Alphabetical Alumni
Harding, Lloynel Maurice

Harding, Lloynel Maurice
Orem, Utah US

Lloynel and Carol Harding

Class of 1941. Lloynel Harding. Basketball, Captain. Football, Captain. Opera. Boys' Organization. Track. Junior Class President, 1939-1940. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: Judge Heber Maurice Harding, former Mayor of Provo, Utah. Two wives: Marva Booth, married in 1919 in Salt Lake City, Utah. She died in 1923. He second married Montez Davies in 1928 in Logan, Utah, and she was still living at Judge Harding's death in 1994. Judge Harding's children: John Bruce Harding (Orva); Richard Lyman Harding (died as an infant); Lloynel Harding [BYH Class of 1941], of Orem, Utah; Robert Harding of Bakersfield, California; Marjorie Harding Donnelly, of Grants Pass, Oregon; Neal Harding [BYH Class of 1954], of Bakersfield, California; Liane Harding [BYH Class of 1957], of Sandy, Utah. [As of October 2, 1994] ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Lloynel Maurice Harding was born September 12, 1921 and died at his home on June 28, 2008. Lloynel led a life worthy of "The Greatest Generation" of which he is part. Born in Provo, Utah, Lloynel was the oldest child of Marva Booth and Maurice Harding. He was left motherless at 1 1/2 years old when Marva died, along with his infant sister, following complications with child birth. When not at his father's home he spent much of his youth with his grandparents on their farm in west Provo. He had many fond memories of them and playing on the stream that ran through their property, which later became the GRA park. Although his mother had passed away, he had much love from his aunts and uncles as he was growing up. Lloynel is survived by his wife Carol; daughter Suzanne Harding McMullen; son Richard and wife Lyle Harding, and sons Phillip Pecoraro (wife Tiffany, daughters Sophie and Berkly,) and Patrick Pecoraro; son Paul Harding and his partner Brett Vuksinick; grandson Cody C. McMullen; grandson Brock C. and wife Jennifer McMullen and great grandson Titan Brock McMullen; brother Neil Harding and his wife Beverly; sister Marjorie and husband Charles Donnelly; sister Liane Harding; sisters-in-law Madge (Robert Harding) and Orva (Bruce Harding); aunt Grace Smith; and many nieces, nephews, and friends. Lloynel graduated from Brigham Young High where he was a gifted athlete playing most sports but excelling at basketball and track. He graduated from BYU in 1948 with a degree in political science. Lloynel enlisted and served his country during WWII from 1941 to 1945. He served with the 779th EPD Company in China, Burma, and India and drove the Burma Road. He met and made many lifetime friends and frequently attended army reunions. Sadly, one of the last survivors of his company, with Lloynel's death we lose yet another witness of that historic time. Lloynel met Carol Cummings after returning from his military service. They were married in Salt Lake City, Utah on June 26, 1947. Lloynel and Carol established their home in Orem. His career was steelmaking at the Geneva Steel Mill. Lloynel retired as a general foreman in 1983 after working 33 years on the blast furnaces. Lloynel had an enthusiasm for life and shared it with the people he loved. He was first and foremost about his family and the family vacation was Lloynel at his best. Vacations could be anything from a road trip to Yosemite with his wife and three children in a Pontiac station wagon in 1960 to more elaborate adventures which involved hauling a 5th wheel trailer and a 17-foot Bellboy boat to Lake Powell. Carol, his three children and his two grandsons all have memories of their favorite trips with him. Lloynel also enjoyed deer hunting the South Fork of Provo Canyon, fishing Strawberry and Flaming Gorge, bowling, rock collecting, gardening and sneaking table scraps to the family dogs. Carol and Lloynel loved playing cards. They could spend the day playing cribbage or stay up late into the night playing pinochle with anyone brave enough to offer a challenge. Those that met Lloynel later in life never knew the strong and vigorous man he was most of his life, instead they knew a gentle, kind and quiet man. Those listening closely enjoyed Lloynel's great sense of humor which he didn't reveal unless he knew you well. Graveside services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, July 2, 2008, at the Provo City Cemetery. In lieu of flowers the family has requested donations to a charity of your choice. Condolences may be sent to the family at: www.walkerfamilymortuary.com [Provo Daily Herald, July 1, 2008.]

