Clifford Robinson Logan, 85, of Butler, \nPennsylvania, passed away on November 20, 2022, at \nthe Concordia Lutheran Ministries. \n\n\n \n\n\nHe was born September 30, 1937, in Dubois, PA to the \nlate Rev. Harvey Logan and the late Ruth McClain \nLogan. He was raised in Miola, PA where he was \nknown to friends and family as "Robin." He attended \nClarion High School, served in the U.S. Navy on the \nUSS Macon (CA-132), and went to Clarion College, \ngraduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree.\n\n\n \n\n\nCliff spent a year working as an electrical engineer \nbefore he found his calling as a History teacher at \nthe Butler Junior High School. He taught for 36 \nyears, mostly in the famed 'yellow-brick building," \nand eventually became the first Gifted Coordinator. \nEarly in his tenure, he established Washington & PA \nTours, shepherding 100s of Butler 7th and \n8th graders on field trips to Gettysburg \nand DC until his retirement in 1997. He also owned \nand operated several businesses including Logan's \nBar, the Evans City Isaly's, and the Durango \nRestaurant. Over the years, he attended several \nchurches, beginning with the small Miola church \nwhere his father was Minister. Locally, he attended \nWestminster Presbyterian, First United Methodist, \nand Grace Community Church. \n\n\n \n\n\nIn his spare time, Cliff enjoyed traveling, \nexploring the United States by RV, winters in \nRedington Beach, FL, and summer pool parties at his \nhome, surrounded by an extended family. He \nparticipated in golf and bowling leagues, enjoyed \nshuffleboard and video poker, and loved a good \nGerman restaurant and a Budweiser. He was a lifelong \nfollower of politics, which led to a run for 11th \nDistrict Representative in the mid-80s. His friends \nknow he was always up for a good political debate. \nHe was positive, even-tempered, and had a great \nsense of humor. He was a devoted and care-taking \nhusband to his wife, and generous and fun-loving \nwith his children and grandchildren.\n\n\n \n\n\nClifford is survived by his wife, Penelope Isaly \nLogan, whom he married on August 12, 1961; three \ndaughters, Bridget (Patrick) Miller of Chicora, \nJennifer (Barry) Cummings of Butler, and Rebecca \n(Dan) Green of Butler; two sons, Eugene (Christina \nBaughman) Logan of Columbus, OH, and Barry (Doris \nCavlovich) Thomas of Slippery Rock; eleven \ngrandchildren, Cassie, Gretchen, Melinda, Trevor, \nRachel, Alexis, Noah, Claire, Tommi, Teddy, and \nPenelope; eight great-grandchildren, Maxx, Clifford, \nZoey, Dean, Eddie, Cora Mae, Josie, and Miles; three \nbrothers, Rev. Timothy (Marne) Logan of Harborcreek, \nPA, Charles Logan of Pittsburgh, PA, and LeVerne \nLogan of Ogden, UT.\n\n\n \n\n\nIn addition to his parents, he was preceded in death \nby two brothers, Charles and LeVerne Logan.\n\n\n \n\n\n\nFriends will be received Sunday, \nNovember 27, 2022, from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at \nThompson - Miller Funeral Home, Inc., 124 East North \nStreet Butler, PA.\n \n\n\nFuneral services will be held on Monday, November \n28, 2022, at 11:00 a.m. at the First United \nMethodist Church, 200 E. North Street, Butler, PA, \nwith Pastor David Janz, and Pastor Bob Zonts, \nofficiating.\n\n\n \n\n\nBurial will take place in the St. John's Reformed \nChurch Cemetery.\n\n\n \n\n\n\nMemorials are suggested to the \nGolden Tornado Scholastic Foundation, 110 Campus \nLane, Butler, PA 16001.