Class of 1963 H.S.

Class of 1963 H.S.'s Website

Alphabetical Alumni
Adamson, David Michael

Adamson, David Michael
Draper, Utah US

David and Linda Adamson

Class of 1963. David M. Adamson. Football, Baseball, Basketball Manager, Forensics, Interpretive, Spanish Club President, Seminary Graduate, Y Club, Safety Council, Mr. Irresistable. BYU BA 1967. DDS. His parents: Martell D. Adamson and LaRee Greenwood Adamson. Dr. David M. Adamson, dentist, Draper, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ David M. Adamson, retired dietician/nutritional expert. @2008 ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: 1945 ~ 2020. David Michael Adamson passed away peacefully at home on June 13, 2020. He was surrounded by his wife and children, as well as his adoring grandchildren. David was born on September 29, 1945 in Payson, Utah to Mark and LaRee Adamson. Having three older sisters, he was the baby boy his family had waited so long for and was adored by them. He graduated from BY High School in Provo in the Class of 1963. He then attended BYU. He served as a missionary in the French East Mission, following which he married Linda Bowen Adamson in the Salt Lake Temple on June 5, 1968. He went on to attend dental school at Loyola University School of Dentistry in Chicago, and practiced as a dentist in the Sandy area for many years. David was known for his energy, passion, and adventurous spirit. He was a faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He served in many capacities, his favorite being as Scout Leader. He loved to serve and mentor boys in all aspects of scouting and many today still recall the impact he had on their lives. He traveled extensively with his wife and children. His hobbies included scouting, hunting, fishing, flying, scuba diving, and spending time at his beloved ranch in Montana. It was there he most loved to be with his wife during the summers and enjoy the beautiful wildlife and nature that surrounded them. David is survived by his wife Linda and his five children: Greg (Elizabeth), Mindy (Michael), Andrew (Julie), Katie, and Kristie (Addison); 13 grandchildren; his sisters Dolores (Harold) Simons, Shirley Manwaring, and Carole Ziegler. He was preceded in death by his parents Mark and LaRee Adamson. Family services for David were held on Thursday June 18, 2020. Interment, Larkin Sunset Gardens Cemetery. [The Salt Lake Tribune, June 21, 2020]

Andersen, Hans Verlan, Jr.
1724 South 165 West
Orem, Utah 84058-7450 US

Hans Verlan Andersen
  • Work: (801) 225-0396
  • Home: (801) 224-3368
  • Fax: (801) 691-0507

Class of 1963. Hans Verlan Andersen, Jr. Debate, Drama, Seminary Graduate. BYU BS Accounting 1970. ~ ~ ~ ~ Hans V. Andersen, CPA, Andersen Accounting - Alternate address: PO Box 167, Provo, Utah 84603 - (801) 224-3368. ~ ~ ~ ~ NOTE: My family reunion is the same day or I would be at our 2008 class reunion. Thank you for your ongoing organizational efforts to keep us in touch after all these years. Thanks for asking for a few memories. One of the most enjoyable things about BYH was to run into classmates, brothers and sisters in the hallways all day long. It made it more of a family and friends school. Eating lunch out under the trees and around the beehive was memorable. Sliding down that long banister on the front steps at unsafe speeds was fun. Watching Jed Christensen do the twist in the carrels was fun. I felt sorry for the teachers in the carrels. They would rush around from carrel to carrel with a red flag up, only to discover an empty carrel appropriately flagged by a passing student. Of course, watching a teacher try to plug in the sound system from a ceiling outlet, because some student had pulled the plug, was also memorable. The meanest thing I recall was when we learned the seniors ahead of us, not our class, had broken a plant that Anna B. Hart read poetry to. I remember having what I considered the best seminary teachers in the Church. I was glad we were a small school. It let we students participate in things we were interested in. I enjoyed being on the debate team, being in plays, doing pantomine, extemporaneous speaking, etc. I always felt our student body probably had the best assembly of people with a future, who wanted to do good and be good. I am always surprised to hear about another one of us dying or facing serious health challenges. We are way too young to be accumulating such losses and challenges. I'm pleased that so many are doing so well and enjoying life as I am. God lives and loves each of us. I hope you have great class reunion while I'm off having a family reunion." ~ ~ VJ. @June 14, 2008. ~ ~ @2010

Beck, David E.

