Class of 1950 H.S.

Class of 1950 H.S.'s Website

Alphabetical Alumni

Greer, Deon C.
c/o LDS Public Affairs Office
Geneva, Switzerland

Deon and Julie Greer

Class of 1950. Football. Professor of Geography, Weber State University. Vytautas Magnus University (VMU), the first private university in the former Soviet Union modeled on Western educational standards, was established in 1989 in Lithuania. Greer served as a visiting professor at VMU from September through December 1991. He taught classes in comparative government. -- 1989 - WSC PROFESSOR SAYS SIBERIAN TERRITORY IS PLAGUED BY ALCOHOL ABUSE, CRIME, BIAS. Alcohol abuse, crime and ethnic discrimination plague a Siberian territory where a Weber State College professor is taking part in a special study. Geography Professor Deon Greer has written home a description of his experiences thus far in the Tuvan Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic, a territory in southern Siberia near the Mongolian border, where he's participating in a joint Soviet-Mongolian geographical experiment. He said alcohol abuse is an even more serious problem in Tuva, where Tuvans occupy the bottom of the Soviet economic ladder, than it is in the rest of the Soviet Union. Unlike in Moscow, alcohol is rationed in Tuva, and Greer and his wife noticed a shortage of items containing sugar, because the government is rationing it as well to prevent the making of bootleg liquor. In Tuva's capital, Kyzyl, a city of 60,000, the crime rate is among the highest in the USSR, Greer wrote, ``with as many as seven knifings occurring in one night, creating a populace fearful of going out on the streets after dark.'' The area is also experiencing civil unrest, with a ``spate of protests by Tuvans against the Russian population.'' Greer said the unrest is due principally to unemployment and salary differences between Tuvans and Russians. Such goods as soap, matches and razor blades are in short supply, but shops have plenty of dairy products, bread, meat and fish, and the free market has fresh, local vegetables and products from other republics. Even though glasnost is neither as well accepted nor understood as it is in European Russia, ``The effects are spreading to the Tuvan A.S.S.R,'' wrote Greer and his wife, Julie. They told of a reporter friend who, in the past, had been harassed, arrested and beaten for his liberal reporting. One evening when the reporter was visiting the Greers, he was summoned to the lobby of the building by the Russian KGB. He was then taken outside and ordered to ``remove himself from the area.'' In the spirit of glasnost, however, the reporter replied, ``I'll give you five minutes to depart yourselves, before I expose you to the entire country as well as the world.'' He and the Greers returned to their apartment without further incident. The geographical experiment on which Greer is working involves a proposal to preserve the pristine state of Tuva, then use the area as a norm against which to test environmental deterioration elsewhere around the world. But Greer wrote, ``It appeared to us that the preservation of this untouched region would be nearly impossible, given the economic needs of the people and the readily exploitable resources available.'' [Published in the Deseret News, Thursday, November 16, 1989.] 2004 -- Elder Deon Greer, LDS Public Affairs Missionary, August 2004, Geneva, Switzerland.

Gregson, Wayne
1302 Sheffield Way
Roseville, California 95661-5542

Wayne Gregson
  • Work: (916) 783-9982

Class of 1950. Chorus.

Grosjean, Glen C.

Grosjean, Glen C.
Salt Lake City, Utah

Glen Grosjean

Class of 1950. Football, Track, Chorus, Opera, Band, French Club. OBITUARY: Glenn C. Grosjean passed away January 24, 1996 at his home, from complications of emphysema. He was born in Logan, Utah, June 12, 1932 to Albert C. and Verrell S. Grosjean. He was educated in Provo City schools, graduating from B.Y. High in 1950. He attended the University of Utah. He was a veteran of the Korean War. He married Jeannine Anderson in 1953, together they had three children. They were later divorced. He then married Evelyn (Kris) Smart. They divorced also. He worked for several years for the Sears Corporation. He was also a self-employed jeweler. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He was a good friend to many, who will miss him. He is survived by his children, Rick C. Clark, Preston, Idaho; Jeff N. Clark, Hacienda Heights, Calif.; Staci L. Clark, Sacramento, Calif.; father, Albert C. Grosjean, Orem, Utah; sister, Maxine (Don) McIntosh, Orem, Utah; six grandchildren and special friend, Marge Lopez, Salt Lake City, Utah. Preceded in death by his mother in 1989. Funeral services were held Monday, January 29, 1996 in Salt Lake City. Interment: Logan City Cemetery. [Deseret News, Sunday, January 28, 1996.]

