Class of 1951 H.S.

Class of 1951 H.S.'s Website

Alphabetical Alumni

Baird, Wilford Eldredge
393 E. 4750 N.
Provo, Utah 84604-5408

Wilford and Ann Baird

Class of 1951? Honorary? [Name, photo does not appear with senior class in 1951 Wildcat yearbook.] His parents: Orrin Randall Baird and Almira Eldredge Baird. They had five children, four sons and one daughter. They are: Orrin Eldredge Baird [BYH Class of 1945] (married Bonnie) of Brigham City, Utah; Fred E. Baird [BYH Class of 1946] (married Norma) of Bountiful, Utah; James Baird [BYH Class of 1947] (married Louise) of Provo, Utah; Wilford Baird [BYH Class of 1951?] (married Ann), of Provo, Utah; and Kathleen Baird [BYH Class of 1954] (married Roy Snedden) of Lincoln, Nebraska.

Beecroft, Sandra
1517 Canterbury Drive
Salt Lake City, Utah 84108-2832

Sandra and Don Allen
  • Work: (801) 582-1027

Class of 1951. Notre Maison, Yld Cat Newspaper, Chorus, Quill & Scroll. BYU BS Elementary Education 1955. Married Don B. Allen. Parents: Ruth Huish Beecroft and Robert Irl Beecroft, both deceased. Siblings: Robert Beecroft, David Beecroft, Mark Beecroft, James Beecroft, William Beecroft and Joseph Beecroft; and sisters, Lenore Beecroft Gordon and Vivien Beecroft Robison.

Berrett, Sharon
PO Box 785
Clinton, Oklahoma 73601

Sharon and Eugene Starks

Class of 1951. Student Body Vice President. Thespians, Debate, Chorus, Photography Club, Skating Club, Fauvines, Band. Her parents: William Edwin (Ed) Berrett and Eleanor Louise Callister Berrett, married in Salt Lake City in 1926. They had three sons and one daughter, Verne R. Berrett and wife, Grace, West Valley City, Utah; Sharon Berrett [BYH Class of 1951] Starks and husband, Eugene, Santa Ana, California; Richard H. Berrett [BYH Class of 1956] and wife, JoAn, Providence, Utah; and William Brian (Bill) Berrett [BYH Class of 1960-Honorary] and wife, Karena, Blacksburg, Virginia. @1993 Sharon Berrett Ballif, BYU 1955. Sharon Berrett Stark, BYU 1955, Oklahoma. Alternate address: 706 N. West Street, Cordell, Oklahoma 73632 @2001

Billings, Joetta
1018 South Oak
Cortez, Colorado 81321

Joetta Smart

Class of 1951. Senior Class Secretary. Fauvines, Thespians, Yld Cat Newspaper, Chorus, Photography Club, Graduation Committee. @2001

Black, Leland
PO Box 767
Rimrock, Arizona 86335-0767

Lee Black

Class of 1951. Thespians, Chorus, Skating Club, Oratory. @2001

Brown, Marilyn
952 East 5650 South
Ogden, Utah 84405-4961

Marilyn and Bob Colvin
  • Work: (801) 479-6277

Class of 1951. Chorus, Band, Soloist Small Groups, Operetta. BYU BS Elementary Education 1955. Married to ____ Crowley @2001. Married Bob W. Colvin.

