Alphabetical Alumni
Rollins, Dorthella

Rollins, Dorthella
Provo, Utah US

Dorthella and Robert Price

Class of 1944. Dorthella Rollins Price. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Dorthella Rollins Price passed away July 1, 2008. Dorthella was born September 27, 1926 to John Lafayette and Minta Rollins in Fairview, Utah. She married Robert Price on April 16, 1947 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Dorthella graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1944. She worked for the Utah State Hospital for 22 years as a Psych Tech Supervisor. She received the State Employee of the Year Award. She was a member of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers and Foster Grandparents. She was active in the LDS Church where she was a Provo Temple Worker. Dorthella was preceded in death by her husband Robert, on September 3, 2007. She is survived by her children, Paula (Arthur) Noon, John (Louise) Price, Connie (Brent) Foster and Eugene Vincent (JanEtta) Price, 18 grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren and 2 great-great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held on Monday, July 7, at 11:00 am in the Bonneville 13th Ward, 1498 East 800 South, Provo, UT. Family and friends may call on Sunday evening, from 6 until 8 pm at the Walker Family Mortuary, 85 East 300 South, Provo, or Monday from 10 until 10:45 am prior to the services. Interment, Fairview Cemetery. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.walkerfamilymortuary.com [Provo Daily Herald, Sunday, July 6, 2008.]

Rollins, Kyle M.
1428 North Timpanogos Drive
Provo, Utah 84604-2270 US

Kyle Rollins
  • Work: (801) 373-8152

Centennial Class of 1976. Kyle M. Rollins [spelled Lyle Rollins in 1968 Wildcat yearbook]. BYU BS Civil Engineering 1982. University of California - Berkeley PHD 1987. Alternate email: rollinsk@byu.edu @2006

