Alphabetical Alumni

Eachus, Jeanne Elizabeth
4418 San Marino Dr
Davis, California 95618-5013 US

Jeanne (and Leo) Edson
  • Home: (530) 753-4341

Class of 1943. Jeanne Eachus. Notre Dame Academy 2, Fauvines 3, Notre Maison 3, Girl's Athletic Association 3. ~ ~ ~ ~ Jeanne Eachus married Leo Edson. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER HUSBAND'S OBITUARY: Leo B. Edson, a longtime educator, 31-year resident of Davis, California, and a World War II veteran, died peacefully at his South Davis home on June 11, 2000. He was 79. Born in Gridley, Califoria on December 18, 1920, and a member of a pioneering Yolo County family, he graduated from Gridley High School in 1938. He earned a degree from Chico State College in 1942, and later graduated from the University of Notre Dame Officers Candidate School. A decorated World War II veteran, he was a full U.S. Navy lieutenant who served on the destroyer USS Radford in the Pacific. He spent 30 years in public education, starting with the Mill Valley Unified School District in 1951, before joining the California Department of Education in 1969, where he worked as a field supervisor. He retired in 1981. A longtime resident of Davis, he was a member of St. James Catholic Church in Davis, operated a pear ranch in Lake County and was an avid fan of Notre Dame sports. Survivors include his wife of 52 years, Jeanne [Eachus] [BYH Class of 1943]; four daughters, Mary Edson Mauer, Joanne Edson, Barbara Edson and her husband Rich Narez, and Noel Edson; one son, Leo Edson and his wife Mary Kay Edson; and two grandchildren, Katie and John Mauer. All are residents of the greater Sacramento area. A rosary was recited on Thursday at St. James Catholic Church in Davis, California. A mass followed. The family suggested donations in his name to St. James Catholic Church in Davis. (The Davis Enterprise, week of June 11, 2000, Yolo County, California.)

Eagar, Lottie

Eagar, Lottie

Lottie Reynolds

Class of 1914. Lottie Eager [Reynolds]. She received a BYH Normal Certificate (1 year) in 1914. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 8, page 114.

Eager, David R.

Eager, David R.

David Eager

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1925. David R. Eager. He received a BS Degree in Education in 1925. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 8, page 113.

Earl, Bruce T.
508 W 40 ?
Lindon, Utah 84042-1703 US

Bruce Earl
  • Work: (801) 785-1947

Class of 1972. Bruce T. Earl.

Earl, Darlene

Earl, Darlene

Darlene and Charles Whitaker

Class of 1935. Darlene Earl. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her BYH graduation date confirmed in graduating class list, Salt Lake Telegram, May 7, 1935, p. 14. ~ ~ ~ ~ IS THIS? Darlene LaVon Earl was born November 30, 1916 in Cedar Hill, Oneida County, Idaho. Her parents are Joseph Henry Earl and Charlotte Adelia Reed Earl. She married Charles Adelbert Whitaker on May 21, 1937 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Darlene LaVon Earl died July 5, 1994.

Earl, James Leonard

Earl, James Leonard
Springville, Utah US

Jimmy and Mary Ann Earl

Class of 1955. James L. Earl. Football, Track, Tennis, Lettermen, Band, Childrens Theater. First married Renee Davies, who died in 1983 after 18 years of marriage. They had a daughter and a son. After two years of courting, he then married Mary Ann McFadden Richens (the daughter of Mom McFadden, famous for Mom McFadden Pies) and adopted her son, Brad. He and Mary Ann have been happily married for 22 years. His parents: Frank J. Earl and Naoma Rich Earl of Provo. They had the following children: Mauree Earl Christensen [BYH Class of 1950], Karen Earl Rowan, James L. Earl [BYH Class of 1955], Charles H. Earl (dec), daughter-in-law, Mrs. Charles (Renee T.) Earl). He attended BYU in 1955. Jimmy says he has been a "Recovered Alcoholic" for more than 22 years. He is now Secretary of his High Priests group and is a Temple Recommend holder. Because of his drinking problem, he says, his father disinherited him before he died, so everything he has put together has been with Mary Ann's help. He has been a painting contractor for 17 years and owns his own business, Earl and Sons LLC - Commercial and Residential Painting. The Earls have lived in Springville for four years. They own a small ranch on which they raise several Arabian horses and several dogs. They have a garden and raise their own vegetables. They also have nine fruit trees and Mary Ann puts up jelly. After all of these years since high school, Bob Hatch, also BYH Class of 1955, is still his closest friend -- Bob lives in Utah County and they stay in touch on a regular basis. Health has been a challege -- Jimmy has had two open-heart surgeries, and now has a pacemaker. @2005 ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: James Leonard Earl. Our loving husband, father, and grandfather, Jim Earl, was called back to his Heavenly Father on June 7, 2010. Jim was born March 6, 1937 in Provo, Utah to Charles and Dora Corbell. He was adopted by Frank and Lavieve Earl after his parents' death. He was married to Renee Davies who preceded him in death. He married Mary Ann McFadden on October 4, 1983. Jim was a devoted husband, father, and grandfather. He was an avid Utah Jazz fan who always "suited up" for each game. He had a great love for animals and enjoyed caring for his horses, dogs, and cats on his "ranch". He is survived by his wife, Mary Ann, and her children, Scott, Shawn, Brad, Cory, Brandon, and many grandchildren. He is also survived by his children, Richard, Laura, and Brad. Services will be held at 12 p.m. on Saturday, June 12, 2010, at the Kolob 5th Ward, 1230 South 500 East in Springville, Utah with a viewing 2 hours prior. Jim will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Go Jazz!! Condolences may be sent at [Provo Daily Herald, Thursday, June 10, 2010.]

