Class of 1964 H.S.

Class of 1964 H.S.'s Website

Alphabetical Alumni

Alley, Carol
1569 N 400 E
Centerville, Utah 84014-1231 US

Carol and Wayne Welsh
  • Work: (801) 292-3631

Class of 1964. Dramatics, Chorus, Seminary Graduate, Poetry Festival, Pep Club, F.H.A. BYU BS Elementary Education 1970. Married Wayne L. Welsh. Her parents: Dr. Stephen L. Alley and Maurine Christensen Alley, married 1939 in Salt Lake City. Four children: Kathryn A. [BYH Class of 1959] (Mical) Smith; Stephen W. [BYH Class of 1959] (Marcie) Alley; Carol A. [BYH Class of 1964] (Wayne) Welsh; and Lynn D. [BYH Class of 1974](Heidi) Alley.

Andersen, Glen L., Sr.
42 South Westview Drive
Cedar City, Utah 84720-8210 US

Glen and Phyllis Andersen
  • Work: (435) 865-9445

Class of 1964 ~ Honorary? Glen L. Andersen Sr., BYU Computer Science 1989.

Anderson, Colette
32043 Ponderosa Way
Evergreen, Colorado 80439-6620 US

Colette and Tom Gill
  • Home: 303-670-3478

Class of 1964. Colette Anderson. Southern Illinois University BA 1970. University of Utah Masters in Educational Psychology 1976. University of Alabama MA Archaeology 1992. Tulane University doctoral coursework in Archaelogy 1993. Married Tom Gill. Her parents: Vernon Lockwood Anderson and Joyce Margaret Roberts Anderson, and their children include: sisters Martha Joy Anderson [BYH Class of 1961 - Deceased], Salt Lake City; Julie Anderson (Robert) Allphin, Alpine, Utah; Colette Anderson [BYH Class of 1964] (Tom) Gill, Sugar Land, Texas; and Susan Anderson (John) Schilling, Mattoon, Illinois; brothers Vern (Patty Henetz) Anderson, Salt Lake City; David (Susan Walker) Anderson, Salt Lake City; Jonathan (Sonia) Anderson, Bluffdale, Utah; and Laurence Anderson, Salt Lake City. @2005 ~ ~ ~ ~ Colette's first poetry collection, Silk & Sting, published by Finishing Line Press in February of 2008, is now available via [2008] ~ ~ ~ ~ Alternate email: ~ ~ @2010

Baker, Loyal A.
373 N. Coventry Circle
Fruit Heights, Utah 84037-3617

Loyal and Ruth Ann Baker
  • Work: (801) 444-1308

Class of 1964. Loyal A. Baker. Football, Wrestling Captain, Track, Y Club, Dramatics, Seminary Graduate, Seminary 4 years, Wildcat Yearbook Photography Editor. BYU BS Mathematics 1971. BYU MS Statistics 1973. Married Ruth Ann Brown. Career. Alternate address: 300 N Fort Ln Apt E206 Layton, UT 84041-3286 @2014

Bankhead, Steven O.
452 East 3950 North
Provo, Utah 84604-5155 US

Steve and Kathryn Bankhead
  • Work: (801-226-6075
  • Cell: 801-787-8136
  • Fax:

Class of 1964. Steve Bankhead. Senior Class Vice President. Forensics, Chorus, Seminary Graduate, Seminary 4 years, Model U.N. Graduated from BYU 1972; owner Westec Electric Inc. Steve married Kathryn Jergensen and they have 9 children. @2006

Barton, Que LaMar

Barton, Que LaMar
Provo, Utah

LaMar Barton

Class of 1964. Football, Wrestling, Track, Dramatics, Band, Seminary Graduate. His parents: Que Daniel Barton Sr. and Donna Jenkins Barton, married 1944 in Manti, Utah. Their children: Que LaMar Barton, Jr. [BYH Class of 1964, deceased] and Baby Barton [dec], both of Provo; Brent L. Barton of Provo; Keith D. (Kathy) Barton [BYH Class of 1971] of Provo; Gary L. (Debbie) Barton of Durham, North Carolina; Kimber H. (Cindi) Barton of Orem; Annette Barton (Wayne) Hoaldridge of Riverdale, Utah; Kaylene Barton (Terry) Casper of Nephi; and Melanie Sue Barton Lingwall of Salt Lake City [1995].

