James H. Logan

March 12, 1992

James H. Logan, a yardmaster for Conrail in Hagerstown, died Friday at Washington County Hospital in Hagerstown after he was injured in an automobile accident on Interstate 70 while on his way to work. He was 47.

Services for Mr. Logan, who lived on Amy Lane in Randallstown, were being held today at the Greater Bethlehem Temple, 8334 Liberty Road, Randallstown.

He worked for Conrail about 20 years in Baltimore, Washington and Hagerstown. Earlier, he was employed briefly by the Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Co.

A native of Baltimore and a graduate of the Carver Vocational-Technical High School, he served in the Army in Korea in the mid-1960s.

His survivors include three sons, Bradford and Corbett Logan, both of Baltimore, and James Patrick Logan of Columbia; a RTC brother, Marvin V. J. Logan of Randallstown; two sisters, Jaki Brooks of Baltimore and Paula Smallwood of Catonsville; his companion, Diane Gordon of Randallstown; and her son, Keith Gordon of Baltimore.

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