October 3, 1919 ~ May 15, 2014
Redondo Beach, CA
Longtime South Bay resident and artist, Aloha Marie Logue, passed away on May 15, 2014 in San Dimas, CA. Born in Oxnard, CA on October 3, 1919 to Iva E. and Fred J. Daniels, the family moved to Hermosa Beach when Aloha was three years old. She attended Pier Avenue School and RUHS and graduated in the class of 1937.
On February 16, 1941 she married the love of her life, Viets S. Logue in Yuma, AZ. They had 60+ good years before Viet's illness and death in 2003. The young couple had one daughter, Diane Marie, who passed away shortly after birth.
Aloha worked in many areas including an illustrator at Northrup, a licensed beautician, and of course, a wonderful wife and daughter. Her greatest passion and most rewarding activity was her art work. She studied with many teachers including, Casear Hernandez, Bill Green, Davis Miller, Mildred Walker and Sergei Bongart. Her art work included portraits, florals, landscapes and watercolors that grace the walls of many US and international homes and businesses.
Next to her love of art was her love of animals. Her dogs were truly her family. "Sunny" was her true companion following her accident.
Aloha's last 18 months were spent at Emeritus of San Dimas Skilled Nursing facility where she received excellent care and the family thanks the staff at Emeritus.
Aloha is lovingly remembered by her cousins, Barbara and Robert Sudds Family and William Stover; the Pool family, Roy, Christine Owens, Sandra and Dennis Kirkendall Family and many wonderful friends and associates including those from the Palos Verdes Art Association.
Viewing will be held on Friday, May 23 from 6-8pm at Rice Mortuary, 5301 Torrance Blvd., Torrance, CA. Funeral services will be Saturday May 24 at 11am at the Pacific Crest Cemetery Chapel, 2701 182nd Street at Inglewood Avenue, Redondo Beach CA. Burial will follow at Pacific Crest.
In lieu of flowers donations are appreciated to SPCA/LA, 5026 W. Jefferson Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90016 or the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation, 386 Park Avenue, South Floor 17, New York, NY 10016.
Dear Aloha, the suffering is over and now you are safely home with those you love so dearly. We will miss you but we look forward to that day of our grand reunion. Our love is with you. Your family.