Class of 1952 H.S.

Class of 1952 H.S.'s Website

Alphabetical Alumni

Mangelson, Evan
455 Ridge Lane
Payson, Utah 84651-3027 US

Evan Mangelson
  • Work: (801) 465-3473

Class of 1952. Evan Mangelson. Thespians, Chorus, Band, Photography Club, Roller Skating Club, Library Club.

Mathews, Charles Stanford

Mathews, Charles Stanford
Roy, Utah US

Stanford Matthews

Class of 1952. Stanford Mathews. Seminary Vice President. HIS OBITUARY: Roy, Utah -- Charles Stanford Mathews, age 66, passed away March 8, 2001. He was born July 13, 1934 in Antimony, Utah to Benjamin L. and Esther Black Mathews, the youngest of 11 children. He was a member of the LDS Church, serving in many positions. His passions in life were photography and watching BYU football games. Charles was a very kind and compassionate man who spent his life helping others. His greatest joys were his grandchildren. He was a teacher for 30 years with the Ogden School District. He is survived by his children, one son, Bruce Mathews, Roy; three daughters, Robin (Michael) Greenwood, Alabama; Lisa Brown, Esther (Don) Byram, four brothers, two sisters and 12 grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers and two sisters. Funeral services were held Tuesday, March 13, 2001 in Roy, Utah. Interment, Roy City Cemetery. [Deseret News, Saturday, March 10, 2001]

McPhie, Janine
1894 Longbranch Drive
Draper, Utah 84020 US

Janine and James Thorne
  • Work: 801-572-3451

Class of 1952. Janine McPhie. Fauvines, Notre Maison, Y'ld Cat Newspaper. Married James J. Thorne. [Note: email sent to is being returned due to incorrect address.] @2007

Miller, Reed K.
282 West 1250 North
American Fork, Utah 84003-2765 US

Reed and Opal Miller
  • Work: (801) 492-0096

Class of 1952. Reed K. Miller. Student Body President. Chorus, Band, Thespians, Wildcat Yearbook Business Manager, All State Band, Photography Club, Debate. ~ ~ ~ ~ Grant is one of the sons of the legendary Karl A. Miller, BYH Class of 1923. On June 24, 1931 [his father] Karl married Frances Augusta Crocheron in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. They were married just two weeks short of sixty-nine years when Frances died. Karl and Frances Miller were the parents of three sons: Reed Miller [BYH Class of 1952] who married Opal; Grant Miller [BYH Class of 1955] who married Judy; and Glen Miller [BYH Class of 1961] who married Geri. Karl and Frances also raised two nieces who were considered their daughters: Joyce Weight and Evelyn (Richard) Dalebout. ~ ~ ~ ~ Reed Miller married Opal [Opie]. ~ ~ ~ ~ Upon the passing of Jerry Weight, President of Class of 1952, Dr. Reed Miller has become Chair of the 55th Year Reunion of the Class, held in 2007. @2007 ~ ~ ~ ~ Email sent to bounced back. @2010

Noel, Joan
11909 North Fairwood Drive
Spokane, Washington 99218-2930 US

Joan Hull
  • Work: 509-466-2953

Class of 1952. Joan Noel. Senior Class Secretary of Records & Treasurer. Notre Maison, Thespians, Wildcat Yearbook, Quill & Scroll, Debate. She married ______ Hull.

Nuttal, Jane [Nuttall,]
1439 Yorktown Circle
Salt Lake City, Utah 84117 US

Jane Sacco
  • Work: 801-277-7830

Class of 1952. Jane Nuttal. Fauvines President, Shorthand Club, French Club, Chorus. Married ____ Sacco.

