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Agnes C. Logan, 86, of Parkville, MO, died peacefully on May 10, 2021, at Saint Luke’s Hospital, after a brief hospitalization.

She was born to Charles and Opal Burnfin on October 25, 1934, near Cross Timbers, MO. She attended several elementary schools and graduated from Latour High School in 1952, where she was valedictorian in a class of two.

She graduated from Central Missouri State College in 1955 and began teaching in the Park Hill School District that fall.

She taught second grade at Southeast Elementary for nine years and later taught as a substitute for many years.

It was at Park Hill that she met Francis E. Logan, who was working in maintenance at the school and later taught industrial arts.

They were united in marriage on June 15, 1963.

They had four daughters. Agnes was a member of Park Hill Baptist Church. She loved flowers, gardening and quilting.

She sewed many clothes for her children when they were growing up, many of matching fabric, and sometimes including an outfit for herself.

She is survived by her husband, Francis E. Logan of Parkville, MO; daughters, Patty Logan (Doug Cochran) of Leawood, Kansas; Rita (Rick) Seger of Eureka Springs, Arkansas; Nita (David) Barchus of Wheat Ridge, Colorado; and Nancy (Tim) Anderson of Lincoln, Nebraska; grandchildren, Calvin, Sal and George Cochran; brothers, Roy Burnfin of Lincoln, MO; Tom Burnfin of Holden, MO; Ray Burnfin of LaFayette, GA; and Ron Burnfin of Holden, MO; Tim’s daughter, Leah (Scott) Stanton and their children, Ben and Lucy, of Reston, Virginia; and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by brothers, Johnny and Mearl Jasper Burnfin.

Funeral services were held May 14 at Park Hill Baptist Church in Parkville with burial following at Rose Hill Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Harvesters Community Food Network, or Park Hill Baptist Church.

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