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Obituary-Logan T. Byard



 

 

            Logan Thomas Byard, 5, of Bowling Green, Ky., died at 10:23 a.m., Jan. 15, 2007, at Vanderbilt’s Children’s Hospital in Nashville.
            The grandson of walking horse enthusiast Donna Byard, Logan was born with congential diaphragmatic hernia, which compromised the function of his heart and lungs. He had many surgeries to help correct the problems. Logan eventually succumbed to many complications after recent surgery.
            Logan touched the lives of many people and will be remembered as a hero to all. He was a son of Brandon C. Byard and Kyla M. Giorgio Byrad of Bowling Green, who survive.
            Expressions of sympathy may take the form of contributions to Logan’s League at all branches of Franklin Bank & Trust. Donations will be used to help families in financial need during medical crises with children.
            Other survivors include maternal grandparents, Mike and Sherry Giorgio of Bowling Green; paternal grandparent, Donna Byard of Alvaton;Dean Byard of Antioch; aunt, Kelly Giorgio-Gumm and her husband, Corey, of Franklin; uncle, Jonathan Giorgio of Bowling Green; maternal great-grandparents, Kathleen Giorgio, wife of the late Vincent “Jimmy” Giorgio, of Bowling Green and Jack McCombs and his wife, Pat, of Smiths Grove; paternal great-grandparents, Lawrence Byard and his wife, Reecie Mae, of Clarksville, Tenn.; paternal great-grandmother, Jean Bryant of Hamilton, Mo.; seven great-aunts and uncles; and several cousins.
            Logan was loved and treasured by many, many friends.
  

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