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Grand Army of the Republic Cemetery

Miami, Ottawa County, Oklahoma

Nadine (Groom) Logan
©Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise
Bartlesville, OK
Submitted by: Tammie Chada

Nadine Groom Logan (March 19, 1920 July 20, 2015) longtime resident of Bartlesville and Dewey, Oklahoma passed away peacefully after a brief illness on July 20th at her home in Woodstock, Georgia. She is survived by her son Guy Logan and his wife Sally, of Woodstock, her nephew and niece, Paul Cook, Jr. and family and Carolyn Cook Sweeney and family, both of Baxter Springs, Kansas, nephews Kevin and Brian Groom, both of Wichita, Kansas, her grandchildren Deborah Logan Kennington and family of Moore, Oklahoma, Amy Hill and family of Owasso, Oklahoma, Brad Logan and family of Woodstock, Georgia and Kevin Logan and family of Holly Springs, Georgia, 7 great-grandchildren, 9 great-nieces and great-nephews, and 20 great-great nieces and great-great nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, her brothers Howard and Guy, her sisters Maxine and Marie, her niece Ethel, and her great-grandson Ian.

Nadine was born in Picher, Oklahoma to Flossie and Guy Groom on March 19th, 1920. She attended school in Picher, graduating valedictorian of her class in 1937. After attending Miami Business College, she moved to Washington D.C. and then to Chicago where she lived and worked for several years before returning to Miami, Oklahoma in 1945 after a brief marriage. She moved to Bartlesville, Oklahoma to raise her son and begin a career with Phillips Petroleum Company in 1947. She worked in the R&D group and the Research Library. Nadine retired from Phillips after 25 years and moved from Bartlesville to Dewey, Oklahoma with her sister Marie. She remained active with First Baptist Church of Bartlesville, OK Mozart, and the BOK Activity Center before moving to Woodstock to spend more time with her son in 2008. She was active at First Baptist Church of Woodstock up through the July 4th holiday of this year.

She was beloved by all of her family and many friends and will be missed by all. In lieu of flowers or gifts, please send donations to (K) House, Home of Hope 1026 3rd St in Miami, Oklahoma 74354.

There will be memorial services in Woodstock, Georgia on Friday, July 24th after which she will be returned home to Miami, Oklahoma for services and burial on Monday July 27th. Services in Miami will be at Paul Thomas Funeral Home at 10am with interment at G.A.R. cemetery at 11am.

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