Earl, LaRayne

LaRayne Earl

Class of 1973. LaRayne Earl (female).

Earl, Mauree
184 S 165 W
Orem, Utah 84058-3043

Mauree Christensen
  • Work: (801) 235-1900

Class of 1950. Mauree Earl. Cheerleader. Chorus, Ski Club. Married ________ Christensen. Her parents: Frank J. Earl and Naoma Rich Earl of Provo. They had the following children: Mauree Earl Christensen [BYH Class of 1950], Karen Earl Rowan, James L. Earl [BYH Class of 1955], Charles H. Earl (dec), daughter-in-law, Mrs. Charles (Renee T.) Earl). Property owner Mauree Christensen named by City Council as a member of the North University Avenue Design Review Committee (1990). Five plus years in Church calling as the Utah Valley Single Adult Conference co-chairwoman (1990).

Earl, Richard Corbell

Earl, Richard Corbell
Malheur, Oregon US

Dick Earl

Class of 1952. Richard Earl. Football, Track, Lettermen, Athletic Manager, Band, Thespians, Y'ld Cat Newspaper, Photography Club. Richard Earl, Class of 1952, was killed in a hunting accident in 1954. He was hunting with friends, pulled his shotgun out of the car barrel first, the trigger caught, and the shotgun discharged. He was shot in the stomach, and apparently died instantly. ~ ~ ~ ~ Richard Corbell Earl was born on May 29, 1934 in Spanish Fork, Utah. His parents were Frank J. Earl and Fern LaVieve Huish Earl [in another place parents are listed as Charles T. Corbell and Dora Coates Corbell]. Richard Corbell Earl died on December 29, 1954 in Malheur, Oregon. Interment, Provo City Cemetery, Utah.

Earl, Robert
944 South 150 East
Orem, Utah 84058 US

Robert Earl

Class of 1969. Robert Earl.

Eastmond, Bessie R.

Eastmond, Bessie R.

Bessie Eastmond

Brigham Young High School, Class of 1906. Bessie R. Eastmond. She received a Special Certificate in Domestic Art. Source: Students Record of Class Standings B.Y. Academy, Book 2, Page 176.

Eastmond, Elbert H. (F&S)

