July 28, 1930 – December 13, 2018
Shirley passed away peacefully at her care home in Surrey, BC. Shirley lived a long and full life in several locations, with many hobbies and interests.
She was born in Chatham, Ontario to Hilda and Jack Kay. The family moved to Vancouver, BC where Shirley attended nursing school and met her first husband. The couple made their home in Portland, Oregon.
In 1979, Shirley moved to Seaside, Oregon where she worked as a nurse and then sold real estate, She enjoyed golf and traveling. She was involved with the Chamber of Commerce, the Seaside Ambassadors and was instrumental in founding Seaside and All That Jazz, which she then organized each year until her move to Canada.
Shirley married Harold Logan in 1992 and they resided in Vancouver, BC before moving to White Rock, BC. They spent many winters at their home in Mexico. In White Rock she was active with the jazz festivals and the Kent Street Seniors, where she organized the annual talent show for several years.
Music was an important part of her life. She was very involved in the Jazz community and attended many festivals throughout the years. She was an avid quilter, with a wonderful sense of colour, and also dabbled in other creative arts such as painting and jewelry making.
She is predeceased by her husband Harold Logan and is survived by her brother Douglas, his wife Jane, her children Karen, Eric, Victoria, Ross, Thomas and Rod, 12 grand children and
3 great grand children.
The family would like to thank the staff at the Harrison at Elim Village in Surrey for their kindness and care.
Celebration of Life to be held 1 pm March 30 at Free Church Unitarian, 1218 Harrison Ave, Blaine, WA.