With heavy hearts, the University of Lethbridge extends its sincere condolences to Toby (BEd ’89; MEd ’04) and Bernadine (BEd ’88) Boulet on the loss of their son Logan, a Humboldt Broncos defenseman who lost his life when the team bus was involved in a collision on Friday, April 6.
Logan had been accepted as a student at the U of L and was scheduled to begin classes in the fall. His parents’ connections with the University and athletics extend back to the 1980s. Bernadine (Bernie) played on the Pronghorns women’s soccer team and Toby has managed the Pronghorns women’s rugby team for years. They are also instrumental supporters of Pronghorn Athletics.
“Our deepest sympathies go out to Toby, Bernie and Mariko on the loss of their son and brother and to Kevin Higo, Logan’s uncle, who is our men’s hockey assistant coach,” says Ken McInnes, executive director of Sport and Recreation Services. “They are part of the U of L athletics family and they should be proud of Logan’s strong and selfless nature. To be an organ donor speaks volumes about the character of this young man and Logan’s legacy is a proud one that will live on in the lives of others.”
Anyone who would like assistance dealing with the loss of Logan can access support through Counselling Services at 403-317-2845 or through the U of L Employee and Family Assistance Program at 1-800-663-1142.
An obituary can be found online on the Martin Brothers website. Family and friends are invited to pay their respects on Friday, April 13 between 7 and 9 p.m. at Martin Brothers Riverview Chapel located at 610 4 St. S. A celebration of life has been scheduled for 1 p.m. Saturday, April 14 at the Nicholas Sheran Ice Centre.
The U of L has lowered its flag in honour of Logan.
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