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Jo -Ann Logan

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March 23, 1954 - February 13, 2024

It is with heavy hearts we announce the sudden passing of Jo-Ann Edith Logan at the age of 69, on February 13, 2024.

Jo-Ann is pre-deceased by her loving parents Charles and Georgina, sister Georgina and brother-in-law Henry. Jo-Ann is survived by her three children Amber, Ashley, Quincy, grandchildren Gavin, Allysha, and AJ; sister Cathy (Jeff), nieces Danielle and Kristen and their families. Jo-Ann is also survived by Grant (Dani), her ex-husband and father of her three children. Jo-Ann is also survived by her fur baby grandson, Jimmy Dean.

Mom had a vivacious personality. Her never-ending sense of humour could always make people laugh, and light up every room. Mom loved making people laugh, and she enjoyed talking to people (and boy could she talk!) Some of mom’s passions were going out and walking. She could move faster than anyone. Mom also loved going to places like the Whiteshell and basking in nature, and hiking. Mom was a goer. She was independent and proud of it. She always told her loving children about her travels, and those she would encounter.

Mom was also an avid animal lover. She loved animals and treated them with respect and dignity. During the last 10 years of life she developed a particular love for guinea pigs, of which she had several, and loved taking care of them. Her biggest love was her miniature schnauzer Tiger, who she loved more than anything. Mom also loved playing card games and various other games with her children.

The family expresses gratitude to Ethical Death Care for their care and compassion during this difficult time. Also, the family would like to thank the staff at St. Boniface hospital for taking good care of mom during her final hours.

A small celebration of life will follow in the future.

We ask that instead of flowers, that people make a donation to a no kill animal shelter instead, as mom would have wanted that.

Mommy, you are at peace now. May you spend your time now surrounded by loved ones. We will see you one day.

Jo-Ann's family kindly requests that all of her friends and relatives take a few minutes to honour her memory by sharing photos, memories, and stories, using the comment section on this page.


Cremation & Life Celebrations

530 St. Mary Avenue - Winnipeg

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Comments (5)
Mar 09

Mommy, where do I begin? You were a feisty spirit; never took crap from anyone. You had an infectious laughter. Sometimes we'd be sitting there laughing our heads off for no reason at all. I'll miss your witty impersonations, and when you called me baby. I'll also miss our outings, and playing skip bo with you. I'll miss so many things, especially you. But I know I can't be selfish. You're at peace now. No more struggles mum. You're with god now, your loved ones, and all your fur babies. It isn't over. I know we'll see each other again. Not yet, but one day; and when we do we are going to dance to the oldies like we used to, and bask in each other's warm embrace

Mommy, sleep now. Take a rest. I love you.

Your loving daughter.


Mar 03

Jo jo was an impactful person! She left all who knew her or who had the pleasure of meeting her with some great life lessons. Be kind (talk to anyone) you never know who needs a pick me up, don't take yourself too seriously, laugh a lot even if things aren't going your way, and make everyday memorable! The world needs more Jo jo's. Her fiery, fun spirit will be greatly missed!

Our condolences to all who loved her!


Denise and Richard


Mar 03

Rest in peace Jo-Ann you had a personality like no other. Remembering the time you sprayed me with the hose when I was in your driveway, or the time you were going crazy because a grass hopper got into the house. You were there for me when I was going though a tough time. And who can forget the Tee hee hee you put on all your cards. Your in a better place now.


Feb 25

Hi Joey, you always said you had the "gift of the gab", but hey now it's my turn. (haha!) For two people who met in a bus shelter 36 yrs ago we had quite a time over the years. We shared laughs, tears, and adventure. Just about 3 weeks ago we were on the phone until 1:30 in the morning reminiscing about some of the times we had... you being lucky enough to go up on stage and hugging Roch Voisine, our birthday lunches we always did, our bus trips out to Selkirk, and how we went for long walks at night with your little fur boy Kirby leading the way. Those were some of our days of adventure and fun. Scotty as you called him will miss comparing the humorous t-shirts you had. He always remembers the t-shirt of Betty Boop and the slogan " Good girls go to Heaven, bad girls go to Vegas". He thinks back to when we would deliver and exchange Christmas gifts and you would come out with your Santa hat on or birthday times with a party hat on and blowing your party horn! Then next came a guinea pig wrapped in a towel. Joey was proud of her home but we were not allowed to walk on the stones in her front yard in case we messed them up. Well Joey I guess I should say till we meet again. Save me a spot so we can carry on from where we left off. I will bring our walkers with me!! You will always be in our hearts and thoughts. Will miss you buddy.

From Carol, Lindsay and Scotty


Feb 24

RIP Auntie Jo-Anne 🙏... I will always remember your crazy ways and laugh... Oh the time in the that you were in the baby pool stored away in the basement 😂 Lots of love Auntie Jo-Anne ❤️ 🙏 - Love Heather

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