Alphabetical Alumni
Hanks, Cornelia

Hanks, Cornelia

Cornelia Hanks

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

Hanks, David Capener

Hanks, David Capener
Tetonia, Idaho US

David and Emma Hanks

BYA Class of 1888? ~ Honorary. David Capener Hanks. ~ ~ ~ ~ David C. Hanks was born to Ephraim Knowlton and Jane Maria Capener Hanks, early pioneers, in Park City, Utah, on March 5, 1870. He lived here and in Salt Lake City, Utah during his early life. There being no schools in Park City, his mother was most anxious that she take her children where they could enjoy these advantages, so when David was about 12 years of age, she took her family to Heber City, Utah and there they had that privilege as well as other advantages. They continued to live here until they were grown. There were seven children in this family as follows: William C., Alice Maria, Sarah Elizabeth, Ephraim Knowlton, George Agustus, David Capener, and Louise Rebecca. David never had the privilege of knowing his father very well as he lived with his wife Thisbe, in Southern Utah, but the occasions that he did see him, these stood out in his memory. His mother separated from his father while he was quite young so it was up to him and his brothers to help provide for the family. Some time later his mother married Joseph E. Taylor of Salt Lake City, she going into polygamy again. To this union, two daughters were born. This marriage was not successful, so they finally separated. Throughout all of the years, although separated from Ephraim, Janeís love for him never died. David grew up in this vicinity, where he received his education and he also went to the Brigham Young Academy at Provo, Utah. On December 6, 1893 when he was near 24 years old, he was married to Mary Elizabeth Baum. To this union five children were born. They were Harvard David, George Agustus, who passed away at the age of 22, Ephraim Earl, Ida Mae, and Theodore Verender. After his marriage he went into several business ventures, such as the Heber Mercantile Co., Consolidated Wagon & Machine Co., etc. He was a good provider and they owned a nice brick home. When the family began to grow up, David felt that they should move some place where there would be more opportunities for them so he and his brother Ephraim moved their families to Shelley, Idaho, where they bought some farms. Eph and his family continued to live here but David was not quite satisfied with the set-up he had so after two years he with his family moved to the Teton Basin in Idaho. Here he bought some land near a small place called Haden and later he bought a farm in Chapin, a few miles south of Driggs. During this time his wife Mary became dissatisfied with the country up here and desired to go back to their home in Heber City. Being tied up here, David was unable to leave then, so she left with the children and went back. David expanded in his farm operations here in Haden and Harvard, his son, took care of the Chapin farm. Later he his mother sold this farm and they moved to Nampa, Idaho. In the meantime, David and Mary were divorced. David went into business at Tetonia, a new town which sprung up near Haden, after the Railroad came in. In fact the business and public buildings were moved from Haden to Tetonia. He bought a Mercantile Store which was known as the Peoples Cash Store. He also had quite a business of buying and selling hay and grain. While in business he leased the farm. On October 2, 1915, David was married to Emma Hulet Cook, a young widow, who was living at Driggs at that time. She had a small son, Adrian. To this union eight children were born, as follows: Nancy Davida, Wright Capener, Lincoln Marlo, Clair Sylvanus, David Lawayne, Betty Jane, Emma Louise and John Phillip. We continued to run the store for a few years but as the family began to grow we decided to sell the store and move to the farm. We expanded our operations and went into the sheep business too. There was plenty of work for all so every one was kept busy. David was very civic minded and was interested in the growth of our town and county and especially interested in the schools and in education. He was on the school board for several years. For many years he worked for the consolidation of schools in our county, which was eventually culminated after his death. He was Superintendent of the Tetonia Ward Y.M.M.I.A. for several years and President of the Genealogical Society, which he was very much interested in. He also enjoyed singing in the choirs and he with a quartette were often called to sing at funeral services in this vicinity. He was very ambitious and provided well for his family. During the Christmas Season of 1931 he contacted pneumonia and passed away at the L.D.S. Hospital in Idaho Falls, Jan. 4, 1932, six months before the last baby was born, leaving his wife and eight children. The older boys carried on with the farm and sheep and were very successful and his children grew up to be honorable men and women, some of them going on missions and all had good educations. They married well and all have lovely families. They are an honor to his name. ~ ~ Written by his wife Emma Wright Hulet Hanks

Hanks, Frances

Frances Rogers

Class of 1948. Frances Hanks. Her photograph appears with the Senior Class in the 1948 Wildcat yearbook. Frances married _____ Rogers.

