Class of 1960 H.S.

Class of 1960 H.S.'s Website

Alphabetical Alumni
Andrus, Newton Warnick

Andrus, Newton Warnick
Orem, Utah US

Newt and Kris Andrus

Class of 1960. Newt Andrus. Student Body Business Manager. Baseball, Football, Lettermen, Concert Band, Key Club, Boys State, Seminary Graduate, Pep Band, Marching Band. BYU BS Geography 1967. Married Kristine Knudsen, BYH Class of 1962. They have four children - three sons and one daughter. Served as a bishop. Occupation, Vice President Worldwide Facilities, Novell, Inc. Newton's brother, Joe, graduated from BYH in 1967, and his mother, Erma Warnick Andrus, graduated from BY High [in 1932?]. ----1996 EXECUTIVE FOCUS: NEWTON ANDRUS, VICE PRESIDENT, WORLDWIDE FACILITIES, NOVELL INC. VITAL STATISTICS -- Age: 53. Born: Provo. Family: Married, four children. Education: Bachelors degree in Geography from Brigham Young University; Masters in Regional Planning from University of North Carolina. Primary products: NetWare. Number of employees: 94 (in facilities division). PERSONALITY PROFILE -- First ``real'' job: Planner, Port of Portland, Ore. Management style: Empowered delegation. Keys to success: Hire good people, train them well, let them go. One lesson I've learned in my work: Change happens every day. What I like about my line of work: The variety and constant need to get things done. My heroes: President Spencer W. Kimball, President Gordon B. Hinckley and Abraham Lincoln. Leisure time and hobbies: Scouting, golf, yard work. Favorite book: Churchill biography. Favorite movie: ``Four Weddings and a Funeral.'' [Published in the Deseret News, Wednesday, February 14, 1996.] --- 2000. NOVELL BUILDING IS REALLY WIRED. By Edward L. Carter, Deseret News staff writer. PROVO — It may not be the tallest building in Provo, but the new Novell Inc. office tower is probably the most wired. Building H has 25 miles of fiber-optic cable, and it is one of the smartest buildings in Provo, too. With 25 miles of fiber-optic cable running throughout the eight floors of Building H, the new tower is one of the "smartest" buildings in the city as well. And at a cost of nearly $90 million, the building might be the most expensive ever built in Provo. "It is as high tech as they come," said Newton Andrus, Novell's director of worldwide facilities. "It is a very smart building." [Deseret News, Thursday, April 13, 2000.] ~ ~ ~ ~ Newt served on the 50th Anniversary Reunion Committee of the Class of 1960 in 2010. @2010 ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Newton Warnick Andrus passed away April 22, 2020, at the age of 77 due to congestive heart failure. Newt was a man who loved to see and understand the world, loved his family, and lived the gospel of Jesus Christ. Newt was born July 3, 1942, in Provo, Utah, to Albert LaMar and Erma Warnick Andrus. At the time of his birth, his father was serving in the Army in World War II. Newt grew up in Provo and attended Brigham Young Training School, Maeser and Joaquin Elementary Schools, and Farrer Junior High. He was active in the Boy Scouts, earning his Eagle Scout and Silver Explorer awards. Newt attended Provo High School and graduated from Brigham Young High School in the Class of 1960. He played clarinet in the band, played baseball and football, was a student body officer, and attended Boys State. Following graduation from high school in 1960, Newt enrolled at Brigham Young University. Newt served in the Hawaii Mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from 1961 to 1963. His mission instigated in him a lifelong love of the Hawaiian islands and Polynesian culture. He married Kristine Knudsen, his high-school sweetheart, on June 17, 1964, in the Salt Lake Temple. She graduated from BY High School in the Class of 1962. Newt graduated from BYU in 1967 with a bachelor’s degree in geography. Newt and Kris then moved to North Carolina, where Newt graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a Master’s of Regional Planning. During this time, their first child, Samuel, was born. From 1969 to 1978, the family lived in Oregon, where Newt worked as a city and urban planner for the Port of Portland. During their time in Oregon, Newt also served as a bishop, and the rest of their children were born: Scott “Andy,” Amy, and Jonathan. In 1978, the family returned to Provo, where Newt worked with his father-in-law, Wes Knudsen, managing video arcade games, vending machines, and kiddie rides. In 1989, Newt began working at WordPerfect as the purchasing manager and retired in 2003 as Novell’s Vice President of Real Estate and Facilities. Newt served faithfully as a bishop of a family ward and two young single adult wards, a temple worker, a high council member, and a Young Men’s leader. Together Newt and Kris served as employment specialist missionaries in Washington D.C., and as facilitators in the Addiction Recovery Program at BYU. Newt also served a family history service mission and loved doing genealogy. Newt and Kris loved to travel. They took trips all over the world together and enjoyed organizing family trips to Disneyland, Hawaii, the Oregon Coast, Jackson Hole, and Church history sites. Newt loved his family and often expressed his desire that they remain close. He supported them in all their endeavors, taught them correct principles and service through his example, and helped them explore the world. He had a strong and enduring testimony of his Savior, Jesus Christ. He is loved and will be missed. He was preceded in death by his parents, Albert LaMar Andrus and Erma Warnick Andrus, and by his wife, Kristine Knudsen Andrus. He is survived by his brother Joseph (Holly) Andrus; his children Samuel (Amy) Andrus, Scott “Andy” (Christian) Andrus, Amy (Brooks) Snow, and Jonathan; and by his grandchildren Olivia, Isabel, Caleb, Benjamin, Henry, William, Dylan, Phineas, and Seth Andrus, and Kolby, Bryson, and Claire Snow. Due to the current circumstances, there will be a graveside service for immediate family in the Provo City Cemetery on Monday, April 27, 2020, at 11 a.m. A live broadcast of the service may be viewed online at (click the Live Stream link on the homepage). After the service is over, a recording of the service will be available on Newt’s obituary page at the same website. You may also share condolences and memories with the family there. In lieu of flowers, please add stories and photos to Newt’s FamilySearch webpage. Provo Daily Herald, April 25, 2020

