Alphabetical Alumni

Gleason, Tom A.
927 West 1100 North
Provo, Utah 84604 US

Tom and Betty Gleason
  • Home: 801-377-6193

Class of 1960. Tom A. Gleason. Football, Basketball. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU 1965. Married Betty O. @2010

Gleave, Mirreo
559 Rio Virgin Drive
St. George, Utah 84790 US

Mirreo Nelson

Class of 1969. Mirreo Gleave. She married _____ Nelson. Also w800kw@yahoo.com

Gledhill, Ellwood

Gledhill, Ellwood

Ellwood Gledhill

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1925. Ellwood Gledhill. He received a BS Degree in Accounting & Business in 1925. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 26.

Gledhill, Ida Belle

Gledhill, Ida Belle
Richfield, Utah US

Ida Christensen-Buchanan

Class of 1913. Ida Gledhill [Christensen]. She received a BYH Normal Diploma. Source 2: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 7, page 438. ~ ~ ~ ~ Ida Belle Gledhill was born on January 28, 1896 in Vermillion, Sevier County, Utah. Her parents were Thomas Gledhill and Lillie Belle Ivie Gledhill. ~ ~ ~ ~ Ida married twice: First to Randall Christensen on October 11, 1916, in Manti, Utah. Randall Christensen was born on May 12, 1893 in Moroni, Utah. Randall died on March 2, 1928 in Richfield, Utah. His interment, Richfield, Utah. His parents were Peter Christian Christensen and Mary Mallinson Christensen. ~ ~ ~ ~ Ida Belle Gledhill Christensen second married Christian Leroy Buchanan on June 1, 1936. Known as Roy Buchanan, he was born on January 3, 1891 in Glenwood, Utah. He died on November 3, 1975 in St. George, Utah. His interment, Venice, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ Ida Belle died on June 14, 1982 in Richfield, Utah. Her interment, Richfield City Cemetery, Utah.

Gledhill, Robert
Provo, Utah US

Robert Gledhill

Class of 1961 ~ Honorary. Attended BYU Training School.

Glover, Parley R.

Glover, Parley R.

Parley Glover

Brigham Young High School, Class of 1907. Parley R. Glover. He received a Normal Diploma. Source: Students Record of Class Standings B.Y. Academy, Book 2, Page 116. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYH Class of 1907. Parley R. Glover, a Normal graduate. BYU [& BYH] Class of 1907 Listing of BYH Normal, High School, Commercial, Music, Agriculture, and Arts & Trades graduates. Source: Brigham Young University & Normal Training School, Catalogue & Announcements, for 32nd Academic Year, 1907-1908, p. 136.

Goates, Edith

Goates, Edith

Edith Goates

Class of 1920. Edith Goates. She received a BYH Normal Certificate in 1920. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 320.

Godfrey, Glenn Wright

Godfrey, Glenn Wright
Preston, Idaho US

Glenn Godfrey

Class of 1941. Glenn Godfrey. Athletic Manager. Basketball. Opera. Track. Boys' Organization, Vice President. ~ ~ ~ ~ Glenn Wright Godfrey was born on December 6, 1922 in Provo, Utah. His parents: William Grover Godfrey and Ida Elizabeth Wright Godfrey. Glenn Wright Godfrey died on January 27, 1999 in southeastern Idaho.

Godfrey, Mary Ann
1120 Ladera Way
Belmont, California 94002-3643

Mary Ann Monson

Class of 1953. Cheerleader, Twirler, Chorus, Fauvines, Quill & Scroll President, Debate, Childrens Theater, Thespians, Yld Cat Newspaper Assistant Editor. Married _____ Monson. --@2001

Goff, Clifford

Goff, Clifford

Clifford Goff

B. Y. Academy High School Class of 1898. Clifford Goff. He received a High School Diploma in Spring of 1898. Source: Students Record of Class Standings B. Y. Academy, Book 1, Page 54.

Goff, Paula
2514 Snowmass Court
Grand Junction, Colorado 81503-1752 US

Paula and Gregory Trainor
  • Work: (970) 245-7613

Class of 1968. Paula Goff. BYU BA 1973. Married Gregory O. Trainor.

