Uncategorized Other Students

Alphabetical Alumni
411, American Heritage School

411, American Heritage School
American Fork, Utah US

American Heritage 411

We have read the American Heritage School's detailed explanation, and their amazing timeline of history that they have invented for their school. In the past they have claimed to be the literal successor of Brigham Young Academy and Brigham Young High School. Several years ago, the alumni of Brigham Young High School learned of some of these institutional genealogical claims, and we wrote a warm and positive feature story about it on our website [www.byhigh.org] with links to the AHS website. No story in the history of our website has received so much response. In three months we had an overwhelming response against their version of history. In the light of this response, we removed all mentions of AHS school from our website, with this exception, and we have promised not to mention the school and its claims again. We wish them well and are supportive of AHS, its ideals, moral standards, and its achievements. However, the issue of whether the alumni of BYH recognize AHS as an historical descendant of BYH (we cannot survey our Brigham Young Academy high school alumni because they are all deceased) has long been settled, at least as far as the official BYH alumni website is concerned.

Allen, Glen Michie

Allen, Glen Michie
of SLC & St. George, Utah US

Glen & Helen / Norma Allen

Unknown if he attended BYH. Glen Michie Allen, a man of integrity and honesty, passed away June 7, 1999 in St. George, Utah, after a valiant battle with lymphoma. He was 79. Born August 31, 1919 in Tabiona, Utah, Glen was the second son of Robert Ernest and Genevieve Michie Allen. He was educated at Brigham Young University, Provo High School, Farrer Jr. High, and Brigham Young Academy [note: BYA ceased to exist in 1903 - usually an entry like this refers to B.Y. High School. According to his age, he might have graduated from high school about 1937], and joined the U.S. Air Force in August, 1941. A B-26 Marauder bomber pilot in World War II, Glen served in England and France with the Ninth Air Force, eventually achieving the rank of Major. As a pilot, he was awarded both the Presidential Citation and The Distinguished Flying Cross; the two highest honors given. He flew a total of 65 bombing missions, often leading box formations. Glen was employed for 27 years by the Federal Aviation Agency as an air traffic controller, supervisor, and administrator at the Salt Lake City Airport. He retired in 1974. He married Helen Ward in Stockton, California March 17, 1942. She died August 27, 1982. Glen is survived by their children Anita (Robert) Snyder, Janet (Jeff) Cannon, Mary Allen (John Toner), Rick Allen, and seven grandchildren. Glen married Norma Jean Crookston Benson September 26, 1987. They made their home in St. George, Utah. Glen is survived by his wife and her children, Jeanine Wiebe, Holly (Kent) Tarbert, James (Elda) Benson, Clint (Wylene) Benson, and 10 grandchildren, two great-grandchildren. Glen was an active member of the LDS Church, serving as Executive Secretary to three different bishops in the Quail Valley area. Graveside services were held at the Provo City Cemetery, Wednesday, June 9, 1999. A memorial service in Glen's honor was held Saturday, June 12, 1999 in St. George. The family suggests a donation in Glen's name to the American Cancer Society, 592 North Mall Drive, St. George, Utah 84790 or the Dixie Humane Society, 222 South Main, Washington, Utah 84780. [Deseret News, Wednesday, June 9, 1999]

Anderson, Isabella Deidra
440 E. Broadway %2321
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111 US

Deidra Martin

Other students. Honorary? Class of ?? @2001

Anderson, Marguerite

Anderson, Marguerite
Las Cruces, New Mexico US

Marguerite & Dennis Romney

Not Class of 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938. Marguerite Anderson. ~ ~ ~ ~ OBITUARY: Marguerite Anderson Romney died Friday, June 14, 1996 of complications from surgery. She was born October 18, 1918 in El Paso, Texas, the daughter of A. Lorenzo and Vera Pierce Anderson. She married Dennison Emer Romney April 3, 1941 in the Salt Lake Temple. Marguerite and Dennis have four children, Gayle Durrant (Olani) of Laie, Hawaii; Deanne Williams (Kent) of Orem, Utah; Dennison E. Romney II (Lisa); and Dr. Lorenzo M. Romney (Nancy) of Greenwood, Missouri. They have 28 grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren. Marguerite is also survived by brothers, A.L. Anderson, Jr.; Robert P. Anderson of Salt Lake City; Clyde L. Anderson of Rialto, California; and sister, Rinda Robinson, serving a Mexico City Temple mission. She was preceded in death by her parents and sister Vera Lenroot. Marguerite attended school in El Paso, Texas and Brigham Young Academy [Brigham Young Academy ceased to exist in 1903. They may be speaking of BYH, or BYU. Cannot find her name in the rolls of BYH yet] in Provo, Utah. She served as a missionary in the Mexico City Mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from 1938-1940. She served in leadership positions on both the ward and stake levels in all auxiliaries of the church. Actively involved she also served in leadership positions in school and civic organizations in Las Cruces, New Mexico, where she and her husband, a respected farmer, lived and reared their family for 37 years. She and her husband have resided near their children for the past seven years in American Fork, Utah. Funeral services were held Thursday, June 20, 1996, in American Fork, Utah. Interment, East Lawn Memorial Hills in Provo, Utah. [Deseret News, Sunday, June 16, 1996]

