Christopher Michael Logan (Hatt)
Obituary for Christopher Michael Logan (Hatt)
Logan (Hatt), Christopher Michael
Chris (59) passed away March 11, 2020 at Dartmouth General Hospital with his mother by his side from aspiration pneumonia brought on by complications of past cancer treatments. Chris was born in Halifax.
The son of Willa (Dockrill) Thompson and fathers, Joseph Logan (deceased), Douglas Hatt and Harold Thompson. Chris was big-hearted, fun-loving and in his day, the true life of the party. Chris' early years included working at Supreme Windows and Alberta Honey. He also married his high school sweetheart, Lynn. Although Chris lived a difficult life, struggling with two separate cancer diagnosis and schizophrenia, he never gave up or stopped looking for the next bit of fun to be had. He found strength in his belief in God and liked to share his belief with everyone he met, whether others wanted to hear it or not. Chris had a gift of connecting with people around him and maintained many lifelong friendships. Schizophrenia changed Chris’ behaviour and relationships were often strained as a result. He was quick to give a helping hand to his fellow man, even handing over his last possession when he had one. He would open his door to welcome those who needed a place to stay. He will be missed by many but especially his mother who was his rock through the many challenges that came his way. Chris is survived by his children; Christa and Adam (Anna) and their mother, Lynn MacKay, six grandchildren, siblings; Charles (Darlene), Darcy (Christine), Kirby (Twyla), Craig (Lynette), Kevin (Andrea), Susan (William), Heather (Hardy), Shawn (Shelly), Brent and Gordon along with many nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles.
Chris was predeceased by his father, Joseph Logan, his brother, Dave Logan, maternal grandparents, Betty and Mike Carty and Wilfred and Alice Dockrill, paternal grandparents, Charles and Anne Logan, Aunt Barb and Uncle Wally Proctor and Uncle Ivan Paul.
The Celebration of Life will be rescheduled to a later date. Donations can be made to Shelter Nova Scotia.
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