Alphabetical Alumni
Babb, Barbara Jean

Babb, Barbara Jean
1133 East 2570 North
Provo, Utah 84604-4111 US

Barbara [and Curtis] Johnson
  • Work: 801-714-6132
  • Cell: 801-373-1460
  • Home: 801-377-7345

Class of 1968 and 1969, graduating Junior. Barbara Jean Babb. Her parents: Gordon Rex Babb and Josephine Jantzon Babb. Barbara attended BYU in 1993. She married Curtis Thayne Johnson, BYH Class of 1967. Curtis passed away in April 2013. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER HUSBAND'S OBITUARY: HIS OBITUARY: Curtis Thayne Johnson - September 24, 1949 – April 30, 2013. Curtis Thayne Johnson, 63, peacefully passed away at home on April 30, 2013 from multiple complications secondary to liver failure while waiting for an organ transplant. Curtis was born on September 24, 1949. He was the first born of five to Thayne and Iris Johnson. During his childhood the family resided in Southern California where he is remembered as being an adventurous and active child who craved the outdoors. Thayne and Iris loved taking the children on frequent outings in the family trailer. Curtis delighted in being airborne, side by side with his father in the cockpit. He always longed to be a pilot, but the need for vision correction thwarted him from achieving this dream. Curtis and his dad enjoyed the scenic byways everywhere they traveled. As a father, he never missed the dirt road less traveled that took us into the unknown, where some of the best memories were made. The family relocated to Utah in the early sixty's where Curtis found the mountains irresistible. He summited his first mountain (Mt. Whitney) as a young teenager and later volunteered on the Mountain Rescue team as part of the BYU Alpine Club. Curtis found great joy tinkering with electronics and achieved his amateur license as a Ham radio operator. He is remembered for attempting to make his own hang glider, loving anything to do with water, and for his amazing marksmanship. Curtis graduated from Brigham Young High School in the Class of 1967, and obtained his Bachelors in Computer Science from Brigham Young University. He enlisted in the United States Army and served for 2 years before his honorable discharge at the rank of SP5. His polished typing and English skills influenced the General to "keep Curtis around", and as a result he was spared from being deployed overseas. Curtis was sealed for time and all eternity to his high school sweetheart, Barbara Jean Babb, BYH Classes of 1968-69, in 1970 in the Salt Lake City LDS Temple. They raised their four children in Pepperell, Massachusetts until 1985, when they returned to Provo, Utah. Curtis was recruited after graduation by Digital Equipment Corporation and then later for Wang Laboratories and Novell. His sense of adventure then led him on an entrepreneurial journey with the startup company DISX. He was truly passionate about his final job as the manager of the American Fork LDS Employment Center where he enthusiastically coached a team of missionaries to help others find gainful employment. Curtis was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He was fondly nicknamed "sound guy", "Mr. Fix-it", "Papa Curt" or "BJ" by his ward family and friends. He eagerly accepted callings throughout his life, but his time spent serving the youth was always his favorite. He treasured his time spent with the Young Women at Camp Shalom and trekking with the Boy Scouts in the High Uintas. Curtis could be called by anyone, anytime, anywhere and he would be there to get the job done. We will never forget the countless hours he spent reading in his big Papa Curt chair and his never-ending quest for knowledge. He believed a spread sheet analysis should fix ANY problem. He had a deep love for music and enjoyed listening to his children and grandchildren practice and perform. We knew when the ward choir was scheduled to sing, because he would be giddy for days beforehand. We will miss the popcorn that he popped in his whirly pop nearly every day, the roar of the lawn mower at the start of every family gathering and the anticipation of snowfall as an excuse to fire up the 4-wheelers and attach the plow. He was our resident astrologist, librarian, weatherman, swim coach, "jump or dive" caller, water polo referee, dive judge, music critic and the best Santa's helper ever! Curtis is survived by his wife of 43 years, Barbara; his four children Michael (Wendy), Rebecca (David) Mullen, Matthew (Kristin), Megan (Bryan) Hepworth; his siblings Darla Rogers, Terri Lee (Jon) Burgener, Kevin (Elizabeth) and Brian. He will be greatly missed by his 13 grandchildren; McKenzie, Chase, KC, Cassidy, Alexis, Kiersten, Madilynn, David, Matisyn, Sammy, Emilyn, Abigail and Lucas. There are countless nieces, nephews, cousins, "adopted" children and grandchildren, and his best friend and ball of fluff, Kizzy, that will miss him dearly. He is preceded in death by his parents Harvey Thayne Johnson and Iris Helen Schlerf. Funeral services will be held Monday, May 6, 2013 at 11 am at the Provo Sharon East Stake Center, 2400 N. 1060 E. in Provo. Friends may visit with the family Sunday evening from 6-8 pm at Walker Sanderson Funeral Home, 646 E. 800 N. in Orem and at the church Monday morning from 9-10:45 a.m. Burial will be at East Lawn Memorial Cemetery Provo, Utah. - In memory of our husband, father, brother, grandpa, uncle, cousin, neighbor and friend, we encourage everyone to give the gift of life and become an organ donor. THE NEED IS REAL - Today 117,840 people are waiting for an organ. 18 people will die each day waiting for an organ. 1 organ donor can save up to 8 lives. [Walker Sanderson Funeral Home, Orem, Utah] Source.

