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  • 28 years old
  • Born on November 14, 1988 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States.
  • Passed away on September 26, 2017 in Dallas, Texas, United States.

Service Details 

Logan communicated at one point he would prefer if people didn't wear all black to his funeral, so feel free to wear anything blue, gray, purple, orange, green, pink, canary yellow, or whatever color/pattern you prefer. 

Memorial Service
10:00 a.m., Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Turrentine Jackson Morrow 
Highway 75, Exit 38A, Ridgeview Drive
McKinney,  TX 75070
* Use "Ridgeview Memorial Park" for directions if using Google Maps 

An interment will take place at 1:15 p.m., Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery
2000 Mountain Creek Pkwy
Dallas, TX 75211

Celebration of Life Party 
5:30pm - 7:30pm, Tuesday, October 10, 2017 
True North Church / Art Gallery
8680 Main St #1e
Frisco, TX 75033
Parking is in the back of the building

Please feel free to share stories, pics and adventures that remind us of why we all loved him. (family friendly versions only please)

In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to one or both of the following organizations: 

Operation Warriors Heart Foundation was built to unite the power of social responsibility, sustainability, and the healing of our warriors and servicemen. 

22KILL is a 501(c)3 with a mission to not only raise awareness of the staggering number of veterans who die by suicide every day, but to provide empowerment and prevention programs to help drive that number down. 

