10/30/1956 - 03/09/2020
Service Location: Funeral services have been postponed

Bill Dugan, 63, passed away suddenly but peacefully on March 9, 2020 in Gilbert Arizona. He was born to Audrey (deceased) and Mike Dugan in Los Angeles, California in October 1956.

He lived an active life full of love, laughter, family and friends.  Bill was an avid golfer, surfer, sports fan and volleyball dad. He was most proud of his daughters, their many accomplishments and was always the loudest guy in the crowd at their volleyball games.

He is survived by his daughters, Audra Beth and Caitlin; wife, Lindsay; father, Mike; and sister, Sharon Miltier.

The memorial service has been postponed.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Susan G Komen Foundation, komen.org.

Condolences

  • Zeigler family

    So very saddened when I heard of Bill’s passing. He was an awesome, upbeat, guy and always so friendly and kind. Thinking of you all in this very difficult time and sending love and prayers from the Zeigler family. Dary & Sue

  • So sorry for your loss. Bill was always so great to be around. His dedication and love for his family is inspiring. He will be sorely missed.

  • Craig , Patty & Taylor Porter

    Lindsay, Audra Beth & Caitlyn, we are so sorry to learn of Bill’s passing. Craig & I thoroughly enjoyed cheering alongside him at the volleyball games. He was so proud of you girls. What a fun guy to be around. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Craig, Patty & Taylor Porter

  • Craig , Patty & Taylor Porter

    Lindsay, Audra Beth & Caitlyn, we are so sorry to learn of Bill’s passing. Craig & I thoroughly enjoyed cheering alongside him at the volleyball games. He was so proud of you girls. What a fun guy to be around. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  • I had the pleasure of working with Bill the past 11+ years. He was a great friend and will truly be missed. He was always the one with a big smile and loved to laugh and share stories (he had the best stories!). I know his wife and daughters were his pride and joy and his greatest source of happiness. I know you will miss Bill greatly but know that you enriched his life just as much as he enriched yours.

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