Class of 1963 H.S.



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Short, Edward
179 Hudson Street
Redwood City, California 94062 US

Edward Short
  • Work: (650) 367-8875

Class of 1963. Edward Short. Drama, Band, Ski Club, Seminary 4 years.Short, Edw W, 179 Hudson St, Redwood City, CA 94062-1919 - (650) 367-8875 ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: V. Frank Short and Lillian Lowe Short. Their children included: Marjory Short [BYH Class of 1954] Morrill; Valrie Jean Short [BYH Class of 1957] Simons; Edward Short [BYH Class of 1963]; and Stanley Short. @2005

Simmons, Mary Ann
1040 North 60 East
American Fork, Utah 84003-1224 US

Ann and David Creer
  • Work: (801) 756-3733

Class of 1963. Ann Simmons (Mary Ann). Debate, Quill & Scroll President, Homeroom Rep, Newspaper, Girls State, Seminary Graduate, F.H.A., Honor Society, Model U.N. BYU BS Homemaking Education 1968. Married David Creer. @2008

Smith, Carolyn Laraine (1963)
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Carolyn Smith

Class of 1963. Carolyn Laraine Smith.

Smith, Craig R.
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Craig Smith

Class of 1963. Craig R. Smith. Spanish Club, Science Club, Chorus, Seminary 4 years.

Smith, Olivia Lea
1596 North 1400 East
Lehi, Utah 84043 US

Olivia and Charles Baird
  • Work: (801) 766-6474

Class of 1963. Olivia Lea Smith. Speech, F.H.A., Safety Council Vice President, Thespians, Freshman Class Outstanding Student, Honor Society, Homeroom Rep, Hi-Steppers, Seminary Graduate. BYU BS Elementary Education 1968. Married Charles A. Baird. Her parents: Dr. Oliver R. Smith and Barbara McKay [BYH Class of 1939] Smith. Barbara and Oliver had five daughters and three sons: Barbara Kay Smith [BYH Class of 1961] Rytting (J. Howard Rytting) of Lawrence, Kansas; Olivia Lea Smith [BYH Class of 1963] Baird (Charles A. Baird) of Lehi; Kenneth McKay Smith [BYH Class of 1965] (JoAnne King) of Mesa, Arizona; Ronald McKay Smith [BYH Class of 1967] (Colleen Johnson) of Orem; Rebecca Smith Snyder [BYH Class of 1970] (Richard L. Snyder) of Tillamook, Oregon; Deborah Smith Annis of Provo; Dorothy Smith Gillespie (John K. Gillespie) of Orem; and Richard McKay Smith (Cindy Naylor) of North Salt Lake. --@2005. @2008

Stewart, Mary Ellen
419 Ashburton Place
Glendale, California 91206-3102

Mary Ellen & Lowell Jamison
  • Work: (818) 244-5280

Class of 1963. Mary Ellen Stewart. Debate, Drama, Chorus, Newspaper Editor, Girls State, Freshman Class Vice President, Honor Society, Thespians, Seminary Vice President & 4 years, Wildcat Yearbook Class & Administration Editor, F.H.A. State Representative, Spanish Club, Pep Club, Model U.N., Forensics, Homeroom Rep, Outstanding Service Award for English. BYU BA English 1968. Married Lowell T. Jamison. @2008

Stone, Sharleen

Stone, Sharleen
2547 North 1060 East
Provo, Utah 84604-4124 US

Sharleen and Dick Thomas
  • Work: (801) 375-3330

Class of 1963. Sharleen Stone. 1962 Head Varsity Cheerleader. 1963 Senior Class Secretary. Drama, Chorus, Seminary Graduate, F.H.A., Wildcat Yearbook, Honor Society, Pep Club President, Ski Club, Homecoming Queen Attendant, Miss Friendly. BYU BS Elementary Education 1967. Cougar Marching Band. Married Dr. Richard Milton Thomas, BYH Class of 1963. @2008

Tangren, Kim [Michael Kim or K. M.]

