Alphabetical Alumni
Ray, Fred Emerson

Ray, Fred Emerson
Orem, Utah US

Fred and Ann Ray

Class of 1920. Fred Ray. Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1920. Source 1: 1920 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, page 65-85. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1920. Fred Ray. He received a High School Diploma in 1920. Source 2: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 174. ~ ~ ~ ~ Fred Emerson Ray was born on October 4, 1900, in Provo, Utah. His parents were William H. Ray and Lottie Chapel Ray. Fred married Ann Thomas or Ann Huntington on September 6, 1922 in Provo, Utah. Ann was born on March 31, 1902 in Palmyra, Utah. Her parents are variously listed as either John Albert Huntington and Sarah Jane Banks Huntington, or Llewellyn Thomas and Mary Jane Thomas. Fred Emerson Ray died on December 11, 1997 in Orem, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Fred E. Ray, 97, died on December 11, 1997. He was residing at the Orchard Park Nursing Home in Orem, at the time of his death. Mr. Ray was born October 4, 1900, in Provo, Utah, the son of William H. & Lottie Chapel Ray. He attended Proctor Academy, Brigham Young Academy [actually Brigham Young High School] and the University of California at Berkeley. He married Ann Thomas on September 6, 1922 in Salt Lake City, Utah. She preceded him in death on June 11, 1985. Mr. Ray was a licensed broker, owning and operating a real estate and insurance business for over 50 years. He served on the Rent Control Board during World War II. Mr. Ray was a member and Past Master of Story Lodge #4, Free and Accepted Masons. He joined this lodge February 4, 1922, and became a 75-year member in 1997. He was a 32nd Degree Scottish Rite Mason, a Knight Templar of York Rite Masonry and a Past Grand Commander of the Grand Commandery of Utah. He was a member of El Kalah Temple and Valley Chapter #3, Order of Easter Star. Mr. Ray was a member of the Provo Community Church. Mr. Ray was preceded in death by all 4 of his siblings. He is survived by two daughters: Mrs. Dennis P. (Virginia R.) Shelton of Orem; Mrs. Malcolm H. (Lois M.) Skolnick of Houston, Texas. He also is survived by five grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Monday, December 15, 1997 at the Berg Mortuary of Provo. Memorial services were under the direction of the Worshipful Master of Story Lodge #4. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. [Provo Daily Herald, December 12, 1997.]

Ray, Marion

Ray, Marion

Marion Ray

Class of 1917. Marion Ray (male). Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1917. Source: 1917 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, pages 82-88. ~ ~ ~ ~ IS THIS? Marion Ray was born on May 15, 1886 in St. Joseph, Arizona. [He would have been 31 years old at BYH graduation in 1917.] His parents were James Wilford Ray and Maria Helena Mortensen. Marion Ray married twice: ~ ~ First, he married Vivia Florette (Viva) Huish on April 9, 1913 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Viva Huish was born on April 1, 1889 in Payson, Utah. Her parents were James Wil (sic) Huish and Mary Elizabeth Fillmore Huish. Viva Huish Ray died on May 3, 1918 in Chandler, Arizona. Her interment, Mesa, Arizona. ~ ~ Marion Ray second married Edna Bertha Hansen on April 1, 1920 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Edna Hansen was born on May 18, 1888 in St. Joseph, Arizona. Edna's parents were Joseph Christian Hansen and Emma Swenson Hansen. Edna Hansen Ray died on July 30, 1975 in Duncan Arizona. Edna was interred at Mesa, Arizona. Ray Marion died on July 31, 1978 in Duncan, Arizona. His interment, Mesa, Arizona. IS THIS?

Ray, Milo Eugene

Ray, Milo Eugene

Milo Ray

Class of 1920. Milo Eugene Ray. He received a High School Diploma in 1920. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 296.

Ray, Norene [Helen Norene]

Ray, Norene [Helen Norene]
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Norene and Howard Winters

Class of 1917. Norine [Helen Norene] Ray. Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1917. Source 1: 1917 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, pages 82-88. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1917. Norene Ray. She recieved a BYH Business Education Diploma in 1917. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 9, page 74. ~ ~ ~ ~ Norene Ray was born on August 21, 1897 in Fillmore, Utah. Her parents were Raymond Ray and Ruby Alice Callister Ray. Norene married Howard Stone Winters. Howard Stone Winters, Sr., was born on October 9, 1899 in Hoytsville, Utah. His parents were Civilian (sic) Winters and Mary Elizabeth Edgel Winters. He married Helen Norene Ray on October 8, 1921 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Howard died on November 27, 1968 in Salt Lake City, Utah. His interment, Salt Lake City, Utah. Helen Norene Ray Winters died on December 27, 1988 in San Rafael, Marin County, California. Her interment, Wasatch Lawn, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Ray, William W.

