Class of 1954 H.S.

Class of 1954 H.S.'s Website

Alphabetical Alumni

Allen, Barbara (1954)
3535 N. 160 W.
Provo, Utah 84604 US

Barbara Allen

Class of 1954. Barbara Allen. Senior Class Social Chair. Chorus, Chorus Accompanist, Soph Class Social Chair, Fauvines, French Club, Notre Maison, Ski Club. @2001

Allred, Carol

Allred, Carol
Frederick, Maryland US

Carol and Vern Bean

Class of 1954. Carol Allred. Senior Class Secretary. Chorus, Chorus Accompanist, Fauvines, House of Representatives, Quill & Scroll, Children's Theater, Thespians, Type Team, Y'ld Cat Newspaper Feature Editor. Married Vern Bean. Brother & sisters: Forrest Rich Allred [BYH Class of 1948], Joye Allred [BYH Class of 1949], and Carol Allred [BYH Class of 1954]. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Carol Allred Bean, 83, of Walkersville, Maryland, returned home to her Heavenly Father on Thursday, November 8, 2018. She was born September 27, 1935 in Provo, Utah to Theras Orson and Florence Rheuamah (Porter) Allred, the youngest of 13 children. She graduated from Brigham Young High School in the Class of 1954. She then graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree in education. A lifelong member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, she left Provo in 1958 to serve as a full-time missionary in the South Australia Mission. While there she met another missionary who would become very important to her, Vern Ellis Bean. After they both returned home, they dated and became engaged. They were sealed for time and all eternity in the Manti Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on June 6, 1961. Carol raised four children, traveled the world with her husband, and lived her faith, serving as Relief Society President, Primary President, and counselor in the Young Women’s Presidency. She faithfully supported her husband as he served as a counselor and then a bishop for a total of 15 years. She was a respected and talented musician, teaching music at the Maryland School for the Deaf, and playing both organ and piano at church. She enjoyed volunteering in the TOPS Club, Frederick Chapter. She taught her children by her own example that true joy is found in service. Carol is survived by her husband, Vern, at home in Maryland, and her sisters: Elaine Hawkins of Mission Viejo, California and Joye Cluff (Rulon) of Provo, Utah. She is also survived by her four children: Gregory Bean (Donita) of Corning, New York; Scot Bean (Lisa) of Loveland, Colorado; Charis Duke (David) of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and Laura, at home in Maryland; and nine grandchildren, Emily Crandell (Adam), Jared Bean, Trevor Bean (Rachelle), Joshua Bean (MacKenzie), Sarah Knechtel (Wyatt), Spencer Bean, Catherine Streeter (Andrew), Benjamin Duke, and Sylvia Duke, and two great-grandchildren, Milo and Jack Streeter. Her funeral will be held Saturday, November 17, 2018 at 10 a.m. with a viewing at 9 a.m. at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1811 Latham Drive, Frederick, Maryland. Interment will be at Mount Olivet Cemetery immediately following. Flowers welcome at Keeney & Basford P.A. Funeral Home. [Provo Daily Herald, November 14, 2018]

Allred, Janice
3057 Navajo Lane
Provo, Utah 84604-4819 US

Janice and Boyd Datwyler
  • Work: (801) 374-1771

Class of 1954. Janice Allred. Band, Chorus, Fauvines, Notre Maison, Ski Club, Legislative Forum, Short Plays, Childrens Theater, Thespians, Wildcat Yearbook. Married Boyd D. Datwyler. --@2007

Anderson, Jarrett S.
505 E. Wilson
Glendale, California 91206 US

Jarrett & Marjorie Anderson

Class of 1954. Jarrett Anderson. Track, Lettermen Vice President, All State Athletics, Chorus President, All State Chorus, Band, Debate, Soph Class Social Chair, Legislative Forum All State, Graduation Committee Chair. He was born May 22, 1936 at Provo, Utah, Utah, the son of Elvin Anderson and Melba Scott Anderson. Married Marjorie Daw Hales, born February 22, 1936 at Logan, Cache, Utah the daughter of Heber Lee Hales and Lais Vernon Hales. Married January 10, 1958 at Logan, Utah. Their three daughters: 1. Caradawn Anderson; born February 10, 1963 at San Francisco, California. 2. Shannon Anderson; born October 18, 1965 at Glendale, California. 3. Camille Anderson; born February 2, 1969 at Glendale, California. Jarrett is the brother of Scott Anderson, BYH Class of 1961.