Babb, Thomas I, III
1367 SW Fleishauer Ct.
McMinnville, Oregon 97128-5739 US

Thomas Babb
  • Work: 503-435-1431

Faculty & Staff. Thomas I. Babb III. Spanish Teacher and History Teacher. Taught in final years of BYH through 1968. BYU BA Spanish 1966. Past president of the McMinnville Oregon Stake, circa 1990. @2010

Babbitt, Don Carlos

Babbitt, Don Carlos
Phoenix, Arizona US

Don and Orpha Babbitt

BY Academy High School Class of 1896. Don C. Babbitt. Graduated May 1896 with diploma from the Commercial program. Source 1: Deseret News, May 30, 1896. ~ ~ ~ ~ D. C. Babbitt of Mesa, Arizona, Commercial Class of 1896. Source 2: Graduation Program 1896. Source 3: Annual Brigham Young Academy Vol. VI, BYU Special Collections, UA 1008, Box 1, Fd 1. ~ ~ ~ ~ Don Carlos Babbitt was born on November 30, 1876 in Spring Lake, Utah County, Utah. His parents were Alma Whiting Babbitt, Jr., and Delcena Elvira Johnson Babbitt. He married Orpha Caroline Standage on June 21, 1903 in Mesa, Arizona. Orpha was born on January 2, 1883 in Mesa, Arizona. Her parents were William Noah Standage and Caroline Fidelia Pew Standage. She died on January 8, 1965. Don Carlos Babbitt died on March 6, 1947 in Phoenix, Arizona. Interment, Mesa, Arizona.

Babcock, Carol
803 LaMonte Lane
Houston, Texas 77018-4436 US

Carol and Thomas Hazel
  • Work: 713-695-5358

Class of 1965. Carol Babcock. F.H.A., Thespians President, Drama Superior Region & State, Chorus, Seminary 4 years, Masque Club Presentation. BYU 1969. Married Thomas R. Hazel. @2010 @2010

