Class of 1948 H.S.

Class of 1948 H.S.'s Website

Alphabetical Alumni
Allred, Forrest Rich

Allred, Forrest Rich
Aberdeen, South Dakota US

Forrest and Emily Allred

Class of 1948. Forrest Rich Allred. Faculty & Staff. Forrest Rich Allred, deceased, Aberdeen, South Dakota, August 21, 2000. Married Emily Carlson of Chicago, Illinois, December 20, 1951, in the Manti Temple. Nine children. Taught elementary grades in Garfield, and at Brigham Young Elementary (Laboratory School); also in the Nebo School District from 1956 to 1967. Bishop of Springville 9th Ward 1959 to 1962. Earned Ed.D. in Elementary Education from the University of Northern Colorado, 1970. Professor of Education, Northern State University, Aberdeen, South Dakota, 1971-1993. Temple worker in the Bismarck Temple from 1999 until his death. Survived by his wife, nine children, and 53 grandchildren. Brother & Sisters: Forrest Rich Allred [BYH Class of 1948], Joye Allred [BYH Class of 1949] , and Carol Allred [BYH Class of 1954].[Submitted by his son, Forrest C. Allred, Aberdeen, South Dakota -- ]

Allred, Loye

Allred, Loye
Provo, Utah US

Loye and Dick Nelson

Class of 1948. Loye Allred. Lincoln High School 1, 2. BYH 3. Her name is listed with the BYH senior class in the Senior Index in the 1948 Wildcat yearbook. Married Richard Nelson. (See Loye & her husband's photo on Class of 1949 reunion page for 2003.) ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Loye Allred Nelson, 87, peacefully returned home on the morning of Wednesday, September 27, 2017. She was born in Provo, Utah, to Raymond Bliss and Alta Booth Allred on July 3, 1930. Loye grew up on the Allred’s farm in Provo with her parents and two younger siblings, Rey and Janice. She attended Lincoln High, B.Y. High and Brigham Young University, graduating in elementary education. She taught in both Utah and California and adored her fourth graders. Loye met her sweetheart Richard “Dick” Nelson while he was painting her mother’s house. Her mother asked him if he knew her daughter and he did not. She then asked, “Would you like to know her?” The rest is history. They were sealed in the Salt Lake Temple on August 15, 1956. Together they had three children: Kathleen, David, and Kristine. Throughout their sixty-one year marriage, Loye lovingly supported all of Dick’s endeavors, especially his businesses. She had a great sense of humor and never failed to make people laugh. Her grandchildren fondly remember her slipping cash into their pockets with the condition that they didn’t tell Grandpa. Loye had a strong testimony of the restored gospel of Jesus Christ, and was a faithful member of the LDS Church. She is survived by her husband, Dick; her children, Kathy Christensen (Dave), David Nelson (Michelle), Kris Babb (Dave); her sister, Janice Datwyler (Boyd); her siblings in-law, Kent Nelson (Carol Jean) and Helen Nicholls (Byron Pat); her fourteen grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents and her brother Rey Allred (Mary Carol). The family expresses gratitude to her caregiver Beverly, the staff at Courtyard at Jamestown, and Encompass Hospice for their loving care. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m., Monday, October 2, 2017 at the Edgemont 9th Ward Chapel, 4300 North Canyon Road, Provo, Utah. Friends may call at the Berg Mortuary of Provo, 185 E. Center Street, Sunday, October 1, from 6-8 p.m. and at the church Monday from 10-10:45 a.m. prior to services. Interment will be in Eastlawn Memorial Hills. Condolences may be expressed at [Berg Mortuary, September 29, 2017]

Anderson, Alma Dawn
436 North 400 West
American Fork, Utah 84003 US

Dawn and Scott Orrock
  • Work: 801-492-4832

Class of 1948. Alma Dawn Anderson. Class of 1948. Senior Class Social Chair, BYH Class of 1948. Married Scott Orrock. Scott Orrock serves on Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr's Foster Care Citizen Review Board Steering Committee --@2005

Baker, Don
11102 Benwell Drive
Lynwood, California 90262-2707 US

Don Baker

Class of 1948. Don Baker. Provo High 2. BYH 3.

