Logan was born in Hastings Nebraska on March 31, 1914. He was next to the oldest of 9 children raised by Robert & Vera Garrison. He spent his first 8 years of schooling at a country school in Juanita Nebraska and graduated from Hastings High School in 1931. He played basketball and was on the track team that won Hastings's High School its 1st state championship
After graduation he served his apprenticeship in auto mechanics, getting his mechanics license in 1933. He moved to Grand Island Nebraska in 1933, going to work for Central Chevrolet. It was there that he met the love of his life Thelma Willoughby, a beauty operator. They were married on March 14, 1937.
Shortly after they were married they moved to Worland Wyoming where Logan accepted a job as Shop Foreman for Big Horn Chevrolet. He often said the 5 years they spent in Wyoming was the best 5 years of his life. Good hunting and fishing which they both loved.
In 1942 with the outbreak of WWII they moved to Renton, Washington where Logan went to work for Boeing Company at plant 2 in the Machine Assembly Shop making parts for the B-17 Bomber. After 2 years in the production shop he transferred into the Facilities Department as a supervisor in the Automotive Shop. He spent the balance of his 34 years with Boeing in the Facilities Department, retiring in 1976 as operations Manager in the Commercial Airplane Division.
After retirement Logan and Thelma spent their summer at their home in Monterey Terrace in Renton, gardening and managing their thoroughbred horse business. They spent the winters in California, Arizona, Mexico and Hawaii. Logan raced horses at Yakima, Longacres, Emerald Down and California.
He had one son, Terry who was raised and went thru school in Renton and graduated from W.S.U. in 1967.
When Thelma passed away in 1996 Logan sold his home in Renton and moved to Savario Farm in Enumclaw where he spent the rest of his life helping Terry and his wife Diane with their horses.
On January 21, 2013 Logan passed away peacefully in his home with his granddaughter Tina and caregiver Alice holding his hands. He will be sorely missed by all. Donations may be made to Fransican Hospice in his behalf.