Logan Thomas Sattler

Logan Thomas Sattler

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Logan Thomas Sattler, 18, of Essexville, our amazing and wonderful son, brother, grandson, nephew, cousin and friend was born into eternal life on Monday, April 13, 2015. Logan was born in Saginaw on August 9, 1996, the son of Brenda Sue Johnson and Thomas Scott Sattler. He was a 2014 graduate of USA High School and was a freshman at Saginaw Valley State University. Logan had a natural gift for history and was pursuing his passion of becoming a history teacher, with a minor in government. Logan was an excellent cook and will forever be remembered for his love of music, along with his smart, funny and caring personality. Logan will forever be missed and was the most perfect son of Brenda and husband, Brian Peruski and Tom and wife, Kristin Sattler. He is also survived by his best friend and brother, Aaron Sattler and siblings, Jacob and Robert Powers, Tommy Sattler; maternal grandmother, Barbara Johnson; paternal grandparents, Jim and Linda Sattler; great-grandmother, Mary Lou Lorencz; aunts and uncles, Lisa and husband, Dale Grifka, Sandra and husband, Jeff Rehak, Lynn Sattler, Liz and husband, Tom Fritz, Kathy Sciumeca, Mary Lorencz, Margaret and husband, John Shagena, Gwen and husband, Michael Allanson, Stephanie Sattler and Steven and wife, Carol Sattler. Logan also leaves behind several cousins, extended family members and friends. He was welcomed home to heaven by his maternal grandparents, Wally C. and Bernetta (Langley) Johnson and uncle, James Sattler. Logan's family will be present to receive visitors on Friday, April 17, 2015 from 2:00 PM until 8:00 PM with a 7:00 PM Vigil for the Deceased at Skorupski Family Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 955 N. Pine Rd., Hampton Twp. On Saturday, April 18, 2015, Logan will be taken to St. Jude Thaddeus Parish (St. John the Evangelist), 614 Pine St., Essexville, where visiting will continue from 11:00 AM until the time of his 12:00 Noon Funeral Liturgy. Fr. Dale Orlik will officiate with a private Rite of Committal to be held at Holy Family Cemetery in Unionville. Memorial contributions may be directed to the Ronald McDonald House. Expressions of sympathy may be shared with the family online at www.skorupskis.com.

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  1. Logan had such potential as a creative chef. Everyone i heaven will benefit from his creativity and his uplifting spirit that gave him strength and will pursuehis goals and objectives. We will miss him as a part of our family.

    Great Aunt Jean

  2. Logan was a happy busy little kid who took power naps with his eyes open! When he came for a visit at Little Grandma’s he didn’t mind that his playmates were all his old great aunts. He was okay with us hitting balls with him or playing pirates. He grew up to be a smart, witty young man who will be missed by so many. My heart goes out to Brenda, Aaron, Brian, Tom, Kirsten and all the boys – Rob, Jake and Tommy. He will forever be in our hearts.
    Aunt Mary

  3. My deepest sympathy goes out to Tom, Kristin, Brenda, Aaron, Rob, Jake and Tommy, Linda & Jim, Aunt Mary Lou and all the rest of Logan’s family. Logan was an amazing personality and even though I didn’t see him often I do remember his tremendous wealth of knowledge about history, especially WWII. Brenda may remember a spaghetti dinner out in Unionville that she and the boys attended and I had the pleasure of talking with Logan for quite a while, he was probably around 8 or 9 yrs. old, maybe even younger. I was blown away by all the facts and information he could offer about all things Army and WWII. He would have been a great teacher in the future.
    His passing will certainly leave a great void in all your lives. But think of how he is reunited with his great grandparents and Uncle Jimmy,and all who went before him, what a wonderful reception he received in heaven!! He will meet all his Armed Forces heroes!
    May God bless you with peace and comfort in your grief and with support from family and friends to help you with your loss.
    Mary Smith

  4. Mr. & Mrs. Sattler,
    My sincere sympathy to you and your family. When I heard of Logan’s death, I had to think for a minute, but I did put a face on him in my mind (and it was confirmed by his picture here) and I remember him well from coming through USA Middle School while I was Principal’s Secretary there. I have since retired 5 years ago and when kids would move into the High School, I would always lose track of them but in the office, you remember the ‘trouble makers’ and he was not one of them. So….. I don’t know the circumstances but may he rest in God’s loving arms now.

