Class of 1959 H.S.



Class of 1959 H.S.'s Website

Alphabetical Alumni

Alley, Kathryn
770 Birch Street
Junction City, Oregon 97448-1830 US

Kathy and Mical Smith
  • Work: (541) 998-3630

Class of 1959. Kathryn A. "Kathy" Alley. Senior Medal, Bookkeeping Award, Language Arts Award, Poetry Speaking Festival, Danforth Foundation Award. BYU BA Spanish & Portuguese 1966. Married Mical Smith. Her parents: Dr. Stephen L. Alley and Maurine Christensen Alley, married 1939 in Salt Lake City. Four children: Kathryn A. [BYH Class of 1959] (Mical) Smith; Stephen W. [BYH Class of 1959] (Marcie) Alley; Carol A. [BYH Class of 1964] (Wayne) Welsh; and Lynn D. [BYH Class of 1974](Heidi) Alley.

Alley, Stephen W. (1959)
1880 High Pointe Drive
Bountiful, Utah 84010 US

Steve and Marcie Alley
  • Work: (801) 298-9543

Class of 1959. Stephen W. Alley. National Poetry Anthology, Y'ld Cat Newspaper, Science Club. BYU BA German 1967. MA 1969 [not BYU]. University of Texas - Austin PhD Philosophy 1973. Married Marcie. His parents: Dr. Stephen L. Alley and Maurine Christensen Alley, married 1939 in Salt Lake City. Four children: Kathryn A. [BYH Class of 1959] (Mical) Smith; Stephen W. [BYH Class of 1959] (Marcie) Alley; Carol A. [BYH Class of 1964] (Wayne) Welsh; and Lynn D. [BYH Class of 1974] (Heidi) Alley. ~ ~ ~ ~ [Note: email sent to stephenalley@itwerksinc.com has been returned as incorrect.] @Feb 2009

Anderson, Faye
1449 N. Main Street
Orem, Utah 84057 US

Faye Frazier

Class of 1959. Faye Anderson. Varsity Cheerleader. Girl's Physical Education Award, Girls' State, Vocal Music Service Award, Senior Certificate, Y'ld Cat Newspaper, Quill & Scroll, National Quill & Scroll, Chorus, Model U.N., Model U.N. Press, Homecoming Queen Attendant, Hi-Steppers, Pep Club, Pep Club Service Award, Pep Club President, Banner Carrier, Wildcat Yearbook, Junior Prom Committee Chair, Seminary Graduate. Married ______ Frazier. @2001

Anderson, Sherman Lee

Anderson, Sherman Lee
Roy, Utah US

Sherman and JoHannah Anderson

Class of 1959. Sherman Lee Anderson. Concert Band, Pep Band, Chorus, Y'ld Cat Newspaper, Dance Band, Instrumental Music Service Award, 3-year Instrumental Music Award. Married JoHannah. Worked for the USAF. Outstanding drummer. His parents: Leland Andrew Anderson and Zelda Whitlock Anderson, married 1940 in Manti, Utah. Their three children: Sherman (JoHannah) Anderson [BYH Class of 1959], Roy, Weber County; Jack Anderson, Lindon, Utah County; Lynette Anderson [BYH Class of 1969] (Alan) Spriggs, Coalville, Summit County. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Sherman Lee Anderson passed away quietly and comfortably surrounded by his loving wife and sons on Wednesday, May 8, 2013. Sherm was born to Leland and Zelda Whitlock Anderson on September 30, 1941 in Mayfield, Utah. He was raised in Provo, Utah, where in his youth he was full of hijinks and fun. He was an avid photographer and loved playing the drums. He was quite the drummer boy in the B.Y. High marching and dance band and continued to carry a love for the drums and catchy tunes throughout his life. Sherman graduated from BYH in the Class of 1959. He met the love of his life on a $5 dollar bet and won her heart . . . his “shiny little dolly”, Jo-Jo. They were sealed on October 12, 1963 in the Manti LDS Temple. He and JoHannah were looking forward to celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary this year. Sherm graduated from a technical program in electronics and afterwards was employed at Hill Air Force Base. Some of his projects included guidance systems for the Sidewinder missile, radar for the F-16, photographics and instrument repair. He also served TDY tours to Thailand and Chicago and retired in 1998 with thirty years of civilian service. Sherm enjoyed constantly tinkering on something, whether it was a model car or wooden ship, a painting, or a home improvement project outside in the sunshine. He also loved cars and had a lot of fun customizing them over the years. He won several awards for his vision and creativity at many a car show and made quite a hobby of it later in life. He loved reading, drums, and most of all, spending time with his family. Family was central to Sherm and was foremost in his thoughts. He loved spending the summers outside with everyone in the pool or barbecuing. He loved taking family vacations and often dreamed of an “Andersonmobile” that could fit everyone in altogether to venture to whatever destination they were traveling to. Nothing was more important to him than spending time with those he loved and serving them in any way he could. He made many a visit to comfort others with some small token of his love (a Krispy Kreme donut, a magazine, a needed tool or item) while he himself was suffering in pain and awaiting a liver transplant. He was truly selfless and full of love for others. Surviving members of his family are his wife, JoHannah Stolworthy Anderson, sons, Jason Anderson, Darin (Marie) Anderson and Dustin (Monika) Anderson, sister, Lynette (Alan) Spriggs, brother, Jack (Tonia) Anderson, and six grandchildren: Gavin, Mila, Nadia, Jack, Halle and Logan Anderson. Funeral services will be held Monday, May 13th, 2013, at 10 a.m. at Lindquist’s Roy Mortuary, 3333 West 5600 South. The family will meet with friends Sunday from 6 to 8 p.m. and also Monday, prior to the services, from 9 to 9:45 a.m. at the mortuary. Sherm will be laid to rest at the Orem City Cemetery, Utah at approximately 2 p.m. on May 13, 2013. Source 1. Source 2.

