Class of 1965 H.S.

Class of 1965 H.S.'s Website

Alphabetical Alumni
Alder, Francis Call

Alder, Francis Call
26115 NE 45th Ave
Ridgefield, Washington 98642-8799 US

Francis and Darlene Alder
  • Home: 360-887-2155

Class of 1965. Francis C. Alder. Basketball, Wrestling, Track, Y Club, Spanish Club President, Forensics, Band, Seminary 4 years. Mission, Chile. DDS [General Dentistry]. Married Darlene Belnap, BYH Class of 1965. Dr. Francis C. Alder served as President of the Chile Antofagasta Mission 2004 to 2007. Household in Ridgefield, Washington: Francis C. Alder & Darlene B. Alder. @2017 <--!May 12, 2017 Form Name = ProfileUpdate NameAtGraduation = Francis Alder Address = 26115 NE 45th Avenue CityStateZip = Ridgefield, WA 98642 Phone = 360-887-2155 SubmitterEmail = YearOfGraduation = 1965 Submit = Submit-->

Allen, Liz (Elizabeth)
926 Pennsylvania Pl
Salt Lake City, Utah 84102-2406 US

Liz and Robert Sherlock
  • Work: 801-583-2114
  • Cell: 435-260-0281
  • Home: 801-596-2544 [SLC]; (435) 259-3880 [Moab]

Class of 1965. Liz Allen. "I left BY High in 1964 under a cloud, expelled for a variety of dastardly deeds. Went to BYU as an early entrant, graduated in 1967 at the age of 19 with a B.S. in Sociology. Went on the first BYU semester abroad to Israel in 1968. Married Louis Berntsen, one child, John, born in 1971. Divorced in 1973. Graduated Cum Laude from J. Reuben Clark Law School in 1976. Spent three years in Navy JAG, stationed for two years in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Married Robert Sherlock whom I met in Navy JAG. Two children, Jeff, born in 1984 and Hilary, born in 1994. Completed a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Utah, became an Air Force psychologist. Did tours in Turkey, England, Spain, Panama, Texas. Retired from Hill AFB, Utah, as a Lieutenant Colonel in 2001. Currently living part time in Moab, Utah and part time in Salt Lake City." @2008 ~ ~ ~ ~ Alternate work address: 1666 Harvard Ave, Salt Lake City, Utah 84105 @2010

Asay, Richard C.
19322 East El Dorado Drive
Aurora, Colorado 80013-3719 US

Richard & Cassandra Asay
  • Work: 303-690-3753

Class of 1965. Richard Asay. Football, Track, Y Club, Forensics, Band President, All State Band, Seminary 4 years, Junior Class Social Chair. BYU BS Accounting 1971. MS 1981. Married Cassandra D. @2014

Babcock, Carol
803 LaMonte Lane
Houston, Texas 77018-4436 US

Carol and Thomas Hazel
  • Work: 713-695-5358

Class of 1965. Carol Babcock. F.H.A., Thespians President, Drama Superior Region & State, Chorus, Seminary 4 years, Masque Club Presentation. BYU 1969. Married Thomas R. Hazel. @2010 @2010

