Alphabetical Alumni
Huish, Thelma

Huish, Thelma

Thelma Huish

Classes of 1920 & 1921. Class of 1920. Thelma Huish. She graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1920. Source: 1920 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, page 65-85. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1921. Thelma Huish. Source 2: Photographs of the BYH Class of 1921, one taken in 1918 and the graduation photo in 1921. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1921. Thelma Huish. She received two diplomas in 1921: A BYH Business Diploma, and a High School Diploma. Source 3: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 156-158.

Hulett, Joan

Joan Hulett

Class of 1948. Joan Hulett. Her photograph appears in the Senior Class section of the 1948 Wildcat yearbook.

Hulick, Thelma

Hulick, Thelma
Van Nuys, California US

Thelma and Ellis Montague

Class of 1917. Thelma Hulick. She received a BYH Normal Diploma in 1917. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 9, page 174. ~ ~ ~ ~ Thelma Hulick was born on April 1, 1898 in Provo, Utah. Her parents were Albert Butts Hulick and Alice Beatrice Benson Hulick. Thelma married Ellis Verde Montague on August 24, 1920 in Provo, Utah. Thelma Hulick Montague died on March 5, 1953 in Van Nuys, California.

Hullinger, Hal Penrod

Hullinger, Hal Penrod
Virginia Beach, Virginia US

Hal and Ofelia Hullinger

Class of 1962. Hal Hullinger. Forensics, Band, Seminary Graduate, Model U.N. Vice President, Honor Society, Homeroom Rep, Social Studies Service Award. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: HAL P. HULLINGER Hal Penrod Hullinger, 50, of the 4400 block of Chelsea St., died Nov. 4, 1994, in Virginia Beach General Hospital. Mr. Hullinger was born in Provo, Utah. He had retired from Northwest Airlines as a passenger service agent for 25 years. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. He served a full-time mission and was a teacher for many years. He was also employed by Network Travel as a travel agent and was a stamp collector and genealogist. Survivors include his wife, Ofelia A. Hullinger of Virginia Beach; a daughter, Anna Chantel Hullinger of Virginia Beach; three sons, Sean Paul Hullinger and Jaime Eric Hullinger, both of Provo, Utah, and Nicholas Ian Hullinger of Virginia Beach; a sister, Carol Kenner of Oregon City, Ore.; two brothers, Dan J. Hullinger of Farmington, Utah, and Ivan Hullinger of Kearns, Utah; and one granddaughter, Erin Victoria Hullinger of Provo, Utah. The funeral was conducted on Tuesday in Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 2714 Greendale Ave., Norfolk, by Bishop Scott Roberts. Mr. Hullinger was sent to Berg Mortuary in Provo, Utah, for a graveside service held on Thursday, November 10, 1994, in the Provo City Cemetery. [The Virginia-Pilot, Virginia Beach, Virginia, Monday, November 7, 1994.]

