Class of 1936 H.S.



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Alphabetical Alumni

Morgan, John (1936)

John Morgan

Class of 1936. John Morgan. Source: 1936 BYH Wildcat yearbook. BYH Junior Class President, 1934-1935. ~ ~ ~ ~ [TM] Need his middle initial or name. ~ ~ ~ ~ This may be: John Lorenzo Morgan, born October 7, 1916 in Logan, Utah [some sources say Ogden, Utah]. His parents: William Otto Morgan and Lizzie Josephine (Elizabeth) Beesley. John Lorenzo Morgan died on September 8, 1950.

Mortenson, Norma Rae

Mortenson, Norma Rae

Norma Mortenson

Class of 1936 ~ Honorary. Norma Rae Mortenson. She appears in the 1935 BYH Wildcat yearbook as a junior, but does not appear in the 1936 Wildcat yearbook as a senior. Must assume she did not graduate in 1936. ~ ~ ~ ~ Norma Mortensen (sic) was born September 14, 1918 in Provo, Utah. Her parents: Levi Arthur Mortensen and Thelma Alice Smart. Norma died on February 23, 1976.

Newell, Jane Alice

Newell, Jane Alice
Provo, Utah 84601 US

Jane and David Vance
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Class of 1936. Jane Newell. Source: 1936 BYH Wildcat yearbook. Faculty & Staff. Beginning in 1946-47, Jane Newell Vance taught Physical Education, Girls Athletics & Dance at BYH. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents: Myron Clark Newell, Jr. and Jane Alice Buckley Newell. The Newells had six children, two sons and four daughters: Florence Newell Nelson [born 1902] [BYU Class of 1920] (Lowry) Nelson; Clark Buckley Newell [born 1903] (Melba Christensen); [Erma] Maxine Newell [born 1907] (Sheldon) Smith; Helen Rose Newell [born 1913] [BYH Class of 1931?] (Arthur) Zabriskie; William Lynn Newell [born 1915] (1. Yvonne Holt; 2. Pauline; 3. Edith R.); and Jane Alice Newell [born 1919] [BYH Class of 1936] (David) Vance. ~ ~ ~ ~ TRIBUTE TO HER HUSBAND: David Harris Vance, Lieutenant, U.S. Army Air Corps. His birth: 19 June 1917, American Falls, Idaho, to Arthur and Stella Vance. Missing in Action: 13 August 1944. David Vance was an active member of the LDS Church and a recipient of the Hiller-Harmon Award. After graduating from high school he graduated from Brigham Young University. Following graduation he took a job as an auditor at the Marine base in San Diego, California. He was a newly married husband to the former Jane Newell when he entered the forces and was trained to serve as navigator for the B-17, or Flying Fortress. In June of 1944 with his wife seven months pregnant at home, he was called overseas. Two months later, in August, David Harris Vance was reported missing in action over France. A wife and daughter, Jane and Peggy Jane Vance, hold him as husband and father, and his nation holds him as a patriot. ~ ~ ~ ~ Jane Alice Newell was born on July 22, 1919 in Provo, Utah. Her parents were Myron Clark Newell, Jr., and Jennie Buckley. She married David Harris Vance on February 12, 1941 in Provo, Utah. She died on May 28, 1996 in Provo, Utah.

Parker, Hugh [Clarence Hugh]

Parker, Hugh [Clarence Hugh]
Caliente, Nevada US

Hugh and Willa Parker

Class of 1936. Hugh Parker. Source: 1936 BYH Wildcat yearbook. ~ ~ ~ ~ Clarence Hugh Parker was born on November 3, 1917 in Riverdale, Utah. His parents were Earl L. Parker and Lavina Hobson. He died on June ll, 1974 in Caliente, Nevada. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. Hugh Parker was a World War II Veteran. He married Willa Higby. Willa Higby was born on April 11, 1918 in Wallsburg, Utah. Her parents were William Davis Higbee and Viola Jane Boren. Willa Higbee Parker died on March 19, 1992 in Provo, Utah. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. ~ ~ ~ ~ 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].

