Diana May Steele Gee, 86, passed away peacefully on Monday, February 13, 2023, in Murray Utah. She was born on May 09, 1936 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Myron Edward Steele Sr. and Charlotte Elizabeth Hill Steele. She had two older brothers, Myron Jr., and Hugh, both preceded her in death. Diana grew up in Salt Lake where she attended elementary, junior high and graduated West High School. She received her diploma from the University of Utah and later retired as a legal secretary after 30 years in Murray City, Utah. Later she married and was sealed to Ronald F Gee on April 7, 1978 in the Salt Lake Temple. When marrying Ronald, he brought to the marriage his six children. Diana is survived by his children: (deceased-Ronda) Phil, James (Carol), Todd (Lori), Marcella, Anngie (Vern), Donald (Linda), 17 grandchildren and 31 great-grandchildren with two more on the way. She was preceded in death by her husband Ronald, her parents; her two brothers Myron Jr., and Hugh and many other nieces and nephews.\n\nAs a devoted member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Diana served a full-time mission in England and held many ward and stake callings over her lifetime. She was most proud of and talked constantly about her temple mission that she served with her husband Ronald, in the Washington D.C. Temple. After their mission, she and Ronald spent their time together traveling and visiting 72 other temples around the world.\n\nShe loved reading, knitting, doing puzzles with her friends and family, tackling a challenging word search or game of solitaire on her computer and phone. Diana loved to stay busy and very seldom was caught sitting around. Most days you could catch her baking a delicious treat, knitting a Christmas stocking for a family member, or heading to see a show at the Theatre. She was famous for her incredible talent, knitting. Those around her were blessed to receive her personalized Christmas stocking with their name on it, blanket, dress for a doll or even covers for a hanger.\n\nCooking was a passion of hers, and she was good at it. Mostly she loved cooking sweets to share around the neighborhood, or with her family, but her short ribs knocked your socks off from outside the front door. Her caramels and delicious specialty breads were also a fan favorite. Any time you walked through the door you were overtaken by the smells coming from the kitchen. It was amazing. Diana was simply amazing.\n\nAnyone who knew Diana knew her smile. She always had a smile and tried to be positive with a good outlook on life. She never let her disability bring her down or hold her back. She excelled in almost everything she set out to do. She loved watching her favorite tv shows like Family Feud, Wheel a Fortune or her personal favorite, Jeopardy. She knew all the answers better than most of the contestants. Diana was very thankful for all the people who would come by and visit. She loved that and talked about it often.\n\nAs a family we want to give a special thanks to Maddisen and her team at Hopeful Hands Living for the joy and laughter you brought into Diana’s home. You were Angels this past year helping us care for her and without you it would have been impossible to meet all of Diana’s needs. We know that Diana loved you and was very grateful for your time with her. We would also like to say Thank You to Diana’s dear friend, and Nurse Practitioner, Gina Hill with SLWC, for her five years of love and dedication in caring for her. And lastly, another special Thank You to Britnee (RN) and Martha (CNA) with Inspiration Home Health and Hospice. We could not have done this without all of you. To the many others not listed that came before them and during their time, the doctors, and nurses at the hospital, we Thank You, for your time and attention to her as you did. We love and appreciate all that you did for her.\n\nA viewing will be held on Monday, February 20, 2023, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Jenkins-Soffe Mortuary, 4760 South State Street, Murray, Utah, and from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, February 21, 2023, at the Millcreek Stake Center (Millcreek 2nd Ward), 4220 South 420 East, Millcreek, Utah, prior to the funeral services at 11:00 a.m. Interment will be in the American Fork Cemetery, American Fork, Utah.