Class of 1966 H.S.

Class of 1966 H.S.'s Website

Alphabetical Alumni

Sheffield, Roger Whiteley
10488 Edinburgh Dr.
Highland, Utah 84003-9584 US

Roger & Linda Sheffield
  • Home: 801-756-5145

Class of 1966. Roger W. Sheffield. 1966 BYH Student Body Business Manager. Tennis, Lettermens Club, Debate Manager, German Club, Ski Club, National Honor Society, Superior Debate Region, Seminary Graduate, Pianist. Mission: Guatemala, BYU BA English, Univ of Utah MD, General Surgery, Wife: Linda Madsen Sheffield, poet. Five children, nine grandchildren. ~ ~ ~ ~ Roger's parents: Loftis J. Sheffield from Kaysville, Utah and Blanche Whitely Sheffield, from Oakley, Idaho, married in 1943. Loftis worked for the FBI. Loftis & Blanche had eight children: Jane Sheffield (dec.); Eileen Sheffield Dorrity [BY High graduate of 1963] of Salt Lake City (dec); Roger W. Sheffield [BYH graduate of 1966] of Highland; Mark Sheffield of San Jose, CA [attended BYH, Class of 1970]; Richard Sheffield of Provo [attended BYH, Class of 1971]; Tyler Sheffield of Chicago; Clark Sheffield of Lindon; and Nan Sheffield Black of Dayton, Ohio. ~ ~ ~ ~ "I'll be sorry to be missing the 45th reunion. We leave next week to join the USNS Comfort, a hospital ship, in South and Central America for three months. I've stopped my General Surgery and Emergency Medicine practices. We spent some time in China this year since our son is working there for a few years." @2011 @2016 Roger and Linda attended the 50th Anniversary Reunion of the BYH Class of 1966 on September 2, 2016.