Eastmond, Elbert H. (F&S)
Provo, Utah US

Elbert and Margaret Eastmond

Faculty & Staff. Elbert H. Eastmond, Art teacher, 1902-1936 -- until his death. ~ ~ ~ ~ Elbert Hindley Eastmond was born on June 1, 1876, the year Brigham Young Academy began, in American Fork, Utah. His parents were Thomas Jefferson Eastmond and Esther Jane Hindley. He married Margaret Craig Hull on April 2, 1913 in Salt Lake City, Utah. He died on August 17, 1936 in Provo, Utah. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. ~ ~ ~ ~ They had at least two children: Thomas Hull Eastmond, born March 12, 1914 in Provo, Utah [BYH Class of 1931]; and Elbert John (Jack) Eastmond, Sr., born July 6, 1915 in San Francisco, CA [BYH Class of 1933]. ~ ~ ~ ~ MAY DAY: May Day celebrations were popular in early Utah. A large percentage of the people living here were born in foreign countries. According to the Utah Atlas, Utah's foreign-born inhabitants in 1870 made up over half of the adult population. In 1880, almost 60 percent of the people in the territory over 20 years of age and nearly 70 percent of those over 30 were born outside of the United States. Most of Utah's foreign-born people came from Scandinavia and England where May Day festivities were popular. Consequently, in Utah, the tradition of erecting a Maypole and braiding it with ribbon remained strong for many years. In Utah Valley, braiding the Maypole probably reached the pinnacle of its popularity in the 1920s. May Day festivities were so prevalent during that era that in 1921, BYH/BYU professor Elbert H. Eastmond wrote a May Day pageant called "A Tribute of Gladness." A full-page article in the Deseret News provided a list of characters, script, and detailed instructions on the music, costumes and sets for this May Day extravaganza. Eastmond's pageant portrayed the arrival of spring with dancing flowers and waving trees. Then the May Day procession arrived with the Jacks of the Green carrying the Maypole, which they soon set up. At this point, the Lord of May escorted the Lady of May to a throne where she was crowned Queen of the May, and the newly crowned monarch watched dancers plait the Maypole. After the dance came to a conclusion, children carrying flower crowns appeared. They placed these crowns upon the heads of the grandmothers and grandfathers in the audience and escorted the old people to seats of honor in specially decorated chairs. To conclude the pageant, the audience joined the cast in singing "Count Your Many Blessings," and a guest offered the benediction. May dances performed on schoolyards were not usually as elaborate as this pageant, although in the 1920s, Provo's elementary schools united to stage several fairly credible productions. On the morning of May 23, 1921, the same year that professor Eastmond wrote his pageant, students from Provo's five elementary schools converged upon downtown Provo and staged an intricate May dance. (Notice that these dances were not always performed on May 1.) For the occasion, each school selected a Queen of May and two attendants. The queens in 1921 were Marie Olson, Parker School; Mamie Bell, Central; Norma Sutton, Maeser; Vilet Cox, Timpanogos; and Daisy Fail, Franklin. These queens received flower crowns on the day of the performance and witnessed the dances from a seat of honor.

Eastmond, Elbert J. Sr. [Jack] (1933)

Eastmond, Elbert J. Sr. [Jack] (1933)

Jack Eastmond

Class of 1933. Elbert J. "Jack" Eastmond, Editor of the 1932-1933 Wildcat yearbook. He played a forward on the 1930-1931 basketball season, and probably more. ~ ~ ~ ~ Elbert John Eastmond was born July 6, 1915 in San Francisco, California. He died on April 5, 1990. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents were Elbert Hindley Eastmond and Margaret Craig Hull Eastmond, married April 2, 1913 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They had at least two children: Thomas Hull Eastmond, born March 12, 1914 in Provo, Utah [BYH Class of 1932]; and Elbert John (Jack) Eastmond, Sr., born July 6, 1915 in San Francisco, CA [BYH Class of 1933].

Eastmond, Elbert J., Jr. (1956)
1247 North 150 West
American Fork, Utah 84003-2704 US