Avery, John LeGrande

Avery, John LeGrande
Provo, Utah US

LeGrande & Pamela Avery

Class of 1960. John L. Avery. Concert Band, Concert Band Business Manager, Marching Band, Pep Band, Model U.N., Spanish Club, Science Club, Seminary Graduate, Senior Honor Panel, Honor Roll. ~ ~ ~ ~ His sister is Ara Jean Avery Hiatt, BYH Class of 1949. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU BS Computer Science 1970. @2010 ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: John LeGrande Avery died at his home in Provo on August 10, 2013, after an eight-month battle with brain cancer. John was born in Provo on October 7, 1942, to Floyd Fay and Sadie Hulet Avery. He graduated from Brigahm Young High School in the Class of 1960. He is survived by his wife Pamela Cardon Avery, his eight sons and six daughters-in-law – Matt & Nicki, Brian & Chris, Danny & Staci, Peter, Andy & Sarah, Wes & Melissa, David & Jannet, and Alex – and 22 grandchildren. He is also survived by sisters Ara Jean Hiatt and Sue Swain, and brothers Barry and Con. He was preceded in death by one sister, Dena Joyce, and one brother, Chad. John (or LeGrande or Bud) served two years as a missionary in New Zealand and continued to serve faithfully in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints his entire life in a variety of callings, most recently as an Executive Secretary in the Spanish Fork Young Single Adult Stake. He had a firm belief in and understanding of the Boy Scout program as it relates to the LDS Church. He influenced countless young men as a Boy Scout leader, helping many of them achieve the rank of Eagle - including his eight sons. He received many scouting awards including the Silver Beaver Award, one of the BSA’s highest honors. He loved making itineraries and lists and repacking cargo space prior to and during any outing involving a vehicle. He had a love-hate relationship with long road trips. Driving erratically fast (but amazingly avoiding any consequences) was his specialty. Dad‘s professional career was in Computer Engineering, but he preferred to spend his time in the outdoors hiking, fishing, camping, skiing, backpacking and bicycling. He was skiing when symptoms of the cancer were first noticed. He was also a faithful BYU fan and enjoyed a long tradition of attending football and basketball games with his family. John received wonderful care and attention from the staff of Horizon Home Health and Hospice for several months. We thank them all, along with his doctors Reichman, Gaufin, Clark and Rich. Funeral services will be held Friday, August 16, 2013 at 11:00 am in the Edgemont Sixth Ward Chapel, 4056 North 650 East, Provo, (the “Red Brick Chapel”). Family and friends may attend a viewing Thursday evening at the church from 6:00-7:30 pm and on Friday one hour prior to services. Interment will be in the Orem City Cemetery under the direction of Olpin Family Mortuary, Pleasant Grove. Condolences may be sent to the family at [August 14, 2013, Olpin Mortuary]

