- 86 years old
- Date of birth: Aug 18, 1924
- Date of passing: Dec 31, 2010
|Let the memory of Frank be with us forever|
Welcome to this memorial website created to honor Frank Logue.
All are invited to a Memorial Celebration of Frank Logue and his life
3:00 p.m. April 30, 2011
at New Haven City Hall, 165 Church Street, New Haven, Connecticut
A reunion of the Logue campaigns and administration will be held Friday evening, April 29th, 5:30 pm at the East Rock Elks Lodge, 87 Webster Street (corner of Dixwell) in downtown New Haven.
Please use the Contact Nancy button (below right) to RSVP to the Memorial Celebration and/or reunion.
Use the Tribute section below or Stories section of this website to share your reminiscences about this multi-faceted man. You are also welcome to submit images to the Gallery section.
Donations in honor of Frank Logue may be made to:
National Urban Fellows, an organization he founded in 1969: www.nuf.org/support-us
LEAP, an academic and social enrichment program for children in New Haven: www.leapforkids.org/Content/Support_Us.asp
"I will always remember that Frank Logue had it right when he created the National Urban Fellows Program. ... not to compete with the current NUF program, which is a modification of Frank Logue's program, but I do wish I had a copy of Frank's program to share with an institution that wants to establish a program similar to the original NUF program."
"I was in the third class of the National Urban Fellows (NUF). This program was a fascinating creation and I personally benefitted from it immensly. I will always remember Frank Logue."
"Frank will always be remembered by me as a realy great guy."
"My grandfather, my friend. I miss him every day. But I know that he is still with me, and that he is still present in so many ways.
Happy Birthday, Poppy!"
The Honorable Frank Logue is one of the most unforgettable persons that have been my distinct honor to have known. I first met Frank Logue in San Francisco, California during the '72–'73 National Urban Fellows competition."
"Frank was a wonderful mentor to a dedicated group of young, Yale linked New Haven politicos. We look forward to joining you on April 30. Sincerely, Ed and Doris Zelinsky"
"This is a befitting quotation for my Father-in-law by Albert Pine - "What we do for ourselves dies with us' "What we do for others and the world remains and is immortal" Love,Caroline"
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