|Name||Bradley Allred Logan|
|Born||Nov 21, 1972|
|Died||Sep 01, 2012|
|Location||Salem Funeral Home|
|Address||120 South Main St., Winston-Salem, NC 27101|
|When||Fri, Sep 07, 2012 at 6:00 p.m.|
||My heart is heavy and my prayers are with the entire family especially his children and wife. I graduated with Brad from North Forsyth High School and I remember him, Jimmy R, and the rest of the crew always making me laugh. The Class of 91 of NF will always remember Brad and our other classmates who have gone on.
||My prayers and sympathy are with you during this difficult time. I worked with Brad and will miss his warm smile and greeting me every day with his "Super Good Morning Ms. King". |
||Brad was a dear friend who I shared many great times with.He always had time for a smile or encouraging word. When my Mom passed away in February 2009, Brad was the first person at my house with a tray of food and drinks. He was gracious enough to invite me to a Wake game and Panthers game where I met Chris and Robin. Brad always made everyone feel like part of his family. He was a special guy and loved by many people. Janet and I mourn his passing and send our prayers for peace and comfort to the entire family.
|Barbara W Wooten
my thoughts & prayers are with you Chris, Gray & grandchildern.
Much Love |
||ky most heartfelt condolences to my sister Tommye,my nephews Tray,Chris & Robin, to Julie and Children.
brad was very special. I was honored to welcome he and Chris to Ann Arbor for a Wolverine football game.His last text to me read"don't want to jinx us but
jinx us but Go Blue' Will miss him so much.
||I met Brad in preschool and have considered him a friend ever since. Some of my fondest memories of youth include Brad; whether it be playing football and basketball at his house in Grandview as little kids, him showing me what a cell phone was in his father's Jeep Cherokee in the late 80's, the two of us playing JV basketball together in high school or us struggling to get through college, everything was more fun when Brad was involved. My heart goes out to his entire family in this most sad of times. I consider myself lucky to have been able to count him as a friend.|
|David Dyer Jr
||I'm gonna miss you Brad. You gave me my job at Hyundai and I am forever grateful for that. I'll always remember your crazy socks that you wore and I wore a pair today to honor you. God bless your family and God bless you. |
||To the Logan Family,
At times like these there are often times when words just do not come to explain how we feel. However, we often times begin to find comfort in small gems of truth and love. May the words at John 3:16 as well as Acts 24:15 become gems of love and truth that help sustain you in this trying time.|
||My prayers go out to the family. I graduated from North Forsyth with Brad. I didn't get to know him until our senior year but he was always smiling. The class of 91' will always remember him.|
|Tim, Becky, Steven, and Alex Cobert
||The Cobert's send prayers to the Logan Family.
Brad, you will be missed by many.
|Lisa & Susan Watson
|| We met Brad at Modern Nissan several years ago. We actually bought one of his demo cars right out from under him...not really...he was ready for a new ride. Our friendship with Brad and all the employees at Modern have kept us coming back to them year after year, car after car. Brad always met us with that BIG beautiful smile of his and never failed to hug our necks. He was such a great guy to know and fun to be around. You will be missed greatly Brad. My prayers go out to his family, especially his children. He cherished those babies and never failed to update us on their growths, life achievements or just to brag about them. Rest in peace my friend. We will never ever forget you. |
||To the Logan Family
Your Son, Husband & Father is now in the Golden Kingdom of the Heavens above. Today another angle got his wings!
Rejoice in his spirit give love and comfort to eachother, share fond memories of Brad and forever remember him in your prayers.
For the class of North Forsyth 1991 remember Brad as one of all.
God Bless you Brad and your family and friends here on earth!
||My prayers go out to Brad's family, especially his children whom he cherished. I met Brad about 10 years ago as an advertising sales rep from Modern. Brad always greeted me with a smile and gave me updates on his children. Brad was a special person and a gift to all who knew him. My heart is heavy at this very sad time. |
||I really don' t know where to begin... I am still in shock and can't believe that I have lost a great friend. Brad and I met at work and over the years I grew very close to Brad. I always remember Brad' s open heart and friendly smile. I can still see it today. Brad you will always be remembered and you will forever remain in our hearts... You will still live on in our hearts, prayers, and thoughts... I can't begin to express my deep sincere feelings for your kids and family... I will never forget you Brad and I will miss you so much. God bless |
||Words can't express how saddened I am to hear of your loss. Brad and I met a decade ago at Modern Nissan. Our friendship grew overnight and we became great friends. He recently told me he would like to come to San Diego, CA to see me and watch the Chargers and Panthers NFL game. When we finished the call he said "I love you brother" and I knew he meant it! Brad will be missed dearly! I love you too brother!|
|Julia Cardwell Hester
||My thoughts and prayers are with Brads family and friends. I graduated with him in 1991, the one thing I remember the most about him was his smile. He always greeted everyone with that sweet smile. Brad will be greatly missed, God has his arms wrapped around everyone who loved him.|
|Shannon Taylor Alspaugh
||Since Sunday the Logan family has been on my mind. I went to school with Brad for many years. We seem to be in the same crowd and I have so many great memories with him. The gang wouldn't have been complete without him.