Hanks, Marion D.
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Marion D. & Maxine Hanks

Board of Trustees, 1962 to present. Marion Duff Hanks. Marion Duff Hanks, born October 13, 1921, is an emeritus general authority of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He is a past member of the President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports (for which he received its Distinguished Service Award) and the Presidentís Citizens Advisory Committee on Children and Youth. In 1988, Hanks was awarded the Silver Buffalo Award by the Boy Scouts of America. Prior to his call as a general authority, he worked as an instructor in the Church Educational System. Hanks served in the Presidency of the Seventy twice following the 1976 reconstitution of the First Quorum of the Seventy. Previously, he also served on the First Council of the Seventy from 1953 to 1968 and as an Assistant to the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles from 1968 to 1976. During a three-year period in the early 1960s, Hanks was the president of the LDS Church mission in England; among the missionaries in his mission was Jeffrey R. Holland, a future apostle of the church. In the mid-1970s Hanks served for a time as managing director of the church's Melchizedek Priesthood MIA. From 1982 to 1985, he was the president of the Salt Lake Temple. For a time Hanks served as a member of the Church Board of Education. In October 1992, Hanks was given general authority emeritus status. Hanks wrote the words to "That Eastern Morn", which is hymn #198 in the LDS Church's 1985 hymnal. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: Stanley A. Hanks and Maude Frame Hanks. He earned an LL.B. at the University of Utah in 1948. He married Maxine Christensen on August 24, 1949. They have the following children: Susan G. Hanks, Nancy Hanks, Ann Hanks, Mary Hanks, and Richard Hanks. He served as a missionary for the LDS Church from 1942-1944. He served as Director of the Bureau of Information on Temple Square in Salt Lake City from 1948-1956. He was the Vice President of Allen-Duff Associates, an advertising firm, in Salt Lake City from 1951-57; Gull, Inc., merchandising, Salt Lake City, 1955--. He became a General Authority of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1953, serving as a member of the Council of Seventy. He became an Assistant to Twelve from 1968-1976, a member again of the First Quorum of Seventy from 1976-1992, and served in the Presidency of First Quorum of Seventy from 1976-1980 and again from 1984-1992. He was named an Emeritus General Authority in 1992. He also served as a member of the US President's Advisory Committee on the Fitness of American Youth. He has served the board of directors of Mental Health Services; Society for Crippled Children of the Salvation Army. He served as Associate Director of the Institute of Religion at the University of Utah; director of West Seminary; and member of the Board of Trustees of Weber College. He served in the US Naval Reserve from 1944-1946 in the Pacific Theatre. He was named Outstanding Young Man of Utah by US Junior Chamber of Commerce in 1954.

Hanley, Carol Jo Agnes

Hanley, Carol Jo Agnes
Provo, Utah US

Carol Hanley

Class of 1940. Carol Jo Hanley. Opera. School Play. Vice President of her Junior Class in 1938-1939. Girls' Athletic Association. Notre Maison. Fauvines. Wildcat Yearbook Staff. Forensics. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Carol Agnes Hanley, Salt Lake Telegram, November 5, 1946.

Hanley, Maud Joan

Maud Hanley

Class of 1937. Maud Joan Hanley. Student Body Secretary-Treasurer as a sophomore and again as a senior? Basketball. Fauvines. Music.

Hansan, Beverly Diane
1528 Douglas
Clovis, California 93612-3124

Beverly Woodbury

Class of 1950. Fauvines, Chorus. Married ______ Woodbury. --@2001

Hansen, Adrianne

Adrianne Hansen

Class of 1980. Adrianne Hansen.

