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Remembering two long-time Logan Library advocates
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Remembering two long-time Logan Library advocates

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Gale Oviatt sits on the bench he donated to the Logan Public Library in memory of his wife, Linda.

LOGAN — Linda Oviatt and Sharol Altwegg, long-time advocates of a local organization, will be forever remembered thanks to a couple memorials now located on the east side of that organization’s building.

Two benches, each with an engraved plate with the name of each lady, were recently installed on either side of one of the pathways on the Logan Public Library grounds.

The benches were donated by their spouses, Gary Altwegg and Gale Oviatt.

“We are so appreciative of the donation of memorial benches by the families of Sharol Altwegg and Linda (Koenig) Oviatt,” said Connie Johnson, Library director. “We know that the benches will be a lasting memorial to these wonderful women who were Library advocates.”

Both couples have lived in Logan for many years.

Read the rest of this feature story in the July 15 issue of your hometown newspaper, The Twiner-Herald!

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