Dane Watson, 37, Of Ogden Utah passed away suddenly on April 5, 2023, surrounded by his loving family at the Intermountain Medical Center. \nDane was born September 22, 1985, to Kim and Dani Watson in Ogden Utah. Dane was the oldest of three and loved growing up in the Ogden area attending Ogden City schools, finally graduating from Ogden High in 2004. Dane was a very active young man and always found the time to have fun doing the things he loved most including skateboarding, fishing, and being with friends but above most his love of music. He spent countless hours learning and mastering music production and making beats that would provide the heart to so many hip hop and rap tracks as he worked with others in the industry.\nHe attended the OWATC and trained in Composite Manufacturing which eventually led him to a career with Albany Engineered Composites as an Engineer. While working he made many lasting friendships with his coworkers as they bonded over their craft.\nDane found his faith later in life and was proud to be baptized and become a member of the Catholic Faith. He regularly attended mass at the Cathedral of the Madeleine in Salt Lake City. He loved the beauty of the Cathedral and was a dedicated faithful member with plans to continue all his life as a parishioner there.\nDane met Robyn Slepicoff in the spring of 2022 and was quick to realize she was the one he had been looking for and the two began planning a future together. Shortly after, in the late fall he asked Robyn to marry him, something he planned to do at Christmas, however just could not wait. They had planned to be wed this winter at The Cathedral of the Madeleine.\nDane is preceded in death by his grandparents Grandpa Watson, Grandma Watson, and Grandpa Scovel.\nHe is survived by his fiance Robyn Slepicoff, his parents Dani and Kim Watson; sisters Sydney (Chris) Boise, Libby (Reagan) Perry-Watson; His dearly loved niece Scarlet Watson; Grandmother Barbara Scovel and many loved uncles, aunts, and cousins.\nA celebration of Life will be held for Dane at noon Friday April 14, 2023, at Provident Funeral Home, 3800 South Washington Blvd, family and friends are invited to attend a visitation prior beginning at 11:00 AM. In lieu of flowers please donate to The Cathedral of the Madeleine or a charity of your choice in honor of Dane. Condolences and memories may be shared with Dane's Family online at www.providentfuneralhome.com\nWe will miss you, and forever remember and love you Dane.