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Deanne Durand

Deanne Durand passed away March 10, 2020.   She was born January 12, 1958 to Richard And DeVonne Morgan Pepple in Klamath Falls, Oregon.   

Deanne graduated from Elmira High School and married Steve Carroll in 1976; together they had one son, Jason Carroll.  They later divorced.  She  married Troy Durand in 1997. 

She enjoyed skiing, cross-country skiing, volleyball, mountain biking; and loved being a grandma. 

Deanne is survived by her husband, Troy Durand,  her son, Jason Carroll; grandchildren, Bram and Zach Caroll; sisters, Pamela Morgan anmd Michelle Pepple Bradley.

She is preceded in death by both parents, and a nephew, Aaron.

Many thanks to Intermountain Hospice; sister Pam, family, friends and girlfriends, and her family at Kapp. 

My mom was a smart, strong, independent, sassy, bright spirit.  She was at her happiest when spending time with family, friends and especially her grandkids and granddog. She collected friends everywhere she went and surrounded herself with great people.  She loved being outdoors and being active.  She was always there to comfort and help others around her and made everyone feel special. She'll be deeply missed.  She was very comfortable during her last days and left this world peacefully.  I know she'd like everyone to remember the good times you had with her and the laughs you shared.  I'd like to ask you to write down a memory or story you have with my mom so that it can be shared at her celebration of life. You can send them to her Facebook or if you plan on attending bring it with you and share it yourself.  Details of the ceremony will be announced soon. 

Condolences may be sent to the family at www.aaronsmortuary.com.


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Deanne was a client first,with that big beautiful,curly hair. We quickly became friends and shared our love of the outdoors.
Hiking, biking, skiing, and just talking.
She was a friend indeed. Through the good and bad, she always had good advice.

Debbie Knies Mar 14 2020 12:00 AM