Beckwith, Ester LaOne
Mesa, Arizona US

LaOne Nielsen

Class of 1959. Ester LaOne Beckwith. Art Achievement Award, KOVO Reporter, Seminary Graduate. Her three brothers also attended BYHS. She married _____Nielsen.

Bentley, Frances Janet

Bentley, Frances Janet
Provo, Utah

Frances & Roy A. Hammond
  • Work: (801) 225-7474

Class of 1959. Frances J. Bentley. Varsity Cheerleader. Quill & Scroll President, Pep Club, Junior Prom Committee, Model U.N., Hi-Steppers, Concert Chorus, Graduation Committee, Homecoming Queen, Senior Hop Committee, Traveling Assembly, Vocal Music Service Award. BYU BS Elementary Education 1963. She married Roy A. Hammond. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Frances Janet Bentley Hammond. With hearts overflowing with love for our beloved sweetheart, mother, grandma, sister, and friend, we remember the life, and resolve to carry on the legacy, of Frances Janet Bentley Hammond. Frances was born in Salt Lake City, Utah on October 26, 1941 to Joseph T. and Kathleen Bench Bentley. She was consumed with a love for her family and a desire to serve those around her that defined her existence. Frances met her sweetheart, Dr. Roy A. Hammond, when they were both 14-years old. Both attended B. Y. High School, but Roy graduated from Provo High. It was the beginning of a never-ending romance and selfless union. They were married on December 18, 1961, in the LDS temple in Salt Lake City. In life they were inseparable, forming a partnership that inspired all whose lives they touched. Frances graduated from B.Y. High School in 1959, then attended Brigham Young University where she received a degree in Elementary Education. She had a passion for learning. She taught those around her all her life through her special handwritten notes, her ability to identify the good in every person, her gift for inspiring those she encountered and her keen spiritual insight. Frances and Roy were a team united in the common purpose of service to their fellow brothers and sisters. Hand in hand, they performed humanitarian service in Mexico; Vietnam; Nepal; Africa; South, Central & North America; and, the Dominican Republic. They fulfilled a lifelong dream when they served an LDS mission together on the Hawaiian island of Moloka'i. Frances and Roy developed a deep love for the Hawaiian people and a strong appreciation of their culture. Frances loved to spend time with her sweetheart and family. To her, life always seemed best while riding with her sweetheart on their Harley-Davidson motorcycle. She rode hundreds of thousands of miles in some of the most beautiful places in the world. No matter the destination, she always savored the journey. Her life truly was an amazing ride. Our family wishes to extend our heartfelt appreciation for the compassion shown to Frances and all of us by the UVRMC ICU nursing team, respiratory and physical therapists, critical care physicians and general surgeons. We will be forever grateful for their dedication to Frances, their professionalism, and the genuine care shown to her and our entire family. Frances' loving family consists of her sweetheart Roy A. Hammond; her two sons Dr. Roy C. (Jennifer) Hammond and Dr. Christopher A. (Alison) Hammond; her two daughters Angel Hammond (Mark) Webb and Amy Hammond (Cannon) Gerstner; and her 13 grandchildren. Frances, we love you and will continue to make memories with our family. "Thou lift me and I'll lift thee and we'll ascend together." To celebrate the life and memory of Frances, funeral services were held on Friday, June 12, 2009 at the Edgemont Stake Center, 303 W. 3700 N. in Provo. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. Frances requested donations to the "Smiles for Hope Foundation" at 3575 North 100 East, Suite 200, Provo, Utah 84604. [Provo Daily Herald, Tuesday June 9, 2009.] Frances is the sister of Marion Taylor Bentley, BYH Class of 1961.

