Class of 1943 H.S.



Class of 1943 H.S.'s Website

Alphabetical Alumni

Horgan, Neil
2827 Nevis Circle
Costa Mesa, California 92626-3537 US

Neil Horgan
  • Home: (714)546-8860

Class of 1943. Neil Horgan. San Marino High School 2, College enrollment 3. ~ ~ ~ ~ Address 1: Neil Horgan, (Home) 2827 Nevis Cir, Costa Mesa, CA 92626-3537 - (714) 546-8860. Address 2: Neil J. & Tina M. Horgan, (Home) 120 Eucalyptus Ln, Costa Mesa, CA 92627-5160 - (949) 650-5207. @2008

Jackson, Joseph W.
3449 Navajo Lane
Provo, Utah 84604-4811 US

Joe and Carma Jackson
  • Home: (801) 374-0586

Class of 1943. Joe Jackson. Social Chairman 2, Basketball 1, Football 1-2, Baseball 1, Boys' Organization 1-2, Lettermans' Club 3, Minstrel 1. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU 1950. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: Henry Jackson and Amanda Rozilla Allred Jackson. They had seven children, two boys and five girls: Amy Jackson [BYH Class of 1921] (Edward H.) Berrett; Orrin Henry Jackson [BYH Class of 1923] (Rilla Jacobson); Audrey Jackson [BYH Class of 1926] Hiller; Ellen Jackson [BYH Class of 1932 or 1933?] Orgill, Phoenix, Arizona; Louise Jackson (Max) Hunt, Snowflake, Arizona; Joseph W. [BYH Class of 1943] (Carma) Jackson, Provo; Rachel Jackson (Grant W.) Baker, Salt Lake City. The family moved from Fountain Green, Utah to Provo in the 1920s. ~ ~ ~ ~ Joe married Carma. ~ ~ ~ ~ Alternate address: J Oil Company, Box 1234, Provo, Utah 84601 - (801) 374-7610.

James, Jean
601 River Heights Blvd
Logan, Utah 84321 US

Jean James

Class of 1943. Jean James. Notre Maison 3, Girl's Athletic Association 3, Provo High School 2.

Jeffcott, Virginia Rosina

Jeffcott, Virginia Rosina
Coos Bay, Oregon US

Virginia & Joseph Bourell

Class of 1943. Virginia Rosina Jeffcott. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Virginia Rosina (Jeffcott) Bourell. Jan. 3, 1925 -- Dec. 25, 2007. A memorial service was held for Virginia Rosina (Jeffcott) Bourell, 82, of North Bend at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 5, 2008, at New Horizon Assembly of God, 200 Ackerman, in Coos Bay with Pastor John Norman officiating. Virginia was born Jan. 3, 1925, in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Vernon and Carrie (Bohi) Jeffcott. She died Dec. 25, 2007, in North Bend of mesotheliomia cancer. Virginia married Joseph E. Bourell in 1946, in Portland. They had four daughters and one son. She graduated from Brigham Young High School in Provo, Utah, in 1943, and received her registered nursing degree from the University of Utah in 1946. Her nursing career spanned from 1946 to 1995. She practiced her nursing at various hospitals and nursing facilities in Salt Lake City and North Bend. The family lived between Oregon and Utah until 1977, when they became permanent residents of North Bend. She became a part of the community attending Southwestern Community College and working actively in South Coast Christian Center, now known as New Horizon A/G. Virginia will be best remembered for her love of the beautiful Oregon Coast, involvement in teaching Sunday school and her nonjudgmental, loving attitude. She was a person who lived her faith daily. Virginia is survived by her beloved husband of 61 years, Joe; son, Joe Bourell of North Bend; daughters, Carrie Atwood of Mesa, Ariz., Jeannie Clinton of Turlock, Calif., Danna Griffith of Harrisburg and Beth Ann Bourell of North Bend; 19 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; many nieces, nephews, cousins; many friends; and her treasured cats. She was preceded in death by her parents; sister, Helen (Jeffcott) Gilmore; brother, Morgan Jeffcott; granddaughter, Sara Clinton; and grandson, Grady Bourell. [The World, Coos Bay, Oregon January 4, 2008.]

