In Memoriam : Logan Reed

Logan Reed Logan Jess Reed - age: 21
(January 17, 1993 to February 27, 2014 )
Resident of Comptche, California

Obituary:
Logan Jess Reed passed away on Thursday, February 27, 2014 in Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital with his family and friends by his side. Logan and his twin sister, Kaitlyn Elizabeth Reed, were born on January 17, 1993 at UCSF in San Francisco to Randy and Jennifer (Smith) Reed.
Logan grew up as a fifth generation on the Smith family ranch in Comptche. After graduating from Mendocino High School in 2011, he went to Humboldt State University with interest in Environmental Resource Engineering. Logan returned home and worked with his dad in construction.
Logan loved his family and friends. He enjoyed playing the guitar, listening to and creating music. He was always a deep thinker, had a creative mind, and was on a continuous quest for knowledge. He loved the outdoors and to explore. He loved and excelled at sports: soccer, baseball, basketball, lacrosse, golf, skateboarding and snowboarding. He loved the trips he took with family and friends, including hunting and fishing trips with his dad. He was adventurous and open to new experiences.
Logan was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents Mick and Pat Smith. He is survived by his parents, Randy and Jennifer; his sister, Kaitlyn; his parental grandparents, Charlie and Beth Reed; aunts and uncles Charles and Hillary Reed, Kathy and Charlie Deckard, Julie Reed and Cameron Fox; his cousins Andy Deckard and Genevie Reed, as well as his great aunt Pauline Taylor and family.
Logan loved deeply and was deeply loved. We will always remember his beautiful smile, his heartfelt hugs and genuine goodness. He was an amazing son and young man, a gift who brought joy to his family each and every day.
Memorial services will be held on Saturday, March 8, 2014 at 2:00 pm at Chapel of the Redwoods in Comptche.








Susan Jensen-Clark - March 10, 2014Contact this person Contact this person
Jennifer...I am so sorry for your loss. I can't say I know what your feeling but can say I am feeling for you and thinking about you and your family. Your Cousin Susan Jensen-Clark