Alphabetical Alumni
Morton, Maralyn Bertha

Morton, Maralyn Bertha
Provo, Utah US

Maralyn Morton

Class of 1915. Maralyn Bertha Morton [not Borton]. She received a BYH Normal Certificate in 1915. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 8, page 405. ~ ~ ~ ~ Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1920. Maralyn Bertha Morton [not Borton]. She received an AB Degree in English in 1920. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 8, page 405. ~ ~ ~ ~ Maralyn [or Marolyn] Bertha Morton was born on November 8, 1895 in Pleasant Grove [Lindon], Utah. Her parents were Allan Morton and Mary Ann McGimpey Morton. Maralyn died on October 13, 1961 in Provo, Utah. Her interment, Pleasant Grove City Cemetery, Utah.

Moses, Karla

Karla Moses

Centennial Class of 1976. Karla Moses. [Need more information.]

Moses, Mark E.
5196 Rodeo Circle
Oakley, Utah 84055-2101 US

Mark Moses
  • Work: (435) 783-5984

Class of 1974. Mark Moses. 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.

Moss, Judy

Judy Moss

Faculty & Staff 1960s, including 1963-64 - English Teacher & Newspaper Advisor.

Moss, Kevin J.
320 West 310 North
Orem, Utah 84057-4636 US

Kevin Moss
  • Work: (801) 224-3273

Class of 1968. Kevin Moss. BYU BS Zoology 1976.

Moulton, Albert P.
3903 North 3300 East
Kimberly, Idaho 83341-5054 US

Albert Moulton
  • Work: (208) 734-1060

Class of 1949 ~ Honorary, Class of 1950. Albert P. Moulton. [He is listed as a senior in both 1949 & 1950 BYH yearbooks.] Band. BYU BS Agronomy & Horticulture 1961.

Moulton, Nancy
5130 Gibbons Drive %23B
Carmichael, California 95608-2114

Nancy Moulton

Class of 1945. @2001

Moulton, Rae Deon

Moulton, Rae Deon
Susanville, California US

Rae Deon & David C. Silkwood

Class of 1951. Rae Deon [not Dean] Moulton. Student Body Social Chair. Fauvines, Band, Chorus, Skating Club, Bookkeeping Team, Girls State. ~ ~ ~ ~ Rae Deon Moulton's parents were Albert Thacker Moulton and Iva Ethel Page Moulton. Rae was born on February 22, 1934 in Seattle, Washington. ~ ~ ~ ~ Rae Deon Moulton married David Crocket Silkwood, Jr. on September 04, 1951, and they had 8 children: David Blair Silkwood, born 1952; Colleen Silkwood O'Rourke, born 1954; Terresa Jean Silkwood, born 1953; Melodye Silkwood, born 1954; Rusty Steve Silkwood, born 1955; Bruce Todd Silkwood, born 1964; Brett Russell (twin) Silkwood, born 1969; Bryce Lance (twin) Silkwood, born 1969; Deon Moulton Silkwood died on July 25, 1972 of breast cancer, and she is buried in Shasta County, California.

Moulton, Sandra Mae

Moulton, Sandra Mae

Sandra Moulton

Class of 1957 ~ Honorary. Sandra Moulton. ~ ~ ~ ~ Sandra Mae Moulton was born May 15, 1939 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Her parents were Lynn D. Moulton and Margaret Flinck Moulton. [Lynn D. Moulton was born on February 12, 1911 in Heber, Utah. His parents were Moroni Moulton and Mary Ann Daybell. Mr. Lynn Moulton died on June 18, 2005 in Auburn, Placer County, California.] Sandra Moulton died on April 7, 1963.