Bonnett, Kay
4503 E. Highway 33
Sugar City, Idaho 83448-1131

Kay and Wayne Baker
  • Work: 208-458-4337

Class of 1964. Senior Class Social Chair. Wildcat Yearbook Editor, Dramatics, Seminary Graduate, Pep Club, F.H.A., Thespians President, Honor Society, Girls State Alternate. BYU BA English 1969. BYU Idaho General Studies - Education 1995. Married Wayne Baker.

Braithwaite, David K.
Orem, Utah

David and Vicki Braithwaite

Class of 1964. David K. Braithwaite. Football, Track, Y Club, Dramatics, Chorus, Band, Seminary Graduate, Seminary 4 years. Married Vicki Warner. BYU BS Pre-Physical Therapy 1971. @2010 ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: David Kay Braithwaite. “I have a HERO, I call him DAD!” Heaven regained one of its mightiest soldiers, as our sweet father recently returned home. David Kay Braithwaite, AKA Poppers, age 73, passed away peacefully, after a life-long struggle with health problems, surrounded by his loving family in Orem, Utah, on Sunday, November 10, 2019. He was born to David and Fern (Briggs) Braithwaite on December 13, 1945. David was the oldest of four children including the late Judy Henrie, Eldon Braithwaite, and the late Gary Braithwaite. David graduated from BY High in 1964 in Provo, Utah. He served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in New Zealand and later served a Service Mission at the BYU Family History Center. David graduated from BYU, and then attended the University of Southern California (USC) where he received his Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy. While attending BYU, David met the love of his life, Vicki Lynn Warner; they were married August 14, 1969, in the Salt Lake Temple. This year they celebrated their 50-year Golden Anniversary. In his professional career, David specialized in pediatric physical therapy, where his main love and focus was working with special needs children. He was widely respected in his field. David owned his own practice for many years, where he changed the lives of many. In the later years of his career he worked for the Granite School District. He had such a love and compassion for children. In 1997 David’s career ended early due to his own health challenges and disabilities. Anyone who knows our father knows he was the sweetest, kindest, most giving, gentle, accepting, loving person you will ever meet! Dad once said, “Probably the greatest blessing of my life was the birth of my wonderful children.” Poppers loved his family fiercely and lived for them. His grandkids were his world. He had a beautiful spirit and honored his priesthood. He bore testimony of the truthfulness of the gospel often. He was a perfect example of long-suffering and enduring to the end, never complaining and always staying positive. Some of his simple pleasures in life included fishing, country music, Del Taco with family and friends, animals, family history, and a desire to travel the world, just to name a few. We pray that his homecoming was glorious and that he is celebrating with all of those whom we love that have gone before him. Know that we love you, Pops, and will miss you more than words can say. We are grateful for the gospel in our lives and the knowledge that we will see you again someday. Although our hearts ache deeply at the loss of our father, we pray that we can carry on his legacy and make him proud. David is survived by his beloved wife Vicki; daughter Bobi (Dean) Joyner; sons David (Bethany), Daryl (Amy), and Troy Braithwaite; daughter Jodi (Stephen) Selu; 18 grandkids; 1 great-grandson; and his brother Eldon. The family would like to express gratitude for the many friends, family, neighbors, and church members, as well as the medical professionals, that have helped him through the years and in his final moments. A heart-felt thank you to all. A viewing will be held for all who would like to pay their last respects on Sunday, November 24, 2019, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Walker Sanderson Funeral Home (646 East 800 North, Orem, Utah). Funeral Services will be held in David’s honor on Monday, November 25, 2019, at 11:00 a.m. at the Orem North Stake Center (1000 N. Main Street, Orem, Utah) with visitation from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Interment will follow at the Orem City Cemetery (1520 North 800 East, Orem Utah). Source

