Class of 1957 H.S.



Class of 1957 H.S.'s Website

Alphabetical Alumni

Longhurst, Dale A.
5264 West 6000 North
Delta, Utah 84624-2134 US

Dale Longhurst
  • Work: (435) 864-5432

Class of 1957. Dale Longhurst. Football, Track, Wrestling, Legislative Forum Region, Interpretive Speech, Spanish Club, Chorus, Model U.N., Graduation Committee. BYU 1961. [Note: myrnalonghurst@arczip.com is not receiving mail.] @ June 2008

Loveless, Connie
1525 Quail Run Dr.
Lewiston, Idaho 83501-5600 US

Connie Robison
  • Work: (208) 743-9297

Class of 1957. Connie Loveless. Pep Club. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents: Elwood (Ned) Loveless and Grace Barnett Loveless. Their children included: Elaine Loveless Fraley; Ray "E" Loveless (Evelyn Warner), Salt Lake City; Connie Loveless [BYH Class of 1957] Robison, Lewiston, Idaho; and Marian Loveless Douglas, Spanish Fork, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ Connie married John Robison. [Note: crobison@lewiston.com is not receiving mail.] @ June 2008

Luke, Virginia Beth

Luke, Virginia Beth
Seattle, Washington US

Virginia and Jack Fenswick

Class of 1957. Virginia Luke. Debate Region, Radio Speaking, Childrens Theater, Pep Club, Notre Maison President, Thespians, Chorus, Model U.N. She married Jack Fenswick. ~ ~ ~ ~ Virginia Beth Luke was born on October 22, 1939 in Anchorage, Alaska. Her parents were Theron Howard Luke and Zelda Louise Morley Luke. She died on March 16, 1994 in Seattle, Washington. ~ ~ ~ ~ A TRIBUTE: Virginia Beth Luke Fenswick, born on October 22, 1939, and died on March 16, 1994. Virginia was born in Anchorage, Alaska, where her parents had gone on an adventure (there were no jobs to be had in Utah in the mid-1930’s). Upon returning to Utah, the family settled in Provo, where Virginia attended Joaquin Elementary School (now a school of the past), Farrer Junior High School, and then spent three happy years at BY High School, graduating in 1957. There she was an enthusiastic member of several clubs and was known as a good friend to many of her classmates. Eventually, she made her way to Seattle, Washington where she found a place that spoke to her soul. She was one of the first non-native women to fish the waters of Bristol Bay, Alaska, known as “the place where the sea breaks its back”. She fished as a gill-netter alongside her husband, Jack Fenswick, with whom she raised three children and two step-children. As her children grew, her home was always open to their friends who might be in need of a welcoming haven. One young man in particular stayed on and remains a member of the family to this day. She eventually put herself through college, graduating cum laude with a degree in accounting, then took a job with one of the “big eight” accounting firms in the country, then known as Peat, Marwick, and Mitchell. During this time she was also passionately active in the movement for women’s rights, and worked in many advocacy groups for women. The greatest gift she gave her children was the passing on of her own love of adventure. Her sons and daughters learned from her to value life experiences above material things. They fondly recall everything from picnics and camping excursions, to exploring the pyramids of Mexico, and the temples of Japan, with their mother, Virginia. Her laughter and love of life live on in the memories of her family. [Written in memory of Virginia, by her sister, Barbara Luke, in February 2007]

Macdonald, Odynne
454 E Macdonald Lane
Blanding, Utah 84511-2059 US

Odynne Macdonald
  • Work: (435) 678-3201

Class of 1957. Odynne Macdonald [not Odyne, not McDonald or MacDonald]. Her parents: Oden A. Macdonald and Sadie Taylor Macdonald, married on December 30, 1931 in Carrizal Chihuahua, Mexico. They had three children: Jessie Del Macdonald (Keith) Clawson, of Salt Lake City; Odynne Macdonald [BYH Class of 1957], Blanding, Utah; and Taylor Macdonald (Kathy), Highland, Utah. @2001

Mathews, Karen
1768 E. 280 N. %23144
St. George, Utah 84790-2451 US

Karen [and Lars] Andelin
  • Work: (435) 628-0654

Class of 1957. Karen Mathews [not Matthews]. All-School Play, French Club, Chorus, Senior Hop Committee, Graduation Committee. [Listed in 1957 Wildcat yearbook under both Matthews and Mathews.] BYU 1957. Married Lars Linwood Andelin, the son of Wilford Herman Andelin and Olga Helena Larsson. Lars is now deceased [1940, SLC, Utah ~ 2003, Anaheim, California]