    Again sincerely,
    Mrs. Robert Becker
    6146 Unionville Road
    Unionville, MI 48767

  5. Our deepest expression of sympathy goes out to Brenda, Aaron, Brian and the entire Sattler family. Words can not express the sorrow and pain we feel for your loss. Our prayers go out to you all at this most difficult time. Greg & Lisa Luczak

  6. Brenda Aaron Brian and family

    We are so very sorry about Logan. Stunned to say the least. He always had a smile to share and that incredible wit that made us laugh. Life is not fair. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

    Love
    Glenn, Sandy and Lauren

  7. Logan will always be remembered by all the staff at USA Early Child Care Center. When Logan was younger he attended our latchkey and summer programs. He had such a awesome personality, so caring to other children and staff, and easy going. After hearing of Logan’s passing, I had staff contacting me and sharing stories of Logan at the center. Logan and Aaron brought me back a Sponge-Bob key chain from a family vacation one year, I am still currently using it. I also will never forget all of his history lessons for me, because I am not good at history, so he would always try to teach me and all the other children. He also was a great player at Battleship (I think I lost more then I won against Logan). When I look back through old pictures, I recall lots of great memories of Logan. As the children get older, I lose contact with them. But last year, I saw Logan graduate and this year, I got the privilege to meet Tommy as he entered our program. Heaven gained a great young man, with a caring soul, lots of history knowledge and much, much more! Logan will never be forgotten at USA ECCC by all staff. Julie (Ewald) Ruth, USA Early Child Care Center

  8. You will be forever missed nephew. Our family will truly miss your humor, whit, and just spending time with such a great young man we were proud to call nephew/cousin.

  9. Tom and family…I hurt for you all and so sorry for your devastating loss of such a handsome young man. You all are in our deepest prayers during the difficult time. Know that Logan is now pain free and will always be with you in his amazing spirit and strength.
    May light perpetual shine down upon Logan for eternity.

  10. I remember Logan when he went to the elementary school. He was a very nice boy. He will be missed. God only takes the special ones, he has special plans for them. Angles are watching over you and your family. God Bless.

    Mrs. Deb Cramer

  11. God has received another angel. I remember meeting Logan when I taught at USA. He was a smart well behaved young man who loved school. May Logan rest with God and the angels.

    Sincerely, Sharon Krzyzaniak

  12. Last October while visiting my sister Mary Lorencz, Logans great Grandmother I told Logan I was wishing he had chosen to be a Chef and he could attend Platt College in Oklahoma City and he could stay with me. He said that was his back up plan. Logan was such a joy to all family members. I didn’t get to spend much time with Logan but I will forever miss him as I do his Uncle Jim and grandfather Joe. Mildred Cosper

  13. Quite saddened to hear this news. Logan was such a great student in ENGL 111 at SVSU. He will be missed. My deepest sympathies for the entire family.

    Kim Lacey (Logan’s English professor, Winter 2015)

  14. Prayers out to his family, he was a great guy and i will always remember him, and i will always miss him. It won’t be the same without him around…

  15. I met Logan because I work with his mother. Both Logan and Aaron impressed me as very fine young gentleman and I love the stories Brenda shares about them. I know Benda’s heart is broken and I am praying for her and her family. I wrote a poem for you Brenda. Your love for your sons shows so deeply and I know will continue to grow.
    Love,
    Betty Bushey

    The Mother

    The Mother looks across the room,
    Sees him sitting in a chair,
    A peaceful look upon his face,
    But how could he be there?

    She hears his laugh across the yard,
    She searches with her eyes,
    She sees some children run and play,
    That he’s not one is no surprise.

    The Mother sits in his room,
    Surrounded by his things,
    She softly hums a lullaby,
    What great memories this brings.

    The Mother’s heart is full of love,
    Of laughter and of tears,
    She carries with her, evermore,
    The joy of 18 years,

    The Mother feels him all around,
    In his brother’s certain look,
    In a song or perhaps a line,
    From his favorite childhood book.

    The Mother knows, as no one else,
    That he is always near,
    Our gracious God will share him,
    Se we need have no fear.

    So rest your head so easy,
    In us his love still grows,
    There is no greater love on earth,
    Than the love the Mother knows.

    Elizabeth Bushey

  16. So sorry for you loss, May Logan rest in peace !!! Sending prayers your way.
    Carl & Valerie Chappell, Were cousins to Steve & Linda Sattle.

  17. So beautiful as only a mother who has lost a child can realize. Brenda my thoughts and prayers are with you. Mary Fournier

  18. My dear Nephew – You are so missed. I know how much you loved your Mom and how much she loves You!!! You two will always be one… Rest in peace sweet Logan.

