BYA~BYH Faculty & Staff


Alphabetical Alumni
Frezan, Mary

Frezan, Mary
Provo, Utah US

Mary Frezan

Faculty & Staff. Mary Frezan, Training School, 1881-1884.

Friel, Kate

Friel, Kate
Provo, Utah US

Kate Friel

BY Academy High School Class of 1882. Kate Friel. Graduated June 16, 1882. 21 members of the Class of 1882 are mentioned. Source 1: Deseret Evening News, June 19, 1882. Source 2: Territorial Enquirer, June 21, 1882. Faculty & Staff, Training School, 1881-1884.

Friel, Mary

Friel, Mary
Provo, Utah US

Mary Friel

Faculty & Staff. Mary Friel, Training School, 1879-1880.

Fuhriman, Addie
110 Canyon Rd
Providence, Utah 84332 US

Addie Fuhriman

BYH Faculty. Addie Fuhriman. Teacher, 10th, 11th, 12th grade English. Designed English curriculum for individual student progress, 1960-62. ~ ~ ~ ~ VITAE: Addie Fuhriman. I. Educational History:
A. University: B.S. Utah State University 1956, Major: Speech, Minor: English. M.A. Brigham Young University 1965. Major: Counseling, Minor: Psychology. Ph.D. University of Minnesota 1969, Educational Psychology.
B. Professional Credentials: Licensed Psychologist, State of Utah, #218-retired. Listed in National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology.
C. Honors and Recognitions: Distinguished Senior Contributor Award, Division 17, American Psychological Association, 2000. Fellow, Divisions 17 and 49, American Psychological Association. Martin B. Hickman Outstanding Scholar Award, 1997-98. Distinguished Teaching Award, University of Utah: Recipient for 1976 Distinguished Academic Award, Utah Psychological Association, 1995. Awarded sabbatical leaves, University of Utah, 1982 and 1991. Outstanding Woman Graduate, Utah State University, 1956. Outstanding Young Women of America, 1965.
II. Professional History:
A. Postdoctoral Positions: Brigham Young University (1992-2001), Assistant to the President (1998-2001). Dean, Graduate Studies (1992-1998). Professor, Department of Psychology (1992-2001), University of Utah (1968-1992). Department of Educational Psychology, Chairperson of Department (1984-1990). Professor (1982-1992). Associate Professor (1974-1981). Assistant Professor (1968-1973). Adjunct Professor (1992-present). Director of APA Approved Doctoral Program in Counseling Psychology (1981-1984). University Counseling Center, Psychologist (1968-1983). Director of Training (1978-1981) - Training Director at time of APA approval. Psychiatry Department, Clinical Assistant Professor (1979-2001). Consulting Psychologist, 1972, Olympus Research Corporation, Salt Lake City, Utah. B. Predoctoral Positions: University of Minnesota, structor-Counselor, General College, 1965-67; Instructor, Educational Psychology, 1967-68; Teaching Assistant, Group Practicum Supervisor, 1966-67. Brigham Young University Program Advisor - Counselor, Dean of Students Office, 1963-65. Brigham Young University Research Assistant, Dean of Students Office, 1962-63. Brigham Young University High School: Teacher, 10th, 11th, 12th grade English. Designed English curriculum for individual student progress, 1960-62. Jordan High School Teacher, 10th, 11th, 12th grade English, 1956-57, 1959-60.

Gamett, LaVell C.

