Class of 1952 H.S.

Class of 1952 H.S.'s Website

Alphabetical Alumni
Allen, LaRee [Janis LaRee]

Allen, LaRee [Janis LaRee]
Orem, Utah US

LaRee and Milton Minor

Class of 1952. LaRee Janis Allen. Thespians Vice President, Fauvines, Photography Club, Debate Club, Chorus, Shorthand Club, Roller Skating Club. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: J. LaRee Allen Minor (September 5, 1934 - October 7, 2011) - Janis LaRee Allen Minor slipped peacefully from her mortal life in the comfort of her Orem home Friday, October 7. She’s now reunited with her husband & eternal companion Milton Minor; the couple met as students at BYU where both were entertainers in the Program Bureau. LaRee is survived by a brother and a sister, Dean & Barbara, and by sons Mikel (his wife Teresa) and Marc (his wife Brenda), as well as grandchildren Allen, Cory, Marissa, Madilyn, Mikaela, Chelsie, Alyssa, Braden, and Jaycie. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, October 12, 2011 at 11 a.m. at the Suncrest Ward Chapel at 150 North 400 West in Orem. A viewing for family & friends will be held at the same location Tuesday evening from 6-8 p.m., and again Wednesday morning 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. LaRee’s bountiful life is distinguished by devotion to family and church service, as well as generous assistance to anyone in need. Born September 5, 1934 in Provo, LaRee Allen attended B.Y. High graduated in the Class of 1952 before enrolling at BYU where she also served in secretarial roles including assistant to the Dean of Nursing. A talented dancer, LaRee performed in BYU shows where she met husband Milt – an MC & comedian. Married in the Logan Temple, the family moved to Southern California after graduation where son Mikel was born, then to Nampa, Idaho where son Marc was born. LaRee & Milt also lived in Vancouver, WA until Milt passed in 1993. LaRee then moved to her current home in Orem. LaRee maintained an active & energetic lifestyle -- traveling, playing golf, and dancing. She was a member & officer of the Hobble Creek Women’s Golf Association. And for many years she was a member of the popular Jean’s Golden Girls dance troop – traveling nationwide and performing at high-profile venues including NBA and college sports events. She also held membership positions in the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers and was past president of Utah Sorosis – a literary society. Yet LaRee’s greatest pleasure was her unlimited devotion to family and to her faith. She served tirelessly in numerous LDS Church callings including temple worker. And she enjoyed nothing more than gathering with her family – particularly at holidays or special occasions when she would prepare and cook delicious meals & treats with remarkable culinary expertise. Though she has passed from earthly concerns of illness and discomfort, LaRee’s love & shining example will linger always to lift and inspire us all – her friends & family – until we are reunited again. LaRee is preceded in death by her father and mother, Edwin and Addie Allen, and by her siblings Jay, Lee, and Nora Beth. Source: Premier [October 2011]

Anderson, Jean B. (1952)
159 E. Kimballfield Lane
Draper, Utah 84020 US

Jean and Robert Moore
  • Work: 801-572-2174
  • Cell: 801-572-2174

Class of 1952. Jean B. Anderson. Y'ld Cat Newspaper Business Manager & Editor-in-Chief, Quill & Scroll President, Wildcat Yearbook, Shorthand Club, Debate, Band, Soph Cheerleader, Thespians, Fauvines. Married Robert Moore. ~ ~ ~ ~ "I have published a book for seniors and those who will be seniors: The Moore the Merrier. If you are over 50 and need a good laugh, this book is for you. It has humorous accounts of everyday things that happen in the lives of silver seniors. It is titled "The Moore the Merrier." @2011

Anderson, Ruth
1263 Oros Avenue
Salt Lake City, Utah 84124 US

Ruth Stephens
  • Work: 801-266-6336

Class of 1952. Ruth Anderson. Thespians, Skating Club, Beaux Arts Club, Chorus, Wildcat Yearbook, Fauvines, French Club, Soph Cheerleader. Married _____ Stephens.

Andrus, Roman Raphael
1805 North Andrus Lane
Provo, Utah 84604-1870 US

Ray and MaryAnn Andrus
  • Work: (801) 377-1804

Class of 1952. Roman Raphael "Ray" Andrus. Football, Band, Beaux Arts, Wildcat Yearbook Art Editor & Co-Editor, Chorus, Western All-Conference Chorus, All State Band, Y'ld Cat Newspaper Art Editor. ~ ~ ~ ~ Roman Raphael (Ray) Andrus married MaryAnn Olson, and they have ten children. His parents: James Roman Andrus (Dr. J. Roman Andrus, artist and BYU faculty member) and Irva Rose Pratt, married July 3, 1933. They had the following children: Roman Raphael (Ray) Andrus [BYH Class of 1952] and MaryAnn Olson Andrus; James Gregory Andrus [BYH Class of 1956] and Joan Morrison Andrus; Alec Veigh Andrus [BYH Class of 1961] and Linda McDonald Andrus; Aniene Andrus [BYH Class of 1957] (twin) Porter; and Aniece Andrus (twin, born on 24 Sep 1939, died on 6 Oct 1939.)

