Alphabetical Alumni
Kilfoyle, Fred Martin

Kilfoyle, Fred Martin
Price, Utah US

Fred-Rachel & Hattie Kilfoyle

Class of 1916. Fred M. Kilfoyle [not Kildayle]. He received a BYH Arts & Manual Training Diploma in 1916. Source: Students Record of Class Standing, B.Y. Academy, Book 2, page 185. ~ ~ ~ ~ Fred Martin Kilfoyle, who was born on September 5, 1887 in Manti, Utah. His parents were Francis (Frank) Kilfoyle and Mary [or Martha] Bench Kilfoyle. Fred married Rachel Booth on June 1, 1909 in Provo, Utah. She died in 1953, and he second married Hattie B. Larsen in 1954. Fred was engaged in mining and in the mining supply and construction business. Fred M. Kilfoyle died on January 9, 1960 in Carbon County, Utah. His interment, Price City Cemetery, Utah. Source: Manti Messenger, January 21, 1960.

Killpack, Gwendolyn [Kilpack,]

Killpack, Gwendolyn [Kilpack,]

Gwendolyn Killpack

Class of 1919. Gwendolyn Kilpack (Killpack?). Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1919. Source: 1919 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, pages 61-74.

Killpack, Kenneth Lee
4009 South 2700 East
Salt Lake City, Utah 84124-1907 US

Kenneth and Doris Killpack
  • Work: 801-278-3248

Class of 1949. Kenneth Lee Killpack. Thespians, French Club, Chorus, Band. He graduated from BYH on May 26, 1949. Source: 1949 BYH Graduation Exercises Program. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: Lovell Albert Killpack, Sr., and Hazel Foote Killpack, married in 1924 in Salt Lake City. Their children: Lovell A. Killpack, Jr. [BYH Class of 1943] married Beverly J. Brown; Kenneth L. Killpack [BYH Class of 1949] married Doris Romboy; Weston F. Killpack [BYH Class of 1954] married Lois Arlene Pope; and Myra Killpack [BYH Class of 1966~Honorary] married Thomas Prince. A cousin of theirs was also a BYH graduate in the Class of 1953, Marjorie Killpack, married Darrell Bushnell.

Killpack, Lovell A., Jr.
889 E. 1500 S.
Orem, Utah 84097 US

Lovell and Beverly Killpack

Class of 1943. Lovell A. Killpack, Jr. Thespian play 3, Radio play 2-3, Football 2, Cantata 3, Provo High School 1. His parents: Lovell Albert Killpack, Sr., and Hazel Foote Killpack, married in 1924 in Salt Lake City. Their children: Lovell A. Killpack, Jr. [BYH Class of 1943] married Beverly J. Brown; Kenneth L. Killpack [BYH Class of 1949] married Doris Romboy; Weston F. Killpack [BYH Class of 1954] married Lois Arlene Pope; and Myra Killpack [BYH Class of 1966~Honorary] married Thomas Prince. A cousin of theirs was also a BYH graduate in the Class of 1953, Marjorie Killpack, married Darrell Bushnell. ~ ~ ~ ~ Following graduation from BYH, Lovell became a fighter pilot in the Air Force. Japan surrendered before he was called overseas. He met his future wife, Beverly, while he was stationed at Luke Field, Arizona, and they were married in 1946. Following the war, Lovell went to work for KOVO Radio in Provo, and attended BYU. He graduated in 1949 in Fine Arts. In 1953 he started and served as president of a commercial communications company. He has served as a bishop and high counselor, and he and Beverly have served in the Provo Temple. They filled a mission together to New York. They have 6 children and many grandchildren. Lovell has written an account of his BYH years. Former address: 595 South State St., Orem, Utah 84058 - (801) 225-2563.

Killpack, Marjorie
184 North 170 East
Orem, Utah 84057-5526

Marjorie & Darrell Bushnell
  • Work: (801) 221-1954

Class of 1953. Student Body Secretary. Band, Chorus, Junior Class Vice President, Fauvines, Shorthand Club. Also: Bushnell, T D, 2239 Santa Maria Court, St. George, UT 84790-8359 -- (435) 688-1172.

Killpack, Myra
3206 South 3690 West
Salt Lake City, Utah 84120-2151 US

Myra and Thomas Prince
  • Work: (801) 964-1899

Class of 1966 - Honorary Member. Myra Killpack. She married Thomas Prince. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents: Lovell Albert Killpack, Sr., and Hazel Foote Killpack, married in 1924 in Salt Lake City. Their children: Lovell A. Killpack, Jr. [BYH Class of 1943] married Beverly J. Brown; Kenneth L. Killpack [BYH Class of 1949] married Doris Romboy; Weston F. Killpack [BYH Class of 1954] married Lois Arlene Pope; and Myra Killpack [BYH Class of 1966~Honorary] married Thomas E. Prince. A cousin of theirs was also a BYH graduate in the Class of 1953, Marjorie Killpack, married Darrell Bushnell.