Gamett, LaVell C.
Provo, Utah

LaVell and Fay Gamett

Faculty & Staff. 1946-47, skipped 1947-48, returned to BYH in 1948-49, continued through 1952+. Teacher of Industrial Arts Education (Shop). PROVO - LaVell C. Gamett, 79, of Provo, died February 28, 1990, in Provo. Born July 25, 1912 at Pleasant Grove. Married Fay Taylor February 14, 1935 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He taught in Juab School District eleven years, joining BYU staff as industrial arts professor in 1946. He was instrumental in much of the growth in the department for many years. Supervised the student teacher program for industrial arts, retired in 1977. Active member of LDS Church. Survivors wife, Fay of Provo; two sons, two daughters, Mrs. Roy (Carolyn) Jackson, Spanish Fork; Joe T. (LeAnn) Gamett[0], Las Vegas, Nev.; Mrs. Stephen (Joyce) Heaps, Salt Lake City; Daryl C. (Kaye) Gammett, Orem; 20 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; three brothers. Preceded in death by two sisters and grandson. Services were held Tuesday, March 3, 1992, in Provo. Burial, Provo City Cemetery. [Deseret News, Sunday, March 1, 1992.] CHILDREN: Two sons and two daughters: Carolyn Gamett (Roy) Jackson [BYH Class of 1954), Spanish Fork; Joe T. (LeAnn) Gamett [BYH Class of 1957], Las Vegas, Nev.; Joyce Gamett (Stephen) Heaps [BYH Class of 1966], Salt Lake City; and Daryl C. (Kaye) Gammett [BYH Class of 1970], Orem. ~~~~ OBITUARY: Fay Taylor Gamett. After celebrating her 90th birthday, our loving mother, Fay Taylor Gamett, passed away on October 1, 2003, after a short illness. She was born September 13, 1913 in Provo, Utah, a twin daughter of Theodore Thaddeus and Martha Jane Johnson Taylor. [The other twin: Fon Taylor Webster Cullimore.] Fay married LaVell C. Gamett, BYH faculty member, February 14, 1935 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He preceded her in death. Fay was an active member of the LDS Church. She had a great sense of humor and was known for her loyalty to BYU. She was active until the very end of her life attending BYU sports and other cultural events. She worked for many years as a lunch worker for Provo School District. Her pastimes were reading and sewing and spending time with her family. Fay is survived by her four children: Carolyn Gamett [BYH Class of 1954] (Roy) Jackson; Joe (LeeAnn) Gamett [BYH Class of 1957]; Joyce Gammett [BYH Class of 1966] (Stephen) Heaps; and Daryl (Kaye) Gamett [BYH Class of 1970]; 20 grandchildren, 29 great-grandchildren, and one sister; Jeannie Taylor Brimhall [BYH Class of 1945]. Funeral services were held on Monday, October 6, 2003 in Provo, Utah. Interment will be at Provo City Cemetery. [Provo Daily Herald, October 4, 2003.]

Garbe, Douglas G.
581 East 500 South
Orem, Utah 84097-6469

Douglas Garbe
  • Home: (801) 225-3290

Faculty & Staff 1960s, including 1964-68 - Mathematics Teacher. Douglas G. Garbe BYU BS Secondary Instruction 1962. University of Texas at Austin PhD 1973. @2010

Gardner, Lee

Gardner, Lee
Provo, Utah US

Lee Gardner

Faculty & Staff. Lee Gardner, Training School, 1881-1884.

Garside, A. LaMoyne
55-439 Naniloa Loop
Laie, Hawaii 96762-1126

LaMoyne and Jayne Garside
  • Work: (808) 293-9141

Faculty & Staff Early 1960s, including 1962-63 - Master Art Teacher at BYH. A. LaMoyne Garside. ~ ~ ~ ~ The first artist to address the BYU - Hawaii campus community as a McKay lecturer, A. LaMoyne Garside came to Church College of Hawaii in 1964, from Provo where he had taught at Brigham Young High School. He received his BA in 1957 from Brigham Young University, having previously graduated from Weber Junior College in 1952; he completed his MFA in 1960, also at BYU; he received a Fulbright to study in Rome in 1970; and he engaged in further study, while on a sabbatical in Japan, at Kyoto City University of Fine Arts in 1970-1971. At the time of his lecture, he was Chair of the University Fine Arts Division and Associate Director of the prestigious Institute for Polynesian Studies. Garside and his wife Jayne, herself a faculty member at BYUH, have three children: Brad, Scott, and Kawehiamehina. The great caricatures that illustrate the Class of 1963 on this website were drawn by Mr. Garside, and each individual illustrated there is easily recognizable. @2010

Gates, Mary E.

Gates, Mary E.
Provo, Utah US

Mary Gates

Faculty & Staff. Mary E. Gates, Physical Culture teacher, 1899-1900.

Gates, Susa Young

Gates, Susa Young
(See Young, Susa)

Susa Gates

Faculty & Staff. See Susa Young

Gee, Erma Garda

Gee, Erma Garda
Blanding, Utah US

Garda Adams [Lyman]

