Class of 1969~11~Honorary

Class of 1969~11~Honorary's Website

Alphabetical Alumni

Christensen, Roy Vandborg
1696 Fairway Lane
Spanish Fork, Utah 84660 US

Roy Christensen

Class of 1969. Roy V. Christensen. His parents: Gunnar Charles Christensen and Paula Vandborg Christensen, married in 1944 in Denmark. They immigrated to the United States in 1948 with their first two children. They had a total of six children, all raised in the Provo-Orem Area. Mother, Paula died in 1983, and father, Gunnar, next married Afton, then he died in 2003. The six children of Gunnar and Paula: Finn Vandborg Christensen [BYH Class of 1963] (Jane) of Orem, Ole Vandborg Christensen [BYH Class of 1965] of Sandy, Lis Vandborg Christensen [BYH Class of 1967] (Kenneth B.) Larsen of Sandy, Roy Vandborg Christensen [BYH Class of 1969] of Spanish Fork, Paul Vandborg Christensen [BYH Class of 1971] of Phoenix, Arizona, and Jane Vandborg Christensen of Bloomfield, New Mexico. @2003

Collins, Kathleen [aka Kathryn]
843 East 300 South
Provo, Utah 84606-4918 US

Kathy and James Gadd
  • Work: 801-373-9781

Class of 1969. Kathleen [or Kathryn] Collins. Married James Barton Gadd, 213 S. 300 W, Payson, Utah. Kathy is a sister of Stanley E. Collins, BYH Class of 1951.

Cunningham, David G.

Cunningham, David G.
377 West Mariposa Drive
Washington, Utah 84780 US

Dave and Kris Cunningham
  • Work: 435-628-6158
  • Home: 435-275-4591

Class of 1969. David G. Cunningham. BYU BS University Studies 1978. Dave married Kristine Apostol, also BYH Class of 1969. Dave's brother is John Cunningham, BYH Class of 1967. @2007

Darais, Christopher B.
279 East 4960 North
Provo, Utah 84604 US

Chris Darais
  • Work: 801-221-0903

Class of 1969. Christopher B. "Chris" Darais (male). BYU Art and Design 1974.

Dixon, Margie
72 North 100 East
Provo, Utah 84606-3108 US

Margie and Ron Smith
  • Work: 801-373-1804

Class of 1969. Margie Dixon. Feature Editor of Brigadier Newspaper in 1967-68. BYU MS Analysis of Human Motion & Teaching Certificate 1973. Margie married Ronald J. Smith.

Dorius, Stephanie

Stephanie Dorius

Class of 1969. Stephanie Dorius.

Earl, Robert
944 South 150 East
Orem, Utah 84058 US

Robert Earl

Class of 1969. Robert Earl.

Eastmond, Michael L.
960 Pheasant Creek Drive
Logan, Utah 84321-5447 US

Mike Eastmond
  • Work: 435-753-4286

Class of 1969. Michael Eastmond. BYU BS Chemistry 1977.

Edmunds, John M.
2294 Mountain Vista Lane
Provo, Utah 84606 US

John Edmunds
  • Fax: 801-377-1122

Class of 1969. John M. Edmunds. Attorney. BYU BS Accounting 1978. BYU MBA 1979. JD (not BYU) 1983.

Empey, John
6524 Cleopatra Place NW
Seattle, Washington 98117 US

John and Mary Empey
  • Work: 206-789-3577
  • Home: 206-362-2300

Class of 1969 ~ Honorary. John Empey. I attended BYU Elementary from 2nd through 6th grades. I would have graduated from BYH with the Class of 1969. I was very happy to find the website; I think about those days often and look forward to reconnecting with people I went to school with. My family moved to Los Angeles when I was twelve. I graduated from Dorsey High School in 1969, and The University of Southern California in 1973, with a BA in Theater. I moved to the Northwest in 1977. I am married to Mary Coward and work for the Seattle Youth Symphony. My teachers at BYU Elementary were: 2nd Grade - June Barlow; 3rd Grade - Irma Bennett; 4th Grade - Dale Harding; 5th Grade - Marvin Nelson; 6th Grade - James Baird. Currently I am Box Office Manager at Seattle Youth Symphony. Alternate email: @2007 Gianni Opera

Evans, Bruce

Bruce Evans

Class of 1969. Bruce Evans.

