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Connie R Logan

July 8, 1939 — June 28, 2017

Obituary, Connie R. Logan, 6/28/2017

Connie Logan, age 77, passed away June 28, 2017, at his home in Sedona following a long battle with cancer. Connie has been a resident of Arizona since 2003 when he came to Sedona to manage the newly opened Hyatt Vacation Club.
Connie was born in Lexington, Kentucky, spent his youth in Frankfort, Indiana, and later received a bachelors degree from Georgetown College, in Georgetown, Kentucky.
In 1962 Connie married his high school sweetheart, Janice Kelley. The couple moved to New England for an exciting life together as Connie began a long career with the American Automobile Association. His early positions in travel and management took them to Derry, New Hampshire; Hartford, Connecticut; and Syracuse, New York where he served as executive vice-president of the Syracuse Auto Club.
Connies travels took Jan, and their two children, Brad and Kelley, to world-wide destinations, creating beautiful memories for all. The family home for fifteen years in Skaneateles, New York, was host to many long distance friends and relatives, affording quality leisure time sailing on the lovely lake. For the New England winters, the family took to the mountains for"always hopefully"great skiing. Favorite vacations were spent in the British Virgin Islands aboard the family yacht, Cest Si Bon. It was so good!
Retirement from AAA came in 1997, and took the couple to Key West, Florida, where Connie soon found his second career with Hyatt Vacation Properties. A newly built vacation property needed a manager, and Connie accepted. Three years later, a deployment to Puerto Rico with Hyatt found the couple immersing themselves in tropical luxury and beauty. In 2003, a move to Sedona for another new hotel.
Through the years, Connie served many organizations as president including his college fraternity, Kappa Alpha, Junior Chambers of Commerce, and Rotary Clubs. His calm, gentle, and quiet but strong leadership mustered strength and cohesiveness from his employees and peers.
Connies civic commitment was second only to his love for his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. While in Sedona, Connie served as elder at Wayside Bible Chapel. He took his position to heart, lending spiritual leadership in church affairs, and serving on the administration board of Wayside. Connie held Bible studies in the couples home for numerous years. His passionate protocol was love one another.
Connie is survived by wife, Jan, son Bradley Logan of Ketchum, Idaho, daughter Kelley Miller and granddaughter Sophia of Redmond, Washington.
A service was held at Wayside Bible Chapel for family and friends as they celebrated Connies eternal smile.
Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice-of-the Pines, 132 E. State Route 169, Dewey, AZ 86327.

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