Boot, Elizabeth [Bep]
1317 Sanders Road
Sandy, Utah 84092-5754 US

Elizabeth and Melvin Long
  • Work: (801) 572-6399

Class of 1959. Elizabeth Boot. Her Dutch nickname is "Bep". Seminary Achievement Award, Bookkeeping Certificate. She married Melvin Long (brother of Randy Long) of Pleasant Grove, Utah. They have four daughters and many grandchildren. One of their grandsons is on the University of Utah football team. ~ ~ ~ ~ The Boot family emigrated to the US in 1956. Two brothers and two sisters in the Boot family are alumni of BYH. Both Elizabeth Boot and Anneke Boot graduated in the BYH Class of 1959, but Elizabeth is two years older. Nicholaas Boot is in the BYH Class of 1965, and Robert Boot is a member of the BYH Class of 1969. @2006.

Boot, Johanna [Anneke]
8610 Kings Hill Drive
Salt Lake City, Utah 84121-6166 US

Johanna and Randy Long
  • Work: (801) 733-9367

Class of 1959. Johanna Boot. "Anneke" is her Dutch nickname. Hollywood Beauty Scholarship, Seminary Achievement Certificate. She married Randall E. (Randy) Long (brother of Melvin Long) of Pleasant Grove, Utah, and they have two sons. ~ ~ ~ ~ The Boot family emigrated to the US in 1956. Two brothers and two sisters in the Boot family are alumni of BYH. Both Elizabeth Boot and Johanna Anneke Boot graduated in the BYH Class of 1959, but Johanna is two years younger. Nicholaas Boot is in the BYH Class of 1965, and Robert Boot is a member of the BYH Class of 1969. @2006

Boyce, Patricia Kay
1030 Edgewood Drive
Ogden, Utah 84403

Pat Hollingsworth

Class of 1959. Patricia Kay Boyce. Interpretive Speech, Twirler, Chorus, 3-year Vocal Award, Quill & Scroll, Wildcat Yearbook, Y'ld Cat Newspaper, Model U.N., Model U.N. Reporter, Soph Cheerleader, National Quill & Scroll, Seminary Graduate. Married ______ Hollingsworth.

Bullock, Kenneth G.
2044 South Sorrento Drive
Woods Cross, Utah 84087 US

Ken and Carolyn Bullock
  • Cell: 801-550-2966
  • Home: 801-295-8488

Class of 1959. Kenneth Bullock. Marching Band, Pep Band, Dance Band, Key Club, Soph Assembly Committee, Library Art Purchase Award, 3-year Instrumental Music Award, Utah County & Utah State Art Contests. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU BS Elementary Education 1963. Married Carolyn Eames on September 14, 1962. They have 7 children -- 2 boys and 5 girls. They now have 17 grandchildren. In addition to graduation from the "Y", Ken graduated from the "U" in 1968 with an MS degree in Educational Administration. Ken worked as a teacher for 16 years and as a principal for 24 years in the Davis School District. He served as a member of the 96th Infantry Division Band in the Army Reserve, from 1961 to 1963 at Fort Douglas in Salt Lake City. Ken served an LDS mission with Carolyn in the Missouri Independence Mission, from May 2004 to November 2005. They were assigned to the historic Liberty Jail for 18 months. Ken served as a temple ordinance worker at the Bountiful Temple for 2 years, from December 2006 to December 2008. He is now serving a service mission as an Event Coordinator on Temple Square, from December 2008 to December 2011. ~ ~ ~ ~ Alternate email: kengcarolyne@msn.com @Jan2011

