David Lee Logan has honorably donated his body to advance medical science.
Mr. Logan passed away on July 19, 2023, at the age of 76 in Temple, Texas. Born on July 26, 1946, in San Angelo, Texas, David leaves behind a legacy of hard work and joyful moments.
David's career as a truck driver spanned several decades, during which he traversed countless miles on the open road from the East Coast to the West Coast. He took pride in his work and was known for his unwavering commitment to delivering goods safely and efficiently. David's dedication to his profession earned him the respect of both colleagues and clients alike.
Outside of work, David embraced life with vigor and zest. He had a deep passion for outdoor activities such as hunting and fishing. Many cherished memories were created as David ventured into nature to pursue his love for these pastimes. Additionally, he had an undeniable love for dancing and drag racing - two activities that brought him immense joy.
Graduating from Llano High School was an important milestone in David's life. Shortly after completing his education, he enlisted in the United States Army, where he joined the armory division. The military instilled in him a sense of discipline and further nurtured his strong work ethic.
David will always be remembered for his lighthearted nature and infectious sense of humor. He had a knack for crafting jokes that would bring a smile to anyone's face. Through his wit and laughter, he brightened the lives of those around him. His outgoing personality made it easy for him to connect with people from all walks of life.
In addition to his parents James Vernon Logan and Jewel Leona (Walker) Logan; One son, David Earl Logan Jr.; One daughter, Tina Logan; One brother, James Vernon Logan Jr..
David is survived by his loving family members: one brother Allen Logan and wife Carol; two sisters Patricia Ann Rogers and Wanda Lou Voight. They will forever hold their memories with him close to their hearts.
David Lee Logan's passing leaves behind a void in the lives of those who knew him. However, his spirit will continue to live on through the memories and experiences he shared with family and friends. He will forever be remembered as a dedicated, outgoing, and diligent individual who brought joy to all who had the pleasure of knowing him.
May David's soul find eternal peace, and may his loved ones find solace in the memories they shared together.
In Lieu of flowers please make a donation to VFW Post # 1820 diaster fund to help other veterans.
Arrangements are under the direction of Sabrina N. Young, at Young's Daughters Funeral Home and Bereavement Center.