Bert and Bonnie Eastmond
  • Home: (801) 763-8202

Class of 1956. Bert Eastmond. Football, Track, Wrestling, Camera Club, Rocks & Minerals Club, Soph Ball Committee, Junior Prom Committee. BYU Masters in Art 1963. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ September 1980 Conference presentation: "A Management Information System Involving Personnel and Resources" (H. Bruce Higley and Elbert J. Eastmond, Jr.) examines the collection and use of faculty load information at Brigham Young University over the last 18 years. Forms, charts, and tables are included. ~ ~ ~ ~ Recipient of BYH President's Appreciation Award in April 1985. ~ ~ ~ ~ Though I was born in Provo, I was raised in Berkeley and El Cerrito, California. My parents, E. John (Jack) and Helen Swenson Eastmond, were living in Berkeley where my father was working for his PhD in Physics. I was born in May 1938 while they were visiting my mother's parents in Provo. Before school began again in the fall, my father came back and picked us both up and drove us to our home in Berkeley in our Model “T” Ford we named "Skippy". My earliest memories include the many picnic lunches with Dad on the Berkeley campus, and riding the ferry across the Bay to San Francisco and the Golden Gate Park to visit the zoo, the seals at the beach, and riding over the new Golden Gate Bridge. Christmas of 1950 found our family moving to Provo, where my father had accepted a professorship at BYU. I still vividly remember sledding from our BYU owned house, where the Marriott Center now stands, down the hill with two feet of fresh snow into the field where the Helaman Halls now stand. Less than two weeks later, I started attending BY High in the middle of my seventh grade. My experiences with friends and teachers during the next six years are among my cherished memories. During my senior year at BY High, I learned why I had never enjoyed playing tennis, golf, baseball, or even ping pong: I had an eye condition known as Retinitis Pigmentosa. Besides not being able to see well at night, I was developing tunnel vision. I had aspired to become an architect, and had worked for a local architect all three years in high school. In fact, I had witnessed the drawing up of the new Provo High School as well as the David O. McKay, Joseph F. Smith, and Ernest L. Wilkinson buildings on the BYU campus. I took the news pretty hard, especially the fact that I could soon be totally blind. After taking two years of classes at BYU, my bishop told me that the Lord wanted me to serve an LDS mission. After much prayer, I accepted a call to the British Mission, and witnessed many wonderful events take place immediately after the dedication of the London Temple including the great expansion of the church during the next two years from a single mission to four. Upon returning home and receiving a blessing telling me to be patient, that my future vocation was soon to be known, I decided to continue taking classes in Mathematics and Accounting, and for the first time, in Interior Design, so I could continue working for my former employer as a consultant, however brief it might be. I soon discovered that I had an artistic talent, and later, as promised, during accounting classes, was exposed to a brand new field, programming computers. Since no degrees were yet offered in computers, I obtained a BA in 1963 and an MS in 1965, both at BYU in Art and Design, and I have never regretted it. The day after graduation, I began full time work at BYU programming for the Payroll Department. Six months later, I accepted an offer at BYU to program for Institutional Research and Planning, an office responsible for accessing data from all other university systems on campus for analysis and reports. During the next thirty years, I witnessed both the marvelous growth at BYU, and the fantastic and rapid development of computer technology. Now that I am retired and blind, I still enjoy my own personal computer with its speech output, and more memory than those large computers BYU once had. When I started working for BYU, I met my wife, Bonnie, who was the control clerk in the Data Processing Center on campus. We were married in September 1966, and lived in Orem, Utah, where we raised our five children: Mark, Scott, Steven, Loriann, and Brian. With the exception of Brian, they have all married and we now have fourteen grandchildren. After retiring in 1994, we moved to American Fork and have lived there since. In 2001, Bonnie and I served in the Oregon Eugene Mission. (We were in the MTC during 9-11.) Last July (2005), we had a glorious time on a Church history tour in New York and Ohio, learning many new things about the church. Since then, I have been very busy on the internet, researching and doing temple work for our kindred dead. @2011

Eastmond, Frank Hindley

Eastmond, Frank Hindley
American Fork, Utah US

Frank & Clarrisa Eastmond

Class of 1911. Frank Eastmond. He received a BYH Arts & Manual Training Diploma in 1911. Annual Record, B.Y. University (BYU Records Office), Book 4, p. 80. ~ ~ ~ ~ Frank Hindley Eastmond was born on July 7, 1892 in American Fork, Utah. His parents were Thomas Jefferson Eastmond and Esther Jane Hindley Eastmond. Frank married Clarrisa Jean Taylor on June 12, 1912 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Frank H. Eastmond died on November 14, 1961 in Death Valley National Park, Inyo County, California. His interment, American Fork, Utah.

Eastmond, Jill
1456 South 760 East
Orem, Utah 84097-7728 US

Jill and Bruce Higley
  • Home: (801) 225-6446

Class of 1962. Jill Eastmond. Chorus, Seminary Graduate, Poetry Festival, Hi-Steppers, F.H.A., Model U.N., Honor Society, HomeRm Rep, P.E. Service Award, Language Arts Achievement, Mathematics Achievement, Soph & Senior Class Scholarhship, BYU 6 Yr. Scholarship. BYU BS Nursing 1966. Married H. Bruce Higley. ~ ~ ~ ~ September 1980 conference presentation: "A Management Information System Involving Personnel and Resources" (H. Bruce Higley and Elbert J. Eastmond, Jr.) examines the collection and use of faculty load information at Brigham Young University over the last 18 years. Forms, charts, and tables are included. ~ ~ @2010

Eastmond, Michael L.
960 Pheasant Creek Drive
Logan, Utah 84321-5447 US

Mike Eastmond
  • Work: 435-753-4286

Class of 1969. Michael Eastmond. BYU BS Chemistry 1977.