Bunker, Robert P.
14006 Timber Ridge Drive
Draper, Utah 84020

Bob Bunker
  • Work: 801-619-7001

Class of 1959. Robert P. "Bob" Bunker. Class of 1959. Football, Basketball, Track, Track Award, Letterman President, Boys' State, Band, Chorus, 3-year Instrumental Music Award, Senior Medal, Outstanding Athlete, Sweetheart King, Key Club, Seminary President, Junior Class President, Science Club, Key Club Convention in Chicago. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: Robert E. Bunker and Helen Palmer Bunker. Robert and Helen Bunker had two sons and two daughters: Robert P. Bunker [BYH Class of 1959], Utah; Kent E. Bunker [BYH Class of 1962], Oklahoma; Mrs. Michael R. (Mary Ann Bunker [BYH Class of 1967]) Jackson, Provo; and Mrs. Charles W. (Sharee Bunker) Sorenson, Utah. @2009

Burton, Shirley
10012 North 76th Place
Scottsdale, Arizona 85258-1142 US

Shirley Keyes

Class of 1959. Shirley Burton. Chorus, Ski Club, Model U.N., Model U.N. Reporter, Pep Club, Hi-Steppers, Type Meet, Banner Carrier, Y'ld Cat Newspaper Society Editor, Quill & Scroll, National Quill & Scroll, Journalism Award, Graduation Committee, Seminary Graduate. Full name: Shirley Burton Long Keyes.

