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Clarence “Wayne” Logan was born to the late George W. and Maggie Logan in Vinton County, Ohio on August 8, 1957. After a lengthy illness, God called Wayne, as he was affectionally known home on June 13, 2018. Wayne was the youngest of 18 children.
Wayne is preceded in death by his parents, brothers; George, James, Otis, John, Joe, and Nathaniel, sisters; Betty Yarbough, Mary Collins, Georgia Combs, Brenda Logan, Jessie Rossier, and Emma Spotts.
Wayne was educated in the Vinton County School District. For a while he lived in Chicago, Illinois before moving to Columbus. He worked at CAMACO, teaching Head Start, driving the school bus and various other duties. He was a DJ at some of the local clubs and enjoyed every minute of it. He was a hard worker and believed if you don’t work, you don’t eat.
Wayne (AKA Too Sweet) enjoyed riding his motorcycle and belonged to different motorcycle clubs. He has many, many friends both here and in Vinton County and was well loved by all.
He joined the Mt. Vernon Avenue Baptist Church/Unity Baptist Church and was a faithful member until his passing. Wayne loved the Lord. He belonged to the Men’s Choir; Pastor H.O. Leftridge was his favorite pastor. He and Pastor Leftridge had a long, loving, lasting relationship.
Wayne leaves to cherish his memory a brother, Scott (Cheryl) Logan, Columbus, OH; a sister, Annie Laura Logan, Chicago, IL. Sons, Scott W. Darthard, Ricky J. Darthard, Daewyne T. Bass, Allen C. Barksdale, Dwayne M. Logan Barksdale, and Dejuan L. Knight. Daughters, Brandi Y. Darthard and Desha L. Knight along with a host of grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, and other relatives and friends that will deeply miss him.
He also leaves to cherish his memory some very special friends; Mae Logan, his sister-in-law, Neicy Cheatham, Barbara Cochran, HHA, and Ellie Kamala, HHNurse.
A service will be held to honor Wayne's life at Unity Baptist Church, 1358 Mt. Vernon Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43203 on Thursday, June 21, 2018 at 1 PM where family will accept friends from noon until time of service.