Rollins, Wyla Camenish

Rollins, Wyla Camenish
Orem, Utah US

Wyla Rollins

Class of 1948. Wyla Camenish Rollins. Y'ld Cat newspaper staff 3. Chorus 3. Her sister, Valene Camenish Wilcox, graduated in the BYH Class of 1943. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Wyla Camenish Rollins, 86, of Orem, Utah, died peacefully in her sleep on April 9, 2016 at the home of her son in American Fork. Wyla was born to Edwin Charles Camenish and Mary Lucile Russell on December 17, 1929, in Chicago, Illinois. Wyla grew up in Provo, and attended schools in Orem and Provo. She graduated from Brigham Young High School in the Class of 1948. She married Robert H. Rollins on December 18th, 1947, prior to graduation from high school, in the Salt Lake City Temple. She was preceded in death by her husband and by her 3 sisters, Lucile Camenish, Valene Camenish, and Kay Camenish. She is survived by her seven children and their spouses: Brian C. (Cinda) Rollins, Randy C.(Daryl) Rollins, Margo R. (Robert) Nielson, Dorian (John) Elswood, Paula (Dave) Berg, Cary C. (SheriAnn) Rollins, Glen C. Rollins, and numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren. She was well loved by her large family and many friends. Funeral services will be held Thursday April 14th, at the Cherry Hill 1st ward chapel on 1700 S. 400 E. in Orem, Utah at 11:00 a.m. Friends and family are invited to call at Walker-Sanderson Funeral Home, 646 E. 800 N., Orem, Utah on Wednesday, April 13th, between 6 and 8 p.m. or prior to services at the chapel from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Interment will follow the funeral services and will be in the Provo City Cemetery. An extended life-sketch may be viewed online at www.walkersanderson.com. where condolences may also be extended to the family. [Provo Daily Herald, April 12, 2016] ~ ~ ~ ~ HER EXTENDED LIFE SKETCH: Wyla Camenish Rollins. On the 17th of December 1929 in Chicago, Illinois, during the fifth largest winter storm ever recorded in that area, new father Edwin Camenish braved the storm on foot to visit his wife, Mary Lucile Russell, at the Hospital, and his third little daughter born to him and Mary. They named this little winter sprite Wyla Camenish. She was a beautiful baby with lots of dark hair and a cherubic face. The Ed and Mary Camenish family, comprised of parents and four daughters, Lucile, Valene, Wyla and Kay, moved from Chicago to Salt Lake City, Utah during the Great Depression. They stayed with Mary's parents, Harry Hale Russell and Dollie Elizabeth McEntire, while their farm home in Provo, Utah was being made ready for them to occupy. It was in Provo that she grew to adulthood. She attended schools in both Orem and Provo during her growing up years. Wyla graduated from Brigham Young High School in the Class of 1948. She loved that old farm and the many memories attached to it. Her sister Valene stated: "Wyla was by nature curious, but ever watchful and careful with her little sister Kay. They had great times together and were fast friends from birth. Wyla, as a little child, was impulsive and daring; testing the boundaries perhaps more than any of Mother and Dad's brood." She was a bit of a "tom boy". She loved any and all animals, climbing trees and picking fruit and often joined her father in the garage working on the mechanics of cars and other farm equipment. Other skills and talents included reading, music, art, games, china painting, sewing, knitting, history, canning, gospel study, and letter writing. She had beautiful penmanship, a good memory, and a flair for entertaining and newsy letters. She kept in touch with a large circle of friends and family all her life. She met her future husband, Robert Rollins, at a birthday celebration for her elder sister Val. She married him in the Salt Lake City Temple on the 18th of December 1947 just one day after she turned 18 years old. In their early years together they developed skills like camping, fishing, and rock hounding among others. She and Robert celebrated over sixty years together and raised seven children. Eldest to youngest they are: Brian, Randy, Margo, Dorian, Paula, Cary and Glen Rollins. Rock solid in her faith in a loving Heavenly Father and His Son, Jesus Christ, she always had an intimate relationship with them both; and found great joy in serving others. She also maintained active membership in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She served in many callings, including President of the Special Primary. Her life, spent in service to others, is a good example of a faithful daughter of Father in Heaven. How many lives she touched! She left this earth trailing credited acts of love in her wake. She goes home loved and revered and not forgotten by those whose lives she touched. A noble daughter of God. Funeral services will be held Thursday April 14th, at the Cherry Hill 1st ward chapel on 1700 S. 400 E. in Orem, Utah at 11 a.m. Friends and family are invited to call at Walker Sanderson Funeral Home, 646 E. 800 N., Orem, Utah on Wednesday, April 13th, between 6 and 8 p.m. or prior to services at the chapel from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Interment will follow the funeral services and will be in the Provo City Cemetery. An extended life-sketch may be viewed online at www.walkersanderson.com. where condolences may also be extended to the family. [April 12, 2016]

Romney, Anne [Gretta Anne]

