Found eternal peace on April 10, 2022 at age 57. Made in Texas, proud and loving father of Christian A. Bazar, Catherine G. Bazar, and Jillian R. Bazar. Dedicated son of James Guy Bazar and Mary A. Bazar (nee Hirshfield). Beloved brother of Courtney (The Rev. Owen) Henderson. Further survived by an army of relatives and friends and his furry friend, Marty.
Logan passed from this world due to natural causes, but he was an unnaturally talented, intelligent, loving, kind, and generous man. Jack of all trades, master of all; somehow, he was able to shine brighter in each of multiple fields than most people could manage in a single one. If he tried it, he excelled in it. He spent years as a professional actor/singer/dancer, touring the country in dramas, comedies, musical theatre, and improv groups. He played acoustic and electric guitar, bass, percussion, harmonica, mandolin, piano, and pretty much any other instrument he picked up. Oh, did we mention the songwriting? This dude was a prolific lyricist and composer, and his songs were good - I mean, he would do things like casually enter a competition to create a theme song for a huge, nationally-syndicated podcast and actually get chosen. He won a ridiculous number of honors for his video production, directing, writing, and editing. He taught himself computer coding and became an adjunct professor of it. He created museum installations and worked with publicly traded companies to strategize ways to increase their market share; yet somehow we haven't exhausted his list of skills and accomplishments.
Still, Logan was proudest of his family and friends. His children were his greatest joy - he would spend hours talking the voices, watching late night TV eating donuts, and getting fully immersed in the world of One Piece with them. He loved hosting his family and friends -- let's be real; he considered his friends his family as well -- for movie nights, dinners, and live music shows. His jokes were well-told and his humor largely inappropriate. And he would give you the shirt off his back even if it was his last one and it was -4 degrees outside.
Those who know Logan know that he was a wearer of hats. Please grab a favorite one of your own and join us for a wake in his honor at Northshore Funeral Services on Friday, April 15 from 4:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m., with a gathering to celebrate his life at 6:30 p.m. There will be tears, music, laughter, and love. And probably some swearing.
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