Brock “Professor Pot” Waldron

Last Updated on January 3, 2024 by Fisher Funeral Chapel

On December 30, 2023, Brock “Professor Pot” Waldron cashed out while enjoying his favorite tune “Shine on You Crazy Diamond” by Pink Floyd. His wife and sisters were by his side.

Born July 15 1977, in Logansport, he was the son of Calvin Steven “Cap’n Crunch” and Karen (Monahan) Waldron.

A 1995 graduate of Logansport High School, Brock earned his college degree from the Alexandria School of Scientific Therapeutics in 2005.

He was a fun-loving man who most enjoyed sharing his knowledge on any topic that would arise during any conversation. He was most knowledgeable in the science of marijuana, its structure and overall benefits of the plant. Brock was also a caring, genuine, honest man who lived his life with intention and integrity. He never met a stranger and considered everyone a friend.

Along with his wife and life partner of 28 years, Cara Troglen, Brock is survived by his mother, Karen Waldron; sisters, Heather (Kenny) James, Kim Waldron (Kelly Kost), Julie Miller, Lauren Waldron (Edward Sosa); one half-brother, Tony Waldron; and one half-sister, Wendy Waldron Bailey. Also surviving are nephews Aden Waldron, Edward, Amelia and Abner Sosa, and Sasia Linden. His uncle Marty Monahan and aunt Laura Diane “Private” Myer were also special to him.

A viewing will be held from 1 p.m. to 4:20 p.m. Saturday, January 6 in Fisher Funeral Chapel followed by a funeral service celebrating Brock’s life. Everyone is invited to show up “freshly baked” to commemorate his life.

You may share memories, photos and offer condolences on Brock’s Tribute Wall at