Class of 1967 H.S.



Class of 1967 H.S.'s Website

Alphabetical Alumni

Andrus, Joseph L.
367 Main Street
Hingham, Massachusetts 02043 US

Joe and Holly Andrus
  • Work: (617)-530-5455
  • Home: (781) 749-2661

Class of 1967. Joe Andrus. Student Body 2nd Vice President. Honor Society, Letterman, Forensics, Band, Football, Wrestling, Tennis, 4th Year Seminary. BYU BA Economics 1973. University of Chicago JD Law 1976. Married Holly. Joe's brother, Newton, graduated from BYH in 1960, and his mother, Erma Warnick Andrus, graduated from BY High [circa 1932]. ~ ~ ~ ~ Alternate email: joseph.andrus@us.pwc.com @2010

Ashworth, Brent Ferrin
1377 Cambridge Court
Provo, Utah 84604-4178 US

Brent and Charlene Ashworth
  • Work: (801) 418-2110; (801) 373-2037
  • Cell: 801-368-6001
  • Home: 801-373-1707
  • Fax: 801-418-2190

Class of 1967. Brent F. Ashworth. Student Body President in 1966-1967. Honor Society, Forensics, Band, Newspaper Staff, Assistant Editor, Boy's State, Class Senator, Honor Roll, Oratory (Superior, Region and State), Debate (Superior), Debate Achievement Award, Voice of Democracy (School and District winner), Sons of the American Revolution Oratorical Winner (2nd National). BYU BA History 1972. University of Utah JD Law 1975. ~ ~ ~ ~ BRIEF BIOGRAPHY: Brent Ferrin Ashworth was born January 8, 1949, in Albany, California, the first son and child of Dell Sheperd and Bette Jean Brailsford Ashworth [she is a member of the BYH Class of 1945]. Dell and Bette had four children: 1. Brent Ashworth [BYH Class of 1967] (Charlene), Provo; 2. Mark Ashworth [BYH Class of 1969] (Debi), Mission Viejo, California; 3. Anne Ashworth (Kim) Golightly, Bethesda, Maryland; and 4. Christopher "Kit" Ashworth (Barbara), Pleasant Hill, California. @1995 ~ ~ ~ ~ Brent grew up in Provo, Utah, where he earned the rank of Eagle Scout at age 13 and graduated from Brigham Young High School as studentbody president in 1966-67. He entered Brigham Young University in 1967, graduating cum laude with a BA in History and Political Science in 1972. He served in the US Army Reserves, and was called to active duty at Ft. Ord, California in 1969. He met his future wife, Charlene Mills, the daughter of Gayland Ranson “Mike” and Margaret Mills of Tempe, Arizona, at Brigham Young University, where Brent’s dad was their bishop. They were married December 16, 1970, in the Salt Lake Temple. They have nine children: Amy Josephine (1973), John Dell (1975), Matthew Ferrin (1977), Samuel Mills (1978, deceased in 1985), Adam Parrish (1979), David Alden (1981), Emily Bette (1983), Luke Ranson (1986) and Benjamin Richard (1988). They have eight grandchildren. Brent received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Utah College of Law in 1975. He served in Price, Utah as Assistant Carbon County Attorney, 1975-76, beginning with a famous murder case and briefly practiced law with the firm of Frandsen & Keller, 1976-77. He served as Secretary for the South-Eastern Utah Bar Association in 1977. He served as Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary for Nature’s Sunshine Products, Provo, Utah, 1977-2003; then as Vice President and General Counsel of Neways International, Springville, Utah, 2003-2004; and next as a legal consultant for Shaklee Corporation in Pleasanton, California; and as legal counsel to several other Utah corporations and clients. Currently Brent Ashworth is a partner with the law firm of Ashworth & Sandberg, Provo, Utah. In 2006, he started B. Ashworths, Inc., a Provo business dealing in rare documents, books, art and collectibles, located at 127 West Center St. After Price, Utah (1975-77), the Ashworth family resided in Payson, Utah (1977-82), where Brent served as a