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DAKCS, Entire ARM Industry, Mourns Loss

Christian Jack Scheel, the seven-month old son of Art Scheel, a long-time DAKCS employee, passed away peacefully on March 6.

To allow the DAKCS family to support Art and his family, the company will be closed Wednesday, March 14 from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm MDT to attend the services.

Another viewing will be prior to the funeral services on Wednesday, March 14, 2018 from 9:30 to 10:30 am. Funeral services will follow at 11:00 am at the Mount Lewis 2nd Ward Chapel, 435 N. Jackson Ave. in Ogden, Utah.

Condolences may be sent to the family at www.myers-mortuary.com.

We appreciate all of your kind words and concerns at this time. Many have asked what you can do for Art and his family. Friends of the Scheel family have set up a GoFundMe account to help with baby Christian’s funeral expenses. CLICK HERE for the direct account details. Here are some of the details from the GoFundMe page:

“We lost our smiley, bubbly baby boy last night after only 7 months. Christian Jack was found unconscious, given CPR, and flown by helicopter to Primary Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake City. While he initially showed signs of recovery and responding to our efforts of talking to him and playing with him, the swelling from oxygen deprivation prevented him from winning his battle.

We worked to get his brothers to the hospital so they could see him before the end came since it was our intention to donate what we could so Christian’s death would mean life for another couple’s child. When Christian’s grandparents arrived with his two older brothers, we were to meet with a grief counselor who would work with our boys to understand what was happening.

Instead, the doctor rushed out and met us. They gave Christian to his mother so she could hold him through the end. 28 hours after everything began, it was over.”

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