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  1. Nell Hegefeld at |

    I worked at the McLennan County Courthouse for 26 years and the last 20 of those years for the Tenth Court of Appeals. Some of those last twenty years were with Katherine Logue and just like her daddy, a sweeter person would be hard to find. Judge Logue’s Christmas Candy was always a special treat. I’ve attempted to make them myself several times. They never tasted the same. Maybe, because I did not share them with as many as he certainly did. Judge Logue was one of the last of the old world gentlemen. I miss him.

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    1. Katherine Logue at |

      Nell, I bet yours taste just as good! Kat

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  2. Lisa Perry at |

    I went to law school with Kat (Katherine) Logue and had the great pleasure of meeting Judge Logue a couple of times. A more sweet, congenial, charming and loving family would be hard to find.

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    1. Katherine Logue at |

      Perry Child, we must have cleaned up real good for you! We weren’t that sweet!
      Kat

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  3. Tonia at |

    I make these with my dad every Christmas 🎄! Have for years, his mother’s recipe…the very same!

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  4. Ms dipper at |

    Thank you so much for this story. Judge Logue was larger-than-life and was one of the greatest humans to grace this earth. He taught me so much as a lawyer, but even more as a person. I’ve told Kat, if given the opportunity to serve as a successor to her father’s service in the 19th District Court, one goal will be to bring back Judge Logue’s candy tradition. Only this time, we outsource!! 💚

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    1. Susan Kelly at |

      Ok l!! That last comment is from Susan Kelly—I tried to follow the anti-spam rules to post the comment and i thought it told me to type the letters in the box—“ms dipper”. Now my comment shows it comes from Ms Dioper! 😂. When I started appearing in Judge Logue’s court, we didn’t have smart phones! I guess there are worse names than ms dipper. 💚🤪

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  5. Virginia Kearney at |

    Randy–I came across this article while doing some research. I love making candy at Christmas and will definitely have to try this recipe.

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