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Obituary: COOK, GRETA


Greta Ann Doutré Cook1960 ~ 2014Greta Ann Doutré Cook, 53, peacefully died March 1, 2014. Greta lived a very full life "Her Way". She was fiercely independent, adventuresome, and passionate about enjoying the great outdoors and having fun. She loved being with friends, living on Lake Sutherland, good music, wakeboarding, hiking, biking, the sun, puzzles and old movies. After the passing of her husband Paul in 2001, Caylie, their beautiful and resilient daughter, became the focus of Greta's life.Born July 13, 1960 and raised in Salt Lake City, she graduated from Highland High School and received her Bachelor's Degree from the University of Utah. Greta was a hard worker and volunteered helping others her whole life. She was a camp counselor to many at Camp Rogers and Utah Diabetic Camps. She chose a life-long career with the National Park Service working in Shenandoah, Olympic, and Yellowstone National Parks. We all loved her sense of adventure and have fond memories of our time together.Survived by her daughter, Caylie Pauline, mother, Greta Ashcroft Doutré, siblings: David (Marie) Doutré, Craig (Suzanne) Doutré, Scott Doutré, Lisa Doutré (Scott) McDermott and seven nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by her husband, Paul Cook and father, David Lamar Doutré.We are forever grateful for her Port Angeles "family" that fully embraced Greta and her daughter. A memorial celebrating Greta's life will be held in Port Angeles, Washington. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, 132 S. 600 E. #100 Salt Lake City, UT 84102-2384 www.jdrf.org.Condolences may be sent to the family at www.allenmortuaries.net.