Hullinger, Ivan Lamont

Hullinger, Ivan Lamont
Apple Valley, California US

Ivan and Liz Hullinger

Class of 1969. Ivan Hullinger. ~ ~ ~ ~ Laid out to pasture and life is great! Doing well. Have my boy on a Mission in Maryland, and he will be home in January 2014. My oldest girl Azlyn has been married for 2 years now and expecting in February 2014. Alyssa is living in Costa Mesa with her boy friend and working for a veterinarian -- loves her work. I'm looking forward to our 45th reunion! @July2013 ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS DEATH NOTICE: Ivan Lamont Hullinger was born on January 1, 1951 in Vernal, Utah. He died on December 22, 2017 in Apple Valley, San Bernardino County, California at age 66. Interment, Sunset Hills Memorial Park, Apple Valley, San Bernardino County, California. ~ ~ ~ ~ GOFUNDME PAGE: Yesterday morning our Dad, Ivan Hullinger, left this world. He passed away peacefully, and I'm sure was greeted by his sweetheart, Liz. For those who didn't know, Ivan was undergoing chemotherapy in a fight against severe lung cancer. Ivan did his best to take care of many things before leaving this world, but some were left unfinished. I, his daughter, Azlyn Solomon, am creating this donation page for those who would like to contribute to Ivan's memorial. We kids need all the help we can receive. We are greatly appreciative if you simply can "share" the fundraiser, and will take any help that comes our way in any form. We love you all, and sincerely cannot thank you enough for being there for us, and all you did when we lost Liz not so long ago, it seems. Link. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS WIFE'S OBITUARY: Elizabeth "Liz" Ann Hullinger, 48, passed away February 5, 2008, at home in Apple Valley of cancer. Liz was born November 5, 1959, in Los Angeles. She lived in California for 27 years and in Apple Valley for nine years. She was a homemaker. Liz graduated from Arcadia High School and spent her life serving her Father in heaven by serving all those around her. Everyone who knew Liz didn't just like her, they loved her. She gave herself willingly and joyfully to everyone. She will truly be missed by us all. She was preceded in death by her daughter, Ashley Wall. She is survived by her husband, Ivan Hullinger, of Apple Valley; daughters, Azlyn Wall, of Provo, Utah, and Alyssa Hullinger, of Apple Valley; her son, Brerick Hullinger, of Apple Valley; sister, Sharon Rodriguez, of Colorado; brother, Guy Cordon, of Grand Terrace; parents, Erma and Clarence Cordon Jr., of Apple Valley. Visitation was from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday, February 9, 2008, with services at 11 a.m. at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Tuscola Chapel, 15500 Tuscola Road, Apple Valley, California. Bishop Michael Fox will be officiating. Interment, Sunset Hills Memorial Park, 24000 Waalew Road, Apple Valley. Sunset Hills Memorial Park and Mortuary is handling arrangements. Source.

Hundley, Elijah Jefferson

Hundley, Elijah Jefferson
Provo, Utah US

Elijah & Lola Hundley

BYH Class of 1910? Elijah J. "Lige" Hundley. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Provo -- Elijah Jefferson "Lige" Hundley, 59, died early Thursday at his Provo residence, 293 N. 6th West, after a brief illness. Mr. Hundley was born May 6, 1892, in Heber City, a son of Jefferson Davis Hundley and Joanna Cluff Hundley. He attended Center Ward School near Heber and came to Provo with his parents at the age of 14 years, where he attended Brigham Young University [High School]. As a young man he began work as an automobile mechanic at Telluride Motor Company. He enlisted in the US Army on September 3, 1918 and served at Kelly Field, Texas, until discharged on February 12, 1919, from Camp Funston, Kansas. He returned to Provo, where he married Lola Giles on April 30, 1919. He continued work as an automobile mechanic and in May 1934, organized Barrett-Hundley Garage with Ray Barrett. The partnership was dissolved in 1941 and Mr. Hundley began following the government building construction program during World War II in Utah, Nevada and Arizona. He had been associated with Groneman Construction Company for the past several years. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Mr. Hundley was a well-known sportsman and was a member of International Association of Machinists, CIO, Local 1066, and United Brotherhood of Carpenters No. 1498, AFL. Survivors include his widow, Lola, Provo; five sons: Robert G. Hundley, Provo; Richard E. Hundley, Logan; Don J. and William G. Hundley, Provo; and John Davis Hundley, with the Air Force in Korea; a step-mother, Mrs. Maggie Hundley, Orem; 11 grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. E. H. (Lucile) Long, Orem, and Mrs. Alice Maurel, Los Angeles, California. Funeral services were conducted Monday at 1 p.m. in Berg Mortuary Chapel by Ralph C. Fletcher, bishop of Provo Third LDS Ward. Interment, Provo Cemetery. Military honors were accorded by the American Legion, Dean Mendenhall, Provo Post 13, under command of George E. Larsen. [Salt Lake Tribune, February 29, 1952, p. 31]

Hunsaker, Marsha

Marsha Hunsaker

Class of 1957. Marsha Hunsaker. Commercial Contest. [Need more information.]

