Eula Mae, Logan, the daughter of the late Walter Geer and Julia Mae Evans Geer of Anderson South
Carolina departed this life to be with her lord savior on July 19th 2022.
Eula was born on October 4, 1941. She grew up in Anderson, South Carolina. and graduated from West Side High School of South Carolina. She accepted Christ early in her life attending and becoming a member of Welfare Baptist Church in Belton South Carolina. Eula moved to Boston with her three children Anthony Willie Logan, John Walter Logan, Mary Louise Logan and was a resident of Orchard Park in Roxbury. She worked at Boston Medical Center formerly Boston City Hospital Adolescent Center as a Senior Receptionist for over 30 years. She provided exceptional service with tons of love, compassion and unconditional support to everyone she came in contact with. There are hundreds of young people that referred to her as mom. Her amazing, comforting, loving and pleasant personality shined through to many of youths in need of support. She also continued her spiritual services to our Lord and Saviors through various local fellowships, serving as Sunday School Facilitator. She also played a big part in online prayer line services since the pandemic, providing inspirational faith to all that heard her voice. She received many awards from Boston Medical Center for her hard work and most importantly her sparkling personality. She formed life-long relationships with many co-workers and continued well after retirement. Eula lived a full life of love, joy, compassion and faith. Eula is now united with her, Husband James Willie Logan and companion Charles Thompson, parents Walter Geer and Julia Mae Evans Geer, and three other siblings. James, Walter Geer, Nathaniel Geer, Annie Luevenuie Frazier. In addition to many other love ones, family and friends who have move onto the after-life celebration. Eula leaves behind her three children Anthony Willie Logan, John Walter Logan, Mary Louise Logan, one surviving sibling Mary Virginia Frazier of Anderson South Carolina. 4 grandchildren,10 great grandchildren, many nieces and nephews here in Boston and Anderson, South Carolina.
Eula Lived a full life of love, joy, compassion, and faith.
She will be missed dearly.