Deborah (Debbie) Kay Logan, beloved wife, mother, grandmother, and friend, passed away at the age of 68, on September 11, 2023, at Mount Carmel St. Ann's Hospital, after a courageous battle with multiple sclerosis (Devic's disease).
Debbie was born on January 5, 1955, to Shirley (Crider) White and Harold Baldridge in Mansfield, Ohio. She spent her life alongside her loving husband, Bill Twyman, for 41 wonderful years. Together, they shared a passion for adventure, riding motorcycles, and dedicated themselves to running their chapter of the motorcycle club.
Debbie was a true Ohio State Buckeyes fan and held a deep affection for the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Golden State Warriors. Her enthusiasm for sports brought joy to countless gatherings and celebrations with family and friends.
As a mother and grandmother, Debbie adored her daughter and grandchildren. She will be fondly remembered for her playful spirit, occasional stubbornness, and, above all, her overwhelming love and unwavering support. Debbie had an extraordinary ability to make everyone around her feel cherished, and she took every opportunity to express how proud she was of her family.
In addition to her loving relationships, Debbie was known for her culinary talents. She had a genuine passion for cooking, and her delicious dishes brought warmth and comfort to the hearts of those lucky enough to enjoy them.
Debbie leaves behind cherished memories and a legacy of love that will live on in the hearts of her family and friends. She will be deeply missed and remembered for her vibrant spirit, kindness, feistiness and the enduring love she shared with all who had the privilege of knowing her.
She is proceeded in death by her Grandparents, her mother Shirley and father Harold.
She is survived by her husband Bill Twyman, daughter Shalonda (Muezjunto) Johnson, siblings David (Beth) Baldridge, Mike Baldridge, Jeff (Angie) Baldridge, Patty Jacobs Bradley, Mary White Cutler, Peggy (Michael) Lamb. And her grandchildren Mondra, Milan, Joshua, Mylizah and a host of other grandchildren and great grandchildren. And many nieces and nephews.