Hansan, Beverly Diane
1528 Douglas
Clovis, California 93612-3124

Beverly Woodbury

Class of 1950. Fauvines, Chorus. Married ______ Woodbury. --@2001

Harrison, Nayda
1717 Cochran
Las Vegas, Nevada 89104

Nayda Birrell

Class of 1950. Senior Class Social Chair. Fauvines President, Type Team, Shorthand Team, Junior Class Social Chair, Notre Maison. Married _____ Birrell. Mother: Lottie M. Harrison.

Henderson, Norma

Henderson, Norma
Layton, Utah US

Norma and Blain Jones

Class of 1950. Norma Henderson. Thespians. Married Blain C. Jones. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Norma Henderson Jones passed away at her home October 26 [not September 26], 2006 after courageously battling Non-Hogkins Lymphoma for 19 years. Norma was born on March 15, 1932 in Park City, Utah to Clarence Henderson and Ada L. Henderson. She graduated from Brigham Young High School in Provo, Utah, in the Class of 1950. She married Blain C. Jones, January 15, 1953 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. She was a member of the Layton 31st LDS ward. Norma served in many callings and loved everyone with whom she served. She also fulfilled her life-long dream as a missionary at the Church Office building. She loved sharing the Gospel with others and was always willing to bear her testimony of the Savior and the Gospel. She was a devoted mother and grandmother. She loved music and the arts. She had a special talent for gardening, interior decorating and cooking. Norma is survived by her loving husband Blain; her beloved favorite son Ross, his lovely wife Rochelle, and her very best friend and devoted daughter Janiece; her Mother, Ada L. Henderson Johnson; sister Merle Henderson (Sherman) Jones; and brother-in-law Kenneth (Audrey) Fowles; her grandsons: David (Crissy) Snyder, Daniel (Julie) Snyder, Ryan (Melissa) Casey, Christopher (Kim) Casey, Andrew (Nichole) Casey; and 5 great-grandchildren; her special friend David Andrew Stewart; and several nieces and nephews. Norma was preceded in death by her father, Clarence Henderson; her sister Bernice Henderson Fowles, her favorite aunt, Mallie Bradford; and her best friend, Hermer Haydell (Irmadell DeGraffenried). Funeral services were held at the Layton Creekside Stake Center in Kaysville Utah. Interment, Kaysville City Cemetery. [Provo Daily Herald, October 27, 2006.]

Hobbs, Joanna
4549 Canyon Road
Pleasant Grove, Utah 84062

Joanna Major

Class of 1950. Notre Maison, Thespians Vice President, Fauvines, Band, Debate, Chorus, Drum Majorette. Married ______ Major.

Holdaway, Joanne
1472 Lou Dillon Lane %232
Santa Barbara, California 93103

Joanne Holdaway

Class of 1950. Wildcat Yearbook, Quill & Scroll, Fauvines, Debate, Thespians, Notre Maison. BYU BA 1954. Married _____ Morrill. --@2001

Howard, Marie
1604 Piper Avenue
Las Vegas, Nevada 89030-5275

Marie Sanders

Class of 1950. Chorus. Married _____ Sanders --@2001

Innes, Larry
630 N 1st Ave
Thatcher, Arizona 85552-5404

Larry Innes
  • Work: (928) 428-7436

Class of 1950. Tennis, Lettermen, French Club. Alternate address: Box 472, Stafford, Arizona 85548 @2001.