Killpack, Weston Foote
1434 W. Homecoming Avenue
South Jordan, Utah 84095 US

Weston and Lois Killpack
  • Work: (801) 253-4142

Class of 1954. Weston Killpack. Chorus, Photography Club Vice President, Legislative Forum, Debate, Extemporaneous Speaking, Short Plays, Childrens Theater, Thespians. BYU BS Secondary Education & Teachers Certificate 1962. BYU MA Religious Education 1970. Weston Foote Killpack, born in Provo, Utah, to Lovell Albert Killpack, Sr., and Hazel Foote [BYH Class of 1923] Killpack, married Lois Arlene Pope, parents of four children. Members of the South Cottonwood 7th Ward, South Jordan Utah River Ridge Stake. He has served as president of the Canada Vancouver/Alaska Anchorage Mission, stake president's counselor and high councilor; a former benefits manager for the Church Educational System. Sister Killpack was born in Pocatello, Idaho, to Archie Glen and Fern Croshaw Pope. She is a former stake Relief Society president's counselor, ward Relief Society president's counselor, and ward Young Women president. -- His parents: Lovell Albert Killpack, Sr., and Hazel Foote [BYH Class of 1923] Killpack, married in 1924 in Salt Lake City. Their children: Lovell A. Killpack, Jr. [BYH Class of 1943] married Beverly J. Brown; Kenneth L. Killpack [BYH Class of 1949] married Doris Romboy; Weston F. Killpack [BYH Class of 1954] married Lois Arlene Pope; and Myra Killpack [BYH Class of 1966~Honorary] married Thomas Prince. A cousin of theirs was also a BYH graduate in the Class of 1953, Marjorie Killpack, married Darrell Bushnell.

Kimball, Colleen [Mary Colleen]
437 North 835 East
Lindon, Utah 84042-1529 US

Colleen and Gary Worthington
  • Work: 801-764-9451
  • Cell: 801-372-3041
  • Home: 801-221-7064

Class of 1965. Colleen Kimball [Mary Colleen Kimball]. Varsity Cheerleader 64. Senior Class Secretary. Pep Club President, Thespians, Drama, Chorus, Hi-Steppers, Ski Club, Wildcat Yearbook Staff, Soph Class Vice President, Student Council, Girls State, Homecoming Queen Attendant, Junior Varsity Cheerleader. ~ ~ ~ ~ Parents: Edwin Roberts Kimball and Althea Ashby Kimball, married in August of 1927 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They had five children: two sons and three daughters. They are: Edwin Norman Kimball [BYH Class of 1950], of Sandy, Utah; Elaine Kimball [BYH Class of 1951] Busath, of Pleasanton, California; Dr. David Ashby Kimball [BYH Class of 1953], of Salt Lake City, Utah; Linda Kimball [BYH Class of 1961] Runyan, of Evergreen, Colorado; and Colleen Kimball [BYH Class of 1965] Worthington, Lindon, Utah. @1990 ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU Child Development & Family Relations 1971. ~ ~ ~ ~ Colleen married Gary H. Worthington. Her job: Kneaders Bakery - 1 LC, Member. 1990 North State, Orem, Utah 84057 - 801-764-9451. His job: Kneaders Bakery, Partner. Household: Colleen C. Worthington, Gary H. Worthington, James G. Worthington. ~ ~ ~ ~ Kneaders Bakery & Café. Gary Worthington grew up inhaling freshly baked bread in the kitchen of his childhood home in Grantsville, Utah, a small farming community 40 miles west of Salt Lake City. Decades later, Worthington still enjoys the comforting aroma, though now it comes from his own business. Worthington and his family operate Kneaders Bakery & Café, a chain known for European-style crusty breads and pastries. “We didn’t model Kneaders after any other bakery,” Worthington says. “It has evolved over the years.” He and his wife, Colleen Kimball Worthington, opened their first bakery café in Orem, Utah, about 45 miles south of the state capital, in 1997. Though they weren’t bakers, the Worthingtons got an education in restaurant management from Subway. They worked as franchisees for 12 years, operating nine Subway shops in Utah and Colorado. Wanting to strike out on their own, they sold the franchises and learned everything they could about bread at the American Institute of Baking in Manhattan, Kansas. In classes, they were introduced to crusty European-style breads, and the experience made an impression. “We fell in love with European breads,” Colleen says. That love drove the Worthingtons to Italy to visit a foodservice equipment manufacturer. They took lots of photos of Italian bakeries and other businesses to capture the look of a European operation. Since the first Kneaders opened, subsequent stores have been built with stone and stucco exteriors mimicking that style. Currently half the stores have Italian hearth ovens. Eventually all stores will be equipped with one, Colleen says. Breakfast offerings include: sandwiches served on freshly baked croissants, featuring eggs, cheese, and a choice of meat; freshly made, chunky cinnamon French toast served with a caramel sauce; sourdough pancakes; fruit smoothies; cinnamon rolls; and raspberry and chocolate filled croissants. Other pastries are also available. Soon Kneaders will add fruit parfaits for customers looking for something light and healthy, Colleen says. Soups, sandwiches, and deli salads are on the lunch and dinner menus. In addition to breakfast, lunch, and dinner, Kneaders sells breads, rolls, and other baked goods for customers to take home. The average check is $12.61. Freestanding stores, which average 3,000 square feet, have busy drive-thru windows that account for 30 percent of sales, Gary says. To speed up service, employees routinely leave the stores and use handheld POS devices to take orders from customers waiting in line in their cars. New restaurants under development will be built with seating for 90, twice the number of seats found in older stores. Each restaurant has its own kitchen, staffed with bakers and pastry chefs. The arrangement offers restaurants the ability to respond quickly to same-day requests for birthday cakes and other special orders, Colleen says. Customers get friendly, personal attention at Kneaders. The Orem store manager knows the first names of 70 percent of the regular diners. Colleen does too. She clears the dining room tables and takes orders at the drive-thru since she’s in the store every day. “I enjoy that,” she says. “We want to reach out and have a relationship with our customers. We have a huge percentage of return customers. It amazes me. Some days, we see the same people three times.” The Worthingtons learned a lot about managing employees and satisfying customers while operating their Subway units, and they continue to learn. While they take pride in the authenticity of the house special—crusty bread—the features that make it unique also cause challenges. All the loaves are baked without preservatives, so the breads have a short shelf life. Calculating how much bread to bake every day is the trickiest part of Gary’s job. “Probably the biggest challenge is we do everything fresh,” he says. “The challenging part is to make sure we have enough and don’t have too much left over. We don’t sell day-old breads.” Kneaders is having a growth spurt. In the coming months, franchise operators will open five more stores in Utah, Colorado, and Arizona. Franchisees can expect to spend $25,000 for the initial franchise fee, and a minimum of $200,000 for the bakery café, leasehold costs, and equipment purchases. ~ ~ ~ ~ Kneaders Bakery & Café President: Gary Worthington. HQ: Orem, Utah. Year Started: 1997. Annual Sales: $8 million. Total Units: 6. Franchise Units: 5. www.kneadersbakery.com @2010 Note: January 30, 2010: "Thanks so much. This is the best way to reach me. I will be in Italy for 3 weeks in May so I will not be able to attend the reunion. Please tell everyone hello for me. I would love updates on everyone. Thanks for all of your hard work." Colleen @2010

