Alphabetical Alumni
Harrison, Eva Charity

Harrison, Eva Charity
Mesa, Arizona US

Eva and Henry Luke

Class of 1910. Eva Harrison. Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1910, in the Music Department. Source 1: 1910 BYU Banyan, BYH section, list on p. 83. ~ ~ ~ ~ Source 2: Annual Record, B. Y. University (BYU Records Office), Book 4, page 127. ~ ~ ~ ~ Eva Charity Harrison was born July ll, 1889 in Logan, Utah. Her parents were Edwin Daniel Harrison and Ellen Simmons Harrison. She married Henry Forrest Luke on February 12, 1920 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Eva Harrison Luke died on January 16, 1972 in Mesa, Arizona. Interment, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Harrison, Evelyn [Dorothy Evelyn]
16227 North 62nd Lane
Glendale, Arizona 85306 US

Evie Harrison
  • Cell: 602-469-0759
  • Home: 602-978-1282

Class of 1967. Evelyn Harrison. German Club, Pep Club, F.H.A., Band, Girls Extra-mural Sports. BYU 1971, BYU Hawaii 1985, Arizona State University BS Elementary Physical Education Department. ~ ~ ~ ~ NEWS ARTICLE: July 3, 2001, Provo Daily Herald. Dorothy Evelyn (Evie) Harrison is in town this week. But if you want to see her you'll either have to get up very early today or look for her high in the skies over Provo.

Evie, a 1967 BY High graduate, attended BYU for a time then moved on to Arizona State University where she earned a degree from the Elementary Physical Education Department.

But even then Evie had her head in the clouds. In 1977 she joined a hot air balloon ground crew. Those are the grunts who unpack and pack, inflate and deflate, transport and chase the giant, colorful bags of heated air. It's hot, hard, seemingly thankless work.

But, for the daughter of Dr. Jack Harrison, of Provo, it was love at first flight; and Evie couldn't rest until she earned her basic pilot license, bought her own balloon, sought additional training and eventually became a commercial pilot.

She quickly rose to the top of her chosen profession, becoming president of a national organization of balloonists. In 1986 she was invited to fly in the Paris, France Hot Air Meet. Several years later she drifted over Kenya, Africa, photographing some of the world's most exotic wildlife.

After teaching for many years, Evie has retired and spends much of her time hop scotching around the country to attend events such as today's Freedom Festival Balloon Fest, where she will be one of 30 pilots launching their magnificent balloons at Freedom Field, 1100 N. Freedom Blvd., in Provo.

But, if you want to meet Evie, you'll need to get up really early. The balloons start launching at 6:30 a.m. [Provo Daily Herald, Tuesday, July 3, 2001.]

Harrison, J. William

Harrison, J. William

William Harrison

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1923. J. William Harrison. He received a BS Degree in Biology in 1923. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 236. ~ ~ ~ ~ Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1927. J. William Harrison. He received an M.A. Degree in Biology in 1927. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 236.

Harrison, John

John Harrison

Class of 1974. John Harrison. Members of this class were in the BY elementary school's sixth grade in 1968. Had the school remained open, many would have graduated together in 1974.

Harrison, LaVeta

Harrison, LaVeta

LaVeta Harrison

Class of 1918. LaVeta Harrison. She received a BYH Normal Certificate in 1918. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 114.

Harrison, Lois
4509 Kensington Ave
Bakersfield, California 93309-1749 US

Lois Hebertson

Class of 1948. Lois Harrison. Provo High 1. BYH 2, 3. Notre Maison 1. Notre Maison Secretary 3. Fauvines 2, 3. "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" play 3. ~ ~ ~ ~ Lois married _______ Hebertson.

Harrison, Nayda
1717 Cochran
Las Vegas, Nevada 89104

Nayda Birrell

Class of 1950. Senior Class Social Chair. Fauvines President, Type Team, Shorthand Team, Junior Class Social Chair, Notre Maison. Married _____ Birrell. Mother: Lottie M. Harrison.

Harrison, Victor Chris

Chris Harrison

Class of 1975. Victor "Chris" Harrison. [Male] [Need more information.]

