Class of 1964 H.S.



Class of 1964 H.S.'s Website

Alphabetical Alumni

Oaks, Beverly Ann
1201 Reservoir Road
Baker, Oregon 97814-3532 US

Beverly and Del Jensen
  • Work: (541) 523-7020

Class of 1964. Beverly Ann Oaks. Seminary Graduate, Pep Club, F.H.A. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents: Charles E. Oaks and Ann Bonnett Oaks [BYH Class of 1932], married May 18, 1934. Their children included: Robert Oaks [BYH Class of 1954] (Gloria Mae Unger [also BYH Class of 1954]); Richard Oaks [BYH Class of 1960] (Kathy); Beverly Ann Oaks [BYH Class of 1964] (Del) Jensen; and Bonnie Oaks (Ty) Ripple. ~ ~ ~ ~ Beverly Ann Oaks married Del Jensen.

Packard, Dan S.
865 W 11th Pl
Mesa, Arizona 85201-3115 US

Dan and Joyce Packard
  • Cell: 602-614-8484
  • Home: 480-834-0256

Class of 1964. Dan S. Packard. Wildcat Yearbook Photographer & Photography Editor, Tennis, Dramatics, Chorus, Seminary Graduate, Ski Club, Model U.N. ~ ~ ~ ~ Dan S Packard married Joyce Whiting. They have 3 children, 6 grandchildren & 1 greatgrandchild. Business: Own Handyman Dan LLC. @Mar 2011

Packer, Rand H.

Packer, Rand H.
1737 Sego Lane
Provo, Utah 84604 US

Rand and Shirlee Packer
  • Cell: 801-225-4513
  • Home: 801-225-4513

Class of 1964. Rand Packer. Student Body 1st Vice President. Football, Basketball, Baseball, Y Club, Preferred Man, Dramatics, Forensics, Seminary Graduate, Ski Club, Honor Society, Boys State, Soph Class President. BYU BS Health 1970. BYU MA Religion (Church History & Doctrine) 1975. Married Shirlee Davis, BYH Class of 1965. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: Thane J. Packer and Palmyra Bean, married September 17, 1937 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They have four children, Thane Garron Packer (Claudia) of Layton; Pamela Packer Smith (Emery) of Salt Lake City; Rand Hugh Packer [BYH Class of 1964] (Shirlee) of Provo and Patricia Packer Keith [BYH Class of 1966] (Lon) of Provo. ~ ~ ~ ~ March 10, 2002: New BYU 4th Stake Presidency: President — Rand Hugh Packer, 56, CES instructor at Orem Institute; wife, Shirlee Davis Packer. Succeeding Bruce L. Christensen. @2010

Patterson, Gary

Gary Patterson

Class of 1964. Dramatics, Chorus, Thespians.

Peterson, Sandra
HC 13 Box 520
Fairview, Utah 84629

Sandra and Gary Hubbs

Class of 1964. Chorus, Seminary Graduate, Seminary 4 years, Pep Club, Homeroom Rep. Married Gary Hubbs.

Poulson, Michael B.
1241 North 600 West
Bountiful, Utah 84087 US

Mike Poulson
  • Work: (801) 292-8384

Class of 1964. Michael B. Poulson. Spanish Club, Chorus, Seminary 4 years. [Note: Name is spelled both Poulson and Poulsen in 1964 Yearbook.] Ricks College [BYUI] 1967.

Rawlings, Brian Dee

Rawlings, Brian Dee
Riverton, Utah

Brian and LaDonna Rawlings

Class of 1964. Wrestling, Y Club, Dramatics, Seminary Graduate, Poetry Festival, Thespians, Yld Cat Newspaper Staff, Quill & Scroll. BYU BA Speech & Drama 1970. BYU Masters in Education Curriculum & Instruction 1986. HIS OBITUARY: Brian Dee Rawlings, 45, died April 17, 1992 at his home of heart failure and a long battle with cancer. Born October 15, 1946 in Provo, Utah to Max C. and Eileene Sim Rawlings. He graduated from BY High School in 1964. Married LaDonna Houtz September 6, 1968 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He was an active member of the LDS Church. Former bishop of the Riverton 1st Ward; also taught the Gospel Doctrine class, and served in the High Priest group leadership. He was a teacher at Jordan High School. He had a beautiful baratone voice that will be missed. Survived by his wife; sons and daughters, Greg, Mark, Kent, Brandon, Alicia and Angie, all of Riverton; two sisters, Debi and Teresa Rawlings [BYH Class of 1967], both of Provo; brother, Alan Max Rawlings [BYH Class of 1962], Florida. Funeral services were held Wednesday April 22, 1992 in Riverton, Utah. Interment, Riverton Cemetery. [Deseret News, Sunday, April 19, 1992.]