Ballif, Maralyn
50 E Bellevue Pl
Chicago, Illinois 60611-1129 US

Maralyn Ballif
  • Work: (312) 335-0042

Class of 1948. Maralyn Ballif. Fauvine 1, 2, 3. Thespian 1, 2, 3, Thespian Secretary 3. Notre Maison 1, 2 3. "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" play 3. "Our Town" play 2. "What a Life" play 1. Y'ld Cat newspaper staff 1, 2. Debate 2, 3. Sweetheart Attendant to Queen, 3. "Great Big Doorstep" play 3. ~ ~ ~ ~ Formerly married James U. Lavenstein. Her parents: Artemesia Romney and Ariel Smith Ballif, Sr.

Beddoes, Faye
10 South 800 West
Mapleton, Utah 84664-4309 US

Faye & Fred L. Johnson
  • Home: (801) 489-7083

Class of 1948. Faye Beddoes. Provo High 1. BYH 2, 3. Fauvines 2, 3. Notre Maison 3. ~ ~ ~ ~ She married Fred Johnson on October 4, 1944. They had the following children: daughters Karen Johnson (Gary) Allred; and Marla Johnson (Steve) Adams; and sons Fred L. (Sandra) Johnson; Clyde (Sue) Johnson; Rusty (Pam) Johnson; Randy (Theresa) Johnson; Kevin (Nan) Johnson; and Mark Johnson. @2011

Bentwet, Lydia

Bentwet, Lydia
1520 East 50 North
Springville, Utah 84663-1765 US

Lydia and Bennie Olsen

Class of 1948. Lydia [Lidia in Senior Index.] Bentwet. Provo High 1. BYH 2, 3. Notre Maison 2, 3. Fauvines 2, 3. ~ ~ ~ ~ Married Bennie Olsen, also BYH Class of 1948. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER HUSBAND'S OBITUARY: Ben L. Olsen died in Springville Utah on Friday August 31, 2018. He was born and raised in Cardston, Alberta, Canada to Frank and Emma Olsen, the sixth of nine children. He graduated from Brigham Young High School in the Class of 1948. Following an LDS Mission to the Southern United States, (South Carolina), he married Lydia Bentwet in the Salt Lake Temple in 1951. In 1955 he obtained his Masters of Science Degree at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah and began his 34 year career as an oil and gas Exploration Geologist with Shell Oil Co. Ben was preceded in death by two sons and a granddaughter and he is survived by his wife Lydia, son Jeff, a granddaughter Tatiana, and five great grandchildren. A viewing will be held at Wheeler Mortuary, 211 E 200 S, Springville, Utah from 6-8 pm on Tuesday Sept 4, 2018. A funeral service will not be held. A short memorial graveside service will be held on Wednesday September 5 at 1 pm at the Provo City Cemetery, 610 S State Street, Provo. [Provo Daily Herald, September 1, 2018]

Black, Homer Jamison
1402 Willow Springs Cir
Ivins, Utah 84738-6306 US

Homer and Vivian Black
  • Work: (435) 674-0063

Class of 1948. Homer Black. Granite High 2. BYH 3. ~ ~ ~ ~ IS THIS? Homer Jamison Black, who was born on November 29, 1926 in Wilford, Utah. His parents were Homer Palmer Black and Emma Jamison Black. Homer J. Black married Vivian ______. Homer Jamison Black died on January 18, 2005 in Santa Clara, Washington County, Utah.

Blackham, Diane

Diane Blackham

Class of 1948. Diane Blackham. Senior Class Secretary, BYH Class of 1948. Representative Girl 3. Woodrow Wilson 2. BYH 3. Fauvines 3. Notre Maison Treasurer 3.

Boyle, Richard Ralph

Boyle, Richard Ralph
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Dick and Margaret Boyle

