Class of 1966~Honorary

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Kirkman, John
6390 East Cedar Avenue
Denver, Colorado 80224-1019 US

John and Maria Kirkman
  • Work: (303) 355-5818
  • Home: (720) 941-0148
  • Fax: (303) 393-6499

Class of 1966 - Honorary Member. John Kirkman. Married Maria Valdes, Ph.D. His parents: James Julian Kirkman, Sr., and Eloise Kirkman. Their children: Sally Kirkman (Kent) Reimann [BYH Class of 1959]; Janet Eloise Kirkman (Gerald) Hixon [BYH Class of 1961]; James Julian Kirkman, Jr. [BYH Class of 1962]; John (Maria) Kirkman [BYH Class of 1966 ~ Honorary]; and Lee (Susie) Kirkman. @2006

Koralewski, Dan

Koralewski, Dan

Dan Koralewski

Class of 1966 - Honorary Member. Dan Koralewski. Dan passed away in 2004. His sister, Darlene Koralewsky Brown also attended BYH, and is an honorary member of the Class of 1965.

Lyman, Robyn
8925 E 10000 N
Tridell, Utah 84076 US

Robyn Lyman
  • Work: (435) 247-2428

Class of 1966 - Honorary Member.

McKnight, Ralph Gledhill
430 North 620 East
Mapleton, Utah 84664 US

Ralph McKnight
  • Work: 530-273-7284
  • Home: 530-432-8203

Class of 1966 - Honorary Member. Attended BYH, then graduated from Corvallis High School. Attended Oregon State University. Received BS from BYU. Since has attended three other colleges. Served in Ohio Mission (Northern Kentucky and West Virginia). Married Marianne Wilson of Mesa, Arizona, and they have two sons, three daughters, three grandchildren, and one on the way. Past work experience as a geochemist, assayer, consultant and precious metals refiner. Currently (since 1986) a senior chemist at Cranmer Engineering, Inc. of Grass Valley, California, a small water-testing laboratory. Expert in the preservation of family records, including photographs, journals, family histories, and genealogy (see website). Ralph also assists his wife in her writing and publishing business ( ~ ~ ~ Previous address: P.O. Box 2524, Grass Valley, California 95945.

Nelson, Boyd

Nelson, Boyd

Boyd Nelson

Class of 1966 - Honorary Member. Boyd Nelson is now deceased. ~ ~ ~ ~ IS THIS? Boyd Nelson, born September 12, 1948, died July 1, 1985 at age 36, in Provo, Utah?

Nibley, Stephen
78 S 300 E
Provo, Utah 84606-3201 US

Steve Nibley
  • Work: (801) 375-7175

Class of 1966 - Honorary Member. Stephen Nibley helped organize "Friends of Maeser," a non-profit group founded to take donations to save Maeser Elementary School in Provo, which was said to be the oldest operating school in Utah. The Provo City School District wrestled with a decision to tear down the 100-plus-year-old school if a new tenant wasn't found for the two-story building by July 2002. The building was vacated June 28, 2002, when workers moved the last pieces of furniture out of the school. Beginning in fall 2002, Maeser Elementary's student body moved into a new school in southeast Provo. In February 2005 the Provo City Council voted to change a city ordinance and finalize a deal that will save the historic Maeser School. The council authorized a new, unique zone for the block where the century-old school stands. The new zoning designation allows the Provo Housing Authority, a not-for-profit organization, to renovate the building for 32 senior housing apartments and to build 12 single-family homes in the school's park area. Neighborhood residents asked for an opportunity to purchase the park land to preserve it as open space, and the council agreed to create the zone with a provision for a park. "There's more to revitalization than new houses," resident Steve Nibley said. "It's very important to the quality of life to have parks." Housing authority director Doug Carlson said he was willing to hold off on the sale of the 12 lots for the homes for 45 days to give the neighbors a chance to raise funds and make a bid.

Parker, Joan

Joan Parker

Class of 1966 ~ Honorary. Joan was elected President of the Class of 1966 for the freshman class in 1962-63, but withdrew from school early in the year.