Passey, Katherine

Passey, Katherine
Orem, Utah US

Kay and Ray - Willis Willoughby - Peay

Class of 1936 ~ Honorary. Katherine Passey. She appears in the 1935 BYH Wildcat yearbook as a junior, but does not appear in the 1936 Wildcat as a senior. Must assume she did not graduate in 1936. ~ ~ ~ ~ OBITUARY: Katherine Passey Willoughby Peay, age 79, died Dec. 27, 1997 in Salt Lake City, Utah. She was born October 22, 1918 in Provo, Utah, to Roy and Sarah Harris Passey. She married her first husband, Raymond Willoughby, in Provo, Utah, after his tour of duty in World War II, they made their home in Orem. Some years later, she married Willis Peay, who died in 1993. They enjoyed beautifying their home, and they enjoyed traveling. One year, they won the top home beautification award from the city of Orem. Kay, as she was known, was very proud of her Hyrum Smith heritage and was strong in keeping family reunions organized. She graduated from BYU High School [in 1936?] and worked most of her life. She worked in Food Services at the BYU Wilkinson Center and made a lot of friends there. She was active in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and spent most of her life caring for others. She loved to do temple work and prepared meals and parties for her neighbors, family and friends. She loved to dance and have fun and is famous for her rice pudding! Kay Peay was the bright, friendly receptionist at the new Orem City Hall, and everyone liked to talk to as they came to get information. Sometimes she was called the Voice of Orem. She kept an historical scrap book for the City of Orem over 14 years. She was a past president of the Orem Women's Club; president of the PBX Club in Provo; a member of the Sharon PTA and a member of the Women's Council, Delta Arts Section. She is survived by her son: Fred Willoughby and his wife, Helen, of Midvale, Utah and by her daughter, Peggy Lester, of Fort Smith, Arkansas. Also survived by 12 grandchildren and many great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Saturday, January 3, 1998 in Provo. Interment was in the Provo City Cemetery. [Published in the Deseret News, Thursday, January 1, 1998.]

Perry, Carma

Perry, Carma
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Carma and Harrold Smithson

Class of 1936. Carma Perry. Source: 1936 BYH Wildcat yearbook. ~ ~ ~ ~ Carma Lee Perry was born on November 18, 1920 in Powell, Wyoming [or June 1919 in Salt Lake City, Utah]. Her parents were Foster Orin Perry and Clyta Merle Jensen. Carma married Harrold Murray Smithson on June 19, 1942 in Las Vegas, Nevada. She died on October 14, 1961 in Salt Lake City. Interment, Salt Lake City, Utah. Her husband, Harrold Murray Smithson, was born on March 1, 1917 in Winchester, Illinois. His parents were Thomas Elbert Smithson and Cinderella Cecelia Harrold. He died on November 26, 1989 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Pierpont, Mildred

Pierpont, Mildred
Las Vegas, Nevada US

Mildred Humphrey-Cotner

Class of 1936. Mildred Pierpont. Source: 1936 BYH Wildcat yearbook. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU BS Accounting 1941. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents were James King Pierpont and Mary Anna Emma Schmidt Pierpont. Mildred's mother Mary was born on August 5, 1889, in Leipzig, Germany. James and Mary were married in November of 1918. Mildred L. Pierpont was born son after on November 28, 1919. Mildred attended BY High School and graduated in the Class of 1936. She first married Elmer T. Humphrey on March 4, 1939, in Indianapolis, Indiana. Mildred second married David Edison Cotner on July 26, 1969. This second marriage is engraved on her tombstone in the Provo Cemetery. Mildred has a tombstone in the Provo Cemetery with no death date, but she is actually buried in the Crown Hill Cemetery in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Powell, Max

Powell, Max

Max Powell

Class of 1936. Max Powell. Source: 1936 BYH Wildcat yearbook. ~ ~ ~ ~ Max Powell was born May 15, 1916, and died in July of 1995 in Jasper County, Missouri.