Ashton, Margaret
163 West 400 South
American Fork, Utah 84003-2652 US

Margaret & Don Morrill
  • Work: (801) 756-4463

Class of 1954. Margaret Ashton. Chorus, Fauvines, Shorthand Club, Childrens Theater, Thespians, Type Team, Shorthand Team, Wildcat Yearbook Copy Editor. Married Don L. Morrill. --@2007

Avery, Sue
654 East 1600 South
Orem, Utah 84097 US

Sue Swain
  • Work: (801) 225-5495

Class of 1954. Sue Avery. Wildcat Yearbook Editor, Band, All State Band, All State Orchestra, Chorus, Fauvines, Quill & Scroll, Senate, Student Council, Thespians, Type Team. Married _____ Swain. @2001

Baird, Kathleen
295 Stonehenge Dr
Providence, Utah 84332-9645 US

Kathleen and Roy Sneddon
  • Home: (435) 787-1107

Class of 1954. Kathleen Baird. All State Band, Band, Chorus, Fauvines, Girls State, Notre Maison, Legislative Forum All State, Debate, Childrens Theater, Thespians Vice President, Supreme Court. ~ ~ ~ ~ Married Roy V. Sneddon in 1957. Her parents: Orrin Randall Baird and Almira Eldredge Baird. Orrin and Almira 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. ~ ~ ~ ~ Kathleen graduated in Political Science from Utah State University; earned an MS from the University of Wisconsin in 1966. Taught ESL at the University of Nebraska; she and Roy taught English at South China University of Technology (SCUT), Guangzhou China with BYU. She and Roy have 11 children and now live in Providence, Utah. @2011

Baum, Ronald
3107 Tanglewood Drive
Layton, Utah 84040-7444 US

Ronald Baum
  • Work: (801) 546-0937

Class of 1954. Ronald Baum. Football, Band, Band President, All State Band, Thespians. @2001.

Berg, Maynard Carroll

Berg, Maynard Carroll
Provo, Utah US

Maynard & Dawn Berg

Class of 1954. Maynard Berg. French Club. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Maynard Carroll Berg, age 61, died April 15, 1998 at his home in Provo. He was born June 3, 1936 in Grand Junction, Colorado, to Caroll and Lorean (Felker) Berg. He married Dawn Marie Jensen November 19, 1971. She preceded him in death May 28, 1972. Also preceding him in death were his sister, Linda Lee Berg, his father, Carroll Berg, and his mother, Lorean (Felker) Berg. He is survived by his good friend, Opal Boyd, two step-sons, Todd Hunt, Payson; Dean Hunt, Salt Lake City; uncle, Regnal (Bud) Felker, cousins, Colleen McFarland, and Larry Fenn, Provo; several uncles, aunts, cousins, and many dear friends here in Utah and several other states. He loved people and made friends wherever he went. Maynard graduated from Brigham Young University High School in 1954. He worked at Bryce Canyon, and was an assistant manager at the Unitas and paramount theaters in high school and after graduating. He moved to Reno and became assistant loan manager in a bank there. He went into the Army in 1959 and was stationed in Puerto Rico. He was honorably discharged in May, 1961. He moved back to Provo and worked for Wasatch Mental Health for many years. His hobbies were theater, dance, design, and art. Graveside services were at the Provo City Cemetery, April 30, 1998. [Provo Daily Herald, April 27, 1998]

Bernadot, Pearl
6469 N Snowflake Drive
Flagstaff, Arizona 86004 US

Pearl Busch
  • Work: (928) 526-8035

Class of 1954. Pearl Bernadot. Band, National Honor Society. Married ____ Busch. @2007

