"I love you, Logan. I'll never forget you, baby," his mother, Amanda Sellers, said before her son's funeral at the Douglas A. Fiery Funeral Home in Hagerstown.
"He was a very lovable child. A very happy child," said Logan's father, Robert Sellers III. "For somebody to actually do this to my 2-year-old son, I can't see any reason for it. I just can't.
Brian Michael Miller, 33, is being held in the Washington County Detention Center on $750,000 bond on charges of first-degree child abuse resulting in severe physical injury, according to charging documents. He is accused of inflicting the head injuries on Logan on Oct. 15, the documents said.
Logan Sellers died Oct. 10. Deputy State's Attorney Joseph Michael said following Logan's death that Miller could face additional charges, either filed through District Court or by grand jury indictment.
However, Tuesday was a day to remember the short life of Logan Sellers, rather than the circumstances of his death.
"You could all remember times when Logan made you laugh. His first steps. His first word," said Pastor David Rodriguez of Lifehouse Church of Bethel. "These memories need to be treasured and held onto."
Rodriguez asked those in attendance to live life to the fullest, commit themselves to their relationships with God and each other and "choose to live eternally .... The journey we have on this Earth, this planet, is short."
"For each and every one of us life will never be the same," neighbor Tammy Gangestad said, reading a poem during the funeral service.
More than 100 people gathered in City Park for a candlelight remembrance of Logan the night he was taken off life support. A similar number attended his funeral and traveled to Rose Hill Cemetery where he was buried.
Family and friends wrote personal messages on the green balloons — Logan's favorite color — before releasing them into the sky.
"When I first heard Logan was hurt, it baffled me," Gangestad said after the graveside service at Rose Hill. "I'm so confused how someone could hurt a 2-year-old baby.
"God made it very clear to me that I had to be there to support them because they would do the same for me," Gangestad said of Logan's family.
Miller is scheduled for a Nov. 3 preliminary hearing on the current charges he faces.