Mower, Colleen

Mower, Colleen
Provo, Utah US

Colleen and Lynn Knudsen

Class of 1947. Colleen Mower. Senior Class Secretary & Treasurer 1946-1947. Married Lynn Reed Knudsen. Colleen Mower Knudsen, 68, Provo, died Jan. 16, 1999, arrangements by Berg Mortuary, Provo, Utah. [Deseret News, January 18, 1999.] ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Colleen Mower Knudsen passed away suddenly, following a brief illness, Saturday Jan. 16, 1999, at the age of 68. Mrs. Knudsen was born in Fairview. She lived most of her life in Provo. She attended Brigham Young High School and graduated in the Class of 1947. She then attended BYU where she obtained a bachelor's degree and a teaching certificate. She married Lynn Reed Knudsen, of Provo, in 1952. Lynn and Colleen had three children: Brent (Kathryn) Ronald Knudsen of Los Gatos, California; Kim (Scott) Knudsen Hunter of Salt Lake City; Kristin Knudsen, who preceded her mother in death in 1996. Mrs. Knudsen was also the proud grandmother of Madison Hunter, Taylor Hunter, Andie Knudsen, Webb Knudsen, and Paige Knudsen. Mrs. Knudsen was preceded in death by her parents, Harold J. Mower in 1974; Irene Mower on Aug. 13, 1998. Mrs. Knudsen's only sister, Gloria Mower Ritchie, BYH Class of 1950, also preceded Mrs. Knudsen in death in 1997. Mrs. Knudsen enjoyed her family and friends. She was a member of the Riverside Country Club Women's Golf Team with numerous golf awards, was a member of numerous bridge clubs, literary clubs, Dekatos and Camitos, Beta Sorosis, and other social groups. She served as president of many of these organizations. She was a member of the Riverside Fifth Ward. She loved and was loved by her friends and her family, especially her loving husband Lynn of 46 years. She will be missed by all, though we're comforted to know she joins her daughter Kristin, sister Gloria, and her mother and father in her new estate. Funeral services were Monday, Jan. 18, 1999 at Berg Drawing Room Chapel in Provo. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. [Provo Daily Herald, January 19, 1999.]

Mower, Gloria

Mower, Gloria
Holladay, Utah US

Gloria and Bob Ritchie

Class of 1950. Chorus, Opera, Fauvines, Notre Maison. BYU BA 1954. Her sister, Colleen Mower Swensen, BYH Class of 1947. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Gloria Ritchie, age 65, died on October 19, 1997, in Salt Lake City, Utah. Born February 8, 1932, in Provo, Utah, to Irene S. and Harold J. Mower. She graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1950. She married Robert T. Ritchie, June 8, 1952. Gloria enjoyed retail sales an working with women's fashions. She developed many good friends through her work. She was an avid reader, and enjoyed playing bridge, the theater and arts, needlepoint, travel, cooking, gardening, and spending time with friends. She loved and was truly devoted to her grandchildren, and was most happy spending time with her family. Gloria was preceded in death by her father, Harold J. Mower; niece, Kristin Knudsen, both of Provo, Utah. She is survived by her husband, Bob of Salt Lake City, Utah; mother, Irene Mower of Provo, Utah; two daughters: Glorainne Dankberg; and her husband, Bruce, and Robyn Hadley, both of Dallas, Texas; three grandchildren: Ryan, and Corbin Hadley, and Julia Dankberg; sister, Colleen Knudsen, BYH Class of 1947, and her husband, Lynn R. Knudsen, of Provo, Utah; sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Virginia and Paul Oldroyd of Orem, Utah; nieces and nephews: Kim and Scott Hunter of Salt Lake City, Utah, and their children: Madison and Taylor; Brent and Kathryn Knudsen of Los Gatos, California, and their children: Andrea, Webb, and Paige; Jeffrey Oldroyd of Orem, Utah; Ann and Todd Whitaker of Orem, Utah, and their children: Danielle, Chase, and Megan, and Linda and Tadd Ellsworth of Denver, Colorado; and their daughter, Yardley. Gloria was also very fortunate to have the dear and loyal friendships of Ruth Stott of Newport Beach, California, Lila Bunker of South Jordan, Utah, Lee Smith of San Francisco, California, and Louella Cannon of Salt Lake City, Utah. Gloria will be remembered for her kind heart, warm personality, quick wit, unconditional generosity. Graveside services were held Tuesday, October 21, 1997, at Mountain View Memorial Estates Mortuary. [Provo Daily Herald, October 21, 1997.] ~ ~ ~ ~ OBITUARY OF HER HUSBAND: Robert Terry (Bob) Ritchie, age 76, died peacefully with his family on October 21, 1999, in Salt Lake City, Utah. He was born on August 21, 1923, in Tooele, Utah to Laura Walker and Charles Parker Ritchie. His family later moved to Provo, where he grew up and attended school. He was actively involved in a multitude of sports at Provo High. In 1942, he enlisted in the U. S. Navy and courageously served during World War II until 1946. During his tour of duty, he was assigned to the U.S.S. Yorktown, which suffered many perilous attacks during his service. After returning from the Pacific, Bob worked for the Union Pacific and Geneva Steel, at which time he married Gloria Mower, on June 8, 1952 in Evanston, Wyoming. She graduated from BY High in 1950, and from BYU in 1954. In 1952, Bob Ritchie took employment with Mountain Bell, where he pursued his life-long career as Cable Splicing Supervisor. In his thirty-two years there, he formed many friendships that he valued throughout his lifetime. Bob was preceded in death by his wife, Gloria Mower Ritchie; mother and father, Laura Walker and Charles Parker Ritchie; brothers, Charles Payne and Sanford Walker Ritchie; sisters, Dorothy Simmons, and Ruth Schiede. He is survived by daughters, Glorianne (Bruce) Dankberg, and Robyn Hadley, both of Dallas, Texas; grandchildren, Ryan and Corbin Hadley, and Julia Dankberg; sister, Virginia (Paul) Oldroyd; brother-in-law, Lynn (Carol) Knudsen; nieces, Ann (Todd) Whittaker, Linda (Tadd) Ellsworth, Becky (Jaxon) Shiner, Laura (Randy) Nelson, Terry Lee Schiede, and Kim (Scott) Hunter; nephews, Jeffery (Serena) Oldroyd, Michael Schiede, and Brent (Kathryn) Knudsen; and his dog, Scout, beloved and constant companion for the last two years. Bob was also fortunate to have the life-long friendships of Jim and Mary Lynn Liddiard, and Bette and Jim Cornwell, and several good "coffee buddies." Bob will be remembered for his kind and gentle nature, and his unfaltering willingness to lend a helping hand. He was a man of honesty and integrity, and will be sorely missed by those lucky enough to have known him. Memorial Services were held Monday, October 25, 1999 at Mountain View Memorial Estates, 3115 E. 7800 S. with military graveside services following. [Deseret News, Saturday, October 23, 1999]