Bernard, Graciela

Bernard, Graciela
Riverton, Utah US

Gracie and Clark Hoffman

Class of 1954. Graciela (Gracie) Bernard. Short Plays, Childrens Theater, Shorthand Club. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Wife and mother, Graciela Bernard Hoffman, died on October 17, 1999. She was born in El Yale, Oaxaca, Mexico on October 22, 1933 and was raised in Tierra Blanca, Vera Cruz, Mexico. At the age of 16, she attended Academy in Colonia Juarez in northern Mexico. Seeking to be with others of her faith, she attended Brigham Young High School in Provo, Utah, graduating in 1954. Her younger sister, Maria Cristina Bernard [Andersen], also attended BYH. Gracie then enrolled at Brigham Young University, where she studied for one year. She served an LDS mission to Southern Mexico from 1956 to 1958. Following her mission, she was employed as a translator in the LDS Church offices and attended LDS Business College. On January 20, 1961, she married Clark G. Hoffman in the Salt Lake Temple. They were blessed with four children to whom she was very devoted. Her highest priorities were always her family and her love of God. She was a gentle, clever lady who loved people and enjoyed sharing her sense of humor. She is loved by many for the joy she has brought into their lives. She is survived by Clark G. Hoffman; daughters, Grace Hoffman Andrews, Ann Hoffman, and Tina Hoffman; son, Clark H. Hoffman; sister, Maria Cristina Bernard Andersen; brother, Albert Bernard and three grandchildren. Funeral services were held on Friday, October 22, 1999 in Salt Lake City. [Published in Deseret News, Wednesday, October 20, 1999.]

Black, John C.
1550 North Stapley Dr Unit 46
Mesa, Arizona 85203-3710 US

John Black
  • Home: 480-969-1653

Class of 1954. John C. Black. BYU BS Industrial Education 1965. @2010

Booth, Gordon Dixon

Booth, Gordon Dixon
Ogden, Utah US

Gordon and June Booth

Class of 1954. Gordon D. Booth. French Club, Photography Club, Radio Physics Club Vice President, Debate, Childrens Theater, Spanish Club, Thespians. BYU BS Statistics 1963. @2010 ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Gordon Dixon Booth, age 78, of South Ogden, Utah, passed away peacefully at his home, surrounded by family, on January 13, 2015, of causes incident to dementia and age. Gordon was born on February 16, 1936, to Albert Warren and Vesta Dixon Booth in Provo, Utah. He grew up in Vallejo, California, and Provo, Utah, and attended Brigham Young Elementary, High, and University. He graduated from BYH in the Class of 1954, and from BYU in 1963. At BYU, Gordon met his lifelong and eternal companion, June Phoebe Erskine. After honorably serving an LDS Mexican Mission, Gordon and June were married and sealed in the Salt Lake LDS Temple on June 25, 1959. Together, they began their family in Provo, Utah, moving to Austin, Texas, and Idaho Falls, Idaho, before settling in Ames, Iowa, where he received a Ph.D. in Statistics and served as an LDS bishop. Gordon worked as a statistician for the USDA for 16 years before moving his family one last time to South Ogden, Utah, where he worked for the US Forest Service. After retiring, Gordon served a four-year church service mission as a data analyst. Later, Gordon and his beloved wife served as missionaries to the Polynesian Cultural Center in Laie, Hawaii. He also shared his love for family history through many classes and conferences. His parents preceded him in death. He is survived by his wife, June, of South Ogden, Utah; brother Gary (Carrie) of Orem, Utah; son David (Leslie) of Maple Grove, Minnesota; daughter Catherine (Terry) Roueche of Bountiful, Utah; son Stephen (Deidrien) of South Ogden, Utah; daughter Cynthia of South Ogden, Utah; son Michael (Sandra) of South Ogden, Utah; daughter Christianne (Randall) Jefferies of South Ogden, Utah; 26 grandchildren; and 7 great-grandchildren (and two on the way). Funeral services will be held on Saturday, January 17, 2015, at 10 am at the LDS chapel, 4955 Adams Avenue in South Ogden, Utah. A viewing will be held prior to the funeral services from 9-9:45 am or Friday evening from 6-8 pm at the chapel. A graveside service will be held at the Provo City Cemetery at 2:30 pm. In lieu of flowers, Gordon would like donations to go to the LDS Perpetual Education Fund in his honor. Condolences may be shared at [Deseret News, January 15, 2015] Source