Campbell, Bruce Larsen

Campbell, Bruce Larsen
Glendora, California US

Bruce and Diane Campbell

Class of 1959. Bruce Campbell. Football, Lettermen, Key Club, Concert Band, Marching Band, Pep Band, Junior Prom Committee, Debate Team, Y'ld Cat Newspaper, Senior Hop Committee. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Bruce L. Campbell was born on November 19, 1940 in Richfield, Utah, and died May 6, 2001, at his home in Glendora, California. He was born in Richfield, Utah, while the family was living in Bicknell, where his father was teaching in the LDS Seminary system. He was born the son of Eugene Edward Campbell and Beth Larsen Campbell, who lived in Provo, and the son-in-law of Marden and Bessie Clark of Provo. Both Eugene Campbell and Marden Clark taught at BYU for nearly all their professional lives. Bruce graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1959. Bruce married Diane Clark on May 1, 1964 in the Salt Lake Temple. For many years he taught marriage and family sociology at California State University in Los Angeles. At the time of his death, he had been promoted by his university to full Professor in the Charter College of Education. A funeral service was held on Friday, May 11, 2001, at the chapel of the Oakdale Mortuary in Glendora. [Provo Daily Herald, May 9, 2001.] ~ ~ ~ ~ MEMORIAL ARTICLE: Provo Daily Herald, Saturday, May 12, 2001 -- Repercussions of one death affect numerous lives. We received a terrible shock last Sunday. Our oldest daughter, Diane Campbell, called to tell us (when she could finally get enough control of her voice) that her husband, Bruce, had had a heart attack and had died immediately. She had been showering and found him on the floor in their kitchen. Bruce was somewhat overweight and had commented several times that he didn't expect to live much longer. But we had assumed that he was exaggerating, a bit characteristically. We certainly didn't expect what happened -- and I doubt that Bruce did. Bruce was born in Richfield on November 19, 1940. The family was living in Bicknell while his father, Eugene Campbell, was teaching in Loa, high up on the plateau from Richfield. Eugene was, of course, well known in Provo. He kept pursuing his education and ended up as a professor of history at BYU. He and his wife, Beth, have a whole host of friends in Provo who remember them with love and appreciation. Bruce followed his father into the teaching profession, struggling (as we all did) through the years until he earned a doctorate in family sociology. For many years he taught family sociology at California State University in downtown Los Angeles. It was a fitting position for him; he had always been very much concerned with his family, both the family he grew up in and the family he and Diane created: a daughter and two sons, plus a third son who died in infancy. At the time of his death, he was a full professor in the Charter College of Education. I'm writing this on Monday, and we're all still feeling the shock. We've spent most of the day trying to let all the family know. Krista was at a conference in Miami most of the day, but finally called us from her home in North Carolina. Dennis and Valerie with two sons were on a hiking adventure in Paria Canyon, approximately on the border of Utah and Arizona, a wild place between that border and the Colorado River below the Glen Canyon Dam. The ranger stationed there agreed to carry a message to them. But he told us that he would be unable to tell them more than that they were to call home as soon as they returned -- another of those strange governmental rules that no one understands except possibly the maker. Looking at it as objectively as possible, the loss of Bruce could hardly make a blip on the cosmic receiving set. But in the academic and professional world that he was part of, his loss will be felt for a long time. Not nearly so long nor so intensely, though, as we in the family -- especially Diane -- will feel it. We can imagine Bruce, whatever his post-mortal condition may be, looking down in a kind of bemused appreciation at the stir his death has caused among his family, his friends and his colleagues. Though this is written as a column, it can also serve as something of an obituary for Bruce. It may not be a fitting one, especially under my Matter Unorganized logo. Bruce was anything but unorganized. It will have to do, though (but see the short obituary in an earlier issue of the Herald). I hardly feel like lapsing into the platitudes we customarily use to talk about death. Its immediacy defies platitude. But I trust that Bruce will be, or is, pleased to know how much we care. ~ ~ Marden Clark is a professor emeritus of English at Brigham Young University. [Provo Daily Herald, Saturday, May 12, 2001.] ~ ~ ~ ~ Provo Daily Herald, May 19, 2001: Presumably against our better judgment, Bess and I with Sherri and Harlow drove to Glendora, California, for Bruce Campbell's funeral. It was a long, hot and wearying trip even in our nearly new Toyota Prius, the hybrid car that we bought for the sake of 40+ gas mileage, and about as near zero pollution as current technology has been able to achieve. It was an impressive funeral by any standard. Even knowing Bruce, we had expected a fairly modest crowd and Diane had therefore arranged to hold the funeral in the small chapel of the funeral parlor. I was the first speaker and sat on the front row. By the time I went up to the small cubby that served as the speaker's platform, that chapel was filled to overflowing, the crowd maybe 10 deep outside the wide, glassed front entrance. Diane had arranged only for the briefest of ceremonies: Two short talks plus two duets by a couple of older ladies. All of that pre-arranged program took about 20 minutes. Then anyone who wanted to was invited to come forward and talk as he/she felt like. Our two scheduled talks were OK. But they may have been the least moving and the least effective of the talks. The non-scheduled talks were mostly by Bruce's colleagues and students but included other close friends and family members. What emerged was a picture of Bruce as a far more effective and a far more deeply loved and appreciated teacher and colleague than we in his family could have guessed. We all knew of and had sometimes felt the sting of his sharp, sometimes barbed wit. But we got almost no sense of that sting from his colleagues and students. Yes, they had known and appreciated his wit, but nobody indicated having been the butt of his jokes. It may have taken him quite a while to develop into the effective teacher he became. But one of the profound ironies of his death is that a couple from the school's administrative staff arrived with the news that Bruce had been promoted to full professor, something that he deeply wanted and must have deeply appreciated from whatever vantage point he had. He would have smiled, maybe just a bit cynically, at the irony. His most important innovation was to create small groups of around six students to work together as "cohorts" on various projects. They would support each other, making certain that no one was left behind, and they would share in the achievements of the group. From the evidence of the funeral, the plan was an amazing success. Though the speakers came from various groups, they showed none of the ordinary competition that student life develops, not even group against group. But all shared in the accomplishments of the group. And all who spoke did so from the perspective of the group more than of the individual. We adult speakers were warm in our praise of Bruce. But the real energy and evidence of love and accomplishments came from the group speakers. I felt as though I was meeting the real Bruce Campbell for the first time. Bruce pretty much pulled away from his early commitment to the LDS religion (a process that began soon after his mission to Japan and ended with his death). He went about doing good, however. We loved him, but his death and funeral have matured and intensified our love. ~ ~ (Marden Clark is a professor emeritus of English at Brigham Young University.) [Provo Daily Herald on page D1, May 19, 2001.]

Card, Gordon L.
PO Box 733
160 N 800 W
Ferron, Utah 84523

Gordon Card
  • Work: (435) 384-2808

Class of 1959. Gordon L. Card. Football, Wrestling, Track, Lettermen, Industrial Arts Award. BYU BS Industrial Education 1970. High School Teacher.