Jenkins, Douglas

Jenkins, Douglas
Orem, Utah US

Douglas and Beverly Jenkins

Class of 1943. Douglas Jenkins. Tennis 1-2-3, Basketball 1-2-3, Boys' Organization 1-2, Junior Class Vice President 2, Representative Boy 3, Lettermans' Club 3, Social Chairman 1. ~ ~ ~ ~ Doug Jenkins attended BYU Elementary & BYH from grades 1 to 12. He served in the Infantry and in the Air Force, 1943 to 1946. He was wounded in the Battle of the Bulge. At BYU he earned a BA in 1951 (Education), and MA in 1953 (Music & Composition), and an EDD in 1973 (Education Administration). He married Beverly Gibbons in 1950, and they have 9 children, seven daughters and two sons. Doug taught music, seminary and institute for the Church Education System. @2010 ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Douglas Jenkins, son of William Clayton and Nettie Douglas Jenkins, passed away in his home on May 23, 2014 at the age of 90 surrounded by his family. He was born on Christmas Day 1923 in Provo, Utah, the youngest of five children. He and his wife Beverly are the parents of nine children: Lorraine Pribyl (Steve), Gail Richards (Steve), David Jenkins (Marilyn), Lisa Dunkley (Kevin), Amy Robinson (Trace), Bonnie Wixom (Alan), Jim Jenkins (Eliece), Nancy Kreyling (Dan), Julie Elcock (Brian) and foster son, Emerson Curtis. They are the grandparents of 44 grandchildren and 41 great-grandchildren. His brothers William, Melvin, and Burke preceded him in death. He is survived by his sister, Beth Potter. Douglas attended BYU Junior and Senior High Schools where he served in student government, played basketball, and excelled in tennis. He graduated in 1943 and was drafted into the U.S. Army a few weeks after graduation during WWII. He fought in Belgium and was wounded in the Battle of the Bulge for which he received the honor of the Purple Heart. After recuperating for nearly a year, he returned home to Provo and attended BYU. He studied business and music and played on the BYU golf team. He earned his BA and MA degrees in music and a doctoral degree in education at BYU. He met Beverly Dawn Gibbons from Holbrook, Arizona, during college; they were married on June 6, 1950 in the Logan Temple. He began his teaching career in St. Johns, Arizona, teaching band, orchestra and choir classes at the high school (1954-1959). He made a career change and began teaching for the LDS Church Education System. Douglas taught seminary in St. George, Utah (1959-1964); served as the Institute Director at the University of Pacific in Stockton, California (1966-1972); directed the Institute Choir and taught at the Institute at Utah State University in Logan, Utah (1972-1979); and worked in administration at the Utah Valley Area Office (1979-1987). After his retirement, Douglas and Beverly served a humanitarian mission teaching English in the schools in Bangkok, Thailand. They loved their mission and the Thai people dearly. Douglas has served in the LDS Church as a primary teacher, choir director, on several high councils, bishop of the BYU 140th ward, as a temple worker with his wife, and most recently as patriarch of the Orem Sunset Heights Stake. He will be remembered for his love of the Gospel, his example in living it, his loyalty and respect for his wife and family, his love of freedom and country, his sense of humor, his love of music, his tenderness with animals, his love of nature, and his courage to endure to the end as he fought leukemia. Thanks and sincere appreciation to Dr. Richard K. Olsen and Ephraim Temple for your tender care. Funeral services will be held at 11:30 a.m., Saturday, May 31, 2014 at the Sunset Heights 4th Ward Chapel, 500 South 600 West, Orem, Utah. Friends may call at the church Saturday from 9 - 11 a.m. prior to services. Interment, Orem City Cemetery. [Provo Daily Herald, May 27, 2014]

Jones, Marion
1550 North Stapley Drive, Unit 125
Mesa, Arizona 85203 US

Marion and Virgil Harris
  • Home: (480) 833-7243

Class of 1943. Marion Jones. Fauvines 1-2-3, Notre Maison 2-3, Thespians 1-2-3, Thespian Secretary 3, Wildcat yearbook 2-3, Banter newspaper 1-2-3, School play 2, Thespian play 3, French Club 2, Girls' Athletic Association 1-2, Forensics 1.2, Opera 2. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU BA Political Science 1947. Marion Jones married Virgil Harris in 1947. They moved to New York where he attended Columbia University. Following graduation, Virgil was employed by the CIA. The Harris family lived in Virginia, Germany, Uruguay, and Brazil. Following a back injury, Virgil retired, and they moved to Mesa, Arizona. They have four children and many grandchildren. Marion and Virgil have served a mission in Spain.

Killpack, Lovell A., Jr.

Killpack, Lovell A., Jr.
Orem, Utah US

Lovell and Beverly Killpack

Class of 1943. Lovell A. Killpack, Jr. Thespian play 3, Radio play 2-3, Football 2, Cantata 3, Provo High School 1. His parents: Lovell Albert Killpack, Sr., and Hazel Foote Killpack, married in 1924 in Salt Lake City. Their children: Lovell A. Killpack, Jr. [BYH Class of 1943] married Beverly J. Brown; Kenneth L. Killpack [BYH Class of 1949] married Doris Romboy; Weston F. Killpack [BYH Class of 1954] married Lois Arlene Pope; and Myra Killpack [BYH Class of 1966~Honorary] married Thomas Prince. A cousin of theirs was also a BYH graduate in the Class of 1953, Marjorie Killpack, married Darrell Bushnell. ~ ~ ~ ~ Following graduation from BYH, Lovell became a fighter pilot in the Air Force. Japan surrendered before he was called overseas. He met his future wife, Beverly, while he was stationed at Luke Field, Arizona, and they were married in 1946. Following the war, Lovell went to work for KOVO Radio in Provo, and attended BYU. He graduated in 1949 in Fine Arts. In 1953 he started and served as president of a commercial communications company. He has served as a bishop and high counselor, and he and Beverly have served in the Provo Temple. They filled a mission together to New York. They have 6 children and many grandchildren. Lovell has written an account of his BYH years. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Lovell Albert Killpack, Jr., 94, of Orem, UT passed away peacefully in his home on August 26, 2019. Born on April 30, 1925 in Provo, Utah, he is the eldest son of Lovell Albert and Hazel Foote Killpack. Lovell has always had an inquisitive mind and thirst for learning. He graduated from Brigham Young High School in the Class of 1943. The then went on to earn a bachelor’s degree at Brigham Young University in communications, and NBC Broadcast School in Los Angeles. Lovell developed a passion for amateur “ham” radios and built his first AM radio at age eleven. As a teenager, he was in contact with ham operators in Honolulu when the bombing of Pearl Harbor commenced. He later worked as the engineer and broadcast journalist for KOVO Radio. At age 90 he made the international ARRL DXCC Honor Roll for reaching a rare milestone of making radio contact with 333 countries. Lovell entered military service in 1943 and trained as a fighter pilot of the P-51 Mustang. He met his best friend, Beverly Jean Brown, at a Church dance in her hometown of Phoenix, AZ while on military pilot training. They were sealed for time and all eternity in the Salt Lake Temple on January 30, 1946. World War II ended one week before he was to be deployed. In 1949 he re-enlisted as a communications officer in the Air Force Ready Reserves. He retired as a Lieutenant-Colonel after 42 years of military service. Lovell’s passions include a love for all people, desire to serve, family history and temple service, radio, photography and fishing. He turned his passion for radios into a thriving business. He opened the area from Price, Utah to the Point of the Mountain for all installation and maintenance of all police and emergency vehicle 2-way radio networks. As an adept entrepreneur, Lovell soon launched Radio Communications Service, a now successful multi-generational business on State Street in Orem. Lovell's exemplification of hard work, empathy, and resilience in everything he did made him a community role model and cherished friend wherever he went. A man of steadfast faith and unshakable dedication, he also served in many rewarding callings in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints throughout his life. Later in life, Lovell and Beverly entered missionary service together on Long Island in the New York, New York Mission from 1978-79. Lovell is preceded in death by his parents Lovell Albert and Hazel Foote Killpack, brother Garth Killpack, sister Marilyn Meldrum, grandson David Miller, and great-grandson Daniel Johnson. He is survived by his wife Beverly, siblings Kenneth (Doris), Weston (Lois), Elaine Johnson (Wayne), Myra Prince (Tom), children Karen Miller (Larry), Vickie Hess (Stephen), Kim (Ann), Peggy Rice (Terry), Jan Johnson (Ronald), Chris (Shelby), thirty-three grandchildren, ninety four great-grandchildren, one great-great grandchild, many nieces and nephews, and countless friends who love and will miss him dearly. A viewing will be held on Friday, August 30, 2019 at the Hillcrest 3rd Ward chapel/Stake Center, 1450 S 800 E, Orem, UT from 6:00-8:00 PM and again the following morning from 11:00-12:30 PM prior to the funeral services. Funeral services will be held Saturday, August 31 at 1:00 PM in the Hillcrest 3rd Ward chapel/Stake Center. Interment with Military Honors will be in the Orem City Cemetery at 1520 N 800 E (NE quadrant). Condolences may be sent to the family at www.walkersanderson.com. A more detailed obituary can be found at the same website. Source.

