Alphabetical Alumni
Callister, Thomas Clark

Callister, Thomas Clark

Thomas Callister

B. Y. Academy High School Graduate, Class of 1901. Thomas Clark Callister. He also received a Special Certificate in Plane Surveying. Source: Students Record of Class Standings B. Y. Academy, Book 1, page 146.

Calvin, William

Calvin, William

William Calvin

BY Academy High School Class of 1889. William Calvin received a Certificate: Bookkeeping. Source: Utah Enquirer, May 28, 1889.

Camenish, Mary

Camenish, Mary

Mary Russell

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1923. Mary Camenish [Russell]. She received an AB Degree in Spanish in 1923. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 9, page 82. ~ ~ ~ ~ Two of Mary's daughters graduated from Brigham Young High School: Valene Camenish Wilcox, BYH Class of 1943, and Wyla Camenish,

Camenish, Valene

Camenish, Valene
Provo, Utah US

Val and Ray Wilcox

Class of 1943. Valene Camenish. Senior Class Secretary, Class of 1943 (3). Provo High School 1, Girls' Athletic Association 2, School play 2, Banter newspaper 2, Banter Associate Editor 3, Notre Maison 3. BYU BA Fine Arts & Communication 1951. Valene married Ray T. Wilcox, BYU BS 1951, BYU MED 1954, UC Berkeley EDD 1957. ~ ~ ~ ~ Val received her BA in Fine Arts at BYU, with a second degree in Elementary Education. She taught at BYU for one year, and in the Second Grade classroom for 15 years. Val is the wife of Dr. Ray T. Wilcox, a professor at BYU in Secondary Education. They have four sons and many grandchildren. The family has traveled extensively, including Africa, the Middle East, Europe and North America. They lived for several years in Ethiopia. Val writes articles, stories, poems and song lyrics, which are frequently published in Church and professional magazines. She wrote a three-act musical play, "The Warm Place", which has been produced at the Promised Valley Little Theater and in other places through the Church. Several of her songs appear in albums, including "Things of Eternity". ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Valene Camenish Wilcox, 88, died peacefully at her home on October 8, 2013. She was born June 15, 1925, in Chicago, Illinois, the second of four daughters in the family of Mary Lucile Russell [BYU 1923] and Edwin Charles Camenish. Val was sealed to Ray Taylor Wilcox in the Salt Lake City Temple September 9, 1949 by Harold B. Lee. Val was a thoughtful, loving and accomplished wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend. Her beloved husband died on the December 15, 2006. Val loved learning. Her early education was in Chicago, Salt Lake City, and Provo, Utah, where she graduated from Brigham Young High School in the Class of 1943. She worked for a time as a secretary in New York City and a reporter at the Daily Herald in Provo. She met Ray after he served in World War II and filled his mission to Tahiti. They both attended Brigham Young University where they received their bachelors degrees in the same commencement ceremony in June, 1951. Val continued studying throughout her life and assisted her husband as he obtained his doctoral degree at University of California, Berkeley. After teaching classes in art education at BYU, Val taught second grade for twenty years at Provost elementary in Provo. She was named Provo District Teacher of the year and held several administrative positions in the Provo Education Association. She helped write and produce two Utah Education Association keynote convention programs. She is remembered fondly by her students for having instilled in them a love of art and literacy. Val loved writing. Her poems and lyrics were seen in Church and professional publications. She was honored to team with composer friends, Janice Kapp Perry and Steven Kapp Perry and her lyrics have appeared on several of their albums. The three-act musical she wrote with Janice, The Warm Place, was performed in Promised Valley Theater. Val received national awards for her writing and enjoyed serving as Utah State President of the National League of American Pen Women. Val loved America and volunteered civic service of many kinds. She helped at voting locations during elections. She and her husband were co-presidents of Provo Highs PTA, and she served for eight years as secretary of the Provo Metropolitan Water Board. The Wilcox family lived for a time in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia in Africa, where Ray helped establish a college of education at Haile Sellassie I University. They toured throughout the Middle East, Africa, Europe, and South America. Val was an active and devoted member of the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She served as stake and ward president in auxiliaries including Relief Society president of the BYU 10th Stake. She also loved teaching and speaking in Church settings. She and Ray served a public affairs mission in Macon, Georgia during 1991-92 and worked in the Provo temple upon their return. Most recently, she volunteered time and materials for sewing items needed for LDS humanitarian distribution worldwide. Val was dedicated to her family. Motherhood was the foremost and favorite occupation in her life. Other interests included writing, reading, friendshipping and sewing needlework. She gave free haircuts to three generations of her own family and missionaries wherever she lived. Val is survived by her four sons and their wives: Wayne C. (Margo) Wilcox, Covina, CA; Roger R. (Moana) Wilcox, Highland; Bradley R. (Debi) Wilcox and Christopher J. (Cheryl) Wilcox, Provo. She adored her 19 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. One sister, Wyla Camenish Rollins, BYH Class of 1948, Orem also survives her. Two sisters preceded her in death: Lucile Camenish Allred and Kay Camenish Cooper. Funeral services will be held at 1550 N. 1350 W. in Provo on Saturday, October 12 at 11:00 am. Friends are invited to call at the Walker-Sanderson Funeral Home, 646 E. 800 N, Orem on Friday, October 11 between 6:00 and 8:00 pm or prior to services from 9:30 to 10:30 am. Interment will be in the City Cemetery in Provo, in the hometown of Vals heart. Condolences may be extended to the family online at www.walkersanderson.com [Provo Daily Herald, October 9, 2013]