Babcock, Dean Morgan

Babcock, Dean Morgan
South Jordan, Utah US

Dean & Charlene Babcock

Class of 1960. Dean Babcock. Chorus, Poetry Contest. Son of Hyrum John Babcock and Lucille Morgan Babcock (they have four daughters and one son), and grandson of Hyrum & Anna Louise Traudt Babcock. Dean first married Violet Louise Jones, div. Second married Marilyn Jones, div. Married Charlene Milne-Shea. @2010 ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Dean Morgan Babcock, South Jordan, Utah - Our loving husband, father, grandpa, brother and friend, Dean Morgan Babcock, age 76, passed away peacefully surrounded by loved ones on October 2, 2018. He courageously battled with Parkinson’s disease, fighting until the end. Dean was born on July 9, 1942 in Nampa, Idaho to Hyrum Babcock Jr. and Lucille Morgan Babcock. He was raised in Provo, Utah alongside his 2 younger sisters Mary (Bennett) and Carol (Hazel). As a boy he achieved great fulfillment in teasing (tormenting) his younger sisters. Dean spent his summers at his grandparents’ farm in Idaho and his Aunt Ida’s home in California. He was a hard worker and learned his work ethic while working on his grandparents’ farm. He loved all things outdoors; the foothills of Provo were his playground, where he got into plenty of mischief. In school Dean excelled in History, Poetry and Music. After graduating from Brigham Young High School in the Class of 1960, he enlisted in the US Army where he proudly served his country. He then served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Northern States Mission. Dean loved the gospel of Jesus Christ and loved to share it with all that would listen. Dean married Marilyn Jones on May 1, 1971. They were later divorced in August of 1993. They raised 11 children and taught them all a love for music. Dean played the drums and had a beautiful singing voice. He was known for adapting the lyrics to countless songs, which he would lovingly sing to his kids. He loved to travel and took his family on countless road-trips, especially to Disneyland. He took every opportunity to teach his family, often turning learning into fun and games. Some of his greatest joys were playing “tackle box”, wrapping Christmas presents, updating 72-hour kits, and fishing and hunting with his kids. A few of his of favorite things were ice cream, sunflower seeds, Mountain Dew, his family, BYU football, fishing, hunting and gardening. He inherited his “green thumb” from his dad and was known for his countless fruit trees and beautiful gardens. Dean spent most of his career working for the Utah Farm Bureau where he was able to interact with many farmers whom he loved and loved him in return. Dean was a friend to all he met. He married his sweetheart, Charlene Milne-Shea on October 11, 1996 and was later sealed in the Oquirrh Mountain Temple. They built a life together and he was blessed to gain 4 additional children, whom he welcomed as his own, bringing the total to 15! Dean loved Charlene fiercely and they shared a love for the outdoors, all things Disney, gardening, dancing, traveling, and sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ. They served many LDS Missions together and touched the lives of many. They were blessed to travel to many countries where they loved handing out copies of the Book of Mormon in different languages. Dean loved being a grandpa and made each of his grandkids feel special. He particularly enjoyed taking them to the Hogle Zoo, Thanksgiving Point, Arctic Circle and the pumpkin patch. He was a master storyteller and was known for his ability to tell Uncle Remus stories. Dean was lovingly taken care of by his wife Charlene throughout his illness. Dean is survived by his wife Charlene, children Jeannette (David) Lee, Christine (Brian) Schramm, Genevieve (Ruben) Upshaw, MeriLynne (Steve) Michaelis, Daniel (Elizabeth) Babcock, David (Sheryl) Babcock, Carolyn (Ryan) Morris, Douglas (Wendy) Babcock, Laura (Richie) Dibble, Rebecca (Travis) Christiansen, Joy (Christian) Austin, Tiffany (Ben) Barlow, Anthony (Lisa) Schmidt, Holly (Scott) Jensen, Schery (Bradlee) Walters, 55 Grandchildren and 3 Great-Grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents Hyrum and Lucille Babcock and Son-in-law Richie Dibble. We want to give a special thanks to the team at Rocky Mountain Hospice for their wonderful care and devotion to Dean. If you have special memories of Dean please email them to Viewing on Sunday, October 7, 2018 from 6-8pm & on Monday, October 8, 2018 from 10-10:45 am. Memorial Services will be held Monday, October 8, 2018 at 11:00 am.All services to be held in Dean’s honor at Jenkins-Soffe Funeral Home. 1007 W. South Jordan Parkway, South Jordan, Utah. Interment, Larkin Sunset Gardens. Source

Babcock, Mary Anna
1663 W. 1700 N.
Logan, Utah 84341-2147 US

Mary and C. G. Bennett
  • Work: (435) 753-5293

Class of 1962. Mary Babcock. Forensics, Chorus, Seminary Graduate, Poetry Festival, Model U.N., Newspaper, Y'd World Yearbook Copy Editor, All State Chorus, Speech Service Award, Vocal Music Achievement. Married C. G. Bennett.