Jackman, Morris Albert

Jackman, Morris Albert
Provo, Utah US

Morris and Carol Jackman

Class of 1950. Morris A. "Mo" Jackman. Senior Class Vice President. Golf, Baseball, Football, Letterman Club, Chorus, Junior Prom Chairman, French Club. BYU BA Business Management 1954. Played on the BYU Baseball team in 1954. Married Carol Dunford. ~ ~ ~ ~ Carol Dunford-Jackman, a native of Provo, Utah, received her BA in Art from BYU in 1954. She also received her BFA from BYU. Married to Morris Jackman and a mother of five children, she returned to BYU to study sculpture after her children were all in school. Carol has been included in the Springville Museum of Art Spring Salon ever since she began exhibiting. She won the Juror's Choice in 1984 and 1986. She has exhibited in many other in-state shows, winning a Purchase Award in the American Congress of Art and Design. Recently, she was commissioned by Intermountain Health Care to sculpt a life-size bronze of a Pink Lady and two children. Her work is representational, intended to capture intense personal emotion and sensitivity. The female form is a forte of the artist. @2010 ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Morris Albert Jackman, 1932 - 2018. Morris Albert Jackman passed away on Friday, April 27, 2018 surrounded by family. He was born in Levan, Utah (hand over heart) on January 7, 1932. Mo, as he was known to all, was an active participant in life rather than a spectator, always striving for excellence in all he did. His work life began at age 9 where he was employed by Muir-Roberts, Co., a fresh produce packer and shipper where he was entrusted with gluing labels on shipping crates. His employment with Muir Roberts would last a lifetime where at retirement he was President and CEO of the company. He graduated from Brigham Young High School in the Class of 1950. The youngest of 5 siblings, he was always trying to keep up with older brothers which honed his skill as an athlete. BYU where he played freshman basketball. However, his true passion then was baseball. He pitched for the Cougars and lettered 4 years. He also played semi-pro baseball. After graduation from BYU he married the love of his life, Carol Dunford, in the Manti LDS Temple on July 30, 1954. Their early married life was one of travel and adventure via his service to his country. He entered the US Air Force as a Second Lieutenant and was a pilot who flew C-124 cargo planes ferrying weapons, equipment and troops around the pacific rim. He also served as Branch President for an Air Force Group of Saints in Malden, Missouri. After 3 years in the Air Force, Mo and Carol moved back to Provo to raise a family. His athletic passion turned from baseball to golf where he became extremely accomplished. He was Club Champion three times at Timpanogos Golf course. After joining Riverside Country Club he won 8 more Championships. For many years he held the Utah State record for the lowest competitive round of golf, 61. He also, served as President of Riverside Country Club. He served in numerous callings in the LDS church. His favorite calling was the 7 years he served with Carol at the MTC in Provo where they taught a class for the incoming, non-english speaking missionaries. Seeing these young people and their conviction served to intensify his own life long conviction to the gospel. Mo was a true competitor and fitness fanatic. His children can recall many Family Home Evenings that ended in sit-up contests or leg wrestling. Of all his athletic and business accomplishments, to him the greatest accomplishment in his life was his family. A devoted father, grandfather and great grandfather he had a way of making each one feel as if they were the most important thing to him. He is survived by his wife of 63 years Carol, children, Cyd and Kent Davis, Maury and Jenifer Jackman, Shelly and Kay Pulver, Clay and Amy Jackman, Andrea and Alex Rosborough, 22 grandchildren, 26 great grandchildren and innumerable souls to whom it felt natural to call him uncle Mo. Services will be held on Wednesday, May 2, 2018, 11 am. Visitation will be held on Tuesday evening, May 1, 6-8 pm and on Wednesday May 2, 9-10:30 am at Edgemont 7th Ward (Ripples Church) 555 E. 3230 N., Provo, Utah. [Deseret News, April 29 to May 1, 2018]

