Alphabetical Alumni

Martin, Geneal [Jeneal]
San Clemente, California US

Jeneal Detterich
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Class of 1941. Geneal (Jeneal) Martin. Secretary - Treasurer of the Senior Class of 1940-1941. Fauvines. Notre Maison. School Play. Student Newspaper Staff. Sophomore Class Vice President. Geneal was an unusually beautiful girl. Her parents: Joseph Virl Martin born in 1893 in Provo, Utah and Mary Ila Loveless Martin, born in 1895 in Provo. They married on March 3, 1915. Virl Martin died on April 9, 1949 in Provo, Utah and Mary Ila Martin died December 30, 1982, in San Clemente, California. Geneal Martin is their only daughter. Virl Martin was a pianist who was known as the "Music Man" in Provo. August 7, 2006: We have received a request for copies of any reunion photographs, or other photos that include Geneal. Contact: CidBurrows@email.uophx.edu

Martin, Helen

Martin, Helen
Heber City, Utah US

Helen and Willard Draper

Class of 1941. Helen Martin. Opera. Fauvines. Notre Maison. Helen married Willard Jesse Draper, June 13, 1945, Salt Lake City, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ Helen Martin was born on December 4, 1921 in Provo, Utah. Her parents: Dr. Thomas Lysons Martin and Hattie Paxman Martin. She died on February 22, 1989 in Heber, Utah. Interment, Heber City Cemetery. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents: . The children of Dr. Thomas and Hattie Martin: William Paxman Martin of Arizona, [a BYH debate coach 1928-1931?]; James Paxman Martin, BYH Class of 1933; Beth Martin Warnick, Colorado; Ruth Martin Duncan, Wisconsin; ; Thomas Paxman "Pax" (Ivy Elaine) Martin [BYH Class of 1935]; and Helen Martin Draper, BYH Class of 1941.

Martin, Herman S. [Simon?]

Martin, Herman S. [Simon?]
Provo, Utah US

Herman and Daisy Martin

Brigham Young Academy High School "Commercial College" Class of 1892. Herman Martin. "Mr. Herman Martin also received a certificate as the first graduate of the Commercial College." [at age 21]. Source: Provo Daily Enquirer, May 20, 1892. [This certificate is considered a high school document, since all subsequent graduates from the "Commercial College" without bachelor's degrees were high school graduates.] ~ ~ ~ ~ Herman Martin was a banker in Provo in the 1890s [cashier at the First National Bank in Provo, later a member of the Provo banking firm of Schwazer and Martin.] and early 1900s. He was a member of the Garden City Lodge 10 of the Knights of Pythias. ~ ~ ~ ~ News Article, February 1901: Romance ~ Two Prominent Provo People Married. The last act to a romance of no mean proportions or interest was performed and the curtain rung down on a matrimonial drama which almost merged into comedy and tragedy, when Justice of the Peace Thomas Champneys performed the marriage ceremony which bound together Herman S. Martin and Miss Daisy Moore of Provo late Saturday afternoon in this city [Ogden]. Martin is a young man of good business ability. He became engaged in the banking business at Provo with Rodney Swazey about [18]92 or [18]93 and shortly after was married to [Edith Beck, on September 12, 1894 in Provo] the daughter of Josiah Beck, a prominent jeweler of Provo. His newly made wife was an accomplished and prepossessing young lady and for a time their matrimonial bark sailed over smooth seas with a warm sun shining above and apparently nothing but fair weather ahead. Before long, however, his wife began to be jealous and looked with considerable suspicion upon the actions of her husband on account of his remaining away from home until a late hour in the night. She accused him of infidelity and charged Miss Moore, who was then a teacher in the public schools, as the co-respondent. This of course, Mr Martin denied, and claimed that the business at the bank was the cause of his being up late. Not to be put off and satisfied by any such excuse, she resolved to find out and so one evening she secreted herself where she would be able to see her husband leave the bank in case he might be in there. After a lengthy wait, and during the small hours, her watch was rewarded by seeing her hubby and Miss Moore emerge with stealthy step. Then a scene ensued in which the blonde locks of Miss Moore were made the object of attention, and after a sharp and determined conflict the little wife declared herself the winner, and marched the banker home. Proceedings for divorce were instituted on the part of the wife during the pending of which she met her rival on the street where another encounter took place in which parasols were freely used. The complaint in the case made such charges against Miss Moore that the school board decreed that an investigation of her alleged acts should be made. This was had and she was exonerated, but later resigned her position. A decree was granted by stipulation to the plaintiff after a considerable length of time, and shortly after the ex-Mrs. Martin went to Berlin to complete her musical education. Being free to wed again, the banker waited until interest in the matter subsided and then had the ceremony performed which made Miss Moore Mrs Martin No. 2. [Ogden Standard Examiner, February 11, 1901.] ~ ~ ~ ~ Daisy S. Moore was born on July 3, 1874 in Provo, Utah. Her parents were Stephen Bliss Moore and Eleanor Roseltha Colton Moore. Daisy Moore Martin died on September 27, 1963. ~ ~ ~ ~ A woman named Daisy Moore Martin received a B.A. Degree from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, approved by the University Senate October 6, 1919, and apparently awarded in November 1919. A photograph of Daisy Moore Martin appears in the 1920 Illio [University of Illinois yearbook]. ~ ~ ~ ~ Note: Despite the divorce, Edith Beck continued to use the surname Martin, including 1916, when her mother, Mrs. Josiah Beck, visited her daughter in Carbon County. [News Advocate Carbon County News Newspaper, News Advocate, October 12, 1916.] ~ ~ ~ ~ Herman S. Martin appears to have been born in April 1871 in California [El Dorado?]. His parents: Simon Bolivar Martin (b. West Virginia in 1829) and Mary Ann Swasey (b. Woodstock, New Hampshire in 1838), and married about 1850. They appear to have moved to El Dorado, California.