Harrison, Viola

Harrison, Viola
Provo, Utah

Viola and George Adams

Class of 1920? Viola Harrison Adams, age 89, died January 4, 1990, after a brief illness. She was born December 19, 1900, in Richmond, Utah to William Jesse and Chloe Eugene Rainey Harrison, the second of 11 children. Her family moved to Logan, Utah in 1903. She graduated from Brigham Young High School. In 1923, she married George Thomas Adams, an outstanding athlete at the Utah State Agricultural College. They moved to Provo in 1925. The marriage was solemnized November 18, 1953, in the Salt Lake Temple. In a 40-year career, she became manager of Stevens Dress Shop and later Lerner's Store. She served 29 years with the Utah Valley Hospital Pink Ladies. She was a member of the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers, and the Women's Council of Provo. In March 1984, she was selected as Clubwoman of the Year of Provo. Member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and was active in the church auxiliaries as an officer, teacher, visiting teacher and temple worker. Survivors: One son, two daughters, and spouses, George Thomas and Wilma Jones Adams, Orem; William Lester and Carma Adams Mangum, Salt Lake City; Robert Franklin and Carol Adams Mensel, Kensington, Maryland; 11 grandsons, two granddaughters; 32 great- grandchildren; one brother, Max Rainey Harrison, Clearfield; two sisters, Zenda Harrison Dalrymple Alder, Seattle, Washington; Mrs. Eugene (Jean Harrison) Banner, Modesto, Calif. Funeral services were held Tuesday January 9, 1990 in Provo, Utah. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. [Deseret News, Sunday, January 7, 1990.]

Harston, Markley H.
305 East James Street
Eureka, Illinois 61530-1530 US

Mark and Valerie Harston
  • Work: (309) 830-0729

Class of 1967. Markley "Mark" Harston. I married Valerie Hanson, and after 14 years and 6 children we were divorced. I've been single since 1985. @2007

Harston, Merrily
2217 Timpview Dr
Provo, Utah 84604-1710 US

Merrily and Gregory Stringham
  • Home: (801) 377-1883

Class of 1965. Merrily Harston. Pep Club, Hi-Steppers, F.H.A., Chorus, Band. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU Continuing Education 1991. She served an LDS mission to the Central California Mission from 1968 to 1970. Merrily married Gregory M. Stringham and they resided in Lowville New York. They have 3 children: Two daughters and one son. Merrily served as a seminary teacher in the Lowville Branch. They are now residing in Provo, Utah. Household: Merrily H. Stringham, Gregory M. Stringham, Mark W. Stringham, Ruth R. Stringham. ~ ~ ~ ~ Email sent to bounced back. @2010

Hart, Anna Elizabeth Boss

Hart, Anna Elizabeth Boss
Provo, Utah US

Anna B. and John W. Hart

Faculty & Staff. Anna B. Hart, English & Reading teacher, 1939 to 1968. Widow of Idaho State Senator John W. Hart of Rigby. Widowed in 1936, five months before her first and only child was born, she was a single mother, teaching to provide a living for her son, her mother, and herself. She was hired at BYU in 1939 by President Harris and she retired in 1973, after BYH closed in 1968. Many changes (experiments) took place during her tenure, spearheaded by several of her principles. She was loyal to her principles and gave her all to inspire and teach young students and then guide hundreds of college-level training teachers through their individual teaching experiences. Her biography, along with hundreds of valuable papers, documents, teaching aids and memorabilia, exist in the special collections section of the BYU Library. She served and supported the secondary education arm of the university for over 34 years. Her last scholastic contribution to the school and the public was to co-author with Ernest Wilkinson a history of Brigham Young Secondary and Elementary Schools. --John A. Hart, BYH '54, BYU 61, Salt Lake City, Utah --BYU ARCHIVES: Hart, Anna Boss. Oral history interview, Aug. 15, 1977. 1 volume. Call Number: UA OH 28 Abstract: Interview by C. Garn Coombs with Anna Boss Hart, educator, concerning her experiences as a member of the faculty of BY High School. In 1945-46 she taught English and Religion, in 1946-47 the same, and in 1947-48 she taught English. ~ ~ ~ ~ Anna Boss Hart taught drama, English and teacher-training in the public schools and at Brigham Young University. Learning was a passion for her. A stalwart record-keeper, she preserved her life in diaries, files, photographs and notebooks. Widowed early, she traveled extensively with her mother and her son. She served two LDS missions, one to the Swiss Temple after her husband died. She served on the Relief Society General Board. She was born Nov. 27, 1902, in Malad, Idaho, and died Jan. 4, 1980, in Provo. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU Register of the Papers of Anna Elizabeth Boss Hart.

