Obituaries detail

Jerry Wayne Logan
Dec 06,1948---May 15,2018

Jerry Wayne Logan was born on December 6, 1948. He was the youngest of nine children. Jerry graduated from Washington High School, with the class of 1966. He joined the United States Navy where he served our country for four years on the USS John F. Kennedy. He retired from Folger Coffee Company after many years of dedicated service.

 

Jerry Wayne Logan and Evelyn Louise Simpson first met in second grade at White Church. It wasn’t love at first sight, but they discovered each other later on in high school, and a year after graduation, they were married. The marriage dissolved after eight years, but then twenty-two years passed, and their paths crossed again, resulting in them remarrying on April 27, 1999. The couple recently celebrated their 19th wedding anniversary, with a very special lunch date.

 

Jerry was also blessed with a daughter from a previous marriage, named Matty Jill Magel (Logan). He loved to steal words and phrases from his daughter like, “Dude,” “Cool Beans,” and “Whatever!” They spent many of the last thirteen years meeting for lunch each week.

 

Jerry was diagnosed last June with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma cancer and endured many rounds of chemo treatment in hopes of being victorious in his battle with the disease. He will be remembered by his loved ones as one of the strongest and most courageous men they have ever known. He battled and bounced back every time the chemo knocked him down. Sadly, he was admitted to Shawnee Mission Medical Center on May 9th, 2018, which would be his last stent in the hospital. He never complained and was an excellent patient; however, he passed away on Tuesday night May 15, 2018, at the age of 69.

 

Jerry was preceded in death by his parents, (Helen Louise and William Everett Logan), his sister (Ruth H. Shuler), his brother (William K. Logan), his sister (Mary P. Shuler), his brother (Robert D. Logan), and his step-son (James A. Reeves).

 

Jerry is survived by his loving wife - Evelyn Louise Logan, his daughter - Matty Jill Magel (Logan), son-in-law - Matthew L. Magel, his grandchildren - Cassidy L. McDaniel, Aaron J. Logan, Mitchell L. Magel, and Morgan A. Magel, his siblings: - sister Peggy S. Mustin, brother - John W. Logan, and sister-in-law -  Mary Jo Logan, as well as, sister - Betty L. Mohamed, and brother-in-law - Talaat Mohamed, and brother - Thomas E. Logan, and sister-in-law - Linda Logan.  

 

Funeral Service will be held on Friday May 25, 2018, at 9:45am, at Leavenworth National Cemetery on 150 Muncie Road, Leavenworth, KS 66048. (this is not on the military base, see map below).

 

A gathering will follow at IHOP in Lansing, KS, 484 N Main St., Lansing, KS  66043.

 

Additional Service:
Graveside Service
Location:
Leavenworth National Cemetery
Address:
150 Muncie Rd.
City:
Leavenworth
State:
Kansas
Zip Code:
66048
Date of Service:
May 25 ,2018
Time of Service:
9:45 am
Additional Information:
No Additional Information Added
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Condolences

Sandie Gibbons May 21 ,2018

Aunt to Matty ,Kansas City ,Missouri

Matty we are so sorry for your loss. Our parents are such an important part of our lives. Terry and I are here when you need it. With all our love and sympathy. Sandie and Terry.

Debbie Smith (Deller) aad Paul May 22 ,2018

Friend ,Shawnee ,Kansas

Evelyn, Paul and I send our love and prayers with sympathy for your loss. We would love to hear from you if you want to reconnect.

Ed Oliver May 22 ,2018

Friend ,Kansas City ,Missouri

Evelyn, I am so sorry for your loss. I didn't even know that Jerry was sick. Our prayers are with you and your family at this time.

Christy Pennington Jun 06 ,2018

sister to sister N law Linda ,SPRING HILL ,Florida

I am so sorry for everyone's loss. Jerry was a wonderful man. He was witty, smart, stedfast,sweet, so sweet. I know he is having supper with Jesus and studying with the best. God is calling His people home and recruiting them into His Army. God Bless you Jerry.