David was such a loving son, brother, nephew, grandson and a dear friend to everyone who had the pleasure to know him.
After leaving school with all his standard grades he got a job with a law firm "Harper McLeod", his first interview, how he loved that job and worked his way up to becoming a legal secretary, we were so proud of you, and we always will be.
You passed your theory test and bought yourself a car, you never did get to drive it.
We had known for a few years that David was as his dad now calls him "a tortured soul"
Always worrying about what the future held.
How he hated hurting other people, he couldnt stand the thought of that.
He hated confrontations, hated when people badgered him and didnt give him peace, when people went on and on and wouldnt stop.
David unfortunately couldnt take anymore, the pressure he felt he was under, but now he is at peace where noone can hurt him ever again.
What i can say is that David more than anything loved his friends and loved being with his friends, they more than anyone made him happy,
he loved going out with them, staying in with them, just being with them, i know this as he told me not long ago.
I had lots of chats with David, some personal, but i knew something wasn't right in the last weeks before his life ended,if only someone had come and let us know
the extent of how bad things had become we may have been able to save him, well maybe not save him but have him with us for a little longer.
We never realised how many friends David actually had, his funeral was overwhelming, the turnout was amazing.
When i came to see you i whispered something to you and i never want you to forget that.(its our secret), im so glad we got to place all those little things
in your coffin, even the blue cover, bet you have a smile on your face now.
Dad misses you so much, those funny texts only you and him understood & he thinks of you every single minute of the day.
When we came to see you dad said he saw my teardrop on you just as his fell,you were such a loved son & brother.
Suzanne & Daniel miss you so much but they have lots of lovely memories and they know you aren't far.
Suzanne came to me not long after you had gone and she said "mum davids happy now, we never have to worry if hes going to be okay again", and you know David its true, when i looked down on you, you were so peaceful and i knew then that you were happier in heaven.
David is where he chose to be & David is where he needs to be.
This online memorial was created in loving memory of David Logan, whose life story is told throughout this memorial website. Please sign David's guest book and let us know you came to visit. We will remember David forever.