Mary Logan

September 16, 1929February 23, 2018

Mary E Logan affectionately know as “Tina” passed away in her Statesboro GA home with her son Hunter Logan at her side on Friday, February 23, 2018.

For sixty years Tina was the loving wife of John T Logan and will be buried by his side and her parents Harold O’Driscroll Hunter and Mary Ernestine Hunter at Cider Brook Cemetery, Avon CT in early May along with a memorial service.

She attend Ethel Walkers School, Bennington College, became a NYC fashion model then married John T Logan. They resided in Fairfield CT then moved to Farmington CT and in retirement to Savannah GA where a lot of her father’s family had resided.

Tina is survived by her five children: Karen Hunter Logan McDonald, John Thomas Logan Jr., Wright Hunter Logan, Susan Louis Logan Burden, and David Appleton Logan, and seven grandchildren.

Family, team sports, the arts especially sculpture, nature and wildlife and by all means dogs where just some of her passions of which she not only had great interest but excelled.

Her final years were spent with her son Hunter. They resided in Statesboro GA. Tina spent her time enjoying her doggie, home with lots of art, and yard with wildflowers, the Georgia country side with cotton and pecan trees, the wonderful impressive Georgia Southern University students that assisted her, and her spectacular gym in town that she regularly attended as one of the oldest and most cherished members. Her spirit and energy was an inspiration to many.

Please visit our online memorial at to sign the guest book and share fond memories with the Logan family.

Hodges-Moore Funeral Home is in charge of funeral arrangements.


  • Karen Hunter Logan McDonald, Daughter
  • John Thomas Logan Jr, Son
  • Wright Hunter Logan, Son
  • Susan Louis Logan Burden, Daughter
  • David Appleton Logan, Son
  • Mary leaves seven grandchildren to cherish her memory.


  • Private Funeral Services will be held in May

Mary Logan

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March 6, 2018

As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.

Ann Campbell

March 1, 2018

Roommates in Cluett, at the Ethel Walker School, we last saw each other about 17 years ago. I think of Tina often, wish we had been closer. She'll always be young and enthusiastic in my mind.