Ashcraft, Mahon
936 Centerville Common SW
Centerville, Utah 84014 US

Mahon and Boyd Smith
  • Work: (801) 296-0583

Class of 1952. Mahon Ashcraft. Senior Class Social Chair, Chorus. Married Boyd Smith. IS THIS? Mahon Ladell Ashcroft, born October 3, 1933 in Bay City, Texas. If so, her parents were E. J. Ashcroft and Goldie Mahon Edgar Ashcroft.

Beck, Ronald Orin, Sr.
1810 N. Florida Ave
Alamogordo, New Mexico 88310-5643 US

Ronald Beck
  • Work: (505) 434-0022

Class of 1952. Ronald O. Beck, Sr. Band, Chorus, Drummer for Fauvines. BYU 1956. [Note: Email sent to is being returned unopened.]

Black, Beth
PO Box 5821
Austin, Texas 78763 US

Beth Holt
  • Work: 512-472-8029

Class of 1952. Beth Black. Chorus, Fauvines, Notre Maison, Shorthand Club. Married ____ Holt.

Blackham, Louise
590 West 250 South
Hurricane, Utah 84737 US

Louise Mondragon
  • Work: 435-635-2506

Class of 1952. Louise Blackham. Student Body Secretary. Fauvines, Notre Maison, Chorus, Thespians, Soph Class Secretary. Married Jon Katzenbach, BYH Class of 1950, div. Married ______ Mondragon. Currently lives with her son, J. Douglas Katzenbach, in Hurricane, Utah. @2007

Boutwell, Ronald Brent

Boutwell, Ronald Brent
Petaluma, CA US

Ronald and Patricia Boutwell

Class of 1952. Ronald B. Boutwell. Baseball. Born December 9, 1933. His mother's name was ____ Startup. Survivalist. Carbon County Attorney, 1977. American Survival Association was an Utah Corporation - Domestic - Non-Profit filed on March 11, 1981. The company's filing status is listed as Expired and its File Number is 764708-0140. The Registered Agent on file for this company was Ronald Brent Boutwell. He married Patricia E. Boutwell on February 2, 1986 in Clark County, Nevada. Ronald died on November 21, 1993 in Petaluma, Sonoma County, California.

Bown, Roger L.
2819 Melony Drive
Holladay, Utah 84124-3053 US

Roger and Marilyn Bown
  • Work: (801) 277-6956

Class of 1952. Roger L. Bown. Senior Class Social Chair. Football, Baseball, Track, Lettermen, Chorus, Library Club, Thespians. He married Marilyn Ames.