Andrus, Ralph
167 North 100 West
Spanish Fork, Utah 84660-1708 US

Ralph and Ruth Andrus

BYH Class Unknown? Ralph Andrus. Married Ruth Facer, BYH Class of 1938.

Barnett, Shirl Braxton

Barnett, Shirl Braxton
Tillamook, Oregon US

Shirl and Faun Barnettt

BYH Class Unknown? Shirl Barnett. @2001 ~ ~ ~ ~ Shirl Braxton Barnett was born May 8, 1912 in Payson, Utah. His parents were Raynold Barnett and Birdetta Daniels. He married Faun Greer [BYH Class of 1932?]. He died August 2, 2002 in Tillamook, Oregon.

Barton, Harriet Ann

Barton, Harriet Ann
Monticello, Utah US

Harriet and Fletcher Hammond

Harriet Barton, married Fletcher Bartlett Hammond Jr. Fletcher and Harriet Eliza Barton Hammond married December 14, 1899 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They had eight or nine children, including: Leah Hammond, Edith Hammond, Mark Hammond, Ethel Hammond, Flora Hammond, Harriet Hammond, born abt. 1914 [BYH Class of 1933]; Helen Hammond, born July 25, 1915 in Chicago, Illinois [BYH Class of 1933]; and Clyda Mae Hammond, born March 25, 1917 in Chicago, Illinois [BYH Class of 1935]. https://books.google.com/books?id=nvQJwgSmTVIC&pg=PA806&lpg=PA806&dq=Judge+Fletcher+Hammond+Monticello,+Utah&source=bl&ots=LRlGmXxrNj&sig=ACfU3U3Mysp0SgvL8U-B5Qzgu20Pl0Itvw&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjR5dOc7eTgAhWUrZ4KHbPxB84Q6AEwAXoECAkQAQ#v=onepage&q=Judge%20Fletcher%20Hammond%20Monticello%2C%20Utah&f=false

Beck, Janet
2144 N. 1400 E.
Provo, Utah 84604 US

Janet and Jon Clark

Class of ?? Janet Beck. Her parents: D. Elden Beck and Florence Robinson Beck, married May 31, 1933 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Their children: Janet Beck (Jon) Clark; Brent Beck [BYH Class of 1955](Fae); Linda Beck (Brent) Bullough; and Larry Beck; all of Provo.

Bennett, Beth Marie

Bennett, Beth Marie
Spokane, Washington

Beth and Robert Willardson

Class of ?? ~ Honorary. Beth Marie Bennett Willardson passed away suddenly on Dec. 14, 2001 in Spokane, Washington of a cerebral hemorrhage. DOB? She was born in Pleasant Grove, Utah to Amanda Marie Gleason Bennett and Sterling John Bennett. She grew up in Provo, attended Brigham Young Training School and Provo High, and graduated with high honors from Brigham Young University with a B.A. in chemistry, the second woman ever to do so. Beth married Robert Kent Willardson September 12, 1947, in the Salt Lake Temple. Together they moved to Ames, Iowa, where she did graduate work in chemistry and served as a graduate instructor. They then moved to Columbus, Ohio, where their older two daughters were born. In 1960, they moved to southern California where a third daughter was born. They built their dream home in Arcadia, California. After twelve years there, the family moved to Spokane, Washington, where they have resided the past twenty-seven years. Beth dedicated her life to her family. She adored her grandparents and devoted herself to her children and grandchildren. She emphasized to her daughters the importance of women's achievements and inspired all three to pursue graduate education. Beth was proud of her pioneer heritage and spent many hours doing genealogy work. She was a member of AAUW, the Democratic Party, and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. A strong-minded and brilliant woman, she followed current events closely and loved films, flowers, her pets, and long drives in the country. She is survived by her husband, Robert, of Spokane; daughters Amanda Marie (Terry) Ballou of Chelan, WA, Ann (Richard) Engar of Salt Lake City, and Jennie Lynette of Spokane; brother Sterling John (Marilyn) Bennett of North Salt Lake; and three grandchildren. A funeral service was held Friday, December 21, 2001 in Provo, Utah. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. [Deseret News, Thursday, December 20, 2001.]

