Douglas Wayne Jolley Jr.

April 16, 1990September 12, 2020

Douglas Wayne Jolley Jr. was born in Las Vegas, Nevada April 16th 1990 and left the Earth too soon on September 12, 2020. He is preceded in death by his grandparents Nancy and Gordon Brown. He is survived by his Mother, Susan Jolley, Wife, Ariel Olsen, and four sisters, Liz, Christina, Michelle, and Julie. Doug was an amazing Son, Husband, Brother and Friend and will be missed by all who knew him. He was fun to be around and loved to make people laugh. He had a passion for Anime and loved Dragon Ball Z, Pokemon, and Digimon. He was also a huge fan of Star Wars and the Marvel Franchise. He loved acting and was an extra in High School Musical 2. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, September 26, 2020 at 12:00 pm at Wasatch Lawn.


  • Susan Jolley, Mother
  • Ariel Olsen, Wife
  • Liz Jolley, Sister
  • Christina Jolley, Sister
  • Michelle Jolley, Sister
  • Julie Jolley, Sister
  • Douglas is also survived by many other family members and friends who will cherish his memory.

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  • Memorial Service

    Saturday, September 26, 2020


Douglas Wayne Jolley Jr.

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Kendra Gray

September 28, 2020

I met Doug when Haley used to live at our friend KC’s house. He was such a sweet heart, so fun, and always had a smile on his face! He’s a part of a ton of amazing memories had there and will never be forgotten!

Damon Pitts

September 26, 2020

I met Doug when through my cousin years ago when he worked at the megaplex. They were dating which gave me the time to get to know him. Always polite and fun to be around he would always go out of his way to give me a free soda or discount when he was was working at the theater. I will always have him In my thoughts and will miss him. Love ya Doug!


Haley Barber

September 26, 2020

We met at the theater, such great memories started there. He was such a great friend and always made everyone laugh! I'm sad he left this world but I hope he finds peace. Say hello to Marc and Shriver for me dude! This world lost another great guy and you will be missed dearly.
You will always hold a place in my heart ♥

Gordon Brown IIII

September 26, 2020

Doug was a humble person who was fun to be around and had a good sense of humor. The most recent memory I have with him was when we were moving his grandpa Gordon J Brown Juniors couch into my sister Karen Eyre' s house. I was waiting there with 2 other people and he showed up in time to help us move it in. We couldn't have done it without him. I look forward to seeing and being with him on the other side. I love you Doug and will miss you.

Kristen Wade

September 26, 2020

I’ve known Doug since we were 13 years old. He was such an amazing person. I have so many amazing memories with him. All the school dances we went to together and all the crazy shenanigans we would get into. The one memory I will cherish forever was when we went to our junior prom together. It was on top of the Wells Fargo building downtown. We spent all night dancing and singing our hearts outs! We laughing all night and had the most amazing time with friends. I will miss him very much. He was the person you could always go to when you needed someone to talk to. He had such a genuine heart. R.I.P Douglas! Aka Harley!

Amy Burton

September 25, 2020

Had alot of good times and laughs while working together at the megaplex. Home coming was a great night and ive always have loved this picture of haley and you.

Eve Warren

September 25, 2020

I worked with Doug at BD Medical and we hung out outside of work. He was always a great listener and I always enjoyed a good laugh with him. We hung out once with a group of friends from work and ate at Chili's, watched YouTube Videos and laughed most the night. I am sad to hear that the world has lost such a kind person. Sending his family lots of love.

Matt Warren

September 25, 2020

I first met Douglas while working at BD Medical. I trained him how to run zone one and zone four of the Nexiva machine. From then on, my wife Eve and I became good friends with Doug. We would often hang out after work. I remember working night shifts for 12 hours and then I had a 6:00 a.m. when we would get off work We would stop off at a nearby village inn with a bunch of us work friends and have breakfast/dinner. Those were some of my favorite memories of Doug. Doug will be missed... I give my condolences to his friends and family as well.

Christina Kline

September 25, 2020

Doug is my baby brother we share so many happy memories and alot of bad. But I will forever remember the good. When Doug n Julie were born like just about all twins they were small babies and they had 3 older siblings. Even though we were so young when they were born I remember trying to fit little ol Doug in to a shoe box he almost fit. Mom has pictures of that one. We tried to fit him in glove boxs in the car. Doug was always the only boy in a house full of females. We always made fun of him and dressed him up like a girl I mean when he was a baby we were so hard on him as sisters. But as he grew he was so protective over all of us girls. If anyone dared to hurt mom or his twin he was there to show them he meant business. Doug had the biggest and sweetest heart. He was raised right in all ways and he would give his shirt off his back if he new it would help keep someone warm. Heaven truely got them a good angel this time. He was proceeded in death by our Uncle Joe, Grandma, and Grandpa Brown. So we all know he is very well cared for by family. I may not of talked to Doug much but one thing I always made sure of was that he new how much I loved and cared about him. He was such a free spirit. I love my baby brother.. May he rest in peace. And until I see u again Doug always remember u r in my heart and will always be on my mind.. I Love U Baby Brother Love Ur Sister, Christina Jolley- Kline

Michelle Jolley

September 25, 2020

It was not your time! I lost my best friend and brother. Somebody who mean the world to me. when you left me I couldn't even walk straight on my feet. And now my heart is broken. I can't stand to see you leave. You were a great friend and brother to me. I’m not ready to say My final goodbyes. This gon' stick with me for life. I miss my homie and brother! Why did you leave? I will love you forever.


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