Logan, MarilynMarilyn Jean (Yowell) Logan, died peacefully at home on October 12, 2017. She was born August 10, 1928 to Hoyt and Kathryn Yowell and grew up with brothers Hoyt Jr and Jerry in the East Campus neighborhood in Lincoln. Marilyn graduated from Northeast High in 1946 where she made lifelong friends. On October 15, 1949 she married her best friend’s brother, Franklin Logan.

Marilyn and Frank raised their family in Lincoln and Ralston. She was a loving wife and mother and made a welcoming home for family and friends, always including those who needed comfort and companionship. Marilyn loved her many cats and dogs, to read and garden, and especially enjoyed traveling, often riding on the back of Frank’s motorcycle.

Marilyn is survived by her husband Frank; children Frank Jr. (Vicki), and Kay (Randy Peters); grandchildren, Sarah Lyons (Justin), Dan Logan, Will Peters (Callie), and Tessa Peters; 12 great grandchildren; sister, Mary Jane Parker (Dick); many nieces, nephews and in-laws.

Inurnment at Wyuka Cemetery, Lincoln NE. Private family services. Memorials may be directed to the Capital Humane Society. 

2 Responses to Marilyn Jean Logan

  1. Nancy Sedlak says:

    Hello Frank and family,
    This is Dale and Nancy across the street. So so sorry to hear about the loss of Marilyn, we all had some great neighborhood times together and think of you often, you are all in our thoughts and prayers.
    Love,
    Dale and Nancy Sedlak

  2. Michael says:

    Dear Logan family. I am so sorry to have read of the death of Marilyn. Please accept my sincere condolences. I would like to share something that I have personally found to be comforting. It is found in the Bible at John 5:28, 29 and Revelation 21:4. These verses tell us that soon God is going to bring about a resurrection of our dear loved ones as well as do away with all causes we have for suffering, including sickness and death. Knowing this has always comforted me and it is my hope that these thoughts will comfort your family also.

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