Martin, James Paxman

Martin, James Paxman

James Martin

Class of 1933. James Paxman Martin. He played a forward on the basketball team at least during 1930-1931. He was also a member of the Debate Team during the 1930-1931 school year, at least. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents: Dr. Thomas Lysons Martin and Hattie Paxman Martin. The children of Dr. Thomas and Hattie Martin included: William Paxman Martin of Arizona, [a BYH debate coach 1928-1931?]; James Paxman Martin, BYH Class of 1933; Beth Martin Warnick, Colorado; Ruth Martin Duncan, Wisconsin; ; Thomas Paxman "Pax" (Ivy Elaine) Martin, BYH Class of 1935; and Helen Martin Draper, BYH Class of 1941.

Martin, Kathy
Last Known Address: PO Box 1383
26 Evergreen Dr
Duck Creek Village, Utah 84762 US

Kathy Martin
  • Home: 435-682-3626 [A. Neilson]

Class of 1961. Kathy Martin. Dramatics, Forensics, Hi-Steppers, Hi-Stepper Service Award, Seminary Graduate. ~ ~ ~ ~ Parents: Merrill Melvin Martin and Dona Marie Daniels Martin. Their children: two daughters: Kathy Martin [Class of 1961] of Henderson, Nevada; and Kristy Martin [Class of 1970] Lamb (John), Provo; two sons, Melvin M. Martin [BYH Class of 1966] (Cathie), of El Dorado Hills, California; and Kerry D. Martin [Class of 1973] (Virginia) of Orem; and foster daughter Vanta Cooley (Jonnie), Whiteriver, Arizona. ~ ~ ~ ~ Duck Creek Village, UT, Cedar City, UT, Henderson, NV, Lake Isabella, CA @2011

Martin, Kerry D.
476 West 150 North
Orem, Utah 84057

Kerry and Virginia Martin
  • Work: (801) 226-0102

Class of 1973. Class Vice-President. BYU BS Business Retailing 1984. Married Virginia Holt; she is now deceased. His parents: Merrill Melvin Martin and Dona Marie Daniels Martin. Their children: two daughters: Kathy Martin [Class of 1961] of Henderson, Nevada; and Kristy Martin [Class of 1970] Lamb (John), Provo; two sons, Melvin M. Martin [BYH Class of 1966] (Cathie), of El Dorado Hills, California; and Kerry D. Martin [Class of 1973] (Virginia) of Orem; and foster daughter Vanta Cooley (Jonnie), Whiteriver, Arizona. @2004

