Sean Andrew Logan

December 3, 1992 - April 10, 2022
April 12, 2022 9 Condolences Print Obituary

Sean ended the battle with his cancer as a draw when they both passed away on April 10. He was 29.

He is survived by his dad, Ian Logan, mom, Connie Logan, and brother, Daniel Logan, along with aunts, uncles and cousins, paternal and maternal.

Sean had started a career as an environmental scientist just a few months before being diagnosed with terminal cancer. He was a brilliant student and an accomplished athlete at anything he tried. He excelled at and enjoyed cooking, around either a stove, barbeque, or open fire. He out fished his dad and brother on almost all their camping and fishing adventures. He had a wonderful sense of humour and when telling his friends of his impending decease said “If everyone laughed more, there would be far less time for conflict”.

A celebration of life will be held in due course. Sean asked that we request donations to the Alberta Cancer Foundation or Pilgrim’s Hospice Society in his memory, in lieu of flowers.

  1. Ian;
    Hugh passed along this sad news. He spoke fondly and often of Sean. Thinking of you all.

    Ian

  2. My condolences to the entire family. Sean will be missed immensely. The world is a little less without him.

  3. Dear Sean,
    Your recent passing confirms my beliefs, that only the good die young!!!! I promise to you, to keep smiling and laughing because the world needs more of it. You brought so much laughter and positivity to the lives of everyone that knew you. You will be dearly missed but we will keep your memories alive.
    To Connie, Ian, and Daniel,
    My deepest empathy to you all. May you find comfort in knowing that Sean is no longer in pain. You are surrounded by friends and family thar love you. We are all here for you. Big hugs.

  4. Dear Connie & family,

    We are so deeply saddened to hear of the loss of your precious son Sean. We know the immense pride you had for him and the joy he brought you. We know what a deep loss this must be given the amazing person you always described him to be. Our hope is that he remains vivid in your memories as the cherished son that he was, knowing that he’s no longer suffering and will watch over you from above.

    Please know that your work family is thinking of you, mourning with you for your loss and send our deepest sympathies at this time to you and all those who loved Sean.

    Much love from,
    Every associate at the Windermere Home Depot

  5. All my heartfelt condolences to the entire Logan family… will always treasure my days playing with Sean in the culdesac.

  6. Dear Connie, Ian and Daniel,
    We are so sorry for your loss, it is so tragic and sad, our hearts go out to you. May your hearts find some peace as this transition frees him from his body and he continues on his journey with loved ones.
    Love from Jani and Lily

  7. I’m very saddened to hear about Sean’s passing. He was a good young man. I have many memories of Sean from watching the kids soccer games or celebrating birthdays. Condolences to his family and friends.

  8. We are saddened to hear of Sean’s passing. He was a fine young man and always a pleasure to be around. Our hearts go out to his family & friends during this difficult time.

    Our deepest condolences,

    Paul & Amber

  9. Dear Connie, Ian and Daniel. I was truly saddened to hear of Sean’s passing. I have fond memories of Sean and Daniel playing with my boys and the other kids in the cul de sac in Yellowbird. Sean was always a ball of energy and definitely punched above his weight.

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