Babcock, Dean Morgan

Babcock, Dean Morgan
South Jordan, Utah US

Dean & Charlene Babcock

Class of 1960. Dean Babcock. Chorus, Poetry Contest. Son of Hyrum John Babcock and Lucille Morgan Babcock (they have four daughters and one son), and grandson of Hyrum & Anna Louise Traudt Babcock. Dean first married Violet Louise Jones, div. Second married Marilyn Jones, div. Married Charlene Milne-Shea. @2010 ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Dean Morgan Babcock, South Jordan, Utah - Our loving husband, father, grandpa, brother and friend, Dean Morgan Babcock, age 76, passed away peacefully surrounded by loved ones on October 2, 2018. He courageously battled with Parkinson’s disease, fighting until the end. Dean was born on July 9, 1942 in Nampa, Idaho to Hyrum Babcock Jr. and Lucille Morgan Babcock. He was raised in Provo, Utah alongside his 2 younger sisters Mary (Bennett) and Carol (Hazel). As a boy he achieved great fulfillment in teasing (tormenting) his younger sisters. Dean spent his summers at his grandparents’ farm in Idaho and his Aunt Ida’s home in California. He was a hard worker and learned his work ethic while working on his grandparents’ farm. He loved all things outdoors; the foothills of Provo were his playground, where he got into plenty of mischief. In school Dean excelled in History, Poetry and Music. After graduating from Brigham Young High School in the Class of 1960, he enlisted in the US Army where he proudly served his country. He then served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Northern States Mission. Dean loved the gospel of Jesus Christ and loved to share it with all that would listen. Dean married Marilyn Jones on May 1, 1971. They were later divorced in August of 1993. They raised 11 children and taught them all a love for music. Dean played the drums and had a beautiful singing voice. He was known for adapting the lyrics to countless songs, which he would lovingly sing to his kids. He loved to travel and took his family on countless road-trips, especially to Disneyland. He took every opportunity to teach his family, often turning learning into fun and games. Some of his greatest joys were playing “tackle box”, wrapping Christmas presents, updating 72-hour kits, and fishing and hunting with his kids. A few of his of favorite things were ice cream, sunflower seeds, Mountain Dew, his family, BYU football, fishing, hunting and gardening. He inherited his “green thumb” from his dad and was known for his countless fruit trees and beautiful gardens. Dean spent most of his career working for the Utah Farm Bureau where he was able to interact with many farmers whom he loved and loved him in return. Dean was a friend to all he met. He married his sweetheart, Charlene Milne-Shea on October 11, 1996 and was later sealed in the Oquirrh Mountain Temple. They built a life together and he was blessed to gain 4 additional children, whom he welcomed as his own, bringing the total to 15! Dean loved Charlene fiercely and they shared a love for the outdoors, all things Disney, gardening, dancing, traveling, and sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ. They served many LDS Missions together and touched the lives of many. They were blessed to travel to many countries where they loved handing out copies of the Book of Mormon in different languages. Dean loved being a grandpa and made each of his grandkids feel special. He particularly enjoyed taking them to the Hogle Zoo, Thanksgiving Point, Arctic Circle and the pumpkin patch. He was a master storyteller and was known for his ability to tell Uncle Remus stories. Dean was lovingly taken care of by his wife Charlene throughout his illness. Dean is survived by his wife Charlene, children Jeannette (David) Lee, Christine (Brian) Schramm, Genevieve (Ruben) Upshaw, MeriLynne (Steve) Michaelis, Daniel (Elizabeth) Babcock, David (Sheryl) Babcock, Carolyn (Ryan) Morris, Douglas (Wendy) Babcock, Laura (Richie) Dibble, Rebecca (Travis) Christiansen, Joy (Christian) Austin, Tiffany (Ben) Barlow, Anthony (Lisa) Schmidt, Holly (Scott) Jensen, Schery (Bradlee) Walters, 55 Grandchildren and 3 Great-Grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents Hyrum and Lucille Babcock and Son-in-law Richie Dibble. We want to give a special thanks to the team at Rocky Mountain Hospice for their wonderful care and devotion to Dean. If you have special memories of Dean please email them to Viewing on Sunday, October 7, 2018 from 6-8pm & on Monday, October 8, 2018 from 10-10:45 am. Memorial Services will be held Monday, October 8, 2018 at 11:00 am.All services to be held in Dean’s honor at Jenkins-Soffe Funeral Home. 1007 W. South Jordan Parkway, South Jordan, Utah. Interment, Larkin Sunset Gardens. Source

