Nona Setler-Logan
1948 - 2021
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Setler-Logan, Nona

was born Oct 24, 1948 on the Westside of Chicago, attending John Marshall High school; baptized and confirmed at St Andrew's Episcopal Church. Nona received a BS from Central State Wilberforce, OH, MS from U of I, Urbana and MD from Meharry Medical College, Nashville, TN. Nona was always active in science, social activism, and became a member of Delta Sigma Theta in 1968. Nona started her career path as a psychologist with Chicago Board of Education, after a decade she decided true calling was medicine. In 1980 Nona married Jerome Logan, welcoming their son, Jerome Raymond in 1988. The family relocated to Paducah, KY, where Nona established, "Not for Women Only" medical practice and a beauty supply store. In 2000, the family moved back to Nashville, TN, where Nona was an active member at Mount Zion Baptist Church, she continued her spiritual journey participating in Saving Our Daughters, the group nearest and dearest to her heart. Nona entered eternal life on March 23, 2021. She joined her parents Raymond and Isabelle Setler. She is survived by her husband Jerome, son Jerome Raymond, stepdaughter Quincy Logan, Berkley, IL; sister JoAnn Thompson, Chicago; niece Aisha McCarthy, nephew Dawud Thompson Chicago; "daughters" Monica Wilson and Yvette Windham both of TN.

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Published in Chicago Sun-Times on Mar. 30, 2021.
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April 4, 2021
She was a gem to Saving Our Daughters, and will be greatly missed.
Ramona Wiggins
April 3, 2021
Dr Logan an awesome phenomenal women of brilliance and class. You added life to the Global Education Center. You will be missed. Much love my friend. My prayers and heart goes out to the family!!
Denise Johnson
April 2, 2021
My deepest sympathies are extended to the family on your loss. My prayers are with you. She will be missed by CSU friends, Delta Sorors, and her family. May you RIHP.
Gretchen Weathers-Bond
April 2, 2021
Our heartfelt condolences and prayers to Rusty and Jerome Sr. Paducah, Kentucky in 1994 served as the place our families first met and as God has promised in his word, we will meet again. God's continued love, protection and covering to the family.

Lydia, CJ and Alicia
Lydia Margaret Rose
April 1, 2021
I miss you my friend. My heart is very sad, tears still flowing and I am trying to find some joy. I wish I could tell you 2 more very important things happening in my life and I am sure we would have a long conversation about it. And most of all I want to tell you one more time "Thank You For Being My Friend", I love you Girlie!
Bettie Manning
March 31, 2021
My deepest deepest sympathy for all her family. Though it's been decades since being in her company, she left in my mind a person of total sweetness, sincerity, and just an all around smart and thoughtful person. May your wonderful memories of her hold you through this most difficult time.
alfrieda thompson
March 31, 2021
A beautiful woman
colette Johnson
March 30, 2021
Blessings to the Nona Setler-Logan Family/ Sister Joanne Thompson and Family from Alice (Tarver) Adams. We attended Manley Uppergrade Center together in 1960. Nona was indeed a virtuous woman. Rest In Peace.
Alice (Tarver) Adams
March 30, 2021
Blessings to the Nona Setler-Logan Family /Sister Joanne Thompson and Family from Alice (Tarver) Adams. We attended Manley Uppergrade Center together in 1960. Nona was indeed a virtuous woman!
Alice Adams
March 30, 2021
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived. Rest In Peace Soror.
Gladys Coleman
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