Ford, Marcia

Marcia Jensen

Class of 1969. Marcia Ford. She married ______ Jensen.

Frischknecht, Jill
882 S. Foxhill Drive
Spanish Fork, Utah 84660 US

Jill and Don Andrews

Class of 1969. Jill Frischknecht. She married Don Andrews. Jill's parents: Neil C. Frischknecht and Barbara Kay Jones Frischknecht. Neil and Barbara had nine children, including: Cynthia Frischknecht; Kurt Frischknecht (Cheryl); Carol Ann Frischknecht [BYH Class of 1964] (Lee) Bahr, Bountiful, Neil Jones Frischknecht [BYH Class of 1965] (Judy), Midway, Utah; Joan Frischknecht (LaMar) Sayer, West Jordan Utah; Jill Frischknecht [BYH Class of 1969] (Don) Andrews, Spanish Fork, Utah; Bobby Jo Frischknecht [Barbara, BYH Class of 1971~Honorary] (Kerm) Jackson, Orem, Utah; Mark Frischknecht, Provo, Utah; Cheryl Jones Frischknecht, Las Vegas, Nevada; Jennifer Frischknecht, West Jordan, Utah. @2007

Gleave, Mirreo
559 Rio Virgin Drive
St. George, Utah 84790 US

Mirreo Nelson

Class of 1969. Mirreo Gleave. She married _____ Nelson. Also

Grow, Laraine
409 Ridge Lane
Hockessin, Delaware 19707-9632 US

Laraine and Russ Hakes
  • Work: 302-239-9690

Class of 1969. Laraine Grow. BYU BS Home Economics Education 1974. BYU MS Home Economics Education 1979. She married Russell Alan Hakes. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents: Stewart Lofgren Grow and Sarah Mabey Grow. Laraine's brothers and sisters: Stewart (Julie) Grow, Robert (Emma) Grow [BYH Class of 1967], Jeanne Ann Grow Whiting (Steve), Carolyn Grow Daily (Ken), and Mary Kathleen Grow. ~ ~ ~ ~ Russell A. Hakes is a Professor of Law at the Widener University School of Law, Delaware Campus, Wilmington, Delaware. B.S., BYU 1971, M.S., Yale University, J.D. 1976, BYU, J. Reuben Clark Law School 1978. At BYU he served as a member of the BYU Law Review. Following graduation from law school, Professor Hakes worked as an Associate Attorney for Adams, Duque and Hazeltine in Los Angeles, California, from 1978-85, and as Partner at Adams, Duque and Hazeltine, from 1985-88; and Head of the Real Estate Practice Group, 1986-88. Professor Hakes joined the faculty at Widener in 1988 as an Associate Professor of Law and was promoted to full professor in July 2003. Professor Hakes is admitted to practice in California, and he teaches and writes in the areas of Property, Payment Systems, Secured Transactions, and Sales and Leases. Professor Hakes has been active in a number of professional and civic organizations, including The Uniform Commercial Code Committee of the Section of Business Law of The American Bar Association, The Uniform Commercial Code Committee of the Commercial Law Section of the Delaware State Bar Association; and The Uniform Commercial Code Committee of the Business Law Section of The State Bar of California. In those organizations, he is one of the editors of the Annual Survey of Commercial Law and has been active in preparing legislation that has become part of the commercial law and as a regular panelist for continuing legal education seminars. Alternate email:

Haffner, Rosemary Poke
PO Box 71216
Fairbanks, Alaska 99707 US

R. Poke Haffner
  • Cell: 907-460-7630
  • Home: 907-479-0111

Class of 1968 and 1969, graduating Junior. Rosemary Poke Haffner. BYU BA French in 1972. Magna Cum Laude. BYU Honors Program Highest Honors. MA Philosophy, Yale University 1972-1973. M.Phil Philosophy, Yale University 1975-1977. Columbia University School of Law, NY, NY, 1977-78. Boalt Hall, Berkeley, California, 1978-1980. Traveled and lived abroad in India and Europe. Employed in Attorney General's Office, State of Alaska 1989 for several years. Freie Universitaet, Berlin, Germany 1997-1998, Veterinary Medicine, successfully completed one year and withdrew. Employed by State of Alaska Attorney General's Office January 2001.

