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Quentin Cordero Logan, 34, of Austin, Texas, passed away suddenly on April 4, 2023.
Quentin was born on October 28, 1988 to Janet and John Logan in Rome, Georgia. Quentin greatly enjoyed traveling and flourished while spending his primary and secondary school years at Shady Grove Elementary, United Learning Center, and Munro College in Bigwoods District, Jamaica. During Quentin’s time at Louisa County High School, his tennis career really began to take off. Quentin went 14-4 as a sophomore, earning MVP honors and finishing runner-up in the Jefferson District. His Junior year, Quentin once again was runner-up in the district, earned District Player of the Year, and achieved a 16-2 record, only to be topped his Senior year with a 17-1 record. After Quentin graduated from high school in 2006, he went on to study at Hampton University.
During his time at Hamtpon University, Quentin continued to excel at tennis and went 3-8 in singles play recording wins over Maryland-Eastern Shore, Winston-Salem State, and Coppin State. In 2010, Quentin was chosen as the “Wild Card” for the U.S. Open, a distinction that few receive. Quentin's lifetime dream was to found his own athletic/tennis center, in order to teach the game of tennis and help keep youth out of trouble.
Quentin is survived by his paternal grandparents Menona Wynne-Jones and Claude Logan, maternal grandmother Janet Turner, loving parents, Janet and John Logan, his younger brother, Carlton Wade Logan, younger sister Ashley Janiece Logan, and a host of adoring family and friends.
"Do not pray for an easy life, pray for the strength to endure a difficult one."
- Bruce Lee