Paul, Logan Ronald Lawrence - Millbrook First Nation. It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of our son, Logan Ronald Lawrence Paul of Millbrook First Nation, NS at the young age of 33 years. He started his new journey on Saturday, June 11, 2022.
Logan is survived by his son, Skyler Paul, Bible Hill; mother, Anita Paul, AB; father, Jack Paul, Millbrook; brother, Chance Paul, Millbrook and Gen Bonin, Bedford; sisters, Sharday Paul, Millbrook, Tyson, Truro, Rose Archibald, Calgary; Stephen Cummer and grandmother, Kathy Archibald. Logan is going to be sadly missed by nieces and nephews, Harley, Dustin, Haylie and Kylie Cummer all of Calgary, Tyrelle and Tyrana Paul of Millbrook and Mercedes Paul, Bedford. Logan sadly leaves behind his beloved best friend, his dog, Apache Paul. Many aunts and uncles, honorary uncles, John Wayne Smith (Tiffany) of Stellarton, Lance Paul, Millbrook; honorary cousins, Lisa Paul, William Clair, Millbrook, Jerico Barnaby, Britny, Millbrook, Delia Barnaby; cousins and right-hand men, Frank Barnaby, Millbrook, Robert Sylliboy, Truro Heights as well as many extended family and friends.
Logan was predeceased by his grandfather, Chief Lawrence Paul; grandmother, Angeline of Millbrook First Nation; grandfather, Robert Samuel Archibald of Denver, NS; great grandparents, Sandy, Martha Julien, Millbrook; great uncle, Shawn Paul, Millbrook First Nation, Bill and Sadie Paul, Indian Brook – Sipekne’katik.
Logan was born in Truro on October 21, 1988. He was currently working in landscaping with his right hand man, Robert Sylliboy. He was a Jack-of-all-trades.
In his early years, Logan began travelling with his grandmother and the Millbrook community members on pilgrimages to Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré in Quebec. He enjoyed being the senior’s helper on each trip – a true Warrior for his Native community. He would help anyone at any time and will be missed by all who knew and loved him.
Logan was also a member of Boxing Nova Scotia and had several trainers during his involvement in boxing. He received numerous awards and trophies. He and his brother, Chance made Mi’kmaq history at the North American Indigenous Games in Winnipeg in 2002 when they both brought Gold Medals home to Millbrook. Logan not only boxed, but coached as well. He instilled so much ambition, pride and strength in all the young boxers he helped train. He was a true motivator for the youth in the area.
He loved being outdoors exploring nature. He especially enjoyed bonfires where he would tell and hear stories of back in the days of his grandparents.
Donations in Logan’s memory may be made to CMHA – Colchester East Hants or IWK Kids Rehabilitation Services – ADHD.
A visitation will begin on Friday, June 17th at 5pm in the Seniors’ Centre in Millbrook. A Funeral Mass will take place on Monday, June 20th at 11am in the Sacred Heart Church, Millbrook with Father Dariusz Miskowicz officiating. Arrangements have been entrusted to Colchester Community Funeral Home, 512 Willow St., Truro, NS. Online condolences may be sent to the family by visiting www.ColchesterCommunity.com