Andee Joy Duncan passed away due to medical complications brought on by blood clots in Logan, UT on March 26, 2020, at 41 years of age. Andee was born January 8, 1979 in Tooele, UT to loving parents, Shane and Vickie Duncan. As a small child growing up in Dugway, UT, Andee displayed an unusually strong creative spirit. Of her many talents, dancing, music, and art were her main interests. Whether participating in dance recitals as a little girl, perfecting the flute in her teens, winning accolades for her photography as an adult, Andee’s creative brilliance was evident. Andee’s attention to detail combined with said creativity in her youth led to the design of many games whose rules to this day confound her younger brother and cousins. Andee graduated from Dugway High School with honors in 1997. Her quick mastery of most subjects and high capacity for learning led to a want and need to understand the technicalities and inner workings of any subject or object that held her interests. A love for film and theatre resulted in her obtaining the lead role in the Dugway Elementary School 6th grade class production of Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew and a weekend job in high school operating the film projector at the local theatre. After graduation, an enthusiasm for theme parks, working with children and a fearlessness reserved for the young, provoked a sudden relocation across the country to Orlando FL. While in Florida, Andee worked at both Disney World and Universal Studios. While employed with the latter, she worked on the production of a popular children’s entertainment program and in this position was closely affiliated with the Make a Wish Foundation where she helped to bring absolute joy to sick children whose wish was to become acquainted with their favorite, singing, dancing, purple dinosaur. Andee is survived by Vickie Duncan (mother), Cody Duncan (brother), Christopher Duncan (brother), along with many loved aunts, uncles, and cousins. She is preceded in death by herfather Shane Duncan, Grandparents Warren and Mary Lou Ahlstrom, grandparents Farren and Roween Duncan, grandmother Irmgard Ahlstrom, Aunts Jeannie Hogan and Kathy Edgeman, Uncles Bob Hogan and Gary Edgeman and cousins Tara Fulmer and Taft Ahlstrom. Andee was a talented, sensitive, strong willed woman who lived life strictly on her own terms. Her evident desire to make others happy was matched only by her love for animals. There were not any hungry stray cats prowling the streets in whichever neighborhood Andee happened to live. Andee will be greatly missed and will remain forever loved. Our family would like to thank the Logan Regional ER staff for their care of Andee. A Graveside service will be held at the St John Cemetery, in Rush Valley, UT on Tuesday, March 30, 2020 at 1:30 PM.\n\nTo send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of Andee Joy Duncan please visit our Sympathy Store.