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    Weʼve raised £5,755 to benefit James (Yup) Logans close family in their time of bereavement.

    Glasgow, United Kingdom
    Funded on Wednesday, 31st January 2018

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    James Logan.

    On Christmas Eve, following an accident in his house, James (Yup) Logan passed away at the tragically young age of 35. James was an immensely popular guy around the Viewpark and Tannochside area of Uddingston and will be sorely missed by all fortunate enough to have known him.

    He was a devoted family man to his wife Charlene and is survived by their daughter Lori (5). This page is for the benefit of Charlene and Lori to help, at a difficult time, with any unscheduled costs and to enable people who knew James to express their condolences. Charlene and Lori were James' world.

    James was a kind hearted person who always had a smile on his face, he literally lit up the room whenever he entered. He was always the first with a song and a joke - specifically on the James Connolly Johnstone CSC bus, of which he has been a member for many years. He loved nothing more than to spend time with his loved ones and friends, travel on family holidays and follow Celtic at home and in Europe.

    I would like to thank James for everything he gave to us, the good times and memories will live with us forever. James will be in our hearts and thoughts for ever more and our world will simply not be the same without him.

    You'll never walk alone Yup x.

    This page is organised by the convieners of the James Connolly Johnstone Celtic supporters club Birkenshaw (Andrew Gannon and David Bradley) and all money raised will go directly to Charlene and Lori.

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    • Andrew Gannon1 year ago
      Andrew Gannon

      Andrew Gannon

      1 year ago

      Thanks to everyone who has contributed and left messages. The response has been magnificent and is testament to the big mans memory. The page will stay open till the end of January as the minimum time for a page is 30 days. They ‘just giving’ fees will be fully covered by the supporters club funds.

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    1 year ago

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    Page last updated on: 1/10/2018 00.34

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    224

    • Martyn Daly

      Martyn Daly

      Jan 10, 2018

      Just noticed this page, wish I had seen it earlier. James was a brilliant guy, one of the best employees I had at KFIS and someone who became a great friend through our mutual love of Celtic. GBNF

      £30.00

    • Pamela Crombie

      Pamela Crombie

      Jan 9, 2018

      Thinking of you and Lori at this time Charlene ❤️

      £10.00

    • R KEENEY

      R KEENEY

      Jan 9, 2018

      £20.00

    • Kelly Keegan

      Kelly Keegan

      Jan 8, 2018

      Thinking of u & ur family at such a sad time xx

      £10.00

    • Alasdair Campbell

      Alasdair Campbell

      Jan 7, 2018

      Although I hadn't seen you in a while James, you were a good friend of old and we were so sorry to hear of this tragedy. RIP James. YNWA.

      £30.00

    • Sarah Stewart

      Sarah Stewart

      Jan 7, 2018

      Deepest condolences to his family and friends at this hard time 🙏

      £50.00

    • Paul Crawford

      Paul Crawford

      Jan 6, 2018

      £10.00

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