Alphabetical Alumni

Hoover, Pamela Suzanne

Pamela Roberts

Class of 1963. Pamela Suzanne Hoover. Skiing, Ski Club Vice President, Seminary 4 years. Pamela married ______ Roberts.

Hoover, Reed

Hoover, Reed

Reed Hoover

Class of 1920. Reed Hoover. Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1920. Source: 1920 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, page 65-85.

Horgan, Neil
2827 Nevis Circle
Costa Mesa, California 92626-3537 US

Neil Horgan
  • Home: (714)546-8860

Class of 1943. Neil Horgan. San Marino High School 2, College enrollment 3. ~ ~ ~ ~ Address 1: Neil Horgan, (Home) 2827 Nevis Cir, Costa Mesa, CA 92626-3537 - (714) 546-8860. Address 2: Neil J. & Tina M. Horgan, (Home) 120 Eucalyptus Ln, Costa Mesa, CA 92627-5160 - (949) 650-5207. @2008

Horlacher, Larry

Horlacher, Larry
Springville, Utah US

Larry and Judy Horlacher

Class of 1964. Larry David Horlacher. Chorus, Seminary Graduate, Seminary 4 years. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Larry D. Horlacher of Springville, Utah passed away peacefully in his sleep on Tuesday August 21, 2007. Larry was born December 27, 1944 in Ely, Nevada to Vella S. & Lloyd D. Horlacher. He married Judy Love in the Provo LDS Temple on June 22, 1973. After completing high school at Brigham Young High School, he began his career with Brigham Young University and completed 35 years of service with a smile; he loved his job and everyone that he worked with. Larry is survived by his loving wife, Judy, of 34 years. They have three sons: David S. Horlacher (Amy) of Midway, Utah; Kory D. Horlacher (Stephanie) of Springville, Utah; Tyson C. Horlacher of Draper, Utah; and one daughter: Tara Ann Horlacher-Tyler of Springville, Utah; 14 grandchildren. Larry's two brothers are Kent Horlacher & Lloyd Horlacher, and his one sister is Linda Horlacher Bush. Larry Horlacher was preceded in death by his mother and father. Our dad brought smiles to everyone he met; his personality will be forever missed. This great Husband, Father and Grandfather will always be remembered. We love you! "BYU Loves You" Graveside services will be held Saturday, August 25, 2007 at 10:00 a.m. in the Provo City Cemetery. Friends may call Friday, August 24, 2007 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. at Berg Mortuary, 185 East Center Street, Provo, Utah. Condolences may be sent to info@bergmortuary.com [Provo Daily Herald, August 23, 2007.]

Horn, Joseph L.

Horn, Joseph L.
See Joseph Horne

Joseph Horn

Joseph L. Horn, see Joseph L. HORNE.

Horne, James L.

Horne, James L.

James Horne

BY Academy Collegiate Normal Class of 1895. James L. Horne. Received title of Bachelor of Pedagogy (B. Pd.) on May 23, 1895. Source 1: Salt Lake Tribune, May 24, 1895. ~ ~ ~ ~ Source 2: Collegiate Class of 1895: Students Record of Class Standings B. Y. Academy, Book 1, page 9.

Horne, Joseph Leo

Horne, Joseph Leo
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Joseph and Flora Horne

BY Academy Collegiate Graduate, Class of 1897, and 1900, Faculty. [associated with Beaver/Murdock Academy]. Joseph L. Horne. Received the degree of Bachelor of Didactics (B.D.) in May of 1897. Source: The (Provo) Daily Enquirer, May 27, 1897. ~ ~ ~ ~ 1900 Collegiate Graduate of BYA. Joseph Leo Horne, Bachelor of Science (B.S.), awarded at Commencement Exercises held on Monday Evening, May 28, 1900. Source 1: 1900 Commencement Program, BYU Special Collections, UA 1008, Box 1, Folder 2. ~ ~ ~ ~ Source 2: BY Academy Collegiate Class of 1900. Joseph Leo Horne received a Diploma: Bachelor of Science (B.S.). Deseret Evening News, June 2, 1900. ~ ~ ~ ~ Faculty & Staff. Joseph L. Horn(e), Woodwork and Mathematics teacher, 1895-1903. ~ ~ ~ ~ QUESTION: "Is this the Professor Horn" who served as principal of Brigham Young Academy Beaver Branch ~ Murdock Academy, for one year, from 1915 to 1916? ~ ~ ~ ~ Joseph Leo Horne was born on September 10, 1871 in Gunnison, Utah. His parents were Joseph Smith Horne and Lydia Ann Weiler Horne. He married Flora Diana Bean on August 1, 1894 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Joseph Leo Horne died on December 7, 1946 in Salt Lake City, Utah. His interment, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Hornibrook, John

Hornibrook, John

John Hornibrook

Class of 1926. John Hornibrook. Source: 1926 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section.