Golightly, Gary D.
1530 Oak Cliff Drive
Provo, Utah 84604-3722 US

Gary and Janeen Golightly
  • Work: (801) 377-3063

Class of 1968. Gary Golightly. Sports Editor of Brigadier Newspaper in 1967-68. BYU 1973. Gary Golightly, Director, Community Development Specialists (CDS) & Associates. Age: 43 [in 1994]. Born in Provo, Utah. Family: wife, Janeen R. Severson, and children Tia, Dirk, Taleese, Keely, and Aubree. Education: Brigham Young High School Class of 1968; Business and Communications major at BYU. Primary products: Economic and real estate development. Number of employees: 2. Profile: -- First ``real'' job: Worked at LDS Seminary Distribution Center (underneath BYU stadium at the time) through his high school years. -- Management style: Surround myself with the most skilled, reliable and talented people that can be found, then let them do their thing while I do mine. -- Key to success: ``When a job is once begun, never leave it until it is done. Be it labor great or small, do it well or not at all.'' -- One lesson I have learned in my work: Life in business is made up of ambiguous victories and defeats - claim them all as victories. -- What I like about my line of work: The opportunity to be innovative and visionary. To network with great people and accomplish the perceived impossible. -- My heroes: Whitey Egbert (my Little League coach). -- Leisure time and hobbies: Doing family things, most sports, golf, fishing, even yard work. -- Favorite book: Any Og Mandino book. -- Favorite movie: ``Anne of Green Gables.'' [Published in the Deseret News, Wednesday, May 4, 1994, Executive Focus series.] Alternate address: Gary D. Golightly, PO Box E, Provo, Utah 84603. Brigham Young Academy Foundation Member.

