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I apologize, but my column is taking a different turn this week. I find it very hard to write something upbeat when so many are sad after the events of the week.
This week, we lost an Asset in the community, with the passing of Logan Collins.
Logan was a wonderful boy and many adults and children throughout the community are saddened by the loss.
Logan was a soccer player, a basketball player, a Boy Scout and much more. He always had a smile on his face and was always willing to help at the drop of a hat.
Logan has a fabulous family that is proof that he was cut from the same cloth with a servant’s heart and a kind word.
There’s no doubt that his memorial service on Monday will be difficult and painful for many. As parents and caregivers, we must remember that people, including children, all grieve in different ways.
Some are quiet, some are moody and some are talkative. There’s no right way or wrong way, only what is right for you.
I encourage everyone to open the door, but not to be offended if the desire to discuss the feelings isn’t mutual.
I commend the Los Alamos Middle School and the school district as well as Logan’s family for a service that will allow so many to attend.
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