Martin, Kristy
Provo, Utah US

Kristy and John Lamb

Class of 1970. Kristy Martin. Her parents: Merrill Melvin Martin and Dona Marie Daniels Martin. Their children: two daughters: Kathy Martin [Class of 1961] of Henderson, Nevada; and Kristy Martin [Class of 1970] Lamb (John), Provo; two sons, Melvin M. Martin [BYH Class of 1966] (Cathie), of El Dorado Hills, California; and Kerry D. Martin [Class of 1973] (Virginia) of Orem; and foster daughter Vanta Cooley (Jonnie), Whiteriver, Arizona. @2004

Martin, Melvin M.
2611 Highland Hills Dr.
El Dorado Hills, California 95762-4403 US

Mort & Cathie Martin
  • Cell: 916-869-2358
  • Home: 916-933-2488

Class of 1966. Melvin M. "Mort" Martin. 1966 BYH Senior Class Social Chair. BYU, Marketing Specialist, Owns own corporation, Skyline Enterprises. Family performed music as a group, Wife, Catrina "Cathie" O, Three boys, Two Girls. ~ ~ ~ ~ His Parents: Merrill Melvin Martin and Dona Marie Daniels Martin. Their children: two daughters: Kathy Martin [Class of 1961] of Henderson, Nevada; and Kristy Martin [Class of 1970] Lamb (John), Provo; two sons, Melvin M. Martin [BYH Class of 1966] (Cathie), of El Dorado Hills, California; and Kerry D. Martin [Class of 1973] (Virginia) of Orem; and foster daughter Vanta Cooley (Jonnie), Whiteriver, Arizona. ~ ~ ~ ~ Alternate emails: mcskyline@sbcglobal.net & catrinamartin@sbcglobal.net & mortmartin@sbcglobal.net @2016 Mort & Catrina attended the 50th Anniversary Reunion of the BYH Class of 1966 on September 2, 2016. "Catrina and I still live in California, still run our solar contracting business, put on Easter concerts, play Pickle Ball, and ride dirt bikes and street bikes -- motorcycles."

Martin, Robert Kenneth
110 North Terry Avenue
Clovis, California 93612-0128 US

Bob Martin
  • Work: 559-298-5561, 559-278-2274
  • Home: 559-298-5561

Class of 1960. Robert K. Martin. 1959 Student Body Social Chair. Football Co-Captain, All Region Football, Basketball, All Region Basketball, Baseball, Lettermen President, Concert Band Vice President, Senior Honor Panel, Seminary Graduate, Soph Class Social Chair. BYU BS Physical Education - Men 1967. PhD - Dr. Robert K. Martin, Professor, CSU-Fresno Department of Physical Therapy. @2010

Martin, Thomas L. (1910)

Martin, Thomas L. (1910)

Thomas Martin

Class of 1910. Thomas L. Martin. Graduated from Brigham Young High School with a High School Diploma in 1910. Source: Annual Record, B. Y. University (BYU Records Office), Book 4, page 353. ~ ~ ~ ~ Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1912. Thomas L. Martin. He received a B.A. Degree in 1912. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 4, page 353.

Martin, Thomas Paxman (1935)

