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Chapel Hill Funeral Home & Memorial Gardens

8701 Northwest Expressway, Oklahoma City, OK

OBITUARY

Maurine Valentine Logan

February 14, 1931January 30, 2020
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Maurine Valentine Logan, 88, passed away, January 30, 2020. She was born February 14, 1931, in Eugene, Oregon the daughter of Julius and Helen Bushnell. Maurine was a homemaker and enjoyed taking care of her grandkids.

Maurine was preceded in death by her parents Julius Bushnell, mother Helen Helvey and step father John Helvey, husband Olie Logan, daughters Sheren Wyatt, Marlene Fullerton, Sandy Houdman, Joan Logan; son John Logan, two brothers and one sister.

Maurine is survived by her daughters Arlene O’Brien, Debbie Neumann (Jerry), Mary Hughes (Johnnie), Helen Sisco (Dean), Linda Logan (Woody) and son Steven Logan (Karen), 19 grandkids and 34 great grandkids.

Visitation will be Tuesday evening from 4-8 p.m. Funeral services for Maurine will be Wednesday, February 5 at 2 pm at Chapel Hill Funeral Home with interment in Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens.

  • FAMILY

  • Julius Bushnell, Father (deceased)
  • Helen Helvey, Mother (deceased)
  • John Helvey, Step Father (deceased)
  • Olie Logan, Husband (deceased)
  • Sheren Wyatt, Daughter (deceased)
  • Marlene Fullerton, Daughter (deceased)
  • Sandy Houdman, Daughter (deceased)
  • Joan Logan, Daughter (deceased)
  • John Logan, Son (deceased)
  • Arlene O'Brien, Daughter
  • Debbie Neumann (Jerry Neumann), Daughter
  • Mary Hughes (Johnnie Hughes), Daughter
  • Helen Sisco (Dean Sisco), Daughter
  • Linda Logan (Woody Logan), Daughter
  • Steven Logan (Karen Logan), Son
  • Maurine was preceded in death by two brothers and one sister.


    Maurine will forever be cherished by nineteen grandchildren, and thirty-four great grandchildren.
  • PALLBEARERS

  • Justin Hughes, Pallbearer
  • Cody Lind, Pallbearer
  • Richard Logan, Pallbearer
  • Jack Neumann, Pallbearer
  • Dustin Sisco, Pallbearer
  • Korey Sisco, Pallbearer

Services

  • Visiation Tuesday, February 4, 2020
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Memories

Maurine Valentine Logan

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Arlene Logan

February 5, 2020

I love my mom very much I remember spending time on great grandma Carrs farm with my mom in Oregon picking strawberries, blackberries making blackberry pie an Sunday dinners on the farm that was the best part of my child hood growing up. Also spending time with Great grandpa George Scott as well as always having my mother an her love of the world around us.

Korey Sisco

February 2, 2020

Death is but only a transition. One into ultimate peace, love, and harmony with all that is.
Meme (my maternal grandmother)...Rest In Peace. You are deserving of that and so much more. You always gave your love in your own unique way by taking care of everyone around you. That is a blessing to bring back to god/source/creator of all that is. I love you so much for taking care of me as a kiddo. I appreciate having the opportunity to be there in your room when you passed on, even under the circumstances at play in the room at the time. As one of your grandchildren told me while walking out of the hospital, you were probably comforted by the chaos. It was a norm for you. I hoped that there would be sacredness in the room as you passed on, but it didn’t happen that way, and that’s okay. You and god had other plans for how you were heading out. Surrounded by your children and a few grandchildren.
Again I appreciate having the opportunity to be there to see your last breath, it’s a sacred honor. I feel as though your soul created a peace for me as soon as you passed on. I was anxious and uncomfortable in that room with what was going on and you/god/something took away my anxiety as if it were never there to begin with. This does not even mention what I was given the opportunity to witness with my own eyes. While looking into your face the day and moments before you passed I saw things I can’t begin to explain or understand and I believe it was a blessing to witness.
There’s a sacredness in the act of dying that has been removed from our society/culture and that’s disappointing. In small acts like these of holding space for the dying with love and peace we can bring about a society that is comfortable with this transformational process.
Go in grace, go in peace, go in love.
You are loved and I’ll see you when I wake up.

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