Baker, Bonnie Carol

Baker, Bonnie Carol
Provo, Utah US

Bonnie & Burt Robbins

Class of 1960. Bonnie Carol Baker. Pep Club, Drill Team, Chorus. Bonnie Carol Baker was born 27 September 1942 in Wilmington, North Carolina. She married Charles Burtis (Burt) Robbins. She died on May 24, 1991 in Provo, Utah. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. Her parents were William Almon Baker and Christine Warlick Baker. C. Burtis Robbins subsequently married Lenore. The eldest daughter of Bonnie and Burt Robbins, Christine Robbins Allan, served as the Events Coordinator in the Provo City Library at Academy Square until her death in 2005. She was very proud that her mother had graduated from BYH. Bonnie was a cousin of Robert S. Bradshaw, also BYH Class of 1960. Note: Burt and Lenore Robbins are currently serving a full-time mission in Alaska. His email address is: @2006

Bennett, Gary H.
86 North 800 West
Orem, Utah 84057 US

Gary and Linda Bennett
  • Work: 801-225-4036
  • Cell: 801-367-8628
  • Home: 801-471-0498

Class of 1960. Gary H. Bennett. Senior Class Vice President. Football, Baseball, Track, Lettermen. [Name listed as both Bennett and Bennet in 1960 Wildcat yearbook.] BYU 1967. After BYH graduation in 1960 I went on six-month active duty with the Utah National Guard, stationed at Fort Ord, California. In 1961 went on a mission to the Central States with headquarters in Independence, Missouri. Returned home in 1963. Worked and attended BYU. Worked for Harmon and Clegg Construction for a year, then went to work for Provo City Power. In 1969 married Nancy Latimer in the SLC temple and adopted her four children after which we had three more. Marriage lasted 23 years before ending in divorce. In 1998 Marred Linda Burr in the Mount Timpanogos Temple. We have 15 grandchildren which I enjoy very much. Over the years I have worked eight years as meat cutter and manager, then spent last working years at Geneva Steel. I retired in 2003. I am enjoying skiing in the winter, and fishing and boating in the summer along with traveling anytime I get a chance. Looking forward to the 45th year reunion of the BYH Class of 1960 in 2005, and to serving a mission with my wife in the near future. ~ ~ ~ ~ Alternate email: @2010

Bingham, Bruce Ashby
2700 Sand Hill Road
Menlo Park, CA 94025 US

Bruce Bingham
  • Work: 408-246-3640
  • Home: 650-234-0605

Class of 1960. Bruce A. Bingham. Concert Band, Concert Band President, Marching Band, Chorus, Model U.N., Forensics, Dramatics, Poetry Contest, Soph Class President, Junior Prom Committee Chair, Thespians, Ski Club, Seminary Vice President, Seminary Graduate, Science Club Vice President, Rotary Youth Representative, Boys State, Senior Honor Panel. Bruce A. Bingham, Senior Director of Medical Development, Stanford University Medical Center, Office of Medical Development. @2006 ~ ~ ~ ~ Address updated @May 2010.