Ray, William W.
Salt Lake City, Utah US

William and Leda Ray

Uncategorized Other Students. BYA 1893-1896. William Ray. HIS OBITUARY: Willian W. Ray. While Taft carried Utah, he ran a poor third nationally and Woodrow Wilson was elected President, the first Democrat in twenty years. Although the Utah legislature went solidly Republican, “Wilson began dismantling the Federal Bunch’s base by appointing Democrats to replace Smoot’s friends in Utah’s federal offices.” One of Wilson’s appointments was William Ray as U.S. Attorney in 1913 – at age 33, one of the youngest U.S. Attorneys in the State’s history. William W. Ray was born December 19, 1880, in Deseret, Millard County, Utah. After his public school education he attended Brigham Young Academy (1893-96) [in Provo or Logan?] and the University of Utah (1897-1902) and graduated from the University with a B.A. degree. He then taught history in the Salt Lake High School for a year and was an Assistant Professor of Political Economy at the University of Utah for a year. In the meantime he had studied law in the offices of Senator Joseph L. Rawlins, and on May 6, 1904, was admitted to the Utah Bar. After five years of solo practice, Ray became a member of the firm of Rawlins, Ray, and Rawlins. One sympathetic biographical sketch, written during the time of his service as U.S. Attorney, opined that his law firm was “recognized as one of the most prominent in the State. Mr. Ray, like his associates, is recognized as a man of superior ability in the line of his profession. He has also won himself very favorable criticism for the systematic methods which he has followed. He displays marked concentration and close application, and his retentive memory has often excited the surprise of his professional colleagues. He stands high, especially in the discussion of intricate legal matters before the court, for his comprehensive knowledge of the law and correct application of legal principles attest the breadth of his professional acquirement.” Ray married Leda Rawlins (a daughter of his mentor, Senator Joseph Rawlins) on June 20, 1905, and they eventually became the parents of four children. Ray was appointed as U.S. Attorney by President Woodrow Wilson and sworn in on December 19, 1913. Ray served until late 1919, spanning the years of United States’ involvement in World War I. He returned to private practice and was succeeded by his Assistant, Blair Evans. In February, 1957, William Ray was named a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation, in recognition of “character, achievement, and professional stature.” On June 3 of that year, Ray, age 76, died of a heart ailment in Salt Lake City.

Raynor, Wallace A.
[Moved to China]
Provo, Utah

Wally Raynor

Brigham Young Academy Foundation Member. Once served as President of the Academy Square Restoration Committee. In 1997 he moved to China to take a teaching position there.

Read, Edwin A.
3030 East 4550 South
Salt Lake City [Holladay], Utah 84117 US

Edwin and Kathryn Read
  • Work: (801) 277-7003

Faculty & Staff. Dr. Edwin A. Read. BYU 1959. He became Director of the BYU Laboratory Schools 1959 to 1962, during the time that Max Berryessa served as the 18th principal of BYH. Edwin married Kathryn Hale. ~ ~ ~ ~ Dr. Edwin A. Read was a primary leader of the so-called Continuous Progress Plan. Dr. Read visited Harvard University, and the U.S. Office of Education in Washington D.C., where he presented the plan to Commissioner Sterling McMurrin, and the Basset School District in LaPuente, California.

Read, Sondra
135 South 300 West
American Fork, Utah 84003-2211

Sondra and Jess L. Green
  • Home: (801) 756-6717

Class of 1960. Sondra Read. Best Actress Award, Hi-Steppers Vice President, Forensics. [First name listed as both Sandra and Sondra in 1960 Wildcat yearbook -- Sondra appears to be correct.] BYU BA Acting 1965. Married Jess L. Green. ~ ~ ~ ~ Alternate address: PO Box 174, American Fork, Utah 84003. @2010

Reading, Lucille Cardon
Centerville, Utah US

Lucille and Keith E. Reading

BYH Faculty & Staff. Lucille Cardon Reading. She taught at Brigham Young High School. She married Keith E. Reading. Source. Lucille Reading died in March 1982. Source.