Mower, Joyce

Mower, Joyce
772 27 Road Apt. A
Grand Junction, Colorado 81506-1851 US

Joyce and Sam Kelly

Class of 1944. Joyce Mower. Senior Class Vice President, Class of 1944. Joyce married Sam Kelly, who also graduated in the Brigham Young High School Class of 1944 ~ ~ ~ ~ Grand Junction Colorado - The two stakes in the Grand Junction area recently performed the drama "Moroni," written by Newell Dayley and Ralph G. Rodgers Jr. Three performances were held before large, enthusiastic audiences in the William Robinson Theater at Mesa State College. Directed by Joyce Mower Kelly, the musical had a cast of 170 and culminated following six months of preliminary work that included preparing vivid costuming, a full orchestra and scenery depicting temples and landscapes of Book of Mormon lands. Moroni was portrayed by Aaron Marsh and Mormon by Monte McCall. [Church News, August 1993]

Mower, June

Mower, June
American Fork, Utah US

June & Ray / Ross Chipman / Bell

Class of 1942. June Mower. Fauvines, President. Notre Maison. Spanish Club. Contest Play. Opera. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: June Mower Chipman Bell. Funeral services were held for June, 78 years of age, Saturday August 10, 2002 in Sandy, Utah. Beloved, wife, mother, grandmother and sister died Tuesday, August 6, 2002. June was born June 11, 1924 in Provo, Utah to Edgar J. and Luella Oldroyd Mower. She married D. Ray Chipman the 24th of March 1951 in the Salt Lake City Temple. Together they raised three children to adulthood and suffered the loss of two young sons. After Ray's passing, June married her young adult sweetheart, Ross K. Bell, June 26, 1992 in the Provo Temple. June was educated in Provo, attended B.Y. High and graduated in the Class of 1942, then attended Brigham Young University. She was a news broadcaster for the radio station KOVO and cultivated her voice through her daily Women's Page program and Homemaker Harmonies in the 1940's. With marriage she moved to American Fork and raised her family. June's avid love for the arts led to many opportunities to serve in the community. She was a Board Member of the Utah Pageant of the Arts Guild, as well as the Utah Regional Ballet Guild, and Chairman of the Opera Section of the Women's Council in Provo. She was a stimulating writer and wrote poetry "to feed our souls". She penned the script for the original ballet "The Legend of Timpanogas", for the Utah Regional Ballet Company. She was a faithful member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. June served in many capacities including, counselor in the Stake Primary, Relief Society President and Church Office Building Hostess. June is preceded in death by her two sons Craig Delbert and Robert Ray Chipman, and her husband D. Ray Chipman. Survivors include: beloved husband Ross K. Bell, Sandy; Son Kerry K. Chipman, (Tamara), Orem; Daughter Cindy June Sumsion, (Mike), California; Son Todd J. Chipman, (Lani) St. George. Also survived by one brother and sister, Robert J. Mower (Orlinda) Sandy and Joyce Mower Kelly (Samuel) Colorado and 11 grandchildren. Candace, Zachary, and Cole Chipman. Sean, Scott, Miccolene, Sabrina and Morgan Sumsion. Travis, Christina and Christopher Chipman. Interment, American Fork Cemetery. [Deseret News, Thursday, August 8, 2002.]

