Savannah — (WSAV)
Friends and colleagues of Don Logana are still in shock over his death. They’re sharing stories of how they’ll remember him.
The popular WTOC Anchor/Reporter was hired 12 years ago and his career took off. Colleagues say Logana had a true passion for the Savannah Community, he loved helping people, and was dedicated
to getting the great story. But, more importantly, Logana loved children.
He helped raise awareness for several organizations close to his heart like the Savannah AMBUCS.
Those who knew him best say Logana’s true legacy will be his commitment to helping others.
“He just loved being a part of this community, and through the charitable stuff, or hanging out downtown or emceeing events, I think those are the things that will really be his legacy,” says Larry Silbermann, Vice President and General Manager of WTOC.
“He didn’t just help us raise money, he helped us raise awareness,” says Kevin Sheehan with Savannah AMBUCS.
Logana was also an advocate for MS Research.
He is a native of Syracuse, New York.