Ream, Donald Leon

Ream, Donald Leon
Las Vegas, Nevada US

Donald and Orpha Ream

Class of 1933. Donald Ream. ~ ~ ~ ~ Donald Leon Ream was born on February 9, 1912 in Milford, Utah. His parents were Thomas Avenell Ream and Mildred Amillicent Jackson. He married Orpha Robinson on September 1, 1935, in American Fork, Utah. He died on February 20, 2002 in Las Vegas, Nevada. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: Thomas A. Ream and Amillicent Jackson Ream. Their children included: James O. (Jim) Ream; Donald Ream, Las Vegas, Nevada; Joseph Ream, Henderson, Nevada; Royal Ream, Henderson, Nevada; Paul Ream, Salt Lake City; and Maxine Ream Jauregeu, Burlison, Texas. @1990

Ream, Robert Griffith
357 E 2200 N
Provo, Utah 84604-5882 US

Bob and Helen Ream
  • Work: (801) 489-5556
  • Home: 801-374-4798

Class of 1960. Robert G. "Bobby" Ream. Basketball, Baseball, Football, Tennis, Lettermen, Concert Band, Forensics, Ski Club. BYU BA 1975. His parents: Paul Ream and Cleo Nuttall Ream (div). Paul and Cleo had one daughter and three sons together: Marian Ream (St. George), Daniel Paul Ream (Provo, dec.), Robert G. Ream (Provo) and Lance J. Ream (Salt Lake City). ~ ~ ~ ~ Alternate mailing address: 401 North 750 East, Provo, Utah 84606 @2010

Redd, Alta Alvira

Redd, Alta Alvira
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Alta and Fritz Winzenried

Class of 1914. Alta Redd. Graduated in 1914 from Brigham Young High School, Academic Department. Source: 1914 BYU Banyan, BYH section, pp. 84-89. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1914. Alta Redd. She received a High School Diploma in 1914. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 8, page 291. ~ ~ ~ ~ Alta Alvira Redd was born on March 8, 1895 in Bluff, San Juan County, Utah. Her parents were James Monroe Redd and Lucinda Alvira Pace. She married Fritz Winzenried on June 28, 1957 when she was 62. Fritz was born on July 1, 1883 in Bern, Switzerland, and he was 74 when they married. Alta A. Redd Winzenried died on January 7, 1984 in Salt Lake City, Utah at the age of 89.

Redd, Beverly
1425 North 1200 West
Mapleton, Utah 84664-3330 US

Beverly and Loyd Woods
  • Work: (801) 489-4435

Class of 1963. Beverly Redd. Drama, F.H.A., Thespians, Seminary 4 years, Wildcat Yearbook, Hi-Steppers. BYU Psychology 1967. She married Loyd E. Woods. Her parents: Charles Redd [BYH Class of 1911] and Annaley Naegle Redd, LaSal and Provo, Utah. Their children: Katheryn Anne "Kathy" Redd Mullins [BYH Class of 1952] (Gary), Solvang, CA; Charles Hardison "Hardy" Redd [BYH Class of 1954] (Sonya), La Sal; Annaley Redd (died in infancy); Robert Byron Redd [BYH Class of 1957] (Mary), Provo; Paul David Redd [BYH Class of 1959] (Diane), Paradox, CO; Maraley Redd Rasmussen [BYH Class of 1961] (Richard), Winnetka, IL; Beverly Redd Woods [BYH Class of 1963] (Loyd), Mapleton; Regina Redd Mitchell [BYH Class of 1964] (James), North Salt Lake; Rebecca Sue Redd Lambert [BYH Class of 1968] (Brian), Mapleton. [2000] @2010

Redd, Carlie Eliza

Redd, Carlie Eliza
Bountiful, Utah US

Carlie Shurtliff

Class of 1912. Carlie Redd (female), of Grayson, Utah. Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1912. Source: 1912 BYU Mizpah, BYH section, photos and names on pp. 1 - 105. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1912. Carlie E. Redd. She received three diplomas in 1912: a BYH Normal Diploma, a BYH Arts & Manual Training Diploma, and a High School Diploma. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 4, page 256. ~ ~ ~ ~ Carlie Eliza Redd was born on March 23, 1889 in Bluff, San Juan County, Utah. Her parents were Lemuel Hardison Redd, Jr., and Lucy Zina Lyman. She married Wilford Haskill Shurtliff on November 7, 1914 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They had six children, and Carlie and Wilford were later divorced. She died on October 1, 1983 in Bountiful, Utah. Interment, Sunset Lawn Memorial, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Redd, Charles  (1911)