Beck, David E.
Wilmington, Delaware US

David and Necka Beck

Class of 1963. David E. Beck. Basketball, Tennis, Baseball, Debate, Band, Freshman Class Social Chair, Model U.N., Seminary Graduate. His parents: Jay Vern Beck and Fay Ellison Beck. The children of Jay and Fay Beck include: Dorthene Beck Richardson of Orem, Utah; Lynn Beck McEwan of Cedar Hills, Utah; Jacqueline Beck [BYH Class of 1955] (Edwin) Foutz of Paradise Valley, Arizona; David E. Beck [BYH Class of 1963] (Necka Jean Pinotti), of Wilmington, Delaware; Bonnie Beck [BYH Class of 1966~H) Studdert of Alpine, Utah; and John Beck of Phoenix, Arizona. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: David E. Beck passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, September 6, 2006, while playing tennis, a game he dearly loved. David was born on May 30, 1945, Memorial Day, in Moscow, Idaho, the sixth of eight children born to Jay Vern and Fay Ellison Beck. In 1983, he married Necka Jean Pinotti, the love of his life; and, they were sealed in the Jordan River Temple in 1990. His early childhood years were spent in Moscow, Idaho, and State College, Pennsylvania, after which the family settled in Provo, Utah. He attended seventh grade in Sheffield, England, where his father served a sabbatical from his professorship at Brigham Young University. As a youngster, he excelled in French horn and tennis. In 1963 he graduated from Brigham Young University High School, and studied chemical engineering at Brigham Young University and at the University of Utah. He was a chemical engineer with DuPont in Wilmington, Delaware, with twelve years in Brazil. He then returned to the United States; and, at the time of his passing, was Chief Executive Officer of CycleSolv of Wilmington, Delaware. He was an avid tennis player and a member of the DuPont Country Club. He recently won the U.S. Tennis Association Senior League Championship. His life was marked by kindness and service to others, especially those who struggled. He enlisted in the National Guard where he served as a cook. A devoted and faithful member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Mr. Beck served as a missionary in the Brazilian South Mission between 1964 and 1966, where he gained a life-long love of the Brazilian people, to whom he returned often to visit. He has served as Elders Quorum President, High Councilor, bishop's counselor, and was in his fifth year as Bishop of the Christiana Ward at the time of his death. He is survived by his wife, Necka; father, Jay V. Beck (Pleasant Grove, Utah); sisters, Dorthene Richardson (Orem, Utah), Lynn McEwan (Cedar Hills, Utah), Jackie Foutz (Paradise Valley, Arizona), Bonnie Beck [BYH Class of 1966~H] Studdert (Alpine, Utah); brother, John Beck (Phoenix, Arizona); and by nieces and nephews who love their "Uncle David." A memorial service was held on Monday, September 11, 2006, in Newark, Delaware. Interment, Alpine Utah Cemetery, where graveside services were conducted on Wednesday, September 13, 2006. The family suggests contributions to the Christiana Ward Mission Fund, 23 N. Kings Croft Drive, Bear, Delaware 19701. [Provo Daily Herald, September 11, 2006.]

Beckwith, Jon
1244 W Seascape Drive
Gilbert, Arizona 85233 US

Jon and Linda Beckwith
  • Work: (480) 892-8176

Class of 1963. Jon Beckwith. Football, Wrestling, Chorus. Left mid-way through senior year. Two brothers & one sister also attended BYHS. Would like to obtain a copy of the 1963 Wildcat yearbook, if anyone has an extra one.

Bellows, Norma

Norma Bellows

Class of 1963. Norma Bellows. Pep Club, F.H.A.

Bissell, Anita
2371 Lovell Lake Rd.
Sandbornville, New Hampshire 03872 US

Anita Long

Class of 1963. Anita Bissell. Newspaper Editor-in-Chief. Anita Bissell. Thespians Vice President, F.H.A., Pep Club. Her parents are Dr. Harold J. and Ilene Affleck Bissell. Anita married ______ Long. Anita's older brother is H. Preston Bissell, BYH Class of 1956.