  19. I attended usa middle school with logan, he didn’t have to be popular or in a group with other kids, logan brought out the joy in everyone, I remember logan brought two little viles, one contained sliver and the other contained gold, I do believe he got them when he went and visited his grand parents if im right, I will always remember logan with a big ole smile on his face… rest in peace logan god has gained another angel….

    Danielle dutcher
    6154 m-25
    akron mi 48701

  20. What a special young man Logan was. While he was at the elementary school I remember his bright smile, great disposition and his enthusiasm for reading. He would come to the library and get everything we had on World War I and II. Or anything to do with the Army. The book I remember him taking out multiple times was quite big and thick, especially for someone so young. He read that book over and over again. God surly embraced him when he enter heaven. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
    Roger and Gerry Vermeersch

  21. We are going to miss Logan and his humorous stories – he had such a knack for making everyone laugh – such a great, kind, and wonderful young man – may he rest in peace in God’s hands…

  22. We were so sad to hear the news about Logan, our thoughts and prayers are with you and the family. Love to you all. ( Nancy and Gary Thede )

  23. Our Condolence”s To The Sattler Family and Chief On The Loss Of Logan.Prayer”s Wiyh You.Deciderio and Lorna Soto

  24. Did not get to spend much time with Logan, but I had looked forward to talking to him about his desired career as a History teacher. I now will remember his smile, and the birthday present I got for him….the little race car and mug collectors item…that he had been looking for. To the family, I can say that the memories will come over time, cherish them and share them. Grandpa Jack

  25. I miss you so much Logan. I was so proud to be your mom and I feel so blessed that we were so very close. I will miss our daily text and phone calls even though we lived in the same house. You gave me 18 wonderful years but I would have gladly taken so many more. Luv u tons son. Love always and forever mama.

  26. Brenda Sue (Daughter of Wally and Birdie);
    Our sincere sympathy upon reading of the death of your son. We are saddened to hear that and hope you can sustain yourself with faith, love, and hope for a brighter tomorrow.

    Your cousins,
    Patti & Betty Steinman
    Caseville

  27. Dear Brenda, I am so sorry to hear about Logan I did not know until today that he had gone to heaven.

    I will pray for you and your family for this time of difficulty.
    Thelma Dicks


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Logan Thomas Sattler, 18, of Essexville, our amazing and wonderful son, brother, grandson, nephew, cousin and friend was born into eternal life on Monday, April 13, 2015. Logan was born in Saginaw on August 9, 1996, the son of Brenda Sue Johnson and Thomas Scott Sattler. He was a 2014 graduate of USA High School and was a freshman at Saginaw Valley State University. Logan had a natural gift for history and was pursuing his passion of becoming a history teacher, with a minor in government. Logan was an excellent cook and will forever be remembered for his love of music, along with his smart, funny and caring personality. Logan will forever be missed and was the most perfect son of Brenda and husband, Brian Peruski and Tom and wife, Kristin Sattler. He is also survived by his best friend and brother, Aaron Sattler and siblings, Jacob and Robert Powers, Tommy Sattler; maternal grandmother, Barbara Johnson; paternal grandparents, Jim and Linda Sattler; great-grandmother, Mary Lou Lorencz; aunts and uncles, Lisa and husband, Dale Grifka, Sandra and husband, Jeff Rehak, Lynn Sattler, Liz and husband, Tom Fritz, Kathy Sciumeca, Mary Lorencz, Margaret and husband, John Shagena, Gwen and husband, Michael Allanson, Stephanie Sattler and Steven and wife, Carol Sattler. Logan also leaves behind several cousins, extended family members and friends. He was welcomed home to heaven by his maternal grandparents, Wally C. and Bernetta (Langley) Johnson and uncle, James Sattler. Logan's family will be present to receive visitors on Friday, April 17, 2015 from 2:00 PM until 8:00 PM with a 7:00 PM Vigil for the Deceased at Skorupski Family Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 955 N. Pine Rd., Hampton Twp. On Saturday, April 18, 2015, Logan will be taken to St. Jude Thaddeus Parish (St. John the Evangelist), 614 Pine St., Essexville, where visiting will continue from 11:00 AM until the time of his 12:00 Noon Funeral Liturgy. Fr. Dale Orlik will officiate with a private Rite of Committal to be held at Holy Family Cemetery in Unionville. Memorial contributions may be directed to the Ronald McDonald House. Expressions of sympathy may be shared with the family online at www.skorupskis.com.