Horsley, A. Burt
260 E 400 N
Provo, Utah 84606-2914

Burt Horsley
  • Work: (801) 373-4897

BYH Faculty & Staff, including 1953-54, 1954-55, 1956-57. Professor of Philosophy, Church History and Doctrine, at BYU. BYU BA 1945. BYU MA 1954. West Welhelms University - Germany PhD 1956. // Stories My Father Told Me, by A. Burt Horsley, Beehive History, Vol. 19, 1993. // A. Burt Horsley, Peter and the Popes, p.19, Religious Studies Center Specialized Monograph Series, Volume 5. Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University, 1989. // A. Burt Horsley, "Roman Catholicism," Ensign April 1971: 45. Accessed at http://library.lds.org/ // A. Burt Horsley, "Lutheranism," Ensign, October 1971, 30. // Son: Dee Horsley, BYH Class of 1960.

Horsley, Arthur Samuel

Horsley, Arthur Samuel
Logan, Utah US

Arthur & Erma/Roetta Horsley

Class of 1910. Arthur Horsley. Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1910, in the Normal Department. Source: 1910 BYU Banyan, BYH section, list on p. 83. ~ ~ ~ ~ Arthur Samuel Horsley was born on March 17, 1891 in Price, Utah. His parents were Arthur William Horsley and Margaret Ann Watts. He was a school teacher. He married twice: First, he married Erma Marie Greenhalgh on December 24, 1913. She was born on February 28, 1896 in Provo, Utah, to Abraham Greenhalgh and Nielsine Marie Henricksen. She died on August 5, 1956 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Her interment, Provo, Utah. Second, he married Roetta Violet Thomassen on September 8, 1957. It was her second marriage also, she being first married to Roy Nate Kilfoyle in 1920. She was born on February 13, 1901 in Kaysville, Utah, to Paul Thomassen and Florette Robbins Thomassen. Arthur Horsley, BYH Class of 1910, died on July 6, 1959 in Logan, Utah. His interment, Kaysville, Utah.

Horsley, Christine

Christine Horsley

Class of 1966 ~ Honorary. Christine Horsley. Attended BYH in Eighth Grade, 1961-1962.

Horsley, Dee Clements

Horsley, Dee Clements
LaVerne, California US

Dee Horsley

Class of 1960. Dee Horsley. Wrestling, Forensics, Interpretive, Concert Band, Thespians, Chorus, Seminary Graduate, Poetry Contest. Father: A. Burt Horsley, BYH & BYU faculty member. Brother of Ramon B. Horsley? BYH Class of 1963-H. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Dee Clements Horsley passed away on October 21, 2008 in Provo. He was born on November 2, 1941 in Brigham City, Utah to Andrew Burt Horsley and Faye McBride Horsley. He graduated from B.Y. High School in Provo, Utah in 1960, and served a mission to Germany for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He has lived in California for the past twenty-five years where he received a Bachelor of Science degree and worked as a computer systems analyst. He is survived by his three children - Benjamin Burt Horsley (Heidi), Angela Faye Horsley Piggott (Richard), Jessica Patricia Horsley Nilson (Billy), and two brothers - Raymon Burt Horsley II, John Franklin Horsley, and two sisters - Christine Ann Horsley Ivers (Dewane), Linda Faye Horsley Cook (Doug). Dee was preceded in death by his father and mother. Funeral services were held Saturday, Oct. 25, 2008 at the Provo Peak 3rd Ward, 667 N. 600 E., Provo, Utah. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. [Provo Daily Herald, Friday, October 24, 2008.]

Horsley, Elizabeth

Horsley, Elizabeth

Elizabeth Horsley

Class of 1919. Elizabeth Horsley. She received a BYH Normal Certificate in 1919. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 194.

