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Dallas Emmer Legan died January 29, 2017 after a lengthy battle with cancer. Dallas was preceded in death by his parents, William Howard Legan and Lenora Cozette Hurt Legan and his half-brother Willam Howard Legan, Jr. He is survived by his sisters Victoria Legan Fogelson of Payson, Arizona and Marguerite Isabel Legan II of Victoria, Texas; & his nieces & nephews Michael Legan, Heather Legan, Dallas Rae Legan, Ryan Legan, George David Durham III of McAllen, Texas and Dallas Legan Durham of Austin, Texas. Dallas was born July 15, 1952 in Houston, Harris County, Texas to William Howard Legan (aka Homer Howard Legan) & Lenora Cozette Hurt Legan. Dallas spent his formative years in Houston, Corpus Christi & Victoria, Texas, and he made his profession of faith in the Baptist church as an adolescent. He graduated from Victoria High School in 1970. He continued his education by attending Texas A&M University, and received his undergraduate degree and masters degree in electrical engineering from the University of Houston - Victoria Campus. While in California, he continued his university education in computer science. . Dallas was employed with Gary Aircraft in Victoria, Texas; Mays Aluminum Company in El Campo, Texas; a nuclear power facility in the vicinity of Pocatello, Idaho, & Rockwell International in Downey, California. While at Rockwell, Dallas worked on the development of the space shuttle. For the remainder of his career, Dallas did contract computer programming for numerous firms. Dallas was an active member in the Carl Hess Club, UNIX Users of Southern California, & Southern California OS/2 Users Group (SCOUG). He was a voracious science fiction reader, an accomplished chess player, enjoyed sailing, bicycling, and music His family wishes to express gratitude to his friends for their numerous acts of kindness to Dallas during his illness. Dallas will be interred in the Legan family plot in Forest Park Cemetery in Houston, Texas with his grandparents.

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  1. We remember Dallas as a man who could be relied upon, to help anyone in need and to contribute his time and expertise to many endeavors and to serve his friends in many different venues. I enjoyed his loyal friendship and will remember fondly the wide ranging discussions we had on a variety of subjects, which interests we held in common. Dallas will be greatly missed but we feel Blessed having known him. R.I.P.

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