Bishop, Angus Henry

Bishop, Angus Henry
Payson, Utah US

Angus & Della Mae Bishop

Uncategorized Other Students. Angus Henry Bishop, of Payson and Provo Utah. He was a 3rd year student at BYH in 1923, but apparently did not graduate from BYH in 1924. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Angus Henry Bishop, 85, of West Mountain, died July 21, 1991 at his home. He was born October 20, 1905 at Provo Bench, (Orem), a son of Willard and Eleanor Elizabeth Graham Bishop. He married Della Mae Mecham, October 19, 1927 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He received his education at the Brigham Young Academy. [Note: Brigham Young Academy ceased to exist in 1903; he attended BYH.]. He worked as a farmer and a carpenter. He was construction superintendent for the LDS Church for ten years. He was a Justice of the Peace in Orderville. He was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served a Stake Mission. He is survived by his wife of Payson; nine sons and a daughter, Duane Bishop, Santee, California; Floyd Bishop, Nephi; Dean Bishop, Santa Monica, California; Neal Bishop, Salt Lake City; Kieth Bishop, Bountiful; Clyde Bishop, Burley, Idaho; Claude Bishop, Merced, California; Loran Bishop and Dennis Bishop, both of Payson and Mrs. Jay (Kolleen) Taylor, Nyssa, Oregon; 61 grandchildren, 82 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild; a sister, Zina Herron, Salt Lake City. Two brothers, Willard and Dale Bishop preceded him in death. Services were held Friday, July 26, 1991, in Payson, Utah. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. [Deseret News, Tuesday, July 23, 1991]

Booth, Editha

Booth, Editha
Provo, Utah US

Editha Booth

Circa Class of 1922 ~ Honorary. Editha Booth. HER OBITUARY: Editha Booth, 88-year-old Provo resident, died Monday, April 1, 1991, in Provo. She was born March 12, 1903, Provo, a daughter of Alfred Lewis Booth [BYA High School Class of 1886] and May [Maria] Ashworth Booth. She attended the BYU Training School, attended school in California, and later attended Brigham Young University. She was raised by a loving stepmother, Edith Young Booth. She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, serving in the Relief Society, Primary, MIA and as a ward librarian. She had served a mission to the Northern States 1925-27. She had worked as librarian at the Provo City Library for over 30 years until her retirement in 1968. She was a member of the Yesharah Returned Lady Missionaries, the Nelke Club and Daughters of Utah Pioneers. After her retirement she spent 1 1/2 years in Bolton, England, and took short trips to the Continent and British Isles. She returned home via Persia and Japan, circling the world. She did considerable genealogy work and temple work while in England. Survivors include a sister, Mrs. Lowell (Leona) White, Provo; a half-brother, Thornton Y. Booth, Logan; three half-sisters, Mrs. Wendell (Virginia) Allred, Provo; Mrs. Donald (Margary) Neville, Kaysville; Mrs. Carlos A. (Phyllis) Phillips, Provo; numerous nieces and nephews, to whom she was like a third grandmother. Services were held Friday, April 5, 1991, in Provo. Burial: Provo City Cemetery. [Published in the Deseret News, Wednesday, April 3, 1991.] [She did not marry.]