Redd, Charles (1911)
Bluff / La Sal / Provo, Utah US

Chas. and Annaley Redd

Class of 1911. Charles Redd, born Bluff, Utah; resided La Sal and Provo, Utah. Agriculture and High School. Charles was raised among the lofty mountains of San Juan and was early inspired with high ideals. He has been our class president and has represented us in every phase of school life. Member of Student Body Executive Committee. A leader and a pusher. Source 1: BYHS Yearbook 1911. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1911. Charles Redd. He received a BYH Diploma in Agriculture. Source 2: Annual Record, B.Y. University (BYU Records Office), Book 4, p. 255. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1914. Charles Redd. He received a High School Diploma in 1914. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 4, page 255. ~ ~ ~ ~ Redd, Charles, 1889-1975. Married Annaley Naegle August 29, 1931. Their children: Katheryn Anne "Kathy" Redd Mullins [BYH Class of 1952] (Gary), Solvang, California; Charles Hardison "Hardy" Redd [BYH Class of 1954] (Sonya), La Sal, Utah; Annaley Redd (died in infancy); Robert Byron Redd [BYH Class of 1957](Mary), Provo, Utah; Paul David Redd [BYH Class of 1959](Diane), Paradox, Colorado; Maraley Redd Rasmussen [BYH Class of 1961] (Richard), Winnetka, Illinois; Beverly Redd Woods [BYH Class of 1963] (Loyd), Mapleton, Utah; Regina Redd Mitchell [BYH Class of 1964] (James), North Salt Lake, Utah; Rebecca Sue Redd Lambert [BYH Class of 1968] (Brian), Mapleton. [as of 2000]. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS BIOGRAPHY: Charles Redd was born in Bluff, Utah, on May 8, 1889, the sixth of eight children of Lemuel Hardison Redd, Jr., and Eliza Ann Westover. Charles, always referred to as "Charlie," spent his childhood and youth in Bluff on the San Juan River in southeastern Utah. He attended Brigham Young High School [BYH Classes of 1911 and 1914] in Provo, Utah, where he studied agriculture and business, and was active in sports, politics, and debate. He served a proselyting mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Pacific Northwest from 1911 to 1913, and then returned to Provo to finish high school at BYH. He next went to La Sal, in southeastern Utah, to manage the newly purchased La Sal Livestock Company. Charlie expanded the ranch and eventually assumed full ownership of it and successor Redd ranches. An active manager, Charlie Redd hired the men, kept the accounts, and supervised the irrigation and haying operations. He watched over the herds of sheep and cattle as well as the lambing and calving and shearing operations, hauled salt and supplies, and built fences, sheds, and corrals. He built a store and was local postmaster for fifty years. He also operated a car and farm implement dealership. Through hard work, frugality, and wise investment, he improved the quality of his herds and expanded into western Colorado. Redd helped organize and then presided over the National Wool Marketing Association; he was chairman of the Utah Water and Power Board; and a director of Utah Power and Light Company, Amalgamated Sugar Company, and Pacific National Life Assurance Company. Active in politics, he was elected to three terms in the Utah Legislature (1923-31) and was a delegate to three national Republican party conventions. He was a member of the Board of Trustees of Utah State University, and the Regional Executive Committee of the Boy Scouts of America. He entertained important foreign visitors and was awarded the Order of the British Empire by Queen Elizabeth II for his services to and friendship with Great Britain. On a local level, Redd was President of the State Bank of San Juan, President of the first BLM Advisory Board, and a director of the Grayson Cooperative Company, the Blanding Irrigation Company, and the Federal Land Bank. In 1972 Charles Redd established the Lemuel H. Redd Chair in Western History and the Charles Redd Center for Western Studies at Brigham Young University. He read widely, traveled extensively, and encouraged independent thought on religion, politics, and economics. He was good-natured, democratically minded, and helpful. He was a conservationist of the land and water, and inaugurated grass seeding and water development programs. He was applauded by the Bureau of Land Management, the Forest Service, and other ranchers. Charles Redd and his wife, Annaley Naegle Redd, had eight children. He died in Provo, Utah, on March 30, 1975. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS WIFE: Annaley Naegle Redd was a prominent southeastern Utah rancher and philanthropist, and the wife of Charles Redd. Annaley was born in the Mormon colonies [specifically Colonia, Morelos] in Mexico on August 27, 1910, to John Conrad Naegle and Millicent Dorothy Jameson Naegle. Her family was forced to leave Mexico two years later during the Mexican revolution. Once back in the United States, her father provided no support, material or emotional, to Annaley and her mother, a plural wife, even when the families lived in the same town. Despite economic hardships, Annaley Naegle graduated from Ammon, Idaho High School, near Idaho Falls, in 1928. She then attended BYU in the fall of 1928. Her younger sister, Pearl Naegle, lived with her in Provo and attended BY High. Annaley graduated from BYU in 1930 with a normal certificate, then began teaching school in La Sal, Utah, where she had relatives. She worked in the Redd store and post office, and acted as secretary to Charles Redd and later married him. She married Charles Redd On August 29, 1931, in Layton, Davis County, Utah. She worked as a partner in Charlie's cattle company including the duties of cook, store keeper, and secretary. When bankers came to foreclose on the ranch during the 1930s, Annaley's famous cooking, especially her "prairie fire" beans, helped save the ranch. Charlie suffered a stroke in 1972, and Annaley cared for him until his death in 1976. Annaley had a love of family and history. She and Charlie raised eight children. Annaley purchased her father's Naegle family home, a historic winery in Toquerville, Utah, and restored it. Her father died in 1928 in Toquerville. She belonged to literary clubs and enjoyed reading. She passed away on August 19, 2000 in Provo, Utah. Children: Katheryn Anne Redd Mullins (Gary), Solvang, California; Charles Hardison Redd (Sonya), La Sal, Utah; Annaley Redd (died in infancy); Robert Byron Redd (Mary), Provo, Utah; Paul David Redd (Diane), Paradox, Colorado; Maraley Redd Rasmussen (Richard), Winnetka, Illinois; Beverly Redd Woods (Loyd), Mapleton, Utah; Regina Redd Mitchell (James), North Salt Lake, Utah; Rebecca Sue Redd Lambert (Brian), Mapleton. ~ ~ ~ ~ Charlie Redd is the subject of a book, Utah's Audacious Stockman: Charlie Redd, by Leonard J. Arrington, release date February 1995, Utah State University Press.