Mower, LaVee [Mary LaVee]
Orem, Utah US

LaVee Mower

Class of 1949. LaVee Mower [Mary LaVee Mower]. Shorthand, French Club, Chorus. LaVee's photograph does not appear with the senior class in the 1949 Wildcat yearbook, but she did graduate with the Class of 1949. She graduated from BYH on May 26, 1949. Source: 1949 BYH Graduation Exercises Program. ~ ~ ~ ~ Mary LaVee Mower was a folklore student at BYU. Here are several of the stories she recorded: Uncle Orson & the Beehive. Tale about Brother Matthew Cowley in the South Seas. LaVee Mower is a resident at the Orem Care Center. @2002

Mower, Vera [Nevia Vera]

Mower, Vera [Nevia Vera]
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Vera and William Jones

Class of 1925. Nevia Vera Mower, of Fairview, Utah. Vera Mower is listed as a 3rd Year (junior) at Brigham Young High School in 1924. She is listed as a 4th Year (senior) student in the Class of 1925. Background sources: BYU/BYH Annual Catalogues for the School Years 1923-24, 1924-25, and 1925-26. ~ ~ ~ ~ Vera graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1925. Source: Class Roll in the program of Closing Exercises of the Senior High School Class, Brigham Young University, 1925. At commencement she sang a duet with Geneva Lyman titled, "Oh That We Two Were Maying." ~ ~ ~ ~ Vera Mower was born on February 22, 1908 in Milburn, Sanpete County, Utah. Her parents were William Ezra Mower and Cecelia Jensen Mower [Cecelia Eudith (Judith)]. Vera Mower married William Charles Jones on August 27, 1926. Vera Mower Jones died on January 17, 1978 in Salt Lake City, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER DAUGHTER'S OBITUARY: Muriel Jones Marrelli passed away at her home Monday, June 21, 1999. Born July 7, 1927 in Provo, Utah, the eldest child of Vera Mower and William C. Jones. She married Ernest Marrelli on March 13, 1947 in Salt Lake City, Utah. She was a member of the Mueller Park 9th Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She graduated from East High School and attended the University of Utah. She worked for Montgomery Ward, Litton Industries, and for 23 years at E Systems primarily as the supervisor of payroll and accounting services. Muriel was an energetic person, always on the go. She taught cultural refinement in Relief Society, was active in the American Business Women's organization, and served for many years on the Board of Directors of the Pioneer Credit Union. For 45 years she enjoyed the association of her sisters in the Beta Sigma Phi Sorority. She is survived by her husband Ernie of Bountiful and her four children: Ron (Linda), Rod (Nancy), all of Bountiful, Robyn of Hailey, Idaho and Roger (Lisa) of Taylorsville; four brothers: Ronald Jones, Gordon Jones, Errol Jones and Rex Jones, and one sister, Camille Jones Harmon; nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Friday, June 25, 1999 at the Mueller Park 9th Ward, 1800 East Mueller Park Road (1800 South), Bountiful. [Deseret News, Wednesday, June 23, 1999.] ~ ~ ~ ~ THEIR SON: New regional representatives: Ronald C. Jones. Ronald C. Jones, 61, to serve the Heber City Utah and Springville Utah regions; Alpine 8th Ward, Alpine Utah Stake; former stake president and counselor, high councilor, branch president's counselor, and Young Men adviser; real estate and insurance agent; attended the University of Utah; born in Provo, Utah, a son of William C. Jones and Vera Mower Jones; married Johanna Hofman. [LDS Church News, Saturday, Sept. 29, 1990.]

