Alphabetical Alumni
Lundell, Carl Edgar

Lundell, Carl Edgar

Carl Lundell

Class of 1916. Carl Edgar Lundell. Graduated from Brigham Young High School, Agriculture Department, in 1916. Source 1: 1916 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, about 23 pages, not numbered. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1916. Carl Edgar Lundell. He received a High School Diploma in 1916. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 7, page 146.

Lundell, Edith

Lundell, Edith

Edith Lundell

Class of 1921. Edith Lundell. She received a BYH Normal Certificate in 1921. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 380.

Lundell, Harold M. [not Lindell,]

Lundell, Harold M. [not Lindell,]
Duchesne, Utah US

Harold +2 Lundell

Classes of 1917 and 1918. Class of 1917. Harold M. Lindell [actually Lundell]. He received an Academic High School Diploma in 1917. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 32. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1918. Harold Lundell. He graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1918. Source: 1918 BYU Banyan, High School section, pages 60-79. ~ ~ ~ ~ Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1924. Harold M. Lindell [actually Lundell]. He received a BS Degree in Agronomy in 1924. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 32. ~ ~ ~ ~ Harold M. Lundell was born on April 18, 1898 in Benjamin, Utah. His parents were Anders Gotfred (Godfrey) Lundell and Charlotta Mattson Lundell. ~ ~ Harold married twice: First, to Mary Alta Olson [or Alta Mary Olson] on February 20, 1925. Alta Mary Olson was born on January 31, 1903 in Levan, [or Fairview] Utah. Her parents were Heber Seth Olson and Pauline Dreyer Olson. Alta Mary Olson Lundell died on February 27, 1933 in Vernal, Utah. Her interment, Maeser Fairview Cemetery, Utah. ~ ~ Harold second married Sarah Ruth Hart on May 8, 1935 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Sarah Ruth Hart was born on June 15, 1907 in Wardboro, Bear Lake County, Idaho. Her parents were Alfred Augustus Hart and Sarah Cecilia Patterson Hart. Sarah Ruth Hart Lundell died on March 8, 1970 in Duchesne, Utah. Her interment, Vernal, Utah. ~ ~ Harold M. Lundell died on June 29, 1955 in Provo, Utah. His interment, Vernal, Utah. Vernal Express, September 18, 1947.

Lundquist, Junior

Lundquist, Junior
Provo, Utah US

Junior Lundquist

Faculty & Staff. Junior Lundquist, Band/Orchestra instructor, 1938-1939.

Lybbert, Jacob Norman

Lybbert, Jacob Norman
Moses Lake, Washington US

J. N. and Elma/Orva Lybbert

Class of 1910. J. N. Lybbert. Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1910, in the Normal Department. Source: 1910 BYU Banyan, BYH section, list on p. 83. ~ ~ ~ ~ Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1915. Jacob N. Lyffert [actually Lybbert]. He received an AB Degree (German) in 1915. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 8, page 354. ~ ~ ~ ~ Jacob Norman Lybbert was born on April 24, 1886 in Vernal, Utah. His parents were Christian Frederick Bernhard Lybbert and Antonette [or Anthonette] Marie Olsen Lybbert. He married twice: First, to Elma Goodrich on August 30, 1912 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Elma Merrell Goodrich was born on March 12, 1895 in Naples, near Vernal, Utah. Her parents were Albert Gardner Goodrich and Lydia Merrell. They had up to eight children together. She died on September 13, 1926 in Vernal, Utah at the age of about 31. Her interment, Naples, Vernal, Utah. He second married Orva Luella Eaton on May 24, 1929 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Orva was born on July 22, 1909 in Vernal, Utah. Her parents were Henson Claudest Eaton and Luella May Hatch Eaton. She died on January 23, 1992. Jacob Norman Lybbert died on January 19, 1977 in Moses Lake, Washington. Interment, Moses Lake, Grant County, Washington.

Lyman, Anna B.

Lyman, Anna B.
Provo, Utah US

Anna B. Lyman

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

Lyman, Cynthia

Lyman, Cynthia
Tridell, Utah US

Cynthia Lyman

BYH Class of 1924. Cynthia Lyman of Tridell, Utah, received her secondary education at Brigham Young High School in Provo. She is listed as a 4th Year (senior) student at BYH in the Class of 1924. She continued her education as a BYU Freshman in 1925. Background sources: BYU/BYH Annual Catalogues for the School Years 1923-24, 1924-25, and 1925-26.

