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Logan Dale Propst, 28, surfer, fisherman and beach lover with immense heart and great Christopher Walken impersonation

Logan Dale Propst (Courtesy of Hollomon-Brown Funeral Home)
Logan Dale Propst (Courtesy of Hollomon-Brown Funeral Home)

Logan Dale Propst, surfer, fisherman, beach lover, self-made chef (anyone who knew him, knew how well he cooked), movie buff, who loved music and singing and did a great Christopher Walken impersonation died on Sunday, February 7, 2016, at the age of 28. Logan’s time on this earth ended far too soon. You see, the Lord had a better plan for him. It includes a reunion with family and friends he has not seen in quite a while (as well as two family pets he grew up with), all the good food (London broil, chicken fingers, spaghetti and barbeque) he can eat and movies (the few he has not seen). Logan could be made happy with the simplest of things. He has left all the hardships, struggles and difficulties of this life behind.

Logan was more suited to live in a different era; when loyalty, character and personal values were more important. It would not be hard to see him as a “knight of the round table” or “defender of the meek”. How can a guy who has the “Bible App” on his phone not be a person of high character? Logan’s heart was immense. His family knew it and everyone who met him could only say good things about him, like:

“He could always make everyone around him laugh.”
“A genuinely good guy.”
“…always positive no matter the situation.”
“…always had a smile on your face.”
“…I will not forget our instant love and respect…”
“He was as genuine as they come.”
“You were always so sweet.”
“…you were such a sweet heart and kind hearted person…”
“Logan is a good soul and will be missed.”
“You were a hell of a guy Logan Propst, hell of a guy.”
“…he was a great person…”
“You had the biggest heart.”
“The world loses another amazing guy.”
“You changed the way I lived my life and for that, I must thank you.”

This was our son. Logan gave us happiness and unwavering love for his entire life. It is hard to believe someone so pure-of-heart could be taken so early.

Left to cherish his memory; his father, Patrick D. Propst; his mother, Deborah R. Propst; his brother, Kyle P. Propst; as well as local family, Florida family and many wonderful friends.

The family will celebrate his life on Saturday, February 13, 2016, at 1:00 p.m. at the Hollomon-Brown Funeral Home, Indian River Chapel followed by a 2:00 p.m. service. Please come celebrate with us.

Condolences may be offered to the family at www.hollomon-brown.com.

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