Boulter, Vaughn
1209 Whitecap Lane
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73127 US

Vaughn Boulter

Class of 1954. Vaughn Boulter. Football, Band, Chorus. Married Vickie Fawcett. His parents: Ace Boulter and Emma Olpin Boulter, of Price, Utah. Their children included: A. Roy Boulter (Georgia Miner), of Provo, Utah; Ron Boulter, of Wyoming; and Vaughn Boulter, of Texas. @2002

Boyce, Barbara
261 Queensland Court
Lindon, Utah 84042 US

Barbara and James Garrison
  • Work: (801) 796-1428

Class of 1954. Barbara Boyce. Fauvines. BYU BA University Studies 1973. BYU Masters in Communications 1976. Married James Garrison. @2010

Brandley, Carmen Marian
1265 West 3000 North
Lehi, Utah 84043-4906 US

Carmen & Wallace Hamilton
  • Work: (801) 766-6698

Class of 1954. Carmen Brandley. Student Body Cheerleader, Fauvines, Notre Maison, Junior Class Social Chair, Shorthand Club, Short Plays, Childrens Theater, Thespians. Carmen's parents: Noel Brandley and Marian Proctor Brandley, married in September of 1934 in Cardston, Alberta, Canada. Marian's parents were Auer Proctor and Beatrice Proctor. The children of Noel and Marian Brandley include: Jaqueline Brandley [BYH Class of 1953] (Lynn) Swenson, Carmen Marian Brandley [BYH Class of 1954] (Wallace) Hamilton and Theodore (Beverly) Brandley. Carmen graduated from BYU BS Business Education & Administrative Management 1958. She married A. [Arthur] Wallace Hamilton. They have three daughters and three sons: Corinne Hamilton, Robert Wallace Hamilton, Daren Porter Hamilton, Bradley Stuart Hamilton, Jaqueline Hamilton, Erin Hamilton.

Brown, Geraldine
1307 North 1450 East
Provo, Utah 84604 US

Jeanine and Alan Morgan
  • Work: 801-374-1829

Class of 1954. Geraldine [Jeanine] Brown. Band, All State Band, BYU Orchestra. Geraldine = Jeanine. She married Alan R. Morgan.

Bryner, Conrad [L. Conrad] Jr.
185 E. 2950 N.
Provo, Utah 84604 US

Conrad Bryner
  • Home: 801-377-3897

Class of 1954. L. Conrad Bryner. Ski Club, Short Plays, Childrens Theater, Thespians, Wildcat Yearbook Photographer Editor, Y'ld Cat Newspaper Photographer Editor. @2010