Blackburn, Richard H.

Richard Blackburn

Class of 1963. Richard H. Blackburn. Spanish Club, Seminary Graduate.

Bohn, Richard
1032 E. Deborah Drive
Bountiful, Utah 84010 US

Richard Bohn

Class of 1963. Richard Bohn. Drama, Band, Thespians, Model U.N., Safety Council, Seminary 4 years.

Brown, Leslie Dean
54 West 4600 North
Provo, Utah 84604-5522 US

Les Brown
  • Work: (801) 225-9986

Class of 1963. Leslie Dean (Les) Brown. 1963 BYH Student Body 2nd Vice President. Football, Spanish Club, Y Club, Chorus, Band, Seminary Graduate, Debate, Freshman Class Social Chair, Soph Class Social Chair, Model U.N., Preferred Man. BYU BS Political Science 1969. @2008

Burrup, Beverly Lynne
2103 S. 100 W.
Orem, Utah 84058 US

Beverly and Scott Zimmerman
  • Work: (801) 224-6477

Class of 1963. Beverly Burrup. Debate, Chorus, Soph Class Secretary, Homeroom Rep, F.H.A. Vice President, Wildcat Yearbook Copy Editor, Newspaper Copy Editor, Seminary 4 years, Pep Club, Model U.N., Honor Society, Thespians. BYU BA English & Teaching Certificate 1967. BYU PHD Instruction Sciences 1994. Married Scott Zimmerman. Associate Professor, BYU English Department. Alternate email: @2008

Burton, Ruth Elaine
930 E. 3400 N.
Ogden, Utah 84414-3207 US

Elaine and Dale Barnett
  • Work: (801) 782-3309

Class of 1963. Ruth Elaine Burton. Ladies Glee Club, Chorus, Seminary 4 years, Pep Club, F.H.A., Thespians. Married Dale G. Barnett. --@2005

Calder, Sally Joyce
2727 Allison Avenue
Manhattan, Kansas 66502-8010 US

Sally and Michael Bradshaw
  • Work: (785) 776-8393

Class of 1963. Sally Joyce Calder. Drama, Chorus, Junior Class Secretary, Thespians President, F.H.A., Seminary 4 years, Hi-Steppers, Spanish Club, Model U.N. BYU BA Home Economics Education 1967. Married Michael Bradshaw. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents: David Hamilton Calder and Kathleen Ellen Parry. Their children: David Parry Calder, of LaVerkin, Utah; John Richard Calder, of SLC, Utah; Milo David Calder, of SLC, Utah; Colleen Calder [BYH Class of 1956] (Jim) Marshall of Lyman, Wyoming; Suzanne Calder [BYH Class of 1957] (Jay) Liechty of Provo, Utah; and Sally Joyce Calder [BYH Class of 1963] (Michael) Bradshaw of Manhattan, Kansas. @2008