Redd, Charles Hardison (1954)
PO Box 278
La Sal, Utah 84530 US

Hardy and Sonya Redd
  • Work: (435) 686-2222, (435) 686-2321

Class of 1954. Charles Hardison "Hardy" Redd. Athletic Manager, Band, Bookkeeping Team, Cabinet, Lettermen, Childrens Theater, Thespians, Wildcat Yearbook, Spanish Club Vice President, Extemporaneous Speaking. Married Sonya. BYU 1958. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents and siblings: Charles Redd [BYH Class of 1911] and Annaley Naegle Redd, LaSal and Provo, Utah. Charlie and Annaley had eight children: Katheryn Anne "Kathy" Redd Mullins [BYH Class of 1952] (Gary), Solvang, California; Charles Hardison "Hardy" Redd [BYH Class of 1954] (Sonya), La Sal, Utah; Annaley Redd (died in infancy); Robert Byron Redd [BYH Class of 1957] (Mary), Provo, Utah; Paul David Redd [BYH Class of 1959] (Diane), Paradox, Colorado; Maraley Redd Rasmussen [BYH Class of 1961] (Richard), Winnetka, Illinois; Beverly Redd Woods [BYH Class of 1963] (Loyd), Mapleton, Utah; Regina Redd Mitchell [BYH Class of 1964] (James), North Salt Lake, Utah; Rebecca Sue Redd Lambert [BYH Class of 1968] (Brian), Mapleton, Utah. [as of 2000] ~ ~ ~ ~ Alternate address: Mr. Hardy Redd, Charles Redd Foundation, P.O. Box 247, La Sal, Utah 84530 ~ ~ ~ ~ Utah Forest Landowner Education Program Newsletter - Winter 2001 - In the fall of 2000 Hardy Redd was chosen by the Utah Forest Stewardship Committee for the Forest Landowners of the Year Award. Redd owns 1,680 acres of forest and rangeland in the Geyser Creek watershed on the eastern slopes of the La Sal mountains. The abundant mixture of forest and rangeland resources provides valuable wildlife habitat that supports deer, elk, bear and grouse. The property has been a part of the Redd family since 1965, and they have made a lifelong commitment to the conservation of its resources. In the late 1980s Redd contacted the Division of Forestry, Fire and State Lands for assistance in managing the forests on the property. A timber inventory was conducted as the first step toward developing a forest management plan for the property. The plan was to map a course of action to manage all of the natural resources on the property. Primary management objectives centered around the wise use and management of timber, cattle production and wildlife habitat enhancement. The plan was completed in 1992. Since then, numerous management practices have been completed, including timber harvesting, stand improvement, prescribed burning, erosion control and rangeland improvement. Hardy Redd’s interest in continuing his education is evidenced by his participation in conferences and his status as an active member of the Society for Range Management and the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association. Redd also served as a Utah State legislator from 1979 to 1985. ~ ~ ~ ~ Utah State University officials announced Wednesday, May 19, 2004, the creation of one of the state's first religious studies programs geared toward understanding the world's major religions. The program will draw upon some existing courses in history, anthropology, sociology, philosophy and art in USU's College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, with the eventual goal to offer a degree in religious studies. The program was made possible by a $1.5 million donation from the Charles and Annaley Redd Foundation, which will help the USU hire its first chair in religious studies. Described as "a cowboy intellectual," Charles Redd, carved out a ranching empire in the arid lands of southeastern Utah and southwestern Colorado. "My father was a well-read, free-thinking Mormon who regarded his religion with affection but who subjected its practice and theology to rigorous examination," said son and one of the foundation's trustees, Hardy Redd, "just like he did with the rest of his life." When asked why the Redd family chose to make a donation to support the study of religion, Hardy Redd said, "A well-educated person ought to have a basic understanding of each of the world's great religions." He added that his father was one who cherished the concept of free thinking and examination of things. USU history department head Norm Jones said the program is not about endorsing one religion over another. Its purpose is to reach an understanding about why people believe in one religion or another and what influence that has on cultures. "At the very least it helps us understand ourselves and different people," Jones said, adding that given the war in Iraq and global politics as they are, many world leaders could benefit from some religious understanding. Jones said once the religious studies degree is offered, USU will be the first state-run institution to offer such a degree. "We do not teach religion, we teach about religion," Jones said, who currently teaches a history of Christianity class. "We talk about what people do in the name of truth in which they believe. The world today is convulsed by religious conflicts. We really need to understand how these belief systems work." [Deseret Morning News, Thursday, May 20, 2004.] ~ ~ ~ ~ Email sent to lasalranch@frontiernet.net bounced back. @2010