Booth, Eldean Richard
2151 Three Lakes Rd, No. 94
Albany, Oregon 97321 US

Dean Booth
  • Cell: 541-990-7715

Class of 1960. Eldean R. (Dean) Booth. Football, Basketball, Track, Chorus. BYU 1965. His parents: Elton Richard Booth and Wilma Lenore Clapp Booth. ~ ~ ~ ~ 2007 Linn County [Oregon] Veterans of the Year: Eldean Booth of Albany served in the Army Reserve from 1963 to 1969, achieving the rank of E-6 staff sergeant. Born in McMinnville in 1941, Booth grew up in Powell Butte and graduated from Brigham Young High School in Provo, Utah in 1960, before attending Brigham Young University for 1 1/2 years. Returning to Prineville, Booth went to work for the Forest Service. He moved to Albany in 1964 and took a job as a machinist at Wah Chang, where he worked for more than three decades, retiring as the lead man in the aerospace machine shop. Booth has been a member of the American Legion since 1994 and is the treasurer of the Linn County Veterans Memorial Association. He has taken a top role in the construction of the new veterans memorial at Timber-Linn Park. [, November 9, 2007] ~ ~ ~ ~ Address updated @Jan2010

Bradshaw, Robert S. Jr.
3409 Woodbaugh Dr
Chesapeake, Virginia 23321 US

Robert Bradshaw
  • Home: 804-271-9370

Class of 1960. Robert S. Bradshaw, Jr. Basketball, Baseball, Chorus, Seminary Achievement Award. He is living in Richmond, Virginia, and recently retired after 20 some odd years with the US Government. Robert is a cousin of Bonnie Baker Robbins, also BYH Class of 1960. ~ ~ ~ ~ Alternate address: Robert S Bradshaw Jr., 5417 W Garthdale Rd, Richmond, VA 23234-4619 - (804) 271-9370 - Household: Janet S Bradshaw. @May 2010

Burgess, Charles K.
4651 Ferguson Way
Cedar Hills, Utah 84062 US

Charles Burgess
  • Work: (801) 756-1905
  • Home: (801) 756-1905

Class of 1960. Charles Burgess. Stage Manager. Football, Wrestling, Lettermen, Key Club, Concert Band, Chorus. ~ ~ ~ ~ Married Cora Durfey, div. ~ ~ ~ ~ Alternate address: 9661 Winchester, Pleasant Grove, Utah 84062-8625. @2010 ~ ~ ~ ~ Alternate address? Charles K. Burgess, 2231 S Elks Ln, Unit 86, Yuma, AZ 85364-6270 - (928) 373-9213.

Bushman, Susan
1101 Navajo St
Salt Lake City, Utah 84104-2817 US

Susan Cahoon
  • Work: (801) 886-3004
  • Home: (801) 886-3012

Class of 1960. Susan Bushman. Chorus, F.H.A., Art Club, Seminary Graduate. Susan married _____ Cahoon. ~ ~ ~ ~ Alternate address? 1463 E. 8175 S, Sandy, Utah 84093 - (801) 561-2573.