Martin, Thomas Paxman (1935)
Sunnyside, Washington US

Paxman and Elaine Martin

Class of 1935. Thomas Paxman Martin. Basketball. [Note: He was commonly called Paxman Martin.] ~ ~ ~ ~ The BYH graduation date of Paxman Martin confirmed in graduating class list, Salt Lake Telegram, May 7, 1935, p. 14 ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: Dr. Thomas Lysons Martin and Hattie Paxman Martin. The children of Dr. Thomas and Hattie Martin: William Paxman Martin of Arizona, [a BYH debate coach 1928-1931?]; James Paxman Martin, BYH Class of 1933; Beth Martin Warnick, Colorado; Ruth Martin Duncan, Wisconsin; ; Thomas Paxman "Pax" (Ivy Elaine) Martin [BYH Class of 1935]; and Helen Martin Draper, BYH Class of 1941. ~ ~ ~ ~ OBITUARY: Thomas Paxman "Pax" Martin, age 76, our beloved father, grandfather and friend, passed away Saturday, September 11, 1993 peacefully at his home in Sunnyside, Washington. He was born April 11, 1917 in American Fork, Utah, the son of Dr. Thomas Lysons Martin and Hattie (Paxman) Martin. He grew up in Utah and went on a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to West Germany between 1937-1939. He graduated from Brigham Young University and Utah State in Dairy Manufacturing and attended the University of California at Davis for one year on an internship. He married Ivy Elaine Erickson on July 13, 1940 in Manti, Utah in the Manti Temple. In May of 1942 they moved to Sunnyside, Washington. He worked for Morning Milk, Carnation Co., Maid O' Clover and Freeburg's Self-Serve Gas. In 1960 to 1962 he went back to school and obtained his teaching credentials and started teaching in 1962 at Sunnyside Junior High in the Special Education Class. He taught for 15 1/2 years, retiring in 1978. Thomas was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, where he was always active in the Scouting program. He and his wife, Elaine, served a mission together in Germany from 1983 to 1985 for the church. He is well loved, for he was a caring man who loved his family and friends. Thomas is survived by his wife, Ivy Elaine Martin of Sunnyside; two daughters, Beverly Shepherd and husband, John, Woodburn, Oregon and Judy Hendricks and husband, Lynald, Kennewick, Washington; two sons, Thomas A. Martin and wife, Kay of Provo, Utah; and Dr. Gary Martin and wife, Kathryn of Sunnyside, Washington; 19 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren; two sisters, Beth Martin Warnick, Colorado; Ruth Martin Duncan, Wisconsin; and one brother, William Paxman Martin of Arizona; numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, a sister, Helen Martin Draper, a brother, James Paxman Martin, and a great-granddaughter, Sharra Shepherd. Funeral services were held Tuesday, September 14, 1993 in Sunnyside, Washington. Interment, Lower Valley Memorial Gardens in Sunnyside, Washington. [Deseret News, Thursday, September 16, 1993.]

Martin, William Paxman

Martin, William Paxman
, Arizona US

William Martin

Class of 1930. William P. Martin. Graduated from Brigham Young High School on Thursday, May 29, 1930. He delivered the benediction at the ceremony. Source: The Evening Herald, Provo, Utah, May 28, 1930. ~ ~ ~ ~ Faculty & Staff. William Paxman Martin. Served as a debate coach during the 1928-1929 and 1930-1931 school years, along with Gladys Black. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: Dr. Thomas Lysons Martin and Hattie Paxman Martin. The children of Dr. Thomas and Hattie Martin: William Paxman Martin of Arizona, [BYH Class of 1930; BYH debate coach 1928-1931]; James Paxman Martin, BYH Class of 1933; Beth Martin Warnick, Colorado; Ruth Martin Duncan, Wisconsin; Thomas Paxman "Pax" (Ivy Elaine) Martin [BYH Class of 1935]; and Helen Martin Draper, [BYH Class of 1941].

