Alphabetical Alumni

Bankhead, Susan Kay
1376 East Eagle Drive (715 South)
Mapleton, Utah 84664 US

Susan and Douglas Morrison
  • Work: (801) 489-8661

Class of 1962. Susan Bankhead. Student Body Historian. Chorus, Band, Seminary Graduate, Pep Club, Honor Society, All State Chorus, Commercial Achievement, Junior Class Scholarship, BYU Scholarship. BYU 1966. Married Douglas Morrison. No email @2005. Alternate address: 1376 East 715 South, Mapleton, Utah 84664. @2010.

Banks, Betsy

Banks, Betsy
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Bessie and Vernon Clark

Class of 1920? ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Betsy (Bessie) Banks Clark, wife, sister, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and friend passed away on Saturday, September 24, 1994. Born in a log house on November 16, 1901 in Sterrett (Ivins), Idaho to Thomas Joseph and Jane Angus Banks. Graduated from the Central Elementary School and Brigham Young High School in Provo, Utah, attending school in Provo during the winters and living on her parent's Idaho ranch in the summers. Married Vernon John Clark, September 12, 1923 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple and lived in Idaho until 1927 when they moved to Salt Lake City and settled there. As an active member of the LDS Church, she served in ward Sunday School and Relief Society, stake Relief Society, and as a Salt Lake Temple worker for eighteen years. She also served a full-time LDS mission with her husband in Danville, Virginia. She had a strong work ethic and spent eighteen years running a boarding house and thirty-seven years selling Avon products. She was a devoted wife, mother, and grandmother as well as being a friend to all, especially enjoying the association of young people. Bessie was a gracious hostess and a marvelous cook who opened her heart and home to all she knew. She was preceded in death by her husband on April 29, 1985, and survived by a daughter and son-in-law, MarJean and Blaine Wilcox of Salt Lake City; three sons and daughters-in-law, J. Vernon & Ruth Clark of Bountiful, Utah; Dean Angus and Marion Clark of Salt Lake City; and Max Banks and Donna Clark of Dallas, Texas; also two sisters, Mary Mickelsen of Grace, Idaho and Dale White of Spanish Fork, Utah, as well as thirty grandchildren and forty-five great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held in Salt Lake City. Interment at Lakeview Memorial Estates in Bountiful. [Published in the Deseret News, Sunday, September 25, 1994.]

Banks, Julius

Banks, Julius

Julius Banks

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1913. Julius Banks. He received an A.B. Degree in 1913. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 6, page 140.

Banks, Laverne

Banks, Laverne

Laverne Banks

Class of 1920. Laverne Banks. Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1920. Source: 1920 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, page 65-85.

Banks, Louisa

Banks, Louisa
Provo, Utah

Louisa & Wilford Duke

Class of 1920? Louisa Banks. OBITUARY: Louisa Banks Duke, 87, died January 26, 1990 in Newport Beach, California. Born August 27, 1902 in Spanish Fork, Utah, daughter of Elias and Annie Young Banks. Married Wilford O. Duke December 25, 1922 in Provo, Utah; he preceded her in death July 5, 1987. She lived in Idaho until the age of 2 when her father died. The family moved to Provo where she has resided since. Attended Maeser Elementary and graduated from Brigham Young High School. She was employed at the courthouse until she married Mr. Duke. Member LDS Church. While she was not active in a lot of organizations, she was always there for family, friends and neighbors. She was a loving and compassionate person. Survived by her daughter, Marilyn Duke Tyler, Costa Mesa, Calif.; five grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; brother, Elias Banks; sister, Bernice Scholl, both Salt Lake City. Funeral services were held Monday, January 29, 1990, in Provo, Utah. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. [Deseret News, Sunday, January 28, 1990.]

Banks, Merrill

Banks, Merrill

Merrill Banks

Class of 1917. Merrill Banks. Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1917. Source: 1917 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, pages 82-88.