Call, Richard A., II

Call, Richard A., II
1372 North 990 West
Pleasant Grove, Utah 84062 US

Richard and Sue Ann Call
  • Work: (801) 376-7902

Class of 1964. Richard Ambrose Call, II. Senior Class Social Chair. Football, Y Club, Dramatics, Forensics, Debate Club, Chorus, Seminary Graduate, Ski Club. ~ ~ ~ ~ parents: Dr. Richard Ambrose Call (I) and June Humpherys Call, married on September 21, 1944. In 1952 the Call family moved to Provo. Richard and June Call had three children: Richard [BYH Class of 1964] (Sue Ann Elliott, [also BYH Class of 1964]) Call, Mary Ann Call [BYH Class of 1966~H] (Kumen) Jones, and Barbara Call. ~ ~ ~ ~ Married Sue Ann Elliott, BYH Class of 1964. BYU BA Spanish & Portuguese 1971. Dr. Richard A. Call II. Alternate address: 744 E. 420 N., American Fork, Utah 84003-1968 @2001.

Cameron, Kim S.
701 Tappan St., UMBS Office E2548
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-1234 US

Kim and Melinda Cameron
  • Work: (734) 615-5247

Class of 1964. Senior Class President. Football, Basketball, Baseball, Y Club, Forensics, Chorus, Band, Seminary Graduate, Model U.N., Boys State, Junior Class President, Junior Prom King, Mr. Friendly, Preferred Man Attendant, Sweetheart King. Cameron earned a B.S. in Sociology and M.S. in Social Psychology from BYU, and an M.A. and Ph.D. in Administrative Sciences from Yale University. He married Melinda. He has authored more than 75 articles and seven books, including Organizational Effectiveness, Developing Management Skills, Organizational Decline, and Management: A Practical Guide to Skill Development. He serves on the National Research Council, and has been a Fulbright Distinguished Scholar and a recipient of the Organizational Behavior Teaching Society's Outstanding Educator Award. From 1984-95, Cameron was a faculty member at the University of Michigan, where he chaired the Department of Organizational Behavior and directed a number of executive education and corporate partnership programs. Earlier, Cameron was director of the Organizational Studies division of the National Center for Higher Education Management Systems. In that position, he led a research team investigating how to effectively manage institutions of higher education. Prior to that, he held faculty positions at the University of Wisconsin and Ricks College in Idaho. In 1995 Cameron became associate dean of the Marriott School of Management at BYU. His responsibilities included the school's undergraduate and graduate degree programs and initiatives in curriculum redesign, distance education, and executive development. He held the Ford Motor Company/Richard E. Cook Professor of Management chair. Case Western Reserve University: CWRU has appointed Kim S. Cameron dean of the Weatherhead School of Management, effective July 1, 1998. "Professor Cameron brings superlative academic credentials as an educator and researcher," said CWRU President Agnar Pytte, "along with significant accomplishments in executive education and international outreach and the highest academic and ethical standards. We feel confident that he will build on the Weatherhead School's many strengths and continue its movement to the forefront of management education." Cameron succeeded Scott S. Cowen, who left CWRU to become president of Tulane University. Located in Cleveland, Ohio. Left CWRU in Spring 2000 to return to Ann Arbor on the faculty of the University of Michigan Business School, Professor of Management and Organizations. Summary: Ph.D, Yale University, 1978, M.A., Yale University, 1976, M.S., Brigham Young University, 1971, B.S., Brigham Young University, 1970. Dr. Cameron's past research on organizational downsizing, organizational effectiveness, corporate quality culture and the development of leadership excellence has been published in more than 70 articles and seven books: Coffin Nails and Corporate Strategies (Prentice Hall), Developing Management Skills (Prentice Hall), Diagnosing and Changing Organizational Culture (Addison Wesley Longman), Organizational Decline (Ballinger), Organizational Effectiveness (Academic Press), Paradox and Transformation (Ballinger), and Positive Organizational Scholarship (Berrett-Koehler). His current research was funded by the Templeton Foundation and focuses on virtuousness in organizations such as forgiveness, humility and compassion and their relationships to success. He is actively engaged in developing a new field in organizational studies entitled Positive Organizational Scholarship -- the examination of extraordinarily positive dynamics in organizations and the factors that unleash the highest in human potential. Alternate address: Kim Cameron, 1433 Bicentennial Pkwy., Ann Arbor, MI 48108-7918 - (734) 944-1620. (734) 944-1620 - Website story. Alternate email:

Cannon, Connie
86 H Street
Salt Lake City, Utah 84103 US

Connie Holbrook
  • Home: 801-539-1030

Class of 1964. Connie Cannon. Dramatics, Forensics, Debate Manager, Seminary Graduate, Honor Society, Y'ld Cat Newspaper Staff, Scholarship, Quill & Scroll. Married ____ Holbrook. ~ ~ ~ ~ I received a BA from BYU in 1968, followed by a JD from the University of Utah in 1974. I retired in 2005 from Questar Corporation and was serving as Sr. Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary when I retired. I loved BY High! @2010

Christensen, Craig N.
1724 Whitney Street
Idaho Falls, Idaho 83402

Craig Christensen
  • Cell: 208-589-1970
  • Home: 208-523-8262

Class of 1964. Craig N. Christensen. Football, Basketball, Track, Y Club, Dramatics, Forensics, Band, Seminary Graduate. BYU 1969. Served a mission to North Britain 1966-68. Utah State University BS Economics 1971. Married Cheryl, later div. in 2004; Craig is currently still single in 2010. They have five children: Chad, Cara, Camille, Chet and Chase. Three grandsons, Ryan (Chad) and Jake (Camille) and Cooper (also Chad). For the past 23 years Craig was the sales manager of a large pallet and specialty wood manufacturer with facilities in Idaho Falls, Salt Lake City and Bozeman, Montana [2005]. Alternate business address: Craig N. Christensen, 959 Silkwood Circle, Idaho Falls, ID 83406. @August2010

Christensen, Gregory Lynn
1235 Little Hobble Creek
Wallsburg, Utah 84082

Greg and Linda Christensen
  • Work: (435) 654-7125

Class of 1964. Football, Track, Ski Club, Dramatics, Seminary Graduate, Homeroom Rep, Junior Class Social Chair. BYU BS Elementary Education & Teaching Certificate 1971. BYU MED Reading Specialist 1982. Married Linda Jo. Alternate address: PO Box 126, Wallsburg, Utah 84082 @2001. ~ ~ ~ ~ Linda's most recent address is 10292 Dimple Dell, Sandy, UT 84092. Linda previously lived at 1177 Little Hobble Creek, Wallsburg, UT 84082 for 5 years, 1235 Little Hobble Creek, Wallsburg, UT 84082 for 9 years, 126 PO Box, Wallsburg, UT 84082 for 13 years, 1470 Main Canyon, Wallsburg, UT 84082 for less than a year, 1460 Main Canyon, Wallsburg, UT 84082 for 3 years, 305 100, Wallsburg, UT 84082 for less than a year, 651265 PO Box, Salt Lake City, UT 84165 for less than a year, General Delivery, Wallsburg, UT 84082 for less than a year, 10027 2165, Sandy, UT 84092 for less than a year and 1816 PO Box, Sandy, UT 84091 for less than a year. Linda's work associations include Clarity, Inc, Clarity, Inc, Intermountain Art Center, Soft Design, Inc, Soft Design, Inc, Pricklyrock, Llc and Prickly Rock Honey, Inc. @2016

Clark, Corbin
9690 South 1300 East
Sandy, Utah 84093-6950

Corbin and Radana Clark
  • Work: (801) 571-5121

Class of 1964. Married Radana.