Smith, Sherman Christensen

Smith, Sherman Christensen
Holladay, Utah US

Sherm and Bobbi Smith

Class of 1966. Sherm Smith. 1966 BYHS Student Body President. Football Co-Captain, Wrestling, Track, National Honor Society, Seminary 4 years. Mission: Dusseldorf Germany 1967-1970. BYU BA 1972. University of Utah Medical School MD 1976, Surgeon. Active duty U.S. Army - Desert Storm 1990-1991. Surgeon in Salt Lake City. Wife, Bobbi, Five Children. Dr. Sherman Smith is certified by the American Board of Surgery, and his practice includes surgery for morbid obesity, laparoscopic surgery, and general surgery. He graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor's degree from Brigham Young University in 1972 and received his M.D. in 1976, finishing with honors in medicine from the University of Utah. After completing his residence in General Surgery in 1981 at Fitzsimons Army Medical Center, he served in Germany with the Army Medical Corps until 1984. Since then he has practiced surgery in Salt Lake City, with an interruption for service in Operation Desert Storm. He is a retired Lt. Col. with the U.S. Army Reserves. With extensive experience in general, trauma, oncologic and laparoscopic surgery, Dr. Smith has taken a special interest in gastric bypass and has performed over 4,000 procedures of which most were laparoscopic. He has also assisted his partners with literally thousands of surgeries in the past 15 years. He speaks fluent German and loves outdoor activity. Active memberships include the American College of Surgeons, the American Society for Bariatric Surgery, the American Medical Association, the Southwestern Surgical Society, and the Salt Lake Surgical Society. Note: Sherm was Chair of the successful Class of 1966 40th Reunion held on Academy Square in Provo, Saturday, July 1, 2006. @2007 ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Sherman Christensen Smith (February 4, 1948-October 19, 2015) was born on a snowy winter's day while his family lived in Wyview Village in Provo, Utah. He was the third child of Wilford E. Smith and Ruth Christensen Smith. He was an eager friend and motivated learner from his early years, involved in sports and student government. Sherm, his dad and three brothers (and their "extra" little brother, Gifford Nielsen) were always ready for a pick-up game of ball in the Smith family backyard. He loved his time as co-captain of the football team and as Student Body President at BY High School. From 1967-1970, he served an LDS mission to the Central German mission, where he began his lifelong love for the German language, the food, and the people. Sherm graduated from BYU (true blue through and through) with a degree in German Literature. The highlight of his time at BYU was falling in love with his blue-eyed Bobbi Aboe. They were sealed for time and all eternity in the Los Angeles Temple on July 20th, 1972. Sherm immediately began medical school at the University of Utah. After graduation, Sherm, Bobbi, little Cecily and baby Tye moved to Denver, Colorado for internship and General Surgery residency at Fitzsimons Army Medical Center. They had another daughter, Carrie, and in July of 1981, they moved their family to Frankfurt, Germany where Sherm served as an active duty surgeon at the Frankfurt Army Medical Center. With a Vanagon camper, they took advantage of the time they finally had together to travel, and found that Europe became a beloved second home. What an adventure for their little family, and new baby Heidi. They returned to Salt Lake City and Sherm set up practice at Memorial Medical Center. They welcomed their fifth and final child, Marshall, in 1987. In December of 1990, his Army Reserve unit was activated during the Gulf War, and he was stationed in Frankfurt again. In 1992, he joined Rocky Mountain Associated Physicians, where he found his true passion for gastric bypass surgery. He loved helping his patients and building relationships with his coworkers. In August of 2015, he was diagnosed with esophageal cancer, and died suddenly Monday morning, October 19, 2015, from complications due to the cancer. Sherm is survived by his wife, Bobbi Aboe Smith, his children: Cecily Jane (Chandler) Horsley; Tye Sherman (Stacey) Smith; Carrie Ann (Joseph) LeBaron; Heidi Ruth (Ben) Allen; Marshall Gregory Smith; 14 adoring grandchildren; and siblings: Charlotte Knudsen; Wilford E. (Pam) Smith; Ronald T. (Audriana) Smith; Jeffery R. (Karen) Smith. He is preceeded in death by his parents, Wilford and Ruth Smith, his younger brother, George, and brother-in-law, Kent Knudsen. He was a good, kind, obedient, hardworking husband, father, and friend. He will be greatly missed by many. Viewing will be held Friday, October 23, from 6-8 p.m. and Saturday 9:30-10:30 a.m. Funeral at 11 a.m. All services will be held at Holladay 4th Ward building (4917 Viewmont St). Interment, East Lawn Memorial Hills Cemetery in Provo. Services provided by Larkin Mortuary. [Deseret News, October 22 and October 23, 2015] @2016 Bobbi Smith was an honored guest at the 50th Anniversary Reunion of the BYH Class of 1966 on September 2, 2016.

Thomas, Karl Rex
4102 Imperial Way
Provo, Utah 84604-5328 US

Karl and Renee Thomas
  • Work: 801-224-4825
  • Cell: 801-787-3366

Class of 1966. Karl R. Thomas. Football, Basketball, Tennis, Lettermens Club, Seminary 4 years, cartoonist, established fine artist. Born March 6th, 1948 in Provo, Utah. Sometimes residing in Park City, Utah. A number of his images can be viewed in different galleries. Utah landscapes are known as his strongest subjects. Karl Thomas is often known for landscapes and figures - Indian life. His work has been displayed in the Springville Museum of Art. Nine books to date contain Karl Thomas work. Thomas is known for his plein air compositions of the Grand Canyon of Arizona, the Grand Tetons of Wyoming and the Wasatch Mountains. He acknowledges influences of Inness, Sargent, Bierstadt and Moran on what he describes as his own style of "realistic impressionism." He studied art at Brigham Young University and then the Los Angeles Art Center. Thomas has been included in the Collectors' Sale in Dallas, and the American Art Classic and Texas Renaissance Sale in Houston. Karl married Renee. @2016 Karl & Renee attended the 50th Anniversary Reunion of the BYH Class of 1966 on September 2, 2016.

