Wynell Crosby Logue, 87, of Brunswick, Ga., passed away Jan. 31 in San Antonio, Texas.
She was born May 1, 1930, in Baxley, Ga., to the late Thomas Stanton Crosby and Maybell Aldridge Crosby. After graduating from high school, she attended Georgia Southern University. Upon graduation, she taught at Dyal High School where she coached the girls basketball team. After teaching, she explored her passion as an airline stewardess, before moving to Brunswick in the 60s to work for Hercules Inc., where she retired after 25 years of service with the company. During that time, she was a member of American Business Women Association and co-edited the monthly bulletin.
Winnie was a member of First United Methodist Church where she was an active member of the Together Class and the Keen Agers Group.
After retiring, Winnie became very active in the community with several organizations. She served as a driver for the Road to Recovery patients, and worked with the CASA program. She also drove for a number of years for Nalley Honda and Carl Gregory dealerships. She started a home business to sell dancewear and dancing shoes, and applied the taps for the shoes. During this time, Winnie decided to take up line dancing. She danced with the Coastal Cloggers, Southern Pride Cloggers, Rainbow Express Cloggers and the Waynesville Cloggers.
She is survived by her son, David Keith Logue of Leon Valley, Texas; his fiancée, Nora del Rosario Gongora of Round Rock, Texas; three grandchildren, Marcella Nicole Logue of Galveston Island, Texas, and Tara Nicole and Alton Nicolas Logue, both of New Braunfels, Texas.
Mr. Logue would like to give special thanks to the following for their love, compassion and assistance with his mother. Amanda Henri, Ralph and Angela Luca, Kendall and Pam Bordelon, Cindy and Curtis Braddock, Karen Morris, Heather and Brad Strables, Julie McCarty, Mary Alice Logue, Joyce Strickland, Estelle Miller and Nora.
A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 17 at First United Methodist Church with the Rev. Jim McIlrath officiating.
Visitation will be held one hour prior to the time of service.
Memorial donations, in lieu of flowers, may be made to the organization/charity of choice.