Cameron, Bruce Elliot

Cameron, Bruce Elliot
Corona, California US

Bruce and Carolyn Cameron

Class of 1963. Bruce Elliot Cameron. 1963 BYH Senior Class Social Chair. Basketball, Track, Baseball, Provo Daily Herald All-Region 2nd Team, Debate, Pep Band, Chorus, All State Band, Drama. BYU BA Sociology 1969. BYU MA Counseling & Guidance, 1971. He married Carolyn. Bruce was C.O.O. of Air Force Village West, a 600-resident continuing care retirement community (CCRC) in Riverside, California. @2010 ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Bruce Elliot Cameron, age 77, resident of Payson, Utah, passed away peacefully on October 17, 2022 in Provo, Utah. He was surrounded by family. Bruce was born in Payson, Utah on November 26, 1944 to J Elliot and Maxine Petty Cameron. Bruce graduated from B. Y. High in 1963, where he was a star basketball player. He then earned Bachelors and Masters degrees from BYU. Bruce served a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from 1964 to 1966 in the Southwest Indian Mission, Navajo speaking. Bruce moved to Southern California and worked in the nursing home industry for 45 years. He also served the Church on High Councils, in Bishoprics, and in many other callings, most recently as a service missionary. Bruce was known for his passion for music as both an arranger and a performer. It was a true source of joy in his life. As an avid sports enthusiast he enjoyed playing racquetball and rooting for his favorite teams. Go Cougars! Go Dodgers! Go LA Lakers! (pre-LeBron) Bruce's unshakeable faith in Jesus Christ, stubborn nature, and steadfast resilience helped him to overcome the many challenges in his life with quiet humility. His dedication to family was unwavering. His example will bless generations. He is survived by: his wife, Carolyn Thomas, of 37 years; his children, Christine Goodman, Lisa Atkinson, Cindy Cameron, Todd Cameron, Ryan Cameron, Shawn Cameron, and Heather Cramer; 2 stepchildren, Bryan Elliott and Neile Montgomery; 24 grandchildren; and 1 great-grandchild; as well as his mother, Maxine Petty Cameron, his brother, Kim (Melinda) Cameron, sister Kerry Lynn (Don) Herrin, brother Preston (Tami) Cameron, and foster brother Anthony (Brenda) Beyal. He was preceded in death by his father, J Elliot Cameron, and daughter Gena Cameron. Plans for a Celebration of Life are forthcoming. Condolences and memories may be shared with the family online at [Walker Sanderson Funeral Home, Provo, Utah, October 18, 2022.]

Christensen, Finn Vandborg

Christensen, Finn Vandborg
Orem, Utah

Finn and Jane Christensen

Class of 1963. Finn Vandborg Christensen. Basketball, Football, Baseball, Track, Y Club, All Region Basketball, All State Basketball, All State Football, Seminary 4th year, Spanish Club. Married Jane. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Finn Vandborg Christensen died July 15, 2004, after a short battle with cancer. He was born March 7, 1945, in Esbjerg, Denmark, to Gunnar and Paula Christensen. He immigrated to the U.S. at the age of three with his parents and younger brother. During his youth, Finn learned to excel in every interest of his life, including checkers, football, baseball, track, and especially basketball. Finn attended BY High, leading the Wildcats to a state basketball championship in 1963 in his senior year, while receiving all-state honors. Finn was called to serve an LDS mission in Copenhagen, Denmark, from 1964 to 1966. He also served in the United States Army Reserve, being discharged in September 1968. Finn loved sports, hard work, reading, and crossword puzzles. He was very disciplined and thrived on conquering any challenge placed in his path. He found great pride and joy in the rewards of a job well done. While working in the bowling industry, Finn developed a deep passion for the sport. He later became owner of his own lane resurfacing company and part owner of several bowling establishments. He was an avid bowler, receiving many awards and accolades for his accomplishments. After two marriages, Finn married Jane, on October 8, 1982, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Together, they enjoyed movies, animals, and traveling. He is survived by his loving wife, Jane; his son, Jared (Kami); his three brothers: Ole, Roy, Paul (Lori); sister, Jane; step-mother, Afton; and brother-in-law, Ken (Lis). He was preceded in death by his parents, Gunnar (2003) and Paula (1983); his infant son, Sean (1971); and sister, Lis (2003). At Finn's request, a private service was held for family and close friends. Other friends and family reminisced together at Miracle Bowl on Sunday, July 25th. [Published in the Provo Daily Herald, July 18, 2004.] HIS PARENTS: Gunnar Charles Christensen and Paula Vandborg Christensen, married in 1944 in Denmark. They immigrated to the United States in 1948 with their first two children. They had a total of six children, all raised in the Provo-Orem Area. Mother, Paula died in 1983, and father, Gunnar, next married Afton, then he died in 2003. The six children of Gunnar and Paula are: Finn Vandborg Christensen [BYH Class of 1963] (Jane) of Orem, Ole Vandborg Christensen [BYH Class of 1965] of Sandy, Lis Vandborg Christensen [BYH Class of 1967] (Kenneth B.) Larsen of Sandy, Roy Vandborg Christensen [BYH Class of 1969] of Spanish Fork, Paul Vandborg Christensen [BYH Class of 1971] of Phoenix, Arizona, and Jane Vandborg Christensen of Bloomfield, New Mexico. @2003