city councilman, acting mayor and bishop of the Payson Park Ward. They moved back to Provo in 1982, where he was honored as “An Outstanding Young Man of America" (1982), served on a BYU stake high council, and as bishop of the BYU 82nd Ward (1983-87). He has also served as President of Deseret Village for the handicapped in Spanish Fork, Utah (1988-90); President of the Utah Society of the Sons of the American Revolution (1991-92); American Red Cross board member (1988-94); Vice President of the Squaw Peak Chapter of the Sons of Utah Pioneers (1994-95); Provo Oak Hills Stake High Councilman (1993-98); President of the Emily Dickinson Society of Utah (1995-97); Chairman of the Provo Landmarks Commission (1997-date); Chairman of the Provo Library Board (2000-06); Trustee of the Springville Museum of Art (1998-2001); President of the Provo Kiwanis Club (1982-current); Lt. Governor of the Utah-Idaho Kiwanis Clubs (2001-02); Board member of the Celebration of Health Foundation (1998-current); General Counsel of the Brigham Young Academy Foundation (1995-2002) [Brent was instrumental in the Brigham Young Academy Foundation effort to save the main 1891 Academy building]; Chairman of the Art Subcommittee of Provo Library Construction Oversight Committee (1998-99); Co-Chair of the Provo City Sesquicentennial Committee (1998-99); Executive Board Member of the Utah National Parks Council of the Boy Scouts of America (2000-current); and Board Member of the American Heritage School in American Fork, Utah (2001-2005). He served in three branch presidencies at the Provo Missionary Training Center (2002-05), and as first counselor in the Provo Pleasant View Fifth Ward bishopric (2005-07) at the time he received his present calling as a Church Service Missionary, Acquisition Specialist, in the LDS Church Archives (2007-current). Brent Ashworth is a recipient of the Patriot Medal (1992) presented by the Utah Society of the Sons of the American Revolution; the Provo Mayor’s Award of Excellence (1999) for serving as the Co-chair of the Provo Sesquicentennial Celebration in 1998-99; the George S. Hixon (2000) and Reed Culp (2002) medals from Kiwanis International; and the Silver Beaver Award (2006) from the Boy Scouts of America. He founded the George E. Freestone Boy Scout Museum in Provo in July of 2000. The Ashworths are famous as collectors of historical documents and artifacts. The George E. Freestone Boy Scout Museum holds historic Scout artifacts, including what may be the only original Scout handbook in existence, from private collections, including those of the Brent F. Ashworth family and Al Gaudio. Ashworth, a local attorney, owns one of the nation's largest private historical collections. Ashworth is the museum's director and curator. His family has been collecting Scouting memorabilia since 1913. The highlight of his scouting career, however, has been that his seven sons have become Eagle Scouts. Some know him for his collecting and sharing experiences with church historical documents. He says he is most proud of his wonderful wife and eternal companion, Charlene Mills Ashworth and their great family. Brent Ashworth is a member of the Provo Landmarks Commission, and great-nephew of Claude Ashworth, who designed St. Francis of Assisi Catholic church in Provo, which was torn down on July 9, 2007. The destruction came as an "absolute shock", said Brent. "It's a total shock. It seems like a death in the family," said Ashworth, who also owns B. Ashworth's Rare Books in downtown Provo. "The Catholic Church wanted the Landmarks Commission to remove the historic landmark designation, but we voted that down. But the Provo Municipal Council cut a deal with the developer." @2010

