Doris Jean Campbell Logan
Published 11:01 am Thursday, August 10, 2017
Doris Jean Campbell Logan, daughter and first child born to Luther and Alberta Campbell of Oxford, Mississippi, was born November 1, 1937. She esteemed the position as the first born, and became the self-proclaimed “president” of her family and dutifully served as the Commander in Chief of her family and on family matters.
On Thursday, August 4, 2017, around 1:00 p.m., God sent down His Heavenly angel to deliver Doris into His arms. She simply closed her eyes in blessed peace and tranquility amid family and friends. God plans everything perfectly. He planned that Doris would leave her earthly home on the same day as her daddy, who left his earthly home on August 4, 1995.
Doris received her grade school education in the public schools in Lafayette County. In 1958, she graduated from Oxford Training School (later changed to Central High School) During this time she captured the heart of Judge Lee Logan of Abbeville; and, on January 24, 1959, they were united in holy matrimony. They were blessed with four children: Carolyn Annette, Bobby Glenn, Julius Byron and Denise Rochelle.
Doris was a member of Providence United Methodist Church in Abbeville where she served as chairman of the Communion Committee. Also, she was a member of the United Methodist Women and the Heroines of Jericho.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Luther and Alberta Campbell; brother, James Ray; sister, Robessie; beloved aunt, Elnora Young and devoted son-in-law, Melvin Joe Reed (“Hobo”).
Doris is lovingly remembered by: her devoted husband of 58 years, Judge Lee Logan of Abbeville, MS; three sons, Bobby Glenn Logan (Daphne) of Memphis, TN, Julius Byron Logan (Tracy) of Oklahoma City, OK and Demond Logan of Oxford; three daughters, Carolyn L. Reed of Mound Bayou, MS, Denise Moore of Memphis, TN and Brenda Luckett of Clarksdale, MS; two brothers, Ben Campbell (Estella) of Memphis, TN and L. C. Campbell (Jeannie) of Chicago; one sister, DeVoyce C. Morris (Rogers) of Mound Bayou, MS; eightGrandchildren; five Great Great Grandchildren; a Goddaughter; and many other family members and friends.
Funeral services are set for Saturday, August 12, at 11:00 a.m., at the Tallahatchie Oxford Missionary Baptist Association building, 20 Highway 334, Oxford, MS, with viewing on Friday, August 11, 2017 from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. at L. Hodges Funeral Service, 38F Highwsy 334, Oxford MS, L Hodges Funeral Service is in charge of arrangements.