Babcock, Maud May

Babcock, Maud May
Roosevelt, Utah US

Maud and Cyrenus Johnston [Johnstun]

Faculty & Staff. Maud M. Babcock, Physical Culture teacher, 1893-1894. ~ ~ ~ ~ Maud May Babcock was born September 30, 1877 in Central, Sevier County, Utah [or Koosharem]. Her parents were John Rowley Babcock and Augusta May Hanchett. Maud Babcock married Cyrenus Carlos Johnstun (sic) or Johnston on September 28, 1897. (He was from Spanish Fork, Utah.) She died on January 7, 1927 in Roosevelt, Duchesne County, Utah.

Babcock, Robert
9670 South 2760 East
Sandy, Utah 84070

Bob Babcock
  • Work: 801.531.7000

Class of 1958 - Honorary. [Students who attended BYH or BYJrH but for one reason or another graduated from other schools.] [Note: Robert C. Babcock, 19919 Heron Loop, Bend, Oregon 97702 - (541) 330-5583 - BYU 1964.]

Bachman, Elwood

Bachman, Elwood

Elwood Bachman

Class of 1911. Elwood Bachman. He received a High School Diploma in 1911. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 3, p. 134.

Bachman, Ireta

Bachman, Ireta

Ireta Bachman

Class of 1916. Ireta Backman. Graduated from Brigham Young High School, Academic Department, in 1916. Source: 1916 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, about 23 pages, not numbered.

Bachman, Melba Lillian

Bachman, Melba Lillian

Melba and Lawrence Andrews

Classes of 1920 and 1921. Melba Bachman. She received two diplomas in 1920: a BYH Business Diploma and a High School Diploma. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 136. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1921. Melba Bachman (not Backman). Source 1: Graduation photo of the Class of 1921. ~ ~ ~ ~ Source 2: 1921 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section. ~ ~ ~ ~ Melba Lillian Bachman was born on July 22, 1902 in Provo, Utah. Her parents were Benjamin Bachman and Isabelle (Belle) Yardley Milner Bachman. Melba married Lawrence Woodford Andrews on November 2, 1937 in New York City, New York. Melba Bachman Andrews died on June 23, 1986.

Bagley, Anna Maynetta [Nettie]

Bagley, Anna Maynetta [Nettie]
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Maynetta & Samuel A. King

BY Academy High School Class of 1888. [Anna] Maynetta "Nettie" Bagley received a Diploma: Domestic Science. Source: Deseret Evening News, May 28, 1888. ~ ~ ~ ~ Maynetta "Nettie" Bagley married attorney Samuel Andrew King, also BYA Class of 1888, on September 14, 1892. They had four children: Creighton Grant King; Renan King, married W. D. Johnston; Karl Vernon King, lawyer in Salt Lake City; and Margaret King, married James P. McCency of Washington, D.C.

Bagley, Edward C.

Bagley, Edward C.

Edward Bagley

BY Academy High School Class of 1886. Edward C. Bagley. Awarded Special Certificate in Bookkeeping. Source: The (Provo) Daily Enquirer, May 25, 1886.

Bagley, Helen

Bagley, Helen
Koosharem, Utah US

Helen Bagley

Class of 1924. Helen Bagley of Koosharem, Utah. Source: 1924 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section. She graduated from BYH in the Senior Class of 1924. Background sources: BYU/BYH Annual Catalogues for the School Years 1923-24, 1924-25, and 1925-26.