Larsen, Stephen L.

Larsen, Stephen L.
St. George, Utah US

Steve Larsen

Class of 1943. Stephen L. "Steve" Larsen. Senior Class President, 1942-1943. Lettermans' Club 3, Boys' Organization 1-2, Football 2, Sophomore Secretary 1, Debate 2. ~ ~ ~ ~ He worked for 30 years for his father's company, the P.S. Larsen Company, then began working in security at Valley Bank in Salt Lake City. He retired to live in St. George, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Stephen L. Larsen - "Popi". Our beloved father and friend, Stephen L. Larsen, 83, died Saturday, March 21, 2009, in Salt Lake City of age-related illness. He was born in Provo, Utah on February 13, 1926, to Parley L. Larsen and Jane Bee Larsen. He attended Provo City schools, BYU High School (graduating in 1943), BYU, the University of Utah, and the Milwaukee School of Engineering. He served in the Pacific Theatre in World War II on the aircraft carrier SS Franklin, a heavily damaged aircraft carrier, before joining his father in the mechanical contracting business. He married Ellen Ashworth; they were later divorced. He married Elsie Driggs, who later died. Stephen is survived by three children: Sara Jane Larsen Hofmann (George B.) of Sandy, Utah; Erik A. Larsen (Jane) of Trabuco Canyon, California; and Stephen A. Larsen (Cindy) of West Jordan, Utah. Also surviving are eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren; two sisters, Virginia Larsen Simmons and Marion Larsen Nelson of Provo, Utah; and numerous nieces and nephews. Brothers Paul W. Larsen and Dan Larsen preceded him in death. He was a lifelong member of the LDS Church. He enjoyed working on the Church's welfare farm, and participating in father-and-son campouts. He served twice as president of the Utah State Mechanical Contractors Association, and as owner of P.L. Larsen Mechanical Contractors, supervising the mechanical work on numerous buildings in the Intermountain area. These buildings included the original Salt Palace, Saint Mark's Hospital, and the Marriott Activity Center at BYU. Stephen, a charter member of the Riverside Country Club, was a low-handicap golfer and loved playing golf with family and friends. From an early age, he enjoyed skiing, fishing and duck hunting. He enthusiastically followed football and basketball at BYU. The family is grateful for the loving caregivers from the Sarah Daft Home, Golden Living Retirement, Sandy Regional Care, and Larry Dixon of the Veterans Admin. Funeral services will be held Thursday March 26, 2009, 12:00 noon at Larkin Mortuary, 260 East South Temple where friends may call one hour prior to services. Interment: Mt. Olivet Cemetery. In lieu of flowers please make donations to the Primary Children's Hospital. "Home is the sailor, home from the sea, And the hunter home from the hill." [Deseret News, Monday, March 23, 2009.]