Perri, James Barrett

Perri, James Barrett
Provo, Utah US

Jim and Colleen Perri

Class of 1952. James Perri. Football, Baseball, Track, Lettermen, Thespians, Chorus. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: James Barrett Perri, age 76, died December 18, 2009 in Provo, Utah. He was born on August 13, 1933 in Helper, Utah to Joseph Basil and Amelia Barrett Perri. He married Delpha Colleen Clayson on September 29, 1955. She passed away on February 12, 2003. He grew up in Provo and graduated from B.Y. High in the Class of 1952. He excelled in track and gymnastics. Following his marriage to Colleen, they spent most of their married life in Provo. He was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He was a member of the Painters Local 77. He worked as an Industrial steel painter at many of the power plants in the state. He also owned his own restaurant for eight years and managed the Andy's Smorgasbord Restaurants in the 1960's. He owned and operated the Hobble Creek Inn Restaurant. James loved to golf, fish with his family and was an avid gardener. We are happy for the reunion he is having with his bride. He is survived by his one son and three daughters: James Barrett Perri, II (Andrea Cooley); Micheli Perri Warner (Patrick); Stephanie Perri Thomas (Lynn); Jennifer Perri Taylor (Chris); 14 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; one sister, Beverley Davies (Keith). He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife and a sister. Graveside services will be held on Monday, December 21, 2009 at 2:00 p.m. at the Provo City Cemetery, 610 South State Street, Provo. Friends may call at the Berg Mortuary of Provo, 185 East Center Street, on Sunday evening from 6-8 p.m. Condolences may be sent in care of Berg Mortuary to [Provo Daily Herald, December 19, 2009]

Pinegar, Edward Jolley
Orem, Utah US

Ed and Pat Pinegar

Class of 1952. Ed Jolley Pinegar. BYH Football, Basketball, Baseball, Tennis, Lettermen, All State Basketball, Band President, Chorus. Faculty & Staff: BYH Seminary Teacher 1967-68. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: James Emery Pinegar and Effie Jolley Pinegar. James and Effie Pinegar had five children, all BYH alumni: Glen Jolley Pinegar [BYH Class of 1944] (Shirley Mellor); James Pinegar [BYH Class of 1946](Colleen); Maxine Pinegar [BYH Class of 1948] Turley; Wanita Pinegar [BYH Class of 1950] Done; and Edward Jolley Pinegar [BYH Class of 1952] (Pat). ~ ~ ~ ~ Ed J. Pinegar, a dentist by training and vocation, graduated from Brigham Young University and attended dental school at the University of Southern California. While practicing dentistry, he taught seminary for several years, then taught the Book of Mormon and Gospel Principles and Practices courses at BYU for 18 years. His Church assignments include stake high councilor, bishop (twice), stake president, member of the General Board for Young Men, and member of the Missionary Programs Advisory Committee. He also presided over the England London Mission and the Missionary Training Center in Provo, Utah. He is author of several books for the LDS market. Brother Pinegar is married to Patricia Peterson Pinegar, former General President of the Primary for the Church. They are parents of eight children and have 32 grandchildren. The Pinegars live in Orem, Utah. Ed Pinegar is the author of over 40 books and articles on LDS topics. His books include: Called to Serve Him, Lengthen Your Shuffle, Raising the Bar, Latter-day Commentary on the New Testament Gospels, Fatherhood, and You, Your Family and the Scriptures, just to name a few. His photo can be found with the final 1968 BYH faculty. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Ed Jolley Pinegar peacefully passed away on August 18, 2020 with his sweetheart, Pat, by his side. He was born in Provo, Utah on February 12, 1935 to James Emery Pinegar and Effie Jolley Pinegar. Ed will be remembered as a beloved husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather, and as a teacher, speaker, author, dentist, and friend. His life was filled with service - praising, inspiring, and encouraging others (PIE) with humor and love. Ed was raised in Edgemont, Spanish Fork and Provo, Utah. He graduated from BYU Elementary Training School, and then from BY High School in the Class of 1952. He excelled in athletics playing football, basketball, baseball, and tennis. He attended BYU on a tennis and basketball scholarship playing for the legendary Coach Stan Watts. In 1956, he graduated from BYU with a degree in chemistry and mathematics. He married his college sweetheart, Patricia Peterson, March 28, 1956 in the Salt Lake Temple. They recently celebrated their 64th wedding anniversary. Ed attended dental school at the University of Southern California and graduated in 1961. While attending dental school, he taught early morning seminary to high school students. He began his dental practice in Provo, Utah. After one year, he was asked to put his practice aside and serve as a Captain in the United States Army between 1962 and 1964. Upon returning to Provo to restart his dental practice, he again taught early morning seminary for 3 years and then taught the Book of Mormon, Gospel Principles and Practices, and other religion classes part-time at BYU for 19 years. He retired in 2000 from the faculty at the Orem Institute of Religion at Utah Valley University in Orem, Utah. Ed served in many capacities as a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. He served as Bishop (twice) and Stake President. He also served with Pat as President of the England London South Mission (1985-88), President of the Provo Missionary Training Center (1988-90), full-time missionaries to the church historical sites in the Rochester New York Mission, and as President and Matron of the Manti Temple (2009-12). His last calling was as a greeter in the Suncrest 10th ward. He was the author of over 60 books and audio recordings of which many were on missionary work. The joy of Ed’s life was his family. He loved his sweetheart, Pat, an angel wife and mother. They are the parents of eight children – Karie Bushnell (Bruce), Steve Pinegar, Kelly Hagemeyer (Dale), Kristi Gubler (Ross), Brett Pinegar (Susan), Cory Pinegar (who preceded him in death in 1986), Traci Magleby (Hans), and Tricia Skousen (Jeff). He has 38 grandchildren, 30 great grandchildren, and 5 on the way. A visitation will be held on Sunday, August 23 from 6pm to 8pm at the Suncrest 10th ward chapel located at 90 North 600 West, Orem, UT 84057. Due to COVID-19, there will be a private graveside service for immediate family members on Monday, August 24th. Please go to to leave a memory, view a webcast of the graveside service, and see a video memorializing his life in hopes it will help us all continue Ed’s legacy to go and do good. In lieu of flowers, those who desire may make a donation to the General Missionary Fund in his memory. Source.