Pratt, Rey Lucero, Jr. [Ray]

Pratt, Rey Lucero, Jr. [Ray]
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Rey and Afton Pratt

Class of 1936 ~ Honorary. Ray Pratt. He is shown in the 1935 BYH Wildcat yearbook as a junior, but he does not appear in the 1936 BYH Wildcat yearbook as a senior. Must assume he did not graduate. ~ ~ ~ ~ Rey Lucero Pratt, Jr., was born April 30, 1917 in Manassa, Colorado. His parents were Rey Lucero Pratt, Sr., and Mary Stark. Rey L. Pratt Sr. served as president of the Mexican Mission for almost thirty years, and was one of the First Council of Seventy between 1925 and 1931. Rey Jr. married Afton Madsen on May 29, 1942 in Salt Lake City, Utah. He died on June 23, 1990.

Richardson, Beth
Provo, Utah US

Beth and Frank Webb

Class of 1936. Beth Richardson. Source: 1936 Wildcat yearbook. She married Frank Webb. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents: Edmund Arthur Richardson and Ivie Romney Richardson. They had the following children: Lurleen Richardson Black, dec.; Beth Richardson [BYH Class of 1936] Webb, Provo; Annie Richardson [BYH Class of 194?] Olsen, North Hollywood, California; Wanda Richardson Peck, Rupert, Idaho; Waldo Richardson, El Cajon, California; Keith Richardson, Columbus, Ohio; and Edmund Arlo (Vonda June Tucker & Virginia Stolpe) Richardson, dec. @1990 ~ ~ ~ ~ HER HUSBAND'S OBITUARY: Francis "Frank" Adelbert Webb, 81, died on September 22, 2004. He was surrounded by members of his loving family at the Utah Valley Regional Medical Center. Frank was born March 8, 1923 to Grant Warren Webb and Catherine Eames in Burley, Idaho. He was raised in Salt Lake City, Utah and Hollywood, California. He proudly served in the U.S. Navy during World War II (April 1942-October 1945), primarily in North Africa. His love for his country was evidenced as he related stories to his grandchildren. Frank had a strong testimony of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He served in the Texas/ Louisiana mission (October 1948 - October 1950), where they proselyted during the summer without purse or script. Frank served his Church willingly. Among other callings, he served as Bishop, High Councilman and most recently as stake auditor. Frank married his eternal companion, Irena Beth Richardson on May 29, 1952 in the LDS Salt Lake Temple. They raised their family of four children in North Hollywood, California and Provo, Utah. Frank worked as an auditor/accountant for Bank of America for 13 years. He then worked as an administrator/accountant for the Continuing Education Division at Brigham Young University. He was a true blue Cougar fan. Frank is survived by his sweetheart, Beth, of Provo; his four children, Peggy (John) Hayes of Provo; Sheri (Gary) McMurtrey of China Spring, Texas; Marilyn Webb of Provo; and Kenneth Webb of Clinton, Washington; 18 grandchildren and two great-grand-children. He will also be missed by his faithful dog, Pepper. Funeral services were held Tuesday, September 28, 2004 in Provo. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. [Deseret News, Saturday, September 25, 2004.]