Class of 1948. Richard Ralph "Dick" Boyle. BYH Student Body Vice President 3, in 1947-48. "Our Town" play 2. "Seven Keys to Baldpate" play 1. "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" play 3. Quill and Scroll 2. Thespian 1, 2, 3, Thespian President 3. Debate 2, 3. Personality Boy 3. Tennis Team 3. Football 2, 3. Y'ld Cat newspaper staff 1, 2, Feature Editor 3. ~ ~ ~ ~ My memories of Academy Square cover a lifetime and are linked to some of the most enjoyable periods of my life. I grew up living across the street from Academy Square on First East. To us it was always known as the Lower Campus, and we played on the lawns on the south and west and among the buildings. An abiding memory from those days is the sound of music that poured from the practice rooms in the basement of College Hall on the east half of the block. We played our games to the accompaniment of endless scales and practice compositions. We attended B.Y. High School in the Arts Building on the northwest portion of the block, and additional classes were held in the other buildings. Plays and weekly assemblies were held in College Hall. The Men's Gym on the top floor of the Training School Building on the northeast part of the block included such features as a great pole to slide from the dressing rooms down to the gym floor, exercise ladders, and a ping-pong table in a caged area above the Gym. (See his photo on Class of 1949 reunion page for 2003.) Dick was the son of Clarence Sidney Boyle, BYU 1924, and Elfie Bean Boyle, BYH 1912. Dick was born on February 17, 1931 in Provo, Utah. He married Margaret. Dick had two sisters and one brother: Elayne Boyle Hoffman, 1917-1968; Norma Claire Boyle, born January 23, 1927, married Fred Sorenson; and Richard Ralph "Dick" Boyle, BYH 1948, married Margaret. Dick was born on February 17, 1931 in Provo, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: RICHARD R. BOYLE OBITUARY, 1931 - 2022. Salt Lake City, Utah - Richard Ralph Boyle, 91, died Thursday December 29, 2022 after a very short illness. A Provo native, he was born on February 17, 1931. He attended schools in Provo, New York City, Cheyenne, Wyoming and Lakewood, Colorado. He returned to Provo at the end of World War II. He had graduated from Brigham Young High School in the Class of 1948. He then graduated from Brigham Young University. He served as an officer in the US Navy for three years which included being stationed in Japan for 18 months. At the end of his active duty, he enrolled in Law School at the University of Utah. After graduation, he worked as a law clerk at the Utah Supreme Court, an assistant Utah Attorney General, an attorney with the Law Department of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and then in private law practice. He was one of the original partners of Kirton McConkie. He retired in 1991. He is survived by his favorite wife of 71 years, Margaret Brim of Downey, Idaho and their four sons. Richard and Gayle of Tucson, Arizona; Brad of Salt Lake City, Utah; Dan and Sue, Matt and Rachel both of Henderson, Nevada. His big sister, Norma Sorenson lives in Lake Oswego, Oregon. His sister Elayne and brother Mark preceded him in death. Twelve grandchildren and five great-grandchildren include him when they count their blessings. He was an active member of the Church throughout his life. He served in many, many callings including working as a guide in the Temple Square Mission for twelve years and many years teaching Gospel Doctrine in Sunday School. We remember him as a devoted husband and father, an interested and engaged grandfather and an enthusiastic and patient fan of BYU sports. Second only to his love of Margaret and his family was his love of tennis. He loved the game. He especially loved the people he played with. Many regular games with friends that extended over decades. He was possessed of a sharp mind and a lightning quick wit. In his professional life, many people depended on his solid advice and counsel. His family, however, treasure his unique hilarious observations that come to our minds every day. A memorial service will be held at 11 am Friday January 13, 2023 at the Holladay North Stake Center, 4395 So. Albright Drive (2145 E.) The family will be available to greet friends at the conclusion of the service. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests that you play a game of tennis. Extra credit for wearing the original BYU blue. The Salt Lake Tribune, January 2, 2023.

Brereton, Donna Lou

Donna Brereton

Class of 1948. Donna Lou Brereton. Fauvines 3. Chorus 3. ~ ~ ~ ~ IS THIS? Donna Brereton, 1404 Dawn Ct San Ramon, CA 94583 - (925) 743-4004

Brown, Lavon
7105 N. Wilder Road
Phoenix, Arizona 85021-8758 US

Lavon Brewer

Class of 1948. Lavon Brown. Fauvines 1, 2, 3. Thespians 2, 3, Thespians Scribe 3. Notre Maison 3. "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" play 3. "Oh Doctor" play 2. Chorus 1, 2, 3. ~ ~ ~ ~ Married _____ Brewer. --@2001

Browning, Nancy
6492 S. Tanner Lane
Salt Lake City, Utah 84121-2768 US

Nancy and Hal Egbert

Class of 1948. Nancy Browning. Y'ld Cat newspaper staff 2. Business Manager 3. "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" play 3. ~ ~ ~ ~ Nancy married Hal Egbert. The parents of Hal Egbert are Harold Allen Egbert and Adeline Riggs Egbert. Hal Egbert's sisters are Barbara Egbert (Metz) Hamblin; and Dolores Egbert (Mel) Rider, of Richfield, Utah. @2001 ~ ~ ~ ~ THEIR SON: Allan Browning Egbert, age 62, son of Hal Riggs Egbert and Nancy Browning Egbert [BYH Class of 1948], unexpectedly passed away on June 21, 2013, from a massive heart attack, while riding his mountain bike in the hills of Draper, Utah. His funeral is Saturday, June 29, 2013, at 10 am at the chapel located at 13112 South 700 East in Draper, Utah. A viewing will be held an hour before the funeral and the night before from 7 pm - 9 pm at the same location. [Wednesday, June 26, 2013]