Tangren, Kim [Michael Kim or K. M.]
Idaho Falls, Idaho US

Kim & Sally Tangren

Class of 1963. Kim Tangren [Michael Kim or K.M. Tangren]. Baseball. Married Lois "Sally" Shepherd. @2008 ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: M. "Kim" Tangren 1945 - 2014. Michael "Kim" Tangren, 68, of Idaho Falls, Idaho, passed away Monday, August 4, 2014, at his home. He was born October 12, 1945, in Provo, Utah, and was legally adopted by Hyrum Aryel Tangren and Iretta Hall Tangren. He grew up in Provo and graduated from BY High School in 1963. Kim attended Brigham Young University, where he studied law enforcement. He was a member of the Springville, Utah, National Guard Unit. On Sept. 5, 1972, he married Lois Sally Shepherd in the Provo Utah Temple. Besides living in Provo, they lived in Payson and Santaquinn, Utah, before moving to Idaho Falls. Kim was a member of the Idaho Falls Police Department for 27 years before retiring in 2000. Kim had a special interest in old cars. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather and uncle. The family would like to thank the staff at Teton Cancer Institute, Teton Cancer radiology department and OneSource Home Health and Hospice for their tender, loving care of Kim. Kim is survived by his wife, Lois "Sally" Tangren of Idaho Falls; sons, Derek (Sunny) Tangren of Springville, Utah, and David Tangren of Idaho Falls; grandsons, Hyrum, Noah, Eli and Isaac Tangren of Springville, Utah; a brother-in-law, Jim (Susan) Shepherd of West Valley City, Utah; six nephews; and two nieces. Besides his parents, Kim was preceded in death by two sisters. Memorial services were held on Friday, Aug. 8, at Coltrin Mortuary, 2100 First St. in Idaho Falls, with Doug Crabtree officiating. Inurnment, Evergreen Cemetery in Springville, Utah. In lieu of flowers, the family suggested memorial contributions be made to the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #6, 605 N. Capitol Ave., Idaho Falls, ID 83402. Condolences may be sent to the family online at www.coltrinmortuary.com. [Idaho Falls Post Register, August 6, 2014]

Taylor, George Terry
1376 North 1350 West
Provo, Utah 84604-6000

George and Debra Taylor
  • Work: (801) 373-5417

Class of 1963. George T. Taylor. 1963 BYH Student Body 1st Vice President. Drama, Forensics, Band, Chorus, Freshman Class President, Boys State, Seminary Graduate, Outstanding Seminary Student Award, Thespians. BYU BA History 1969. BYU MBA 1971. BYU Doctor of Educational Administration 1987. Married Debra S. Wagstaff. He served as President, Nevada Las Vegas LDS Mission, early 1990s. Also Associate Administrative Director of Missionary Training at the Missionary Training Center in Provo. Dr. George T. Taylor. His parents: Lynn Dixon Taylor and former BYH faculty member Celestia Marguerita Johnson Taylor. OBITUARY OF SON: Allen Craig Taylor, born February 9, 1979, died in an automobile accident on Wednesday, December 3, 1997. He was an active member of the LDS Church, serving as an elder of the BYU 89th Ward. He had received his Eagle Scout award. Allen was currently attending BYU as a Freshman, majoring in fine arts. He loved sports, art, drama, and music. He formed a band, wrote many songs and gave several public performances. He loved to paint and also create large art pieces out of discarded metals, etc. At the time of his death, he was employed by the BYU Bookstore doing art framing. Allen will be remembered for his ability to make those around him enjoy his companionship. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends. Allen is survived by his parents, George T. Taylor and Debra S. Wagstaff Taylor of Provo; grandparents: Douglas S. and Bonnie J. Wagstaff, Sandy; two brothers and two sisters: David Lynn Taylor, George Terry Taylor II, AnnaLise Kochel, and Amy Jean Taylor. Allen was preceded in death by an older brother, Douglas Dixon Taylor. Funeral services were held Monday, December 8, 1997, in Provo. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. [Deseret News, Saturday, December 6, 1997.] Alternate Address: George Taylor, Dir. MTC Training Support, 18M 152 MTC, Provo, Utah 84602 - 801-422-6954

Thomas, Richard Milton

Thomas, Richard Milton
2547 N 1060 E
Provo, Utah 84604-4124 US

Dick and Sharleen Thomas
  • Work: 801-374-9625
  • Home: (801) 375-3330

Class of 1963. Richard Milton Thomas. Basketball, Football, Baseball, Track, Y Club, Outstanding Baseball Player, All Region Basketball Award, All State Basketball, Boys State, Spanish Club, Seminary 4 years. Married Sharleen Stone, BYH Class of 1963. BYU BS Zoology 1971. Dr. Richard M. Thomas, MD, surgeon, mostly practicing out of Utah Valley Hospital. Work address: Richard M. Thomas, MD, 3550 N University Avenue, Suite 250, Provo, Utah 84604 -(801) 374-9625. @2010

Thornley, Linda
1198 Lambert
El Monte, California 91732

Linda Barney

Class of 1963. Thespians, Band. Alternate address: Matthew Barney, 11567 Cherrylee Dr., El Monte, CA 91732-1012 - (626) 279-2152 @2005.