Jacobson, Ruelene

Jacobson, Ruelene
Chico, California

Ruelene and Paul Fillerup Smith

Class of 1950. Ruelene Jacobson. Notre Maison, Fauvines, Chorus, Graduation Committee. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: 1932 ~ 2018 ~ Ruelene Jacobson Fillerup-Smith returned to our Heavenly Father and His Son, Jesus Christ on February 25, 2018. Ruelene was a lifelong member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She exercised great faith in Jesus Christ throughout her life and was obedient to His commandments; she offered the sacrifice of a broken heart and a contrite spirit, and rendered frequent and plenary service to others. She will come forth on the morning of the first resurrection. Ruelene was born on February 3, 1932 in Provo, Utah, the oldest child of Reuel and Ina Jacobson. Reuel was a prominent sheep rancher in the Wasatch Mountains. Ina, maiden name Allred, was also from a ranching family. Ruelene was raised in Provo. She graduated from Brigham Young High School in the Class of 1950, then attended Brigham Young University there. Ruelene married Leland M. Fillerup on December 20, 1951. Lee was a well-known physician in Butte County. After he died in 2013, Ruelene married Paul D. Smith, Lt. Col. United States Army, Retired, in 2014. Paul and Ruelene had a tender and affectionate relationship. Ruelene obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Liberal Arts and a Master of Arts Degree in Fine Arts. She was an artist in multiple media, primarily water color. Her perspicacity gave her deep appreciation for the beauty of the world. Ruelene is survived by her dear husband, Paul D. Smith, six children - Ann Rosine, David Fillerup, Susan Ward, Mark Fillerup, Joseph Fillerup and Peter Fillerup, 19 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by three grandchildren. A service on her behalf will be held on Saturday, March 3, 2018, 10 a.m., at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 735 W East Avenue, Chico, California. A viewing is at 9 a.m. at the same location. Interment, Provo, Utah. To view obituary and send online condolences go to [Deseret News, February 28, 2018]

James, Joyce
1801 North 650 East
Provo, Utah 84604

Joyce Ridge

Class of 1950. Fauvines, Notre Maison, French Club. BYU BA 1954, BYU-Idaho (Ricks College) 1959. Married ______ Jensen. Married to ______ Ridge @2001.