Clark, Kathryn
2027 W 250 N
Ogden, Utah 84404-9504 US

Kathryn and Darrell Spencer
  • Work: (801) 731-8268

Class of 1964. Kathryn Clark. Chorus, Seminary Graduate. Married Darrell R. Spencer. Her parents: J. Kyle Clark, Sr., M.D. [BY High Class of 1930 & Student Body President] and Lois Kathryn Anderson, married 1942. Their children: James Kyle, Jr. [BYH Class of 1962] and wife, Melissa; Kathryn C. Spencer [BYH Class of 1964] and husband, Darrell; John A. Clark and Renee Williams; Brent A. Clark, Carol Ann C. Hayes [BYH Class of 1970] and husband, John K. Jr.; and Kristine C. Chapman and husband, Bradley. [Do not confuse with Kathryn Clarke, Class of 1961.] BYU 1990. Alternate address: Kathryn C. Spencer, 17 Strathmore Blvd, Athens, Ohio 45701.

Compton, Janet
3531 South 900 East
Bountiful, Utah 84010 US

Janet Hatch
  • Work: (801) 292-6530

Class of 1964. Janet Compton. Wildcat Yearbook Administration and Class Editor, Dramatics, Chorus, Band, Seminary Graduate, Seminary 4 years, F.H.A. Vice President, Thespians, Miss Autumn Attendant. Her parents: Lane A. Compton [BYH Faculty 1953 to 1956] and June Wheeler Compton, married on September 8, 1943 in Salt Lake City, Utah. The children of Lane and June Compton included: Janet Compton [BYH Class of 1964] Hatch of Bountiful, Utah; Sandra Compton [BYH Class of 1967] Glade (Tom) of San Antonio, Texas and Wichita, Kansas; Kent Compton [BYH Class of 1970] (Susie) of Woodland Hills, Utah; Bruce Compton of Provo, Utah; and Christine Compton Porter (Michael) of Alpine, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ Janet: BYU BS Teacher Education 1970. She married ___ Hatch. ~ ~ ~ ~ "Lane Compton, a retired Brigham Young University professor, has volunteered for nearly eight years and currently donates around 20 hours a week to two elementary schools in Davis District. Among other honors, he is a former Science Educator of the Year and former chairman of the Rocky Mountain Science Council, but to everyone in Stewart Elementary — from teachers to secretaries to students — Compton is known simply as "Grandpa." He has become an integral part of first-grade teacher Janet [Compton] Hatch's curriculum." [Deseret News, Tuesday, October 14, 2003.] ~ ~ ~ ~ [Note: email sent to has been returned as incorrect.] @Feb 2009

Cowley, Janet
1221 East 200 South
Pleasant Grove, Utah 84062

Janet Hicken
  • Work: (801) 785-3419

Class of 1964 ~ Honorary? BYU BS Child Development & Family Relations 1969. Married ____ Hicken.

Danielson, Darrel Keith
4133 Beechill Dr
Bartlett, Tennessee 38135-1660 US

Darrel and Linda Danielson
  • Cell: 901-570-4463
  • Home: 901-570-4463

Class of 1964. Darrel K. Danielson. Student Body Business Manager. Football, Wrestling, Track, Y Club, Forensics, Chorus, Band, Seminary Graduate, Honor Society, Boys State. BYU BS Economics 1971. Pepperdine University - Mailbu CA MBA 1975. Married: Linda Jean Stay. Facilitator for Federal Express, Memphis Tennessee Stake President. BYH Honorary Historian. Currently employed at FedEx in Memphis, Tennessee. @2011 ~ ~ ~ ~ Retired from FedEx in 2011. Served a Senior mission with his wife to Guatemala. Currently he is a counselor in the Memphis Tennessee Temple presidency and also a sealer. @Mar2014