Cameron, Benjamin

Cameron, Benjamin
Henderson, Nevada US

Benjamin and Effie Cameron

BYA Beaver Branch ~ Murdock Academy. Benjamin Cameron. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY 1: Benjamin Cameron. Funeral Held in Panguitch for Former Educator. Funeral services for Benjamin Cameron, Jr., prominent church and civic worker who died at his home in Henderson, Nevada on July 23, 1958, were held in Las Vegas, Nevada on Saturday and Panguitch on Sunday. Mr. Cameron, 75, died of carcinoma. He was born in Panguitch March 18, 1883, a son of Benjamin and Sarah Allen Cameron. In 1906 he married Mary Ella Beatty in the St. George LDS Temple. She died in 1917 during the nation-wide flu epidemic. In 1919 he married Effie Cannon in the St. George Temple. Prominent in educational circles, Mr. Cameron was a teacher in Utah schools for over 20 years. He served as mayor of Panguitch for eight years, organized the Associated Civics Clubs of Southern Utah and was a charter member of the Panguitch Lions Club. Until 1942 he resided in southern Utah, moving to Nevada where he resided until his death. He was a high priest in the LDS church and first president of the Henderson Branch. Prior to his moving to Nevada he was a member of the Moapa and St. George Stake high councils. He served as bishop of the Circleville ward. Mr. Cameron also served as personnel director of BMI during the war and was public administrator at Joliet, Illinois; San Diego, California, and Henderson, Nevada. He also served as Garfield and Piute county attorney. At the time of his death he was manager of the Mountain View Gardens of Memory at Las Vegas. He received his early education at Murdock Academy, Beaver; Brigham Young University and University of Utah. Survivors include his widow and the following sons and daughters: Elwin Cameron, Donald Cameron, Henderson, Nevada; Fred Cameron, Caliente, Nevada; John A. Cameron, Magna, Utah; Archie Cameron, Springville, Utah; Mrs. LaReta Cameron Worthen, Mrs. Fay Ella Cameron Prince, Panguitch, Utah; Mrs. DeLoa Cameron Reed, North Hollywood, California, and Mrs. Carma Cameron Sproul, Reseda, California; 41 grandchildren and 21 great grandchildren. Funeral services were conducted Saturday in the Las Vegas Third Ward chapel with additional services in the Panguitch North Ward Sunday. Burial was at the Panguitch cemetery. At the Panguitch services speakers included Bishop June Barron, James P. Cameron and J. Elliot Cameron. Music was furnished by the North Ward choir, Talmage Christensen, Ileta Reid and Bell Cooper. Prayers were offered by J. Merle Prince and Kenneth Cameron with the grave dedicated by Allen Cameron. [Richfield Reaper, July 31, 1958.] ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY 2: Utah Funeral Sunday for Mr. Cameron. Henderson, Nevada. Benjamin Cameron Jr., 73, Henderson, well-known Church and civic worker, died Wednesday at his residence of carcinoma. Funeral services were conducted Saturday in Las Vegas, with a second service planned Sunday in Panguitch, Utah. Mr. Cameron as born March 18, 1883, in Panguitch, Garfield County, Utah, a son of Benjamin and Sarah Allen Cameron. In 1919, he married Effie Cannon in St. George Temple, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Prominent in civic affairs, Mr. Cameron as mayor of Panguitch for eight years and as a teacher in Southern Utah for 25 years. He organized the Associated Civic Club of Southern Utah and was a charter member of Panguitch Lions Club. He resided in Southern Utah until 1942. A high priest, he served as the first president of the Henderson Branch of the Church. Mr. Cameron also was a member of the high council of St. George and Moapa Stakes. Mr. Cameron was manager of the Mountain View Gardens of Memory at Las Vegas. Survivors include his widow; sons and daughters: Elwin, Donald, Henderson; Fred, Caliente, Nev.; John, Magna; Archie, Springville; Mrs. LaReta Worthen, Mrs. Fay Ella Prince, Panguitch; Mrs. DeLoa Reed, Los Angeles; Mrs. Carma Sproul, Raseda, Calif. Funeral services were conducted Saturday in Las Vegas Third Ward chapel. Additional services will be conducted Sunday at 2 p.m. in Panguitch North Ward. Friends may call at the home of Rulon Prince in Panguitch from 9 a.m. until time of service. Burial will be in Panguitch City Cemetery. [Deseret News, July 26, 1958.]

