Our wonderful Dana Young, daughter, sister, wife, mother, cousin, aunt, Amma (Grandmother), and friend was carried away in the arms of our Savior on Friday, February 1, 2013, at St. Luke’s Hospital in Boise surrounded by family and friends; at the age of 49.
Dana was born September 24, 1963 in Dearborn, Michigan to Lee and Crystal Logan. As a young child, her family moved to Buda. Before graduating on May 28, 1982 from Jack Hays High School, she married the love of her life, Rick Young. Shortly after graduation, Dana moved to England to join her Air Force husband and begin their lives together.
Their first daughter, Kristy, was born in England in April of 1983. They moved to Homestead, Florida, a few months prior to Stacey’s arrival in July of 1985.
They remained in Homestead Air Force Base until 1992. In February of 1996, Dana and her family drove across the country to their new duty station in Mountain Home, Idaho.
Dana began a career as a case manager with several different companies associated with the Department of Health and Welfare. She loved her position and wanted nothing more than to help other people. She filled her office with pictures shortly after becoming an Amma (Grandmother) to Makenzie in January of 2005 and Faith in March of 2008.
In 2011, Dana fell ill with a couple different rare infections and was later diagnosed with an even rarer disease. Dana fought furiously against all odds and even became a research patient of the National Institute of Health in Bethesda, Maryland.
She was preceded in death by her grandmother Jane Rudzinski and father-in-law Donald Young. She leaves behind her loving husband of 31 years, Rick Young of Mountain Home, ID; her parents Lee and Crystal Logan of Buda; eldest daughter and son-in-law Kristy and Kevin Cumbie and granddaughter Makenzie of Mountain Home; youngest daughter and son-in-law Stacey and David Lee and granddaughter Faith of McGuire AFB, NJ; mother-in-law Donna Young of Bremerton, WA; brother Brent Logan of Buda; brother and sister-in-law Drew and Karen Logan of Cedar Park, TX; Grandfather Dick Rudzinski of TX; and nu