Mason, James Albert

Mason, James Albert
Orem, Utah US

James and Lynne Mason

Faculty & Staff Late 1950s, including 1957-58 to 1961-1962, Music Instructor. James Mason. ~ ~ ~ ~ Director of BYU Museum of Art Has Traveled Work, But His Roads Always Return to Same Spot: Utah Valley. ~ ~ James Mason has traveled the world, but he always comes home to Utah Valley. Mason grew up across the street from the Springville Museum of Art - a foreshadowing of his future dreams and accomplishments. Mason is not only the director of the Museum of Art at Brigham Young University, he is also much more - the dreamer, fund-raiser and driving force behind the museum's creation. Growing up in Springville, Mason never thought his experiences would take him across the country and to such places as Beijing, China, and Warsaw, Poland. But he also knew he loved home. His longest absence from the valley was four years. Mason graduated from Springville High School in 1946. Eleven years later, in 1957 he began his long career in education, as a music instructor at Brigham Young High School for five years. From there he became a professor at BYU and then Chair of the BYU Music Department. Mason later moved to Chicago, where an accident changed his life. While directing an orchestra rehearsal, Mason fell backward off a 5-foot riser and was temporarily partially paralyzed. Soon he was asked to be editor of ``The Instrumentalist'' magazine, which was fortunate, Mason said, because he could no longer stand for rehearsals. Through his job as editor and subsequent experiences that came through the exposure he received there, Mason's life began to envelop art as well as music. ``That was my existentialist leap, or rather my existentialist fall,'' Mason said of the accident and its resultant good fortune. After his stint in Chicago, he returned home and served as Dean of the BYU College of Fine Arts and Communications for 11 years. It was during that tenure that Mason began dreaming of a BYU art museum. ``I don't know why I thought we could do it,'' he said of raising the $15.2 million it took to build the museum. But Mason believed it could - and should - be done. He began to seek funding for the museum, all of which had to come from the private sector. Mason simply shared his dream of a major art museum with others, and they responded, donating from $5 to millions of dollars. ``You don't ask for money; you cultivate money,'' he said. Now that the dream is established, Mason would like to see it become well-rooted in the community. ``I'd like to see the museum become an important part of the cultural lives of the people in the Intermountain region,'' he said. ``We want to do more than just hang and store pictures here.'' But Mason is happy to hang his hat in the valley. When he retires, he will stay here, but he won't quit working. ``I'll retire to something. I think I would die really fast without something,'' he said. And Mason takes that philosophy to heart. He believes everyone should be involved. ``Every-one can make a difference,'' he said. Mason just prefers making his difference near home. [By Rommyn Skipper, Deseret News Staff Writer, February 8, 1994.] ~ ~ ~ ~ James A. Mason is married to Lynne Galbraith and they have three children and ten grandchildren. ~ ~ ~ ~ DEATH NOTICE: James Albert Mason, age 85, of Orem, Utah, passed away May 15, 2014. Funeral services will be held Thursday, May 22, 2014 at 11 a.m. at the Sunset Heights 6th Ward Chapel, 600 West 500 South, Orem. A visitation will be held Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Sundberg-Olpin Funeral Home, 495 South State Street, Orem, and also at the church 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. prior to the services. Interment will be in the Orem City Cemetery. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.SundbergOlpinMortuary.com ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: James Albert Mason was born in Eureka, Utah on January 4, 1929 to Rolla N. and Mary Garn Mason and died on May 15, 2014. Dr. Mason was the founding director of the Museum of Art at Brigham Young University. During his forty years at BYU he served as Chair of the Music Department and as Deam of the College of Fine Arts and Communications for eleven years. As Dean he was able to realize a dream he had for the university -- to build an innovative art museum. This required gaining permission to proceed with this venture as well as fundraising without using any University or Church funds. After completion of the Brigham Young University Museum of Art he was appointed its founding director. Some of the exhibits were: BYU's treasures, art from the Vatican Museums, Chinese museums, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. He grew up in Springville, Utah, across the street from the Springville Art Museum which had an influence on him throughout his life. His high school years were dominated by music. His studies at Brigham Young University were interrupted to serve in the Armed Forces during the Korean War. He received his bachelors and masters degrees from BYU and his doctoral degree from Arizona State University. While playing the French horn in the University's orchestra he met and married Lynne Galbraith, a violinist. They were married in the Salt Lake Temple. He began teaching music in Nebo School District and after completing his master's degree was hired by Brigham Young University High School. Five years later he joined the University's Music Department. He was given an extended leave for professional activities. After serving as editor of the Utah Music Educator, he accepted a job in Chicago as editor of the Instrumentalist, a monthly music magazine. He left to complete his doctoral degree. While teaching at BYU he wrote News of Research column for the Journal of Research in Music Education. He was elected President of the Western Division of the National Organization of Music Educators (MENC) and some years later was elected National President of MENC with more than a 100,000 members. He taught as a visiting professor at Northwestern University, Indiana University, University of Texas, and Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. He lectured at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing, China and was the American speaker at the International Conference on Music Education in Warsaw, Poland. He served on a number of boards including the Music Education Research Council in Washington, D.C., The Barlow Foundation for Music, The Music Council in New York City, the Music Industry Council in Chicago, the Presser Foundation in Philadelphia, Utah's Statehood Centennial Commission, Utah Opera Board, and Utah Museum Council. He was a co-founder of the Utah Valley Symphony. During these years of service he received many awards and recognitions consisting of an award from the Israeli Government, two awards from Educational Press Association of America, the San Francisco Art Critics Award, the Utah Outstanding Music Educators Award, the Utah Museum Association Award, the Reed Smoot Award, the Arthur Watkins Award, the Franklin S. Harris Award, the BYU Alumni Award and the Life-time Achievement Award from the Mormon Arts Committee. He has been listed in Who's Who in America. He served in many callings in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. In addition to teaching he served as elder's quorum president in three different wards, high councilor in three stakes, bishop in two wards, and on the General Music Committee. He served on an advisory committee for the development of the LDS Conference Center. Although James achieved international recognition for his professional work, his proudest accomplishment was his dear family. He is survived by his wife of fifty-eight years and his three wonderful children: Julia Johns Davis (Kevin Johns, deceased, and Patrick Davis), Margo Turner (David) and Christopher Mason (Mican), fifteen grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his two sisters Shirley Mason Beardall and Elaine Mason Rothwell, and a granddaughter, Angela. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, May 22, 2014 at 11 am at the Sunset Heights 6th Ward, 500 South 600 West, Orem, Utah. Friends may call Wednesday, May 21st from 6-8 pm at the Sundberg-Olpin Mortuary, 495 South State, Orem and Thursday from 9:30 -10:30 am prior to the funeral. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the BYU Museum of Art. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.SundbergOlpinMortuary.com [Provo Daily Herald, Sunday, May 19, 2014] Source. More.

