Ezekiel Ezra Logan, affectionately known as Zeke was born on July 22, 1927 in Scottsburg, Virginia to the late Gracie W. Logan. His brother Andrew Logan preceded him in death.
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Ezekiel was educated in the public school system in Halifax County. He relocated to New York to live with his aunt Bertha Johnson.
In February 1946 he enlisted in the United States Army after serving in the Korean War, he enrolled in a technical school to study Electrician. In 1949he united in marriage with his first wife, Eunice Dacon and from this union two sons and one daughter was born. Unfortunately, he lost his wife Eunice, who succumbed after a long illness.
In 1965 after successfully passing the United States Postal exam, he procured the position of Mail Clerk at the Queens Postal Office. After a few years he obtained a level six position at John F. Kennedy Postal Office at Kennedy Airport, he retired in 1992.
Ezekiel joined the National Alliance of Postal and Federal Employees Union over forty years ago, he was a dedicated Alliance member. He attended National and District conventions as a delegate. Ezekiel met Laura when both Postal workers and NAPFE members was on a trip in Hawaii, after a long courtship the two were united in marriage. Both had a zeal to travel and they traveled all over the United States and Caribbean Islands together.
Zeke was an avid bowler, he bowl in many bowling leagues and won many trophies. His high score average have him bragging rights, in which his bowling partners had to listen to at every game. Zeke also was a walker, he love to go walking and attending the Senior citizen centers to play cards and socialize. He was a humble man.
Ezekiel leaves to cherish his memory his wife, Laura Rhodan-Logan (Bronx, New York); son, Donald Logan (Mashpee, Massachusettes); son, Leonard Logan (Hackensack, New Jersey); daughter, Janet Logan (Blauvelt, New York); sister, Camilla Stamps (Danville, Virginia); niece, Muriel Logan (Bronx, New York); two step children, Yvonne Bethea (Bronx, New York) and Gregory Cooper (Bronx, New York); step granddaughter, Trinee Adams (New York, New York); a host of nieces, nephews and cousins.