Carter, Stephen G.
10010 South Aplomado Circle
Sandy, Utah 84092-4067 US

Steve [and Carolyn] Carter
  • Work: (801) 942-1049

Class of 1959. Steve Carter. Football, Track, Lettermen, Chorus, Marching Band, Pep Band, Concert Band, Key Club, Ski Club, Y'ld Cat Newspaper. ~ ~ ~ ~ Stephen G. Carter married Carolyn Hill (now deceased) and they have three children. Steve is now semi-retired from the advertising & marketing field. However, he is still producing graphic and design projects. His major emphasis is now Forensic Audio Restoration for law firms and private investigators. @2008

Steve was the official photographer for the 50th Anniversary Reunion of the Class of 1960 in 2010, and photographs can be obtained from him. @2010

Clawson, Stephen
Fuglebakkevej 92 2-2
2000 Frederiksberg
Copenhagen, Denmark DK

Steve og Marion Clawson
  • Cell: 45 30 56 46 54
  • Home: 45 38 34 68 34

Class of 1959. Steve Clawson. Basketball, Lettermen, Model U.N., Y'ld Cat Newspaper, Festival Play, Best Actor, Senior Medal, Boys' State, Radio Reporter, Chorus, Quill & Scroll. ~ ~ ~ ~ In August 2009, address is: Fuglebakkevej 92 2/2 2000 Frederiksberg, Copenhagen, Denmark. ~ ~ ~ ~ Alternate email address: rsmbclawson@live.com ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU Motion Picture Studios, 1971-1976. LDS Church Temple Department, 1976-1992. Had charge of all Temple film materials and language recordings for the Temple ceremonies. Retired 2007. Have traveled from January 07 to July 2009. Most recently lived for nine months in South and Eastern Europe. Come visit us in Copenhagen -- we are a 15-minute walk from the Copenhagen Temple, and an 8-minute drive to see the original Christus statue. You are all welcome to vist. My Love to You All. R. Steve Clawson. @2009 ~ ~ ~ ~ Re: 2010 All Classes Reunion: Larry, Thanks for the information about the general get together of those graduating from BYH. I graduated in 1959 and our class just had our 50th. But as I live in Copenhagen, Denmark I missed that on and as of this moment I will not be in the States this September. We just got back from a five-day visit. But I would like for you to give out the word that we would love to have any and all come to visit us here. We do not have a big Condo but we can handle visitors and quests. We had 12 for lunch last Sunday, many were tourists, mostly from the States. We do hope that all goes well and please let us know of all that is happening. Thanks for you initiative and all your good work. All the Best. Steve og Marion Clawson, Fuglebakkevej 92 2-2, 2000 Frederiksberg (Copenhagen, Denmark) 45 38 34 68 34, phone. @July2010

Crawford, Royce Kent

Crawford, Royce Kent
Provo, Utah

Kent Crawford

Class of 1959. Royce Kent Crawford. Drama, Science Club, Seminary Graduate, Key Club. [Deceased in 1991, buried in Provo City Cemetery.]

Dain, Terry
598 East 3950 North
Provo, Utah 84604

Terry Dain

Class of 1959. Terry Dain [female]. Interpretive Speech, Model U.N., Model U.N. Press, Pep Club Service Award, Hi-Steppers President, Quill & Scroll, National Quill & Scroll, Utah Junior Academy of Arts, Sciences & Letters, Science Fair, Chorus, Senior Medal, Vocal Music Service Award, USU Scholarship. @2001

Dix, Adelia

Adelia Dix

Class of 1959. Adelia Dix. Library Science, Pep Club, Chorus, Chorus Festival Award, 3-year Vocal Music Award, Hollywood Beauty School Scholarship, Band, Forensics, Interpretive Speech, Wildcat Yearbook.

Eastmond, Robert James

Eastmond, Robert James
6021 Cocktail Drive
Las Vegas, Nevada 89130

Robert and Carolann Eastmond
  • Work: (702) 648-1842

Class of 1959. Robert J. Eastmond. Football, Basketball, Track, Tennis, Lettermen, Science Club, Forensics, Interpretive Speech, I Speak For Democracy Contest, Model U.N., Boys' State, Boys' State Oratorical Contest First Place, U.N. Pilgrimage for Youth Second Place, Junior Prom Committee, Elks Leadership Scholarship, 3-year Instrumental Music Award, Vocal Music Service Award, BYU Scholarship, Senior Seminary Service Award, Prescott Instrumental Music Award, Senior Medal. BYU BS Botany & Range Science 1967. BYU MS Botany & Range Science 1968. Married Carolann Lambert, BYH Class of 1960. Children of Robert and Carolann Eastmond: Robert (Amy) Eastmond; Brett (Nicole) Eastmond; Gregory (Angela) Eastmond; Crisandra Eastmond; Benjamin (Kelli) Eastmond; and Randall Eastmond.