Roberts, Roberta Faye

Roberts, Roberta Faye
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Roberta and David Berrey

Class of 1936. Roberta Roberts. Source: 1936 BYH Wildcat yearbook. HER OBITUARY: Roberta Faye Roberts Berrey, age 83, passed away October 17, 2002. Roberta was born Aug. 6, 1919 in Provo, Utah to Zella Lichfield and Frank E. Roberts. She was preceded in death by her parents, her older brother Harold and sister Beth Purdue. Roberta grew up in Provo and Salt Lake City. She attended high school at BYU High School. She spent two years at BYU, then transferred to Utah State University where she graduated with a Bachelors Degree. During this time, she met her husband David L. Berrey. They were married in the Salt Lake Temple on June 15, 1941. After graduation she taught grade school in Minersville, Utah while her husband served in World War II. During his service as a career Naval Officer and pilot, they had five children and were stationed in many places from Virginia to California. Upon his retirement, they moved to Salt Lake City where she played an active role in their business ventures including ranching and real estate and designed several of the buildings that they built and operated together. Her faithful membership in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, led her to serve in many callings during her lifetime. She was an active member of the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers and was proud of her rich pioneer heritage. A wonderful teacher, she instilled in her family her love of learning and the importance of family. As the center of our family she was always a good mother. She loved her husband, David, dearly. Roberta is survived by her loving husband David, their children (Carol Berrey, Joan Rands, Holly Dedman, David J. Berrey, and Phoebe Berrey), her sister Carol Bunnell, 15 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Monday, Oct. 21, 2002 at Federal Heights LDS Chapel in Salt Lake City, Utah. Interment, Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Her family suggests memorial donations to the Primary Children's Hospital [Deseret News, Saturday, October 19, 2002.]

Sterneckert, Max A.

Sterneckert, Max A.
Provo, Utah US

Max and Macksene Sterneckert

Class of 1936. Max Sterneckert. Source: 1936 BYH Wildcat yearbook. [1936: Name spelled Steineckret; 1935 spelled correctly: Sterneckert.] ~ ~ ~ ~ He married Macksene Madsen. They formerly owned the Oscar Swett Ranch in Dagget County, Utah, also known as the Red Canyon Lodge, Inc. ~ ~ ~ ~ OBITUARY: Max A. Sterneckert, born February 9, 1918, in Provo, Utah, passed away of natural causes on Wednesday, October 6, 2004, at the Utah Valley Medical Center. He is the son of Albert (Dosh) Sterneckert and Nellie Grange. He and Macksene Madsen were married on April 24, 1940, in the Manti Temple. He is the father of Jan M. Sterneckert, Texas; Karen Lee Holgate, Idaho; and Alan B. Sterneckert, Utah. Max is the grandfather of eleven grandchildren and twelve great- grandchildren. One sister, Rita Sterneckert Close, survives him. Shortly after marriage, Max worked as an electrical dispatcher for U.S. Steel, Geneva Works, for approximately six years. After his employment at Geneva, they moved to Blackfoot, Idaho, starting an auto parts store and machine shop. Later, for more than twenty-five years he was the owner of Auto Parts and Equipment located in Spanish Fork, Utah. After selling this business, he was employed at Hafer's Equipment in Salt Lake City. Retiring in 1989, Max resided in Provo, with his wife of more than 64 years. Interested in automobiles and motorcycles from the time he was a young man, helping in his father's car repair business, he enjoyed working with them as a pastime and business. Throughout his business and personal relationships, Max enjoyed a reputation for honest dealings. Over many years, he frequently enjoyed the company of family members and good friends in outdoor sports, camping, boating, and hunting. Roses and gardening were also life-long hobbies. Graveside services were held Monday, October 11, 2004, at the Provo City Cemetery, 610 S. State Street, Provo, Utah. [Provo Daily Herald, Sunday, October 10, 2004.]

Stevens, Glen M.

Stevens, Glen M.

Glen and Ruby Stevens

Class of 1936 ~ Honorary. Glen Stevens. He appears in the 1935 BYH Wildcat yearbook as a junior, but does not appear in the 1936 BYH Wildcat yearbook as a senior. Must assume he did not graduate in 1936. ~ ~ ~ ~ Glen M. Stevens was born on February 15, 1919 in Richfield, Utah. His parents were Charles W. Stevens and Juanita Jensen. He married Ruby Milner on April 7, 1939 in Salt Lake City, Utah. He died on February 27, 1986.

