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First United Methodist Church of Albany, GA
Thursday January 13th, 2022

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Riverside Cemetery
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Dallas Stanley "Stan" Logue

Stan was a good man. After Dallas Stanley Logue died on Friday, December 31, 2021, at Phoebe Putney Hospital, in Albany, Georgia, the words most often spoken through tears and heartache were “Stan was a good man…and the smartest I knew, too.” Born January 3, 1956, as the second son to Emmett Julian Logue and Mabel Lucille (Barnett), he told stories of working in his daddy’s store, Albany Hardware. He’d tell you that it was at Albany Hardware that he learned to pack a truck. But the truth is, his meticulous, methodical and intentional nature was quite consistent in his actions. His striving to do his best guided his endeavors and determined his work ethic. So, of course, you wouldn’t be surprised that he excelled in school, too. In 1974 he graduated valedictorian and STAR student from Riverview Academy. He followed his brother, Keith, to Auburn, but transferred to The University of Georgia, joined the fraternity Alpha Tau Omega, and graduated from Terry School of Business with a degree in finance. And though he was studious and quiet he still had his share of fun on motorcycles with his cousin, Dal, or grilling for his buddies in Athens. And the story goes that not long after losing a couple of toes to the lawn mower, he married Jackie Etheridge of Albany, Georgia, in 1981, moved to Atlanta and began his career in investment banking and finance. Finally, he returned to Albany to later become Chief Financial Officer at Thrush Aircraft and, up until his passing, working in commercial real estate, serving on the board of New Schools Georgia, a member of the Albany Utilities Board as a delegate for MEAG Power, and member of the City of Albany Downtown Development Authority. As a member of First United Methodist Church, he had the opportunity to share his love for the Lord and talent for teaching with the adults’ Communion Class.

His quotes had two sources: either from his own “Mother and Daddy” or the Bible. Otherwise, he didn’t talk much about himself unless it was in the form of a childhood story. He had two daughters with Jackie named Katy and Abby and raised them on his values of God, education and respect. He wanted to give them everything. Through all the moves (and there were a lot of moves) and family growth, Stan continued to persevere in his work and take care of everybody. There was suspicion that he was really just a child at heart, since he cherished his work making planes. He was never one to boast, but it did make him beam. He bolstered his family by his faith leading by example and giving credit to the Lord. He walked humbly in his heavenly Father’s name. Above all, he was a man of faith.

He would hate to know that he left behind his wife, Jackie, and daughters Katy Logue (Kenny Thompson) of Thomasville, Georgia, and Abby Logue (Jeff Broadrick) of Athens, Georgia. He went ahead of his brother, Keith Logue (Shannon) of Marietta, Georgia, and his nephews, Tyler and Chase Logue of Marietta, Georgia, his Aunt Hazel and Uncle Billy Hughes and cousin, Dal Hughes of Albany, Georgia, and cousin Kay Hughes of Asheboro, North Carolina. He is also survived by his mother-in-law, Mary Ann Oakes of Albany, Georgia.

Bop will fondly be remembered by his love of ice cream, popcorn, and Georgia football by his grandchildren, Trammell, Mary Evenal, Ozie, Beata, and Julian Thompson and Mabel, Lambert, and Winnie Broadrick. In closing to use Stan’s signoff: GO DAWGS!!

A funeral service will be held on Thursday, January 13, 2022, at 2:00 pm at First United Methodist Church. Rev. Thad Haygood will officiate.


Dear Jackie, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. You and your family are in my prayers. I didn't know Stan personally, but from the comments I'm seeing, it was definitely my loss. I pray the sweet memories will give you comfort. ~Lindi

Lindi Adams Jan 14 2022 6:34 AM

A candle was lit in memory of Dallas Logue

Elena Jan 14 2022 12:18 AM

My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

Vernester Williams Jan 13 2022 1:26 PM

A candle was lit in memory of Dallas Logue

Vernester Williams Jan 13 2022 1:16 PM

Dear Jackie & family-
So very sorry to hear this news. Kelly & I are praying for you all to have peace & be comforted in the coming days.
I will always remember Stan as a remarkably poised & extraordinary gentleman. His particular blend of competence, kindness, & assertiveness constitutes the brand of leadership our world so desparately needs, & I personally have often been inspired by his example.

Ronnie Dorminey Jan 10 2022 11:35 AM

Oh, Jackie, I am heartbroken for you and your family. There are no words to tell you how very sorry I am over your losing Stan. His obituary is such a wonderful tribute to a life well lived. I will keep you and your family in my daily prayers. Love to you.

Viki Curtis Jan 8 2022 3:41 PM

It was a pleasure to know you Stan and my condolences to the family dealing with the loss of such a good man.

Jeremy Hewett Jan 8 2022 4:31 AM

Cousin I never knew your first name was Dallas. I knew you all my life and you will be missed. Prayers and love to your family

Debra Zondlo(Logue) Jan 7 2022 9:11 AM

A candle was lit in memory of Dallas Logue

Debra Zondlo(Logue) Jan 7 2022 9:10 AM

Stan was a good man, wonderful husband, father and grandfather(Bop). We shared grandchildren together. This was a beautiful tribute to Stan who lived his life for his family and the God he loved. He will be greatly missed. We are deeply saddened for the family who loved him dearly. So unexpected and so much life unlived.

Frances and Thompson Jan 7 2022 7:33 AM

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