Chris and Chasta Rhine in memory of their son Logan
Chris and Chasta Rhine, lifelong residents of Ashland, are making a permanent tribute to their son, Logan, through the Foundation. Logan Christopher Rhine was diagnosed with Leukemia in June 2000, just prior to his second birthday. After more than three years in remission, Logan relapsed in December of 2003. Following his courageous battle, Logan went to be with God on January 12, 2004 at the precious age of five.
Logan was an adorable, bright eyed child with an infectious laugh. He had an abundant love of superheroes. In fact, you never knew which superhero he would pretend to be from one day to the next. The summer before his death, Logan lived his ultimate dream – meeting his favorite superhero Spiderman – at Walt Disney World.
Knowing the abundant joy meeting Spiderman gave their little boy, Chris and Chasta wish to help make the dreams of other children with life-threatening illnesses come true. To fulfill this desire, the Rhines chose to honor their son with a named fund. They take comfort in knowing their wishes to extend a helping hand to the patients and families dealing with life-threatening illnesses will be professionally honored and managed.
To all who knew and loved Logan, he was without a doubt their SUPERLOGAN. The “SUPERLOGAN” Rhine Memorial Fund will perpetuate Logan’s memory in a way that cares for others battling similar illnesses.