Lyman, F. M., Jr.

Lyman, F. M., Jr.
Tooele, Utah US

F. M. Lyman

BY Academy High School Class of 1883. F. M. Lyman, Jr. of Tooele, Utah. Graduated Friday, June 15, 1883, with a Bookkeeping certificate, a Surveying certificate, and a Theology certificate. Source: Territorial Enquirer, Friday, June 15, 1883.

Lyman, Geneva

Lyman, Geneva

Geneva Lyman

Class of 1925. Geneva Lyman. She graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1925. Source: Class Roll in the program of Closing Exercises of the Senior High School Class, Brigham Young University, 1925. At Commencement she sang a duet with Nevia Vera Mower, titled, "Oh That We Two Were Maying."

Lyman, Katheryn
Provo, Utah

Katheryn Lyman

Faculty & Staff Early 1960s, including 1962-63 - Curriculum Writer.

Lyman, Laura [A. Laura]

Lyman, Laura [A. Laura]

Laura Lyman

BY Academy Collegiate Class of 1897. Laura Lyman. Received the degree of Bachelor of Pedagogy (B. Pd.) on May 27, 1897. Source 1: The (Provo) Daily Enquirer, May 27, 1897. ~ ~ ~ ~ Source 2: [A. Laura Lyman. Name contained in an informal "Cast of Characters" graduation / advertising program of 1897.] ~ ~ ~ ~ Source 3: Students Record of Class Standings B. Y. Academy, Book 1, page 38. ~ ~ ~ ~ Source 4: A. Laura Lyman. Program, Brigham Young Academy Exercises, Class of ' 97 Normal Department. ~ ~ ~ ~

Lyman, Mary C.

Lyman, Mary C.
Provo, Utah US

Mary Lyman

BY Academy High School Normal Class of 1891. Mary Lyman. Received a Normal Diploma on May 21, 1891. At Commencement Exercises she served as Foreteller of the Future. Source: Graduation Program of the Normal Class of 1891. Confirmed: BYU Special Collections UA 1008. ~ ~ ~ ~ Faculty & Staff. Mary C. Lyman, Training School, 1891-1893.

Lyman, Myron/Homer/Oscar

Lyman, Myron/Homer/Oscar
Teasdale, Tridell, Provo, Utah US

Myron/Homer/Oscar Lyman

Class of 1924. A photograph in the composite BYH Class of 1924 shows a male student with the surname Lyman. Source: 1924 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section. ~ ~ ~ ~ There are 3 male Lyman students in BYH at that time, and it could be any one of the 3. ~ ~ ~ ~ First, there is Myron K. Lyman of Teasdale, Utah, who is listed as a 4th Year (senior) student in 1923. ~ ~ ~ ~ Second, there is Homer A. Lyman of Teasdale & Provo, Utah, who is listed as a 4th Year (senior) student in 1924. ~ ~ ~ ~ Third, there is Oscar M. Lyman of Tridell & Provo, Utah, who is also listed as a 4th Year (senior) student in 1924. - - Background sources: BYU/BYH Annual Catalogues for the School Years 1923-24, 1924-25, and 1925-26.