Hart, Charles James Jr. (1942)

Hart, Charles James Jr. (1942)
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Charles and Shirlee Hart

Class of 1942. Charles Hart. Tennis. Basketball. Boys' Organization. He came to BYH from Newton High School. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Dr. Charles James "Chic" Hart, Jr., father, grandfather and brother of Salt Lake City, has gone fishing in our Heavenly Father's pristine lakes. He was born August 1, 1923 in his Grandpa Hansen's home in Providence, Utah, to Charles James Hart, Sr. and Clarice Theta Hansen. Chic lived a good life and returned suddenly to his heavenly home on Monday, June 14, 1999, in Heber City, Utah. Charles attended BYU High School, graduating in 1942. He then graduated from BYU, and received a Doctor of Dentistry degree from the University of Oregon in 1945. He served in the U.S. Air Force at Hamilton Air Force Base, California from 1945-47. Chic was a great dentist, working in the Judge Building from 1947-1988. On November 21, 1956, he married his sweetheart, Shirlee Glissmeyer. They enjoyed 17 wonderful years together. Their union brought into the world three daughters who were the light of his life. Chic was widely loved and appreciated for his integrity, his great sense of humor, his strong unwavering opinions, and for his loyalty to family and friends. He loved the land and enjoyed working his ranch in Francis, Utah for many years during his retirement. He loved all sports events but especially those involving BYU, trips to Mexico, ranch work, hunting and fishing. Surviving Chic are his daughters: Julie Ann Hart and Cathie Clarice Hart of Salt Lake City; Leslie Hart (Tony) Canfield residing in Colorado Springs, Colorado; a brother: Paul D. (Diana) Hart of Salt Lake City; three grandchildren: Brendan, Nicholas and Alyssa Canfield of Colorado Springs, Colorado and dear nephews and nieces. He was preceded in death by his parents and sister, Elaine Lebedin. Funeral services were held at Thursday, June 17, 1999, in Salt Lake City. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. When we greet him again in the heavens on high, we expect to hear of the "big one" that got away! We love you, Chic! [Deseret News, Wednesday, June 16, 1999.] His parents: Charles James Hart, Sr. and Clarice Theta Hansen. Their children: Charles James Hart, Jr., BYH Class of 1942; Elaine Hart Lebedin, BYH Class of 1945; and Paul D. Hart, BYH Class of 1956.

Hart, Charles James Sr. (F&S)

Hart, Charles James Sr. (F&S)
Provo, Utah US

Charles & 2 Hart

Faculty & Staff. Charles J. Hart, Sr. was a Physical Education teacher during the 1932-1933 school year. Charles J. Hart, Sr., served as head of men's physical education at BYU for most of his life. He first came to the Y from little Teton High School in Driggs, Idaho and was appointed to be the second football coach. He married Clarice Hansen Hart, who was a wonderful fourth grade teacher and pianist. ~ ~ ~ ~ Charles (Sr.) was born on June 27, 1896 in Logan, Utah. His parents: Charles Henry Hart and Adelia Greenhalgh Hart. He first married Clarice Theta Hansen Hart, on September 20, 1922, in Logan, Utah. The children of Charles and Clarice: Charles James Hart, Jr., BYH Class of 1942; Elaine Hart Lebedin, BYH Class of 1945; and Paul D. Hart, BYH Class of 1956. He second married Veva Peters Berg Hart on August 30, 1962. He died December 22, 1971, in Provo, Utah. Interment, Provo City Cemetery.

Hart, E. S.

Hart, E. S.

E. S. Hart

BY Academy High School Normal Class of 1891. E. S. Hart. Received a Normal Diploma on May 21, 1891. Source: Graduation Program of the Normal Class of 1891. Confirmed: BYU Special Collections UA 1008.

Hart, Elaine

Hart, Elaine
White Plains, New York US

Elaine and Edward Lebedin

Class of 1945. Elaine Hart. Born July 10, 1927, Provo, Utah. She married Edward Lebedin on August 23, 1952. They had no children. Elaine's parents: Charles James Hart, Sr. and Clarice Theta Hansen. Their children: Charles James Hart, Jr. BYH Class of 1942; Elaine Hart Lebedin, BYH Class of 1945; and Paul D. Hart, BYH Class of 1956. Elaine Hart Lebedin died on October 14, 1996, in White Plains, Westchester County, New York.

