Ryan Logue
  • 34 years old
  • Date of birth:  May 4th, 1981
  • Place of birth:
    Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
  • Date of passing:  January 14th, 2016
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Ryan Logue, 34, born on May 4th, 1981 and passed away on January 14th, 2016. We will remember him forever.
Candle lit by  niles emerick  on January 20th, 2016

Ryan's passion was matched by few, if any. His sense of adventure was equaled by his sense of responsibility to his work. It is rare to cross paths with a spirit so wise with life experience, while maintaining a hunger for continued learning and growth. The time I spent working with Ryan at Apple in Boulder and Denver leave these character traits forever imbedded on my mind and heart.

Candle lit by  Bobby Walter  on January 20th, 2016

I can honestly say Ryan was unlike anyone I have ever met for the most amazing reasons. Upon meeting Ryan, he was instantly someone I wanted to be around  as much as possible with hopes some of his passion, compassion, and swagger would rub off on me. I was inspired by his work ethic, creativity, and ability to bridge the gap of most everyone we worked with. You will definitely be missed

Candle lit by  Miguel Rodriguez  on January 20th, 2016

Ryan was a very cool guy, I worked with him briefly, and traveled to Italy, and Germany with Ryan. He had a passion for solving problems and I really admired that about him. He was super funny and a genuine person. Im really bummed he is no longer on this earth, it's a real shame as he had so much to offer and share with others  ; (  

Candle lit by  Jessie LeJeune Cherven  on January 20th, 2016

I always looked forward to my closing shifts with Ryan. We had a similar taste in music which played in the office while we closed, and he was the best "youtube-erist" as he called himself. I can picture him in the chair next to me with a silly, child-like grin, waiting to see if I caught whatever silly thing he had just done. Such an amazing, genuine soul who will be missed by so many.

Candle lit by  Patrick Lewis  on January 20th, 2016

When things started to fall apart in my brain sometime in 2010, Ryan was there. He brought out so much good in me through a time of exceptional confusion and depression, giving me different ways to think about things that allowed me to regain control when it all hit the fan. It was so easy to be happy when he was around; he seemed to fill the room with character. You are deeply missed.

Candle lit by  Andre Garcia  on January 20th, 2016

When I think about Ryan, I think about all the great laughs we had in the office at 29th Street.  Whether we were talking about "meat-sweats" or being a youtuberist, Ryan could always lighten the room with his genuine sense of humor and playful spirit.  Ryan, you are missed!!!

Candle lit by  Marci Asner  on January 20th, 2016

I was lucky enough to work with Ryan at Apple in Boulder. Ryan was ambitious with kindness and a great sense of humor. He would lock onto a goal and then make it happen. His shimmer would rub off on those around him. The effect was others reaching new heights in their own lives. His bright and generous spirit will be missed.

Candle lit by  Ben Georgiades  on January 21st, 2016

I feel privileged to have known Ryan. He joined our scheduling team and instantly was inventing and trying to fix everything! I fondly remember the deep discussions, rapid fire ideas and enthusiasm. He was compelling, powerful and creative. I will miss that. We should all feel lucky that we were able to be part of Ryan's world. I will miss him.

Candle lit by  Gina Appel  on January 21st, 2016

Ryan and I worked together at Apple and he truly made everyone around him feel like family. I still tell stories about his amazing leadership and the impact it had on me as a new employee. I will miss him immensely!

Candle lit by  Tracy Rowland  on January 24th, 2016

To Ryan's family....I am so so sorry for your loss. Ryan was a dear soul who touched everyone he met. He had a heart of gold and he learned that from you. We who had a "brief moment in time" with him at Apple were truly blessed by a man who lived in our world and another world that we could only try to understand. We are fortunate to have had him in our lives and will miss him forever.

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