Moon, Elaine

Moon, Elaine
Lindon, Utah US

Elaine & Lowell/Ken Lowry / McMillan

Class of 1957. Elaine Moon. Junior Prom Committee, Graduation Committee. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Elaine Moon Lowry McMillan, age 56, of Lindon, Utah, passed away November 18, 1995, due to colon cancer. Born March 18, 1939 in Roosevelt, Utah, to J. Willis and Pearl Moon, the first of seven children. An active member of the LDS Church, she served in many positions in each of the auxiliaries of the church. She first married Lowell Lowry in the Salt Lake Temple, December 19, 1957. She was preceded in death by Lowell Lowry, September 13, 1980, and a granddaughter, Rachel Elaine Davis. She worked at Dr. Richard Parkinson's office, then at the BYU Law School, until she married Kenneth McMillan in the Provo Temple, August 7, 1992. Together they served a mission on Staten Island in New York South Mission. She is survived by her parents, J. Willis and Pearl Moon, of Provo; husband, Kenneth McMillan, of Lindon; children, Tamara and Duane Davis, of Draper; Mark and Trisha Lowry, of West Valley City; Bruce and Patti Lowry, of Lehi; Brian and Coreen Lowry, of Hornell, New York; and stepchildren, Carl and Linda McMillan, of South Jordan; Jerry and Lisa McMillan, of Granbury, Texas; Christie and John Michael Berg, of Orem; Michael and Sharon McMillan, of Lindon, and 30 grandchildren. Funeral services were held Wednesday, November 22, 1995 in Lindon, Utah. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. [Deseret News, Monday, November 20, 1995.]

Morrill, David G.
1102 Hicrest Road
Glendora, California 91741 US

Dave and Sherry Morrill
  • Cell: (626) 252-0725
  • Home: (626) 334-7345

Class of 1957. David G. Morrill. 1957 Student Body Social Chair. 1956 Student Body Speech Manager. Football, Track, Childrens Theater, Legislative Forum Region, Ski Club, Dave Club, Chorus, I Speak for Democracy, Model U.N., Junior Prom Committee, Senior Hop Committee, Graduation Committee. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU 1961. He married Sherry, and they have 6 children, and 13 grandchildren. David is the President of California Pools, Inc. @2010 ~ ~ ~ ~ Alternate email: dgmorrill@gmail.com, davemorrill@californiapools.com ~ ~ ~ ~ Still working. California house on the market and when it sells we will be moving back to Utah. @July 2010

Muhlestein, Richard D.
1187 E. Raymond Road
Fruit Heights, Utah 84037-2251 US

Richard and MarJean Muhlestein
  • Work: 801-544-1739

Class of 1957. Richard Muhlestein. Debate Region, Interpretive Speech, Childrens Theater, Chorus, Exchange Assembly, Senior Hop Committee, Graduation Committee. BYU BA Germanic Languages 1967. He married MarJean.

Muirhead, John, III
PO Box 606
Frisco, Colorado 80443-0606 US

John and Barbara Muirhead
  • Work: (970) 668-3296

Class of 1957. John Muirhead. Football, Baseball, Wrestling, Lettermen, Spanish Club, Ski Club, Chorus, Model U.N., Graduation Committee. BYU BS Geology 1969. He married Barbara.