Baker, LeEarl Claude

Baker, LeEarl Claude
Farmington, New York US

LeEarl and Veea Baker

Class of 1965. LeEarl Baker. Football, Wrestling, Track, Y Club, Drama, Forensics, Seminary 4 years. BYU BA Art 1977. Married Veea Palmer, BYH Class of 1968. LeEarl Baker, Architect, served the Rochester, New York area; and Ontario, Wayne, and Wyoming Counties of New York. LeEarl Baker died on August 6, 2006, after a battle with cancer. He will be deeply missed. ~ ~ ~ ~ OBITUARY: LeEarl Claude Baker, 58, of Farmington, New York died Sunday, August 6, 2006 at home with his family after a long and courageous battle with cancer. LeEarl was born in Payson, Utah, to Glen and Crystal Brown Baker, both deceased. He played baseball, football, ran track, and lettered in wrestling in high school. He graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree in art, and got his architectural license in 1977. When his sons were young he was chairman of the local Scout committee and coached coach-pitch baseball. LeEarl was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He served a 2-year mission in England from 1967 to 1969. He held many leadership positions in the Church. LeEarl was a long time resident of Utah where he was the Utah County Architect in Provo, Utah. He was active in local and county politics and was president of the Utah County Employees union. As principal of LeEarl Baker Architect, LeEarl worked as a project manager and as an independent consultant in Utah, Colorado, and New York. Some of his favorite architectural projects include the County Health complex in Provo, Utah, the town hall and fire station in Salem, Utah, the Westfall Road meeting house for the LDS church in Rochester, New York, the office / manufacturing facility for FSI in Farmington, New York, and the personal residence of Don and Marcella Burkard in Middlesex, New York. LeEarl married VeeaLynn Palmer in 1969 and is survived by his wife and eight children: D. Vincent (Meg) Baker, Esther Baker, Lillian (Sam) Baker, Andrew (Jennifer) Baker, Glen Baker, Ellen Baker, Hyrum Baker, and Laura Baker. They have four grandchildren, Sebastian, Elliot, Sarah, and Tovey. LeEarl’s life was defined by the love and compassion he had for everyone around him. He always carried dollar bills to give to anyone who asked. The bell ringers got “a dollar going in and a dollar going out” at any store he entered. He generously tipped waitresses and garbage men. All services were private with interment at Boughton Hill Cemetery. The family suggested contributions may be made to the Victor Free Library, 15 West Main St., Victor, NY 14564 in his memory. [Democrat and Chronicle, Rochester, NY Sunday, August 13, 2006.]

Bammes, Bruce E.

Bammes, Bruce E.
South Salt Lake City, Utah US

Bruce and Ruth Bammes

Class of 1965. Bruce Bammes. Drama, Chorus, Wildcat Yearbook Assistant Photographer, Newspaper Assistant Photographer, Model U.N. BYU-Hawaii 1967. BYU 1969. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: John Alden Bammes and Leora Grace Black Bammes of Delta and Fairview, Utah. Their children include: Bruce Bammes [BYH Class of 1965] (Ruth); JoAnn Bammes (Don); Daniel Bammes (Rhonda); and Camille Bammes (Larry). ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: 1946 ~ 2020. Bruce Bammes passed away Sunday, September 20, 2020 at the age of 73. A long-time Salt Lake resident, Bruce had been living at the Devon Gables Care Center in Tucson, Arizona at the time of his passing. Bruce was born in 1946. He graduated from BYU High School in 1965 and served as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in England. He married Ruth Stewart in 1970. They had five children: Bessie, Ben, Rebekah, Susannah, and Roberta along with one grandson, Aidan. Ruth passed away in 2009. Bruce gave his body to the University of Arizona medical school. Bruce was known as a family-oriented, loving, father, husband, brother, and son. He enjoyed working with his hands, having a passion for the intersection of science, technology and engineering. During the 1970s and 1980s, he worked in the budding tech industry for IBM. He will be greatly missed by those in his family and church community. Deseret News, September 22, 2020. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS WIFE'S OBITUARY: Ruth Stewart Bammes, age 65, died on August 31, 2009 at the University of Utah Hospital, Salt Lake City, Utah. She was born on July 18, 1944 in Charlotte, N.C. to Ruth Rayl Stewart and Robert Powell Stewart. She married Bruce Bammes on April 9, 1970. Ruth was an active member of the LDS church. She enjoyed serving in the Relief Society, where she led the singing for their Wednesday meetings. Ruth was a caring mother of five children and one grandchild. She received a BS degree from BYU in 1970. She is survived by her husband Bruce, son Benjamin (Kristen), daughters Bessie, Rebekah, Susannah, and Roberta. Twin sister, Roberta P. Stewart, mother Ruth Rayl Stewart-Smith and grandson Aidan. She was preceded in death by her father, Robert Powell Stewart. Funeral services were held on Thursday, September 3, 2009 at Southgate Ward, 2702 South Main. Interment, Salt Lake City Cemetery. [Deseret News, Thursday, September 3, 2009.] ~ ~ ~ ~ Al

