Ourso Funeral Home

13533 Airline Highway, Gonzales, LA


Charles Logue Jr.

November 16, 1988March 12, 2020

Charles DeWayne ‘C.J.’ Logue Jr., born in Greensville, MS and resident of Louisiana, passed away on Thursday, March 12, 2020 at the age of 31. C.J. had a deep love for his family. He enjoyed playing ball with his sons and barbequing with his family and friends. He had a great love for music, fast cars, and overall just living life. The world has lost a very special person. C.J. will never be forgotten and will be truly missed. C.J. is survived by his wife, Billie Logue; sons, Cameron, Andre, and Zayne Logue; father, Charles DeWayne Logue, Sr.; mother, Teresa Roshto (Donald); grandparents, Cathy Diamond, Snake and Jackie Yates, Verna and Jimmy Taylor; sisters, Le Anne Bercegeay (Brent), Samantha Thompson (Cody); step sister, Ashleigh Horne (Chris); brother, Stephen Logue (Kelly ); step brother, Daniel Roshto (Ashley); nieces and nephews, Jordan, Brayden, Peyton, Destin, Amiyah, Jude, Finn, Abigail, Connor, Jaden; aunt, “Monkey” Elizabeth Angel; cousin, Gage DeMarco; long-time friend, Karl Counts; sister-in-law, Krissie Jag (John); his beloved dog, Coco. C.J. is preceded in death by his step son, Julian Kyzar; grandfather, Thomas Diamond; cousin, Michael Vaughn; great grandparents, Marie and Doyle Sloan; uncle, Michael Smith. Services to celebrate C.J.’s life have been rescheduled till further notice. In lieu of flowers, the family is accepting donations to assist with final costs. To offer condolences to the family, please visit www.oursofh.com . Ourso Funeral Home of Gonzales is in charge of arrangements.


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Tiffany Lanier

March 20, 2020

He lived each day unplanned and without expecting to do or go do anything. We had really great times because he said "we need to live like there is no tomorrow, because tomorrow is not guaranteed." He had a strong love for his family and friends and would never turn anyone away. The memories from just talking to barbecuing and going on adventures I never planned to go on. He taught me a lot and showed me another complete side of how life can be. I am forever thankful for him and I will always cherish him and hold him close to my heart. My kids will also have them close to heart.