Bob Logan was an incredible human being! He lived with Parkinson's for over 24 years and stole the hearts of all those he touched at Neuroboxing. Our Fighters and Coaches were deeply saddened by the loss of dear sweet Bob on October 30th. He was a true fighter in every sense of the word and he loved being a part of Neuroboxing and all the friends he made there.
Bob Logan was born Nov 7th, 1945. He received his engineering degree in Newcastle NSW Australia. He loved sailing catamarans, the beach and karate.
He has 5 children, Penny, Peta, Gabby, Robby and AJ & 6 grandchildren. 1 grandchild he never got to meet, Phoenix.
Lauren, his beautiful wife, describes him as a great husband, very romantic and always positive! He had a passion and a twinkle in his eye for most things and Bob sure loved Neuroboxing.
Neuroboxing is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of those with Parkinson's Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Stroke and Traumatic Brain Injury.
We help our members Fight Back through Non-Contact Boxing, Functional Training and Wellness Therapies. Our wellness centered approach is helping to improve the lives of those living with these conditions and helping to support their families.
To Honor the Memory of Bob Logan and truly leave a lasting legacy here at Neuroboxing, together with his wife Lauren, we decided to create The Bob Logan Scholarship Fund. This fund will be focused specifically on supporting members who are unable to afford the program at any of our Neuroboxing locations.
At Neuroboxing, we never turn anyone away for inability to afford the program.
Your Donation will help us provide much needed Scholarships which will include a Neuroboxing Gym Bag for each Recipient!
Each Bag will contain Gym Memberships and New Boxing Gloves and Wraps for Fighters to get started on their Journey to Fight Back and Regain Control Over Their Lives!
We Appreciate all Donations! Your Support will help the lives of so many fightng these conditions and Help Build a Lasting Legacy in the name of a Truly Strong and Amazing Fighter!
We Miss You Bob !
Neuroboxing Fighters, Coaches and Volunteers