Barton, Bruce [C. Bruce]
2598 East 3650 North
Layton, Utah 84040-8475 US

Bruce and Patricia Barton
  • Home: 801-771-2690

Class of 1965. Bruce Barton. Football, Baseball, Drama Superior Region, Forensics, Forensics Manager, Forensics Undefeated Region & State, Forensics 1st at Weber Invitational, Newspaper Staff. BYU BA Theater & Cinematic Arts 1971. BYU MPA Institute of Public Management 1973. BYU JD Law 1975. He was born in 1947 in Preston, Idaho, moved to Troy, New York. His father, Cliff S. Barton, earned his Ph.D. from Rennselaer Polytechnic Institute (R.P.I.). He was then hired as a professor at BYU to teach in the Civil Engineering department. The Barton family moved to Provo, Utah when Bruce was 12. After high school at Provo High and graduating from BYU High in 1965, he attended BYU on a debate scholarship. From 1966-68 he served an LDS mission to Australia. After his return, he rejoined the debate team and received a bachelor’s (B.A.) degree in speech communications from BYU in 1971. That year he also married Trish. While a student he won the university-wide Heber J. Grant Oratorical and Sloan extemporaneous speaking contests. He worked during his college years. While earning his masters and doctorate degrees, he worked as part-time manager of the Wilkinson Student Center at BYU. Following his B.A. degree, he entered the BYU School of Management and received his M.P.A. degree (Master of Public Administration) in 1973. He entered the J. Reuben Clark Law School charter class at BYU and received his law (J.D.) degree in 1975. He was the first graduate - having completed a three year program in just two years. After graduation he was hired as the first full-time city attorney for Layton, Utah. While in that capacity he was elected President of the Utah City Attorney Association. After ten years, he was asked to become the City Manager for Layton. He was there seven years and was named the 1991 Utah City Manager of the Year. He left the city and became President and Chairman of the Board of a non-profit corporation which owns four medical facilities in Utah (three skilled nursing and one intermediate care facility for the mentally retarded). For over twenty years he has had a general law practice with an emphasis on trial work and estate planning. Beginning in 1975, he has been a Kiwanis Club president; a county United Way president; and also ran for the state legislature (and lost). It was in 1984 that he introduced a Scripture Kit into the LDS market for serious students of the scriptures. It has evolved into one of the top professional study systems. Over the years, he has lectured on time management, risk management, management ethics, and constitutional law history. But he says his top interest is getting others excited about the scriptures. He has taught classes on studying the scriptures in the Church Educational System at the Salt Lake City Education Week and at firesides, Relief Society homemaking lessons, and at Scripture Kit Workshops. He has also led tours to Israel. His wife, the former Patricia Bradley of Bountiful, Utah, has lived in England and New Zealand while her father was on a church building mission program. Bruce met her at BYU where she earned her B.S. degree in Social Work. They have six children (two daughters: Alisa and Gina; and four sons: Paul, Kirk, Mason and Jay). All four boys have earned Eagle Scout awards and three have served missions, in Chile, Argentina, and Paraguay. Their oldest daughter married Brian Buxton and they have a daughter, Amanda. ~ ~ ~ ~ Alternate email: @2010

Bateman, Kim A.
111 N 460 E, Apt 865
Ephraim, Utah 84627-1215

Kim and Linda Bateman
  • Work: 435-283-4730
  • Cell: 801-953-5869

Class of 1965. Kim A. Bateman. Senior Class President. Basketball, Wrestling, Y Club, Forensics, Chorus, Band President, All State Band, Seminary 4 years, Homeroom Rep, Junior Class Vice President, Sweetheart King, Boys State, Outstanding Boy, Band Achievement Award. BYU 1969. University of Utah MD 1974. Kim is a physician in Ephraim, Sanpete County, Utah. His parents: J. LaVar Bateman and Helen Mae Ream Bateman. They had five children: Kim Bateman, MD [BYH Class of 1965] (Linda); Shauna Bateman Horne [BYH Class of 1966 - Honorary] (dec.) (Rick Horne); Kathleen Bateman Peterson [BYH Class of 1969] (Steve Peterson); Lucinda Bateman, MD; and Kyle Bateman (Julee). @2008

Belnap, Darlene

Belnap, Darlene
26115 NE 45th Ave
Ridgefield, Washington 98642-8799

Darlene and Francis Alder
  • Home: 360-887-4858

Class of 1965. Darlene Belnap. French Club, F.H.A., Tennis, Trans. Married Dr. Francis C. Alder, BYH Class of 1965. Brother and Sister Francis C. Alder served in the Chile Antofagasta Mission, 2004-2007. Household: Francis C. Alder, Darlene Belnap Alder, & Daniel Jensen. @2009

