Trevor Logan 1953 – 2018. An appreciation.

Pictured above is the recently passed Financial Controller of Stonehouse, Trevor Logan.

Remembering Trevor Logan, financial controller of Stonehouse wholesalers, who passed away recently.



12 June 2018

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ShelfLife was saddened to hear the news of the passing of Stonehouse veteran Trevor Logan. His colleagues at Stonehouse have expressed the following message:

“All of us in Stonehouse feel a great sadness and a huge sense of loss on the passing of our friend and colleague, Trevor Logan. A proud Dub, Trevor started working with AND Keencost in 1975, and remained with the group that would become Stonehouse in the year 2000. He retired from Stonehouse after forty-three years in service just a couple of days before his untimely passing.

In the days since his death, the tributes paid by wholesalers and suppliers alike talk about Trevor’s integrity, his gentleness, his sense of fun, his laugh and (at times), when payments hadn’t been made his grumpiness!

He was loyal, honest, fair and had a great sense of what was right. That usually meant doing things his way! He lived life to the full, was always last to bed on a night out and thoroughly enjoyed the social side of the industry. He loved his work but worked for his family. To Valerie, Ian, Brian, Amy, his family and close friends, we offer our deepest sympathies.

We will miss his counsel, his sense of humour and his gentle way. We feel privileged to have known him.”




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