Posted by Pat Gibson on 25th December 2018
Logan, You are loved more than you can imagine. PatPat
Posted by Pat Gibson on 26th September 2018
I love you so much & miss you every day . Always, PatPat
Posted by Kim White on 4th May 2018
I love you and miss you so much. We think of you every day!! Love you always, Mom
Posted by Kelly Shockey on 14th November 2017
Thinking about you today Logan!!
Posted by Diane Weaver on 9th October 2017
I am so very sorry!! Words cannot express how sad I am for you and your family. Logan was such a sweetheart and will be missed so very much. Thoughts and prayers are heading your way!! Diane, John & Jacob Weavee
Posted by Kelly Shockey on 3rd October 2017
I'll always remember walking into the backyard and seeing Logan at the grill. I would yell "Hey Logan, Whatcha cooking today?" It was always something that smelled good. And it was always fun to see him out there Especially knowing his interest in culinary. I'll remember his hat on backyards with a smile on his face standing by the grill or in the driveway working on his motor cycle
Posted by Brandon Hauff on 2nd October 2017
I didn't know Logan well, but count the times I got to meet him as a blessing. I remember meeting Logan at a Dallas Stars game when visiting the Credera office and later in Kearney when he came with Alyse. To Alyse and family, I am sorry for your loss. I am praying for you all, asking that God may provide what you need and bring together the community of those who have been touched by you all.
Posted by Shana White on 1st October 2017
Cousin Logan, I will do my best and learn from mistakes I see and experience. I am sad I will never be able to see you again. I don't really know what to say or how to say it I just. Love you so much. Rest in peace Shana white
Posted by Meredith Wilson on 1st October 2017
To the White Family: You are in my thoughts and prayers. Words seem so small right now. You are loved.
Posted by Jenna Rose on 1st October 2017
Thank you for serving our country. May god bless you.
Posted by Julie Hollar on 30th September 2017
Phillip, I had onlt one chance to meet you. The one thing I know is you were loved and respected. I wish you and all of your family peace and love.
Posted by Joshua Parker on 29th September 2017
Logan was such a great soilder, friend, and person. Always having a smile on his face and putting smiles on others. I was so shocked when I heard about his passing. I'm still trying to wrap my head around it... To Logan's family I pray daily for you, and hope you find comfort in knowing Logan you has touched many lives in his time here with us. I wrote this poem many years ago when I lost my Cousin. I hope Logan's family and friends and family find comfort in it. Why did you chose to leave us I guess we will never know. It really breaks my heart that you thought you had to go. I wish I could have helped you in what you were going through. But I guess there is nothing more any of us can do. Why does life have to be so hard that people chose to die? With out you in this world all we can do is cry. I hope to see you again one day with that smile on your face. I know you are forgiven by Gods amazing grace. But now your suffering is over and we have to let you go. Wondering why did you chose to leave us I guess we will never know.
Posted by Karen Boschert on 29th September 2017
I first remember Logan as an adorable baby, then as a cute kid, and next as such a handsome young man. I had the privilege of working with him for a short while at my taco shop. He was a talented cook and in fact one of our salsas was a recipe created by Logan. He also taught us a handful of cooking tips he learned at Les Cordon Bleu Cooking School. I remember Logan as fun and funny. He always put a smile on my face. He will be greatly missed. To all of Logan's family, I will continue to pray for you. Peace be with you.
Posted by Christian Washington on 29th September 2017
Logan was a stellar friend and like a brother. Anytime I needed him he was there and without prompting would offer help. Hearing that he was gone was surreal. I found myself wishing that I had caught up with him more recently. There are several conversations I wish I had had with him. I wish that I could spend time with him now. When someone dies and you long to keep talking with them it means that they really did mean something to you. Logan really means something to me. The well being of Logan's family is at the forefront of my well-wishes. Brian, Kim, and Alyse, you are family and Logan was like a brother.
Posted by Julia Takahashi on 29th September 2017
I didnt know Logan personally but wanted to share a word of encouragement. From the other comments I can see he was deeply loved and cared about by friends and family. I saw there was another comment who shared words from the Bible and just wanted to share one more. Isaiah 25:8 shows that in the future God will swallow up or eliminate death forever and wipe all tears from our faces. We look forward to that time but until then deep sympathy--Julia
Posted by Twyla Roberts on 29th September 2017
I don't know your family & I didn't know Logan, but I know someone who was a friend of Logan's. I do know your pain though as we have lost a child. Our son was a Marine & was KIA a little over 10 years now. There is no greater grief than that of losing a child, but just wanted you to know that there are those who truly understand what you are going through, & how much it hurts. I won't tell you that it gets easier with time, because it doesn't, but you will learn ways to cope, & it won't seem quite so hard to bear each day, you will find your new normal. The love, support & prayers of friends & family will help to carry you through, so let them. Most of all, lean on the Lord, & let Him help you to find the strength & comfort you will need. You will be in my thoughts & prayers.
Posted by Becky Nichols on 29th September 2017
Dearest Philip & Pat Family, i just found this on FB. I am so very sad to hear about Philip. I am so glad i was able to see the family at Aunt Babes birthday party. So sorry i couldnt make it to her memorial. Love, prayers and comfort to you all, God Bless, Becky
Posted by Diana Plackemeier on 29th September 2017
Kim, Brian and family, I am sorry for your loss. There are so many memories of Logan and your family from when the boys played soccer together. May God Bless you and your family. Praying for your comfort.
Posted by Austin Plackemeier on 28th September 2017
There are many people that come and go from your life that you always wish you would have kept a friendship with, Logan was one of those people! We played soccer together and I rode my first motorcycle with Logan. He will be truly missed and I will always remember the time we had together! Heaven has gained another Angel.
Posted by Cate Richards on 28th September 2017
I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with Logan's family and friends. Rest with the Angels Logan.
Posted by Christopher Couch on 28th September 2017
Logan, You were one of the ones that helped me break out of my shell at WH. You will be missed to everyone that you touched. May god bless you with his grace. Blue skies, light winds, soft landings brother! "Fraternite forever!" - Chris
Posted by Sarah Dinsmore on 28th September 2017
What an amazing angel the lord now has. You will never be forgotten. RIP Logan
Posted by Bani Christine on 28th September 2017
Alyse, we are so sorry to hear of your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers! Sending you hugs. Love, Buckle iCat Team
Posted by Cindy Allen on 28th September 2017
I am so sorry for your loss. I remember such a kind, funny high schooler when he'd come to the house with Travis. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Posted by Tammie Swain on 28th September 2017
Logan, I will forever remember the times we sat and talked abt absolutely nothing. To the family I'm so sorry, words can not express. Love you all and prayers and hugs always.
Posted by Donna Connley on 28th September 2017
I am so sorry for your loss. There are no words. Sorry doesn't seem like enough.

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