Benson, Cynthia
8848 Ridge Hill Court
Orangevale, California 95662-4062 US

Cynthia and Byron Lovell
  • Home: 916-987-7714

Class of 1965. Cynthia Benson. Her parents: J. Lynn Benson [legendary speech and drama teacher at Brigham Young High School] and Fern Benson of Rigby, Idaho. Cynthia married Byron Lovell of Springville, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ Household: Cynthia K. Lovell, Byron L. Lovell, Chad Lovell, Jennifer L. Lovell, Jeffrey L. Lovell, Linsay K. Lovell. Alternate address: Big T/Value King Supermarkets, Byron Lovell, PO Box 15127, Sacramento, CA 95851-1127. ~ ~ ~ ~ At the suggestion of Ann Hickenlooper, Cynthia Benson Lovell is one of 8 people changed from Honorary class member status in the Class of 1965 "because they attend our reunions and we are their only high school." @2010

Berge, Lee
1934 North 90 West
Orem, Utah 84057 US

Lee and Stephanie Berge
  • Work: 801-225-0604

Class of 1965. Lee Berge. Basketball, Baseball, Y Club, Chorus. He married Stephanie Smith, daughter of Thales H. Smith and Anna Charone Hellberg Smith. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: Glen Earl Berge and Beulah Susie Manson Berge, married on December 18, 1937, and they lived in Provo, Utah. Their children included: Barbara Berge (Doug) Schaerrer; Lee Berge [BYH Class of 1965] (Stephanie Smith) Berge; and Glenda Berge (Gus) Gianelo. @2010

Berryessa, Richard
9187 Branford Hills Street
Las Vegas, Nevada 89123 US

Richard Berryessa
  • Work: 702-896-2830

Class of 1965. Richard Berryessa. Alternate address: 2642 Pershing Circle, Henderson, Nevada 89014-1332 @2001.

Boot, Nicolaas C. Jr.
852 West 1280 North
Provo, Utah 84604-3134 US

Nick and Joyce Boot
  • Work: 801-373-5317

Class of 1965. Nick Boot. Chorus. He married Joyce [Della Joyce], and they have nine children. [Nicolaas spelling is correct.] ~ ~ ~ ~ The Boot family emigrated from the Netherlands to the US in 1956. Two brothers and two sisters in the Boot family are alumni of BYH. Both Elizabeth "Bep" Boot and Johanna "Anneke" Boot graduated in the BYH Class of 1959, but Elizabeth is two years older. Nicholaas Boot is in the BYH Class of 1965, and Robert Boot is a member of the BYH Class of 1969. @2010

Bullock, Michael S.
2869 Flintlock Street
Eugene, Oregon 97408-4623 US

Mike and Nancy Bullock
  • Home: 541-344-1018

Class of 1965. Mike Bullock. Student Body President. Football, Basketball, Track, Baseball, Y Club, Spanish Club, Junior Class President, Junior Prom King, Boys State. BYU BA 1971. Married Nancy Oblad. ~ ~ ~ ~ Household: Michael S. Bullock, Nancy O. Bullock, Sean Bullock, Jared L. Bullock, & Jennifer Bullock. @2009

Buttle, Joseph W.
6585 Mount Forest Drive
San Jose, California 95120-1928

Joe Buttle
  • Home: 408-268-3984

Class of 1965. Joe Buttle. Basketball, Track, Y Club, Chorus, Ski Club. BYU BS Mathematics 1969. @2010

Bybee, Roger
125 East 87th Street
New York City, New York 10128-1124

Roger Bybee
  • Work: 212-427-3257

Class of 1965. Roger Bybee. Ski Club, Band. Alternate address: PO Box 6949, New York, New York 100150. ~ ~ ~ ~ Work address: Roger Bybee, 130 E 25th St., New York, NY 10010-2921 - (212) 995-5000. Job: Friends Quarters Housing Development Fund Corporation, Treasurer. @2009 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: Raymond Noell Bybee and Jewell Sowards Bybee [BYH Class of 1942].

