Jean Prescott Logan Johnson, 86, died May 20, 2020 at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Savannah. She was born on April 30,1934 in Savannah, GA and was a lifelong Savannah resident. Jean was a graduate of St. Vincent’s Academy and attended Armstrong State College. She met many of her lifelong friends at St. Vincent’s and over the years her classmates still kept in touch with monthly lunches.
Jean was in the real estate business for many years and was also a previous member of both The Landings Club and The Savannah Golf Club.
She married Bernard K. Logan (“Brother”) in 1955 and they raised four children together; Bernard, Jr., Duncan, Jean “Boo” and Andrew. They enjoyed playing golf together, boating, crabbing and trips to the beach. They were married for 37 year until his death in 1992. In 1997, she was introduced to Lee Johnson of Raleigh, NC and they were married until his death in 2018.
In addition to both husbands, she was also predeceased by her parents, William D. Prescott and Dorothy Persse Prescott, sisters, Virginia, Margaret and Ann, as well as her son, Duncan T. Logan.
Jean is survived by her children, Andrew L. Logan, Bernard K. Logan, Jr. and “Boo” Jean L. McCullough (Mike). She is also survived by her brother, William D. Prescott, Jr., her grandchildren, Alexis Pizza (Jonathan), Megan Moore (Gordon), Mary Beth Logan and three great grandchildren, Alexandra Pizza, John Gordon Moore and Logan Moore. She was also eagerly awaiting the birth of Alexis and Jonathan’s baby girl. She is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews, especially dear to her were Karen Oliver (John) and Katherine (“Sissy”) McAlpin.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, a private family graveside service will be held on Saturday, May 23, 2020 in the Greenwich Section of Bonaventure Cemetery.
The family suggests that any remembrances be made in her memory to the Parkinson’s Foundation, 200 SE First Street, Suite 800, Miami, Florida 33131.
We are so sorry to hear of Jeans passing. You all are in our thoughts and prayers. She was a wonderful friend to our Mom, and to our godson who has autism. William always called her the white lady, not because of her beautiful hair, he said she is pretty white light!!
- David and Melissa McGinn, Beaufort, South Carolina
So sorry to hear of Jeans death. I was blessed to know Jean thru her brother Billy, who was a classmate and dear friend over the years, going back to Sacred Heart School. Jean was a beautiful person, both inside and outside. May she Rest in Peace...
- Joe Ebberwein, Savannah, Georgia
I was so sorry to read about Jean's death. We graduated together and shared the monthly meetings of graduates for a good while. She was a beautiful, peaceful person and I enjoyed her friendship. Praying for God's comfort to her family. I was blessed to know her.
- Roxie Barras Bryant, SAVANNAH, GA
Brother, I am sorry to hear about your loss. I hope to see u one day soon. May she rest in peace. Robby Powers
- Robert Powers, Savannah, GA
Jean was a wonderful woman. She was so kind to Ashley, me and our boys whenever we visited Savannah. She will truly be missed. We are sending our love and prayers!
- Cason Bufe, Decatur, GA
We are sorry for your loss and pray God’s tender and healing grace on the family in this time of both grieving and celebration of her life.
- Barry and Becky Jo Cole, Crestview , Florida
so very sorry Jean and l were childhood friends
- Kay Bart, Savannah, Ga
So sorry for your loss, Brother. Thinking of you and the family.
- Frederick J. Bailey, Savannah , GA
Sending your family our deepest condolences from her SouthCoast family to yours. We love you all deeply and will continue to pray for you all each and everyday
- SouthCoast Health (Thomas Moriarity and Staff), Savannah, Georgia
BK, sorry to see that your mom had passed away. She was a sweet lady!
- Bob White jr, Grashamville, Georgia
Services under the direction of:
Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
- A Private Service Will Be Held