Alphabetical Alumni
Garrett, Eleda Pearl

Garrett, Eleda Pearl
American Fork, Utah US

Eleda and Howard Matthews

Class of 1921. Eleda Garrett. She received a BYH Normal Certificate in 1921. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 372. ~ ~ ~ ~ Eleda Pearl Garrett was born on November 26, 1900 in Nephi, Utah. Her parents were Louis Garrett and Gerusha Estella Boswell Garrett. Eleda married Howard Poole Matthews on June 15, 1926 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Eleda Garrett Matthews died on June 24, 1986 in American Fork, Utah.

Garrett, Joseph Oscar

Garrett, Joseph Oscar
Provo, Utah US

Joseph and Stella Garrett

Class of 1912. Joseph Oscar Garrett. He received a BYH Normal Diploma in 1912. Source 1: Students Record of Class Standings, B.Y. Academy, Book 2, page 115. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1912. Joseph Oscar Garrett. He received a BYH Normal Diploma in 1912. Source 2: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 8, page 78. (sic) ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents were William Alfred Garrett and Priscilla Wilkins Garrett. Joseph was born on September 27, 1882 in Riverside, Utah. Joseph enjoyed a long career as a schoolteacher. Joseph Oscar Garrett married Stella Paxman Garrett. They had the following children: Mignon Garrett Pratt, Norma Garrett (Newal) Robison, Jay Oscar Garrett (Betty Lucile) of Provo, Weston (Verna) Garrett of Provo, and DeLane [BYH Class of 1939] (Beth) Garrett of Kent, Washington. Joseph Oscar Garrett died on January 10, 1956 in Provo, Utah at age 73. His interment: Provo City Cemetery. ~ ~ ~ ~ Follow this link to the obituary of his son, Jay Oscar Garrett. ~ ~ ~ ~ Death certificate.

Garrett, Michael [R. Michael]
525 South 130 West
Orem, Utah 84058-3136 US

Mike Garrett
  • Cell: 801-369-1612
  • Home: 801-224-4917

Class of 1972. Robert Michael "Mike" Garrett. Mike attended BY Elementary School from Kindergarten to 8th Grade, when the school was closed in 1968. [

Garside, A. LaMoyne
55-439 Naniloa Loop
Laie, Hawaii 96762-1126

LaMoyne and Jayne Garside
  • Work: (808) 293-9141

Faculty & Staff Early 1960s, including 1962-63 - Master Art Teacher at BYH. A. LaMoyne Garside. ~ ~ ~ ~ The first artist to address the BYU - Hawaii campus community as a McKay lecturer, A. LaMoyne Garside came to Church College of Hawaii in 1964, from Provo where he had taught at Brigham Young High School. He received his BA in 1957 from Brigham Young University, having previously graduated from Weber Junior College in 1952; he completed his MFA in 1960, also at BYU; he received a Fulbright to study in Rome in 1970; and he engaged in further study, while on a sabbatical in Japan, at Kyoto City University of Fine Arts in 1970-1971. At the time of his lecture, he was Chair of the University Fine Arts Division and Associate Director of the prestigious Institute for Polynesian Studies. Garside and his wife Jayne, herself a faculty member at BYUH, have three children: Brad, Scott, and Kawehiamehina. The great caricatures that illustrate the Class of 1963 on this website were drawn by Mr. Garside, and each individual illustrated there is easily recognizable. @2010