Moyle, Alfred

Moyle, Alfred

Alfred Moyle

BY Academy High School Class of 1890. Alfred Moyle, Bookkeeping. Source: Utah Enquirer, May 23, 1890.

Moyle, Carol
11652 Gerald Avenue
Grenada Hills, California 91344

Carol Morris

Class of 1953. Chorus, Notre Maison, Childrens Theater. Married ____ Morris. --@2001

Moyle, Henry Dinwoodey

Moyle, Henry Dinwoodey
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Henry & Clara Moyle

Board of Trustees, 1950 to 1963. Henry Dinwoodey Moyle was born April 22, 1889 at Salt Lake City to James H. Moyle and Alice E. Dinwoodey Moyle. Raised in the Church and baptized as a child, Elder Moyle married Clara Alberta Wright on October 16, 1919 at Salt Lake City, Utah. The union was blessed with the birth of eight children, one of whom died as a baby. Elder Moyle was called to preside over the Cottonwood Stake by 1929. He served until 1937. He was ordained an Apostle April 10, 1947 by President George Albert Smith and assumed his place in the Quorum of the Twelve. Elder Moyle spoke: "It goes without saying that we do in this Church what we are told. I have never understood that it was my privilege as a member of this Church, holding the priesthood, to say no. I have never had a desire in my heart to do anything other than that which the brethren direct. While I may feel as if some of the things that they have most recently asked me to do are beyond my power, nevertheless so far as my Heavenly Father will give me the power to act I shall do so, and all that I have and am belongs to my Heavenly Father. I had a grandfather who met with a very great disaster. All that he had was swept away by fire. His thoughts and his actions at the moment he was told of his loss have been on my mind for the past several minutes, and I must say I feel rather as he then felt: . . . the Lord gave, and the Lord hath taken away; blessed be the name of the Lord. (Job 1:21.) "I know that the Lord can take that away which he giveth, if we give him cause so to do; that we may be the recipients of his blessings today but to continue to be such recipients, we must be obedient to his laws and his commandments." Elder Moyle served the Quorum honorably until June 12, 1959, when President David O. McKay called him to be his Second Counselor. He was sustained as First Counselor to President McKay October 12, 1961 a position in which he served until his death. President Moyle died September 18, 1963 at Deer Park, Florida.

Muhlestein, Daniel H.
787 North 400 East
Lindon, Utah 84042-2563 US

Daniel and LaNae Muhlestein
  • Work: (801) 796-7874

Class of 1964 ~ Honorary? Married LaNae. BYU 1972. Alternate Address: Daniel H. Muhlestein, 241 North 300 East, Orem, Utah 84057 - (801) 224-5585. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents were Herrick Tune Muhlestein [BYH Class of 1937] and Joyce Terry Muhlestein. The children of Herrick and Joyce includes: Daniel (LaNae) Muhlestein [BYH Class of 1964~H], Lindon, Utah; Terry Muhlestein (John) Pontius, Wasilla, Alaska; Mark (Judy) Muhlestein, Tucson, Arizona; April Muhlestein (Brian) Loomer, Sandy, Utah; Julie Muhlestein (Robert) Crooks, Cody, Wyoming; Faith Muhlestein (Lyle) Cooper, Layton, Utah; Heather Muhlestein (Michael) Harris, Tucson, Arizona; Pamela Muhlestein Everitt, Tucson, Arizona; and Marilyn Muhlestein (Doug) Yaeger, Provo, Utah. [Note: email sent to is not being delivered.] @2006

Muhlestein, Fona

Muhlestein, Fona
Somerset, Colorado US

Fona Muhlestein

Class of 1924 ~ Honorary. Fona Muhlestein of Somerset, Colorado. Fona is listed as a 3rd Year (junior) student at Brigham Young High School in 1924. Some other students similarly listed were actually 4th Year (senior) students. Background sources: BYU/BYH Annual Catalogues for the School Years 1923-24, 1924-25, and 1925-26.