Hanson, Kim
79 West 720 North
PO Box 40
Mayfield, Utah 84643 US

Kim and Stan Southam
  • Work: 435-528-3566

Class of 1968 and 1969, graduating Junior. Kim Hanson. Class Social Chair. News Editor of Brigadier Newspaper in 1967-68, Junior Class Party Committee. BYU BS Elementary Education & Teaching Certificate 1982. Kim married Stan Southam. @2009

Harmon, Brent R.
472 South 650 East
Burley, Idaho 83318 US

Brent Harmon
  • Work: 208-654-2628

Class of 1969. Brent Harmon. BYU BS Finance 1986.

Hawkins, Pamela
783 East 950 South
Provo, Utah 84606-5086 US

Pamela and Jason Sucher
  • Work: (801) 377-3571, (801) 377-2175

Class of 1969. Pamela Hawkins. BYU 1974. Married Jason Sucher. Alternate address: Sucher, Jason, 1625 W. 980 S., Orem, UT 84058 - (801) 235-9566

Hintze, Jo Lynn
, Utah US

Jo Lynn and Nelson Carter

Class of 1969. Jo Lynn Hintze. BYU AS Secretarial Tech 1977. Jo Lynn married Nelson A. Carter. Her parents: Royal Sears Hintze and Virgina May Lund Hintze, married July 12, 1946, in Manti, Utah. Her parents had three sons and three daughters: Jerry Lund Hintze [BYH Class of 1965] (Janet), Kaysville, Utah; Scott Lund Hintze [BYH Class of 1968] (Cheryl), Lakeshore, Utah; Jo Lynn Hintze (Nelson) Carter [BYH Class of 1969], Emily Ann Hintze (Rex) Jensen, Mark (Mona) Lund Hintze, all of Provo, Utah [1998].

Hintze, Wayne Jones

Hintze, Wayne Jones
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Wayne and Kristin Hintze

Class of 1969. Wayne J. Hintze. BYU BS University Studies 1975. BYU PhD Organizational Psychology 1985. Owns NUMBERS Inc. consultancy specializin' in quantitative marketin' research and pollin'. Also does Organization Development work. Lived in Alpharetta, Georgia for 18 years causin loss of 'g's in speech and writin'. Four grown offspring - two brown-eyed, two blue-eyed. One ex-wife. Brother is Pablo '68. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: 1951 ~ 2020. Wayne Hintze died suddenly from a heart attack on October 18, 2020 at the age of 69. He was visiting his son in Sedona, Arizona. He was born March 14, 1951 to Lehi Ferdinand Hintze and Ione Nelson Hintze in Brigham City, Utah. He was a member of the Brigham Young High School Class of 1969. A skilled athlete and fierce competitor, Wayne was named the Most Valuable Player in the All-Church Basketball Tournament in 1970. From 1970-1972 he served in Osaka, Japan as a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and developed a lifelong love for the Japanese culture and people; he learned the language in both word and script. Wayne earned his BS in Chemistry and his PhD in Organizational Psychology at BYU. He worked as a marketing research consultant for many years. He loved numbers and statistics. Wayne was married to Catharine DeLong from 1975 to 2002, and together they raised four children in Provo, Utah and Alpharetta, Georgia. His passionate and competitive spirit carried over to card or board games with family and friends when he would loudly encourage himself to success. He played the piano and organ beautifully and lived a life continuously filled with music. He loved to play Chopin nocturnes on the piano and he had a beautiful tenor singing voice. Wayne had a great penchant for sweets and was famous for his mean chocolate cake. He collected rocks everywhere his travels took him, and frequently carried a lucky rock in his pocket. In 2009, he was invited to take a job with US military as a civilian expert to assist in building relationships between the United States through the U.S. Military in Iraq and Afghanistan over a six-year period. A few years after returning home from the middle east Wayne married Kristin Tuttle at the end of 2017. Together, they took the names Baier and Maarah Grayye at the end of 2019 after traveling to Israel together. He was really connective; he genuinely loved his family and friends, and was known for acts of great kindness and generosity. He is survived by his wife Maarah Grayye; his children Eliza, Andrew, Ann, and John; three grandchildren; and his siblings Sharon, David, and Paul. A private memorial will be held near his favorite childhood spot in the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains. For an extended obituary in lieu of a funeral, please go to to leave memories and condolences. [Deseret News, October 27, 2020] ~ ~ ~ ~ Death Reported: Dear BYH Class of '69 Classmates, You may want to know, if you haven't already heard, that classmate Wayne Hintze passed away last Sunday. I learned this yesterday from Mike Brown (by phone) and It was confirmed by Martha Hales (via Facebook). Martha's posting on FB says the cause of death was a heart attack. I have no further details and have not yet seen an obituary. If any of you have any further information about services and etc., please update us. I send my sincerest sympathy to Wayne's family and friends. Best, Richard Reimschussel. @22October2020.