Hansen, Agnes Genevieve

Hansen, Agnes Genevieve
885 South 400 West
Orem, Utah US

Genevieve and Harry Evans

Class of 1936. Genevieve Hansen. Source: 1936 BYH Wildcat yearbook. Agnes Genevieve Hansen married Harry Thomas Evans, Jr. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Agnes Genevieve Hansen Evans. Genevieve Evans passed away at home on May 31, 2010, from cause's incident to old age. She was born on January 17, 1919 to Oscar Keilgaard Hansen and Helena Demaris Anderson in Provo, Utah. She had an ideal childhood growing up in a nice home on several acres of land on what is now part of the BYU campus. Genevieve was a very intelligent child and got a double promotion in the 3rd grade and was put in the 5th grade at eight years of age. She graduated from Brigham Young High School in the Class of 1936, at the age of 17. Her father, Oscar Hansen, served as the Mayor of Provo. Genevieve married Harry Thomas Evans on May 14, 1942. He preceded her in death in 1990. She and her family lived in Long Beach, California from 1956 to 1978, at which time she and Harry moved back to Utah. Genevieve considered her greatest accomplishment that of being a good mother to her children and wife to her husband and was primarily a homemaker, although she also taught school. Genevieve graduated from Brigham Young University with a BA degree in English. She also attended the University of Utah and the University of Arizona. She had a beautiful voice. She loved music and the arts and could still sing hundreds of songs from memory up until her death. Everyone who got to know her soon learned of her quick wit and original sense of humor. She is survived by her three sons, Harry Gregory Evans, Trent Keilgaard Evans and Geoffrey Oscar Evans; two grandchildren, Leif Kemp and Destiny Evans; and seven nieces and nephews. All her brothers and sisters preceded her in death. They were: Devere Hansen, Johnnie Hansen, Ruth Hansen Hibbert, Margaret Hansen, Callie Hansen Torrance and Theresa Hansen Hammond. Funeral Services will be held at 11 a.m., Monday, June 7, 2010 at the Berg Drawing Room Chapel of Provo, 185 East Center. Friends may call at the Mortuary on Sunday evening from 6-8 or on Monday morning from 10-10:45 prior to services. Interment will be in the Provo City Cemetery. Condolences may be sent from www.bergmortuary.com [Provo Daily Herald, Daily Herald, Saturday, June 5, 2010.] ~ ~ ~ ~ Harry Thomas Evans, Jr., was born on December 21, 1921 in Somerset, Colorado. His parents were Harry Thomas Evans, Sr., and Rosamond Williams Evans. Harry Evans Jr. died on August 6, 1990 in Orem, Utah.

Hansen, Alan Ray

Hansen, Alan Ray
Falsom, California US

Alan and Ruth Hansen

Class of 1945. Alan Hansen. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Alan Ray Hansen, 82, died on a Wednesday evening, March 25, 2009 in Folsom, California. He died of natural causes associated with old age. His final resting place will be the place of his childhood, in Provo, Utah. Alan was born on December 22, 1926, in Fountain Green, Utah. He was the second oldest of four children, son of George Henry Hansen and Afton Christina Allred Hansen. [Alan's father was George Hansen, head of the Geology Department at BYU for many, many years. Alan's working career was also as a geologist.] Alan graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Brigham Young University in 1950; further education included a Master of Science in Geology from Northwestern University, and a Ph.D. in Geology from University of Utah. Alan is survived by his "charming bride" Ruth Purdy (married July 25, 1951); his children whom he referred to as his "five stars" and their spouses, Lisa and Scott Garrett, David, Kyle and Marianne Hansen, Janet and Dave Thomason, and Kala and Don Dean; sixteen grandchildren; and eleven great grandchildren. He is also survived by two sisters and their spouses, Carole and Bill Lusebrink, and Helen and Paul Warnock; brother-in-law Victor Purdy; nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his brother, Don, whom he considered his "champion". Alan was a faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints where he served willingly as a teacher, bishop, and stake patriarch. Alan had a unique way of describing how the geological layers of the earth backed the word of God found in the scriptures. Alan was a successful petroleum geologist and businessman; clock repairman; story teller; entertainer, especially when reciting "The Cremation of Sam McGee" for his family; fisherman and bow hunter; collector of rocks, gemstones, stamps, coins, and marbles. Alan had friends everywhere, from all walks of life; with a preference to talk one on one rather than in large groups; he believed in the goodness of people and the ability to change for the better. He actively reached out as he treated others with dignity and respect. Alan will forever be remembered for his genuine laugh; his large, comforting hands; his generosity; his ability to make one feel that all things are possible, and that with a little hard work and persistence, "all will be just fine in the end." Regarding his own death, Alan wrote in his personal history, "Please recognize that I have some fishing and other important things to do on the other side of the veil." Graveside services will be held on Tuesday, March 31, 2008 at 1:00 pm at East Lawn Cemetery. Family and friends may call on Tuesday prior to the services from 11:00 am till 12:30 pm at the Walker Mortuary, 85 East 300 South, Provo, UT. Condolences may be sent to the family at: www.walkerfamilymortuary.com Happy Fishing Alan! We love you; we will miss you; we are blessed to have known you. [Provo Daily Herald, March 30, 2009.]

