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Tara Lenea Hudspeth Logeman
May 21, 1969 - September 29, 2003

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Dan and Sharon JosoffDaniel J. Hoffman
Meredith and Marshall IlerMichael and Karen Busby
Rocco VerducciShawn Gosnell
Stacey SanchezDave and Danielle Dawson`


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By: Kyle S. Dec 11, 2013
I knew Tara for only a relatively short time, but she had a lasting impact on me, which says much about her vibrant, giving personality. Many years later, I still remember her quick wit, and her ability to make everyone around her feel better for having known her. I also remember how much she loved her family, little kids, and her pup. She still lives in my heart, and I am sure, the hearts of many. Her life was far too short, but she made a difference in this world.
By: Donald Morgan Oct 6, 2003
Dear David,

I am terribly sorry for the recent loss in your life. Although I never had the chance to meet Tara, I'm sure she was a joy to be around. My prayers are with you at this rough time, and I hope you take care of yourself.

By: Dawn and Bobby Cleboski Oct 6, 2003
October 6, 2003

We just found out about your tragic loss today. Please accept our deepest sympathies. May your lives be enriched by your wonderful memories of Tara and the love she gave you. We will remember your entire family in our prayers.

Sincerely, Dawn and Bobby Cleboski
By: Bruce Sinner Oct 2, 2003
To the family of Tara Logeman I extend my sincerest condolences.

It was a complete shock to me to hear of this tradgety. I am filled

with great sorrow. I only new her causually as I have worked for

her brothers for just over four years. She was a very vibrant,

hard working, and pleasant young woman. Knowing her was a joy. I

hope your faith gives you the strength and courage to get through

this time of dispair. It will be my pleasure to donate to the Grace

Luthern Church building fund in her memory.

Sincerely, Bruce Sinner (paperhanger)
By: Gerry & Carol Sjoden Oct 2, 2003
Please accept our sincere condolences on your loss. Tara was such a delightful young lady. She skillfully guided us through the building of our new home with such warmth and finesse that the whole process was fun. We are heartsick to know that she is gone and will miss her.

With deepest sympathy,

Gerry and Carol Sjoden
By: Kim Smalling Oct 2, 2003
To know Tara was to love her. She had a very giving personality but had great difficulty receiving in return.

We have been friends for many years now and I will truly miss her. Her smile could just make you crack up and her charm with the little ones would win their hearts instantly.

Jim & Gloria..............you may never know why, in this lifetime could something like this happen but you have to put your trust in God and know that EVERYTING has a reason.

David.....you were a good and patient husband to Tara and I thank you for all you did for her. I will miss all the phone calls, emails and big hugs! as will my daughters.


If there is anything I can do for any of you please don't hesitate to contact me.

I loved Tara and will miss her really badly!

By: Sharon Josoff Oct 2, 2003
Jim and Gloria- We send our deepest sympathy to you both and your family for the loss of Tara. I met Tara once at Barb and Ed's, and instantly liked her winning smile and happy nature. What a charmer! I can only imagine your sorrow and grief at this time,it's not suppose to go this way--parents shouldn't have to bury their children. Trust in the promises of our loving Savior and know that Tara is sitting in His presence now at peace. We would very much like to honor her memory with a gift to Grace Lutheran Building Fund. Please remember that so many are holding you all in prayer in days, weeks, and months ahead. May our Father hold you in the palm of His hand. Love, Dan and Sharon Josoff--Yutan, Nebraska
By: Michael & Karen Busby Oct 1, 2003
We met Tara 3 years ago, and always found her to be someone from whom we could count on getting a beautiful smile, and a cheerful "Hey Kids, How's it going?". She was always wonderful to work with and just as wonderful to talk to. A quick wit and great sense of humor were always available. Without question, she was devoted to her family, speaking often of how great their parties and gatherings were, and how close they were. Tara took great pride in everything she did, and was a very classy lady. Our hearts and prayers go to David and to the Logeman family. Tara had such a lovely spirit and inner beauty. This is what we'll remember, and what we'll remind ourselves that we could all follow.
By: Shawn Gosnell Oct 1, 2003
Not alot of people of people could make a transition between what our realitionship was and what our freindship became.The miniute I met Tara I knew she was a great girl! I always knew if I called and had a problem ,she would be there to help me out! Tara's time with us was much too short .Today is a very sad day in my life. For the Logeman family and David my thoughts and prayers are with you.
By: Rocco Verducci Oct 1, 2003
Dear Tara,

I am happy that I got to meet you. You carry with you, the seeds of your life with your parents and family who I have gotten to know over the last several years. Their love and devotion to you is unwavering and I know that they admire all that you are. I will miss that engaging smile and quick wit of yours. Please smile down on us once in a while.


By: Meredith and Marshall Iler Oct 1, 2003
Dear David,

Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this very difficult time. We just found out about Tara's death and will do everything possible to be with you in the morning. Please know how much we love you and support you! You always have a place to stay and friends who love you...we're only a phone call away.

We were blessed to know Tara and are very proud of you...your love and commitment to her...and your unconditional acceptance of her and of who you knew she could become.

With our deepest sympathy,

Meredith and Marshall Iler

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