Mildred Ann Logan  December 14 2019

Mildred Ann Logan December 14 2019

December 14 2019
Mildred Ann Logan, 92, of Hathaway St., in Fairhaven, died December 14, 2019, at Our Lady’s Haven, in Fairhaven, Massachusetts. She was the widow of Earle N. Logan and daughter of the late Anthony and Adelaide (Daniels) Dutra. Born in New Bedford, she lived in Fairhaven until moving to Newport Beach, California, in 1979, where she lived for 10 years before returning to Fairhaven. She worked at Morse Cutting Tools in New Bedford for 25 years, and Taco Bell Corporate Headquarters in Irvine, California for 10 years. She graduated from New Bedford High School in 1945. She also attended Campbell Secretarial School, Swain School of Design and the Rhode Island School of Design. Survivors include a son, Daniel Logan, of Fairhaven; daughter, Dawn Johnson, and her husband Thomas H. Johnson of Fairhaven; two grandchildren, Bethany Pinard and Thomas L. Johnson of Fairhaven, and four great grandchildren, Nicholas Pinard-Johnson, Nathan Pinard, Collin Johnson and Ava Johnson, all of Fairhaven. Arrangements are by Fairhaven Funeral Home, 117 Main St., Fairhaven, Toggle navigation About Us Locations Contact (800) 259-1893 Search Home Obituaries Grief & Healing Resources Plan Ahead Share a Memory Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Mildred Ann Logan December 14, 2019 Login Print The family of Mildred Ann Logan created this Life Tributes page to make it easy to share your memories. Obituary & Service Mildred Ann Logan, 92, of Hathaway St., in Fairhav… View More Sympathy Cards Customized sympathy cards. Mailed for you. Send a Card Photos & Videos Share and view memories of Mildred … View Photos & Videos Tribute Wall Photos & Videos Obituary & Service + More Information Obituary for Mildred Ann Logan Mildred Ann Logan, 92, of Hathaway St., in Fairhaven, died December 14, 2019, at Our Lady’s Haven, in Fairhaven, Massachusetts. She was the widow of Earle N. Logan and daughter of the late Anthony and Adelaide (Daniels) Dutra. Born in New Bedford, she lived in Fairhaven until moving to Newport Beach, California, in 1979, where she lived for 10 years before returning to Fairhaven. She worked at Morse Cutting Tools in New Bedford for 25 years, and Taco Bell Corporate Headquarters in Irvine, California for 10 years. She graduated from New Bedford High School in 1945. She also attended Campbell Secretarial School, Swain School of Design and the Rhode Island School of Design. Survivors include a son, Daniel Logan, of Fairhaven; daughter, Dawn Johnson, and her husband Thomas H. Johnson of Fairhaven; two grandchildren, Bethany Pinard and Thomas L. Johnson of Fairhaven, and four great grandchildren, Nicholas Pinard-Johnson, Nathan Pinard, Collin Johnson and Ava Johnson, all of Fairhaven. Arrangements are by Fairhaven Funeral Home, 117 Main St., Fairhaven, Follow Us: Facebook © 2019 Hathaway Family Funeral Homes. All Rights Reserved – Made with love by funeralOne.

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death notice Mildred Ann Logan December 14 2019

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  1. So distressed to read today of one of my mother’s dear friends, stunning Mildred with her beautiful legs and amazing knitting skills! She was a wonderful friend to me too, and if there’s a joyous afterlife, she’s there with a long needle under her arm and a smile on her face, radiating love.



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