Class of 1980~K~Honorary


Alphabetical Alumni
411, Class of 1969 to 1980

411, Class of 1969 to 1980

Ghost Classes of BYH 411

When Brigham Young High School was closed in 1968, that action affected many students from K ~ 11th Grade who had planned to attend and graduate from BY High. They were all forced to leave and complete their secondary educations elsewhere. At the request of many who were students in those years, the classes of 1969 through 1980 have been added to this directory as honorary alumni of BY High School. Sometimes called the "Ghost Classes of BY High", all of them -- K through 11 -- were included in the historic final BYH Wildcat Yearbook published in 1968, along with the final graduating class of 1967-1968. Those particularly marked as "Honorary" left a year or more before the 1967-1968 school year.

Boshard, Robb
383 West Sweet Corn Dr
Lehi, Utah 84043-8233 US

Robb Boshard
  • Work: (801) 768-8294

Class of 1980. Robbie (Robb) Boshard.

Brown, Laurie
927 East 110 South
Lindon, Utah 84042 US

Laurie Hasson
  • Work: (801) 785-1800

Class of 1980. Laurie Brown. BYU 1984. She married ______ Hasson.

Burr, Brett

Brett Burr

Class of 1980. Brett Burr. [male]

Burton, Edward A.
2258 NE Jamie Drive
Hillsboro, Oregon 97124 US

Ted Burton

Class of 1980. Ted Burton. BYU BS Applied Physics 1988.

Covey, Stephen M. R. Jr.
2460 North Canyon Road
Provo, Utah 84604 US

Stephen Covey
  • Work: (801) 373-3939

Class of 1980. Stephen M. R. Covey, Jr. BYU BA American Studies 1985.

Darais, Damon A.
1338 North 730 East
Pleasant Grove, Utah 84062 US

Damon Darais
  • Work: (801) 785-5903

Class of 1980. Damon A. Darais (misspelled Darias in 1968 Wildcat yearbook). BYU BS Electrical Engineering Technology 1991.

Davis, William

Bill Davis

Class of 1980. Bill Davis. [TM]

Hailes, Irene [Ricks,]

Hailes, Irene [Ricks,]
Provo, Utah US

Irene and Eldin Ricks

Faculty and Staff, Training School up through May 1968. Irene Hailes Ricks. BYU Elementary Kindergarten teacher. BYU 1946. She married Eldin Ricks. Their children included: Harold L. Ricks [BYH Class of 1968], Orem, Utah; Marjorie Ricks [BYH Class of 1970] (James C.) Swindler, Draper, Utah; Dennis Ricks; and Stanford Ricks. @2011 ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Irene Hailes Ricks - An Amazing Woman & Born Teacher. Irene Hailes Ricks, lived among us over 101 years going strong" anxiously engaged in a good cause, and [did] many things of [her] own free will" (D&C 58:27). Instead of rusting out, she wore out. She died peacefully at her home on Tuesday, October 4, 2011. Those who knew her well, knew that she was a true "Iron woman." Her life was centered around family, friends, faith, BYU, all things Blue and White, and always-a Project. The secret to her long and productive life. She "Always looked on the bright side of life" and never slowed down. She traveled the world up until just the past few years. Since she hit the ripe old age of 60, both with Eldin and friends, she traveled to North, South and Central America, the Amazon, Asia, led tours to the Middle East and most of Europe. She exercised her mind, body, and spirit every day. She was careful about what she ate and drank. She read and learned constantly, emailed regularly, learned how to "Friend" her nieces, nephews, and grandchildren and received a notice recently from Facebook that she was the oldest living person with an active Facebook account -in the world! She got up every morning with a plan in mind and the determination to see it through to the end. A BYU season ticket holder since 1949, she never left a game 1 minute early-win or lose-no matter how lopsided the score or inclement the weather, much to her not quite so loyal son's dismay! The Cougar Club has lost one of their greatest fans. Born June 10, 1910 in Portsmouth, England, she was the oldest of 7 children born to John Charles Hailes and Nellie Warwick Hailes. Her parents, enduring much opposition, joined The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and immigrated to Zion, Salt Lake City, in July 1911 via steamship, 1 year before the Titanic sailed, bringing their baby, Irene, with them. Her father asked to be released from the British Royal Navy, giving up a promising career, but, unable to be far from the water, he built a home on the Jordan River on California Avenue and worked at the Magna smelter. Her first memory was walking down a long hall in a white dress when she was 15 months old to be sealed to her parents in the Salt Lake Temple. She was proud to be raised amongst the "salt of the earth" in The Cannon Ward, Pioneer Stake. From her childhood she always wanted to be a teacher. She put herself through college working for 19 cents an hour and "was glad to have the job". She received her degree in Elementary Education from the University of Utah (aka "the school to the North") in 1932. She taught elementary school for ten years at the Douglas School in Salt Lake City. She then joined the Navy WAVES in 1943 as a flight trainer in the Link Department. She enthusiastically organized LDS MIA groups wherever she went. At the end of WWII she served on the LDS servicemen's committee where she met Eldin Ricks. Describing Eldin, a friend told Irene, he is "Six foot two, eyes of blue, too religious for me, but just right for you." Eldin began teaching religion at BYU in 1946. Meanwhile, Irene enrolled at BYU to pursue not one but two degrees, a master's in education and a Mrs. She fell in love with Provo, BYU, and Eldin. She received the Mrs. degree when they married three years later in 1949. They had four children: Harold, Marjorie, Dennis, and Stanford. Over the next twenty-five years she continued teaching Kindergarten at BYU Laboratory Elementary School, Cascade Elementary, and several other schools. Irene served in many church callings and positions including on the YWMIA general board from 1946 - 1963. Because of her desire to share her love for hiking, x-country skiing, and the outdoors, she helped to organize the YW Camp program. She also served on the Church Correlation Committee from 1967 - 1971 where she assisted writing Primary lessons. Irene and Eldin served a mission in London, England at the LDS Genealogical Library in 1985 - 1986. She served for many years as a volunteer in the Family History library at BYU. Irene's retirement since 1975 was spent in compiling over 10 volumes of Ricks and Hailes family history, attending BYU sporting and social events, organizing family reunions and enjoying her ever growing family consisting of twenty-three grandchildren and seventeen great-grandchildren. and counting. Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m., Saturday, October 8, 2011 at the Oak Hills 7th Ward Chapel, 1038 North 1200 East, Provo. Friends may call at the Berg Mortuary of Provo, 185 East Center Street, Friday evening from 4:30-7:00 p.m. and at the church Saturday from 1:30-2:45 p.m. prior to services. Interment, East Lawn Memorial Hills, Provo. Coincidentally, Irene's Day of Celebration will be capped off by the BYU Homecoming Football game that evening. She will there "Rise and Shout" one more time before making her way to an even more glorious Homecoming with her Heavenly Father, beloved husband, daughter, parents, brothers and sister who have preceded her Home. From all who knew her -- we love and revere you, Mom, Grandma, Teacher and Friend. Condolences may be sent to the family through www.bergmortuary.com [Provo Daily Herald, Thursday, October 6, 2011]

