Marsha Logan


I was born April 25, 1957, in Warren, Pa., to Dr. Joseph and Emily Mull.

I grew up on Church Street in Sheffield and graduated from Sheffield High School and the Warren County VoTech School in 1975 and from Jamestown Business College in 1978.

On Sept. 8, 1978, I married John “Sparky” Logan in a small ceremony in Sheffield.

In February of 1979, I took a job with United Refining Company and worked there for 42 years until my illness forced me into early retirement.

I loved the outdoors. I enjoyed long walks with friends, hiking, biking, kayaking (paddling NOT floating), swimming, day trips, family vacations, and any kind of live music. Over the years, I volunteered with the North Warren PTA, North Warren cub scouts, Allegheny River Clean Up, Make A Wish of Western PA, Hospice of Warren County, and the Warren Library.

I am survived by the love of my life, John Logan and two children: Jessica (Charles) Carnes, Erie, Pa., and Phillip (Nikki) Logan, Edinboro, Pa.; two precious grandsons: Marshall and Harrison Logan, who brought a smile to my face every day. A am also survived by my four siblings: Sue (Dennis) Mull, Pittsburgh Pa., Dr. Jeff Mull, Corvallis, Ore., Linda (Walt) Elmquist, Sheffield, Pa., and Dr. John (Anne) Mull, Eden, Utah; former sister-in-law, Pam Lyle; brother-in-law, Larry (Caroline) Logan; a crowd of nieces and nephews and many dear friends who have supported me through my journey.

My wish is to have a celebration of life at Chapman Dam State Park, no matter what the weather. Casual dress for all – an outdoor party if you will. Service will be announced at a later date.

Donations should be made to North Warren Fire Dept, Make A Wish of Western Pa., or Warren Library Association.

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