Thomas, Phil J.
25906 Grace Circle
Glenwood, Iowa 51534 US

Phil and Patricia Thomas
  • Home: 712-527-9712

Class of 1966. Phil J. Thomas. Basketball, Brigadier Newspaper Chief Photographer, Wildcat Yearbook Chief Photographer, German Club, Seminary Graduate. BYU BA 1970; University of Nebraska Dental School DDS 1974, "Go Huskers!" His parents: Joseph "Joe" D. Thomas and Vera Winterton Thomas. Their children: Larry (Janice) Thomas, Taylorsville, Utah; Phil J. (Pat) Thomas, Bellevue, Nebraska; JoAnn Thomas (Kidd) Waddell, Salt Lake City, Utah; and Brenda Thomas (Michael P.) Keeley, Provo, Utah. @2004 Married & div, three children. Rotarian. Married Patricia Norton. Seven children, 12 grandchildren (by 2006). 2nd Councilor in Council Bluffs, Iowa Stake Presidency. Moved to the country, retired after practicing dentistry in nearby Bellevue, Nebraska. Ham Radio buff -- Call Sign: KF0GU, Licensee ID: L00157896, Grant Date: 09/21/2009, Expiration Date: 12/19/2019, Certifier & Registrant: Phil J Thomas. @2016

Thomson, Cynthia
252 East 1090 North
Orem, Utah 84057-3208 US

Cindy and Robert Harding
  • Cell: 801-380-2820
  • Home: 801-225-8422

Class of 1966. Cynthia Thomson. Thespians Historian, Pep Club, F.H.A., Outstanding Business Student, Seminary 4 years. Husband, Robert O. Harding, US Navy pilot, lived in FL, TX, CA, UT. Five boys, Two girls. Mom, piano teacher, grandma to 33. Parents: Lowell Dee Thomson, 21st Principal of BY High School, and Ruth Morley Thomson. ~ ~ ~ ~ Cindy and Robert attended the 50th Anniversary Reunion of the BYH Class of 1966 on September 2, 2016. "What a great life we've had--it's great to see you all!"

Thoresen, Stephen Lynn
1264 East 530 North
Orem, Utah 84097-5439 US

Steve & MaryAnn Thoresen
  • Home: 801-722-4290

Class of 1966. Stephen "Steve" "Thor" Thoresen. German Club, Ski Club President, Seminary 4 years. BYU BA Business Administration & Economics 1974, Mission: Australia West 1969-1971. Military Service in Missouri: 1457th Engineering Batallion, US Army National Guard 1971-1979. Steve has worked for the same company for 32 years (by 2006): (Deseret Pharmaceutical, then Deseret Medical Company, now BD Infusion Therapy Systems). They make disposable medical devices. He has worked in Operations, Engineering, Quality Assurance, R&D, Regulatory Compliance, and others.) Married wife, Maryann S., in 1977. Two daughters, Jaime and Marisa. Jaime is 24, married, and has one daughter (my granddaughter) Makaylie. Marisa is 21, single, working and going to school. Two dogs (Maltese), Lexy and Mia, both spoiled rotten. Steve has received a number of patents for his inventions over the years. His Parents: William Adolph Thoreson and Pearl Mae Graham Thoreson, married in 1944. They had three children: Kathlene Thoresen Christensen of Fruit Heights, Utah; Stephen Thorsesen [BYH Class of 1966] (MaryAnn) of Orem, Utah; and Patricia Thoresen Skousen (Phil) of Orem, Utah. [2005] Hobbies: I’m a tinkerer and love working with my hands – yard, house, still like cars (anything mechanical), boating, golfing, cycling (motor), skiing, and just driving around town having a Coke and donut with friends and being a total waste. Favorite BYH experiences: Karl Thomas and I used to enjoy going down to Sprouse Reitz at lunch to see Gyle Menyosk in the phone booth. I loved the carrels, especially when the all-powerful vacuum tube was stolen and destroyed the whole system. Used to love to see "It’s a Wonderful Life" in College Hall just before Christmas every year. The Zesto. Flexible scheduling – did anyone take any classes? The Pharoah is Coming! The catwalk. The Big Five. Brawls after sporting events with Spanish and American Forks. I have an overdue Library book that I don’t know how to return. The Girl's Gym. Haws Field. Heaps a Pizza. Lifetime friendships –- I still see BY High’ers and do things with them often. Favorite BYH teachers: Penrod – very engaging, humorous, interesting. I actually enjoyed his class. I think it was Geography, or Geology – now what’s the difference? Anna Hart used to be fun to tease – God rest her soul. Alternate Email: @2006 @2016 Steve and MaryAnn attended the 50th Anniversary Reunion of the BYH Class of 1966 on September 2, 2016. "Life hasn't always gone the way I would have liked and hasn't ended up at all the way I envisioned but, overall, it has been a good run. I enjoyed seeing everyone at the reunion; everyone looked so good! I loved all the great memories that were shared as well. Hope to see you all again in the future."