Van Wagenen, Paul Gerrit
3244 Chevy Chase
Houston, Texas 77019-3210 US

Paul and Jeanine Van Wagenen
  • Home: 713-520-4594

Class of 1963. Paul G. Van Wagenen. 1963 BYH Student Body Historian. Debate, Band, Band Manager, Pep Band Director, Honor Society President, Newspaper Sports Editor, High School Bowl Team, Boys State, KOVO Reporter, Youth Senate Representative, Drama, Quill & Scroll, Science Club, Model U.N., Seminary 4 years. BYU BA Political Science 1970. Parents: Dean E. and Belle de Jong Van Wagenen of Provo. Van Wagenen graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1963, received his BA from BYU in 1970, and his JD from the University of Washington in 1973. His wife: Jeanine M. Van Wagenen. ~ ~ ~ ~ Prior to joining Pogo in 1979, he worked for Exxon in a variety of capacities in its Anchorage, Houston, Midland, New Orleans and New York offices. Paul has been with Pogo since 1979 when he became the company's first in-house attorney. In April 1982 he was promoted to vice president and general counsel and in January 1986 became senior vice president. He had been a director of the company since 1988, and was appointed Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Pogo Producing Co., a Houston-based oil and gas exploration company, in October 1990. His appointment came during a special meeting of the board of directors. Van Wagenen succeeded William C. Liedtke Jr., Pogo founder, who later died on March 1, 1991. Paul G. Van Wagenen, Chairman of the Board, President, Chief Executive Officer, Director at Pogo Producing Company, Houston, Texas. Energy / Oil & Gas Operations. Director since 1988. 65 years old (2010). Van Wagenen was Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Company since 1991. He also served as the Chairman of the Executive Committee. Mr. Van Wagenen was a member of the All-American Wildcatters and was a member of the National Petroleum Council. He served as a member of the Executive Committee of the board of directors of the Greater Houston YMCA. He was on the Executive Committee of the board of directors of the National Ocean Industries Association. He was also a director of the Domestic Petroleum Council and a member of the Executive Committee of the U.S. Oil & Gas Association. He was an active member of the Texas Independent Producers and Royalty Owners Association, the Center for Strategic and International Studies-Houston Roundtable, and the Greater Houston Partnership. ~ ~ ~ ~ November 6, 2007, Houston: Plains Exploration & Production Company (NYSE: PXP) Completes Acquisition of Pogo Producing Company. Plains Exploration & Production Company announced that PXP and Pogo Producing Company (NYSE: PPP) ("POGO") stockholders approved the transaction at their respective stockholder meetings earlier today and the acquisition has closed. Each Pogo stockholder will receive cash, shares of PXP common stock, or a combination of both, subject to the election and allocation procedures described in the joint proxy statement/prospectus. The value of the merger consideration to be received with respect to each share of Pogo common stock will be equal to $58.48 based on the ten trading day average closing sales prices of PXP common stock ending on the fifth day before the merger. PXP issued approximately 40 million shares of common stock and paid approximately $1.5 billion in cash. Total shares outstanding are approximately 113 million. For financial reporting purposes the acquisition is effective November 6, 2007. Mr. Thomas A. Fry, III and Dr. Charles G. Groat, both former members of the Pogo Board of Directors, will join the PXP Board. Mr. James C. Flores will remain the Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer and PXP's current management, including its executive staff Winston M. Talbert, Executive Vice President & CFO, Doss R. Bourgeois, Executive Vice President Exploration & Production, and John F. Wombwell, Executive Vice President and General Counsel, will continue in their current capacities. PXP is an independent oil and gas company primarily engaged in the upstream activities of acquiring, developing, exploiting, exploring and producing oil and gas in its core areas of operation: California, Rockies, Permian Basin, Texas Panhandle, South Texas and the Gulf Coast region of the United States. PXP is headquartered in Houston, Texas. SOURCE: Plains Exploration & Production Company. ~ ~ ~ ~ Memories of Law School Inspire Van Wagenen Scholarship in 2009. Inspired by how a much-needed scholarship helped make the dream of law school a reality, University of Washington School of Law alumnus Paul G. Van Wagenen '73 made a gift establishing The Paul G. Van Wagenen Endowed Scholarship at the UW School of Law. "One of the oldest existing endowed scholarships at the law school is named for William Wallace Wilshire," said Van Wagenen, retired chairman and CEO of Pogo Producing Company in Houston, Texas. "I received one of those scholarships, and now I can assist a new generation to get a good legal education." Immediately after graduating, Van Wagenen joined the law department of Exxon where his experience in oil and gas exploration included contract and transactional work, joint ventures, litigation, and federal administrative law and governmental relations. He joined Pogo Producing Company five years later to head the legal department and rose to the position of chairman and CEO. Now retired, Van Wagenen credits much of his success to "the good legal education I received at the law school." "For more than 60 years, the Wilshire scholarship helped so many students," he said. "Now I can continue in that tradition." [November 2009] ~ ~ ~ ~ Alternate address: Paul Van Wagenen, PO Box 27984, Houston TX 77227. @2010

