Art died on Tuesday, January 18, 2022, at the Veteran’s Administration Hospital in Fargo, at the age of 67. Arthur V. Schollmeyer was born on March 11, 1954, the son of James and Susan (Dietz) Schollmeyer in Dickinson, ND. He grew up in Dunn Center, ND, with his two older sisters - Suzette and Paulette, and his four younger brothers - Alan, Carl, Paul and Barry. Art attended Killdeer High School and after graduation he joined the United States Army National Guard. After his initial service to his country, he began working in the oil fields of northwest North Dakota. In 1985 Art rejoined the North Dakota National Guard where he worked as a recruiter for many years, retiring in 2001. He later worked for Northern Plains Distributing until his final retirement in 2015. Art and Amy were married for 42 years and raised three children - Alexis, Alysen and Andrew. Art is survived by his loving wife, Amy; his two daughters and son; and four beloved granddaughters - Aubrey, Victoria, Violet and Scarlett. He was preceded in death by his mother and father, Sue and Jim. In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred to Disabled American Veterans. Celebration of Life Service: 5 PM Thursday, January 27, 2022 at Boulger Funeral Home with a visitation one hour prior.

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  1. We’re so sorry to hear of Art’s passing. Our condolences to the Schollmeyer family.

    Paul and Marjorie (Schollmeyer) Temanson
    Minot, ND

  2. Amy, we think about the good times we have had with you two, we are currently down in Cabo and unable to attend Thursdays ceremony, Barb & Ron Arneson

  3. Amy,
    We were sorry to hear about Art. Know that you and your family are in our prayers. God bless.

    Tim and Linda Wanner
    Reno, NV

  4. I’m sorry for your loss. Art was always so kind to us underclassmen. He will be be missed by family and friends.

  5. Our prayers and thoughts are with you with the loss of your loved one Art. It was wonderful seeing him last summer always enjoyed visiting with him. Larrry and Janene Knudsvig

  6. So sorry to hear about Art’s passing. I went to school with him at Killdeer. He was a really nice person. You have my condolences. Karen (Mjolhus) Weisz

  7. My condolences and sympathy to Art’s family. Art and I walked together when we graduated from high school so I have a special memory of him.

  8. My condolences to the family. I served with Art in Recruiting and Retention within the National Guard. He will be missed but not forgotten. Rest in Peace.

  9. Art and I stayed in touch thru out our lives. He was one of my best friends. All my prayers and love to his family. Tim Gerou

  10. Our condolences and our thoughts and prayers are with everyone during your difficult time. May God bless eveyone and give you all strength to get through this difficult time. Rest In Peace Art.

    The Arpin’s
    JP, Amy, Tyler, Madison, and Meghan

  11. So saddened to hear of Art’s passing. Travis worked with Art at NPD and truly enjoyed the friendship that they had over the years.
    Our condolences to Art’s family. God Bless

  12. So sorry to hear of Art’s passing. I worked with Art for 10 years. Loved his sense of humor and the sound of his laughter. I will be thinking of you all during this difficult time. Take care!

  13. Our thoughts and prayers are with each of you: Amy, Alexis, Alyson, Andrew and your families. In the fullness of time we each live a full life. We are thankful to have known Art and that our families have had a connection through the years. We are all sad and love you very much. Bruce and Donna Wandler and family

  14. Cant believe you left us Art!! SO loved!! Graduated from Killdeer High School with him! Many sympathies to his family! Hugs you guys he was one in a million! Special guy loved him!!! RIP Art fly with angel wings!!

  15. Dear Amy & family
    I’m so sorry to hear about Art’s passing. I still remember Amy talking about their motorcycle trips, when she worked at Creative Kitchen. What fun you two had. I hope your many wonderful memories of Art will help you through this sad time. My deepest condolences.

    Claudia English

  16. Oh Amy, I am so sorry to hear about Art. Ed and I send our love to you and the kids and a rosary for Art.
    Love, Cori

  17. Our deepest condolences to the Amy and family. Art and I had a lot of good times in Dunn Center and Dickinson. He was a great guy, and will be missed by all who knew him.

  18. Amy and family, we are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

    Jane & Craig Gilchrist

  19. I was extremely sad to hear the terrible news about Art. He was my favorite rep and we always shared funny jokes and emails through the years even after i sold my business and he retired. He was such a great guy and we are all a little better for knowing him and he will be missed terribly by many, many people. There are many in heaven now laughing because of Art up there telling jokes and just saying very funny things. Goodbye Art and we will meet up again someday. RIP buddy.

  20. We send our condolences to you and your family. We were just informed of your loss. You will always be remembered in thoughts and prayers

  21. We are so sorry to hear of Art’s passing! I remember him as a fun and loving guy, always greeted you with a large smile, and he was always so kind to me as a younger person in school!
    Praying for all!
    Gene and Gynell Harris

  22. Amy, I want to tell you a story about Art. He was our friend. We were all in the military together. One night Art stopped over at the boyz place. I said to Art “Art! Come on in, would you like a beer? Of course he had just got done working for the day. Art said sure, I will have one. So Art waltzes in and I hand him a cold one. He says thankyou and proceeds to drink his refreshment. And than he polished that one off. So I said, Art, would you like another one? Art looked at me as if I was stupid. Of course he said. He said I had a bad day today. Would you boyz care if I had a few. So I looked at the boyz and they nodded there heads so I proceeded to give Art another beer. Well, he drank that also, but faster than the first. Meanwhile back at the ranch. Me and boyz are also drinking. So I’m not quite sure who was getting shitfaced faster. Anyways, finally Art says can I just get my own. I said, please do. So Art drinks 10 more beers. All the boys were looking at each other wondering what the hell he’s doing. Then Art says, boyz, can you call Amy? We looked at each other and said why? Art said, because I’m drunk and I don’t dare drive home. So Amy shows up and that’s our story. Military to military. Shit happens Amy. We do miss him. Sorry for your loss. Lyle lumbar.

  23. So sorry to hear of Art’s passing. If you have Amy’s address and can forward it we would appreciate it.

    Anita and Annabell Dietz

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