Alphabetical Alumni

Latimer, Beulah

Beulah Latimer

Faculty & Staff, including 1954-55.

Laudie, John Davis, Sr.

Laudie, John Davis, Sr.
Orem, Utah

John and Lenore Laudie

Class of 1937. John Laudie. German Club. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: John Davis Laudie, Sr., 80, passed away Tuesday, May 18, 1999 at home in Orem after a lengthy illness. Born in Salt Lake, March 28, 1919, the son of Fern Halliday and C. Lucius Laudie. He attended schools in Ogden and Provo and graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1937. He later attended BYU. He enjoyed reading, music, and camping. His greatest pleasures were family, home, and church. He served during World War II as a radio operator in the Army Air Corp and was stationed in Luxor, Egypt. He retired from Geneva Steel in 1979 after 28 years of service. He served a mission for the LDS Church in Tonga and Hawaii and served faithfully in many church positions during his life including: president of YMMIA, Elders Quorum president and Seventies group leader, and stake and ward clerk for 24 years. He married Lenore Kofford in the Salt Lake Temple, December 5, 1945. He is survived by his wife, Lenore and six children: John and Faye Laudie, American Fork; Val and Cynde Laudie, American Fork; Gaylen and Joy Laudie, Pleasant Grove; Nina and Gale Johnson, Plano, Texas; Kevin and Charlotte Laudie, Mantua, Utah; and Kim and Betty Laudie, Orem. He was preceded in death by his sister, Orpha Riding. Funeral Services were held Saturday, May 22, 1999 in Orem. Burial was in the Pleasant Grove City Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to Vista Hospice Care Foundation, 1093 South Orem Blvd., Orem, Utah 84058. [Published in the Deseret News, Thursday, May 20, 1999.]

Law, David Andrew

Law, David Andrew
Rolla, Missouri US

David and Darlene Law

Class of 1943. David A. Law. Buhl High School 2, Thespians 3, Debate 3, College enrollment 3. ~ ~ ~ ~ David Andrew Law was born February 2, 1925 in Blackfoot, Idaho. His parents were Hugh Wing Law and Doris Petria Toner Law. David married Mildred Darlene Colovich on November 28, 1945 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Author: Dr. David A. Law, From Samaria to Samarkand: The Ten Lost Tribes of Israel (Lanham, Md.: University Press of America, 1992). He and his wife, Darlene Law, had three children, Georgia, Douglas, and Sylvia. After graduating from BY High in 1943, David served as a radarman on an aircraft carrier in WWII. He returned and earned a BA degree and an MA degree from BYU in political science and the Russian languge. He then worked in Washington, D.C in government for a few years, then taught high school in Salt Lake City while earning his Ph.D from the Univeristy of Utah. After graduating with the Ph.d in School Administration, he was hired to teach the Russian language and Russian Civilization at the Univeristy of Missouri-Rolla. After he retired, he and his wife served a mission in Moscow, Russia. @2010

Law, Leda Marie
225 Ashwood Street
Richland, Washington 99352-8453 US

Leda and Lewis Muhlestein
  • Work: (509) 628-3924

Class of 1957 ~ Honorary. Leda Marie Law. She married Lewis Muhlestein.

Law, Nena Flo
PO Box 1
Nephi, Utah 84648-0001 US

Nena Flo Warner
  • Work: 435-623-1939

Class of 1952. Nena Flo Law. Notre Maison President, Fauvine Drummer, Thespians, Band, Chorus, Wildcat Yearbook. Married ______ Warner.