Canfield, Frank Bryden

Canfield, Frank Bryden
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Frank and LaRue Canfield

Class of 1951. Frank B. Canfield. Student Body President. Chorus, Soph Class Officer. ~ ~ ~ ~ Frank Bryden Canfield was born on October 12, 1933 in Montpelier, Idaho. His parents were Frank Willit Canfield and Dorothy Wynnefred Bryden. Frank B. Canfield married LaRue Madsen. Frank died on July 13, 1986 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Chamberlain, Charles Craig

Chamberlain, Charles Craig
Saginaw, Michigan US

Craig Chamberlain

Class of 1951. Charles Craig Chamberlain. French Club. Craig Chamberlain was living in Jamesville NY @2001. Craig's twin, Dilworth Woolley Chamberlain, also graduated in the BYH Class of 1951. Their father, Edwin Dilworth "Dee" Chamberlain, graduated from BYH in 1924. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Charles Craig Chamberlain, June 1, 1933 - October 9, 2019. Saginaw, Michigan - Charles C. Chamberlain was born on June 1, 1933 and passed away on Wednesday, October 9, 2019. Charles was a resident of Saginaw, Michigan at the time of his passing. Charles graduated from BYU High School in Provo, Utah, in the Class of 1951. Funeral services for Charles were held on Saturday, October 19, 2019 at 11 AM at Russon Brothers Mortuary and Crematory, 295 N. Main St. Bountiful, Utah. Source

Chamberlain, Dilworth W. (1951)
1466 South Cottonwood Lane
Saratoga Springs, Utah 84043

Dee and Valerie Chamberlain

Class of 1951. Dilworth Woolley "Dee" Chamberlain. Football, Track, Lettermen. See graduation article. Married Valerie. --@2006 His twin, Charles Craig Chamberlain, also graduated in the BYH Class of 1951. Their father, Edwin Dilworth "Dee" Chamberlain, graduated in the BYH Class of 1924.

Christensen, Albert Leon

Christensen, Albert Leon
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Albert Christensen

Class of 1951. Albert L. Christensen. Basketball, Football, Baseball, Lettermen, Band President, Wildcat Yearbook Editor, French Club, Beaux Arts, Photography Club, Graduation Committee. BYU BA 1955. Albert Leon Christensen was born on February 19, 1933 in Orderville, Kane County, Utah. His parents were Herbert Christensen [BYH Principal 1949-1950] and Lillian Anderson Christensen. He married ____ ____ on June 9, 1953. He was an architect by profession, working in Utah. He died on April 11, 1976, in Salt Lake City, at the age of 43, and he was buried on April 14, 1976 in Bountiful, Utah.

Clark, Warren Kay

Clark, Warren Kay
Orem, Utah US

Kay and Joyce Clark

Class of 1951. Kay Clark. Baseball, Football, Lettermen, Band, Chorus, Childrens' Theater. BYU BA 1959. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Warren K Clark "Kay" peacefully returned to his heavenly home February 10, 2020. He was born July 10, 1933 to James Lynn and Effie Melissa Clark the youngest of three boys and three girls. He attended Timpanogas Elementary and Dixon Junior High School. Kay graduated from Brigham Young High School in the Class of 1951, where he excelled in music, art, and sports. He served in the US Air Force as a Radio Operator. After serving in the military he served an honorable mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Northern States Mission. Upon returning home from his mission he married his eternal companion, Joyce Williamson. They were married for 61 years and together raised four children. They were also heavily involved in the Indian Placement Program for 27 years along with many others that Kay and Joyce welcomed into their home that called him Dad and Grandpa. He worked for the Utah Department of Transportation as an Office Engineer and helped build many freeways and highways across the state of Utah. He served faithfully in many callings in the Church including on Stake High Councils and in Bishoprics. His favorite calling however, was that of Primary Teacher. He is survived by his wife Joyce, children Kalyne (John) Nicholes, Don, Greg (Kayla), JoDee (Ryan) Stott. 18 plus grandchildren, 11 plus great grandchildren, sister Lois Johnson. He was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers, two sisters, one granddaughter and one great granddaughter. Funeral services will be held Saturday, February 15th at the Sharon 2nd Ward Chapel, 600 South 400 East, Orem at 11 a.m. Viewings will be held Friday February 14 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and prior to the funeral from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Both at the Sharon 2nd Ward Chapel. Condolences may be offered to the family at Interment, East Lawn Memorial Hills Cemetery. 4800 N 650 E, Provo. Military Honors performed by American Legion Post 72. Source.

