Burton Juengel Obituary, Death – An airman from the Utah Air National Guard’s 151st Air Refueling Wing passed away on Tuesday, November 29, as a result of medical issues that developed while he was stationed in Guam for a routine deployment. Sgt. Tech. Burton On Friday, November 25, Patrick Juengel, a resident of Roy, Utah, reportedly had an unanticipated medical emergency. The Utah Air National Guard provided this information. He was taken to the Guam Regional Medical Center’s emergency room, where medical professionals worked to determine his condition and treat the symptoms he was exhibiting.

Despite the ongoing treatments Juengel was receiving and the ongoing efforts of the hospital staff, she passed away on Tuesday. His wife, who is also a member of the Utah Air National Guard, their daughter, and the unborn child they are expecting all survive him. As the unit commander during the deployment, Lieutenant Colonel Philip Schembri said, “This is a tremendous tragedy for all of us deployed on this mission.” “Tech. Sgt. Juengel was a remarkable Airman. He performed his duties with a positive attitude that motivated those who worked with him.”

The values of the Air Force, which are “integrity first, service before self, and excellence in all that we do,” are said to have guided Juengel’s life. He was a competent professional who was ready to sacrifice everything to support the mission he was asked to carry out, according to Air National Guard officials. Brig. Gen. Daniel Boyack, commander of the Utah Air National Guard, said, “We are devastated by the tragic loss of an outstanding Airman and express our heartfelt condolences to his wife, children, and family. “During this trying time, our thoughts and prayers are with his wife, kids, and family.” Juengel’s wife and both of his parents were able to visit him in the hospital before he passed away.

We are currently finalizing the plans for a respectful flight from Guam to Utah.