Robert “Murray” Logue

Robert Murray Logue passed into the presence of his Lord on his 87th birthday, April 20, 2018 in North Vancouver B.C. He is survived by his loving family, wife Lois, 3 sons Randy (Marilyn) Glen Ewen, Sask Rick (Sharon) Calgary, Alberta and Tim (Peggy) Maple Ridge, B.C, 1 daughter Denise (Lloyd) Bigelow Calgary Alberta; 10 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren; 1 brother Sam (Betty) Langley, B.C.; 1 sister Alice Hultman from Tacoma, Washington; 1 sister-in-law May Logue from Calgary, Alberta, as well as numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and many friends. He was predeceased by his son Vern in 1979 and by his first wife Joyce in 1985.

Funeral Service will be held at 2:00PM at his families funeral home, Garden Hill Funeral Chapel, 11765-224th Street, Maple Ridge, B.C, Friday April 27th at 2:00 PM. Donations to North Shore Hospice Society would be appreciated.

To view the livestream of Murray Logue’s service on Friday, April 27th, 2018 at 2:00pm PST click the link below.
http://www.livememorialservices.com/Home/ServiceDetail/5638

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  1. Helen Griffin :

    Such a wonderful, godly brother. He will be missed here in El Salvador by us all but especially by Jhony.
    May the God of all comfort be your portion Lois and family.
    With His Father!

  2. Ralston & Rhoda Atkinson :

    We have many fond memories of Murray as we got to know him when he lived in North Vancouver. Our sympathy goes out to you all at this time.
    Ralston and Rhoda Atkinson

  3. Catherine & Lorne Reisler :

    So sorry for your family’s loss,
    Lorne & Catherine Reisler

  4. John and Sharon Hackett :

    Dear Lois, Randy ,Rick,Tim and Denise and families,
    We are so sorry for your loss of Murray.
    We enjoyed many wonderful visits with him when he would come to Milton.
    We enjoyed his stories and he will be remembered by us as a gentleman and
    a godly brother.
    May God keep you, comfort and strengthen you at this time.
    It is wonderful to know we shall see him again.
    John and Sharon Hackett

  5. Paul and Barbara Thiessen :

    Over the last thirty years we have come to know the Logue family as good friends. We are thankful for Murray and Lois’ friendship and example. Our children affectionately remember Uncle Logue and Auntie Lolo. May you know the comfort that underneath are the everlasting arms.

  6. Susan, Larry and Nick Courchesne :

    Our deepest sympathies to the Logue and Bigelow families. Our hearts go out to you at this difficult time.

    Susan, Larry and Nick Courchesne

  7. Melody Haveman :

    May the family know God’s comfort with you all. I remember many good times with Murray, and Lois. Murray opened up his home, with Lois. I remember Sunday evening teas when they invited many to there home.

    Hugs to you all.
    Melody (Moule) Haveman

  8. Scott Pedersen :

    Many fond memories of visiting with Murray and his cars! I will never forget that he drove me in his limosine to my grad! I will miss him! Sending my condolences!

  9. Rob and Dorie Lyn Griffin :

    Ohhhhhhhhhhh……precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His saint…..he and I were such good friends…..love you uncle Murray….so many many good good memories….Randy and Marilyn, Rick and Sharon, Tim and Peggy, and Lloyd and Denise….you are in our heart….isn’t heaven near?….and such rejoicing….He has just begun to LIVE!! XOXO XOXO XOXO XOXO
    He will be missed, and lovingly and laughingly spoken of, and oh sooo fondly remembered…..

  10. Dana Starratt :

    We are so sorry we put off coming to see “Uncle Murray”. Next time we meet will be in Eternity. Our love and prayers to “Aunt Lois”.
    Dana, Breehan, Wyatt, Emmie and Maggie.

  11. Danial Mason :

    May the God of all comfort be your portion at this time.

  12. Edward & Aligda Thomson :

    Our sincere condolences to the family. We got to know Murray only since 14 years ago when we moved to Canada (although my parents knew him a lot longer). We appreciated his warmth and friendliness. We also remember him as “the man of the antique cars”.
    He drove our niece Rosdily and her husband Brian after their wedding, in one of his Rolls Royces. Very kind of him!

  13. William & Ethna Skates :

    Sincere sympathy to Lois and all the family of Murray. Our fondest memory of him is from the time we moved to Wisconsin from Vancouver BC. Ethna was down with flu and Murray volunteered to drive the U-Haul truck with our belongings through the snow covered mountain passes, as far as Billings Montana, while I drove our family vehicle. Our children were very young, and Murray entertained us all by singing hymns and choruses over the CB radio. From Billings he took the Greyhound back to Vancouver. We shall meet again – in the sweet bye and bye – then our singing will never end.