Barkdull, Phillip Henry

Barkdull, Phillip Henry
Logan, Utah US

Phillip Henry Barkdull

Class of 1914. Phillip Barkdull. Graduated in 1914 from Brigham Young High School, Art Department. Source 1: 1914 BYU Banyan, BYH section, pp. 84-89. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1914. Philip Barkdull. He received a BYH Arts & Manual Training Diploma in 1914. Source 2: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 7, page 2. ~ ~ ~ ~ Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1927. Philip Barkdull. He received a BS Degree in 1927. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 7, page 2. ~ ~ ~ ~ Phillip Henry Barkdull (1888-1968), Fillmore/Logan. Phillip Henry Barkdull was born on March 22, 1888, in the small community of Hatton, just outside Fillmore, Utah. He was the second of three sons born to John Henry and Emma Isabell Barkdull. While Henry was a child, his family struggled to make a success of their small farm. During his youth, Henry fell, hitting his head on a railroad track. He suffered a severe hearing loss. Later, a mastoidectomy left him also suffering from bad sinuses and migraines, which continued for the remainder of his life. There were no schools in the rural area where Henry grew up, and his family needed his help on their farm, so he did not attend school. Finally, at the age of 23, he left the farm to begin high school at Brigham Young High School in Provo, where he took up the study of art. He was embarrassed because he was so much older than the other students, so he lied about his age. Even though he was always sickly, he managed to participate on the high-school track team. After graduation from high school, he entered Brigham Young University to continue studying art. However, in 1917, before he could receive his degree, Barkdull was invited by an old roommate to accept a position as Instructor of Art at Dixie Normal College in St. George. But then, his career as an art instructor was delayed by his induction into the Armed Forces. He served for only a few short months before his ill health resulted in a discharge, and he once again began teaching art in Southern Utah, this time at Hurricane High School. Again his tenure was a short one, and he spent the next six years teaching art in various Utah schools. Next, Barkdull moved to Provo where he taught arts, crafts, and design part-time at Provo High School. He spent the summers attending Brigham Young University and graduated in 1928 [actually 1927]. He continued teaching at Provo High School for two years after his graduation from BYU. It was during this time that he attended summer classes at Utah State Agricultural College and met Birger Sandzen, a Kansas artist who had a greater influence on Barkdull than did any other artist. Sandzens neo-impressionist technique, with its thick impasto, raw color, and regionalist subject matter presented in almost a Cubist style, sparked Barkdulls imagination and resulted in Paintings [that] shine out like a beacon amidst the foggy grey of many of his contemporaries, according to Dr. Vern Swanson, Director of the Springville Museum of Art. The two summers Barkdull studied under Sandzen resulted in Barkdulls most productive period. Barkdulls Designed Landscape: Symphony in Color clearly demonstrates Sandzens influence. Although formally structured, the painting is saturated with the pure hues and rich pigment of the fauvists. At the time it was painted,1930, it was a significant departure from the current Utah painting style. This new style of painting was not appreciated by other Utah artists, who thought it was too radical. On the few occasions when Barkdull's works were sent to New York for criticism, they were given favorable reviews. However, a new artistic style appeared and soon swept the country. This style was termed Dirty Thirties because it reflected the negative effects and influences of the Depression Era. Many Utah artists moved directly from Impressionism to this new style, never discovering the Neo-Impressionist style. In contrast, Phillip Barkdull had managed to stay with the leading edge of art while hidden away in the art world of Utah, making him an extraordinary artist. It was, however, as a teacher of design that Barkdull made his greatest contribution to the Utah art scene. During the fall of 1930, a teaching position at Brigham Young University was vacated by B. F. Larsen, when he left for a one-year sabbatical in France. Barkdull was chosen to fill the position. He was listed as an Instructor in Art, teaching the following courses: Graphic Representation, Theory and Practice of Design, Domestic Art Design, and Outdoor Sketching with Oil Color. After his brief tenure at BYU, Barkdull was hired by the Logan School District as Supervisor of Arts and Crafts of the Logan Schools, and he also taught art at the high school part of the day. His busy schedule as both instructor and district supervisor combined with his constant poor health all but ended any serious focus on painting. Persistent health problems resulted in his early retirement in the spring of 1954. After his retirement, financial problems forced Barkdull to continue working as a private instructor. During this time, he turned to painting watercolors, mostly florals. Due mostly to his battles and concerns with poor health, Barkdull never fully developed his artistic gift. His innovative style and obvious talent were never expressed as they might have been, given the opportunity. Phillip Barkdull died on November 6, 1968, in Logan, without having established his talent and significance in Utah art history. [See website for several examples of his brilliant art.] See also:

Barker, Evelyn Joy

Barker, Evelyn Joy
4602 South Locust Lane
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Evelyn & Robert Cutler