Bennion, Lowell McRae

Bennion, Lowell McRae
Provo, Utah US

Lowell Bennion

Class of 1967. Lowell McRae Bennion. BYU BA 1973. Born April 27, 1949 in Provo, Utah. He died May 19, 1976. His parents: George Cannon Bennion and Joye McRae Bennion. Interment, Vernon Cemetery, Tooele County, 325 South Main Street, Vernon, Utah 84080. ~ ~ ~ ~ News article about Lowell's mother in 2001: Association aids Chinese village school. OREM -- Joye Bennion, who accompanied her husband on a teaching assignment to China several years ago, has turned the trip into a long-term humanitarian effort to help educate underprivileged children. Every year about 60 teachers from BYU make the trek to China to teach English in various universities. Joye made her first trip with her husband, George, a BYU English professor. While there, she visited a primitive village school and decided she needed to help. For the past five years, the Bennions have returned to the little village school in Lan Gao County, Shaanzi Province. Returned teachers automatically become members of the China Teacher's Alumni Association, an organization Joye Bennion began, which has since become a part of the BYU Kennedy Center's exchange teaching program. Through the association, Joye Bennion has initiated several efforts to help the village school. During that first visit, she found a school building that was more of a shanty; textbooks few, old and outdated; and a little pink-cheeked teacher who had not been paid for four months. Yet villagers continued to make every effort possible to see their children be educated. The villagers live in remote huts on a mountainside. Bennion, a BYU sociology graduate, said the tiniest children walk from 1-3 miles to school each day. About 40 children stay at the school Monday-Friday rather than face the daily trek. Bennion said she was touched by the sincere devotion and determination in the faces of the youngsters who were so eager to learn to read and write. After that first visit, Bennion soon decided to return -- riding 15 hours on a train and two hours by car -- to the village with some school supplies. But Bennion said she felt her contribution was "hopelessly inadequate." So, when the alumni association was formed, she suggested making the village a project. Since then, the 4-year-old association has made numerous contributions to the Shan Yi primary school of Lan Gao County. Because families live on about $200 per year, many cannot afford to pay the $50 tuition. The association has paid tuition for 197 students, funded a modern addition to the school and has started a library that will make books available to every student. In addition, the association has established a $1,000 scholarship at Xi'an Foreign Language University, which is designated for poor students who qualify to enter. Bennion, who has made several trips back to the village, will return again April 16 [2001]. "We go over to monitor the various expenditures, to see how things are going, and what kind of advances have been made," said Bennion. After hearing about the alumni group's efforts, several retired Chinese businessmen from the nearby city of Ankang have taken the little school under their wing and established a charitable organization with three goals:
* To re-establish a family in the event they have lost their dwelling to a natural disaster.
* To provide tuition for qualified students to go on to higher education.
* To establish a workshop to train handicapped children to be self-sufficient. For more information or to make a contribution, contact the China Teacher's Alumni Association Inc. at the Kennedy Center, BYU, 237 HRCB, P.O. Box 24537, Provo, Utah 84602-4537 or by phone at 378-3377. [Provo Daily Herald, March 17, 2001. By Char'Ree B. Reynolds, Spanish Fork Correspondent.]

Bergeson, Stanley Call

Bergeson, Stanley Call
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Stan Bergeson

Class of 1967. Stanley Bergeson. Tranfered to BYH for Senior Year, German, Letterman, Basketball, Cross Country, AAC 1st Place, 1st Place Snow, BYU, Ricks Invitational, Track, Region 2 880 Record, 4th Year Seminary, Boy's President Junior Class at East High, Senator at BYH. He is a twin brother of Steve Bergeson, who is also a member of the BYH Class of 1967. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Stanley Call Bergeson, 51, died at his home in Salt Lake City, Utah on November 21, 1999. He was born in Rexburg, Idaho on June 19, 1948 to Frederick William and Bonnie Call Bergeson. He graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1967. He graduated from BYU with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education with a minor in Business. He won a four-year Scholarship on the BYU Track Team. Stan was a member of the NCAA College All-American Half-Mile and NCAA College Championship Team. He was a salesman in computer software at the time of his death. Stan had extensive sales training with Miller-Heiman's Strategic Selling, IBM's Solution-Oriented Selling, Compaq's Selling to Major Accounts, and Dictaphone's System Selling. He won awards with UBS, IBM, and Dictaphone for his selling abilities. Funeral services were held on Tuesday, November 30, 1999 in the Wasatch Lawn Mortuary Chapel, 3401 South Highland Drive, Salt Lake City, Utah. Interment, Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. [Deseret News, Sunday, November 28, 1999.]

Bergeson, Steven J.

Bergeson, Steven J.
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Steve Bergeson

Class of 1967. Steven Bergeson. Transferred to BYH from East High for Senior Year, Spanish, Letterman, Science Club, Basketball, Cross Country, State Winner as Senior, Track, All-State as a Junior, 4th Year Seminary. He is a twin brother of Stan Bergeson, who is also a member of the BYH Class of 1967. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Steven J. Bergeson, age 43, passed away August 17, 1991, in Salt Lake City, Utah. Born June 19, 1948 in Rexburg, Idaho, the son of F. William (Bill) and Bonnie Call Bergeson. Steve graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1967 [not East High School] and BYU, where he excelled in track and field. Graveside services were held Wednesday, August 21, 1991, at Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park, 3401 South Highland Drive, in Salt Lake City, Utah. [Deseret News, Tuesday, August 20, 1991.]