Hunt, E. Arden

Hunt, E. Arden
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Arden and Buela Hunt

Class of 1914. Arden Hunt (male). Graduated in 1914 from Brigham Young High School, Academic Department. Source 1: 1914 BYU Banyan, BYH section, pp. 84-89. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1914. Arden Hunt. He received a High School Diploma in 1914. Source 2: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 8, page 230. ~ ~ ~ ~ E. Arden Hunt's parents were: Ammon Hunt born 1865 in Moroni, Utah, and Albertine Okerund born 1868 in Gunnison, Utah. They were married in 1890 in Manti, Utah. Their children included: 1. Fawn Hunt, born February 1, 1891 in Monroe, Utah. 2. E. Arden Hunt, born August 16, 1892 in Monroe, Utah. 3. Hazel Hunt born December 5, 1895 in Monroe, Utah. 4. Thomas Hunt, born May 3, 1899 in Monroe, Utah. 5. Eva Hunt, born December 25, 1900 in Monroe, Utah. 6. Wills Hunt, born February 18, 1902 in Monroe, Utah. 7. Genevieve Hunt, born July 10, 1909 in Monroe, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ E. Arden Hunt married Buela Boyle on August 16, 1920. She was born on October 20, 1893 in Payson, Utah. Her parents were Mr. Paris Boyle and Mrs. Loucretia Boyle. Buela Boyle Hunt died on July 10, 1973 in Salt Lake City, Utah. E. Arden Hunt died on July 22, 1949 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Hunt, Fawn (not Faun)

Hunt, Fawn (not Faun)
Los Angeles, California US

Fawn and William Woolley

BYH Classes of 1911 and 1912. Faun Hunt (Fawn is correct), of Monroe, Utah. A lady with a smile of sunshine. Loves to overcome the boys with her entrancing disposition, but never treads on the heart. Faun thinks beaus a better investment than husbands and has decided to teach school. Never frowns nor scolds. Source: BYHS Yearbook 1911. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1912. Fawn Hunt. She received a BYH Normal Diploma in 1912. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 3, page 258. ~ ~ ~ ~ Fawn Hunt was born on February 1, 1891 in Monroe, Utah. Her parents were Ammon Hunt and Albertina Okerlund Hunt. She married William George Woolley on August 19, 1914. She died on July 31, 1952 in Libby, Lincoln County, Montana. Interment, Los Angeles, California. ~ ~ ~ ~ William George Woolley was born on November 10, 1883 in Salt Lake City, Utah. His parents are Samuel Amos Woolley and Frances Ann Phillips. He died on October 3, 1952 in Los Angeles, California. His interment, Los Angeles, California.

Hunt, Mary
3022 Danalda Drive
Los Angeles, California 90064 US

Mary "Jan" Hunt

Class of 1954. Mary Hunt. ~ ~ ~ ~ I began high school in L.A., but since my brother and several cousins were attending BYU, I was allowed to attend BY High for my 11th and 12th grades, and how great that was! My activities included Fauvines, Notre Maison (Sweetheart Queen Attendant), Ski Club Vice President, Spanish Club and Type Team, but most important were the many warm and welcoming friends I met during those two wonderful years. I returned to L.A. after graduation, got married, raised 3 sons, attended college, became an attorney, and also later received a masters in Chinese acupuncture and herbology, and a doctorate in Classical Chinese Medicine. @2011

Hunter, Boyd

Boyd Hunter

Faculty & Staff. Band Director 1967-68.

Hunter, Carl

Carl Hunter

Class of 1942. Carl Hunter. French Club. Opera.