Class of 1947. Evelyn Barker. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Evelyn Joy Barker Cutler was reunited with her eternal family members and friends on November 8, 2012. Evelyn was born March 16, 1930 in Provo Utah to John Jay and Mildred Morgan Barker. She was sister to Margaret Barker Sidwell, Bonnie Barker Alexander, and John (Jo Ann) Barker. Evelyn graduated from Brigham Young High School in the Class of 1947. She was eternally sealed to her beloved Robert Eugene Cutler bringing together 8 sons and 2 daughters. Evelyn was employed by the State of Utah for 30 years as an LCSW making her life's work helping others. She loved doing brain-teaser crossword puzzles, all forms of literature, classical music and doing genealogy. She was an active member of the LDS church and served in various roles throughout the years. She is survived by her sister Margaret, her brother John, and all 10 of her children: Clifford Wilcox, Robert David (Codele) Cutler, Doyle Rowley (Annette) Cutler, Juan Ramon (Debbie) Martinez III, (Robert) Maggie Martinez Monzingo, James Rowley (Joni) Cutler, (Wally) Ruth Martinez Ortiz, Brett Rowley (Cindy) Cutler, Peter Benjamin Martinez Sr., Daniel Rowley (Janene) Cutler. She is also survived by her granddaughter Elizabeth Roberts, and well as numerous other grand and great-grand children. She is preceded in death by her eternal mate Robert, her parents, her aunts Evelyn and Afton, Uncle Edward, sister Bonnie, nephew David, niece Julia, and great-granddaughter Lisa. The family wishes to express a heartfelt thanks to Tina, Ashley, and her other care-givers at More Than Home Plano, Texas, where she has lived the past 6 years. Friends and family are invited to attend a viewing on Monday, November 12, 2012 from 9:30 to 10:45 at Bay Hill Chapel, 10351 Bayhill Drive, Cedar Hills, Utah 84062. Funeral Services will follow at 11:00 at the same location. Condolences may be extended to the family at Interment will be at Orem City Cemetery immediately following the services. [Sunday, November 11, 2012, Provo Daily Herald] @2012

Barker, Judy Lee
502 South 1040 East Apt A218
American Fork, Utah 84003 US

Judy and Timothy Isaksen

Class of 1962. Judy Lee Barker. Senior Class Social Chair. Chorus, Band, Seminary Graduate, Poetry Festival (Honors), Hi-Steppers, F.H.A., Thespians. BYU BS Sociology 1968. Judy married Timothy Isaksen. @2007

Barlow, Carolyn

Barlow, Carolyn
3616 Hillside Lane
Salt Lake City, Utah 84109-4011

Carolyn and Kent Dunford
  • Work: (801) 277-0149
  • Home: (801) 518-9783

Class of 1956. Carolyn Barlow. Varsity Cheerleader. Debate State Champs, Interpretive Speech, Childrens Theater, Pep Club, Ski Club, Thespians, Wildcat Yearbook Advertising Manager, Chorus, Model U.N., Twirlers, Exchange Assembly, Seminary Play, Shorthand Club, Senior Hop Committee. BYU BS Business Education & Administrative Management 1963. Carolyn Barlow Dunford, Faculty, Joseph Smith Academy — 2002-2003. Carolyn. Life began for me on an early Christmas morning in Cedar City, Utah. The first of four children born to Frances Parrish Barlow and Joel Call Barlow, descendants of Israel Barlow, Anson Call, Charles C. Rich and Samuel Parrish all land owners in Nauvoo during the 1840s. Therefore as you can see as my grandmother Parrish used to say that I came from “good stock.” We moved to Provo, Utah in 1947 where I grew up surrounded by good friends, schools, church and family. B.Y. High School and college merged together and I participated in the activities of both during those years. During that time I was involved in dramatics, dancing, cheerleading, baton twirling (first for the new Cougar Marching Band), songleading, debate, skiing, tennis and oh yes, school. Life was wonderful during the 50s and I enjoyed every minute of it. Kent [BYH Class of 1952] and I married after having met playing tennis with mutual friends two years earlier. It was quite a change for me to go from BYU coed to “Sister Dunford,” wife of the new seminary teacher in Copperton, Utah. After two years and the birth of our first boy, we found ourselves pursuing further degrees, Kent a master’s degree and myself a bachelor’s. Kent accomplished his goal at the University of Colorado where he opened a new Institute building and program along with getting a Master’s degree in American History. During this time we were back and forth to Provo and I graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Education just before our fourth child was born. During the next few years we moved to San Diego, Provo and then to Salt Lake pursuing degrees and teaching. We settled in Salt Lake in 1967 where the last of our six children were born. They are Garth Barlow Dunford, Charles Isaac Dunford, Julie Dunford Pond, Gregory Joel Dunford, Shelley Hardy Dunford and Paul Harold Dunford. All married now with 24 children to their credit. While raising our children I have served in most leadership and teaching positions in the Primary, Young Women and Relief Society. It would be very hard to choose my favorite since my love is people. Occupationally, after our children were in school, I substituted in the public schools and taught adult education. Finding this was not my love I went back to school and obtained a real estate license and sold for over 20 years. This turned out to be a great experience, teaching me so much about life, business and people. After experiencing a trip to Israel in 1971, we fell in love with travel and led several tours to Europe and back to Israel during the next few years. The highlight came when we were asked to return to Israel and teach for the winter and spring term in 1981. This we did with our children and had a marvelous experience together. Since that time we have been able to return to Israel and teach the spring and summer terms for four years. During the last ten years I followed my husband to Chicago, Boston and Honolulu where he served in the Church Education System. I was employed by CES, a real estate office and Cambridge College. At the end of our teaching career we spent a year as missionaries serving at the Institute in Honolulu and the Church College in Hawaii. During this time I also served in the Family History Library, Social Services as an ESL tutor and as a tour guide at the Church College. Hopefully our retirement years will continue to be filled with more missions, family, friends and young students. @2005 ~ ~ ~ ~ Email sent to bounced back. @2010