Cameron, Bruce Elliot
1812 Lucy Lane
Corona, California 92879 US

Bruce and Carolyn Cameron
  • Work: (909) 808-8609
  • Home: 951-737-1139

Class of 1963. Bruce Elliot Cameron. 1963 BYH Senior Class Social Chair. Basketball, Track, Baseball, Provo Daily Herald All-Region 2nd Team, Debate, Pep Band, Chorus, All State Band, Drama. BYU BA Sociology 1969. BYU MA Counseling & Guidance, 1971. He married Carolyn. Bruce is C.O.O. of Air Force Village West, a 600-resident continuing care retirement community (CCRC) in Riverside, California. Alternate email. @2010

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

Cameron, Kim S.
701 Tappan St., UMBS Office E2548
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-1234 US

Kim and Melinda Cameron
  • Work: (734) 615-5247

Class of 1964. Senior Class President. Football, Basketball, Baseball, Y Club, Forensics, Chorus, Band, Seminary Graduate, Model U.N., Boys State, Junior Class President, Junior Prom King, Mr. Friendly, Preferred Man Attendant, Sweetheart King. Cameron earned a B.S. in Sociology and M.S. in Social Psychology from BYU, and an M.A. and Ph.D. in Administrative Sciences from Yale University. He married Melinda. He has authored more than 75 articles and seven books, including Organizational Effectiveness, Developing Management Skills, Organizational Decline, and Management: A Practical Guide to Skill Development. He serves on the National Research Council, and has been a Fulbright Distinguished Scholar and a recipient of the Organizational Behavior Teaching Society's Outstanding Educator Award. From 1984-95, Cameron was a faculty member at the University of Michigan, where he chaired the Department of Organizational Behavior and directed a number of executive education and corporate partnership programs. Earlier, Cameron was director of the Organizational Studies division of the National Center for Higher Education Management Systems. In that position, he led a research team investigating how to effectively manage institutions of higher education. Prior to that, he held faculty positions at the University of Wisconsin and Ricks College in Idaho. In 1995 Cameron became associate dean of the Marriott School of Management at BYU. His responsibilities included the school's undergraduate and graduate degree programs and initiatives in curriculum redesign, distance education, and executive development. He held the Ford Motor Company/Richard E. Cook Professor of Management chair. Case Western Reserve University: CWRU has appointed Kim S. Cameron dean of the Weatherhead School of Management, effective July 1, 1998. "Professor Cameron brings superlative academic credentials as an educator and researcher," said CWRU President Agnar Pytte, "along with significant accomplishments in executive education and international outreach and the highest academic and ethical standards. We feel confident that he will build on the Weatherhead School's many strengths and continue its movement to the forefront of management education." Cameron succeeded Scott S. Cowen, who left CWRU to become president of Tulane University. Located in Cleveland, Ohio. Left CWRU in Spring 2000 to return to Ann Arbor on the faculty of the University of Michigan Business School, Professor of Management and Organizations. Summary: Ph.D, Yale University, 1978, M.A., Yale University, 1976, M.S., Brigham Young University, 1971, B.S., Brigham Young University, 1970. Dr. Cameron's past research on organizational downsizing, organizational effectiveness, corporate quality culture and the development of leadership excellence has been published in more than 70 articles and seven books: Coffin Nails and Corporate Strategies (Prentice Hall), Developing Management Skills (Prentice Hall), Diagnosing and Changing Organizational Culture (Addison Wesley Longman), Organizational Decline (Ballinger), Organizational Effectiveness (Academic Press), Paradox and Transformation (Ballinger), and Positive Organizational Scholarship (Berrett-Koehler). His current research was funded by the Templeton Foundation and focuses on virtuousness in organizations such as forgiveness, humility and compassion and their relationships to success. He is actively engaged in developing a new field in organizational studies entitled Positive Organizational Scholarship -- the examination of extraordinarily positive dynamics in organizations and the factors that unleash the highest in human potential. Alternate address: Kim Cameron, 1433 Bicentennial Pkwy., Ann Arbor, MI 48108-7918 - (734) 944-1620. (734) 944-1620 - Website story. Alternate email: kim_cameron@umich.edu

Cameron, Martha

Cameron, Martha

Martha Cameron

Class of 1912. Martha Cameron. She received a BYH Art & Manual Training Diploma in 1912. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 7, page 27.