Thurston, Dawn
12 West 900 South
Orem, Utah 84058-6861 US

Dawn [and Charles] Loper
  • Home: 801-669-0428

Class of 1966. Dawn Thurston (not LaDawn). Brigadier Newspaper News Editor & Co-Editor, Model U.N., Drama, Thespians, Girls State, Best Actress Drama Region, Seminary 4 years. Husband, Charles Loper, lived in Oregon many years, moved back so Charles could attend BYU (he graduated 1979, BA English). Charles Loper is now deceased. Four daughters, Three sons. Mother (7), Editor, Medicare Counselor, Grandmother (25), Great-Grandmother (1). @2016 ~ ~ ~ ~ HER HUSBAND'S OBITUARY: Charles Eugene Loper passed away June 2, 2008. He was born December 28, 1942 in North Wildwood, New Jersey to Clinton Albert and Dorothy Van Camp Loper. He grew up in beautiful Hood River, Oregon. He served in the Central States Mission. After his mission he returned to BYU where he met his sweetheart Dawn. They were married July 22, 1968 in the Logan temple. He earned a degree in English and worked as a technical writer for Billings Computer Corporation, Evans & Sutherland and Unisys. He faithfully served as a ward clerk, instructor, scoutmaster and Home Teacher. He was a kind and gentle man, truly a noble son of God. He is survived by his wife and his children, Andrea (Dave) Johnson, Laura (Jorge) Bonilla, David (Rebecca), Robert (Hillary), Julia Loper (Nick Wieczorek), Christopher, Stephen (Kimberly), Jocelyn Child, and Grandchildren, NaRhea, Sylvee, Talia, Justin, Patrick, Kathleen, Aaron, Stanley, Stefan, Stuart, Eliza, Christian, Alex, Liam, Ethan, Lauren, Ella and Hannah, sisters Phyllis, Marjorie and Janet and brothers John and Stephen. Funeral services were held Thursday, June 5, 2008 in the Lakeridge 6th Ward Chapel, 80 West 900 South, Orem, Utah. Interment, Orem City Cemetery. [Provo Daily Herald, June 2008] ~ ~ ~ ~ Example of interesting telegrams. Dawn Thurston Loper, 57, Editor for Phone Directories Company, Orem. Dawn Loper's parents decided early in their marriage that Dad would name all the girls and Mom would name all the boys. About a week before their second baby was born, her father had to travel to Utah for the funeral of his brother, leaving behind his wife and 22-month-old daughter in Pennsylvania. He was still away when his child was born, and the following telegram was Mom's way of letting him know there was another girl in the family. "YOU WILL NAME THIS ONE TOO STOP HURRY HOME. HELEN" @2011 / @2016 ~ ~ ~ ~ Dawn attended the 50th Anniversary Reunion of the BYH Class of 1966 on September 2, 2016. "They were wonderful years and I cherish them."

Tolley, Lynn [Gerald Lynn]
8236 W. 90th Place
Westminster, Colorado 80021-4554 US