Harding, Mary A.

Harding, Mary A.

Mary Harding

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1926. Mary A. Harding. She received a BS Degree in Clothing in 1926. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 216.

Harding, Neal D.
221 South 1100 East
Orem, Utah 84097 US

Neal Harding
  • Work: (801) 226-6035

Class of 1954. Neal D. Harding. Basketball, Football, Assistant Librarian, Band, Library Club, Thespians. BYU BS Accounting 1960. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: Judge Heber Maurice Harding, former Mayor of Provo, Utah. Two wives: Marva Booth, married in 1919 in Salt Lake City, Utah. She died in 1923. He second married Montez Davies in 1928 in Logan, Utah, and she was still living at Judge Harding's death in 1994. Judge Harding's children: John Bruce Harding (Orva); Richard Lyman Harding (died as an infant); Lloynel Harding [BYH Class of 1941], of Orem, Utah; Robert Harding of Bakersfield, California; Marjorie Harding Donnelly, of Grants Pass, Oregon; Neal D. Harding [BYH Class of 1954], of Bakersfield, California; Liane Harding [BYH Class of 1957], of Sandy, Utah. [As of October 2, 1994]

Harding, Paul L.

Harding, Paul L.

Paul Harding

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1924. Paul L. Harding. He received a BS Degree in Horticulture in 1924. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 8, page 491.

Harding, R. Clark
265 Pellinor
North Salt Lake, Utah 84054-2226 US

Clark and Kay Harding
  • Work: 801-292-4710

Class of 1955. R. Clark Harding. Football, Children's Theatre -- Jack and the Beanstalk. After Clark left BYH, he went as a special student to BYU for one term to explore what his talents and abilities were. He tried barbering, liked it, and graduated from barber school in 1957. He worked as a barber until he retired in 1995. He had his own shop in North Salt Lake for many of those years. He served a mission to the Gulf States Mission (Arkansas) in 1962. He married Kay Clements from American Fork in 1965. She worked for the Church Genealogical Society for 40 years after her graduation from American Fork High School in 1959. Enjoying great health. He says he didn't like his looks in high school and thus purposely tried not to be in any pictures. Thus his photo did not appear with senior class in 1955 Wildcat yearbook, but he did graduate. Had thick glasses and sometimes wore a hearing aid -- hated it. He was finally forced to wear his hearing aid while barbering. With the help of modern technology, he now hears and sees extremely well. ~ ~ ~ ~ "I do remember and appreciate my teachers, especially Mrs. Peterson, the BY Elementary School Principal, who made an effort to get me in BY elementary school when I came back from the School for the Deaf in Ogden -- I remember hating that place. I entered BY elementary school at the fourth grade level, the same grade level as when I left Franklin School in Provo to go to the School for the Deaf. Repeating the fourth grade in this way is why I was a year older. I grew up in Provo with the rest of you. Mr. Richard L. Gunn, our art teacher, was very special and encouraged me to achieve. He taught me to climb up the ladder. I also enjoyed Anna B. Hart. She sure was a wonderful person to listen to. I think she would be proud of me and what has been accomplished in my life. She was just that kind of an individual." @2005.