  14. Sylvia McNutt :

    Dear Lois and family. We considered it a great privilege to have met Murray and visited you folks in your home. If we were still in BC we would certainly attend his funeral. Love and prayers, Sylvia and Terry McNutt

  15. Phyllis E. Morrow :

    My sincere sympathy, thoughts & prayers to all families of Murray. Cherish all your memories!

  16. Phyl & Noel Jenkins :

    Farewell Dear Murray…..a kind and gentle man, a talented man, a devout man, a dear friend, and a wonderful neighbour for 17 years.
    We will miss you at our coffee breaks; we will miss you in the lane as you worked in your open garage on your Rolls Royce……..as will so many other inquisitive passers-by.
    We will simply miss, just having you on the other side of the wall.
    With our sincere condolences to Dear Lois, and to all the Family.

    Rest in Peace Dear Murray,
    Phyl & Noel

  17. Geoff & Heather Seale :

    Thinking if you all at this time. Our sincere sympathies.
    Geoff & Heather Seale

  18. Debbie Junker :

    Sorry for your loss. We know he is with our Lord, “home”.
    Prayers

  19. Elton and Ruth Fairfield :

    Dear Lois and family,
    Our sincere sympathies on the passing of dear Murray. A multitude of memories flood our minds as we recall a man of great kindness. His tireless labours for the assembly and those that he knew and loved have been recorded on high. It was a privilege to be with him in the assembly in North Vancouver; his words of encouragement and counsel kept a young man steady. He drove us in his navy Daimler on our wedding day with his cap and all!
    We salute his memory.
    Love Elton and Ruth Fairfield

  20. Dear Murray Logue will be missed for more than just his seat being empty but because he gave so much when ever he came into contact with others. I apprieciated his company and his encouragement. Once at a conferance in Squamish, BC he spoke about the seven golden candlesticks in the book of the Revelation chapter one. And he spoke about investing. He said if you want to go for something that will have ETERNAL dividends go in for the gold. The gold which is of God in the seven golden candlesticks. Christ loved the church and gave Himself for it and we should do none the less. Go for the gold of building up the assembly and you will not be disappointed.
    I can still hear him sing #331 in the BHB…. With steady pace the pilgrim moves, Toward the blissful shore, And sings with cheerful heart and voice, “‘Tis better on before.”
    He has entered into his rest, condolences to his dear wide Lois and the family.

  21. We are sorry that Murray is not with us anymore. We didn’t see him often but when we did either at the North Van Hall or some other meeting he always impressed us with a contented, happy smile that characterizes someone enjoying God’s goodness to him. Someone who really shows the joy of knowing the Lord is an example to us all. He is missed. May you know the God of all comfort.

  22. Allan Fitzpatrick :

    So sorry to hear of your loss. Many fine memories. Camping in his yard , advise he gave and many meals with him. He was a great man.

  23. Lawrence Hanna :

    Our sympathies to all the family on the passing of such a kind and wonderful man. His warm personality always made you feel special. Our prayers are that The Lord will give you much strength and courage in the coming days and weeks ahead.
    Deepest Christian Sympathy
    Lawrence & Darlene Hanna

  24. Auntie Daryl :

    Dear Lois, and my Dear Logue Family, I was shocked to hear of the soon passing of Murray last week, although we knew it was imminent. It has brought back so clearly the “good old days” when your Mom and Dad, and Allan and I were in Winnipeg, and special friends. Grandma Mabel Macfarlane used to say, “One by one they go”, and being the only one left of the four has brought it painfully home. My love to each of you, and especially to Lois, who will miss him most, I know. “O the joy, the wond’rous singing when we see Thee as Thou art; Thy blest Name, Lord Jesus, bringing sweetest music to God’s heart. Notes of gladness, songs increasing, Hymns of everlasting praise, Psalms of glory, joy increasing through God’s endless day of days.”

  25. Robin Heppell :

    Tim, Peggy, Nathan, Nolan, Nick and families,

    I’m sorry to hear of the passing of your Dad and Grandpa. I’m sorry that I never had the opportunity and honour to meet him. Our thoughts and prayers are with you as you remember and celebrate his life and the legacy that he has left for his future generations.

    Rob, Cindy, Haleigh and Noah Heppell

  26. Renee Taylor :

    Our deepest condolences to you all. Our hearts are with you.
    Diane, Joan, Renee & all the staff at the Maple Ridge Funeral Chapel.