Lyman, Richard Roswell

Lyman, Richard Roswell
Provo, Utah US

Richard and Amy Lyman

BY Academy High School Class of 1889. Board of Trustees, 1939 to 1944. Richard R. Lyman received a Certificate: Bookkeeping. Source: Utah Enquirer, May 28, 1889. ~ ~ ~ ~ BY Academy Normal Class of 1891. Richard Roswell Lyman. He served as President of the High School Normal Senior Class of 1891. Received a Normal Diploma on May 21, 1891. Source: Graduation Program of the Normal Class of 1891. Confirmed: BYU Special Collections UA 1008. ~ ~ ~ ~ Board of Trustees, 1939 to 1944. ~ ~ ~ ~ Faculty & Staff. Richard R. Lyman, BYA Mathematics and Physics teacher, 1895-1896. Richard Roswell Lyman was a member of the Council of Twelve Apostles. He was born Nov. 23, 1870, at Fillmore, Millard County, Utah, the son of Francis M. Lyman and Clara Caroline Callister. His father was president of the Council of the Twelve for thirteen years and a member of that Council thirty-six years. Amasa M. Lyman, the grandfather of Richard R. Lyman, was a member of the Council of the Twelve for twenty-eight years. On his mother's side, Richard R. Lyman belonged to the fifth generation of members of the Church. His great grandfather, John Smith, the Prophet's uncle, was one of the presiding Patriarchs of the Church. The mother of this Patriarch also belonged to the Church. Richard R. Lyman's grandmother, on his mother's side, was Caroline Smith Callister, the only sister of the late George A. Smith, who was a counselor to President Brigham Young. In April, 1878, at the age of seven years, he moved with his father's family to Tooele, Tooele County, Utah, where his father had been called to preside over the Tooele Stake of Zion. Richard R. Lyman was baptized July 29, 1879, and soon afterwards ordained a Deacon. At the age of eight (in the summer of 1879), Richard R. was placed in charge of his father's fine driving team and Concord buggy. While he was not big enough to hitch the team to the buggy, the team being unusually full of life, he took pride, under his father's direction and encouragement, in keeping the horses, harness, buggy and barn in clean and first class condition. In 1881-1882 he drove team for both his father and President Heber J. Grant, who had succeeded his father as president of the Tooele Stake. It always afforded the boy great joy to meet President Grant at the Tooele station or at Lake Point with his fine team, and he never forgot with what relish he ate candy and raisins with President Grant, as they rode together from the station or went about Tooele County on Stake business. In the fall of 1882, at the age of twelve, Richard R. was sent to Provo to attend school in the Brigham Young Academy. He was a student in that institution when the fire occurred which made it necessary to move the educational institution into another part of the city. Richard R. spent two summers working at the "Mill" located near E T City, on the shore of Great Salt Lake. Here he milked many cows, assisted in hauling logs for lumber, out of the mountains, etc. For two years Richard R. worked at the ranch of Hyrum E. Booth, near Grantsville, and he regarded the training given him and hard work he was required to do by Hyrum E. Booth and his industrious wife and family as one of the most valuable trainings that came into his life. An expert gardener from England pruned the trees, planted and cared for the garden and did the irrigating on the two homes belonging to Francis M. Lyman in Tooele. When this work was turned over later to Richard R. as a boy, he followed the example set for him by the English gardener. In August, 1888, with his sister Mary, he went to the Brigham Young Academy at Provo to study. At that time this educational institution was under the able leadership of Karl G. Maeser. Richard R. was ordained a Teacher by Bishop Thos. Atkin, Jr., Sept. 16, 1888. While attending school in Provo, Richard R. began a courtship with Miss Amy Brown, which covered continuously a period of eight years. To this girl, whom he married Sept. 9, 1896 (President Joseph F. Smith performing the ceremony), Richard R. always regarded himself as greatly indebted for whatever degree of success came to him in the business world, in the educational field or in Church work. After a summer of hard work at Grantsville, Richard R. and his sister Mary were sent by their father to the Brigham Young College at Logan, which institution then was under the direction of Dr. Joseph M. Tanner. During this school year (1889-1890), Richard R. began his labors as an assistant teacher in the college. While in Logan he took out special certificates in plane and solid geometry, algebra and physiology. The following year, in Provo, his studies covered trigonometry, analytic geometry, theory of teaching, psychology, logic, surveying, physics and rhetoric. During the summer of 1890, Richard R. was employed as a bookkeeper in the combined jewelry and furniture store of T. B. Cardon & Co. at Logan, and during the summer of 1891 he was bookkeeper for the Utah Manufacturing & Building Co. at Mill Creek, near Salt Lake City. Thus far during his school life Richard R. had been required to furnish his own clothing, his own books and his own spending money, while his father had paid his tuition and board. When Richard R. now asked his father for an opportunity to go East to college, the father offered to lend him the necessary means for a period of four years, an offer which the son promptly accepted. Repaying this money and the interest on it at the rate of 10 per cent, required a period of seven years, the principal amounting to nearly $2500. Richard R. was ordained an Elder, Aug. 29, 1891, by Joseph F. Smith and after he went East to study. While he attended the University at Ann Arbor, primarily for the purpose of studying mathematics with the thought of teaching in the Brigham Young University at Provo, and while he registered in the department of civil engineering, he devoted a great deal of time to the study of literature, history and public speaking. During his sophomore year he was elected president of his class and was elected to the same position a second time during his senior year. Richard