Berryessa, Scott G.
115 South 1370 East
Lindon, Utah 84042-2201 US

Scott and Chris Berryessa
  • Cell: 801-792-3085
  • Home: 801-785-6530

Class of 1967. Scott Berryessa. Ski Club, Yearbook, Football, Tennis, 4th Year Seminary. ~ ~ ~ ~ After graduation from BY High, Scott served a mission in Thailand and was instrumental in helping to translate the Book of Mormon into the Thai language. He graduated from BYU with Bachelors and Masters degrees [BYU MED Counseling & Guidance 1974] and served as President of the Samuel Hall Society. He married Christine (Chris). He is currently serving in his second term as the President of the Jordan Education Association. He recently won statewide and national accolades for his instrumental role in a public relations campaign highlighting teacher's entitled "Why I Teach." He is also the President of the Children At Risk Foundation. He is married to Christine Williams, who is the former Director of Worldwide Technical Services for Novell and currently is a Corporate Sales Executive. They have three sons in college. Scott and his family love to travel and have become avid scuba divers. One of Scott's passions has been coaching youth baseball and a team he organized, coached and sponsored won the Triple Crown National Championship for 14-year-olds in 2001 with a record of 77-7. @2010

Black, Lynn J.
888 Bitterroot Drive
Pocatello, Idaho 83201 US

Lynn Black
  • Home: 208-234-2251

Class of 1967. Lynn Black. Utah State University BS Production Management 1974. Children: Carey Lynn, Steven Jay, LeeAnn. Grandchildren: Amelia and Atticus. Lynn worked for Ore-Ida Foods/Weight Watchers Frozen foods/Heinz Frozen Foods (H J Heinz) in various engineering and mgt positions for 26.5 years prior to retiring in 2007. Main interests are high mountain lake fishing, steelhead fishing, "home" projects, reading and spending time with children and grandchildren. @2007

Bluth, Gayle [Clarence Gayle]
PO Box 1591
Carlsbad, New Mexico 88221 US

Gayle and Margie Bluth
  • Home: 505-484-3373

Class of 1967. Gayle Bluth. Transferred to BYH for Senior Year, Letterman, Drama, Chorus, Band, Basketball, Tennis, Track, 4th Year Seminary. BYU BA Family Living 1973. Gayle Bluth, President of La Mision Argentina Bahia Blanca, 1989 to 1992. He married Margie. ~ ~ ~ ~ Company Profile: Corrales Livesstock Corporation, est. 1985, 2721 Armstong Rd, Hope, New Mexico 88250 - (505) 484-3373 - Contact Name: Clarence Gayle Bluth, President. ~ ~ ~ ~ Gayle has a LARGE ranch about 45 miles out of Carlsbad and is a well respected and successful rancher. He looks much the same and has that sweet, quiet way about him. He is a former Bishop of his Ward. @2009

Bohn, Vicki L.
10351 W. White Mountain
Sun City, Arizona 85351 US

Vicki Bohn
  • Cell: 801-755-1787
  • Home: 623-875-2747

Class of 1967. Vicki Bohn. Pep Club, Hi-Steppers, F.H.A., Chorus, Basketball, Softball, Volleyball, Gymnastics, Speedball, Field Hockey, Track and Field, 4th Year Seminary. BYU BS Physical Education 1972. No email. @2007

Boshard, Norman D.
3685 North 760 East
Provo, Utah 84604-4772 US

Norm and Dianne Boshard
  • Cell: 801-362-3811
  • Home: 801-224-4942

Class of 1967. Norman Boshard. Letterman, Band, Football, Tennis. BYU BS Zoology 1974. He married Dianne Nelson. @2007 ~ ~ ~ ~ Email sent to boshelec@provo.net bounced back. @2010

Britsch, Royden E.
2412 Goldenmoon St
Las Vegas, Nevada 89108-4477 US

Royden and Christine Britsch
  • Work: 702-889-9898
  • Cell: 702-785-3550
  • Home: (702) 395-9989