Close, Rita
2723 N. Country Club Rd.
Provo, Utah 84604-3833

Rita Sterneckert
  • Home: (801) 375-6260

Class of 1951? Honorary? [Name, photo does not appear with senior class in 1951 Wildcat yearbook.] @2001

Collins, Stanley E.

Collins, Stanley E.
Provo, Utah US

Stan and Mary Alice Collins

Class of 1951. Stan Collins. Senior Class Vice President. Basketball, Tennis, Baseball, Football, Lettermen President, Chorus. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU BS Industrial Management 1958. New York University MBA Finance 1960. Smith, Barney, Shearson. One of LaVell Edwards' best friends. Brigham Young Academy Foundation Member. Married Mary Alice Sauls, BYH Class of 1952. ~ ~ ~ ~ Stanley E. Collins, who was an officer and director at various times for Sundance. They acquired a lot in December of 1981, and constructed a personal residence on the lot. On January 27, 1997, an avalanche destroyed the Collinses' home. State Farm, as insurer of the property, paid the Collinses over $950,000 to cover the loss to real and personal property. ~ ~ ~ ~ Alternate address: Collins, Stanley E, 230 Tuacahn Drive, Ivins, Utah 84738-6128 - (435) 656-2946. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Stanley E. Collins, passed away peacefully at his home in Provo on the morning of October 24, 2008. Stan was born in Provo, Utah on January 18, 1934, to AC (Bill) Collins and Mildred Elliott Collins. He grew up in Provo and attended Brigham Young elementary training school, BY Junior High, BY High School and graduated from Brigham Young University in 1958. In High School he was a good student and an exceptional athlete. He participated in all sports, but his favorites were basketball and tennis. This interest carried on into college where he participated on both the basketball and tennis teams at BYU. His schooling was interrupted between his sophomore and junior years when he served an LDS mission to the North Central States. He graduated from BYU in 1958 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business, then entered New York University where he graduated with an MBA degree. It was here that he worked on Wall Street and became interested in finance and investments. On returning to Provo, he became involved in various business ventures. He served as a first Vice President and Regional Manager for the brokerage firm Foster and Marshall, which merged to eventually become Smith Barney where he served as Vice President until his death. He was also a founder and director of Bonneville Bank and served as Executive Vice President of Sundance Incorporated in association with his long-time friend Robert Redford. Over the years he has been an unselfish and tireless worker in worthy community causes and civic organizations and has been a dedicated booster of BYU. The civic positions he has held include Past Chairman of the Provo Chamber of Commerce, recipient of the chamber of commerce Outstanding Young Man award, past chairman of the National Cougar Club, and Chairman of the BYU Hall of Fame Selection Committee. He was also a member of the Committee to save the lower campus education building which became the Provo City Library. He was appointed by the Mayor to chair the Provo City Development Committee. He also served on the Riverside Country Club Board of directors, and for the past ten years he has been a member of the National Advisory council at Dixie College in St. George. As a committed member of the LDS Church, he has served in many positions. He was a bishop in a BYU Student ward, a Branch President at the MTC, and a bishop in his home ward, the Oakhills 6th. He has also served faithfully as a gospel doctrine teacher and home teacher and in many callings with the youth. He married Mary Alice Sauls in the Salt Lake Temple in 1957. They are the parents of five children, the joys of his life "David, (Ruth), Mesa, Arizona; Robert, (Mitzi), Provo, Utah; John (Merilee), Orem, Utah; Andrew, (Nicole), Provo and Elizabeth, Salt Lake City, Utah. He is also survived by 17 grandchildren, two brothers: Ed Collins and Bob Collins and a sister, Kathy Gadd. His parents preceded him in death. When he was chosen to light the "Y" he was introduced as "a respected business executive, Church Leader and civic servant, and a charming and articulate man who is one of the fine gentlemen around." His was a life well lived as Stan was the greatest example of generosity, loyalty, and unconditional love. He knew how to laugh and had a magnificent sense of humor. He was a friend to all. He will be greatly missed. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, October 28, at 11 a.m. at the Oakhills 6th Ward Chapel, 2000 North 1500 East, Provo. Friends may call at the Berg Mortuary of Provo, 185 East Center Street, on Monday evening 6-8 p.m. and the Ward Chapel on Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. Interment East Lawn Memorial Hills Cemetery. Condolences may be sent [Provo Daily Herald, October 26, 2008.]

