BYA~BYH Faculty & Staff


Alphabetical Alumni
Poulson, Virginia B.

Poulson, Virginia B.
Provo, Utah US

Virginia Poulson

Faculty & Staff. Virgina B. Poulson, Domestic Science, Homeliving, Religion, Senior Problems, 1936-1937, 1952-1955.

Pratt, Valton M.

Pratt, Valton M.
Provo, Utah US

Valton Pratt

Faculty & Staff. Valton M. Pratt, Penmanship teacher, 1897-1900.

Preston, Sarah E.

Preston, Sarah E.
American Fork, Utah US

Sarah Preston

Brigham Young High School Graduate, Class of 1904 and 1905, Brigham Young University Graduate, Class of 1908, Faculty. Sarah E. Preston. In 1904 she also received a Special Certificate in Elocution. Source: Students Record of Class Standings B.Y. Academy, Book 2, Page 51. ~ ~ ~ ~ Brigham Young High School Graduate Class of 1905. Sarah E. Preston. She also received a Special Certificate in Nursing and Obstetrics. Source: Students Record of Class Standings B.Y. Academy, Book 2, Page 51. ~ ~ ~ ~ Brigham Young University Graduate, Class of 1908. Sarah E. Preston. She received the Bachelor of Arts degree (B.A.) in May of 1908. Source: Students Record of Class Standings B.Y. Academy, Book 2, Page 281. ~ ~ ~ ~ Faculty & Staff. Sarah E. Preston, Stenography teacher, 1902-1910. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYH Class of 1904 & 2005. Sarah E. Preston of American Fork, Utah, an academic High School student, BYA [& BYH] Class of 1904 & 2005 Listing of Fourth Year Students (seniors). Source: Brigham Young Academy & Normal Training School, Catalogues & Announcements, for 28th Academic Year, 1903-1904, pp. 171-172.

Priestley, Roberta Sorensen
9562 Nadine Street
Temple City, California 91780 US

Roberta and Don Priestley
  • Work: (626) 287-0091

Faculty & Staff. Roberta Sorensen Priestley [not Priestly]. Home Economics Teacher, 1967-68. BYU BA Home Economics Education 1959. Roberta Sorensen married Don E. Priestley. @2007

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Rasband, Mima

Rasband, Mima
Provo, Utah US

Mima Rasband

Faculty & Staff. Mima Rasband. Never married; teacher in BY Elementary, First Grade through 1968. ~ ~ ~ ~ OBITUARY: Provo City -- Mima Rasband, 94, passed away February 25, 2004 at the home of her nephew in Salt Lake City, Utah of causes incident to age. She was born May 13, 1909 in Heber City, Utah to Joseph A. and Eliza Ann Jeffs Rasband. She graduated from Wasatch High School as an Honor Student in 1927. She then entered the BYU Normal School. In two years she received a Normal Certificate, which prepared her to teach in elementary school. She was hired by the Provo City School District. Mima began her career teaching in the first grade at the Maeser School in Provo City. By going to summer school and evening classes she received a Masters of Education degree. She helped to open the Grandview Elementary School in Provo. Next she was hired by BYU where she taught First Grade in the Laboratory School. When the Laboratory School was closed in June of 1968, she was transferred to the Department of Education where she taught classes and worked with student teachers. She retired in 1975. Mima was an excellent teacher. She was a great example of loving and caring about all the students she taught. She loved teaching! She was a very active member of the LDS Church having served at the ward and stake levels as well as being a member of the Sunday School General Board. She traveled through out the United States with other board members giving Sunday School conventions. She also served as a temple worker in the Provo temple for 19 years. She was a compassionate sister, aunt and friend who touched hundreds of lives and was loved by all. Survived by brothers, Irving, Lincoln and Mark Rasband. Preceded in death by brothers Sylvan, Walter, Heber, Reed, Arthur Rasband and sister Mary Bacon. Funeral services were held Tuesday, March 2, 2004 in the Heber 6th Ward chapel. Interment, Heber City Cemetery. [Provo Daily Herald, February 28, 2004.]