Bagley, John Allen

Bagley, John Allen
Montpelier, Idaho US

John + 3 Bagley

Class of 1882. John Allen Bagley. ~ ~ ~ ~ His biography: John Allen Bagley, a native of Utah and honor graduate of the Brigham Young Academy high school Class of 1882, served as Attorney General of the State of Idaho and City Attorney for Montpelier, Idaho. He was born in Draper, Utah on May 16, 1862. That was the day the State of Tennessee was officially admitted to the Confederate States of America. John A. was a son of John Grant Bagley and Margaret Mary Jane "Mary" Allen Bagley. John G. Bagley had been born April 30, 1936 in New Brunswick, Canada. His mother Mary was born in Kentucky in 1844, and was reputed to be a descendant of Ethan Allan. His mother and President Ulysses S. Grant were cousins. John Grant Bagley moved to Salt Lake City in 1852 and was engaged in the timber business most of his life. He continued in that line until 1864, when he moved to Bear Lake County, Idaho. There he acquired a tract of land which he improved, developed and operated. He was always active in the affairs of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and warmly interested in all its good works. His wife, Mary, died in September 1916. John G. Bagley retired and lived in Montpelier. He died on February 10, 1923 in Dingle, Idaho, and was buried in Montpelier. ~ ~ ~ ~ John A. Bagley, BYA Class of 1882, was educated in the district schools of Bear Lake County. When John A. was in his teen years, he went to Utah to continue his education, where he attended Brigham Young Academy in Provo. While attending school in Provo, he met Reed Smoot, also Class of 1882, who would become a lifelong friend. In later years, John A. and Reed would serve in government together. One of John’s mentors at the Academy was Principal Karl G. Maeser, who encouraged him to study law. Then twenty years old, he graduated with honors in the BYA Class of 1882. In 1886 he went to Ann Arbor, Michigan and graduated in law and civil engineering in 1888 from the University of Michigan. He returned to Idaho and launched a career practicing law, while devoting some time to engineering. In 1903-05 Mr. Bagley served as Attorney General of Idaho, bringing his ability and legal knowledge to bear on the duties of that important office. His son, L. Loraine Bagley, was private secretary to his father while holding the office of Attorney General. In addition to carrying on his law practice in Montpelier, he also maintained an office at Salt Lake City, of which his son, Loraine, took charge. ~ ~ ~ ~ On August 2, 1883, John A. Bagley married Sarah E. Lawson, and they became the parents of one child, L. Loraine Bagley, born on May 7, 1884. Mrs. Bagley died in March, 1885. ~ ~ ~ ~ On August 15, 1888, Mr. Bagley married a second wife, Nina Furrow, and they became the parents of nine children: Van Horn, Moretta, Almorean, Hawley. Lucille and Nina B.; and three children who died in infancy. Mrs. Nina Bagley died November 11, 1905. ~ ~ ~ ~ On January 6, 1907, John A. Bagley married a third time, to Mary M. Peterson, of Bear Lake County, and to this union four children were born, namely: Grant, John A., Jr., Major, and Virginia. Mrs. Mary M. Bagley died in October, 1918, during the terrible influenza epidemic. John A. Bagley served as city attorney of Montpelier for a number of years, at a salary of twenty-five dollars per year. He was a partner of Judge Alfred Budge in Montpelier for several years, and also maintained offices in Paris, Idaho for a considerable time. Politically Mr. Bagley was a Republican and was an active worker on behalf of his party. In church affairs he was no less active, and filled a two-year mission in the Northwestern States Mission for the advancement of the work of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He was the first man from this part of Idaho to enter an eastern college, and he was generally regarded as one of the most cultured and capable lawyers who practiced at the bar of Idaho during his lifetime. He died October 9, 1941 