Davidson, Melvin

Melvin and Kaye Davidson

Class of 1951. Track, Childrens Theater. [Name has been spelled both Davidsen and Davidson -- Davidson is correct.] ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: Peter Edward Davidson, born October 3, 1893 in Fairview, Utah; and Agnes Graham Davidson, born December 6, 1898 in Payson, Utah. They married on December 5, 1917 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They had twelve children: 1. Edward Davidson. 2. Alfred "C" Davidson, born 1919 in Fort Bridger, Wyoming - died 1989 in Lyman, Wyoming. 3. James Amasa (Mary) Davidson, born 1920 in Fort Bridger, Wyoming - died 1996 in West Valley City, Utah. 4. Ruth Agnes Davidson, born 1923 in Fort Bridger, Wyoming - died in 1984 in Coeur D' Alene, Idaho. 5. LaMar Marion Davidson, born 1926 in Fort Bridger, Wyoming - died 1926 in Evanston, Wyoming. 6. Marlow Graham Davidson, born 1929 in Mountain View, Wyoming - died 1989 in Provo, Utah. 7. Douglas D. (Hattie) Davidson. 8. LeRoy Davidson [BYH Class of 1949]. 9. Melvin Davidson (Kaye) [BYH Class of 1951]. 10. Shirley Jean Davidson (David R. "Dick") Goodman [BYH Class of 1954?]. 11. Deon Davidson (Jack) Banner [BYH Class of 1956], born September 1, 1938 - died December 29, 2004. 12. ?

Dunford, James Douglas

Dunford, James Douglas
Orem, Utah

Jim and Jean Dunford

Class of 1951. James Douglas "Jim" Dunford. Basketball, Track, Chorus, Junior Class Social Chair. Married Jean Irene Nebeker. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: James Douglas Dunford, 1933-2017. Our husband, brother, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather completed his earthly mission on March 31, 2017 and returned to his Heavenly Father. James Douglas Dunford was born February 10, 1933 to Alma Teller and Thelma Tueller Dunford in Provo, Utah. Jim graduated from Brigham Young High School, Provo, Utah, in the Class of 1951. He married his eternal sweetheart, Jean Irene Nebeker on July 13, 1951. They were later sealed in the Los Angeles Temple on June 28, 1957. He is survived by his sweetheart Jean and children: Leslee Dunford Miller, Springville, Utah; Randall Dunford (Vicki), Lehi, Utah; James Dunford (Randy Kae) Lehi, Utah; and daughter-in-law Cindy Dunford, Orem, Utah. His son, Ronald Dunford, passed in 2016. He is survived by twelve wonderful Grandchildren and twenty Great-Grandchildren. He is also survived by one sister, Helen Dunford Jeppson, and one brother, Chaunce Dunford. Jim retired from Pacific Gas and Electric Company in California after working there for 42 years. He worked in the Electric Substation Department. He worked on the starting up and installing of the Geysers Power Plants, in Lake County, California, which started the first geothermal electric generating station run by a utility in the United States. Jim loved his family thoroughly and enjoyed being a Father, Grandfather, and Great Grandfather. He raised his family in the San Francisco Bay Area. He was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He held many Church positions in his life time. In California he was a Bishop, a Counselor in two different Stake Presidencies, High Councilor, Stake Missionary, Ward Clerk and other Church positions. In Utah he served as Stake Clerk, Stake Executive Secretary, a Branch President at the MTC, and Service Missionary at the Conference Center in Salt Lake City. After retiring, he worked for the Uinta National Forest for 11 years in their Senior Workers Program. He was also a volunteer at Utah Valley Hospital in Provo. He loved Utah and was so happy when they moved back to Orem in 1986. The family wishes to thank the staff at Valeo Home Health, especially Toni, Kristina, Lisa, and Holly for their loving care for Jim. Also, the family wishes to thank all the staff at Bel Aire Assisted Living in Orem for the wonderful care and concern for Jim during his final months. Funeral services will be held on Friday, April 7, 2017, at 11 a.m. in the Orchard Stake Center Chapel, 810 E 600 N Orem, Utah. Viewings will be held on Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. at Sundberg-Olpin Mortuary, 495 S State, Orem and Friday from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. at the church prior to the services. Burial will be in the Orem City Cemetery. Source.

