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Subject: [GAPOLK] Ga-Polk Co. Obituary (Logan)
Date: 17 Oct 2006 16:13:58 -0000

Polk County GaArchives Obituaries.....Logan, Caroline January 15, 2003
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The Cedartown Standard, Cedartown, GA., January 23, 2003
Caroline Sue Queen Logan, 80, of 223 Columbia Ave. Cedartown, passed away
Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2003 in a Rome hospital. She was born March 30, 1922 in
Cedartown where she had resided most of her life. She received her business
degree from Gadsden State Business College, Gadsden, Al. She was an active
member of the First Baptist Church of Cedartown where she was a member of the
WomenÂ’s Bible Sunday School Class. She taught Sunday School Youth II and
College/Career girls in her earlier years. She was retired from Diamond-
Shamrock Nopco Chemical Division of Cedartown and later was employed at Burgess
Insurance Services and Reece Barrett Used Cars. Mrs. Logan received Special
Presidential Recognition in 1997 for her service during World War II on the
Cedartown Draft Board. She was preceded in death by her parents, Alberta
Hackney Queen and Adolphus Queen; her husband, Haywood Jackson Logan; brother,
Frank Pershing Queen; half-brother, Willie Welch Queen; sisters, Margaret
Louise Queen Bradfield, Evelyn Jo Queen Langford and Lillian Floriede Queen
Blechinger. She is survived by her daughter, Hannah Logan Smithson Chambley of
Rome, her step-grandson, Phillip W. Chambley, Jr., of Silver Creek. Several
nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews also survive. Memorial services
were held Saturday at 3 p.m. in the Chapel of the Gammage Funeral Home of
Cedartown with Dr. David Taylor and Rev. Wayne Benefield officiating. The
interment followed in Greenwood Cemetery. Honorary Pallbearers: Frank Burgess,
Jr.; Brad Burgess, John Teat, Herb Johnson, Leroy Matthews, and Reece Barrett
in Lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made at the First Baptist
Church, 101 North College St., Cedartown, Ga. Or to the American Diabetes
Association. Gammage Funeral Home of Cedartown had charge of the arrangements.
(The Cedartown Standard, Cedartown, GA., January 23, 2003)

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