Raty, Thomas Laine
284 E. 1838 S.
Orem, Utah 84058-7868 US

Laine and Clavell Raty
  • Work: 801-225-4315

Faculty & Staff 1960s, including 1963-64 - Art Teacher & Yearbook Advisor, 1964-1966 - Art Teacher. [Pron: RAYtee]. Raty, Thomas Laine, BS BYU 1950, MS BYU 1961, joined BYH-BYU faculty 1963, EdD Arizona State University 1985. Emeritus Faculty, BYU, Dept. of Visual Arts. Thomas Laine Raty and Jennie Clavell Brown Raty have five children: Dallas Laine (Janae) Raty, Janet Raty (Russell) Foutin, Lorna Raty (James Wilde Brown II) Brown, Brenda Raty (Dennis) Miller, and William Raty. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS WIFE'S OBITUARY: Jennie CLAVELL Brown Raty, 91, of Orem, Utah graduated from mortality Thursday, June 27, 2019 due to natural causes. She was born February 20, 1928 in Ogden, Utah, daughter of William Campion Brown and Jennie Almeda Dalton Brown. On February 13, 1948, she married Thomas Laine Raty for time and eternity in the Salt Lake City Temple. After their marriage they lived in Provo, Utah. In 1950, they moved to Burley Idaho, then to Ogden in 1953. In 1963, they moved their family of five children one last time to Orem, Utah. She excelled academically, attending Ogden City Schools, Weber College, and graduated Cum Laude with a BS in Home Economics Education from BYU in 1969, and then completed her MS in 1972. From 1973-1982 she spearheaded the Provo Teen Mothers program as Superintendent and teacher. She fulfilled a 4-year calling to the Harold B Lee Genealogy Library, writing and running the tour presentation with her husband. She also served three years on the Utah Mental Health Association Board representing the Provo School District. Clavell was a devoted role model and source of strength to her family and extended family. She enjoyed writing and editing many family histories and her own autobiography, family get togethers, music, piano solos and duets with son Bill, sewing for herself and family, wise frugality, gardening, cooking, and canning. She served in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and in the community. She and her husband took great joy in many activities with grandchildren. Clavell was preceded in death by her father and mother; brothers Dean Campion Brown and Thelone (Tony) Dalton Brown; daughter Lorna Raty Brown, and son Dallas Laine Raty. She is survived by her husband and three children: Janet Raty, Brenda Beth Raty Miller (Dennis), and son William “Bill” Charles Raty (Bill), 15 grandchildren, 35 great-grandchildren, and 1 great-great-grandchild. A viewing will be held 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. July 6, 2019 at Orem Cherry Hill 5th Ward, 135 E 2000 S, Orem, UT 84058, immediately followed by 11:30 a.m. memorial service. Interment will be at 2:15 pm in the Lindquist Washington Heights Memorial Park, 4500 Washington Blvd, Ogden, UT 84403. Condolences may be expressed to the family and a full obituary viewed at SundbergOlpinMortuary.com/notices/JClavell-Raty In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to https://ldsp-pay.ldschurch.org/donations/lds-church/humanitarian-services/humanitarian-aid-fund.html. [Provo Daily Herald, June 30, 2019]

Read, Edwin A.
3030 East 4550 South
Salt Lake City [Holladay], Utah 84117 US

Edwin and Kathryn Read
  • Work: (801) 277-7003

Faculty & Staff. Dr. Edwin A. Read. BYU 1959. He became Director of the BYU Laboratory Schools 1959 to 1962, during the time that Max Berryessa served as the 18th principal of BYH. Edwin married Kathryn Hale. ~ ~ ~ ~ Dr. Edwin A. Read was a primary leader of the so-called Continuous Progress Plan. Dr. Read visited Harvard University, and the U.S. Office of Education in Washington D.C., where he presented the plan to Commissioner Sterling McMurrin, and the Basset School District in LaPuente, California.