Horsley, Lydia

Horsley, Lydia

Lydia McMiller

Class of 1918. Lydia Horsley [McMiller]. She received a BYH Normal Certificate in 1918. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 116.

Horsley, Ramon B.

Ramon Horsley

Class of 1963 ~ Honorary. Attended BYH in the 7th grade in 1957-58, and 8th grade in 1958-59. Brother of Dee Horsley? BYH Class of 1960.

Hortin, Joseph Carlisle [not Horton]

Hortin, Joseph Carlisle [not Horton]
Coalville, Utah US

Carl & Cordelia/Mary Hortin

Class of 1915. J. Carl Hortin graduated from BYH in College Hall on Thursday, June 3, 1915, in the Academic Department. Source 1: Program, 1915 High School Class, Thursday, June 3, 1915, College Hall. Class Colors: Red & Blue. Class Motto: "Duty is the Keynote of Success". ~ ~ ~ ~ Second source: 1915 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, pages 84-102. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1915. Carl Hortin. He received a High School Diploma in 1915. Source 3: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 8, page 223. ~ ~ ~ ~ Joseph Carlisle (J. Carl) Hortin was born on May 10, 1895 in Oakley, Summit County, Utah. His parents were John William Wilkinson Hortin, Sr. [known as W.W. Hortin] and Ella Smith Malin Hortin. Carl Hortin married twice: ~ ~ First, to Cordelia Wilson on September 12, 1917 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Cordelia was born on August 23, 1895 in Midway, Utah. Her parents were James Thomas Wilson and Annie Walker Wilson. Cordelia died on February 19, 1947 in Coalville, Utah. Her interment, Oakley, Utah. ~ ~ J. Carl Hortin second married Mary Lee Roddon on November 27, 1950. J. Carl Hortin died on March 8, 1978 in Coalville, Utah. His interment, Oakley, Utah.

Three members of the Hortin family graduated from BYH. The eleven children of his parents, W.W. Hortin and Ella Hortin of Oakley, Utah, include: 1. William Eugene Hortin [BYH Class of 1914] born 1893, died 1960; 2. Joseph Carlisle (J. Carl) Hortin [BYH Class of 1915], born 1895, died 1978; 3. John DeForest (Forest) Hortin, born 1897, died 1943; 4. Maria Genevieve (Genevieve) Hortin [BYH Class of 1917, 1918], born 1899, died 1980; 5. Glen Malin (Glen) Hortin, born 1900, died ?; 6. Grace Ella Hortin Lemon, born 1902, died?; 7. Paul Levere (Paul) Hortin, born 1903, died 1974; 8. Alice Pauline (Alice) Hortin Pitt, born 1906, died 1985; 9. Son Hortin, born & died 1908; 10. Eva Hortin Woolstenhulme, born 1909, died 1999; and 11. Maurine Hortin Anderson, born 1912, died 1996.

Hortin, Maria Genevieve [not Horton,]

Hortin, Maria Genevieve [not Horton,]
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Genevieve and Curtis Walton

Classes of 1917 and 1918. Geneive Horton [actually Genevieve Hortin]. She graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1917. Source: 1917 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, pages 82-88. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1918. Genevieve Hortin. She received a BYH Normal Certificate in 1918. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 8, page 225. ~ ~ ~ ~ Maria Genevieve Hortin was born on March 9, 1899 in Oakley, Summit County, Utah. Her parents were John William Wilkinson Hortin, Sr. [W.W. Hortin] and Ella Smith Malin Hortin. Genevieve married Curtis Horton on June 29, 1921 in Salt Lake City. Curtis Walton was born on December 15, 1895 in Coalville, Utah. His parents were Charles Alonzo Walton and Louisa Ann Buchanan Walton. Curtis Walton died on August 15, 1960. Genevieve Hortin Walton died on December 22, 1980 in Nutrioso, Apache County, Arizona, but her residence was in Salt Lake City, Utah. Her interment, Oakley, Utah.

