Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma

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John Rudell Logan

Born: 12/14/1928

Died: 2/15/1997

Maiden Name: n/a

Honorific: n/a

John Rudell Logan was born on December 14, 1928 to W.F. Logan and Laura Potts Logan at Albion, Oklahoma and passed away on February 15, 1997 at the Choctaw Nation Indian Hospital.

He retired as a Superintendent for the Oklahoma Highway Department after having loyally served the state for 35 years.

He was a Sergeant in the Korean War and was awarded a Bronze Star.

He served and volunteered on many Choctaw Nation elections, as well as with local and county elections, He served on the Albion School Board for 20 years and was also a board member for Rural Water District # 2. He loved the town of Albion and the southeast area of Oklahoma.

He enjoyed the company of his grandchildren children, family and many friends. He enjoyed reading history, gardening and he was an avid sports fan. He was an outdoorsman, who held an appreciation for wildlife and nature.

He was very proud of his heritage and was researching his genealogy.

John is survived by his wife, Inez of Albion, and five loving children, three daughters and sons-in-law, Bobbie and Charlie Miller of Greenwood, Arkansas, Kathy and Jeff Fish of Albion and Charlene and Craig Hibbs of Durant, Oklahoma; two sons and daughters-in-law, Rick and Beverly Logan of Plano, Texas and Larry and Suzanne of Dallas, Texas; six grandchildren, Nicole Logan, Angelique and Christian Fish of Albion and Savannah Smith of Dallas; six sisters, Jewel Eden of Riverside, California. Glenna Creasy of Portland, Oregon, Erma Williams of New Mexico, Iva Mae Tubbs of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Eva Foster of Jacksonville, Florida and Lucille Keeney of Albion; three brothers, Raymond Logan of Cushing, Oklahoma, Bill Logan of Poteau, Oklahoma and Charles (Buck) Logan of Bailey, Mississippi and is survived by many cousins, nieces, nephews and numerous friends. He will be dearly missed by all.