Law, Ronald Dee

Law, Ronald Dee
421 East 5th North
Brigham City, Utah 84302-1928

Ronald and Coleen Law

Class of 1947. Ronald Dee "R. Dee" Law. Married Colleen Benson, BYH Class of 1947. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Ronald Dee Law passed away peacefully at home in Iron County, Utah, with family around him, on Saturday the 17th of January 2015. He was 85 years old. Ronald, or "R. Dee" as he was known to his family, was born July 14, 1929 in Brigham City, Utah at the old Cooley Clinic on the corner of Main Street & 3rd South. He was the second child and only son of Reuben Deem Law and Leda Call Law. Before R. Dee started the second grade the family moved to Provo, Utah where R. Dee spent the majority of his childhood. During this year he met Colleen Benson who would later become his wife. He attended Brigham Young University Elementary Training School, Brigham Young Jr. High and Brigham Young High School, graduating in the BYH Class of 1947. R. Dee then graduated from Brigham Young University receiving a degree in Chemistry. He interrupted his studies to serve a mission for the LDS Church in the French mission. At that time, this mission included all of French-speaking Europe. On the 27th of December 1951, he married his sweetheart, Colleen [also BYH Class of 1947], in the St. George LDS Temple. He often said that marrying Colleen was the best thing he had ever done. After both R. Dee and Colleen finished college they moved to southern California so that he could pursue further education. In 1958 the family moved back to Utah where R. Dee took a job as a chemist with Thiokol. He continued to work for Thiokol until his retirement. In 1965 the family moved to Brigham City, Utah into the LDS 12th Ward. R. Dee held many callings while living there including being called to serve as Bishop in 1977. He also joined the Box Elder Symphonic Choir. He had a beautiful tenor voice and often sang solos. R. Dee and Colleen spent twenty years working in the LDS Church extraction program and, after retirement they served two missions to the Paris France Mission. Colleen passed away in 2006, and in 2012 R. Dee moved to Iron County, Utah to live with his daughter and son-in-law Don and Lauralee Lester. R. Dee was preceded in death by his parents, his wife Colleen, a sister Leda Marie Law Muhlestein, and a brother-in-law Grant Ash. He is survived by his sisters Zola Rae Law Ash, Nena Flo Law, Rose Lynette Law Rigby (Lavar Rigby) and brother-in-law Lewis Muhlestein. Also three daughters, Lauralee Law Lester (Don Lester), Linda Law Sharp (Ron Sharp), Sharon Law Rex (Ron Rex), ten grandchildren and eighteen great-grandchildren. Ronald Dee Law was a great man who spent his life focused on his family and the gospel of Jesus Christ. He worked faithfully in whatever church calling he was given. He was a faithful Home Teacher to many families over the years. He especially enjoyed spending time with his children and grandchildren. Funeral services will be at the Brigham City 12th Ward 139 East 300 North, Brigham City, Utah at 11:00 AM Saturday, January 24th, 2015. The family will greet friends on Friday from 6:00 to 8:00 PM at the Gillies Funeral Chapel, 634 East 200 South, Brigham City, and on Saturday at the church from 10:00 to 10:45 AM. Interment, Brigham City Cemetery. Condolences can be emailed to the family at www.gilliesfuneralchapel.com [The Spectrum & Daily News (of Southern Utah), January 21, 2015] Source.

Law, Signa

Law, Signa
Antioch, California US

Signa and Alfred Pedersen

Class of 1917. Signa Law. She received a BYH Normal Certificate in 1917. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 74. ~ ~ ~ ~ Signa Law was born on November 28, 1894 in Springville, Utah. Her parents were Charles Orson Law and Signa Sophia Wing Law. The 1917 graduate Sophia Law married Alfred Helge Pedersen on June 24, 1919 in Mapleton, Utah. Sophia Law Pedersen died on October 11, 1968 in Antioch, Contra Costa County, California. Her interment, Brentwood, California.

Law, Wesley Ruane
350 W Center
Orangeville, Utah 84537

Wesley & Joyce Law
  • Work: (435) 748-2288

Faculty & Staff. Seminary Teacher, including 1958-59 school year. Wesley Ruane Law. Married Joyce Johnson. His Parents: Guy Wesley Law and Vada Hoggan Law, married on July 5, 1928 and sealed in the Manti LDS Temple in 1933. Wesley and Joyce had the following children: Lorie Law; Dallin Donald Law; Sandra Law; David Dee Law; Wendi Law; and Steven Wesley Law. @2005

