At 3:40 a.m. Monday, October 28, 2019 our beautiful boy Logan Patrick Malone (Flight) of Glendale, born April 18, 2002 bravely lost his battle with cancer. Just starting his senior year at Mountain Ridge High School, he leaves behind on this earth: his mother, Christi Lambie and father, Alan Lambie of Glendale; step-brother, Marshall; grandparents, Pat and Linda Malone of Phoenix; and so many aunts, uncles, cousins that were like siblings; and dear friends that became family. Logan was and is a bright light in the path of every person he met all the way up to the end of his life.
We couldn’t be more heartbroken nor more proud; our boy was a fighter. He had so much hope and fought like a true warrior until the very end. A true HERO he is to his father and me. He had a passion to make a difference. He had a passion to fight to live. In that fight he had no idea the impact he had and the lives he touched before during and after the fight of his life.
Logan always saw the good in people and saw through their hard shells and was never afraid to challenge an opinion. Nor did he judge you for having a different one. Logan didn’t want nor expect anyone to be less than who they are, and he touched more lives in his short 17 years than most of us combined ever will. Logan called himself socially awkward, but I called him an awkward genius. Such a beautiful brilliant mind and soul.
He was constantly imagining and could entertain himself for hours with that mind of his. Logan was so wise beyond his years. His passion for writing and music showed in his work.
Rest easy, baby, and shine bright like the bright light that you are! You’re part of the stars now my beautiful son. I miss you every second of every minute, of every hour of every day. But I know I’ll see you every night when I look to the sky. You are my sunshine and skies are never grey 😍🌻
A celebration of life will be held on Tuesday, November 12, 2019 at 3:00 p.m. at Palmcroft Baptist Church, 15825 N 35th Ave, Phoenix 85053. In lieu of flowers the family asks for donations made to Phoenix Children’s Hospital, https://www.phoenixchildrens.org/ or the Children’s Cancer Network, https://www.childrenscancernetwork.org/.Print Obituary & Condolences