Murdock, Larry [Jon Larry]
6931 South 775 East
Midvale, Utah 84107 US

Larry and Romanie Murdock
  • Cell: 385-227-1122

Class of 1957. Larry Murdock. Oratory State, Interpretive Speech, Honorable Mention Little Louvre Art Exhibit, Childrens Theater, Thespians, Band. He married Romanie. Jon Larry Murdock is the son of John Ree Murdock and Maxine Lewis Murdock. Larry retired in January 2008. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents were John R. Murdock and Dr. Maxine Lewis Murdock. They both died in 2002. Their children: Jon Larry Murdock (BYH Class of 1957), Chad Lewis Murdock (BYH Class of 1968) and Mala Ree (Molly) Murdock (BYH Class 1974), wife of Thomas A. Broadbent. Larry served in the Canadian Mission from 1960 to 1962, under President Thomas S. Monson. Larry married Romanie Neyan Rex in 1968 in Salt Lake City. Their children: Larra Elena Murdock, and Jennifer Lauren Murdock. Romanie’s parents: Lauren Williard Rex (died in 1987) and Gwendolyn Kathleen Derr (died in 1999). In 1964 Larry earned from BYU a 2-year technical certificate in Genealogy Technology, and a B.S. in Anthropology with a minor in Library Science. In 1965 he received an A.M.L.S. in Library Science from the University of Michigan. In 1975 he earned a second masters degree (in Geography) from BYU. His thesis is titled: “The Image of Provo, Utah, as Seen Through the Perceptions of its Residents.” Larry began his professional library career in 1965 as a reference librarian at the University of Washington in Seattle. From 1967 to 1968 he was at the University of Utah as Assistant Social Science Librarian. From 1968 to 1976 he worked at BYU primarily as the Documents and Map Librarian. He moved east to work in Baltimore, Maryland, at The Johns Hopkins University as Government Publications Librarian, from 1976 to 1978. Employment then took him south to Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas. Between 1978 and 1987 he headed the library departments of government documents, social science reference, information services (reference) and served as Head of Public Services. He headed to the Midwest in 1987 and worked for six years in Indiana, at Purdue University, as Government Publications Coordinator. He returned to the west in 1993, to work in Pocatello at the Idaho State University Library. He has had top management positions, and beginning in 1998 served as Associate University Librarian for Public Services, from which position he retired in January 2008. @2007 ~ ~ ~ ~ I thought that I should send the website some update information: My wife and I served a 2-year Family and Church History Mission in Salt Lake City. ~ ~ ~ ~ We have recently moved to a condo in Midvale, Utah. @2013 ~ ~ ~ ~ Alternate email: lar68rom@gmail.com

Nelson, Larry
475 South 300 East
Payson, Utah 84651 US

Larry and Kris Nelson
  • Work: 801-288-2347

Class of 1957. Larry Nelson. Student Body Speech Manager. Football, Children's Theater, State Industrial Arts Award, Boys State, Model U.N., Soph Ball Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Hop Committee, Graduation Committee. He married Kris. [Note: email sent to amdreska@uvsc.edu is being returned because of incorrect address.] @2007

Nielsen, Linda Mae

Nielsen, Linda Mae
455 East Adaley Avenue
Murray, Utah 84107-6563 US

Linda and Earl Jackson
  • Work: (801) 288-2347

Class of 1957. Linda Mae Nielsen. Varsity Cheerleader. Junior Class Social Chair, Debate Region, Legislative Forum Region, Dramatic Reading State, Childrens Theater, Pep Club, Notre Maison, Thespians, Banner Carrier, Chorus, I Speak for Democracy, Model U.N., Poetry Contest Superior, Commercial Contest Award, Exchange Assembly, Soph Ball Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Hop Committee, Graduation Committee. Married to Dr. Earl K. Jackson, also BYH Class of 1957. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER HUSBAND'S OBITUARY: Our beloved husband, father, and grandfather, Earl Kenneth Jackson, age 80, passed away peacefully at Jamestown Assisted Living in Provo, Utah on September 14, 2019, due to incidence of age. Despite the heavy hand of time affecting his body, he remained dedicated to his family and a faithful servant of the Lord. Earl was born on March 17, 1939 in Provo, to Orrin Henry Jackson and Rilla Jacobson. He attended the Provo City Public Schools and graduated from BY High School in the Class of 1957. He was awarded a BYU scholarship and graduated with a degree in Botany. During his time at BYU, he also dedicated two-and-a-half years to serve an honorable mission in Helsinki, Finland. Earl then married his high school sweetheart, Linda Mae Nielsen, also BYH Class of 1957, on June 7, 1962 in the Salt Lake Temple. He and Linda were blessed with four children. While raising a family, Earl continued his education with a three-year NASA Fellowship studying Plant Physiology at Oregon State University, earning him a Ph.D. Degree and completed a two-year Post-Doctorate at the E. I. DuPont Co. He traveled internationally over the next six years of work, then developed and patented agricultural products. He published several scientific papers and was the first Ph.D. regional extension agent in Utah. In semi-retirement, Earl and Linda returned to Utah. Earl worked for Utah State University in the Salt Lake Extension office. He was a successful research scientist and professor at USU; BYU’s Salt Lake Center needed an experienced biology professor as well, and Earl gladly accepted the position. He was granted a three-year water conservation program for Utah. Teaching and being a professor, though, was by far his favorite job. Earl was grateful for the gospel of Jesus Christ and His atonement. He was a faithful member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints his entire life. He loved serving the Savior and the Church, and served valiantly in every calling which included two bishoprics, two high councils, stake Sunday school president, and his favorite, gospel doctrine teacher. Earl had a great love for horses and the out-of-doors that he shared with his family. He will be missed every day, but his family is grateful he has exchanged his earthly burdens for his heavenly home. His family is eternally blessed to have a faithful Patriarch that loved them and set a stalwart example of following the Lord and relying on His atonement. Earl is survived by his wife, Linda; sons, Robert E. (Kris) of Orem, Utah, Jeffrey L. (Susan) of Medina, Ohio, and Richard O. (Julie) of Issaquah, Washington; daughter, Susan R, (Mario) Gonzales of Provo, Utah; brothers, Russell H. (Connie) of Tigard, Oregon and Byron R. (Nancy) of Peoria, Arizona; sister, Anne (Bill) Slater of Lake Stevens, Washington; along with 23 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m., Saturday, September 21, 2019 at the Oak Hills Stake Center located at 925 North Temple Drive, Provo, Utah. To celebrate his life, viewings will be held Friday, September 20 from 6-8 p.m. at the Berg Mortuary of Provo, 185 East Center Street, and at the church Saturday from 9:30-10:45 a.m. prior to services. Interment will be in the Provo City Cemetery. Condolences may be expressed at www.bergmortuary.com. [Provo Daily Herald, September 17, 2019]

