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OBITUARY

Hubert Lyncoln Logan

July 27, 1933August 29, 2020
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Hubert Lyncoln Logan, age 87, of Tamarac, Florida passed away on Saturday, August 29, 2020. Hubert was born July 27, 1933 in Tela, Honduras.

Hubert completed his primary and secondary education in Honduras and played soccer with the local team. As a young man he moved to Tegucigalpa to work with the American government in building the Pan American highway. He left Honduras in 1958 to join his siblings in Brooklyn, New York in pursuit of a better career and life opportunities. While in New York he met and married his first wife Helen (deceased) and raised one daughter Connie and one son Hubert Jr. Hubert Sr. remarried to his lovely wife Patricia and spent the rest of his life with her until his passing.

His career was broad and included working in antique restoration which he loved and then enrolled in the Brooklyn Technical Trade School to pursue a career in electrical trade. Hubert Sr. became a professional electrician and secured a lifelong career with the New York City Transit Authority where he served as a road car inspector. He was passionate about his work and was committed to perfection in every job he completed.

Hubert retired at 59 years of age and relocated with his wife Patricia to Florida in pursuit of sunny warm weather, and a more relaxed lifestyle.

Hubert Sr. was passionate about his heritage as a Honduran and was actively involved in organizing activities, dances, picnics and basement parties that brought the Honduran community together. In Florida, he was instrumental in organizing the "Florida Honduran Reunion Committee" and served actively as the Vice President. He loved to dance and also enjoyed traveling with a passion for exploring the world. He was the ultimate entertainer and enjoyed having friends over for great food and drinks. He was also an active member of the church of the Atonement and lifelong member of the Brotherhood of Saint Andrews.

He is preceded in death by his father, Emanuel, and mother Mary, brothers Jorge, Lester, Vernal, Larry and his sister Lidia. He is survived by his wife Patricia, his three children Connie, Hubert Jr. and Denise, his brothers Emanuel, Richard, sisters Nelly and Lucille and grandkids Damion, Tenee, Robert-Justin, Alexander-Max, Brooke and Jace. He also leaves behind great grandkids Logan, Blaine and Phoenix and a host of cousins, nieces and nephews.

Hubert will be dearly missed.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.forestlawnsouth.com for the Logan family.

Services

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    Saturday, September 19, 2020

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Memories

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Tanya Mackall

September 19, 2020

To The Logan family, Sorry for your loss..
We have met Mr Logan long ago after meeting his daughter Connie.
He was a friendly person and loved company. He will be missed and never forgotten. As he took care of his family, His wife Pat took care of him..
He is no longer suffering 🙏🏾 He is in God’s memory to be resurrected in the New World (John 5:28,29) (Revelation 21:3,4) (Psalms 37:10,11)
Love , Tanya and Anthony Mackall

Kai Logan

September 19, 2020

Sending love and comfort to Aunt Pat! ❤️Prayers for the Logan family. This one hurts but the Logan name will never die! Rest In Peace Uncle Hubert 🤍

Michael Perrin

September 19, 2020

We extend our deepest sympathy to Sister Patricia and family. May his soul rest in peace.

Daphne and Michael.

Debbie Eason

September 19, 2020

Dear Logan Family,

Losing a loved one is very hard. I’m so sorry your family is experiencing this type of pain and sorrow.

As Jesus resurrected Lazarus, we look forward to God’s promise at John 5:28,29..”those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out.”

Until that promise is fulfilled, may fond memories of Mr. Logan stay with you.

Take Care!

Debbie Eason
(Connie’s friend)

Ebony Davis

September 19, 2020

avis thomas

September 19, 2020

Hubert you have been an inspiration to us all I call you mister fix it because you could fix anything that was broken whether electrical or carpentry you were the man. you were put here on earth for a purpose, you did your lot and now God has called you home. Rest well Mr Logan may your Soul rest in peace.

Avis and Carl Thomas

Hubert Logan Jr.

September 18, 2020

To my father Hubert Lyncoln Logan Sr. I will miss you dearly. The teachings from when I was a child always working with you, learning your trade, learning how to work hard be strong and to never give up. When I was young, I thought that you were just tough, but as I grew, I realize that was your way of loving me given me the foundation to survive, to analyze the situation, solve problems and to be strong. You taught me how to be independent. I remember when I had my hip surgery, you went a bought a weight bench with weights and would carry me down the stairs so I would work out with your help of course and would bring me to my bike and would tell me to ride it so I could get my strength back in my legs. Once again, I thought that you were insane, but you showed your love by not letting me give up you were a genius, till this day I don’t give up I don’t think that I ever will.

