Logan David Herriman
Last updated 5/2/2019 at 6:54pm
Logan David Herriman of Cheney, Washington tragically passed away April 20, 2019 in a car accident.
Logan was born April 18, 2001 in Spokane, Washington. From a young age Logan was destined to be a cowboy. He always traveled with dad to multiple rodeos a weekend and hung out with the guys while dad picked up or judged.
As Logan got older, he started competing at junior rodeos where his dad judged and was always his biggest supporter. Without fail you could always count on his mother Misty to be there to cheer him on and capture those crystal blue eyes with every photo.
While on the rodeo trail Logan was competing at a rodeo and got stung by seven bees, that is when he earned his nickname Little Yellow Jacket. He could constantly be found with his rodeo brothers Dylan Beck and Cameron Plaisted.
Logan got into his teen years and found a passion for bullfighting with his mentor Cody Webster. Logan got his PRCA card on his 18th birthday for bullfighting, and was really looking forward to the rodeos he had scheduled for the Fourth of July weekend. He would always talk about how he enjoyed being the cowboy’s guardian angel. He was everyone’s Hero!
Logan was a junior at Cheney High School where he was a valued member of the FFA and the trap shooting team. He always had a smile that would light up the darkest places, had a drive for adventure, and a hug that would last you for days.
Logan leaves behind his parents David and Misty Herriman, little brother Naythen, sisters Ashley, Bailey, Cheyanne and Trina, brother in law Ty Baggerly, nieces and nephews Braxton, Brindle and Mackenzie, girlfriend Riley Petek, grandparents Rilla and John Grimes, Linda and Marty Langworthy, Jim Nolen, aunts Belinda Herriman, Connie Schweikert, Heidi Titus and Kathy Grimes, mothers Brenda Grimes, Chris Beck and Robbie Carter as well as his rodeo and extended families. Now our cowboy in the sky is doing his favorite job, being our guardian angel.
There will be a celebration of life held at the rodeo grounds in Davenport, Washington on May 9, 2019. The celebration will start at 4 p.m. Dinner will be provided for those that wish to stay and share his memory.