Hart, John A.
5197 Wesley Road
Salt Lake City, Utah 84117-6625 US

John and Shauna Hart
  • Work: (801) 288-9998

Class of 1954. John A. Hart. Student Body Speech Manager. Band, Chorus, Library Club, Photography Club, Ski Club, Legislative Forum, Debate, Short Plays, Childrens Theater, Thespians Vice President. BYU BS Business Management 1961. New York University MS 1962. Parents: John W. Hart and Anna Boss Hart [BYH faculty member 1939 to 1968]. ~ ~ ~ ~ John is heading up the "Giving the Past a Future" project to remember the historic Lower Campus, and to honor BYH administrators, faculty, staff & students from 1876 to 1968 with permanent displays at the Provo City Library at Academy Square. Contact John by telephone and/or email for additional information. @2009

Hart, Paul D.
2432 Lynwood Drive
Salt Lake City, Utah 84109-1214 US

Paul and Diana Hart
  • Work: (801) 486-0822

Class of 1956. Paul D. Hart. Basketball, Tennis, Childrens Theater, Chess Club, Chorus, Scholarship Award. BYU Biology 1960. Dr. Paul D. Hart. His parents: Charles James Hart, Sr. and Clarice Theta Hansen. Their children: Charles James Hart, Jr., BYH Class of 1942; Elaine Hart Lebedin, BYH Class of 1945; and Paul D. Hart, BYH Class of 1956. ~ ~ ~ ~ My father was Charles J. Hart, Sr., who served as head of men's physical education at BYU for most of his life. Interestingly he first came to the Y from little Teton High School in Driggs, Idaho, and was appointed to be the second football coach. He died suddenly in 1971. My mother, Clarice Hansen Hart, was a wonderful fourth grade teacher and pianist. My brother, Charles Jr. was a dentist in Salt Lake City. My sister, Elaine, was an executive secretary and raised her family in New York. Both siblings are deceased. Following high school, I attended BYU for three years in the pre-med program, majoring in biology. I was signed up to attend UCLA medical school the next year. At that time my dad received a Fulbright award to teach in Lahore, Pakistan for a year. Mother was to accompany him but she died suddenly, and he invited me to take her place. So we had a great adventure that year living in Pakistan for nine months and visiting twenty-five other foreign countries during the other three months. I attended Johns Hopkins Medical School in Baltimore 1960-1964, then served internship and residencies in internal medicine at Johns Hopkins and Stanford. Following an infectious diseases fellowship at Stanford, I joined the Salt Lake Clinic and served there as an internist for twenty-eight years, until retirement in 1996. I loved seeing and interacting with my patients and trying to improve their conditions. In 1964, Diana Mae Ricks, of Los Angeles, California, and I were married in the Los Angeles Temple. We have been blessed by a wonderful family of three children and twelve grand-children. They keep us very busy interacting with their activities and lives. All of them live within twenty minutes of us. During retirement I have kept busy with several interests in addition to the family. The first several years I enjoyed hiking trails in the nearby canyons but that has been reduced lately to daily workouts at the local gym. Diana and I enjoy doing crossword puzzles together. While Diana works on a 20,000 individual family genealogical project, I practice playing the organ for sacrament meetings, and sing bass in a local chorale. (Fred Webb had a beneficial effect on me after all.) It has been a great life and I'll always remember the wonderful times and experiences we had at the old BY High. @2006

Harter, E. Hyrum

Harter, E. Hyrum

Hyrum Harter

Collegiate Grads of BYU, Class of 1923. E. Hyrum Harter. He received a BS Degree in History in 1923. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 376.

Hartley, Elma

Hartley, Elma
Bennion, Utah US

Elma and Willis Carter

Class of 1922? Elma Hartley. According to family history, Elma Hartley received a BY High School diploma as a stenographer circa 1922. [See also Mary Elizabeth Hartley.] ~ ~ ~ ~ Elma Hartley was born on January 20, 1900 in Provo, Utah. Her parents were Andrew Hartley and Hannah Wadsworth. She married Willis Carter on October 3, 1917 in Salt Lake City, Utah. She died on February 18, 1983 in Bennion, Utah. Interment, Provo, Utah.