Walker, LeeRen L
9208 J R Way
Middleton, Idaho 83644 US

LeeRen Walker
  • Work: (208) 585-9737

Class of 1963. LeeRun L. Walker. Chorus, Preferred Man, Seminary 4 years. BYU MED Counseling & Guidance, 1979. LeeRun L. Walker, Attorney at Law. @2008

Walker, Myron Glen

Walker, Myron Glen
Orem, Utah US

Myron and Iva June Walker

Class of 1963. Myron Glen Walker. Drama, Chorus, Seminary 4 years. BYU BA Broadcasting & Film Production 1970. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Myron Glenn Walker, 61, passed away February 20, 2007, in Orem, Utah, from a courageous battle of brain cancer. Myron was born March 1, 1945, to Cyril F. Walker and Raisa V. Weeter Walker in American Fork, Utah. He graduated from BY High in the Class of 1963. He served in the LDS Alaskan - Canadian Mission. He married Iva June Barrett on June 3, 1969, in the Salt Lake Temple. He graduated from BYU with a Masters in Communication. He is survived by his loving wife, Iva June and children; Karen Walker (Dennis) Adams, Utah; Kimberly Walker (Dana) Wise, Arkansas; Chris (Vicki) Walker, Arizona; Angela Walker, Utah; Michelle (Eric) Zebley, Arkansas; Suzanne (Ryan) Lawrence, Utah; David (Tiffany) Walker, Pennsylvania; 11 grandchildren: Derek, McKay, Joshua, Newell, Kate, Spencer, T.J., Ryan, Seth, Hannah, Madison; brothers, Otho (Rita) Walker, New Mexico; Cody (Kalene) Walker, Nevada; sisters, Jeris Walker [BYH Class of 1968] (Mike) Paddock, Hawaii; and Veone Walker (Jesse) Kallbacka, Utah. Funeral services were held Monday, February 26, 2007, at the Timpview 2nd Ward Chapel in Orem. Interment, Orem City Cemetery. [Provo Daily Herald, February 23, 2007.]