in Salt Lake City, Utah, at the age of 79. He is buried in Montpelier, Idaho. Thanks to History of Idaho: The Gem of the Mountains, James Henry Hawley, 1920, pp.430-433. ~ ~ ~ ~ Viewing His Life With Perspective. Here is an excerpt from a chapter written by Marty Ann Halverson, a great grand-daughter of John Allen Bagley: John Allen Bagley began drinking socially during his service as Attorney General of Idaho, in 1902. He was a big fish in a little pond, and keenly aware of it. Although he was highly respected and admired in Idaho, Idaho was considered a primitive and rough place in the larger context of the United States. John was associating with educated and privileged society from the east, probably a little intimidating for a young man of humble, pioneer stock. It is easy to imagine the temptations he faced as a naive Mormon boy from Montpelier. He could not have known that alcoholism is a disease and that for an alcoholic "social drinking" is impossible. He developed an addiction to wine. Modern medicine indicates that the same gene is responsible for migraine headaches, motion sickness, depression and alcoholism. A person with that gene can suffer from any or all of these problems. Descendants of John Allen Bagley should realize that a tendency to addiction could be genetic. Did John suffer from depression as well? The circumstances of tragic death and sorrow during his life suggest that possibility. Some members of the family remember hearing rumors that John used laudanum, as well. Laudanum was a popular drug at the time, recommended by doctors as a pain killer, sleeping medicine and anti-depressant. Laudanum was self-administered, cut from a brick the size and texture of a pound of butter, and then diluted or "cut" with a small amount of alcohol. Laudanum is a solution containing morphine, prepared from opium. Later, a milder but similar solution became paregoric, a regulated medication. If John did use this drug, perhaps for migraine headaches, it is likely he became addicted to it. Alcohol and laudanum would actually contribute to the very conditions they supposedly cured. John's grandchildren had a very different experience with him than those who knew him well as a younger man. Marie Bagley was afraid of him. Gerald Bagley recalled that "he smelled funny," and Melvin Bagley said his father, Hawley, had to "carry Grandpa home from bars when he was drunk. He seemed cold and uninterested in us kids." Some of his grandchildren thought he was mean, and that he became frightening and angry when their father Hawley would not bring him wine. John's choices probably seemed justifiable to him in the beginning, yet the consequences of those choices may have rendered him unable to escape. Alcohol and drug addiction, even if entered into innocently, could certainly have changed John's personality. Marjorie Turner, another granddaughter, said her brothers Stuart and Ben had opposite memories of John Allen. His son Loraine gave him work in his Salt Lake law office. Loraine's son, Ben, remembered his grandfather as "almost a bum, begging clients for quarters." The other son, Stuart, remembered John A. as always looking dapper in a starched white shirt and suspenders. John apparently struck people in very different ways. John Allen Bagley has been described as poetic, brilliant, honorable, eloquent, warm, capable and loyal to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He has also been described as a boozer, womanizer, "scheming backroom politician," and "a damned drunk." The real man was probably neither as good or as bad as he is portrayed. Like most of us, he was most likely somewhere in between. His life should be viewed with perspective, balancing the admirable qualities with the objectionable details, tempering our judgment with our personal shortcomings, appreciating his worthy contributions and perhaps pondering his mistakes. It's fun to play the devil's advocate. I think there's something heroic in just about everybody when you know get to know them, warts and all. Source

