Logan W. Studley of Waupaca, age 55, passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, August 25, 2011. He was born in Oshkosh, WI on March 5, 1956 to Richard and Diane (Nelson) Studley. Logan was the owner of United Service Agency. He will be sadly missed by his mother: Diane of Waupaca; brothers: Peter (Anne) of Plainfield and Tom of Waupaca, other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his father, Richard. Our community has lost a loving man of great compassion. Though Logan’s time on earth was too short, the life he lived was lived to the fullest. Possessing boundless energy and curiosity, Logan’s greatest passion was learning, his greatest joy was helping. Sharing these joys and passions provided him with limitless satisfaction. Two outstanding examples, Community Choir and the Masonic Lodge. The choir allowed him to express his love of music and the lodge his love of God’s wonderful creation. Logan, and a small handful of Brothers, with names like Badgley, Godfrey, Larsen, Lear, Pomeroy, Christensen, Woolsey, Petersen, Meihan and Bell, sustained Waupaca’s Masonic Lodge with its over 150 years of tradition. These Brothers along with Logan’s involvement in Waupaca’s Lodge has benefited this community in ways unknown and unheralded. Logan’s family has been loyally supported by the love of his friends and relatives. Those wishing to memorialize Logan need only to sometime attend a church service at St. Olaf’s church in Amherst or visit the Masonic Lodge in Waupaca. Call Ann Bell at 715-258-0237 and she’ll send you a monthly church bulletin with a service schedule. Call Dennis Lear at 715-258-6198 and he’ll arrange for you to visit the majestic Masonic Lodge Logan so loved. Kind, strong, brave and loyal, Logan lived his life knowing with certainty that we are all God’s children and as such are all sons and daughters, brothers and sisters, mothers and fathers to each other. With this truth as a guide it is impossible for a person to materially error. The Masonic Service was held on Wednesday, August 31, 2011 at 1 p.m. at the Maple Crest Funeral Home. The visitation was on Wednesday at the funeral home from 12 p.m. until the time of service.