Law, Zola Rae
466 East 2100 North
Provo, Utah 84604-1834 US

Zola and Cecil Ash
  • Work: (801) 373-5575

Class of 1944. Zola Rae Law. Student Body Secretary, 1943-1944. She married Cecil Grant Ash. Her parents: Reuben Deem Law (19 Mar 1903 - 19 Apr 1981), and Leda Ethelwyn Call Law (3 Dec 1901 - 17 May 1973). Zola and Ceil had four children: Terry Kay Ash; Allyn Ash; Dayle Ash; and Cozanne Ash. @2005 ~ ~ ~ ~ HER FATHER: Reuben Deem Law, born March 19, 1903, died April 19, 1981) was the first president of the Church College of Hawaii (CCH) (1954 – 1959) which much later was renamed Brigham Young University – Hawaii (BYU–Hawaii). Law was born in Avon, Utah and raised on a ranch and farm. He married Leda Ethelyn Call in 1925 in Logan, Utah and they had five children. While in Logan, Law graduated from Brigham Young College and Utah State Agricultural College, receiving a Bachelors degree in history and education. He later attended the University of Southern California where he received a Masters Degree in Education and Educational Administration, followed by an Ed.D. in teacher education in 1941. Law's career began as an elementary school principal in Box Elder County, Utah. After teaching some high school, he became the first principal at the consolidated South Rich High School in Randolph, Utah. After one year, he became the county superintendent, where he served for six years in the 1930s. He then briefly served as superintendent in Duchesne County School District before joining the faculty at Brigham Young University in 1936. Law was appointed Dean of BYU's College of Education from 1946 to 1954. Three years after becoming LDS Church president, David O. McKay felt inspired that the Church should establish a college in Hawaii. Although Law had just finished building a new home in Provo, Utah, he accepted the invitation to plan the new school and to be its first president. He wanted to "turn President McKay's vision into a reality." Eric B. Shumway, BYU–Hawaii's president fifty years later, said Law was "a man of strong character, [who] wielded a firm hand" and held an "absolute and fervent testimony of President McKay's calling as a prophet, seer, and revelator". Some contemporaries also saw him as a strict or authoritarian figure. With no preexisting facilities, Law led the survey committee to investigate potential attendance and locations. Although Law recommended the school begin in Fall 1956 in Honolulu, the population center, McKay decided it should be on Church-owned property in Laie, and should open soon as possible, in September 1955. In the complex work of urgently organizing a new junior college "from scratch", Law was given "direct access to President McKay on nearly all matters concerning the college, including budget, thus bypassing much of the bureaucracy and red tape of the Church". The school began in temporary buildings with 20 faculty and 153 students, which rose to 250 students by the end of Law's term. Law resigned in 1959 to accept a position in Southern California, and he was replaced by faculty member Richard Wootton. In the 1970s, Law served on the Utah State Board of Education, which he chaired from 1976 to 1977. He was also a temple worker in the Provo Temple in the 1970s. Law was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, in which he served as a bishop, a counselor in a stake presidency, and a member of the church's Sunday School General Board. Law's wife Leda died in 1973 and later that year he remarried to Lue Groesbeck. In 1981, Law died at the age of 78 in Provo and was buried in Logan.

Lawyer, Michael Bruce, Sr.