Christensen, Jed Dean
4257 Maher Street
Napa, California 94558-2273 US

Jed Christensen
  • Work: (707) 226-6650

Class of 1963. Jed Dean Christensen. Drama, Chorus, Boys State, Quill & Scroll, Seminary Graduate, Student Council, Model U.N. BYU BS Psychology 1970. Mr. Christensen was born March 11, 1945, in Salina, Utah. He graduated from Brigham Young University (BS Psychology 1970) and Arizona State University (MPA 1972). He served in the France/Switzerland Mission. He is married, has three children, and resided in Springfield, Virginia. The Christensen family now lives in Napa, California. Career in Corporate Finance, Asset Management. ~ ~ ~ ~ Nomination of Jed Dean Christensen To Be Director of the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement -- December 9, 1985. President Ronald Reagan today announced his intention to nominate Jed Dean Christensen to be Director of the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement, Department of the Interior. He would succeed John D. Ward. Mr. Christensen was Acting Director of the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement at the Department of the Interior. Prior to that he was Deputy Assistant Secretary for Water and Science at the Department of the Interior; staff assistant to the Commissioner, Bureau of Reclamation, Department of the Interior (1981 - 1984); finance and administrative services director for the city of Provo, UT (1979 - 1981); and budget officer in the office of the county manager, Clark County, NV (1977 - 1979). ~ ~ ~ ~ @2008

Clark, David Garn (1963)

Clark, David Garn (1963)
Highlands Ranch, Colorado US

David and Lisa Clark

Class of 1963. David G. Clark. 1963 BYH Senior Class President. Football, Wrestling, Y Club, Debate, Band, Junior Class President, Honor Society, Safety Council, Model U.N., Wildcat Yearbook Features Editor, Seminary Graduate, Chorus, Interpretive, Science Fair. His parents: Dr. DaCosta Clark and Hazel Jean Cook Clark [BYU Laboratory Elementary Faculty]. Their children: Laura Clark (Lynn) Stewart of Logan, Utah; D. Cecil [BYH Class of 1954] and Gaile Clark of Provo, Utah; Mary Clark [BYH Class of 1958~H] (Larry) Gill; and David G. [BYH Class of 1963] and Lisa Clark of Denver, Colorado. David: BYU BS Chemistry 1969. Jefferson Medical College - Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, MD 1974. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: David Garn Clark, M.D., husband, father and surgeon, passed away peacefully at his home on Saturday, February 10, 2007. Dr. Clark had practiced surgery in the South Denver Area for twenty-six years. A memorial service was held on Thursday, February 15, 2007 at the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 9800 Foothills Canyon Boulevard, Highlands Ranch, Colorado. The family suggested donations be made to Humanitarian Services at [Denver Newspaper Agency, February 14 and 15, 2007.]

Crockett, Margaret Ruth
1367 Diablo Drive
San Luis Obispo, California 93405 US

Peggy / Meg Crockett
  • Cell: 805-503-9878

Class of 1963. Peggy Crockett. Drama, Chorus, Thespians, Quill & Scroll, Newspaper Features Editor, Model U.N., Honor Society, F.H.A., Seminary Graduate, Poetry Award. BYU BS Political Science 1966. BYU MA Counseling & Guidance 1971. University of Tennessee at Knoxville, MS Interior Design 1976. In 1985 she married Frederick W. Clegg, and they have a son, Thomas Clegg, born 1987. She worked for Xerox Corporation 1982 - 2002 (with breaks) including 2 years on the Xerox Corporate Website. Meg has been an active volunteer in her communities. In Cupertino she was active in the local Boy Scout troop as Committee Chair. In San Luis Obispo she has been involved with the Botanical Garden, the Film Festival, the local NPR station. She held the job of President of Pacific Wildlife Care, a local wildlife rehabilitation organization, from 2013-2016, and she was a Board member of that organization from 2009-2017. In June of 2017 she was diagnosed with two kinds of cancer, and will be undergoing treatment through July of 2018, with remission of both expected. Her special interest in California native plants has evolved from her hiking and gardening. @2023

