View Full Version : RIP Logan Coffey

04-21-2008, 15:06
I dont have anymore details at this time. Many of us know him by his gear company, Tactical Tailor.

You will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with your family and friends.


Two people killed in Lakewood crash

06:40 PM PDT on Sunday, April 20, 2008

Associated Press

LAKEWOOD, Wash. - A 35-year-old Lakewood man and a woman were killed and three others injured when a red Ferrari struck a shuttle bus in Lakewood.

Courtesy of Dean Minor

Two people in the Ferrari were killed in the crash.

Lakewood police Lt. Dave Guttu says the driver and passenger in the Ferrari died at the scene on Sunday afternoon.

The driver and two passengers in the Transpro shuttle were injured and taken to local hospitals for treatment. Guttu says the injuries were not believed to be life-threatening.

The sports car had been going north on Gravelly Lake Drive when it crossed into the southbound lanes.

The Ferrari struck the Transpro shuttle about 12:30 p.m.. Transpro provides rides to disabled and elderly passengers.

It was not known if speed was a factor in the crash.

Tacoma and Lakewood police shut down a section of Gravelly Lake Drive for several hours to investigate the accident.

04-21-2008, 16:20
God speed Logan. You will be missed. adal

04-21-2008, 18:58
Oh wow. Was just in there the other day, and just read that article on another local news site but didn't make the connection. RIP.

Goggles Pizano
04-21-2008, 19:26
Rest in peace Logan.

04-21-2008, 20:32
Rest Easty Logan. Thank you for your dedication to the American Soldier, Sailor, Airmen and Marine.

04-21-2008, 22:22
Rest easy, Logan. You'll certainly be missed.

04-22-2008, 09:21
Mr. Coffey was a great guy and will be sorely missed. He did a lot of excellent work for Gerber and in my dealings with him I found him to be a very upbeat and optimistic person with a refreshing "can-do" attitude. He was one of those rare individuals that combined intelligence with a hard work ethic.

It always seemed that Logan could figure out a solution for whatever we threw at him, often in a matter of days rather than months. Very much what you would expect from someone so young that could build a thriving business from the ground up.

I have nothing but respect for him and my prayers and thoughts are with his family.

RIP Logan.


04-22-2008, 09:39
RIP Logan

Red Flag 1
04-22-2008, 15:22

04-23-2008, 14:08
Damn. RIP Logan.

04-24-2008, 02:30
Rest in Peace Brother.

He was a good guy. He started his business around the same time I started mine. I would send my LEO customers his way for gear. He worked out of a small shop just a stones throw away from mine. Came by my shop and gave me one of those posters of his. I sold my business and he went gang busters with his....

He'll be missed by the LE community, military, and local business associates alike.

04-24-2008, 04:20
Well shoot. This just plain sucks

Thank you Mr. Coffey for taking the time to do gear the right way. I have no doubt that it's quality and your attention to helped me to survive more than one encounter with the enemy.

Peace to those that knew you Sir...rest well.


04-24-2008, 14:45
Rest in peace, Mr. Coffey.


04-24-2008, 16:47
RIP Mr. Coffey

04-24-2008, 17:59
RIP Mr. Coffey

04-24-2008, 21:18
RIP Logan. You were a true Patriot.