Class of 1967. Royden Britsch. German Club, Honor Society, Letterman, Chorus, Band, Football, Wrestling. BYU BA Humanities 1973. Married Christine Jamison. He has taught at BYU–Hawaii and at Grambling State University. University of Utah, Master of Public Administration. Research: The Salt Lake County Jail Libraries: A Case Study of Inter-Agency Cooperation and a Proposed Method of Management, Royden E. Britsch. @2007 ~ ~ ~ ~ Email sent to royden.britsch@cliffordcommercial.com bounced back. @2010

Bunker, Mary Ann
1551 Oak Lane
Provo, Utah 84604-2143 US

Mary Ann and Mike Jackson
  • Cell: 801-787-8566
  • Home: 801-374-0125

Class of 1967. Mary Ann Bunker. Pep Club, Junior Varsity Cheerleader, Varsity Cheerleader, Ski Club, Chorus, 4th Year Seminary, Homecoming Queen as a Senior, Class Social Chair. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents: Robert E. Bunker and Helen Palmer Bunker. Robert and Helen Bunker had two sons and two daughters: Robert P. Bunker [BYH Class of 1959], Utah; Kent E. Bunker [BYH Class of 1962], Oklahoma; Mrs. Michael R. (Mary Ann Bunker [BYH Class of 1967]) Jackson, Provo; and Mrs. Charles W. (Sharee Bunker) Sorenson, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU BA Recreational Management / Youth Leadership 1971. She married Mike Jackson. She is one of the organizers of the 40th Year Reunion (in 2007) of the Class of 1967. @2009

Cameron, Kerry Lynn
315 East Ivy Lane
South Salt Lake, Utah 84115-4083 US

Kerry Lynn & Don Herrin
  • Work: 801-240-1571
  • Cell: 801-680-9513
  • Home: 801-485-8224

Class of 1967. Kerry Lynn Cameron. BYH Wildcat Yearbook Editor & Senior Class Social Chair, 1967. Pep Club, Junior Varsity Cheerleader, Ski Club, Chorus (President as a Senior), Wildcat Yearbook Staff, Wildcat Yearbook Editor as a Senior, 4th Year Seminary, Class Senator, Class Social Chair. BYU BA Clothing & Textiles 1971. Kerry Lynn works for the LDS Church. She married Dr. Donald A. Herrin, born 1949, professor of family and consumer studies at the University of Utah, bishop's counselor, elders quorum president, Young Men president, gospel doctrine teacher, and assistant nursery leader. He has served as director of the Sterling W. Sill Home Living Center at the U of U, research consultant to the office of the mayor of South Salt Lake, and research consultant to the Correlation Department, Evaluation Division of the LDS Church. Alternate email: herrinkc@ldschurch.org @2010

Chandler, Thomas Earl
262 North 350 East
Delta, Utah 84624 US

Tom and Karen Chandler
  • Work: 435-864-3881
  • Home: 435-864-3556

Class of 1967. Thomas Chandler. German Club, Letterman, Chorus (VP as a Senior), Wrestling, 4th Year Seminary. BYU BA Portugese 1973. University of Louisville School of Dentistry DMD 1977. He married Karen. @2007

Christensen, Lis Vandborg

Christensen, Lis Vandborg
Sandy, Utah US

Lis and Ken Larsen

Class of 1967. Lis Christensen. Pep Club, Hi-Steppers, F.H.A., Chorus, Gymnastics, Softball, Basketball, Track and Field, Volleyball, Field Hockey, Tennis, 4th Year Seminary. Lis married Kenneth V. Larsen. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Lis Vandborg Christensen Larsen, 54, passed away peacefully from complications related to leukemia Saturday, August 2, 2003 in Salt Lake City, Utah. She was born March 8, 1949 in Provo, Utah to Gunnar and Paula Christensen (both deceased). She is survived by her husband, Kenneth B. Larsen; children, Kirt C. (Laurice) Larsen, West Jordan, Utah, Lisyl C (Jeff) Christensen, Sandy, Utah, Paula C. Larsen, Sandy, Utah; stepmother, Afton Christensen; brothers, Finn V. (Jane) Christensen, Orem, Utah, Ole V. Christensen, Sandy, Utah, Roy V. Christensen, Spanish Fork, Utah, Paul V. (Lori) Christensen, Phoenix, Arizona; sister, Jane V. Christensen, Bloomfield, New Mexico; grandchildren, Jena Larsen, Kaylee Christensen; 11 nephews; 12 nieces; numerous uncles, aunts, cousins and friends located from Sandy, Utah to her loved heritage and homeland of Denmark. Lis was educated at BY High School in Provo, Utah, later attending BYU and graduating from LDS Business College. She deeply loved her country and proudly served in the U.S. Army. Lis was an active member of the LDS Church, serving several leadership positions in women's auxillaries, including ward, stake and region areas. She loved all sports and participated and officiated in women's sport programs. Services were held Aug 6, 2003 in Provo, Utah. Interment, Larkin Sunset Gardens. [Deseret News, August 4, 2003.] ~ ~ ~ ~ HER 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 in 2003. Their six children: Finn V. Christensen (Jane) of Orem, Ole Christensen of Sandy, Lis Christensen (Ken) Larsen of Sandy, Roy Christensen of Spanish Fork, Paul Christensen of Phoenix, and Jane Christensen of Bloomfield, N.M.

