Scott Logan


Scott Logan, age 74, of Columbus, OH, passed away peacefully at home on December 12, 2019 with his devoted wife by his side. He was born November 17, 1945 in Logan, West Virginia to the late George W. and Maggie Logan.

He grew up in Gallipolis, Ohio and graduated from North Gallia High School in 1964. Shortly after he served in the United States Army, during the Vietnam War later receiving an honorable discharge. Before returning to the United States, Scott spent time living in Japan. Before moving to Columbus, Ohio in the 80s, Scott worked for the Philadelphia, PA school system. After working for 20 years, Scott retired from Columbia Gas of Ohio in 2002. After his first retirement, he joined the United States Postal Service retiring in 2012.

In 2013, he earned an Associate’s Degree in Computer Systems Administration from DeVry University.

Scott was a member of Pilgrim Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev. Dr. Elon Meeks where he served as a member of the Male Chorus and Mass Choir. He enjoyed traveling and singing with the “Gospel Recruiters” of Columbus, OH. Oh, how he loved the Lord and worshipped Him in song.

Scott enjoyed singing, riding and racing motorcycles, fixing old model cars and golfing. Scott, (aka Whiplash) was a retired member of the “Innkeepers” Motorcycle Club of Columbus, OH.

Scott is preceded in death by his parents George W. and Maggie Logan, brothers; George, James, Otis, John, Joe, Nathaniel and Clarence “Wayne”, sisters; Betty Yarbrough, Mary Collins, Georgia Combs, Brenda Logan, Jessie Rosser and Emma Spotts.

Scott leaves to cherish his memory his loving and faithful wife of 27 years, Cheryl L. Logan; daughters, Shameikia I. Smith, Columbus, OH and Dr. Nichelle M. Logan, Philadelphia, PA.; precious granddaughter Bree-An S. Smith, Columbus, OH.; sister Annie Laura Logan, Chicago IL., good and loyal friend Curtis Hunt; a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Visitation 12:00PM and Funeral Service 1:00PM Saturday, December 21, 2019 at Pilgrim Baptist Church 1080 E. Broad St.

Condolence Messages

  1. There are no words to express the sorrow in our hearts.
    Please accept our deepest sympathy. May the God of all comfort help you endure this time of sorrow.
    Truly sorry for your loss.

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