I know your family is hurting now and especially his kids. I pray that you all find some peace in trying to process your grief. Just know that family of The Class of 91 is a tight group and we are deeply saddened to lose such a great guy. Hugs to you all!
||Brad was a great friend as well as a great mentor. I worked with Brad for around 7 years and he was always that friend that would lend a helping hand when I was in need. Recently, I was in need of a place to stay and he offered me to stay with him until I could figure out what was to come. Though I did not take him up on the offer, he reminded me that even if it was for a couple days, I always had a place to stay. His personality commanded respect, but yet he was that humble, fun loving guy that could bring a smile to your face on any given day. Yet I wasn't the closest of friends as some, I still morn his passing and send prayers for the family and friends. I will never forget all the good times we had......|
||There are no words for me to describe my utter despair. I met Brad at Modern Nissan when I was 19 and I've had the privilege of working with him for 10 years. He was the most warm hearted, sincere generous person I've ever met. When my father passed away he was one of the first people to call and give his condolences. He would ask me every day how I was and if I needed anything. He was the heart and soul of our family at Nissan. The impact of his passing cannot be described. His children whom he adored are continuously in my thoughts and prayers. I am thankful to have not only known him for as long as I have but also to be able to call him a true friend. He was the best of us all.....|
||I was Brad's roommate for 2 of our 4 years at UNCG. We met our freshmen year on a beach trip and became fast friends. We had a lot in common. We were both business majors, both loved sports, both loved a good time, and giving our friends a hard time. Most of my college memories include Brad. The days with him and Jimmy Reese are some of my happiest. Whether we were playing basketball, golf, or watching football, we were usually having a great time competing at something. Brad usually won. My deepest sympathy goes out to you, his family. |
||I find this very hard to put into words... Class Act comes to my mind. I never spent much time with Brad away from work but just spending the last decade as a fellow manager in the dealership I can tell you he was always positive and helpful to me. I will miss him dearly at work and he will always be in my thoughts. I will keep his family in my prayers through this very difficult time. |
||I had the privilege of meeting Brad at Modern Nissan in Concord almost a decade ago. He was one of a kind, undoubtedly. I can still see that smile of his just as clear as day. He could enter a room and lighten the mood just by being there.
When I heard of his passing I couldn't believe it. Nor did I want to... The first thing I thought of were his children. Those thoughts have overcome me for a few days now as I learned quickly that he adored those babies more than anything in this world.
To his family and friends, I pray for peace and comfort in the following days, weeks, months and years. We all have our fondest memories of him that will forever be cherished.|
||BRAD,YOU ARE MISSED,MAY YOU REST IN PEACE.|
|Macko and Claire Phelps
||Dear Tommye, Chris and Gray,
We are deeply sadden by your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the entire family. Please accept our heartfelt condolences.
Macko and Claire|
|Ruffin Smith Morgan
||I grew up down the street from the Logans. Brad and I were in school together from kindergarten through high school. I have many fond memories including riding bikes together all over the neighborhood, lifegaurding at Grandview Pool, and riding to school together in the mornings. He was like a brother all those years. We lost touch after high school but I am so saddened to hear of his loss. I am praying for the entire Logan family, most especially his children. May God grant you all some peace and some sort of understanding in this most difficult time. |
||To the entire Logan family...
I taught Brad in kindergarten and remember him fondly. I am so sorry for your loss. I will hold you all in my thoughts and prayers as you move through this difficult time. May you find the strength you need from God, family and friends to ease your pain and sadness. |
||My thoughts and prayers are with the Logan family.