Fairchild, Wayne Kent
11069 Valley Brook Circle
Highlands Ranch, Colorado 80130

Kent and Bonnie Fairchild
  • Home: 303-683-3337

Class of 1959. W. Kent Fairchild. Football, Track, Bookkeeping. ~ ~ ~ ~ Served full-time mission in Southern States 1961-63. Married Bonnie Brown [American Fork - 1962] in 1964. We are the parents of 7 children [Kristi, Scott, Michael, Bryan, David, Mark and Emily]. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU BS Accounting 1966. CPA. Northwestern University MBA - Finance 1970. Treasurer – Lawter Chemicals, Northbrook, Illinois 1970-74. Vice President Operations & Finance – Western Farm Bureau Life Insurance Company, Denver, Colorado 1974-94. Vice President Product Development and Marketing Support, Farm Bureau Financial Services, Des Moines Iowa 1994-97. CEO – Colorado Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company, Centennial, Colorado 1997-2005. Retired 2005. We served a full-time mission as a couple to Phnom Penh, Cambodia 2008-2010. @2009

Fisher, Don Lowell
2100 Churchill Drive
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103-6009

Lowell and Ellen Fisher
  • Home: (734) 662-4876

Class of 1959. Don Lowell Fisher. Student Body Business Manager. Football, Lettermen, Chorus, Concert Band, Marching Band, Dance Band, Pep Band, Thespians President, Ski Club, Key Club, Science Club, Y'ld Cat Newspaper, Seminary Graduate. BYU BS Zoology 1966. BYU MS Zoology 1968. Married Ellen. His parents: Milton Byron Fisher and Louise Larsen Fisher of Provo, Utah. Their children: Loa Shirlene Fisher (dec.) (Donald) Olsen, Manti, Utah; M. Byron Fisher [BYH Class of 1955] (Joan), Salt Lake City, Utah; Don Lowell Fisher [BYH Class of 1959] (Ellen), Ann Arbor, Michigan; Carol Louise Fisher Harper [BYH Class of 1961] (John), American Fork, Utah; and ReNon Fisher Zabriskie [BYH Class of 1966] (Noel R. Zabriskie [BYH Class of 1966]), Ogden, Utah. @2010