Potter, Wester S.
1729 E. Cornell Circle
Salt Lake City, Utah 84108-1801 US

Wes and Polly Potter
  • Work: (801) 583-2338
  • Home: 801-583-3765

Class of 1952. Wester S. [Wes] Potter. Wildcat Yearbook, Quill & Scroll, Debate, Band, Thespians. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents were Glenn Sowards Potter of Bancroft, Idaho, and Margaret Schow Potter of Lehi, Utah. Wester S. Potter married Polly. ~ ~ ~ ~ Alternate email addresses: and ~ ~ ~ ~ On April 20, 2013 Wes Potter was inducted into the Dry Lakes Racing Hall of Fame under the category, "People Who Have Contributed". This took place during the annual Gold Coast Roadster and Racing Club's "Gas Up" in Buellton, California. @Apr 2013

Redd, Katheryn Anne
PO Box 156, 2537 Elk Grove Road
Solvang, California 93463 US

Kathy [and Gary] Mullins
  • Work: 805-688-5348

Class of 1952. Katheryn [Kathy] Redd. Y'ld Cat Newspaper, Quill & Scroll President, Fauvines, Shorthand Club, Girls State, Representative. BYU 1956. Kathy married Gary Mullins. They met when they both were students at Wasatch Academy in Mt. Pleasant before her family moved to Provo. They owned the Book Loft in Solvang, California, before his death in 1996. Solvang is home to the Hans Christian Andersen Museum, a special collection of Andersen books and translations housed above the Book Loft on Mission Drive. In 2005, Kathy Redd Mullins was honored as grand marshal of Danish Days parade. Kathy Mullins, and her late husband, Gary, founded the Andersen Museum as a way of giving back to the community that had given them so much. Mrs. Mullins has a wealth of knowledge about all things Andersen, whose stories many people know as age-old fables without even realizing who wrote them. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents: Charles Redd [BYH Class of 1911] and Annaley Naegle Redd, LaSal and Provo, Utah. Their children: Katheryn Anne "Kathy" Redd Mullins [BYH Class of 1952] (Gary), Solvang, CA; Charles Hardison "Hardy" Redd [BYH Class of 1954] (Sonya), La Sal; Annaley Redd (died in infancy); Robert Byron Redd [BYH Class of 1957] (Mary), Provo; Paul David Redd [BYH Class of 1959] (Diane), Paradox, CO; Maraley Redd Rasmussen [BYH Class of 1961] (Richard), Winnetka, IL; Beverly Redd Woods [BYH Class of 1963] (Loyd), Mapleton; Regina Redd Mitchell [BYH Class of 1964] (James), North Salt Lake; Rebecca Sue Redd Lambert [BYH Class of 1968] (Brian), Mapleton. [2000]

Reynolds, Carol Ann
PO Box 252
Centerville, Utah 84014 US

Carol Ann Christensen
  • Work: 801-299-9911

Class of 1952. Carol Ann Reynolds. Cheerleader, Fauvines, Notre Maison, Les Amis, Bookkeeping Team, Shorthand Club. Married ____ Christensen.