Reading, Lucille Cardon
Centerville, Utah US

Lucille and Keith E. Reading

BYH Faculty & Staff. Lucille Cardon Reading. She taught at Brigham Young High School. She married Keith E. Reading. Source. Lucille Reading died in March 1982. Source.

Rees, Nephi

Rees, Nephi
Provo, Utah US

Nephi Rees

Faculty & Staff. Nephi Rees, Training School, 1899-1900.

Reid, Claire William

Reid, Claire William
San Francisco, California US

Claire & 2 Reid

BY Academy High School Class of 1893. Clare Reid. He received a Certificate in Music from BYA. Source: Students Record of Class Standings B. Y. Academy, Book 1, page 32. ~ ~ Also Faculty & Staff. Claire M. [actually Clare William] Reid, Music teacher, 1902-1920. ~ ~ ~ ~ Clare William Reid was born on December 1, 1872 in Manti, Utah. His parents were William Taylor Reid and Adelaide Cox Reid. Clare Reid was a music instructor and he lived in San Francisco, California. He married twice: first to Ethel Lowry on October 9, 1895 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Ethel was born on July 6, 1873 in Manti, Utah. Ethel Reid died on October 25, 1899. Clare second married Lydia Catherine Thurman on June 8, 1909 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Lydia was born on May 2, 1882 in Lehi, Utah. Lydia died on May 27, 1964. Clare W. Reid died on April 3, 1958 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Cause of death: old age. His interment, Manti City Cemetery, Utah.

Reid, Dortha
Provo, Utah US

Dortha Reid

Faculty & Staff. Dortha (also Dorthea), Instructor in Home Economics, 1941-1946.

Reid, Ida

Reid, Ida

Ida Reid

Faculty & Staff Late 1950s, including 1957-58. Ida Reid. [This is not Ida Farnsworth Reid, BYA High School Class of 1901, who died in 1929.]