Redd, Regina

Redd, Regina
256 South Eagle Way
Salt Lake City, Utah 84054-3226 US

Regina and Jim Mitchell
  • Work: (801) 298-4150

Class of 1964. Regina Redd. Varsity Cheerleader. Dramatics, Chorus, Seminary Graduate, Pep Club, F.H.A., Ski Club Vice President, Junior Varsity Cheerleader, Soph Class Scretary, Homecoming Queen Attendant. BYU 1968. Married James E. Mitchell, BYH Class of 1959. Her parents: Charles Redd [BYH Class of 1911] and Annaley Naegle Redd, LaSal and Provo, Utah. Their children: Katheryn Anne "Kathy" Redd Mullins [BYH Class of 1952] (Gary), Solvang, CA; Charles Hardison "Hardy" Redd [BYH Class of 1954] (Sonya), La Sal; Annaley Redd (died in infancy); Robert Byron Redd [BYH Class of 1957] (Mary), Provo; Paul David Redd [BYH Class of 1959] (Diane), Paradox, CO; Maraley Redd Rasmussen [BYH Class of 1961] (Richard), Winnetka, IL; Beverly Redd Woods [BYH Class of 1963] (Loyd), Mapleton; Regina Redd Mitchell [BYH Class of 1964] (James), North Salt Lake; Rebecca Sue Redd Lambert [BYH Class of 1968] (Brian), Mapleton. @2000

Reeder, Kathleen
598 West 1600 North
Mapleton, Utah 84664 US

Kathleen and David Steed
  • Work: (801) 489-0533

Class of 1964. Kathleen Reeder. Chorus Vice President, Seminary Graduate, Pep Club, Hi-Steppers Vice President, F.H.A., Honor Society President, Wildcat Yearbook Staff Associate Editor, Spanish Club, Language Festival. Married David Steed. Alternate email: davenk@msn.com @2009

Reimschüssel, Lu Ann [Reimschussel,]

Reimschüssel, Lu Ann [Reimschussel,]
Orem, Utah

Lu Ann and Glen Miller

Class of 1964. LuAnn Reimschüssel [Reimschussel]. Dramatics, Chorus, Band, Seminary Graduate, Seminary 4 years, Pep Club, Hi-Steppers, F.H.A., Ski Club, Miss Autumn Attendant. Married Glen Leon Miller, BYH Class of 1961. LuAnn was born December 9, 1946 in Provo, Utah, died May 28, 1981 in Provo, Utah. Her parents: Ernest Felix Reimschussel and Hilda Beth Britton, married 1940 in Salt Lake City. Their children: LuAnn Reimschussel [BYH Class of 1964] (Glen L.) Miller; Ernest Kay Reimschussel [BYH Class of 1960], Lehi; Richard B. Reimschussel [BYU Class of 1969] (Frankie), Orem; Carol Reimschussel [BYH Class of 1970] (Richard E.) McDermott, Syracuse; Robert J. (Robin) Reimschussel, Provo; and foster son, Craig Coleman (Liz), Provo. LuAnn is buried in Provo City Cemetery, Block 6 Lot 84.