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  1. Logan had such potential as a creative chef. Everyone i heaven will benefit from his creativity and his uplifting spirit that gave him strength and will pursuehis goals and objectives. We will miss him as a part of our family.

    Great Aunt Jean

  2. Mr. & Mrs. Sattler,
    My sincere sympathy to you and your family. When I heard of Logan’s death, I had to think for a minute, but I did put a face on him in my mind (and it was confirmed by his picture here) and I remember him well from coming through USA Middle School while I was Principal’s Secretary there. I have since retired 5 years ago and when kids would move into the High School, I would always lose track of them but in the office, you remember the ‘trouble makers’ and he was not one of them. So….. I don’t know the circumstances but may he rest in God’s loving arms now.

    Again sincerely,
    Mrs. Robert Becker
    6146 Unionville Road
    Unionville, MI 48767

  3. Logan will always be remembered by all the staff at USA Early Child Care Center. When Logan was younger he attended our latchkey and summer programs. He had such a awesome personality, so caring to other children and staff, and easy going. After hearing of Logan’s passing, I had staff contacting me and sharing stories of Logan at the center. Logan and Aaron brought me back a Sponge-Bob key chain from a family vacation one year, I am still currently using it. I also will never forget all of his history lessons for me, because I am not good at history, so he would always try to teach me and all the other children. He also was a great player at Battleship (I think I lost more then I won against Logan). When I look back through old pictures, I recall lots of great memories of Logan. As the children get older, I lose contact with them. But last year, I saw Logan graduate and this year, I got the privilege to meet Tommy as he entered our program. Heaven gained a great young man, with a caring soul, lots of history knowledge and much, much more! Logan will never be forgotten at USA ECCC by all staff. Julie (Ewald) Ruth, USA Early Child Care Center

  4. You will be forever missed nephew. Our family will truly miss your humor, whit, and just spending time with such a great young man we were proud to call nephew/cousin.

  5. Our deepest expression of sympathy goes out to Brenda, Aaron, Brian and the entire Sattler family. Words can not express the sorrow and pain we feel for your loss. Our prayers go out to you all at this most difficult time. Greg & Lisa Luczak

  6. My deepest sympathy goes out to Tom, Kristin, Brenda, Aaron, Rob, Jake and Tommy, Linda & Jim, Aunt Mary Lou and all the rest of Logan’s family. Logan was an amazing personality and even though I didn’t see him often I do remember his tremendous wealth of knowledge about history, especially WWII. Brenda may remember a spaghetti dinner out in Unionville that she and the boys attended and I had the pleasure of talking with Logan for quite a while, he was probably around 8 or 9 yrs. old, maybe even younger. I was blown away by all the facts and information he could offer about all things Army and WWII. He would have been a great teacher in the future.
    His passing will certainly leave a great void in all your lives. But think of how he is reunited with his great grandparents and Uncle Jimmy,and all who went before him, what a wonderful reception he received in heaven!! He will meet all his Armed Forces heroes!
    May God bless you with peace and comfort in your grief and with support from family and friends to help you with your loss.
    Mary Smith

  7. Logan was a happy busy little kid who took power naps with his eyes open! When he came for a visit at Little Grandma’s he didn’t mind that his playmates were all his old great aunts. He was okay with us hitting balls with him or playing pirates. He grew up to be a smart, witty young man who will be missed by so many. My heart goes out to Brenda, Aaron, Brian, Tom, Kirsten and all the boys – Rob, Jake and Tommy. He will forever be in our hearts.
    Aunt Mary

  8. Brenda Aaron Brian and family

    We are so very sorry about Logan. Stunned to say the least. He always had a smile to share and that incredible wit that made us laugh. Life is not fair. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

    Love
    Glenn, Sandy and Lauren

  9. I attended usa middle school with logan, he didn’t have to be popular or in a group with other kids, logan brought out the joy in everyone, I remember logan brought two little viles, one contained sliver and the other contained gold, I do believe he got them when he went and visited his grand parents if im right, I will always remember logan with a big ole smile on his face… rest in peace logan god has gained another angel….

    Danielle dutcher
    6154 m-25
    akron mi 48701

  10. Tom and family…I hurt for you all and so sorry for your devastating loss of such a handsome young man. You all are in our deepest prayers during the difficult time. Know that Logan is now pain free and will always be with you in his amazing spirit and strength.
    May light perpetual shine down upon Logan for eternity.

  11. I remember Logan when he went to the elementary school. He was a very nice boy. He will be missed. God only takes the special ones, he has special plans for them. Angles are watching over you and your family. God Bless.