Bullock, Bernice
2149 Terra Romda Drive
Salt Lake City, Utah 84124 US

Bernice Evans

Class of 1948. Bernice Bullock. Lethbridge Collegiate Institute 1, 2. BYH 3. Girls Basketball 3. ~ ~ ~ ~ Bernice married _______ Evans. --@2001

Bullock, Norman C.
26 East 350 North
North Salt Lake, Utah 84054-2334 US

Norman and Betty Bullock
  • Work: (801) 292-1225

Class of 1948. Norman Bullock. Taber High, Canada 1, 2. BYH 3. "The Washington Years" play 3. ~ ~ ~ ~ Norman married Betty _______. They were both born in southern Alberta, Canada, but came to the US many years ago. They are now in their 70s. Norman started a large truck-trailer towing service which is still in operation [2006]. Alternate address: Bullocks Towing Inc., 5445 Shea Drive, Salt Lake City, Utah 84104-4424 - Phone: (801)531-9256.

Burch, Lois

Burch, Lois
Provo, Utah US

Lois and Robert Morgan

Class of 1948. Lois Burch. Thespian 1, 2, 3. Fauvine 1, 2. Notre Maison 2, 3. "Nine Girls" play 2. "What a Life" play 1. Quill and Scroll 2, Secretary. Wildcat Yearbook Assistant Editor 2, Yearbook Editor 3. Y'ld Cat newspaper staff 2. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Lois Burch Morgan ~ 1930-2020. Lois Burch Morgan passed away at her home Saturday morning, April 25th, 2020. She was born on Friday, June 20th, 1930, in the front room of their Gothic Revival family home at 33 North 600 West in Provo, to Pearl Estella Bradford Burch and William Hilton Burch. She was the last of seven children including Dean, Hilton, Garth, Fae, Bill, and George. Lois was a “daddy’s girl” sitting on her father’s knee at dinner time because there were no more available chairs. She was also highly independent and, at age 11, she walked downtown to Heindselman’s and took their knitting class. She then came home and taught her mother to knit. While attending BY Elementary School, Lois was busy candling eggs and preparing them for sale in the family poultry business. Lois attended Franklin Junior High and BY High, where she excelled academically, and was involved in multiple activities, including serving as the yearbook editor and a member of the Sub-Debs. Lois graduated in the BY High Class of 1948. Following high school she enrolled in the University of Utah College of Nursing where she later graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing and was a member of Phi Beta. She was married on February 2, 1951 to Dr. Robert Leland Morgan, BYH Class of 1946. Bob was her high school sweetheart who, at the time, was a medical student at the University of Southern California. Lois worked as a nurse in Los Angeles while Bob finished his medical training. She and Bob raised their family in Paradise, California. They also lived in Chico, California, on a walnut orchard in Durham, California and eventually retired to Rocklin, California and Midway, Utah. Lois was preceded in death by her parents, her siblings, and her eldest son, Paul Andrew Morgan. Lois is survived by her husband of 69 years and five of her children. They and their spouses include Christopher B. and Stephanie Thomas Morgan, Richard B. and Leona Gima Morgan, Craig B. and Cinda Burton Morgan, Diedre Morgan and Mark N. Roberts, Pamela Morgan and Adam J. Alexander. The children are guiding her grandchildren: Andrew, Ian, Eric, Alexander, Connor, Drew, Cage, Kimberly, James, Bradley, Marissa, Bryce, Landon, Kiera, Nolan, Jenner, Matilda, Sage, Quinn, Eden, Summer and Grace. And on to the next generation of great-grandchildren: Carson, Caitlin, Owen, Rhett, Emma, June, Bridge, Scarlett, Bradford, Greyson, Jaky and Aaliyah. Lois was a devoted member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, giving generously of her time to church service. Lois held numerous leadership callings, including Primary President, Ward and Stake Relief Society President, but her most favorite was in the Nursery, where she would pop popcorn on Fast Sunday and let the smell waft down the hallway of the church building. In her senior years, she and Bob were called to be missionaries in the California Roseville Mission office, a calling they thoroughly enjoyed. Lois also spearheaded the Humanitarian Day in the Rocklin California Stake, where ladies and youth happily came together and sewed and tied numerous quilts for those in need. She could often be found at home knitting leper bandages or NICU hats and booties or beautiful hand-knit sweaters for children in Romania, all while listening to books on tape. She had a true zest for both learning and doing. Lois loved to travel and ski all over the world. She belonged to the Ski Bees Group for 35 years, retiring from skiing at the age of 82. Lois was practical, prudent, thrifty, talented, and possessed a “can-do” attitude. Anyone who visited her home would be blessed with an artfully prepared, nutritious, gourmet meal, beautifully presented, along with garnishes and heated and chilled dinnerware. Her home reflected her gift for interior design and creativity. Lois was an excellent seamstress and loved nature, flowers and gardening. She valued education and continued learning by taking classes at Chico State University in Japanese and floral design. Lois was obedient, faithful, trustworthy, and a very good friend. She spent many hours with her best friend and sister Fae playing marathon Scrabble games (some known to last a week) and visiting with each other. As with everything she did in life, Lois showed us how to endure to the end elegantly and gracefully. May you rest in peace, wife, mother, grand, and great. A graveside service will be held at 12:00 noon on Saturday, May 2, 2020 at the Provo City Cemetery, Provo Utah. A viewing will be held at the Nelson Family Mortuary in Provo from 10:00 — 11:30 that morning.[Provo Daily Herald, April 30, 2020]