Riddle, Mark Alfred

Riddle, Mark Alfred
Pleasant Grove, Utah US

Mark and Marcia Riddle

Class of 1964. Mark A. Riddle. Football, Track, Y Club, Dramatics, Forensics, Band, Seminary Graduate, Model U.N., Boys State. BYU BA History 1974. BYU MPA Institute of Public Management 1980. He taught Japanese at BYU and the University of Utah before creating the Japanese language program at Salt Lake Community College beginning in 1990. He also taught Japanese at Utah Valley State College 1997-2003 before joining the Wasatch Academy faculty as ESL Program Director and Japanese Language Instructor in July of 2003. An American Translators Association-Accredited Japanese-to-English translator, he is a published translator and his writing in the field of Japanese history has been cited in academic publications. He also taught ESL at a Japanese high school in Kyoto, 1982-83, and for many years has directed summer programs for students visiting Utah from Japan and Taiwan. Although Mark was born and raised in Utah, he has lived and worked in some of the worlds largest metropolitan areas, including New York City, Washington, D.C., Dallas-Ft. Worth, Los Angeles, Tokyo and Osaka. He enjoys living in Mt. Pleasant. His wife, Marcia Ling Riddle, is chair of the Math Department at Wasatch; Mark and Marcia resided in Mt. Pleasant. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Mark Alfred Riddle completed his mortal life early Saturday morning, June 11, 2011. He had, with great courage and faith, battled for many months a very aggressive form of cancer. Mark was born on May 12, 1946 and spent his youth in Provo and Orem where he attended BY High, graduating in 1964. He earned BA History and MPA (Master of Public Administration) degrees from Brigham Young University and pursued graduate/ doctorate studies in economics at the University of Utah, and in instructional psychology and technology at BYU. In 1989 he was formally accredited as a Japanese-to-English translator by the American Translators Association. His translations have appeared in such academic journals as Japanese Economic Studies, and he has delivered scholarly papers before such groups as the Association for Asian Studies and the BYU Studies Symposium. Mark was an educator. He retired in May 2007 as an instructor of Japanese and of English as a second language (ESL) at Wasatch Academy, in Mt. Pleasant, Utah, where he chaired the ESL Department. He taught Japanese at Salt Lake Community College, Utah Valley State College, Brigham Young University and the University of Utah. He also taught educational psychology at BYU. Additionally he taught ESL in Japan for several years, and owned and operated a business providing opportunities for Japanese students to study in the United States and for American students to study in Japan, as well as a company providing translation services. After retirement he worked as an on-line instructor of Japanese for BYU-Idaho and as a volunteer on-line Japanese-to-English translator for the Tokyo, Japan, Public Affairs Office of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Neighbors knew Mark as a "green thumb," or as he called himself, a "truck farmer." For years he was a regular fixture at the Salt Lake Farmers' Market. As a young adult, Mark worked as a journeyman electrician, following in the footsteps of his maternal grandfather, Perry Allred. He was known in the academic world as a scholar who enjoyed exchanging philosophical ideas with other deep thinkers. He was a frequent contributor to LDS Phil.com Mark sought diligently for truth wherever it can be found, and was articulate in its verbal and written expression. An example of his cogent writing is published at http://mormonscholarstestify.org. His essay on civility in public discourse, entitled Another Lesson From Founding Fathers, was published in the Deseret News on Sept 17, 2010. Mark felt a kinship with the people of Asia, particularly those of Japan, where he served as a missionary (Northern Far Eastern Mission 1964-1967). Returning to live and teach in Japan, Mark researched and studied the extraordinary number of parallels and similarities between Japan's religious underpinnings and those of ancient Israel. Several of his articles which document the archeological and cultural ties between the regions have been accepted for publication in prestigious journals outside of the LDS community. Mark's deep love for his wife and children was surpassed only by his profound love for the Savior and the restored gospel of Jesus Christ. He is survived by his wife, Laurel (Cook) Backman Riddle, of Pleasant Grove, Utah, and by his 11 children, Joseph Riddle (Laura), Brigham Riddle (Blair), Heber Riddle, John Riddle, David Riddle, Cassandra Sanford (Jacob), Isaac Riddle, George Riddle, Spencer Riddle (Nikki), Michael Riddle, and Merry Riddle. Mark is also survived by his parents, Chauncey and Bertha (Allred) Riddle of Provo, Utah, and by his 10 living siblings, Neil Riddle (Elaine), Robert Riddle (LaNell), Brian Riddle (Marilyn), Sara Okerlund (Dale), Paul Riddle (Lisa), Ellen Nerdin (Douglas), Seth Riddle, Elizabeth Riddle, Matthew Riddle (Suzie), and Joseph Riddle. Funeral services will be held June 27, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. at the Timpanogos Stake Center, 795 North 100 West, Pleasant Grove, UT. Friends may call Sunday evening from 6-8 p.m. at Olpin Family Mortuary, 494 South 300 East, Pleasant Grove and at the church on Monday one hour prior to services. Interment will be in the Orem City Cemetery. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.olpinmortuary.com. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for the purpose of assisting the needy in Japan. [Provo Daily Herald, Thursday, June 23, 2011] ~ ~ ~ ~ Read more: http://www.heraldextra.com/lifestyles/announcements/obituaries/article_023c1492-9e25-537e-ace4-72459c34f9b2.html#ixzz1QA09CL00

