Alphabetical Alumni

Lowry, Eldon

Eldon Lowry

Class of 1940. Eldon Lowry. School Play. Eldon came to BYH from Kalispell, Montana.

Loy, Traci A.
230 West 1600 South
Orem, Utah 84058-7329 US

Traci and Michael Grenny
  • Work: (801) 756-3737
  • Home: (801) 765-0007

Class of 1973. Traci A. Loy (female). Her parents are Bill and Joy Loy. Traci married Michael M. Grenny. Her work: Total Care Dental, Dental Hygienist, 12 South 1100 East, American Fork, Utah 84003-2815 - (801) 756-3737. Household: Traci Loy Grenny, Michael M. Grenny, Hilarie B. Heint, Brianne Heinz. @2010

Loynd, Gladys A.

Loynd, Gladys A.

Gladys Harrison

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1922. Gladys Loynd [Harrison]. She received an AB Degree in History in 1922. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 196. ~ ~ ~ ~ Gladys A. Loynd was born on January 15, 1901 in Springville, Utah. Her parents were Joseph Loynd and Sarah Ann Briggs Loynd. Gladys died on February 12, 1965.

Ludlow, Agnes

Ludlow, Agnes

Agnes Ludlow

Class of 1920. Agnes Ludlow. She received a BYH Business Diploma in 1920. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 9, page 395.

Ludlow, Carolyn
3625 Morningside Drive
Bloomington, Indiana 47408-4335 US

Carolyn and Brent Sweeny
  • Work: (812) 336-4561

Class of 1973. Carolyn Ludlow. BYU 1977. She married Brent R. Sweeny.

Ludlow, Fern

Ludlow, Fern

Fern Ludlow

Class of 1922. Fern Ludlow. Source: 1922 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section.

Ludlow, Lewis [Jas Lewis or Jay Lewis]

Ludlow, Lewis [Jas Lewis or Jay Lewis]
Hacienda Heights, California US

Lewis and Nina Ludlow

Class of 1932. Lewis Ludlow. Graduated from Brigham Young High School on Thursday, June 2, 1932. Source: The Evening Herald, Provo, Utah, Wednesday, June 1, 1932. ~ ~ ~ ~ Lewis J. Ludlow [or Jas. Lewis Ludlow, or Jay Lewis Ludlow] was born on March 5, 1915 in Benjamin, Utah. His parents were Paul Ludlow and Adlinda "Addie" Ludlow. He married Nina Selma Blank on April 19, 1943 in Glendale, California. Her parents were Albert Blank and Sadie Holbrook Blank. He died on October 28, 1994 in Hacienda Heights, Los Angeles County, California.

Ludlow, Thelma

Ludlow, Thelma

Thelma Ludlow

Classes of 1921 and 1926. Class of 1921. Thelma Ludlow. Source: 1921 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1926. Thelma Ludlow. She received a BYH Normal Diploma in 1926. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 222. ~ ~ ~ ~ Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1929. Thelma Ludlow. She received an AB Degree in Elementary Teaching in 1929. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 222.

Ludlow, Viola

Ludlow, Viola

Viola Ludlow

Class of 1926. Viola Ludlow. She received a BYH Normal Diploma in 1926. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 496.

Ludwig, Edith

Edith Ludwig

Faculty & Staff Late 1950s, including 1957-58.

Luke, Barbara
751 East 560 North
Provo, Utah 84606-1908 US

Barbara Luke
  • Work: (801) 373-2492

Class of 1955. Barbara Luke. Chorus, Thespians, Readings, Childrens Theater, German Club. Barbara Luke was born in Alaska before it became a state, and attended BYU High School in Provo. Her family moved from Anchorage to Provo when she was three, and she grew up in Provo while her father became Mr. Daily Herald as the City Editor of the Provo Daily Herald. After graduating from BY High School, she went on to BYU to pursue her love of dance, but she was lured away at the tender age of twenty to teach dance at a private girls school in Connecticut. There she stayed for the next thirty-five years, marrying, raising a son, and teaching. She retired and returned to Provo to be a companion to her mother in the same house she grew up in. Barbara returns to Connecticut each summer to teach music and movement in an art camp for women. Her other activities are diverse: she works part time for Head Start, plays the recorder with a group, roller blades, hikes, sings with a chorus, and once played bells with a group in Greenwich, Connecticut. In Utah she has found a great group of musicians to play with, a grand group of Rosewood women to explore with, two wonderfully supportive congregations of Unitarian-Universalists who uplift her, and excellent neurologist, a very helpful counselor, and a beautiful yoga teacher who restores her to life. [Former married name: Litchman] @2005 Email sent to blukenoyes@netzero.net bounced back. @2010