Sauls, Mary Alice

Sauls, Mary Alice
2155 North 1400 East
Provo, Utah 84604 US

Mary Alice & Stan Collins
  • Work: 801-377-2155

Class of 1952. Mary Alice Sauls. Fauvines, Notre Maison, Les Amis, Chorus, Shorthand Club. Her parents were Kiefer B. Sauls [BYH Class of 1915] and Elizabeth H. Cannon Sauls. Mary Alice married Stan Collins, BYH Class of 1951.

Saxton, Barbara
St. George, Utah US

Barbara Wise-

Class of 1952. Barbara Saxton. French Club, Shorthand Club, Y'ld Cat News Editor, Type Team, Quill & Scroll, Notre Maison, Fauvines. First married ______ Wise. Second married _______ _______.

Smith, Carol (1952)
787 South 1100 West
Provo, Utah 84601-5403 US

Carol Sutherland
  • Work: 801-375-3098

Class of 1952. Carol Smith. French Club, Shorthand, Fauvines, Chorus. Married ______ Sutherland.

Smith, David
Provo?, Utah US

David Smith

Class of 1952. David Smith. Faculty & Staff, including 1954-55. Religion. ~ ~ ~ ~

Smith, Robert Bailey (1952)
108 Woodside Drive
Provo, Utah 84604 US

Robert Smith
  • Work: 801-374-3011

Class of 1952. Robert B. Smith. Chorus, Band, French Club. @2007

Snow, Arnolene
811 East 150 North
Provo, Utah 84606 US

Arnolene & Norman Anderson
  • Cell: 801-836-3619
  • Home: 801-373-8696

Class of 1952. Arnolene Snow. Chorus, Band, Notre Maison Vice President, Fauvines, Y'ld Cat Newspaper, Junior Class Vice President, Representative. She married Norman D. Anderson. [Note: email sent to is being returned unopened.] @2007

Sperry, Delbert Joy

Sperry, Delbert Joy
Provo, Utah US

Delbert & Anne-Julie Sperry

Class of 1952. Delbert Sperry. Baseball, Tennis, Chorus. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Delbert Joy Sperry, 78, Husband, Father, Grandfather and Brother, passed away on November 27, 2012. He was born January 20, 1934 in Provo, Utah, the son of Dr. Sidney B. Sperry and Eva Lila Braithwaite Sperry. Delbert attended Provo City Schools and graduated from B.Y. High School in the Class of 1952, and subsequently from Brigham Young University. On May 22, 1964, he married his sweetheart, Anne-Julie Stangeland in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Delbert and Julie were married for 48 years. Delbert had a number of managerial jobs, including Manager, B.Y.U. Audio-Visual Center. He helped set up the Navajo Indian Tribe pre-school program, LDS Church Indian Social Worker, Utah County Welfare Supervisor, and the job that he loved the most, Utah's first Ambulance Coordinator with the Utah Department of Health, and the Bureau of Emergency Medical Services. He set up a number of new ambulance services, including Springville and Spanish Fork. He loved working with the E.M.T.'s and paramedics, and had many very special friends throughout Utah. He retired in 1996, after 26 years with the State of Utah. Delbert was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and served a mission to the Western States Mission from 1954-56. He was a ward financial clerk, teacher and home teacher, and loved his many church friends. Delbert wanted to give thanks to his special friends, Dr. Keith Hooker, Dr. Ronald Badger, and Dr. Richard K. Olsen who made it possible for Del to have those few years with his family and grandchildren. He is survived by his wife Anne-Julie of Provo; his children: Anne (Steve) Kingsolver of Orem; Erika (Brad) Hatch of South Jordan; and seven beautiful grandchildren: Stephanie, Sarah, Brett, Brandon (serving in the Ventura California Mission), Amanda, Rachael and William. Sisters: Elaine Fish, of Las Vegas; Phyllis Bytendorp, St. George; Karen Grant, Salt Lake City; Brothers: Richard, Orem; and Brent of Salt Lake. Delbert is preceded in death by his parents, Dr. Sidney B. and Eva Lila Sperry, and by his brothers, Lyman and Arlyn. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m., Saturday, December 1, 2012 at the LDS Chapel, 3050 Mohave Lane, Provo, Utah. Friends may call at the church from 9:30-10:45 a.m. prior to services. Interment, East Lawn Memorial Hills. Condolences may be emailed to [Deseret News, November 30, 2012] Source.