Class of 1914. Garda Gee. Graduated in 1914 from Brigham Young High School, Normal Department. Source 1: 1914 BYU Banyan, BYH section, pp. 84-89. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1914. Garda Gee [Adams] [Lyman]*. She received a BYH Normal Certificate in 1914. Source 2: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 6, page 232. ~ ~ ~ ~ Faculty & Staff. Garda Gee, Training School, 1918-1920. ~ ~ ~ ~ Erma Garda Gee was born July 8, 1894 in Provo, Utah. Her parents were Elias Amos Gee and Francis Matilda Bean. She married John Ernest Adams, Jr., in Salt Lake City on June 17, 1920. They had 12 children, and they were later divorced. She died on September 9, 1987 in Blanding, Utah. Interment, Blanding City Cemetery. ~ ~ ~ ~ ONE OF HER SONS: New temple president. Lisle G. Adams, 68, of the Monticello 2nd Ward, Monticello Utah Stake, has been called as the first president of the new Monticello Utah Temple. The temple, now nearing completion, will be dedicated July 26-27. Pres. Adams' wife, Jewell Redd Adams, will serve as temple matron. Pres. Adams has served as stake president, stake president's counselor, high councilor, bishop, bishop's counselor and teacher's quorum adviser. He and his wife served in the Canada Calgary Mission. The former owner and operator of Monticello Mercantile and a rancher and cattleman, he attended Utah State University. He was born in Provo, Utah, to John Ernest Adams, Jr. and Erma Garda Gee Adams. Sister Adams is a former stake Young Women president's counselor, ward Primary president and Relief Society president's counselor. She attended BYU. She was born in Blanding, Utah, to Lemuel B. and Irene Hatch Redd. [Deseret News, LDS Church News, Saturday, June 6, 1998.] ~ ~ ~ ~ *Do not know what "Lyman" means.

Gibson, Jed G.
2124 North 220 East
Provo, Utah 84604-5862 US

Jed and Karen Gibson
  • Home: 801-374-9702

Faculty & Staff 1960s, including 1962-66 - Physical Education & Health Teacher & Coach. Jed G. Gibson. Track/Cross Country Coach, UVSC [UVU]. Coach Jed Gibson is UVSCs head track coach. The first year he coached a partial track squad, but after two years took on the task of bringing a full-fledged track team to Utah Valley State College. He brought a great deal of experience and success with him. He was the head cross country and track coach at Ricks College for twenty years, from 1966 to 1986. He started the program for women at Ricks, and coached several Viking women to individual national titles. His cross country teams fared well at nationals, finishing as high as second. In the ranks of the men, his cross country teams won national titles in 1966 and 1986. He was NJCAA National Coach of the Year in 1970 and 1986. His teams won 11 region titles. In track and cross country combined, he coached 116 All-Americans and 21 individual national champions. Before his tour of duty at Ricks, Gibson was the head track and football coach at Brigham Young High School for eight years. He is a native Utahn, born in Tooele. He prepped at Tooele High, earning All-State honors in football and basketball. He went on to play four years as a running back at the University of Utah. Gibson completed his bachelor degree and masters degree at the University of Utah, then earned his doctorate in health and physical education at Columbia University. Gibson, who was the physical education department coordinator for five years at Ricks also teaches health and physical education classes at UVSC [UVU]. He and his wife, Karen, live in Provo. @2010 @2016 Coach Jed Gibson was an honored guest at the 50th Anniversary Reunion of the BYH Class of 1966 on September 2, 2016.

Gilbert, Mary Deane [Peterson,]

