Dennis Lamount Duersch, 76, of Ogden, Utah, passed away on October 17, 2023. Born on July 25, 1947, in Washington Terrace, Utah, Dennis was a resilient and spirited soul who lived his life with fervor and dedication. A proud graduate of Box Elder High School, Dennis served his nation valiantly as a member of the U.S. Army. His dedication to duty was evident in his lifelong commitment to his service. Even in his later years, he remained a dedicated and tireless worker, a testament to his unyielding spirit.\n\nDennis had a love for the bass guitar and found joy in working in his yard, tinkering with cars, and fixing anything that needed mending. His spirited nature was infectious, and he took pride in everything he did. What mattered most to him, however, was his family, for whom he had boundless love, and his military service, to which he was wholly committed. \n\nDennis is survived by his son, Troy Lee Duersch; step-daughters, Tinia (Justin) Johannes, Taunya (Ted) Guzman; his sisters, Lora Lee (Leon) Oenes, Cheryl Ann (Rick) Hansen; brother, Bryan E. (Kim) Davis; cousin Bart West; and many nieces and nephews.\n\nHe is preceded in death by his parents, David Duersch and Lucille Dagsen; Siblings Linda Lucille (Bob) Benevidez, David J. (Karen) Duersch,Leslie Roy Duersch, vickie Lynn (Jessie) Nicholas and Larry Dean Davis.\n\nDennis's resilience, spirit, and dedication will live on in the hearts of those who were fortunate enough to know him. To honor Dennis's life and legacy, we invite you to share your memories and upload photos to his memorial page. Your stories will help keep his spirit alive and serve as a comforting reminder of the remarkable man he was.\n\nWe would like to extend a special thank you to Canyon Home Health and Hospice for their compassion and amazing care that was given to Dennis in his final times.