Shane L. (Shaners) Weyland, 42, loving husband, father, son, brother, uncle and friend, passed away April 22 at his home in Grantsville. Shane was born to Michael Weyland and Charlotte Gourley on Aug. 1, 1969 in Salt Lake City. Shane Graduated from Manila High School in 1987 and started as a machinist prior to finding his way in construction. Over the next 25 years, Shane would work for many different companies climbing the construction and millwright ladder. At the time of his passing he was employed with FLUOR at Kennecott Copper. Shane married JoAnn Booth and later divorced. During that time Shane became a father to Shelby and Amanda (deceased) and his son Christopher, who are a few of the many lights of his life. On Sept. 10, 2005 Shane married the love of his life, Heather Carr, adding to his children Shianne, Jacob and Brittane. Shane then became a grandpa to Brandon, Jordan, Anthony and Austin (deceased). When Shane was not working, he lived for the outdoors. He was an avid big game hunter, and loved to duck hunt, trap shoot, ATV, camp and Dutch oven on an open fire. Shane loved his entire family, to include his sisters and brothers, nieces and nephews and was particularly fond of his father-in-law Mike Carr. They spent countless hours working and playing together. He was always there to give advice or lend a helping hand. Shane is survived by his wife Heather, children Christopher (Shelyn), Shelby, Shianne, Jacob and Brittane, mother Charlotte (Paul) Gourley, father Michael (Sharon) Weyland, siblings Laurie (Bobby) Tomac, Scott (Becky) Weyland, Bert (Bobbie) Weyland, Chad (Bobbie Jo) Weyland, Christine ( Jason) Rambo and Neel (Tammy) Colton, grandmother Margie Boswell and many nieces and nephews. Shane was preceded in death by his daughter Amanda, grandson Austin, stepmother Echo Neel, Grandpa Neel, Grandpa and Grandma Weyland, Grandpa and Grandma Warenski, Grandpa Boswell, uncle Wesley Payne, uncle Butch Burr, uncle Roger Warenski, aunt Sherry Tucker, and special niece Serenity Magness. Funeral services will be held April 27 at Tate Mortuary. Viewing will start at 10 a.m. and services will follow. Shane will be laid to rest at the Grantsville City Cemetery following the services. Until we meet again, Shaners, using your own favorite words, get ‘er done.