Bown, Alice Mildred

Bown, Alice Mildred
Salem, Oregon US

Alice Johnson

Years of attendance not yet known. Alice Bown. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Alice Mildred Bown Johnson. Provo, Utah; Salem Oregon - Alice was born in Provo, Utah on May 29, 1919 to Emma Newell and J. Leo Bown. The youngest of five siblings, she spent her summers riding horses and playing house in the sandstone formations of the Utah badlands on the family ranch. Her mother insisted they come back to town during the fall and winter so they could attend formal schooling. Family has been Alice's rock during good times and bad. She married Rulon Johnson on August 29, 1941 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They were divorced in 1968. They had four children, Jeff, Julie, Ella and Brenn. The family moved to Portland, Oregon in 1953 where Alice supported Rulon through dental school and worked for Portland Public Schools first as a secretary then as a librarian. She was a terrific cook, wonderful seamstress and appreciative of nature and she taught her children to be resourceful and creative. She moved from Portland to Hawaii in 1967 where she worked as a "Kelly Girl" in Honolulu and then became librarian for a private school on the island of Oahu. In 1969 she moved to Grand Junction, Colorado to be near her sister, Emmy, and other family members. She became an administrative assistant for Mesa Junior College for 15 years. This job gave her superb organizational skills and a venue to shine. She retired in 1984 and devoted her full time to her family. In October 2001 she moved to Salem, Oregon where she resided until her passing on July 14, 2002. She was preceded in death by her parents, three brothers, Newell, Bud, and Casey Bown, her daughter Julie Kristian and grandson Brandon. Surviving are son Jeffrey Johnson and wife Ann of Salem, Oregon; daughter Ella Johnson and husband Gary of Salem, Oregon; daughter Brenn and husband Mark Luff of Grand Junction, Colorado; her sister Emmy Meacham and husband Ray of Grand Junction, Colorado; nine grandchildren, and other relatives. She was the sweetest of mothers and was loved dearly by her children and extended family. She will be greatly missed. Funeral services were held Saturday, July 20, 2002, at the Grand Junction Fifth Ward of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; 2542 G Road; Grand Junction, Colorado. Interment, Orchard Mesa Cemetery, Grand Junction, Colorado. [Deseret News, Tuesday, July 16, 2002.]

Bown, Delos Edward

Bown, Delos Edward
Provo, Utah US

Delos and Margaret Bown

BYH Class Year Unknown? NOT Class of 1941, or any year surrounding --@2001 Delos Bown married Margaret Hales, BYH Class of 1942. She was born November 14, 1923 in Ephriam, Utah. Her parents: Wayne Brockbank Hales and Isabel Ethel (Belle) Wilson Hales. She married Delos E. Bown. She died August 19, 1985 in White Plains, New York. Interment, Provo City Cemetery, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ Delos E. Bown was a member of the 457th Bomb Group in the military. ~ ~ ~ ~ One of several authors: Correlation of Rates of Solvolysis with a Four-parameter Equation -- by C. Gardner Swain, Robert B. Mosely, and Delos E. Bown. American Chemical Society Journal, 1955. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: 1923 - 2016. Delos Edward Bown passed away on March 2, 2016. He was born May 21, 1923 in Provo, Utah to William Bown and Hattie Andersen. He married Margaret Hales on December 27, 1949 in the Salt Lake Temple. They have four children: Stephen, Isabel, David, and Ann and nineteen grandchildren. During World War II Delos enlisted in the Army Air Corps. He served in England as a navigator-bombardier flying in a B-17. After the war he returned to Provo where he studied chemistry at Brigham Young University. After earning a bachelorís and masterís degree at BYU, Delos continued his education at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He graduated from MIT with a PhD in organic chemistry. During his professional career Delos worked for Exxon in Texas and later for Polychrome Corporation in New York as a research chemist. He was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Delos loved Scouting. As a boy he was a Sea Scout and as an adult he served many years as a Scoutmaster. His hobbies included woodworking, tending his rose garden, fishing, skiing well into his 70ís, playing cards and reading. Delos was also an expert handyman; he could fix anything. Delos was preceded in death by his wife Margaret and his eight brothers and three sisters. A graveside service will be held at the Provo City Cemetery on Saturday, March 12 at 2:00 pm. In lieu of flowers please donate to Honor Flight, Inc. a non-profit organization that honors American Veterans by providing transportation to Washington, D.C. to visit their war and service memorials or a charity of your choice. [Provo Daily Herald, March 9, 2016]