Gilbert, Mary Deane [Peterson,]
(See also Peterson)
Provo, Utah US

Mary and Art Gilbert

Faculty and Staff, 1947 to 1951. She taught Physical Education, Health & Core (English). Mary Deane Peterson first married Art Gilbert, then Harold Glen Clark, then Glenn Andrew. Faculty and Staff, 1947 to 1951. She taught Physical Education, Health & Core (English). (See also Mary Deane Peterson.) HER OBITUARY: Mary Deane Peterson Gilbert Clark Andrew passed away peacefully on April 13, 2006 at her home overlooking the Provo Temple. Mary Deane was born March 29, 1920, the 9th child and 7th daughter of James Morton Peterson and Louisiana Carie Heppler in Richfield, Utah. In her early years, she attended school in Richfield, Utah, high school in Houston, Texas and Boise, Idaho. In 1941, she graduated from Brigham Young University with a major in physical education. While there, Mary Deane was active in student government as a class officer and president of the social unit O.S. Trovata. In her senior year, Mary Deane married her college sweetheart and captain of the BYU football team, Arthur Gene Gilbert, in the Utah Salt Lake Temple. Art later coached football at Springville High School. He became a Lieutenant JG in the Navy during World War II, during which time they lived on Coronado Island, California where their first son, Paul Ensign Gilbert [BYH Class of 1961], was born. Later they moved to Provo where Art was employed by the BYU football program. A daughter, Lark Gilbert [BYH Class of 1964], was born a few months before her father's death from leukemia June 3, 1947, in Provo, Utah. After her husband's death, Mary Deane taught at Brigham Young High School from 1947 to 1951. On December 20, 1950 she married Dr. Harold Glen Clark in the Arizona Mesa Temple and became mother to his five children and her two children. Her eighth child, Rebecca Clark [BYH Class of 1971], was born in 1953. Mary Deane and her husband were called as the first president and matron of the newly constructed Utah Provo Temple from 1971 to 1976. Mary Deane was the initiator of the temple schedule that is still in use today in temples throughout the world. From 1978 to 1979, they served an eighteen-month diplomatic mission to Sri Lanka. During their service, the LDS Church was officially recognized in that country for the first time, the Book of Mormon was translated into Singhalese, and microfilming of birth and death records was begun. Upon their return, Harold Glen Clark suffered a massive stroke and Mary Deane took care of him faithfully and lovingly for five years. He passed away March 2, 1984. She subsequently married Glenn Andrew in the Utah Provo Temple September 17, 1986. He passed away May 18, 2004. Mary Deane was a faithful lifetime member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, having held many responsible positions, among them Relief Society ward and stake president and Relief Society president of the first stake formed at Brigham Young University. She was honored as a recipient of the 1992 Brigham Young University Alumni Service to Family Award. She is survived by her children: Mary Louise Clark [BYH Class of 1952] Perry (Bob) serving in the Armenia Yerevan mission; Donald Driggs Clark (Mary); Virginia Lynn Clark [BYH Class of 1960] Callister (Reed); Paul Ensign Gilbert [BYH Class of 1961] (Susan); Joseph William Clark [BYH Class of 1962](Marilee); Lark Gilbert [BYH Class of 1964] Cheesman (Doug); and Rebecca Clark [BYH Class of 1971] Knudsen (Kurt); forty-five grandchildren (three deceased) and numerous grandchildren. One daughter, Carol Jean Clark [Springville HS '48] Ottesen (Sterling) recently preceded her in death. She is also survived by five children and many grandchildren from her marriage to Glenn Andrew: LaDeane Edwards (Ray, deceased), Glenda Shumay (Gary), Douglas Andrew (Sharee), Diana Thornton (Duane, and Patrice Ringger (Michael). One son, Sherman (Susan) preceded her in death. She is also survived by her sister and best friend, Bobette Peterson Johnson (Glendon). Mary Deane, who lived the scriptural admonition, "Be still and know that I am God" will be greatly missed for her exemplary life. A time of commemorating this remarkable lady's life for family and friends will be held on Monday evening, April 17, 2006, from 5-7 p.m. and Tuesday, April 18, 2006, at 9:30-10:30 a.m. at the Hillside Chapel, 2000 North 1500 East in Provo. Funeral services are under the direction of the Walker Sanderson Funeral Home in Orem and will be held on Tuesday, April 18, 2006, at 11 a.m. at the Hillside Chapel. Interment will be held in the Murray City Cemetery. Condolences may be sent to the family at: www.walkerfamilymortuary.com [Provo Daily Herald, April 15, 2006]

Gilchrist, Olive Y.

Gilchrist, Olive Y.
Provo, Utah US

Olive Gilchrist

Faculty & Staff. Olive Y. Gilchrist, Training School, 1905-1914.

Giles, Henry Evans

Giles, Henry Evans
Provo, Utah US

Henry Giles

Faculty & Staff. Henry Evans Giles, Professor of Music, 1885 to 1896. He conducted the music for the dedication of the new Brigham Young Academy building on January 4, 1892. Giles appears in a photo of the first faculty to serve under Principal Benjamin Cluff in 1892. In 1896 Professor Giles took a position as music supervisor for the Provo public schools.

Gillette, Perry
520 W Baseline Rd
Paul, Idaho 83347 US

Perry Gillette
  • Work: (208) 438-5621

Faculty & Staff. Perry Gillette. Assistant Coach at BYH in the 1960s. [Possible alternate address: Perry C Gillette Jr., 3580 Alan Ave, West Valley City, Utah 84119 - (801) 966-5903.]

Glade, Earl J.

Glade, Earl J.
Provo, Utah US

Earl Glade

Faculty & Staff. Earl J. Glade, Commerce and Penmanship teacher, 1902-1905, 1909-1915. ~ ~ ~ ~ Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1914. Earl J. Glade. He received an A.B. Degree in 1914. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 7, page 345.