Child, Karen M.
1574 North 950 West
Orem, Utah 84057-2974 US

Karen and Ronald Peterson
  • Home: 801-224-3389

Class of 1965. Spanish Club, Forensics, Seminary 4 years, Model U.N., Trans. Married Ronald J. Peterson. @2001 ~ ~ ~ ~ Household: Karen M. Peterson, Ronald J. Peterson, and Scott Peterson. @2009

Christensen, Linda (1965)
2521 East 6485 South
Salt Lake City, Utah 84121-2342 US

Linda and Wayne Heady
  • Home: 801-942-6483

Class of 1965. Linda Christensen. French Club, Pep Club, F.H.A., Ski Club, Chorus, Band, Seminary 4 years, Junior Varsity Cheerleader. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU AS Nursing 1968. Married Wayne A. Heady. ~ ~ ~ ~ Memories: The people. The campus. The trees. Sand dunes. Y hike to add the "Hi". Graduation day & night. @2010

Christensen, Ole Vandborg (1965)
11546 Jordan Point Dr
Sandy, Utah 84092-5306 US

Ole Christensen
  • Home: (801) 576-6476

Class of 1965. Ole Vandborg Christensen. Basketball, Baseball, Spanish Club. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU 1969. ~ ~ ~ ~ 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: 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. ~ ~ ~ ~ Household: Lori Christensen. @2010

Christensen, Sylvia R.
425 West 1750 North
Lehi, Utah 84043-1007 US

Sylvia and Roger Hatch
  • Home: 801-768-8677

Class of 1965. Sylvia Christensen. Spanish Club, Pep Club, High Steppers, Science Club, Delegate to Youth Business Conference. Parents: Theodore J. W. Christensen and Rae M. Anderson. Sylvia married Roger Hatch in April 1971. Parents of Julie Ann Hatch Carter and Jared Carter, Lehi, Utah; Nathan Hatch and Amy B. Hatch, Ogden, Utah; Michael T. Hatch, Lehi, Utah; Samuel B. Hatch, Lehi, Utah; Andrew R. and Amelia S. Hatch, Lehi, Utah; Bonnie R. Hatch Jones and Levi Jones, SLC, Utah; Amy E. Hatch, Lehi, Utah; Mollie C. Hatch, Lehi, Utah. Six grand children. Sylvia is now a stay-at-home Mom. Four children served missions, four got married, and they have four more to get married. Roger retired and is working again at the Central Utah Water Conservancy District during the last our years. They have grandkids visiting from Texas since their Dad in in Iraq. Memories: Sylvia came to BYH in the 10th grade. It was a busy year. We took state in basketball that year. I enjoyed the school plays and sports activities. Miss Berry was a great friend and I learned to love books while working in the library. Mrs. Caine was a great teacher. I got to go to the Junior Prom. I worked really hard my senior year and made the honor roll the last three terms. @2010

Clark, Lorraine
4096 North 200 East
Provo, Utah 84604-5054 US

Lorraine [and Vince] Skarda
  • Work: (801) 224-0478

Class of 1965. Lorainne Clark. BYU BA English 1969. Married R. Vencil Skarda. Her parents: Bruce B. Clark and Ouida Raphiel Clark. Their children: Lorraine Clark [BYH Class of 1965] (R. Vencil) Skarda of Provo, Utah; Bradley Drexel (Janette Robinson) Clark [BYH Class of 1968], Sugar City, Idaho; Robert Clark [BYH Class of 1970] of Orem, Utah; Jeffrey (Anne) Clark [BYH Class of 1971] of Washington, D.C.; Shawn (Barbara) Clark of Spanish Fork, Utah; and Sandra Clark of Orem, Utah. [Nov. 2004] ~ ~ ~ ~ HER HUSBAND'S OBITUARY: Ralph Vencil Skarda Jr., born May 22, 1940 died in his Provo home of 35 years the morning of January 13, 2009 while surrounded by his family. Born in Los Angeles, California to Emma Pearl Dickman & Ralph Vencil Skarda, Vencil was raised in Covina, California. After his junior year at Covina high school he enrolled at Pamona College where he completed a B.A. in mathematics. He continued his studies at Caltech where in 1965 he finished his Ph.D. in number theory the week he turned 25. Vencil taught math at BYU from 1965 to 2005 where he particularly enjoyed coaching students for the national Putnum Mathematics Competition. He was a member of the Mathematics Association of America and coordinated high school mathematics competitions for twenty years. His greatest enjoyments when not working on research were boating at Lake Powell, listening to classical music and lifting weights at the gym daily. Vencil served many years in the LDS church in scouting, as a family history consultant as well as the stake financial clerk. On July 23, 1971 Vencil married Lorraine Clark in the SLC temple. Vencil is survived by his wife, his children; David (Paula), Brian (Betsy), Kathleen Villa (Christian), Michael, Christopher (Sarah), Jonathan, and Jennifer Ottis (Kent), as well as 17 grandchildren. A funeral was held on Friday, January 16, 2009 at the Edgemont 9th Ward LDS Chapel at 4300 North Canyon Road, Provo, Utah. [Provo Daily Herald, Wednesday, January 14, 2009]