Curtis, JoAnn

Curtis, JoAnn
San Marcos, California US

JoAnn & Thomas Henderson

Class of 1963. Joann Curtis. F.H.A., Pep Club, Chorus, Seminary 4 years. JoAnn died in 1999 at age 54. JoAnn had a sister who also attended BYH: Karen Curtis Johnson, BYH Class of 1960. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: JoAnne Curtis Henderson JoAnne C. Henderson, age 54, died November 30, 1999 in Palomar Medical Center in San Marcos, CA. She was born January 27, 1945 in Payson, Utah. She was a homemaker and had resided in San Marcos for eight years. She graduated from Brigham Young High School, Provo, Utah, in the Class of 1963. Survived by husband, Thomas R. Henderson, San Marcos; sons, Robert J. Henderson, San Bruno, CA; William R. Henderson, Rohnert Park, CA; brothers, Jim Curtis, Sandy, UT; Carlyle Curtis, Corvallis, OR; sister, Janet Allan, Yorba Linda, CA. Memorial Service will be Wednesday, December 8, 1999 at 10:30 a.m. at Allen Brothers Mortuary, San Marcos Chapel. Inurnment, Wednesday, 2 p.m. at Ft. Rosecrans National Cemetery, San Diego, CA. (c) 1999 The Salt Lake Tribune. All rights reserved. Reproduced with the permission of Media NewsGroup, Inc. by NewsBank, Inc.

DeHart, Brian Jan

DeHart, Brian Jan
Sandy, Utah US

Brian and Marilyn DeHart

Class of 1963. Brian Jan DeHart. Football, Basketball, Y Club, Preferred Man, Track, Seminary Graduate. BYU BS Accounting 1970. Married Marilyn Dawn Matthews. His sister, Cathie DeHart Young, was a member of the BYH Class of 1965. @2010 ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Brian Jan DeHart, 1945 ~ 2019. Our beloved husband, father, and grandfather, Brian Jan DeHart, passed away on Monday, August 19, 2019, in Sandy, Utah. He was born on April 22, 1945, to Louis and Virginia DeHart in Provo, Utah. He spent his childhood years growing up on a farm in Payson, Utah. He later graduated from Brigham Young High School in the Class of 1963. He then served a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, in Holland. He met Marilyn Dawn Matthews while attending Brigham Young University. They were married in the Salt Lake Temple for time and all eternity, on June 7, 1968. Brian enjoyed spending time with his family and provided many fun and happy moments for them to be together. He served as an ordinance worker for over 18 years in the Jordan River Temple and considered it a great honor. In 2001 he and his wife started their own business, building and managing surgical centers for pediatric dentists. They ran it together, successfully, for many years. He was a hard worker whose dedication and service were an example to all who knew him. He loved adventure and enjoyed camping, jeeping, and white-water rafting. He had a creative mind and used it to build, design and create many projects around his home. His greatest project is a family retreat in Huntsville, Utah, where many happy weekends and holidays were spent with family and friends making precious memories that will be treasured forever. We love you Dad and you will be missed. He is survived by his wife Marilyn Dawn; sons, Thad (Rachel), Salt Lake City; Tyler (Amy), Alpine; Cale (Michelle), Bluffdale; Clint, St. George; daughters Krislyn (Bradley) Willden, Pleasant View; ShaRee (Ian) Hartman, Tulsa; brothers, Guy (Vonnie) DeHart, Dennis (Shirley) DeHart; sister-in-law, Jeannie DeHart; sisters, Lani (Joseph) West; brother-in-law, Lee Stewart; brother-in-law, Dave Young; sister-in-law, Sheryl DeHart; grandchildren, Darren, Dani, Drew, Layne, Hadley, Rye, Saylor, Hoyt, Taygin, Irelyn, Emery, Mercy, Brookstyn, Hayes, Shelby, Cy and Rhett. He was preceded in death by his parents; brothers, Craig DeHart, Hugh DeHart; sisters Cathy Young, Hali Stewart. A funeral service was held on Saturday, August 24, 2019 at the Crescent 24th Ward chapel, 275 E 10600 S. Sandy, Utah. [Deseret News August 21, 2019] Additional source.