Boyden, Doren Daniel

Boyden, Doren Daniel
Provo, Utah US

Doren Boyden

Class Unknown? Doren Daniel Boyden, age 98, passed away peacefully, June 6, 2006. He was born July 11, 1907, to James William and Mary Graham Lockhart Boyden, in Provo, Utah. When Doren was eight years old, the family moved to a ranch in Wallsburg, Utah. Doren enjoyed many choice experiences on the ranch and began his lifelong love of the out doors. He attended schools in Provo, Wallsburg, and Heber. He then attended BY Academy. [Note: BY Academy ceased to exist in 1903; he attended either BYH or BYU.] This prepared him for his job at Mountain Bell Telephone Company, where he was employed for 38 years as a supervisor over various departments. He met and married his sweetheart, LaRella Provost; they were married in the Salt Lake City Temple in 1928, and were married for 63 wonderful years. She passed away in 1991. He later married Lydia Young Stout; she passed away in 2005. His life was full of service to others. He was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He served in many callings, including Bishop of the Provo 4th Ward, was on the Stake High Council and as a Provo Temple worker for many years. Doren and LaRella served two full-time missions: to Australia and Texas. Doren was a man of many talents. He enjoyed life, traveling, was a rock hound, square dancing and calling, farming and gardening. He enjoyed horses and making jewelry. He shared his talents generously with his family and everyone he met. He is survived by two daughters and one son: Carol Klauck, of Springville; Connie (Reed) Boshard, of Provo; Gary (Diane) Boyden, of Murray; 12 grandchildren, 43 great-grandchildren, and nine great-great-grandchildren. The family suggests donations be made to Primary Children's Hospital. Funeral services will be held Monday, June 12, 2006, at 3 p.m., in the Pleasant View 6th Ward, 2445 North 650 East, Provo. Friends may call at the ward chapel from 1:30 to 2:45 p.m. Interment will be in the Provo City Cemetery. [Provo Daily Herald, June ll, 2006].

Bradley, Ralph O.

Bradley, Ralph O.
3000 Connor Street %232
Salt Lake City, Utah 84107 US

Ralph and Mildred Bradley

BYH Class Unknown? Married Mildred Harris [BYH Class of 1938 & daughter of BYU president] [Note: Photo, name of Ralph O. Bradley do not appear with senior class in any BYH Wildcat yearbook.]

Brimhall, Barbara C.

Brimhall, Barbara C.
Casa Grande, Arizona US

Barbara and Mark Howe

BYH Class Year Unknown? Barbara C. Brimhall. [NOT Class of 1941, and her name does not appear with a senior class in any BYH yearbook.] ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Barbara C. Brimhall Howe, 85, passed away on March 16, 2007. Born in Provo, Utah on March 5, 1922. [She attended BYU in 1944.] She lived and worked in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania as a homemaker and school librarian before retiring to Ahwatukee, Pennsylvania for 20 years, eventually moving to Casa Grande, Arizona in 2000. She proudly served her country in the US Navy during WWII. She is now reunited with beloved husband of 58 years, Mark S. Howe. She is survived by her son Steven M. Howe (Peggy), Chandler, Arizona, and daughter, Kristine Adams (Ronald), Casa Grande, Arizona. Greatly loved "GM", short for Grandmother, to Mark (Maureen), Mitchell (Theresa) and Devin Howe and Emily and Markay Adams. Special great- grandmother to Finn, Jason and Miranda. She was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She was a long-time volunteer at Casa Grande Public Library. A visitation will be held Wednesday, March 21, 10 a.m., Green Acres Mortuary, 401 N. Hayden Rd, Scottsdale, Arizona, prior to funeral services in their Chapel of Light at 11:00 AM. 480-945-2654. [Provo Daily Herald, March 21, 2007.] ~ ~ ~ ~ OBITUARY OF HER HUSBAND: Mark S. Howe, 83, of Casa Grande, Arizona, died October 9, 2004. Mark was born in Provo, Utah and attended Brigham Young University. He was in the Army Air Force and served in World War II. He worked for U.S. Steel in Pittsburgh,. PA, retiring after 24 years. He was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Mark is survived by his wife of 58 years, Barbara C. Brimhall; daughter, Kris Howe Adams; son, Steve Howe; grandchildren, Mark, Mitchell and Devin Howe, Emily and Markay Adams, sister, Beth Howe Gammell; brother William Howe, and two great-grandchildren. [Deseret News, Wednesday, October 13, 2004.]