Harding, Virginia Rae

Harding, Virginia Rae
Pocatello, Idaho US

Virginia Meadows

Class of 1947. Virginia Harding. She married Gordon Ursenbach on November 22, 1947, divorced. She married Ronald Meadows on September 21, 1974, and he died. She married on Dewey Hess July 7, 1979, and he also passed. She was a dance teacher, and she operated several rental properties. @2008 ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Virginia Meadows Hess, 87, returned to her Heavenly Father Sunday, February 21, 2016 at Caring Hearts in Pocatello. She was born July 3, 1928 to Jess Harding and Ahta Harding in Provo, Utah. She was raised and educated in Provo where she had many friends. She and her eleven girlfriends were known as "the Dizzy Dozen" and their special friendship continued throughout their lives. She graduated from Brigham Young University High School in the Class of 1947. After graduating, she married Gordon Ursenbach on November 22, 1947. They had two children. They were later divorced. She married Ronald Meadows on September 21, 1974 and moved to American Falls. Ron passed away May 11, 1978. She married Dewey Hess on July 7, 1979 and moved back to Pocatello. Dewey passed on April 5, 1997. Virginia loved to dance and she opened The Ursenbach Dance Studio in Provo 1962. As the family moved to Salt Lake City and then Pocatello, Idaho, she continued the dance studio, enriching the lives of her many students. She ventured into the apartment business when she married Dewey Hess and continued to oversee the apartments they owned after his death. As a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, she served in many callings. She is survived by her daughter, Sue Ann (Jerry) Hodge; and her son, Mark (Carolyn) Ursenbach both of Pocatello, Idaho; 6 Grandchildren and 17 Great-grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her parents; her sister; and two husbands. The family would like to express their sincere appreciation to the loving staff of Caring Hearts Assisted Living where Virginia spent her remaining years. Graveside services will be held on Friday, March 4, 2016 at 11 am at the Falls View Cemetery in American Falls. Condolences were made online at www.colonial-funeralhome.com [Colonial Funeral Home, February 23, 2016]

Hardy, LeGrand Haven [LeGrande]

