Geraldine Logan Fields


Mrs. Geraldine Logan Fields, age 86, of Emerson, Kentucky went home to be with our Lord on February 23, 2023, at Vanceburg Rehabilitation Center after a brief illness. She was born Sunday, February 14, 1937 in Lewis County, the youngest daughter of the late James Logan and the late Pearl Edington Logan of Laurel Creek.

She spent most of her adult life in Lewisville, IN where she, along with her husband Jack, raised her four children. During Geraldine’s career she was a seamstress, a short order cook (famous for her fried chicken), a Leasing Manager for a large property management company, managed an answering service, a gas station, and owned, with Regina Stone her niece and lifelong friend, a catering business. After retiring, she moved back to Kentucky to be near her family and the old home place. Geraldine enjoyed spending time volunteering for County events, participated with the 4H Club and was an active member of the Lewis County Extension Homemakers, where she held various positions over the years including Secretary and President. For a number of years, she was not only a Lewis County Fair judge but also a participant in the arts, crafts and food categories.

Geraldine loved her church family and was a member of 1068 Independence Church of Christ for many years.

Geraldine loved to travel and the highlight of her travels was going to the Holy Land with Regina where she was baptized in the Jordan River.

Geraldine is survived by daughter, Melinda Schiller and her husband William of Austin, Texas; son Timothy Fields and his wife Deborah of Richmond, Indiana; daughter Tajuana Fields and her husband James Sedlachek of Austin, Texas; daughter Jennifer Groves and her husband Benjamin Griffith of Huntington Beach, California; her grandsons Lukus Fields and Logan Fields; her granddaughters Galyn Groves and Trianna Schiller; and her great grandson Grady Fields. She is also survived by one sibling, Paul and his wife Edna Logan of Laurel Creek and many loving nieces, nephews and other family members.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her siblings, Claude Logan, Homer Logan, Carl Logan, Mary Gilmer, Zelma Hamilton, Genyth Solem and Noah Logan.

Friends may visit from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Wednesday, March 1, 2023 at Globe Family Funeral Chapel located at 7975 Lower Kinney Road, Vanceburg, Kentucky.

A memorial service will begin at 6 p.m. with Brother Arthur Moore officiating.

In place of flowers, please consider a donation in memory of Mrs. Geraldine Logan Fields to the American Kidney Fund at


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