Boyd, Betty Lou

Boyd, Betty Lou
Ephraim, Utah US

Betty Lou Carver-Nunley

Class of 1952. Betty Lou Boyd. Chorus, Debate, Representative Girl, Thespians, Skating Club, Fauvines, Cheerleader. She first married Ray Carver, and after his death, second married Larry Nunley. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Betty Boyd Carver Nunley, 87, passed away on April 23, 2021 in Centerfield, Utah, of causes incident to age. She was born on March 20, 1934 in San Pedro, California to Emmett Boyd and Leona McAffee Boyd. She was the youngest of three children and as a child she attended school in Lomita, California. Her family later moved to Salt Lake City, and later to Provo where she attended Brigham Young High School, graduating in the BYH Class of 1952. She then attended Brigham Young University. At BYU she was very active in cheerleading, many clubs and activities. While in college, she and a few girlfriends decided to move to Salt Lake City and work for the telephone company, sharing an apartment together. In 1955 she met and married Ray Carver, and two years later they were sealed in the Manti Temple. While living and working in Salt Lake City they became parents of three children: Jeff, Kerry and Tiffany. Her years in Salt Lake were spent raising her children while also serving in many church callings as well as PTA president in Murray. She was very talented with a special love for art, music, and decorating. She taught herself how to play the piano, and her art was so loved by neighbors and friends that they often asked her to paint murals on the walls of the living rooms in their homes, which she was always glad to do. In 1974 the family moved to Manti where they had purchased property and a home several years earlier. She was always an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served in the Primary, Young Women, and the Relief Society. She always had a strong and unwavering testimony and love of the Church and its teachings. The way that she lived her life was a constant example to her family and friends. It was an example of charity, sacrifice and giving. When she and Ray had adopted special needs daughter, Tiffany, it would change the family’s life forever, but especially hers. For the remainder of her life, the Christ-like love that she shared for her daughter was beyond description. Her own interests, hobbies and dreams would be set aside as she devoted herself to make life as good as she possibly could for Tiffany, and her needs. She also served on the Primary Children’s Hospital “Festival of Trees” endowment board for 18 years, which she loved. She always tried to put God and others before herself. She also enjoyed working in the Manti Temple as a temple worker for many years. In 2005 Ray passed away and Betty was asked if she would consider serving a mission. She assumed that at her age it would be a calling to serve in Utah. Instead, she was called to work in the England, London South Mission where she served from 2006-2008. She had an enduring love for England and its people, maintaining many friendships with them for many years after returning home. Soon after returning home from her mission, she met and married Larry Nunley from Ephraim, Utah, and they shared several happy years together. They enjoyed camping as well as spending time with family and friends. Larry was a wonderful, very caring husband to Betty and he showed a lot of concern and love for Tiffany. Larry passed away unexpectedly on November 11, 2020. After his passing, Betty’s health rapidly declined. She had a special bond and love for her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, always showing much love and concern for each of them individually. Our dear mother and grandmother was an example to all of us of love, sacrifice, charity, friendship and faith. She appreciated the excitement and magic of each new day. Her life was balanced with many of life’s lessons, mostly joyful, sometimes painful. She lived a gentle, beautiful and gracious life and taught us many wonderful things. She will be sorely missed by everyone who knew her. Betty is survived by her children: Jeff (Carol) Carver, Kerry (Kim) Carver, Tiffany Carver; grandchildren: Cory Carver, Katie (Jeff) Cox, Scott Carver, Candace (Shane) Davis, and Casey (Rebecca) Carver; and 10 great-grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her parents; brother, John Boyd; sister, Geraldine Whipple; and husbands Ray and Larry. The family would like to thank the home health services that cared for Betty as well as the staff at the Mission at Community Living Center and the Gunnison Hospice. Their professional care as well as their friendship, love and compassion during the last months of Betty’s life is truly appreciated and will never be forgotten. Funeral services were held Saturday, May 8, 2021 at in the Ephraim 6th Ward Chapel. Burial was in the Manti City Cemetery. Funeral Directors: Magleby Mortuary, Richfield, Salina and Manti. Source: Sanpete Messenger, Posted April 28, 2021

Brooks, Gordon Earl

Brooks, Gordon Earl
, Texas US

Gordon Brooks

Class of 1952. Gordon Earl Brooks. Spanish Club.

Brown, Dallyne

Brown, Dallyne
PO Box 750039
Torrey, Utah 84775 US

Dallyne and David Crowton
  • Work: 435-425-3520

Class of 1952. Dallyne Brown. Cheerleader, Chorus, Thespians, Fauvines, Shorthand Club. Married David H. Crowton, also BYH Class of 1952. Alternate address: 120 West 500 North, Torrey, Utah 84775. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents: Francis Dallas Brown, Jr. and Melba Louise Bailey. Her step-father's obituary: Pender LeRoy Jennings, Jr., age 91, passed away January 19, 2004, at the Veterans Hospital in Salt Lake. He was born November 7, 1912 in Saltillo, Texas to Pender LeRoy Jennings, Sr. and Maggie King. He married Melba Louise Bailey Brown in 1945. Pender entered the Navy as a Seaman Apprentice, and retired as a Commander. He was present at the signing of the treaty which ended World War II. He was a member of Retriever Club in the Great Salt Lake area and in the Northern Utah area. After his retirement, he sold real estate in Provo, and raised Field Trial Retrievers. Pender is survived by his step-daughter, Dallyne Brown (David) Crowton of Torrey, Utah; eight grandchildren, 29 great-grandchildren; six great- great- grandchildren; and one sister, Elba Wilder of Mt. Vernon, Texas. He was preceded in death by his wife Melba; and a step-son, Richard A. Jennings-Brown [BYH Class of 1955]; two brothers and one sister. Funeral services were held Sat., January 24, 2004, at the Springville Evergreen Cemetery, Springville, Utah. [Deseret News, Thursday, January 22, 2004.]