Hardy, LeGrand Haven [LeGrande]
New York City, New York US

LeGrand and Susanna Hardy

Class of 1912. LeGrande Hardy, of Provo, 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. LeGrand Hardy. He received a High School Diploma in 1912. Source 2: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 5, page 381. ~ ~ ~ ~ Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1916. LeGrand Hardy. He received an AB Degree in 1916. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 5, page 381. ~ ~ ~ ~ LeGrande Haven Hardy was born on June 13, 1894 in Provo, Utah. His parents were Milton H. Hardy and Elizabeth Smoot. ~ ~ ~ ~ Elizabeth "Libbie" Smoot was born December 07, 1861 in Salt Lake City, Utah, and died December 13, 1932 in Utah County, Utah. She married Milton Henry Hardy on October 16, 1879. He was born September 17, 1845 in Groveland, Essex County, Massachusetts, and died August 23, 1905. Children of Elizabeth Smoot and Milton Hardy are: 1. Avera Hardy, born February 21, 1882. 2. Thethe Ina Hardy, born August 01, 1888. 3. Milton Oro Hardy, born July 27, 1890. 4. LeGrand Haven Hardy, born June 13, 1894. 5. Marion Smoot Hardy, born August 22, 1897; died August 31, 1941 in Utah County, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: LeGrand H. Hardy, M.D., by Willis S. Knighton, M.D. LeGrand H. Hardy died on April 14, 1954, at the age of fifty-nine, after a long cardiac illness. To those of us who knew him well, the felling of personal loss was made all the more poignant by the memory of his restless energy, his insatiable curiosity, and his sympathetic understanding in time of trouble. Superficially gruff and austere, he was a delight to be with in the full acceptance of friendship. Nothing was ever done in half measure, and if his companions were left a little breathless after a session of philosophy, religion, art, science, or pure fantasy, it was worth it to see his facile mind at work. His interests were universal, and it was difficult to find a topic with which he was not only conversant but unusually well-informed. His was a heritage of high moral values which he cherished and developed to the point of intellectual fearlessness. There was no room for ostentation or sham, and if he condemned these in others it was only a reflection of his own self-discipline. This included a blanket denial of innate goodness, for he knew his short-comings and just wanted to be liked in spite of them. Even at an early age a great intellectual future was predicted for him. Born in Provo City, Utah, he was graduated from Brigham Young University in 1916. It is interesting to note that his maternal grandfather [A. O. Smoot] was responsible, in large part, for the organizing and financing of this institution. Graduate study at the University of Chicago followed, then a Bachelor of Science degree from Columbia University in 1919 and a Doctor of Medicine in 1921. Postgraduate study in Germany and Switzerland completed his formal education. He continued his informal self-education for the rest of his life, with an enthusiasm that welcomed any new idea and extracted the last bit of interest from it. Like many able people, he did not confine himself to scholastic achievements but took a big part in extra-curricular activities. It was the world about him that was exciting. Always interested in the out-of-dooors and any challenge that it presented, he was a member of the small party that was the first to climb Mt. Moran of the Teton range in Wyoming. This was followed by the ascent of other mountains in Utah, and even in recent years he returned whenever possible to the hills that he loved. As a young boy he was a good cowpuncher. Later he worked in the mines and became expert in the handling of dynamite. He was always proficient in the use of tools of trade, and, among other things, he learned to cut stone, engrave metals, and bind books like a professional. Careful and painstaking in his own work, he respected and learned from any craftsman who did a good job. It was characteristic of him that he did not feel qualified to be a Boy Scout leader until he could surpass all scouts under him in attaining Merit Badges. He was among the first organizers of the Boy Scout movement in Utah. At the time of his death he was Clinical Professor of Opthalmology in the College of Physicans and Surgeons of Columbia University, Associate Attending Ophthalmologist of Presbyterian Hospital, and Director of Knapp Memorial Physiological Optics Laboratories. He was a member of the American Opthalmological Society, of the New York Academy of Medicine, the New York Opthalmological Society, the Association for Research in Opthalmology, the American Academy of Opthalmology and Otolaryngology, a Diplomate of the American Board of Opthalmology, and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. Previous hospital connections included the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, the Northern Dispensary, Mid-Town Hospital, Fifth Avenue Hospital as Director of Opthalmology, and finally, the Institute of Opthalmology and Vanderbilt Clinic of Presbyterian Hospital. During World War II he served with the Office of Scientific Research and Development of the Armed Forces. His written contributions to opthalmology were not numerous, but they were respected for their quality. His main interests lay in the field of physiological optics, and he was engaged in a study of the geometry of binocular space perception for the Office of Naval Research. His most recent contribution, just published, deals with color anomalies and their detection. A pioneer in orthopitic training, he was President jof the Orthoptic Council, which he founded in 1938, for about ten years. In 1932 he married Susanna Haigh, who survives him. We mourn the loss of an eminent ophthalmologist; we miss the man. [Transactions of the American Ophthalmological Society, 1955; Vol. 53: pages 1315.]

Hardy, Lyman L.
28320 Landau Blvd
Cathedral City, California 92234-3507 US

Lyman Hardy

Class of 1952. Lyman Hardy. Baseball, Track, Supreme Court Judge, Chorus, French Club, Ski Club, Beaux Arts Club. [Alternate contact info: Lyman Hardy, (760) 340-9046 - Palm Desert, California 92260] Lyman's brother, Lynn Hardy, is also a member of the BYH Class of 1952, but they are not twins. @2007 [Note: email sent to lhardy5@cox.net is being returned; invalid recipient. @April 2008] ~ ~ ~ ~ Lyman L. Hardy 28320 Landau Blvd, Cathedral City CA 92234-3507 @June 2017. ~ ~ ~ OTHER: 84-year-old Lyman L. Hardy lives in Carmichael, California. Other places in which Lyman has lived are Lincoln, California and Citrus Heights, California. @June 2017