Kimball, David Ashby

Kimball, David Ashby
4648 Ledgemont Drive
Holladay, Utah 84124-4735 US

David and Helen Kimball
  • Work: (801) 278-1495

Class of 1953. David A. Kimball. Student Body President. Junior Class President. Basketball, Baseball, Football, Tennis, Track, Lettermen, All State Athletics, Chorus. He met the love of his life, Helen Carol Bauer, while they were both in 9th grade at BY High School. Following his LDS mission, they married on Aug. 9, 1957 in the Salt Lake Temple. His wife worked at Utah Valley and Salt Lake County Hospitals, supporting her husband through medical school. In the early years of their marriage, they lived in Texas, Hawaii, and Oregon before settling in Salt Lake City. They had five children. They enjoyed water skiing and snow skiing, bowling, and golfing. Helen and David traveled the world and delighted in visiting China, Japan, the Mediterranean, the Caribbean and Tahiti. They have 12 grandchildren, Heidi (Jason) Hillman, Kristi, Brittney, Lindsay, Caitlin, Katie, Zachary, Nicole, Emma, Hannah, David, and Tessa. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: Edwin Roberts Kimball and Althea Ashby Kimball, married in August of 1927 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They had five children: two sons and three daughters. They are: Edwin Norman Kimball [BYH Class of 1950], of Sandy, Utah; Elaine Kimball [BYH Class of 1951] Busath, of Pleasanton, California; Dr. David Ashby Kimball [BYH Class of 1953], of Salt Lake City, Utah; Linda Kimball [BYH Class of 1961] Runyan, of Evergreen, Colorado; and Colleen Kimball [BYH Class of 1965] Worthington, Lindon, Utah. @1990

Kimball, Edwin Norman
2444 High Mountain Drive
Sandy, Utah 84092-5654 US

Norman Kimball

Class of 1950. Edwin N. Kimball. Football, Letterman, Thespians, Photography Club, Ski Club. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: Edwin Roberts Kimball and Althea Ashby Kimball, married in August of 1927 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They had five children: two sons and three daughters. They are: Edwin Norman Kimball [BYH Class of 1950], of Sandy, Utah; Elaine Kimball [BYH Class of 1951] Busath, of Pleasanton, California; Dr. David Ashby Kimball [BYH Class of 1953], of Salt Lake City, Utah; Linda Kimball [BYH Class of 1961] Runyan, of Evergreen, Colorado; and Colleen Kimball [BYH Class of 1965] Worthington, Lindon, Utah. @1990

