Obituary: Joshua Bradley Logie |

Obituary: Joshua Bradley Logie

Memorial services will be conducted Nov. 16 and Nov. 19 for Joshua Bradley Logie, who died Nov. 8, 2000, after suffering a cerebral hemorrhage and being life flighted to UC Davis Medical Center. He was 10.

Joshua was born Dec. 21, 1989, at Santa Cruz, Calif., and moved to South Lake Tahoe at the age of 2. He loved Santa Cruz and Tahoe and felt both places were his home. He attended Ms. Morris’ fifth-grade class at Tahoe Valley Elementary School. Earlier this year he took the U.S. Coast Guard Boating Skills and Seamanship course because of his love of being on the lake with his family. Josh expressed a desire to go to the University of California, Santa Cruz and become a marine biologist when he grew up. He enjoyed playing his drums, computer games and being with family and friends. He was loved very much by his family and friends and will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

Josh was able to help others in death just as he did in life. Part of him lives on in the form of organ donations and his family’s deepest hope of long happy lives goes out to the families Josh was able to help in their time of need.

Survivors include his parents, Bradley K. and E. Marie Logie of South Lake Tahoe; step-parents, Jenny Logie and Robert Denny of South Lake Tahoe; step-sister, Ashley; step-brother, Charley; grandparents, Mike and Elwanda Pisenti of Santa Cruz and Don and Vera Logie of Grand Forks, N.D.; step-grandparents, Harry and Michelle Sarris of South Lake Tahoe; and aunts, uncles and cousins scattered across the country.

Memorial services will take place at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 16 at Hope Lutheran Church of the Sierra and at 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 19 at First Church of the Nazarene in Santa Cruz. Private inurnment is planned.

A memorial fund has been established at Wells Fargo Bank and any donations are greatly appreciated. In addition, a music scholarship is being established in Joshua’s name.

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