Gates, Harvey Harris

Gates, Harvey Harris
Los Angeles, CA US

Hal & Lucie / Irene Gates

Class of 1907~H? Harvey H. Gates. Harvey Harris (Hal) Gates was born in Laie, Oahu, Hawaii [Territory of Hawaii] on January 19, 1889. His parents were Jacob Forsberry Gates and Susan (Susa) Amelia Young Gates [BYA Faculty, Distinguished Honorary Alumnae, and Trustee]. He attended Brigham Young High School [years not yet found] in Provo, and later the LDS College in Salt Lake City. He served church missions in the Northwestern States and in Europe. He became a prominent and history-making Hollywood film writer. In 1913 he began writing for D. W. Griffith, New York film producer. He went to Hollywood in 1915 and wrote for Universal Pictures. His first major screen credit was "Judge Not; or The Woman of Mona Diggings" (1915). Over the years he wrote scripts for MGM, Paramount and Warner Brothers, including "Say It With Songs" and "Sky Riders". He wrote the scenerio for "Lives of a Bengal Lancer". A screenwriter from 1917, Gates also briefly served as a director. Gates' only known directorial credits are a brace of 1918 films including "Wine Girl" and "Marriage Lie". During the first years of the talkies, he collaborated on the scripts of such prestige productions as "Hell Divers" (1931) and "If I Had a Million" (1932). By the 1940s, he was working for producer Sam Katzman. Harvey Gates' final credits include several East Side Kids and Bela Lugosi films, as well as actress Kay Francis' Monogram productions "Divorce" (1945) and "Allotment Wives" (1946). His filmography includes 216 films. ~ ~ ~ ~ Hal Gates first married Lucie Jeanne "Bebe" Genez in New York City. She was born on June 2, 1889 (or 1890) in Hudson County, New Jersey. Her parents were Victor E. M. Genez and Jeanne M. V. Schevingt Genez. They had three children, and were divorced. Lucie died on September 24, 1971 in Los Angeles, California. ~ ~ Hal Gates second married Irene Boland in 1946. He died two years later on Wednesday, November 3, 1948 in Los Angeles, California of a heart ailment. Survivors included his former wife, his widow, and two sons and a daughter: Victor Cecil Gates, Jacob Gates, and Mrs. Beulah Susan Gates Evans, all of Hollywood. He was also survived by a brother and two sisters: Franklin Young Gates, Mrs. Leah Gates Widtsoe, and Mrs. Emma Lucy Gates Bowen, all of Salt Lake City. [Deseret News, November 4, 1948] ~ ~ ~ ~ His filmography: Racing Luck (1948) (original screenplay), Last Frontier Uprising (1947) (writer), Below the Deadline (1946) (screenplay), ... aka Jumping Joe (USA: TV title), Don't Gamble with Strangers (1946) (writer), Northwest Trail (1945) (screenplay) (uncredited), Allotment Wives (1945) (screenplay) (as Harvey H. Gates) ... aka Allotment Wives, Inc. ... aka Woman in the Case (UK), Divorce (1945) (screenplay) (as Harvey H. Gates), Mr. Muggs Rides Again (1945) (screenplay) (story), Docks of New York (1945) (writer), Clancy Street Boys (1943) (screenplay), 'Neath Brooklyn Bridge (1942) (original story and screenplay), Smart Alecks (1942) (original story and screenplay) (as Harvey H. Gates), Let's Get Tough! (1942) (original story and screenplay), The Corpse Vanishes (1942) (screenplay) ... aka The Case of the Missing Brides (UK), Black Dragons (1942) (adaptation) (screenplay), Mr. Wise Guy (1942) (screenplay), Zis Boom Bah (1941) (original story) (screenplay) ... aka College Sweethearts, Men Without Souls (1940) (original story), Meet Dr. Christian (1939) (story), Fugitive at Large (1939) (screenplay), Navy Secrets (1939) (screenplay), The Luck of Roaring Camp (1937) (writer), When's Your Birthday? (1937) (adaptation), Flying Hostess (1936) (writer), The Voice of Bugle Ann (1936) (writer), O'shaughnessy's Boy (1935) (story), Werewolf of London (1935) (uncredited)(adaptation) ... aka Unholy Hour, The Band Plays On (1934) (writer), The Mysterious Rider (1933) (screenplay) ... aka The Fighting Phantom (USA: reissue title), If I Had a Million (1932) (story) (segment "The Three Marines") (uncredited) (writer), Madame Racketeer (1932) (writer) ... aka The Sporting Widow (UK), The County Fair (1932) (writer) (as Harvey Harris Gates), Hell Divers (1931) (screenplay), The Sky Raiders (1931) (writer), What a Man (1930) (adaptation and scenario) ... aka The Gentleman Chauffeur (UK), Así es la vida (1930/I) (writer) ... aka Such Is Life (USA: review title), In the Next Room (1930) (writer), The Forward Pass (1929) (story), Hearts in Exile (1929) (writer), Say It with Songs (1929) (screenplay) (story), Glad Rag Doll (1929) (story), From Headquarters (1929) (screenplay) (story), The Desert Song (1929) (screenplay), The Redeeming Sin (1929) (adaptation), Stark Mad (1929) (adaptation and dialogue), The Terror (1928) (writer), The Midnight Taxi (1928) (adaptation) (screenplay), Rinty of the Desert (1928) (writer), Across the Atlantic (1928) (writer), Brass Knuckles (1927) (writer), A Sailor's Sweetheart (1927) (scenario), The Bush Leaguer (1927) (writer), The Black Diamond Express (1927) (writer), The Brute (1927) (writer), Heaven on Earth (1927/I) (screenplay) (story), Life of an Actress (1927) (writer), The Barrier (1926) (writer), Driftin' Thru (1926) (writer), Paint and Powder (1925) (screenplay) (story), North of Nome (1925) (story), The Bad Lands (1925) (writer), Silent Sanderson (1925) (adaptation), Beyond the Border (1925) (adaptation), The Crimson Runner (1925) (screenplay) (story), Soft Shoes (1925) (writer), The Flaming Forties (1924) (writer), A Cafe in Cairo (1924) (adaptation) (screenplay), One Glorious Night (1924) (story), The Slanderers (1924) (writer), Behind the Curtain (1924) (writer), The Fighting American (1924) (writer), The Chechahcos (1924) (titles) (uncredited), Fools' Highway (1924) (writer), The Breathless Moment (1924) (screenplay) (story), The Clean-Up (1923) (writer), The Six-Fifty (1923) (adaptation) (screenplay), Under the Border (1923) (screenplay) (story), Legally Dead (1923) (writer), Skid-Proof (1923) (scenario), True Gold (1923) (scenario) (story), Merry-Go-Round (1923) (story), Sawdust (1923) (writer), Smashing Barriers (1923) (scenario), The Drug Traffic (1923) (writer), Environment (1922) (writer), Broad Daylight (1922) (screenplay) (story) ... aka In Broad Daylight (UK), Come Clean (1922) (scenario) (story), At Large (1922) (scenario) (story), Hurricane's Gal (1922) (story), Two Men (1922) (scenario) (story), Daring Dangers (1922) (scenario) (story), Plain Grit (1922) (scenario) (story), Seeing Red (1922) (scenario), The Jaws of Steel (1922) (scenario), Never Let Go (1922) (scenario), Man Under Cover (1922) (writer), Belle of Alaska (1922) (screenplay) (story), The Golden Gallows (1922) (writer), Headin' West (1922) (scenario) (story), The Fire Eater (1921) (writer), A Daughter of the Law (1921/I) (writer), The Mysterious Pearl (1921) (scenario), Red Courage (1921) (writer), Action (1921) (writer) ... aka Let's Go, The Sting of the Lash (1921) (story), The Fighting Lover (1921) (writer), Blue Streak McCoy (1920) (writer), Life's Twist (1920) (scenario), The Fightin' Terror (1920) (scenario) (story) ... aka Hesitation (USA: alternative title), Bought and Paid For (1920) (scenario) ... aka 'Neath Purple Skies (USA: alternative title), Masked (1920) (story)... aka Ransom (USA: alternative title), The Screaming Shadow (1920) (scenario), The Luck of Geraldine Laird (1920) (writer), West Is Best (1920) (story) ... aka Harmony Ranch, A Man from Nowhere (1920) (scenario) ... aka Rider from Nowhere (USA: reissue title), Beckoning Roads (1919) (writer), Lightning Bryce (1919) (scenario), The Face in the Watch (1919) (story), The Midnight Man (1919) (scenario), A Western Wooing (1919) (story), Temporary Alimony (1919) (story), The Exquisite Thief (1919) (scenario), The Wicked Darling (1919) (writer), The Sealed Envelope (1919) (scenario), The Wildcat of Paris (1918) (screenplay) (story), After the War (1918) (scenario) ... aka The Spawn (USA: alternative title), A Broadway Scandal (1918) (story), The Marriage Lie (1918) (writer), A Rich Man's Darling (1918) (story), The Wine Girl (1918) (story), The Wife He Bought (1918) (scenario), Madame Spy (1918) (scenario), The Flames of Chance (1918) (scenario), Bull's Eye (1917) (story & scenario), The Man from Montana (1917) (scenario), Society's Driftwood (1917) (story), Sands of Sacrifice (1917) (story), The Edge of the Law (1917) (scenario), The Web (1917) (scenario), Her City Beau (1917) (scenario), The Thief Maker (1917) (scenario), The Hunted Man (1917) (scenario), The Highway of Hope (1917) (writer), The Little Moccasins (1917) (story), The Lonesome Chap (1917) (writer), Chubby Takes a Hand (1917) (scenario), The Grudge (1917) (scenario), The Amazing Adventure (1917) (scenario), Hell Morgan's Girl (1917) (story "The Wrong Side of Paradise"), The Fourth Witness (1917) (scenario), The Daring Chance (1917) (scenario) (story), A Slave of Fear (1917) (scenario), The Whelp (1917) (scenario), How to Be Happy Though Married (1917) (scenario), The Red Stain (1917) (scenario), Lost in Babylon (1916) (scenario), The Lawyer's Secret (1916) (scenario), The Mansard Mystery (1916) (scenario), Stumbling (1916) (scenario), Her Wedding Day (1916) (scenario), The Masked Woman (1916) (scenario), Love Never Dies (1916) (writer), The Gold Band (1916) (scenario), To Another Woman (1916) (screenplay) (story), High Speed (1916) (scenario), The Heritage of Valor (1916) (scenario), Triumph of Truth (1916) (writer), The Call of the Past (1916) (scenario), Along the Malibu (1916) (scenario) ... aka The Guilty One (USA: alternative title), The Finishing Touch (1916) (writer), For the Love of a Girl (1916) (scenario), Priscilla's Prisoner (1916) (screenplay) (story), Lee Blount Goes Home (1916) (scenario), The Crimson Yoke (1916) (screenplay) (story), The Committee on Credentials (1916) (scenario), Muggins (1916) (story), The Jackals of a Great City (1916) (scenario), The Three Godfathers (1916) (scenario), Virginia (1916) (scenario), The Leap (1916) (scenario), Public Approval (1916) (scenario), The League of the Future (1916) (scenario), The One Woman (1916) (scenario), The Eye of Horus (1916) (scenario), A Beast of Society (1916) (scenario), Three Fingered Jenny (1916) (scenario), Her Defiance (1916) (scenario), The Grey Sisterhood (1916) (scenario), The Little Upstart (1915) (scenario), As the Shadows Fall (1915) (scenario) (story), The Terrible Truth (1915) (story), Lord John in New York (1915) (scenario), Lord John's Journal (1915) (writer) ... aka The Journal of Lord John (USA: alternative title), The Connecting Link (1915) (scenario), The Supreme Test (1915) (scenario), Colorado (1915) (scenario) Honor Thy Husband (1915) (writer), The Measure of Leon Du Bray (1915) (story), The Long Chance (1915) (scenario), The Man from Argentina (1915) (story), The Man in the Chair (1915) (scenario), A Pure Gold Partner (1915) (scenario), The Vengeance of Guido (1915) (story), The Third Partner (1915) (story), Judge Not; or The Woman of Mona Diggings (1915) (scenario) ... aka The Woman of Mona Diggings (USA: alternative title), Every Man's Money (1915) (story), For Professional Reasons (1915) (scenario), Misjudged (1915) (scenario), The Gopher (1915) (scenario), According to Value (1915) (scenario), Homage (1915) (scenario), Her Rustic Hero (1915) (scenario), The Advisor (1915) (scenario), Eleven to One (1915) (writer), At the Banquet Table (1915) (scenario), When the World Was Silent (1914) (story), Concentration (1914) (story), His Father's House (1914) (story), I Was Meant for You (1913) (story).

