Sarah-Logan-Obituary

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Sarah Henderson Logan

Hampton, Virginia

May 2, 1926 – May 16, 2012

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Parklawn-Wood Funeral Home Obituary

Sarah Henderson Logan, 86, passed away on Wednesday, May 16, 2012. She was born in Elmore County, Alabama and was a resident of Hampton. Sarah was preceded in death by her husband, Harry R. Logan, Jr.; parents, William A and Lucy C. Henderson; brothers, William A. and James C. Henderson;...

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Greg, So sorry to hear of your Mothers passing. She was such a beautiful lady and a class act always. I know you will miss her. Your love and care for her showed to all who knew you both. I will be thinking of you during these dark days that follow. Have faith that she is in a better place and watching over you.
Take care of yourself.
Donna Meland

The passing of a loved one can be so difficult, but those special memories are everlasting and can be a comfort. The special memory I have was a heartfelt conversation that I had with her one day when stopping by to she how she was. We mostly talked about family, but it was warming in that we found comfort in sharing both thoughts and memories. We normally didn't talk much or for very long, but this particular day we exchanged words longer than we ever had. It was a great time and it shall...

I have such fond memories of Mrs. Logan and also her husband, Mr. Logan. I would often stop by their home when I was child just to chat and I was always so warmly welcomed and received. Mrs. Logan has left quite a legacy, not just in her children, but in the lives of many others that her kindness touched. I know that she will be sorely missed by all who loved her, but I pray you find consolation in remembering her life well lived and comfort in the arms of Jesus.

I had the pleasure of knowing Col Logan and his wife over 40 years. Col Logan was a gentleman before he was commissioned and made a gentleman by an act of congress. I remember the countless hours Ginger gave to the Officer Wives Club when they did their annual jewery event. Although we wil all missed her I know she is happy to joining her Colonel.. My deepest sympathy and prayers to go out to the family. May she rest in peace..

Ginger was a dear friend and a beloved neighbor. I will always remember our time together.

With great regret Rich and I extend our condolences to the Logan family. We have enjoyed Ginger and Harry's acquaintance over many years. I especially enjoyed baking corn muffins and sharing them with Ginger. We will truly miss her. Linda and Rich

The Logan Family,
Ginger was a great neighbor and friend. She loved working in the yard, which looks so great. I will really miss her,but I know she is with the love of her life "Harry".
Nora,Madison and Gary Terry

Harry, Greg, Kevin and Logan Family. Ginger always brightened my days with her sweet smile and kind words. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her. I am so very proud to be able to have called her my friend all theses years.

I met Ginger last year. She had the gift of making one feel immediately at ease. I enjoyed her gift of lovely graciousness; yet, at the same time, she had a wonderful way about her of being down to earth. My condolences to the family and to all who knew and loved her.