Andrew Logan Ritchie
Logan passed away peacefully with family by his side and with comforting from Hospice.
Logan was born in Roblin, Manitoba, Canada to parents Alexander, of Toronto Canada and Helen Ritchie of Kinross Scotland. He grew up with 3 brothers and 2 sisters on the family farm. He had survived all of his siblings.
Logan became an aircraft machinist during WWII and continued in this profession for Air Canada in Winnipeg. Logan married Mary Evelyn Wolfe on June 9, 1945. They moved to southern California after the births of their two sons, Norman and Ronald, where he continued work as a machinist in the aerospace industry. The family moved in 1961 to the Portland area where Logan continued working as a machinist until he retired at 62.
Survivors are wife, Evelyn Ritchie; sons Norman Ritchie and wife Joli, and Ronald Ritchie and wife Sandy; grandsons Brian and wife Jennifer, Daniel, and Ray and wife Angela; and granddaughter, Robyn Deeb and husband Ayman; great-grandchildren, Stephanie, Mitch, Hayden, Clair, Bella, Carissa, Kaela, and Heidi; and one great-great-grandson, Rylan.
A memorial Service was held Monday, March 31, 2014 at 2:30 p.m. at the activity room in Vineyard Place, 4017 SE Vineyard Rd, Portland, OR 97267.