Logan Edward Roettger 28, from Wadesville, IN passed away on March 24, 2022, at Vanderbilt Hospital in Nashville, TN from an automobile accident in Central City, KY March 23, 2022.
Logan was born October 14, 1993, in Evansville, IN to Tony and Robyn Roettger.
He graduated from North Posey High School in 2012. After High school he went to TSPA beauty school and graduated in 2013 as a hairstylist. He also attended Ivy Tech in Evansville, IN. At the time of his death, he was employed by Juniper Jade Salon in Evansville.
Logan loved life and had a heart of gold. He loved making others feel good about themselves. Logan also had a passion for wrestling since he was five years old and dreamed about becoming a wrestler one day and doing make-up and hair for WWE woman wrestlers. His dreams came true in the last 3 years of his life.
He previously worked at Monoco in Tampa, FL, and styled hair for WWE & NXT woman wrestlers such as Carmella (his favorite), and Peyton Royce before moving back to Evansville.
In 2019 he met Chris Waddell who owned and operated WWA Wrestling Company in Central City, KY. He then started out as a manager for one of the Wrestlers as “Logan Legit” before becoming an independent wrestler himself. Logan loved to perform, and was a natural at it, and lived for wrestling and his fans. He became the most loved wrestler in WWA and won belts such as tag team title and WWA National Champion.
Surviving Logan are his parents Tony and Robyn Roettger of Oldsmar, FL; Brother Anthony Reitz (Amy) Nashville, TN; Sister Stacy Martindale (Jason) of Denver CO, Grandmother Charlotte Wainman Oldsmar, FL; his partner and best friend Chris Waddell of Central, KY; his kitties Toby and Fiona who were his pride and joy and who now reside with his parents in Florida, and many aunts, uncles, niece, nephews, and cousins.
Logan was able to save 4 lives because he was an Organ donor. Logan Was preceded in death by his grandparents Robert Wainman, Warren & Betty Roettger, and Cousin Bryan Lawton.
Special thanks to the first responders in Central City, KY and to Vanderbilt Trauma Hospital, the staff, and doctors who all had the utmost respect for Logan and his family during the worst time of their life.
The family asked instead of flowers and in honor of Logan's name donations be made to Evansville Humane Society or your favorite Animal Shelter as Logan had a tremendous love for all animals.