Staheli, Lynn T.
2316 Fairview Avenue East %23A
Seattle, Washington 98102 US

Lynn Staheli
  • Work: 206-525-5976

Class of 1952. Lynn T. Staheli. Wildcat Yearbook Photographer, Y'ld Cat Newspaper Photographer, Thespians, Tennis, Band, Photography Club President, French Club. @2007

Swenson, Lynn [Vernon Lynn]

Swenson, Lynn [Vernon Lynn]
PO Box 1008
119 Lower Ray Creek Rd.
Townsend, Montana 59344-1008 US

Lynn and Jaqueline Swenson
  • Work: 406-266-3066

Class of 1952. Vernon Lynn Swenson. Lynn married Jaqueline Noel Brandley, BYH Class of 1953. He was a physician in Townsend, Montana, but retired from the practice of medicine. He then focused on ranching. He wore a white beard (see reunion photo). ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Vernon Lynn "Lynn" Swenson passed away peacefully on June 22, 2015. He was born April 23, 1934 in Soda Springs, Idaho, the youngest of six children born to Naomi Chappell James and John Lewis Swenson. Lynn was raised in Provo, Utah, attending Brigham Young High School, where he met the love of his life, Jaqueline Noel Brandley. Lynn graduated in the BYH Class of 1952, and Jaque graduated in the BYH Class of 1953. Lynn served in the US Army for two years during the Korean War. After returning to BYU, Jaque and Lynn were sealed in the SLC Temple for time and all eternity on June 3, 1957. Lynn attended medical school at George Washington University in Washington D.C. graduating third in his class of 100. After a residency in Phoenix, Arizona, they settled in Townsend, Montana. They grew to love the people and the beautiful scenery of the area. After a few years, they bought a farm outside of town where Lynn relieved stress by irrigating and fixing things. He practiced medicine in Townsend until he retired. Lynn is survived by Jaque, his wife of 58 years, and his five children that he “rented for vacations” and ended up keeping forever: Susan Neuffer, Krista Gotberg (Byron), Eric (Sharolyn), Dana Stott (Alan), and Alisa Cassity. He is also survived by 21 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews as well as his sister Ruth Johnson. Lynn was preceded in death by his parents and four of his siblings, Helen Swenson Eastmond, John Swenson, Beth Swenson Walker (BYH Class of 1939), and Dr. Gene James Swenson (BYH Class of 1945). There will be a memorial service on Friday, July 3, 2015 at 11 a.m. at the Oak Forest Chapel, 2250 North 2200 East in Layton, Utah. A memorial service will also be held in the Townsend, Montana, LDS Chapel on Saturday, July 11, 2015. Arrangements under the direction of Lindquist’s Layton Mortuary, 1867 N. Fairfield Road, Layton, Utah. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Broadwater Health Center in Townsend, Montana, or Doctors Without Borders would be appreciated. Source

Taylor, Jess
7727 El Padre Lane
Dallas, Texas 75248 US

Jess Taylor
  • Work: 972-239-7522

Class of 1952. Jess Taylor. Wildcat Yearbook Sales Manager, Shorthand Club. ~ ~ ~ ~ Retired dentist. @2008

Taylor, Nicholls Victor
7712 North Heartland Dr, %239
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho 83815 US

Nick [or Victor] Taylor
  • Work: 208-762-1195

Class of 1952. Nicholls Victor [Nick or Victor] Taylor. Y'ld Cat Newspaper, Chorus. Full name: Nicholls Victor Taylor. Worked for many years for Montgomery Ward, including several years in Guam.

