Brenda Faye Rhyne Logan, 77, began her eternal journey in heaven with her dearly missed family and the Lord on January 5, 2022. Born on April 29, 1944, to the late John B. Rhyne and Clara Broyhill Rhyne Christy, Brenda was one of six siblings. She was known for her heart of gold and lively spirit. She loved an ice-cold Dr. Pepper, sweet tea, Krispy Kreme donuts, Olive Garden, and Carolina Blue. Her absolute favorite thing was spending a day with her grandchildren.

Brenda is survived by her pride and joys, sons, Curtis Logan (Deborah) and Brian Logan (Cheryl), and daughter, Tammye Logan York (Paul). In addition to her children, she is survived by her grandchildren, the joy of her life, Jamie (David), Morgan, Amber, Krystal, Jessica (Tyler) Jeremy (Taylor), Jeffrey, Jenni, and Brittany. She was fortunate enough to be survived by eleven great grandchildren as well. Brenda is also survived by her brother-in-law, Roger Logan (Terri), and sister-in-law Bobbie (Herman). Furthermore, she is survived by her beloved sister, Hazel Couick, brother Johnny Rhyne (Joyce), and several nieces and nephews

She was preceded in death by her husband, Sonny Logan; her brothers, Harold Rhyne and Eugene Rhyne (Johnsie); her sister, Helen Burdette (Charles); a baby sister; her father; and her beloved mother, Clara. She was also preceded in death by her sister-in-law, Brenda Coffey, and brother in laws Howard Couick, Clyde Logan, Paul Logan (Cheryl), Michael Logan, and Ray Logan.

Born in Stony Point, N.C., in 1944, Brenda moved to Newport News, Va., with her husband, eldest son, and daughter. She had one more child, her youngest son, and dedicated her life to ensuring they were well taken care of and loved. The best title she was ever given was Granny. She made sure to help raise all of her grandchildren. She took them to school, cared for them when they were sick, and always made sure they were well fed and cared for, knowing that she loved them. Words can’t describe how much she will be missed, but we know her heart is fulfilled and she couldn’t be more happy being in Heaven with her family.

A viewing will be held at R.H Hayden Funeral home on Thursday, January 13, at 6 p.m. for all to come and remember her sweet, fiery spirit. A viewing, followed by a graveside service will be held at New Sterling ARP Church, in her hometown, Stony Point, N.C., on Saturday, January 15, at 1 p.m. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to New Sterling ARP Church, 580 New Sterling Road, Stony Point, NC, 28678.

Troutman Funeral Home is serving the family.

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