Muhlestein, Herrick Tune

Muhlestein, Herrick Tune
Orem, Utah US

Herrick and Joyce Muhlestein

Class of 1937. Herrick T. Muhlestein. ~ ~ ~ ~ Herrick Tune Muhlestein was born on August 10, 1916 in Somerset, Colorado. His parents were Christian Hyrum Muhlestein and Mary Elizabeth Conrad. He married Joyce Terry on June 6, 1945 in American Fork, Utah. He died on February 11, 1976 at Geneva in Orem, Utah. Interment, Orem , Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS WIFE'S OBITUARY: Our angel mother, grandmother, sister and friend, Joyce Terry Muhlestein, age 71, returned to the loving arms of her beloved husband, Herrick, after 27 years of separation on February 18, 2003 in Provo. Joyce Terry was born on September 21, 1931 in Lynndyl, Utah, daughter of Royal Terry and Tressa Langston Terry. She married Herrick Tune Muhlestein in the St. George Temple on June 30, 1952. He preceded her in death on February 11, 1976. Joyce was a faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She was an avid genealogist who was devoted to researching her family history, and spent many hours working in the temple. She lived a completely unselfish life and had a great love for her family. Her strong testimony of the Savior and the gospel of Jesus Christ was an example to all who knew and loved her. During her life, Joyce served as Relief Society President and held numerous teaching positions. She served a mission with her daughter Marilyn in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She was also a former member of the Tabernacle Choir. She is survived by her children: Daniel (LaNae) Muhlestein [BYH Class of 1964~H], Lindon, Utah; Terry Muhlestein (John) Pontius, Wasilla, Alaska; Mark (Judy) Muhlestein, Tucson, Arizona; April Muhlestein (Brian) Loomer, Sandy, Utah; Julie Muhlestein (Robert) Crooks, Cody, Wyoming; Faith Muhlestein (Lyle) Cooper, Layton, Utah; Heather Muhlestein (Michael) Harris, Tucson, Arizona; Pamela Muhlestein Everitt, Tucson, Arizona; and Marilyn Muhlestein (Doug) Yaeger, Provo, Utah; 46 grandchildren; 30 great-grandchildren; sister, Marilyn Terry Black, Tooele, Utah; sisters-in-law, Donna Terry, Murray, Utah; Heidi Sims, Wisconsin; and Jeanne Terry, Orem, Utah. Funeral services were held Saturday, Feb 22, 2003 in Provo. Interment, Timpanogos Memorial Gardens, 1000 North 400 East, Orem. Arrangements under the direction of her nephew, Shawn R. Warenski of Warenski Funeral Home, American Fork, Utah. [Provo Daily Herald, February 20, 2003.]

Muhlestein, Joyce

Muhlestein, Joyce
Provo, Utah US

Joyce Muhlestein

Class of 1956. Dramatic Reading, Chorus. Joyce Muhlestein was born July 21, 1936 in Provo, Utah and died February 9, 1961 in Provo, Utah. Her parents are John Wilford Muhlestein and Inez Wilde Muhlestein. Three of her siblings are Donald Wilford Muhlestein, Inez Maxine Muhlestein, and Steven K. Muhlestein. Funeral services were held Monday, February 13, 1961 in Provo, Utah. Interment, Provo City Cemetery.

Muhlestein, Richard D.
1187 E. Raymond Road
Fruit Heights, Utah 84037-2251 US

Richard and MarJean Muhlestein
  • Work: 801-544-1739

Class of 1957. Richard Muhlestein. Debate Region, Interpretive Speech, Childrens Theater, Chorus, Exchange Assembly, Senior Hop Committee, Graduation Committee. BYU BA Germanic Languages 1967. He married MarJean.

Muir, Nellie

Muir, Nellie

Nellie Muir

BYA Beaver Branch ~ Murdock Academy, Class of 1910. Nellie Muir. Source: Program, Commencement Exercises, 1910.

Muirhead, John, III
PO Box 606
Frisco, Colorado 80443-0606 US

John and Barbara Muirhead
  • Work: (970) 668-3296

Class of 1957. John Muirhead. Football, Baseball, Wrestling, Lettermen, Spanish Club, Ski Club, Chorus, Model U.N., Graduation Committee. BYU BS Geology 1969. He married Barbara.

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