Bullock, Gordon William

Bullock, Gordon William
Provo, Utah US

Gordon and Glenda Bullock

Class of 1954. Gordon W. Bullock. Basketball, Football, Track, Lettermen Club President, All State Chorus, Chorus. Enjoyed outstanding years at BYH, 1952-1954. ~ ~ ~ ~ His 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, Gordon went on to BYU where he hearned a BA in Communications & Business in 1961. He worked in radio broadcasting until 2000, then worked in real estate, associated with Darrell Bushnell (BYH Class of 1962). Wife: Glenda Glover of Provo. They have 7 children & 15 grandchildren. He made a one-hour video of "Lower Campus" (Academy Square) between 1997 and 2001, showing all of the buildings before the demolition and reconstruction. Perhaps there are others who would enjoy having a copy. ~ ~ ~ ~ OBITUARY: Gordon William Bullock. On July 15, 2006 our beloved husband, father, brother, uncle and grandfather passed away of a sudden heart attack at the age of 69. He was born February 10, 1937 in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada and spent most of his early life in Taber. He was the son of Mary Phyllis Robinson and A.K. "Lynn" Bullock. In 1949 he and his family moved to Provo, Utah where he resided until his passing. He graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1954. In March 1957, Gordon served a two-year British mission for the LDS Church. He then attended Brigham Young University graduating in 1961, with a degree in Radio and Television. His career included Bullock's Honda, Radio DJ & announcer at KEYY, KIXX and KRSN. He also served in the U.S. Air Force. From 1973-1980, he was the Manager and Executive Vice President of the Provo Chamber of Commerce. He was elected to serve on the Provo City Council from 1973-1979. He worked in sales at Camelot Marketing and since 1991 has been an agent at Century 21 Bushnell Real Estate. He married Peggy Marie Rutherford in 1959. They were the parents of four children. They were later divorced. He married Glenda Kay Wolsey on May 28, 1976 and their marriage was later solemnized in the Provo Temple on April 11, 1987. Music was always an important part of his life. While attending BYU he was in the student Program Bureau and performed with the Fred Loveless Band. It gave him great pleasure to perform for senior centers, funerals and other special events. He enjoyed doing community service and was involved with the Utah County Boys Club, Miss Provo Pageant, Miss Utah Pageant, as well as the March of Dimes. He was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served in many callings. He served in three Bishoprics, two High Councils and was serving as the High Priests Group Leader at the time of his death. He was a very supportive husband, father and grandfather whose encouragement, and enjoyment of life will be missed. Gordon is survived by his wife of 30 years, Glenda, his sister Joan Bullock (Pat) Richan, Step-Sister: Susan (Steve) Smith: son: Craig (Jeanne) Bullock, Daughters: Michelle Bullock (Roger) Chester, Paulette Bullock (Michael) Allen, Cheryl Bullock Finn; Step-Daughters: Keri (Scott) Syme, Jodi (McKay) Pearson, Keely (Wayne) Rogers, as well as 15 grandchildren. [Provo Daily Herald on July 18, 2006.] ~ ~ ~ ~ NEWS REPORT: Former Provo councilman dies at 69. By Katie Schmitt - Daily Herald. Former Provo councilman Gordon Bullock has sung at many funerals but now his tenor voice will be heard at his own. Glenda Bullock, his wife of 30 years, said Gordon's voice will sing out once more, but this time on tape, singing "Smile," "In the Garden" and "You'll Never Walk Alone." Bullock died on July 15 because of a sudden heart attack at the age of 69. He's survived by his wife, four children, three stepchildren and 15 grandchildren. His won't be the only voice singing at the services, though. "Our ward choir insisted on singing at his funeral," said Glenda, a member of the Provo Grandview 4th Ward. "They're leaving a space for him." Bullock sung in his ward choir as well as in several other choirs in the community. He served as the manager and executive vice president of the Provo Chamber of Commerce from 1973 to 1980 and was a member of the Provo Municipal Council from 1973 to 1979. Since 1991 he has been an agent at Century 21 Bushnell Real Estate. "He was very community-service oriented," Glenda said. "He took care of everyone but himself. It was just the kind of man he was." Glenda said he enjoyed being connected to the community and was involved in the Utah County Boys Club, Miss Provo Pageant and the Miss Utah Pageant. He was family oriented, too. Glenda said he was a very attentive man who loved his grandchildren. "He was a very special grandfather," she said. His son, Craig, said he was the most patient man he knew. -- [Provo Daily Herald, Wednesday, July 19, 2006.] @2006