Clark, Dan L.

Clark, Dan L.
4105 North 650 East
Provo, Utah 84604-5130 US

Dan and Julie Clark
  • Cell: 801-634-7949
  • Home: 801-225-0443

Class of 1967. Dan Clark. Letterman, Band, Football, Basketball, Class Social Chair, Seminary Graduate. BYU BS Justice Administration 1975. BYU MA Communications 1975. Wife, Julie Anderson, BYH Class of 1968. BYU MPA Executive MPA Program 1989. @2011

Compton, Sandra
2018 N. Red Oaks Street
Wichita, Kansas 67206 US

Sandy and Tom Glade
  • Home: 316-630-0054

Class of 1967. Sandra Compton. Student Body Secretary. Spanish Club, Pep Club, F.H.A., Honor Society, Chorus, 4th Year Seminary, Harvest Ball Queen, Class Secretary. BYU BS Child Development & Family Relations 1971. Married Tom Glade. Her parents: Lane A. Compton [BYH Faculty 1953 to 1956] and June Wheeler Compton, married on September 8, 1943 in Salt Lake City, Utah. The children of Lane and June Compton included: Janet Compton [BYH Class of 1964] Hatch of Bountiful, Utah; Sandra Compton [BYH Class of 1967] Glade (Tom) of San Antonio, Texas and Wichita, Kansas; Kent Compton [BYH Class of 1970] (Susie) of Woodland Hills, Utah; Bruce Compton of Provo, Utah; and Christine Compton Porter (Michael) of Alpine, Utah. @2007

Crookston, Byron Frank

Crookston, Byron Frank
Provo, Utah US

Byron and JenaVee Crookston

Class of 1967. Byron Frank Crookston. Science Club, Forensics, Chorus, 4th Year Seminary, Symphony Debonairs Club. BYU Master of Arts Thesis 1975: The creation, development, and design of a course for providing missionaries at the Language Training Mission in Provo, Utah, with the necessary communication skills to teach the gospel to the hearing impaired who use the American sign language. Married JenaVee Smith, BYH Class of 1967. Byron is a twin brother of Clark Crookston, who is also a member of the BYH Class of 1967. ~ ~ ~ ~ Byron Frank Crookston, born April 1, 1949 in Logan, Utah. Died September 23, 1985 in Provo, Utah. Interment, Provo City Cemetery, Block 18 Lot 132 Parents: Ray Crookston & Marvel Sharp Crookston. Spouse: JenaVee Smith Crookston. Siblings: Marnita Crookston Hill, Gail Crookston Brown, Sherry Crookston Smith, Clark Elwood Crookston [BYH Class of 1967], Joseph Ray Crookston, Mark Benjamin Crookston, Scott Tyler Crookston, Kay Crookston Grammer [BYH Class of 1966], Byron Frank Crookston [BYH Class of 1967], Merry Crookston Thaden, Janet Crookston Mackley, Robert Kim Crookston, David Bruce Crookston, Douglas Arthur Crookston, Kelaine Crookston Mendicino, and Christopher Lynn Crookston.