Golightly, Max Chatterton

Golightly, Max Chatterton
Provo, Utah US

Max and Beverly Golightly

BYH Faculty & Staff, Max C. Golightly, Speech & Drama Teacher, 1957-1958, 1958-1959, 1959-1960, 1960-1961. ~ ~ ~ ~ Mr. Golightly is a prizewinning playwriter, director, actor and published poet. Mr. Golightly is listed in several Who's Who Anthologies in Theatre and Civic Affairs and is presently a Professor of Theatre and Cinematic Arts at Brigham Young University. He is known nationally as a lecturer in creative writing. In 1970, he was chosen Utah poet of the year for his book, The Morning of Tarus. His recent play The Moonview won a Utah Fine Arts Award in 1974 and was produced at the Moab, Utah, Community Theatre this spring. Mr. Golightly has played many roles, the most recent being Charles in Blithe Spirit in March 1974 at the Promised Valley Playhouse in Salt Lake City. Among the numerous plays he has directed are the opera La Boheme, Kiss Me Kate, How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, The Little Foxes, Richard III, and the world premiere at B.Y.U. of the opera Pilgrim's Progress, and the musical The Order ls Love. In 1975 he was Guest Director, Playmill, West Yellowstone, Montanta. Mr. Golightly was chosen to direct the musical extravaganza Brigham for the 1976 Bicentennial celebration in Provo. From a Tribute to BYU Emeritus Professor Max C. Golightly, who retired from the BYU Department of Theatre & Film after twenty-eight years of teaching, and who passed away on April 10, 1997. ~ ~ ~ ~ Perhaps one of the best ways to introduce the versatile personality of Max C. Golightly is to read his own description from his professional resume: “Retired professor in theatre and film, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah; moderator of playwriting, actor, vocalist, M.C., show host; director of plays: contemporary, classical, and special-effects characterizations; lecturer in acting, playwriting, play directing, poetry, self encouragement.” For any who knew Max, all were amazed when meeting another acquaintance who knew Max through some entirely different aspect of his artistic expression! He was truly a marvel of energy, effervescence and effects. ~ ~ ~ ~ With a Bachelor of Arts in radio broadcasting from BYU, Max began his teaching career in 1951 at Provo High School. Two years later found him at Citrus Junior College in Glendora, California, and four years later, he returned to teach at BYU High School. During his teaching assignments, he completed his Master of Arts degree at BYU with an emphasis in playwriting and directing. He joined the faculty in Theatre at BYU in 1961-1962 where he taught for a span of 28 years. Most of us know that Max’s talents were not all funneled into theatre and education alone. Max had a voracious appetite for writing. His theatrical writings consist of some 30 plays, titles from which won local, regional and national recognition. His poetry also garnered its share of publication and awards. But writing was only a part of what made Max Golightly who he was. He appeared on countless stages, and in a number of films. He directed numerous plays, including tragedies, comedies, farces, melodramas, musicals and premieres galore, for Max was “father” to the new play program at BYU. He also helped develop the Mask Club program and create the Playwrights / Directors / Actors Workshop. ~ ~ ~ ~ But all these lists and titles are not the man we know as Max Golightly. He had the gift of giving (of himself, of his time, and of his talents) to anyone who needed them . . . after which he became the greatest fan, the greatest support, and the greatest praiser of these same talents in others. When Max stood in a group he rarely stood to be seen as himself. He was the first to stand in ovation for another person. Max Golightly isn’t a man one experiences and puts in the past. He is like the best of books that one carries at his side and gleans from often. Max, because of you, we are rewarded again and again! (Excerpted from a tribute presented at his funeral by Rory Scanlon.) ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Retired BYU professor Max Chatterton Golightly passed away April 10, 1997 at his home in Provo. He was 72. He was born May 19, 1924 in Preston, Idaho, to Joseph William and Mable Chatterton Golightly. He lived in Rexburg, Idaho during his high school years, and attended Madison High School, where he was active in dramatics and won a scholarship in vocal music. As part of the United States Special Corps, during the Second World War, he became a member of The Chapeliers, a singing, entertainment company, which toured the European Theatre of Operations in USO and Red Cross centers all over Europe. This group provided the choral members at the funeral of General Patton in Heidelberg, Germany, at the request of the widow of the General. He married Beverly Keith Golightly on September 17, 1948 in the Manti Temple. He taught speech and theatre arts from 1951-53 at Provo High School, from 1953-57 at Citrus Jr. College, in Glendora, California, and from 1957-61 at BYU High School. He joined the faculty at BYU in 1961 as a Professor of Theatre and Cinematic Arts, where he taught until his retirement in 1989. He was an accomplished and well-known writer, and received national honors and first place prizes in poetry and play writing. During 1968-69, he served as president of the national Federation of State Poetry Societies of America, shortly after winning a publication award for his first book of verse, "Ibid.", and in 1970 was chosen Utah Poet of the Year for his book, "A Morning of Taurus." In 1978 he was honored by the Louisiana State Poetry Society as "Distinguished American Poet," for his encouragement of young poets in America, and was given a key to the city by the mayor of New Orleans. He was a distinguished lecturer and reader, acted in 12 movies and in more than 30 plays, directed 54 productions, musicals and operas. In 1975 he directed the BYU bicentennial production of "Brigham!", which featured a cast of 120 and played in the BYU Marriott Center for seven nights. Since 1989, he has served on the Provo Fine Arts Council, and was honored with the Outstanding Contribution of the Cultural Arts of 1992 award. Throughout his life, he was active in and served many leadership positions in the LDS Church. During 1993 to 1995, he served an LDS Church Service Mission as Chairman of Casting for Church Films. He is survived by his wife, Beverly, four sons and one daughter: Gary D. (Janeen R. Severson) Golightly of Provo, Utah; Laurynda Gae (Michael) Lott of Las Vegas, Nevada; Kim Oliver (Anne Elizabeth Ashworth) Golightly of Bethesda, Maryland; Kyle Chatterton (Michelle Briggs) Golightly of Orem, Utah; Guy Parley Keith (Christine Call) Golightly of Denver, Colorado. He is also survived by 19 grandchildren and one great-grandchild, two brothers, William Hal (Dortha Burbank) Golightly of Salt Lake City, Utah; Jesse C. Golightly of Ogden, Utah; one sister Mary LaRue (Orville Dewaine "Duke") Robison of Kaysville, Utah. He is preceded in death by his parents, two brothers Card William and Joseph Emory Golightly and and two sisters, Virginia Dena Thatcher and Marjorie Jensen. Funeral services were held Wednesday, April 16, 1997 in Provo. Interment, Goshen City Cemetery. The family suggests contributions to the Brigham Young Academy Foundation, Academy Square Library Project/Little Theatre, P.O. Box 76, Provo, Utah 84603. [Published in the Deseret News, Monday, April 14, 1997.] ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS WIFE'S OBITUARY: Beverly Keith Golightly, 81, of Provo, passed away Saturday. She was born to William Jairus Keith, Jr. and LaVon Penrod Keith, April 17, 1927, in Elberta, Utah. Beverly attended the Franklin and Maeser Elementary Schools and graduated from Provo High School in 1945. While studying art at BYU in 1948, Beverly auditioned as a tap dancer for a varsity show, "Significant Spring," written and directed by the late Max C. Golightly. Max gave Beverly that part, and then a larger one. They married that September in the Manti Temple. They lived in Glendora, California during 1953 to 1956, where Max taught theatre at Citrus Jr. College and Beverly worked at the Broadway department store, before returning to Provo, where Max was a professor at BYU until his retirement in 1989. Beverly focused her time and energy on her family. She also worked at various times as a window decorator, commercial artist, interior decorator, and dance instructor. She was a gifted artist. In recent years she devoted herself to writing, which she termed "painting with words." She appreciated and collected all things old, worn, and weathered, especially bottles, and all kinds of books. She had an engaging sense of humor. Beverly is survived by her four sons and one daughter: Gary Golightly of Provo; Laury Golightly of Salt Lake City; Kim (Anne Ashworth) Golightly of Bethesda, MD; Kyle (Michelle Briggs) Golightly of Orem; and Guy (Christine Call) Golightly of Spanish Fork. She is also survived by 18 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren; two brothers, Wayne Keith of Lindon, and Lon Keith of Provo; three sisters, Mary Belle Boyack, Helen Beaman, and Karen Gibson, of Provo. She is preceded in death by her parents and two brothers, Jay Allan Keith and William Keith. Funeral services were Saturday, December 6, 2008 at the Edgemont 19th Ward chapel, at 4775 North 300 West, Provo. Interment, Goshen City Cemetery. [Provo Daily Herald, December 4, 2008.]