Campbell, Bruce Larsen

Campbell, Bruce Larsen
Glendora, California US

Bruce and Diane Campbell

Class of 1959. Bruce Campbell. Football, Lettermen, Key Club, Concert Band, Marching Band, Pep Band, Junior Prom Committee, Debate Team, Y'ld Cat Newspaper, Senior Hop Committee. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Bruce L. Campbell was born on November 19, 1940 in Richfield, Utah, and died May 6, 2001, at his home in Glendora, California. He was born in Richfield, Utah, while the family was living in Bicknell, where his father was teaching in the LDS Seminary system. He was born the son of Eugene Edward Campbell and Beth Larsen Campbell, who lived in Provo, and the son-in-law of Marden and Bessie Clark of Provo. Both Eugene Campbell and Marden Clark taught at BYU for nearly all their professional lives. Bruce graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1959. Bruce married Diane Clark on May 1, 1964 in the Salt Lake Temple. For many years he taught marriage and family sociology at California State University in Los Angeles. At the time of his death, he had been promoted by his university to full Professor in the Charter College of Education. A funeral service was held on Friday, May 11, 2001, at the chapel of the Oakdale Mortuary in Glendora. [Provo Daily Herald, May 9, 2001.] ~ ~ ~ ~ MEMORIAL ARTICLE: Provo Daily Herald, Saturday, May 12, 2001 -- Repercussions of one death affect numerous lives. We received a terrible shock last Sunday. Our oldest daughter, Diane Campbell, called to tell us (when she could finally get enough control of her voice) that her husband, Bruce, had had a heart attack and had died immediately. She had been showering and found him on the floor in their kitchen. Bruce was somewhat overweight and had commented several times that he didn't expect to live much longer. But we had assumed that he was exaggerating, a bit characteristically. We certainly didn't expect what happened -- and I doubt that Bruce did. Bruce was born in Richfield on November 19, 1940. The family was living in Bicknell while his father, Eugene Campbell, was teaching in Loa, high up on the plateau from Richfield. Eugene was, of course, well known in Provo. He kept pursuing his education and ended up as a professor of history at BYU. He and his wife, Beth, have a whole host of friends in Provo who remember them with love and appreciation. Bruce followed his father into the teaching profession, struggling (as we all did) through the years until he earned a doctorate in family sociology. For many years he taught family sociology at California State University in downtown Los Angeles. It was a fitting position for him; he had always been very much concerned with his family, both the family he grew up in and the family he and Diane created: a daughter and two sons, plus a third son who died in infancy. At the time of his death, he was a full professor in the Charter College of Education. I'm writing this on Monday, and we're all still feeling the shock. We've spent most of the day trying to let all the family know. Krista was at a conference in Miami most of the day, but finally called us from her home in North Carolina. Dennis and Valerie with two sons were on a hiking adventure in Paria Canyon, approximately on the border of Utah and Arizona, a wild place between that border and the Colorado River below the Glen Canyon Dam. The ranger stationed there agreed to carry a message to them. But he told us that he would be unable to tell them more than that they were to call home as soon as they returned -- another of those strange governmental rules that no one understands except possibly the maker. Looking at it as objectively as possible, the loss of Bruce could hardly make a blip on the cosmic receiving set. But in the academic and professional world that he was part of, his loss will be felt for a long time. Not nearly so long nor so intensely, though, as we in the family -- especially Diane -- will feel it. We can imagine Bruce, whatever his post-mortal condition may be, looking down in a kind of bemused appreciation at the stir his death has caused among his family, his friends and his colleagues. Though this is written as a column, it can also serve as something of an obituary for Bruce. It may not be a fitting one, especially under my Matter Unorganized logo. Bruce was anything but unorganized. It will have to do, though (but see the short obituary in an earlier issue of the Herald). I hardly feel like lapsing into the platitudes we customarily use to talk about death. Its immediacy defies platitude. But I trust that Bruce will be, or is, pleased to know how much we care. ~ ~ Marden Clark is a professor emeritus of English at Brigham Young University. [Provo Daily Herald, Saturday, May 12, 2001.] ~ ~ ~ ~ Provo Daily Herald, May 19, 2001: Presumably against our better judgment, Bess and I with Sherri and Harlow drove to Glendora, California, for Bruce Campbell's funeral. It was a long, hot and wearying trip even in our nearly new Toyota Prius, the hybrid car that we bought for the sake of 40+ gas mileage, and about as near zero pollution as current technology has been able to achieve. It was an impressive funeral by any standard. Even knowing Bruce, we had expected a fairly modest crowd and Diane had therefore arranged to hold the funeral in the small chapel of the funeral parlor. I was the first speaker and sat on the front row. By the time I went up to the small cubby that served as the speaker's platform, that chapel was filled to overflowing, the crowd maybe 10 deep outside the wide, glassed front entrance. Diane had arranged only for the briefest of ceremonies: Two short talks plus two duets by a couple of older ladies. All of that pre-arranged program took about 20 minutes. Then anyone who wanted to was invited to come forward and talk as he/she felt like. Our two scheduled talks were OK. But they may have been the least moving and the least effective of the talks. The non-scheduled talks were mostly by Bruce's colleagues and students but included other close friends and family members. What emerged was a picture of Bruce as a far more effective and a far more deeply loved and appreciated teacher and colleague than we in his family could have guessed. We all knew of and had sometimes felt the sting of his sharp, sometimes barbed wit. But we got almost no sense of that sting from his colleagues and students. Yes, they had known and appreciated his wit, but nobody indicated having been the butt of his jokes. It may have taken him quite a while to develop into the effective teacher he became. But one of the profound ironies of his death is that a couple from the school's administrative staff arrived with the news that Bruce had been promoted to full professor, something that he deeply wanted and must have deeply appreciated from whatever vantage point he had. He would have smiled, maybe just a bit cynically, at the irony. His most important innovation was to create small groups of around six students to work together as "cohorts" on various projects. They would support each other, making certain that no one was left behind, and they would share in the achievements of the group. From the evidence of the funeral, the plan was an amazing success. Though the speakers came from various groups, they showed none of the ordinary competition that student life develops, not even group against group. But all shared in the accomplishments of the group. And all who spoke did so from the perspective of the group more than of the individual. We adult speakers were warm in our praise of Bruce. But the real energy and evidence of love and accomplishments came from the group speakers. I felt as though I was meeting the real Bruce Campbell for the first time. Bruce pretty much pulled away from his early commitment to the LDS religion (a process that began soon after his mission to Japan and ended with his death). He went about doing good, however. We loved him, but his death and funeral have matured and intensified our love. ~ ~ (Marden Clark is a professor emeritus of English at Brigham Young University.) [Provo Daily Herald on page D1, May 19, 2001.]