Bagley, Lorna

Bagley, Lorna
Granger, Utah US

Lorna and George Winder [Allen]

Class of 1920. Lorna Bagley. She graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1920. Source 1: 1920 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, page 65-85. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1920. Lorna Bagley [Allen] She received a High School Diploma in 1920. Source 2: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 136. ~ ~ ~ ~ Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1931. Lorna Bagley [Allen]. She received an A.B. Degree in History in 1931. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 136. ~ ~ ~ ~ Lorna Bagley was born on July 11, 1902 in Provo, Utah. Her parents were Grant Charles Bagley and Etta Davis Bagley. [Lorna Bagley is listed on BYU records with the married surname of Allen, but we have not yet found another marriage.] Lorna married George Guy Winder on November 28, 1934 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Lorna Bagley Winder died on May 1, 1995 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Her interment, Valley View Memorial Park, West Valley City, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Lorna Bagley Winder, age 92, died May 1, 1995. Born in Provo, Utah, July 11, 1902, to Grant Charles Bagley and Etta Davis Bagley. She graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1920. She attended school at the University of Utah, where she was a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority. Later she received BS and MS degrees from BYU. Her marriage to George Winder on November 28, 1934 began a partnership that grew through their mutual interests and devotion to each other. Lorna was a partner with George in building a thriving Winder Dairy. For many years she capably managed the business office. With her husband she has traveled extensively all over the world. She and her husband have been generous benefactors to the U of U, Utah State and BYU. Lorna has been a member of the Town Club for over 40 years. She and her husband were members of the Alta Club. Member of LDS Church. Survived by husband, George; sister, Julietta Jensen; niece, Juliane Douglass, both of San Diego, Calif.; nephew, Grant Jensen, Las Vegas, Nev.; numerous Winder nieces and nephews. The family wishes to express appreciation to Arlene Pixley who has faithfully helped them for many years. Funeral services were held Thursday at the McDougal Funeral Home, 4330 South Redwood Road, Salt Lake City. Her interment, Valley View Memorial Park. [Deseret News, Tuesday, May 2, 1995.] ~ ~ ~ ~ HER HUSBAND'S OBITUARY: George Winder, age 93, died August 28, 1995. He was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, on August 20, 1902 to William C. Winder and Rose Taylor Winder. He attended LDS High School and graduated from the U of U where he was president of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. He married Lorna Bagley on November 28, 1934. She died May 1, 1995. As a partner and manager of Winder Dairy for over 50 years and a partner in Valley View Memorial Park, George was an admired and respected businessman. He will be remembered for his interest and concern for his employees. He sought out their ideas to improve the business. In 1948, he decided with the partners in the dairy, to invite employees to join a profit-sharing program which was an innovative idea at that time. He served on both state and national dairy councils. He was a member of Utah's House of Representatives, on the Utah State Fair Board, a director of First National Bank of Murray and of Walker Bank and Trust Company, a director of the Utah Manufacturers Association, won a merit of Honor Award from the U of U Emeritus Club, and received a Distinguished Alumnus Award from the U of U in 1983. George and Lorna traveled extensively all over the world. He has been a generous benefactor to the U of U, contributing to a variety of programs. He has also contributed to BYU and Utah State University for research and scholarships, and in 1979 became a member of Old Main Society at Utah State. He belonged to the Bonneville Knife and Fork Club and the Alta Club. He was a member of the LDS Church. George and Lorna were important for over 50 years in influencing the lives of three generations of Winder children when they lived near them in their Granger home. He is survived by a brother, Joseph and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, sisters, Elizabeth Liddle and Phyllis Cannon, and brothers, William, Jack, Shirl, and Ed. The family wishes to express appreciation to Arlene Pixley who has faithfully helped them for many years. Funeral services were held Thursday at the McDougal Funeral Home, 4330 South Redwood Road, Salt Lake City. Interment, Valley View Memorial Park. [Deseret News, Tuesday, August 29, 1995.]

Bahlke, Christian F.

Bahlke, Christian F.
Provo, Utah US

Christian Bahlke

BYH Class of 1903~Honorary. Christian F. Bahlke of Provo, a Normal student, BYA [& BYH] Class of 1903 Listing of Fourth Year Students (seniors). Source: Brigham Young Academy & Normal Training School, Catalogues & Announcements, for 28th Academic Year, 1903-1904, pp. 171-172.

Bailey, Elinor

Elinor Bailey

Class of 1941. Elinor Bailey. Two possibilities: 1. Elinor Bailey, Shady Cove, OR 97539 - (541) 878-5330 2. Elinor I. Bailey, 6759 Enterprise Rd, Ferndale, WA 98248-9388 - (360) 380-1602.

Bailey, Grant B.

Bailey, Grant B.

Grant Bailey

Class of 1921 ~ Honorary. Grant B. Bailey. Member of the Class of 1921 as a freshman in 1918.

Bailey, Jack [John Clarence]

Bailey, Jack [John Clarence]
Tooele, Utah US

Jack and Emaline Bailey

Class of 1930. John C. "Jack" Bailey. Graduated from Brigham Young High School on Thursday, May 29, 1930. Source: The Evening Herald, Provo, Utah, May 28, 1930. ~ ~ ~ ~ John Clarence Bailey was born September 24, 1912 in Sterling, Sanpete County, Utah. He married Emaline Christiansen. She was born in 1912 in Mayfield, Sanpete County, Utah. Her parents were Joseph N. Christiansen and Emma S. Christiansen. Jack and Emaline had at least four children: Clair L. Bailey, Larry Eugene Bailey, and Faye or Fae Bailey (White) and Marsha Bailey (Ramsey). Jack died on December 14, 1971 in Tooele, Utah. Interment, Grantsville City Cemetery, Grantsville, Utah.

