On Monday March 7th, 2022, Duane Alvin Warden, Loving husband, Father, Grandfather and Brother passed away peacefully in his home at the age of 64 in Tremonton, Utah. Duane was born in Detroit Michigan on February 25th, 1958, to Patricia Smith and Norman J. Warden. He was raised in Willard for most of his life and was the fourth son to 9 children. On September 26th 2008, He married the love of his life Angela Britt in Ogden, Utah and together they joined their loving children. He retired from Petersens Inc. in 2021 after 15 years. He continued working various jobs as a highly skilled carpenter doing what he loved working with wood and making beautiful home projects for others. Duane loved the outdoors and traveling. From the Oregon coast to the ranch in Wyoming, La Barge and East canyon were his go to for camping, fishing and being with his family. You could always find him and his wife on the golf course or playing pool with their friends just having a good time and a cold beer. Duane was a family man and was always up for a bbq outside, his life revolved around his grandkids as each of them were the apple of his eye. He was the best papa. Duane was preceded in death by his parents and younger brother Kevin and is survived by his loving wife Angela and their four children. Amber (Vaun), Rebecca (Todd), Kayla (Derick) and Kolton (Shayna) and 12 Grandkids. Along with his brothers Charlie, Don, Dennis, Keith, Rick, Steve and one sister Wendy. Duane AKA Drano you will be greatly missed and loved for the rest of our lives. We miss you dearly and await the day our family is reunited.
Funeral services will be held at 1 P.M. on Saturday, March 12, 2022. A viewing will be held prior from 11 A.M.-12:30 P.M. All services will be held at the Rogers & Taylor Funeral Home (111 N 100 E- Tremonton). Thank you to anyone who loved and made an impact on Duane and had the honor of being a part of his life. If you would like to send donations or flowers, please send them to the funeral home.
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