G.L. [and Gloria] Tolley
  • Home: 303-583-7779

Class of 1966. Lynn Tolley. Tennis, Wrestling, German Club Vice President, Lettermens Club, Region Tennis Tournament, Seminary 4 years. Lynn Tolley lives in the Denver area - Broomfield/Westminster, Colorado. He married Gloria Lynn on July 5, 2001, and they are the parents of several children. He worked in construction, driving heavy machinery until he retired, and is a really nice guy. He is reputed to look a lot like Willie Nelson. Still weighs 130 dripping wet -- still hyperactive. @2016 ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS WIFE'S OBITUARY: Obituary for Gloria Elaine Tolley. Gloria Tolley, age 61, passed away on Thursday, April 13 at home in Westminster after an extended illness. She was born in Denver and was the second beloved child of Aubrey and Nellie Ladwig. Gloria, beloved daughter, is survived by her parents, Aubrey and Nellie Ladwig, her husband, Gerald Lynn Tolley, daughter, Aimee McMurtry (Leo Jr.), son, Gregg McMurtry, grandchildren, Leo III and Eli, Brothers, Nathan (Teresa), Mark (Renee) and numerous nieces and nephews. Gloria was preceded in death by her beloved son, Jeffery, Nick McMurtry, his father, grandparents, Aubrey & Cora, and brother, Russell. When she was a little girl, Gloria liked Barbies. She was a good student and enjoyed school. In her high school years she enjoyed church, and Bible study. She got her first job at Hallmark and liked Precious Moments and started collecting the figurines. She moved to California and returned to Arvada over 20 years ago. When people would visit her in California, she was a great hostess taking them to the famous tourist spots. Gloria loved watching the Denver Broncos. Gloria was a sweet spirit whose smile would light up a room. She dearly loved her family and enjoyed visiting them especially on the holidays where she would toil for hours to bring her special treats for everyone. She had such a great laugh. When she laughed, she made others laugh. Gloria is at peace with her heavenly Father and has joined her family. She will be deeply missed by many of us whose lives were touched by her. Funeral Services will be Monday, April 24, 2017 @ Crossroads Chapel 9901 W. 50th Ave. Wheat Ridge Co. Viewing at 12:00 followed by Services at 1:00 PM. Interment will be at Crown Hill Cemetery following Funeral Services. Source.

Trunnell, Bariann

Trunnell, Bariann
1492 West 80 South
Pleasant Grove, Utah 84062 US

Bari and Barry Olson
  • Cell: 801-372-9808
  • Home: 801-372-1417

Class of 1966. Bariann Trunnell. 1966 BYH Student Body Head Cheerleader. National Honor Society, Girls Basketball, Girls Softball, Girls Track & Field, Chorus, Band, Homecoming Queen Attendant, Sweethearts Queen Attendant, Seminary 4 years. ~ ~ Former husband, Joe Powell, Teacher, Three sons, Four daughters. Lived in UT, VA, OK, CA, AL, NY & WY. Bari at Utah State University earned a M.Ed. in 1987. Teacher. Bari married Barry Olson, BYH Class of 1966, on April 8, 2005. Her parents: Jack Byron Trunnell and Cynthia Mallory [Trunnell] Gardner. They married in 1942. Jack and Cynthia had six children: Thomas Trunnell, Nancy Trunnell, Bari Trunnell [BYH Class of 1966], Martha "Marti" Trunnell [BYH Class of 1974], Mark Trunnell [BYH Class of 1975], and Janet Trunnell [BYH Class of 1977]. After a divorce from Dr. Jack Trunnell, Cynthia married L. Levier Gardner in 1970. ~ ~ ~ ~ Bari taught 1 year in the Nebo School District, then 17 years in Wyoming. Bari Olson is in her fourth year of teaching Second Grade in the Provo School District. @2010 ~ ~ ~ ~ Bari is retired after teaching 30 years. Barry and Bari are living in Pleasant Grove, Utah now. As of April 2015, they have 24 grandchildren; Bari has 16, and Barry has 8. They celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary on April 8, 2015. Elementary Educator (Grades 1, 2, 3 & 6) @2016 "Beloved BYU High School, Friends, I give praise to you all." Bari and Barry organized and attended attended the 50th Anniversary Reunion of the BYH Class of 1966 on September 2, 2016.

