Shaedan Chad Strange
Shaedan was born October 10, 1998 in Ogden, Utah to Jason strange and Stacy Shepherd. He grew up in Clinton UT and attended Clearfield High School. He passed away February 16, 2022 at McKay dee hospital. We are very grateful for all the hospital staff that helped in trying to save his life. Shaedan will be most remembered for his generosity, kind, giving, and his loving heart. He lived to spread love and happiness to everyone he met. He loved to entertain others and and make them laugh. He had a gift for this at a very young age. He loved making videos and skits of himself and the neighbor kids as well. Shaedan started a YouTube channel where he shared love, positivity, entertainment and guidance for all. His great potential was for all to see as he had thousands of followers. Shaedan also attended acting classes in California and made many friends with actors from the Disney channel. There’s no doubt he would of had doors open for him in the future. He was everyone’s shinning star. Shae and his mom was the best of friends, they enjoyed their music, movies, walks and long very deep conversations. Shae was his mother’s sunshine and rock. He was always there for his momma. Shae looked up to his older brother Tristan and his older brother Braeden very much. He’s been so proud of watching Braeden grow into the honorable young man he is. There is a brotherly love that can never be broken. Shaedan and his father loved Halloween and haunted houses, swimming and camping at bear lake, filling the hot tub up with bubbles and of course competing on who got the newest iPhone when they was released, he will truly be missed and loved by his father.
Shae is preceded in death by his brother Tristan Strange.
Shae is survived by his father Jason (Lindsay) Strange, mother Stacy Shepherd, brother Braeden (Bailey) Strange, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews and many other family members who love him.
Shae will be missed greatly and his life will not be forgotten.
There will be a celebration of life on Friday, February 25th from 12pm-2pm at Aaron’s Mortuary in Clearfield, UT. All are welcome to pay their respects. There are 2 go fund me pages set up in his honor to pay for the burial costs. All extra donations will be paid forward to a suicide awareness charity. The family wants to say a special thanks to everyone who has donated and for all the prayers.
“Do not be fooled by its commonplace appearance. Like so many things, it is not what is outside, but what is inside that counts”