Logan Wesley Morrison, 22, of Sugar Grove, PA lost his battle with PTSD on November 17, 2018.
Logan was born May 1, 1996 in Warren, PA. He was a 2014 graduate of Youngsville High School and enlisted in the US Navy after graduation. While in the Navy, he worked as a Coxswain, a boat pilot/instructor, and a search and rescue swimmer traveling around the world including Central America. He helped with the hurricane relief efforts in Puerto Rico, Haiti and the Virgin Islands attaining the rank of Boatswain 3rd Class. While in the service he earned the following awards, Expert 9MM pistol, Marksman M16/M4 Rifle, Navy/Mc Achievement Medal, National Defense Service Medal, GWTerrorism Medal and the Humanitarian Service Medal. He was a true American Hero and was honorably discharged on August 1, 2018. Logan was about anything outdoors.
One of his true passions was rock climbing, a sport that he got his whole family involved with. They had dreamed of traveling and climbing all over the world, in places like Yosemite. Hunting, golfing, swimming, baseball, kayaking and so many others, were hobbies he also enjoyed. But spending time with his family and friends, was one of his favorite things to do! He was currently employed at A&B Heating in Warren.
Logan is survived by his parents, Tammy (John) (Hendrickson) Johnson of Youngsville and Lane Morrison and his companion Crystal Kreitzbender of Sugar Grove, his 2 brothers, Nick (Vanessa) Humphrey of Youngsville and Cole Morrison of Sugar Grove, sisters, Chelsey Morrison, Madilynn and Allyson Johnson, all of Youngsville, Maternal grandparents, Sandy and Steve Ostrander of Summerville, S.C, Dean and Lisa Hendrickson of Warren, and John (Caroline) Johnson of Youngsville; Paternal grandparents, Jo Ann Singas of Youngsville and Rocky Morrison of Sugar Grove, his niece Vaida Humphrey and soon to be born nephew, Nash Humphrey, many aunts, uncles, cousins and his American Bully and faithful companion, Axel.
Logan was preceded in death by his grandfather Denny Knapp and an Uncle Eric Hendrickson.
Friends will be received on Tuesday from 4-7pm at the Youngsville Free Methodist Church 179 Davis St., in Youngsville, at which a funeral service will be held there at 7pm with the Rev. Rick Hamrick, pastor, officiating. Members of Logan’s Navy Detail, along with the Youngsville American Legion Honor Guard, will provide full military honors at the church.
In lieu of flowers, the family strongly suggests memorial donations may be made to the Warren Co. Veterans Emergency Fund, Warren Co. Veteran Affairs Office c/o Ed Burris 240 4th Ave. Warren, PA 16365 or to the Boots on Ground, 1611 Peach St. Erie, Pa. 16501
The Nelson Funeral Home & Cremation Services, in Youngsville, have been entrusted with all arrangements. Condolences to the family may be made at nelsonfuneralhome.net