Kimball, Edwin Roberts

Kimball, Edwin Roberts
Provo, Utah US

Eddie & Althea/Farel Kimball

Distinguished Honorary Alumnus of BYH. Edwin R. Kimball. HIS OBITUARY: Edwin Roberts Kimball, age 87, died December 26, 1990 at his home in Provo of causes incident to age. Born October 25, 1903 in Logan, Utah, son of Crozier and Mary Roberts Kimball. Edwin married Althea Ashby on August 10, 1927 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple; She died on October 1, 1973. ~ ~ He second married Farel Chamberlain on April 29, 1977 in the Provo LDS Temple. Eddie was BYU Athletic Director and Facility Planner. He is survived by his second wife, Provo; two sons, three daughters: Edwin Norman Kimball [BYH Class of 1950], of Sandy, Utah; Elaine Kimball [BYH Class of 1951] Busath, of Pleasanton, California; Dr. David Ashby Kimball [BYH Class of 1953], of Salt Lake City, Utah; Linda Kimball [BYH Class of 1961] Runyan, of Evergreen, Colorado; and Colleen Kimball [BYH Class of 1965] Worthington, Lindon, Utah; six step-children, Cloyd R. Chamberlain, San Jose, Calif.; Renee Dryer and Maryetta Farrer, both Las Vegas, Nev.; F. Wayne Chamberlain, Salt Lake City; K. Douglas Chamberlain; S. Bryce Chamberlain, both Orem; 26 grandchildren; 37 great-grandchildren; two brothers and two sisters, C. Rodney Kimball, Provo; Reid Kimball, Eugene, Oregon; Berniece Kimball Cook, Logan; and Caroline Kimball Berrett, Salt Lake City. Funeral services were held the following Thursday in the Sharon East Stake Center, 1060 East 2400 North, Provo. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. Military rites accorded by VFW District #4. Family suggested donations to the BYU Athletic Department for the Kimball Scholarship. [Deseret News, Sunday, December 30, 1990.]

Kimball, Elaine
1274 E 570 N
Orem, Utah 84097-5438 US

Elaine and Alan Busath

Class of 1951. Elaine Kimball. Chorus, Fauvines, Notre Maison, French Club, Sophomore Cheerleader. Married ______ Busath. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents: Edwin Roberts Kimball and Althea Ashby Kimball, married in August of 1927 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They had five children: two sons and three daughters. They are: Edwin Norman Kimball [BYH Class of 1950], of Sandy, Utah; Elaine Kimball [BYH Class of 1951] Busath, of Pleasanton, California; Dr. David Ashby Kimball [BYH Class of 1953], of Salt Lake City, Utah; Linda Kimball [BYH Class of 1961] Runyan, of Evergreen, Colorado; and Colleen Kimball [BYH Class of 1965] Worthington, Lindon, Utah. @1990 Address updated. Household: Alan Busath, Althea E Busath. @2010

Kimball, Elias Smith

Kimball, Elias Smith
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Elias and 2 Kimball

BY Academy High School Class of 1881, and Class of 1882. Elias Kimball. Commercial. Certificate in Bookkeeping and Commercial Arithmetic. Source: The Territorial Enquirer, June 22, 1881, Provo, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ Elias Smith Kimball was born on May 30, 1857 in Salt Lake City, Utah. His parents were Heber Chase Kimball and Christeen Golden Kimball. Elias married twice: first, to Luella Whitney on December 18, 1889. Luella was born on November 8, 1868 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Luella's parents were John Kimball Whitney and Ann Longstroth Whitney. Luella died on April 23, 1959. ~ ~ Elias S. Kimball second married Anna Gray Richardson, who was born in 1873 in Pomeroy, Meigs County, Ohio. Anna died on June 9, 1900. ~ ~ ~ ~ Elias S. Kimball was one of the brothers of Jonathan Golden Kimball, one of the most colorful and beloved of the General Authorities, who became one of the First Seven Presidents of Seventies from 1892 until his death in 1938. The Kimball boys were carefully trained by their father, as they was living in such close proximity to him that he was ever under his very watchful care. Their father died June 22, 1868, and after some very difficult economic times, their mother went out the second time, in 1875, as a pioneer, and with her family located in Meadowville, Rich County, Utah, where Elias and his brother, J. Golden, partners in business from that time forward, purchased four hundred acres of farm and meadow land by signing a note for $1,000. In that cold, northern clime they established a ranch and farm, and for fifteen years followed the horse and cattle business. They were successful and accumulated considerable means, until about the turn of the century. Principal Karl G. Maeser ventured to visit to the isolated little settlement of Meadowville, made up largely of eleven of Heber C. Kimball's sons and their families. Maeser called the people together in a log school house and testified of God, and spoke in the interest of the Brigham Young Academy. The Spirit of God awakened and aroused Elias and his brother, J. Golden, and they said that for the first time they realized there was something else to be accomplished in life besides looking after cattle and horses. They repented of their weaknesses, reformed, and after great sacrifices and the overcoming of many difficulties they both attended the Brigham Young Academy for two years, and were guided and tutored by Dr. Maeser and his associate teachers. There they gained a testimony that God lives, and were loyal and true to the Brigham Young Academy from that time forward. Both Elias and Golden Kimball received Bookkeeping and Commercial Arithmetic Certificates -- high school diplomas of that time -- in June of 1881, from Brigham Young Academy. Elias continued on for a third year, but no record has been found yet of what additional certificate or diploma he might have earned in 1882 as a result. Elias, together with Newel Kimball and J. Golden, entered into the implement business under the name of "Kimball Brothers," establishing places of business at Logan and Montpelier. They signed notes for the first time for over thirty thousand dollars. They labored hard for four years, and lost their investment, but saved their good name and paid their debts. They exchanged their ranch was for Cache Valley property, and with the proceeds from the sale of their cattle and horses, invested in real estate. They were not yet convinced of the danger of speculation, but went into the real estate business during the boom, and bought everything almost that was for sale. They wound up their career as business men by investing in a company that had purchased 119,000 acres of land in Canada. What they failed to lose, their friends helped them out of, and they were spared the trials and tribulations of being wealthy. They learned: "Don't go in debt." His brother J. Golden Kimball was then called on August 1, 1891 by President Wilford Woodruff to succeed Elder William Spry as the president of the Southern States Mission. Notwithstanding J. Golden's health and his economic well being were both seriously impaired, it was good enough for him that the Prophet of the Lord promised him he should regain his health and be blessed of the Lord, which was literally fulfilled. J. Golden Kimball labored three years as president of the Southern States Mission, and was succeeded by Elias S. Kimball, his brother. Elias Kimball served as a Logan City Councilman from 1894 to 1896. Elias Smith Kimball died on June 13, 1934 in Salt Lake City, Utah. His interment, Salt Lake City Cemetery, Utah.