~ ~ ~ ~ Salt Lake Telegram, November 5, 1948.

Gates, Mary E.

Gates, Mary E.
Provo, Utah US

Mary Gates

Faculty & Staff. Mary E. Gates, Physical Culture teacher, 1899-1900.

Gates, Ruth

Gates, Ruth
Orem, Utah US

Ruth & Keith Duffin

Class of 1943. Ruth Gates. West High School 2, Fauvines 3, Cheerleader 3, College enrollment 3. Ruth married _______ Duffin. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Love to Live, Live to Learn, Learn to Love. Ruth "Foo" Gates Duffin - like her grandmother, Susa Young Gates - was a woman ahead of her time. She combined a zestful approach to life's new opportunities - taking a ride on a motorcycle, fulfilling a mission and participating in politics - with a love for family, church and traditional values. Secure in the love of all who were blessed by her life, she passed away peacefully early Thursday, March 27, 2003. A great-granddaughter of Brigham Young, Ruth was born July 12, 1925 to Brigham Cecil and Gwenneth Gibbs Gates in Salt Lake City, Utah. Her curly hair and gregarious personality were known far and wide. As the baby of four sisters and one brother, she grew up surrounded with love and a strong foundation, which she passed to her children and grandchildren. Brighton, Utah was the backdrop of many summers spent fishing, hiking and reveling in the beauty of the mountains. If you heard a car honk, three times, at the entrance to Brighton, you knew Ruth was arriving. Live to Learn. Ruth attended West High School, and in 1943 graduated from Brigham Young High School in Provo. In keeping with her adventurous spirit, Ruth served an LDS mission to London, England from November 1946 to 1948. Upon her return, she married B. Keith Duffin September 1, 1948, in the Salt Lake Temple and embarked on her greatest venture -- her family. She was a loving wife and high-spirited mother of three. Her zest for life also included a penchant for politics which led her to chairing the Republican Party in Utah County. Learn to Love. Ruth was a true disciple of Christ, following the Master's example of actively loving all with whom she associated. From dropping dimes for children to find, to offering specially prepared treats to family and strangers alike, she gave all she had to others without judgment or expectation of recognition. This is truly her greatest legacy. Her presence will be greatly missed. We are happy to have known her, learned from her and been loved by her. We are excited to, one day, be with her again. She is preceded in death by her brother, Brigham "Buddy" Cecil Gates. She is survived by her husband B. Keith Duffin. Sisters: Gwenneth Gates Mulder, Lou Gates Ashton, Helen Gates Grant Gardner Wahmberg. Her children: Deanna Burnett, James Gates Duffin (Linda), and Lu Ann Spiers (Ken). Her grandchildren: Alisha (Bret), Melanie (Pete), Heather, Jeffrey, Mark (Kassidy), Heidi, Krissie, Jamie, and Debbie (Tarl). Her great-grandchildren: McKensie, Eric, Avery, Addison, Lexi Lu, and Ellie. Funeral services were held Monday, March 31, 2003 at the Cottonwood 11th Ward (1830 E. 6400 S.), Salt Lake City, Utah. Internment, Sunset Lawn Cemetery. [Deseret News, Saturday, March 29, 2003.]

Gates, Stephen R.
512 North 1440 West
Pleasant Grove, Utah 84062 US

Stephen Gates
  • Work: (801) 785-5172

Class of 1971. Stephen R. Gates. BYU BA Music & Teaching Certificate 1971, BYU MLIS Library Science 1989.

Gates, Susa (see Young)

Gates, Susa (see Young)
(See Susa Young)
Provo, Utah US

Susa Gates

Board of Trustees. (See Susa YOUNG.)

Gates, Susa Young

Gates, Susa Young
(See Young, Susa)

Susa Gates

Faculty & Staff. See Susa Young

Gay, Gaylene

Gay, Gaylene
Mapleton, Utah US

Gaylene and Keith Roylance

Class of 1957. Gaylene Gay. She married Keith Roylance. ~ ~ ~ ~ Gaylene Gay was born on July 21, 1937 in Provo, Utah. Her parents are Adelbert Aaron Gay and Myrl Ianez Knudsen. Gaylene died on December 20, 1998. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Gaylene Gay Roylance, 61, passed away December 20, 1998 in Mapleton, Utah. She was born July 21, 1937 in Provo, Utah to Adelbert Aaron Gay and Myrl Ianez Knudsen. She was raised and educated in Provo, Utah, graduating from Brigham Young High School in 1957. She married Keith Roylance November 23, 1957 in the Manti Temple. Gaylene loved her family. She also loved cooking for many people. Gaylene is survived by her loving husband, Keith; four children, two boys and two girls, Machelle & Alan Preston, Spanish Fork, Utah; Todd & Mandy Roylance, Spanish Fork, Utah, Janetter & Carl Stubbs, Jackson, New Jersey; Ty and Lara Roylance, Payson, Utah; and eleven grandchildren. She is also survived by one sister, Ranae Gay Edwards, Eden, Utah. Funeral services were held Wednesday December 23, 1998, in Mapleton. Interment, Springville Evergreen Cemetery, Utah. [Provo Daily Herald, December 22, 1998]

