Duane, Diane and two of Diane’s grandchildren were on their way to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, to a family reunion when three of their lives were lost in an automobile accident on August 10, 2011.\n\nDuane was born on September 5, 1930, in Cardston, Alberta, Canada to George and Ula Butler. He was one of seven children. Duane came to BYU High School to finish his last year and then went to the University of Utah, where he met the love of his life, Helen Scott, at a church social. They were sealed for time and all eternity in the Salt Lake Temple on August 4, 1951.\n\nDuane and Helen started their own business called W. B. Enterprises—Get Mugged. This adventure brought them great joy and happiness as they worked together with their family. Duane also had a dairy farm called Butler Meadows that he worked and enjoyed throughout his life. \n\nDuane met Diane after both of their spouses had passed away, quickly becoming great friends. They set a great example to their children and grandchildren when they married for time in the Salt Lake Temple on June 5, 2010. Duane and Diane were called on a mission and served in a Burmese branch at the time of their deaths.\n\nDuane is survived by two sons and one daughter: Dennis Butler, David (Ann) Butler, Delee (Kelly) Skeen; Ten grandchildren: Cody Butler, Catherine, Scott (Kenzie), Nathan (Ayelen), Brenon, Emily and Matthew Butler, Tahnee (Lorrin Hamilton), Travis and Tiana Skeen; and four great-grandchildren, Kyler, Porter, Odin and Taden. Duane is preceded in death by his first wife, Helen Butler; and a granddaughter, Becky Butler.\n\nFriends may call on Monday evening from 5-8 p.m. at Jenkins-Soffe Mortuary, 4760 South State Street, SLC. Funeral services for both Duane and Diane will be held on Tuesday, August 16, 2011 at the Winder Stake Center, 4366 South 1500 East, SLC, with a viewing at 10:00 a.m. and services beginning at 11:00 a.m. Interment: Murray City Cemetery, 5600 South Vine Street.