Julie Logan
(1947 - 2016)

Profile:
Julie Logan

Birth:
March 11, 1947

Passing:
May 20, 2016


Guest Book
For my generous and glamorous auntie Julie! Over the last few weeks I have been remembering so many amazing memories, all have made me smile ... the Christmases we shared were always the best, table presents will always remind me of you, the silly games we used to play, Ferrero roches & stumas, you playing the guitar with your feet always made me laugh so much!! I remember so vividly standing in your kitchen at hollybush hill and you and mum telling me and max that we were going to Disney for Christmas because we passed our swimming test. One of my favourite Julie memories is when you took me and max out for the day and we were having lunch at Fat Sams diner and I had his huge milkshake that I accidentally spilled all down me (I have a vague memory that it was Max's fault :-)) and you took me straight to the gap to get an entire new outfit - I remember being so happy and thinking it was so cool that I had a new outfit from the gap. You were the best auntie to me and I will miss you so much! You are now in a better place and I know that you are somewhere laughing your Julie laugh having a great time. All my love until I see you again - your niece Charlotte xxx
Charlotte (niece )
June 23rd, 2016
My wonderful auntie Julie, how we all miss you so deeply. We've all had time to reflect over the past weeks and I have an abundance of memories that I will cherish forever. Your sense of mischief and fun, always laughing, joking and teasing me, Hannah and Charlotte. The wonderful holidays we all enjoyed together, your huge generosity to us all with surprise gifts when we were burgled and taking me shopping and helping me purchase the most spectacular luminous pink outfit much to mum's horror! I remember our road trip to visit Hallie at university, just the 2 of us laughing all the way and me listening to your incredible stories. The list is endless and so is our love for you. We will forever remember and I know you're now making yourself busy up there with nan. Until we see you again. Love you xxx
Sarah Yeomans (Niece)
June 22nd, 2016
“There is going to be a resurrection......” (Acts 24:15) The pain, the grief, and the feelings of helplessness can seem unbearable. May Jehovah the God of all comfort comfort the Logan family.You are in my prayers.
Marc Knight
June 20th, 2016
I will always remember Julie as one of the most big-hearted, beautiful
people I ever had the privilege to meet.
Tony Parsons
June 18th, 2016
Julie was one of the kindest, loveliest people. She had an infectious sense of humour and was particularly brilliant with people whom others overlooked - she always managed to get Mark laughing and Justin really loved seeing her. She was a great foil for you and I always felt you managed somehow to both anchor and inspire each other in the best way.

(From letter to Nick)
Charles & Caroline Humphries (Friends)
June 18th, 2016
Auntie Julie, I have looked through so many family photos in the last few days and what strikes me the most is just how much fun we had with you and in so many lovely places! Your eyes twinkle and you are always laughing and are the life and soul of the party. You are generous, kind, glamorous, fun, strong and also cheeky! You liked to tease me but always in a loving way and that has definitely rubbed off on me! You were my inspiration growing up - so stylish and a whirlwind of excitement. I loved those days when I could stay home from school and stay at your house helping stuff envelopes with The Face. I loved all the silliness - I miss all those times. Give Nan a kiss from me X
Hannah Yeomans (Niece)
June 15th, 2016
Julie was our friend and more,for a period of over fifty years
Our families grew up together, in that time we saw highs and lows.
Throughout this period Julie was the foundation of her whole family and in many cases her friends.
She was bright, solid and fun with a passion for life.
She was also positive,convicted and supportive but most of all loved

Julie we thank you for our friendship,and go in peace with the knowledge that you were loved.

Alan. Chrissie. Justin
Alan/Chrissie/Justin Simmons (Friends and more)
June 12th, 2016
In my memory of Julie ' She's is Gone'

You can shed tears that she is gone,
or you can smile because she has lived.
You can close your eyes and pray that she'll come back,
or you can open your eyes and see all she's left.
Your heart can be empty because you can't see her,
or you can be full of the love you shared.
You can turn your back on tomorrow and live yesterday,
or you can cherish her memory and let it live on.
You can cry and close your mind, be empty and turn your back
or you can do what she'd want:
smile, open your eyes, love and go on.

Julie you will never be forgotten,
Rest in peace, all my love. Chrissie
Chrissie Simmons (Good friend)
June 12th, 2016
I know I speak for everyone at The Face when I say that Julie was much loved by the team, and we will all cherish our memories of her. - Charles xx

(Excerpt from letter to Nick and family)
Charles Gant
June 11th, 2016
I have really fond memories of Julie - how smart and funny and kind she was. I always remember our trip to New York for the Face party and what a great time we had. I have a lovely photo of Julie and me at the top of the Empire State Building. Just wanted to send lots of love and say how sorry I am - Lesley x

