Logan M. Gill

November 28, 1951 - February 23, 2017
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Logan Gill, 65, of Friendswood, passed away on the morning of Thursday, February 23, 2017 at Memorial Herman Hospital. He was born in Houston, Texas on November 28,1951, to his parents Gerome and Willfried Gill who preceded him in death.

He is survived by his wife of 44 years, Guadalupe Gill, son David Gill and wife Eli, sister Sari Gill, brother Jere Gill and wife Linda, granddaughter Marissa Gill, his little boy Mason Leal, and numerous relatives and friends.

Logan was a very devoted husband, father, grandfather, and son- in- law. He loved life and a good joke. He appreciated the taste of all foods and cultures.

Logan worked at Trans Tec Machine for 42 years and was a very hard worker and devoted employee who was loved by all of his co-workers.

He was an avid hunter and fisherman. He enjoyed many hobbies and a man of many trades. He liked working with wood, and made leather items that he shared with family and friends. He was a man of many talents who will be GREATLY MISSED!

Logan’s family will receive visitors from 12:30 until 2:30 pm, Friday, March 3, 2017, at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 11100 Highway 6, Santa Fe, TX 77510. A graveside service will begin at 2:45 pm at Galveston Memorial Park, 7301 Memorial Drive, Hitchcock, TX 77563.

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Visitation Information

Date: Friday, March 3, 2017

Time: 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Knights of Columbus Hall

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11100 Highway 6
Santa Fe, TX 77510

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Service Information

Date: Friday, March 3, 2017

Time: 2:45 pm -

Galveston Memorial Park

Address:

7301 Memorial Drive
Hitchcock, TX 77563

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Cemetery Information

Date: Friday, March 3, 2017

Time: 2:45 pm -

Galveston Memorial Park

Address:

7301 Memorial Drive
Hitchcock, TX 77563

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Born: November 28, 1951
 
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Died: February 23, 2017

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Jean Clark Stainless & Alloy Processors, Inc. posted on3/29/17

I will miss our conversations when you called in your pick ups. Your silly emails will not be entertaining anyone again. Glad your suffering is over but it is sad to know a good man will be missing in this world. Condolences to your family during this time. Be at peace my friend.

 

Ruben Leal posted on3/3/17

Love You Brother! Tell your Mom and Dad I said hello.

 

Tony O'Connor posted on3/2/17

I first met Logan on my first day of work at Trans Tec in 2000. My family and I moved from Souh Carolina to the big city of Houston, Tx. God put Logan there to make my transition to big city life a whole lot easier. Over the next 14 years that I worked there he was my boss, mentor, and most of all my friend. Heaven will be a much better place with Logan there! Even after my family and I moved from Houston, Logan kept in touch with me. Checking to make sure my family and I were okay after a big storm came through North Carolina where we live now. Rest in peace Logan and know that you and your family will always be in our prayers.

 

Jack & Joy Lucas posted on3/2/17

I was fortunate in having the opportunity to say good bye to my friend. Thank you David!

 

Linda Gill posted on3/1/17

I saw the strength of character that Logan had when his family and friends came together to say good bye. His primary focus was those around him, worrying about his family and friends. I could only sat back and admire his strength and courage. I am thankful that you are at peace. May your family and friends draw from your courage and stand strong.

 

Elsa Martinez posted on3/1/17

I thank God for the privilege and great honor to have worked with "L" (txt name) Logan Gill for 17 yrs. at Trans-Tec Machine. Indeed he had a heart of pure gold. Logan liked to surprise me @ lunch time; he seemed to know all the names of every dish I would bring. I was so surprised until he told me he was married to a Hispanic lady: Lupe. Lupe whom from day one told him that one day they would get married. Lupe knew from the start Logan was one in a million. L, your just one step ahead of all of us one day God will unite us again. Our sincere prayers to the Gill family.

 

Rose Gonzaga posted on3/1/17

Dear Lupe, Our deepest and utmost sympathy on your loss. I offered my mass for Logan. He is now in the best of hands. Our loving Lord is taking care of him now. May God in His loving wisdom look after you and your family. God bless... Ted and Rose Gonzaga (Rose's friend)

 

Kim Overall posted on3/1/17

Logan, Thank you for all the great memories and friendship! You touched so many people's lives with your Godly heart. That is a great way to live my friend.

 

Kathy Rhoden posted on3/1/17

Lupe, I am so sorry to hear about Logan. I know he will be missed by all who knew and loved him. I pray God will comfort you and give you strength during this difficult time.

 

Jennifer Haught posted on2/28/17

I am glad I had the pleasure of meeting your Dad last year, such a sweet man!! May he RIP!! Praying for all of y'all during this difficult time!!

 

David Dennison posted on2/28/17

May God give peace to the Gill family in these sad days. I pray his family can rejoice in knowing that Logan is resting now without pain, and that you can celebrate knowing how many lives he touched here on earth. He is most likely asking God already what he can do in Heaven to lend his helping hand.

 

David Dennison posted on2/28/17

I would like to send out healing prayers for the Gill family in this time of sadness from the loss of Logan. May God comfort all of those touched by those who Logan shared his life with.

 

Kaye Bergeron posted on2/28/17

So sorry for your loss David and Ellis, our prayers and thoughts are with you at this time. Dave and Kaye Bergeron, (Amanda's mom and dad)

 

Dolly Primera posted on2/28/17

Eli and family, from Dolly and Brandon,we are sorry for the loss of you father-in-law. our prayers are with you.

 

Jake A. Moore Sr. posted on2/28/17

I'm so blessed to have just known Logan, but that wasn't enough God gave me a true friend, a mentor, a patient and forgiving man. One that could do anything and always willing to lend a helping hand. As tears run down my face in sorrow, it makes me happy to know that he isn't in anymore pain. Man! I miss you Buddy, I miss that crooked little smile with them chubby cheeks. He was such a caring man, one that in his last few words, he was thinking of the people around him and not himself. Hey buddy, we will see you soon and as you walk through those gates of heaven without any pain. I know they are welcoming a new angel with open arms. God always takes the good ones way to soon, but knows he can do more good there than here. Love ya man, Jake A. Moore Sr.

 

Stephen Naranjo SR posted on2/28/17

Will miss you. Very sad day.

 

Keri Lucas posted on2/28/17

My Memory of Logan Gill was a Great One . Logan was a kind and gentle man he loved Life and Loved to Laugh . That Laugh one could never forget .. Logan was one of My Dad's Best Friends. My father and I used to do a lot with Logan and David Fish, Hunt, go Campimg and spend all weekend out in the country . Logan use pick on me and help me as he said I was "A Girl" he would Laugh . The World will Miss Logan Gill but, Haven is getting a Great Man who will watch over us all . David and Lupe I am sorry for your loss. Know he is always with you and the angels are all around you to protect you one of them being Logan aka Dad, aka Husband, aka to the me "Bubba".

 

Rick Narlock posted on2/28/17

I can honestly say that I never met a man with a bigger heart than Logan. He would do anything to help anybody and would do so with a smile on his face. He could fix anything from electrical to mechanical and anything in between. What I will miss the most though of my good friend is his friendship. I had the honor and privilege of working with Logan for 18 years. He made me feel welcome and part of the Trans Tec Family from day one. We had many long talks when he was in the hospital and I enjoyed them but the only part that bothered me was the pain he was in. He isn't in any pain anymore and he is with Our Lord and Savior. Rest in peace my dear friend and when God calls me home we will continue those talks.

 

Marissa gill posted on2/28/17

Grandpa and I had a project to make a wooden airplane. I was so excited when we finished it, and he hung it in the garage.

 

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