Eastmond, Robert James

Eastmond, Robert James
6021 Cocktail Drive
Las Vegas, Nevada 89130

Robert and Carolann Eastmond
  • Work: (702) 648-1842

Class of 1959. Robert J. Eastmond. Football, Basketball, Track, Tennis, Lettermen, Science Club, Forensics, Interpretive Speech, I Speak For Democracy Contest, Model U.N., Boys' State, Boys' State Oratorical Contest First Place, U.N. Pilgrimage for Youth Second Place, Junior Prom Committee, Elks Leadership Scholarship, 3-year Instrumental Music Award, Vocal Music Service Award, BYU Scholarship, Senior Seminary Service Award, Prescott Instrumental Music Award, Senior Medal. BYU BS Botany & Range Science 1967. BYU MS Botany & Range Science 1968. Married Carolann Lambert, BYH Class of 1960. Children of Robert and Carolann Eastmond: Robert (Amy) Eastmond; Brett (Nicole) Eastmond; Gregory (Angela) Eastmond; Crisandra Eastmond; Benjamin (Kelli) Eastmond; and Randall Eastmond.

Eastmond, Thomas Hull

Eastmond, Thomas Hull

Tom Eastmond

Class of 1932. Thomas Eastmond. Graduated from Brigham Young High School on Thursday, June 2, 1932. He gave the invocation during the ceremony. Source: The Evening Herald, Provo, Utah, Wednesday, June 1, 1932. ~ ~ ~ ~ Tom Eastmond served as Athletic Manager during the 1930-31 school year. He played a forward on the basketball team during the 1930-31 season. ~ ~ ~ ~ Thomas Hull Eastmond's parents were Elbert Hindley Eastmond and Margaret Craig Hull Eastmond, married April 2, 1913 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They had at least two children: Thomas Hull Eastmond, born March 12, 1914 in Provo, Utah [BYH Class of 1932]; and Elbert John (Jack) Eastmond, Sr., born July 6, 1915 in San Francisco, CA [BYH Class of 1933]. ~ ~ ~ ~ Thomas Hull Eastmond married _______ Powelson, daughter of Ellis Bertrand Powelson and Ruth Robey Alexander. He died on December 13, 1967 at age 53 in Burbank, California. Interment, Forest Lawn Cemetery, Los Angeles, California.

Eckles, Frank W.
275 Palm Ave
Jupiter, Florida 33477-5992

Frank Eckles
  • Work: (561) 743-9881

Class of 1950. Football, Baseball, Lettermen, Ski Club President, French Club. Former address: Woodland Hills Chiropractic Office, 6016 Fallbrook Ave., Woodland Hills, California 91364 --@2001

Eckles, Sharon K.

Eckles, Sharon K.
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Sharon and Bruce Bradley

Class of 1963. Sharon K. Eckles. Girls Glee Club, Chorus, Seminary 4 years, Pep Club, Ski Club. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Sharon K. Eckles Bradley, Died October 11, 2018. Sharon K. Eckles Bradley was born in Provo, Utah. She attended Brigham Young High School, graduating in the Class of 1963. She then attended Brigham Young University. She was always very industrious, starting at a young age working at many different jobs to support her mother, including several management roles. She married her sweetheart, Bruce Dyer Bradley, and together they had three children. During their 46 years of marriage, they welcomed eight grandchildren, all of whom she adored. She taught them, nurtured them, and made every effort to cheer them on at their many performances and games—-rain or shine. Her love for children didn’t end there. She worked for several decades at Dilworth Elementary School as a computer lab teacher and testing administrator, where her kind and gentle teaching manner touched the lives of thousands of students. She lived and breathed service, whether in her volunteer capacities for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, or during the countless hours she spent crocheting many hundreds of hats and blankets for local hospitals and charities. Sharon had a great love for the holidays that she instilled in her entire family. This was often expressed through annual traditions that included pumpkin-carving parties, Easter egg hunts, and a year-long preparation for Christmas that ensured each child and grandchild received not one gift, but many, with every present reflecting Sharon’s thoughtful attention to each individual’s specific personality and interests. In the rare moments she wasn’t serving others, Sharon enjoyed driving her jeep with the top off and music blaring, watching British mysteries with her husband, and stopping to notice every beautiful moment of nature’s grace that she came across—hummingbirds were one of her favorites. She passed away October 11, 2018 after a brief but intense battle with cancer. In accordance with her long-standing instructions, a private graveside service is being held. Source.

Eckley, Joy
1030 E. Libra
Tempe, Arizona 85283-3057 US

Joy Kauffman

Class of 1948. Joy Eckley. Her photograph appears in the Senior Class section of the 1948 Wildcat yearbook. Joy married _____ Kauffman.