Mason, Paul

Mason, Paul

Paul Mason

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1920. Paul Mason. He received an AB Degree in History & Political Science in 1920. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 236.

Massey, Margie Ann [Margee]
373 N 400 E
Springville, Utah 84663-1457 US

Margee [& Calvin] Allan
  • Work: 801-489-6090

Class of 1956. Margie [Margee] Massey. Although her name, photo did not appear with senior class in 1956 Wildcat yearbook, Margie is a member of the BYH 1956 graduating class. She married Calvin Allan. Margie has lived in Springville, Utah for most of her adult life. Information printed in the thirty-year reunion booklet (1986) shows her as having four children: one daughter and three sons; and seven grandchildren; two granddaughters and five grandsons. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER HUSBAND'S OBITUARY: Calvin Frank Allan, 61, died Saturday, December 24, 1994, at his home surrounded by his family after a valiant battle with lung cancer. He was born April 7, 1933, in Springville, Utah, to Wilber Frank and Leona Roylance Allan. Calvin married his sweetheart and companion, Margee Ann Massey on December 12, 1955, in Springville. He is survived by his wife, four children: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth (Diane) Millet of Springville, Mr. and Mrs. Darcy Allan of American Fork, Mr. and Mrs. Drew Allan of Springville, and Mr. and Mrs. Darren Allan of West Valley City and 11 grandchildren. His mother of Springville, one brother and one sister: Mr. Paul Allan of Mapleton, and Mrs. Jay (Shirley) Diamond of Springville. He was preceded in death by his father. Interment, Evergreen Cemetery, Springville, Utah. [December 1994] Billion Graves

Massoudi, Mahin

Mahin Massoudi

Class of 1949. Mahin Massoudi. [Female] Notre Maison. She graduated from BYH on May 26, 1949. Source: 1949 BYH Graduation Exercises Program. ~ ~ ~ ~ IS THIS? Mahin Massoudi, 3602 Cagney Dr, Tallahassee, FL 32309-3341 [phone number unavailable] Job title: Dietitian/Nutritionist @Jan 2009

Master, Donna Lee [LeeMaster,]

Master, Donna Lee [LeeMaster,]
Provo, Utah US

Donna and Ralph Johnson

Class of 1930. Donna Lea Master. Graduated from Brigham Young High School on Thursday, May 29, 1930. She sang in a double mixed quartet during the ceremony. Source: The Evening Herald, Provo, Utah, May 28, 1930. ~ ~ ~ ~ (LeaMaster? LeeMaster?). ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Donna Lee Master Johnson, age 89, passed away on December 4, 2001. She was born in Moab, Utah on September 20, 1912 to Jesse Louis and Sarah Larsen Lee Master [LeeMaster?]. She attended B. Y. High School in Provo, graduating in 1930. She also attended Henagers Business College but left shortly after to start her business career at DTR (Dixon Taylor Russell) furniture. She was an executive secretary for a time at Utah Oil Refining Co. and Geneva Steel Plant, and also an executive secretary for 20 years at Provo City Power. Donna married Ralph Johnson in Preston, Idaho on November 6, 1941. They were sealed in the Salt Lake Temple on August 14, 1942. She was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served as homemaking leader, ward organist for 40+ years, and a temple ordinance worker at the Provo LDS Temple. Donna enjoyed crocheting, knitting, and was an expert at creating beautiful porcelain dolls, which she dressed each doll with her creative sewing talents. Donna is survived by her husband Ralph; daughter Cathryn; grandchildren Marlo (Ty) Holmes, Marcus L. Lloyd, Jason R. Lloyd; great-grandchildren Brittany, and Wyatt and Jaden Holmes; and sisters Ruth Lee Master [LeeMaster?] and Glennes (Howard) Nelson. Funeral services were held Saturday, Dec. 8, 2001, in Provo, Utah. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. [Published in the Deseret News, Thursday, December 6, 2001.]