Three members of the Hortin family graduated from BYH. The eleven children of her parents, W.W. Hortin and Ella Hortin of Oakley, Utah, include: 1. William Eugene Hortin [BYH Class of 1914] born 1893, died 1960; 2. Joseph Carlisle (J. Carl) Hortin [BYH Class of 1915], born 1895, died 1978; 3. John DeForest (Forest) Hortin, born 1897, died 1943; 4. Maria Genevieve (Genevieve) Hortin [BYH Class of 1917, 1918], born 1899, died 1980; 5. Glen Malin (Glen) Hortin, born 1900, died ?; 6. Grace Ella Hortin Lemon, born 1902, died?; 7. Paul Levere (Paul) Hortin, born 1903, died 1974; 8. Alice Pauline (Alice) Hortin Pitt, born 1906, died 1985; 9. Son Hortin, born & died 1908; 10. Eva Hortin Woolstenhulme, born 1909, died 1999; and 11. Maurine Hortin Anderson, born 1912, died 1996.

Hortin, William Eugene [not Horton,]

Hortin, William Eugene [not Horton,]

Eugene and Pearl Hortin

Class of 1914. Eugene Hortin [not Horton]. He graduated in 1914 from Brigham Young High School, Academic Department. Source 1: 1914 BYU Banyan, BYH section, pp. 84-89. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1914. Eugene Hortin. He received a High School Diploma in 1914. Source 2: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 8, page 224. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents were John William Wilkinson Hortin and Ella Malin Hortin. William Eugene Horton married Pearl Ester Franson, both of Oakley, Utah on August 31, 1921 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Three members of the Hortin family graduated from BYH. The eleven children of her parents, W.W. Hortin and Ella Hortin of Oakley, Utah, include: 1. William Eugene Hortin [BYH Class of 1914] born 1893, died 1960; 2. Joseph Carlisle (J. Carl) Hortin [BYH Class of 1915], born 1895, died 1978; 3. John DeForest (Forest) Hortin, born 1897, died 1943; 4. Maria Genevieve (Genevieve) Hortin [BYH Class of 1917, 1918], born 1899, died 1980; 5. Glen Malin (Glen) Hortin, born 1900, died ?; 6. Grace Ella Hortin Lemon, born 1902, died?; 7. Paul Levere (Paul) Hortin, born 1903, died 1974; 8. Alice Pauline (Alice) Hortin Pitt, born 1906, died 1985; 9. Son Hortin, born & died 1908; 10. Eva Hortin Woolstenhulme, born 1909, died 1999; and 11. Maurine Hortin Anderson, born 1912, died 1996.