Hardy, Lynn Reynolds

Hardy, Lynn Reynolds
Palm Springs, California US

Lynn Hardy

Class of 1952. Lynn R. Hardy [male]. Lynn's brother, Lyman Hardy, is also a member of the BYH Class of 1952, but they are not twins. Lynn is one year older than Lyman. ~ ~ ~ ~ Lynn Reynolds Hardy. Palm Springs, CA, Sedona, AZ, Cathedral City, CA, Sacramento, CA, Fair Oaks, CA. Possible relatives: Patricia Hardy, Marcia Hardy, Lorene Hutchins, Juanita Hardy @2009 ~ ~ ~ ~ Juanita P. Hardy, 112 Sherri Ln, Oceanside CA 92054-5327. Residents: Juanita P. Hardy, Lynn R. Hardy, M. Hutchins [2009] ~ ~ ~ ~ Social Security Death Index: Lynn Reynolds Hardy, born September 2, 1932, in Utah. Died February 7, 2008, age 76. Last Place of Residence: Palm Springs, Riverside County, California. @2008

Hardy, Milton Henry

Hardy, Milton Henry
Provo, Utah US

Milton and Libbie Hardy

One of the First BYA Faculty & Staff. Milton H. Hardy, Physiology and Biology teacher, 1876-1888, 1891-1896. In the 188687 academic year, Milton H. Hardy, assistant principal under Karl G. Maeser, became the first instructor to teach a formal course or lecture in psychology at Brigham Young Academy. Milton married Elizabeth "Libbie" Smoot on October 16, 1879 in Salt Lake City, Utah. In 1880, Milton H. Hardy was serving as President of the Utah County Stake, LDS Church. Milton Hardy appears in a photo of the first faculty to serve under Principal Benjamin Cluff in 1892. ~ ~ ~ ~ Elizabeth "Libbie" Smoot was born December 07, 1861 in Salt Lake City, Utah, and died December 13, 1932 in Utah County, Utah. She married Milton Henry Hardy on October 16, 1879. He was born September 17, 1845 in Groveland, Essex County, Massachusetts, and died August 23, 1905. Children of Elizabeth Smoot and Milton Hardy are: 1. Avera Hardy, born February 21, 1882. 2. Thethe Ina Hardy, born August 01, 1888. 3. Milton Oro Hardy, born July 27, 1890. 4. LeGrand Haven Hardy, born June 13, 1894. 5. Marion Smoot Hardy, born August 22, 1897; died August 31, 1941 in Utah County, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ Milton Henry Hardy (1844-09-26 1905-08-23) was an early academic and educator in Utah Territory and was a leader in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). Hardy was born in Groveland, Massachusetts. Hardy was one of the first faculty members of Brigham Young Academy in Provo, Utah Territory. From 1876 to 1888 and from 1891 to 1896 Hardy taught physiology and biology at the Academy. He was an assistant principal under Karl G. Maeser, and in the 18861887 school year became the first faculty member to teach a course in psychology at Brigham Young Academy. From 1876 to 1880, Hardy was the first assistant to Junius F. Wells, the inaugural superintendent of the LDS Church's Young Men's Mutual Improvement Association. In 1880, Hardy became the president of the church's Utah County Stake. Hardy married Elizabeth "Libbie" Smoot in 1879; they were the parents of five children. Hardy died in Provo, Utah. --Andrew Jenson. [LDS Biographical Encyclopedia.]

Harker, Douglas V.
Couleecreek Manor S
Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada T1K8C2 CA

Douglas and Karolyn Harker
  • Work: 403-327-2790

Class of 1957. Douglas V. Harker. Track, Baseball, Chorus. Ricks College [BYUI] Elementary Education 1961. BYU 1964. He married Karolyn. ~ ~ ~ ~ Hi to all my BY High friends. Some of my fondest memories are of the times we spent together. Sorry to have missed the reunion last summer. Would love to hear from any classmates. Hope you all had a great time at the most recent reunion. Looking forward to the next get-together. Thanks to those responsible for creating and distributing the beautiful Golden Jubilee Memories book. I've loved having it. Doug Harker @August 2008 ~ ~ ~ ~ Email sent to harker2@telus.net bounced back. @2010