I am not sure I have the right words, like many my heart is so very heavy. I can't express how sorry I am for your loss. I remember the first time I met Brad, he was a sophomore in high school and it was the first North Forsyth football game of the season. I was taken aback not only by his smile but his charm. I also remember the last time I saw him, which was too long ago, he was a freshman in college, we were having a conversation about life while listening to Garth Brooks, "The Thunder Rolls". I have been privileged to know him. Brad you will missed. |
||Tommye, Gray, Chris, so sorry to hear you have lost Brad, someone so precious to your hearts. God's love is with you in the thoughts and prayers of those who care and share in your sorrow. With deepest sympahty.|
|ron and katie hoth
||Tommye, our sympathy to you and your family on the loss of your son and brother. Thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.|
|Jack and Frances Dewberry and Ernestine Wilson
||Deepest sumpathy to Brad's sweet children - Bayle, Jackson and Gracie and all the rest of Brad's family. We are so very sorry to hear of Brad's passing. He will be greatly missed all of his friends in the Brynmoor neighborhood. He was very-very special.|
|The Cook Family
||Such a heartbreaking loss for those of us who knew Brad. Our thoughts and prayers are with his precious children, mother and brothers. He was indeed a class act, and my most heartfelt memory of him is the evening Gracie was born his coming to my door with a distraught little Jackson who was not quite ready to give up his spot as the youngest in the family. As an exhausted daddy, he asked me if I would rock him for awhile to calm him. Something about that moment, I will not ever forget. Rest in peace, lots of people are cherishing moments that you shared with them and the impact you had on many lives. |
|Sebrina Wagoner Madden and Family
||My dearest cousin Brad, I love you and you will be missed so much and by so many. I will always remember ALL the good times growing up and seeing you and your children at the family reunions. Also, remembering how attentive you were to your beautiful children.
Tommye and family you will be in our thoughts and prayers.
I love you,
||I give my sincere condolences to the Logan family. I pray to give you all the strength needed to get through this most difficult time. Brad gave me an opportunity when most probably wouldn't have. I learned so much from him....he was always there to lend an ear or offer encouragement. He will be surely missed. God bless his family.|
||Words cannot express how sorry I am to hear about Brad's death. I attended North Forsyth High School with Brad and rode the bus with him in elementary school. I lived across the street from Brad's cousins for a long time and grew up with Brad's cousin Samantha. I have remained close to Samantha and her mother, Betty. I know how much Brad meant to his family and cannot imagine how painful this is for them. I pray that God will wrap His loving arms around Brad's family. May they have comfort in knowing that one day we will be reunited in Heaven. Jesus promises that.
Revelation 21:4 "He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away."
Luke 23:43 Jesus answered him, "I tell you the truth, today you will be with me in paradise."
I love you all! Paula Shropshire Stuart|
||Julie, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. May God Bless you and your children in this trying time. I know you will make it through this because you are a strong woman and wonderful mother. Please hug your children for me and tell them the Walkowiaks love them. Love and Prayers The Walkowiaks and your Wells Fargo Family.|
|Dan and Maria Crockett
||Our prayers and Condolence's. For the loss f a father that was so dedicated to his three children. The loss is great, remember the great times. Celebrate is life.|
|Greg & Michelle Muschlitz
||We offer our deepest condolences to Brad’s mother, brother and their family. Our sympathy especially goes out to Brad’s children. Brad was a good trustworthy man that could always be depended upon. He was truly a gentleman, a professional, a hard worker and fair to a fault. It was a pleasure doing business with him and a pleasure to have him as a neighbor. We are grief stricken at the news of his passing and our prayers go out for him. |
|Jon and Cecile Couch
||Our youngest son Jason and Brad's son Jackson have been best friends for most of their young lives. Our family was shocked and heartbroken when we heard of Brad's passing almost a week ago. I didn't know Brad as well as many or as well as I would have liked. Although, after reading through all these recollections of him maybe I actually knew him better than I thought. He always had a big smile and a "Hey man!" when I would see him… even after he'd worked a 12 hour day, which was pretty much standard for him from what I could tell. He worked hard to provide a good life for his family.
I remember one evening he stopped by to pick up Jackson and said, "Thanks for taking such good care of Jackson." He didn't have to say that. He was just that kind of guy. He cared about other people. If he saw us outside he would always slow down, honk the horn, lean over and wave as he drove by. I'll miss that. He was a good neighbor, a good friend and most importantly a good father to his kids.
Our heartfelt thoughts and prayers go out to his children and the rest of his family. May God bless him and may God give you all peace and comfort.|
|Thomas and Carol Tillman
||Chris and Robin
You are in our prayers during this time of loss.
Thomas and Carol|