Paxman, Nancy
3016 Campbell Circle
Las Vegas, Nevada 89107 US

Nancy and Peter Thomas
  • Work: 702-878-1609

Class of 1966 - Honorary Member. Nancy Paxman. BYU BA Elementary Education 1971, artist, musician. The Thomases live in Las Vegas and Sun Valley, Idaho. Married Peter M. Thomas, attorney, in 1972. They have two sons and two daughters: David Thomas (deceased); Adam Thomas; Megan Thomas; and Lindsey Thomas. Parents of Nancy Thomas: Monroe J. Paxman and Shirley Paxman. ~ ~ ~ ~ Obituary: Son, David Peter Thomas, age 28, died in his sleep of heart failure on January 2, 2003. David was born November 25, 1974, in Fairfax, Virginia. He was married in the Salt Lake Temple to Natalie Anne Cole on June 20, 2002. David grew up in Las Vegas and graduated from Gorman High School as Valedictorian in 1993. He served two years as an LDS Missionary in Pueblo, Mexico. David graduated from the University of Utah in 1999 with a BS degree in Finance and a BA degree in Spanish. He attended his first year of law school at UNLV where he was appointed to Law Review. He transferred to the University of Utah School of Law, where as a 3rd year student he represented the school on the National Moot Court Team. He served as an intern to Utah Supreme Court Justice Michael J. Wilkins, and clerked for the firm of Jones Vargas in Las Vegas. David is described by his family and friends as a renaissance man, being accomplished in art, song writing, guitar, voice, and as an athlete in skiing, golf, and basketball. His greatest qualities were the deeper ones of high moral character, a caring heart, compassionate service, and an engaging sense of humor. To his wife, Natalie, he was a "true companion, best friend, and love of her life." [Deseret News, Saturday, January 4, 2003.] ~ ~ ~ ~ Nancy's parents: Monroe Paxman and Shirley Brockbank Paxman, married 1942. Monroe and Shirley Paxman had the following children: 1) John Monroe Paxman [BYH Class of 1962] born 25 Dec 1943. 2) Carolyn Paxman [BYH Class of 1963] born 28 Oct 1945. 3) David Brockbank Paxman born 31 Dec 1946. 4) Nancy Paxman [BYH Class of 1966~H] born 25 Jan 1948. 5) Annette Paxman [BYH Class of 1970] born 16 Jun 1952. 6) Mary Beth Paxman [BYH Class of 1972] born 29 April 1954. 7) Susan Kay Paxman [BYH Class of 1975] born 26 October 1956.

Petry, Anna

Anna Petry

Class of 1966 - Honorary Member

Riddle, Neil A.
264 East 4700 North
Provo, Utah 84604-5443 US

Neil and Elaine Riddle
  • Home: (801) 765-4399

Class of 1966 - Honorary Member. Neil Riddle. Went on to BYU a year early, skipping senior year at BY High. BYU BA History 1972. Married Margaret Elaine Owens, two children, including daughters, Laura and Becca.

Smith, Sharon Ruth

Sharon Smith

Class of 1966 - Honorary Member. Sharon Ruth Smith.

