Kathy Logan, 60 years of age, passed on Thursday, May 25, 2023 at her home in Aurora, CO. Kathy was born alongside her twin and best friend Karla on February 6, 1963 in Denver, CO to Margaret Logan and the late Roy Logan. She was one of five children and was preceded in death by her big sister Cassandra “Push-Up” Logan.
Kathy never married but she was blessed in 1999 with a daughter, Karlie. Kathy attended Catholic school as a child and graduated from high school at George Washington High in 1981. While in high school, Kathy worked at the now closed Mercy Hospital where she developed her strong work ethic and food preparation skills. She soon moved to Presbyterian/St. Luke Hospital where she started in food service and eventually worked her way up to Food Service Supervisor. Kathy worked in one capacity or another at PSL for 38 years.
Kathy loved to spend time with her daughter Karlie, her one and only grandson, Xavier, and the rest of the Logan, Brown, Harris, Madison, and Jones family. She was an excellent Spades partner and could cook better than most chefs. If you caught up with her after work, you better make it quick because she had to watch her stories that she recorded everyday so that she could keep up. And she would be sure to remind us all at family gatherings that no matter what her and Karla’s birth certificate says, Kathy was born first, not Karla, therefore she is the oldest, and don’t forget it. She was a loving and caring person, devoted mother, and friend, always thinking of others first. "To know her was to love her."
Kathy leaves to cherish her loving memory her child, Karlie, grandchild Xavier, mother Margaret, twin sister Karla, little sister Leslie, little brother David and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
Visitation will be on Thursday, June 8, 2023 from 12pm to 1pm. Celebration of Life to begin at 1pm. All services are at Horan & McConaty Family Chapel, 1091 South Colorado Boulevard, Denver, Colorado 80246.
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