Romney, Anne [Gretta Anne]
517 South 10 West
Farmington, Utah 84025 US

Anne and Brent Brockbank
  • Work: 801-451-0780

Class of 1955. Anne Romney. Senior Class Secretary. Sophomore Class Secretary, Chorus, Pep Club Notre Maison, Thespians, Type Team, Debate, Readings, Childrens Theater, Sophomore Cheerleader, Shorthand Club. In 1970 she finished her bachelors degree in education and taught kindergarten for three years. She first married Richard Lynn Burbidge, then after 19 years divorced. After a year, second married LaMonte "Bud" Sant, traveled, adopted two Korean children. After 22 years of marriage, single again. Third married Brent Brockbank, also BYH Class of 1955. At 52, Anne went back to school and earned Masters Degree in Social Work in 1991. She worked as a mental health therapist in private practice since that time. Between them they have Brent's 8 children and Anne's 7 children. @2005 ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Gretta Anne Romney Brockbank passed away on July 13, 2012 at McKay Dee Hospital, surrounded by her loving family. She was 75 years old and lived in Farmington, Utah. Anne was born to Antone and Gretta Romney, on November 15, 1936 at LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah. She had an older brother, Kimball and an older sister, Barbara [BYH Class of 1948]. Anne grew up in Provo, Utah and attended BYU High School where she was a cheerleader. She graduated from high school in the upper percentile of her class and received an academic scholarship to BYU. At BYU, Anne was in the sorority O.S. Travata. She was also a member of the Cougarettes, the athletic cheer squad. While at BYU, Anne met her first husband, Richard Lynn Burbidge. They were married on March 20, 1958. Anne and Richard had 5 sons and a daughter. After her daughter, LynnAnne, was born Anne finished her degree and received a Bachelors of Arts in Education in August of 1970. Anne and Richard were married for 19 years. On January 18, 1979, Anne married LaMonte "Bud" Sant. In 1980, they adopted a 3-year old boy, Joe, and a baby girl, Jennie, from Seoul, Korea. Anne and Bud were married for 22 years. Several years later, Anne reconnected with her high school sweetheart, Allen Brent Brockbank. They were married in the Jordan Temple on July 9, 2002. Anne had a natural way of helping others and later in her life went back to school to get her Masters degree in Social Work, which she received from the University of Utah in 1991. Anne had a private practice were she counseled many people. She worked for 22 years until she retired in 2012 at the age of 75. Anne was positive, kind, and gentle. She wanted everyone to be happy and did whatever she could to help people. She loved to ride in her car and drink diet cokes. Anne loved to be warm. She loved the sun and was probably the only person who wore a sweater in 90-degree weather. When she was a baby, her mother placed a hot water bottle in her crib. Since then she always slept with a hot water bottle or a hot pad. She was a great conversationalist. Anne always knew what questions to ask to get someone to start talking. She had many close friends and family. She loved to be with them, to talk with them or go out to eat with them. She enjoyed cooking and always loved to make family dinners, and throw family parties. Anne had a strong testimony of the Gospel and was always active in her LDS ward. Anne is survived by her husband, Allen Brent Brockbank and her 7 children: Michael, Bryan, Kent, Eric, LynnAnne, Joe and Jennie. She had 18 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. She is also survived by her brother, Kimball Romney, and her sister, Barbara Romney Galler. She was preceded in death by her parents, Antone and Gretta Romney, and her fourth child Richard Romney Burbidge, who died shortly after his birth. There will be a viewing at the Russon Brothers Mortuary, 1941 North Main St., Farmington, Utah on Tuesday, July 17, 2012 from 6-8 pm. On Wednesday, July 18, 2012 there will be a final viewing from 9:30-10:30 am followed by funeral services from 11-12 pm. The services will be held at the Farmington South Stake Center at 695 South 200 East, Farmington, Utah. Interment, Provo City Cemetery at 1:30 pm. Friends and family are welcome to come. You may send flowers to Russon Brothers Mortuary or you can make a donation to the LDS Church Humanitarian Aid Fund. Anne was the best mother, grandmother, and wife. She was a beautiful light in the world and will be deeply missed. We love you. Online guestbook at www.russonmortuary.com [Deseret News, Tuesday, July 17, 2012]

Romney, Barbara
540 E 100 N, Apt 211
Moab, Utah 84532-2412 US

Barbara Galler
  • Home: (435) 259-3620

Class of 1948. Barbara Romney. Fauvines 2, 3. Quill and Scroll 2. Thespian 2, 3. "Nine Girls" play 2. "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" play 3. Debate 2, 3. Y'ld Cat newspaper staff 2. Y'ld Cat Front Page Editor 3. ~ ~ ~ ~ Married _____ Galler. Barbara is the sister of Anne Romney Brockbank, BYH Class of 1955. ~ ~ ~ ~ Barbara served as early childhood education director and educational programs coordinator at Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah. In 1983 she became Institute Director at the Salt Lake Institute for Learning, a non-profit group that provides teacher education, competency-based training and a school for children ages 4 to 7. When she retired she moved to Moab, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ I am an eighty-year-old lesbian who has recently gotten back to writing poetry after 50 years of distraction with life. It is wonderful to be writing again and to have the time and energy to spend as long as I wish on a poem, a line, or a word. Given my age, I don't have time to wait for responses from magazines or contests. But I do share in my own small communty and with people I know. Recently one of my poems was published as a letter to the editor in our local paper. Of course I had to disquise it as a poem - but that was fun. I write Fiction, Poetry, and Memoirs. I serve on the board of our local Poets & Writers Group. Also active in the Poets Group sponsored by the board. @ Mar 2011.

Romney, Erna

Romney, Erna

Erna Haymore

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1927. Erna Romney [Haymore]. She received an A.B. Degree in Home Economics in 1927. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 8, page 300.