Carter, Richard G.
4909 Sir Henry Court
Fair Oaks, California 95628-5315 US

Dick Carter
  • Home: 916-961-5009

Class of 1948. Richard G. Carter. Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1948. Source: 1948 BYH Wildcat yearbook. Tennis 2. Thespians 3. "The Washington Years" 3. Chorus 3. ~ ~ ~ ~ "I graduated in 1948, and attended the all-class reunion held in 2001 at the newly remodeled Lower Campus building. The old high school building we used was torn down several years ago, in fact it was very old when I went there. I see info on the Class of 1948. In 2001 at the reunion, there were 7 of us attending. It is sad when you find that well over half have died. I feel very fortunate, I am 75 -- still going strong, doing many things that I probably shouldn't do." @2010

Clark, Hoover W.

Clark, Hoover W.
Provo, Utah US

Hoover & Euzell Clark

Class of 1948. Hoover Winfield Clark. His photo is found in the Senior Class section of the BYH Wildcat yearbook, 1948. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Hoover Winfield Clark, 76, of Provo passed away peacefully on Saturday, September 30, 2006 at his home. He was born December 10, 1929 in Pleasant Grove to Hyrum Winfield and Sarah Shipley Clark. He married Euzell Tietjen on December 20, 1952 in the St. George LDS Temple. Euzell passed away in 2003. Hoover grew up in Pleasant Grove and graduated from B. Y. High School in 1948. He was a talented trumpet player and played in a dance band on the North Rim Grand Canyon Lodge during his youth. He served an LDS Mission to Paris, France shortly after WWII. He served in the U. S. Army in Army Intelligence and became an accomplished linguist. He attended Brigham Young University and received both his B.S. and Masters Degrees in French. He later received his Ph.D. at Syracuse University. He is survived by his four children: Marilyn Clark, Orem; Sheffer (Yvette) Clark, Springville; John (Liz) Clark, Provo; Kendall Clark, Provo; nine grandchildren and a great grandson; two sisters, Carol (Henry) Anderegg, Provo and Joyce Walker, American Fork; brother, Roland (Jolene) Clark, Salt Lake City. Funeral services were held Friday, October 6, 2006 in Provo. Interment, East Lawn Cemetery. [Provo Daily Herald, October 3, 2006.]

Cloward, June

June Cloward

Class of 1948. June Cloward. Her photograph is in the Senior Class section of the 1948 Wildcat Yearbook. ~ ~ ~ ~ IS THIS? June Lucille Cloward Gammett, age 86, of Cottonwood Heights, Utah passed away May 19, 2010. Funeral services will be directed by Anderson & Sons Mortuary, American Fork. [Provo Daily Herald, May 21, 2010.] ~ ~ ~ ~ IS THIS HER OBITUARY? June Lucille Cloward Gammett died May 19, 2010, at her daughter's home in Sandy, Utah. She was born June 7, 1923, in Mackay, Idaho. She was the daughter of George and Ruth Cloward. She was one of nine children. She loved her brothers and sisters and stayed close to them throughout her life. She married Alven G. Gammett, and they were married for 49 years. She was the mother of two daughters, Georgia L. Hanks (Larry B. Hanks) of Sandy, Utah, and Patty Erickson of Folsom, Calif. She was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and loved serving her Heavenly Father in many capacities. She particularly enjoyed the temple work she did for many years. June had a rewarding career working in multiple retail establishments. She also provided service to the Idaho Falls Regional Hospital as a member of the Pink Ladies Auxiliary. She lived life to the fullest at all times and loved to try new experiences. She loved her family and left a wonderful legacy and example for them. She will be put to rest next to her husband, Alven in Idaho Falls, Idaho. Her family is grateful for the kind and loving care provided by Bristol Hospice Services. She is survived by her daughters, 10 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. today at Anderson & Sons Mortuary, 49 E. 100 North in American Fork, Utah. Graveside services will be at 3:30 p.m. at Rose Hill Cemetery in Idaho Falls. Online condolences may be sent to [Idaho Falls Post-Register, Saturday,May 22, 2010.]