Hansen, Alma Wayment

Hansen, Alma Wayment
Ogden, Utah US

Alma and Martha Hansen

Class of 1928. Alma Hansen. Graduated from Brigham Young High School on Thursday, May 24, 1928. He delivered the address of welcome during the ceremony. Source: The Evening Herald, Provo, Utah, May 23, 1928. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Alma Wayment Hansen, father and grandfather, age 96, passed away at the home of his daughter, Joyce Fenner, on December 13, 2002, in Salt Lake City, Utah. He was born August 16, 1906, in Warren, Weber County, Utah, to Louis A. and Martha Ann Wayment Hansen; the fourth child in a family of twelve children. Alma graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1928, then went on to earn both Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees from Brigham Young University. He married Martha Muirbrook on January 5, 1933 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. They had three children. As a life-long educator and learner he taught in the junior high schools of the Weber County School District for three decades. As a teacher of History and Civics he lived what he taught by participating in local and state politics, community activities, and educational organizations. Music was a major part of his life. His singing was enjoyed by many as he performed solos at many functions. In addition he was a member of many church choirs, quartets, the Ogden Choral and most recently the Tri-Valley Singles Choir. He had leads in musicals at both church and college. He enjoyed playing the violin, piano, and especially the harmonica, which he played whenever the opportunity presented itself. He had a passion for baseball and played all positions, including umpire. As an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, he served in many callings that included missionary work, youth leadership, teacher, music director, Bishop, temple worker, and was a faithful home teacher for 80 years. He and his wife wrote family histories and served as family genealogists for many years. His love of traveling took him to many places in Europe, Mexico, Central America, the Dominican Republic, Canada, and the United States, including Alaska and Hawaii. He is survived by his children: sons, Garth (Janice) Hansen, of Prescott, Arizona; Reed (Julie) Hansen, of Vernal, Utah; daughter Joyce (Don) Fenner, Salt Lake City, Utah; three brothers: Levi J. Hansen, Orvel J. Hansen, and Edward J. Hansen, all of Ogden, Utah; sixteen grandchildren; thirty four great grandchildren. Funeral Services were held on Saturday December 21, 2002 in Ogden, Utah. Interment was in the Ogden City Cemetery. The family suggests that donations in his honor may be made to the Perpetual Education Fund of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. [Published in the Deseret News, Wednesday, December 18, 2002.] - Obituary

Hansen, Andrew

Hansen, Andrew

Andrew Hansen

Class of 1910. Andrew Hansen. Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1910, in the Normal Department. Source: 1910 BYU Banyan, BYH section, list on p. 83. [Need his middle name and parents' names.] [TM]

Hansen, Angela
2785 East 3700 North
Layton, Utah 84040-8474 US

Angela and Kent Meacham
  • Work: (801) 771-1967

Class of 1973. Angela Hansen. BYU BS Early Childhood Education 1977. She married Kent F. Meacham.

Hansen, Arthur

Hansen, Arthur

Arthur Hansen

Class of 1920. Arthur Hansen. He received a High School Diploma in 1920. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 268.

Hansen, Betty Ann
372 West 700 North
Lindon, Utah 84042 US

Betty Ann Gibbons
  • Work: (801) 785-8662

Class of 1971. Betty Hansen. BYU 1976. Married ____ Gibbons.

Hansen, Carole
236 Scripps Ct.
Palo Alto, California 94306-4540

Carole Lusebrink

Class of ??

Hansen, Caroline

Caroline Hansen

Class of 1927. Caroline Hansen. Caroline is pictured with the BYH Class of 1927 in the BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section.

Hansen, Celia
6089 N Robinson Ln
Morgan, Utah 84050-9674 US

Celia and Bob Woodcock
  • Cell: 502-222-9255

Class of 1966 - Honorary Member. Celia Mary Hansen. Graduated from Provo High. Married Robert C. Woodcock. They have three children. Celia is a nurse practioner. ~ ~ Previous locations: Yarmouth, Maine; La Grange, Kentucky; Cumberland Foreside, Maine; Cumberland Center, Maine; Provo, Utah.

Hansen, Daniel

Hansen, Daniel

Daniel Hansen

BY Academy High School Normal Class of 1892? Daniel Hansen. Listed as a Junior in the 1891 Normal Commencement Program. Source: Commencement Program of the Normal Class of 1891 on May 21, 1891.

Hansen, Devere

Hansen, Devere

Devere Hansen

Class of 1922. Devere Hansen. Source: 1922 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section.