Romney, Frank

Romney, Frank
Clearfield, Utah US

Frank & 2 Romney

Class of 1917. Frank Romney. He graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1917. Source 1: 1917 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, pages 82-88. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1917. Frank Romney. He received a BYH Agriculture Diploma in 1917. Source 2: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 8, page 301. ~ ~ ~ ~ Frank Romney was born April 25, 1897 in Colonia Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico. His parents were Miles Park Romney and Annie Maria Woodbury Romney. He married twice: First, to Gladys Walker McAllister on August 31, 1922 in St. George, Utah. Second, to Lella Hill (Parker) on August 14, 1953 in Salt Lake City, Utah. He died October 14, 1983 in Clearfield, Utah. His interment, Kaysville, Utah.

Romney, Lucile

Romney, Lucile

Lucile Romney

Class of 1925. Lucile Romney. She 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.

Romney, Marion G.

Romney, Marion G.
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Marion & Ida Romney

Board of Trustees, 1951 to 1988. Marion George Romney was born September 19, 1897 in Colonia Juarez, Mexico. His family had fled to Mexico to escape the persecutions of those who practiced plural marriage. His parents were George Samuel Romey and Teressa Artemis Redd Romney. He describes his early life as follows: "I'm a Mexican by birth. I was born in Colonia Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico. My parents happened to be down there at the time. I was raised there until I was about fifteen years old. During the last two or three of those years, the Madero Revolution was in progress. The rebels and the federalists were chasing each other through the country, each taking everything we colonists had, by way of arms and ammunition and by way of supplies. Finally we were forced to leave. I came out of Mexico with the Mormon refugees in 1912. I remember I had a very thrilling experience on the way from where we lived to the railroad station about eight miles south of Colonia Juarez. We went in a wagon. . . . I was riding with my mother and her seven children and my uncle (her brother) and his family of about five or six children. . . . We had one trunk -- that was all we were able to bring. I was seated on the trunk in the back of the wagon. The Mexican rebel army was coming up the valley from the railroad station toward our town. They were not in formation. They were riding their saddle horses. Their guns were in the scabbards. Two of them stopped us and searched us. They said they were looking for guns. We didn't have any guns or ammunition. They did find $20 on my uncle -- pesos, not dollars... They took that and then waved us on. They went up the road about as far as from here to the back of this room, stopped, turned around, drew their guns from their scabbards, and pointed them down the road at me. As I looked up the barrels of those guns, they looked like cannons to me. They didn't pull their triggers, however, as evidenced by the fact that I am here to tell the story. That was a very thrilling experience. One of my maturing experiences. The rebels blew up the railroad track after the train we were on passed over it. Later, Father and the rest of the men came out to El Paso, Texas, on horseback. We never returned nor did we recover any of our property while my father lived. Father and I went to work to earn a living for his large family. There were no welfare programs then. We had a difficult time making a living. We had to 'root hog' or die." -- Marion C. Romney, speech at Salt Lake Institute of Religion, October 78, 1974, quoted by James E. Faust, devotional address at BYU, February 21, 1978. Elder Romney married Ida Olivia Jensen, BYH Class of 1910, on September 12, 1924. The couple had three children, of whom only one lived beyond the age of one. After studying law and passing the bar, he became an attorney. Among his Church callings before becoming a General Authority, he was a stake president and managing director of the Church Welfare Program. Of the thirty-eight men called to serve as assistants to the Twelve Elder Marion G. Romney was the first, being called April 6, 1941. He was ordained an apostle ten years later, October 11, 1951 and served faithfully until his death in 1988. On July 7, 1972 he was called to serve as Second counselor to President Harold B. Lee. President Spencer W. Kimball called him as Second Counselor until the death of N. Eldon Tanner, when he was called as First Counselor commencing December 2, 1982. On November 10, 1985, with President Kimball's death, he became President of the Quorum of the Twelve, with Howard W. Hunter serving as Acting President because of President Romney's frailty incident to age and health. President Marion G. Romney died May 20, 1988 in Salt Lake City, Utah at the age of ninety after forty-seven years as a General Authority, longer than any other General Authority then living.