Gease, Pamela
104 St. Aurics Drive
Suwanee, Georgia 30024 US

Pamela and Jim Gates
  • Work: 770-963-7623

Class of 1957. Pamela Gease. Childrens Theater, Soph Ball Committee, Spanish Club, Pep Club, Notre Maison, Ski Club, Thespians, Wildcat Yearbook Asst Copy Editor, Chorus, Model U.N., Exchange Assembly, Office Staff, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Hop Committee, Graduation Committee. She married Jim R. Gates. @2007

Gee, Erma Garda

Gee, Erma Garda
Blanding, Utah US

Garda Adams [Lyman]

Class of 1914. Garda Gee. Graduated in 1914 from Brigham Young High School, Normal Department. Source 1: 1914 BYU Banyan, BYH section, pp. 84-89. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1914. Garda Gee [Adams] [Lyman]*. She received a BYH Normal Certificate in 1914. Source 2: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 6, page 232. ~ ~ ~ ~ Faculty & Staff. Garda Gee, Training School, 1918-1920. ~ ~ ~ ~ Erma Garda Gee was born July 8, 1894 in Provo, Utah. Her parents were Elias Amos Gee and Francis Matilda Bean. She married John Ernest Adams, Jr., in Salt Lake City on June 17, 1920. They had 12 children, and they were later divorced. She died on September 9, 1987 in Blanding, Utah. Interment, Blanding City Cemetery. ~ ~ ~ ~ ONE OF HER SONS: New temple president. Lisle G. Adams, 68, of the Monticello 2nd Ward, Monticello Utah Stake, has been called as the first president of the new Monticello Utah Temple. The temple, now nearing completion, will be dedicated July 26-27. Pres. Adams' wife, Jewell Redd Adams, will serve as temple matron. Pres. Adams has served as stake president, stake president's counselor, high councilor, bishop, bishop's counselor and teacher's quorum adviser. He and his wife served in the Canada Calgary Mission. The former owner and operator of Monticello Mercantile and a rancher and cattleman, he attended Utah State University. He was born in Provo, Utah, to John Ernest Adams, Jr. and Erma Garda Gee Adams. Sister Adams is a former stake Young Women president's counselor, ward Primary president and Relief Society president's counselor. She attended BYU. She was born in Blanding, Utah, to Lemuel B. and Irene Hatch Redd. [Deseret News, LDS Church News, Saturday, June 6, 1998.] ~ ~ ~ ~ *Do not know what "Lyman" means.

Gee, George Orville

Gee, George Orville
Lompoc, California US

George Gee

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1928. George Orville Gee. He received a BS Degree in Accounting & Business in 1928. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 266. ~ ~ ~ ~ George Orville Gee was born on May 9, 1902 in Provo, Utah. His parents were Elias Amos Gee and Francis Matilda Bean Gee. George O. Gee died on November 24, 1988 in Lompoc, Santa Barbara County, California.

Gee, Joseph K.
10608 North 5400 West
Highland, Utah 84003 US

Joe and Laurie Gee
  • Work: (801) 756-0400
  • Cell: (801) 735-2035
  • Home: (801) 756-6482

Class of 1967. Joseph Gee. Spanish Club, Ski Club, Letterman, Science Club, Band, Tennis (5th in State as a Junior, 1st in Provo City Tournament), 4th Year Seminary, Class Senator, J.P. Att. as a Junior. BYU BS Food Science & Nutrition 1973. First married Jennifer Bracken. Second married Laurie. Joseph K. Gee, DDS, Specialty: Orthodontics. 226 N 1100 E Ste G, American Fork, Utah 84003 - Telephone: (801) 756-0400. @2007 ~ ~ ~ ~ Email sent to bounced back. @2010

Gee, Scott A.
2230 Niagara Avenue
Niagara Falls, New York 14305 US

Scott Gee
  • Home: (716) 282-4575

Class of 1973. Scott A. Gee. BYU BS Psychology 1977. MSSA at Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland, OH) 1995. NYS Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Clinical Director at Employee Resources Inc in Buffalo, NY. Marriage and family counseling private practice in Amherst, NY. Married Sharon Lynne Bunker 1976. Six sons.

Gee, Terri Lyn

Terri Lyn Gee

Class of 1971. Teri Lyn Gee.

