Class of 1965 H.S.

Class of 1965 H.S.'s Website

Alphabetical Alumni

Wilson, Gregory L.
10014 Altavilla Drive
Sandy, Utah 84092-4504 US

Greg and Kathy Wilson
  • Work: (801) 942-1595
  • Cell: 801-361-8071

Class of 1965. Greg Wilson. Football, Y Club, Forensics. BYU BA Economics 1971. MBA 1973. Married Kathy. @2010

Wolsey, Bruce Eldon
542 Montana Avenue
Lovell, Wyoming 82431-1912 US

Bruce and Shanna Wolsey
  • Home: 307-548-2447

Class of 1965. Bruce E. Wolsey. Football, Wrestling, Track, Y Club, Band, Band Drum Major, Drama, Wildcat Yearbook Staff, Seminary 4 years. ~ ~ ~ ~ Banker. Married Shanna J. Wolsey [member, The Lovell Woman’s Club]. ~ ~ ~ ~ At same home address: Veterans of Foreign Wars. ~ ~ ~ ~ Lovell Wyoming Town Council, Councilman Bruce Wolsey. Past President, Lovell Chamber of Commerce. Health Coalition Board Member. ~ ~ ~ ~ First National Bank & Trust, Lovell Branch, P.O. Box 277, 284 East Main Street, Lovell, Wyoming 82431 - PH: (307) 548-2751 - Bruce Wolsey, Branch Manager. ~ ~ ~ ~ Another member of household: Brett E. Wolsey. [Note: email is a general address for all members of the "Town Of Lovell" Town Council.] @2010 ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS RETIREMENT TRIBUTE: Friends, colleagues and longtime customers of Bruce Wolsey gathered at First National Bank and Trust on Dec. 8, 2010 to honor the longtime Lovell Branch Manager upon his retirement. A native of Provo, Utah, Wolsey attended Brigham Young Elementary School and Brigham Young High School before enrolling in Brigham Young University. After a year and a half at BYU, he went into the U.S. Army for three years, serving for a year and a half in Europe and another year in Vietnam. Between his two postings, he married his wife, Shanna. The young couple moved to Denver in 1970, and Bruce went to work for Household Finance Co. for one year. He then worked for Metro Bank and First National Bank of Bear Valley before moving to Jackson in 1980, where he worked for First Wyoming Bank for eight years and Bank of Jackson Hole for another eight years. He also worked for Wyoming Financial Corp. for one year. The Wolseys moved to Lovell in 1997, and Bruce took over as vice president and branch manager of First National Bank and Trust in August of that year. He quickly got involved in his new community, serving on the Lovell Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors for some 12 years, helping to form the Rotary Club, serving as a member of the Lovell Town Council for four years (re-elected in November), serving on the Lovell Recreation Board and working as a volunteer in sports-related activities. "I love kids," he said. Wolsey said serving his community comes naturally to him. "I always wanted to be involved in the communities I lived in and do what I could," he said. "I like to see things accomplished and the town growing and help promote things that need to be done and improve the overall situation of the town." That community interest translated into his banking. "The hard part of retiring is that I will miss the persons I was able to help and associate with and help them with their financial needs," he said. "I like to see people get into a new home or get a new vehicle they've been looking for. That's something I enjoy. That's what I'll miss the most." TRIBUTES: Former assistant vice president and loan officer Cheryl Jolley said Wolsey was good to work with and was an asset to the bank and the community with his various activities. "He is very involved in the community, and he was always nice to customers," Jolley said. "He had an open-door policy and was very helpful to me. He taught me a lot. He's very much a family man. Family is very important to him." Mayor Bruce Morrison agreed, noting, "Ever since he came to the community, he's been an asset not only to the bank but to the community as a whole. He's always been involved, from the chamber to the Rotary Club to the town. He has always wanted to be involved and will continue to be so. "He gained the confidence of all the people as the point man for the bank. People respected his abilities. I've always appreciated his financial expertise on the town council." Bob Rodriguez of Lovell said Wolsey "deserves commendations for his dedicated service to the organization," adding, "Sincere devotion to duty is an attribute of the highest caliber, as exemplified by Bruce. He put in his time to the betterment of his company, and the banking firm, I am sure, is cognizant of his de-votedness. "Bruce will be missed by his bank customers, but by his continued volunteer-ism in the community, we'll still reap the benefits of his commitment." "We wish Bruce well and all the best in his retir-ment," First National Bank and Trust Chief Operations Officer Bob Golden said. [By David Peck, The Lovell Chronicle of Lovell, Wyoming, December 23, 2010]

Wood, Brent J. [Jay Brent]
145 S Ridgecrest Dr
Orem, Utah 84058-5279 US

Brent and JoAnne Wood
  • Cell: 801-362-9671
  • Home: 801-225-9069

Class of 1965. Brent J. Wood. Football, Wrestling, Track, Y Club, Drama. ~ ~ ~ ~ Ricks College [BYUI] 1969. BYU BS Marketing 1979. ~ ~ ~ ~ Married JoAnne B Wood. Household: Brent J. Wood, JoAnne B. Wood, Scott C. Wood, Maria C. Wood, Michele R. Wood, Jay B. Wood. @2010 ~ ~ ~ ~ "Graduated BYU with BA - taught Junior High School in Springville for 33 years. Currently enjoying the retired life with my wife Jo-Anne." @2012

Wright, Sheila L.