Romney, Pearl

Romney, Pearl

Pearl Chipman

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1916. Pearl Romney [Chipman]. She received an AB Degree in 1916. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 6, page 473.

Romney, Thomas C.

Romney, Thomas C.

Thomas Romney

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1914. Thomas C. Romney. He received an A.B. Degree in 1914. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 7, page 366.

Ronnow, Charles

Ronnow, Charles

Charles Ronnow

BY Academy High School Class of 1885. Charles Ronnow received a Certificate in Commercial Studies. Source 1: Deseret News, June 25, 1885. Source 2: Territorial Enquirer, June 12, 1885.

Ronnow, Lillith

Ronnow, Lillith

Lillith Ronnow

B. Y. Academy High School Graduate, Class of 1901. Lillith Ronnow. She also received a Special Diploma in Telegraphy. [Telegraphy is the long distance transmission of messages through the use of code.] Source: Students Record of Class Standings B. Y. Academy, Book 1, Page 212.

Roper, Julie
2332 North 920 West
Provo, Utah 84604-1256 US

Julie and Matthew Roper
  • Work: (801) 373-1739

Brigham Young Academy Foundation Member. Julie Roper. ~ ~ ~ ~ 1998 NEWS ARTICLE: Provo honors Academy rescuers. Julie Roper didn't like watching the old Brigham Young Academy slowly crumble. ``Every time I drove by I kept thinking, `Somebody should do something about this,' '' said the Provo woman who lived just east of the dilapidated building. That somebody turned out to be Roper, who along with her husband, Matt, and their three children helped save the Academy's Education Building from demolition. The family was recognized at a ceremony unveiling construction plans for the Provo City Library at Academy Square. The city intends to renovate the once-abandoned structure and construct a new low-rise building behind it with $22.2 million in public and private funds. The National Trust for Historic Preservation called Academy Square the most significant unrestored building west of the Mississippi. The night before a $16.8 million city bond election for the library project, the Ropers threw together a honk-and-wave rally on the corner of University Avenue and 500 North. It didn't take long until members of the Brigham Young Academy Foundation, the group urging passage of the bond, noticed the sign-toting family and friends. ``Some Academy people showed up and dragged me into this,'' Roper said. She chaired the ``nickel-and-dime'' fund-raising committee. An empty fish tank in the current library netted $600 in coins, most of it from children. Roper also organized events to earn money for beautifying the building grounds. The Ropers' contribution was indicative of the groundswell of grass-roots support for the new library. Library director Gene Nelson said the city couldn't have made it to this point without families. Plans call for the Education Building to remain the block's centerpiece. It would be remodeled for a children's library and meeting rooms. The main book collection would be housed in a partially underground structure connected to the historic building by a glass walkway. Most of the parking also would be below ground. Total estimated construction cost is $17.5 million. The remainder of the $22.2 million is earmarked to furnish and equip the library. ``There is much yet to be done,'' said Doug Smoot, Academy Foundation director. ``There are still financial challenges to complete the project within budget.'' The foundation, which raised $5.4 million for the renovation, will know what those difficulties might be after construction bids come in this summer. Should bids exceed anticipated costs, the foundation has 75 days to negotiate a lower price or raise the difference in cash. Although construction crews have scoured the building inside and out, above ground and below, there's always the possibility they missed something that could drive up remodeling costs. ``On a building this age (107 years), that's the big question,'' Smoot said. ``We're very optimistic, but we're also very realistic.'' Still, longtime Brigham Young Academy devotees are thrilled the building is still standing and they have a good chance to return it to its glory days. ``I spent all of my life on this block from kindergarten to first grade all the way up to a master's degree,'' said Shirley Paxman, who grew up across the street from the academy. ``This is an important day to me.'' If everything goes according to plan, the new library will open in fall 2000. [Deseret News, Tuesday, March 24, 1998, by Dennis Romboy, Staff Writer. ]

Roper, Marden Delos

Roper, Marden Delos
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Marden and Adrienne Roper

