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Logan Losurdo Biography
Who was Logan Losurdo?
Logan Losurdo, a former vice-captain of Tuggerah Lakes Secondary College, had been missing from the central coast of New South Wales since November 26.
Her body was found 11 days ago but investigators were unable to identify the remains until Monday due to the state of decomposition.
“Shortly after 11am on Thursday 10th March, police were called to Soldiers Beach in Norah Head following reports that human remains were found on the shoreline,” a police spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia.
Police have since confirmed that the remains are those of a 20-year-old man, who was last seen in the Magenta area of the Central Coast in November 2021.
A report will be prepared for the coroner’s information.
The Help Find Logan Losurdo Facebook page announced his death Monday night, saying “it is with a heavy heart that we announce that Logan has been found dead.”
“Our hearts are breaking for all of Logan’s family and friends,” the post read.
We ask that you respect his privacy at this difficult time. Fly high Logan.
Friends and acquaintances left messages about the heartbreaking news.
‘My deepest condolences to the family and friends of this lovely young man. He left too soon,” said one.
Another said: ‘I’m so sad to hear this. Rest in peace dear Logan. Sending love to his family and dear friends, especially those who never stopped searching.
Mr. Losurdo was reported missing around 8:15 p.m. m. of November 26.
Officers from the Tuggerah Lakes Police District, with the help of volunteers from SES, PolAir, Water Police, Marine Rescue, NSW Surf Lifesaving and the Volunteer Rescue Association, conducted extensive land and sea searches in the Magenta and The In trance.
Several of Mr. Losurdo’s personal belongings were located in the North Entrance area.
A video of Losurdo from his school days shows him describing his difficult upbringing and receiving a standing ovation from his classmates.
He was giving a keynote address at the AVID-Advancement Through Individual Determination-Australian Summer Institute in 2018 as a 17-year-old senior at Tuggerah Lakes Secondary College.
Logan was enrolled in the AVID program by a teacher who was also his fault.
In the speech, Logan shows photos of himself as a child while recounting that he lived with his mother and his siblings until he was 12 years old.
“My brothers and I were exposed to things every day that no young person should,” he told the audience.
“I felt like my whole life was a complete lie, my identity, my everything, had been taken from me,” she said.
He then described how a teacher became a caretaker for him and his siblings, redirecting him toward education as a way out of his situation in emergency care.
On the Facebook page dedicated to finding Mr. Losurdo, among the hundreds of condolence messages Monday night, some mentioned seeing his AVID speech.
“I saw the video of him some time ago and was impressed by the achievements of this young man despite a very difficult life.
‘My deepest condolences to his family. I can’t imagine how they feel. RIP Logan,’ wrote one.
That is so terribly sad. I have been following this ever since he disappeared and always wished for a good result. Condolences to his family and friends,’ wrote another.