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Duane Louis Oliverius

Duane Louis Oliverius, 69, of Dolan Springs, AZ, passed away on March 20, 2024. He was born on June 9, 1954, in Lacrosse, KS.

Duane served in the United States Air Force for four years and was stationed at Ellington AF base. After his military service, he pursued a career that reflected his passion for sports and recreation. He worked as a skilled carpenter in Las Vegas and later for the city of North Las Vegas in their parks and recreation department. Duane was dedicated to providing equal opportunities for individuals and families to enjoy a multitude of activities.

In his free time, Duane enjoyed basketball, boating, billiards, hunting and fishing. He also loved spending time and taking care of his friends and family – including his animals.

Duane is survived by his wife, Sheila East (Dolan Springs, AZ); his daughter and son-in-law, Jennifer and Brian Soellner, their daughter Paige and son Aaron; his son and daughter-in-law, Shane and Carley Oliverius, and their son Maxim; his son and daughter-in-law Gene and Samantha Oliverius; his stepson and daughter-in-law, Anthony Castellano and Michelle Almeida their sons Jonathan, Hirome and daughter Naomie; his stepson Christopher Castellano; his sister and brother-in-law, Barbara and Kenneth Cox; and numerous extended family members.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Louis and Juanita Oliverius, and brothers Robert Oliverius and Gary Oliverius.

Duane will be remembered for many things by many people. However, most will remember his immense kindness, genuine interest in others, and his incredible sense of heartfelt caring and compassion. His love for the outdoors, sports, and family activities complimented his life, and his legacy of generosity and playful humor will be cherished by all who knew him.

A forthcoming service will be announced to honor Duane’s life, at Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Boulder City, NV. Information regarding the upcoming ceremony will be posted as soon as reasonably possible. In the meantime, please direct all questions to: Sutton Memorial Funeral Home in Kingman, AZ.

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