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Lindsay A Logue
March 25, 1934 ~ December 14, 2023 (age 89) 89 Years Old
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Lindsay Arthur Logue passed away peacefully on December 14, 2024, after a short illness. Born March 25th, 1934 in Manchester, England, Lindsay lived a rich and fruitful life.
In his youth, he was evacuated as a child from Manchester to avoid the Nazi bombing of World War II and was a rugby union player for Broughton Park FC. He was also a scholar having a master’s degree in chemistry from Salford University in Manchester. In pursuit of professional success, he moved his family to the US and lead the expansion of the second largest UK Chemical Company into that market, and eventually started his own business in 1986.
Lindsay loved to travel the world for both business and pleasure. He flew close to 4 million miles and literally had the private e mail address of the CEO of United Airlines.
Lindsay is survived by his wife of almost 23 years Josephine. His first wife, mother of his sons, Sally Logue passed away in 1990. His children, in laws and grandchildren brought him joy and enriched his life with their activities, of which he boasted their accomplishments with much pride to his friends.
He is also survived by his eldest son Benjamin, his wife Lisa and grandchildren, Andrew, Simon and Sally. As well as John Logue, his wife Megan and their sons William and Matthew. Also, stepson Rick Makoujy, his wife Jacquie, and grandsons Aristotle and Sloan as well as stepdaughter, Caroline Kusnetz, her husband Neal and grandchildren Lila and Bodhi.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Alzheimer’s Association or The Dementia Society, information below as well as the schedule for his celebration of life.