Fechser, John Frederick, Sr.

Fechser, John Frederick, Sr.
Provo, Utah US

John and Jeannie Fechser

Class of 1951. John F. Fechser. Band, Chorus, Chemistry Club, Forensic Club Vice President, Photography Club, Thespians. BYU BA 1955. John Frederick Fechser [Sr.] was born on May 17, 1933 in Las Vegas, Nevada. His parents were Charles Derondo Fechser and Magdalene Jolley Fechser. John [Sr.] died on September 7, 1996 in Provo, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ 1923 Provo Daily Herald: A 13-year-old boy, worried about his mother injured in the Strawberry Days grandstand collapse, decides not to bother her with news of his own mishap. John Fechser fell into the Provo River after picking cherries in Grandview. A day later, his father noticed the boy favoring one arm and took him to a doctor, who discovered the elbow dislocated and arm broken. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: John Frederick Fechser passed away Saturday, September 7, 1996, at Utah Valley Regional Medical Center of congestive heart failure. He was born May 17, 1933, in Las Vegas, Nevada, the son of Charles Doronda Fechser and Magdeline Jolley Fechser. John grew up in a wonderful, loving, caring family, extended family and all. He felt it was a special blessing to live with and care for his brother, Charlie. John loved to fly and had his pilot's license by age 16. He was an excellent pilot and trusted by all who flew with him, including Presidential candidates and Cleon Skousen of the Freeman Institute. He loved photography and did his own developing, including color print work. He loved the beautiful underwater world of scuba diving and enjoyed many waters from California to Jamaica, Mexico and Canada. John had a great love for music, raising his children to that love also. He was a charter member of the SPEBSQSA (Barbershop). He was also a member of the Footprinters Club, BPOE and the FOF. John was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He became sidetracked for a number of years, but had the great blessing to come back into the fold and receive all of his priesthood blessings again. He recently enjoyed being with his family at the temple. He was a salesman by trade and began at the age of 16 selling chickens for his uncle Orlando and Aunt Christine Jolley of Jolley's Poultry. He helped pioneer the truck route between Provo and Moab, Utah. He enjoyed prospecting for gold with his friends Ralph Bonham, Lou Woolsey and Carr Krueger. John truly loved people and was known and loved by many. He will be greatly missed. He is survived by his wife, Jeannie, whom he wanted it to be known was his angel; his children, Becky Fechser Everett, Debbie Fechser Hamilton, Margo Fechser O'Very, John Fechser II, Christine Fechser Nelson, Orlando (Ole) Fechser, Ben Fechser, Merica Nelson Hale and Meredith Nelson; his sisters, Leslie Fechser Tall, Lynn Fechser Anderson; one brother, Charlie Fechser; 27 grandchildren, two great-grandchildren; numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and dear friends. He was preceded in death by brother, Key Jolley Fechser, and grandson, Samual Rawlins Fechser. Funeral services were held on Wednesday, September 11, 1996, at the old Provo 1st Ward Chapel, 100 East 200 South, Provo. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. [Provo Daily Herald, Tuesday, September 10, 1996.]

