Shane Scull was taken too abruptly from this earthly realm on October, 25, 2021. He was born on December 24, 1972 in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. He was 48 years old.
He grew up in Southern California in the San Fernando Valley region and also spent several years living in Arkansas.
He was Catholic with faith in Jesus. He spent time reading the Scriptures, praying the Rosary, and believed in Saint Mary, with her mercy and her power to intercede with God.
Shane was a devoted and loving husband and father, who loved spending every moment possible with his family, especially his kids. He was united in marriage to Rebecca Davison on August 18th, 2009 in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. They enjoyed many great adventures together until his sudden passing. He was the best husband and partner, very kind, considerate, and helpful with anything his wife or children needed.
His young children would like to include that he was the best dad ever, and was very protective, always helpful, especially with repairing their toys and bicycles. He took the time to teach them, including riding their bikes, flying kites, and instructing them about archery, and riding horses and so many other things. He played games and toys with them including video games, toy horses and dinosaurs. He let his youngest two watch Paw Patrol on his Tablet. His favorite colors were green and grey. He was a really good daddy and he did everything he could for his kids. He loved his children so much, they were his entire world.
He worked as a truck driver after successfully acquiring his CDL, and was an excellent driver in any vehicle. He worked maintenance and repair jobs, and was extremely handy with any tool or problem.
Shane had a very cheerful and fun personality, a great sense of humor, and he was almost always in good spirits. He and his wife Rebecca enjoyed many adventures together during their
He was also super hard working and a tough guy. He enjoyed working the land in Arkansas, clearing trees and building fences, and growing large productive gardens with his family.
He was an avid outdoors man and an experienced survivalist, who hiked and camped all over the Southern California and Arkansas Mountains.
He loved to fish and was excitedly anticipating the hunting season so he could provide more for his family. He loved riding motorcycles, and off-roading in the desert of Southern California and in the back roads of Arkansas.
At the time of his unexpected death, Shane, with his wife Rebecca, and their children were in the works of making all of their hopes and dreams come true, as he was preparing for the big move out of state to begin their new adventure, a homestead and a farm.
Survived by his devoted wife Rebecca and their four children
Noel Serenity Lynn Davison-Scull, age 11, Shane Robyn Davison-Scull, age 10, Chevy Davison Scull age 7, and Stormy Leia Davison-Scull, age 5.
Three brothers, William Scull Jr, Heath Scull, and Christopher Scull.
Predeceased by his mother, Martha Scull.