Ripple, Sheila

Ripple, Sheila
Evanston, Wyoming US

Sheila and Keith Kindler

Class of 1964. Chorus, Seminary Graduate, Pep Club, Hi-Steppers. Married Keith Kindler. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Shelia Ripple Kindler, age 64, passed away at her home on Tuesday, May 3, 2011 in Evanston, Wyoming. Sheila Kindler was born July, 15, 1946 in Provo, Utah. The daughter of Ross Wallace Ripple and Lorraine Adamson Ripple. She married Alvin Keith Kindler on July 23, 1965 in Elko, Nevada. Their marriage was soleminized in the Salt Lake City LDS Temple on November 24, 1972. Sheila was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She served as a councilor in the Young Womens. She was the Stake Primary Secretary and was a Ward Relief Society Councilor. She had a love for gardening, tol painting, calligraphy. She had a natural talent for interior decorating. Above all, she was a dedicated, loving mother, wife, and grandma. She is survived by her parents, husband, three brothers, Paul Ripple, Ty Ripple, Todd Ripple, children, Klark (Jewell) Kindler, of Meeker, Colorado; Kimberlie (Christopher) Kearney, of Henderson, Nevada, and three grandchildren, Madison Kindler, Derek Kearney, and Claire Kearney. Shelia is preceded in death by her sister, Leslie Ripple Riggins. Funeral Services were held on Monday, May 9, 2011 at the Sage Street LDS Chapel. Interment, Evanston City Cemetery. In memory of Sheila, donations may be sent to the Arthritis Foundation. Arrangements with Crandall Funeral Home of Evanston, Wyoming [Provo Daily Herald, May 6, 20122] ~ ~ ~ ~ HER FATHER'S OBITUARY: Ross Wallace Ripple, "Wally", age 90, of Springville, Utah, died August 31, 2013. He was born December 10, 1922 to Ross and Thilda Anderburg Ripple in Provo, Utah. He married Lorraine Adamson on April 25, 1941 in Heber City, Utah. The marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake Temple. Wally received his education in the Provo City schools, graduating from Provo High School in 1941. Throughout his life he brought laughter to all around him with his tremendous sense of humor. He was a master of anecdotes and lived life with a spirit of fun. He was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, having served both Ward and Stake callings. He and his wife Lorraine raised their five children in the Edgemont area of Provo. Wally spent most of his life as a salesman until they owned and operated their Drive Inn known as "Ripples" for 35 years. He loved his work and took pride in owning his own business. He raised Morgan Horses for 52 years, and was very active in hunting and fishing. He served on the Wasatch County Hospital Board for 10 years. He is survived by his loving wife Lorraine; sons Paul (Sally), Todd (Marilyn) and Riley (Ty); son-in-Law Keith Kindler; 15 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great-grandchild. He was preceded in death by daughters Leslie Ann (C.T.) Riggins and Sheila Kindler. Funeral services will be held on Friday, September 6, 2013 at 11:00 a.m. in the Springville 6th Ward Chapel, 1785 East 400 South, Springville, Utah. Friends may call at the church on Friday morning from 9 until 10:45. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. Condolences may be sent at www.bergmortuary.com [Provo Daily Herald, September 4, 2013]

Shaw, David Owen (1964)
956 South 500 East
Orem, Utah 84097 US

Dave Shaw
  • Work: (801) 283-9023

Class of 1964. David O. Shaw. Wrestling, Y Club, Forensics, Chorus, Band, Seminary Graduate, Seminary 4 years, Quill & Scroll. BYU BA History 1970. BYU BA English Literature 1973. BYU MLS Library Science 1975. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents are Merlin John Shaw and Mildred Ottley Shaw, married 1937 in Salt Lake City. Their children: Heidi Ann Shaw (Jack) Birch of Murray; Varol Edward Shaw of Provo; Merlene Shaw [BYH Class of 1962] (Lynn) Bybee of South Ogden; Dr. David Owen Shaw [BYH Class of 1964] of Orem; George Glade (Lorna) Shaw [BYH Class of 1968] of South Jordan; and Irene Shaw (Don) Casper of Evanston, Wyoming. ~ ~ ~ ~ Dr. David Owen Shaw.