Fullmer, Lorraine F.
7724 Pheasant Wood Dr
Sandy, Utah 84093-6291 US

Lori and Drew Day
  • Home: (801) 942-3479

Class of 1959. Lorraine Fullmer. Senior Class Social Chair. Seminary Sweetheart Queen, Hi-Steppers, Senior Certificate, Special Art Award, Kiwanis Scholarship, BYU Scholarship. ~ ~ ~ ~ Lorraine Fullmer married Andrew J. Day III. ~ ~ ~ ~ My parents moved from Elsinore, Utah in my Junior year at South Sevier High School in Monroe, Utah. They moved to LaSal, Utah to manage the Redd Ranches store, which meant that I would have to take a school bus 40 miles each way to high school in Blanding. I decided that I didn't want to do that so I arranged to go to Provo and live with family friends. The Redd family introduced me to BYH because their children went there. I wanted to see if I would be interested in going to BYU, so I thought a year away from the sage brush and bus ride would be of help. And it was! But I felt like a lost soul that first day as I walked into those wonderful old halls. Everybody seemed to know what they were doing, where they were going and they all knew each other. There was one cute girl standing in the hall who wasn't talking to anyone and looked as out of place as I was. I glommed onto her and never let go. We became the best of friends and were so much alike. Her name was Linda Tenney and the bond grows stronger every year. I loved BY High. I learned how to study and found my teachers excellent and the classes challenging. I don't think I could have made it through my time at BYU without the discipline I had at BYH. One of the best experiences of the whole year was the day I met Juanita Rogers. I was leaving campus after school one beautiful fall day and she met me on the path. She grabbed me and said she wanted me in the gym in 10 minutes to try out for Hi-Steppers. I told her, "No way am I going to make Hi-Steppers, and thank you but no." She was a strong woman and I went. She was wonderful and helped me gain confidence in a school in which I was not comfortable. I went on to BYU and made it into the Cougarettes, which was such a blessing. Thank you Mrs. Rogers!!! I was also elected a Social Chair along with Gary Rose. One of my jobs was to make posters to announce dances and coming events. One day after looking at one of my posters in the hall, Mr. Hellberg caught me in the hall and said, "If you want to keep your job as Social Chairman, you will have to learn how to do a poster." I guess it was awful. I met with him in the art room and we worked together on posters. I never did do a good poster (still can't) but I enrolled in his art class and found a niche in my life. I won a scholarship to BYU in art and it has been a love of mine ever since. I have won ribbons, sold to friends and in galleries. Thank you Mr. Hellberg! I had another teacher at BYH who was a puzzle to me: Mrs. Caine. She scared me to death when she looked at me or when I had to do an assignment in her history class. I soon found out after almost failing a few assignments that the cover of each assignment was as important as the content. I had to be real creative to please her. I never saw her smile but she was a very good teacher and made boring subjects come alive. Thank you Mrs. Caine!! Another wonderful event was that I was elected Seminary Sweetheart and was asked to give a talk at Seminary graduation. My life was good at BYH. Thank you BYH!! I married Andrew (Drew) Day after my first year at BYU. He was a returned missionary from Brazil and finished school shortly after I married him, so my stay at BYU was short. We moved to LaCanada, California where we began our family of five children. We now have 13 grandchildren and 1 great grandson. In 1980 we moved to Utah and have lived in Sandy since, except for three years we spent in Brazil as Mission President for the Brazil North Mission from 1987 to 1990. That was one of the highlights of my life. The hardest thing I ever did was to learn Portuguese. But I did it. My life has been good. We have traveled to so many wonderful places. We have three homes: a mountain cabin in Gunnison, Colorado; a beach condo in San Clemente, California; and our wonderful home in Sandy. It keeps us busy just remembering where we are when we wake up in the morning. I don't think I am complaining. My life is full of wonderful family -- church -- art -- quilting -- cooking -- friends -- book club -- traveling -- exercising -- I wouldn't trade any of it. I feel like a blessed woman. So much of it started at BYH.

Gibbs, Max
PO Box 152
Miller, Alberta, Canada TOL 1K2 CA

Max Gibbs

Class of 1959. Max Gibbs. Track, Las Vegas Golden Glove Championship, Utah AAU Boxing Championship Runner-Up.

Goodman, Lynda Lee
13481 Grove Drive
Alpine, Utah 84004 US

Lynda and Larry Barney
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Class of 1959. Lynda Lee Goodman. Senior Class Secretary. Forensics, Interpretive Speech, USU Scholarship, Senior Medal, PTA Scholarship, Chorus, Traveling Assembly, Thespians, Senior Hop Committee, Graduation Committee. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU 1963. Married Larry G. Barney. ~ ~ ~ ~ "I was a student at BY High my senior year only, having moved there after my Father passed away. I loved the school and all of you students and teachers who were there. You were all so kind to me. After graduation, I attended BYU and graduated from Steven Henager's Business College in 1961. I married Larry G. Barney in November of 1961. We lived in Salt Lake area for 15 years, and then Alpine for 31 years. We have four children: Randy Barney (born March 1963) married to Jina Grant in 1985, Alpine, Utah; Vicki Lee Barney (born June 1965) married to Kelly Mitchell in 1986, Birdseye, Utah); Debra Barney Strong (born July 1967) divorced, Spanish Fork, Utah; and Tiffany Barney (born July 1969)married to Feleni Siufanua in August 1992, Payson, Utah). We have 16 grandchildren. I taught piano lessons for 30 years; worked as secretary in my husband's business; sold cosmetics and other products; and have done some acting which I really enjoyed. I loved being a homemaker, wife, and mother. I served in the PTA as president and other duties, and as president of Band Parents for the American Fork High School Marching Band; also served in many church auxiliaries. ~ ~ ~ ~ Winter address: 2189 W. Rivers Edge Lane, St. George, Utah 84770. Summer address: 756 River Ridge Lane, Spanish Fork, Utah @2010

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