Class of 1971~9~Honorary

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Alphabetical Alumni

Melville, James W.
589 East 875 North
Orem, Utah 84097 US

Jim and Becky Melville
  • Work: (801) 224-6392

Class of 1971. James W. Melville. BYU BA Education & Teaching Certificate 1976. BYU MED Elementary Curriculum & Instruction 1981. His parents: James Keith Melville and Ruth Weller Melville, married 1947 in Salt Lake City, Utah. James and Ruth had the following children, Mrs. Steven (Mary Melville, BYH Class of 1969) Moake of Orem; Mrs. Reed (Rebecca "Becky" Melville, BYH Class of 1970) Miller of Provo; Jim W. Melville (BYH Class of 1971) and Becky of Orem; John W. and Tracy Melville of Salt Lake City; Mrs. David (Joan Melville) Washburn, Orem, Utah; Richard M. Melville, Orem, Utah; Mrs. Nathan (Janet Melville) Hatch, Orem, Utah; Matt and Malinda Melville, Orem, Utah; and Mrs. Terry (Shelley Melville, BYH Class of 1967) Foster, deceased. [1995]

Nelson, Vincent

Vincent Nelson

Class of 1971. Vincent Nelson.

Olsen, Lynne

Lynne Olsen

Class of 1971. Lynne Olsen (female).

Olson, Kevin D.
1158 East 370 South
Payson, Utah 84651 US

Kevin & Ellen-Anita Olson
  • Work: (801) 465-8769

Class of 1971. Kevin Olson. BYU Pre-Medical/Dental Zoology 1978. Married Ellen-Anita. His parents: Darwin Wayne Olson and Gayle Wilson Olson, married in 1947 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Their eleven children: Barry Olson [BYH Class of 1966] (Marianne), Dallan Olson [BYH Class of 1967] (Angelia), Kevin Olson [BYH Class of 1971] (Ellen-Anita), Paul Olson [BYH Class of 1972] (Luanne), Gordon Olson (Annette), Martin Olson (Lori), Darla Olson (Don) Lyman, Shauna Olson (John) Hom, Mary Ann Olson (Mike) Morley, Karen Olson (Jim) Gardner, and Susan Olson (Bryant) Lawrence. @Feb. 1973.

Orrock, W. David
7002 Rainbow Drive SE
Salem, Oregon 97306 US

David and Julie Orrock
  • Work: (503) 371-0379

Class of 1971. W. David Orrock. BYU BA Organizational Communications 1982. Parents: Scott Gottfredson Orrock and Dawn Anderson Orrock, married on June 8, 1949, in Salt Lake City, Utah. Their children: Lana Orrock Putman, Lynne Orrock [BYH Class of 1970] LeBaron (Kim), W. David Orrock [BYH Class of 1971] (Julie), Susan Orrock White (Jon), Kathy Orrock Pruett (Dave), Carol Orrock Stephan (Dan), Jim Orrock, Diane Orrock Justice (Larry), Kristen Orrock Brittain (Shawn), Sandra Orrock Marquez (Byron), and Steven Orrock.

Osborne, Cherie
1515 East 11400 South
Sandy, Utah 84092-5346 US

Cherie and W. P. Thompson
  • Work: (801) 571-9505

Class of 1971. Cherie Osborne. BYU BA Design 1992. Married W. P. Thompson.

Peterson, Jae

Jae Peterson

Class of 1971. Jae Peterson (female).

Petty, Douglas W.
8468 S. Cornell Drive
Sandy, Utah 84094 US

Douglas & Heidi Petty
  • Work: (801) 562-1945

Class of 1971. Doug Petty. Class President. Married Heidi. BYU BS Finance 1978. MA 1983. He has a brother and a sister who also attended BYH: James W. Petty, BYH Class of 1966, and Cynthia Petty Barkume, BYH Class of 1969.

Phillips, Lee R.
1515 East 1575 North
Provo, Utah 84604 US

Lee Phillips
  • Work: (801) 374-6673

Class of 1971. Lee R. Phillips. BYU BS Geology 1976. BYU MS Physical Chemistry 1979. BYU JD Law 1981.

Pulver, Mary Jean
658 West 920 North
Orem, Utah 84057-3048 US

Mary Mehew
  • Work: (801) 226-7717

Class of 1971. Mary Pulver. BYU AS Nursing 1974. Married ____ Mehew.

Reid, Leslie Ann
1089 Cherry Lane
Provo, Utah 84604-3616 US

Leslie Ann & Michael Gledhill
  • Work: (801) 374-2789

Class of 1971. Leslie Ann Reid. BYU 1975. Married Michael B. Gledhill.