Law, David Andrew

Law, David Andrew
Rolla, Missouri US

David and Darlene Law

Class of 1943. David A. Law. Buhl High School 2, Thespians 3, Debate 3, College enrollment 3. ~ ~ ~ ~ David Andrew Law was born February 2, 1925 in Blackfoot, Idaho. His parents were Hugh Wing Law and Doris Petria Toner Law. David married Mildred Darlene Colovich on November 28, 1945 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Author: Dr. David A. Law, From Samaria to Samarkand: The Ten Lost Tribes of Israel (Lanham, Md.: University Press of America, 1992). He and his wife, Darlene Law, had three children, Georgia, Douglas, and Sylvia. After graduating from BY High in 1943, David served as a radarman on an aircraft carrier in WWII. He returned and earned a BA degree and an MA degree from BYU in political science and the Russian languge. He then worked in Washington, D.C in government for a few years, then taught high school in Salt Lake City while earning his Ph.D from the Univeristy of Utah. After graduating with the Ph.d in School Administration, he was hired to teach the Russian language and Russian Civilization at the Univeristy of Missouri-Rolla. After he retired, he and his wife served a mission in Moscow, Russia. @2010

Madson, Parke

Madson, Parke
Idaho Falls, Idaho, Reliance,Wyoming US

Parke Madson

Class of 1943, & Faculty & Staff 1950s, including 1955-58, Accounting & Economics Teacher. Malad High School, Sophomore high school year. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Parke Madson, 76, of Idaho Falls, died January 9, 2002, at his home of natural causes. He was born April 28, 1925, at Malad, to John Madson and Ann Amelia Clark Madson. He grew up in Malad and attended schools in Idaho, Wyoming, and Utah, graduating from Brigham Young High School in Provo, Utah in 1943. He graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor's Degree in Accounting and Office Practice, then obtained his Master's Degree from Indiana University. He served in the U. S. Navy during World War II. He was a Professor of Economics for Western Wyoming Junior College in Rock Springs, Wyoming for many years. He also taught accounting at LDS Business College in Salt Lake City, and at Brigham Young High School and Brigham Young University. He came to Idaho Falls seven years ago to be near his brother, Grant. He also maintained a home in Reliance, Wyoming. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, and continued study of Economics. Surviving are: Brother: Jack Madson, Malad, ID Brother: Grant Madson, Idaho Falls, ID Sister: Amelia Garrick, Laguna Beach, CA and numerous nieces and nephews He was preceded in death by his parents, five brothers, Earl Madson, James Madson, and Rex Madson, Orville Madson, Orlin Madson and two sisters, Hattie Knight and Elva Williams. A gathering for family and friends was held Monday, January 14, 2002, at the Wood Chapel of the Pines. Burial was in Ammon Cemetery under the direction of Wood Funeral Home. Military Rites were performed by the Bonneville County Veterans Team. Source.

Marshall, Marie
8416 Remmet Ave
Canoga Park, California 91304-2640 US

Marie and E. Monty Miner
  • Work: 818-998-0246
  • Home: 818-341-2277

Class of 1943. Marie Marshall. Fauvines 2-3, Fauvine Secretary-Treasurer 3, Notra Maison 1-2-3, College enrollment 3, Girls' Athletic Association 1-2, G.A.A. Secretary 2. ~ ~ ~ ~ Marie Marshall graduated from BYU with a BS in Microbiology in 1947, and married Ernest Monty Miner that same year. They moved to California and have lived in the San Fernando Valley since 1954. Marie worked as a Lab Technician until 1950, then during the next nine years they had 5 children, all of whom have graduated from college. Marie has worked in her husband's medical office [Ernest Monty Miner, M.D., BYU BS Zoology 1949; University of Southern California - L.A., M.D. in 1952] since 1976. They particularly enjoy dancing, including round and square dancing. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents: Dr. Milton Marshall [BYH Class of 1914] and Julia Taylor Marshall.

Mecham, J. L.
PO Box 1069
Provo, Utah 84603 US

J. L. & Charlotte Mecham
  • Home: (801) 224-6624

Class of 1943. J. L. Mecham (full name unknown). Boys' Organization 2, Track 1, Football 2, Spanish Club 3, Lettermans' Club 3. ~ ~ ~ ~ Following graduation from BYH, J.L. spent 33 months in the Seabees (the Seabees are the Construction Battalions [CBs] of the United States Navy), then returned to attend BYU and work at farming. In 1950 he started work with his father in the abstract business, and in 1959 J.L. took over the Provo Abstract Company. He married Charlotte Robinson in 1949, and they have 5 children and many grandchildren. Several of their children have worked in the family business, including Kevin J. Mecham, who currently serves as President. His email: kevin@provoabs.com The children of J.L. and Charlotte Mecham: Kristine Mecham; Michele Mecham (Rick) Dugdale; Kevin J. Mecham; Matthew A. (Kristin) Mecham; and a daughter who died in infancy. ~ ~ ~ ~ Alternate address: 35 S. 980 W., Orem, Utah 84058 - 801-375-7570.

Merrill, Deanne

Merrill, Deanne
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Deanne & Grant Nelson

Class of 1943. Deanne Merrill. Student Body Vice President, 1942-1943 (3). Banter newspaper Editor 2. Fauvines 2-3, Fauvine Vice-President 3, Thespians 2-3, Opera 2, Girls' Athletic Association 3, Notre Maison 2-3, Thespian play 3, School play 3, Banter newspaper 2-3, Wildcat yearbook 2, Pantomime 2, College enrollment 3, Trio 3, Orchestra Concert Master 2-3, Provo High School 1. Deanne Merrill married Grant F. Nelson. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Deanne Merrill Nelson, 67, of Salt Lake City, died October 14, 1992 of cancer. Born March 1, 1925 in Provo, Utah to Dr. Madison W. and Adele Ballif Merrill. Married Grant F. Nelson on November 27, 1948 in Provo, Utah; he died December 22, 1981. She worked with her husband for many years in the Grant F. Nelson CPA Accounting Firm. She attended Westminster College in Salt Lake City and UCLA. She graduated from the University of Utah. Mrs. Nelson was active in civic work and the Utah State Symphony. She was a violin student of the late Dr. LeRoy Robertson and Albert Shepherd. In her life she had served as campaign chair of the Civic Music Association, worked for the Heart Fund Drive for many years, and was a volunteer worker at the Primary Children's Hospital. She was Editor of the Bulletin for the Exchange Club of Salt Lake City for 10 years and was made an honorary member of the Exchange Club. Mrs. Nelson was a member of the Flora Culture Garden Club, Sigma Nu wives, Exchangettes, Alpha Chi Omega, Ambassador Club, and the LDS Church. She was a past Mother's Cub President of Delta Delta Delta Sorority. Mrs. Nelson is survived by two children, son, Grant Merrill Nelson and wife, Mary; and daughter, Robyn Nelson; two grandchildren, Benjamin Michael Nelson, and Sara Jennifer Nelson; brother, Reed B. Merrill and wife, Diane of Bellingham, Washington. At Mrs. Nelson's request, graveside services were held Monday, October 19, 1992 in the Salt Lake City Cemetery, 4th Ave and N Street. [Deseret News, October 1992.]