Reynolds, Alice Louise

Reynolds, Alice Louise
Provo, Utah US

Alice Reynolds

BY Academy High School Class of 1890, and Collegiate Classes of 1895, 1897 and 1910 (BYU), also Faculty. Alice Reynolds, BYA high school Normal Diploma. Source 1: Utah Enquirer, May 23, 1890. Alice Louise Reynolds. ~ ~ ~ ~ BY Academy Collegiate Normal Class of 1895. Alice Reynolds. Received title of Bachelor of Pedagogy (B. Pd.) on May 23, 1895. Source 2: Salt Lake Tribune, May 24, 1895. ~ ~ ~ ~ Source 3: Collegiate Class of 1895: Students Record of Class Standings B. Y. Academy, Book 1, page 66. ~ ~ ~ ~ BY Academy Collegiate Class of 1897. Alice Louise Reynolds. Received the degree of Bachelor of Didactics (B. D.) in May of 1897. Source: The (Provo) Daily Enquirer, May 27, 1897. ~ ~ ~ ~ Brigham Young University Class of 1910, B. A. Degree. Source: Students Record of Class Standings BY Academy, Book 1, page 66. ~ ~ ~ ~ BY Academy English teacher, 1895-1938. ~ ~ ~ ~ Alice Louise Reynolds appears in a photograph held by the BYU Archives of "the graduating Class of 1895" (UAP 2 Folder 038). ~ ~ ~ ~ Alice Louise Reynolds was born to George and Mary Ann (Tuddenhaum) Reynolds on April 1, 1873. She was only 6 when her father was imprisoned for plural marriage and only 12 when her mother died at the birth of the family's eleventh child. Soon after her mother's death, Alice and a younger sister were sent to Brigham Young Academy in Provo to study under Karl G. Maeser. Alice also attended the new Salt Lake City Academy and Brigham Young College in Logan. In 1889 she returned to Brigham Young Academy and graduated with a high school Normal Diploma in May, 1890. The new principal of the Academy, Benjamin Cluff, Jr., visited with Miss Reynolds shortly after graduation and convinced her to attend the University of Michigan to prepare herself for a teaching opportunity at Brigham Young Academy. Alice Louise Reynolds was among the first Mormon women to go East for university study. After studying in Michigan for two years, she returned to the Academy where she received a Bachelor of Pedagogy degree in 1895. In 1897 she was awarded a Bachelor of Didactics degree by the Church Board of Education, and in 1910 she received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the new Brigham Young University. Miss Reynolds was the first woman to teach college-level courses at BYA and taught all of the literature classes until 1903, when Brigham Young Academy was dissolved, and replaced by Brigham Young High School and Brigham Young University. She was also the first woman to become a full professor at BYU and was an active member of the Utah and National Education Associations. Her thirst for knowledge led her to continue her education throughout her life. She did graduate work at the University of Chicago, Cornell, Berkeley, and Columbia. She also studied in London and Paris. Alice Louise Reynolds was politically active and served as a national Democratic committeewoman and as a delegate to the national convention of the Democratic Party. She also served as a delegate to several women's organizations, including the General Federation of Women's Clubs, the National American Women Suffrage Conventions, and the League of Women Voters at the Pan American Convention. In 1906 a faculty library committee was formed to help establish an adequate library for Brigham Young Academy. Miss Reynolds was a member of the committee from its inception and served as its chair for 19 years. She is especially remembered for her determination to build the library book collection. She headed a fund-raising drive to purchase a major private library held by a Provo judge, J.W.N. Whitecotton. Her active leadership made it possible to obtain the 1,200-volume collection when the school lacked the funds to purchase the books. Later, she organized several campaigns to obtain books and acquire funds which helped the library holdings increase to 100,000 volumes at the time of her death in 1938. Church callings were an important part of her life. She served for 20 years as a member of the Utah Stake Board of the Young Womens Mutual Improvement Association. In 1923 she was called to the General Board of the Relief Society. She became the editor of the Relief Society Magazine, serving in this position for 7 years concurrently with her teaching responsibilities at BYU. She was also instrumental in adding literary lessons to the Relief Society curriculum. Throughout her life Miss Reynolds had many friends and admirers. She was so well respected that former pupils formed a club in her honor. The Alice Louise Reynolds Clubs eventually consisted of 16 official chapters throughout the United States. Alice Louise Reynolds died of cancer on December 5, 1938. In her memory, and in conjunction with the dedication of the Harold B. Lee Library addition in 1977, the Alice Louise Reynolds Room was named as a memorial and permanent tribute to this remarkable teacher and friend of the library. The Alice Louise Reynolds Lecture Series has been established in her honor to feature prominent guest speakers in literature, bibliography, and public service. It is through the generosity of members of the Alice Louise Reynolds Clubs and other Friends of the Library that the endowment for an annual lectureship has been made possible. Unselfish service has a lasting effect on what it touches. The unselfish touch of Alice Louise Reynolds can still be felt at Brigham Young University. The Harold B. Lee Library can trace its beginnings to a committee on which Miss Reynolds served, first as a member and later as chair. She devoted many years to building the dream of a large and comprehensive university library at BYU. Today the Harold B. Lee Library, with almost 3,000,000 volumes, stands as a monument to her dedication and vision. ~ ~ ~ ~ Alice Louise Reynolds was the first woman to be named a full professor at Brigham Young University, in 1911. She is credited with starting what is now the Harold B. Lee Library, and her students organized the Alice Louise Reynolds Reading Club in her name, of which there are 16 active chapters in the United States today. She was a member of the Relief Society General Board and editor of the Relief Society Magazine. She was born in Salt Lake City on April 1, 1873, and died in Provo on Dec. 5, 1938.