Gibbons, Edwin Norman
17744 Krameria
Riverside, California 92504

Edwin Gibbons

Class of 1951 ~ Honorary. Edwin Norman Gibbons. [Name, photo did not appear with senior class in the 1951 Wildcat yearbook.] ~ ~ ~ ~ Co-Author: Bergey's Manual of Determinative Bacteriology, 8th Edition, by Bergey and Robert Earle Buchanan, and Norman Edwin Gibbons. Publisher: Williams & Wilkins Co., Baltimore, Maryland, 1974. Bergey's Manual of Determinative Bacteriology is a departure from past editions that attempted, usually inadequately, to combine systematic and determinative information.

Gillette, Jerry

Jerry Gillette

Class of 1951. Jerry Gillette. Band, Roller Skating Club, Photography Club.

Hall, Margaret

Margaret Hall

Class of 1951. Margaret Hall. Girls Glee Club, Choir, Track, Chorus, Volleyball Team. [IS THIS? Margaret "Peggy" Hall Williams. - 553 Indian Trail Road, Bountiful, Utah 84010 - 801-295-7943 - BYU BS Secondary Education, 1957.]

Hall, Rosalie Ruth

Hall, Rosalie Ruth
Provo, Utah US

Rosalie Ruth Wilde

Class of 1951. Chorus, Yld Cat Newspaper Feature Editor, Thespians Vice President, Skating Club. BYU BA 1955. ~ ~ ~ ~ Rosalie Ruth Hall was born on February 2, 1933 in Provo, Utah. Her parents were Wilford Alma Hall and Mildred "P" Ball Hall. She married ______ Wilde. Rosalie Wilde died on December 5, 1980 in Provo, Utah. Interment, Fairview, Utah.

Hamblin, Laura Lou

Hamblin, Laura Lou
Provo, Utah

Laura and Norman Nelson

Class of 1951. Laura Lou Hamblin. Thespians, Fauvines, Sophomore Class Officer, Junior Class Officer, Chorus, Banner Carrier. Married Norman Nelson. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Laura Lou Hamblin was born on May 22, 1932 and passed away on Saturday, October 1, 2016. Laura was a resident of Salt Lake City, Utah at the time of her passing. She attended Brigham Young High School, Class of 1951, and then Brigham Young University, both in Provo Utah. She was married to Norman Nelson. Funeral services were held on Monday, October 3, 2016 at the LDS ward building at 3050 Mojave Lane, Provo Utah 84604. Source. [Do not confuse Laura Lou Hamblin with her niece, Dr. Laura Hamblin, who is an English professor at Utah Valley State College (UVSC).]

Harris, Edward
3946 Hildale Avenue
Oroville, California 95966

Ted Harris
  • Work: (530) 533-2258

Class of 1951. Football, French Club. BYU BS Animal Science 1960. Edward F. Harris, DVM.

Harwood, Darrel Day

Harwood, Darrel Day
Provo, Utah US

Darrel & Jacqueline Harwood

Class of 1951. Darrel Day Harwood. Football, Chorus. BYU BA 1959. ~ ~ ~ ~ Darrel Day Harwood was born March 3, 1933 [03/03/33] in Provo, Utah. His parents were Darrel Valentine Harwood and Violet Iretta Day Harwood. He married Jacqueline Ray Cheney. He was a veteran of World War II. He died on January 26, 1984 in Provo, Utah. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. His sister, Patricia Harwood Olsen, is a member of the BYH Class of 1956.

