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Roger Edward Logar

May 11th, 1948 - May 28th, 2020

Roger Edward Logar, 72, of Boise, passed away Thursday, May 28, 2020 at his home. Roger was born on May 11, 1948 in Brooklyn, New York to parents Ernest Prospero Logar and Victoria Ann Marinelli. Roger Spent his youth in Brooklyn, graduating from Walt Whitman High School. He then went on to graduate with a BS in Metallurgical Engineering from Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute. On November 20, 1970, Roger married LauraAnne Cox in Stony Brook, New York. Roger’s career took him may places throughout his life. Living in Long Island, Bath PA., San Jose, CA., Morgan Hill, CA., Sacramento CA., and finally Middleton ID., where he lived the remainder of his life. Roger is Survived by his wife LauraAnne; daughter Tasha (Nick) Jones; grandchildren: Colin Jones, Wesley Jones, Parker Jones, Jace Slack, Ryen Slack, and Issac Jones; sisters: Linda Ann Logar Grayless and Denise Marie Logar Hansen. A viewing and visitation will be held from 11:30 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Cornell Building in Middleton, Idaho on Friday, June 5, 2020 with a funeral service at 1:00 P.M. and a graveside service to follow at 2:30 P.M. at Dry Creek Cemetery. Due to CVID-19, we are limited to 50 people at a time. The viewing will be staggered to comply with current policies. The Chapel service will be by invitation only and overflow to be hosted at the Logar residence with live streaming of the service. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Roger’s name to the Lung Cancer Foundation of America.

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With too much time on my hands, I was looking up the names of childhood friends; Roger was one of them. I lived on Lawrence Street in West Hempstead. Roger lived just down the block from me, same side. We hung out quite a bit. We were good friends. There was an incident in our young lives that I ... we would never forget. It must have been around 1960, and as I remember, we were about twelve years old. We were hanging out together at some platform of a train station. I don't remember what we were doing there. While we were walking along, three guys of high school age approached us and took hold of our arms. They told us that they were Junior railroad police. They dragged us over to a stairwell that led down from the platform and we got mugged. I'll never forget that day. I'm sure that Roger didn't either. We don't have any choice of what memories we carry throughout our lives. I just wanted to share this one with you. He will always be remembered. Paul

Published March 30th, 2024

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