Brown, LouAnne
1264 E Indian Wells Ct
Chandler, AZ 85249-8780 US

LouAnne [& Karl] Shipman
  • Home: (480) 802-9952

BYH Class Unknown? LouAnne Brown. BYU Class of 1948, non-grad. Married Karl Rolla Shipman ~ ~ ~ ~ HER HUSBAND'S OBITARY: Karl R. "Babe" Shipman, 91, peacefully left this world on May 22, 2011 as a beloved husband of LouAnne of nearly 65 years and father of five children. Babe took over the family tradition by operating one of the oldest businesses in Provo, Provo Bakery. For over 50 years he brought joy to many in the Provo community with his delious baked goods. He called Provo his home from birth through 1991 when he and his wife moved to the Phoenix area to retire. For those of us lucky enough to have known and loved him, he will be missed as part of our daily lives and part of our holiday dinner table and post dinner card games. He truly was an amazing man, loved by all who knew him. He is survived by his loving wife, four children (Anne Riley, Jerry Shipman, Steve Shipman, and Kristen Jordison), nine grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren. Preceded in death by his son, Richard "Dick" Shipman. Services will be held in Chandler Arizona at the Springfield Community Center 6495 South St. Andrews Blvd, Chandler, AZ 85249 on June 6, 2011 at 2:00 pm. [Provo Daily Herald, Sunday, May 29, 2011] ~ ~ ~ ~ Alternate address: 11050 South 44th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85044 ~ ~ ~ ~ OBITUARY OF HER SON: Richard K. Shipman died as a result of a plane crash on January 15, 1996. Richard was born in Provo on August 5, 1947 to LouAnne and Karl (Babe) Shipman. He graduated from Provo High School and later attended BYU and USU. He also served in the Navy during Vietnam. Married Kristine Hammond and had four children: Ryan (Andrea), Corey (Kirsten), Nikel and Stacy. Later divorced. Married Katherine Bergeson in February 1995 and had two stepchildren: Max and Catie. Also survived by his parents, two brothers: Jerry (Brenda), Steve (Linda) and two sisters: Anne Riley (John) and Kristen Jordison (John). Richard had been a pilot since he was age 16. He loved flying, horses, camping and having fun. He owned Pro Air Services of Utah. A memorial service was held on Friday at at the Provo Community Congregational Church in Provo. [Deseret News, Wednesday, Jan. 17, 1996]

Burch, Fae
2244 Temple View Drive
Provo, Utah 84604 US

Fae Knudsen

BYH Class Unknown? Fae Burch. She married Wesley F. Knudsen. -- @2001. HER OBITUARY: Fae Burch Knudsen passed away peacefully October 25, 1999 at home. She had been suffering from acute leukemia. She was born December 12, 1918 to William Hilton and Estella Bradford Burch in Provo, Utah. She married Wesley F. Knudsen February 17, 1937. They were sealed in the Salt Lake Temple February 18, 1938. He died June 17, 1994. Her children are Kent (Charlotte Smith) Knudsen, Karen (Gary) Henderson, Kristine (Newt) Andrus, Karla (Tom) Womble, Kurt (Rebecca Clark) Knudsen, and Knute. She is grandmother to 30 and great-grandmother to 16. She is survived by two brothers, Bill and George Burch, and her sister, Lois Burch Morgan. Fae actively served others all her life. She was Primary, Mutual and Relief Society President and was a temple worker for 6 years. She loved her family and friends. Funeral services were held Thursday, October 28, 1999 at the Oak Hills 6th Ward Chapel, 2000 North 1500 East, Provo. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. [Deseret News, Wednesday, October 27, 1999.]

Bushnell, Ruth
Brigham City, Utah US

Ruth & Conway Parry

Class of 1937? Ruth Bushnell. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Brigham City - Ruth Bushnell Parry, 86, passed away peacefully on Saturday, February 4, 2006 at Brigham Nursing and Rehab Center from natural causes. She was born on October 7, 1919 in Meadow, Utah, a daughter of Isaac Ernest and Edith Ann Bennett Bushnell. She attended the Brigham Young Academy. [Note: Brigham Young Academy ceased to exist in 1903. This either refers to BYH in abt. 1937, or BYU in about 1941. She does not appear in a BYH yearbook.] She married Conway Evelyn Parry on December 27, 1939 in the St. George Temple. He preceded her in death on April 25, 1999. Ruth was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Brigham City 17th Ward. She served in various ward and stake callings in the church. She also was a member of various clubs, DUP and she sang in many choral groups. Her first loves were her husband, children, and grandchildren. She also loved to sing, garden, sew, knit, handiwork, cooking, camping, dancing and candy making. Surviving are her four children, Douglas C. (Chris) Parry, Syracuse; John B. (Sherlyn) Parry, Orangevale, CA; Camille (Clare) Olsen, Brigham City; Niel E. (Shannon) Parry, Woodland Hills, UT; 21 grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, two brothers and four sisters. Funeral services were held on Saturday, February 11, 2006 in Brigham City. Interment, Brigham City Cemetery. [Deseret News, Wednesday, February 8, 2006.] [Research needed -- did she graduate from BYA in Provo or Logan?]