Nielsen, Mary Inez (1957)
7065 Plumber Way
North Highlands, California 95660-3447 US

Mary and Jerry Martin
  • Work: (916) 331-1145

Class of 1957. Mary Inez Nielsen. Dramatic Reading. Married Jerry Martin. --@2001

Norton, DeRay
PO Box 1700
Redway, California 85560 US

DeRay Norton
  • Work: 530-926-3400
  • Cell: 530-859-1111
  • Home: 530-926-0070

Class of 1957. DeRay Norton. Senior Class Social Chair. Football, Basketball, Track, Lettermen President, Athletic Manager, Spanish Club President, Soph Ball Committee, Senior Hop Committee, Graduation Committee. ~ ~ ~ ~ Alternate address: Deray Norton, 19305 Carrick Ave, Weed, CA 96094-9726 - (530) 926-3400. @2009

Oldroyd, Hannah Louise
4673 Dogwood Avenue
Seal Beach, California 90740-3001 US

Hannah and Arlo Jorgensen
  • Home: (562) 596-7393

Class of 1957. Hannah Oldroyd. Varsity Cheerleader. Oratory, Pep Club, Notre Maison, Ski Club, Chorus, Soph Ball Committee, Senior Hop Committee, Graduation Committee. BYU BS Business Education & Administrative Management 1961. Married Arlo G. Jorgensen. Her Parents: William Victor Oldroyd, Sr., BYH Class of 1929, and Hannah Reynolds Oldroyd, married in January of 1933 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They had four sons and four daughters: William Victor Oldroyd [BYH Class of 1951] (Joyce) of Provo; Esther Oldroyd [BYH Class of 1953] (Gerald) Denkers of Buena Park, California; Mark Thomas Oldroyd (Virginia) of Kailua-Kona, Hawaii; Hannah Louise Oldroyd [BYH Class of 1957] (Arlo) Jorgensen of Seal Beach, California; Nancy Oldroyd [BYH Class of 1959] (Richard) Kowallis of Cypress, California; Allen Kent (Anna) of Fairfield, California; Sue Oldroyd [BYH Class of 1969] (Terry) Pyne of Orem; and Robert Oldroyd [BYH Class of 1970s] (Susan) of Provo. @2010