Luke, Benjamin

Luke, Benjamin

Benjamin Luke

BY Academy High School Class of 1890, & 1892? Benjamin F. Luke, Elocution. Source: Utah Enquirer, May 23, 1890. ~ ~ ~ ~ BY Academy High School Normal Class of 1892. Benjamin Luke. Listed as a Junior in the 1891 Normal Commencement Program. Source: Commencement Program of the Normal Class of 1891 on May 21, 1891.

Luke, Clinton Lamar

Luke, Clinton Lamar

Clinton Luke

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1934. Clinton Lamar Luke. He received a BS Degree in Music in 1934. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 8, page 398.

Luke, Gary L.
545 S Valley View Drive, Apt 15
St. George, Utah 84770-4488 US

Gary Luke
  • Home: 435-986-8155

Class of 1953? Honorary? Gary L. Luke. [Name, photo does not appear with senior class in 1953 Wildcat yearbook.] @2010

Luke, George Leroy

Luke, George Leroy
Twin Falls, Idaho US

George and Della Luke

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1911. G. L. Luke. He earned a B.A. Degree in 1911. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University (BYU Records Office), Book 5, p. 95. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYA Beaver Branch ~ Murdock Academy, Faculty & Staff. George Leroy Luke, of Manti and Beaver, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ Memoirs of E. E. Erickson, second principal of BYA/Murdock Academy: "George Luke, teacher of physics and mathematics, was also a man of principles and fine character. He did not maintain the silent dignity of the two men previously mentioned [Reinhard Maeser & Alfred Durham], for which I was grateful. From him I learned about the things that went wrong as well as the things that deserved commendation. He became my advisor on administrative matters and my personal friend. He was also the campus handyman, taking care of the plumbing and repairs in general. If anything went wrong we always called George." ~ ~ ~ ~ George Leroy Luke was born November 3, 1881 in Manti, Utah [living in Junction, Piute County, Utah in 1904]. His parents were William Haydock Luke and Annie Martine Ottoson. George married Adella Connell on June 29, 1904 in Salt Lake City, Utah [she was living in Parowan, Iron County, Utah in 1904]. After living in Beaver Utah while he taught at the Murdock Academy in Beaver, Utah, the family moved to Twin Falls, Idaho. G. L. Luke died September 8, 1963 in Twin Falls, Idaho.

Luke, Odeen

Luke, Odeen

Odeen Luke

Class of 1911. Odeen Luke. She received a High School Diploma in 1911. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University (BYU Records Office), Book 5, p. 465.

Luke, Virginia Beth

Luke, Virginia Beth
Seattle, Washington US

Virginia and Jack Fenswick

Class of 1957. Virginia Luke. Debate Region, Radio Speaking, Childrens Theater, Pep Club, Notre Maison President, Thespians, Chorus, Model U.N. She married Jack Fenswick. ~ ~ ~ ~ Virginia Beth Luke was born on October 22, 1939 in Anchorage, Alaska. Her parents were Theron Howard Luke and Zelda Louise Morley Luke. She died on March 16, 1994 in Seattle, Washington. ~ ~ ~ ~ A TRIBUTE: Virginia Beth Luke Fenswick, born on October 22, 1939, and died on March 16, 1994. Virginia was born in Anchorage, Alaska, where her parents had gone on an adventure (there were no jobs to be had in Utah in the mid-1930’s). Upon returning to Utah, the family settled in Provo, where Virginia attended Joaquin Elementary School (now a school of the past), Farrer Junior High School, and then spent three happy years at BY High School, graduating in 1957. There she was an enthusiastic member of several clubs and was known as a good friend to many of her classmates. Eventually, she made her way to Seattle, Washington where she found a place that spoke to her soul. She was one of the first non-native women to fish the waters of Bristol Bay, Alaska, known as “the place where the sea breaks its back”. She fished as a gill-netter alongside her husband, Jack Fenswick, with whom she raised three children and two step-children. As her children grew, her home was always open to their friends who might be in need of a welcoming haven. One young man in particular stayed on and remains a member of the family to this day. She eventually put herself through college, graduating cum laude with a degree in accounting, then took a job with one of the “big eight” accounting firms in the country, then known as Peat, Marwick, and Mitchell. During this time she was also passionately active in the movement for women’s rights, and worked in many advocacy groups for women. The greatest gift she gave her children was the passing on of her own love of adventure. Her sons and daughters learned from her to value life experiences above material things. They fondly recall everything from picnics and camping excursions, to exploring the pyramids of Mexico, and the temples of Japan, with their mother, Virginia. Her laughter and love of life live on in the memories of her family. [Written in memory of Virginia, by her sister, Barbara Luke, in February 2007]