Crookston, Clark Elwood

Crookston, Clark Elwood
668 East 2000 North
Orem, Utah 84097 US

Clark and Brenda Crookston
  • Work: (970) 675-2110
  • Home: 801-224-1227

Class of 1967. Clark E. Crookston. BYU BS Zoology 1973. Clark is a twin brother of Byron Crookson, who is also a member of the BYH Class of 1967. Parents: Ray Crookston & Marvel Sharp Crookston. Siblings: Marnita Crookston Hill, Gail Crookston Brown, Sherry Crookston Smith, Dr. Clark Elwood Crookston [BYH Class of 1967], Joseph Ray Crookston, Mark Benjamin Crookston, Scott Tyler Crookston, Kay Crookston Grammer [BYH Class of 1966], Byron Frank Crookston [BYH Class of 1967], Merry Crookston Thaden, Janet Crookston Mackley, Robert Kim Crookston, David Bruce Crookston, Douglas Arthur Crookston, Kelaine Crookston Mendicino, and Christopher Lynn Crookston. ~ ~ ~ ~ Dr. Clark Crookston, married Brenda. @2010

Cunningham, John
Bountiful, Utah US

John Cunningham

Class of 1967. John Cunningham. Spanish Club, California Scholarship Federation, Letterman, Science Club, International Relations, Football, Wrestling, Track, California Boy's State, Transfer to BYH for Senior Year, Homeroom Representative. His brother is David G. Cunningham, BYH Class of 1969. @2007

Dancey, Jolayne
[Need current address]

Jolayne Dancey

Class of 1967. Jolayne Dancey. Transferred to BYH for her Senior year, Drama Club. ~ ~ ~ ~ IS THIS? Ms. Jolayne Dancey is a second and third grade teacher at Voyageur Elementary School, 1337 Lark Ave., Quesnel, British Columbia V2J 4K5 - Telephone: (250) 992-2613 - Fax: (250) 992-2623. @2006

Duerden, Gregory Claude
1235 East 2000 North
Provo, Utah 84604 US

Greg Duerden
  • Cell: 801-367-7112
  • Home: 801-373-5912

Class of 1967. Gregory C. Duerden. German Club, Letterman, President of Young Ambassadors for Freedom, Forensics, Football, Track. BYU 1993.~ ~ ~ ~ Former newspaper editor and publisher in Utah, Wyoming and Colorado, Democrat candidate for Utah House of Representatives, District 58 (North Provo). Greg first married Katherine Jo Rasmussen who was born on February 2, 1950 in Boise, Idaho. Her parents were Joseph Merrill Rasmussen and Dorris Gillette Rasmussen. They married on August 21, 1971. Katherine died on November 30, 1992 in Monticello, Utah. Her interment, Monticello City Cemetery. ~ ~ ~ ~ OBITUARY OF HIS 2ND WIFE: Marianne Washburn Kjar-Duerden, born, September 8, 1943, to Viron and Mary Washburn of Pleasant Grove's Monkeytown neighborhood, passed away at home Friday, August 29, 2014. A graduate of Pleasant Grove High School, Class of 1961. She attended BYU where she met and married David Louis Kjar from Sanpete County. They had eight children, one (Nathan) died in infancy and seven survived to have families of their own. David died in 1991 while they lived in Gunnison, where he was a hospital administrator. The family continued to live in Gunnison, for a few years and then moved to Provo in 1997. After 15 years of living in Provo, she met and married Greg Duerden. They successfully blended their families into quite a clan; 13 children and step-children, 11 spouses, 55 grandchildren, two great-grandchildren. For the last year, Marianne and Greg served as Church Services Missionaries at LDS Tech. A lifelong active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, she served as Relief Society President, once in Gunnison and twice in Provo, she had several teaching positions, and as Stake Singles Co-Chair for three years in Provo. She was preceded in death by her son, Nathan, her husband, David and both of her parents. She is survived by her husband Greg, her seven children: Ron (Stephanie), Heidi, Kristen (Matt), John (Jeralyn), Megan (Maurod), Paul (Jen), Steven (Damaris); six step-children: Doris (Scott), Holly, Michelle (Brant), Rachel, Gary (Cabrel), Mackenzie; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; brother, Mark and numerous cousins, friends and loved ones. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, September 3, 2014 at the Oak Hills Provo Stake Center, 925 East North Temple Drive, Provo, Utah. Friends may call at the Berg Mortuary of Provo, 185 East Center Street, Tuesday, September 2, from 6:00-8:00 p.m. and at the church, Wednesday from 9-9:45 a.m. prior to services. Interment, Manti City Cemetery. Condolences may be sent online at www.bergmortuary.com [Deseret News, September 2, 2014] ~ ~ ~ ~ OBITUARY OF STEP-FATHER: Step-Father Floyd E. Breinholt, famous Utah artist and educator, age 81, died at home in Provo on January 29, 1997. Floyd was born December 25, 1915, in Ephraim, Utah, to Wilford L. and Jenny Marie Breinholt. On June 12, 1939, he married Tess E. Tidwell in the Manti Temple. Tess preceded him in death in 1975. On Oct. 20, 1976, he married Claudia Young Duerden in the Provo Temple. He is survived by his wife Claudia, four children, and four step-children: Mark F. Breinholt (Susan), Karen Breinholt Morgan (Jerrold, Deceased), Mace T. Breinholt Rich (Craig), Lesa Tess Breinholt Udall (Steven), Gregory C. Duerden [BYH Class of 1967] (Katherine Jo, deceased), David S. Duerden [BYH Class of 1970](Donna), Richard Y. Duerden (Cheryl), and Scott B. Duerden. [Deseret News, Friday, January 31, 1997.] ~ ~ ~ ~ 1995: WEEKLY NEWSPAPER IN SALINA HAS NEW OWNERS. A weekly newspaper, the Salina Sun in south central Utah, has been sold. The new owners are Jim and Lori Olsen of Gunnison, who purchased the interests as the result of a Chapter 11 bankruptcy by Post Publishing. The newspapers were sold to Post by Kevin Ashby, former Salina resident now living in Price. Jim Olsen formerly worked for Post Publishing. Ashby reportedly had planned to publish a newspaper under another name until negotiations were completed between him and Post Publishing, allowing him to again publish the Salina Sun sell his interest. Greg Duerden has been hired by the new owners as Editor of the Salina Sun. Duerden has worked for newspapers in Utah, Wyoming and Colorado. Offices of the Salina Sun have been moved to a former bank building at 3 E. Main St. [Deseret News, Thursday, January 12, 1995.] ~ ~ ~ ~ 2004 former address: Gregory Duerden, Staff Writer, The Humboldt Beacon (at the Preston Centre), 180 South Fortuna Blvd., Fortuna California 95540. Provo @2007