I know that I appreciate the weekly calls that we had, even if sometimes I didn’t agree with what we were talking about I still valued and appreciate the conversations that we had I learned a lot from the knowledge that you have, your advice, your life experience.

I know that you will have a place in our Lords kingdom, and I know that you are finally at peace from your physical ailments and suffering.

To our God, another one of your children has come back home.

I will always love you; may you finally rest in peace your Son.

Hubert Lyncoln Logan jr.

Fay Walker

September 17, 2020

Dear Hubert,
Winston and I will forever remember the good times we had visiting with you on many a Saturday evenings.
How we laughed and talked about places we have been. Will never forget the trip visiting Cuba it was fun.

But the Lord saw that your work here on earth was done and so he called you home to your heavenly kingdom.

Rest In Peace and Rise In Glory my friend. We will take very good care of Patricia.

We love you but Jesus love you best. Sleep and take your rest.

You will be missed especially for that smile.

Your friends Fay & Winston Walker

Kelly Jaime

September 17, 2020

Uncle Hubert a.k.a "Doc"
You will be greatly missed in the Tejada Family. You were our fathers' life long best friend. On behalf of the late Felipe Tejada , his children wish to express our deepest condolences and sympathies. We know that they both are reunited in another realm- laughing,talking and having "great debates" over the issues of our current times.
Rest in Peace Compadres
Kelly Tejada Jaime and Family

Anna Johnson

September 16, 2020

I count myself privileged to not only have known Mr. Hubert Lyncoln Logan, as a second Dad, because of his personal relationship with my Mother, Rosa Martinez, who passed away some years ago. One of the greatest moments that stand out in my mind, and that I am most fond of, are the many family visits to our house in New York, bringing us gifts, food, and so much laughter. The countless parties in the basement of his house that went on for many years, where we would have so much fun. I can also honestly say that I personally experienced the love of a real Father for me, not only in New York but also here when I moved to Florida. The countless invitations from him and his wife Patricia, to their house for special occasions like Birthdays, Thanksgiving Christmas; and of course, I can never forget the unforgettable Annual Honduran Reunions and Picnics that he enjoyed so much. Dad Logan, I Love you forever! And until we meet again, in another time, another place, keep Dancing, Smiling, and Shining with God, and the Angels in Heaven!

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Biography

On August 29, 2020, Hubert L. Logan Sr. loving husband and father of 3 children passed away at age 87.
Hubert Sr. was born on July 27, 1933 in Tela, Honduras. CA. He completed his primary and secondary education in Honduras and played soccer with the local team. As a young man he moved to Tegucigalpa to work with the American government in building the Pan American highway. He left Honduras in 1958 to join his siblings in Brooklyn, New York in pursuit of a better career and life opportunities. While in New York he married his first wife Helen (deceased) and raised one daughter, Connie and one son Hubert Jr. Hubert Sr. remarried to his lovely wife Patricia and spent the rest of his life with her until his passing.

His career was broad and included working in antique restoration which he loved, and then enrolled in the Brooklyn Technical Trade School to pursue a career in Electrical trades. Hubert Sr. became a professional electrician and secured a lifelong career with the New York City Transit Authority, where he served as a road car inspector. He was passionate about his work and was committed to perfection in every job he completed. He retired at 59 years of age and relocated with his wife Patricia to Florida in pursuit of sunny warm weather, and a more relaxed lifestyle.

Hubert Sr. was passionate about his heritage as a Honduran and was actively involved in organizing activities, dances, picnics and basement parties that brought the Honduran community together. In Florida, he was instrumental in organizing the “Florida Honduran Reunion Committee” and served actively as the Vice president. He loved to dance and also enjoyed traveling with a passion for exploring the world. He was the ultimate entertainer and enjoyed having friends over for great food and drinks. He was also an active member of the Church of the Atonement and a lifelong member of the Brotherhood of Saint Andrews.

He was preceded in death by his father, Emanuel, and his mother, Mary, Brothers Jorge, Lester, Vernal, Larry, and his sister Lidia. He is survived by his wife Patricia, his three children Connie, Hubert Jr. and Denise, his brothers Emanuel, Richard,
sisters Nelly, and Lucille and grandkids Damion, Tenee, Robert-Justin, Alexander-Max, brooke, and Jace. He also leaves behind great-grandkids Logan, Blaine and Phoenix, and a host of cousins, nieces and nephews. A funeral service will be held on Saturday, September 19th, 2020 at 12 noon at Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens, 2401 Davie Road, Plantation, Fl. 33317. (954)361.3316.

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