Rich, Barbara
2583 Adams Street
Salt Lake City, Utah 84115 US

Barbara Rich

Class of 1971. Barbara Rich. BYU BS Recreation Management 1979.

Riddle, Brian T.
2073 Mountainvista Lane
Provo, Utah 84606 US

Brian Riddle
  • Work: (801) 377-4430

Class of 1971. Brian Riddle. BYU BS Zoology 1978. BYU MBA 1980. MD 1988. Dr. Brian T. Riddle, M.D.

Robinson, Mary

Mary Robinson

Class of 1971. Mary Robinson.

Rowan, Jack

Jack Rowan

Class of 1971. Jack Rowan.

Schwartz, Kevin Ray

Schwartz, Kevin Ray
Provo, Utah US

Kevin and JuLynn Schwartz

Class of 1971. Kevin Schwartz. His parents were Raymond Grant Schwartz, Jr., long-time sports journalist and editor for the Provo Daily Herald, and Elayne [Enid Elayne] Christensen, of Provo, Utah. They had three sons: Kevin Schwartz [BYH Class of 1971] (deceased), Thomas Schwartz [BYH Class of 1977] (deceased), and Rick Schwartz (Cherie), of Lehi, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ Kevin Ray Schwartz was born on June 20, 1953 in Lehi, Utah. He was a U.S. military veteran. He married JuLynn A. Johnson on April 7, 1979 in Elko, Nevada. JuLynn was born on September 22, 1956. Her parents were Leon A. Johnson and Barbara Borget Johnson. She died on May 8, 1983 in Orem, Utah. Her interment, Provo City Cemetery. Kevin Schwartz died on August 25, 1982 in Provo, Utah. His interment, Provo City Cemetery.

Sessions, Elizabeth

Elizabeth Sessions

Class of 1971. Elizabeth Sessions.

Sheffield, Richard Whiteley
1675 Oak Lane
Provo, Utah 84604-2142 US

Richard Sheffield
  • Work: 801-426-8200

Class of 1971. Richard Sheffield. BYU BA Communications 1976. BYU JD Law 1979. Wife: Annette; Seven Children; Business & Real Estate Attorney in Provo; Member of Provo City School Board. His parents: Loftis J. Sheffield from Kaysville, Utah and Blanche Whitely Sheffield, from Oakley, Idaho, married in 1943. Loftis Sheffield worked for the FBI. They had eight children: Jane Sheffield (dec.); Eileen Sheffield Dorrity [BY High graduate of 1963] of Salt Lake City; Roger W. Sheffield [BYH graduate of 1966] of Highland; Mark Sheffield of San Jose, CA [attended BYH, class of 1970]; Richard Sheffield of Provo [attended BYH, class of 1971]; Tyler Sheffield of Chicago; Clark Sheffield of Lindon; and Nan Sheffield Black of Dayton, Ohio. Alternate email: ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS WIFE'S OBITUARY: Annette Steenblik Sheffield, 49, of Provo, died May 10, 2007 of complications from cancer. Born in Salt Lake City to Ralph and Joyce Steenblik, Annette graduated from West High School. She attended college at Ricks, the U of U, and BYU, and ultimately graduated in Elementary Education from Arizona State University. She married Richard W. Sheffield of Provo in the Salt Lake Temple in 1979. Shortly thereafter they moved to Tempe, Arizona where they lived for 20 years prior to returning to Provo in 2000. Annette said that her greatest joy is being a wife and mother. This perspective and her natural talents greatly blessed the lives of her husband and their seven children, Clinton (Lisa), Natalie (JJ), Julianne (Joe), Laura, Alicia, Eric, and Ryan. Skilled in the time-honored crafts of sewing, canning, and bread making, she possessed even greater gifts in molding minds and spirits. She supported her children in their activities and aspirations, counseled with them in practical and comforting ways, taught them to enjoy life and associations, and helped them believe in their potential. Annette loved being outdoors, whether working in her gardens or hiking with young women and family. She knew how to work hard and complete plans and projects. She had a childlike enthusiasm for life and her avocations. Annette served in many teaching and leadership callings in every auxiliary of The LDS Church and made significant contributions to other civic and school endeavors. Extremely observant of others' needs, she responded selflessly and privately. Annette made people feel comfortable and welcome in her presence. She left a lasting influence and established lifelong friendships with youth and adults. Through the difficult struggles with cancer since 2004, Annette exhibited extraordinary faith and grit, while maintaining a joyful and positive perspective. She sustained purpose, excitement, and enjoyment in her life and continued touching the lives of her family and others. Annette is survived by her husband, parents, children, two grandchildren, and by her siblings, Scott Steenblik, Lloyd Steenblik, Cynthia Carlisle, Marcell Baker, and Karl Steenblik. Funeral services were held in the Oak Hills Stake Center in Provo on Thursday, May 17, 2007. Condolences may be sent to [Deseret News, Tuesday, May 15, 2007.] Remarried in 2009 to Dr. Tamara Lewis (Sheffield). Updated @Jun2012.