Holtkamp, Kenneth W.
10824 Sundial Rim Road
Highlands Ranch, Colorado 80126 US

Ken Holtkamp
  • Work: 720-708-2411

Class of 1969. Ken Holtkamp. BYU BS Electronics Computing and Engineering 1976. Senior Engineering Manager, Lockheed Martin, Washington, D.C. Two Children. ~ ~ ~ ~ Formerly: 9751 Thorn Bush Drive, Fairfax Station, Virginia. Address updated @Aug2016

Hullinger, Ivan Lamont

Hullinger, Ivan Lamont
Apple Valley, California US

Ivan and Liz Hullinger

Class of 1969. Ivan Hullinger. ~ ~ ~ ~ Laid out to pasture and life is great! Doing well. Have my boy on a Mission in Maryland, and he will be home in January 2014. My oldest girl Azlyn has been married for 2 years now and expecting in February 2014. Alyssa is living in Costa Mesa with her boy friend and working for a veterinarian -- loves her work. I'm looking forward to our 45th reunion! @July2013 ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS DEATH NOTICE: Ivan Lamont Hullinger was born on January 1, 1951 in Vernal, Utah. He died on December 22, 2017 in Apple Valley, San Bernardino County, California at age 66. Interment, Sunset Hills Memorial Park, Apple Valley, San Bernardino County, California. ~ ~ ~ ~ GOFUNDME PAGE: Yesterday morning our Dad, Ivan Hullinger, left this world. He passed away peacefully, and I'm sure was greeted by his sweetheart, Liz. For those who didn't know, Ivan was undergoing chemotherapy in a fight against severe lung cancer. Ivan did his best to take care of many things before leaving this world, but some were left unfinished. I, his daughter, Azlyn Solomon, am creating this donation page for those who would like to contribute to Ivan's memorial. We kids need all the help we can receive. We are greatly appreciative if you simply can "share" the fundraiser, and will take any help that comes our way in any form. We love you all, and sincerely cannot thank you enough for being there for us, and all you did when we lost Liz not so long ago, it seems. Link. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS WIFE'S OBITUARY: Elizabeth "Liz" Ann Hullinger, 48, passed away February 5, 2008, at home in Apple Valley of cancer. Liz was born November 5, 1959, in Los Angeles. She lived in California for 27 years and in Apple Valley for nine years. She was a homemaker. Liz graduated from Arcadia High School and spent her life serving her Father in heaven by serving all those around her. Everyone who knew Liz didn't just like her, they loved her. She gave herself willingly and joyfully to everyone. She will truly be missed by us all. She was preceded in death by her daughter, Ashley Wall. She is survived by her husband, Ivan Hullinger, of Apple Valley; daughters, Azlyn Wall, of Provo, Utah, and Alyssa Hullinger, of Apple Valley; her son, Brerick Hullinger, of Apple Valley; sister, Sharon Rodriguez, of Colorado; brother, Guy Cordon, of Grand Terrace; parents, Erma and Clarence Cordon Jr., of Apple Valley. Visitation was from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday, February 9, 2008, with services at 11 a.m. at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Tuscola Chapel, 15500 Tuscola Road, Apple Valley, California. Bishop Michael Fox will be officiating. Interment, Sunset Hills Memorial Park, 24000 Waalew Road, Apple Valley. Sunset Hills Memorial Park and Mortuary is handling arrangements. Source.

