Christine Victoria Logan

April 21, 1954 - December 20, 2012

Christine Victoria Logan

April 21, 1954 - December 20, 2012



Christine Victoria Logan, age 58, passed away while battling her third cancer on December 20, 2012. She was born on April 21, 1954 to Warn and Phyllis (Robinson) Toms in Olympia, WA.

Chris enjoyed a wonderful childhood filled with dogs, cats and her own horse. She graduated from Olympia High School in 1972 while working at a veterinary office. If she’d liked science she would have been a vet. She enrolled at Western (WWSC) after high school, where she majored in fun.

Chris married Bruce A. Logan in 1975 and they moved out to the county where they raised many cats and dogs. Chris waitressed at several local restaurants until the 1990’s. After defeating breast cancer in the late 90’s she worked mainly at home.

Chris and Bruce enjoyed their pets, traveling to warm locations and the Hydroplane Races at Tri- Cities which they attended every year. Chris and her sister had been working on organizing their family papers for donation. Her father Warn Victor Toms and Uncle Leigh E. Robinson Jr. served in WWII and their photos & items have been donated to the Lynden Museum. Her grandfather, Leigh E. Robinson was the first principal of Mount Baker High School, having moved here in 1909. Robinson married Christine Bjornson of Blaine in 1911. Chris’s grandparents had all settled in Whatcom County by 1918 when the family of F.E. and Queenie Toms arrived.

Chris was preceded in death by her parents, her friend and Aunt Dorothy (Toms) Tuor and her cousin Larry Tuor. She is survived by Bruce, her husband of 37 years; her sister, Leigh Rae (Toms) Kittinger and husband Paul and her cousin Linda (Tuor) Earley.

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3 responses to Christine Victoria Logan

  1. I would like to express my sincere condolences to Christine’s husband Bruce as well as her family and friends. I hope you can find comfort in knowing that sickness and death will not always be looming over us humans. Revelation 21:4 says ” And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning, nor outcry, nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.” When God’s will is done on earth as it is in heaven, as spoken in the Lord’s Prayer, we will no longer have to deal with the suffering caused by illness and disease or death. I hope you can draw some comfort and hope for the future, that the Bible provides. I am very sorry for your loss.

  2. We are very sorry for your loss. We had the opportunity to meet Christine a few times and she was a very nice lady.

  3. I met Christine at the Cancer support group. Christine always made me smile. She had a wisdom that hit you from the side when you did not see it coming and great empathy and wit. She was able to set aside her own issues and was such a positive influence on the whole group. She taught me a lot. I will miss her so much. I have been thinking about her alot the last month and had no idea that she was so close to passing. She made it sound like this was just another stumbling block and that she was going to be just fine. I had no sense that she would leave us so soon. My thoughts are with Bruce who she obviously adored and her loving sister who was beside her in the journey all the way. I am so sorry for your loss. Lovingly, BIppy McMaster

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