Hartley, Elton Andrew

Hartley, Elton Andrew
North Salt Lake, Utah US

Elton and Bernice Hartley

Class of 1925? Elton Hartley. According to his family history, he attended BYU High School 1924-1925 -- he wrote: "Attended the Provo High School for the Sophmore and Junior years. Attended the Brigham Young High School in 1924-25 for Senior year work, and Freshman work at BYU at University Ave and 5th No. Provo. Classes in Maeser Bldg. on 8th & 9th No. and 3rd East." ~ ~ ~ ~ [See also Mary Elizabeth Hartley.] ~ ~ ~ ~ Elton Andrew Hartley was born March 25, 1906 in Provo, Utah. His parents were Andrew Hartley and Hannah Wadsworth. He married Bernice Daybell. He died on May 6, 1997 in North Salt Lake, Utah. Interment, Provo, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ NEWSPAPER ARTICLE: Source: "Mr. Mudd" Won't Retire [Davis County Clipper, May 6, 1986] ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Elton Andrew Hartley, 91, passed away May 6, 1997, at his home. Born March 25, 1906, in Provo, Utah, to Andrew Hartley and Hannah Wadsworth Hartley. Married Bernice Daybell on April 11, 1929, in Salt Lake LDS Temple. Retired after 41 years with Utah Power & Light; manager for 11 years at Gasamat service stations; worked 12 years at McDonalds in Woods Cross. Active member of LDS Church, served in Omaha, Nebraska Mission and two stake missions. Genealogist for George Hartley Family Organization for 65 years. Survived by wife; children: Verda LaVon Mason, Salt Lake City; Elton Ralph (Dee) Hartley, Magna; Nadine Madison, Salt Lake; and Lola Jean Schafer Barrett, Murray; 15 grandchildren; 28 great- grandchildren and five great- great- grandchildren. Preceded in death by parents; son, Don Carlos; brothers, Cyril, Harold and Elwood; sisters, Mary, Elma, Ivy and Berniece; granddaughters, Rebecca Barrett, Jaime Schafer and great-grandson, Travis McCuaig. Funeral services were held on Saturday May 10, 1997 in North Salt Lake. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. [Deseret News, Thursday, May 8, 1997.]

Hartley, Ivy

Hartley, Ivy
Murray, Utah US

Ivy and Cecil Brimhall

Class of 1929? Ivy Hartley. According to family history, she attended BYU High School circa 1928-29. Do not know if she graduated from BYH. [See also Mary Elizabeth Hartley.] ~ ~ ~ ~ Ivy Hartley was born on July 4, 1909 in Provo, Utah. Her parents were Andrew Hartley and Hannah Wadsworth. She married Cecil Smith Brimhall on July 17, 1929 in Manti, Utah. She died on June 14, 1968 in Murray, Utah. Interment, Provo, Utah.

Hartley, Mary Elizabeth

Hartley, Mary Elizabeth
Provo, Utah US

Mary & 3 Perry-Huff-Swapp

Classes of 1916 and 1927. Class of 1916. Mary E. Hartley [Huff]. She received a BYH Normal Certificate in 1916. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 7, page 92. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1927. Mary E. Hartley [Huff]. She received a BYH Normal Diploma in 1927. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 7, page 92. ~ ~ ~ ~ Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1934. Mary E. Hartley [Huff]. She received a BS Degree in English in 1934. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 7, page 92. ~ ~ ~ ~ Mary Elizabeth Hartley. According to her personal history, she attended BYU High School for four years, graduating in 1916 from the Normal program [teacher preparation]. Mary Hartley appears in a group photo of the BYH Class of 1915 in the 1914 BYU Banyan yearbook, high school section, when she might have been a high school junior. ~ ~ ~ ~ Other siblings: Elma Hartley received a diploma as a stenographer from BYU High School circa 1922. Elton Hartley attended BYU High 1924-1925. Ivy Hartley attended BYU High circa 1928. ~ ~ ~ ~ Mary Elizabeth Hartley was born on January 5, 1896 in Provo, Utah. Her parents were Andrew Hartley and Hannah Wadsworth. She married three times: First, to Ivan "A" Perry [1896-1926] on October 3, 1917 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Second, to Milton Erastus Huff [1895-1930] on September 11, 1929 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Third, to Joseph Henry Swapp [1884-1970] on December 29, 1937 in Nephi, Utah. She died on January 24, 1991 in Provo, Utah. Interment, Provo, Utah.

Hartley, Shelia Gay
1272 East 1600 North Apt B
Mapleton, Utah 84664 US

Shelia and Robert Miller
  • Work: (801) 491-3424

Class of 1962. Sheila Gay Hartley. Seminary Graduate, Pep Club, F.H.A. ~ ~ ~ ~ Shelia Gay Hartley married Robert Watson Miller on 5 Sep 1972 in Utah County, Utah. @2007

Hartvigsen, Laurie
462 West 1100 North
Orem, Utah 84057-8439 US

Laurie and Neil Lindberg
  • Work: (801) 226-6640

Class of 1972. Laurie Hartvigsen. BYU BS Education 1976. Laurie married Neil Lindberg. Her parents: Melvin Richard Hartvigsen and Jessie May Myers, married December 30, 1950, of Provo, Utah. Their children included Laurie Hartvigsen [BYH Class of 1972] (Neil) Lindberg; Richard Myers Hartvigsen [BYH Class of 1975] (Danielle); Shelly Hartvigsen [BYH Class of 1978] Unga; Jeffrey Arthur Hartvigsen; and Darren Kelly (Amy) Hartvigsen.

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