(excerpt from Lesley's letter to Nick)
Lesley White
June 11th, 2016
Julie, you will be sorely missed. You were such a live wire in your day and always made us feel welcome. I will never forget the times we visited your house and enjoyed your hospitality. With love, Alex xx
Alex Hillier (Nephew)
June 10th, 2016
Julie, I remember you as someone who radiated energy, humour and goodwill to people, so much so that people could sort of physically feel your presence in a room when you came in. You used to make me laugh a lot, and I have lots of fond and very specific memories of sneaking into your office at the other end of the building to mine and talking to you - I always enjoyed it, and it always helped. You and your family had a big effect on me, one that I've only really appreciated as I got older, and I wish now that I had told you in person. There was one particular bit of no-nonsense advice you gave me in 1999 that I will never forget, and that made a big difference to me afterwards. I'll always be grateful for that. You were an exciting person to know, and you made people feel loved for who they were, and you must have been a truly wonderful wife and mum, because you were certainly an amazing boss. With love to you, Nick, Christian, Hallie and Max, Richard x
Richard Benson (Friend)
June 10th, 2016
Sharing some memories of Julie. One of my favourite is when I was 15 and Julie and I used to go to the Tottenham Royal on a Monday and Thursday night dancing to the best Soul and Motown records. We perfected our jive at home in the bedroom before dancing together at the Royal . The best dancers there were Cyril and Tex and if they asked you to dance you were the coolest girls in the room.
A recent memory is holding Julie's hand and listening to great music together.
Rest in peace my lovely sister much love Jan xx
Janet Yeomans (Sister)
June 10th, 2016
Darling Julie,
Forever love. Leon. Xxxx
Leon Fancetti (Friend )
June 9th, 2016
We will never forget a beautiful woman, loving wife, and devoted mother. She brightened the lives of all who knew her, until cruel and remorseless disease ended a battle so bravely fought. We remember too the devotion of Nick, Christian, Hallie,and Max. Nobody could have done more than they in the most difficult of circumstances. May her dear soul rest in peace.
Melvyn & Doreen Conroy (Friends)
June 9th, 2016
Julie - you really were my inspiration, I just loved being with you!
I've got so many wonderful memories. In 1973 I travelled down to London from Huntingdon on the coach to go on holiday with you, Nick, Christian and Hallie. We drove down to Watergate Bay in Cornwall, long before Jamie discovered it! You were wearing one of your Biba dresses and clogs. At 13 I remember thinking I have the coolest sister ever! We spent the whole week singing and dancing to Steely Dan's Can't Buy A Thrill!
More recently (3 years ago) there we were singing and dancing the night away to Bryan Ferry in Cambridge.
Rest in peace, Julie. Endless love, Bev xxxxxxx
Bev Soutar (Sister)
June 8th, 2016
Julie, always fun to be with , a good friend,generous, and much missed !, RIP

Adrian
adrian austin (Friend)
June 8th, 2016
To my Auntie Julie. So many lovely memories that I will cherish, one of my earliest memories ever is receiving a red money safe with 24 pound coins inside as a Christmas present from you and Nick. I felt like I'd won the lottery, and still have the safe today, 21 years on. It was always so lovely seeing you in Portugal and South Woodford. You'll be missed terribly by the whole family, rest in peace. Lots of love, Alfie xxx
Alfie Soutar (Nephew)
June 8th, 2016
To my lovely, generous, fun-loving sister Julie. I looked up to you so much when I was a young teen living in the country, I remember staying with you in London during the school holidays when you took me on shopping trips to Walthamstow market, we made toffee apples and listened to 70's pop music. I have so many fond memories and miss you dearly.
Give Mum and Dad big big hugs, we love and miss you all so much.
Pauline Endean (Sister)
June 8th, 2016
Growing up as kids together was wonderful even though it was a struggle,especially living in Star Street which brings back so many happy memories. Mum always made sure that we were properly turned out and had good manners and I'm sure your together now and always. Sleep tight, all our love x
Robert Hillier (Brother)
June 8th, 2016
We didn't see you enough growing up but always looked forward to seeing you as you made us so welcome and always made sure we had fun. A beautiful woman and a great Aunt. Take Care Julie xxxx
Daniel Hillier
June 8th, 2016
To my lovely big sister Julie. You were always so generous and giving. I miss you every day but I am glad you are now back with our mum who is looking after you once more. I will see you again one day . Much love Janet xx
Janet Yeomans (Sister)
June 7th, 2016
You are my inspiration. Thank you mum for so many beautiful memories. In your memory we will win the fight against dementia. I miss you terribly. x
Maxwell Logan (Son)
June 7th, 2016
My darling Julie; for 50 years my soulmate. We went through so much together, through adversity and joy. It's the happy times, the fun we had, our achievements, the way we brought up our children that will endure. My love for always xxx
Nick Logan (Husband)
June 7th, 2016
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"Remembering Julie I'll be your memory I said Now your memory is all I have -Nick xxx"
Nick Logan
October 26th, 2016
"Dearest Julie ... The Angel you and nick bought me for my 18th birthday is one of my favourite gives and she sits on top of my Christmas tree every year and I will always think of you when I place her there! You are now my angel in the sky xxx"
Charlotte Yeomans
June 23rd, 2016

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