Hunter, Doris

Hunter, Doris
Laketown, Utah

Doris and Charles Jex

Class of 1951. Doris Hunter. Fauvines President, Chorus. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Doris Hunter Jex passed away peacefully at her home in Laketown, Utah on Friday, December 7, 2018. Doris was born to John Urie Hunter and Hortense Keel Hunter on May 12, 1933 in Provo, Utah. Doris Hunter attended grade school in Provo and graduated from BY High School. Doris married G. Charles Jex on February 5, 1951 and their marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake Temple. They celebrated 67 years together this year. Active in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, she served in different organizations as well as serving in the Logan Temple with her husband for six years as ordinance workers. Doris and Charles also were called to serve in the Lithuania Mission for 18 months. Her greatest joys were always her family. They were blessed with ten children to call theirs, Debra and Keith Steere, Fred and Denee Jex, Gail and Mark Eborn, Lisa and Kerry Nielsen, Jean Ann, deceased, Craig and Ruth Jex, Joylyn and Shelton Taylor, JaNell and Doug Spencer, Jeff and Rachel Jex, Jennifer and Don Mackey. Rounding out those numbers, she loved 43 grandchildren, 83 great grandchildren and great-great numbers changing daily. On this day a special reunion happened for Mom and JeanAnn as they were united again. Doris was a homemaker. She loved cooking, sewing, painting, quilting, flowers, gardening, but especially loved creating a home from an old home. She always was surrounded by special people that she called friends. She loved her many friends that came to visit, or find her through special notes. Funeral arrangements are by Allen-Hall Mortuary of Logan. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, December 13, 2018 at 1 pm in the Laketown Ward Chapel. A viewing will be from 10 am ó 12:30 pm. Graveside services will be at the East Lawn Memorial Hills Cemetery in Provo on Friday at 12 pm, 4800 North 650 East, Provo. Condolences and memories may be shared online at www.allenmortuaries.com. [Provo Daily Herald, December 11, 2018]

Hunter, Euphamia

Euphamia Hunter

Class of 1928. Euphamia Hunter. Graduated from Brigham Young High School on Thursday, May 24, 1928. Source: The Evening Herald, Provo, Utah, May 23, 1928.

Hunter, Howard W.

Hunter, Howard W.
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Howard W. Hunter