Lawyer, Michael Bruce, Sr.
Pleasant Grove, Utah US

Mike and Donna Lawyer

Class of 1958. Michael B. Lawyer, Sr. Senior Class Social Chair. Seminary Student Body Officer, Extemporaneous Speaking Region & State, Retold Story, School Play, Latin Club, Thespian, Soph Ball Floor Show Committee, Junior Prom Decoration Committee, Senior Hop Advertising Committee, Sadie Hawkins Day Assembly, Radio Club, [Grand Prize, Alaska Science Fair]. BYU 1962. Sold their home and began in April 2005 to serve a mission in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Served as the office couple in the Pennsylvania Philadelphia Mission. They have nine children and 22 grandchildren. They returned home to Utah in October of 2006, and live in Pleasant Grove. Alternate address: 771 W 1100 N, Pleasant Grove, Utah 84062 @2008 ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Michael Bruce Lawyer, December 26, 1939 ~ August 8, 2012. Michael Bruce Lawyer, 72, of Pleasant Grove, Utah passed away on August 8, 2012. He was born on December 26, 1939, in Fairbanks, Alaska to Bruce Adams Lawyer and Margaret Evelyn Rice. Dad was the first of 3 boys. With the subsequent separation and re-marriage of his parents, the blessing of seven more loving brothers and sisters was added. He served as a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Frankfurt Germany. Soon after his return, he met and was sealed to his sweetheart, Donna, for time and all eternity in the Manti, Utah Temple on February 2, 1963. Dad served in many capacities in the Church and community, including service as a Bishop, Stake High Council member, Scout leader, Teacher, State Convention delegate, Director of Utah Army MARS, and as a Home Teacher -- his favorite. He was a Ham radio operator beginning in his teenage years. He was involved in scouting for many years. Dad and Mom served two missions together, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and in the Family and Church History Headquarters, missions. He is survived by his wife, Donna Valerie Scott Lawyer; siblings Gary F. Lawyer; Phillip G. Lawyer (Joyce); Karen Parry Atkinson (Louie); Sharon Parry Cook (David); Ludelle Parry Gilmour (John); Adam Lawyer (Melanie); Ann Lawyer Nelson (Keith); Mark Lawyer (Karen); and Robin Lawyer Solman (Peter); and by his children Sheri Lynn Lawyer Peterson; Michael Bruce Lawyer II (Becky); David Christian Lawyer; Stephen Scott Lawyer (Muriel); Daniel Craig Lawyer (Kim); Benjamin Joseph Lawyer (Jeanne); Kathryn Elayne Lawyer Morris (Ron); and James Andrew Lawyer (Katie); 27 grandchildren and 1 great-grandson. He was preceded in death by his father and mother; step-father, Frank D. Parry; step-mother, Shirley G. Lawyer; his son, Matthew Carter Lawyer; and son-in-law, Clayton Dean Peterson. A viewing for family and friends was held Sunday evening, August 12, 2012, at the Olpin Mortuary, 494 S 300 E, Pleasant Grove, Utah. Funeral services were held on Monday, August 13, 2012, at the Pleasant Grove Garden Stake Center, 1028 W 1000 N, Pleasant Grove, Utah. Interment, Bountiful City Cemetery. The family expressed heartfelt thanks to the wonderful doctors and nurses at the Timpanogos Regional Hospital CCU and ICU units who spent long hours working with Mike over the final two weeks, and to Dr. Dahl and Dr. Chun Hwang who kept his heart going for so many years. Source, Olpin Family Mortuary.

Laycock, Christopher Harold
1757 N. Cobblestone Drive
Provo, Utah 84604 US

Chris Laycock
  • Work: 801-373-6286

Class of 1966. Christopher Laycock. Concert Band, Track, Seminary Graduate. Currently living in Provo, Utah. His parents: Harold R. Laycock and Lois E. Peterson Laycock, married in 1937 in Salt Lake City, Utah. In 1949, Harold Laycock was hired as a music instructor for BYU where he continued for 33 years until retiring in 1982. He served many years as Coordinator of Music Theory and was awarded the Karl G. Maeser Outstanding Teacher Award in 1981. His music career began early in life with piano and violin. He played violin in the BYU symphony, later switching to viola. In addition to teaching, he played viola in the Utah State Symphony 1940-42, and was violist and principal violist in the Utah Valley Symphony for many years. He also played in the BYU faculty string quartet. Harold and Lois had three children: sons, Christopher Laycock [BYH Class of 1966] and Grant Laycock [BYH Class of 1971]; and daughter, Rosemary Laycock Pendleton [BYH Class of 1974]. @2006 Chris enjoys challenging rock climbing. Chris attended the 50th Anniversary Reunion of the BYH Class of 1966 on September 2, 2016.

Laycock, Grant W.
1464 West 1500 North
Provo, Utah 84604 US

Grant Laycock
  • Work: (801) 374-8403

Class of 1971. Grant W. Laycock. BYU BA American Studies 1991. BYU MLIS Library Science 1993. His parents: Harold R. Laycock and Lois E. Peterson Laycock, married in 1937 in Salt Lake City, Utah. In 1949, Harold Laycock was hired as a music instructor for BYU where he continued for 33 years until retiring in 1982. He served many years as Coordinator of Music Theory and was awarded the Karl G. Maeser Outstanding Teacher Award in 1981. His music career began early in life with piano and violin. He played violin in the BYU symphony, later switching to viola. In addition to teaching, he played viola in the Utah State Symphony 1940-42, and was violist and principal violist in the Utah Valley Symphony for many years. He also played in the BYU faculty string quartet. Harold and Lois had three children: sons, Christopher Laycock [BYH Class of 1966] and Grant Laycock [BYH Class of 1971]; and daughter, Rosemary Laycock Pendleton [BYH Class of 1974].