Golightly, Max Chatterton

Golightly, Max Chatterton
Provo, Utah US

Max and Beverly Golightly

BYH Faculty & Staff, Max C. Golightly, Speech & Drama Teacher, 1957-1958, 1958-1959, 1959-1960, 1960-1961. ~ ~ ~ ~ Mr. Golightly is a prizewinning playwriter, director, actor and published poet. Mr. Golightly is listed in several Who's Who Anthologies in Theatre and Civic Affairs and is presently a Professor of Theatre and Cinematic Arts at Brigham Young University. He is known nationally as a lecturer in creative writing. In 1970, he was chosen Utah poet of the year for his book, The Morning of Tarus. His recent play The Moonview won a Utah Fine Arts Award in 1974 and was produced at the Moab, Utah, Community Theatre this spring. Mr. Golightly has played many roles, the most recent being Charles in Blithe Spirit in March 1974 at the Promised Valley Playhouse in Salt Lake City. Among the numerous plays he has directed are the opera La Boheme, Kiss Me Kate, How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, The Little Foxes, Richard III, and the world premiere at B.Y.U. of the opera Pilgrim's Progress, and the musical The Order ls Love. In 1975 he was Guest Director, Playmill, West Yellowstone, Montanta. Mr. Golightly was chosen to direct the musical extravaganza Brigham for the 1976 Bicentennial celebration in Provo. From a Tribute to BYU Emeritus Professor Max C. Golightly, who retired from the BYU Department of Theatre & Film after twenty-eight years of teaching, and who passed away on April 10, 1997. ~ ~ ~ ~ Perhaps one of the best ways to introduce the versatile personality of Max C. Golightly is to read his own description from his professional resume: “Retired professor in theatre and film, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah; moderator of playwriting, actor, vocalist, M.C., show host; director of plays: contemporary, classical, and special-effects characterizations; lecturer in acting, playwriting, play directing, poetry, self encouragement.” For any who knew Max, all were amazed when meeting another acquaintance who knew Max through some entirely different aspect of his artistic expression! He was truly a marvel of energy, effervescence and effects. ~ ~ ~ ~ With a Bachelor of Arts in radio broadcasting from BYU, Max began his teaching career in 1951 at Provo High School. Two years later found him at Citrus Junior College in Glendora, California, and four years later, he returned to teach at BYU High School. During his teaching assignments, he completed his Master of Arts degree at BYU with an emphasis in playwriting and directing. He joined the faculty in Theatre at BYU in 1961-1962 where he taught for a span of 28 years. Most of us know that Max’s talents were not all funneled into theatre and education alone. Max had a voracious appetite for writing. His theatrical writings consist of some 30 plays, titles from which won local, regional and national recognition. His poetry also garnered its share of publication and awards. But writing was only a part of what made Max Golightly who he was. He appeared on countless stages, and in a number of films. He directed numerous plays, including tragedies, comedies, farces, melodramas, musicals and premieres galore, for Max was “father” to the new play program at BYU. He also helped develop the Mask Club program and create the Playwrights / Directors / Actors Workshop. ~ ~ ~ ~ But all these lists and titles are not the man we know as Max Golightly. He had the gift of giving (of himself, of his time, and of his talents) to anyone who needed them . . . after which he became the greatest fan, the greatest support, and the greatest praiser of these same talents in others. When Max stood in a group he rarely stood to be seen as himself. He was the first to stand in ovation for another person. Max Golightly isn’t a man one experiences and puts in the past. He is like the best of books that one carries at his side and gleans from often. Max, because of you, we are rewarded again and again! (Excerpted from a tribute presented at his funeral by Rory Scanlon.) ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Retired BYU professor Max Chatterton Golightly passed away April 10, 1997 at his home in Provo. He was 72. He was born May 19, 1924 in Preston, Idaho, to Joseph William and Mable Chatterton Golightly. He lived in Rexburg, Idaho during his high school years, and attended Madison High School, where he was active in dramatics and won a scholarship in vocal music. As part of the United States Special Corps, during the Second World War, he became a member of The Chapeliers, a singing, entertainment company, which toured the European Theatre of Operations in USO and Red Cross centers all over Europe. This group provided the choral members at the funeral of General Patton in Heidelberg, Germany, at the request of the widow of the General. He married Beverly Keith Golightly on September 17, 1948 in the Manti Temple. He taught speech and theatre arts from 1951-53 at Provo High School, from 1953-57 at Citrus Jr. College, in Glendora, California, and from 1957-61 at BYU High School. He joined the faculty at BYU in 1961 as a Professor of Theatre and Cinematic Arts, where he taught until his retirement in 1989. He was an accomplished and well-known writer, and received national honors and first place prizes in poetry and play writing. During 1968-69, he served as president of the national Federation of State Poetry Societies of America, shortly after winning a publication award for his first book of verse, "Ibid.", and in 1970 was chosen Utah Poet of the Year for his book, "A Morning of Taurus." In 1978 he was honored by the Louisiana State Poetry Society as "Distinguished American Poet," for his encouragement of young poets in America, and was given a key to the city by the mayor of New Orleans. He was a distinguished lecturer and reader, acted in 12 movies and in more than 30 plays, directed 54 productions, musicals and operas. In 1975 he directed the BYU bicentennial production of "Brigham!", which featured a cast of 120 and played in the BYU Marriott Center for seven nights. Since 1989, he has served on the Provo Fine Arts Council, and was honored with the Outstanding Contribution of the Cultural Arts of 1992 award. Throughout his life, he was active in and served many leadership positions in the LDS Church. During 1993 to 1995, he served an LDS Church Service Mission as Chairman of Casting for Church Films. He is survived by his wife, Beverly, four sons and one daughter: Gary D. (Janeen R. Severson) Golightly of Provo, Utah; Laurynda Gae (Michael) Lott of Las Vegas, Nevada; Kim Oliver (Anne Elizabeth Ashworth) Golightly of Bethesda, Maryland; Kyle Chatterton (Michelle Briggs) Golightly of Orem, Utah; Guy Parley Keith (Christine Call) Golightly of Denver, Colorado. He is also survived by 19 grandchildren and one great-grandchild, two brothers, William Hal (Dortha Burbank) Golightly of Salt Lake City, Utah; Jesse C. Golightly of Ogden, Utah; one sister Mary LaRue (Orville Dewaine "Duke") Robison of Kaysville, Utah. He is preceded in death by his parents, two brothers Card William and Joseph Emory Golightly and and two sisters, Virginia Dena Thatcher and Marjorie Jensen. Funeral services were held Wednesday, April 16, 1997 in Provo. Interment, Goshen City Cemetery. The family suggests contributions to the Brigham Young Academy Foundation, Academy Square Library Project/Little Theatre, P.O. Box 76, Provo, Utah 84603. [Published in the Deseret News, Monday, April 14, 1997.] ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS WIFE'S OBITUARY: Beverly Keith Golightly, 81, of Provo, passed away Saturday. She was born to William Jairus Keith, Jr. and LaVon Penrod Keith, April 17, 1927, in Elberta, Utah. Beverly attended the Franklin and Maeser Elementary Schools and graduated from Provo High School in 1945. While studying art at BYU in 1948, Beverly auditioned as a tap dancer for a varsity show, "Significant Spring," written and directed by the late Max C. Golightly. Max gave Beverly that part, and then a larger one. They married that September in the Manti Temple. They lived in Glendora, California during 1953 to 1956, where Max taught theatre at Citrus Jr. College and Beverly worked at the Broadway department store, before returning to Provo, where Max was a professor at BYU until his retirement in 1989. Beverly focused her time and energy on her family. She also worked at various times as a window decorator, commercial artist, interior decorator, and dance instructor. She was a gifted artist. In recent years she devoted herself to writing, which she termed "painting with words." She appreciated and collected all things old, worn, and weathered, especially bottles, and all kinds of books. She had an engaging sense of humor. Beverly is survived by her four sons and one daughter: Gary Golightly of Provo; Laury Golightly of Salt Lake City; Kim (Anne Ashworth) Golightly of Bethesda, MD; Kyle (Michelle Briggs) Golightly of Orem; and Guy (Christine Call) Golightly of Spanish Fork. She is also survived by 18 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren; two brothers, Wayne Keith of Lindon, and Lon Keith of Provo; three sisters, Mary Belle Boyack, Helen Beaman, and Karen Gibson, of Provo. She is preceded in death by her parents and two brothers, Jay Allan Keith and William Keith. Funeral services were Saturday, December 6, 2008 at the Edgemont 19th Ward chapel, at 4775 North 300 West, Provo. Interment, Goshen City Cemetery. [Provo Daily Herald, December 4, 2008.]