Campbell, Elmo

Campbell, Elmo
Provo, Utah US

Elmo Campbell

BYH Class of 1924. Elmo Campbell, of Provo, Utah. He was a 4th Year (senior) graduate in the BYH Class of 1924. He continued his education at BYU. Background sources: BYU/BYH Annual Catalogues for the School Years 1923-24, 1924-25, and 1925-26.

Campbell, Jennie

Campbell, Jennie

Jennie Campbell

Class of 1915. Jennie Campbell. She received a BYH Normal Certificate in 1915. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 8, page 372. ~ ~ ~ ~ Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1928. Jennie Campbell. She received a BS Degree in Elementary Education in 1928. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 8, page 372.

Campbell, Judy
472 West 10th Street
Claremont, California 91711-3831

Judy Wright

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

Campbell, Laurie
1369 Nunneley Road
Paradise, California 95969 US

Laurie Campbell
  • Work: (530) 877-0682

Class of 1979. Lauri [Laurie] Campbell. BYU BA Design 1982. ~ ~ ~ ~ OR ~ ~ ~ ~ Laurie Campbell Tynes, 2050 West Canyon View Drive Apt 245, St. George, Utah 84770 - BYUI AAS General Studies 1987.

Campbell, Leland

Campbell, Leland

Leland Campbell

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1925. Leland Campbell. He received an AB Degree in Business & Accounting in 1925. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 400.

