Lawrence E. Logsdon

  • Born: July 5, 1951
  • Died: September 17, 2018
  • Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Anthony G. Staab Funeral Home

900 Chartiers Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15220

staabfuneral@gmail.com
Tel. (412) 921-1705

Tribute & Message From The Family


Age 67, of Elliott, after a long battle with lung disease, passed away on Monday, September 17, 2018. Larry enjoyed motorcycles, guns, pool tables, hunting and fishing in Tionesta, and proved to all that knew him that a foul mouth and a soft heart can share the same body. Father of Tim Logsdon (Jess Perry) and Tammy Diller; special friend of Marlene Lane, Susan Rossell (Jim) and Stacy Lane (Kevin Luffy); "Pap" of Krista Lane, Haley, Madison, Alyssa and Logan Logsdon, Christian Diller and Max and Drake Luffy. Friends and family will be received 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Friday only at ANTHONY G. STAAB FUNERAL HOME, INC., 900 Chartiers Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15220. Services and interment are private.


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Condolence & Memory Journal

I'm sorry for the loss of your loved one. May God grant you peace and comfort during this time of need. 1 Peter 3:12.

Posted by J B    October 13, 2018

Rest easy old friend. You were one of a kind, for sure

Posted by Patricia West - Pittsburgh, PA - Family Friend   September 27, 2018

Obituary says it best. Larry was one of a kind. Cussing at you one minute loving you the next, I would like to thank him for his service. I would also like to thank him for being there for me when my father past. I would also like to thank him for the kindness and caring he show my son. I'm thankful for the time we work together and all the happiness and smiles you gave me. You will nor be forgotten. Peace, Love your friend John

Posted by John Leary - Friend   September 25, 2018

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My deepest condolences to Marlene and family.God speed on his new journey.you will be missed ,my old friend.

Posted by Jeanne Hughes - McKees rocks   September 21, 2018

This is such a huge loss. Larry you made a huge impact at our martial arts studio. We loved having Krista here and you always had a smile. So many of the parents mention you and the impact you had on them. My condolences to the family I cannot even imagine your grief. I'll miss our long talks about life, Krista and that tiny little company that brought us together. You will be missed terribly my friend.

Posted by Dawn Childers - Largo, FL - Friend   September 21, 2018

Deepest Sypathy to Family!!
Larry I'll never forget you! You're one of a kind. I will always remember bike run for my cousin,I got stuck riding with you!! What a blast you ,my cousin Joe and Charlie Thompson had .I will always have that memory and many more.I m sure you're looking down on us with You're Mom and Dad,whom were also dear to me!
Rest inPeace My Friend ,gone but won't be forgotten!
Sincere Condolences,
Lori Schuler -Heuschkel

Posted by Lori Schuler - Poland, OH   September 21, 2018

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Posted by D N - Pgh, PA   September 21, 2018

Much love to you dearest Marlene, Krista and loved ones of Larry. I always enjoyed back and forth banter, trash talking and jokes with Larry. Never took much to whind either one of us up and a laugh was always a win!! Lots of memories of sitting around Mumma Dut's kitchen table doing just that....LAUGHING!! Hadn't seen him in quite some time yet when all of us went out to Outback that night for dinner was like a moment hadn't passed!!
"Till we meet again" Larry, rest well!!

Posted by Joy McDaniel - Pittsburgh, PA   September 20, 2018

Wow. Where do I start? Buddy, we had some good times. Whether it was at the Steeler-Raiders games, the Colts game where you fell asleep with an inch of snow on your face, Timmy and Gail's wedding, up Mcconnells Mill eating "Chicken Bread", Christmas with your kids up your house, you knowing I needed a Xmas tree so you decided to cut your tree in the yard in half or just hanging out. I had a blast with you. You are gone way too early. You were always there when I needed your help. I am so sorry I lost contact with you over these last years. RIP Lawrence. Meffrey J

Posted by Jeff Meader    September 20, 2018

Tim, sorry for your loss. Remember your dad was proud of you and so are we. Love you, Butch and Cathy.

Posted by A friend   September 19, 2018

When the Lord calls our loved ones home, He leaves a gift of memories in exchange. Larry & I lived on the same street back in the 1970's Good friend & good memories. Deepest sympathy to the Logsdon Family.

Posted by Donna DeGregory-Misencik - Conneaut Lake, PA - Friend   September 19, 2018

Larry was my tool buddy when we worked on the construction of PNC Park. He was fun to work with and a good man to be associated with. He left a lasting impression on me. He will be missed. As long as I am alive, he will never be forgotten.

Posted by Arthur J Edmunds Jr - Pittsburgh, PA - Coworker   September 19, 2018

Deepest condolences to the Logsdon Family. Larry was tough on the outside but gentle on the inside. May he rest until the resurrection call.

Posted by Linda Bentley - Pittsburgh   September 19, 2018

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So sorry to hear of his passing. Thoughts and prayers to his family and friends.

Posted by Barbara T - PA   September 19, 2018

Larry was wild and crazy but a good guy. All I ever remember was those motorcycles Rest in Peace my friend

Posted by Mark Franc - Scott Twp, PA - Friend   September 18, 2018

So sorry to hear of Larry's passing.Our prays are with his Family.

Posted by Jill and Kenny Hirschfield-Bisiada - PalmCoast, FL - Family Friend   September 18, 2018

My deepest condolences on the loss of Larry. I haven't seen him since Uncle Stanley passed, I remember him flying up and down the hill in front of Uncle Stanley's house and thinking what a cool cousin to have. My thoughts and prayers are with his family and I'm sure long list of friends. Love James Logsdon and Family.

Posted by James Logsdon - Holiday, FL - Family   September 18, 2018

Condolences to all of Larry's family and friends. We shared some good times back in the day. Rest In Peace.

Posted by Bob Bayerlein - Virginia beach, VA - Friend   September 18, 2018

I remember when Junior came home from military and taught Larry karate. Larry was a tough guy before that anyway, good kid.

Posted by Jeanne Vanderpool Eyerman - Pittsburgh, PA - Family Friend   September 18, 2018