Marjorie Wanda Logi
November 25, 1925 – August 2, 2018
Marjorie Wanda Logi, 92, passed peacefully from this life on Thursday, August 2, 2018. Marjorie was a lifelong resident of Jenny Lind, AR and a member of Saints Sabina and Mary Catholic Church. Her husband, Louis Logi; son, Jimmy Logi; mother and father; and six brothers and sisters, preceded her in death. She is survived by son, John Logi and wife Janelle Logi of Midland, TX; grandson, Jason Logi and wife Gina; and great granddaughters, Jordan and Madison; granddaughter, Andrea Royal and husband Scott; and great grandsons, Cole, Brock, and Kurt Royal, all of Lubbock TX.
The funeral service will be Wednesday, August 8, 2018, at 10:00 am at Saints Sabina and Mary Catholic Church in Jenny Lind with burial to follow at Calvary Cemetery in Fort Smith under the direction Edwards Funeral Home.
Pallbearers will be Jason Logi, Jordan Logi, Andrea Royal, Cole, Brock and Kurt Royal.
- Louis Logi, Husband
- Jimmy Logi, Son
- John Logi and wife Janelle, Son
- Jason Logi and wife Gina, Grandchild
- Jordan Logi, Great Grandchild
- Madison Logi, Great Grandchild
- Andrea Royal and husband Scott, Grandchild
- Cole Royal, Great Grandchild
- Brock Royal, Great Grandchild
- Kurt Royal, Great Grandchild
- Marjorie was also preceded in death by her mother and father; and six brothers and sisters.
- Jason Logi, Active
- Jordan Logi, Active
- Andrea Royal, Active
- Cole Royal, Active
- Brock Royal, Active
- Kurt Royal, Active
- Funeral Service Wednesday, August 8, 2018
- Burial Wednesday, August 8, 2018
Marjorie Wanda Logi
August 11, 2018
Brian and I enjoyed having Marge as our neighbor for 10 years. She was wonderful to our children, who adored her. When our youngest son was born, she tied balloons to our fence and took out our trash while we were at the hospital. She mowed her grass and took down her own trash cans until she was far into her 80's. Marge was one of a kind. We are so sorry for your family's loss.
Brian and April Yocum
Jaime (Brannam) Goswick
August 9, 2018
I grew up in the house catty-cornered from Mrs. Logi in the 1980s-early 1990s. She was always very kind to the neighborhood kids, even letting some of us explore in the woods behind her house (there is a large rock back there with two really neat indentions in it that make it look like a giant cup holder).
She and my grandmother would often visit, as well as Mrs. Wright next door, and later Mrs. Wright's daughter Helen Faust.
After my family moved away, we all still tried to keep in touch, and even after I had grown up and married and had a family of my own, I would go by and visit when I could. I even clipped her hedges for her for a while, until I moved too far away for it to be practical.
Mrs. Logi was a sweet, sweet person. Stubborn and tough, but always so sweet. She is missed.
August 7, 2018
Johnny, Janelle, and family, so sorry to hear of Marjorie's passing. Wanted you to know I was thinking of you.