Kimball, Horton

Horton Kimball

Class of 1949 ~ Honorary. Horton Kimball. Lettermen.

Kimball, John Randy
1501 West 1750 North
Layton, Utah 84041-1511 US

Randy and Carol Kimball
  • Work: (801) 825-0673

Class of 1963. J. Randy Kimball. [John Randy Kimball.] Football, Basketball, Baseball, Y Club, Chorus President, Spanish Club, Seminary Graduate. BYU BA Spanish 1977. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: C. Rodney Kimball, Sr., and LeNeve Martin Kimball, married in 1934 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They had fourteen children: six daughters and eight sons. ~ ~ ~ ~ Randy married Carol. ~ ~ ~ ~ Business address: RC Willey Home Furnishings, Sales Manager, 1693 West 2700 South, Syracuse, Utah 84075 - (801) 774-2800. @2008

Kimball, Jonathan Golden

Kimball, Jonathan Golden
Salt Lake City, Utah US

J. Golden and Jennie Kimball

BY Academy High School Class of 1881. Jonathan G. Kimball. Commercial. Certificate in Bookkeeping and Commercial Arithmetic. Source: The Territorial Enquirer, June 22, 1881, Provo, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ J. Golden Kimball, one of the most colorful and beloved of the General Authorities was one of the First Seven Presidents of Seventies from 1892 until his death in 1938. He was born in Salt Lake City, June 9, 1853, in a beautiful Utah home -- a residence of his father's, Heber C. Kimball, that was erected in 1848-49. His mother's name was Christeen Golden Kimball. She was the only member of her family that joined the Church. Elder Kimball was carefully trained by his father, as he was living in such close proximity to him that he was ever under his very watchful care. He had the privilege in his early years of accompanying his father with Pres. Brigham Young's large parties when visiting the settlements of the Saints. He was a student of various schools of Salt Lake City up to 1868, and had a life scholarship paid in what is now the University of Utah, but that lost value when his father died. He was also a student of the "Morgan Commercial College." His father died June 22, 1868, and being the eldest child of his mother's family, against his mother's wishes, he adopted the job of driving a team, hauled wood from the canyons, ore from the mines, etc. Notwithstanding every effort made by his mother to secure more elevating employment for him, it failed. His mother decided to go out the second time, in 1875, as a pioneer, and with her family located in Meadowville, Rich County, Utah, where J. Golden Kimball and his brother Elias, partners in business ever since, purchased four hundred acres of farm and meadow land with a $1,000 promissory note. In that cold, northern clime they established a ranch and farm, and for fifteen years followed the horse and cattle business. They were successful and accumulated considerable means up until about the turn of the century. From the time of his father's death, and up to the fall 1879, J. Golden Kimball said he was under no restraint of any kind, but was as free as the birds that fly in the air; no man's hand was stretched out to guide him in the footsteps of his father, until Principal Karl G. Maeser ventured to visit their isolated little settlement, made up largely of eleven of Heber C. Kimball's sons and their families. Maeser called the people together in a log school house and testified of God, and spoke in the interest of the Brigham Young Academy. The Spirit of God awakened and aroused J. Golden and his brother Elias, and they said that for the first time they realized there was something else to be accomplished in life besides looking after cattle and horses. They repented of their weaknesses, reformed, and after great sacrifices and the overcoming of many difficulties they both attended the Brigham Young Academy for two years, and were guided and tutored by Dr. Maeser and his associate teachers. They gained a testimony that God lives, and they have been loyal and true to the Brigham Young Academy ever since. Both Elias and Golden Kimball received Bookkeeping and Commercial Arithmetic Certificates -- high school diplomas of that time -- in June of 1881, from Brigham Young Academy. Elias stayed on for a third year. ~ ~ ~ ~ J. Golden Kimball was born on June 9, 1853 in Salt Lake City, Utah. His parents were Heber Chase Kimball, Apostle, and Christeen Golden, the tenth wife of Heber C. Kimball. J. Golden Kimball married just once, to Jeanette "Jane" Knowlton, daughter of John Q. Smith and Ellen Smith. They married on September 22, 1887, in