Stringfellow, Barbara Anne
14076 Taylor Barnett Road
Garfield, Arkansas 72732 US

Barbara and Raymond Gibby
  • Work: 479-359-2112
  • Cell: 479-366-5280

Class of 1964. Barbara Stringfellow. Wildcat Yearbook Editor, Chorus, Band, Seminary Graduate, Seminary 4 years, Pep Club Vice President, Hi-Steppers, F.H.A., Honor Society Vice President, Freshman Class President, Language Festival. BYU 1968. Married Raymond Gibby. Uncle: Val Stringfellow, BYH Class of 1950. @2007

Taylor, James Harvey
152 West 1485 North
Orem, Utah 84057-2685 US

James and Debra Taylor
  • Work: (801) 226-7670, (866) 225-7670

Class of 1964. James Harvey Taylor. Tennis, Chorus, Seminary Graduate. BYU BA Art 1970. BYU MA Painting & Sculpture 1974. Married Debra Lynn Halterman. James Harvey Taylor Watercolors. OREM -- Sky, rocks, trees and water make James Harvey Taylor a happy man. And when he combines those same elements in a painting, they make a lot of other people happy as well. Everything else -- the man-made things -- are secondary in the work of this Orem artist. That is what I like to paint. I have found my niche, said Taylor, 54, who has been finding his place in the artistic world for the past 25 years. This is my mission in life. I have been painting since I was 11 and I love the profession. The love has always been there. Taylor chooses to express his love of landscape scenes through acrylic paint. Thinning it out gives the work a watercolor appearance, while adding a paste and a gel create the look of an oil painting. The artist describes the texture of that thicker paint as sensuous, rich and buttery. I do not like oils that are too polished. I like a rough, bold stroke. That is pure excitement right there, Taylor said. Such a passion for art has come easily for Taylor, who remembers his mother always thought he should do something more serious. During his years at Brigham Young High School, he could not wait to get to art class and became mesmerized by the watercolor works of his teacher, A. Lamoyne Garside. Everything else was done just to get him through until graduation. Taylor went on to graduate from BYU in art instruction for secondary schools, then taught for a couple of years in Wasatch County. After going back to school for a masters degree in art, one might say the call of the wild took Taylor out of his classroom and back to his studio. Painting is just where I am at. But you live from one painting to the next, especially when you paint what you want, Taylor said. Finding exactly what he wanted to paint has taken the artist from one end of Utah to the other, across the nation and to the British Isles. Getting out gives Taylor a chance to gather the subject matter he needs for his next work -- that is, if he can find a place to park. Taylor says he had to walk around most of the cities he visited during his trip to the British Isles last year. The back roads he traveled were too narrow to allow him to pull over and sketch or photograph the scenes he sought to recreate on canvas. You just basically walk the city. I try to commit as much as possible to memory, but I do take reference photos and do sketching and take notes, Taylor said. Then I take them back to paint in my studio. I do not paint outdoors anymore. It is too hard with the bugs, the sun, the dogs, the weather and the paranoid mothers who think you are there to take their children. Once back in his studio, Taylor does his best to capture the essence of the landscapes. He favors impressionistic designs for their ability to express moods and allow the viewer to get involved with those feelings. He tends to steer away from the hard edges and tight lines. Consequently, those interested in his creations tend to be people with a good background in art. The artist said people just venturing into the art world normally start out with safer works -- pictures that have more detail -- and then grow into more conceptual pieces. While original pieces by Taylor can be found in Park City and some Oregon galleries, he travels around the country, taking his limited edition prints to dealers in some 35 states. But being his own publisher has benefits as well as drawbacks. When you go with a publisher, you lose artistic license. They publish what sells in the market. Being self-published, I do what I want. But it is very expensive if you let yourself take over. There are some pictures I would like to publish but I know they would not sell. So, you have to balance things, Taylor said, adding Utah has some great painters but not so many great buyers. [Date of article: 6 January 2001, written by Janet Hart, Provo Daily Herald.] Note: Email sent to jht@jamesharveytaylor.com is being bounced back.

Taylor, Kristi
7092 North Lodi Avenue
Fresno, California 93722 US

Kristi [and Stephen] Lawrence
  • Work: (559) 275-8283

Class of 1964. Kristi Taylor. Dramatics, Chorus, Seminary Graduate, Seminary 4 years, Poetry Festival, F.H.A., Model U.N., Honor Society, Wildcat Yearbook Advertising-Subscription Editor. BYU BS Business Management 1968. Married Stephen Lawrence. ~ ~ ~ ~ HUSBAND'S OBITUARY: Stephen W. Lawrence of Fresno passed away on Tuesday, October 18, 2005, at age 60. He was born on August 31, 1945, in Weston, West Virginia. Stephen was the owner/operator of Blackstone Tire & Service. He is survived by his wife Kristi Taylor Lawrence [BYH Class of 1964]; son and daughter-in-law, Timothy and Beth Lawrence; daughter and son-in-law, Dana and Dean Webster; six grandchildren; brothers, Tracy Hyre, Donald, Paul and Tom Lawrence; and numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Saturday, October 22, 2005. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. [Fresno Bee, 10/21/2005 - 10/28/2005.] ~ ~ ~ ~ Kristi Taylor Lawrence is President of K. Lawrence Inc., Fresno, California. She is the owner of Lawrence Tire & Service, managed by her son, Timothy W. Lawrence. She and her late husband now have 8 grandchildren. @2011

