Lucille C. (Baye) Logan was born on May 23, 1930 to Joseph and Madeline (Mausbach) Baye in Huron, South Dakota. She graduated from Iroquois High School in 1948. Lucille was employed in the Huron and Iroquois area before marrying Jack Logan at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Cavour, South Dakota on May 30, 1956. They farmed near De Smet, South Dakota and she resided there until she passed away at Dougherty Hospice House in Sioux Falls on July 23, 2015.
Funeral mass is scheduled for Monday, July 27th at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church in De Smet at 10:30 A.M. A visitation will be held on Sunday afternoon, July 26th from 5-7 P.M. and a rosary at 6:30 P.M. at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church in De Smet. The Osthus Funeral Home of De Smet is in charge of funeral arrangements.
Lucille will be remembered for her lifetime commitment to her faith and family, and compassion for others. She enjoyed visits from friends and family and looked forward to hosting family dinners and celebrating her grandchildren’s achievements.
Lucille’s survivors include two daughters: Judy (Alan) Cable of Lincoln, NE and Patricia Logan of Sioux Falls. Four granddaughters: Teresa Cable of Orlando, FL, Stephanie (Nathan) Herman of Hawkeye, IA, Laura Cable of Omaha, NE, and Abby (Ryan) Alfson of Topeka, KS. One grandson, Brendan Logan of Sioux Falls, and two great-grandchildren Aidan and Emily Herman of Hawkeye, IA. Lucille is also survived by her sister Genevieve Mattson of Gainesville, FL and two brothers, Myron (Mary Jean) Baye of Iroquois, SD, and Harry (Alvina) Baye of California. Also surviving her are her husband’s sisters Margaret Sulentic of Deadwood and Lucille VanValkenberg of Arizona, a brother-in-law Paul Logan of Mitchell and sisters-in-law Helen Logan of Rapid City and Margaret Logan of Belle Fourche. She is also survived by many nieces and nephews.
Preceding Mrs. Logan in death were her parents, her husband Jack on December 14, 2003, two sisters and their husbands Lorraine (Robert) Hofmann of Huron and Marcella (Al) Mendez of Florida, a brother Leon Baye of Iroquois, and brother-in-law Kermit Mattson of FL. Also preceding her was her brother-in-law and his wife Tom (Luetta) Logan of Florida, her sister-in-law and her husband Mary (Cal) Lammers of Sioux Falls, and her brothers-in-law Chuck Logan of Belle Fourche, Bill Logan of De Smet, and Joe Sulentic of Deadwood, and a sister-in-law Louise Logan of Mitchell, SD.
Memorials may be directed to the De Smet Volunteer Fire Department or St. Thomas Aquinas Altar Society.
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