Laycock, Rosemary
9616 Regal Ridge Drive NE
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87111-1526 US

Rosemary and Burton Pendleton
  • Work: (505) 798-9792

Class of 1974. Rosemary Laycock. Members of this class were in the BY elementary school's sixth grade in 1968. Had the school remained open, many would have graduated together in 1974. She married Burton Pendleton. Rosemary Laycock Pendleton, BYU BS Botany 1978, BYU MS Range Science 1981. Her parents: Harold R. Laycock and Lois E. Peterson Laycock, married in 1937 in Salt Lake City, Utah. In 1949, Harold Laycock was hired as a music instructor for BYU where he continued for 33 years until retiring in 1982. He served many years as Coordinator of Music Theory and was awarded the Karl G. Maeser Outstanding Teacher Award in 1981. His music career began early in life with piano and violin. He played violin in the BYU symphony, later switching to viola. In addition to teaching, he played viola in the Utah State Symphony 1940-42, and was violist and principal violist in the Utah Valley Symphony for many years. He also played in the BYU faculty string quartet. Harold and Lois had three children: sons, Christopher Laycock [BYH Class of 1966] and Grant Laycock [BYH Class of 1971]; and daughter, Rosemary Laycock Pendleton [BYH Class of 1974].

Layton, Christine
125 M Street
Salt Lake City, Utah 84103 US

Christine & Fred Graham
  • Cell: 801-915-5016
  • Home: 801-521-3573

Class of 1971. Class of 1971. Christine Layton. BYU BA Humanities 1976. BYU MA English Literature 1980. Married Fred Graham in 1986. They have three children. English instructor at LDS Business College. Childrens book writer (christinegrahambooks.com). Alternate email: cgraham@ldsbc.edu ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents: Robert L. Layton and Betty Layton. Robert and Betty Layton have four children who are BYH alumni: Christine Layton Graham, BYH Class of 1971; James R. Layton, BYH Class of 1973; Joan Layton Merrell, BYH Class of 1974; and Raymond Layton, BYH Class of 1976. @Jan2011

Layton, James R.
1923 Bunker Hill Road
Jefferson City, Missouri 65109 US

James Layton
  • Work: (573) 634-2920

Class of 1973. James Layton. BYU BS Planning, Family, Home & Social Sciences 1977. BYU JD School of Law 1982. After law school Jim practiced law in Washington DC, then moved to Missouri in 1994. He married Cindy in 1984; they have three children. His parents, Robert and Betty Layton, have four children who attended the Lab School and attended or would have attended BYUH: Christine Layton Graham, BYH Class of 1971; James R. Layton, BYH Class of 1973; Joan Layton Merrell, BYH Class of 1974; and Raymond Layton, BYH Class of 1976. @2006

Layton, Joan
2312 Allison Drive
Jefferson City, Missouri 65109-2171 US

Joan and Durk Merrell
  • Work: (573) 635-5116

Class of 1974. Joan Layton. Members of this class were in the BY elementary school's sixth grade in 1968. Had the school remained open, many would have graduated together in 1974. She married Durk Merrell. Joan Layton Merrell, BYU BA University Studies 1977. Her parents: Robert L. Layton and Mrs. Layton. They have four children: Christine Layton Graham, BYH Class of 1971; James R. Layton, BYH Class of 1973; Joan Layton Merrell, BYH Class of 1974; and Raymond Layton, BYH Class of 1976. @2006

Layton, Raymond
1605 NE Keystone Drive
Ankeny, Iowa 50021 US

Raymond and Cozanne Layton
  • Home: 515-371-0779

Centennial Class of 1976. Raymond J. Layton. BYU BS Zoology 1982. Virginia Tech MS Entomology 1985. Virginia Tech - Blacksburg PhD Entomology 1989. DuPont Crop Protection 1989-2002 Research Scientist. DuPont Agriculture and Nutrition / Pioneer Hi-Bred International 2002-Present Research Fellow. Married Cozanne Ash in 1980. Four children, and nine grandchildren. He missed Second Grade at BYU elementary school because he was in Guatemala. ~ ~ His parents: Robert L. Layton and Mrs. Layton. They have four children: Christine Layton Graham, BYH Class of 1971; James R. Layton, BYH Class of 1973; Joan Layton Merrell, BYH Class of 1974; and Raymond Layton, BYH Class of 1976. @2014