Miller, William L. (1943)
6457 Winddrift Avenue
Kalamazo, Michigan 49009-9155 US

Will and Dolores Miller
  • Home: (269) 372-3705

Class of 1943. Will Miller. Tennis 1-2-3, Basketball 3, Banter newspaper Associate Editor 2, Boys' Organization 2, Letterman Club 3, Scholarship Award 1. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU BS Chemistry 1949. Will Miller married Dolores, and they have three children. William L. (Will) Miller is a Pharmacologist.

Moore, Charlene C.
13285 N W Overton
Portland, Oregon 97229

Charlene Moore

Class of 1943. Charlene C. Moore. ~ ~ ~ ~ IS THIS? Charlene Moore Barnett, 135 North Wall Avenue, Ogden, Utah 84404 - 801-627-1779 ? Charlene Moore Barnett attended BYU in 1978.

Norton, Keith
18157 Gallineta Street
La Puente, California 91748 US

Keith Norton

Class of 1943. Keith Norton. Davis High School 1-2, College enrollment 3. ~ ~ ~ ~ Previous address: 1073 South 400 West, Santaquin, Utah 84655. ~ ~ ~ ~ IS THIS? Keith & Norma G Norton, (Home) 577 Marva St, Layton, UT 84041-2626 - (801) 546-2897 ?

Nusink, Margaret

Nusink, Margaret
Provo, Utah US

Margaret and Jean Pulver

Class of 1943. Margaret Nusink. Wildcat yearbook 2, Opera 2, Girls' Athletic Association 1-2, G.A.A. President 2, Notre Maison 1-2-3, Notre Maison President 3, Spanish Club 3. ~ ~ ~ ~ She was a highly acclaimed teacher. She graduated from BYU in science, then returned for her Secondary and Elemetary teaching certificates. She taught school for a total of 24 years. She met her husband, Jean Pulver, through classmate Val Camenish, who was in the Fine Arts Department with him. Jean was a portrait painter from Payson. He retired from Mountain Bell. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Margaret Nusink Pulver, age 68, of Provo died June 18, 1993. She was born February 2, 1925 in Provo, Utah to Johannus Jacobus and Daisy Irvine [BYH Class of 1906] Nusink. She married Jean Wilson Pulver, May 31, 1951 in the Manti LDS Temple. Margaret is survived by her husband; three sons, two daughters: Mary Jean Pulver Mehew of Orem; David Amley Pulver, Riverside, Calif.; Ellen Pulver Swensen of Orem; John Robert Pulver, Layton; Dan Pulver of Orem; 20 grandchildren; one great- grandchild; five brothers, two sisters: Marna Nusink Buffo, Provo; Jim Nusink, Orem; David Nusink, Springville; JoAnn Nusink Peay, West Mountain; Richard Nusink, Okinawa, Japan; and Raymond Nusink [BYH Class of 1942], Las Vegas, Nevada. She was preceded in death by a brother, Robert John Nusink; and step-mother, Clara "Pansy" Nusink. Funeral services were held Wednesday, June 23, 1993, at the Provo North State Center. Interment, Payson Cemetery. [Deseret News, Sunday, June 20, 1993.]

Oldroyd, James Harold

Oldroyd, James Harold
Idaho Falls, Idaho US

Jim and Sammie Oldroyd

Class of 1943. Jim Oldroyd. Basketball 1-2-3, Basketball Captain 3, Athletic Manager 3, Boys' Organization 1-2, Lettermans' Club 3, Baseball 2, Football 2. ~ ~ ~ ~ James Harold Oldroyd, age 65, longtime Idaho Falls resident and prominent businessman, died January 17, 1991, at the University of Utah Medical Center in Salt Lake City of cancer. He was born July 27, 1925, in Provo, Utah, the son of Terry J. Oldroyd and Josephine Herman Oldroyd. He grew up in Provo, where he attended BYU Elementary, and Brigham Young High School, graduating in 1943. While he was in high school he was an all-state basketball player for two years. Jim joined the U.S. Coast Guard in July 1943, along with classmates Ray West, Mack Facer and Hal Brown. He served in the Coast Guard during World War II. He married Sammie Speakman [BYH Class of 1943] September 12, 1944, in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. They lived in California, then Salt Lake City for several years. He graduated from Brigham Young University in 1951. They moved to Idaho Falls in 1963, where he founded Meikle-Oldroyd Insurance Agency, which later merged to become United Agencies. He served as president of the corporation until he retired in 1989. He was a past president of the Idaho Falls Kiwanis Club, was a member of the Elks Club and the Idaho Falls Country Club. He was an active sportsman and especially enjoyed hunting, fishing, skiing, and boating. Surviving are: his wife, Sammie Oldroyd, Idaho Falls; sons, Dr. J. Michael Oldroyd, Idaho Falls; Jerold G. Oldroyd and Todd S. Oldroyd, both Salt Lake City; brothers, Bud Oldroyd, Provo; David Oldroyd, Scottsdale, Ariz.; Paul Oldroyd, Orem; Tom Oldroyd, Houston, Texas; six grandchildren. The family suggests memorials to the Hematology-Oncology Department of the University of Utah Medical Center, Salt Lake City, Utah. Funeral services were held Tuesday, January 22, 1991, in Idaho Falls. Interment, Provo City Cemetery, Provo, Utah. [Deseret News, Tuesday, January 22, 1991.]