Tucker, Kathleen
1761 Cloverdale Rd
Salt Lake City, Utah 84121-2840 US

Kathee Tucker-Bird
  • Work: 801-943-0360
  • Cell: 801-956-0276

Class of 1966. Kathleen Tucker [Kathee). National Honor Society, Pep Club, Ski Club, Brigadier Newspaper Staff, Debate, National Merit Commendation, Seminary 4 years. Weber State College, BS Medical Technology 1970. Moved to Hawaii, University of Hawaii Medical School, General Surgery 5 yrs, moved to Phoenix, AZ. Plastic Surgery 2 yrs, University of Utah. Private Plastic Surgery practice in SLC, UT. ~ ~ ~ ~ Kathee Tucker-Bird, Emergency Medicine Specialist, 3934 S 2300 E, Salt Lake City, Utah, 84124-1830. @2010 ~ ~ ~ ~ Dr. Kathleen L Tucker-Bird MD, Critical Care Specialist, Surgical Specialist, 34 years of experience 9493 S 700 E, Sandy, UT 84070 Office: 801-576-0176 More [Email sent to bounced back] @2016

Tucker, Mary Lynn

Tucker, Mary Lynn
Phoenix, Arizona US

Mary Rumich

Class of 1966. Mary Tucker. F.H.A., Pep Club, Wildcat Yearbook, Thespians, Banner Carrier, German Club, School Play, Seminary 4 years. Mary Lynn Tucker Rumich died at age 55 of illness in Phoenix, AZ on Dec. 8, 2003. She was born July 28, 1948 in Englewood, CA, the third daughter of Ann (Gout) and John Ecklund Tucker. She married Tony Rumich in Duchesne, Utah, in 1981, they were later divorced. Mary attended North Sanpete High before moving with her family to Provo, where she graduated from BY High School in 1966. She was a gifted and talented person and an avid reader all her life. She sought an acting career in her younger days and was a part of the theater for many years. She lived in California, Utah, Ohio and Arizona. Two daughters survive her, Nina Rumich of Mesa, AZ, and Carol (Chris) Seabolt of Oak Harbor, WA; three grandchildren, two sisters, Linda Church of Mesa and Pat (Bryce) Barker of Vernal; nine nieces and nephews and 18 grandnieces and nephews. Her father and mother and one nephew preceded her in death. Funeral Services were held in Mt. Pleasant, Utah at Thursday, Dec. 18th, 2003. [Deseret News, Thursday, December 18, 2003]

Tyler, Jean [Carolyn Jean]
2480 Camelback Rd
Salt Lake City, Utah 84121-5162 US

Jean and Bruce Harper
  • Work: 801-233-1311
  • Cell: 801-815-0702
  • Home: 801-942-7976

Class of 1966. Jean Tyler. Brigadier Newspaper, Pep Club, F.H.A. Vice President, Thespians, Seminary Graduate. Husband, Bruce T. Harper, BYU BS Education & Child Development 1970. They have five Children, all college graduates with some graduate degrees, and all are returned missionaries. The Harpers lived for three years in Munich, Germany, where Bruce Harper served as a mission president. @2006

Valgardson, Ray A.
2082 S. California Ave
Provo, Utah 84606-6530 US

Ray Valgardson
  • Cell: 801-722-9910 (Pref.)
  • Home: 801-374-2280

Class of 1966. Ray Valgardson. Football, Baseball, Track, Wrestling, Lettermens Club, German Club, Seminary Graduate. Mission: Western Canada 1967-1969 (Alberta and Northern B.C.). BYU for 3.5 years, also Utah Trade Tech, Construction. Owner, Ra-Val Construction. Married, Bonnie Barlow (div). Seven children: 1. Chalyce workes for an accounting firm and lives in SLC. 2. Melynda lives in Provo, Calfironia & Hawaii, works in media business. 3. Leyah lives in Las Vegas and works for Pulte Homes. 4. Dayne lives in Pocatello Idaho and works as an electrician. 5. Deryk lives in Olympia Washington and works in a furniture store. 6. Emberly lives in Provo and works drawing plans on CAD. 7. Tyne is going to UVSC studying dance. Ray is a pilot, general contractor, and a teacher. Alternate address: PO Box 51101, Provo, Utah 81605 ~ ~ ~ ~ Ray was unable to attend the 50th Anniversary Reunion of the Class of 1966 because he just had a hip replacement. @2016