Board of Trustees, 1959 to 1975. Howard W. Hunter, fourteenth president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, was the first president born in the twentieth Century. With a term in office of only nine months, his was the shortest tenure of any of the modern prophets. Still, despite ill health, it was a busy tenure with extensive traveling and speaking. He emphasized the importance of every member being temple worthy, holding a recommend, and attending the temple regularly. Howard W. Hunter was born November 14, 1907 in Boise, Idaho to John William Hunter and Nellie Rasmussen. While his mother was an active member and his father descended from stalwart pioneers, his paternal great- grandfather had fallen away and Howard's father was not a member of the Church. In fact, when Howard turned eight and desired to be baptized, his father forbade it, wishing him to be older before making the decision. It was only after Howard reached the age of twelve and could not receive the priesthood that his father acceded to the importunings and allowed the young lad to join the Church. Howard suffered many ills during his life and it is a monument to his faith that he could achieve so much. At the age of four, Howard contracted polio, then a ravaging killer of the young. Although Howard escaped the paralysis that afficted so many polio victims, he suffered back pain the rest of his life. He was also color blind. In later years, he suffered from prostate cancer which spread to the bones. Notwithstanding his ills, Howard developed a strong work ethic and worked hard even as a child. His early employment included picking fruit at local orchards, cleaning corn, caddying, soda jerk, copy writer for a newspaper, and bellboy and porter at a local hotel. Still, at the age of fifteen, he found time to earn the Eagle Scout Award, the highest in Scouting, becoming the second Scout in Boise to do so. Howard developed an interest in music at an early age and took piano and violin lessons as a child. Later he learned to play the marimba, drums, saxophone, clarinet and then trumpet. Although he had thought to enter the University of Washington in Seattle, he decided instead to accept an opportunity for the band he had formed in high school to perform aboard a cruise ship during a two month tour of the orient. It was an adventurous trip. In Shanghai, he witnesssed a city on the edge of revolution. During a Chinese New Year celebration in Hong Kong, a British Bobby had to rescue him and a companion from pursuers. In the Philippines the band had the chance to play on a local radio station. Most memorable, perhaps, he found on his return home, that his father had joined the Church during his absence. In 1928, he moved to Los Angeles where after a sucession of dead-end jobs including sorting lemons by color-quite dificult for one who is color blind, he secured employment at a bank and began to attend night school. While attending a Church social, he met Clara Jeffers. A courtship ensued and on June 10, 1931 Howard and Clara were married in the Salt Lake Temple. They would later have three children, one of whom died in early childhood. Soon after their marriage, the bank at which Howard was working went belly-up, and the Great Depresssion, which had seemed far away, was suddenly at their doorsteps. The couple was reduced for a time to living with Claire's parents and Howard working for her father painting bridges before he secured stable employment with the Los Angeles Flood Control District. His new job involved legal affairs and Howard developed an interest in the law. He returned to school where he earned a law degree in 1939, graduating cum laude from Southwestern University. He was admitted to the bar later the same year. In 1940, he established his own private practice as an attorney. A year later, he was called as Bishop of his ward. Those who recall his days as Bishop remember him as a compassionate yet determined leader. One day during Sacarament Meeting, he observed that the Deacons, having served the Sacrament, slipped out of the meeting. Bishop Hunter left the stand, followed them next door to a drugstore where they were enjoying sodas, and collaring them completely, said, "Brethren, when you have finished your malts, we will continue the meeting." He served as Bishop for eight years. Two years after being released as Bishop, the Hunters moved to nearby Arcadia where soon afterward he was called as the Stake President. During the nine and a half years he served as Stake President, he led numerous building funds projects