The Heroines

Wanda-Gail Logan

is honored with a Brick from J.R., Rhita, Darren & Lisa Muci


In her short span of forty-seven years, Wanda-Gail Logan accomplished much. She was born to Rebecca J. Logan and the late Isaac L. Logan in Ruislip, Northwood Middlesex, England, while her dad was in the United States Air Force. When the family moved to Wichita, Kansas, Wanda-Gail attended and graduated from Wichita Heights High School and received her first degree in Theatre Education from Wichita State University. She went on to complete her Masters in Fine Arts from the Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts. There she participated in many theatrical performances, including "Macbeth," "Measure for Measure," "Antigone," "The Crucible" and Blithe Spirit."

In order to pursue an acting career Wanda-Gail moved to New York City and was cast in several films, off-Broadway plays as well as standup comedy. She took part in the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park in the play "Steppin Out."

Wanda-Gail also worked at Cornell University Medical Center from 1991-1997 and as an office administrator for the Maternal-Fetal Cedar Medicine Division under the direction of Dr. Frank A. Chervenak.

On July 14, 1996, Wanda-Gail was ordained in a ceremony conducted in The Cathedral of St. John the Divine after completing the educational requirements of the New Seminary for ordination as a minister. She was assigned to the ministry staff of the Interfaith Temple in New York City to meet the spiritual needs of all people. She did post graduate coursework in spiritual counseling and ministry at the New Seminary Divinity School where she completed a degree in Physician of the Soul.

In 1998, Reverend Wanda-Gail Logan returned to Wichita and continued her ministry. She was involved in the Interfaith Ministry and the Black Church Week of Prayer for AIDS Awareness in the African American community. She was an active member of Chapel Hill Fellowship United Methodist Church. She continued her support of and participation in the arts as well and took part in a Center for the Arts production of "Harriet Tubman." She was a good daughter, a loving sister to Ramona, Belinda, Isaac and their spouses and a doting aunt to their children.
Reverend Wanda-Gail passed away on Saturday, August 28, 2004. She was an inspiration to many as was evident at the service. She was fun to be with, talented, intelligent, concerned about her fellow-man and determined to touch as many lives as possible. All who met her became a friend. We are grateful to have had Wanda-Gail in our lives.