Barlow, Jolene
5700 Estrellita Del Norte
Albuquerque, New Mexico 97109 US

Jolene Thompson

Class of 1969. Jolene Barlow. She married _____ Thompson. She is just finishing up 2 years of teaching Engish in China. @2019

Barlow, Loren
2810 Tomahawk Lane
Eugene, Oregon 97401-6406 US

Loren and Margaret Barlow

Class of 1944. Loren Barlow. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS WIFE'S MOTHER: Mary J. Wilson, age 94, died Tuesday, May 29, 1990, two days short of her 74th wedding anniversary. She was born in Ogden, Utah on February 17, 1896 to Henry Chariton and Emma Rigby Jacobs, the seventh of 13 children. On May 31, 1916, she married David J. Wilson. The next three years were spent in Berkley, Calif., where her husband received his Doctor of Juris Prudence in 1919. The family then returned to Ogden where their five children were educated through public schools. Mother was proud of her home economic skills and became renowned for her candy recipes. She was totally loyal and supportive of her husband in all his ventures in his profession, church, politics and family life. Music always gave her great pleasure and she was actively involved in all aspects of it in the Ogden 12th Ward and at home. He church interests were legend with Relief Society being her favorite due to its service role and to the fact that her grandmother, Zina D. H. J. Young, had been the second general president of the Relief Society. She was appointed to the General Board in 1947 and served under President Belle Spafford until 1954. That year her husband received an appointment from President Eisenhower to the U. S. Custom Court through the nomination by his close friend, Senator Arthur V. Watkins. The next 12 years were spent in New York City where they worked, entertained, traveled and developed together. She was appointed to the American Mothers Committee, rising to the office of Secretary and made lifelong contacts there. In 1966 Judge Wilson retired from the bench and became a senior judge in Salt Lake City. There home, again, became a social center for friends and relatives. In 1976, her husband died and she spent the next 14 years either in her condo or with members of her family. Her last year was passed in a retirement home where omnipresent love was felt by all other tenants. She truly was a woman who felt everyone deserved to be loved. She is survived by one daughter, three sons and their families, O. Meredith and Marian W. Wilson, Eugene, Oregon; D. Jay and Blanche P. Wilson, Ogden, Utah, now on a mission in Invercargill, New Zealand; L. Keith and Margaret W. Wilson, Salt Lake City; Don B. Wilson, Ogden, Utah; and a son-in-law, Loren C. Barlow, Eugene, Oregon whose wife Margaret died last year; 24 grandchildren; 85 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild. Seven of her sisters and brothers preceded her in death and she is survived by three sisters and two brothers. They are Mrs. Edwin C. (Emma) Hinckley, Provo, Utah; Mrs. Vilate J. Thatcher, Salt Lake City; Mrs. Paul B. (Oa) Cannon, Salt Lake City; Heber G. Jacobs, Provo, Utah; and J. Smith Jacobs, Orem, Utah. There will be an opportunity to visit with the family on Friday evening from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Russon Brothers Mortuary, 255 South, 200 East, Salt Lake City. The funeral will be held at 12 noon on Saturday, June 2nd, in the 27th East Ward Chapel (Federal Heights Chapel) located at 1300 North Fairfax Road, Salt Lake City. The family will receive friends and relatives one hour prior to the services. Interment, Salt Lake City Cemetery. Funeral directors, Russon Brothers Mortuary. [Deseret News, Thursday, May 31, 1990.]

