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Logan Bailey Lowrey, 18, of Prairie Village, KS, died Thursday, June 10, 2021 at her home. A funeral Mass will be held 10:00 AM, Saturday, June 19, 2021 at St Ann Catholic Church, Prairie Village, Kansas. A celebration of life will be held 1:00 PM, Saturday, June 19, 2021 at the St. Ann Catholic Church gymnasium. You may view the live stream of the Mass at www.stannpv.org. You may view her Celebration of Life at : CELEBRATION OF LIFE LIVESTREAM LINK
She was born on May 7, 2003, in Kansas City, MO to Ricklin and Gina (Glaus) Lowrey.
Logan graduated in May from Shawnee Mission East High School where she was an avid member of her band family. Logan was a great inspiration to everyone she met during her battle with cancer for over 4 years.
Logan left our world much too soon, but she lived life to the fullest! She had more amazing experiences and touched more lives in her short 18 years, especially in the last 4 as she battled Osteosarcoma, than most people do in a lifetime. Her old soul was apparent at a very young age. Logan’s contagious smile lit up every room, enabling her to make meaningful connections with both humans and animals. She was passionate about everything she did from loving her family, friends and caregivers, to playing in the marching, symphonic and Jazz bands at Shawnee Mission East, Camp Quality Northwest Missouri and volunteering at Wayside Waifs. Her thirst for knowledge of things in this world and beyond was never-ending. Nothing could stop this fierce and loving young lady. Her grace throughout unimaginable circumstances was awe-inspiring. This warrior motivated thousands with her courage and strength, yet she sought no recognition or praise.
Logan is survived by her mother Gina, brother Garrett, and pug Eva of the home in Prairie Village, KS, brother Joe (Josiah) Lowrey and wife MaKenzie Lowrey and daughter Graceyn of St. Joseph, MO, and sister Brie Lowrey of St. Louis. She was preceded in death by her father, Ricklin Lowrey of the home in Prairie Village, grandparents Kay and Howard Dale Lowrey of Chillicothe, MO and Suzi and Larry Glaus of Benton, MO.
Throughout her cancer journey, Logan received great comfort and relief from numerous alternative treatments such as essential oils, reflexology, acupuncture and massage. We have established the Logan Lowrey Memorial Fund so others may benefit from her experience. These funds will be used to provide cancer kids with gifts of oils and an introduction to alternative treatments for nausea, neuropathy and more and help defray the costs of these amazing services as we pay it forward in her memory. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the Logan Lowrey Memorial Fund, in care of The First National Bank of Louisburg, 4200 W. 83rd St., Prairie Village, KS 66208 or through Venmo to @LoganLowrey-MemorialFund. The 4-digit Venmo code is 9238