Payne, Shermin Duane

Payne, Shermin Duane
West Jordan, Utah US

Sherm and DeAnn Payne

Class of 1957. Shermin D. Payne. Football, Wrestling, Debate Region, Legislative Forum Region, Seminary Play, Childrens Theater, Thespians, Exchange Assembly. Shermin Duane Payne died December 28, 2002. His parents: Harry Berthel Payne, Sr. and LaRetta Moon Payne [she graduated from BYA, abt 1927?]. Their children: Lawrence Payne, BYH Class of 1955; Shermin Payne, BYH Class of 1957; Harry Berthel Payne, Jr., BYH Class of 1960; A. Edward Payne, BYH Class of 1962~H; and Maralyn Payne Harmston. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Shermin was born Provo, Utah. Attended school at Joaquin Elementary, Farrer Jr. High, BYU High School, and Brigham Young University. Delivered newspapers for the Provo Daily Herald from age 10 to 15. At fifteen went to work for his Uncle LaVon on his farm in Benjamin, Utah. In addition to the farm, he worked for State Farm Insurance Company and was gone a good deal of the time. He taught Shermin to plow with a tractor and with a work horse. Shermin planted seed, dug ditches, built and mended fences, and irrigated. He helped train his horses. In general he did all of the things necessary for operating the farm. He learned to enjoy farm work, especially when he got to ride horses. He lived at his uncles's farm in a small cabin and grew to love LaVon and Addie as they treated him like he was part of their family. Shermin worked for him for three years. At sixteen he began dating DeAnn Goode. They dated for about one and a half years until she graduated. Shermin asked her to marry him on the day of her graduation. They were married the following July 18, 1958. Shermin had a large strawberry birth mark on his left cheek. He didn't mind, but his mother shed tears over it often. In 1980, while serving a mission as a tour guide on Temple Square, a lady doctor saw his birth mark. She suggested that he come to San Francisco, where she could remove it with laser surgery. He still didn't care about it. "It was me and that's all there was to it." Then she told him that it would likely become cancerous sometime after he turned 50 years old. He thought about it for a few weeks, then heard that the University of Utah Hospital was doing laser surgery. He inquired and the arrangements were made; they were able to remove about 90 percent of it. Shermin and DeAnn were married and sealed in the Manti Temple. They had nine children (seven sons and two daughters). They are: Jeffery Duane, Brian David, Teresa Lynn, Craig Anthony, Mark Andrew, Alan Shermin, Daniel Lance, Kevin Spencer and KristiAnn. All of the boys have served missions. The family has lived in Provo, Moab, Murray, Orem, American Fork and Lehi. In 1981, DeAnn became ill with cancer. Five years later, the doctors have declared that DeAnn is officially cured. In 1970, Shermin was in a serious accident North of American Fork on the Alpine highway. He still has serious side effects from that accident. Before taking medical retirement in 1992, Shermin worked as Marketing Director and Business Manager for Zions Securities with major responsibilities in Hawaii. He also served as assistant to the President. Interment, American Fork Cemetery. OBITUARY FOR WIFE: DeAnn Goode Payne, age 63, passed away on January 9, 2004 after many years of valiantly battling cancer. She was born October 29, 1940 in American Fork to Ferrin M. and Florence Jensen Goode. She married Shermin D. Payne in the Manti LDS Temple on July 18, 1958. DeAnn is survived by two daughters and seven sons: Jeff (Lori) Payne, Heber; Brian (Jill) Payne, Centerville; Teresa (Dean), Kent, WA; Craig (Natalie) Payne, Kaysville; Mark (Joie) Payne, Henderson, NV; Alan Payne, Bountiful; Daniel (Lisa) Payne, League City, TX; Kevin (Shelley) Payne, Layton; KristiAnn (Eric) Johnson, West Valley City; 27 grandchildren; sister, Karen Brower; brother, Richard Goode. Preceded in death by her husband, Shermin; father and mother; sister, Marilyn Goode, and brother, Merlin Goode. Funeral services were held Thursday, January 15, 2004, West Jordan, Utah. Interment: American Fork Cemetery. [Deseret News, Sunday, January 11, 2004]

Payton, LaMar [Wilbur LaMar]
2512 E 1900 N
Layton, Utah 84040-7859 US

LaMar and LaRee Payton
  • Work: (801) 546-3910

Class of 1957. LaMar Payton [Wilbur LaMar Payton]. He married LaRee Gardner.

