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Logan D. Gorski

October 16, 2003 - October 5, 2020

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Posted by:
Katelyn J Fisher

Posted on:
October 19, 2020

Logan with his adopted nephew!! He always made our son smile and giggle we wont ever forget all the fun,funny times he had when he was down here when he could

Posted by:
Joan Green

Posted on:
October 13, 2020

My deepest sympathy is extended to Logan’s family. I will never forget how helpful he was to me when he attended First Presbyterian Church in Honesdale with his grandparents. He was so young, but he spent many Sundays as a special greeter with me welcoming people to the church. My heart breaks for you. May you feel God’s arms wrapped tightly around you as you mourn your loss. God bless you and Logan. Joan

Posted by:
Kim

Posted on:
October 10, 2020

I remember Logan to be such a sweet caring young man who was very kind to our daughter at the carnival at Masthope ,he helped her play the games and made her feel so special !Logan will always be remembered!!

Posted by:
Aaliyah Yates

Posted on:
October 9, 2020

Rest in peace man. We didn't talk much but you were amazing. You treated my sister right and you were the best person. Rest easy hun!

Posted by:
gail BAUMAN

Posted on:
October 9, 2020

Karla, Joe and I are so saddened by the death of Logan, I didn't know him well but I remember him and his brother coming to the Easter egg hunts at MACC. We are praying for you and Chet and all of Logan's family.

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Anonymous

Posted on:
October 8, 2020

July 2018 at his Grandfathers with his brother.

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Anonymous

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October 8, 2020

July 2018 at his Grandfathers with his Uncle Ray.

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Anonymous

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October 8, 2020

July 2018

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Anonymous

Posted on:
October 8, 2020

July 2018 at his Grandfather's, with his Unclr Ray.

Posted by:
Robert M Dodge

Posted on:
October 8, 2020

We are very sorry to hear of the passing of lLogan. Having known him from the MCL functions that he was at, we always thought of him as a good kid with a great personality. We're sorry for your loss.

Posted by:
Mary Kipp

Posted on:
October 8, 2020

Logan did a wonderful performance in Oliver. This photo was taken after the show. I will always remember his great smile. You will be missed, but always loved and in our hearts forever.

Posted by:
Darlene

Posted on:
October 8, 2020

I'm so very sorry for your loss Of your child Logan. Sending you prayers for strength as you find your way through each day!Your son has made a great impact on so many people. He is always willing to help. I remember when he was little helping at toys for tots.

Posted by:
Christina

Posted on:
October 7, 2020

Hi I didn't have the chance to know Logan. He was in 3rd Block with my daughter Brittney. My son knew Logan from CVFD. I have heard amazing stories about this young man. May he rest in peace. Logan's parents, I am so sorry that you are going through this awful time in your life. (((hugs)))

Posted by:
Jim Kane

Posted on:
October 7, 2020

On behalf of Wallenpaupack Area High School, I would like to share our deepest sympathy with Logan's family. Logan was a kind, supportive and caring student that got to know many of us during his time in the high school. He wanted to make our school a better place for everyone and I will certainly remember the time we were able to spend together brainstorming ideas for "Fun Fridays." He was one of the students in a group I met with regularly last year to improve our school and we will continue one of his ideas this year of playing music over the loud speaker each Friday between classes. He will be missed by all.

Posted by:
Mary A. Kipp

Posted on:
October 7, 2020

Logan was an awesome young man. I enjoyed having him in my first grade class. He was one of my favorite students. Always cheerful and had a great attitude towards school and life. The last time I saw Logan was when he was in the school play Oliver. I will think of Logan and remember the big smile on his face when I took his photo on the auditorium stage. Logan will be missed by all of us. So very sorry for the lose of your son, grandson and brother. There are no words that can ease your pain at this time. Only time and your treasured memories of Logan will eventually bring peace to your heart. Praying for you now and always. The Kipp Family