Logan, Margaret Diane

June 19th, 2016

Peacefully at Victoria Hospital on Sunday, June 19th, 2016, Mrs. Marilyn Logan (née Mould) (formerly Van De Peer), of London, in her 89th year. Wife of the late Le Roy Logan (1969). Mother of Michael, Danny (2015), Donald (Jenny) Van De Peer, all of London, and Brenda (Thomas) Burke of Brantford. Grandmother to David, Andrew (Amber), Brodie, Shawn (Kari), Benjamin (Kori) and Stacey (Jeff Ryce) Van De Peer, Christopher Simpson, and Mckenna and Aislinn Burke. Great-grandmother to Tyson, Charlee, Chase, Nolan, Hannah and Declan Van De Peer, Maximus and Emery Ryce, and Nykita Simpson. Predeceased by her brothers Vernon (1992) (Ilene of London), Benjamin (1994) (Ruth, 2010), and sister Valerie (2004) (Allen Fraser of Frankford, ON). Predeceased also by her father Walter (1963) and by her mother Margaret Mould (née Mann) (1983). Marilyn was the eldest grandchild of Benjamin (1978) and Ninetta Mann (née Tait) (1952) and Arthur (1963) and Alice Mould (née Pollitt) (1963). Marilyn was a Kellogg retiree. She was a lover of books (Dickens, Thackery, Leonard Cohen), rocks, birds, butterflies and travelling Canada. Marilyn was addicted to information. Visitation will be held on Friday from 2:00-4:00 and 7:00-9:00 p.m. at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London, where the funeral service will be conducted on Saturday, June 25th, 2016 at 10:30 a.m. (with visitation one hour prior). Interment at Mount Pleasant Cemetery. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Marilyn are asked to consider Salthaven Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Centre. 

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Graham HayhoeTo Marilyn's Family, On behalf of the Hayhoe family, long time neighbours, our deepest condolences on your loss. Much like our own mom, Marilyn kept to herself. However, her support was much appreciated when our family needed an uplift. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Graham
Dave FraserOn Behalf of Cassandra, Rylee, Kaehl and myself we would like to offer our deepest sympathies. Aunt Marilyn was truly one of a kind and the mold was certainly broken when she was born. We are so sorry we could not attend the services, but our thoughts are with you.
Patricia ArmstrongMarilyn was my cousin and role model when we were kids.So many memories of all us grandkids hanging out at Grandpa and Nannie's house on Linwood St. during the war years. I wish I had been able to know her family since moving back to London, but my thoughts and prayers are with you all at this sad time. Pat
Anne MouldMike, Donnie & Brenda & families Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. We hope your memories will bring you comfort in the coming days. We all have wonderful memories of Aunt Marilyn. We could count on her to keep us all up to date on the happenings in Ontario. We looked forward to her Christmas card (always the first) along with a long newsy letter. She will be missed by her northern family. Love Anne, Sean & Laura, Paul & Brenda
Roberta ADsir (nee Mould)My heart is hurt knowing my oldest cousin is gone. As the youngest of the Mould grandchildren I feel the loss. Marilyn was a special person and will be missed.
Nancy Seers Growing up around the corner, Marilyn was like my second mom. Probably more so as I grew up. I lived with Brenda and Marilyn for a few months when my family relocated back to London from Ottawa. She has always had a special place in my heart and I will always be grateful for being part of her life. I will have a special lady bug tea party with my girls in her memory. My condolences to Brenda, Thomas, McKenna, Aislinn and to the entire family. You all held such as special place in her heart.
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