Denham, Paul Lock
7895 South Elizabeth Way
Littleton, Colorado 80122-3317 US

Paul and Marcia Denham
  • Work: (303) 770-7160

Class of 1963. Basketball, Deseret News All Region 1st Team, Provo Herald All Region 2nd Team, Debate, Newspaper Sports Editor, Seminary Graduate, Boys State, Model U.N. BYU BS Political Science 1969. Married Marcia Healy. Paul and his family (four married kids) all live in the Denver area and are doing well. Paul is an executive for health services. Business address: Executive Officer, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, 1961 Stout Street Room 1076, Denver, Colorado 80294 - (303) 844-3372 @2008

Eckles, Sharon K.

Eckles, Sharon K.
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Sharon and Bruce Bradley

Class of 1963. Sharon K. Eckles. Girls Glee Club, Chorus, Seminary 4 years, Pep Club, Ski Club. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Sharon K. Eckles Bradley, Died October 11, 2018. Sharon K. Eckles Bradley was born in Provo, Utah. She attended Brigham Young High School, graduating in the Class of 1963. She then attended Brigham Young University. She was always very industrious, starting at a young age working at many different jobs to support her mother, including several management roles. She married her sweetheart, Bruce Dyer Bradley, and together they had three children. During their 46 years of marriage, they welcomed eight grandchildren, all of whom she adored. She taught them, nurtured them, and made every effort to cheer them on at their many performances and games—-rain or shine. Her love for children didn’t end there. She worked for several decades at Dilworth Elementary School as a computer lab teacher and testing administrator, where her kind and gentle teaching manner touched the lives of thousands of students. She lived and breathed service, whether in her volunteer capacities for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, or during the countless hours she spent crocheting many hundreds of hats and blankets for local hospitals and charities. Sharon had a great love for the holidays that she instilled in her entire family. This was often expressed through annual traditions that included pumpkin-carving parties, Easter egg hunts, and a year-long preparation for Christmas that ensured each child and grandchild received not one gift, but many, with every present reflecting Sharon’s thoughtful attention to each individual’s specific personality and interests. In the rare moments she wasn’t serving others, Sharon enjoyed driving her jeep with the top off and music blaring, watching British mysteries with her husband, and stopping to notice every beautiful moment of nature’s grace that she came across—hummingbirds were one of her favorites. She passed away October 11, 2018 after a brief but intense battle with cancer. In accordance with her long-standing instructions, a private graveside service is being held. Source.

Evans, Paul King
2546 Wilshire Circle
Salt Lake City, Utah 84109-1629 US

Paul and Theone Evans
  • Work: 801-487-2584
  • Cell: 801-792-8796

Class of 1963. Paul K. Evans. Track, Y Club, Debate, Ski Club President, Newspaper Sports Editor, Honor Society, Seminary Graduate. BYU BA Economics 1970. BYU BA Economics 1971, University of Utah MBA 1982, U of U MA Human Resources Management. Utah National Guard, 1963 to 1970. LDS Mission, South Africa, 1964 to 1967. Married, 1967, to Theone J. Reckas (Evans). They have four daughters - Margo, Leena, Kristen, Lauren. His business career has included banking, Sr. VP over HR, and marketing; law firm administration; hospital administration, marketing director; President, Williamsburg Securities; insurance; real estate. Currently he is consulting - home health and hospice services -- and is a ski instructor, Snowbird Mountain Resort (saved the best for last). @2008