Peterson, Joan [Ida Joan]

Peterson, Joan [Ida Joan]
[Temporarily in Mexico]
1215 Canyon Springs Rd, PO Box 312
Springdale, Utah 84767 US

Joan and Byron Fisher
  • Work: 435-772-5666; 435-772-9660
  • Cell: 435-632-8774
  • Home: 435-772-0555

Class of 1957. Ida Joan Peterson. Varsity Cheerleader. Debate Region, Legislative Forum State, Soph Cheerleader, Dramatic Reading, Childrens Theater, School Play, Spanish Club President, Pep Club, Notre Maison, Ski Club President, Thespians, Chorus, Girls State, I Speak for Democracy, Model U.N., Soph Ball Committee, Senior Hop Committee, Graduation Committee. In 1960, Ida Joan Peterson married M. Byron Fisher, BYH Class of 1955, and they have five children: Debra, Michael, Janae, Shair and Peter. Her parents: Charles Eric "Chuck" Peterson of Ogden, Utah, and Harriet May Robison, married in 1935 in Chicago, Illinois. Owned and operated Chuck Peterson Motors, Provo, Utah, served as an exemplary civic leader. Their children: Charles Eric "Charlie" Peterson (Jan) [BYH Class of 1954] of Montrose, Colorado; Ida Joan Peterson [BYH Class of 1957] (Byron) Fisher of Springdale, Utah; Kent Davis Peterson [BYH Class of 1963] (Diane) of St. George, Utah; and Steven James Peterson [BYH Class of 1967] (Kathy) of Ephraim, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ The Fishers are in Mexico City serving an LDS mission until September 2008. @2007 Alternate email for Joan. Alt Email2: cfisherjr@aol.com @2010

Porter, Blaine D.
336 Dewey Avenue
Grafton, West Virginia 26354 US

Blaine Porter
  • Work: (304) 265-5542

Class of 1957. Blaine D. Porter. Extemporaneous Speaking State, Childrens Theater, Humorous Story Region, Retold Story State, Quill & Scroll, Thespian Vice President, Y'ld Cat Newspaper Photographer, Chorus, School Play. BYU BS 1963. US State Department, Economic Policy post in Hong Kong, 1994. Exhibitor of photographs in Gallery 62, Grafton, West Virginia. ~ ~ ~ ~ Email sent to BlaineDell@aol.com bounced back. @2010

Rapley, Malcolm John Charles

Rapley, Malcolm John Charles
Alberta, Canada CA

Malcolm Rapley

Class of 1957. Malcolm Rapley. Football, Wrestling, Lettermen. Malcolm John Charles Rapley was born on September 12, 1938 in Leytonstone, Essex, England. His parents were John Edward Rapley and Gladys Ellwood Rapley. He worked in accounting and was designated as a CMA. He died on May 20, 2002 in Alberta, Canada.

Redd, Robert Byron

Redd, Robert Byron
4271 Vintage Drive
Provo, Utah 84604-5669 US

Robert & Mary Allen Redd
  • Work: (801) 222-9990

Class of 1957. Robert Redd. Student Body Speech Manager. Football, Wrestling, Legislative Forum State, Humorous Reading, Thespians, Wildcat Yearbook Business Manager, Band, Model U.N., Exchange Assembly, Seminary Play, Soph Ball Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Graduation Committee, Pep Band. BYU BS Agricultural Economics 1992. Robert Byron Redd married Mary Allen, BYH Class of 1957. His 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. @2005 ~ ~ ~ ~
The Cowboy and the Cheerleader. He came to BY High School from a southern Utah ranch. Blue eyes and a cowboy hat. She was a cheerleader, leaping and thumping, hollering a cheer familiar in those days, "Hold that line." Over in 250A he did not glide out on the dance floor, where Gordon Bullock dipped amazingly. In College Hall when the lights shone on the stage, our cowboy didn't stride out there. He was the one up in the rafters making the lights work. She did notice that downstairs by the rattling lockers he was the one making others laugh. And he was awfully handsome. Maybe he could be taught to dance, she thought. He fetched her for the prom in a pickup truck, bringing a sagebrush corsage. That summer he sent a letter from his ranch, enclosing a horny toad. They went camping, and he made fire out of rocks. He could fix anything with his strong hands, hands that were gentle when they touched. But she was a proud sixteen. No man touched her lips. Then one night in a bus station in Monticello, under his desert stars, the cowboy kissed her with his soft lips. It meant forever, although they didn't know that then. They went their diverse ways, the cheerleader cartwheeling off to a life in the East, the cowboy riding back to his red rock ranch. For twenty-two years they did not meet. She had long given up cheerleading, seeing her BY High days as dust. The school buildings crumbled, glass in shards, gone to the dogs. Then something happened. Brave souls wouldn't allow such a death, willing to be chained in front of a bulldozer first. And the cowboy went to find the cheerleader. She was there. Who was this gentleman in cowboy boots? But the blue eyes. The smile. It was that sexy cowboy. A friend from long ago. They now live up the street from Academy Square, with its polished windows, Internet hookups, a world of cyberspace unimaginable once. Yet the same walls stand. The red roof is restored. And the beehive out front surely remembers students gathering there, a cheerleader swinging her legs from the edge, eating a cone from University Dairy, noticing the boy from southern Utah, thinking he would be nice to know. By Mary Allen Redd, BYH Class of 1957, Provo. [Provo Daily Herald, September 7, 2001.]