    Mrs. Deb Cramer

  12. I met Logan because I work with his mother. Both Logan and Aaron impressed me as very fine young gentleman and I love the stories Brenda shares about them. I know Benda’s heart is broken and I am praying for her and her family. I wrote a poem for you Brenda. Your love for your sons shows so deeply and I know will continue to grow.
    Love,
    Betty Bushey

    The Mother

    The Mother looks across the room,
    Sees him sitting in a chair,
    A peaceful look upon his face,
    But how could he be there?

    She hears his laugh across the yard,
    She searches with her eyes,
    She sees some children run and play,
    That he’s not one is no surprise.

    The Mother sits in his room,
    Surrounded by his things,
    She softly hums a lullaby,
    What great memories this brings.

    The Mother’s heart is full of love,
    Of laughter and of tears,
    She carries with her, evermore,
    The joy of 18 years,

    The Mother feels him all around,
    In his brother’s certain look,
    In a song or perhaps a line,
    From his favorite childhood book.

    The Mother knows, as no one else,
    That he is always near,
    Our gracious God will share him,
    Se we need have no fear.

    So rest your head so easy,
    In us his love still grows,
    There is no greater love on earth,
    Than the love the Mother knows.

    Elizabeth Bushey

  13. What a special young man Logan was. While he was at the elementary school I remember his bright smile, great disposition and his enthusiasm for reading. He would come to the library and get everything we had on World War I and II. Or anything to do with the Army. The book I remember him taking out multiple times was quite big and thick, especially for someone so young. He read that book over and over again. God surly embraced him when he enter heaven. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
    Roger and Gerry Vermeersch

  14. Quite saddened to hear this news. Logan was such a great student in ENGL 111 at SVSU. He will be missed. My deepest sympathies for the entire family.

    Kim Lacey (Logan’s English professor, Winter 2015)

  15. So beautiful as only a mother who has lost a child can realize. Brenda my thoughts and prayers are with you. Mary Fournier

  16. Last October while visiting my sister Mary Lorencz, Logans great Grandmother I told Logan I was wishing he had chosen to be a Chef and he could attend Platt College in Oklahoma City and he could stay with me. He said that was his back up plan. Logan was such a joy to all family members. I didn’t get to spend much time with Logan but I will forever miss him as I do his Uncle Jim and grandfather Joe. Mildred Cosper

  17. Prayers out to his family, he was a great guy and i will always remember him, and i will always miss him. It won’t be the same without him around…

  18. My dear Nephew – You are so missed. I know how much you loved your Mom and how much she loves You!!! You two will always be one… Rest in peace sweet Logan.

  19. God has received another angel. I remember meeting Logan when I taught at USA. He was a smart well behaved young man who loved school. May Logan rest with God and the angels.

    Sincerely, Sharon Krzyzaniak

  20. So sorry for you loss, May Logan rest in peace !!! Sending prayers your way.
    Carl & Valerie Chappell, Were cousins to Steve & Linda Sattle.

  21. We are going to miss Logan and his humorous stories – he had such a knack for making everyone laugh – such a great, kind, and wonderful young man – may he rest in peace in God’s hands…

  22. Our Condolence”s To The Sattler Family and Chief On The Loss Of Logan.Prayer”s Wiyh You.Deciderio and Lorna Soto

  23. Did not get to spend much time with Logan, but I had looked forward to talking to him about his desired career as a History teacher. I now will remember his smile, and the birthday present I got for him….the little race car and mug collectors item…that he had been looking for. To the family, I can say that the memories will come over time, cherish them and share them. Grandpa Jack

  24. We were so sad to hear the news about Logan, our thoughts and prayers are with you and the family. Love to you all. ( Nancy and Gary Thede )

  25. I miss you so much Logan. I was so proud to be your mom and I feel so blessed that we were so very close. I will miss our daily text and phone calls even though we lived in the same house. You gave me 18 wonderful years but I would have gladly taken so many more. Luv u tons son. Love always and forever mama.

  26. Brenda Sue (Daughter of Wally and Birdie);
    Our sincere sympathy upon reading of the death of your son. We are saddened to hear that and hope you can sustain yourself with faith, love, and hope for a brighter tomorrow.

    Your cousins,
    Patti & Betty Steinman
    Caseville

  27. Dear Brenda, I am so sorry to hear about Logan I did not know until today that he had gone to heaven.

    I will pray for you and your family for this time of difficulty.
    Thelma Dicks


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