Goodson, Dale [William Dale]

Goodson, Dale [William Dale]
Orem, Utah US

Dale and Florence Goodson

Faculty & Staff 1965-66 - Counseling & Guidance. W. Dale Goodson. @2010 ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: William Dale Goodson, 1926-2019. William Dale Goodson, 92, of Orem, Utah passed away on Saturday, July 20, 2019. He is survived by his wife, Florence Fay Goodson; and children: Georgia Malquist (Malyn), Linda Dinsmoor (Paul), Elaine Urban (Charles), David Goodson, Gloria McCann (Brad). Twin Brother, Earl Goodson, brother, Gary Goodson, and sisters; Ruth Payne and Carolyn Hunter; 21 grandchildren, and 40 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, July 27, 2019 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Chapel on 950 S. 50 E., Orem, Utah. A viewing will be held from 6-8 p.m. on Friday, July 26 at Sundberg-Olpin Mortuary, 495 S. State Street, Orem, Utah. Interment, Orem City Cemetery. Condolences may be expressed to the family at SundbergOlpinMortuary.com Source

Gourley, June

Gourley, June
Provo, Utah US

June and Lynn Searle

Faculty & Staff, 1960s through May of 1968. June G. Searle. According to her students, she was a wonderful Second Grade teacher at the BYU Elementary School. ~ ~ ~ ~ June Gourley married Lynn Scott Searle. Their children included: Judith Lynne Searle (Louis V.) Brackett (dec), Provo; Robert (Cheryl) Searle, West Bountiful; Ramon (Judy) Searle, Mesa, Arizona; and Karen (David) Pond, Pittstown, New Jersey. @2006 HER HUSBAND'S OBITUARY: The patriarch of our family, Lynn Scott Searle, returned peacefully to his Heavenly Father on June 21, 2006 in Provo, Utah. He was born July 18, 1914 in Provo, Utah, the son of Ellen LaPrele Scott and Lester Wilson Searle. Lynn graduated from Spanish Fork High School in 1932. He served in the Southern States Mission, Florida District, for the LDS Church in 1933. When he returned from his mission, he joined the Utah National Guard. He attended BYU, graduating with a bachelors degree in 1940 and a masters degree in 1963. He then worked on his doctorate in Minnesota. A beautiful young lady, June Gourley, caught his eye. They were married for time and all eternity in the Salt Lake LDS Temple, June 17, 1940. They had four children, Robert, Ramon, Judith, and Karen. In the early 1940's, Lynn was a teacher and principal at Cedar Fort and Alpine Elementary Schools in the Alpine School District. In 1946, he became a seminary teacher and taught seminary in Panguitch, Nephi, American Fork, Provo, and Salt Lake at Jordan and West High Schools. In 1968, he was employed by the State of Utah at the Utah State Hospital and the American Fork Training School as a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor until he retired in 1982. Lynn and June served an LDS mission in Roanoke, Virginia which covered the area of Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, and Maryland from 1985-1987. Lynn was an active member of the LDS Church all of his life and loved serving in various ward and stake callings. Most recently he loved teaching the High Priest Group in his Pleasant View Ward. He had been serving in the Provo LDS Temple as an ordinance worker for the last 11 years until his recent hospitalization. Lynn is survived by his wife, June; three children, Robert (Cheryl) Searle, West Bountiful, Utah, Ramon (Judy) Searle, Mesa, Arizona, Karen (David) Pond, Pittstown, New Jersey; 20 grandchildren; 40 great-grandchildren; one great great-grandchild; brothers and sister; and many loving nephews, nieces, and dear friends. He was preceded in death by his daughter, Judith (Lou) Brackett; and his brothers, Don and Ralph Searle. Funeral services were held Thursday, June 29, 2006 in Provo. Interment, Pleasant Grove Cemetery, 600 North 100 East, Pleasant Grove, Utah. [Deseret News, Monday, June 26, 2006.] ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Dr. June Gourley Searle. The matriarch of our family, June Gourley Searle, returned peacefully to her Heavenly Father December 31, 2008. June was born on June 25, 1919 in Pleasant Grove, Utah the daughter of David and Dora West Gourley. June graduated from Pleasant Grove High School. While June was attending BYU, she met a handsome young man, Lynn Scott Searle. They were married in the Salt Lake LDS Temple on June 17, 1940. They had four children: Robert, Ramon, Judith and Karen. June received both her bachelor's and master's degrees from Brigham Young University majoring in elementary education. In 1974, she received her Ph.D. from the University of Utah with a major in educational administration. Her first teaching position was in Panguitch, Utah where she taught English and dramatic art. She also taught in Granite and Jordan school districts and then on to the BYU Lab School. Dr. Searle assisted in opening up summer sessions at the Church College of Hawaii and she developed programs to enhance learning and teaching skills for the Native Americans in Southern Utah. She was active in many civic and church organizations and served as an active member in professional areas such as Phi Delta Kappa, Delta Kappa Gamma, Utah Education Association an ACEI. She helped to develop and write curriculum and conferences for gifted and talented children while at BYU. Many remember her annual display of the Sugar Plum Dream. June served an LDS mission with her husband in Roanoke, Virginia from 1985 to 1987. She was a member of the LDS Church all of her life and loved serving in those capacities to which she was called. She served as a temple ordinance worker at the Provo Temple for a number of years. June is survived by her children: Robert (Cheryl) Searle, West Bountiful, Utah; Ramon (Judy) Searle, Mesa, Arizona; Karen (David) Pond, Holland; 19 grandchildren; 43 great grandchildren; one great-great grandchild; brother, sister, and many loving nephews, nieces and dear friends. She was preceded in death by her husband, Lynn, daughter, Judith (Louis) Brackett and granddaughter, Anna (Luke) Downer. The family wishes to extend special thanks to Dr. James Woodmansee and to Susan Willis and Jerri Taylor at Harmony Home Health for their loving care. Funeral services will be provided by Olpin Family Mortuary and will be held Friday, January 9, 2009 at 11 a.m. at the Pleasant View Ward, 650 East Stadium Avenue in Provo (located just north of the Missionary Training Center in Provo.) The viewing will be held Thursday evening, January 8 from 6-8 p.m. at the Pleasant View Ward and Friday morning from 9:45 a.m to 10:45 a.m. prior to services. Interment will be at the Pleasant Grove Cemetery, 500 South Main Street, Pleasant Grove, Utah. The family suggest donations to the BYU Education Fund or the LDS Church Missionary Fund in lieu of flowers. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.olpinmortuary.com [Provo Daily Herald, Wednesday, January 7, 2009.] ~ ~ ~ ~ Jessie Hartvigsen wrote on Jan 8, 2009: "June was truly an amazing teacher. She taught our three oldest children, Laurie, Rick and Shelly at the BYU Lab School. She constantly did many extra things with and for them. We had many occasions of sledding, being welcomed at her home and etc. Her punishment to the children for wrong doing was to give her a kiss. It was often said that she is not only the best in Provo but in and beyond Utah. Her husband Lynn was one of the kindest men I've known. We send our warmest love and sympathy to you, Karen, Ramon and Robert and all the family. Jessie and family" ~ ~ ~ ~ Anne Lambert wrote on Jan 8, 2009: "June Searle was one of the finest teachers I have ever known. She taught our oldest daughter, Melinda, at the BYU Lab school. When I returned to BYU to obtain a certificate in Early Childhood Education, June was my teacher. She set the standard for teachers in her day. Thanks! and I am one who remembers the Sugar Plum Dream." [Comments also from the Provo Daily Herald.]

