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Diane Fern Douglas

May 21, 1949 — May 28, 2024


Diane Fern Douglas, 75, of Salt Lake City, UT, passed away bedside May 28, 2024, from diabetes complications in her Washington, UT home.  She was born May 21, 1949, in Salt Lake City, UT to Jack H. and Fern R. Douglas, both deceased.  After graduating from Salt Lake’s East High School in 1967, she primarily worked in customer service “ground positions" for three airlines (American, United, and finally, SkyWest in St. George, UT, as their Public Relations Manager).

Diane’s artistic talent was recognized in her early school years, working in a variety of mediums (oils, pastel chalk, pen & ink).  She then gained expertise as a stained glass artist, working later in beveled and fused glass dimensional sculpture, studying under world-renowned glass artist, Dale Chihuly.  She settled for more than a decade in her rustic, self-designed Apple Valley, UT, home with connected studio and kiln, professionally creating glass masterpieces and amazingly-lifelike desert art in multiple mediums.

Diane was adventurous, well-travelled, mischievous, enjoyed camping and hiking Southern Utah with friends, and above all, LOVED her dogs (and cats).  She is survived by her older half-brother, Jack S. Douglas and sister-in-law, Karlan M. Hunter Douglas, also of Washington, UT; her younger brother, D.R. Douglas from Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA area; her half-nephew Dr. Scott (Ph.D; professor at University of Northern Colorado) and Teresa Douglas and their extended family of Greeley; CO; and, her favorite Uncle Jay and Auntie Lori Richardson of Salt Lake City.
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