Horton, George A. Jr.
Provo, Utah US

George and Norma Horton

Faculty & Staff, including 1955-56. ~ ~ ~ ~ George A. Horton, Jr. (1983), “Understanding Textual Changes in the Book of Mormon,” Ensign, Dec. 1983. ~ ~ ~ ~ George A. Horton, Jr. (1988), “Book of Mormon -- Transmission from Translator to Printed Text,” The Keystone Scripture (Provo: B.Y.U. Religious Studies Center, 1988). ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: George Alfred Horton, Jr., 1927 ~ 2011. "I look back on my life with absolute wonder. I have been afforded opportunities and blessings beyond all imagination, for which I am profoundly grateful. I am the oldest son of George Alfred and Macel Rogers Horton and was born in Milford, Utah, on February 23, 1927. I have the distinction of having been born in the town library, in which my mother was librarian and my parents had a small apartment. On May 2, 1952, I married Norma Sumsion of Springville, Utah, whom I met while we were serving missions in Louisville, Kentucky. This was the best decision I ever made. It has amazed me that, out of humble beginnings, I have been privileged to study at seven schools of higher education, receive advanced degrees at BYU and UCLA, teach in the Church Seminaries and Institutes and at BYU-Hawaii and Provo, and serve as director of the BYU Jerusalem Center for Near Eastern Studies. In the Church Education System (CES) I was privileged to serve as a district and division coordinator of Seminaries and Institutes for California Central. At the general level, I served as Director of Production and Distribution and also Director of Curriculum for CES. I give credit for any success to my mother, who nurtured me in my early Church activity; my father, who was a great exemplar of Christian virtues; my wife, who has loved, supported, "guided," and encouraged me in achieving the best; our children (Sharon [Steve Larson], Orange, California; Sterling [Adrienne], Kailua, Hawaii; Helen, Washington DC; Jo Ann [David Seely], Provo, Utah; Roger [Teresa], Mesa, Arizona; Scott [Debra], Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Holly [Joseph Jensen], South Jordan, Utah; grandchildren (Christopher [Marisha] and Lindsay [Neal Call] Larson; Jennifer [Sean Medeiros], Michael [Tasha], Kristy [Aaron Scherman], Erin [Joshua Sandon], and Michelle Horton; Audrey, Brigham, Dallin [Sarah], and Russell Bastian; Rachel [Andrew Grover], Joseph, Kathryn, and Benjamin Seely; Heather and Corinne Horton; Emily, Hyrum, Grant, Hollianne, and Liam Horton; Jonathan and David Jensen); and great-grandchildren (Ayda and Evie Larson; Addison Call; Auli'i, Kai, and Koa Medeiros; Jaden and Maya Horton; Hannah Scherman; Taylor Sandon; Mary Elizabeth, Hannah Ruth, and Rachel Eve Bastian; Miriam and Samuel Grover) who have showered me with their love. After serving in the US Navy, the first great turning point in my life was serving in the East Central States Mission (1949-1951). Other activity in the Church included teaching assignments, serving on writing committees, participating on five high councils, and serving as bishop of the Sherman Oaks (California) Second Ward as well as branch and district president at the Missionary Training Center in Provo and as president of the BYU Second Stake. It was my privilege to be a member of the four-man committee that prepared the final editions of the Topical Guide and Triple Index for the "new" LDS editions of the scriptures. I appreciate the skills of my doctors (James Clark, Douglas Smith, Jeff Groves, and Loran Cook) who should not go unrecognized. They have helped to extend my life and improve my well-being. I am survived by my wife, Norma, seven children, 24 grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren, and brother William Richard (Delores) Horton. I have been preceded in death by two older half-brothers, Alfred Lowell Horton and Marvin Rollins Horton, and my youngest brother, Donald Earl Horton. I have unbounded gratitude to the Lord, who blessed me with a believing heart in early childhood. I have not feared death except for twinges of conscience that I could have lived a better life. I have an undying testimony of the truthfulness of the restored gospel of Jesus Christ, the divine power of the Holy Melchizedek Priesthood, the sacred scriptures, and the immortality of the soul. I have a sure testimony of the appearance of the Father and the Son to Joseph Smith in the Sacred Grove. I have great appreciation for all who have ministered for the gospel's sake and particularly for Joseph Smith. I have an outpouring of love for all my forebears, who made my heritage and blessings possible. There is gratitude in my heart for the inspiration from the Holy Spirit. It has assisted us in compiling our family history. I have loved my wife, parents, children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren"also my wonderful neighbors, friends, colleagues, and acquaintances worldwide. I end with an expression of gratitude to my beloved wife, family, and teachers and have the faith that we shall soon meet again in a joyous reunion. God bless you all." George's passing took place on June 30, 2011. Funeral services will be held at 12:00 noon, Wednesday, July 6, 2011 at the Oak Hills Stake Center, 925 East North Temple Drive, Provo. Friends may call at the Berg Mortuary of Provo, 185 East Center, Tuesday evening from 6 until 8 and at the church Wednesday from 10:30-11:45 a.m. prior to services. Interment, Historical Springville Cemetery, at Fourth South and Second West, Springville, Utah. In lieu of flowers, if you care to, please make a donation to the LDS Church missionary fund. Condolences may be sent to the family through www.bergmortuary.com. [Provo Daily Herald, Sunday, July 3, 2011] Read more: http://www.heraldextra.com/lifestyles/announcements/obituaries/article_1ce7cb08-1194-5216-b52e-ea17339c5fc3.html#ixzz1R7WNkTCR ~ ~ ~ ~ OBITUARY OF Wife or mother? Macel Augusta Horton, beloved mother and grandmother, passed away May 14, 1993 in Provo, Utah. Born May 2, 1907 in Milford, Utah to Royal Milford and Margaret Hickman Rogers. She graduated from Milford High School. Married George Alfred Horton July 3, 1926; they were sealed in the St. George LDS Temple February 3, 1951. He preceded her in death in 1980. Macel worked as a telephone operator and as librarian at the Milford Public Library. She was outstanding in music, oratory, debate, and gave service playing violin and singing at church and community functions. She served in church auxiliaries, as president of ward Primaries, Relief Society, choirs, and as a teacher. She composed a special choir number for the dedication of the Greenville Chapel. Activities included participation in UPRR Ladies Auxiliary and DUP. With her husband, she served an LDS mission to the North British and Western States missions. She was industrious in canning fruits and vegetables, which were liberally shared with her posterity. Survivors include sons and daughters-in-law: George A. Horton, Jr., and Norma S., Provo, Utah; W. Richard and Delores M. Horton, Brea, Calif.; Lorraine Davis Horton, Nampa, Idaho; Maxine Bailey, Kaysville, Utah; Judy Douglas, Huntington, Utah; and Jane Parsons, Pomona; two sisters, Thelma Gray, Whittier, Calif.; and Zola Sweat, Fruitland, Utah; four brothers, Sheridan, Milford; Ennis, Buena Park, Calif.; Lee, Palmdale, Calif.; and Jay, Salt Lake City, Utah; 26 grandchildren; 40 great-grandchildren; and one great- great- grandchild. She was preceded in death by a son, Donald Earl of Pomona; and a stepson, Marvin R. of Nampa, Idaho. Funeral services were held Tuesday, May 18, 1993 in the Beaver 3rd/4th LDS Ward Chapel, 220 North Main, Beaver, Utah. Interment, Mountain View Cemetery, Beaver, Utah. [Deseret News, Sunday, May 16, 1993.]