Harker, John Michael

Harker, John Michael
Las Vegas, Nevada US

John and Francine Harker

Class of 1961. John Michael Harker. Dramatics. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: John Michael Harker, 59, died Thursday, October 4, 2001. He was born Sept. 11, 1942, in Magrath, Alberta. An executive in the broadcasting community, he was a 26-year resident of Las Vegas. He is survived by his wife, Francine Harker of Las Vegas; sons, Scott Adams Harker of Mesa, Arizona, and Sonny Harker of Las Vegas, Nevada; daughters Shauna Harker Tucker of Mesa and Joanie Harker Shumway of Bullhead City, Arizona; father, Earl Harker of Alberta; sisters, Barbara Harker Davies, Lorna Harker, Jill Harker Wakefield and Patricia Harker Dudley, all of Alberta, and Christine Harker Roper of Cuba City, Wisconsin; and 14 grandchildren. Services were held Tuesday at the Tropicana Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Davis Paradise Valley Funeral Home handled the arrangements. [Monday, October 08, 2001, Las Vegas Review-Journal]

Harman, Colleen [Harmon,]
2616 Central Park Way
Salt Lake City, Utah 84118-1501 US

Colleen Harmon

Class of 1946. Colleen Harmon [Harman in 1946 Wildcat yearbook; Harmon on 1946 Graduation Program.] She graduated from BYH on May 23, 1946. Source: 1946 BYH Graduation Exercises Program. She provided the music for a poem read at graduation exercises, "At the Crossroads." She then performed a piano solo, "Wedding Day at Troldhaugen" by Greg.

Harmer, Earl

Harmer, Earl

Earl Harmer

Class of 1917. Earl Harmer. He graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1917. Source 1: 1917 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, pages 82-88. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1917. Earl Harmer. He received a High School Diploma in 1917. Source 2: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 8, page 216.

Harmer, Edna

Harmer, Edna

Edna Harmer

Class of 1917. Edna Harmer. She received a BYH Normal Certificate in 1917. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 68.

Harmer, Floss

Harmer, Floss

Floss Harmer

BYH Class of 1908. Floss Harmer, a Normal graduate. BYU [& BYH] Class of 1908 Listing of BYH Normal, High School, Commercial, Music, Agriculture, and Arts & Trades graduates. Source: Brigham Young University & Normal Training School, Catalogue & Announcements, for 33rd Academic Year, 1908-1909, pp. 128-130.

Harmer, Lida (Lydia)

Harmer, Lida (Lydia)
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Lida and John Haggarty

Class of 1911. Lydia (or Lida) Harmer, of Provo, Utah. Normal [Teacher Prep]. A second Miss McLean. Fortunately she never lets her shadow fall upon her path, lest her whole future be shaded. She is engaged. Ask Pearson for particulars. [Lydia in yearbook] Source: BYHS Yearbook 1911. ~ ~ ~ ~ Source 2: Lida (Haggarty) Harmer. She received a BYH Normal Diploma in 1911. Annual Record, B.Y. University (BYU Records Office), Book 4, p. 122. ~ ~ ~ ~ Lida Harmer was born January 2, 1894 [or 1895] in Mapleton [or Springville], Utah. Her parents were Loren Hannibal Harmer and Ida Alice Williams Harmer. She married John Haggarty on November 22, 1928. She died on September 26, 1963 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Interment, Salt Lake City, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ John Haggarty was born on June 19, 1883 in Neflung, Sweden. He died on September 26, 1963 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Interment, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Harmon, Brant P.
57 Westview Drive
Orem, Utah 84058-7459 US