Jex, Rhoda Joyce

Jex, Rhoda Joyce
Murray, Utah US

Joyce & Vernile Westenskow

Class of 1950. Joyce Jex. Parents: James M. Jex and Celia Hiatt Jex, Provo, Utah. Married Vernile "Bill" Westenskow on November 22, 1957 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. We raised 6 fabulous kids: Kevin (Jackie Haines, Murray, Utah; Leni (Robert Jeans), New Port Richie, Florida; Kim, Mesa, Arizona; Lisa (Eric Thompson), Fountain, Colorado, Heath (Suzanne Ward), Gilbert, Arizona; and Hal (Kathy Crookston), West Jordan, Utah. To date I have 29 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren. We raised our family primarily in the West Valley and Murray Utah areas. Vernile taught school for Jordan School District and I spent years working for BYU and the Church in the Missionary Department. I also worked for the State Legislature as the Engrossing Clerk, and Assistant Minute Clerk as well, off and on for 10 years. Vernile passed away December 24, 1990. This was a great loss to me, but we know that we shall be together again some day. @Oct2010 ~ ~ ~ ~ Joyce helped organize the 40th reunion of the BYH Class of 1950 in 1990. @2010 ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Rhoda Joyce Westenskow, 1932 ~ 2018. Rhoda Joyce Jex Westenskow passed away December 2, 2018, in Orem, Utah. Joyce was born August 24, 1932 in Provo, Utah. Joyce was the seventh child born to James Moses Jex and Celia Clementine Hiatt Jex. As a young child age of 7 or 8 years of age, she survived rheumatic fever. This disease left Joyce with weakened heart condition, but those who knew “Aunt Joyce”, would never know it. She attended private school at Brigham Young High School, graduating in the Class of 1950. The BYH Education Building presently serves as the Provo City Library. Joyce graduated from grade school in 1950. Fun fact: her BYH graduating class included the class president, President Dalin H. Oaks. We learned this neat fact from mom in 1990 when her 40th high school reunion was due and Mom was at that time working in the Missionary Department of the LDS Church offices. Elder Oaks recruited Mom to help track down the surviving members of their graduating class. Following her years of secondary education she attended BYU. She worked in the BYU Administration Building as administrative assistant to BYU president, Ernest L. Wilkinson. On occasion she was hired by a local department store to pose as shoe model, and her ankles were seen by many in the department store windows over the years. For her services she was paid in shoes. Mom’s shoe collection was very-much present throughout her life and even up to her death. While attending and working at BYU, Joyce met a young man who lived in a bachelor pad known as “Ye Empty Arms”. This young man was William Vernile Westenskow. After years of an on-again and off-again courtship, Joyce waited for her suitor to finish a six-year stint in the United States Air Force. Joyce and Vernile married on November 22, 1957. They were blessed with 6 children over the next 11 years. Joyce worked most of her life; she had various full-time jobs. She and her sisters ran a catering company, A & C Catering, short for her sisters' middle names, Ann and Celia; it was commonly known as “Aunts & Cousins Catering”. She worked as an administrative assistant to Paul Dunn in the early years of marriage when they lived in Southern California. She served as reading clerk for Utah State Legislature for several years. She also worked for the Utah Educators Association for a time. She worked for the Rulon T. Burton law firm. Though not an official paralegal, she, like so many times before, wowed people with her natural ability to be successful in any role that she filled. Joyce loved the work with the Burton Law office, but with the failing health of her husband she sought employment that provided better health benefits. Joyce began working for the Missionary Department of the LDS Church Offices. She was adored by those that she worked with. She later filled a role in the department that we came to know as the “International Mission”. She served as a communication and coordination portal for missionary couples that were serving in parts of the world that had not yet been open for missionary work. As couples returned to Church Headquarters, without fail they found “Joyce” to put a face to her name. Many of them brought a gift particular to the nation that they had served in. She garnered a wonderful collection of thoughtful tokens received from these beloved missionary couples that she served. In the early 1980’s Vernile learned his diabetes was advancing, and over the course of the next decade Joyce supported and loved him as he endured renal failure that began in 1983, progressed into a state that required kidney dialysis, and ultimately a kidney transplant in 1985. Later that year, Vernile had an amputation of his left leg from mid-calf down. In the fall of 1989, he lost his right leg to diabetic neuropathy. Finally, in December of 1990, William Vernile Westenskow passed away. During this same time, Joyce continued to work, support her husband, support 2 missionaries, and marry off 3 of her children. Oh, one more thing, in the fall of 1990, Joyce, fell and dislocated her right shoulder. Her injury really spurred Vernile into action. He enjoyed taking care of her for a change. Joyce had a life filled with church service, organizing Gold and Green Ball events and coordinating Stake roadshows. She brought her special touch of class to everything she was involved. Following her sweetheart’s death in 1990 she began to have issues of declining health. She continued to do what she had always done, help her kids and serve others. Joyce lived by example, hers was a life of love and devotion for family as she witnessed weddings, births and the passing of brothers and sisters, nieces, nephews and friends. We, her children, are joyful in the knowledge that the Gospel teaches, that our dear, sweet Mother is finally reunited with our Dad after a long 28 years. Mom is survived by her sister, Mary Ellen Jolley of Salt Lake City, her six children, 22 grand-children and 28 great-grand-children: Kevin (Jackie) in Murray, Utah; Leni (Robert Jeans) in Newport Richie, Florida; Kim (Jeri) in Mesa, Arizona; Lisa (Eric Thompson) Pleasant Grove, Utah; Heath (Suzanne) in Gilbert, Arizona; Hal (Kathy) in Kearns, Utah. Share online condolences at Interment, Mountain View Memorial Cemetery.[Salt Lake Tribune, December 4 to December 5, 2018]

Judd, Parley H.

Judd, Parley H.
Provo, Utah

Parley and Virginia Judd

Class of 1950. Band, Chorus. Parley Hortt Judd, born 16 February 1931 in Provo, Utah. Married Virginia Munson. Parents: Parley W. Judd & Eloise Hortt Judd. Died 17 March 1974, also in Provo. Buried, Provo City Cemetery.

Karren, Thomas A.
PO Box 35
24 E 1st Ave S
Magrath, Alberta, Canada T0K 1J0 CA

Tom & Joan Karren
  • Work: (403) 758-3473

Class of 1950. Tom Karren. Member of the State Championship Basketball team of 1948-1949 & 1949-1950, Baseball, Football, Junior Class President, Chorus, Lettermen. A member of the Canadian contingent at BYH. He played on the varsity BYU Basketball Team. BYU BA 1954. He married Joan Blumell, daughter of James Elton Blumell and Mary Margaret Ririe Blumell. They live in Magrath, Alberta, Canada, where the city gymnasium is named Tom Karren Gym.