Barlow, Rachel

Rachel Barlow

Class of 1939. Rachel Barlow. Forensics. German Club. Fauvines. Notre Maison.

Barnes, Ileen

Barnes, Ileen

Ileen Barnes

Class of 1913. Ileen Barnes (Barns on one list). Graduated from Brigham Young High School, in the Academic Department. Source: 1913 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, pages 63-81.

Barnes, Richard W.

Barnes, Richard W.
Kaysville, Utah US

Richard Barnes

BY Academy High School Class of 1883. Richard W. Barnes of Kaysville, Utah. Graduated Friday, June 15, 1883, with a Mathematics certificate (Ray's Higher Mathematics). Source: Territorial Enquirer, Friday, June 15, 1883.

Barnett, Barbara

Barnett, Barbara
Orem, Utah US

Barbara and Antoine Harris

Class of 1961. Barbara Barnett. Chorus, F.H.A. President, Home Economics Service Award, High Stepper. BYU BS Child Development & Family Relations & Teaching Certificate 1965. Married Antoine Harris. Serving on 45th Year Reunion committee of Class of 1961, in 2006. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Barbara Barnett Harris, 76, returned home to her loving Heavenly Father on June 28, 2019. She passed away peacefully, surrounded by her six daughters and her sweetheart, Antoine. Barbara was born on May 15, 1943 in Spanish Fork, Utah to Owen Lee Barnett and Vesta Wright Barnett. As a young girl, Barbara lived in Spanish Fork and moved to Provo with her family at age six. She graduated from Brigham Young High School (B.Y. High) in the Class of 1961. She then attended Brigham Young University, where she graduated with her degree in Elementary Education. She went on to teach first grade for several years in both Utah and Iowa. She met her sweetheart, Antoine Harris, while attending BYU. They were married August 10, 1966 in the Manti Temple. Soon after their marriage, Barbara and Antoine moved to Iowa while Antoine attended chiropractic school and Barbara taught first grade. After school, they made their home in Orem, where they raised their six daughters. Barbara also had a special love for her two step-sons, Greg and Brad. Barbara was a faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and served in numerous callings. She loved the Savior and strove to pattern her life after Him. It was important to her that her children and grandchildren knew of her testimony and her love of the gospel, and lived in such a way that we never questioned her dedication. She displayed unwavering faith in her Savior, especially as she faced numerous health challenges. She taught us the benefit of a good attitude even when facing tremendous trials, and had the ability to find the good and blessings that come from very difficult situations. Barbara was a dedicated homemaker. She was a wonderful cook and loved to make delicious meals for her family, and loved to entertain and plan parties down to the smallest detail. She was a talented seamstress and enjoyed making dresses for her little girls. Her home was beautiful and comfortable and she had the ability to make everyone who entered feel welcome. Her home was a very happy place. She loved being a wife, mother and especially a grandmother. She absolutely adored her grandchildren, and was happiest when surrounded by her family. She had a beautiful smile, a wonderful laugh, and a quick wit. She was easy to love. She had a special love of flowers, which led her to start a floral design business, “Flowers and Such” with her best friend Diane Berntsen. She is survived by her devoted sweetheart of 53 years, Antoine Harris; step-sons, Greg Harris (Cindy); Brad Harris (Tracy); daughters, Kristin Griffin (Rob); Catherine Griffin (Mike); Melanie Christensen (Chad); Allison Freeman; Elizabeth “Lid” Camberlango (Brian); and Emily Herring (Kameron). She is also survived by her sisters, Mary Linnell and Arlene Rigby; 26 grandchildren; and two great grandchildren; ten step-grandchildren and 33 step-great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, Owen Barnett and Vesta Barnett, siblings, Wilmer Barnett, Maurice Barnett, Owen “Dale” Barnett, Muriel Williams and step-granddaughter Elizabeth Harris. We would like to thank the many dedicated health care workers, nurses and Doctors who cared for Mom over the past several months. Our heartfelt thanks to Dr. Erik Gulbrandsen for his wonderful care of our mother. Funeral services will be held at 11 am on Saturday, July 6, 2019 at the Hillcrest 6th Ward Chapel, 1035 South 800 East, Orem, Utah. Family and friends may call from 6 to 8 pm on Friday, July 5, 2019 at the church and again on Saturday morning from 9:30 to 10:30 am at the church prior to services. Interment, Payson City Cemetery. [Provo Daily Herald, July 3, 2019]

Barnett, Gary
6042 Foxhills Drive
Kearns, Utah 84118-0686

Gary Barnett

Class of 1953.