Brown, Gary Fred

Brown, Gary Fred
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Gary F. and Arlene Brown

Class of 1952. Gary F. Brown. Football, Basketball, Baseball, Lettermen, Ski Club, Library Club, Chorus, Band Vice President, Senator, Junior Class Social Chair. ~ ~ ~ ~ Gary Fred Brown, born May 17, 1934. His parents, Fred A. Brown and Louise Sumsion Brown [Clark]. Gary had one sister, Annette Brown Graham of Austin, Texas. Gary passed away on June 12, 2011 in Salt Lake City, Utah, at age 77. Source: Social Security Death Index. Gary Brown married Arlene Olsen in Salt Lake City, Utah on May 13, 1965. About Arlene Olsen: She lived in Tonga for 2 1/2 years. They have ten children -- nine still living. Husband, Gary worked as an accountant for LDS Church until he retired. Arlene now lives in Erda, Utah. @June 2017.

Brown, Viva

Brown, Viva
Provo, Utah US

Viva and Ronald Stanger

Class of 1952. Viva Brown. Concert Chorus Accompanist, Shorthand Club President, Quill & Scroll. Viva Brown Stanger, 63, of Provo died Monday, December 1, 1997 at the Utah Valley Regional Medical Center in Provo. She was born January 10, 1934 in Colonia Chuichupe, Chichuahua Mexico (Mormon Colonies in Mexico), the daughter of Delbert Brigham and Irene Whetten Brown. She married Ronald Ray Stanger on October 4, 1955 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He died May 12, 1994. When she was ten years old her family moved to the United States, living in first Arizona, then in Colorado, and finally settling in Provo, Utah in 1947. She attended the Farrer Junior High School and graduated from BY High. She also attended Brigham Young University. She worked with her husband Ron in his law practice in Provo for some 30 years. Viva was a homemaker and mother of five children. Her hobbies included music, gardening, scrapbooking, family history, and devoting countless hours to her family and church. She was a member of the LDS Church and served in many capacities including ward music leader and primary president. Survivors include four sons and one daughter: Ronald Allen Stanger, David Craig Stanger, Michael Ray Stanger, Robert Brown Stanger, Diane S. Fowles; 12 grandchildren two brothers and three sisters: Mrs. Delbert (Irene) Hessler, Mrs. Don (Martha) Rasmussen, Mrs. Ted (Nila) Miller, Delbert B. Brown, Leslie Brown. Funeral services were held Thursday in Provo. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. [Provo Daily Herald, December 01, 1997]

Bullock, Joan

Bullock, Joan
244 East 200 North
Orem, Utah 84057 US

Joan [and Pat] Richan
  • Cell: 801-225-7729
  • Home: 435-656-4774

Class of 1952. Joan Bullock. Chorus, Notre Maison Vice President, Fauvines, Cheerleader, Cabinet. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents: A. K. "Lynn" Bullock and Mary Phyllis Robinson Bullock. Lynn and Mary Bullock had two children: Joan Bullock Richan, BYH Class of 1952, and Gordon William Bullock, BYH Class of 1954. ~ ~ ~ ~ After graduation, Joan attended BYU for one year, and then married in 1953 in the Salt Lake Temple to F. P. (Pat) Richan, BYH Class of 1948. After Pat taught in Salt Lake City and received his Master's Degree in geography from the University of Utah, they moved to West Covina, California. After having five children, they moved to Greeley, Colorado, where Pat received his doctor's degree in geography. Two more children were added to their family, totaling seven children. They then settled in Provo, Utah, where Pat taught at Utah Valley Community College and Joan worked as Administrative Assistant to the Dean. Joan retired in 1998 and Pat retired in 2002. In 2002, Joan and Pat served a Humanitarian mission in Romania. Served another full-time mission in 2008 and 2009. Currently have 28 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. [Note: surname is not spelled Richans.] @2017 ~ ~ ~ ~ HER HUSBAND'S OBITUARY: Frederic Partridge Richan, October 7, 1929 ~ July 17, 2018. St. George, Utah – Frederic Partridge "Pat" Richan, age 88, passed away on July 17, 2018 following complications from hip surgery. He was born on October 7, 1929 to Raymond Buckley Richan and Ruth Louise Partridge in Provo, Utah. He met his eternal companion, Joan Bullock [BYH Class of 1952], in Provo, Utah, and was married on November 20, 1953 in the Salt Lake City Temple. Pat grew up in Provo, where he attended school at the Brigham Young University School from kindergarten through high school, graduating in the Class of 1948. He attended BYU, graduating in 1952 with a Bachelor’s Degree in History. He also received a Master’s Degree from the University of Utah in 1957 and a Doctorate of Arts Degree in Geography from University of Northern Colorado in 1976. Pat was active in the LDS Church where he served as a high councilor, bishopric counselor, stake missionary, and twice a full-time missionary in Romania and Santa Rosa, California. He served for nine years in the Utah National Guard, 13 years in the Kiwanis Club, and many years in the Sons of Utah Pioneers. Pat loved to teach and spent the early part of his career teaching elementary school in Salt Lake City and West Covina, California and night school at local community colleges. He worked in continuing education at BYU for many years and has been a life-long BYU football fan. Pat found his dream job at Utah Valley University as a Professor of History, Geography, and Geology. He retired in 2002. Pat loved to travel, camp, and visit national parks. He enjoyed movies, music, and locomotive trains. He loved to spend time with his large family. He is survived by: his wife, Joan of St. George, Utah; children, Edward Richan (Tiffany) Orem, Utah, Pamela Snow (Scott) Cedar City, Utah, Lynette Pratt (Ken) Cedar City, Utah, Bill Richan (Janette) Highland, Utah, Deane Richan (Ashley) San Jose, California, Ann Metler (Rob) Tualatin, Oregon, Brenda Lonergan (Nathan) Orem, Utah; 29 grandchildren, 7 great grandchildren; sisters, Genie Hatch and Dorothy Wilhite. Pat was preceded in death by his parents and sister, Ruth Tremayne Mildenhall. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, July 28, 2018 at 11 am at the LDS Chapel located at 225 E. 200 N. in Orem, Utah. Viewings will be held on Friday, July 27, 2018, from 6 pm to 7 pm, and Saturday, July 28, from 9:30 am to 10:30 am at the location noted above. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. Source: Serenity Funeral Home of Southern Utah.