Katzenbach, Jon
125 Tradd Street
Charleston, South Carolina 29401-2419 US

Jon Katzenbach
  • Work: (843) 534-0630
  • Home: (843) 534-2026

Class of 1950. Jon Katzenbach. Student Body President. Thespians, Band, Photography Club, Childrens Theatre. ~ ~ ~ ~ Also: Jon Katzenbach, 2240 Catesbys Bluff, Seabrook Island, SC 29455-6037 (843) 243-9312 ~ ~ ~ ~ Jon Katzenbach, Senior Partner, Katzenbach Partners LCC, New York, New York. Teams work when they are created for the right reasons, and when they are created in the right way. The organization that I think does the best job of meeting these requirements is the U.S. Marine Corps. Most people think of the USMC as a command-and-control organization. But when they put a team together, it is in the right place for the right reasons. The corps is extremely disciplined about assessing whether it really needs a team for the task at hand. The notion that a team is always better is misleading, yet all too often, that is the path that managers choose. The critical decision for any manager or leader who wants to get higher performance from a small group of people is determining whether the group should try to work as a team, or whether they should be satisfied with what I call "single-leader unit" discipline. Single-leader units are intrinsically faster and more efficient than teams. Tasks are more clearly defined by one leader, and members work on their own much of the time. Most organizations proliferate with groups that call themselves teams but are not. It is too common for single-leader units to be labeled as teams, and it is disturbing how many managers and leaders assume that being a team is what a group effort is all about. That is a confusing, frustrating, and costly assumption. And it causes big problems in the workplace. If a group tries to become a team when the performance challenge requires a single-leader approach, performance and morale suffer. The opposite is equally true. In fact, both miscues produce the dreaded "compromise-unit syndrome": weak leadership, low levels of commitment, wasted time, and poor performance results. Jon Katzenbach ( is a senior partner at Katzenbach Partners LLC, a New York-based firm that specializes in leadership, team, workforce, and organization performance. He has written Peak Performance: Aligning the Hearts and Minds of Your Employees (Harvard Business School Press, 2000); Teams at the Top: Unleashing the Potential of Both Teams and Individual Leaders (Harvard Business School Press, 1998); The Wisdom of Teams: Creating the High-Performance Organization (with coauthor Douglas Smith) (Harper Business, 1994); and Real Change Leaders: How You Can Create Growth and High Performance at Your Company (with the RCL team, Frederick Beckett, et al.) (Times Business, 1995).

Kent, Robert K.
1370 Annapolis Way
San Jose, California 95118-2401

Robert Kent

Class of 1950. @2001

Kimball, Edwin Norman
2444 High Mountain Drive
Sandy, Utah 84092-5654 US

Norman Kimball

Class of 1950. Edwin N. Kimball. Football, Letterman, Thespians, Photography Club, Ski Club. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: Edwin Roberts Kimball and Althea Ashby Kimball, married in August of 1927 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They had five children: two sons and three daughters. They are: Edwin Norman Kimball [BYH Class of 1950], of Sandy, Utah; Elaine Kimball [BYH Class of 1951] Busath, of Pleasanton, California; Dr. David Ashby Kimball [BYH Class of 1953], of Salt Lake City, Utah; Linda Kimball [BYH Class of 1961] Runyan, of Evergreen, Colorado; and Colleen Kimball [BYH Class of 1965] Worthington, Lindon, Utah. @1990