Tolboe, JoAnn

Tolboe, JoAnn
Peoa, Utah US

JoAnn and David Krajeski

Class of 1966 - Honorary Member. JoAnn Tolboe. Her parents: Kent Clifton Tolboe and Josephine Long Tolboe. Married David Krajeski. ~ ~ ~ ~ News Articles: South Summit resident JoAnn Tolboe Kresjeski apparently crashed while riding her road bicycle downhill on Brown’s Canyon Road, about a mile west of S.R. 32 in Peoa, on Saturday, July 26, 2008. She was found unconscious and was airlifted to a hospital in Salt Lake City, where she died. "The bicyclist was severely injured from what appeared to be an accident," a news release said. "This was not a bicycle vs. car, just a biking accident. The cyclist was wearing protective biking clothing and helmet at the time of the accident," according to authorities. JoAnne Krajeski is survived by her husband, David, and their two children. The Krajeskis are known for their support of many Park City arts organizations. A memorial service is being planned for later in the week. [Park City Record, July 27, 2008; Salt Lake Tribune, July 29, 2008.] ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: JoAnn Tolboe Krajeski, beloved wife and mother, passed into eternity Saturday, July 26, 2008. Never was a woman so devoted to her family and to life; she gave all of herself in all that she did. Her dedication and passion for the creative and performing arts touched the lives of many and profoundly enhanced the quality of the arts in Park City. Her affinity for plants and animals expressed a deep love and appreciation of life. She will be deeply missed by all who loved her and those who had the blessing of spending time with her. Now we wish her happiness and joy in being reunited with her mother, father, family and dear friends. JoAnn was born September 27, 1948 in Provo, Utah to Kent C. and Josephine L. Tolboe. She passed away as a result of a bicycling accident on July 26, 2008. She was educated at Brigham Young High School and graduated from high school in the Provo School District. She then graduated from Brigham Young University in Interior Design. She was the beloved wife of David Krajeski whom she married on November 23, 1974. Together they started Design Coalition, an interior design firm in 1973. They are the proud parents of sons, Sean, Wyatt and Kit Krajeski. She had a love for all animals especially her dogs Mowgli, Bond, Isa, Deets and Ayla, as well as her cats and horses. She excelled in athletics and was a superb skier and certified ski instructor at the original Park City Ski Resort. An expert horse woman, JoAnn was a past member of the Blue Ribbon Riding Club in Provo, Utah and loved riding at the family Riversong Ranch and surrounding mountains nearby. She loved golf, gardening, Lake Powell, BYU Cougars, traveling the world with David, but most of all she loved spending and devoting time to hear family and friends. She was an exquisite entertainer, hostess, gourmet cook and was published in Bon Appetite "Best of the Best" Magazine. The Krajeskis opened their home to many friends and services organizations for the benefit of the community. JoAnn served in many civic and community organizations including past President of Park City Performing Arts Foundation/Eccles Center, Save Our Stage Board and the Egyptian Theater Preservation Board. She was active in leadership positions with the Kimball Art Center, Sundance Film Festival and the Park City Arts Council. She was a member of other organizations including the Silver Queen Investment Club, Summit County RAP Tax Board, Volunteer for the Cross Country Venue for the 2002 Olympics and proud participant of Dream Makers Academy, various Park City book clubs and was an active supporter of the Christian Center of Park City. She was a partner of DJK Investments and director of Tolboe Construction Company. She was a member of Riverside, Park Meadows, Jeremy Ranch and the Salt Lake Country Clubs. She is survived by her husband, David, children, Sean (Marcela), Wyatt (Melissa), and Kit Krajeski, step mother Arlea N. Tolboe, father-in-law, Alexander Krajeski, sister, Jan (Richard) Anderson, brothers, Ronald K. (Jeanne) Tolboe, Craig A. (Nancy) Tolboe and Michael R. (Kathy) Tolboe, brothers-in-law, Alex Jr. and Julian Krajeski. She is also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by her parents and mother-in-law, Nita Krajeski. JoAnn, our wife and mother, imparted these words: "Grieve not, nor speak of me with tears, but laugh and talk of me as if I were beside you; I loved you so - twas Heaven here with you." We will cherish her forever! A memorial service to honor JoAnn will be held on Sunday, August 3 at the Deer Valley Snow Park Lodge Amphitheater at 9:30 a.m., followed with a reception. In lieu of flowers the family suggest contributions be made to the "JoAnn Tolboe Krajeski Foundation for the Arts", 7045 North State Road 32, Peoa, Utah, 84061. The family has requested that messages, condolences and photos be sent to to be compiled in a tribute album. [Deseret News, July 31, 2008.]