Bushnell, Darrell [Ted Darrell]

Bushnell, Darrell [Ted Darrell]
Orem, Utah US

Darrell & Marjorie Bushnell

Class of 1952. T. Darrell Bushnell. Basketball, Football, Tennis, Chorus, Junior Class President. Married Marjorie Killpack. Also: T. D. Bushnell, 2239 Santa Maria Ct., St. George, Utah 84790-8359 -- (435) 688-1172. Involved in real estate with Gordon Bullock, BYH Class of 1954. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: 1934–2017. Ted Darrell Bushnell, 83, St. George, Utah — husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather — passed away peacefully at his home while holding the hand of his sweetheart on April 6, 2017. Darrell was born in Meadow, Utah on March 7, 1934 to Daniel D. and Melba Stott Bushnell. Darrell spent his childhood in Provo, Utah. Darrell attended Brigham Young High School, graduating in the Class of 1952. He then attended and graduated from Brigham Young University. On August 19, 1953, he married Marjorie Killpack, BYH Class of 1953, in the Salt Lake City Temple. After they had been married less than a year, Darrell was called on a two-year mission for the LDS Church in Melbourne, Australia. Later, he and Marjorie served a mission in Baltimore, Maryland. Darrell spent his career as a real estate broker and developer from 1958 to 2016. He was a well-loved mentor and friend. He was Realtor of the Year in 1975. He was president of the Utah County Board of Realtors, and later president of the Utah State Association of Realtors. Darrell was a devout member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He loved teaching the Gospel and served in many callings including Bishop, High Counselor and member of a Stake Presidency. He was a wonderful home-teacher and never missed his monthly visits. Darrell was survived by his eternal sweetheart Marjorie K. Bushnell and children, Mike Bushnell (Holly), Debbie Morley (Craig), Sherri Peterson (Kelly) and Sandi Bushnell, 17 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. Darrell was preceded in death by his parents and three brothers Dan S., J. Merrill, and J. Fred. There was a viewing in St. George, Utah on Sunday, April 9, 2017 at the LDS Chapel located at 750 Fort Pierce Drive. There will be a viewing in Orem, Utah at the LDS Chapel located at 670 E. 800 N. on Tuesday, April 11, 2017, from 10-10:45am. Funeral services will follow at 11 am at the same location. Interment will be at the Orem City Cemetery at 1520 North, 800 East. Source.

Carlson, Alfred Meredith
Salt Lake City, Utah 84105-1535 US

Fred and Gay Carlson

Class of 1952. Alfred Meredith "Fred" Carlson. Track, Ski Club, Chorus, Skating Club. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: Oscar W. and Hazel A. Carlson. Fred is the younger brother of Elaine Carlson, BYH Class of 1947, and Robert M. "Bob" Carlson, BYH Class of 1941? Formerly of Denver, Colorado ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Alfred M. Carlson 1933 ~ 2018. Fred, the son of Oscar W. and Hazel M. (or A?) Carlson, died on April 27, 2018. Fred is survived by his wife of 62 years, Gay, their children Terry (Tiger), Angela (Shaun), Chris (Laura - divorced); and four grandchildren, Zachary, Meredith, Nate, and Makenzie. Fred was preceded in death by his son Richard, his parents, and siblings Bill, Beth, Bob (BYH Class of 1941?), and Elaine (BYH Class of 1947). Fred was raised in Provo, Utah, and graduated from Brigham Young High School in the Class of 1952. He worked at his father's store, Oscar Carlson's Sporting Goods, where he learned the business and later had a successful career running his own company. Fred enjoyed life, loved his family, friends, golf, and his business relationships that he built over many years. Fred was well loved and respected, he will be greatly missed. Arrangements entrusted by Starks Funeral Parlor. Online condolences to the family may be offered at Salt Lake Tribune, May 6, 2018