Gerber, Janice
234 East 500 North
St. George, Utah 84770 US

Janice and Corrin Nielson
  • Work: (435) 635-7438

Class of 1963. Janice Gerber. Debate, Seminary 4 years, State F.H.A. Vice President, Pep Club, Freshman Class Secretary, Sophomore Vice President, Junior Social Chair, Homecoming Queen Attendant, Newspaper Co-Editor Feature Page, Wildcat Yearbook Clubs & Organizations Editor, Spanish Club, Quill & Scroll, Thespians. ~ ~ ~ ~ AS Psychology Dixie College 1967. BS Psychology Southern Utah University - Cedar City 1990. MS Psychology BYU 1994. PhD Psychology BYU 1999. ~ ~ ~ ~ Janice married Corrin G. Nielson. Lived for a while in Beijing, China, where Corrin and Janice both taught at Tsinghua University. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Author: The Divine Principles of Mothering. Author Biography: I was born and reared in Utah except for brief periods in Nevada when my father’s career in ranching took us to that state. I graduated from Brigham Young High School in Provo. Before my sophomore year in college was completed, I had met and married my husband, Corrin, and we left for a semester of study abroad in Salzburg, Austria, followed by some European travel. After returning home my life became centered in our growing family and we eventually had 12 children, though one daughter died in infancy. I continued my education through those years in small ways as time and circumstances permitted and by the time all the children were in school I began to focus more intently in that endeavor. Fortunately, the family participated willingly in my efforts and even sealed and stamped hundreds of letters that went out in my first field research study. Getting Mom through school was a family affair. Over time I completed an Associates degree at Dixie College, a B.S. degree at Southern Utah State College, and a Master’s and Ph.D. from Brigham Young University. In later years I taught some classes at Mojave Community College, Brigham Young University, and Dixie State College. After Corrin’s retirement we taught in the China Teacher’s Program sponsored by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints through the Kennedy Center at BYU, and enjoyed two separate years teaching in China’s universities. Presently, we live in northern Utah, where I research and write. The parallel experiences of continuing education, and the years of being an at-home mother, came together to make mothering my work and my passion and I continue to speak for and write about its divine importance in any way I can. The stories and insights I have received from other mothers have enlightened this subject, and I hope such participation will continue to contribute to our understanding of mothering. @2009 Alternate email:

Halliday, Ruth
780 E. Pinewood Drive
Sandy, Utah 84094-9244 US

Ruth and James Finch
  • Work: (801) 255-9198

Class of 1963. Ruth Halliday. 1963 BYH Wildcat Yearbook Editor. Girls Glee Club, Chorus, Freshman Class Social Chair, Pep Club, German Club, Seminary Graduate. BYU BA 1967 Elementary Education. Married James E. Finch, BYU BA English 1966, BYU MPA 1978, Utah Department of Workforce Services, Director of UI. @2008

Hansen, Linda Rae

Hansen, Linda Rae
Dallas, Oregon US

Linda and Dale Jordan

Class of 1963. Linda Rae Hansen. Drama, Girls Glee Club, Chorus, Pep Club, Seminary 4 years, F.H.A., Thespians. BYU BA Speech & Drama 1968. Married Dale A. Jordan. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Dallas, Oregon - Linda Hansen Jordan, 73, a resident of Dallas died Friday, April 19, 2019. She was born April 24, 1945 in Salt Lake City, Utah the second oldest daughter born to Betty Mae Kotter Hansen and Harold I. Hansen, raised in Provo. She attended Brigham Young High School, graduating in the Class of 1963. Linda then attended Brigham Young University in Theatre Arts, where she received a BA degree. She married Dale Arthur Jordan on August 4, 1969 in Salt Lake Temple. In August, they would have been married 50 years. For over 20 years, Linda taught and mentored children in the Dallas School District. She had a special gift to reach out, love, and lift those children with learning challenges. Her efforts will forever be remembered by her students. She loved spending time with family, especially at the coast where she loved to watch the waves and smell the ocean. She was a member of the Cooper Hollow Ward of The Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-day Saints in Dallas, Oregon. She loved her family including her husband Dale, son Jess (Eralee) Jordan, treasured five grandchildren Jeran, Claire, Maren, Josey and Steen. Also surviving are sister Leslie (Robert) Brown, Betty (Bill) Gibbons, Patti (Craig) Phillips. Viewing was at 10 am, followed by the funeral service at 11 am, both on Tuesday, April 23rd in The Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-day Saints in Dallas. A graveside service will begin at 11 am Saturday, April 27, 2019 in the Eastlawn Memorial Hills Cemetery in Provo. The Dallas Mortuary Tribute Center is caring for the family. To leave a message or memory for the family please go to [StatesmanJournal, Dallas, Oregon, April 23, 2019]

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