Reynolds, Bufaye

Bufaye Reynolds

Faculty & Staff 1960s, including 1963-64 - Home Economics Teacher. President, Utah Association for Career and Technical Education (UACTE), 1996-1997 Bufaye Reynolds. Winter Conference: Marketable Education in a High Tech World, Saturday, February 8, 1997-UVSC, President: Bufaye Reynolds.

Reynolds, George

Reynolds, George
Provo, Utah US

George Reynolds

Faculty & Staff. George Reynolds, Religion teacher, 1893-1902.

Rich, Stella P.

Rich, Stella P.
Provo, Utah US

Stella Rich

Faculty & Staff. Stella P. Rich, English teacher, 1932-1939. Hobby: building a house.

Richardson, S. C.

Richardson, S. C.
Provo, Utah- US

S. C. Richardson

Faculty & Staff. S. C. Richardson (M or F?), Spanish teacher, 1899-1900.

Rigby, Avard A.
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Avard and Virginia Rigby

Faculty & Staff. Avard A. Rigby. Director of the BYU Laboratory Schools from 1957 to 1959. Also served as Principal of Stewart Laboratory School, University of Utah. National Association of Laboratory Schools Collection, (1926-2004) COLL MSS 287. Historical Note: In 1958, the Laboratory School Administrators Association (LSAA) was founded and sought to oversee the growth and promotion of lab schools across the nation. The first president of LSAA was Avard A. Rigby, then of Brigham Young University Laboratory Schools. In its early years, LSAA faced challenges due to a lack of funding and a small staff. During the late 1960s and early 1970s, discussions were held on how to improve the organization. In 1971, LSAA changed its name to the National Association of Laboratory Schools (NALS). By 1974, new by-laws were in place, the organizational structure was revamped, and the title of NALS was officially adopted. Currently, NALS has 100 laboratory school members, and sponsors an annual national conference. Sources; NALS, Laboratory Schools: An Educational Resource, Curriculum Research & Development Group, Honolulu. 1991 pg 219—222. (Located in this collection, Series II, Sub-series C, Box 3, Fd 3) NALS website; http://www.edinboro.edu/cwis/education/nals/nalshome.htm ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS WIFE'S OBITUARY: Virginia Mary Daniels Rigby. Virginia passed away at home in Salt Lake City on March 5, 2004. She was born in San Diego on March 9, 1918, the daughter of Shirley K. and Milda P. Daniels. She grew up in Mt. Emmons, Uinta Basin, alongside her brother Courtney R. Daniels and her sister, June D. Mecham. Virginia married Avard A. Rigby in the Salt Lake Temple on August 23, 1939 and raised two sons, Barry and Dwight. The family lived in Roosevelt, Vernal, Salt Lake City, Provo and Bangkok, Thailand, making lifelong friends in each place. Since 1963, Virginia and Avard have made their home in Salt Lake. Virginia is survived by her husband, brother, sister, two sons, two lovely daughters-in-law, Leilani and Kim, and seven grandchildren: Brett, Fiona, Brennan, Metasabia, Michael, Mark and Julieanne. [Deseret News, Sunday, March 7, 2004.]

Robbins, Rhea
Provo, Utah US

Rhea Robbins

Faculty & Staff. Instructor in Physical Education, 1942-43.

Robinson, William [J. William]

