Larry M Logan

Larry M Logan, 81 of Ozawkie Ks. passed away on November,9 2020 at his assisted living facility in Topeka. Larry was born on October 20, 1939 in Norfolk Nebraska and relocated to Topeka when he was a child. He is survived by his long time companion Rosie Purvis of Topeka, 3 sisters, Debbie Whitfield , Ellen Ross, and Judy Fisher. 3 daughters, Robin Ramsey of Topeka, Randa Mitchell (Lucas) of Silver Lake Ks and Ronda Cook (Jeff) of Florida, 6 Grandsons and One Granddaughter and 8 Great-grand Children. Larry is the son of William and Goldie (Parker) Logan and is preceded in death by his wife of 50 years (YOD 2009)Clarice (Deever) and Son Russell Logan. Larry was retired from Goodyear where he built tires for 30 years. He loved fishing and loved his Chiefs Football and Nascar. There will be a Celebration of Life at a later date to be determined.

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  1. In the mid 1960’s when the neighborhood boys (Cooper, Foster, Robison and I) started driving cars we all hung out at Logan’s 66 station. Larry 5 years older than us was our go to guy for every problem we had with our hot rodded cars. Always helpful and friendly. As we turned 18 we started going to Larry and Chris’s house to play cards and throw horse shoes and drink the occasional beer. I remember all night fishing trips to Tuttle Creek. 4 years ago Billy Robison and I found Larry in Oakland and stopped to visit and after so many years of not seeing Larry it was just like old times laughing at the good times we had so many years before. My sincere Condolences to Larry’s family and friends.

  2. To Larry’s family I’m sorry for your loss. I only knew Larry for a short time but enjoyed visiting with him about the Chiefs. Larry had several great looking Chiefs gear and I would always comment about how sharp he looked in his Chiefs T-shirt and hats. Each week I would remind Larry about the time of the Chiefs game. I also enjoyed visiting with Larry about fishing and shared pictures of my son’s latest fishing trips.I’ll miss you Larry. Rest in peace Buddy.

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