Logan Montgomery Richins
In Loving Memory
October 1, 1982
Denver, Colorado

Passed Away
August 11, 2013
Lakewood, Colorado

Logan Montgomery Richins, 30, of Lakewood, Colorado, passed away suddenly on Sunday August 11, 2013. He was born in Denver on October 1, 1982. He grew up in Littleton, attended Heritage High School, and raced motocross for several years.

Logan is survived by his daughter Alexandra and her mother Nicole, his father Ralph and his wife Jeanne, his sisters Brooke and her husband Eli; Amber and her husband Mike; and brothers, Trent and wife Elizabeth; Christian, Creston, and Dallas and his uncle Randy.

Family who preceded Logan in death were his mother, Debbie Lynn Richins and grandparents, Jack and Carolyn Montgomery.

A funeral service will be held Friday, August 16, 10:00 am. at Central Christian Church, 3690 Cherry Creek South Drive, Denver, CO.

Though we grieve Logan’s loss, we rejoice that he is at peace

Obituary posted by Al States Cremation

Logan  Montgomery Richins
Funeral Service:
8/16/2013 10:00 am. at Central Christian Church, 3690 Cherry Creek South Drive, Denver, CO.

Memorial Guest Book

Yvette Kelley

Logan, you were always a fun person to have around the house! Todd, Kyle and myself consider you family. God bless you, hopefully be seeing you on the other side....

Nicole Chancey

Although it is too early for you to be gone, not a day goes by that we don't think about you! You will forever be in our lives and I know that you are smiling down on us everyday! Alexandra and I will continue to make you proud until we can all meet up again someday...until then know that we love you deeply! Forever and always, Your Girls Alexandra and Nicole

Kimberly Guerrero

My condolences go out to Alexandria, family and friends. We loved Logan so very much, he was like the son to me. He will never be forgotten. It is so hard to accept that he is gone. Logan we LOVE You.

Aunt Cynthia and Uncle Larry

We really miss you, your smile and your laughter. It is to early in your life to be gone from all of us. We wrapped our protective selfs around you when you needed it and watched you get stronger each passing day. You are gone, but not forgotten. We will always cherish our memories of you and love you.