Robinson, William [J. William]
Salt Lake City, Utah US

William and Birda Robinson

Brigham Young University Graduate, Class of 1908. J. William Robinson. He received the Bachelor of Arts degree (B. A.) in May of 1908. Source: Annual Record, B. Y. University, BYU Records Office, Book 3, Page 365. Faculty & Staff. J. William Robinson, Preparatory School & Business Law, 1907-1908, 1922-1925. ~ ~ ~ Congressman James William Robinson, a Representative from Utah; born in Coalville, Summit County, Utah, January 19, 1878. His parents were John Robinson and Jane Ruff Robinson. He attended public schools; graduated from Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah. He married Emily Deborah (Birda) Billings on September 16, 1905 in Salt Lake City, Utah. He graduated from the law school of the University of Chicago in 1912. He was a teacher at Brigham Young High School; principal of Uinta Academy, Vernal, Utah, and of the Wasatch High School, Heber, Utah; admitted as member of the bar of the State of Utah in 1912; engaged in practice of law in Provo, Utah County, Utah, 1912-1933; County Attorney of Utah County 1918-1921; Democratic candidate for Attorney General of Utah in 1924; member of the Board of Regents of the University of Utah 1925-1935; elected as a Democrat to the Seventy-third through the six succeeding Congresses (March 4, 1933-January 3, 1947); chairman, Committee on Public Lands (Seventy-sixth and Seventy-seventh Congresses), Committee on Roads (Seventy-eighth and Seventy-ninth Congresses); unsuccessful candidate for reelection in 1946 to the Eightieth Congress; served as director of grazing in the Office of Land Management, Interior Department, Washington, D.C., from January 3, 1947, to January 31, 1949; returned to Salt Lake City, Utah; died in Escondido, California, December 2, 1964. Interment, Provo City Cemetery, Utah. William and Birda Robinson had six children: 1. William Junius Robinson, born June 4, 1906 in Jensen, Uintah County, Utah, and died February 2, 1996 in Kensington, Maryland; 2. Ronald Billings Robinson, born December 10, 1908 in Heber, Utah, and died November 2, 1909; 3. Ruth Robinson [BYH Class of 1931] (Robert F.) Harris, born May 20, 1913 in Provo, Utah, and died September 26, 2005, in Escondido, California; 4. George B. Robinson [BYH Class of 1935], born about 1917; 5. Maree Robinson, [female] born September 16, 1919 in Provo, Utah, and died on December 18, 1989 in Bethesda, Maryland, interment in Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia; and 6. John Billings Robinson, born February 18, 1924 in Provo Utah, and died March 9, 1924 in Provo.