Cassity, Joyce Lorraine

Cassity, Joyce Lorraine
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Joyce Weight

Class of 1952. Joyce Cassity. Chorus, Notre Maison, Shorthand Club. Married Jerry Weight (div.). @2007 ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Joyce Cassity Weight, September 13, 1934 ~ February 20, 2022 (age 87). Our loving mother, sister, grandma, and great grandma, Joyce Lorraine Cassity Weight, passed peacefully back to her Heavenly home on February 20, 2022. Joyce was born in Erda, Utah on September 13, 1934 as the fifth and final child of Edward and Arvilla Cassity. Joyce and her siblings grew up in the Tooele area, enjoying the great outdoors and artesian wells on the family property. Later in her early teens, after her mother died, Joyce went to live in the loving home of Karl and Frances Miller and their three sons, Reed, Grant, and Glen in Provo, Utah. Joyce graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1952 with honors. It was there that she met and later married Jerold "Jerry" Arthur Weight in the Salt Lake Temple (later divorced). While Joyce was pregnant with their first child, Jerry was called and served a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Joyce and her little son Michael alternated living in the Miller home and in the home of her husband’s parents until Jerry’s return from his mission. The young family lived briefly in San Francisco and Oakland in the years following, after which they returned to Utah where two more sons, Paul and Jeffery were born. Then, in 1962, Joyce and the family moved to American Samoa, where Jerry worked for three years as a teacher at a church owned and sponsored high school. A daughter, Tori, was born on the island. During that time Joyce served as Relief Society President, and enjoyed a great and loving association with both American and native-born Samoan sisters in her ward. She took great pride and joy in her service there. The family returned to Utah from American Samoa in 1965, and after a short stay in Utah, moved to Burns, Oregon, where Jerry taught at the local high school for one year. The family returned to Utah a year later, and within two years purchased a permanent home in Bountiful, Utah. In 1969, a second daughter, Vickie, was added to the family, bringing the family total to 5 children. Joyce loved to travel and the family went on many vacation excursions together, traversing the county in the family station wagon. There were also many wonderful family memories of camping trips, and wonderful weekends and holidays spent at the Weight family cabin in Wildwood in Provo Canyon. Joyce loved music and art, and loved to paint. In her ensuing years Joyce wrote and published a self-help book. Joyce was preceded in death by her parents and brothers Donn, Dwain, Glen, Roy, and sister Reva (Houghton). Joyce is survived by children, Michael, Paul, Jeffery, Tori, and Vickie, plus 15 grandchildren, and 22 great grandchildren. Funeral services were held Friday, February 25, 2022 at the Winderbrook Ward Chapel, 4366 South 1500 East, Salt Lake City. Friends and family are gathered one hour prior to the services at the church at 10 a.m. Interment, Eastlawn Memorial Hills Cemetery in Provo, Utah. Source.

Clark, Mary Louise (1952)

Clark, Mary Louise (1952)
132 West Lakeview Way
Woodland Hills, Utah 84653 US

Mary Louise & Bob Perry
  • Home: (801) 423-7720

Class of 1952. Mary Louise Clark. Cheerleader. Chorus, Notre Maison, Soph Cheerleader. Married Bob Perry. Mary Louise Clark Perry and her husband, Bob Perry, served in the Armenia Yerevan mission in 2005-2006. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents: Harold Glen Clark and Virginia Louise Driggs. Harold G. Clark was born June 11, 1902 in Mesa, Arizona. His parents were Joseph William Clark and Mary Adeline Noble Clark. He married Virginia Louise Driggs on June 26, 1929, in Mesa, Arizona. She was born on July 29, 1909 in Driggs, Idaho. She died on March 16, 1950, in Provo, Utah. Together they had six children: Carol Jean Clark, Harold Glen Clark (Jr), Mary Louise Clark (Bob) Perry, Donald Driggs Clark, Virginia Lynn Clark, and Joseph William Clark. Following the death of Virgina Louise Driggs Clark, he married Mary Deane Peterson Gilbert on December 20, 1950 in the Mesa, Arizona temple for time. Together they had one daughter: Rebecca Clark. ~ ~ ~ ~