Redd, Edith

Redd, Edith

Edith Redd

Brigham Young High School, Class of 1908. Edith Redd. She received a Normal Diploma. Source 1: Students Record of Class Standings B.Y. Academy, Book 2, Page 261. ~ ~ ~ ~ Source 2: Edith Redd. 1908 BYH Commencement Program.

Redd, Effie

Redd, Effie
Tucson, Arizona US

Effie and Arthur Jamesony

Class of 1912. Effie Redd, of Grayson, Utah. Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1912. Source: 1912 BYU Mizpah, BYH section, photos and names on pp. 1 - 105. ~ ~ ~ ~ Effie Redd was born on July 13, 1890 in Bluff, San Juan County, Utah. Her parents were Lemuel Hardison Redd, Jr., and Sariah Louisa Chamberlain. Effie married Arthur Ewell Jamesony on December 10, 1914 in Douglas, Cochise County, Arizona. They had four children. She died on September 29, 1982 in Tucson, Arizona.

Redd, Hattie Ellen

Redd, Hattie Ellen
Blanding, Utah US

Hattie and Joseph Barton

Brigham Young High School Graduate, Class of 1904 and 1905. Hattie Redd. In 1904 she also received a Special Certificate in Elocution. Source: Students Record of Class Standings B. Y. Academy, Book 2, Page 91. ~ ~ ~ ~ Brigham Young High School Class of 1905. Hattie Redd graduated from the BY High School Normal Department on Wednesday, May 31, 1905, in College Hall. Source: Program, Normal & High School Graduating Exercises, Wednesday, May 31, 1905, College Hall. ~ ~ ~ ~ Brigham Young High School Class of 1905. Hattie Redd. She received a Normal Diploma. Source: Students Record of Class Standings B. Y. Academy, Book 2, page 91. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYH Class of 1905. Hattie E. Redd, a Normal graduate. BYU [& BYH] Class of 1905 Listing of BYH Normal, High School, Commercial, Music & Arts and Industries Graduates, Catalogues & Announcements, for 30th Academic Year, 1905-1906, p. 176. Hattie Ellen Redd was born on February 10, 1881, in Bluff, San Juan County, Utah. Her parents: Lemuel Hardison Redd, Jr., and Eliza Ann Westover Redd. Hattie married Joseph Franklin Barton on February 27, 1907, in Salt Lake City, Utah. She died on January 12, 1970, in Blanding, Utah. Interment, Blanding City Cemetery.