Card, Lowell E.
144 North 8th Street
Greybull, Wyoming 82426 US

Lowell and Louise Card
  • Home: 307-765-9959

Class of 1960. Lowell E. Card. Wrestling. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU BA Youth Leadership & Outdoor Education. Married Louise, five children. Occupation, Environmental Health Director. Bishop & High Council member. Enjoy sailing a small boat each summer in Puget Sound and Washington, British Columbia. [First name listed as both Lowell and Lowel in 1960 Wildcat yearbook - Lowell is correct.] ~ ~ ~ ~ Alternate address? Lowell E. Card, 2051 E Highway 40, Vernal, Utah 84078-9193 - (435) 789-7041 - Age: 65+ Household: Louise N Card, J Card. @2010

Carter, Robert E.
5225 Mohawk Street
Pocatello, Idaho 83204-4543 US

Bob and Theresa Carter
  • Cell: 208-241-3816
  • Home: 208-232-1422

Class of 1960. Robert E. "Bob" Carter. Football, Chorus. ~ ~ ~ ~ He married Theresa M Schell. Alternate email: @April2009

Carver, Mary Diane
446 West 230 North
Orem, Utah 84057 US

Diane Carver - King
  • Home: (801) 224-3962

Class of 1960. Dianne Carver. 1959 Student Body Secretary. Honor Roll, Senior Honor Panel, Interpretive, Preference Ball Committee Chair, Thespians, Chorus, Girls State, Soph Scholarship Award, Junior Scholarship Award, Debate, Hi-Steppers, F.H.A. Vice President, Region School Council Secretary, Junior Varsity Cheerleader. Married 33 years, six children, div. Occupation, Special Education Professional, Orem, Utah. Diane married ____ King. @2010

Childs, Ralph P.
1057 East 200 South
American Fork, Utah 84003-2293 US

Ralph & Paulette Childs
  • Work: 254-774-1431
  • Home: 801-756-4513

Class of 1960. Ralph P. Childs. Track, Lettermen. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU BS Accounting 1967. ~ ~ ~ ~ Formerly US Department of Agriculture, Asst Reg Inspector General - Audit, External Auditor. Business address: 101 South Main, Room 324, Temple, Texas 76501 @2010

Clark, Lynn [Virginia Lynn]
2525 North 860 East
Provo, Utah 84604-4082 US

Lynn and Dick Callister
  • Work: (801)422-3227
  • Cell: (801)358-1079

Class of 1960. Lynn Clark. Senior Class Secretary. Pep Club, Junior Varsity Cheerleader, Junior Prom Committee Chair, Seminary Graduate, Debate, Interpretive, Banner Carrier, Model U.N., Student Delegate to the Republican Convention, Senior Honor Panel. BYU BS Nursing 1964. Wichita State University - Wichita, Kansas MS 1969. University of Utah PhD 1993. Married to Reed Richards Callister, 11 children in a blended family. Professor of Nursing at Brigham Young University. Her parents: Harold Glen Clark and Virginia Louise Driggs. Harold G. Clark was born June 11, 1902 in Mesa, Arizona. His parents were Joseph William Clark and Mary Adeline Noble Clark. He married Virginia Louise Driggs on June 26, 1929, in Mesa, Arizona. She was born on July 29, 1909 in Driggs, Idaho. She died on March 16, 1950, in Provo, Utah. Together they had six children: Carol Jean Clark, Harold Glen Clark (Jr), Mary Louise Clark, Donald Driggs Clark, Virginia Lynn Clark, and Joseph William Clark. Following the death of Virgina Louise Driggs Clark, he married Mary Deane Peterson Gilbert on December 20, 1950 in the Mesa, Arizona temple for time. The family increased with two new siblings -- both of whom went to BY High -- Lark Gilbert Cheesman and Paul Gilbert. Harold and Mary Deane subsequently had another child, Rebecca Clark Knudsen. Mary Deane passed away April 13, 2006 -- she had also taught at BY High. Harold G. Clark died on March 2, 1984 in Provo.