including those for a new stake center and, starting in 1951, the Los Angeles Temple. During his tenure as stake president, he also served as chairman of the southern California regional council of stake presidents, encouraged family home evening for stake members fifteen years before its formal designation as a Church program, and pioneered the early-morning seminary program in southern California. Howard was also active in doing temple work. On the occasion of his forty-sixth birthday he was in the chapel of the Los Angeles temple instructing members of his stake who were in attendance of a stake temple day. He received the suprise of his life and the best birthday present ever when his parents walked in, dressed in white, prepared to be sealed to one another and have him sealed to them. Howard's law practice flourished and he was, in fact, nominated to a state judgeship. He declined the honor since he feared it would curtail his freedom to set his own schedule and thus adversely impact his time with family and church. Howard might have looked forward to a more leisurely time with approaching retirement but the Lord would have none of it. In 1959, during a routine visit to Salt Lake City to attend conference he was called in for an interview with President David O. Mckay. President Mckay went straight to the point. "The Lord has spoken. You are called to be one of his special witnesses, and tomorrow you will be sustained as a member of the Council of the Twelve." Howard could hardly speak when he called Claire who was in Provo with a new grandson. President David O. McKay ordained him an Apostle and set him apart as a member of the Quorum of the Twelve on 15 October 1959. Elder Hunter became the seventy-fourth Apostle to be called in this dispensation. The new Apostle was called upon to travel the world in fulfillment of his responsibilities. He liked to plan his own itinerary and would study the history and culture of the regions to which he was assigned. Tonga, Norway, and Panama were all beneficiaries of his visits and loving counsel. He traveled so often that one of his young grandsons called him the "Grandpa who lives at the airport." He served as President of the Genealogical Society of Utah from 1964 to 1972. His innovations there included computerizing the records for the first tiime. In 1970 he was named Church Historian. The early seventies saw declining health of both Elder Hunter and his beloved Claire. She suffered two cerebral hemmorhages whic necesitated full time nursing care. Elder Hunter visited her every day, even as he was preparing for back surgery himself. Claire died in October 1983. In coming years he suffered a heart attack, coronary bypass surgery, and continuing lower back pain. An operation for a bleeding ulcer required nine units of blood, over a gallon! The operation left him in kidney failure. An additional operation relieved his back pain but left him with a constant severe pain in the legs. At April 1989 general conference, President Hunter displayed typical composure and resilience while speaking on barely mobile legs with the help of a walker. Losing his balance, he fell backwards into a flower arrangement but was immediately helped up and continued his talk. Tests later showed he had broken three ribs in the fall. In 1989 with the death of Marion G. Romney, Elder Hunter was named President of the Quorum of the Twelve. Then a year later he announced at the weekly meeting of the Twelve, "Iím going to be married this afternoon. Inis Stanton is an old acquaintance from California. Iíve been visiting with her for some time, and Iíve decided to be married." But his health problems were not over. He suffered internal bleeding, and later gall bladder surgery. He initially failed to respond after surgery but awakened some days later fully coherant and fully recovered. On May 30, 1994 with the death of President Ezra Taft Benson, Howard W. Hunter was sustained by the Twelve and set apart as President, Prophet, Seer, and Revelator of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. On the following Monday, President Hunter spoke to the press: "I have shed many tears and have sought my Father in Heaven in earnest prayer with a desire to be equal to the high and holy calling which is now mine." The two emphases of his administration were the need to become more Christlike and to become a temple-worthy, temple-attending people. Only nine months later on March 3, 1995, President Howard W. Hunter's earthly ministry came to an end. He was suceeded by President Gordon B. Hinckley.