Swensen, Richard Davis

Swensen, Richard Davis
Orem, Utah US

Dick and Arleen Swensen

Class of 1936. Dick Swenson. [Spelled both Swenson and Swensen in 1935 and 1936 Wildcat yearbooks -- Swensen is correct]. Source: 1936 BYH Wildcat yearbook. ~ ~ ~ ~ He was born July 7, 1919. He married Arleen Stowell. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents are John C. Swensen (Swenson), born February 4, 1869 [BYA High School 1888, BYA Collegiate 1900], married Margaret Davies (Davis) Swensen. John originally used the -SON spelling, but later in life he decided it would be better to use the -SEN spelling. John and Margaret had ten children; five of the children continued with the -SON spelling, but the other five changed and used the -SEN spelling. They had seven sons and three daughters as follows: ~ ~ 1. John Starr Swenson [BYH Class of 1917?], born March 27, 1900, died December 28, 1977. He married Marva Carter. ~ ~ 2. Carl Davis Swenson [BYH Class of 1919?], born August 3, 1901, died April 29, 1979. He married Lura Tanner. ~ ~ 3. Reed Knute Swenson [BYH Class of 1921], born February 16, 1903, died April 2, 1989. He married Ruth Freebairn. ~ ~ 4. Alice Swenson, born May 10, 1905, died in infancy. 5. Margaret Swensen [BYH Class of 1923], born May 29, 1906, died January 30, 1987. She married James L. Jacobs. ~ ~ 6. Francis McLean Swenson (Mac) [BYH Class of 1926?], born June 29, 1908, died August 22, 1963. He married Willa Sowards. ~ ~ 7. Louise Swensen [BYH Class of 1928?], born May 24, 1910, died October 5, 1992. She married Jay Tolman. ~ ~ 8. Joseph Cadwallader Swensen [BYH Class of 1931], born June 15, 1913, died May 9, 2005. He married Verna Harding. ~ ~ 9. Albert Donald Swensen [BYH Class of 1933], born May 28, 1915, died October 6, 2001. He married Jennie Romney. ~ ~ 10. Richard Davis Swensen [BYH Class of 1936], born July 7, 1919. He married Arleen Stowell. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Beloved husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather, Richard Davis Swensen passed away peacefully on Saturday, September 8, 2007, at the Alpine Valley Care Center in Pleasant Grove. Richard was born on July 7, 1919 in Provo to John C. and Margaret Davis Swensen. He was the youngest of their ten children. Dick's family had a big impact on his early life and he greatly admired his parents and each of his brothers and sisters. He attended school at the BYU Training School [graduating from Brigham Young High School in 1936] and spent summers at the Aspen Grove summer school, where his father taught. Dick enrolled at Brigham Young University in the fall of 1936 and graduated with a bachelor's degree in accounting in June of 1940. While attending BYU, he enlisted in the U.S. Army, where he served in the 145th Field Artillery Unit. He later served as a second lieutenant in the Army Medical Administrative Corps in World War II in the European Theater. After the war, he returned home to Provo and accepted a job with the War Assets Administration in Salt Lake City. It was during this time that he met Arleen Stowell, the love of his life. They were married on March 15, 1949 in the Mesa Arizona Temple. Dick and Arleen made their first home in Richfield and later moved to Provo, where Dick was employed from 1951 until 1983 by U.S. Steel, initially at Ironton and later at Geneva. He certified as a CPA in 1954. Dick was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served in various church positions, including financial clerk for several bishops, high counselor, and temple worker. Throughout his life, Dick enjoyed being in the outdoors, playing tennis, and spending time with his family. He loved to take road trips and especially enjoyed exploring out-of-the-way places and points of interest in rural Utah. He was an avid fan of BYU athletics. Those who knew him remember his quiet manner, generous spirit, and wry sense of humor. Richard is survived by his wife, Arleen, their five children: Elaine (Howard, deceased) Atkin, American Fork; Harold (Sally), South Jordan; Dale (Lexie), Provo; Alan, Hamilton, N.Y.; and Annette (Kevin) Bean, American Fork; seventeen grandchildren and ten great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, six brothers, and three sisters. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, September 13, 2007 at 11:00 a.m. at the Stonewood 2nd Ward Chapel, 575 S. 400 W., Orem, Utah. Family and friends may call Wednesday evening from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at Berg Mortuary, 500 N. State Street, Orem, and one hour prior to the services at the chapel on Thursday. Interment will be at the Provo Cemetery. Condolences may be sent to info@bergmortuary.com [Provo Daily Herald, September 11, 2007.]

