Logan Koontz obituary, death: Logan Scott Koontz death happened October 26, 2019.
The beloved 16 year old from Yorktown lost his life in a car crash on Saturday October 26th night. The crash happened in the 800 block of Yorktown Road in Yorktown.
Police said the car lost control as it went down the road, veered off the road and hit a tree.
Logan Koontz and Conner Guido were victims of the crash.
Logan is survived by:
- his parents, Michael and Michelle Koontz;
- brother, Lance Michael Koontz;
- grandparents, Brent and Mary Koontz and Dee and Michael Black;
- great-grandmother, Carol R. Parker-Valparaiso;
- uncles, Michael Black, Ben Koontz and Matthew Black;
- aunts, Amanda Black, Katie Koontz and Kathy Black;
- and cousins, Brody, Kyle, Madlyn, Mikey and Mason.
A visitation and service in Logan’s honor holds Saturday, November 2, at Liberty Baptist Church, 1021 Big Bethel Road, Hampton. Time is 5 to 7 p.m.
A graveside service takes place 10 a.m., Sunday, November 3, at Hampton Memorial Gardens with the procession leaving from Tabb High School at 10 a.m.
Memorial contributions in Logan’s name may be made to the Tabb High School Athletics Booster Club.
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Before his tragic death, Logan was a sophomore at Tabb High School where he excelled as a varsity football player, an All-State Track Outdoor Runner in the 800, 4×800, 4×400, a nationally-ranked 800 runner who ran in the 2019 Freshman Outdoor National Championship and a 2019 State Champion for boys track.
Logan was a dedicated lead sport athlete.
A Tabb High School Basketball player, Logan was part of the JROTC program. He played football for Hampton 300, Grafton Tabb Youth Football and played lacrosse for the Titans.
He was also a part of the Key Club, Y-Street, Unified Tigers, Relay for Life, FBLA and Tiger Friends. Logan was a legacy to Pi Kappa Phi.
He swam for the Tabb Tiger Sharks, Marlbank Mudtoads, Coventry Sailfish and was a member of the Liberty Baptist Church and a Young Life.
After Logan’s passing, LSP L.E.A.D SPORTS announced their decision to retire the #19 from its manufacturing. They will no longer make a #19 football jersey for ANY team moving forward. Their statement read:
LSP/L.E.A.D. SPORTS PERFORMANCE has decided to retire the #19 from its manufacturing. We will no longer make a #19 football jersey for ANY team moving forward. Logan Koontz was an incredible kid like no other. We Retire #19 in remembrance of YOU! LLL19
Logan Koontz death sent shock waves through his community. Please say a prayer for his grieving family. May his soul rest in perfect peace.