Curtis, Nancy
2571 South 75 West
Bountiful, Utah 84010-6448 US

Nancy and David Donaldson
  • Work: (801) 397-2818

Class of 1965. Nancy Curtis. Drama, Chorus, Seminary 4 years. BYU BS Child Development & Family Relations 1972. Married David Donaldson. Quote: Sixty isn't so old anymore. News: My husband, David, works for the University of Utah Medical School. Eight of our nine children are grown -- four are married, two in college, and two enjoying their careers. David's Mom died four years ago. His Dad and my Mom still live in Provo. I have worked as a librarian for a few years, but now only volunteer at the public library and the reading program at the junior high. Last year I participated in Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training. I am the Preparedness Chair at church. Memories: School plays, great football and basketball games, and who could forget the great sand dune party? @2005

Davis, Shirlee

Davis, Shirlee
1737 Sego Lane
Provo, Utah 84604 US

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

Class of 1965. Shirlee Davis. Student Body Head Cheerleader. Spanish Club, Pep Club, Chorus, Seminary 4 years, Junior Prom Queen, Homecoming Queen, Trans. BYU 1969. Married Rand H. Packer, BYH Class of 1964. News: Rand has 35 years in the Church Education System, and is Stake President of the BYU Fourth Stake. Shirlee has just completed 30 years of parent-teacher conferences and is loving life watching children grow and become independent. Memories: Working on Junior Prom -- the thousands of paper flowers we made, decorating for the dance, everything done with class members are treasured memories. Going to school every day is also a choice memory -- Transferring from a predominantly non-Mormon school, I loved coming to BY High where I would hear conversations in the hall, lectures in class, or as we gathered around the main hall, about Mutual or Seminary. It was so nice to be around peers who shared the same values I had. To not smell smoke or alcohol in the classrooms and halls, to have teachers who were examples I could look up to, and to be around peers who could have so much fun doing good things, was such a refreshing change from the school environment from which I had come. @2005 & @2009. @2010

DeHart, Cathie

DeHart, Cathie
American Fork, Utah

Cathie and Wayne Young

Class of 1965. French Club, Pep Club, F.H.A., Forensics, Basketball, Home Economics Achievement Award. Born July 6, 1947 in Provo, Utah. Cathie DeHart married Wayne B. Young, DDS, of American Fork. She died December 29, 1983 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Interment: Pleasant Grove City Cemetery. Her mother: Virginia McNamara. Her brother, Brian DeHart, is a member of the BYH Class of 1963.

Egbert, Stephen L.
2941 Bishop Street
Lawrence, Kansas 66046-6108

Steve and Kathryn Egbert
  • Home: 785-842-7228

Class of 1965. Steve Egbert. Football, Track, National Merit Finalist, Spanish Club President, Forensics Superior Region, Chorus, Band, Newspaper, 3 BYU Foreign Language Fairs. BYU BS Geography 1980. Married Kathryn. His parents: Dr. Robert L. Egbert and Gretchen Johnson Egbert, married 1945 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They had nine children: Stephen L. (Kathryn) Egbert [BYH Class of 1965], Lawrence, Kansas; Timothy P. Egbert [BYH Class of 1966], Salt Lake City, Utah; Robert J. (Sherie) Egbert, LaVista, Nebraska; Matthew K. (Heather) Egbert, Omaha, Nebraska; Linda G. Egbert [BYH Class of 1970] (Wendell) Gubler, Santa Clara, Utah; Kristin K. Egbert [BYH Class of 1971] (Ronald) Bates, Malaga, Washington; Sandra J. Egbert (John) Clark, Orem, Utah; Rebecca J. Egbert (Scott) Hinckley, Omaha, Nebraska; and Barbara G. Egbert (Kyle) Hettinger, Phoenix, Arizona [2001]. @2007

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