Obituary of Le Thi Xuan Mai Logan
Le Thi Xuan Mai “Mai Le” Logan, 77, of Yuba City, peacefully passed away on July 4, 2023, in her home.
Mai Le was born near Saigon, Vietnam, on September 2, 1945. In 1967, Mai Le met Robert while he was stationed in Vietnam. After a two-year courtship, Robert and Mai Le married on October 28, 1969, and shortly after, Mai Le immigrated to the United States. One of Mai Le’s most valuable achievements was when she became a US Citizen in 1974; she would brag and speak proudly of being an American. Mai Le studied various academic areas at Yuba College,with art and history being her favorite subjects. Throughout her working years, Mai Le held various jobs in the fruit and nut-packing industry, working her way up to supervisory positions.
In her last occupation, Mai Le retired after 15 years working at Target’s Distribution Center in Woodland.
Mai Le’s most challenging mission was her role as a military and veteran spouse, contributing to the efforts of Robert to serve her new country. A faithful servant, Mai Le gave back to the community any chance she could get. She taught all skills and ages Tai Chi and Tae Kwon Do for a few decades in the Yuba-Sutter area. More recently, you could catch a peek of Mai Le enjoying Zumba dancing at InShape Gym a few days a week. Love for her native Vietnam was paramount to Mai Le, where she wished to see democracy and freedom take root. She was veryinvolved in writing and singing folk songs and poems centered around love during special events for the Vietnamese diaspora of Northern California.
Mai Le is survived by her husband, Robert Logan, son Chris Logan, daughter Katrina Logan,sister Tam Nguyen, and grandchildren, Brittany Logan and Blake Logan.
Pallbearers will be Chris Logan, Blake Logan, Vern Sorenson, and Jake Eulburg.
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The family of Mai Le wishes to extend our sincere thanks to the doctors and nurses of Rideout Memorial Hospital and UC Davis Medical Center, Freedom Hospice, and the Trinity Anglican Church, church family.