Houghton, William W

Houghton, William W
Payson, Arizona US

Bill and Kay Houghton

Class of 1952. William W "Bill" Houghton [no period after W]. Thespians, Band, Chorus, Skating Club, Photography Club, Y'ld Cat Newspaper. ~ ~ ~ ~ Enlisted in the US Air Force on March 3, 1953. He served in many specialties including Photography, Aircraft Maintenance, Missile Electronic Maintenance, and Telemetry Analysis of ICBM test launches. He spent time in Japan, England, Korea and many locations around the United States. Ended his career at Vandenberg AFB, California. He retired as a CMSGT on December 1, 1980. He went to work for Martin Marietta at Vandenberg AFB in September 1980, doing assembly, test and launching of Peacekeeper ICBMs and Titan Booster rockets, putting recon satellites into orbit. He retired from Lockheed Martin Aerospace on January 31, 1998. His eternal companion, Mary Sue Nance, passed away from cancer after 45+ years on May 31, 2000. He later married Kay Ann Bowers on February 17, 2001. They served as Temple ordinance workers at the Los Angeles Temple and the Provo Temple for almost four years. They served a Church Service Mission from May 2005 to Nov 2006 in the Los Angeles California Mission, in the Los Angeles Regional Family History Center. He then served in the Payson Arizona Military Honor Guard, and as a Manzanita Ward Family History Consultant. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: William Wells Houghton, Jr., passed away at 2 p.m. December 21, 2016 at home, with his wife, Kay Ann, at his side. Bill, son of William W. Houghton and Donna A. Mickelson, was born in Eureka, Utah, on June 28, 1934. He graduated from Brigham Young High School, Provo, Utah in the Class of 1952. He enlisted in the US Air Force on March 3, 1953. He served 28 honorable years and retired as a CMSGT at Vandenberg AFB in California. During his military career, he performed in numerous fields including Photography, Aircraft Maintenance, and Electronic Maintenance on the country's ICBM Missile Force. After the military, Dad went to work for Martin Marietta (which changed to Lockheed Martin) at Vandenberg AFB in September 1980, doing assembly, test and launching of Peacekeeper ICBMs and Titan Booster rockets, putting recon satellites into orbit. He retired from Lockheed Martin on January 31, 1998. His wife of 45+ years, Mary Sue Nance, preceded him in death after a short battle with cancer on May 31, 2000. Dad later married Kay Ann Bowers on February 17, 2001. Together, Kay Ann and Bill traveled the world and enjoyed their years together. They went on a Church Family History mission in Los Angeles, California from May 2005 to November 2006. His love of family history research was well-known throughout his adult life. Dad also served on the Payson, Arizona Military Honor Guard for numerous years. Bill is survived by his wife, Kay Ann, his four children: Kristianne (Michael) Sides of Los Angeles, California; William (Brenda) Houghton III of Ocala, Florida; John (Debbie) Houghton of Gilbert, Arizona; and Kathleen (Robert) Hendricks of Orcutt, California. He is also survived by 15 grandchildren and numerous great-grandchildren. Bill's funeral will be held 11 a.m. at the LDS Church, 913 S. Ponderosa St., Payson, Arizona, with a luncheon following. Graveside services will be Friday, December 30, 2016, at the Lompoc Evergreen Cemetery, Lompoc, California [Provo Daily Herald, December 26, 2016]