Redd, Verna
304 Badger St.
Fairbanks, Alaska 99701 US

Verna and Allen Fleming
  • Work: (Seasonal)
  • Home: (520) 841-2913 (Anytime)

Class of 1957. Verna Redd. Spanish Club, Notre Maison. BYU BA 1961. ~ ~ ~ ~ Work Telephones: (907) 452-1100 [Summer]; (520) 377-8488 (Winter - Nov. 1 - May. 1). She married Allen Fleming. She and her husband run a Bed and Breakfast, Downtown Log Cabin Hideaway, in Fairbanks, Alaska. Hosts Allen and Verna are both retired teachers. They have lived in the Fairbanks community since 1975. Allen worked on the pipeline during the construction and has many stories about that. Verna cooks a great all-you-can-eat breakfast. They love to visit and brag about Alaska. They can help plan and suggest some of the sights in the area for a day of sightseeing.

Richman, Dean
994 Deborah Drive
Bountiful, Utah 84010 US

Dean and Peggy Richman
  • Work: 801-292-0633

Class of 1957. Dean Richman. Football, Lettermen. He married Peggy.

Riggs, Milton H.
2250 E. Pinecreek Circle
Sandy, Utah 84093 US

Milton and Charman Riggs
  • Work: (801) 453-0340

Class of 1957. Library Staff. Milton H. Riggs, MBA 1982. He married Charman.

Ross, David Loofbourow

Ross, David Loofbourow

Dave Ross

Class of 1957. David Ross. Track, Childrens Theater, Spanish Club President, Ski Club, Dave Club President, Model U.N., Beard Growing Contest 1st Place, Preferred Man, Junior Prom Committee, Graduation Committee. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: David (Dave) Loofbourow Ross, 67. Our beloved father, brother, grandfather, and uncle passed away on Sunday, October 8, 2006. He is preceded in death by his parents, Marion Ross and Jessie Ross, and is survived by his sister, Marilyn Ross Kirkpatrick and her husband Bob Kirkpatrick, and by his brother, Stephen Ross. Daughters SanJuana Mitchell, Marcela Flores and husband Jorge, Terri Molinar, Marilyn Hernandez and husband Alfredo, Roxanne Ross, and sons Stephen and Robert Ross. Grandchildren: Edna Mitchell, Sandra Montenegro and husband Jose, Fabian Flores, Maritza Molinar, Hazel Lawrence and husband Edwin, Jorge Isaac Flores, Anthony Molinar, Marilyn Corona, Cassandra Flores, Sebastian Hernandez, Robert Ross Jr., Jacob and Mercedes Ross. Three nephews: Ross and Scott Kirkpatrick, and Mark Ross. Three nieces: Joanne, Kathy and Judy Ross. Three great grandchildren: Alaysha and Leana Lawrence and Michael Hernandez. A graveside service was held on Thursday, October 12, 2006 at Fort Bliss National Cemetery. Honorary pallbearers: Robert Ross, Alfredo Hernandez, Jorge Flores, Fabian Flores, Jorge Isaac Flores, Anthony Molinar, Jose Montenegro, and Edwin Lawrence. His family suggested donations in his memory to the Morris Lee & Beulah Children's Home. [Directed by Crestview Funeral Home, (915) 856-1400 - 1462 N. Zaragoza Rd, El Paso, Texas.] Crestview Funeral Home, 856-1400, 1462 Zaragoza Here's the quote from the '57 yearbook. "Try not to forget the Silver Streak because it's as much a part of me as my hand. They'll have to dig a grave next to mine just for it."

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