Fourth Generation Resident of Murray
Diane Wiley-Turner remains committed to public service in the community of her heritage. From the time she was born in the Cottonwood Hospital, Diane's parents have instilled the importance of education and philanthropy.
Diane is a graduate of the University of Utah with a Bachelor’s in Sociology, a certificate in Criminology, and a Master’s in Public Administration. During her career in criminal and juvenile justice, Diane gained experience in everything from budget management to community outreach.
Diane has served on the Murray City Council for 7 years, she was elected in 2013. During her tenure, among many other accomplishments, she was instrumental in developing the East Murray Canal Trail. She introduced an idling ordinance which was passed unanimously by the City Council. She only missed one council meeting. She was elected council chair three times, vice chair, budget chair twice, budget vice chair, RDA chair and vice chair and currently serves as council chair. She served as the first female mayor in Murray. Diane serves on the governing board of Wasatch Front Waste and Recycling District (WFWRD) and was instrumental in having recycling bins placed in Murray Park.
Diane and her husband Charles have three sons, 6 grandchildren, and two grand dogs.