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Fred Wesley Logue

13 April , 19395 November , 2019

Fred Wesley Logue, Jr., 80, of Virginia Beach, Virginia passed away peacefully on November 5, 2019.

He was born in Cheswick, Pennsylvania on April 13, 1939, the son of Fred and Ethel Logue. He is preceded in death by his parents and great-granddaughter, Mila Brooklyn Perme. Left to cherish his memory is his wife of 59 years, Judith R. Logue ; Son, Fred W. Logue III (Carol); daughters, Judith L. Wood (Chris), Susan M. Sprouse (Ken), and Sharon M. Plachinski (Mike), 9 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren.

Fred retired from the United States Navy as a Master Chief Petty Officer after 20 years of service. He was a fire control technician with both the Navy and Raytheon Service Company. A devoted father and husband, Fred enjoyed spending time with his loved ones. He also enjoyed hanging out in his garage trying to stay out of trouble with his wife, tinkering and sipping on a little Jim Beam now and then. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to any veteran’s organization.


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Norman Oglesby

8 November 2019

I had the honor of meeting Susan’s father, as I knew him in the beginning, the loving protective father, as I was seeing his daughter,,,, Susan, and I’m sure she was the apple of his eye, as all of his children,,,
To surmise , I will say, he was never ever disrespectful to me. Even though I’m sure I had it coming, as a young man , without no respect for anything,
It was much later in life, I went by his house, after 20 plus years, he was still there, wow I said to myself,, I approached him, and introduced myself, and apologized for Being such a youthful jerk, he was then, as he was many years earlier, respectful, and kind to me,
He was genuinely a great man, to me it made quite an impression,,. And it has stuck with me all these years. I am friends with Susan to this day, she is also, her fathers girl, she has the same love, and respect as her father, and not to take away from her mother, she is also a wonderful person, but this is about Mr. logue, ( Fred ) this is his time,,, thank you for just being you, you will be remembered by so many, and loved eternally,,, god bless you.

Amber Foster

7 November 2019

I’m so sorry to hear of his passing! Growing up he treated me as a 4th daughter... I have very fond memories of countless (hundreds of) nights spent at the Logue house. My fav memory was the day he said he couldn’t call me Little Miss Amber anymore because I had grown up and was now Big little miss Amber 😂
Thinking of all of you at this difficult time!

Sandy Logue-Jeffries

7 November 2019

I'm sure going to miss my cousin and friend. I have a ton of memories of us spending time together at our Grandparent's home in PA. Rest in Peace Dear Freddie.

Lorie Hawthorne

7 November 2019

Aunt Judy, Freddy, Sis, Susie, and Sherry, I am so sorry to hear of Uncle Freds passing. He was always our Nice Uncle and I will always remember him that way. You are all in my thoughts. Lorie

shawn Berry

7 November 2019

I loved uncle Fred he taught me how to do body work on my car cause all I did was wreck them back then 16 17 LOL . When we almost finished the camero YEP I blew the motor !!! SHOCKER right ? NOT IF YOU KNEW ME! love ya'll see you soon.

Denise. chub Hickin

6 November 2019

Aunt Judy Iwas sorry to hear about uncle Fred. I remember the good times we had as kids when you visited.