Houston, W. Wallace [William Wallace]

Houston, W. Wallace [William Wallace]
Panguitch, Utah US

Wallace & Florence Houston

Class of 1911. W. Wallace Houston, of Panguitch, Utah. High School. Wallace is known to all who appreciate humor and sunshine. Never has the "blues" and always looks at the best side. Authority on bowling and aviation. A whole-hearted friend with a true conscience. Source: BYHS Yearbook 1911. ~ ~ ~ ~ Source 2: Wallace Houston. He received a High School Diploma in 1911. Annual Record, B.Y. University (BYU Records Office), Book 4, p. 145. ~ ~ ~ ~ William Wallace Houston was born November 17, 1889 in Panguitch, Utah. His parents are James Houston and Sarah Ann LeFevre Houston. Wallace Houston married Florence Elizabeth Matheson on September 12, 1917 in Logan, Utah. He died September 1, 1957, at Panguitch Lake, Garfield County, Utah. Interment, Panguitch, Utah.

Houtz, Bessie

Houtz, Bessie
Provo, Utah US

Bessie and Lewis Lewis

Class of 1918. Bessie Houtz [Lewis]. She received a BYH Arts Supervision Diploma in 1918. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 9, page 172. ~ ~ ~ ~ Bessie Houtz was born on November 17, 1893 in Springville, Utah. Her parents were Joseph Orson Houtz and Sara Elizabeth Brinton Houtz. Bessie married Mr. Lewis E. Lewis [Lewis Evelyn Lewis] on July 28, 1927. Bessie Houtz Lewis died on February 27, 1963 in Provo, Utah. Her interment, Springville City Cemetery, Utah.

Houtz, Daniel Daley

Houtz, Daniel Daley
Provo, Utah US

Daniel Houtz

BY Academy High School Class of 1884. Daniel Houtz. Graduated Friday, June 13, 1884, with a Normal diploma. Source: Territorial Enquirer, Friday, June 13, 1884. Faculty & Staff. Daniel D. Houtz, Law teacher, 1891-1894. ~ ~ ~ ~ Born circa 1862 in Fillmore, Utah.

Houtz, Lyle R.
PO Box 2471
Sierra Vista, California 85636 US

Lyle Houtz
  • Work: (520) 378-1003

Class of 1954. Lyle R. Houtz. Band, All State Band. BYU BA Communications 1975. Alternate address: Lyle Houtz, 5317 S Sioux Ave, Sierra Vista, AZ 85650-9213 - (520) 378-1003 ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: Leslie Birch Houtz and Zona Chapman Houtz. Their children included: Worland Jay Houtz (Vona Roper-div; Jeannette Rogers) of Tooele, Utah; Duane Houtz; Blaine Houtz; Lyle Houtz [BYH Class of 1954]; and LaDonna Houtz Rawlings.