Logan, Utah. They had six children: Jonathan "Jack" Kimball; Quince "Jane" Kimball; Elizabeth Kimball; Gladys Kimball; Richard Kimball; and Max Kimball. Ordained a member of the Seventy, J. Golden Kimball died in Nevada on September 2, 1938, at age 85, in an automobile accident. He was one of the most beloved General Authorities in the history of the Church, because of his exceptionally plain-spoken speaking, filled with memorable words and stories. ~ ~ ~ ~ Jonathan Golden Kimball was born on June 9, 1853 in Salt Lake City, Utah. His parents were Heber Chase Kimball and Christeen Golden Kimball. Golden married Jane (Jennie) Smith Knowlton on September 22, 1887 in Logan, Utah. Jennie was born on February 12, 1866 in Skull Valley, Davis County, Utah. Her parents were John Quincy Knowlton and Ellen Smith Knowlton. Jennie Kimball died on August 25, 1940 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Her interment, Salt Lake City, Utah. Elder J. Golden Kimball died on September 2, 1938 in Reno, Nevada. His interment, Salt Lake City, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~
Quotes from J. Golden Kimball:
-- "Cut me off from the church? They can't do that! I repent too damn fast."
-- "I may not walk the straight and the narrow, but I sure in hell try to cross it as often as I can!"
-- "There are not enough general authorities to do all the thinking for the membership of the church."
-- "I love all of the brethren, but I love some a hell of a lot more than I do others."
-- "I don't know how the people of St. George can stand the heat, the Indians, the snakes and the flooding Virgin River. If I had a house in St. George and a house in Hell, I'd rent out the one in St. George and move straight to Hell."
-- "This city (Brigham City) looks like hell. You need to clean things up, mow the grass, paint your houses and barns. And you sisters, you could stand a little paint yourselves."
-- "Young men, always marry a woman from Sanpete County. No matter what hard times you experience together, she has seen worse."
-- "I understand you brethren can't go on missions because you swear too much. You can overcome it. Hell, I did.' .... More. ~ ~ ~ ~ In connection with Brigham Young Academy Commencement in May of 1899, an Alumni Banquet was held at the Hotel Roberts in Provo with about two hundred people attending. Four alumni spoke about different periods of time in the life of the Academy. "J. Golden Kimball's talk on the period from '77 to '84, when he was a student at the institution, was in a reminiscent strain. He was one of those who had graduated from the academy, he said, but who had forgotten to get his parchment. He marked his course at the academy, however, as the turning point in his life, for during his attendance at the school he had learned that the Gospel was true. He closed with the prophecy that the Brigham Young Academy would go on prospering, and among its alumni of the future would be numbers prophets and prophetesses, as well as congressmen and other high civil officers." Source: Deseret Evening News, May 27, 1899. [The other three speakers: Mrs. Hannah Stubbs Jones, Newton Noyes, and George H. Brimhall.]

Kimball, Joylene
11 Bountiful Dr
Fairview Heights, Illinois 62208-2401 US

Joylene and Don English
  • Work: (618) 397-6539

Class of 1970. Joylene Kimball. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents: C. Rodney Kimball, Sr., and LeNeve Martin Kimball, married in 1934 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They had fourteen children: six daughters and eight sons. ~ ~ ~ ~ Joylene married Don English. @2007

Kimball, Larry R.

Kimball, Larry R.
532 South 600 West
Payson, Utah 84651-2727 US

Larry and Mary Lou Kimball
  • Work: (801) 465-2750

Class of 1958. Larry R. Kimball. Student Body Vice President. Football Co-Captain, Basketball, Baseball, Lettermen, Second Team All-Region Football, First Team All-Region Basketball, Chorus President, Seminary Class Officer, Rotary Youth Council, Preferred Man, Junior Prom Program Committee, Senior Hop Assembly, Party After Graduation Committee. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: C. Rodney Kimball, Sr., and LeNeve Martin Kimball, married in 1934 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They had fourteen children: six daughters and eight sons. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU BS Mathematics & Teaching Certificate 1964. BYU MED Public School Administration 1983. Larry married Mary Lou Kruse, also a member of the BYH Class of 1958.