Bailey, Jay [Clifford Jay]

Bailey, Jay [Clifford Jay]
Ogden, Utah US

Jay and Susie Bailey

Class of 1947. Clifford "Jay" Bailey. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: LAYTON - Clifford "Jay" Bailey, our most beloved father, grandfather, mentor and friend left this mortal world behind and rejoined his mother, father and sons in heaven on April 6, 2012. He was 83 years old. He died in the arms of his beautiful wife Susie, surrounded by family and friends. Jay graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1947. He married Renae McArthur in the Salt Lake Temple. They were later divorced. He then married Susie Fay Bohon on March 6, 1976. The marriage was solemnized in the Ogden Temple one year later. Jay was born on November 7, 1928 in Schofield, Utah, the son of a coal miner. His parents, Clifford and Nita Bailey, taught Jay the value of hard work at an early age. This work ethic prevailed throughout his life as he started Bailey's Moving & Storage and several successful furniture and framing businesses. He was one of the last businessmen whose handshake was as good as a contract. 'Till the day he died, Jay refused to "sit and watch another man work." One of Jay's greatest loves in life was preaching the gospel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He served two missions, one as a young man and one after retirement with his best friend and wife Susie. His other loves were his family, fishing and photographs. His honesty, gentleness and giving heart made him a hero to nearly all who knew him. Jay is survived by his wife Susie Bailey, his sisters Louise Curry and Gwila Despain; his children Dave, Steve and Tyler Bailey, Karen Lund, Christal Holley, Scott Tracy, Vicki PoVey, Kathy Bastian, Robin Berenyi, Michelle Evans, Blaine Tracy; 43 grandchildren and 53 great-grandchildren. His sons Brian and Bobby Bailey preceded him in death. We mourn his passing but we cherish his memory and we know that he is where he wants to be, at home with his Father in Heaven, in the clouds he loved so much. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, April 10, 2012 at 11 a.m. at Lindquist's Layton Mortuary, 1867 N. Fairfield Road where friends may visit family Monday from 6-8 p.m. and Tuesday from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m. prior to services. Interment, Lindquist's Memorial Gardens of the Wasatch, 1718 Combe Road, Ogden, Utah. Condolences may be shared at: [Deseret News, Sunday, April 8, 2012]

Bailey, Joyce
3133 Foothill Drive
Provo, Utah 84604-4882 US

Joyce and William Oldroyd
  • Work: (801) 373-9766, (801) 607-3687

Class of 1955. Joyce Bailey. Pep Club, Notre Maison. BYU BS Business Education & Administrative Management & Teaching Certificate 1961. First married ____ Adams. Second married William Oldroyd. Previous address: 1942 South Miller Way, Lakewood, Colorado 80226 - 303-989-2931 @2005

Bailey, Ora

Bailey, Ora

Ora Bailey

Class of 1913. Ora Bailey (female). Graduated from Brigham Young High School, in the Music Department. Source 1: 1913 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, pages 63-81. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1913. Ora Bailey. She received a BYH Music Diploma in 1913. Source 2: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 5, page 263.

Baird, Allan R.
11507 South Lexington Hills Dr.
Sandy, Utah 84092 US

Allan Baird
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Class of 1972. Allan Baird. BYU Design & Graphics Technology 1979. Allan R. Baird.

Baird, B. Y.

Baird, B. Y.
Of Provo, Utah US

B. Y. Baird

Class of 1912. B. Y. Baird (male), of Provo, Utah. Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1912. Source: 1912 BYU Mizpah, BYH section, photos and names on pp. 1 - 62, 105. ~ ~ ~ ~ Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1915. B. Y. Baird. He received an AB Degree in 1915. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 4, page 386.

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