A photo of former Utah Gov. Olene Walker and her husband, Myron, is displayed outside the Gold Room at the state Capitol in Salt Lake City during a public viewing for the politician Thursday.

Walker, the first and only female governor of Utah, died Saturday at age 85. She became governor when Gov. Mike Leavitt left in 2003 to head the Environmental Protection Agency.

Walker, a Republican, served 14 months as governor and 11 years as lieutenant governor. Funeral services for close friends and family will be held at noon Friday at the LDS Canyon Rim Stake Center, 3051 S. 2900 East.