Taylor, Ray

Taylor, Ray
1858 North 80 East
Orem, Utah 84057-2246

Ray and Leslie Taylor
  • Work: (801) 225-5037

Class of 1964. Ray Taylor. Football, Basketball, Tennis, Forensics, Chorus, Seminary Graduate, Spanish Club. He married Leslie Woolf, also BYH Class of 1964.

Teichert, Marsha
630 East 660 North
Orem, Utah 84097-4234 US

Marsha Kinghorn

Class of 1964 ~ Honorary? Marsha Teichert. Her parents: Robert Henri Teichert and Marjorie Abbie Childs Teichert. They had six children: Marsha Teichert Kinghorn [BYH Class of 1964]; R. Conrad Teichert [BYH Class of 1967] (Diane Farnsworth); Fredrick L. Teichert [BYH Class of 1970]; Paul R. Teichert [BYH Class of 1971]; Robin Teichert; and Barbara Teichert. ~ ~ ~ ~ Marsha married ________ Kinghorn.

Tolley, H. Dennis

Tolley, H. Dennis
1317 E North Pond Circle
Mapleton, Utah 84664-5308

Dennis and Ann Tolley
  • Work: (801) 491-9385

Class of 1964. Seminary Graduate, Seminary 4 years. BYU BS Statistics 1970. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill PHD 1974. Married Ann Hicklooper, BYH Class of 1965.

Wakefield, Helen Margaret
1030 North 100 East
American Fork, Utah 84003-1208

Helen and Dick Devey
  • Work: (801) 756-3043

Class of 1964. Dramatics, Forensics, Chorus, Seminary Graduate, Seminary 4 years, Poetry Festival, Pep Club Vice President, Hi-Steppers, F.H.A., Model U.N., Model U.N. Observer Editor, Yld Cat Newspaper Staff. Married C. Richard Devey. BYU BA Clothing & Textiles 1974. Her parents: Thomas Lynn Wakefield and Helen Whitesides Wakefield of Provo, Utah. Their four children: Dan Wakefield [BYH Class of 1955], Provo; daughters, Mary Lynn Wakefield (Emery) Patten [BYH Class of 1953], Fairview; Emma Susann Wakefield [BYH Class of 1958], Menlo Park, California; and Helen Margaret Wakefield (Dick) Devey [BYH Class of 1964], American Fork.

Wannacott, David
12238 S. Mandan Street
Phoenix, Arizona 85044

David Wannacott
  • Work: (602) 893-2824

Class of 1964 ~ Honorary?

Whetten, David A.
4605 N. Foothill Drive
Provo, Utah 84604-5335

David and Zina Whetten
  • Work: (801) 378-5976
  • Home: (801) 224-0244

Class of 1964. David A. Whetten. Student Body Second Vice President. Basketball, Tennis, Y Club, Dramatics, Forensics, Chorus, Band, Seminary Graduate, Seminary President, Seminary 4 years, Thespians, Soph Class Social Chair, Wildcat Yearbook Subscription Editor 63. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU BS Sociology 1970. BYU MS Sociology 1971. Cornell University - Ithaca New York PhD 1974. He married Zina. ~ ~ ~ ~ Director, BYU Faculty Center, (801)378-6400, (801)378-5976. Alternate emails: david_whetten@byu.edu d_whetten@byu.edu dwhetten@byu.edu dwhetten@mstar2.net david@whetten.net @2010

Wilson, Barbara (1964)
4502 East Carol Avenue Unit 4
Mesa, Arizona 85206-2075 US

Barbara Clausen
  • Work: (480) 654-2207

Class of 1964. Chorus, Seminary Graduate, Seminary 4 years, Pep Club. BYU BA Music 1969.

Wood, Steven
9107 N. Upper Lando Lane
Park City, Utah 84098

Steve and Shirley Wood

Class of 1964 ~ Honorary? Married Shirley.

Woolf, Leslie

Woolf, Leslie
1858 North 80 East
Orem, Utah 84057-2246

Leslie and Ray Taylor
  • Work: (801) 225-9037

Class of 1964. Leslie Woolf. Married Ray Taylor, also BYH Class of 1964.

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