Wolsey, Sharlene

Wolsey, Sharlene
Orem, Utah US

Sharlene and Paul Thomas

Class of 1963. Sharlene Wolsey. Band, Chorus, Safety Council, Newspaper Exchange Editor, F.H.A., Seminary 4 years. BYU 1967. Married Paul Thomas. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Sharlene Wolsey Thomas, our loving mother, grandmother and friend, passed away January 26, 2012, and was reunited with the love of her life, Paul. She was born November 9, 1945 in Provo, Utah to Robert Bruce Wolsey and Lyle Sharpe Wolsey. She married Paul Michael Thomas on September 26, 1969 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He preceded her in death on December 30, 2008. Sharlene was raised in Provo, and graduated from BY High in 1963. She was a member of the LDS Church, and had served in many ways, and provided service to others throughout the years, as ward chorister, Compassionate Service Leader, and she and her husband taught Temple Prep classes, and also hosted many Temple Firesides. Sharlene and Paul were members of the "Sweetheart Chain" Square Dancing Club. She loved crafts of all types, and always looked forward to her annual Chautauqua Craft Camp in Tooele. Sharlene is survived by her children: Stephen (Shannon) Thomas of Spanish Fork; David (Kim) Thomas of Pleasant Grove; Robert (Heidi) Thomas of Eagle Mountain; Rachel (Pate) Palepale of Lehi; and Wendy (Soni) Palepale of Orem; 16 grandchildren; two brothers and a sister; Bruce (Shanna) Wolsey of Wyoming; Marilyn (Steve) Johnson of Lindon; and Howard (Evelyn) Wolsey of Provo. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, a brother, Robert, and a sister, Sherry. The family would like to thank all of the healthcare providers that have cared for our mother through the years, with a special thanks to Alpha Homecare and Stonehedge Rehab. Funeral services will be held Monday, January 30, 2012, at 11:00 a.m., in the Geneva Heights 6th Ward LDS Chapel, 590 North 900 West, Orem. Friends may call at the Berg Mortuary of Orem, 500 North State Street, from 6-8 p.m., or Monday, at the Ward Chapel, one hour prior to services. Interment, Orem City Cemetery. Condolences may be sent to info@bergmortuary.com [Provo Daily Herald, Saturday, January 28, 2012]

Wright, Maren
1105 Rosemont Avenue
Frederick, Maryland 21701 US

Maren and James Voss
  • Work: (301) 874-5996

Class of 1963. Maren Wright. BYU BS Psychology 1991. Married James Voss. @2008

Yorgason, Brenton G.

