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Terrence Logan of Newton (formerly of Allston), May 29, 2024. Beloved husband of the late Patricia Logan, with whom he was married for 55 years. The son of the late Annie Mercer and the late Loran Logan, and the stepson of the late Edgar Martin, whom he loved as a father.

 

Loving Father of Deborah (Logan) Heffernan and her husband Michael, Kimberly (Logan) Maus and her husband Joe, and the late Sonya (Logan) Murphy and her husband Michael. Cherished Grandfather of Lea (Heffernan) Tyhach and her husband Matthew, Christina Heffernan, Zachary Murphy, Riley Hancock, Maria Maus, Isaiah Maus and the late Bailey Hancock, Brianna Murphy and Ethan Maus. Beloved Great Grandfather of Allison and Emily Tyhach.

 

Dear Brother of Arlene, Edgar Martin and his wife Marilou, Gail Martin, Susan and the late Jean and Frank DeZenzo, and many nieces and nephews.

 

The son in law of the late Antonio and Maria Carmela (Tempesta) Tocci. Dear brother in law of Mario Tocci and his late wife Frances, the late Anthony Tocci and his late wife Dolores, the late Joseph Tocci and his partner Anne Clark, Mary Regan, Lawrence Tocci and his wife Gail, Katherine Tocci and her partner the late Timothy Johnson, Linda Cole and her husband Lynn, Dolores Rufo and her husband Mario, Teresa Cameron and her late husband Sandy. The late Lucia Warde, Laura Carroll.

 

Terrence was an Army Veteran, and was a dedicated Ironworker for Local Union 7, for 62 years, having held many positions in the Union.  He also taught apprentices within his Union. He enjoyed spending time with his family and many friends, and traveling. He was a larger than life personality, and those who knew him loved him. Visiting hours at the Magni FH, 365 Watertown St, Rt. 16, NEWTON, Friday, June 7th, from 4-8PM. Funeral Service, Sat, June 8th at 10:30AM at the Newton Cemetery Chapel, 791 Walnut St, Newton. Burial with Military Honors to follow at the cemetery.  

 

In lieu of flowers, please donate to a Veteran’s Society or Saint Jude’s.   

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