Hansen, Don (1942)
1735 W. Point Rd.
Spokane, Washington 99201

Don Hansen

Class of 1942. Don Hansen. Student Body President, 1941-1942. Junior Class President, 1940-1941. Basketball, Captain. Track. Banter Student Newspaper Staff. Wildcat Yearbook Staff. Boys' Organization. (See Don's photo with his wife on the Class of 1949 reunion page for 2003.) [Do not confuse with Don HANSON, BYH Class of 1940.]

Hansen, Don Franklin (1946-H)

Hansen, Don Franklin (1946-H)
Springville, Utah US

Don and LaRayne Hansen

Class of 1946 ~ Honorary. Don F. Hansen was in the BYH Class of 1946, but joined the Navy after his junior year, then returned to Provo and graduated from Provo High in 1947. Married LaRayne. (See photo of Don and LaRayne in the Class of 1949 reunion page.) ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Don Franklin Hansen rejoined his Father in Heaven on Jan. 8, 2010. Don resided in Springville, Utah with his wife LaRayne where they raised three sons. Dad's schooling was at B.Y. High & Provo High School. He served our country for 8-years with the U.S. Navy. After his retirement from Geneva Steel/U.S.Steel, he spent many hours camping with friends and family, gardening, and caring for his yard which he truly loved. Dad won several awards for his beautiful yard and lighting displays at Christmas. (Dad's love of Christmas was as if he were still a little boy.) Dad loved to feed the birds in his yard. Sports were a big part of Don's life as he coached baseball for many years, and also coached Bantam basketball. He always found time to follow his sons, grandkids, and great-grandkids to all of their sporting, dance and music events. Dad was known as "The Candy Man" as he always had a pocket full of candy for the kids around him and on the ball fields. Dad was a HUGE BYU fan and followed them daily. We all found much enjoyment in our family camping outings. Who will ever forget Grandpa's harmonica around the campfire and what about the songs and the jokes. Dad had a song for every occasion. His skills as a handyman, mechanic, and inventor made him proud of his accomplishments. Dad loved all of his neighbors. Dad and mom were extraordinary dancers. Dad loved long rides in the car with mom. Most of all dad loved his wife LaRayne and their 59+ years of marriage. His devoted love for his children, 5-grandchildren, and 8 great-grandchildren was unmatched. Don is survived by his wife LaRayne (Jensen) Hansen, his three boys Michael D. Hansen (Lori), Kelly J. Hansen, and Cary Dale Hansen (Debbie). Three sisters Verna Rae Blocker (Jake-deceased), Venice Mae Rogers (Robert-deceased), Gail Vernon (Larry-deceased) and three brothers DeLynn Hansen (Ireta), David Leon Hansen (Dixine), Jack Kent Hansen (Virginia). Don was preceded in death by his parents Frank and Elva Hansen, brothers Jerry Allen Hansen, Ted Hansen, and Terry Lee Hansen. The family would like to thank Janet Lopez and the entire staff of First Choice Hospice Healthcare for their loving care for dad. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2010 at 1 p.m. in the Wheeler Mortuary Chapel, 211 E 200 S, Springville, UT. A viewing will be held from 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. on Tuesday at the mortuary. Burial will be in the Springville Evergreen Cemetery. Condolences may be sent at www.wheelermortuary.com [Daily Provo Herald, January 10, 2010.]

Hansen, Eva

Hansen, Eva

Eva Hansen

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1924. Eva Hansen. She received a BS Degree in English in 1924. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 436.

Hansen, Gail
273 Timber Hollow Street
Henderson, Nevada 89012 US

Gail and Larry Vernon
  • Work: 702-270-9057

Class of 1956. Gail Hansen. Married Larry Vernon while still in high school. My parents are Frank and Elva Hansen who had a family of ten; seven boys and three girls. I married Lawrence Vernon. After High School, we went to the Philippines where our first child was born, a girl Cindy. We returned to Utah after a year where our second child was born, a boy, Craig. Larry attended BYU while I worked at Utah Valley Hospital. We then moved to Maryland where our second son, Bradley was born. Our third son, Corey was born later. We resided in Maryland for thirty-six years, with a three-year tour in Misawa, Japan, as civilians. Larry worked for the Department of Defense and I worked for a major food chain as a front end assistant. We retired and moved to Henderson, Nevada, where Larry passed away in 2001. We had been married for forty-seven years. I currently have seven grandchildren and six great grandchildren. I enjoy dancing and, of course, playing video poker! @2006 ~ ~ ~ ~ Mail sent to ghvernon1@aol.com bounced back. @2010

Hansen, Gordon

Gordon Hansen

Class of 1958 - Honorary. [Students who attended BYH or BYJrH but for one reason or another graduated from other schools.]

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