Class of 1935. Marden Roper. ~ ~ ~ ~ The BYH graduation date of Marden Roper confirmed in graduating class list, Salt Lake Telegram, May 7, 1935, p. 14 ~ ~ ~ ~ Marden Delos Roper was born on December 18, 1917 in Provo, Utah. His parents were Howard Delos Roper and Louisa Gwyther Taylor Roper. He died on December 5, 2004 in Salt Lake City, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Marden Delos Roper, 86, passed away Dec. 5, 2004 at home. He was born December 18, 1917 in Provo, Utah to Howard and Louisa Roper. He married Adrienne Bergman, July 9, 1939 in Salt Lake City, Utah. There marriage was solemnized in the Salt Lake LDS Temple, June 29, 1940. He was an Army Veteran of World War II and of the Korean Conflict. He was active in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, holding many positions. He worked for the University Printing Co. and the Newspaper Agency. He is survived by his wife, two daughters: Mardrene Roper Robinson, Marianne Roper (Richard) Van Beekum, eight grandchildren, and 14 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Thursday, December 9, 2004 in the Winder 8th Ward, Salt Lake City, Utah. Interment, Elysian Burial Gardens, Salt Lake City, Utah. [Desert News, Tuesday, December 7, 2004.]

Roper, Nell

Roper, Nell
Provo, Utah US

Nell and Harry Wilkey

Class of 1920? Nell Roper. Loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and friend, Nell Roper Wilkey, age 94, passed away November 7, 1997 in Salt Lake City. Born November 29, 1902 in Oak City, Utah, daughter of Charlie and Ann Jane Dutson Roper. Married Harry C. Wilkey, July 16, 1927 in Salt Lake City; later solemnized in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He preceded her in death May 24, 1954. Nell attended the Murdock Academy and then Brigham Young Academy. [Note: Brigham Young Academy ceased to exist in 1903 -- probably referring to Brigham Young High School.] She has given many years of service to her community and church. She worked at Utah Valley Regional Medical Center for 12 years. She retired in 1968. After retiring, she served as a Pink Lady at UVRMC for 12 years. She has served for many years in the West Utah Stake Relief Society. She loved her family. She also enjoyed her yard, especially her beautiful rose garden, which was admired by all who passed by it. Survived by her children, Renee (Barclay) Gardner, West Valley City; Ladd H. (Sue) Wilkey, Provo; six grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by her husband, parents, three brothers, and three sisters. Funeral services were held Monday, November 10, 1997, in Provo, Utah. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. [Deseret News, Saturday, November 8, 1997]

Rose, Gary T.
23716 Jay Hawker Lane
Diamond Bar, California 91765-1124 US

Gary and Laura Rose
  • Home: (909) 860-1818

Class of 1959. Gary T. Rose. Senior Class Social Chair. Basketball, Tennis, Baseball, Tennis State Championship Singles. BYU BS Electronics & Computer Engineering 1965. USC MSEE 1968. CSULA MBA 1972. Principal Engineer Rose & Associates Consulting Engineers. Wife, Laura, 6 children: Robert, Christine, James, Cathy , Paul and Michael. Some of my fondest memories are of my days at BYH. @2010

Rose, Henry John

Rose, Henry John
Inverury [Central], Utah US

Henry and Lillian Rose

Brigham Young High School, Class of 1907 and 1908, and Brigham Young University Class of 1910. Henry Rose. In 1907 he received a High School Diploma. Source: Students Record of Class Standings B.Y. Academy, Book 2, Page 215. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYH Class of 1907. Henry Rose, an academic High School graduate. BYU [& BYH] Class of 1907 Listing of BYH Normal, High School, Commercial, Music, Agriculture, and Arts & Trades graduates. Source: Brigham Young University & Normal Training School, Catalogue & Announcements, for 32nd Academic Year, 1907-1908, p. 136. ~ ~ ~ ~ Brigham Young High School, Class of 1908. Henry Rose. He received an Agriculture Diploma. Source: Students Record of Class Standings B.Y. Academy, Book 2, Page 215. ~ ~ ~ ~ Brigham Young University Graduate Class of 1910. Henry Rose. He received a BA Degree in May of 1910. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University (BYU Records Office), Book 4, page 265. ~ ~ ~ ~ 1907 - May 23. Also Elected Basketball Manager for 1907-1908: Henry Rose. Henry Rose continued to play BYU Varsity Basketball, and was elected Student Body President in 1909-1910. Henry Rose served as BYU Basketball Coach for the year 1910-1911 and his Varsity Team won the championship with a record of 8-0. Henry Rose continued on as a coach, including becoming Head Coach at Springville High School. Henry John Rose was born on December 26, 1882 at Inverury [now Central], Sevier County, Utah. His parents were John Oscar Rose [1847-1924] and Mary Jane Elizabeth Snyder [1851-1922]. He married Lillian Andersen. Henry John Rose died on July 1, 1973.

