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Shane Schultz

Born: 2/1/1970, Deming, New Mexico
Death: 6/19/2013, Murray, Utah
Service: 06/26/2013, 1:00 pm, Moab Baptist Church
Interment: 06/27/2013, 11:00 am, , Sunset Memorial Gardens Cemetery

Shane Lee Schultz 43 of Neola, UT passed away on June 19th, 2013 in Murray, UT after a short illness. Shane was born in Deming, NM February 1st, 1970 to George Robert and Barbara Kaye Schultz.

The Schultz family moved to Moab in early 1976, Shane graduated Grand County High school in 1988 and then was accepted into the United States Coast Guard, serving 2 years aboard the USCG Cutter Ironwood and then at Air Station Kodiak (Kodiak, Alaska). After leaving Alaska Shane and his new family lived in Nevada, Utah, and Arizona before making Los Alamos, NM their home in 1996. He graduated from the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) Artesia, NM in 1999. Shane served with the Pojoque and Tesuque tribal police agencies and then as a United States Federal Air Marshal. In 2008 he entered military service again, serving with the 1st Infantry Division Fort Riley, KS as a Combat Engineer. Shane married Stephanie Corn of Moab January 16th 2010. In early 2011 he was deployed to Afghanistan with the 4th squadron 4th Cavalry Regiment "pale riders". In late 2012 Shane retired medically from active duty, at that time he and his wife relocated to Neola, UT, he was attending USU at the time of his death.

Shane loved being in the mountains around Neola, he loved being outdoors with his dogs, fishing and camping. Shane enjoyed jeeping, it's in his genetic make up.. He enjoyed spending time with family and friends, making homemade pizza and grilling on the BBQ. Shane was know and will be remembered for his sense of humor, crazy pranks, and that infectious laugh of his.

Shane was proceeded in death by his father George R. Schultz of Moab, UT and Brother Jesse Schultz of Los Alamos, NM. He is survived by his wife Stephanie Schultz of Neola, UT, mother Barbara Mitchell of Clovis, NM, brothers Tony Schultz (Aidai) of Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, Wes Schultz (Mandy) of Bagdad, AZ, and Kevin Schultz of Los Alamos, NM, daughter Jessica Underwood-Wallace, granddaughters Jayci and Audrey of Houston, Texas, son Tyler Schultz of Los Alamos, NM, daughter Kalyn Schultz of Los Alamos, NM, Sadie and Luna his beloved dogs of Neola, UT, step children Alyson Allgood (Dylan) of Neola, UT and Cassie Lema of Moab, UT. Stepmother Diana Webb (TJ) of The Villages, FL, stepbrother David Slavens (Heidi) of Minneapolis, MN, stepsisters Jennifer White (Ryan) of Colorado Springs, CO, and Ellen Trachman (William) of Denver, CO. Shane is also survived by many nieces, nephews that he adored.

A viewing will be held on Wednesday June 26th, 11am and services will follow @ 1pm, Moab Baptist Church, Moab Utah. Internment Thursday June 27th, 11am at sunset memorial cemetery, Moab, Utah. A lunch will be served following the interment @ Moab Baptist church.


4/8/2015 - I am just hearing of this sad loss. My condolences to the entire family. - Elaine Waters

6/29/2013 - Shane was an amazing man. I hope the days, weeks, and months ahead are made somewhat easier knowing that Jehovah God, who cannot lie, promises us that by means of Christ Jesus our loved ones will be resurrected to life on a paradise earth, where "death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore." (Revelation 21:4) At that future time I hope that alongside Shane all of you together enjoy lives bursting with happiness and joy! May the resurrection hope comfort us during this time of grief- Kindly, Tori Jones - Tori Jones

6/26/2013 - I worked as a Security Officer with Shane at Cities of Gold a LONG time ago and as a Supervisor and friend, he was the best. His easy going personality, sense of humor,intelligence and so much more made me proud to work with him. I send my condolences to the family and he will be greatly missed. Soar with the Eagles Shane. - Chris Chavez

6/26/2013 - Our deepest and most heartfelt condolences to the Schultz Family. We knew Shane as a co-worker of the Pueblo of Pojoaque Tribal Police Department. There are no great words of comfort we can offer other than a mere "We're sorry". May you know this brief message is filled with sympathy of the passing of Shane and with prayers for the lovely family and friends he leaves behind. Sincerely,in thoughts and prayer, - Angela Montoya & Chris Sandoval

6/25/2013 - Shane was my son-in-law and married to my daughter Jody for 20 years. I loved him and always looked forward to my yearly vacation trips to Los Alamos to see Jody, Shane and Tyler and Kalyn. We went on many trips together and had a lot of fun over the years. I was even allowed to drive his red Dodge pick up when I was visiting! I will miss Shane very much. My heart is broken for all the family members and especially for my grandkids Tyler and Kalyn who no longer have their dad. Love, Joyce - Joyce L Cerutti

6/25/2013 - I met Shane when we was stationed at Fort Riley. We had both gotten stationed there around the same time. Soon after my wife and kids got to Kansas Shane and Stephanie would occasionally come over for dinner. My oldest daughter would sit on Shane's lap and trace his tattoos with her finger, totally enthralled with it. Shane was always a joy to be around, I will miss you my friend. You family is in my thoughts. - Kenneth Gottschlich

6/25/2013 - My husband and I had Shane and Stephanie over a few times to our home in Fort Riley. Gemma our oldest daughter loved Shane. She'd just sit in his lap with no reason at all but to be with him. He was one of the most intelligent guys I have spoken with. He always had this way about him that lit up an area like fire. When my husband called me to tell me of his passing my heart broke. For his children and for his wife. The world lost such an amazing person. He was such a gentle and caring person. He was just happy to be with the woman he loved and his kids smiles. That love between them is very inspirational and I know it will be carried on between them. Shane, I love you very much. Stephanie and family I love you and I think of you every day. - Stevie M. Gottschlich

6/24/2013 - I worked with Shane when he was working as a Security Officer for the Pueblo of Pojoaque. This was when he live in Los Alamos and before he became a Police Officer and Air Marshal. When I last saw Shane he told me that he was going back into the military. I haven't heard from or about him since, but I remember Shane as a hard working guy, dedicated to the job, who was fun to be around. I am very sorry to hear about his passing at such an early age. I know he will be missed by everyone who knew him. My deepest sympathy to his family and friends. - Harry Howard

6/21/2013 - Shane was a wonderful man to be around. Our children loved seeing him and his wife. He will be greatly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with his friends and family in this time of need and Shane will never be forgotten. We Love and will miss you forever Shane. God bless! - Jarred and Karrie Kemp

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