R. spent all his vacations in hard work; one was devoted to the study of chemistry at the University at Michigan, while two were devoted to traveling through the State selling school supplies for a business firm at Chicago, and one was spent as assistant mine and railroad surveyor in the Tintic mining district, Utah. The school year 1895-1896 was spent in the Brigham Young University as principal of the High School and head of the department of mathematics and physics. Beginning in the fall or 1896 and continuing until the spring of 1918, Richard R. Lyman, in the University of Utah, passed through all the grades of instructor, assistant professor, associate professor and full professor in charge of the department of civil engineering. He held a full professorship and was head of the department for eighteen years. With his family Professor Lyman spent the summer of 1902 doing advanced work in the University of Chicago; thence he went to Cornell University where he was given a residence credit of three years. While there, with the class of 1903, he was graduated with the degree of M. C. E. (Master of Civil Engineering). In the spring of 1904 he was elected by the faculty of Cornell University to membership in the society of The Sigma Xi, a scientific organization into which only those who have achieved marked success and have unusual ability in the line of scientific investigation and research are supposed to be received. With the class of 1905 he was graduated with the degree of Ph. D. (Doctor of Philosophy). In one year he was awarded the only scholarship offered by the college of civil engineering and during another the only fellowship offered by that same department. From 1909 to 1918 he served as vice-chairman of the Utah State Road Commission. During this nine years of service the work of the State Road Commission, from a beginning with little funds, so advanced that at the expiration of this time the State Road Commission was expending in the neighborhood of three-fourths to a million dollars annually. The Utah State Road Commission was created in 1909 and Richard R. Lyman was one of its original members and its first vice-chairman, which position he held during the whole nine years. He served as city engineer of Provo, was transitman on a railroad survey from Springville through Hobble Creek Canyon toward the Uintah reservation for Jesse Knight in 1898, and designed and superintended the construction of waterwork systems in nearly all the towns and smaller cities of Utah and many in Idaho and Wyoming. For years he conducted an office as a civil and consulting engineer. At various times he served as chief engineer and consulting engineer for the following companies: Melville Irrigation Company, Delta, Utah; Deseret Irrigation Company, Oasis, Utah; Oasis Land & Irrigation Company, with headquarters in Salt Lake City, Utah; Delta Land & Water Company of Salt Lake City, Utah; Utah County Light & Power Company, American Fork, Utah, and Utah Copper Company of Salt Lake City. He was one of the original directors of the Intermountain Life Insurance Company and is at present serving as vice-president of this company. He was also president of the Giant Racer Company, vice-president of the Ensign Amusement Company, director of the Pleasant Green Water Company, president of the Lyman-Callister Company, and director of Heber J. Grant & Co. Bro. Lyman had experience in the Brigham Young University as a Priest, administering the Sacrament and doing other similar service. From the fall of 1895 to the summer of 1896 he acted as a counselor to Bryant S. Hinckley, superintendent of the Mutual Improvement Associations of the Utah Stake, when the Utah Stake embraced all of Utah county. In 1897 (Sept. 12th), he was ordained a High Priest by President Angus M. Cannon and set apart as superintendent of the YMMIA of Salt Lake Stake, which Stake then included the whole of Salt Lake County. He continued to serve in this capacity until the spring of 1902, when he, with his family, went to the University of Chicago, and later to Cornell University. For several years Bro. Lyman acted as supervisor of the parents' classes of the Ensign Stake. He was ordained an Apostle and set apart as a member of the Council of Twelve Apostles by President Joseph F. Smith April 7, 1918, in the Salt Lake Temple, assisted by Presidents Anthon H. Lund and Charles W. Penrose and the members of the Council of the Twelve. Richard R. Lyman and his wife, Amy B. Lyman, had two children, namely, Wendell Brown Lyman, born Dec. 18, 1897, in Salt Lake City, and Margaret Lyman, born Sept. 15, 1903, at Ithaca, New York. Despite the greatness of his intellect, his spiritual achievements and a distinguished ancestry, Elder Lyman fell into transgression and was excommunicated November 12, 1943. It is not the policy of the Church to publicize the reasons for disciplinary action, but it was the result of a personal transgression and not apostasy. Richard R. Lyman was rebaptized into the Church October 27, 1954. He died December 31, 1963 at Salt Lake City, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ In 1941, Richard R. Lyman started the Emeritus Club of the BYU Alumni Association, and he was elected its first president. About 150 "oldtimers" gathered for the first Alumni Emeritus Banquet during commencement week of 1941. Diantha Billings Worsley, Emma Stubbs Taylor, Alice Smoot Newell, Mary E. Cluff Little (?), Charles Albert Glazier, and Samuel ~ ~ BRIEF BIOGRAPHY: Richard R. Lyman (18791963) Born in Fillmore, Utah. Married to Amy Brown; two children. He attended Brigham Young College in Logan, Utah, and Brigham Young Academy in Provo, Utah. He later attended the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor and earned a doctorate degree in engineering from Cornell University. He served as head of the Department of Engineering at the University of Utah. In 1918 he was ordained as an Apostle and he then served as Assistant Commissioner of Education under then-Elder David O. McKay, who was Church Commissioner of Education. He then served as president of the European Mission from 1936 to 1938. He was excommunicated in 1943 but was rebaptized in 1954. Source.

