Wesley Eugene Logan

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Wesley Eugene Logan

Taylors

Wesley Eugene Logan, 94, of Taylors, South Carolina, died Tuesday July 8, 2014.

He was born in Newman Grove, Nebraska. He served during WWII in the Army Air Corp and married his childhood sweetheart Margaret (Margee) Laverne Logan on December 9th 1943. In 1960, they moved to San Jose, California where they owned their own rug and upholstery business for 25 years. They enjoyed their retirement and traveled in the United States visiting family and friends. After Margees' death in 2009, he moved to Taylors, South Carolina to be near his son and family.

Left to cherish his memories his only son, Douglas Eugene Logan and wife Missy of Taylors, South Carolina; sister, Betty Jo Davis and husband Allan of Silver City, New Mexico; grandchildren: Marney Joy King and husband Kevin of Loganville, Georgia, Dr. Joshua Eugene Logan and wife Dr. Stacey Logan of Anchorage, Alaska, Abigail Marie Washington and husband Robert of Clarkesville, Georgia; two stepgrandchildren: Carolyn Swift Furdek and husband Joe of Louisville, Kentucky and John Benjamin Harris and wife Lindsay of Acworth, Georgia; 11 great-grandchildren; nieces: Joni Johnson of Centennial, Colorado, Joyce Sandin of Columbia, Missouri, Lori Gay Winchester of San Pedro, California, Michele Hay and husband Scott of Gilbert, Arizona; and nephews: Merlin Johnson of Norwood, Colorado, Dr. Pete Peterson and wife Beverly of Oakland, Nebraska, David Logan and wife Holli of Washington Crossing of Pennsylvania, Todd Logan and wife Micky of Salem, Oregon.

A Celebration of Life Service will be held Saturday, July 12, 2014 at 4pm at Redeemer Lutheran Church, 300 O'Neal Rd, Greer, South Carolina.

Family requests that in lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Wes's name to the Redeemer Lutheran Youth Fund.

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Published in The Greenville News on July 11, 2014
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