Layton, Walter Clarence
7629 Casa Grande Circle
Midvale, Utah 84047-2829 US

Walt and Ann Layton
  • Cell: 801-755-9425

Class of 1960. Walter Layton. Track, Ski Club President x2, Key Club, Wildcat Yearbook, Yld Cat Newspaper, Marching Band, Concert Band, Chorus. BYU BS Elementary Education 1968. Married Ann, five children. Occupation, Elementary School Principal.

Leavitt, Stanley A.

Leavitt, Stanley A.
Orem, Utah

Stanley and Edna Leavitt

Faculty & Staff, Early 1950s, including 1952-53. Stanley A. Leavitt. Algebra, Mathematics. Born May 17, 1918 in Leavitt, Alberta, Canada. Married Edna H. Leavitt. Died September 8, 1986, Orem, Utah. Buried: Timpanogos Memorial Gardens Cemetery & Mausoleum, SM_135_C_3.

LeBaron, David Cheney

LeBaron, David Cheney

Dave LeBaron

Class of 1955~H. David Cheney LeBaron. David was a Canadian student at BYH. He is remembered as a real artist. He was born April 5, 1936, and died March 29, 1967 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

LeBaron, M. Gail
5801 NE Voyage Ave, Apt 34
Lincoln City, Oregon 97367 US

Gail and James Christensen
  • Work: (541) 994-7585

Class of 1963. Margaret Gail LeBaron. Canadian. Thespians, Newspaper, Seminary Graduate. BYU BA English 1966. Married James Christensen. @2008

Lee, Carole Luella
105 Country View Ln
Royse City, Texas 75189-4594 US

Carole Morrow
  • Home: (972) 636-3134

Class of 1960. Carole Lee. Forensics, Hi-Steppers President, Interpretive, Chorus, F.H.A. [First name listed as both Carole and Carol in 1960 Wildcat yearbook -- Carole is correct.] BYU 1960. She married Ira L. Morrow. @2010

Lee, Donald Grant
1191 Belsaw Circle
Salt Lake City, Utah 84094 US

Don and Marilyn Lee
  • Work: (801) 572-4006

Class of 1958. Donald Grant Lee. Senior Class Secretary. Basketball, Tennis, Debate Region, Thespian, Chorus, Model U.N., School Plays, Weber Debate, Senior Hop Decoration Committee, Senior Sluff Day Committee, Senior Class Parties, Contest Play, Graduation Activities Committee. BYU BA French & Italian 1966. ~ ~ ~ ~ News Article, October 17, 1968: Donald Lee, Art Reading Teacher at VJH [Vernal Jr. High School]. Donald Grant Lee has a new teaching assignment in the Uintah School District as art and reading teacher at Vernal Jr. High School. He married Marilyn Christensen August 14 [1968]. After graduation from Brigham Young High School in 1958, Mr. Lee received his BA degree from the BYU in 1960 in French and art. He will receive his MA in May of 1969 in commercial art. His student teaching was done at the BY High in Provo. As an active member of the LDS Church, he filled a French-French Coast mission. In 1964, Mr. Lee went to Europe with the BYU International Folk Dancers. He is with the U.S. Army reserves. Vernal Express, October 17, 1968. @2008

Lee, Edward Rex

Lee, Edward Rex
8766 South 6200 West
Payson, Utah 84651 US

Ted & Kris Lee
  • Work: (801) 465-5704
  • Home: (801) 465-2900

Class of 1963. Edward Rex (Ted) Lee. Born September 1945. Wildcat Yearbook Advertising Editor, Newspaper Photographer, Thespians, Ski Club, Spanish Club, Band, Chorus, Model U.N., Science Club, German Club, Seminary 4 years. Married Kristine Johnson, BYH Class of 1965. BYU BA French & Italian 1970. @2010

Lee, George

George Lee

Class of 1953. All State Chorus, Band, Chorus, French Club, Photography Club, Forensics, Childrens Theater, Thespians.

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