Cole, Sondra

Cole, Sondra
North Ogden, Utah US

Sondra Pistone

Class of 1952. Sondra Cole. Assistant Librarian. Married Dr. Joseph V. Pistone. HER OBITUARY: North Ogden -- Sondra Cole Pistone, 68, died Tuesday, August 13, 2002 at Ogden Regional Medical Center. She was born February 7, 1934 in Provo, a daughter of Frank and Helen Cole. On June 1, 1956, Sondra married Dr. Joseph V. Pistone in Washington, D.C. They were later divorced. She was reared and educated in Provo, graduating from B.Y. U. High School. She also attended Brigham Young University. Sondra enjoyed snorkeling in the ocean, reading, and anything to do with nature. [Ogden Standard-Examiner, August 17, 2002.]

Collard, Cathryn
7373 East US Highway 60, Lot 10
Gold Canyon, Arizona 85218-9091 US

Cathy Veltre
  • Home: 480-984-2333

Class of 1952. Cathryn "Cathy" Collard. Fauvines, Chorus, Shorthand Team, Y'ld Cat Newspaper, Senator, Thespians. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents: George Earl Collard and Annie Rozella (Rozella) Jensen Collard. They had eleven children, including: Rea Zell Collard [BYH Class of 1932 or 1933?] born 1915 in Fountain Green, Utah, died 1991 in Provo, Utah; George E. Collard, Jr. {BYH Class of 1947]; Kenneth Will Collard [BYH Class of 1949] (married Trilby); and Mary Cathryn "Cathy" Collard [BYH Class of 1952] Veltre. In addition, another daughter, Helen Collard, married James Rudolph "Dod" Boshard [BYH Class of 1938]. Helen was born in 1922 in Fountain Green, Utah, and died in 1978 in Denver, Colorado. ~ ~ ~ ~ She married ____ Veltre. @2007 ~ ~ ~ ~ Email sent to bounced back. @2010

Crowton, David Harris

Crowton, David Harris
Torrey, Utah US

David and Dallyne Crowton

Class of 1952. David Harris Crowton. Football, Baseball, Basketball, Chorus, Soph Class President. Married Dallyne Brown, BYH Class of 1952. Alternate address: 120 West 500 North, Torrey, Utah 84775. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: David Harris Crowton, 1934 ~ 2021. David H. Crowton suddenly passed away at St. George Regional Hospital on December 15, 2021 at the age of 87. Dave lived a good and full life and will be missed immensely. He was a dedicated husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather. He loved working in his shop and gardening. Dave is preceded in death by his father David M. Crowton, mother Louise Harris Crowton, brother Richard (Dick) Crowton, and granddaughter Bailey Jane Thomas. Survived by his loving wife of 68 years, Dallyne Brown Crowton, his sister Cheryl (Ron) Buhler, and children, Penny (John) Loveridge, Gary (Maren) Crowton, Staci (Matt) Thomas, Dallys (Vince) Hanseen, and remembered lovingly by 16 grandchildren and 30 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held on Monday, December 20, 2021 at the Berg Drawing Room Chapel, 185 East Center Street, Provo, Utah. Interment, Springville Evergreen Cemetery. Condolences may be expressed at SOURCE Published by Legacy December 17, 2021.

Davidson, Richard Bohn

Davidson, Richard Bohn
Mapleton, Utah US

Richard Davidson

Class of 1952. Richard Davidson. Chorus. [Deceased] ~ ~ ~ ~ Richard Bohn Davidson was born on June 18, 1934 in Huntington Park, California. His parents were Richard Warner Davidson and Bertha Rae Bohn. He died on June 8, 1999, in Mapleton, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Richard Bohn Davidson of Mapleton passed on at 4 a.m. Tuesday, June 8, 1999, at his home surrounded by loved ones. Richard was born June 18, 1934, in Huntington Park, California, son of Bertha B. Davidson and Richard Warner Davidson. Richard graduated from Brigham Young High School in the Class of 1952. He received his B.A. in Math at UCLA. At Brigham Young University, he completed his masters in physics and his doctorate in organic chemistry. He worked for a time on research grants at Hiroshima, Japan, and Fort Collins, Colorado. He also assisted in research carried on at BYU. His interests included writing his own computer programs, composing beautiful classical music for piano and string quartet, vocal arranging, painting (mostly portrait art), bee keeping and throwing unique pottery. He became a licensed pilot and an extra classic Amateur Radio Operator (Ham Radio). He participated in folk dancing and performed with the UCLA Israeli Folk Dance Troupe. His interests in gardening was expressed in his maintaining and improving the family property. Richard studied a variety of languages over his lifetime including, Spanish, German, Indonesian, Japanese and Hebrew. With the passing of his father in 1987, he became caretaker of his aging mother, who was a teacher in the BYU Elementary Training School for many years. He continued taking care of his mother until the day of her passing in February of this year [1999] even when he himself became ill. Richard played the piano for priesthood meetings; was a beloved home teacher and a dedicated member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, having completed a mission for the Church to Texas and California, teaching Spanish-speaking people. He maintained a personal journal for many years and was an avid genealogist. He is survived by his sisters, Audrey Colleen Davidson and Joan LaRae Davidson Haskins and his brother, Warren Edwin Davidson, who will greatly miss their dear brother. Funeral services were held in the Mapleton Heritage Chapel on Saturday June 12, 1999. [Provo Daily Herald, June 09, 1999.]