Pace, John
220 Oakwood Ct.
Arroyo Grande, California 93420 US

John Pace

Class of 1943. John Pace. @2001

Parker, Dale

Parker, Dale
Bountiful, Utah US

Dale and Donna Parker

Class of 1943. Dale Parker. Opera 1-2, Basketball 2-3, Boys' Organization 1-2, Lettermans' Club 3, Spanish Club 3. ~ ~ ~ ~ Dale married Donna Smith in 1946 following a 4-year tour of duty with the Naval Air Corps. They have 4 children and many grandchildren. Dale attended BYU for 5 years where he earned a BS and MS in Zoology. He spent 19 years on the University of Utah faculty as an associate professor and director of an ecology research program. He earned a Ph.D. in environmental biology at the U of U. Following that he was Director of the State Bureau of Solid and Hazardous Materials in the Department of Environmental Health. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: Earl Lee Parker and Matilda Wagner Parker. Their children included: Clarence Hugh Parker [BYH Class of 1936]; Hobson Parker; Lucille Parker John; Dale Douglas Parker [BYH Class of 1943]; and Dr. Norman L. Parker [BYH Class of 1940]. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Beloved husband, father, and grandfather, Dale Douglas Parker, age 75, passed away Tuesday, April 24, 2001 at his home in Bountiful, Utah. Born June 4, 1925, son of Earl Lee and Matilda Wagner Parker. He married Donna Gene Smith on June 11, 1946 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. They celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in 1996. Dale was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He served as a member of the bishopric in Dugway, as a member of the High Council, and in various other positions throughout his life. He was a Tooele County School Board member. Dale graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1943. He served in the Naval Air Force during World War II, graduated from BYU with a B.S. and M.S., and earned a Ph.D. from the University of Utah in Ecological Science. He worked as a research professor at the University of Utah, was president of Ecodynamics, Inc., and later worked as director of Solid and Hazardous Waste for the state, later as assistant director of the State Health Department. He retired in 1991. He is survived by his wife, Donna Gene Smith Parker; children, Michael Douglas Parker (Christine), Bountiful, Rebecca Anne Parker Parkin, West Bountiful, Kent Robert Parker, Draper, and Joleen Parker, Syracuse; brother, Dr. Norman L. Parker, Springville; 11 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by a son, Scott Lee Parker; two brothers, Hugh Parker and Hobson Parker; and a sister, Lucille Parker John. Funeral services were held on Saturday, April 28, 2001 in Bountiful. Interment, Bountiful City Cemetery. [Deseret News, Thursday, April 26, 2001.]

Porter, LaDawn

Porter, LaDawn
Ogden, Utah US

LaDawn & Reed Ercanbrack

Class of 1943. LaDawn Porter. Escalante High School 2, Notre Maison 3. ~ ~ ~ ~ LaDawn Porter was born on August 13, 1925 in Escalante, Utah. Her parents were Mr. Fay Porter and Mrs. Elizabeth Carrie Gleave. LaDawn married Reed Thomas Ercanbrack on July 29, 1943, in Manti, Utah. LaDawn Porter Ercanbrack died on December 26, 1997. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER HUSBAND'S OBITUARY: Reed Thomas Ercanbrack, Brother, Dad, Grandfather, Great-Grandfather, 86, passed away Tuesday, February 10, 2004 at the Crestwood Care Center in Ogden. He was born June 2, 1917 in Goshen, Utah, the son of Otis L. and Julia Bartholomew Ercanbrack. He married LaDawn Porter on July 29, 1943 in the Manti Temple. Reed was a Veteran in the 2nd Battalion 1st Infantry during WW II. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, where he served in many callings. Reed and LaDawn served a mission in 1994. He is survived by his children in Utah; 21 grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, wife LaDawn, and son Sidney Ercanbrack. Funeral services were held Saturday, February 14, 2004 at the Roy South Stake Center, 5725 South 3750 West, Roy, Utah. Interment, Roy City Cemetery. [Ogden Standard Examiner, February 11, 2004]

