In Memory of

Glenda Louise Logan

May 30, 1947 - December 22, 2018


Glenda L. Logan, 71 of Kansas City, MO passed away December 22, 2018, in the presence of her family and her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.  She was born in Kansas City, MO on May 30, 1947.

Glenda graduated from Ruskin High School, Southwest Baptist University and earned a master degree in children’s literature from UMKC.  Glenda taught elementary education and was an accomplished and published author of poetry and prose for both children and adults. She was a member of Missouri Prairie Chapter DAR and Connection Point – Raytown Campus Church.

She was preceded in death by her father, Glen V. Milum.  She is survived by her husband, Raymond H. Logan of the home; her daughter, Kamber J. Frost of Peculiar, MO; her mother, Selma L. Milum of Chillicothe, MO;  her sisters, Sandra L. Woodside (Frank) of Independence, MO and Denise J. Parsons (Wayne) of Lincoln, MO;  four grandchildren; uncles, Bud E. Orchard of Blue Springs, MO and David J. Milum (Kitty) of Wilton Manors, FL; as well as many other relatives and friends.

A private service will be held at a later date at Connection Point-Raytown Campus Church.  The family suggest memorial contributions to the charity of your choice.


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Glenda was a beautiful, creatively gifted and courageous woman. I’m so very grateful that God chose to put our friendship together that very first day of college at Southwest Baptist. We were roommates throughout all of our college years and enjoyed many adventures together. I am missing my “roomie” but know she is enjoying time with our Lord Jesus.

I have so many wonderful memories of Glenda and our college years. She was a suite mate and we did lots of bike riding and sun bathing during those years. I know she loved the Lord and I know I will see her there. Another favorite memory is traveling to Hannibal, Mo. for a friends wedding, helping in her wedding, getting together when we had little ones around and were in K. C. Over the years we didn’t see as much of each other as would have liked, but I have fond memories of the times we did get together.


Langsford Funeral Home
115 SW 3rd St
Lee’s Summit, MO 64063