Edgley, Ferris Leo

Edgley, Ferris Leo
Pocatello, Idaho US

Ferris and Geraldine Edgley

Faculty & Staff. Ferris Edgley, Music teacher, 1936-1937. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Pocatello - Farris Leo Edgley returned home to his Father in Heaven on May 5, 2008. He was 94 years old. He was born on May 17, 1913, in Pocatello, Idaho, to Leo H. Edgley and Ethel Harrison Edgley. He attended Whittier and Washington elementary schools, Franklin Junior High and Pocatello High School. Throughout his years in high school and college he was active in music and drama. After graduation from High School in 1931, he attended the University of Idaho Southern Branch (now Idaho State University) and graduated with a certificate in education. He later attended Brigham Young University and received his B.A. degree in music education. He taught music first at Grace, Idaho Elementary School, then Brigham Young High School in Provo, Utah, and Carbon High School and Carbon College in Price, Utah. In 1942-45, during World War II, he was drafted into the Army. He served his country in England and North Africa as a chaplain's assistant and helped the Army with religious and music services for the troops. After his discharge, he attended Columbia University in New York City and earned his masters' degree in music education. He then went back to teaching music in Pocatello at Franklin Junior High and Pocatello High School. He eventually retired in 1978, as the music administrator for Pocatello School District No. 25. Farris had an outstanding tenor voice and was an accomplished pianist and organist. In his spare time, he organized and conducted many choirs in schools, churches, and the community including The Ambassadors male chorus, the LaDonna Singers and The Camerata Singers. Throughout his life, as a member of the LDS Church he served as choir director, organist, pianist, and as a member of the Alameda Stake High Council. He organized and conducted many music programs for the church including the annual Highland Stake "Messiah" Sing-In for more than 15 years. After retirement, he volunteered in many local schools to teach music and direct musical productions. He also volunteered his musical talents to local retirement homes. Farris married Geraldine Petersen on June 15, 1963, in the Idaho Falls LDS Temple. They resided in Pocatello, where they raised their two children, Eric and Carol. In their later years, Farris and Gerry traveled extensively to England, Scotland, Hawaii, Alaska, the Caribbean, and throughout most of the U.S. Farris also thoroughly enjoyed gardening, oil painting, and most of all, listening to good music and sharing his talents with everyone. During his teaching career he received numerous awards for his talents and service including the Idaho Music Educator of the Year (1971) Award, State of Idaho Certificate of Recognition, State of Idaho Retired Teachers Hall of Fame, Idaho High School Activities Association Award for Distinguished Service, the National Community Service Award from the AARP, and the Community Service through Musical Excellence Award from the Pocatello Music Club. In 2005, Farris and Gerry moved to Salt Lake City to be near their children and grandchildren. Farris will be remembered most for his love for his family and for his exceptional musical talents that he shared freely with them, his church, and the community. Farris is survived by his wife, Gerry; daughter, Carol (Jeffery) Mecham of Kearns, Utah; and son, Eric (Michele) of Kaysville, Utah; and six grandchildren, Ben and Ethan Mecham, Brooke, Cole, Brennan, and Jessica Edgley. Also surviving is his brother, Howard (Shirley) Pocatello, Idaho. He was preceded in death by his parents, two sisters, Winifred Phillips and Ellen Roberts, and one brother, Phenoi. Funeral services were conducted on Saturday, May 10, 2008, at the South Fairway LDS Chapel, located at 2000 S. Fairway Drive, Pocatello, Idaho. Interment, Mountain View Cemetery. [Cornelison-Henderson Funeral Homes, Pocatello, Idaho.]

Edler, Jennie May

Edler, Jennie May
Provo, Utah US

Jennie Graham

BYH Class of 1925. Jennie May Edler, of Provo, Utah. She graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1925. Source: Class Roll in the program of Closing Exercises of the Senior High School Class, Brigham Young University, 1925. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1927. Jennie May Edler [Graham]. She received a Normal (teaching) Diploma in 1927. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 478. ~ ~ ~ ~ Jennie May Edler of Provo is listed as a 3rd Year (junior) student at BYH in 1924. Background sources: BYU/BYH Annual Catalogues for the School Years 1923-24, 1924-25, and 1925-26.

Edmunds, Ann (1971)
Orella No. 456
Iquique, Chile CL

Ann Concha

Class of 1971. Ann Edmunds. ASBYU-Hawaii Travel Management 1997. Married _____ Concha. [Iquique, Chili, is spelled correctly.]

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