Geertsen, Lou Rita

Geertsen, Lou Rita
Brigham City, Utah US

Lou Rita and Robert Tingey

Class of 1953. Lou Rita Geertsen. Fauvines, Thespians, Notre Maison, Chorus, Childrens Theater. ~ ~ ~ ~ She was born November 2, 1935, and died on June 24, 1967. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Lou Rita Geertsen Tingey, 32, 218 East Fifth South, Brigham City, Utah, died Sunday, June 24, 1967, in Dee Memorial Hospital in Ogden after an extended illness. Mrs. Tingey was born in Ogden, November 2, 1935, the daughter of O. Norman Geertsen and Celia Geertsen. She was reared in Provo and received an education at the BYU Training School. She graduated from Brigham Young High School in the Class of 1953. Mrs. Tingey received two scholarships and graduated from BYU in 1957. She was active in drama and was also an artist. Mrs. Tingey was a member of the LDS Church. She married Robert R. Tingey on August 14, 1959, in the Salt Lake LDS Temple and they moved to Brigham City. She was a counselor and work director while a member of the LDS 11th Ward Relief Society in Brigham City. Mrs. Tingey was also a home economics teacher in Box Elder Junior High School. Survivors include her husband and three children, Robert R. Tingey, Alisa Tingey, Danial (sic) Reese Tingey and Douglas Rolland Tingey, all of Brigham City, and a brother, Robert N. Geertsen in Viet Nam. Other survivors include both parents, O. Norman and Celia Geertsen, Orem, and grandparents, Mrs. Ina Belle B. Geertsen, Ogden, and Mrs. Elizabeth B. Romney, Mexico. Funeral services were held on Wednesday, June 28, 1967 in the 11th LDS Ward Chapel in Brigham City, Utah, with Bishop J. Earl Johnston conducting. Mrs. Tingey was buried in the Brigham City Cemetery under the direction of the Harold B. Felt Funeral Home. [News clipping, newspaper not known]

Geertson, Kristine
280 East 4695 North
Provo, Utah 84604 US

Kris and James Pinegar
  • Cell: 801-404-6590

Class of 1967. Kristine Geertson [sometimes spelled Geertsen, don't know which is correct]. President French Club, Pep Club, Ski Club, Brigadier Newspaper Staff, Homecoming Attendant. BYU BA Elementary Education 1972. Married James Pinegar. Kris returned to teaching several years ago. She teaches Special Education. @2007

Gehring, Dana Kaye
2888 Marrcrest W
Provo, Utah 84604-3824

Dana and Daniel Openshaw
  • Work: (801) 812-2447

Class of 1960 ~ Honorary. Attended in 1957, she participated in BYJrH Music. Her parents: Paul Hermann Gehring and Belva Erikson Gehring. They had four children: Jay Earl (Yvonne) Gehring, Dixie Ann Gehring [BYH Class of 1954] (Charles) Edwards, both of Orem; Gloria Deane Gehring (Charles) Moake, and Dana Kaye Gehring [BYH Class of 1960- Honorary] (Daniel) Openshaw, both of Provo. @1996 Alternate address: Dana Openshaw, 1104 N. 1760 W., Provo, Utah 84604-7006 - (801) 812-2447 @2005

