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Jacob Edward Logeman

1979 - 2014 Obituary Condolences
Jacob Edward Logeman Obituary
Jacob Edward Logeman was born in Jackson, Michigan on October 3, 1979 and passed away January 21, 2014. Jake is survived by his parents, Ken and Sue Logeman; two sisters, Karen and Elizabeth (Betsey); and the love of his life, Tiffany Lambright.

While attending Western Schools, Jake was involved in sports (football, golf, baseball), both marching and jazz band (drums), played the lead in the school's production of 1984, and even was a cheerleader for a season.

Well-loved by the Spring Arbor, Jonesville, and Hillsdale communities, Jake was quick to bond with his customers at the various places he worked. All who knew him were drawn to his sense of humor, always accompanied by his famous smirk. Jake's generous nature made him a ready responder whenever he saw a need.

In 2009, Jake and his mom spent 12 days in Haiti with the Friends of Haiti Organization where his skills were focused on dry walling the International Childcare Ministry offices. He had a heart for the people of Haiti and had made plans to return on his mom's next annual trip.

A hero until the very end, Jake's final wish was to donate to the Gift of Life. Even in death, Jake's generosity is giving seven others a second chance at life. We love you and are so proud of you, Jake!

Memorial contributions in Jake's honor may be made to FOHO Missions, Inc., PO Box 266, Spring Arbor, MI 49283 or The Gift of Life, 3861 Research Park Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48108 (www.giftoflifemichigan.org).

Visitation will be Sunday, January 26, 1-5PM, Watson Funeral Chapel, 2590 Spring Arbor Rd, Jackson. Funeral services will be Monday, January 27, 11AM (10-11AM Visitation), Spring Arbor Free Methodist Church, 120 E Main St., Spring Arbor.
Published in The Hillsdale Daily News on Jan. 25, 2014
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