Ramey, Iris Helen
Ogden, Utah US

Iris and Edward Seyfried
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Class of 1943. Iris Helen Ramey. ~ ~ ~ ~ Iris Helen Ramey was born on March 23, 1926 in Orofino, Idaho. Her family moved around the country, and she attended high school in New York and Idaho before transferring to BYH for her senior year. She turned 17 just before her graduation from BYH. Her parents were Lloyd Martin Ramey, born in 1895 in Springfield, Missouri. He married Amelia Ann Burbank in 1915 in Pocatello, Idaho. Her father died in 1947 in Brasil. Iris' mother, Amelia Ann Burbank, was born in 1895 in Montrose, Colorado. She died on September 25, 1951 in Los Angeles. Both parents are buried in Redondo Beach, California. She says she didn't do a lot of dating, because she had the goal in mind to become a nurse. High grades were necessary for college entrance. Her children couldn't believe she often studied from 7 pm until 11 pm. Often during high school she received Honorable Mention, and sometimes appeared on the Honor Roll. Iris married Edward Lee Seyfried in 1944, and he did not encourage her to continue in nursing. Iris and Edward had nine children, and raised seven: three boys and four girls. Edward was born on February 11, 1922 in Goff, Idaho. He died on September 20, 1982. His parents were Anton Jacob Seyfried and Elizabeth Lee Soards. "Four people in my family have teaching certificates. We are staunch church members of long standing, and patriotic. "Although it was a church school, Brigham Young High School did not give any different education than the public schools did -- even the one-room schools I sometimes attended -- it was as good as I had ever seen in the public schools. "Somebody must have done something right, because I passed the Civil Service exam with 96 out of a possible 100. "I never taught school, but did teach in Sunday School and Primary at all age levels, sang and taught singing, and taught my own children at home to believe in God, which is where we should start." Iris is an active genealogist, and she has held many other Church positions in a small branch at Riggins, Idaho, and in Odgen, Utah. Her BYH Class of 1943 will celebrate its 65th graduation anniversary in 2008. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Iris Helen (Ramey) Seyfried. On the morning of July 7, 2020, our father, Edward Lee Seyfried, came and collected our mother for a ride into Eternity. Waiting to greet her are her son, Edward Jr., her parents, all of her siblings, and many other loved ones who preceded her in death. Iris was born in Orofino, Idaho, to Lloyd Martin and Amelia Ann (Burbank) Ramey. She was the seventh of nine children. Her father was an engineer/machinist, moving the family around the United States to different construction jobs when she was growing up. This instilled in Iris a love of traveling. Highly intelligent and fiercely independent, she graduated from Brigham Young Academy when she was seventeen and went on to nurses training. In the late summer of 1944, Iris boarded a bus, with her wedding dress, and traveled cross country to Norfolk, Va., where her fianc’e, Ed, was serving in the Navy. They were married Sept. 9, 1944. After Ed’s release from the Navy, the family moved to a small family farm in Riggins, Idaho. Iris was a dedicated nurse, housewife and homemaker who liked to cook, bake, and can fruits and vegetables from the garden. She could make delicious meals from almost anything on the farm. Her wedding and birthday cakes were a work of art. She also spent many years teaching 4-H, helping children learn to raise animals, can foods, bake, sew, and do art work – many years submitting their projects to the Idaho County Fair. Iris had a talent for music and loved to sing. She loved her family, her country, and her Savior, Jesus Christ. She was a lifelong member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, where she served in many capacities. Iris liked staying busy. Her favorite place to be was in the Genealogical Library in Salk Lake City, Utah. She had a strong testimony of the importance of finding our ancestors and she had a gift for telling family stories. Iris leaves behind six children: Bessie (Don) Huefner; Anton (Jennie) Seyfried; Aneita Seyfried; Leatha (Wayne) Adams; LaDeene Bedard; Willis (Juliann) Seyfried. She also leaves behind 30 grandchildren and step-grandchildren; 45 great-grandchildren and step-great-grandchildren, and several great-greats on the way. We will forever remember and cherish our beloved mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, aunt, cousin, and friend. Her spirit will live on in the beautiful memories she left behind. The family would like to express their thanks to Dr. Duke, and the staff at Legacy House, for their care and compassion in assisting Iris over the past several years. Due to current circumstances, a graveside service will be held Oct. 3, 2020, in Riggins. Source.

