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Logan S. Lawson

July 9, 1996 — April 13, 2024

Rockville

Logan Stefon Lawson, gone too soon on Saturday, April 13, 2024. He was born on July 9, 1996 in Olney and came into this world bright-eyed and with a full head of black hair.  He quickly became everyone’s favorite on the Roby side as he was the very first grandchild.  He spent most of his early years with his Grandma and Pop Pop (Roby) as Kristen and Lance were both working full time.  Things were tight for this new family, but their “VILLAGE” was large.  Then along came his little brother, Lynden, and they had been inseparable ever since.  Weaving into this mix were Logan and Lynden’s older siblings, Lance Jr. and Alyssa, who they were with almost every weekend and through the summer months.

Logan, at an early age developed a love of arts, fast cars and music of all genres.  Otis Redding was a musical favorite starting as young as 2nd grade!  He also went on to learn and play the guitar.  His love of art influenced him  to decorate wherever he could with graffiti.  His father may still have his old headboard covered with his artwork. 


When it came to sports, Logan was drawn to FOOTBALL.  Being given the nicknames, “Little Big Man” and “Big Youngin” by Coach Bruce, that led him to open friendships with new teammates.  He and the entire family still hold South Germantown Football very close to their hearts.


Logan loved his family, sometimes to a fault.  He had his parent’s passion of caring for all who knew them.  He loved spending time with Lance, Jr. and Alyssa on weekends, having crabs around the “back road” with the Lawson/Dutton family and going to parties with the extended cousins in the Evans family.  These bonds that were created can never be broken. FAMILY regardless of blood.


Logan went on to graduate from Northwest High School where, as a freshman, he excelled in football and then onto Montgomery College part time, while working at Ledo’s in Germantown.  This is when his love for the kitchen and cooking came into play.  This may have been in his DNA from his dad’s side with his Grandma Haroldine, Aunt Audrey and Uncle Chris’ passion for cooking.

  
Logan had a smile that no one could deny. He loved his friends with his whole heart and if you knew him, then you loved him and you knew that you were loved. 


He will be our Forever Angel and he will continue to be in our hearts forever with his unforgettable smile.❣️

Logan will be deeply missed and forever cherished by his loving parents, Kristen Roby and Lance Lawson (Tracee); his siblings, Lance Lawson, Jr., Alyssa Torres (Allan), and Lynden Lawson; his grandparents, Forrest and Margaret Roby, III, and George and Haroldine Robinson; his aunts, uncles, cousins; and a wide circle of relatives, friends, and football teammates. 

He was met in heaven by his uncles, Jason Lawson, and Christopher Dutton; and other beloved family members.

Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, April 20, 2024 at St. Peter's Church, 2900 Sandy Spring Road in Olney, Maryland with Rev. Thomas Kalita officiating. 

The family will receive friends from 10 to 11 a.m. on Saturday, April 20th at the church in Olney. Interment will be private. 

May Logan's memory be a blessing to all who knew and loved him.
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