Campbell, Maurice Lewis [Bud]

Campbell, Maurice Lewis [Bud]
Murray, Utah US

Bud and Loa Campbell

Class of 1954. Maurice "Bud" Campbell. Football, Baseball, Track, Lettermen, Chorus, Assistant Librarian, French Club, Photography Club Vice President. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: "No man ever stands so straight as when he stoops to help a boy." ~Knights of Pythagoras
Maurice Lewis "Bud" Campbell, 78, passed away on July 30, 2015 in Murray, Utah due to complications from cancer. Bud was born August 24, 1936 to Maurice James Campbell and Sarah Dorothy Christensen Campbell in Grass Valley, California. He married Karen Martin on August 8, 1962. He later married Loa Mecham Schelin on January 12, 1994. Bud Campbell graduated from Brigham Young High School in the Class of 1954. In 1960, Bud graduated with a degree in education from Brigham Young University. In 1998, he retired after 38 years as an educator in Murray School District where he coached football, basketball, and baseball. He was proud that his teams brought home numerous trophies including District and State Championships. He also influenced Utah High School athletics through his work with the Utah Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (UIAAA). In December 2015, he will be inducted into the National Athletic Director's Hall of Fame, the highest honor achieved in the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (NIAAA). Through his service on UIAAA and NIAAA committees, he also formed lifelong friendships with wonderful colleagues. Bud was also involved in civic activities, including the Boy Scouts of America (BSA), where he served as a scoutmaster for over 30 years. He loved the opportunity to work with young men to help them become great men. During his years as a scoutmaster, he assisted numerous young men, and their mothers, to achieve the rank of Eagle Scout. One of his fondest memories was a court of honor during which twelve of his scouts received their Eagle Scout awards. In 1997, 1981, and 1985, he led troops from the Great Salt Lake Council to National Scout Jamborees. In 1986, he served as commissioner for troops from the Great Salt Lake Council attending the World Jamboree in Alberta, Canada. His dedication and service to the BSA was recognized with the Silver Beaver Award. In his spare time, Bud enjoyed hunting, fishing, skiing, and traveling with family and friends. No fishing trip was complete without Ding Dongs, Twizzlers, soda pop, and a good fishing story. He spent many hours in his little red boat creating lasting memories. Bud was preceded in death by his angel wife, Loa, and by his parents. He is survived by his children Jim (Judith) Campbell, Kay (Kent) Ellett, Tom (Kim) Campbell; 18 grandchildren; and by his sister, Margaret Jones. He is also survived by his loving and faithful dogs, Mollie and Nellie. The family would like to thank the Huntsman Cancer Institute, the Cascades at Riverwalk Rehabilitation Center, and Canyon Hospice for the kind and loving care provided to our father. Services will be held on Saturday, August 8, 2015, 1 pm, at the Little Cottonwood 16th Ward, 6350 S. Rodeo Lane, Murray, Utah, where friends and family may call two hours prior to services. Interment, Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. This complete obituary is also available online at www.wasatchlawn.com [Deseret News, August 6 to August 7, 2015] Second Source & Video Photo Gallery ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS WIFE'S OBITUARY: Loa Mecham Schelin Campbell, 64, passed away on January 4, 2002 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Loa was born on October 25, 1937 to W. Lester Mecham and Esther Mecham in Ogden, Utah. She married Evan J. Schelin on April 18, 1958; later divorced. She married Maurice "Bud" Campbell on January 12, 1994 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. She was a Stake Primary President in the Holladay North Stake. She also served as a ward Primary president, and in Young Women's and Relief Society. She enjoyed the outdoors, fishing, traveling, music and theater. Her greatest joy was her grandchildren. She is survived by her husband, Maurice "Bud" Campbell; four sons and three daughters, Stefni (David) Durrant, Scott (Mary) Schelin, Steve (Yong Hee) Schelin, Stacy Schelin (Jason Sanders), Jim (Judith) Campbell, Kay (Kent) Ellett, Tom (Kim) Campbell; 16 grandchildren; and one brother, Dan Mecham. Preceded in death by her parents, W. Lester and Esther Mecham. Services were held on Wednesday, January 9, 2002 in the East Millcreek Stake Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. Interment, Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. [Deseret News, Sunday, January 6, 2002.] @2010

Campbell, Mazie

Campbell, Mazie
of Heber, Utah US

Mazie Knell

Classes of 1912 and 1915. Mazie Campbell, of Heber, Utah. Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1912. Source 1: 1912 BYU Mizpah, BYH section, photos and names on pp. 1 - 62, 105. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1912. Mazie Campbell [Knell]. She received a BYH Art & Manual Training Diploma in 1912. Source 2: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 7, page 29. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1915. Mazie Campbell [Knell]. She received a BYH Normal Diploma in 1915. Source 2: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 7, page 29. ~ ~ ~ ~ Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1917. Mazie Campbell [Knell]. He received an AB Degree in 1917. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 7, page 29.