  27. I So sorry to hear about Murray. I met Murray through Noel. I used to pop into his garage when he was working on his many ROLLS cars. We had a mutual love for classic cars. We discussed many cars & I loved listening to his many car stories. We also spoke about life & it’s purpose. I shall miss him dearly. Stan Harris

  28. Dear Lois,
    Our hearts and prayers are with you. Uncle Murray ( Honourary “Grandpa”!!) will always hold a dear spot in our hearts. We have so many wonderful memories….
    Love,
    Ian, Sheelah, Noah and Nicole

  29. Alexandra Artunduaga :

    We were very sad to hear of Mr. Murray’s passing. We were very firtunate to have him as our neighbour. I will never forget seeing him so busy in his garage, fixing up antique cars. It was fascinating to have a neighbour with such a passion! There will never be any one like him. He was the true sample of a passionate mechanic, someone who spent his hours productively doing what he loved, so admirable!! Thank you so much for Sharing wonderful moments, for showing the kids your photos, your tools, your home. We have very fond and nice memories of your smile, your nice suits when you went to church, your hard working and your faith. May you rest in peace and may God give Lois the strength to continue this journey with the company of your spirit. Our deepest condolences from Madrid, Spain: Robert, Alexandra, Anna-Sophia and Sebastiaan Heijse and from your next door neighbours: Rodrigo, Lydia and Lissa Artunduaga

  30. Mary Ellen And Larry Benjamin :

    Our sincere condolences. I always enjoyed a visit with your Dad in my Post Office when he came to visit you.

  31. Dr Mike Marshall :

    My great sympathy to Lois and family. It was my great pleasure to be Murray’s family doctor for many years until my retirement 3 years ago, and it was an honour to help him. He was the true definition of “gentle-man”, and I enjoyed my time as his health advisor. I feel I am a better person for knowing him.

  32. Phil and Marie Broadhead :

    Our heartfelt sympathy to you, Lois, and to Randy, Rick, Tim and Denise and your families. What better gift for Murray than to arrive HOME on his birthday! When we all gather there with him, with the Lord in the midst, what a gathering that will be.
    We are richer for having known him and to have enjoyed your hospitality many times. We cherish his memory in so many ways, and trust the Lord will give comfort in your sorrow.

  33. Being reminded of our mortality, but also that a brighter hope beckons to be with the Lord in Heaven for Eternity. Lois, Randy, Rick, Tim and Denise, the day is not far away when that great reunion will take place. You are in my thoughts. Murray’s mom was a regular in our home back in Manitoba along with his sister, Mary Tilley. Murray inherited his approach to life from his mother, “Aunt Madelaine”.
    Mom (Yvonne Copp) would be most sympathetic if she were not overtaken with Alzeihmer’s so please accept further heartfelt condolences on her behalf.

  34. Darcy & Wilf Jacobson :

    Tim,Peggy and family. Two very tough losses in such a short time. Our hearts go out to you. Love Darcy and Wilf

  35. Jean Fitzpatrick :

    I was very sorry to hear of Murray’s passing. He will certainly be missed. I enjoyed his visits and his friendly interest in my welfare. I very much enjoyed the service and appreciate being able to watch the funeral today. Much sympathy.
    Jean F and family

  36. Ruth & Cyril Muir :

    Memories flood in of Murray when he lived at Glen Ewen,& when they came to visit after he moved to the coast .He had a smiling countenance, & a big singing voice. We remember their hospitality (like corn roasts !), & watching the family grow up. He will be missed. Txhe Lord makes lives great, & gives us an eternal inheritance! Praying for Lois & the family.

  37. Jolene Wilson :

    Dear Tim, Peggy, Nathan, Nolan, Nick and families,
    May God comfort you and your families during this time. We’ll be praying for you, our deepest sympathies are with you. You will certainly miss your Dad, Grandpa so much!
    Blair and Jolene Wilson and family

  38. Maureen Byrne :

    Dearest Tim and Peg and Logue Family.

    I have been sending thoughts and prayers to you all this week. I hope you have been feeling the love from your family the desert.

    Much love to you.

    Maureen

  39. Kevin and Joanne Klein :

    To all of you, we send our sympathy and love with fond memories of your Dad!
    Everytime we would see him, he would ask ‘how are you doing’ with that huge smile (literally from one side to the other kind) He always asked about my folks from ‘back home’. Loved his many stories from when I visited the girls in North Vancouver and how Murray and Joyce both came to my rescue when I had a vehicle accident in Surrey. They came immediately and took me out for breakfast and ‘gave’ me permission to miss school that day. It meant so much that they truly cared how I was. That is many years ago, but always loved to see him and get a smile, loved him.

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