Creer, Patricia Ann

Creer, Patricia Ann
Riverton, Wyoming US

Pat & Robert/Harry Burton-Harnsberger

Class of 1948. Pat Creer. Girls Basketball 2. Cheerleader 1, 2. ~ ~ ~ ~ Patricia Creer first married Robert Lee Burton, Jr. Second married Harry Harnsberger, Jr. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Patricia Ann Harnsberger, 78, of Riverton, Wyoming, died Friday, January 30, 2009 at the Wyoming Medical Center in Casper. According to her wishes cremation will take place and private services will be held at a later date. Patricia Ann Creer was born March 23, 1930 in Provo, Utah to Lenn and Thelma (Greer) Creer. She graduated BYU High School and received her Bachelors from the Fine Arts University of Utah. She married Robert Lee Burton, Jr. Together they had three sons. He preceded her in death in 1962. She later married Harry Harnsberger, Jr. He preceded her in death in 1991. Patricia was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She served as a Primary Teacher and a MIA Live Performance Director. The family said their mother led a very active life and was active in fine arts and live performances for all of the communities in which she lived. She especially enjoyed painting, sculpting, and performing arts. Her hobbies included Alpine skiing, horseback riding, and ice skating throughout her life. She was a member of the Sports Car Club of America. Patricia lived in Provo, Utah for 33 years, Lander and Riverton for 31 years and 14 years in Phoenix, Arizona. She is survived by three sons: Robert Burton and his wife Lonnie, of Phoenix, Ariz., their son, Shon; Chris Burton and his wife Rosanne of Van Nuys, Calif., their children Lander, Elerie, and Taylor; and Michael Burton and his wife Loretta of Riverton, their children Quaila House and Jon Burton; a sister, Cathleen of Provo. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husbands, Robert Lee Burton, Jr. and Harry Harnsberger, Jr.; son Jon Burton in November of 1976; and granddaughter, Sasha Burton in September of 2000. On-line obituaries are available and condolences for the family may be made at:

de Jong, Carma Rose

de Jong, Carma Rose
Provo, Utah US

Carma and Richard Anderson

Class of 1948. Carma Rose de Jong. Thespians 1, 2, 3. Thespian Scribe 2. Y'ld Cat newspaper staff 1, 2, Assistant Editor 2. Quill and Scroll 2. "Nine Girls" play 2. "What a Life" play 1. "Seven Keys to Baldpate" 1. Wildcat Yearbook staff 3. ~ ~ ~ ~ Carma married Richard Anderson. Her parents: Gerrit de Jong, Jr., [Professor of Fine Arts at BYU from 1925 to 1972] and Thelma Bonham de Jong, married in 1951 in Salt Lake City. Gerrit and Thelma had three daughters: Belle de Jong Van Wagenen [BYH Class of 1936], Nola de Jong Sullivan [BYH Class of 1942], Carma Rose de Jong Anderson [BYH Class of 1948], all of Provo, Utah. @1995 [see More Info link.] Carma was recently been editing, writing, and swimming in 750 pictures and permissions because BYU Religious Studies Center has published her 1992 Ph.D. dissertation. She just turned 75, but is going "like a house afire" on publishing deadlines. It is a big $125 book, edition of 5000. @2007 ~ ~ ~ ~ In 1935, Rosabelle and Gerrit de Jong's exquisite new Dutch colonial home on University Avenue stood close to the BYU Academy which, restored, now serves as our Provo Library. We gardened our own food and carefully cared for making our own clothes, with as little spending as possible. But the Great Depression was never mentioned to me in kindergarten or later. I thought we must be the richest people in Provo! Our parents called us all away from any activities whenever we could be together. Prayer was of utmost importance to us. Often I was a tardy child in putting down my art projects, or coming in from play outside, sometimes finding all the family kneeling around my parents' bed and impatient for me. I would sink down by Daddy, and then wiggle my freckled body under his. I felt more secure than inside a guarded tower! I pressed my cheeks into the crocheted bedspread my Dutch grandma had elaborately made to grace our new home. The warmth of that home was all around me; the huge, kindly forces of my father were encircling me, and it seems there was a channel straight up to heaven, filled with my father's voice in prayer. From the age of 5 in 1935, I attended grade school at the BYU lower campus "Training School," a practice teaching ground for our education majors. At recess, sunny or snowy, I was often tempted to dash with a friend up the flight of stairs to Daddy's office of Fine Arts, 204 in the College Hall Building (both buildings now gone). There stood Dean Gerrit de Jong's big oak desk, with a seemingly endless array of tiny drawers under the roll top. Daddy never looked at me in his life without a smile, so immediately from one hidden corner he would reach for his stash of chocolate, either real Droste Dutch or Hershey American. He shared for our ravenous palates that sensual aroma and tranquilizing taste of what essentially contributed to my handsome Amsterdamer daddy's linguistic ability to write and lecture in six languages, or his musical inspiration to compose. His bloodstream was pure chocolate! Carma de Jong Anderson is both an artist and a consultant on historic clothing and textile restoration for historic sites of the LDS Church. She is a mother of four, grandmother of 10 and recent great-grandmother. Source. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Dr. Carma Rose de Jong Anderson passed peacefully on Thursday, November 17, 2022. Born March 6, 1930 (Provo, UT) to Gerrit deJong Jr and Rosabelle Winegar, she was a writer, producer, director, costumer, modern dancer, choreographer, and artist. She was a noted watercolorist in one-person shows and galleries, an actress and theater designer. Her poetry was published in academic journals and magazines, including the 2015 Utah State Poetry Anthology. A devout member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, she graduated from Brigham Young High School in the Class of 1948. She then attended Brigham Young University, graduating with a BA in art and modern languages. In 1992, she was awarded a PhD in Historic Clothing with a minor in Modern Languages. For her doctoral dissertation she received the Reese Monetary Award at BYU. Especially known for her skill in hand-sewn historic clothing and textiles for LDS Historic Sites, she advised artists, sculptors, writers, and filmmakers to accurately portray LDS historic costumes in their works. She has received special recognition from local, state, and national cultural organizations. In 2001 she donated 5,000 pieces of her historic clothing and authentic accessories to the BYU Fine Arts Collection. Her international Folk Costumes were used during the 2002 Salt Lake Winter Olympics and featured in performances of “Light of the World” at the opening of the new Latter-day Saint Conference Center in Salt Lake City. Carma is survived by her four children, Roselle Stevenson (Ford) of Provo, UT, Nathan Richard Anderson (Linda) of Calera, AL, Gerrit Lloyd Anderson (Carol) of Renton, WA, and Shawnee Smith (Michael) of Draper, UT. She has 10 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren. She is survived by a sister of affection, Jean Char Gong and preceded in death by her husband, Richard L. Anderson and two sisters, Belle Van Wagenen and Nola Sullivan. A memorial service will be held Saturday, December 17th, at 11:00 am, at the Edgemont 14th Ward Chapel, 4200 North Foothill Drive, Provo, UT. In lieu of flowers the family has asked for donations made to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Humanitarian Fund. To view the online obituary and send condolences visit Source. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER HUSBAND'S OBITUARY: 1926 – 2018. Forever a scholar, Richard Lloyd Anderson graduated with honors from this life on August 12, 2018. Born May 9, 1926 of Lloyd E. and Agnes Ricks Anderson in Salt Lake City he began a lifetime pursuit of knowledge. His early years were spent at the BYU Training School, Pocatello, and Ogden public schools. He served as a naval aviation radio man in WWII. Called to the LDS Northwestern States Mission from 1946-1949, he saw a need to teach the gospel with a more organized approach. Through the encouragement of his mission president, Joel Richards, the teaching method became so successful it was adopted by other missions where it was widely known as the “Anderson Plan” and was published in 7 different languages. Following his mission he returned to Utah where he studied early Christian history, Greek and Latin and became a sought after teacher of missionary and religion courses at Brigham Young University. It was there he met his wife, Carma Rose deJong and they were married on May 22, 1951. He achieved a J.D. from Harvard Law School and a PhD in Ancient History from the University of California, Berkeley. He had a long teaching career at BYU in Church History and Doctrine, Life of Christ, Ancient Scripture, Greek and Roman History. He is an author of three books and hundreds of articles. He was a contributor and editor to many other publications including the Joseph Smith Papers Project. At the time of his death he was annotating the Oliver Cowdery Papers. Richard is survived by his wife Carma Rose deJong, children Roselle Stevenson (Ford) of Provo, Utah, Nathan Richard Anderson (Linda) of Allen, Texas, Gerrit Lloyd Anderson (Carol) of Kauai, Hawaii, and Shawnee Smith (Michael) of Draper, Utah, brother Karl Ricks Anderson (Joyce) of Lyndhurst, Ohio and Margaret Gustaveson (Dale) of Eden, Utah, 10 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his sister, Janet Faye Maybe (Melvin). A visitation will be held Friday, August 17 from 6-8 pm, at the LDS Chapel, 4220 Foothill Dr., Provo, Utah. Funeral Services will be held on Saturday, August 18, 2018, 10:30 am at the Provo Utah Edgemont Stake Center, 303 West 3700 North, Provo, Utah with viewing prior from 9-10 am. Interment,Provo City Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the family for an educational scholarship fund to be established in Richard’s name. Funeral Directors: Utah Valley Mortuary. Condolences may be expressed to the family at [Provo Daily Herald, August 14, 2018]

