Logan David Bagley (December 30, 1990–August 2, 2019)
On August 2, 2019, Logan David Bagley, 28, of Rifle Colorado, began his journey into his eternal life and reunification with his son, Noah Christian Bagley. Logan was born in Glenwood Springs, Colorado, on December 30, 1990. Logan Graduated from Coal Ridge High School, Silt CO, in 2009. He remained a local for most of his life, with the exception of employment that lead him to various areas of Colorado. Logan was blessed to have been able to marry in this life. Logan and Marissa Bagley (Wilkins) endeavored into marriage on September 7, 2013. Logan and Marissa were blessed to have been able to bring three children into this life during their marriage, Braidenn Allen Bagley, 6; Bronsonn Hunter Bagley, 2; and Noah Christian Bagley, who went to be with our Heavenly Father August 4, 2015. Logan was a lover of the outdoors; he shared his love of hunting, snowmobiling, and fishing with his two sons, family, and friends. He was a great and loving father to these two boys. There are many people through Logan’s life, whether they be from different stages of his childhood to adulthood, that are feeling a pain, that’s only wish is to bring their son, husband, father, friend, and close family member back. Logan had a very unique personality that brought many people into his life. Logan was loved by many and will be missed by all.
Logan is survived by his wife, Marissa Bagley; their two children, Braidenn and Bronsonn Bagley of Rifle; father, Ronald Bagley; and mother, Charlene (Dink) Bagley of Silt; brother, Shea Bagley of Silt; along with a multitude of aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Logan was preceded in death by his paternal grandfather, George Eugene Bagley of Silt; maternal grandfather, Ernie Whitman of Silt; and his uncle, Ray Bagley of Napa, Idaho.
Logan’s Celebration of Life will be held at 10 am Saturday, August 17 at The Community House, up Rifle Mountain Park, address: 13885 County Road 217, Rifle, CO 81650. Food will be provided after the funeral. Those who wish to join the family after the funeral, at the same location, please bring a camping chair, and any Yard Games that you have. Logan’s Celebration of Life will resemble one of his favorite activities-his time at hunting camp, playing corn-hole.
Please keep this family in your prayers as they grieve the loss of his loving father, husband, and son.
There has also been a GoFundMe account set up to help with financial needs. This GoFundMe can be found on Facebook or using the following link: https://www.gofundme.com/logan-bagley-memorial-fund.
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