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Logan Michael Ascheman was born to April D. Harper on December 13, 2000 in St. Joseph, Missouri. On March 28, 2002, Logan was adopted by his father Charles R. Ascheman, Jr. and he became the second child in the family. He moved with his family to Cook, NE in April, 2008, at the end of first grade. He enrolled at JCC where he continued his education until his graduation in 2019. Growing up, he loved to be outside with his dog Barney and was a huge fan of Barney the purple dinosaur. He has always been close to his sisters.
Logan excelled at playing tenor saxophone in band and jazz band at JCC. He received the John Philip Sousa Award in 2019. After high school, Logan attended Peru State College for two years. He then worked for over a year at Casey’s General Store where he loved interacting with the community. In 2022, Logan began working for Allied Security at Smart Chicken. He loved his job and never missed a day of work, often volunteering to fill in for others who needed time off.
Logan was raised in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, but was recently searching for his own path. In his spare time, he enjoyed playing Dungeons & Dragons, card games including Yu Gi Oh, Magic the Gathering, Pokémon and others. He loved online gaming on the PS5 and X-Box, Marvel Comics, and in particular “The Hulk” and X-Men. He was an avid reader of online fan fiction, loved history, especially Greek and Roman Mythology and enjoyed debating conspiracy theories. He especially enjoyed spending time with friends and family. Logan could always be counted on to help anyone. He passed away tragically on March 16, 2023. Logan will be dearly missed by all who knew him.
He is survived by his loving parents, Charles and April of Tecumseh, siblings, Avangaline Ascheman and fiance’ Justin St. Clair of Lincoln, Jazdia Aschman and Luis Rodriguez of Auburn, Marie Ascheman of Auburn, and Azura Parsons of Tecumseh, Airelle Seward and Antonio Serrano of St. Joseph, MO and brother Dakota Seniceros of St. Joseph, MO, grandparents, Charles and Deborah Ascheman of Blue Rapids, KS, Robert and Kathy Harper of Sun City, AZ, Mary Hoffer of Rockwall, TX and Jeannie Woolsey of St. Joseph, MO and great-grandma Fern Hoffer of Lincoln and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
A Celebration of Life service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday, March 24, 2023 at the Wherry Mortuary in Tecumseh, Nebraska with Father Christopher Kubat officiating. The service was also livestreamed on the Wherry Mortuary Facebook page and a link to the livestream is now available at the bottom of Logan's webpage.
Visitation will be held from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., with family greeting friends from 5-7 p.m. Thursday, March 23, 2023 at the Wherry Mortuary in Tecumseh, Nebraska.
Memorials may go to the Ichthyosis First Skin Foundation.
Inurnment will be in the Tecumseh Cemetery, Tecumseh, Nebraska.
Online condolences may be left @ www.wherrymortuary.com.
The funeral home has helped the family set up a crowd funding to assist them with their unexpected expenses related to the loss of Logan. Attached is the link: https://www.tmcfunding.com/funds/logan-ascheman/767.