Chatfield, Karlyn

Chatfield, Karlyn
Lehi, Utah US

Karlyn and Milton Russon

BYH Class Unknown? [Probably not a BYH alumnae.] Karlyn Chatfield. OBITUARY: Karlyn Chatfield Russon, age 84, passed away Tuesday, October 28, 2003 after a long illness. She was born May 26, 1919 in Salt Lake City, Utah, the daughter of Arthur Kelsey and Naomi Felt Chatfield. Karlyn was raised in Lehi, where she married her childhood sweetheart, Milton W. Russon on September 19, 1940 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He passed away April 10, 1997. Karlyn was educated in Lehi and attended The Brigham Young Academy [Note: Brigham Young Academy ceased to exist in 1903. The BYA reference is to BYH or BYU. Since she does not appear in BYH yearbooks, we assume this to refer to BYU]. Devotion to her husband, children and faith dictated Karlyn's priorities her entire life. She lovingly stood by her husband's side in their many church duties. Karlyn served as Temple Matron of the New Zealand Temple, Stake Relief Society President, Mission Mom in the Southern Australian Mission, and teacher. Additionally, Karlyn served as District Governor of La Sertoma. Our mother will be greatly missed by her five children and their spouses: Milton W Jr. (Becky), Kolene (Ken) Webb, Brent (Dianne), Scott (Sherry) and Paulette (Nephi) Bierwolf; her 27 grandchildren and 30 great grand-children. Also survived by a loving brother Kelsey (Lois) Chatfield; a sister-in-law, Mrs. Robert (Josephine) Chatfield; Dale and Mava Russon, Leo and Esther Russon. Preceded in death by her husband, brothers Spencer and Robert and an infant sister, Barbara. Funeral services were held Monday, November 3, 2003, in the Val Verda Second Ward. Interment, Bountiful City Cemetery. [Deseret News, Thursday, October 30, 2003]

Christensen, Merrill Grant

Christensen, Merrill Grant
Mesa, Arizona US

Merrill and Aenone Christensen

Possibly not a BYH grad. Merrill Christensen. Married Aenone Woolf. Born July 3, 1916, Married on April 12, 1941. Died March 27, 2009. Interment, Mesa City Cemetery, Mesa, Arizona. Source.

Coleman, Ina Louise
Pleasant Grove, Utah US

Ina and Bert Page

Student at BYU Training School in about 1918-20? ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Ina Louise Coleman Page died on February 2, 1998. Ina was born on June 13, 1905 in Park City. She was the third child of Louis and Louise Johnson Coleman. She lived her first five years in Park City, after which she moved with her family to Provo. She attended school at the Brigham Young High School Training School and Parker Elementary. She graduated from Provo High School in 1924. She attended BYU for two years where she received her teaching credentials. Her first teaching positions were in Daniels and Heber City. She married Joseph Albert (Bert) Page on June 12, 1930 in Provo. Their marriage was solemnized in the Manti LDS Temple in 1954. They began their married life together in Provo and in 1937 moved to Pleasant Grove. Ina and her husband owned and worked together on a farm and orchard, raising strawberries, fruit trees and animals. Ina also supported her husband in his role as Pleasant Grove City Attorney for many years. Ina returned to teaching in 1943. She taught a total of 32 years including her years at Central School in Pleasant Grove, and Sharon and Edgemont Schools in Orem. She was a wonderful dedicated teacher who was deeply committed to the education of young people. She prided herself in following the progress of her students throughout their lives. In 1954, she received a bachelors degree in education from BYU, graduating with her daughter, Betty Jo. Ina was active in the LDS Church and served in the MIA for several years. Her husband preceded her in death in 1981. Since that time. Ina felt that one of her greatest fulfillments was that all 14 of her grandchildren have or will graduate from college and were married in the temple. Ina is survived by her two daughters: Betty Jo Page-Davis, Orem; and Margene Page Edwards, Hurricane; one son-in-law Wayne Edwards, Hurricane; 14 grandchildren, 42 great-grandchildren; two sisters: Afton Ostler, Austin, Texas; and Darlene Mitchell, Provo; one brother, Dean Coleman, Provo. [Salt Lake Tribune - February 3, 1998.]

Colton, Elmo S.