Burningham, Earl Lewis

Burningham, Earl Lewis "Sonny"
Santaquin, Utah US

Earl and Dixie Burningham

Class of 1954. Earl Burningham. Chorus, Photography Club, Quill & Scroll President, Childrens Theater, Thespians, Yld Cat Sports Editor. BYU 1957. Married Dixie Forsyth, BYH Class of 1954. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: 1935-2016 Earl Lewis “Sonny” Burningham died September 17, 2016 in Payson, Utah. He was born March 11, 1935 in Provo, Utah to Ray and Jane Burningham. He graduated from B.Y. High in the Class of 1954, and married his high school sweetheart, Dixie Rae Forsyth, also Class of 1954, on December 10, 1954. Sonny and Dixie were sealed in the Manti LDS Temple on August 8, 1971. They have seven children: Scott (Joanie), Brad (deceased May 5, 1975), Tim (Jennie), Todd (Jessica), Shelly (Edward Wright), Kris (David Pattee), and Cindy (Michael Larsen). Sonny inherited the love of farming from his father. He enjoyed working with his four sons. His daughters loved riding along in the hay truck and singing songs with their Dad. He was a friend to all and was known for his sense of humor. Sonny served in the 145th Field Artillery Regiment of the Army National Guard. He also enjoyed many years as a Young Men and Boy Scout leader. He received a service award for his influence in the lives of young men in the community. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, September 21, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. in the Berg Drawing Room Chapel, 185 East Center Street, Provo, Utah. Friends may call on the family at the mortuary on Tuesday evening from 6 until 8, and on Wednesday morning from 10 until 10:50. Interment will be in the Provo City Cemetery. To send condolences to the family please visit Berg Mortuary – (801)373-1841. [Provo Daily Herald, Sunday, September 18, 2016]

Buttle, Alaire
425 45th Street
Brooklyn, New York 11220 US

Alaire Mitchell

Class of 1954. Alaire Buttle. Chorus, Fauvines Vice President, Oratory, Short Plays, Thespians, Childrens Theater, Graduation Committee. Married _____ Mitchell. Her parents: Leland (Lee) Buttle and Faye Jensen Buttle [BYH Faculty]. They had two children: Alaire Buttle Mitchell [BYH Class of 1954] of Brooklyn, New York, and Leland J. Buttle [BYH Class of 1960-Honorary], of Surfside, California. ~ ~ ~ ~ Alaire Mitchell, Former Assistant Director of Curriculum Research, New York City Board of Education. @2001

Campbell, Maurice Lewis [Bud]

Campbell, Maurice Lewis [Bud]
Murray, Utah US

Bud and Loa Campbell

Class of 1954. Maurice "Bud" Campbell. Football, Baseball, Track, Lettermen, Chorus, Assistant Librarian, French Club, Photography Club Vice President. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: "No man ever stands so straight as when he stoops to help a boy." ~Knights of Pythagoras
Maurice Lewis "Bud" Campbell, 78, passed away on July 30, 2015 in Murray, Utah due to complications from cancer. Bud was born August 24, 1936 to Maurice James Campbell and Sarah Dorothy Christensen Campbell in Grass Valley, California. He married Karen Martin on August 8, 1962. He later married Loa Mecham Schelin on January 12, 1994. Bud Campbell graduated from Brigham Young High School in the Class of 1954. In 1960, Bud graduated with a degree in education from Brigham Young University. In 1998, he retired after 38 years as an educator in Murray School District where he coached football, basketball, and baseball. He was proud that his teams brought home numerous trophies including District and State Championships. He also influenced Utah High School athletics through his work with the Utah Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (UIAAA). In December 2015, he will be inducted into the National Athletic Director's Hall of Fame, the highest honor achieved in the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (NIAAA). Through his service on UIAAA and NIAAA committees, he also formed lifelong friendships with wonderful colleagues. Bud was also involved in civic activities, including the Boy Scouts of America (BSA), where he served as a scoutmaster for over 30 years. He loved the opportunity to work with young men to help them become great men. During his years as a scoutmaster, he assisted numerous young men, and their mothers, to achieve the rank of Eagle Scout. One of his fondest memories was a court of honor during which twelve of his scouts received their Eagle Scout awards. In 1997, 1981, and 1985, he led troops from the Great Salt Lake Council to National Scout Jamborees. In 1986, he served as commissioner for troops from the Great Salt Lake Council attending the World Jamboree in Alberta, Canada. His dedication and service to the BSA was recognized with the Silver Beaver Award. In his spare time, Bud enjoyed hunting, fishing, skiing, and traveling with family and friends. No fishing trip was complete without Ding Dongs, Twizzlers, soda pop, and a good fishing story. He spent many hours in his little red boat creating lasting memories. Bud was preceded in death by his angel wife, Loa, and by his parents. He is survived by his children Jim (Judith) Campbell, Kay (Kent) Ellett, Tom (Kim) Campbell; 18 grandchildren; and by his sister, Margaret Jones. He is also survived by his loving and faithful dogs, Mollie and Nellie. The family would like to thank the Huntsman Cancer Institute, the Cascades at Riverwalk Rehabilitation Center, and Canyon Hospice for the kind and loving care provided to our father. Services will be held on Saturday, August 8, 2015, 1 pm, at the Little Cottonwood 16th Ward, 6350 S. Rodeo Lane, Murray, Utah, where friends and family may call two hours prior to services. Interment, Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. This complete obituary is also available online at [Deseret News, August 6 to August 7, 2015] Second Source & Video Photo Gallery ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS WIFE'S OBITUARY: Loa Mecham Schelin Campbell, 64, passed away on January 4, 2002 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Loa was born on October 25, 1937 to W. Lester Mecham and Esther Mecham in Ogden, Utah. She married Evan J. Schelin on April 18, 1958; later divorced. She married Maurice "Bud" Campbell on January 12, 1994 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. She was a Stake Primary President in the Holladay North Stake. She also served as a ward Primary president, and in Young Women's and Relief Society. She enjoyed the outdoors, fishing, traveling, music and theater. Her greatest joy was her grandchildren. She is survived by her husband, Maurice "Bud" Campbell; four sons and three daughters, Stefni (David) Durrant, Scott (Mary) Schelin, Steve (Yong Hee) Schelin, Stacy Schelin (Jason Sanders), Jim (Judith) Campbell, Kay (Kent) Ellett, Tom (Kim) Campbell; 16 grandchildren; and one brother, Dan Mecham. Preceded in death by her parents, W. Lester and Esther Mecham. Services were held on Wednesday, January 9, 2002 in the East Millcreek Stake Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. Interment, Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. [Deseret News, Sunday, January 6, 2002.] @2010