Redd, Hazel L.  [Reed]

Redd, Hazel L. [Reed]
El Segundo, California US

Hazel and John Vidmar

Class of 1918. Hazel Redd. Arts and Manual Training Department. Graduated Monday Evening, May 27, 1918. Source: 1918 Graduation Program. Second source: Hazel Reed [misspelling] 1918 BYU Banyan, High School section, pages 60-79. ~ ~ ~ ~ Hazel L. (Laurina, Lurene, Lurena) Redd was born on May 13, 1895 in Colonia Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico. Her parents: Lemuel Hardison Redd, Jr., and Sariah Louisa Chamberlain. Hazel married John Charles Vidmar on June 15, 1920, in El Paso, Texas. She died on January 14, 1978, in Los Angeles, California. Interment, Inglewood, California.

Redd, J. O. [Jay] [Amasa Jay O.]

Redd, J. O. [Jay] [Amasa Jay O.]
Monticello, Utah US

Jay and Alice Redd

Class of 1916. J. O. Redd (male). "Jay" Redd. Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1916. Source: 1916 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, about 23 pages, not numbered. ~ ~ ~ ~ Note: Unable to find any record of a "J.O. Redd." However, in several places this student is named as "Jay Redd". The only person we can find from that period who went by the name of "Jay Redd" was Amasa Jay Redd, commonly "A. Jay Redd". ~ ~ ~ ~ Amasa Jay Redd was born April 10, 1895 in Bluff, San Juan County, Utah. His parents were Lemuel Hardison Redd, Jr., and Lucy Zina Lyman. A. Jay Redd married Alice Marie Ekins on July 25, 1918 in Manti, Utah. A. Jay Redd died on January 19, 1984 in Monticello, San Juan County, Utah. Interment, Monticello, Utah. PUBLICATIONS: 1. Interview on Charles Redd (Oral History Transcription) by Amasa Jay Redd (1973); 2. Amasa Jay Redd, by Amasa Jay Redd (1968; and 3. Lemuel Hardison Redd, Jr., 1856-1923, Pioneer, Leader, Builder, by Amasa Jay Redd (1967).

Redd, Katheryn Anne
PO Box 156, 2537 Elk Grove Road
Solvang, California 93463 US

Kathy [and Gary] Mullins
  • Work: 805-688-5348

Class of 1952. Katheryn [Kathy] Redd. Y'ld Cat Newspaper, Quill & Scroll President, Fauvines, Shorthand Club, Girls State, Representative. BYU 1956. Kathy married Gary Mullins. They met when they both were students at Wasatch Academy in Mt. Pleasant before her family moved to Provo. They owned the Book Loft in Solvang, California, before his death in 1996. Solvang is home to the Hans Christian Andersen Museum, a special collection of Andersen books and translations housed above the Book Loft on Mission Drive. In 2005, Kathy Redd Mullins was honored as grand marshal of Danish Days parade. Kathy Mullins, and her late husband, Gary, founded the Andersen Museum as a way of giving back to the community that had given them so much. Mrs. Mullins has a wealth of knowledge about all things Andersen, whose stories many people know as age-old fables without even realizing who wrote them. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents: Charles Redd [BYH Class of 1911] and Annaley Naegle Redd, LaSal and Provo, Utah. Their children: Katheryn Anne "Kathy" Redd Mullins [BYH Class of 1952] (Gary), Solvang, CA; Charles Hardison "Hardy" Redd [BYH Class of 1954] (Sonya), La Sal; Annaley Redd (died in infancy); Robert Byron Redd [BYH Class of 1957] (Mary), Provo; Paul David Redd [BYH Class of 1959] (Diane), Paradox, CO; Maraley Redd Rasmussen [BYH Class of 1961] (Richard), Winnetka, IL; Beverly Redd Woods [BYH Class of 1963] (Loyd), Mapleton; Regina Redd Mitchell [BYH Class of 1964] (James), North Salt Lake; Rebecca Sue Redd Lambert [BYH Class of 1968] (Brian), Mapleton. [2000]