Lloyd, Kent Murdock

Lloyd, Kent Murdock
Arlington, Virginia

Kent and Eleanor Lloyd

Class of 1950. Kent Murdock Lloyd. Football, Basketball, Baseball, Lettermen, Chours, State Oratory, Junior Class Vice President, Wildcat Yearbook, Quill & Scroll, Yld Cat Staff. @2001 ~ ~ ~ ~ Kent Murdock Lloyd was born March 5, 1931 in Grace, Idaho, son of Wesley P. and Lillie Murdock Lloyd. His early schooling was in the Provo Elementary Schools and Brigham Young High School. After one year at the University, he was called to fulfill a mission in Eastern Canada where he served as District President. He returned to the Brigham Young University and met and married Eleanor Forstl. After graduation he continued graduate studies at Stanford University where he received his Ph.D. Degree. They then moved to Los Angeles where he was professor of public Administration at the University of Southern California (USC). They have four charming daughters—Lorie, Jeralie, Kathie and Leslie. Kent was bishop of the Morningside Park Ward at Inglewood, California from 1963 to 1966. Eleanor was Relief Society President of this ward. Kent was next President of the Public Executive Development and Research Corporation in Inglewood, California. Kent died August 8, 1999, Arlington, Virginia ~ ~ ~ ~ Nomination of Kent Lloyd To Be a Deputy Under Secretary of Education: April 13, 1981 President Ronald Reagan today announced his intention to nominate Kent Lloyd to be Deputy Under Secretary for Management, Department of Education. Since 1967 Dr. Lloyd has served as president, Center for Leadership Development, a private management development corporation. He was recently special consultant for reorganization and management to Secretary of Education Terrel Bell. He was project director, Management Performance Seminars for Vocational Education Directors, funded and cosponsored by Utah and Arizona State Departments of Education. Since 1977 Dr. Lloyd was project codirector, Management Performance Seminars for Principals in California School Districts. In 1976 he served as project codirector, Management Performance Seminars for Bilingual Education Administrators in California School Districts. In 1971 Dr. Lloyd was senior associate, Planned Organization Change Through Executive Consulting and Management Team Building, Office of the Comptroller, Federal Housing Administration. Dr. Lloyd was professor of Management, Graduate School of Business and Management, Pepperdine University, in 1970 - 74. He was visiting professor, Political Science department, University of California at Los Angeles, in 1970. Dr. Lloyd graduated from Brigham Young University (BS 1955); Wayne State University (MPA 1959); and Stanford University (Ph.D. 1964). Dr. Lloyd is married, has seven children, and resided with his family in La Jolla, California, until his move to Washington, D.C. He was born in Grace, Idaho, on March 5, 1931. ~ ~ ~ ~ PUBLICATIONS: 1. "The Church Executive: Building the Kingdom through Leadership Development" by Kent Lloyd, (1968). 2. Reclaiming Our Nation at Risk: Lessons Learned : Reforming Our Public Schools by: Kent Lloyd, Diane Ramsey, Terrel H. Bell, Diane Ramsey, Terrel Howard Bell, 01 May, 1997. 3. Reclaiming Our Nation at Risk: Lessons Learned-Reforming Our Public Schools by: Kent Lloyd, Diane Ramsey, Terrel Howard Bell, April, 1997. 4. Federal Perspective on Vocational Educations Role in Economic Revitalization and Productivity by: Kent Lloyd, 01 June, 1983. 5. Knowledge Revolution for All Americans: Winning the War Against Ignorance : Empowering Public Schools by: Kent Lloyd, 01 July, 1992. 6. Reclaiming Our Nation at Risk: Lessons Learned Reforming Our Public Schools by: Kent Lloyd, Diane Ramsey, Terrel Howard Bell, May 1997. --1995--Kent Lloyd, Knowledge Network for All Americans, Arlington, Virginia.

Maloney, Eddie
121 Arbor Drive
Moab, Utah 84532-3226

Eddie Maloney
  • Work: (435) 259-1769

Class of 1950. Football, Basketball, Baseball, Golf, French Club Vice President, Lettermen, Wildcat Yearbook, Junior Class Social Chair.

Mayberry, John
467 E 300 N
Provo, Utah 84606-3060

Johnnie Mayberry
  • Work: (801) 377-2465

Class of 1950. Football, Chorus, French Club.

Mecham, Eleanor

Eleanor Mecham

Class of 1950. Chorus, Fauvines, Notre Maison, Opera.

Mecham, Sarah
4483 Forrest Green Ave.
Ogden, Utah 84403-3125

Sarah Craven

Class of 1950? Honorary? [Name, photo does not appear with senior class in 1950 Wildcat yearbook.] --@2001

Miller, Anna Lou
112105 Powder Mill Trail
Austin, Texas 78750-1032 US

Ann Bledsoe

Class of 1950. Anna Miller. Chorus, Operetta, French Club, Quill & Scroll, Newspaper, Fauvines. BYU BS Psychology 1954. Married ______ Bledsoe.

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