Jennifer Louise Logan
”1977 - 2015”

    Jennifer Louise Logan

    "When I Must Leave You
    For a little while-
    Please do not grieve
    And shed wild tears
    And hug your sorrow to you Through the years,
    But start out bravely
    With a gallant smile
    And for my sake
    And for my name
    Live on and do
    All things the same,
    Feed not your lonliness On empty days,
    But fill each waking hour In useful ways,
    Reach out your hand
    In comfort and in cheer
    And I in turn will comfort you
    And hold you near
    And never, never
    Be afraid to die
    For I am waiting for you in the sky!"
      Helen Steiner Rice

      Jennifer Louise Logan
      38 went to be with her creator on June 4, 2015 at Integris Baptist Regional Medical Center.
      Jennifer was born January 21, 1977 to Sidney James and Ruby M. (White) Logan in Claremore, Oklahoma.
      Jennifer enjoyed life so much and had fun playing in pool leagues.
      She was a member of the Seneca-Cayuga Tribe of Oklahoma
      and also a member of the Cheyenne-Arapaho tribe. Jennifer is preceded in death by her father.
      Survivors include Jennifer’s mother: Ruby “Stick” M. (White) Sequichie,
      three sons Brandon Walker Logan, Nicholas Shane Arledge and Clayton James Schmidt.
      One daughter: AduAnn Johnson. Two brothers: Eric Shawn Logan and Curtis Leroy Logan. 2 grandchildren.
      Services were held 2:00 p.m. Sunday, June 7,2015 at the bassett grove cemetery with
      Paul Barton honoring her with Native American Rites. Head grave digger was Tom Chase.

Native American Indians

Child friendly site about American and Canadian Indians. 1400+ legends, 400+ agreements and treaties, 10,000+ pictures, free clipart, Pueblo pottery, American Indian jewelry, Native American Flutes and more.

Home Page Government History Genealogy Recipes Resources Current Events Contact