Duke, Loren T.
[Last known address]
481 North 500 East
Orem, Utah 84097 US

Loren Duke

Class of 1967. Loren Duke. French Club, Letterman, Football (Honorable Mention as a Junior, All-Region as a Senior), Basketball, Baseball, 4th Year Seminary. BYU BS Psychology 1989. BYU Staff address: 2170 Wilkinson Student Center, Provo, Utah 84602 (801) 422-4685. @2007

Elliott, Jeri Lea
62 South 875 West
Orem, Utah 84058-5267 US

Jeri Lea Elliott
  • Cell: (801) 368-7621
  • Home: (801) 225-2064

Class of 1967. Jeri Lea Elliott. 4th Year Seminary. BYU BS Child Development & Family Relations 1974. BYU MED Reading Education 1990. Her parents are Max Carter Elliott and Norma Holley Elliott. Max and Norma had one son and three daughters; Gregg Elliott (deceased), Sue Ann Elliott (Richard) Call [both BYH graduates, Class of 1964] of Pleasant Grove; Jeri Lea Elliott [BYH graduate, Class of 1967] of Orem; and foster daughter, Linda (Austin) Staheli of Big Canoe, Georgia. @2010

Ellis, Jess T. [Larry Jess Ellis]
11741 Barr Road
Anchorage, Alaska 99516 US

Jess and Marlene Ellis
  • Work: (907) 349-3636
  • Toll Free: (800) 478-7668
  • Cell: (907) 244-9428
  • Home: (907) 345-2009

Class of 1967. Jess T. Ellis [Original name before changing: Larry Jess Ellis]. Transferred to BYH for his Senior year, Letterman, Key Club (Idaho), Football, Basketball (Manager), Wrestling, Track (set Sophomore 880 record), 4th Year Seminary, Boy's State Idaho 1966, Class President as a Junior. BYU BS Agricultural Economics 1975. Dr. Jess T. Ellis, DDS, MS, Endodontics, Anchorage, Alaska - (907) 349-3636. Office address: 800 E Dimond Blvd Ste.3-600, Anchorage, Alaska 99516. @2007

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