Haws, Ben Frank

Haws, Ben Frank
Exeter, California US

Ben and Jackie Haws

Class of 1951. Ben Haws. Y'ld Cat Newspaper Editor & 1951 Sports Editor, Chorus, Photography Club, Quill & Scroll, Skating Club. Ben F. Haws, PhD: BYU BS Sociology 1960. University of Utah MSW 1962. BYU PHD Counseling & Guidance 1972. ~ ~ ~ ~ Ben Frank Haws was born on December 25, 1932 in Escalante, Utah. His parents were Claud Emmorn Haws and Anna Matilda Nelson Haws. Ben F. Haws died on February 17, 2000, in Exeter, Tulare County, California. Interment, Exeter, California. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: EXETER, California. Ben Frank Haws, Ph.D, passed away at his home in California on Thursday, February 17, 2000, at the age of 67, after a lengthy struggle with lung disease. He was born in Escalante, Utah on December 25, 1932 (Christmas Day) to Claud Emmorn and Nan Nelson Haws. Ben graduated from Brigham Young High School in the Class of 1951. He then graduated from Brigham Young University in 1960. He served an LDS mission to the Central States in 1953-55. He served in the U.S. Navy 1955-57. He also enrolled at the University of Utah where he received his masters degree in social work in 1962. He worked in that capacity at the Utah State Hospital in Provo, Utah, and later in the Maricopa County Mental Health Department in Phoenix, Arizona. Dr. Ben Haws later returned to BYU and graduated in 1972 with his PhD in clinical psychology before moving with his family to Visalia, California where he was employed by the Kings View Corporation, and later with Tulare County until he retired in 1994. He is survived by his beloved wife Jackie Haws whom he married in the Ogden LDS temple; a daughter Chemene Haws, Laramie, Wyoming; sons, Frank McKinley Haws and Kent Minor (Frances) Haws, Exeter, California; stepchildren, Candi (Paul) Houghton, Visalia, California; Stephanie (Matthew) Morello, Exeter, California; six grandchildren; and one brother, J.C. (Eva) Haws, Brigham City, Utah. Funeral services were held Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2000, in Exeter, California. [Garfield County News, February 24, 2000]

Hunter, Doris

Hunter, Doris
Laketown, Utah

Doris and Charles Jex

Class of 1951. Doris Hunter. Fauvines President, Chorus. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Doris Hunter Jex passed away peacefully at her home in Laketown, Utah on Friday, December 7, 2018. Doris was born to John Urie Hunter and Hortense Keel Hunter on May 12, 1933 in Provo, Utah. Doris Hunter attended grade school in Provo and graduated from BY High School. Doris married G. Charles Jex on February 5, 1951 and their marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake Temple. They celebrated 67 years together this year. Active in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, she served in different organizations as well as serving in the Logan Temple with her husband for six years as ordinance workers. Doris and Charles also were called to serve in the Lithuania Mission for 18 months. Her greatest joys were always her family. They were blessed with ten children to call theirs, Debra and Keith Steere, Fred and Denee Jex, Gail and Mark Eborn, Lisa and Kerry Nielsen, Jean Ann, deceased, Craig and Ruth Jex, Joylyn and Shelton Taylor, JaNell and Doug Spencer, Jeff and Rachel Jex, Jennifer and Don Mackey. Rounding out those numbers, she loved 43 grandchildren, 83 great grandchildren and great-great numbers changing daily. On this day a special reunion happened for Mom and JeanAnn as they were united again. Doris was a homemaker. She loved cooking, sewing, painting, quilting, flowers, gardening, but especially loved creating a home from an old home. She always was surrounded by special people that she called friends. She loved her many friends that came to visit, or find her through special notes. Funeral arrangements are by Allen-Hall Mortuary of Logan. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, December 13, 2018 at 1 pm in the Laketown Ward Chapel. A viewing will be from 10 am 12:30 pm. Graveside services will be at the East Lawn Memorial Hills Cemetery in Provo on Friday at 12 pm, 4800 North 650 East, Provo. Condolences and memories may be shared online at [Provo Daily Herald, December 11, 2018]

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