Darais, Norman Alexander

Darais, Norman Alexander
Provo, Utah

Norm and Judy Darais

Class of 1964. Norman Alexander Darais. Tennis, Track, Wrestling, Dramatics, Forensics, Chorus, Seminary Graduate, Seminary 4 years, Model U.N. BYU MA English Literature 1973. After a stint as a steelworker at Geneva Steel, Norm Darais has served brilliantly as director of Brigham Young University Publications & Graphics since the department was formed in 1991. Hired by BYU as an alumni editor/writer in the mid-seventies, Norm was subsequently appointed Managing Editor and ultimately Director of University Publications. He holds bachelors and masters degrees in English. He married Judy. Norm has been a frequent speaker/presenter at CASE [Council for the Advancement & Support of Education] district and national conferences, and he was honored with a District VII Tribute Award in 2000. He has coordinated many CASE judging teams and has led BYU editorial and graphics employees to numerous honors in publication competitions, including a CASE Grand Gold Award for total publications program. The CASE Tribute Award was established by CASE District VII in 1985 to recognize members who have maintained the highest standards of professionalism in their advancement careers and shared their expertise with members of the profession. The recipient in 2000 was Norman A. Darais, Director of Publications and Graphics at Brigham Young University, [and Executive Editor, Brigham Young Magazine] where he has worked for 25 years. The publications program at the University has garnered more than 400 regional, national, and international awards over the past decade alone. The key to his almost legendary success is a collaborative effort that joins visual and linguistic talents into a striking and harmonious whole. True to the criteria of the CASE Tribute Award, Norm has given time and time again, as a teacher, a presenter, a writer, an editor, a mentor. He has given generously of his time and talent to United Way and to local anti-drug community outreach. He has served CASE as a national trustee for publications, as a District VII board member and newsletter editor, and, repeatedly, as a publications judge. Norm Darais has truly enriched his chosen field and all who practice there. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Norman Alexander Darais unexpectedly slipped away from mortality on Thursday, March 17, 2022. Norman was a devoted husband, father, papa, great papa, brother, uncle and friend. Words cannot express how much we will miss him. Norman was born August 20, 1946 in San Bernardino, California. He spent the first 8 years of his life as a Southern California boy. Throughout his life he never relinquished his title of a Southern Californian. In 1954, the family moved to Provo, Utah where his father, Alex, accepted a job as an art professor at Brigham Young University. After graduating from BY High in the Class of 1964, Norman joined the Army Reserve. In 1973, Norman graduated from BYU with a masters in English. He would eventually find himself at the BYU Publications & Graphics Department where he dedicated 40 years of his life. He met his beloved wife Judy through a mutual connection while working at the Daily Herald in Provo, Utah. Norman and Judy were married on June 5, 1971. Last summer they were able to celebrate their 50th anniversary. While working at BYU Norman traveled to conferences all over the country and loved to take Judy with him. Over the years they visited many of the big cities where Norman shared his love of culture and art with his dear wife. Norman had an eye for the beautiful. An antique quarter sawn oak sideboard. A Winslow Homer painting. A piece of black glass. He would always have to take you outside and show you how it actually was purple as light shined through it. He could quote Shakespeare on demand or reference a line from a poem to add to the conversation. With friends and family, Norman returned year after year to the Utah Shakespeare Festival in Cedar City, Utah. Norman had a passion for sharing the things he loved with all those around him. Of all his passions and amazing qualities, the greatest was his love of giving. The joy of his life was to see a need and fill it. He has blessed countless individuals with his generosity and thoughtfulness to help someone along the way. Whether it was helping write a school paper or commissioning yard work at his house to help a starving student, he was always willing to lend a helping hand. In every sense of the word, he was beautiful. Norman is survived by his wife, Judy; children, Genevieve Cannon and Danny (Jenette) Darais; grandchildren: Kylee Darais, Abigail Darais, Jacob Darais, Alexandra Darais, Kade Darais and Josephine Darais; great grandchild, Kiari Hambric; siblings: Christopher (Vicki) Darais, Marc (Debbie) Darais, Tom (Suzanne) Darais, Damon (Stacey) Darais and Andrea Darais and his dear brother-in-law, Ed Oberbeck. He was preceded in death by his sweet parents, Alex and Norma Darais; his soulmate sister, Tina Darais Oberbeck; his precious granddaughter, AnnaLynn Hope Cannon and his baby grandson, Daniel J. Darais. Funeral services were held at 12:00 noon, Saturday, March 26, 2022 at the Pleasant View Chapel located at 650 Stadium Avenue, Provo, Utah. Graveside service and burial followed at the Provo City Cemetery. Source

Dixon, Janet
132 South 900 East
Orem, Utah 84058-5728

Janet and Mike Rees
  • Work: (801) 225-4779

Class of 1964. Chorus, Seminary Graduate, Seminary 4 years, Pep Club, Hi-Steppers, Spanish Club. Married Mike Rees. BYU A Secretarial Technology 1967.

