Cindy Dietrich Logan
Painter and Art Instructor
Class of 1974 - B.A. in Art
"...a wonderful time, forming life-long bonds with some of my best friends."
Cindy Dietrich Logan (’74) lives in Louisiana, Missouri Cindy holds an undergraduate degree from WWU in art with minors in secondary education and English. She also attended Webster University in Saint Louis, where she earned her MAT.
After 14 years working in public education, in 1997 Cindy began spending her time teaching private classes in her in-home studio space, running an antique paper business, and producing and showing her own artwork. For five years, she owned a shop in Hannibal, Missouri.
Her website highlights her long list of awards and achievements and included numerous of her art works, some of which are for sale, including a pastel of Dulany Hall on the WWU campus.
Cindy enjoys spending time with her husband, Walter C. Logan II, and her children Benjamin, Bethany, and Blake and her grandchildren.
During her time at William Woods, Cindy was active in Alpha Phi International, serving as rush chair and social chair; Panhellenic; and art club. Now, Cindy is active with the Raintree Arts Council, Best of Missouri Hands, Hannibal Art Club, PEO Sisterhood, and First Presbyterian Church.
Cindy says of her William Woods experience that she had "a wonderful time, forming life-long bonds with some of my best friends," and credits the ties formed at William Woods with making her who she is today. Cindy believes "any experience is what you make of it."
Cindy currently serves on the WWU National Alumni Association Board’s Advisory Committee.