Donald ‘Don’ Logan

A celebration of life service will held for Hugh Donald "Don" Logan on May 21 at 2 p.m. at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation at 20 Elm St. in Milford.

Donald, 75, passed away peacefully in the company of his family on March 2. He was a devoted father, loving husband, faithful mentor and well-known toy train enthusiast. Born July 27, 1940, in Blue Point, N.Y., he graduated from Adelphi University before moving to West Virginia to work at the National Science Foundation. He then worked as a microwave engineer at hi-tech companies in New England, while living in Amherst. Later in life, he moved to Milford and followed his passion to be a teacher, teaching Physics at ConVal High School in Peterborough.

After retiring, he joined the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, where he served as Vice-Commander of Flotilla 24 based in Saco, Maine. Donald is survived by his wife Barbara; daughters, Suzanne Nadeau (Roger) and Ann Vernon (Rob); her stepchildren, Matthew, Sarah and Andy; stepdaughter, Diana Sweatman (Jonathan); stepson, Ian Coles (Jennifer); grandson, Rius Coles (Brittany Harty); brother, Tom Logan (Irene); nephews, grandnephews and grandnieces.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Lake Sunapee Protective Association: www.lake sunapee.org/donation.