Rawson, Daniel Heber

Rawson, Daniel Heber
Sandy, Utah US

Dan and Clea Mae Rawson

Class of 1943. Daniel Heber Rawson. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Daniel Heber Rawson is now reunited with Mom. Our beloved father, grandfather and great-grandfather, returned to our Heavenly Father and reunited with his eternal companion, Clea Mae Lewis, on February 18, 2010. He was born November 15, 1925 in Ogden, Utah to Daniel James and Almeda Greenwell Rawson. He graduated from BY High in 1943. He served his country honorably in the US Navy from 1943-1946. He married the love of his life, Clea Mae Lewis on June 22, 1949, in the Salt Lake LDS temple. He was a faithful member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, where he enjoyed his associations with his friends and neighbors. One of his most enjoyable callings was when he worked as a volunteer, with his wife, in the Family History Program at the Utah State Prison. Dad was a man of integrity. He provided endless love, protection and care for our mother during her final years. He also had great love for his children and grandchildren which he demonstrated by his appreciation and generosity. He also had a very strong work ethic that has shown forth in his posterity. He was employed by Pacific Fruit, H J Heinz and retired from White City Water Company, where he considered every customer a friend. He enjoyed all kinds of outdoor activities such as fishing, camping, hunting, four-wheeling, and working in his yard. He was a talented handyman and could fix anything. Those loved ones he leaves behind are his sister, Dorothy Rawson Davis [BYH Class of 1942], and his children Rand (Nancy) Rawson, Kristene (Rick) Thayne, Gary (Peggie) Rawson, Robert (ShirLynn) Rawson, Brad (Shelli) Rawson and Traci (Larry) Folkersen. He also leaves behind 19 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, parents and two sisters. Funeral services will be held Monday, February 22, 2010 at 12:00 noon at the Bellview Ward, 1050 E. Galena Drive, (9820 So.) Sandy. The family will receive friends and family at a viewing on Sunday, February 21, 2010 at Larkin Sunset Gardens, 10600 S. 1950 E., Sandy, from 6-8 p.m. and Monday, at the Ward 10:45 -11:45 a.m. Interment Larkin Sunset Gardens Cemetery. Online condolences: www.larkincares.com [Deseret News, February 21, 2010] ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS WIFE'S OBITUARY: Clea Mae Lewis Rawson, our beloved wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother returned to our Heavenly Father on July 28, 2002. She was born on January 21, 1929 in Provo, Utah to Ethel May Rasband and William John Lewis. She graduated from Provo High School in 1947. She married Daniel Heber Rawson on June 22, 1949 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Her many talents included singing, playing the piano, cooking, sewing and sports of any kind. All of which she taught her children well. Mom's love for music kept her involved with a loving group of singing sisters called "The Triple Tones". She had a great desire to gain knowledge through reading. She worked for 26 years as an Assistant Librarian for the Jordan School District, where she passed on this love of reading to many little children. Mom's love for her family was unmeasured, exhibiting great patience and understanding to all. Her grandchildren and great-grandchildren remain to be her greatest joy. Mom was a faithful member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She held many positions including those in the Relief Society, Young Woman's, Primary and also with the church record extraction program. She, along with her eternal companion, worked as volunteers in the Family History Program at the Utah State Prison. God's greatest gift to us was our wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother! Those loved ones she leaves on this earth are her wonderful and devoted husband, Daniel Heber Rawson, who has faithfully been her caretaker and companion, also her children Rand (Nancy) Rawson, Kristene Rawson (Rick) Thayne, Gary (Peggi) Rawson, Robert (ShirLynn) Rawson, Brad (Shelli) Rawson, and Traci Rawson (Larry) Folkersen. Grandchildren: Dan (Margaret) Rawson, Jessica Rawson, Lindsay Rawson, Rachelle (Scott) Petersen, Mindy (Chris) Evans, Marc Thayne, Jenni (Dustin) Hahn, Angee (Justin) Woolstenhulme, Cassie Rawson, Chancelor Rawson, Colin Rawson, Rylee Rawson, Danielle Rawson, Mardee Rawson, Bevan Rawson, Bryndi Folkersen, Mitchell Folkersen and Jake Folkersen, great-grandchildren: Alexis Rawson, Danny Rawson, Logan Rawson, Carli Petersen, Cody Petersen, Hagen Evans, Nathanial Iribe, and Jesse Hahn. Brothers and Sisters: Wesley Lewis, Helen (George) Pringle, Beth Miller, Howard (Carol) Lewis, Barbara Scott, and Carol (Stan) Moore. In-laws: Dorothy Rawson Davis [BYH Class of 1942], Jerry Parduhn and Mary (Kay) Bandley. Funeral services were held Thursday, August 1, 2002 at the Bellview Ward, 1050 E. Galena Drive, Sandy, Utah. Interment, Larkin Sunset Gardens Cemetery. [Deseret News, Tuesday, July 30, 2002.]

Ricks, Wanda Marine

Ricks, Wanda Marine
Idaho Falls, Idaho US

Wanda and Wayne Wyler

Class of 1943. Wanda Ricks. Opera 1-2, Opera lead 2, Notre Maison 3, Concert 3. ~ ~ ~ ~ Wanda Ricks was born on July 20, 1925 in Bell, Los Angeles County, California. Her parents were Hyrum Ricks and Alice Ovanda Cheney. She earned a BA in Elementary Education, 1950 at BYU. Author: Wanda Ricks Wyler, Thomas E. Ricks: Colonizer and Founder. Three editions. (Sacramento & Provo, Utah, 1989). Wanda married Wayne Edward Wyler. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Wanda Marine Ricks Wyler died at her daughter's home in Hyde Park (Logan), Utah on September 8, 2009 of causes incident to age. She was born on July 20, 1925 in Bell, Los Angeles County, California to Hyrum and Alice Cheney Ricks. Following her father's death in 1939, she moved with her family to Provo, Utah. She received her high school degree from Brigham Young High School in the Class of 1943 and later received a bachelor's degree in Elementary Education from Brigham Young University. In 1947 and 1948, she served a mission for the LDS Church in New York and Delaware. On December 21, 1949, she married Wayne Edward Wyler in the Manti, Utah Temple. She and her husband had six children. Connected with her husband's employment, she lived in Provo, Utah for 13 years, Charleston, Illinois for 8 years and Sacramento, California for 28 years. For eight of the years following the death of her husband, she lived with her son and daughter-in-law in Idaho Falls, Idaho. Wanda was active in the LDS Church all of her life and served in many callings. She enjoyed family history work and assisted many people with their family genealogy. She was particularly proud of a book she wrote and published on her great-grandfather entitled Thomas E. Ricks, Colonizer, Founder. Survivors include her children, Kenneth (LeNora) Wyler of Idaho Falls, Idaho; Dale (Marge) Wyler of Orem, Utah; Grant (Janine) Wyler of Paradise, California; Karen (Mark) Lacy of Hyde Park, Utah; Carolyn Wyler (Ken Welton) of Sacramento, California; and Rich Wyler of Barboursville, Virginia; siblings, Norma (Cline) Durfey of St. George, Utah; Marc Ricks and Welby Ricks of Provo, Utah; Artel (Focha) Ricks of El Dorado Hills, California; and Clyde (Martha) Ricks of Bountiful, Utah; 33 grandchildren and 38 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, three brothers, a daughter-in-law and a granddaughter. Funeral services were held Saturday, September 12th, 2009, at the Berg Drawing Room Chapel, 185 East Center Street, Provo, Utah. Interment, East Lawn Memorial Hills Cemetery, Provo, Utah. [Provo Daily Herald, Thursday, September 10, 2009.]

Scott, Douglas W.
1491 Dobson Square North
Columbus, Ohio 43229-1365

Douglas Scott

Class of 1943. @2001

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