Campbell, Milo Kay

Campbell, Milo Kay
Provo, Utah US

Kay and Marilee Campbell

Faculty & Staff. Principal of the BYU Laboratory School (Elementary) through 1968. OBITUARY: Milo Kay Campbell, 71, passed away in Provo, Utah on April 19, 2004. He was born on September 4, 1932 in Richfield, Utah to Milo Golden and Alporta Allen Campbell. He married Marilee Beard on September 12, 1959 in the St. George Temple. His family lived in Kingston, Utah and various rural areas before moving to the Roosevelt area (Ioka) where he finished high school. He served in the armed forces in Germany during the Korean War and later served as a missionary in the North German Mission. He attended Dixie College and Brigham Young University, where he graduated with Bachelors and Masters degrees. He earned a Doctorate from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan in 1972. A lifelong educator, his career began as an elementary school teacher and he later served as a principal of a rural school in Southern Utah. He was Principal of the Brigham Young University Laboratory School (Elementary). In 1968, he became a faculty member in the Education Department at BYU and then later became a professor in that same department. He specialized in Multi-Cultural and Rural Education. His professional achievements were varied and extensive and include a number of publications, awards and national honors. He was a faithful member of the LDS church, serving in many capacities; Bishop, counselor to two Bishops, Stake High Council, and with the General Church Correlation Committee; as well as many other callings. He was a devoted parent and grandparent, who was willing to make any sacrifice for his family's well-being. A fine athlete, he spent much of his life avidly playing racquetball and basketball. For the past twenty five years, his love of basketball was centered around his friends of the faculty and staff group who played together three times a week. These friends saved his life, four years ago, after he collapsed on the court but he chose to be released from this life as he was again surrounded by these friends who made a valiant effort to minister to him after another collapse. He felt that his life had been a good one. He is survived by his wife Marilee, and five children: Lauri Campbell (Jeff) Davis, Mapleton, Utah; Brian (Colleen) Campbell, North Ogden, Utah; Russell (Leslee) Campbell, Boise, Idaho; Jeff Campbell, Provo; Leslie Campbell Hills, Provo; five brothers and sisters: Cline Campbell, Ravona Campbell Pike, Sherie Campbell Seegmiller, Voin Campbell, Creg Campbell and eleven grandchildren. Memorial services were held in Provo on Saturday, April 24, 2004. [Provo Daily Herald, April 22, 2004.]

Campbell, Orson D.

Campbell, Orson D.
Provo, Utah US

Orson Campbell

Brigham Young High School, Class of 1906. Faculty. Orsen D. Campbell. He received a Normal Diploma. Source: Students Record of Class Standings B.Y. Academy, Book 2, Page 12. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYH Class of 1906. Orson D. Campbell, a Normal graduate. BYU [& BYH] Class of 1906 Listing of BYH Normal, High School, Commercial, and Music School graduates. Source: Brigham Young Academy & Normal Training School, Catalogues & Announcements, for 31st Academic Year, 1906-1907, p. 140. ~ ~ ~ ~ Faculty & Staff. Orson D. Campbell, Drafting and Woodwork teacher, 1902-1915.

Campbell, Paul L.
1202 W Hummingbird Drive
St. George, Utah 84770 US

Paul and Donna Campbell
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Class of 1956. Paul L. Campbell. "I enjoyed my association with classmates for the brief year and a half I attended BYH. After becoming eligible in my senior year, I played center on the football team. Known for slowness of foot. Following service in the Navy, I attended BYU, then the University of Utah for several years. I graduated from Pacific Coast School of Banking, University of Washington, with honors. Also graduated from National Commercial Lending School, University of Oklahoma, and Bank Marketing School, University of Colorado. My parents are deceased. My three younger brothers were all raised in Provo; all married with children. I was previously married to Marie, deceased in 1998. My wife Donna was raised in Nebraska and lived in Yakima for thirty-six years prior to our marriage. I served as President and CEO of Pioneer National Bank, Yakima, Washington for twenty years prior to retirement. Past President of the Washington Bankerís Association. Unretired for a year and a half to become President and CEO of Cowlitz Bank, a regional bank in Western Washington, in a turnaround. In St. George, Donna and I have been active students in the Institute of Continued Education at Dixie State College. Hiking and walking are a regular part of our daily regimen. @2006

Candland, Arthur Ben

Candland, Arthur Ben

Ben Candland

Class of 1933. Ben Candland. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: Arthur Charles Candland and Lydia Hasler, married October 13, 1897, in Manti, Utah. They had nine children, including the following seven: Helen Candland, born September 18, 1901 in Mt. Pleasant, Utah [BYH Class of 1920]; Harold Arthur Candland, born March 16, 1903 in Mt. Pleasant, Utah [BYH Class of 1923]; Don Charles Candland, born February 4, 1909 in Mt. Pleasant, Utah [BYH Class of 1928]; Louise Candland, born December 12, 1910 in Provo, Utah [BYH Class of 1929]; Arthur Ben Candland, born January 7, 1915 in Provo, Utah [BYH Class of 1933]; Ruth Hanna Candland born October 13, 1917 [or 1916] [BYH Class of 1935]; and Barbara Hope Candland, born October 4 [or 14], 1918 [BYH Class of 1937]. ~ ~ ~ ~ Arthur Ben Candland was born on January 7, 1915 in Provo, Utah. He died on June 21, 1991 in Arizona. , Arizona