Gonder, G. W.

Gonder, G. W.

G. W. Gonder

Class of 1926. G. W. Gonder (male). Source: 1926 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section.

Gonder, Wayne

Gonder, Wayne
of Garrison, Utah

Wayne and Mollie Gonder

Class of 1927? Wayne D. Gonder, age 87, died January 27, 1997 at Delta. Born December 29, 1909, Baker, Nevada to George William and Louise Elizabeth Baker Gonder. Married Mollie Marie Conk, June 15, 1931, Fillmore. Later solemnized St George LDS Temple. Completed nine years elementary education in Garrison; two years at Brigham Young Academy in Provo. Life-long Garrison cattle rancher, switched from sheep in 1941. Served District Advisory Board for BLM over 25 years, State Brand Inspector over 40 years. One of original group responsible for organizing Mt. Wheeler Power; served as president of board for 16 years. Utah representative on National Rural Electric Association Board for six years. He was White Pine County Farm Bureau president for six years; delegate to State Conventions numerous times. Survived by wife, Delta; sons: Emerson (Daisy) Gonder, Baker, Nevada; Owen (Pat) Gonder, Garrison; daughters: Lila (Dorian) Faber, Salt Lake City; Frona Huntington, Battle Mountain, Nevada; 11 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by one sister and one brother. Funeral services were held Saturday, February 1, 1997, Garrison, Utah. Interment, Garrison Cemetery. [Deseret News, Wednesday, January 29, 1997]

Goodman, Lynda Lee
13481 Grove Drive
Alpine, Utah 84004 US

Lynda and Larry Barney
  • Work: 801-756-3255
  • Cell: 801-319-0030
  • Home: 801-798-8450