Davis, Dix Bennett

Davis, Dix Bennett
American Fork, Utah US

Dix and Marjorie Davis

Class of 1952. Dix Davis. Basketball, Football, Lettermen President, Band, Chorus. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Dix Bennett Davis, 1934-2016. Dix Bennett Davis, 82, passed away on August 30, 2016 in Cedar Hills, Utah. Born on August 16, 1934 in Provo, Utah to Dewain LeRoy and Marcelene Bennett Davis. He graduated from Brigham Young High School in the Class of 1952. He married Marjorie Rae Hatfield in Springville, Utah. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Dix worked for Geneva Steel. He was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, serving in many callings, especially the 17 years as a temple worker at the Mount Timpanogos Temple. He had many hobbies including: gardening, bowler, archery, antique bottle hunting and was a great athlete. He is survived by his children: Kennyon Davis, Bryan (Amy) Davis, Denise Baird, Kyle (Karen) Davis, Danual (Cathy) Davis and Randall (Kati) Davis, 26 grandchildren, many great great grandchildren siblings: Brent Davis, Dennis Gauger, Pauline Davis, Linda Clark, Kerry Davis and Kevin Davis. Preceded in death by his wife of 62 years, parents and stepfather, a sister Julie, and a grandson. Funeral services were held Wednesday, September 7, 2016 in the American Fork 26th Ward, 975 North 60 East, American Fork, Utah. Interment, American Fork Cemetery. [Provo Daily Herald, September 4, 2016] ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS WIFE'S OBITUARY: Our sweet loving wife, mother, sister and friend Marjorie Rae Hatfield Davis passed away on June 8, 2007 with loved ones by her side. Marjorie was born on February 24, 1936 in Springville, Utah. She was the first of seven children born to Woodrow and Raynor Hatfield. Marjorie graduated from Springville High School in 1954. She married Dix B. Davis [BYH Class of 1952] on July 16, 1954 in Springville. They were sealed in the Salt Lake Temple on June 5, 1964 and are the proud parents of six children. Marjorie's love for her family took precedence above all else and their comfort and well being was of the utmost importance to her. She always had a "twinkle" in her eye when she spoke of her children and her grandchildren. She was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and had a strong testimony of the Gospel. She served in many callings in the Church including Primary, Relief Society President and Counselor. She served in the Mount Timpanogos Temple for many years with her husband and cherished that calling dearly. Marjorie was a talented and gifted artist and passed those talents on to her children and grandchildren. She enjoyed watercolors the most. She was an accomplished seamstress. She designed and created her own wedding dress while in high school. She was the costume designer and creator for the Utah Pageant of the Arts for 17 years. Marjorie worked for the LDS Church at the Church Office Building, evaluating film from all over the world. She had a great love of Genealogy and could always be found searching diligently for her ancestors. She enjoyed creative writing and poetry and wrote many poems. She was loved by all who knew her. Marjorie's sweet countenance and humble spirit will truly be missed. Marjorie is survived by her husband, Dix, of 52 years and her six children, Kennyon Davis, Bryan (Amy) Davis, Denise (Doug) Baird, Kyle Davis (Karen), Danual (Cathy) Davis, Randall (Kati) Davis, 25 grandchildren, 14 great grandchildren, 2 brothers Dennis Hatfield, Ron Hatfield, 3 sisters Joyce Hatfield Leamaster, Connie Hatfield Childs and Laurie Hatfield Crandall. She is preceded in death by her parents, a younger brother and a grandson. Funeral Services were held Wednesday on June 13, 2007 in the American Fork 26th Ward Chapel, 975 N. 60 E., American Fork, Utah. Interment and Grave Dedication will be at the American Fork Cemetery, 100 E. 600 N. Center Street, American Fork Utah. [Provo Daily Herald, June 12, 2007.]

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