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Tommy Edward Loggins

May 20, 1962 ~ September 28, 2021 (age 59)

Obituary

Tommy Loggins died peacefully in Statesboro, GA on September 28th, 2021 at the age of 59. He

is preceded in death by his father Hale Loggins and his brother Mike Loggins. Tommy is survived

by his Mother: Margaret Loggins; Children: Christopher Loggins, Makayla Robinson, Corey

Loggins, and Katlyn Handy; Grandchildren: Emily Loggins, Camden Loggins, Lennon Handy, and

Nolan Handy; Siblings: Gary Loggins, Barbara Matthews, Hale “Junior” Loggins, and Carole Hash.

He was born May 20th, 1962 in Pennsylvania Township, Pennsylvania to Hale and Margaret

Loggins. He served in the US Army as a Heavy Antiarmor Weapons Infantryman. Upon leaving

the Army he spent his career as an auto mechanic and classic car enthusiast. He was a devoted

father and “Pappy” who enjoyed watching his extensive DVD collection, sharing his wealth of

knowledge about history and other random facts, cooking large country style meals for friends

and family, and always shopping for a good bargain.

A funeral is scheduled for October 13th, 2021 at 11:00 am located at the Cedar Bay Funeral

Home at 405 New Berlin Rd, Jacksonville, FL 32218. Burial services will follow at the Jacksonville

National Cemetery located at 4083 Lannie Rd, Jacksonville, FL 32218 at 1:00pm. If desired, in

lieu of flowers, friends may make a memorial contribution to St Jude’s children’s hospital in

Tommy’s name at StJude.org.

He will be deeply missed and forever remembered by his friends, family, and all who knew him

for his generosity, loud booming voice, infectious laugh and many catch phrases.

The family would like to thank the East Georgia Regional hospital staff for their efforts, care,

and dedication towards Tommy’s end of life care.

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