Logan Wyatt Harrell, 19, left this earth on November 17, 2022. He was the third and youngest child and only son of Vickie Fair and Nathan Harrell. Born to them on October 1, 2003.
Logan had such a passion for football and dreamed of playing in the NFL. Though he suffered a debilitating knee injury in his junior year of high school, he fought and overcame that injury to get back to the sport he loved and finish out his football career.
Everyone that knew Logan loved him. His smile was infectious and flowed all the way to his beautiful blue eyes. He never knew a stranger and was always quick to befriend others. He was protective, loyal, caring, empathetic, and so very loving. His football teammates were more than just teammates – they were his brothers. His friends were more than just friends – they were his family. His family was everything to him and he was the “protector” and the “man of the house”.
The loss of this most beautiful, precious soul will affect so many; most of all his loving family. The void left in the hearts of those who love him will never be filled. His family takes pride in knowing how good-hearted and helpful he was to all he knew.
Logan is preceded in death by his maternal great-grandmother, Sarah Lorell Magee, his paternal great-grandmother, Ruby Harrell, and his paternal aunt, Amy Harrell. He is survived by his parents, Vickie Fair and Nathan Harrell, his sisters – Amber Harrell Holloway and Melanie Harrell, and his brother-in-law James Holloway, maternal grandparents Michael and Sarah Thomas, and Louis and Linda Harrell, and his paternal great grandfather, C.C. “Buzzy” Harrell. Also, three cousins, Jayden Cuti, Caleb Cuti and Vincent Cuti-Hall.