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Lonnie Ray Logan

Dec 3, 2021

15 Aug 1955 ­– 16 Nov 2021

Lonnie Ray Logan passed away on 16 November 2021 in Lake Havasu City, AZ. He was born on 15 August 1955 in Borger, Texas to J.R. Logan and Joyce Cole Davison.

Lonnie was raised in Kaysville, Utah and was the oldest of nine children. He went to Davis High School and later attended Weber State College. He joined the U.S. Army, under the buddy system with his best friend, and was stationed in Tacoma, WA.

He married his high school sweetheart, Nanette Roberts, and had two sons; Justin Ray Logan was their firstborn and Joshua Roberts Logan was born four years later which completed their family. He loved these two boys beyond words. His oldest son, Justin, left us too early and Lonnie was devastated, however, he picked himself up and tried to spend as much time as possible with Joshua. He even moved to Oregon just to live with Joshua.

Lonnie worked at Hill Air Force Base for a short while and succeeded in Real Estate, however, he found his calling in the car business. He was a very successful salesman, as well as a Financial Manager in dealerships in Utah and Arizona.

Most of Lonnie’s life was spent in Utah until he got bit by the travel bug. He craved sunshine, beaches, suntans, cool sunglasses, and always had the hottest cars. In time he got to see, live, and experience many different places all over the world, but he seemed truly happy at his last residence in Lake Havasu, AZ. Lonnie could make friends anywhere. In a week of living somewhere, he’d befriended people at the local gas station, salon, stores in the mall, grocery store, you name it. Lonnie was also very intelligent and quick with his wit. He was such a character and his personality was bigger than life. He had an immense sense of humor and was always the life of the party. With his good looks and the smarts to boot, he was always the center of attention no matter where he went. His first love was shopping and boy was he good at it. He could always make it an adventure. He had an amazing knack for interior design but most of all he loved to give things to his family and friends. He never showed up without a gift. Giving absolutely made him happy.

Lonnie’s youngest son Josh was the light of his life. He wanted nothing but the best for him, happiness and success. He dedicated most of his time to help Josh in any way he could with knowledge and life lessons. He adored him.

Lonnie also had a special bond with his Mother. She was his protector, his confidant, his sounding board, his financial advisor, and most of all, his best friend. They simply were connected in a special way.

Lonnie is survived by his youngest son, Joshua Roberts Logan, his mother, Joyce Davison and step-father, Michael Davison; siblings: Denise Carlos (Wayne), Pamela Christensen (Chris), Michael Lloyd Davison, Jacky Bobo (Cindy), Annette Howard (Roger), Deann Slade (Todd), and John bobo (Felice). He also leaves behind many nieces and nephews which he always spoiled rotten. He had a unique relationship with all his siblings, each different but special. He had many friends and a large extended family. He was preceded in death by his grandparents William “Doc” and Eva Logan and Shelly and Ethel Westbrook, his father, J.R. Logan, his son Justin Ray Logan and his brother, Sonny Davison.

Memorial services will be held at 2 p.m. on Monday, December 13, 2021, at Lindquist’s Roy Mortuary, 3333 West 5600 South. The family will meet with friends on Monday from 12: 30 to 1:30 p.m. at the mortuary.

The Memorial service will be live-streamed at the bottom of the obituary page for Lonnie at lindquistmortuary.com.

Cremation entrusted to Lakeview Crematory, Lake Havasu, Arizona.

Memories and condolences may be sent to the family at www.lindquistmortuary.com