Rogers, Juanita Taft

Rogers, Juanita Taft
Provo, Utah US

Juanita Rogers

BYH Faculty. Juanita Taft Rogers. She served as a Physical Education teacher on the BYH faculty circa 1959. She was the director and faculty advisor for the BYH Hi Steppers, the school's precision drill team for young women. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents are Milton Lee Taft and LaVern Forsyth Taft. Milton and LaVern Taft had two sons and four daughters: Karl Milton Taft, Cula Taft Ekker and Milton Lee Taft, Jr., Bicknell, Utah; Arleen Taft Johnson and Juanita Taft Rogers, Provo, Utah; and Dixie LaVern Taft Bowler, Bunkerville, Nevada. ~ ~ ~ ~ Juanita Taft Rogers married J. Keith Rogers in 1956 and they were divorced in 1980. After leaving BYH, Juanita became a highly successful realtor. Juanita and Keith had one daughter, Lisa Rogers. Lisa was born August 25, 1961 in St. George, Utah. She married Eddie James Bullock on September 18, 1990 in Springville, Utah. Lisa graduated from the University of Utah, Magna Cum Laude with a double degree in biology and anthropology. She was in the process of completing her Ph.D. in Anthropology when she died in 1996 at age 35, in Salt Lake City of heart failure due to hemochromatosis, a rare genetic disease. She danced with "Zivio," a civic folk dancing group, where she designed and constructed costumes. She was an expert seamstress, and made her own patterns. Lisa loved gardening and any kind of flowers. She was an artist with fabric and design. She designed and made her own wedding tiara. She loved children and her dog, "Jessie" a golden Labrador. She was an environmental scientist with the department of Environmental Quality, Division of Water Quality, for the State of Utah. More about Hemochromatosis. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Juanita Taft Rogers was born on August 23, 1934, and she lived until February 7, 2013. After battling recurrent cancer, Juanita Taft Rogers succumbed to the disease early on the morning of February 7th in Redondo Beach, California. She passed peacefully in her sleep and was surrounded by family and friends in her final days on this earth. Born the fourth of six children to Milton Lee Taft Sr. and Lavern Forsythe Taft in Bicknell, Utah, Juanita's life was one of leadership, accomplishment, and steadfast work. From the early honors of small-town Utah, including Wayne County rodeo queen and graduating valedictorian of Wayne High School's class of 1953, Juanita went on to graduate from Brigham Young University with honors; where she competed as a Cougarette, varsity basketball player and held class office and various other leadership positions. Married in 1958 to James Keith Rogers of Blanding, Utah, Juanita raised a family of four children, while becoming a skilled school teacher, a talented choreographer/dance leader, and real-estate developer. Through it all, Juanita honored the heritage of the Taft family, nurtured a Mensa-level intellect, and easily deployed a rapier wit. "Mrs. R." will long be remembered by the accomplished dance teams she led at BY High (the "High Steppers") and Duchesne High School as well as at Dixie College. The choir in Oak Hills Second Ward never shone brighter than with "Sister R" at the helm, demanding excellence. In later years, Juanita's life was punctuated by both joy and tragedy "with the birth of five grandchildren, whom she loved and tirelessly mentored, and the unfortunate death of her oldest daughter, Lisa Rogers Bullock, PhD. in 1996" the latter with whom she now shares a grateful reunion. A devout member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, she held a variety of creative and leadership positions and passed from this world with the sure knowledge of her eternal journey. Sister Rogers is survived by her children Dr. J. Keith Rogers, PhD. of Albion, Idaho and three children; Taft Rogers of Boise, Idaho, Dr. Tiffany Rogers, M.D. of Redondo Beach, California and Courtney Rogers of Simi Valley, California, her six beloved grandchildren, and three siblings; Cuela Taft Ecker, Milton Lee Taft Jr. and Dixie Taft Bolwer. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m., Friday, February 15, 2013 in the Berg Drawing Room Chapel, 185 East Center Street, Provo, Utah. Friends may call at the mortuary Thursday evening from 6 until 8. Interment, Bicknell Cemetery, Bicknell, Utah. Condolences may be emailed to info@bergmortuary.com [Provo Daily Herald, Sunday, February 10, 2013.]

Rusk, Carol

Carol Rusk

Faculty & Staff 1964-65 - Secretary.

Rydalch, William Edward

Rydalch, William Edward
South Pasadena, California US

William and Eva Rydalch

BY Academy High School Class of 1889, BY Academy Collegiate Class of 1894. In 1889 William Rydalch received a high school Certificate: Elocution. Source: Utah Enquirer, May 28, 1889. ~ ~ ~ ~ BY Academy Collegiate Class of 1894. W. E. Rydalch received his B. Pd. Degree from BY Academy in the Class of 1894. Source 1: Students Record of Class Standings B. Y. Academy, Book 1, page 14. Source 2: Ogden Standard Examiner, May 26, 1894. ~ ~ ~ ~ Faculty & Staff. William E. Rydalch, Law & Geography teacher, 1885-1896, 1902-1904. ~ ~ ~ ~ William Edward Rydalch was born on June 27, 1868 in Grantsville, Utah. His parents were William Mitten Rydalch and Margaret Whitesides Hunter Rydalch. He married Eva Robison on October 29, 1890. She was born on January 17, 1874 in Fillmore, Utah. She died on March 26, 1913. Her parents were Joseph Vickery Robison and Martha Jane Olmstead Robison. W. E. Rydalch died on May 12, 1941 in South Pasadena, California. His interment, Salt Lake City Cemetery, Utah.

Sainsberry, Robert

Sainsberry, Robert
Provo
Utah, US

Robert Sainsberry

Faculty & Staff. Robert Sainsberry, Training School & Chemistry teacher, 1904-1906.

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