Duke, Melvin
92 East 1200 North
Centerville, Utah 84014-1520

Melvin and Janet Duke
  • Work: (801) 292-8755

Class of 1964. Football, Basketball, Track, Baseball, Y Club, Chorus, Band, Seminary Graduate, Preferred Man Attendant. He married Janet.

Edmunds, Susan E.
60 East 200 North
Springville, Utah 84663-1342 US

Susan [and Wendell] Johnson
  • Cell: 801-787-7914
  • Home: 801-489-6438

Class of 1964. Susan E. Edmunds. Chorus, Seminary Graduate, Seminary 4 years, Poetry Festival, Pep Club, Hi-Steppers, F.H.A., Y'ld Cat Newspaper Business Manager, Homeroom Rep, Spanish Club. BYU BA Youth Leadership / Outdoor Education 1968. Married Wendell B. Johnson. Wendell B. Johnson died in spring of 1996. Despite living only 48 years, Wendell completed hundreds of paintings and drawings, served as Justice of the Peace for Mapleton, Utah, and as Mayor of Mapleton (1982-1986), coauthored two historical books, raised a daughter, earned the respect of family and friends through his patience and tact, and provided an amazing example of surpassing all expectations. Artist website They have one daughter Wendy, and 2 grandchildren. ~ ~ ~ ~ Just wanted to add to my info: From December 1968 to December 1970, I served two years -- plus three months in the Language Training Mission -- as a missionary in the Central America Mission. I was in four countries for my two full years there: Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Panama. I had the great honor to take classes at BY High from M. Rex Arnett. We studied from a book written by Terrence Leslie Hansen, Ernest J. Wilkins and Jerry W. Larson, Español a lo vivo (Spanish As It Is Lived). Bro. Wilkins and Bro. Hansen had sons in one of my first classes at BY High that used the book. In my opinion, it is the best book ever written to learn conversational Spanish. It was used by classes all the way through BY High and BYU until I graduated. By the time I was in the mission field only a few months, people thought I had been there a year or more, and, at the end, they called me a "nativa". I don't know why BYU and others went away from this book. It was heralded as the best Spanish language manual ever by schools in all U.S. states, when it came out. I have used it to help my daughter, my sister, and my nephews to unlock the secrets of learning to speak and understand Spanish. Unfortunately, both local high schools and even BYU stopped using the book. The current tendency to stress grammar, instead of learning how to actually converse in Spanish, is a huge mistake. I still have a copy of the book, 45 years later. I had to buy another few copies along the way because I had given the book to so many others. Brother Wilkins was also the Mission President of the Language Training Mission while I was there. What a heritage we have, both at BY High and BYU! @Oct2013

Elliott, Sue Ann

Elliott, Sue Ann
1372 North 990 West
Pleasant Grove, Utah 84062 US

Sue Ann and Richard Call
  • Work: (801) 376-7902

Class of 1964. Sue Ann Elliott. Student Body Secretary. Varsity Cheerleader, Dramatics, Forensics, Chorus, Band, Seminary Graduate, Pep Club, High-Steppers, F.H.A., Soph Class Social Chair, Miss Friendly, Homecoming Queen Attendant, Junior Varsity Cheerleader. BYU BS Microbiology 1970. Married Richard A. Call, also BYH Class of 1964. Her parents are Max Carter Elliott and Norma Holley Elliott. Max and Norma had one son and three daughters; Gregg Elliott (deceased), Sue Ann Elliott (Richard) Call [both BYH graduates, Class of 1964] of Pleasant Grove; Jeri Lea Elliott [BYH graduate, Class of 1967] of Orem; and foster daughter, Linda (Austin) Staheli of Big Canoe, Georgia.