Gowans, Ephraim G.

Gowans, Ephraim G.
Provo, Utah US

Ephraim and Mary Gowans

Class of 1886? Class of 1892? Faculty & Staff. Ephraim [spelling is correct as he used it] G. Gowans, Mathematics teacher, 1891-1893. Educator and Physician. E. G. Gowans appears in a photograph held by the BYU Archives purporting to be "the first class to graduate from the new Academy Building, 1892." (UAP 2 Folder 037)

Grant, Sue

Sue Grant

Faculty & Staff 1965-66 - Secretary.

Green, Sadie M.

Green, Sadie M.
Provo, Utah US

Sadie Green

BY Academy High School Class of 1884. Sadie M. Green. Graduated Friday, June 13, 1884, with a Normal diploma. Source: Territorial Enquirer, Friday, June 13, 1884. Faculty & Staff. Sadie Green, Phonetics, Training School, 1883-1884.

Greenwood, Ella

Greenwood, Ella
Provo, Utah US

Ella Greenwood

Faculty & Staff. Ella Greenwood, teacher, 1937-1938. Hobby: teaching girls. Favorite sport: fencing.

Greenwood, Joshua

Greenwood, Joshua
Provo, Utah US

Joshua Greenwood

BY Academy High School Class of 1879. Joshua Greenwood. Normal diploma received April 4, 1879. Greenwood is the only graduate mentioned as a Class of 1879 graduate, although Closing was usually held in June. Source: Deseret Evening News, April 7, 1879. Faculty & Staff, Training School, 1879-1880.

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