Barnett, Owen L.

Barnett, Owen L.

Owen Barnett

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1923. Owen L. Barnett. He received a BS Degree in Secondary Education in 1923. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 9, page 423. ~ ~ ~ ~ Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1927. Owen L. Barnett. He received an M.S. Degree in Educational Administration in 1927. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 8, page 423.

Barnett, Shirl Braxton

Barnett, Shirl Braxton
Tillamook, Oregon US

Shirl and Faun Barnettt

BYH Class Unknown? Shirl Barnett. @2001 ~ ~ ~ ~ Shirl Braxton Barnett was born May 8, 1912 in Payson, Utah. His parents were Raynold Barnett and Birdetta Daniels. He married Faun Greer [BYH Class of 1932?]. He died August 2, 2002 in Tillamook, Oregon.

Barnhill, Ann
9637 Poppy Lane
Sandy, Utah 84070

Ann Webb
  • Work: 801-571-2210

Class of 1958 - Honorary. [Students who attended BYH or BYJrH but for one reason or another graduated from other schools.]

Barron, Howard H.

Barron, Howard H.
Orem, Utah US

Howard & LaVerda Barron

Faculty & Staff -- Teacher, Biology, Eugenics, Mathematics, Religion, Science. Early 1950s, including 1953-1954 and 1954-1955. Howard H. Barron, born August 7, 1920, Vermillion, Utah. Died September 23, 2000. His parents: Homer Hesakia Barron & Lucille Anna Strange Barron. OBITUARY: Howard H. Barron, 80, returned to his Heavenly Father on Saturday morning September 23, 2000. He was born August 7, 1920 in Vermillion, Utah a son of Homer H. Barron and Lucille Strange Barron. He married LaVerda Ralphs in the Salt Lake LDS Temple on September 20, 1946. He attended Utah State University at Logan, Utah receiving a B.S. in Animal Science and Vocational Agriculture in 1943. He was awarded an M.S. degree from the same institution in 1950. In 1953 the University of Utah awarded him his Ed.D. degree with a major emphasis in Educational Administration. He began his career as an assistant county agent for Weber County, Utah; served as a principal of Altamont High School and Elementary School; and taught early morning seminary in Salt Lake City. The next 32 years of his career were spent at Brigham Young University, including BY High, where he was a Professor of Religious Education. During his tenure at BYU he was a visiting professor of secondary education at New Mexico State University; was the first Director of the LDS Institute at San Jose, California; and was Chairman of the Department of Bible and Modern Scripture at BYU. He authored the following books: "Orson Hyde", "Judah, Past and Future," 3 volumes "Of Everlasting Value", and "Mormon Prophecies and Their Fulfillment." He especially enjoyed his many opportunities for church service, having served as a Serviceman's Group Leader overseas in the Southwest Pacific during World War II, as a member of several High Councils, as an assistant ward clerk, as president of several auxiliaries, and as bishop of the BYU Nineteenth Ward and second counselor in the BYU Fourth Stake presidency. He and his wife served two full-time missions in the Washington D.C. South Mission and in the BYU Family History Center. They also served as temple workers in the Provo Temple. He is survived by his wife and three children: Verdalee, Orem; Bryce (Stephanie), Highland; Bryan (Renee), American Fork; and nine grandchildren. Funeral services were held Wednesday, September 27th, 2000 in Orem. Interment, Orem City Cemetery. [Deseret News, Sunday, September 24, 2000.]

Barrus, David

David Barrus

Class of 1971. David Barrus.

Barrus, Jeri Ann
11558 Brambleberry Lane
Draper, Utah 84020-9475 US

Jeri and Phillip Evans
  • Work: (801) 553-7034

Centennial Class of 1976. Jeri Ann Barrus. BYU BS Elementary Education 1981. BYU TC Elementary Education 1981. Married Phillip Evans.

Barrus, John E.
1670 Beverly Avenue
Clovis, California 93611 US

John Barrus
  • Work: (559) 299-2448

Class of 1973. John E. Barrus. BYU BS Accounting 1978. MBA University of Washington 1979. BYU JD Law 1985.

Barrus, Leone

Barrus, Leone

Leone Barrus

Class of 1918. Leone Barrus. She received a BYH Normal Certificate in 1918. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 102.

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