Erickson, Garry L.
1133 South Main Street
Mapleton, Utah 84664 US

Garry and Barbara Erickson

Class of 1964. Gary L. Erickson. Football, Y Club, Forensics, Seminary 4 years. He married Barbara. BYU 1994. [Alternate address: PO Box 3212, Hailey, Idaho 83333-3212 @2001]

Free, MaryAnn
589 Grove Circle
Alpine, Utah 84004-1210 US

MaryAnn and Nick Smith
  • Work: 801-756-1515
  • Cell: 801-830-1515
  • Fax: 801-763-1515

Class of 1964. MaryAnn Free. Student Body Head Cheerleader. Dramatics, Chorus, Seminary Graduate, Poetry Festival, Pep Club, Thespians. ~ ~ ~ ~ MaryAnn is an artist. ~ ~ ~ ~ Education: BS, Brigham Young University, Education and Art 1969; additional art studies at University of Utah, Utah State University, Southern Utah University, Scottsdale Artists School, and numerous workshops with prominent painters in the United States and Europe. ~ ~ ~ ~ "My life and art are melded in a mix of matters both serious and humorous. With a husband, eight children, and numerous grandchildren, a lot of intense living goes on around me. I believe this adds a dimension to my work that curators and collectors have described as a spiritual, with a touch of whimsy." @2008 ~ ~ ~ ~ HER HUSBAND'S OBITUARY: Nicholas Albert Smith of Alpine, Utah died at home on September 03, 2009 after a short illness, surrounded by his family. He was born September 1, 1946 in Salt Lake City to Albert Aikens Smith and Glenden Nielsen Smith. He grew up in Utah, Oklahoma, Japan, New York and Washington. He earned his Eagle Scout Award and graduated from Kennewick High School in Washington. He received an Associate Degree from Columbia Basin College, Pasco, Washington. He earned Bachelor of Arts and MBA degrees from Brigham Young University. After serving an LDS mission in Vienna Austria from 1965 to 1968, he married MaryAnn Free in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He was Captain in the US Army and served with Delta Company 151st Rangers in Vietnam. He also served with 2nd Field Forces, Ft. Benning, Georgia, 8th Infantry 3D BN 68th Armor in Mannheim, Germany, and 105th Finance Unit in Augsburg, Germany. After his military service, he moved his family to Bountiful and eventually to Alpine where he lived with his wife and family for 25 years. Nick and MaryAnn loved having family parties at their home and spent many hours playing with their children and grandchildren. They enjoyed taking vacations and traveled much with their family. Grandpa Nick's grandchildren were the joy and concern of his life. He was an entrepreneur and helped develop several emerging technology companies into successful businesses. He was Chairman and CEO of Shamrock Mining & Metals and he served on the boards of several portfolio companies. Previously he was CEO of GE Capital I-Sim and Director of Phonex Corporation. He also served on the National Advisory Council of the BYU Marriott School of Management. Nick was very involved in church service and was grateful for the many opportunities he had to serve. Nick's patience and generosity touched many lives and he was known as a great example of kindness and charity. He is survived by his wife of 41 years, MaryAnn and seven of his eight children; Priscilla Smith (Steven) Westover and their children Ethan and Nicholas of Elizabethtown, Kentucky; Nathan (Allison Stubbs) Smith and their children Savannah and Samuel of Gilbert, Arizona; Rebekah Smith (Jacob) Briem and their children Liliana, Max and Eva of Provo, Utah; Rachel Smith (Michael) Mills and their children Emily, Samantha, and Andrew of Lehi, Utah; Charlotte Smith (Andrew) Beck of Salt Lake City, Utah; Zachary Smith of Provo and Catherine Smith (Jeremy) Warner of Provo; the children of his oldest son Samuel (Rebecca dePaula) Smith: Hillary, Lauren, Gabrielle, Avery Salleh, Dyson Salleh, Isaiah Salleh; his sister Catherine Smith (Kenneth) Groscost of Port Townsend, Washington. His son Samuel Smith and his parents Albert Aikens Smith and Glenden Nielsen Smith preceded him in death. Funeral services for Nicholas were held Wednesday, September 9, 2009 in the Alpine North Stake Center Chapel, 1125 East Alpine Boulevard, Alpine, Utah. Interment, Alpine City Cemetery. [Deseret News, September 6, 2009.]

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