Tanner, Carol

Tanner, Carol
Provo, Utah US

Carol and Dave Smith

Class of 1936. Carol Tanner. She appears in the 1935 BYH Wildcat yearbook as a junior, but does not appear in the 1936 BYH Wildcat yearbook as a senior, but according to her obituary, graduated with the BYH Class of 1936. She may have missed photo day during her senior year. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Carol Tanner Smith, our beloved mother, grandmother, great- grandmother, and sister, died on May 25, 2006. She was 87 years old. At her side were her family members. Carol was born in Moroni, Utah, on October 4, 1918, the first child of Vasco M. And Annie A. Tanner. She graduated from B.Y. High in 1936, and received her degree in library science at BYU, and a Masters degree from U.S.C. She was later employed as BYU's head science librarian. In 1941 she married Evans Smith. Her two children, Rebecca, and David (Kathy), and their families were the joy of her life. Carol never seemed happier than when surrounded by her family. Carol was an active member of the LDS Church and over the course of her life held many positions. She had a strong testimony of the gospel of Jesus Christ. She was kind, thoughtful, generous and loving right to the very end. She traveled extensively and was an active member of Sorosis and D.U.P. She took special delight in spoiling her pet dogs. Carol is survived by her daughter Rebecca Bailey, and son David (Kathy) Smith. She is also survived by her grandchildren: Christopher, Jason, Tavia, Rachel, Mary, Zachary, Heather, Gregory, Matthew, Elizabeth, Carolyn, and Levi. She is also survived by 18 great- grandchildren, a sister, Gloria Smith, a brother, V Jordan Tanner, her best friend of many years, Lloyd Allen, and many other family members that dearly loved her. Carol was preceded in death by her parents and two sisters, Marilyn Murphy and Carmela T. Forsyth and her husband, Dave. Graveside services were held Tuesday, May 30, 2006, in the Provo City Cemetery located at 610 South State Street. [Provo Daily Herald, May 28, 2006.] ~ ~ ~ ~ FAMILY: Parents: Professor Vasco Myron Tanner (born October 29, 1892 in Payson, Utah) and Annie Atkin Tanner (born December 14, 1891). Vasco and Annie married on June 5, 1917. The children of Vasco and Annie Tanner included: Carol Tanner, married Leo Evan Smith; Marilyn Tanner, married Edward Smith Murphy; Carmela Dawn Tanner, married David Pond Forsyth; Gloria Tanner, married Maurice Smith; and V Jordan Tanner, married Pat Nowell.

Taylor, Ted Cranmer

Taylor, Ted Cranmer
Springville, Utah US

Teddy Taylor

Class of 1936. Teddy Taylor (Ted Cranmer Taylor). Source: 1936 BYH Wildcat yearbook. ~ ~ ~ ~ Ted Cranmer Taylor was born March 18, 1917 in Springville, Utah. His parents were Jabez Leonard Taylor and Zella May Cranmer. He married ____ Spence on April 26, 1942. He died February 2, 1952 in Springville, Utah [or February 2, 1960]. Interment, Springville Evergreen Cemetery.