Elmo Colton

BYH Class Year Unknown? [NOT Class of 1940, and does not appear with any senior class in any BYH yearbook.] His parents: Byron and Helen Colton, who had nine children, seven of whom attended BY High School. They were: Ruth Colton [BYH Class of 1929?]; Lula Colton Dudley [BYH Class of 1931?](married ____ Dudley); Merrill Byron Colton [BYH Class of 1934?] (married Edith Emily Hancock); Margaret Colton Wyler (married ____ Wyler); Gordon LeRoy Colton; Elmo S. Colton [BYH Class of 1940?]; Miles Merkley Colton [BYH Class of 1942?]; Sarah Colton Neilsen [BYH Class of 1944?] (married Calvin Emil Neilsen); and Grace Eleanor Colton [BYH Class of 1946?] (married ___ Berrett).

Colton, Grace Eleanor
Provo, Utah US

Grace and Verne Berrett

BYH Class Year Unknown? [Not Class of 1946 -- unable to find her name with any senior class in any BYH yearbook.] She married Verne Russell Berrett. Her parents were Byron Owen Colton and Helen Merkley Colton, who had nine children, seven of whom attended BY High School. They were: Ruth Colton [BYH Class of 1929?]; Lula Colton Dudley [BYH Class of 1931?](married ____ Dudley); Merrill Byron Colton [BYH Class of 1934?] (married Edith Emily Hancock); Margaret Colton Wyler (married ____ Wyler); Gordon LeRoy Colton; Elmo S. Colton [BYH Class of 1940?]; Miles Merkley Colton [BYH Class of 1942?]; Sarah Colton Neilsen [BYH Class of 1944?] (married Calvin Emil Neilsen); and Grace Eleanor Colton [BYH Class of 1946?] (married ___ Berrett). ~~~~ OBITUARY OF SPOUSE ~~~~ Our beloved father, husband, grandfather, and great-grandfather, Verne Russell Berrett, passed away on November 22, 2000, after a courageous battle with giloblast-oma (brain cancer). Verne was born September 12, 1928, in Idaho Falls, Idaho. He met Grace Eleanor Colton at BYU and they married in 1955. They have been married 45 1/2 years. Verne was a devoted father and husband. He loved the outdoors, fishing, and hunting. He served many years as a Church mission leader and missionary, ward clerk, Sunday School President, Cub Scout Leader, Singles Leader, home teacher, and as an ardent worker in the Provo Temple. Verne is survived by his wife and his sons: Edwin, Tony, and James; and his daughters: Michelle Berrett Burton, Laura Berrett Pead, Louise Berrett Madsen, Julie Berrett Hollingworth and Ginger Berrett Seaman. He is also survived by brothers, Richard H. Berrett, William Brian Berrett and sister, Sharon Berrett Stark, 20 awesome grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Funeral services were held on Monday, Nov. 27, 2000 in Provo. Interment, East Lawn Memorial Hill Cemetery. [Deseret News, Sunday, November 26, 2000.]

Colton, Miles Merkley
545 South 1250 East
Pleasant Grove, Utah 84062-3228 US

Miles and Louise Colton
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BYH Class Year Unknown? [NOT Class of 1942 -- his name does not appear with a senior class in any BYH yearbook.] His parents: Byron and Helen Colton, who had nine children, seven of whom attended BY High School. They were: Ruth Colton [BYH Class of 1929?]; Lula Colton Dudley [BYH Class of 1931?](married ____ Dudley); Merrill Byron Colton [BYH Class of 1934?] (married Edith Emily Hancock); Margaret Colton Wyler (married ____ Wyler); Gordon LeRoy Colton; Elmo S. Colton [BYH Class of 1940?]; Miles Merkley Colton [BYH Class of 1942?]; Sarah Colton Neilsen [BYH Class of 1944?] (married Calvin Emil Neilsen); and Grace Eleanor Colton [BYH Class of 1946?] (married ___ Berrett). ~~~~ OBITUARY OF SPOUSE ~~~~ Louise Marie Culbertson Colton, 64, died September 17, 1993 at her home in Pleasant Grove, Utah. She was born January 9, 1929 in Provo, Utah, to Louis A. and Dorothy Hindley Culbertson. She married Miles Merkley Colton December 27, 1950 in Las Vegas, Nevada. She had served in the Primary and Sunday School and as Scoutmaster for the Guide Patrol for many years. She was active in the PTA and loved gardening and homemaking. She is survived by her husband of Pleasant Grove; two sons and a daughter: Mrs. Terry (Dorothy Lou) Gasser, American Fork; Randy C. Colton, Salt Lake City; Christopher Colton, Richfield; 11 grandchildren, three great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Tuesday, September 21, 1993 in American Fork, Utah. Burial, American Fork Cemetery. [Deseret News, Sunday, September 19, 1993.]

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