Wanda Lee Bush

Wanda L. Bush 1952 - 2018

Wanda Lee Bush, beloved mother, daughter, sister, aunt and friend, passed away in Holladay, UT.

She was born in Salt Lake City, Utah to Ralph J. Murri and Gwendella Earl, graduated from Highland High School in 1970, and attended the LDS Business College afterwards. Married to H. Lane Logsdon (divorced) and Jon Bush (divorced).

Wanda worked in the Travel Industry for over 35 years and love having the ability to travel the world. Some of her favorite places to travel to were the beaches of Hawaii and Lake Powell, where she enjoyed spending summers vacations, camping and boating with friends and family. Though she loved flying off to a distant country, a good adventure on a road trip was never passed up. There was never enough time to see all she wanted to see.

Wanda had a great personality, an infectious laugh and a beautiful smile that will be missed.

Survived by her children Andrea Lee (Tyler) Brawley and Howard Peter (Kim) Logsdon, mother Gwen Murri and 5 siblings, Lynn (Sandi) Murri, Jolene (Gary) Porter, Robert (Judy) Murri, Douglas (Michael) Murri, Cindy (Todd) Powers and 13 nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by her father, Ralph, and brother, Marty.

Memorial Service will be held at Cottonwood 16th LDS Ward (1750 E Spring Lane, about 5200 S in Holladay, UT) on Friday, June 15th from 4pm to 7pm. Private graveside service to be held at a later date.


  • Andrea (Tyler) L Brawley, Daughter
  • Howard Peter (Kim) Logsdon, Son
  • Gwen Murri, Mother
  • Lynn (Sandi) Murri, Brother
  • Jolene (Gary) Porter, Sister
  • Robert (Judy) Murri, Sister
  • Douglas (Michael) Murri, Brother
  • Cindy (Todd) Powers, Sister
  • Ralph J. Murri, Father
  • Marty Murri, Brother
  • Wanda is also survived by 13 nieces and nephews who will miss her greatly.


  • Memorial Service Friday, June 15, 2018

Wanda Lee Bush

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Missy Riffle

June 15, 2018

Oh Wanda! I’m happy for you to be reunited with many you had lost but sorry for your friends and loving family that will miss you here. Thanks for your love of dogs and family and always smiling even when times were tough. You always were willing to give advice on Cobo or any destination and were loved by many of your clients. Sorry to your family for the loss.

Kim Brown

June 14, 2018

My Dear Wanda, I’ll always remember you working in your yard, enjoying your dogs, planning a BBQ and floating out in the middle of Lake Powell with your sun visor on and your children in your arms. You taught me the joys of gardening and the pleasure of sitting on the front porch chatting with neighbors. Thank you for the love, support and friendship you gave our family.

Michelle Walker

June 14, 2018

I am so sorry to hear about Wanda. I remember all the fun times we had in high school! Her laughter and sense of humor were contagious.

Lisa Sabato

June 14, 2018

Dear Andrea and Peter, I have such sweet memories of your Mom. From arranging playdates to spending every Christmas morning together. Her smile and laughter lit up the room. In more recent years she always told me how proud she was of you both and how much she loved you. She will be greatly missed and never forgotten.

Aimee Morgan

June 14, 2018

Wanda had this laugh that would get everyone in the room laughing, I can still hear it when I think about it, makes me smile. I loved hearing her stories about her adventures. I am so happy that she was able to travel and see the world. She is now free to spread her wings and explore even more, Wanda will be missed in my heart and in my thoughts and many fun and found memories. But never forgotten. I’m praying peace for her family and all of the other lucky people who knew this beautiful soul.