Thompson, Ida May

Thompson, Ida May
St. George, Utah US

Ida and Keith Duffin

Class of 1936 ~ Honorary. Ida May Thompson. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Ida May Thompson Duffin, 91, passed away peacfully December 2, 2009 in Mapleton, Utah. She was born in Ashland, Kentucky, July 28, 1918, to Benjamin Franklin Kasee and Augie Thompson. She moved to Provo when she was 5 years old. She had four brothers and one sister. Her whole family was baptized into the LDS Church shortly after arriving in Provo. Ida attended Franklin Elementary School then attended BY High. She married Rodney Keith Duffin in 1937. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake LDS Temple in 1961. They continued to serve as faithful members for the rest of their lives. Ida was preceded in death by her husband Keith in 1987 in St. George where they had moved after retirement. Ida returned to Utah County to be close to family. She is survived by her children Ronald (Janeal) Duffin, Mapleton; Susan (Dennis) Stevenson, Elcajon, California; Richard (Christine) Duffin, Lehi. Ida and Keith were blessed with 11 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. They were especially proud of each of their grandchildren and always made time for each of them. Ida loved children, and the neighborhood children would often come to her door for attention from their friend. Graveside service and interment will be held in the St. George Cemetery on Monday, December 7, at noon. Condolences may be sent to www.wheelermortuary.com [Provo Daily Herald, Sunday, December 6, 2009.]

Warnick, Beth M.

Warnick, Beth M.
Putnam, Connecticut US

Beth Warnick

Class of 1936. Beth Warnick. Source: 1936 BYH Wildcat yearbook. ~ ~ ~ ~ Beth's parents were Frederick G. Warnick and Clara Black Warnick, and they were married January 3, 1900 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They had eight children: Elva Warnick (female); Frederick Leland (Leland) Warnick [BYH Class of 1921]; Inez Warnick [BYH Class of 1922 & 1923]; Paul E. Warnick, Walnut Creek, California; Carl G. Warnick, Sierra Madre, California; Erma Warnick [BYH Class of 1933] (A. LaMar) Andrus, Orem, Utah; Beth Warnick [BYH Class of 1936] Gray, Pomphret, Connecticut; and one more son. @1997 @2010 ~ ~ ~ ~ Beth M. Warnick was born January 30, 1920 in Provo, Utah. She died on January 12, 1998 in Putnam, New London County, Connecticut.

Wedge, Jack

Jack Wedge

Class of 1936. Jack Wedge. Source: 1936 BYH Wildcat yearbook.

Whitehead, Grace
266 East 130 North
Orem, Utah 84057-5521

Grace Martin

Class of 1936. Grace Whitehead. Source: 1936 BYH Wildcat yearbook. Grace Whitehead married _____ Martin. -- @2001

Wilson, Lillis
9712 Dortmund Dr. S
Huntsville, Alabama 35803-1116 US

Lillis & William Lewis

Class of 1936. Lillis Wilson. Source: 1936 Wildcat yearbook. She married William Lewis.

Woodward, Jocelyn

Jocelyn Woodward

Class of 1936. Jocelyn Woodward. Source: 1936 BYH Wildcat yearbook.

Woolf, Wilbur C.
2724 Concho
Mesa, Arizona 85204 US

Wilbur and Wanda Woolf
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Class of 1936. Wilbur Woolf. Source: 1936 BYH Wildcat yearbook. Student Body President 1935-1936. Wilbur Woolf married Wanda Martell. Alternate address: Wilbur C. Woolf, 8518 W Lufkin Dr, Strawberry, Arizona 85544 - (928) 476-4808. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents were Golden LeGrand Woolf [BYH Principal] and Fanny Elizabeth (Beth) Woolf, and they had three children, including Aenone Woolf Christensen [BYH Class of 1935]; Wilbur C. Woolf [BYH Class of 1936]; and Henry McCune (Mac) Woolf [BYH Class of 1940]. Salt Lake Telegram, February 19, 1943.

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