Wilkins, Alan L.
604 East 3125 North
Provo, Utah 83440-4244 US

Alan & Margaret Wilkins
  • Home: 801-358-3984

Class of 1966. Alan L. Wilkins. 1965 BYH Student Body Business Manager. 1966 BYH Senior Class President. Football CoCaptain, Basketball, Spanish Club, Debate, Boys State, National Merit Commendation, 1st Quartet Region, Excellent Debate State, Seminary 4 years. Mission: Peru, BYU BA, BYU MBA, Stanford Univ PhD, Organizational Behavior. Former BYU Academic Vice President, former mission president in Argentina. Wife: Margaret A., Five Girls, Two Boys. Wilkins is grandson of President Harold B. Lee. El especial acontecimiento se concretó mediante el trabajo conjunto de líderes de la estaca, el Presidente Alan Wilkins, presidente de la Misión Buenos Aires Norte. @2016 Alan and Margaret attended the 50th Anniversary Reunion of the BYH Class of 1966 on September 2, 2016. "Great to see everyone!"

Zabriskie, Joel Daniels

Zabriskie, Joel Daniels
5558 W Town Center Parkway
Highland, Utah 84003 US

Joel & Ruby Zabriskie
  • Work: 801-766-7600
  • Home: 801-420-3500

Class of 1966. Joel Zabriskie. Track, Wrestling, Chorus President, Brigadier Newspaper Asst Sports Editor, All State Chorus, Seminary 4 years. Mission: British South 1967-1969. BYU BS Finance 1980, VP/Controller CETEC IVIE audio products. Joel married Ruby Kimball, BYH Class of 1967. They have Five Girls, Three Boys, all married. 20+ grandchildren. Utah National Parks Council, Boy Scouts of America: Sector One Chairman -- Sector One - Lehi, Alpine,Timpanogos, Utah Lake, Bridal Veil Falls and Silver Lake Districts. 1991 Silver Beaver Award Recipient. Also: Former high councilor, bishop and counselor, assistant priests quorum adviser, elders quorum president's counselor, ward music chairman, stake president's counselor, and currently Stake President. Primarily an Accountant. @2005. Joel is a twin brother of Noel Zabriskie, who is also a member of the BYH Class of 1966. @2016 Joel and Ruby attended the 50th Anniversary Reunion of the BYH Class of 1966 on September 2, 2016. "Loved BY Elementary, Junior High, and High School."

Zabriskie, Noel Reynolds

Zabriskie, Noel Reynolds
1310 Rushton Street
Ogden, Utah 84401 US

Noel and Sherrie Zabriskie
  • Cell: 801-791-4734

Class of 1966. Noel Zabriskie. Track, Chorus Vice President, Thespians President, Lettermen's Club, Brigadier Newspaper News Editor, Science Club, School Play, 2 Superior Solos Music Festival, Holds Yr. Record in Track 880 Region, Division, Seminary 4 years. Mission: Uruguay-Paraguay 1967-1969. BYU BA Spanish Education 1972, BYU Masters in Education (MED), Secondary Curriculum & Instruction 1977. Education Administrator. Noel married ReNon Fisher, also BYH Class of 1966. They had four daughters, one son: Ranae and Danny Hart, Kaysville, Utah; Rachelle and Tony Greenwell, Roy, Utah; Alan and Jennie Zabriskie, Warrensburg, Missouri; Becky and Brad Petersen, Ogden, Utah; and Lauren Zabriskie, also of Ogden, Utah. They have eleven grandchildren. -- see tribute to Renon in her record. ~ ~ Noel is formerly Weber School District, Human Resource Director. 2002 Olympics Torchbearer, Ogden, Utah. Noel is a twin brother of Joel Zabriskie, also a member of the BYH Class of 1966. Noel became Superintendent of the Ogden School District on July 1, 2006. Renon died on August 26, 2011. Address updated. @Jul2013 Noel Zabriskie married Jan. @2016 Noel and Jan attended the 50th Anniversary Reunion of the BYH Class of 1966 on September 2, 2016. ~ ~ ~ ~

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