Clark, Robert E. (1960)
1064 East 720 North
Orem, Utah 84097-4368 US

Bob and LuWana Clark
  • Work: (801) 225-6430

Class of 1960. Robert "Bob" Clark. Concert Band, Chorus, Model U.N., Speech, Spanish Club President, Quill & Scroll, Y'ld Cat Newspaper Sports Editor, Wildcat Yearbook, Seminary Graduate. Married LuWana, and they have four children. Bob is currently Director of Physical Plant, Utah Valley University. @2010

Cooper, Barton K.
2011 Clover Ridge
McGregor, Texas 76657

Bart Cooper
  • Cell: 254.722.7764
  • Home: 254.848.5647

Class of 1960. Barton K. Cooper. Football, Baseball, Lettermen. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU BS Finance 1990. Employer: Fidelity. @2010. ~ ~ ~ ~ Alternate email: Moved from Utah to Texas, all contact information updated. @Aug2010 ~ ~ ~ ~ I have a high school diploma from Brigham Young High School in Provo, Utah. I graduated in 1960. I have taken several college courses and junior college courses over the years, but no formal college education. I only attended BY High for 1 year. Before that, I attended Aberdeen High School in Aberdeen, Idaho, one of the largest potato producing counties in the U.S. Activities and Societies: Basketball, Football, and Baseball. We didn't have too many activities other than sports. Most of the kids had to work on the farms in their spare time. Source ~ ~ ~ ~ Real Estate Agent at ERA Graceland, Waco, Texas @2015

Crowther, Thomas H.
440 North 100 West
Richfield, Utah 84701-1801 US

Tom and Shirlene Crowther
  • Home: 435-896-6366

Class of 1960. Thomas H. Crowther. Football, Wrestling, Tennis, Lettermen, Forensics. ~ ~ ~ ~ Married Shirlene Davis. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: Israel Earl and Ruth Elizabeth Wintch Crowther. Their children: Earl James Crowther (m. Carma Deane Bell), Springville; Glen (m. Clair) Crowther [BYH Class of 1954] of Mesquite, NV; Thomas (Tom) (m. Shirlene) Crowther [BYH Class of 1960] of Richfield, and Ted (m. Cleo) Crowther of Westpoint; Norma Jean Crowther (m. Jay) Ovard of American Fork, Dolores Crowther (m. Carl) Southwick of Boulder City, Nevada, and Lois Crowther [BYH Class of 1957] (m. Stewart) Benedict of Orem. One additional son, one additional daughter, now deceased [January 2003]. @2010

Curtis, Karen

Curtis, Karen
Orem, Utah US

Karen Johnson

Class of 1960. Karen Curtis. Interpretive, Y'ld Cat Newspaper Staff, Wildcat Yearbook Staff, Model U.N., Quill & Scroll, Chorus, Forensics, Poetry Contest, Seminary. Married ____ Johnson. [Deceased in Nov. 1994 at age 52, according to Diane Carver King, Class of 1960.] Karen had two sisters who also attended BYH: JoAnne Curtis Henderson, BYH Class of 1963, and Janet Vee Curtis Allan, BYH Class of 1968. ~ ~ ~ ~ Karen Curtis Johnson was born on August 15, 1942, and died on November 16, 1994.

Davis, Doyle J.

Davis, Doyle J.
Orem, Utah US

Doyle and Carolyn Davis

Class of 1960. Doyle J. Davis. Basketball, Baseball, Concert Band. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU Business Management 1967. ~ ~ ~ ~ Married Carolyn, seven children, six sons and one daughter. Occupation, self-employed in taxes and accounting. @2010 ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Doyle J Davis of Orem, Utah, passed away November 23, 2021 at Utah Valley Regional Medical Center at the age of 79. He was born January 1, 1942 in Provo, Utah, to William and Kathryn Davis. Doyle graduated from Brigham Young High School in the Class of 1960. Doyle married Carolyn Glenn on July 9, 1965 and they became parents to seven children. In 1967, Doyle graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree in Business. He worked for Conoco until 1975 when he opened his own accounting office in Provo. Doyle served clients throughout Utah, many of them becoming close personal friends. Doyle enjoyed music and was an accomplished pianist and organist in his younger years. He had a great love for sports and the outdoors. Doyle played fast-pitch softball for decades and spent 17 years coaching little league baseball, including coaching each of his sons. Doyle was a faithful member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served a mission to the Central States mission. He spent much of his life working with the youth and had a special talent for planning and organizing large, unique youth activities. In later years, he enjoyed serving in the Mount Timpanogos and Provo temples. Doyle’s greatest joy in life was his family. He is survived by his wife, Carolyn, and their children: Mike (Jan), Todd (Andrea), Stephanie (Kraig) Sorensen, Kyle (Karen), Kevin (Anne Marie), Scott and 13 grandchildren. Siblings Mary Jean (Larry) Draper, Kathleen (Arnold) Gilchrist, and Lyle (Raelene) Davis. He was preceded in death by his son Matt, sister Donita (Rod) Polson, and his parents William and Kathryn Davis. Funeral services were held Saturday, December 4, 2021 at the Orem Stake Center located at 481 East Center Street Orem, Utah. Interment, Orem City Cemetery. There was a live stream of the funeral on Saturday December 4, 2021. Source.