Chamberlain, Jeanette
1115 W. 400 S.
Orem, Utah 84058-5837 US

Jeanette and Donald Rawlings
  • Work: (801) 225-5344

Class of 1954. Jeanette Chamberlain. Chorus, Fauvines, Photography Club, Legislative Forum, Childrens Theater, Spanish Club, Thespians, Quill & Scroll, Yld Cat Newspaper. Married Donald B. Rawlings. Her brother, C. Kent Chamberlain, graduated from BYH in the Class of 1956. @2006

Clark, Cecil [D. Cecil] (1954)
768 East 2680 North
Provo, Utah 84604-4053 US

Cecil and Gaile Clark
  • Home: 801-375-0460

Class of 1954. Cecil Clark [D. Cecil Clark]. Football, Baseball, Tennis, Lettermen, Band, French Club President, Senate. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: Dr. DaCosta Clark, and Hazel Jean Cook Clark [BYU Laboratory Elementary Faculty]. Their children: Laura Clark (Lynn) Stewart of Logan, Utah; D. Cecil [BYH Class of 1954] and Gaile Clark of Provo, Utah; Mary Clark [BYH Class of 1958~H] (Larry) Gill; and David G. [BYH Class of 1963] and Lisa Clark of Denver, Colorado. ~ ~ ~ ~ Books Written By D. Cecil Clark: 1. Teaching: An Introduction, January, 1990. 2. Teaching like the Master: Getting beyond techniques, 1994. 3. Using Instructional Objectives in Teaching, December, 1972. 4. The Teacher Within: A Voyage of Discovery, 2000. 5. Trail Dust "Latigo Joe" by Cecil G. Clark & D. Taulbee, 1959. 5. Paradise Unrealized: Teacher Educators and the Costs and Benefits of School/University Partnerships.: An article from: Journal of Teacher Education, D. Cecil Clark, et. al., July 28, 2005. 6. Rethinking field experience: partnership teaching versus single-placement teaching.: An article from: Journal of Teacher Education, D. Cecil Clark, et. al., July 29, 2005. 7. Superphosphate: Its History, Chemistry, and Manufacture, D. Cecil Clark, et. al., 1964 8. Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory. Research, evaluation and development paper series, by D. Cecil Clark, 1975. ~ ~ ~ ~ Dr. D. Cecil Clark. @2010