Kimball, Lee Martin
5505 West 10080 North
Highland, Utah 84003-9162 US

Lee and Karen Kimball
  • Work: (801) 756-7593

Class of 1962. Lee M. Kimball. Football, Track, Baseball, Seminary Graduate, Y Club, Preferred Man 2nd Attendant. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: C. Rodney Kimball, Sr., and LeNeve Martin Kimball, married in 1934 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They had fourteen children: six daughters and eight sons. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU BS Sociology 1970. BYU MBA 1972. Lee married Karen. Lee is a Vice President for Marketing in the Pacific Corporation, Orem, Utah 84057 - (801) 226-2600. @2007

Kimball, Linda Ann
2536 S. Brandi Lane
Yuma, Arizona 85364-0711 US

Linda and Donald Runyan
  • Cell: 928-580-0363
  • Home: 928-726-4234

Class of 1961. Linda Ann Kimball. Chorus, Hi-Steppers, Yld Cat Newspaper Society Editor, Wildcat Yearbook, Seminary Graduate. BYU 1965. Married Donald W. Runyan. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents: Edwin Roberts Kimball and Althea Ashby Kimball, married in August of 1927 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They had five children: two sons and three daughters. They are: Edwin Norman Kimball [BYH Class of 1950], of Sandy, Utah; Elaine Kimball [BYH Class of 1951] Busath, of Pleasanton, California; Dr. David Ashby Kimball [BYH Class of 1953], of Salt Lake City, Utah; Linda Kimball [BYH Class of 1961] Runyan, of Evergreen, Colorado; and Colleen Kimball [BYH Class of 1965] Worthington, Lindon, Utah. @2011

Kimball, Merl [L. Merle]

Kimball, Merl [L. Merle]
Kanosh, Utah US

Merle and Vernon Lester

Class of 1924. Merl Kimball (female) [L. Merle Kimball]. Surname source: 1924 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section. ~ ~ ~ ~ Biographical Info. ~ ~ ~ ~ L. Merle Kimball. She was born on June 19, 1906, and she died on September 27, 1980. Her interment: Kanosh, Utah, Cemetery. Her spouse: Vernon Lester. ~ ~ ~ ~ Merl Kimball is the only female student we can find enrolled at BYH and BYU during this time. While a female photo marked "Kimball" appears in the 1924 Banyan composite class photo of 4th Year (senior) students at BYH, Merl appears in 1924 as a 2nd Year (sophomore) student at BYH. She is not listed as a BYH student before or after that year, but that may have been an oversight. Background sources: BYU/BYH Annual Catalogues for the School Years 1922-23, 1923-24, 1924-25, and 1925-26.

Kimball, Rodney [Crozier Rodney] Jr.
7459 S Rita Lane
Tempe, Arizona 85283-4796 US

Rod and Carol Kimball
  • Work: (480) 838-7453

Class of 1956. Rod Kimball [Crozier Rodney Kimball]. Football, Baseball, Wrestling, Legislative Forum Region, Rocks & Minerals Club, Chorus. ~ ~ ~ ~ I was born May 22, 1938 to Rod and LeNeave Kimball at American Fork, Utah. I am next to the oldest of fourteen children. Two brothers died before the age of five and my mother passed away about nine years ago. My father was Athletic Trainer at BYU for forty plus years. He remarried at age eighty-nine and lives in Orem, Utah. He reached the age of almost ninety-seven years old before his death in January 2007. Our earlier years growing up were spent on a fruit farm in what is called Grandview near the Provo – Orem city boundary. I tried to enroll at BY High my sophomore year in high school, but was too late and spent that year at Provo High. My only significant item to mention about Provo High is that I took third place in State wrestling at 103 pounds. The remainder of my high school days were spent at good old BY High. I considered all of the student body at BY High my friends. I have many fond memories in seminary, on the football field, baseball diamond, wrestling mat, dances, classrooms and chorus. I also enjoyed most of the teachers. One of the highlights of the experience I remember is finding out BY High did not have a wresting team, and Coach Bushman said we could have one if enough boys showed up to field a team. We had one guy at each weight that first year, except two and we only had one guy go to state. It wasn't me, it was Kent Chamberlain. The next year we took seven wrestlers to State and we had two that placed, Kent and I. I went on to BYU on a wrestling scholarship. Before I served a mission to Northern California from June of 1958 to June of 1960, I joined the Army Reserve and went one year to BYU. Freshmen were not allowed to compete until their sophomore year in college and so we wrestled in the AAU. A couple of us won our division in the Intermountain Collegiate Championship, and were eligible to compete in nationals, but you had to pay your own way and there was no money to go. I resumed school and wrestling at BYU in 1960. It was at that time I met and fell in love with my sweetheart, Mary Carol Burk, and we were sealed in the Arizona Temple June 16, 1961. We met at BYU after being introduced by our uncle. Forty-four years with a great and wonderful woman does wonders for a guy. I graduated from BYU in August of 1963 with a bachelor’s degree in Physical Education and History. I took the seminary program at BYU to qualify as a Seminary teacher. We decided to take a full-time seminary teaching job instead of several school teaching and coaching jobs which were offered. We lived two years in the Richfield – Monroe, Utah area and taught seminary there. We were then moved to Pima, Arizona where, after eight years of teaching, I received my Masters Degree in Counseling at ASU in 1971. We have spent time in the private sector in sales and real estate, and worked for LDS Family Services as a professional counselor. I am currently retired and still working part-time at LDS Family Services. We have eight children with six of them married, and twenty-six grandchildren. We just completed our first full time mission at the Mesa Regional Family History Center in Mesa, Arizona. It has been a great life. @2007.

Kimball, Rodney [Crozier Rodney] Sr.