Brant and Lara Harmon
  • Work: (801) 224-0990
  • Cell: 801-376-8054

Class of 1967. Brant Harmon. President of the Ski Club, Football. BYU BS Zoology 1971. Married Lara. Harmon's Pontiac/Cadillac, in business in Provo, Utah [since the 1930s], continues to break sales records. Harmon's was opened in 1936 by Clarence Harmon. In 1967, C. J. ``Bud'' Harmon took over the business. Then in 1983 Mark Harmon [BY High Class of 1971] and his brother, Brant Harmon [BY High Class of 1967], took the reins. The dealership covers several city blocks. Mark Harmon served as chairman of the Utah Auto Dealer's Association in the early 1990s. It is now Harmon's Pontiac GMC Truck Olds & Cadillac, located at 470 W. 100 N., Provo, Utah 94601-2701, tel. 801-373-3036. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents, C. J. (Bud) Harmon [BYH Class of 1941], and Ruth Ann Ercanbrack Harmon. They had five children: Mr. Brant Harmon [BYH Class of 1967] (Lara); Ms. Linda Harmon [BYH Class of 1970]; Mr. Mark Harmon [BYH Class of 1971] (Robin); Mr. Hal Harmon (Janine); and Mrs. Gina Harmon Jensen (Larry). @2006

Harmon, Brent R.
472 South 650 East
Burley, Idaho 83318 US

Brent Harmon
  • Work: 208-654-2628

Class of 1969. Brent Harmon. BYU BS Finance 1986.

Harmon, Bryant A.
1404 West Center
Orem, Utah 84057 US

Bryant Harmon

Class of 1970. Bryant A. Harmon. BYU 1977.

Harmon, Clarence Jesse  [Bud]

Harmon, Clarence Jesse [Bud]
Provo, Utah US

Bud and Ruth Harmon

Class of 1941. Bud Harmon. Basketball. Boys' Organization, President. Wildcat Yearbook Business Manager. Tennis. ~ ~ ~ ~ Harmon's Pontiac/Cadillac has been in business in Utah County since it was opened in 1936 by Clarence Harmon. In 1967, C. J. ``Bud'' Harmon [BYH Class of 1941] took over the business. ~ ~ ~ ~ Clarence Jesse "Bud" Harmon was born on December 11, 1922 in Provo, Utah. His parents were Clarence Holman Harmon and Myrle Lewis Harmon. He married Ruth E. He died on February 2, 1997 in Sun City, Arizona. Interment, Provo City Cemetery.

Harmon, Joseph Roscoe

Harmon, Joseph Roscoe
Provo, Utah US

Roscoe and Louise Harmon

Faculty & Staff. Roscoe Harmon, Training School, 1917-1918. ~ ~ ~ ~Joseph Roscoe Harmon was born on September 27, 1895 in Toquerville, Utah. His parents were Levi Nehemiah Harmon and Frances Regula Naegle Harmon. He married Louise Bird on June 29, 1922.

Harmon, Levi N. Jr.

Harmon, Levi N. Jr.

Levi Harmon

Brigham Young High School, Class of 1908. Levi N. Harmon. He received a High School Diploma. Source 1: Annual Record, B.Y. University (BYU Records Office), Book 3, Page 236. ~ ~ ~ ~ Source 2: Levi N. Harmon, Jr. 1908 BYH Commencement Program.

Harmon, Linda

Linda Harmon

Class of 1970. Linda Harmon. Her parents, C. J. (Bud) Harmon [BYH Class of 1941], and Ruth Ann Ercanbrack Harmon. They had five children: Mr. Brant Harmon [BYH Class of 1967] (Lara); Ms. Linda Harmon [BYH Class of 1970]; Mr. Mark Harmon [BYH Class of 1971] (Robin); Mr. Hal Harmon (Janine); and Mrs. Gina Harmon Jensen (Larry). @2006

Harmon, Lori
8680 Brian Head Circle
Sandy, Utah 84093-1745 US

Lori and Clyde Thomas
  • Work: (801) 943-6882

Class of 1972. Lori Harmon. BYU BS Elementary Education & Teaching Certificate, 1978. She married Clyde Thomas.

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