Houtz, Ora Marie

Houtz, Ora Marie
Springville, Utah US

Ora and Don Hardy

Class of 1934. Ora Marie Houtz. Member of the BYH Pep Club. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents were Ira Houtz and Ellen Walton Houtz, and Ora was born in 1917. Ora married Don Lamar Hardy on April 12, 1935 in Utah County, Utah. Don L. Hardy, former resident of Arcadia, California, was born on April 8, 1911 in Provo, Utah. His parents were George W. Hardy and Myrtle Ann Freshwater Hardy. He died on February 28, 1967 in California at the age of 55.~ ~ ~ ~ "I located my high school diploma and the commencement exercises program. I graduated with the BYH Class of 1934 and I have so many memories of the good times we have. Being on the drill team and rooting for our players at the games and practicing for the debates. I received a notice in the mail of the grand opening and rededication ceremonies being held Saturday, Sept. 8, and I plan to be there to celebrate this wonderful event." By Ora Houtz Hardy, BYH Class of 1934. [Provo Daily Herald, September 7, 2001.] ~ ~ ~ ~ NEWS ARTICLE: Ora Hardy is turning 100. May 5, 2016. By Vicki Miceli. Ora Marie Houtz was born in Provo, Utah, on May 10, 1916, to Ira Houtz and Mary Ellen Walton. She was the second eldest of eight siblings and grew up on a farm during the Great Depression. She graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1934. Ora married the love of her life, Don Hardy, in 1935, and with jobs being scarce, they moved to Los Angeles, California, when a relative offered Don employment. Ora found a job working in Hollywood at the Owl Drug Store. When World War II and the draft started, she began working for the Selective Service where she registered and processed hundreds of young men for military duty. When the war ended in 1945, she transitioned into a job as a union negotiator for FMC Corporation, holding that position for 30 years. Although Ora and Don didn’t have children, Ora helped to raise her younger siblings, offering help in times of need and illness. Don died in 1967. Ora retired in 1975 and returned home to Utah to live in Springville, where she still resides today in the same home. She began a new chapter in her life, traveling the world with various organizations. And boy did she travel, spending her 50s into her 90s exploring the world, including trips to Hawaii, England, Scotland, France, Italy, Israel, Germany, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, New Zealand, Australia, Fiji, China, Japan, Hong Kong, Thailand, Macau, Singapore, Taiwan, Greece, Turkey, Mexico, the Panama Canal and Egypt, where she rode a camel to the pyramids in Giza. Ora Marie Hardy is a beloved pillar of her community. She is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and she attends church every Sunday. She has been blessed with good health and is “Aunt Ora” to dozens of nieces and nephews. She is a generous donor to the Primary Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake City and to the VFW. A gathering will take place in Springville at the Hobble Creek Stake Pavilion, 495 S. Canyon Rd., on May 14, 2016 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friends and family are invited to this open house celebration to mark her milestone 100th birthday. Source. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: 1916-2016. Ora Marie Houtz Hardy. Our loving sister, aunt and friend to so many passed away peacefully at home on Wednesday, October 19, 2016 at the age of 100. Ora Marie Houtz was born on May 10, 1916 in Provo, Utah to Ira Houtz and Marie Ellen Walton. She graduated from Brigham Young High School in the Class of 1934. She then attended Brigham Young University for 2 years where she studied economics. She married the love of her life Don Lamar Hardy on April 12, 1935. They soon moved to Los Angeles where they found jobs during The Depression. When Don was drafted into the Navy for WWII, Ora did her duty on the Homefront working for Selective Service until the war was over. After the war she found a job at FMC Corp. where over a 27-year career she rose from secretary to union negotiator, a trailblazer in what was typically a man's world. She was tough, smart and fair. She lost Don in 1967 and retired in 1975, moving back home to Springville, Utah, where she pursued a life of service and travel. Never having children of her own she helped with nieces and nephews, of which there were many. She also was a generous donor to Primary Children's Hospital in Salt Lake City. Her love of travel took her around the world as she enjoyed experiencing different cultures and always said, "travel is the best education ever." One vivid memory she liked to share was her ride on a smelly, spitting, flea-ridden camel up to the Great Pyramids in Egypt. She loved it! Ora had wanted to reach 100 years and she did it in exactly her way with a huge party attended by over one hundred family members, and friends. She gained membership into the prestigious Governor's Century Club of Utah and attended Gov. and Mrs. Herbert's Centenarian Luncheon. Ora always said, "be optimistic and be happy." We are all happy to know she has been reunited with her eternal sweetheart Don, her parents and siblings Rowena, Alice, Jean, Walt and Juanita. She leaves behind her beloved sister Ellen Bethers, 95, of Fletcher, NC and many many adoring nieces and nephews who will miss her sparkling blue eyes and that mischievous smile. In lieu of flowers the family suggests a donation in Ora's name to Primary Children's Hospital, 100 Mario Capecchi Dr., Salt Lake City, Utah 84132. Services will be held Tuesday, October 25, 2016 at Hobble Creek Stake Center 495 S. Canyon Rd. Springville, Utah. Viewing is 8:45 a.m. - 9:45 a.m. with services following at 10 a.m. Interment, East Lawn Memorial Hills Cemetery, Provo. Walker Funeral Homes, Spanish Fork is handling arrangements. [Provo Daily Herald, October 23, 2016]

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