Redd, Maraley
140 Maple Avenue
Wilmette, Illinois 60091-3449 US

Maraley [and Richard Rasmussen
  • Home: 847-256-2028

Class of 1961. Maraley Redd. Dramatics, Forensics, Concert Band, Soph Class Social Chair, School Council, Honor Roll, KOVO Reporter, USU Scholarship. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU 1965. Married Richard Rasmussen. She received a BS from Utah State University in Political Science & History, taught US and Utah History, worked as a shop girl at a fabulous gift store. Perpetual volunteer: Great Books instructor, Inner City Youth Charitable Foundation Board, Charles & Annaley Redd Foundation Board, and a wide assortment of school assignments and church callings. Five Children: Holli Rasmussen(David) Jakes, Gina Rasmussen (Devin) Mathews, Erik Rasmussen (Ashlie Kendrick), Aimee Rasmussen, Mark Rasmussen and five adorable grandchildren. The Chicago area has been our home for over 30 years (4 of our children also live here), and it has been a great place to raise a family, experience a mid-western big city culture, and put down roots. I love to read (our book group has been meeting for 30 years), go to movies, plays, concerts and art galleries and spend time with my children & grandchildren. @2006 ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents: Charles Redd [BYH Class of 1911] and Annaley Naegle Redd, LaSal and Provo, Utah. Their children: Katheryn Anne "Kathy" Redd Mullins [BYH Class of 1952] (Gary), Solvang, CA; Charles Hardison "Hardy" Redd [BYH Class of 1954] (Sonya), La Sal; Annaley Redd (died in infancy); Robert Byron Redd [BYH Class of 1957] (Mary), Provo; Paul David Redd [BYH Class of 1959] (Diane), Paradox, CO; Maraley Redd Rasmussen [BYH Class of 1961] (Richard), Winnetka, IL; Beverly Redd Woods [BYH Class of 1963] (Loyd), Mapleton; Regina Redd Mitchell [BYH Class of 1964] (James), North Salt Lake; Rebecca Sue Redd Lambert [BYH Class of 1968] (Brian), Mapleton. [@2000] ~ ~ ~ ~ HER HUSBAND'S OBITUARY: We regret to announce the passing of Richard Rasmussen, Region Manager, Sanders Saws and Blades, a Division of Multiquip, Inc. He died in a tragic accident while on the job in LaCrosse, Wisconsin. He is survived by his wife, two daughters and three sons. Viewing held Sunday night from 5-8 PM at the Scott Funeral Home. Funeral services will be at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at noon on Monday with a short viewing beforehand starting at 11 AM. The family requested that in place of flowers to make donations to Inner-city Youth Charitable Foundation, a group Richard and his wife worked with extensively. [Posted 14 Jul 2006, Concrete Sawing & Drilling Association.]

Redd, Paul David
PO Box 445
Paradox, Colorado 81429-0445 US

Paul and Diane Redd
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Class of 1959. Paul D. Redd. Student Body President. Football, Basketball, Lettermen, Model U.N., 3-years Instrumental Music, Concert Band, Marching Band, Key Club, Soph Class President, Senior Medal, School Government Award, BYU Scholarship. BYU 1963. Married Diane. His parents: Charles Redd [BYH Class of 1911] and Annaley Naegle Redd, LaSal and Provo, Utah. Their children: Katheryn Anne "Kathy" Redd Mullins [BYH Class of 1952] (Gary), Solvang, CA; Charles Hardison "Hardy" Redd [BYH Class of 1954] (Sonya), La Sal; Annaley Redd (died in infancy); Robert Byron Redd [BYH Class of 1957] (Mary), Provo; Paul David Redd [BYH Class of 1959] (Diane), Paradox, CO; Maraley Redd Rasmussen [BYH Class of 1961] (Richard), Winnetka, IL; Beverly Redd Woods [BYH Class of 1963] (Loyd), Mapleton; Regina Redd Mitchell [BYH Class of 1964] (James), North Salt Lake; Rebecca Sue Redd Lambert [BYH Class of 1968] (Brian), Mapleton. [2000] ~ ~ ~ ~ 4963 U5 Road, Paradox, Colorado 81429 @2011

Redd, Rebecca Sue

Redd, Rebecca Sue
1401 East 1200 North
Mapleton, Utah 84664-3908 US

Becky and Brian Lambert
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Class of 1968. Becky Sue Redd. BYU 1973. Married Dr. Brian Lambert, BYH Class of 1968. Her parents: Charles Redd [BYH Class of 1911] and Annaley Naegle Redd, LaSal and Provo, Utah. Their children: Katheryn Anne "Kathy" Redd Mullins [BYH Class of 1952] (Gary), Solvang, CA; Charles Hardison "Hardy" Redd [BYH Class of 1954] (Sonya), La Sal; Annaley Redd (died in infancy); Robert Byron Redd [BYH Class of 1957] (Mary), Provo; Paul David Redd [BYH Class of 1959] (Diane), Paradox, CO; Maraley Redd Rasmussen [BYH Class of 1961] (Richard), Winnetka, IL; Beverly Redd Woods [BYH Class of 1963] (Loyd), Mapleton; Regina Redd Mitchell [BYH Class of 1964] (James), North Salt Lake; Rebecca Sue Redd Lambert [BYH Class of 1968] (Brian), Mapleton. [2000]

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