Wright, Sheila L.
1947 N Chappel Dr
Spanish Fork, Utah 84660-1318 US

Sheila and Richard Valgardson
  • Cell: 801-375-7486
  • Home: 801-375-8399

Class of 1965. Sheila Wright. Student Body Secretary. French Club, Pep Club, Hi-Steppers, Chorus, Wildcat Yearbook Staff. BYU BS Home Economics Education 1970. Married Richard Paul Valgardson, BYH Class of 1965, on July 5, 1972. Rich Valgardson passed away on November 18, 2015 in Spanish Fork, Utah. Family: We have five grown children: ~~Jason: Jason is 31, married to Erica and living in a new home in Pleasant Grove. They have 3 beautiful daughters (6,4, & 5 mo.) ...two blonds and one with black hair. Jason graduated in Construction Management and builds our homes for us. ~~Kam: Kam is 29, married to Sarianna, and living in a new home in Las Vegas, Nevada. They have a 9-month old son who looks just like him. He played football at BYU and graduated in Construction Management, is currently working for Pulte Construction in Land Acquisition. ~~Coby: Coby is 28, married to Chantille, and living in a new home in Mapleton. They have no children but are "working on it". Both just graduated from UVSC in Business Management. Chantille's parents are semi-retired but own Lakeside RV Park by Utah Lake, and Coby and Chantille manage it with hopes of buying it. ~~Amanda: Amanda is 26, married to Seth Poulson, and living in a new home in Provo, while they build another one in Spanish Fork. No children so far. Seth just graduated in Accounting, but is an outdoors fanatic. In his spare time, he makes cabinetry and works for Boswell Corp. Amanda graduated from UVSC in Executive Assisting with Desktop Publishing emphasis -- she also played volleyball. Then she got her real estate license and worked in sales. We finally convinced her to come work for us and she runs our sales and is project manager. ~~Megan, 22, just finished four years of playing college basketball...two years at CEU, and two years at Montana State. She is 6'2" and was all conference and all academic. She has one more year of college to finish her degree in Health Promotion...and hasn't quite found the right guy yet. She's working for us, as well as for Coby and Chantille for the summer. She's very tired of Montana and wants to finish at University of Utah. Rich's dad passed away 2 years ago after a two-year stay in a rest home. His mom is 86 and not doing well. My parents are still alive and dad never slows down. Mom's health is frail. Our Work: We lived in west Provo for 18 years and have lived here in east Provo for 15 years. Now that our kids are all pretty well gone, we run our construction business out of our home. We have a company called Irontown Housing Company and we build modular homes (not trailers or manufactured homes). We have a factory in Springville, but are going to need a larger one so we have plans for building in Spanish Fork. Our big market this year is California and we have some million-dollar homes we are getting ready to build. It is cheaper to build them here in sections and transport them to California than build there. Rich's expertise in moving has been invaluable. Sheila is the office manager. Someday we will retire... Play: We haven't played much. We did go on some vacations to Acapulco, Hawaii, Puerto Vallarta, and Aruba. They were great, but the last few years it's been hard to get away. Most trips have been to Las Vegas to see our grandson, or to Montana to watch ballgames. Memories: The memories come as we run across people or places that remind us of times past. We loved getting to see the new library finished...and tried to tell our children all about the things we saw happen there, even though the grandchildren just liked the elevator. When we went to Price to see Megan play ball, we remembered being "escorted" out of town after football games down there. When Kam played at BYU, we remembered so many BY High games. Rich still has a scar on his lip from a game there. Sometimes we run into Coach Leishman who told us girls that we were bad for athletes. When I see Megan hoarse after a game, I remember cheering so loud that I didn't have a voice the next day. There were the decorations for the dances, making flowers, rubber swimming pools that leaked, hearing songs like Blue Moon, the pole in the main hall, the graffiti by Provo High, the Y burned in their football field, the assemblies in that awful auditorium, the catwalk where we kicked a hole! to hang an election banner, Anna B. Hart in the carrols, flipping ink cartridges, the burgers across the street, Sadie Hawkins dance in the gym, the guys running the stairs in the elementary school and on and on. It was such a big part of our lives. @2005

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