WEST CHICAGO, Ill. — Shirley Mae Logan, 88, of West Chicago, formerly Dunbar, Wis., passed away peacefully Monday April 9, 2018, at Central DuPage Hospital in Winfield, Ill.
Beloved wife of the late John A.; loving mother of Daryl (Diane), Marilyn (Rich) Pollina, Linda (Jim) Andrews and Louise Johnson; cherished grandmother of Kathy (Greg), Daryl Jr., Paul (Cristin), John (Rachel), Stephanie (Brent), Jacquelin (Jack), Alex (Heidi), Jenifer, Jay (Kelly); great-grandmother of nine, Brooklyn, Henry, Molly, Troy, Paisley, Logan, John, Montrel, Bryce and one on the way; daughter of the late Evelyn (Potier) Plemel and Ernest Monroe and step-daughter of Frank Plemel; dearest sister of Carol (the late Paul) Sutek, Evelyn (the late Joe) French, Nancy (Clarney) Meyers, Frank, Dianne (Larry) Thull, Earl, Dennis (Judie), the late Maxine (the late Louis) Mech, the late Rex (the late Dory), the late Edward (Patricia); aunt and great aunt.
Shirley was a loving woman who spent her life caring and helping others. She was born in Marysville, Mo. When she was 1 she moved to Dunbar where she grew up with her 10 siblings. Her and her siblings helped pump gas at her parent’s gas station. She met John Logan in Dunbar and married in 1948 where they owned a farm. Shirley, John and their two children moved to Illinois in 1951 where John started a home construction business. She worked beside her husband building houses while raising their four children.
She loved gardening and sewing. In 1983 they retired back to Dunbar. John and Shirley enjoyed being a member of the American Legion with many of their childhood friends. Shirley enjoyed being secretary for the Women’s Auxiliary and helping make pies and selling them at the Fireman’s Picnic in Pembine, Wis. She spent the last 10 years of her life living in Franciscan Court Supportive Living in Illinois. Where she enjoyed spending time doing activities with the other residents and living close to her daughters.
Family and friends may call on Tuesday April 17, at Roubal Funeral Home in Wausaukee, Wis. from 3 p.m. until the time of the funeral service at 7 p.m. Pastor Gene Wickman will officiate.
Interment will be in the Pembine Cemetery at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, donations to a charity of your choice appreciated.
Roubal Funeral Home of Wausaukee is assisting the family with arrangements.