On November 2, 2012 our beloved Logan Bewsher was gently lifted  up on angels’ wings and carried to heaven into the loving arms of our Lord.  Forever sadly missed by his loving parents Jason and Anna Marie Bewsher, his sister Avery and brother Kase. Sadly missed by his grandparents Neil and Mary DeGoey and Bob and Babe Bewsher.  Also missed by his uncles and aunts: John DeGoey (Marina), Michael DeGoey,  Mary Reeb (Dan), Debbie Marshall (John),Julie Jubenville ( Jake),  Christopher Bewsher (Sandra) Debbie Weatherhead (Paul).  Also missed by all his cousins.  Logantouched the lives of all who knew him.  Loganled a gentle life and had a very loving and indomitable spirit that was an inspiration to all who knew him.  Special thanks to all the doctors and nurses who cared for Loganduring his many struggles.  A very special thanks to the doctors and nurses in the Pediatric Critical Care Unit at VictoriaHospitalin Londonwho through their competent, compassionate and heroic efforts helped Loganwin many battles only to ultimately lose the war. A heartfelt thanks to Logan’s special friend Rita who always knew how to make him smile. Thank you also to all the family, friends, teachers, educational assistants, bus drivers, strangers and especially the other children who touched Logan’s life.  It was easy to see why God  wanted this little angel because he taught us all so much about life and love.  Logan’s suffering is now over but he leaves behind many heavy hearts as he starts his new and joyful life in heaven.  We will no longer hear his wonderful laugh as he watched the antics of  his favourite cartoon “Tom and Jerry” nor will we ever again witness his delight whenever he watched the yearly competitive family baseball game.  His pearl grey eyes twinkle no more. Rest in peace our precious Logan, you have earned it.  Visitation will be held at the Reid Funeral Home & Reception Centre, 14 Russell Street Leamington (519-326-2631) on Sunday from 2 -5 p.m. and 7 -9 p.m.  Requiem mass will be celebrated on Monday  at 11:00 a .m. at St. John the Evangelist Church – 1688 County Road 46, Woodslee.  In kindness memorial donations to:  John McGivney Centre, Children First or Family Respite.  On line condolences may be left at

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