Clarke, John Alva

Clarke, John Alva
Orem, Utah US

Jack and Marilyn Clarke

Class of 1954. Jack A. Clarke. Football, Basketball, Lettermen, Athletic Manager, All State Athletics, Band, Chorus, Childrens Theater. Son of BYH Principal A. John Clarke. He is the twin brother of Jill Clarke, also a member of the BYH Class of 1954. Married Marilyn. His parents: Alva John Clarke and Xarissa (Rissa) Merkley, married in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada in 1929. They had four daughters and one son: Margaret “Peg” Clarke Riley [BYH Class of 1949]; Sybil Clarke [BYH Class of 1952~Honorary] (Roger) Ferguson; Jill Clarke [BYH Class of 1954] (Alan) Harris; and Kathryn Clarke [BYH Class of 1961] (Paul) Williams. @2007 ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: John Alva "Jack" Clarke (1935 - 2018). - John Alva "Jack" Clarke passed away July 31, 2018 after being surrounded by his family. He was born November 27, 1935 to A. John and Xarissa Merkley Clarke in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, along with his twin sister, Jill. Jack and Jill joined two older sisters, Peg and Sybil, with Kathy coming along later to complete the family. As a child, Jack moved to Provo, Utah, where he grew up and attended Brigham Young High School. He graduated in the Class of 1954. He was a gifted athlete and recognized as an All-American football player. He attended BYU where he played football his freshman year. Then Jack was called to serve in the Western States LDS Mission, where he labored faithfully for two years. Upon his return, he met his sweetheart, Marilyn Tuckett. They were married in the Salt Lake Temple, September 25, 1958. After they both graduated from BYU, life took them to Ogden, Cedar City, Salt Lake City and Rexburg, Idaho. They spent their retirement years in Orem, Utah, making dear friends amongst their neighbors and ward members. Jack and Marilyn were the devoted parents of seven children. As their father, Jack's hallmark was encouraging his children to reach beyond what they thought might be possible. Jack worked for State Farm Insurance, Diet Center, Inc., and Ricks College. He also served his country in the National Guard. He will be remembered for his faithful service in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He served as bishop in three wards: Cedar City 1st, Rexburg 10th and Ricks College 42nd, and as a branch president at the Provo MTC. He was involved in mentoring young men through the Boy Scouts of America as Scoutmaster. He taught not only scouting skills, but also life lessons while sharing the gospel along the way. He saw many of his scouts advance to the rank of Eagle, and Jack was later recognized with the Silver Beaver Award. Jack was a true "people person." He loved getting to know people, forging friendships and then treasuring those relationships. When he talked to you there was always genuine interest. Strangers quickly became friends, usually from questions about where they were from, where they went to school, and making connections with the "Do you know . . .?" game. His teasing manner and warmth soon put people at ease. Jack was extremely generous with his time and with his means. He is survived by his children: Jennifer Sorensen, Kristen (Spencer) Kirk, Colette, Drew (Adrienne), James (Andrea) and Scott; 15 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren; sisters: Jill Harris and Kathy Williams. He was preceded in death by his wife, Marilyn; his son, Bryan; his son-in-law, Christian Sorensen; his parents and his sisters, Peg Riley and Sybil Ferguson. As a family, we express deep gratitude to his Good Shepherd caregivers who were angels in his time of need. We are also grateful Dad spent the past six months in the home of his daughter, Jennifer, and her daughter, Marissa, after the passing of our mother. We love you, Dad. The funeral service will be held Monday, August 6, 2018, at 11 a.m. at the Nelson Family Mortuary Chapel, 4780 N. University Avenue, Provo. Viewings will also be held at the mortuary Sunday, August 5th, from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. and Monday prior to the funeral service from 10:00 to 10:45 a.m. Interment, the American Fork Cemetery. To express condolences visit [Rexburg Idaho Standard Journal, August 3, 2018]

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