Lyman, Robyn
8925 E 10000 N
Tridell, Utah 84076 US

Robyn Lyman
  • Work: (435) 247-2428

Class of 1966 - Honorary Member.

Lyman, Willis J.

Lyman, Willis J.

Willis Lyman

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1932. Willis J. Lyman. He received a BS Degree in 1932. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 5, page 470.

Lysenko, Fedor

Lysenko, Fedor
Provo, Utah US

Fedor and Bertha Lysenko

BYH Staff. Fedor Lysenko. Fedor Lysenko was a beloved staff member, working on the maintenance staff at BYH and at BYU in the 1960s. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Fedor Lysenko, age 87, passed away Monday, February 9, 1998 in his sleep at the Utah Valley Regional Medical Center. Fedor was born May 17, 1910 in Lusanovka, Ukraine to Paul & Olga Lysenko. He was the oldest of five children. Fedor married Bertha Seibel on April 18, 1935 in Ukraine, and their son, Peter, was born a year later, in 1936. Their daughter, Louise, was born in 1948 while they were living in Belgium. In 1953 the family immigrated to the United States, making their home in Provo. Fedor worked for Provo Brick and Tile for 13 years and later worked for BYU, Provo City, and Utah Savings and Loan. He was a member of the LDS Church. Fedor is survived by his wife, Bertha, of Provo; his son, Peter Lysenko of Provo; and daughter, Louise Dozier of Kamas, Utah. He is also survived by six grand- children, and nine great- grand- children. Funeral services were held Friday, February 13, 1998 at the Edgemont Eighth Ward Chapel in Provo. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. [Provo Daily Herald, February 10, 1998.] ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS WIFE'S OBITUARY: Bertha Seibel Lysenko, a rightful member of "The Greatest Generation," passed away of natural causes at home on Monday, April 16, 2007. She was surrounded by loving family members. Born in 1914, in Seibelsdorf, Ukraine, of German heritage, she married Fedor Lysenko on April 18, 1935, and their son Peter was born in 1963. The family crossed Europe after World War II, and their daughter Louise was born in 1948 while they were living in Belgium. In 1935, they immigrated to the United States, making their home in Provo. Bertha worked for 19 years as a seamstress at Barbizon. She joined the LDS Church while living in Germany. Fedor preceded her in death in 1998. Bertha is survived by her son, Peter Lysenko of Provo, and her daughter, Louise Dozier, of Kamas, Utah. She is also survived by 6 grand- children and 19 great- grand- children. A viewing will be held Sunday evening, April 22nd at the Berg Mortuary in Provo from 6-8 PM. Services will be held Monday, April 23, at 10:30 AM at the Edgemont 8th Ward Chapel, 3050 Mojave Lane, Provo. Friends may also call at the Ward Chapel from 9-10:15 AM before the Services. Condolences may be sent to info@bergmortuary.com [Provo Daily Herald, April 20, 2007.] See photo. Their son, Peter Lysenko, married Janelle Brimhall [BYH Class of 1955], and Peter and Janelle served as members of the Brigham Young Academy Foundation that helped save the historic BYA Building.

Lysenko, Peter

Lysenko, Peter
(See Brimhall, Janelle, Lysenko)

Peter Lysenko

Member, BY Academy Foundation. Peter Lysenko. See also Brimhall, Janelle, Lysenko.

Lytle, Roy E.

Lytle, Roy E.

Roy Lytle

Class of 1917. Roy E. Lytle. Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1917. Source 1: 1917 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, pages 82-88. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1917. Roy Lytle (not Lythe). He received a High School Diploma in 1917. Source 2: B.Y. University, Book 8, page 254.

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