Dennis, DeLoy

DeLoy Dennis

Class of 1960. Deloy Dennis. Wrestling, Lettermen, Chorus. His parents: Elvin J. Dennis and Fern Smith Fairbanks Dennis. Siblings: sister, Sharon Marie Dennis (Ronald) McKee; brother, Raphael Dennis. Stepmother: Adonia Dennis; half brother, Brad Dennis; half sister, Ann Christensen; and stepbrother, Del Traveller. @1997

Edmunds, Charlotte Norine
979 North 420 West
American Fork, Utah 84003-5167 US

Charlotte and Art Dowdle
  • Home: (801) 763-7900

Class of 1960. Charlotte Edmunds. Student Body Historian. Chorus, F.H.A. President, Seminary Graduate, Interpretive. ~ ~ ~ ~ Married Arthur R. (Art) Dowdle, five daughters. Ricks College AAS Nursing 1962. Occupation, Registered Nurse with IHC Home Health as RN Pediatric Case Manger. Served as Education Counselor in Stake Relief Society. Charlotte is a younger sister of Mary Ellen Edmunds, BYH Class of 1958. The Dowdles completed a mission in Sweden, returned in September 2005. @2010

Gilchrist, Glen James
265 North 2670 West
Hurricane, Utah 84737 US

Glen and Patty Gilchrist
  • Work: (435) 635-3851

Class of 1960. Glen James Gilchrist. Best Actor, Thespians, Forensics, Science Club, Boys State, Honor Roll, Poetry Contest, Homeroom Rep. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU BA Economics 1970. ~ ~ ~ ~ His Parents: John Cameron Gilchrist and Veda Ethel Brown Gilchrist of Utah Valley (both deceased). Children, three sons and two daughters: Gerald Don Gilchrist [BYH Class of 1950] (dec., Lubbock Texas); Dale C. Gilchrist (Springdale Utah) married Anne; Glen J. Gilchrist [BYH Class of 1960] (Hurricane, Utah) married Patty; V. Jane Gilchrist Blankenstein (West Jordan, Utah); and Linda Gilchrist [BYH Class of 1966] (Gilbert, Arizona). @2010

Gleason, Tom A.
927 West 1100 North
Provo, Utah 84604 US

Tom and Betty Gleason
  • Home: 801-377-6193

Class of 1960. Tom A. Gleason. Football, Basketball. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU 1965. Married Betty O. @2010

Hancock, Patricia
6649 E. Valle di Cadore
Tucson, Arizona 85750 US

Patricia and Eugene Toone
  • Work: (928) 367-5116
  • Home: (520) 299-7430

Class of 1960. Patricia Hancock. Chorus, Pep Club, Ski Club, Forensics, Hi-Steppers, Model U.N., Spanish Club, Seminary Graduate. Married Eugene G. Toone ~ ~ ~ ~ Alternate address: Patricia A. & Eugene G. Toone, 3152 Aspen Loop, Pinetop, AZ 85935-8417 - (928) 367-5116. @May2010 ~ ~ ~ ~ Email sent to bounced back. @July2010

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