• Logan Scott Seelke

Logan Scott Seelke

Logan Scott Seelke, 50, formerly of Milano, passed away at his Houston resi dence on Friday, June 28, 2024, with his wife of 25 years, Miriam, his mother, Connie Seelke, and his sister, Amber Butcher, at his bedside.

He is survived by his two families; in-laws and birth— his wife, Miriam; mother-inlaw Janie Gonzales; brothers- in-law Daniel, Emil and fiancee Laura; sister-in-law Dina Gonzales Cole and husband Rick; numerous nieces and nephews; special friend, Lance Tarin and wife Shannon; and god-daughter, Aja Tarin; his birth family: mother Connie Seelke, father William Seelke and wife Marilyn, sister Amber Seelke Butcher and husband Charles, brother William Walker Seelke and wife Rachel, son Ivan Troy Seelke and wife Hope, niece Staci Seelke, nephew Waylon Seelke and wife Treasa, great-nephew Draven Seelke, special lifelong friend Nathan Batten and wife Sarah.

Logan was preceded in death by his dearest friend, Troy Richardson; grandparents Audrey and Ray Lewis; grandfather John Ragan; great-grandmother Maudie Coldiron; father-in-law Emil Gonzales; and brother- in-law Noah David Gonzales.

Logan was born Aug. 3, 1973, in Rosebud.

He grew up mostly in Milano, attended school in Cameron, Burnet and Milano. He graduated from Milano High School.

He worked for Loadmaster Engineering for many years which took him to places like Alaska, Dubai, Kuwait and England.

Later he worked for Arc Designs out of Waller and did contract labor for Feland Gunsmithing in Katy.

He was an avid hunter and fisherman and was honored by an article in Ducks Unlimited magazine for the excellent skills of he and his pitbull dog, Lexie, who he raised and trained.

Logan married Miriam Elizabeth Gonzales on Oct. 9, 1999, in Houston.

He kept in touch with many of his school classmates and made many friends over the years. He was loved by everyone who knew him and he returned that love.

Logan will be cremated and plans are being made for a memorial in Houston.

There will be a memorial gathering in Milano at the home of his mother on Aug. 3.

Our Rebel Prankster is gone but will never be forgotten.

Rockdale Reporter

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