Lund, Anthon H.

Lund, Anthon H.
Provo, Utah US

Anthon Lund

Class of 1891? Faculty & Staff. Anton C. Lund, Music and German teacher, 1895-1917. Anthon Hendrik Lund was born May 15, 1844 at Aalborg, Jutland Amt., Denmark to Hendrik Lund and Anne C. Andersen. He came to America as a convert to the Church. After graduating from Brigham Young Academy in 1891, Anthon H. Lund went on to study at the Royal Conservatory in Leipzig. In 1896 when Professor Henry Giles left the Academy to take a position as music supervisor for the Provo public schools, Giles was replaced by Lund, who was to guide the music department for the next 20 years. Almost immediately upon taking over the helm of the music department, Lund set about making improvements based on the conservatory model he had experienced in Germany. Among his other callings, he served on the Young Men general board, as a mission president, and as president of the Genealogical Society of Utah. He was ordained an Apostle on October 7, 1889 by George Q. Cannon and sustained to the Quorum of the Twelve at that time. President Joseph F.Smith called him to serve as Second Counselor in the First Presidency, which position he held until on April 7, 1910, he was sustained as First Counselor. He fulfilled that calling until President Smith's death. November 19, 1918. Heber J. Grant re-called him as First Counselor on November 23 of the same year and on the same day he was sustained as President of the Quorum of the Twelve. He was married first to Sarah Ann Peterson. He practiced plural marriage and had nine children of record. Anthon H. Lund died March 2, 1921 at Salt Lake City, Utah at the age of seventy-seven.

Lund, Anthony Canute (1891)

Lund, Anthony Canute (1891)
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Anthony & Cornelia Lund

BY Academy High School Class of 1889. A. C. Lund [Anthony -- not Anton] received a Certificate: Bookkeeping. Source: Utah Enquirer, May 28, 1889. ~ ~ ~ ~ BY Academy High School Normal Class of 1891. A. C. Lund. He was the Valedictorian of his class. He received a Normal Diploma on May 21, 1891. Confirmed: BYU Special Collections UA 1008. ~ ~ ~ ~ Anthony Canute Lund ( – June 11, 1935) served as the director of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir in Salt Lake City, Utah from 1916 until 1935. Lund was also a professor of music at Brigham Young Academy and then in 1903 at Brigham Young University. Lund was the son of Swedish immigrant Anthon H. Lund in Ephraim, Utah Territory, and his mother was Sarah Ann Peterson Lund. Anthony C. Lund was born on February 25, 1871. At 18 he was made choir director in Ephraim. In 1889 he graduated from Brigham Young Academy high school, and in 1891 he graduated from Brigham Young Academy as a teacher. He then studied at the Royal Conservatory in Leipzig. He also did studies in London and Paris. His departure from Brigham Young University to direct the Tabernacle Choir was viewed as a loss to BYU. Anthony C. Lund married Cornelia Sorenson. In 1897, Lund became head of what was then the Brigham Young Academy Music Department. Under his direction it was changed from being a department to being a school of music in 1901. He helped recruit Professor Albert Miller to teach and direct the brass band and Academy Orchestra. He continued as head of the Music Department after the school became Brigham Young University. He also was on the faculty of the Utah Conservatory and the McCune School of Music. Lund implemented a European choral sound in the Mormon Tabernacle Choir as its director. While Lund was director, the choir made its first electrical recordings on the Victor Label.

