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Suzanne Marie Logan

Suzanne Marie Logan, 77, of Portsmouth, sadly passed away on Tuesday August 8, 2023.  Suzanne was born February 16, 1946, to the late William and Evelyn (Gilbertson) Sliker in Racine, Wisconsin.  She was a homemaker with a contagious smile.  She enjoyed quilt making, going to flee markets, bingo, watching the game show network, word searching and collecting dolls.  Suzanne was a faithful member of Mt. Zion Church. She loved her church family and they loved her.

Suzanne was preceded in death by her husband of 35 years Louis Fannin in 2008.  In 2010 she was reunited with an amazing man, Randall Logan of Portsmouth whom she married in 2012, sadly he passed in 2019.  She also lost both parents, four siblings, Charles Sliker in 2005, Mary Schmidt in 2010, Janet Gemmell in 2015 William Sliker in 2016; her son Bryan Rushford in 2018; and one grandson, Andrew Sliker in 2012.  She is survived by her daughter, Suzette (David) Collins; a biological son, Edward Gemmell of Racine, Wisconsin; two granddaughters, Jessica (Justin) Schuler of Racine, Wisconsin, and Dallas (Jacob) Booth of Florida; three grandsons, William Cole of Portsmouth, Bryan J. Rushford of Ft. Bragg N.C., and Jerrod Rushford of West Portsmouth; twelve great-grandchildren and her beautiful cousin, Patti Vaticco of Etowah, Tennessee; she is also survived by a close friend from her church, Sister Hammonds. Thank you so much Shirley Jarvis, LPN, Rebecca Holman STNA, and Tia Ferguson D.O.N. of Portsmouth Health and Rehab for all the love you gave my precious mom.  Rosemount Pavilion, the entire staff for keeping mom and me comfortable during this difficult time.  SOMC Hospice for the amazing end of life care for my precious mother.  A special thank you to my work family at SOMC Surgery Department.

Funeral services will be held 11:00 a.m. Saturday, August 12, 2023, at D.W. SWICK FUNERAL HOME in New Boston with Pastor George Gravely officiating.  Friends may call Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. Online condolences may be left at


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