Yorgason, Brenton G.
Provo, Utah US

Brent and Margaret Yorgason

Class of 1963. Brent Yorgason. 1963 BYH Student Body Business Manager. Football, Basketball, Track, Y Club, Debate, Band, Chorus, Junior Class Vice President, Seminary 4 years. Counselor / Therapist / Psychologist. BYU BS Sociology 1970. BYU MS Child Development & Family Relations 1973. BYU PHD Family Studies 1981. ~ ~ ~ ~ Dr. Brent Yorgason; Birth name: Brenton G. Yorgason. One of the most popular authors ever to write for the Latter-day Saint fiction market. Frequent collaborator with his brother Blaine Yorgason [BYH Class of 1961]. Co-author with his brother Blaine of the novel, Chester, I Love You, which was adapted to the TV movie, The Thanksgiving Promise (1986), directed by and starring Beau Bridges. Other books by Brent Yorgason include: The Carpenters Son; All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Primary; Discovering Lifes Treasures; Cherished Intimacy; Dating; From Darkness into Light; Grandmas Apple Tree; The Last Stagecoach Robbery; Little Known Evidences of the Book of Mormon; On Wings of Love; Paradise Creek: A Love Story That Will Capture Your Heart; Quiet Miracles : a true story of love and courage; Romance in Marriage: Spicing It Up; Seven Days for Ruby; Spiritual Survival in the Last Days; Standing Tall: The Shawn Bradley Story; The Garrity Test; The Soderberg Saga; The Wings of Words; Writing and Publishing a Book Made Easy; Ty: The Ty Detmer Story; Understanding Deaths Passage: A Companion to Grandmas Apple Tree. Parents: John Gayle Yorgason and Lucretia Maude Copley Yorgason, Fountain Green. BRENT & MARGARET YORGASON: Brenton and Margaret Yorgason have lectured extensively in the area of marriage and the family. Previous to this writing, they co-authored Dirty Socks and Shining Armor, a story about King Arthur and his family, several years after Camelot. Margaret is a devoted homemaker. As an accomplished violinist, she works with her children to help them develop their musical talents. She has co-authored several clip-art books, as well as a children's coloring dictionary. Brenton received a Ph.D. in family studies, with a doctoral minor in marriage and family therapy. He has been a practicing therapist, and, as a member of the National Speaker's Association, he is renowned as a keynote speaker. Brenton has authored or co-authored eighty-five books, with total sales of well over one million copies. Brenton and Margaret have nine children and ten grandchildren and reside in Provo, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ FAMILY: His parents: John Gayle Yorgason and Beatrice Copley, married July 31, 1941. Following Beatrice's untimely death, John married Beatrice's younger sister, Lucy Copley, on January 9, 1952. Their children include: Marilyn Yorgason (Ron) Eliston; Gary Yorgason [BYH Class of 1961] (Teresa); Blaine Yorgason [BYH Class of 1961] (Kathy); Judy Yorgason [BYH Class of 1962] Ostermiller; Brenton Yorgason [BYH Class of 1963] (Margaret); Valerie Yorgason [BYH Class of 1968] (Edward) Platt; and Gregory Yorgason [BYH Class of 1972] (Kristine). @2010 ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Brenton Gayle Yorgason, age 71, was surrounded by family as he passed away on the October 28, 2016 from Parkinson's with Lewy Body Dementia. He had a full and joyous life and was loved by many. He was born May 25, 1945 in Mt. Pleasant, Utah to Gayle and Beatrice Yorgason (siblings: Judy, Blaine, Valerie, Greg, Marilynn and Gary). Brent grew up in Nephi, Utah and Provo, Utah. In high school he was business manager, on the track team and co-captain of the football team. He graduated from historic BY High in the Class of 1963. He then served an LDS mission in Florida and Puerto Rico. Brent attended BYU where he met "the love of his life," Margaret Yates. They had a whirlwind courtship and married in the Manti Temple. Soon after he was activated in the Army and sent to Vietnam where he was awarded the distinctive "Soldier of the Month." While there, he was set apart as a special missionary and taught the gospel to many comrades. Returning home to his sweetheart he completed his Bachelor's, Masters, and PhD in Family Science with a minor in Marriage and Family Therapy. He spent several years teaching Seminary, and taught in the Family Science department at BYU. His greatest love was teaching the youth of the Church. His training enabled him to counsel and coach countless people through difficult times. He was never too busy to respond to the needs of others. He served as Bishop twice and as 1st counselor in the Sandy Granite Stake Presidency. Brent was most well-known as a prolific author and renowned speaker. He wrote and published 105 books, over 40 of which were biographies. He enjoyed writing many books with his brother Blaine. The paintings they did together were used as the cover of many of their books. He loved to include others as co-authors, especially his wife Margaret as they laughed, wept and worked together. He spoke nationally to a wide audience and loved meeting people wherever he went, inspiring others to become their best self. A self-proclaimed workaholic, he had an entrepreneurial spirit and started many companies, from bookstores to real estate to movie production. He loved reading biographies of the greats, almost as much as he loved writing them. One of his greatest joys was reading in the quiet pre-dawn hours. As an Eagle Scout himself, he had his own Eagle's Nest with his seven sons. Proud of his service as a veteran, he was a true patriot to his country. He proved to be a die-hard BYU Cougar fan, serving as National Cougar Club President. In recent years, he fought Lewy Body Dementia or as Margaret describes it "our battle with Lewy!" Even amidst this struggle, he continued to lift others with his unpredictable humor. Brent will be greatly missed by his wife Margaret, his 9 children: Jason (Beth), Aaron (Susan), Jeremy (Cheri), Joshua (Elena), Jen (Paul Thatcher), Don (Teresa), Dave (Holly), Jordan (Marianne), and Angela (Joseph Higbee), his 39 grandchildren, and by his car which he endearingly named "The Holy Cow". We express deep gratitude to Brent's caregivers and comrades at the Central Utah VA Home in Payson. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m., Saturday November 5, 2016 at the LDS Chapel located at 1550 S. 1100 W. Lehi, UT. A viewing will be held Friday evening from 6-8 p.m. at the same church and Saturday prior to services from 9-10:45 a.m. Internment will be in the Yorgason Family Cemetery, Fountain Green, UT at 3:15 p.m. Funeral Directors, Anderson Funeral Home Nephi, UT www.andersonfh1866.com [Deseret News, November 2, 2016]

Zemp, Brian Lynn

Zemp, Brian Lynn
Provo, Utah

Brian Zemp

Class of 1963. Brian L. Zemp. Track, Tennis, Drama, Homeroom Rep, Thespians, Wildcat Yearbook Business Manager, Newspaper Photo Editor, Seminary 4 years, KOVO Reporter, Spanish Club, Science Club. BYU BA Political Science 1971. Born June 1, 1945 in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. Died January 28, 2000 in Utah. His parents: Lynn Hurst Zemp and Lila Naomi LeBaron.

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