Who was Logan Castello? Logan Castello was a former United States army. He was very humble and a gentleman who was very passionate about serving the country. He was among those guys who was very passionate about the army and nothing else was his passion except for being an army and helping people out in the country and protecting them.
Unfortunately, Logan killed himself without leaving any of the notes or even confronting anything about it. He was one hell of a guy who just wanted to be an army but he took his life while he was serving in an army base in Fort Hood, Texas. It’s been 10 months since he left the beautiful world and his beautiful life.
|Birthday||January 18, 1998|
|Parents||Kenneth Castello(Father) Patricia Troyan(Mother)|
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10 Facts on Logan Castello:
- Logan Castello was born on January 18, 1998, in the United States of America.
- His age as of 2020 would have been 22 years old but unfortunately, he killed himself on November 20, 2019.
- He died at the age of just 21 serving the United States Army in Fort Hood, Texas.
- Logan is the son of father Kenneth Castello and mother Patricia Troyan.
- Few days before Logan died, he would frequently visit the army’s psychiatrist as he was suffering from Anxiety and would take Vistari medicine.
- It has been over 10 months since Logan Castello died. But even after all this time, his family has not received an autopsy report which is a medical report of the body to determine the cause of the death. This has also made people suspicious of whether it was really a suicide or not.
- Castello is among those 28 army’s who took their life in Fort Hood, Texas army base, and since then there has been a lot of controversies regarding it.
- Logan and his family used to live in Wheeling, West Virginia.
- His birth name is Logan Michael Castello but he is better known as Logan Castello.
- He was buried in Patron Funeral Homes & Crematory Kelly Kemp Braido located in Barnesville, Ohio.