HJ728: Celebrating the life of Ena Ampy Logan.


Offered February 2, 2021
Celebrating the life of Ena Ampy Logan.

Patrons-- McQuinn, Adams, D.M., Bagby, Carr, Convirs-Fowler, Delaney, Heretick, Hope, Rasoul, Reid, Scott and Simonds

WHEREAS, Ena Ampy Logan, esteemed educator and advertising executive and beloved member of the Richmond community, died on January 25, 2021; and

WHEREAS, growing up in Richmond, Ena Logan pursued theatre, modeling, piano, and dance and graduated from J.R. Tucker High School in 2009; and

WHEREAS, an active and proud alumna of Howard University, Ena Logan earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology and contributed to the community as a student ambassador, chapel assistant, and member of BisonCORP, the Ladies of D.I.V.A., Inc., U.S. Dream Academy, and Alpha Nu Omega, Inc.; and

WHEREAS, alongside her husband, John, Ena Logan was owner and president of the advertising agency Four Deep Multimedia, LLC, helping many corporations, government agencies, and institutions of higher education reach their audiences; and

WHEREAS, Ena Logan founded The Rare Academy in Richmond, a performing arts program that, through an emphasis on spiritual and emotional development, has contributed to the success and well-being of many young girls in the community; and

WHEREAS, Ena Logan earned a full scholarship to get a master’s degree in school counseling from Virginia Commonwealth University and later served as a school counselor at J.A. Chalkley Elementary School in Chesterfield, helping an untold number of students navigate the challenges of growing up; and

WHEREAS, guided throughout her life by her deep and abiding faith, Ena Logan enjoyed worship and fellowship with her community at The Life Church RVA in Richmond; and

WHEREAS, preceded in death by her father, Bernard, Ena Logan will be fondly remembered and dearly missed by her loving husband, John; her daughter, Ena; her mother, Priscilla; and numerous other family members and friends; now, therefore, be it

RESOLVED by the House of Delegates, the Senate concurring, That the General Assembly hereby note with great sadness the loss of Ena Ampy Logan, a cherished member of the Richmond community whose unwavering kindness and generosity touched countless lives; and, be it

RESOLVED FURTHER, That the Clerk of the House of Delegates prepare a copy of this resolution for presentation to the family of Ena Ampy Logan as an expression of the General Assembly’s respect for her memory.