Hansen, Adrianne

Adrianne Hansen

Class of 1980. Adrianne Hansen.

Hansen, Scott

Scott Hansen

Class of 1980. Scott Hansen. [TM]

Henstrom, Shelly

Shelly Henstrom

Class of 1980. Shelly Henstrom.

Hughes, Chris
430 East 450 South
Clearfield, Utah 84015 US

Chris Hughes

Class of 1980. Chris R. Hughes (male). BYU Hawaii Biological Sciences Biology 1981. BYU BS Psychology 1987.

Lambert, Susan L.
12258 High Creek Circle Apt CI
Riverton, Utah 84065 US

Sue Lambert

Class of 1980. Susan L. Lambert. BYU Hawaii Social Work 1982.

Nixon, James (1980)

Jim Nixon

Class of 1980. Jim Nixon.

Robison, Natalie
1681 North 2000 West
Provo, Utah 84604-2296 US

Natalie and David Tanner
  • Work: (801) 377-3565

Class of 1980. Natalie Robison. BYU Open Major 1988. She married David Tanner.

Rogers, Richard C.
9457 Fox Hunt Drive
Sandy, Utah 84092 US

Richard Rogers
  • Work: (801) 942-2905

Class of 1980. Richard C. Rogers. BYU BA Italian 1988. BYU BA English 1989.

Schaupp, Ingrid

Ingrid Schaupp

Class of 1980. Ingrid Schaupp.

Siddoway, Robert
23305 East Sharp Avenue
Liberty Lake, Washington 99019 US

Robbie Siddoway
  • Work: (509) 891-2059

Class of 1980. Robert A. Siddoway. BYU BA Korean 1988.

Smith, Julianne

Julianne Smith

Class of 1980. Julianne Smith. [TM]

Sorenson, Mark

Mark Sorenson

Class of 1980. Mark Sorenson.

Taylor, Jonathon [Jonathan]

Jonathon Taylor

Class of 1980. Jonathon [Jonathan?] Taylor.

Thorn, Tammy

Tammy Thorn

Class of 1980. Tammy Thorn.

Wootton, Wade R.
72 Torrey Road
Cumberland, Rhode Island 02864 US

Wade Wootton
  • Work: (401) 333-6958

Class of 1980. Wade R. Wootton. BYU Pre-Physical Therapy 1988.

Yarn, Jennifer
4600 Squirrels Nest Lane
Villa Rica, Georgia 30180-4162 US

Jennifer and James Montgomery
  • Work: (770) 456-7882

Class of 1980. Jennifer Yarn. BYU Travel Tourism 1987. She married James B. Montgomery.