Logan Rohrkemper, 40, of West Hurley, NY, passed away on Thursday, July 1, 2021 at her home in West Hurley, NY, surrounded by her loving family.
She was born on October 22, 1980 in San Luis Obispo, CA, and was the daughter of Anthony and Beth Rohrkemper. Her family moved to Three Rivers, CA in 1982 where she attended Three Rivers Union School and Exeter High School.
After graduating High School, Logan attended community college in Visalia, CA, then eventually moved to Sacramento, CA, where she worked and studied art in the Art Institute. She then moved to Seattle, WA, where she worked as a nanny for 8 years while continuing with her art. She worked mainly in acrylic paint and water color and her work was shown in several local establishments around Seattle. Her whimsical pet portraits were particularly popular, and her skill at capturing the heart of the local characters was incomparable.
Logan loved music of all genres and especially loved attending live concerts. She was blessed to have seen many of her musical heroes live and provided great reviews on all. Her infectious laugh and adventurous spirit was shared with her many friends who have lots of those memories to hold dear.
She is survived by her dear Persian kitty Mildred, her mother, Beth Rohrkemper, her maternal grandmother Harriette Schmidt; her loving uncles Al Nussbaum; Bill Nussbaum (Marilyn Messa); Aunt Anne (Bill) Turnbull; Unlcle Mike (Gerry) Rohrkemper; as well as niece Ema Turnbull, nephews Kazuma Turnbull, Connor and Ian Axup; cousins Sarah (Jared) Axup, and Kevin (Chiemi) Turnbull, many more cousins and hundreds of friends.
Logan is preceded in death by her father, Anthony Rohrkemper and paternal grandparents, Ralph and Kate Rohrkemper, her uncle Jim Rohrkemper, and her maternal step grandfather, John Schmidt.
Arrangements entrusted to Keyser Funeral & Cremation Service, Inc., 326 Albany Avenue, Kingston, NY 12401. A tribute for Logan may be found at www.KeyserFuneralService.com , where you may leave memories and expressions of sympathy for her family. For those who wish, contributions in Logan's memory may be made to Hudson Valley Hospice or cancer research of your choosing.