Huntington, Sharon J.

Huntington, Sharon J.
Denver, Colorado US

Sharon Huntington

Class of 1969. Sharon J. Huntington. A member of the Class of 1969 -- may have graduated with the Class of 1968. Sharon Huntington. An accomplished staff writer for the Christian Science Monitor, she was born on August 3, 1951 in Utah. Sharon J. Huntington died in Denver, Colorado on August 4, 2006. She was 55, and died of cancer. ~ ~ ~ ~ SAMPLE ARTICLES: What's in a Biblical name: A child's name used to reflect his or her character. now we give character to our names. The Christian Science Monitor | Date: May 22, 2001 | Byline: Sharon J. Huntington. Of the 10 most popular boys' names given to babies in 2000, eight are found in the Bible. Four of the top 10 girls' names are there as well. Many parents don't even think about where a name comes from when they give their children names. They just like the sound or have a friend or relative with that name. But in the days of the Bible, names were much more meaningful. How would you like to be named Hairy, or Refreshment, or The Spoil Speeds, the Prey Hastens? Your name may actually have a meaning like this, but it's not so obvious... ~ ~ ~ ~ ARTICLE: Moon mysteries: Our solitary satellite has already told us a lot about life on Earth - and it has lots more to say. The Christian Science Monitor | Date: June 18, 2002 | Byline: Sharon J. Huntington. It was the moon that helped to tell us why dinosaurs disappeared. Scientists studied how impacts might have caused the craters on the moon. Their research helped others theorize how a huge rock crashing into the Earth might have wiped out many forms of life here, including the dinosaurs... ~ ~ ~ ~ ARTICLE: Caution: Ingenious animals at work; We used to think that humans were the only tool-users. But now chimps, crows - even dolphins - have been spotted using them. The Christian Science Monitor Article date: April 19, 2005. Byline: Sharon J. Huntington. How often do you use tools? Every day? If you're thinking of a hammer or saw, you might say you don't use tools very often. But a tool can be any object you use to get something done. A fork is a tool. So is a pencil. We use tools all the time. People used to think this was one way we humans were different from animals, because animals don't use tools. Then scientists began to discover animals using tools, sometimes in very clever ways. Because animals in captivity were easier to watch than those in the wild, people first observed tool use by zoo animals. They noticed that chimpanzees would pick up a stick and wave or throw it at another... ~ ~ ~ ~ MORMON BIBLIOGRAPHY: Huntington, Sharon J., “Ears to Hear.” Leading Edge, no. 17 (Summer 1988): 60–70. ~ ~ ~ ~ [Sharon's last known residential address was: 3321 Broadway St Magna, UT 84044-2026 - (801) 252-0189. She was still using her maiden name; no knowledge if she married.]

Hutchings, Cristie
PO Box 758
Price, Utah 84501-0758 US

Cristie & Bryce K. Bryner

BYH Class of 1969. Cristie Hutchings. Cristie majored in Enlish, minored in Library Science. Phi Kappa Phi. Taught English grades 7-9 in Price, Utah. Married Bryce K. Bryner. They have four sons: Christian, Garth, Bryan, Matthew. @Feb2013

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