Gehring, Dixie Ann
463 East 500 South
Orem, Utah 84097-6471 US

Dixie [and Charles] Edwards
  • Work: (801) 225-1559

Class of 1954. Dixie Ann Gehring. Student Body Cheerleader, Assistant Librarian, Chorus Social Chair, Soph Cheerleader, Fauvines, French Club, Short Plays, Thespians. BYU 1958. Married Charles B. Edwards. Her parents: Paul Hermann Gehring and Belva Erikson Gehring. They had four children: Jay Earl (Yvonne) Gehring, Dixie Ann Gehring [BYH Class of 1954] (Charles) Edwards, both of Orem; Gloria Deane Gehring (Charles) Moake, and Dana Kaye Gehring [BYH Class of 1960- Honorary] (Daniel) Openshaw, both of Provo. @1996 @2005 @2010 ~ ~ ~ ~ HER HUSBAND' OBITUARY: Our precious husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather, Charles "Charlie" Edwards left us on the morning of February 17, 2011, after a decades long struggle with the ravages of diabetes, heart disease and kidney failure. The final months of his life were particularly trying but he bore those trials with faith and forbearance. His example of true bravery will bless his posterity forever. He is now with family and friends who preceded him in death, including an infant son, his birth mother, who passed away when he was three weeks old, many beloved family members and friends, and hosts of direct line ancestors for whom Charlie provided the saving ordinances of the gospel of Jesus Christ. We know his was a joyous welcome home. Charlie was born on August 14, 1931, in Staten Island, New York, the only child of Ben and Randi Olsen Edwards. Upon the death of his young mother, Charlie was taken into the home of his maternal grandparents, Gustav and Paulina Olsen, (Mom and Pop) where he was loved and nurtured by numerous Tantes and Oncles, (aunts and uncles) in a loving and close knit Norwegian society. His was a happy childhood. The Korean War was the impetus of Charlie's enlistment in the Unites States Air Force after his high school graduation. He fully expected to serve in Korea but was sent to Germany for four years instead. He loved the experience. From his stepbrother, Charlie heard good things about a school in the West (Brigham Young University). He journeyed to Provo, Utah, where he enrolled at BYU and graduated with a major in accounting. It was in Provo that Charlie's life changed forever. He met a young LDS girl, Dixie Ann Gehring, whom he wooed and wed. He was drawn to her faith, explaining that the Church answered many questions for which other religions had provided no satisfactory answers. He felt, as he expressed it that he had "come home." He joined The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and embraced it with his whole heart. His marriage to Dixie was sealed in the Salt Lake Temple shortly before the birth of their second child in 1957. From that day and for the rest of his life, Charles Edwards was a devoted member of his church, serving in numerous leadership positions, (including the office of bishop) and gently loving less active members into full activity. Charlie and Dixie particularly loved their nine years of service as ordinance workers in the Mount Timpanogos Temple. They described those years as a pure gift from the Lord and only left that service when Charlie suffered a second heart attack. Charlie was employed for many years at Pacific States Cast Iron Pipe Company in the sales and procurement departments. He enjoyed his many associations there but he always considered his work as simply a means to support his family. His Church and his family were his life. He was preceded in death by his parents, his grandparents, an infant son, Gregory Charles Edwards and many other family members from his birth family and from the Gehring in-law family who made Charlie their own. He is survived by his wife, his children, Douglas Bruce Edwards (Lori Elison), Lauren Edwards Waite (Brian), Jeffrey Scott Edwards, (Kathy Goedde), Lisa Edwards Carlson (Rob), and David Brooks Edwards (Sheri Ann Soong). He leaves his eighteen adored grandchildren and a nineteenth grandson who will join the family on March 1st and four great-grandchildren. Special thanks to Charlie's Hearts for Hospice caregivers, Ryan, Megan and Brittany. You made a hard time easier. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, February 22, 2011, in the Orem Sharon 3rd Ward Chapel, 430 South 700 East, Orem. Friends are welcome to visit with the family Monday evening, February 21st, from 6-8 p.m. at the Walker Sanderson Funeral Home, 646 East 800 North, Orem and Tuesday morning from 9:45-10:45 a.m. prior to the services at the church. Interment will be held at the Provo City Cemetery. Condolences may be sent to the family at: [Provo Daily Herald, Sunday, February 20, 2011]

George, DeVere Leslie

George, DeVere Leslie

DeVere and Mabel George

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1927. DeVere Leslie George. He received a BS Degree in Accounting & Business in 1927. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 152. ~ ~ ~ ~ Leslie DeVere George was born on September 29, 1901 in Kanosh, Utah. His parents were Leslie George and Lavern Lucetta Robison George. DeVere married Mabel Straw on June 8, 1927 in Salt Lake City, Utah. DeVere Leslie George died on March 5, 1986.

George, James Merrille

George, James Merrille

James George

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1912. James Merrille George. He received a B.A. Degree in 1912. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 3, page 50.

Gerber, Carol May
4093 W. Quail Ridge Dr
Boise, Idaho 83703-3851 US

Carol Allred & Bryan Flay
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  • Home: 208-629-8886

3. Brian R. Flay, 4093 W Quail Ridge Dr, Boise, ID 83703-3851 - 208-629-8886 Thank you for any help you can provide. Best wishes, Larry Christensen '66 BYA / BYH website volunteer San Diego, CA>

Gerber, Grant

Grant Gerber

Class of 1938. Grant Gerber. Track. Grant spent part of his high school years at Carbon H.S.

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