Lund, Blaine
4977 South 1130 West
Murray, Utah 84123-4415

Blaine Lund
  • Work: 801-266-7576

Class of 1952 ~ Honorary. Family home in Modena, Utah. May have attended Cedar City High School for his senior year.

Lund, Christie
Orem, Utah

Christie and Edgar Coles

Dramatist, "The Brothers" a play about Joseph and Hyrum Smith. Christie Lund Coles was born in Salina, Utah, but resided many years in Provo, Utah, where she is a housewife and a free-lance writer. Widely published, Coles has poems in such periodicals as Dialogue, BYU Studies, Western Humanities Review, Saturday Review, Ladies' Home Journal, McCalls, Saturday Evening Post, the New York Times, the New York Herald-Tribune, and the LDS Church Magazines. She published three volumes of verse: Legacy, Some Spring Returning (1958), and Speak to Me (1970). Coles wrote plays, short stories, and poems that won numerous contests. ~ ~ ~ ~ Christie Leona Lund Coles, age 85, of Orem, died September 9, 1991 in Orem. Born August 19, 1906 in Salina, Utah to Christian N. and Cecelia Peterson Lund, Jr. Married Edgar Elroy Coles November 10, 1933 in Tooele, Utah; later solemnized in the Manti LDS Temple. He died December 21, 1979. Christie was an outstanding author, poet and composer. Her poetry was published in many national magazines, including Cosmopolitan, Ladies Home Journal, Saturday Review of Literature, Relief Society and Improvement Era. She published three volumes of poetry. Has served as president of the League of Utah Writers, State Fine Arts Chair for the State Federation of Womens Clubs, and for the Women's Council of Provo. An active member of the LDS Church. Served in the Relief Society, Primary and Young Women's programs. She won many state and national contests, including the Eliza R. Snow Poetry contest. Member of the Sonneteers, and Fine Arts clubs. Survived by a daughter, Mrs. John E. (Carolyn C.) Lewis, Orem; three grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; sister, Ina Elizabeth Hunter, Odgen. Preceded in death by husband, sister, mother and father.

Lund, Eva

Lund, Eva

Eva Lund

Class of 1914. Eva Lund. She received a BYH Music Diploma in 1914. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 5, page 467.

Lund, Gerald Niels
1157 East 1500 South
Bountiful, Utah 84010

Jerry Lund

Faculty & Staff. Gerald N. Lund. BYH Seminary Teacher 1967-68. Born abt 1940, served a full-time mission. Married Retta Lynn Stanard; seven children. He has served as Branch President, Bishop, and Stake President, and is currently a member of the Second Quorum of Seventy beginning in 2002. ~ ~ ~ ~ Elder Gerald N. Lund was serving as president of the Brigham Young University 14th Stake when called as a member of the Second Quorum of the Seventy. He earned a bachelor's and master's degree from BYU and did post-graduate work at Pepperdine University. He retired from the Church Educational System after 34 years, serving in various positions including seminary teacher, institute director, curriculum writer, and a number of administrative assignments. He is the author of numerous articles and popular books, perhaps the best known of which is his "Work and the Glory" series. @2006 ~ ~ ~ ~ MORE BIOGRAPHY: Gerald N. Lund (1939– ) Born in Fountain Green, Utah. Married to R. Lynn Stanard; seven children. His teaching career began in 1965 in Midvale, Utah. After two and half years he left to teach seminary at Brigham Young High School in Provo, Utah, for one year while completing a master’s degree. Afterward he was assigned to Walnut, California, serving as the director for the institute program at Mount San Antonio College. During this time he studied at Pepperdine University. In 1974, he was assigned to the central office, eventually serving as director of college curriculum, and later as director of training. In 1986 he was appointed as the first zone administrator over the central office, serving there until his retirement in 1999. In 2002 he was called as a member of the Second Quorum of the Seventy, a position he served in until being released in 2008. Source.

Lund, Ida Coombs

Lund, Ida Coombs
Provo, Utah US

Ida Lund

Faculty & Staff. Ida Coombs Lund, Training School, 1897-1880.

Lund, Thomas

Thomas Lund

Class of 1913. Thomas Lund. Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1913. Name on list, but no photo. Source 1: 1913 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, pages 63-81. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1913. Thomas Lund. He received a BYH Commercial Diploma in 1913. Source 2: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 7, page 144.

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