Ross, David Loofbourow

Ross, David Loofbourow

Dave Ross

Class of 1957. David Ross. Track, Childrens Theater, Spanish Club President, Ski Club, Dave Club President, Model U.N., Beard Growing Contest 1st Place, Preferred Man, Junior Prom Committee, Graduation Committee. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: David (Dave) Loofbourow Ross, 67. Our beloved father, brother, grandfather, and uncle passed away on Sunday, October 8, 2006. He is preceded in death by his parents, Marion Ross and Jessie Ross, and is survived by his sister, Marilyn Ross Kirkpatrick and her husband Bob Kirkpatrick, and by his brother, Stephen Ross. Daughters SanJuana Mitchell, Marcela Flores and husband Jorge, Terri Molinar, Marilyn Hernandez and husband Alfredo, Roxanne Ross, and sons Stephen and Robert Ross. Grandchildren: Edna Mitchell, Sandra Montenegro and husband Jose, Fabian Flores, Maritza Molinar, Hazel Lawrence and husband Edwin, Jorge Isaac Flores, Anthony Molinar, Marilyn Corona, Cassandra Flores, Sebastian Hernandez, Robert Ross Jr., Jacob and Mercedes Ross. Three nephews: Ross and Scott Kirkpatrick, and Mark Ross. Three nieces: Joanne, Kathy and Judy Ross. Three great grandchildren: Alaysha and Leana Lawrence and Michael Hernandez. A graveside service was held on Thursday, October 12, 2006 at Fort Bliss National Cemetery. Honorary pallbearers: Robert Ross, Alfredo Hernandez, Jorge Flores, Fabian Flores, Jorge Isaac Flores, Anthony Molinar, Jose Montenegro, and Edwin Lawrence. His family suggested donations in his memory to the Morris Lee & Beulah Children's Home. [Directed by Crestview Funeral Home, (915) 856-1400 - 1462 N. Zaragoza Rd, El Paso, Texas.] Crestview Funeral Home, 856-1400, 1462 Zaragoza Here's the quote from the '57 yearbook. "Try not to forget the Silver Streak because it's as much a part of me as my hand. They'll have to dig a grave next to mine just for it."

Ross, Michael

Michael Ross

Brigham Young Academy Foundation Member.

Ross, S. Raymond

Ross, S. Raymond

Raymond Ross

Class of 1919. Raymond Ross. Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1919. Source: 1919 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, pages 61-74. ~ ~ ~ ~ Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1927. S. Raymond Ross. He received a BS Degree in Accounting & Business in 1927. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 178.

Rothe, S. Apryl
Box 303
Cardston, AB CA

Apryl and Gary Nish
  • Home: (403) 653-3468

Class of 1960 ~ Honorary. S. Apryl Rothe. She attended high school at BYH until 11th grade, then graduated from high school in Seattle. She married Gary Nish, and they now live in Cardston, Alberta, Canada. @2010

Roueche, John

Roueche, John

John Roueche

BY Academy High School Class of 1882. William Collett. Graduated June 16, 1882 with Mercantile Bookkeeping certificate. 21 members of the Class of 1882 are mentioned. Source 1: Deseret Evening News, June 19, 1882. Source 2: Territorial Enquirer, June 21, 1882.

Roundy, Amanda

Roundy, Amanda

Amanda Roundy

Class of 1920. Amanda Roundy. She received a High School Diploma in 1920. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 9, page 452.

Roundy, Bert

Roundy, Bert

Bert Roundy

Class of 1926. Bert Roundy. Source: 1926 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section.

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