Slover, Cindy Jo
50 Park Terrace East Apt 4J
New York, New York 10034-1407 US

Cindy and Ned Butikofer
  • Work: (212) 942-0380

Class of 1971. Cindy Jo Slover. BYU 1975. She married Ned Butikofer.

Sorensen, Alan

Alan Sorensen

Class of 1971. Alan Sorensen.

Strong, Carol
82 South 900 West
Orem, Utah 84058 US

Carol Lowe

Class of 1971. Carol Strong. BYU BS Education & Teaching Certificate 1974. Married ____ Lowe.

Teichert, Paul R.
32694 600th Ave.
Waltham, Minnesota 55982 US

Paul Teichert
  • Work: (507)477-2221

Class of 1971. Paul R. Teichert. His parents: Robert Henri Teichert and Marjorie Abbie Childs Teichert. They had six children: Marsha Teichert Kinghorn [BYH Class of 1964]; R. Conrad Teichert [BYH Class of 1967] (Diane Farnsworth); Fredrick L. Teichert [BYH Class of 1970]; Paul R. Teichert [BYH Class of 1971]; Robin Teichert; and Barbara Teichert. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU BS Psychology 1978. California State University at Hayward MBA 1986.

Thomas, Ryan

Ryan Thomas

Class of 1971. Ryan Thomas.

Thompson, Philip D.
193 West 1400 South
Orem, Utah 84058-7431 US

Phil and Carrie Thompson
  • Work: (801) 224-7625

Class of 1971. Phil Thompson. He married Carrie. His parents: Woodrow Marsh Thompson and Veryl Davis Thompson of Provo. Their children included: Karen Thompson (Raul) McQuivey of Oakton, Virginia; Stephen W. Thompson [BYH Class of 1962] (Fonette); Sue Thompson [BYH Class of 1967] (Randy) Heaton; Philip Thompson [BYH Class of 1971] (Carrie); and Jill Thompson [BYH Class of 1973] (Allen) Anderson.

Thomson, Lee
Las Vegas, Nevada US

Lee Thomson

Class of 1971. Lee Thomson. Married Mary. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS FATHER'S OBITUARY: Woodruff Christian Thomson, beloved husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, brother, and friend passed away quietly on August 31, 2006, at his mountain home at Sundance, surrounded by his wife and children, after a brief and heroic struggle with cancer. Woodruff was born March 10, 1917, in Ephraim, Utah, to Daniel and Kirstine (Stena) Christensen Thomson. His love for his parents, brothers, and sister, and his Danish heritage, were evident throughout his life. He attended Snow College, where he was active in band and on the track team. He then attended the University of Utah, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude in English. He was a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi. Upon graduating from the University of Utah, he accepted a teaching position at the high school in Beaver, Utah. Here, he met his life-long sweetheart and best friend, Irene Giddings, whom he married June 6, 1941, in the Salt Lake Temple. Woodruff was inducted into the United States Army on June 17, 1941, and attended Officers Candidate School. He served valiantly with the XI Corps in the Pacific Theater during WWII. He was awarded the Bronze Star and Meritorious Service Awards. Shortly after the conclusion of the war, he began service in the Army Reserve, retiring as a Colonel in 1977. Upon returning from the war, he again took up his academic pursuits, obtaining his PhD in English from the University of Utah. He then began his long and distinguished career of 34 years as a professor in the English Department at BYU, retiring in 1983. An active member of the LDS Church, Woodruff served in many leadership positions, including his service as the first Bishop of the BYU 94th Ward and as a member of the BYU Stake High Council. He was always active in community affairs and served as President of the Golden K Kiwanis, Retired Officers Association, and the Utah Valley Historical Society. Woodruff is survived by his wife, Irene; four children: Ingrid Thomson (Bob) Fuhriman, Bellevue, Washington; Ruth Thomson (Van) Symons, Davenport, Iowa; Alan (Dahrl) Thomson, Provo; and Lee (Mary) Thomson, Las Vegas, Nevada: 14 grandchildren, four great-grandchildren; sister, Dorothy Thomson Jonas, Salt Lake. Funeral services: Tuesday, September 5, 2006 in Provo. Interment, American Fork City Cemetery with Military Rites conducted by American Legion Post 72. [Provo Daily Herald on September 3, 2006.]

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