Kimball, Rodney [Crozier Rodney] Sr.
Provo, Utah US

Rodney & LaNeve/Flor Kimball

Distinguished Honorary Alumnus of BYH. C. Rodney Kimball, graduate of Jordan High School, father of many BYH graduates. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Crozier Rodney Kimball, Sr., age 96 -- almost 97 -- of Provo, Utah passed away on Saturday, January 13, 2007 at the Charleston Assisted Living Center in Cedar Hills, Utah. He was born in St. David, Arizona on February 13, 1910 to Crozier Kimball and Mary Lenora Roberts Kimball. He graduated from Jordan High School in 1929. Rod served a two and one-half year mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Germany. He married LeNeve Martin on Jan. 2, 1934 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. They were loving and devoted companions and worked side by side for over 60 years in raising their family and serving others. He was an active member of the Church and served in many capacities including Bishop, High Councilor, Patriarch, Temple worker, and with his wife served missions in Nauvoo, Illinois and Washington, DC. He received his bachelors and masters degree from BYU and worked there as the athletic trainer for almost 40 years. He was one of the most well known people associated with Brigham Young University in the school's history. His occupation was to care for athletes in treating and preventing injuries but his real interest and passion was in helping young men and others learn from and respond to life's lessons in a way that would bring growth and real happiness into their lives. In his professional and personal life he was truly a teacher, healer, minister and counselor and he was happiest when he was serving other people. He was a great father and enjoyed being with and surrounded by his family. His beloved wife LeNeve died on August 23, 1996. They had eleven children; seven of them are BYH alumni. ~ ~ Rod second married Florence Moulton Anderson for time in the St. George Temple on April 6, 1999. She was a loving, caring, and devoted companion. They took care of one another in the twilight years of their lives until Florence passed away on December 14, 2006. Both the Kimball and Anderson families were blessed through their association. C. Rodney Kimball, Sr., is survived by six sons and six daughters (sic): Sylvia Kimball (married Alan) Harmon, of Robertson, Wyoming; C. Rodney Kimball, Jr. [BYH Class of 1956] (married Carol), of Tempe, Arizona; Larry R. Kimball [BYH Class of 1958] (married Mary Lou), of Payson; John Randy [Randy] Kimball [also BYH Class of 1958] (married Carol), of Layton; Lee Martin [Lee] Kimball [BYH Class of 1962] (married Karen), of Highland; Sharyn Kimball [BYH Class of 1966] (married Allen) Hampton, of Ogden; Ruby Kimball [BYH Class of 1967] (married Joel) Zabriskie, of Highland; Joylene Kimball (married Don) English, of Fairview Heights, Illinois; Stanley M. Kimball (married Lucile), of Oregon; and a sister-in-law, Hanna Ione Herzog of Salt Lake City. He was preceded in death by his spouses, his parents, two sons: David M. Kimball, V. Rex Kimball, and all other brothers and sisters and their spouses which are: Jane K. (Printess) Fitzgerald, Edwin R. (Althea) Kimball, Griffith R. (Marvetta) Kimball, Lenora K. (Charles) Madsen, Caroline K. (Golden) Berrett, C. Bernice K. (J. Vernon) Cook, Gwen K. (Norman) Johnson, and Vaughn R. Kimball; one daughter-in-law, Margaret Parcell Kimball; one grandchild and one great-grandchild. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, January 20, 2007 at 11:00 a.m. at the Provo Utah Grandview South Stake Center, 1122 North Grand Avenue (1750 West). Friends may call at the Provo Utah Grandview South Stake Center on Friday evening from 6:00-9:00 p.m. as well as Saturday from 9:30-10:30 a.m. Interment, Orem City Cemetery, 1500 North 800 East. Condolences or experiences may be sent to info@bergmortuary.com [Deseret News, January 18, 2007].

Kimball, Ruby

Kimball, Ruby
5555 West 10680 North
Highland, Utah 84003 US

Ruby and Joel Zabriskie
  • Work: 801-766-7600
  • Home: (801) 756-4221

Class of 1967. Ruby Kimball. Pep Club (Sgt at Arms), Hi-Steppers, F.H.A., Chorus, 4th Year Seminary, Class Senator. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents: C. Rodney Kimball, Sr., and LeNeve Martin Kimball, married in 1934 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They had fourteen children: six daughters and eight sons. ~ ~ ~ ~ Ruby married Joel D. Zabriskie, BYH Class of 1966. They have five girls and three boys. @2007 ~ ~ ~ ~ Email sent to joelz@ivie.com bounced back. @2010

Kimball, Sharyn
3335 Baker Dr
Ogden, Utah 84403-1307 US

Sharyn and Allen Hampton
  • Work: (801) 394-8435

Class of 1966. Sharyn Kimball. Chorus, F.H.A., Thespians, Pep Club, All State Chorus, Excellent Drama Region, Superior Chorus Region, A Rating Chorus Ensemble Region, Seminary 4 years. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents: C. Rodney Kimball, Sr., and LeNeve Martin Kimball, married in 1934 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They had fourteen children: six daughters and eight sons. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU BS. Nasser College, Rochester, NY, M.Ed. with special certification in learning disabilities. Teacher. Sharyn married Allen Hampton, and they have three daughters. @2007

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