Tyndall, Douglas J.
4276 Glasgow Drive
South Jordan, Utah 84095-9111 US

Doug Tyndall
  • Work: (801) 280-0778

Class of 1966 ~ Honorary. Douglas J. Tyndall. His parents: Clarence Tyndall and Otella Watson Tyndall, married in Salt Lake City in 1938. Clarence and Otella Tyndall had three sons: Stephen C. Tyndall; Douglas J. Tyndall [BYH Class of 1966~H]; and J Tyndall. Doug attended BYH in Eighth Grade, 1961-1962. BYU 1976. @2006

Wing, Diane

Wing, Diane
Orem, Utah US

Diane Miner

Class of 1966 - Honorary Member. Diane Wing. Married Craig Miner, four children, div. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents: John Hildebrand Wing and Ella Mae Clinger Wing. Their children included: John H. "Jack" Wing [BYH Class of 1950] (Janet Peay); Annette Wing Taylor [BYH Class of 1954]; Diane Wing Miner [BYH Class of 1966 ~ H]; and Stephan Wing. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Dianne Wing Miner. Our loving Mother, Grandmother, Sister, and friend, passed away January 12, 2012 surrounded by her four children in Provo, Utah. She was born November 10, 1947 in Provo, Utah to John Hildebrand Wing and Ella Mae Clinger Wing. Dianne was raised and educated in Provo. She attended BY High School and Provo High School. Dianne married Craig Miner in 1965. They were later divorced. After her marriage, she moved to Orem, Utah where she raised her four children. She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and held various callings. Dianne later received her Nursing degree from Utah Technical College in Provo. She worked at Utah Valley Regional Medical Center on the Neurosurgery & Orthopedic Unit and was fully devoted as a passionate caregiver until her declining health would no longer allow. Mom loved working in her yard and gardening. She enjoyed making porcelain dolls and ceramics. Mom had a special place in her heart for all of God's creatures, especially animals. Any stray knew they had a home with her. Mom especially enjoyed spending time with her family. Mom dedicated her life to her four children and will be greatly missed by all that knew her. We love you, Mom! She is survived by her 4 children: Natalie Miner (Eddy) Rawlings of Mapleton, Utah; David (Guy Grein) Miner of Provo, Utah; Rebecca (Stacy Crain) Miner of Lexington, Kentucky; and Andrea Miner (Joshua) Done of Eagle Mountain, Utah; nine grand-children; a sister, Annette Wing Taylor of Provo, Utah; a brother, Stephen A. Wing of Spanish Fork, Utah; and by many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, and by a brother, John "Jack" Wing. The family would like to thank all of the wonderful staff at Provo Rehabilitation and Nursing, and the Compassionate team at Hospice For Utah. We would also like to thank Guy Grein who spent many hours with our mother when we were unable to be there. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday January 17, 2012, in the Berg Drawing Room Chapel, 185 East Center Street, Provo. Friends may call at the Mortuary, Monday evening from 6-8 p.m, or Tuesday, one hour prior to services. Interment, American Fork City Cemetery. Condolences may be sent to [Provo Daily Herald, Sunday, January 15, 2012]

Wonnacott, Leslie
120 Keokea Place
Kula, Hawaii 96790 US

Leslie Carter
  • Cell: 435-862-8522

Class of 1966 ~ Honorary. Leslie Wonnacott. Attended BYH in Eighth Grade, 1961-1962. She married _____ Carter. Leslie lives in Kula, Hawaii, where Leslie works at the Kula Hospital. Formerly American Fork, Utah; St. George, Utah; Lehi, Utah; and Kihei, Hawaii. Her family includes David Carter, Kathleen Carter, Kimberly Carter, Craig Carter, and Stephanie Carter. @2016

Wood, Linda
748 Durham Drive
North Salt Lake, Utah 84054-6000 US

Linda and Lynn Ballard
  • Home: 801-292-3830

Class of 1966 - Honorary Member. Linda Wood. Went to BYU a year early, skipping senior year at BY High. BYU BS Zoology 1969. Married Lynn P. Ballard. @2010

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