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George E. Logue Sr.


George E. Logue, left, being cited as an outstanding alumnus of Williamsport Area Community College by Clyde E. Williamson, chairman of the board of trustees.
George E. Logue, left, being cited as an outstanding alumnus of Williamsport Area Community College by Clyde E. Williamson, chairman of the board of trustees.
George E. Logue Sr., joined by Peyton D. McDonald (left) and William D. Davis Sr. (right), was among the charter directors of the former Williamsport Area Community College Foundation honored upon the group's 30th anniversary in June 2011.
George E. Logue Sr., joined by Peyton D. McDonald (left) and William D. Davis Sr. (right), was among the charter directors of the former Williamsport Area Community College Foundation honored upon the group’s 30th anniversary in June 2011.

With imminent gubernatorial approval to rename a Lycoming County bridge in memory of George E. Logue Sr., we pause to honor the visionary contributions of a distinguished alumnus. Logue died Oct. 30, 2012, after a wide-ranging entrepreneurial career – but not before sharing the rich story of his success. Recounting his early years as a youth influenced by Williamsport Technical Institute’s founding director through his innovative life’s work, Logue speaks proudly of his heritage, his legacy and his longtime connection to the institution.

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