Jay and Beth Logan New Richland—Jay Wayne Logan, 57, and Elizabeth Ann Logan, 52 of New Richland, died Wednesday, November 20, 2019 as the result of an auto accident. Jay was born June 17, 1962 in Albert Lea the son of Wayne and Dorothy (Schwarz) Logan. He grew up in Clarks Grove, graduated from Ellendale High School and later attended Mankato State University. Elizabeth was born July 22, 1967 in Oakland, CA the daughter of Kenneth and Barbara (Lohmann) Schultze. As an infant, her family moved back to Minnesota where she attended St. James Lutheran School in Northrop, graduated from Fairmont High School and attended Mankato State University. Jay and Beth were united in marriage September 19, 1992 in Northrop. The couple lived in Ham Lake for several years. They moved to rural New Richland in 2005 at which time Jay started his career with the Hope Creamery. Beth worked for Hope Creamery and an insurance agency in Albert Lea prior to starting her career with Federated Insurance. The couple enjoyed watching their children's many sporting events, going camping and traveling with their kids and attending wine club together. Jay was an avid hunter and loved working on cars and tractors; often with his son, Tyler. He enjoyed going to fairs and loved watching Charlie Brown with his kids. Beth enjoyed gardening and scrap booking. She was on the church council and played organ at Zion Lutheran Church. The couple are survived by their son, Tyler (and special friend Briana Singleton) Logan of Red Wing; daughter, Grace Logan of New Richland; Jay's sister, Shari (and James) Bakker of Mora; Beth's mom, Barbara Schultze of Northrop; Beth's brothers, Tim (and Jacky) Schultze of Sauk Rapids, Jon (and special friend Megan Schwab) Schultze of Fairmont as well as many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. They are preceded in death by Jay's parents and Beth's father. Visitation will be at Michaelson Funeral Home on Monday from 4pm to 8pm and at Trinity Lutheran Church in Owatonna on Tuesday from 10am to 11am. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, November 26, 2019 at 11am at Trinity Lutheran Church in Owatonna with The Reverend Dean Smith officiating. Interment will be in the First Lutheran Cemetery in Ellendale.