Class of 1959. Lynda Lee Goodman. Senior Class Secretary. Forensics, Interpretive Speech, USU Scholarship, Senior Medal, PTA Scholarship, Chorus, Traveling Assembly, Thespians, Senior Hop Committee, Graduation Committee. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU 1963. Married Larry G. Barney. ~ ~ ~ ~ "I was a student at BY High my senior year only, having moved there after my Father passed away. I loved the school and all of you students and teachers who were there. You were all so kind to me. After graduation, I attended BYU and graduated from Steven Henager's Business College in 1961. I married Larry G. Barney in November of 1961. We lived in Salt Lake area for 15 years, and then Alpine for 31 years. We have four children: Randy Barney (born March 1963) married to Jina Grant in 1985, Alpine, Utah; Vicki Lee Barney (born June 1965) married to Kelly Mitchell in 1986, Birdseye, Utah); Debra Barney Strong (born July 1967) divorced, Spanish Fork, Utah; and Tiffany Barney (born July 1969)married to Feleni Siufanua in August 1992, Payson, Utah). We have 16 grandchildren. I taught piano lessons for 30 years; worked as secretary in my husband's business; sold cosmetics and other products; and have done some acting which I really enjoyed. I loved being a homemaker, wife, and mother. I served in the PTA as president and other duties, and as president of Band Parents for the American Fork High School Marching Band; also served in many church auxiliaries. ~ ~ ~ ~ Winter address: 2189 W. Rivers Edge Lane, St. George, Utah 84770. Summer address: 756 River Ridge Lane, Spanish Fork, Utah @2010 Marriage Announcement

Goodman, William

Billy Goodman

Class of 1933. Bill Goodman. [Need middle name.] [TM] ~ ~ ~ ~ Billy Goodman. Played a part in the annual BYH play, "The Youngest", presented in College Hall on December 12, 1930.

Goodman, __________

__________ Goodman

Class of 1931? __________ Goodman. The first name was not given in the high school section of the 1930 BYU Banyan.

Goodrich, Albert M.

Goodrich, Albert M.

Albert Goodrich

Class of 1917. Albert M. Goodrich. He received a BYH Normal Certificate in 1917. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 66.

Goodrich, Darrell

Goodrich, Darrell
Tridell, Utah US

Darrell Goodrich

Class of 1924. Darrell Goodrich (male). Surname Source: 1924 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section. ~ ~ ~ ~ Darrell Goodrich of Tridell, Utah, received his secondary education at Brigham Young High School. He was a 4th Year (senior) student at BYH in the Class of 1924. In the following year he continued his education as a BYU Freshman. Background sources: BYU/BYH Annual Catalogues for the School Years 1923-24, 1924-25, and 1925-26.

Goodrich, Edith

Goodrich, Edith

Edith Goodrich

Class of 1914. Edith Goodrich. She received a BYH Normal Certificate (1 year) in 1914. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 8, page 119.

Goodrich, Forest

Goodrich, Forest

Forest Goodrich

Class of 1925. Forest Goodrich. Source: 1925 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section.

Goodrich, Lucy

Goodrich, Lucy
Of Vernal, Utah US

Lucy Goodrich

Class of 1912. Lucy Goodrich, of Vernal, Utah. Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1912. Source: 1912 BYU Mizpah, BYH section, photos and names on pp. 1 - 62, 105. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1912. Lucy Goodrich. She received a BYH Normal Diploma in 1912. Source 2: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 4, page 481.

Goodrich, Ruth

Goodrich, Ruth
Lehi, Utah US

Ruth and Arvil Stone

Class of 1918. Ruth Goodrich. She received a BYH Normal Certificate in 1918. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 8, page 209. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Ruth Goodrich Stone, age 96, died March 14, 1994 at her son's home in Sandy. She was born July 22, 1897 in Vernal, Utah to George Albert and Rhoda Slade Goodrich. She married Arvil Oliver Stone March 10, 1919 in Duchesne, Utah; marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. She graduated from Brigham Young Academy [actually Brigham Young High School] in 1918 with a teaching certificate. She was a homemaker and served in the LDS Church in various callings in the auxiliaries, including the Stake Relief Society board, and she taught literature for many years. She was survived by five sons and one daughter, Arvil G. Stone, Sandy; Reed L. Stone, Provo; Dal M. Stone and Donald J. Stone, both of Lake Elsinore, Calif.; Lewis Kay Stone, Lehi; Mrs. Eldon (Elva Myrle) Cox, Salt Lake City; 21 grandchildren; 52 great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Thursday March 17, 1994 in Lehi, Utah. Interment, Lehi City Cemetery. [Deseret News, Tuesday, March 15, 1994]

Goodridge, Maureen

Goodridge, Maureen

Maureen Goodridge

Class of 1918. Maurine Goodridge. She received a BYH Normal Certificate in 1918. Source: Annual Report, B.Y. University, Book 8, page 207.

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