Hunter, Ilene

Hunter, Ilene
Provo, Utah

Ilene and James Mooney

Class of 1964. Ilene Hunter, born August 21, 1946, Provo Utah; died April 29, 1987, Provo UT, buried Provo City Cemetery, Block 7 Lot 77. Her parents: A. Royal Hunter and Mildred Nielsen Hunter. Ilene married twice: 1. Horst Frerichs, [One child, Yvette Dawn Frerichs, born December 9, 1967, Los Angeles CA; died December 9, 1967, Los Angeles CA, buried Provo City Cemetery, Block 7 Lot 77]; 2. James W. Mooney.

Hunter, Milton Reed

Hunter, Milton Reed
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Milton and Ferne Hunter

BYH Class of 1924. Milton R. Hunter, Normal Diploma, BYH Class of 1924. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, Page 352. ~ ~ ~ ~ Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1929. Milton R. Hunter. He received a BS Degree in History in 1929. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 352. ~ ~ ~ ~ Introduction of President Milton R. Hunter, Member of the First Council of the Seventy Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, by Chancellor Harvey L. Taylor: "It now becomes my opportunity and distinct pleasure to introduce our guest speaker. Author, teacher, scholar, and spiritual leader, President Milton R. Hunter has been a member of the First Council of Seventy since April 6, 1945. Born October 25, 1902, in Holden, Utah, he is the son of John Edward and Margaret Teeples Hunter. His grandparents, converts to the Church in Scotland, were among Utah's early pioneers. After attending public schools near the place of his birth, Elder Hunter enrolled in Brigham Young High School in Provo, graduating in 1924, and later Brigham Young University, where he was awarded his bachelor's and master's degrees. He gained his doctor of philosophy degree at the University of California. Entering the teaching profession, Elder Hunter served as a school administrator in several school districts in several Western states. He also served for several years in the seminary system. He was an instructor at our LDS Institute of Religion in Logan when he was called into the First Council of Seventy. Elder Hunter has written many books - I noted that our school paper, the Universe, said twenty-two; I think, however, there have been two since that time - articles and papers on religious and historical subjects, including The Utah Story, currently used as a textbook in all junior high schools throughout the state of Utah. Several other of his books have been used as texts and study manuals within the Church, including The Gospel Through The Ages. Among his latest books are the first two volumes of Archaeology and the Book of Mormon. President Hunter has made numerous trips throughout Mexico and Central and South America to study archaeological sites and gather evidences to sustain the Book of Mormon. Elder and Sister Hunter are the parents of six children. We are honored this morning that Sister Hunter is here and that she is seated with her daughter in the audience. Elder Hunter, we are very happy now to have you address our studentbody and faculty." [December 15, 1964.] ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: After a life of service to the Church, including 17 years as a seminary teacher and 30 years as a member of the First Council of the Seventy, Elder Milton R. Hunter died June 25, 1975, at Salt Lake City, Utah, of congestive heart failure and other complications. He was 72. Elder Hunter is survived by his widow, the former Ferne Gardner, six children, and ten grandchildren. Members of his family were with him when he died. He had been in poor health for the past few years. Funeral services were held June 30, 1975, in the Assembly Hall on Temple Square. Speakers were President Spencer W. Kimball, Elder Bruce R. McConkie of the Council of the Twelve, and Elder S. Dilworth Young of the First Council of the Seventy. Elder Hunter was born October 25, 1902, in Holden, Utah, a son of John Edward and Margaret Teeples Hunter, and a grandson of early Mormon pioneers who came to Utah from Scotland. He attended Brigham Young High School, graduated from Brigham Young University in 1929 and received his masterís degree there in 1931. That same year he married Ferne Gardner in the Logan Temple. Elder Hunterís first job in education was principal of a junior high school in St. Thomas, Nevada. He later served as principal of junior high schools in Leamington and Lake View, Utah. In 1935 he was awarded a Ph.D. by the University of California. At that time he was teaching seminary for the Church in Provo, Utah, and his professors at the University of California encouraged him to take a position at a major university in his field of history. He declined, moving to Logan, Utah, to teach at the Institute of Religion. Elder Hunter said he had decided while taking seminary at B.Y. High School under one of his excellent teachers, Bro. William Tew, that ďif I ever had the opportunity I should like to be a seminary teacher and devote my time and my entire life to teaching the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ.Ē When the opportunity came, he ďgladly accepted, and in happiness undertook the work.Ē While teaching in Logan, Elder Hunter was called to serve on the First Council of the Seventy; he was sustained April 6, 1945. His work as a General Authority took him to missions in many parts of the world. He also visited Mexico, Central America, and South America in studies of archaeological ruins and their relation to the Book of Mormon. Elder Hunter wrote 23 books, principally on religious and historical subjects, and many articles, reviews, and papers. His book, Utah in Her Western Setting, was used for many years as a text in Utah schools and is now published in a revised edition, entitled The Utah Story. He has served as national president of Delta Phi Kappa, the returned missionary fraternity and was a cofounder of the New World Archaeological Foundation. Despite his achievements in education, history, and other pursuits, Elder Hunter always considered his mission in the Church of prime importance. ďI have always loved the gospel of Jesus Christ more than anything else in life,Ē he said. ďI have continuously labored in the Church from my boyhood up, willingly and happily. The gospel and the opportunities to serve in the Church have been the greatest blessing and joy in my life.Ē [adapted from: "News of the Church: Elder Milton R. Hunter Dies", The Ensign, August 1975, page 93, and other sources.]

Hunter, Richard
864 N. Monroe Blvd.
Ogden, Utah 84404

Richard Hunter

Class of 1942. @2001

Hunter, Wallace

Hunter, Wallace

Wallace Hunter

BY Academy High School Class of 1903. Wallace Hunter. He also received a Special Certificate in Chemistry. Source: Students Record of Class Standings B. Y. Academy, Book 2, Page 31.

Huntington, Donna

Donna Young

Class of 1946. Donna Huntington. She graduated from BYH on May 23, 1946. Source: 1946 BYH Graduation Exercises Program. She married and was known as Donna Huntington Young while a student at BYH.

Huntington, Sharon J.

