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Jill Logan

Jill is a North Canton native and moved to Ashland in 2011. She has been an integral part of the community as her late husband, Jud Logan, was head coach of
the Ashland University Track and Field teams and was a four-time Olympian in the hammer throw for Team USA.


Jill has coordinated the Ashland County United Way campaigns since 2018 and
has accomplished record setting giving to support the efforts of the organization.
She previously worked in the Logan Family’s sporting goods store for many years.


Jill has worked with the North Central Ohio Hospice and embraces the “Pay
Forward” attitude of the Logan Family Foundation.


She is proud of her three grown children (Nathan, Jenna, and Kirsten) and
especially her six grandchildren.
Jill recently retired from her role with the United Way and relocated to Virginia to
be closer to part of her family.


Whitney Logan

For more than 35 years, Whitney has found great fulfillment in helping families and individuals pursue the important goals in their lives and put a plan in place for their future.

Whitney holds one of the most respected financial planning credentials and the recognized standard of excellence in personal financial planning. Whitney is also the founder and president of Logan + Reed Wealth Partners, leading, directing and coordinating the team to ensure that the organization continues to meet the goals and vision set forth.


Whitney is originally from North Canton, Ohio, and today lives in Upper Arlington, Ohio, with his wife, Karen D. Logan, MD. They have three adult children, Caroline and her husband, Caleb, Melanie lives in
Denver and their son, Danny, recently joined the team and continues to amaze them with his professional lacrosse career.


Whitney is a member of the Upper Arlington Rotary Club, Scioto Country Club and Trinity United Methodist Church. He also serves as a volunteer for the Mid-Ohio Food Collective.


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Amy is the first of five children in the Logan Family and had to put up with four highly competitive younger brothers. Amy graduated from Hoover HS and has remained in the North Canton area for much of her life.


She runs operations for Logan Sports and recently added the title of CFO to her duties. She is actively involved in many of the charitable causes that benefit from the Logan Family Foundation.


Her organizational skills exceed the athletic skills of the brothers combined!

The Logan Family

Dick and Gloria Logan

Dick and Gloria Logan were married over 60 years and their five children established The Logan Family Foundation in 2004 to carry out the lessons that they gave the kids to constantly pay forward. They met at Ohio State where Dick played football, following a Hall of Fame career at Mansfield Senior HS. Gloria graduated from Upper Arlington and went on to an active college experience at Ohio State.


Dick played professionally for the Green Bay Packers and following his playing career made a commitment to coaching youth football in the North Canton area where he had a very positive impact on hundreds of young men who have gone on to great careers and families of their own. Dick was inducted to the Mansfield Senior High School Athletics Hall of Fame.


Gloria was the head of the Senior Citizen program for the YMCA and was inducted into the North Canton Hall of Distinction for her service to the community. They have 11 grandchildren and still work in the family sporting goods business that Dick founded in 1975. Prior to that Dick was the Assistant General Manager of the AAA in Canton.  Dick passed away in November 2016 the day following a win over that school up North!  The Logan Family Foundation made a substantial contribution to the North Canton YMCA in his honor following an outpouring of donations in his memory.


Andy Logan

Youngest of the Logan children, Andy starred at North Canton Hoover in Football and Basketball. Andy was a captain of both teams his senior year that went to the State Championships, losing in football in the final game of Division 1 and losing in the first-round of the final four at the Ohio HS State Basketball championships. North Canton Hoover was the first Division 1 school to make the state finals in football and the state final 4 in basketball.


Went on to Kent State University and played as a defensive back for the Golden Flashes. Tied for the lead in the entire country as a senior in interceptions, with Deon Sanders of Florida State.


Was a free-agent signee with the Cincinnati Bengals of the NFL. Returned to North Canton to begin his career in the family sporting goods business and today is the owner of the business that was started in 1975.


Has coached defensive backs for Hoover Football for 18 seasons. His wife Dede was an exceptional swimmer in high school (Hoover) and college (Bowling Green). Andy and Dede have 3 children.

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Jeff Logan

Jeff graduated from The Ohio State University and was named an outstanding graduate of Ohio State. Jeff also participated in varsity football for the Buckeyes. Ohio State teams during those four years won four Big Ten Championships and played in four bowl games, including two Rose Bowls. Jeff was a two-year starter, co-captain, twice All Big Ten first team running back and an Academic All-American. Jeff and Dick were one of only two father/son combinations to both play under Woody Hayes.

Jeff is a successful financial planner in the Columbus area along with serving as a radio and TV analyst for Ohio State Football and Central Ohio High School football. He is an active member of Muirfield Village Golf Club and is the starter for the annual Memorial Tournament.

Jeff's wife, Dena, is a graduate of The Ohio State University and a former varsity cheerleader for the Buckeyes. The Logan's have two adult children Christopher (Erin) and Katie along with two grandchildren and reside in Delaware, Ohio.

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