Dow, Kay
574 6th St W
Cardston, Alberta, Canada T0K 0K0 CA

Kay and Wilda Dow
  • Work: (403) 653-3373

Class of 1948. Mr. Kay Dow. His photograph appears with the Senior Class in the 1948 Wildcat yearbook. Kay married Wilda ________.

Durfee, Lyman

Durfee, Lyman
Orem, Utah US

Lyman and Donna Durfee

Class of 1948. Lyman Durfee. BY High band 1947-1948 ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Lyman Durfee passed away on February 25, 2012 and he is finally free from pain, pills, and all of the ailments that have lived with him the past two years. Lyman was born in Aurora, Utah, on January 30, 1930, to LeGrande and Alima Durfee. He graduated from BY High in the Class of 1948. He then graduated from BYU with a Master's Degree in Accounting. He was drafted into the Marines during the Korean War, then worked in San Francisco as a CPA for Arthur Andersen Accountants. Lyman was offered a job at BYU where he became Director of Financial Services, and worked there for 40 years in the Financial area before retiring in 1995. Lyman has served on the Board of Directors of First Security Bank and the Universal Credit Union, and also was President of The Southern Chapter of CPAs and The Utah Chapter of Internal Auditors. He was privileged to serve as President of the Western Association of College and University Business Officers, and also Secretary of their National organization. Lyman's favorite church callings were as Bishop of the BYU 125th Ward, and Financial Clerk of the Cherry Hill 3rd Ward. He met his wife of 52 years, Donna Nicholson, in the BYU International Folk Dancers, and in his younger years taught square dancing and social dancing. Lyman loved jogging and working in his yard until arthritis infiltrated his body. After retiring he spent fifteen years going to assisted living centers playing the piano and singing, including Orem Nursing & Rehab where, ironically, he spent the last few months of his life. Lyman is survived by his wife, Donna, his children Ryan (Melanie) Durfee, Jason (Pauline) Durfee, Janae (Bob) Church and Dallin (Memorie) Durfee, twelve grandchildren, and his siblings, Lola Jenkins, Merrill Durfee, Myrna Herde, and Leila Costello. Many thanks to Vista Care, and staff at Orem Rehab. Funeral Services will be held on Friday, March 2, 2012 at 11:00 a.m at the Cherry Hill 3rd Ward chapel 1650 S 200 E. in Orem. A viewing will be held Thursday from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Sundberg-Olpin Mortuary, 495 South State Street, Orem and also 9:45-10:45 a.m. at the ward chapel prior to the services. In lieu of flowers please donate to the LDS Philanthropies, 15 E. South Temple, 2nd Floor East, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, 801-240-5567, Condolences may be sent to the family at [Provo Daily Herald, February 29, 2012] ~ ~ ~ ~ [For some reason, his name, photo do not appear with the senior class in the 1948 Wildcat yearbook.]

Eckley, Joy
1030 E. Libra
Tempe, Arizona 85283-3057 US

Joy Kauffman

Class of 1948. Joy Eckley. Her photograph appears in the Senior Class section of the 1948 Wildcat yearbook. Joy married _____ Kauffman.

Evans, Elsie

Elsie Evans

Class of 1948. Elsie Evans. Her photograph appears in the Senior Class section of the 1948 Wildcat yearbook.

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