Thompson, Frank Andrew

Thompson, Frank Andrew
Fruit Heights, Utah US

Frank and Afton Thompson

Class of 1952. Frank Andrew Thompson. Football, Chorus. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Frank Andrew Thompson, November 24, 1933 ~ September 26, 2020. Frank Andrew Thompson passed away at the age of 86, on September 26, 2020 due to a stroke. He was born November 24, 1933 in Spring City, Utah, to Tenus Thompson and Evelyn Maeser Thompson. He spent his childhood in Spring City and moved to Provo when he was 9 years old. He graduated from Brigham Young High School in the Class of 1952. He then graduated from Brigham Young University. While attending BYU, he met his sweetheart, Afton Burnside. After two years in the Army in El Paso, Texas, he returned to finish school and marry Afton in the Salt Lake Temple on March 20, 1959. Upon graduation, Frank got his first teaching and coaching job in Byron, Wyoming, where he taught P.E. and coached football, basketball, and wrestling, claiming four Wyoming State High School Football championships. Frank and Afton and three of their four children lived in Wyoming for eight years before moving to Kaysville, Utah, where he taught for 1 year at Kaysville Junior High and 28 years as a Health and PE teacher at Davis High School where he also coached football, wrestling, track, and softball. While at Davis High, he had the privilege of teaching, coaching and mentoring many young people, including his own children, who loved Coach Thompson. He retired in 1997. As a devoted member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Frank and Afton worked as ordinance workers in the Bountiful, Utah Temple. Later they served an LDS mission to Riverside, California where the Elders and Sisters called him Elder Coach. Frank served in many church capacities, his favorite being teaching and telling stories, inspiring youth and adults alike. Along with his love of sports, especially football and wrestling, Frank enjoyed building a cabin with his family in Fairview, Utah, and later a cabin near Meeks Creek Reservoir in Wyoming, where he, his wife, his kids and grandkids enjoyed many happy times. Dad was a wonderful husband to his wife, Afton, whom he dearly loved and cared for. He was a fun dad that took great pleasure in playing with his kids, building tree houses and playhouses; and later was the best grandpa, giving wheelbarrow rides and letting the grandkids “babysit” him. Frank is survived by his wife, Afton, his children Bart (Kristi), Andy (Angie), Laura Williams (Jeff), and Teri Astle (Robert), 14 grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren, with two on the way; his sister, Shirley (Mel) Bangerter, and brother John (Linda) Thompson, sisters-in-law Eileen Thompson and Nancy Thompson. He is preceded in death by his parents, and brothers, Robert and Fred. Private family services will be held Friday, October 2, 2020 at Lindquist’s Layton Mortuary, 1867 North Fairfield Road. Friends may visit family Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. at the mortuary. Interment, Lindquist’s Memorial Park at Layton, 1867 North Fairfield Road. The family of Frank Thompson would like to express gratitude to CNS Hospice Services for their help and respectfulness to Frank and his family. Source.

Tippetts, Richard B.
3805 Hillwood Way
Bedford, Texas 76021-2530 US

Richard Tippetts
  • Work: 817-283-6726

Class of 1952. Richard B. Tippetts. Journalism, Chorus. @2007

Unger, Vera Ann

Unger, Vera Ann
Henderson, Nevada US

Vera and Boyd Corbett

Class of 1952. Vera Ann Unger. Notre Maison, Fauvines, Chorus. HER OBITUARY: Vera Ann Unger Corbett, age 60, died on August 7, 1994 in Henderson, Nevada. She was born July 10, 1934 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She married G. Boyd Corbett in the Manti LDS Temple on June 5, 1953. Vera was an active member of the LDS Church and was a temple worker in the Las Vegas, Nevada Temple. She was a great homemaker and enjoyed doing genealogy, sewing, quilting, loving all her grandchildren and especially being in the service of others. She had lived in Salt Lake City, Utah for 21 years. Surviving family members include her husband Boyd and three sons: Douglas Boyd Corbett of Fremont, Calif.; Marc Robert Corbett of Corona, Calif.; Kenneth Arthur Corbett of Sandy, Utah; a daughter, Carla Ann Corbett Wandelt of Glendale, Arizona; two sisters: Pat Unger Daniels of Provo, Utah; and Gloria Unger Oaks [BYH Class of 1954] of McLean, Virginia; 15 grandchildren. Funeral services were held Saturday, August 13, 1994 in Henderson, Nevada. Interment, Santaquin City Cemetery (Utah). [Deseret News, Sunday, August 14, 1994.] ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents: Arthur Matthew Unger and Annabelle McCabe Unger. Her parents were converted to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Pennsylvania. The Ungers moved from Pennsylvania to Chicago, then Provo. They had three daughters: Patsy Unger (Philip Bliss) Daniels (deceased) of Provo; Vera Ann Unger [BYH Class of 1952] (Boyd) Corbett (deceased) of Henderson, Nevada; and Gloria Mae Unger [BYH Class of 1954] (Robert C.) Oaks of North Salt Lake. @2006

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