Huntington, Sharon J.
Denver, Colorado US

Sharon Huntington

Class of 1969. Sharon J. Huntington. A member of the Class of 1969 -- may have graduated with the Class of 1968. Sharon Huntington. An accomplished staff writer for the Christian Science Monitor, she was born on August 3, 1951 in Utah. Sharon J. Huntington died in Denver, Colorado on August 4, 2006. She was 55, and died of cancer. ~ ~ ~ ~ SAMPLE ARTICLES: What's in a Biblical name: A child's name used to reflect his or her character. now we give character to our names. The Christian Science Monitor | Date: May 22, 2001 | Byline: Sharon J. Huntington. Of the 10 most popular boys' names given to babies in 2000, eight are found in the Bible. Four of the top 10 girls' names are there as well. Many parents don't even think about where a name comes from when they give their children names. They just like the sound or have a friend or relative with that name. But in the days of the Bible, names were much more meaningful. How would you like to be named Hairy, or Refreshment, or The Spoil Speeds, the Prey Hastens? Your name may actually have a meaning like this, but it's not so obvious... ~ ~ ~ ~ ARTICLE: Moon mysteries: Our solitary satellite has already told us a lot about life on Earth - and it has lots more to say. The Christian Science Monitor | Date: June 18, 2002 | Byline: Sharon J. Huntington. It was the moon that helped to tell us why dinosaurs disappeared. Scientists studied how impacts might have caused the craters on the moon. Their research helped others theorize how a huge rock crashing into the Earth might have wiped out many forms of life here, including the dinosaurs... ~ ~ ~ ~ ARTICLE: Caution: Ingenious animals at work; We used to think that humans were the only tool-users. But now chimps, crows - even dolphins - have been spotted using them. The Christian Science Monitor Article date: April 19, 2005. Byline: Sharon J. Huntington. How often do you use tools? Every day? If you're thinking of a hammer or saw, you might say you don't use tools very often. But a tool can be any object you use to get something done. A fork is a tool. So is a pencil. We use tools all the time. People used to think this was one way we humans were different from animals, because animals don't use tools. Then scientists began to discover animals using tools, sometimes in very clever ways. Because animals in captivity were easier to watch than those in the wild, people first observed tool use by zoo animals. They noticed that chimpanzees would pick up a stick and wave or throw it at another... ~ ~ ~ ~ MORMON BIBLIOGRAPHY: Huntington, Sharon J., ďEars to Hear.Ē Leading Edge, no. 17 (Summer 1988): 60Ė70. ~ ~ ~ ~ [Sharon's last known residential address was: 3321 Broadway St Magna, UT 84044-2026 - (801) 252-0189. She was still using her maiden name; no knowledge if she married.]

Huntsman, Annie

Huntsman, Annie
Fillmore, Utah US

Annie Huntsman

BYH Class of 1908. Annie Huntsman, 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.

Huntsman, Ethel

Huntsman, Ethel
Provo, Utah US

Ethel Huntsman

BYH Class of 1924 ~ Honorary. Ethel Huntsman, of Provo, Utah. Ethel is listed as a 3rd Year (junior) student in the 1924 school year. Some other students similarly listed were actually 4th Year (senior) students. Background sources: BYU/BYH Annual Catalogues for the School Years 1923-24, 1924-25, and 1925-26.

Hurst, Beatrice

Hurst, Beatrice

Beatrice Hurst

BYA Beaver Branch ~ Murdock Academy, Class of 1919? Beatrice Hurst. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Beatrice Hurst, age 98, passed away June 8, 1999 at Salt Lake City, Utah. Born May 9, 1901 in Beaver, Utah to William Rankin Hurst and Martha Ann Miller Hurst, the ninth of 12 children. Graduated from Murdock Academy, Beaver, received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Utah and a Masters degree from Columbia University, New York. She taught school in Beaver, Utah, Pocatello, Idaho, Brockport, New York and retired from the University of West Virginia, Morgantown, as Professor Emeritus of Physical Education after 38 years of service. She was inducted into the University of West Virginia, Dept. of Physical Education's Hall of Fame on October 4, 1991. She is survived by a sister-in-law, Jeanne Schluter (Howard) Hurst, nine nieces and two nephews and their families. Preceded in death by five brothers and six sisters. Graveside services were held at the Mountain View Cemetery, Beaver, Utah, June 11, 1999. The family suggested contributions may be made to Beaver Valley Hospital, Beaver, Utah 84713. [Deseret News, Wednesday, June 9, 1999.]

Hurst, Effie

Hurst, Effie
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Effie McDonald

Class of 1920. Effie Hurst. Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1920. Source: 1920 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, page 65-85. ~ ~ ~ ~ Effie Hurst was born on September 24, 1902 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Her parents are Thomas Jubel Hurst and Mary Bjorkland Hurst. She married _____ [William Kenzie?] McDonald. She died on March 14, 1964 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Interment, Salt Lake City Cemetery, Utah.

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