Candland, Barbara Hope

Candland, Barbara Hope
Redwood City, California US

Barbara and James Thompson

Class of 1937. Barbara Candland. Editor, Wildcat Yearbook, 1937. Fauvines. French Club. Basketball. ~ ~ ~ ~ Barbara Hope Candland was born on October 4 [or 14], 1918 in Provo, Utah. Her parents were Arthur Charles Candland and Lydia Hasler. She married James H. Thompson. She died in January of 1988 in Redwood City, California. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents: Arthur Charles Candland and Lydia Hasler, married October 13, 1897, in Manti, Utah. They had nine children, including the following seven: Helen Candland, born September 18, 1901 in Mt. Pleasant, Utah [BYH Class of 1920]; Harold Arthur Candland, born March 16, 1903 in Mt. Pleasant, Utah [BYH Class of 1923]; Don Charles Candland, born February 4, 1909 in Mt. Pleasant, Utah [BYH Class of 1928]; Louise Candland, born December 12, 1910 in Provo, Utah [BYH Class of 1929]; Arthur Ben Candland, born January 7, 1915 in Provo, Utah [BYH Class of 1933]; Ruth Hanna Candland born October 13, 1917 [or 1916] [BYH Class of 1935]; and Barbara Hope Candland, born October 4 [or 14], 1918 [BYH Class of 1937].

Candland, Don Charles

Candland, Don Charles

Don Candland

Class of 1928. Don Candland. Graduated from Brigham Young High School on Thursday, May 24, 1928. Source: The Evening Herald, Provo, Utah, May 23, 1928. ~ ~ ~ ~ Don Charles Candland. D. C. Candland was born February 4, 1909 in Mt. Pleasant, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: Arthur Charles Candland and Lydia Hasler, married October 13, 1897, in Manti, Utah. They had nine children, including the following seven: Helen Candland, born September 18, 1901 in Mt. Pleasant, Utah [BYH Class of 1920]; Harold Arthur Candland, born March 16, 1903 in Mt. Pleasant, Utah [BYH Class of 1923]; Don Charles Candland, born February 4, 1909 in Mt. Pleasant, Utah [may be BYH Class of 1928]; Louise Candland, born December 12, 1910 in Provo, Utah [BYH Class of 1929]; Arthur Ben Candland, born January 7, 1915 in Provo, Utah [BYH Class of 1933]; Ruth Hanna Candland born October 13, 1917 [or 1916] [BYH Class of 1935]; and Barbara Hope Candland, born October 4 [or 14], 1918 [BYH Class of 1937]. ~ ~ ~ ~ Don Charles Candland died on February 14, 1946.

Candland, Eugenia

Candland, Eugenia

Eugenia Candland

Class of 1914. Eugenia Candland. She received a BYH Normal Certificate (1 year) in 1914. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 8, page 106.

Candland, Harold Arthur

Candland, Harold Arthur
Takoma Park, Maryland US

Harold and Eva Candland

Class of 1923. Harold Candland. Source: 1923 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: Arthur Charles Candland and Lydia Hasler, married October 13, 1897, in Manti, Utah. They had nine children, including the following seven: Helen Candland, born September 18, 1901 in Mt. Pleasant, Utah [BYH Class of 1920]; Harold Arthur Candland, born March 16, 1903 in Mt. Pleasant, Utah [BYH Class of 1923]; Don Charles Candland, born February 4, 1909 in Mt. Pleasant, Utah [BYH Class of 1928]; Louise Candland, born December 12, 1910 in Provo, Utah [BYH Class of 1929]; Arthur Ben Candland, born January 7, 1915 in Provo, Utah [BYH Class of 1933]; Ruth Hanna Candland born October 13, 1917 [or 1916] [BYH Class of 1935]; and Barbara Hope Candland, born October 4 [or 14], 1918 [BYH Class of 1937]. ~ ~ ~ ~ Harold Arthur Candland was born March 16, 1903 in Mt. Pleasant, Utah. His parents were Arthur Charles Candland and Lydia Hasler. He married Eva Fontella Marriott on February 22, 1932 in Alexandria, Virginia. He died on May 7, 1962 in Takoma Park, Montgomery County, Maryland. Interment, Rockville, Maryland.

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