Mathews, Charles Stanford

Mathews, Charles Stanford
Roy, Utah US

Stanford Matthews

Class of 1952. Stanford Mathews. Seminary Vice President. HIS OBITUARY: Roy, Utah -- Charles Stanford Mathews, age 66, passed away March 8, 2001. He was born July 13, 1934 in Antimony, Utah to Benjamin L. and Esther Black Mathews, the youngest of 11 children. He was a member of the LDS Church, serving in many positions. His passions in life were photography and watching BYU football games. Charles was a very kind and compassionate man who spent his life helping others. His greatest joys were his grandchildren. He was a teacher for 30 years with the Ogden School District. He is survived by his children, one son, Bruce Mathews, Roy; three daughters, Robin (Michael) Greenwood, Alabama; Lisa Brown, Esther (Don) Byram, four brothers, two sisters and 12 grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers and two sisters. Funeral services were held Tuesday, March 13, 2001 in Roy, Utah. Interment, Roy City Cemetery. [Deseret News, Saturday, March 10, 2001]

Mathews, Karen
1768 E. 280 N. %23144
St. George, Utah 84790-2451 US

Karen [and Lars] Andelin
  • Work: (435) 628-0654

Class of 1957. Karen Mathews [not Matthews]. All-School Play, French Club, Chorus, Senior Hop Committee, Graduation Committee. [Listed in 1957 Wildcat yearbook under both Matthews and Mathews.] BYU 1957. Married Lars Linwood Andelin, the son of Wilford Herman Andelin and Olga Helena Larsson. Lars is now deceased [1940, SLC, Utah ~ 2003, Anaheim, California]

Mathews, Kati

Mathews, Kati

Kati Mathews

Class of 1912. Kati Mathews. She received a BYH Normal Diploma in 1912. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 5, page 86.

Mathews, Lewis Crooks [or Matthews,]

Mathews, Lewis Crooks [or Matthews,]
Logan, Utah US

Lewis & Lila Mathews

Classes of 1911 and 1913. Lewis C. Matthews [actually Mathews]. He earned a High School Diploma in 1911. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University (BYU Records Office), Book 4, p. 200. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1913. Lewis C. Matthews [Mathews]. He received a BYH Normal Diploma in 1913. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 4, page 200. ~ ~ ~ ~ Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1915. Lewis C. Matthews [actually Mathews]. He received an AB Degree in 1915. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 4, page 200. ~ ~ ~ ~ Lewis C. [Crooks, not Corbett] Mathews was born July 7, 1891 in American Fork, Utah. His parents were William W. Mathews and Elizabeth Crooks Mathews. Lewis Crooks Mathews married Lila Evangeline Trimble on August 30, 1916, in Logan, Utah. Lewis C. Mathews died on July 23, 1968 in the Logan, Utah area. His interment, Logan City Cemetery, Utah.

Mathis, Tamara
3605 Piute Drive
Provo, Utah 84604-4888 US

Tamara and Steven Tolley
  • Work: 801-377-8641
  • Cell: 801-318-2951

Class of 1973. Tamara Mathis. BYU BS Sociology 1976. Married Steven Tolley. Tamara and Steven have 6 children. @May2016

Mathis, William E.
11968 Nicklaus Road
Sandy, Utah 84092-5700 US

Bill and Ann Mathis
  • Cell: 801-548-4678
  • Home: 801-523-0486

Faculty & Staff 1960s, including 1962-66 - Instrumental Music / Band Teacher. William Mathis. ~ ~ ~ ~ William Mathis received his BS & MS degrees at Brigham Young University; and his PHD at the University of Michigan. He wife is Ann B. Mathis. William taught instrumental and choral music in the public schools of Utah and Michigan; then instrumental music at Brigham Young University High School (1962-1966). He became Director, Graduate Music Studies; Chair of the Performance Department; Director, School of Music; and also Associate Dean, College of Fine Arts, at Wichita State University (1969-1996). His is currently retired and Associate Dean Emeritus of the College of Fine Arts at WSU. @2009 ~ ~ ~ ~ William E. "Bill" Mathis. "Wonderful memories teaching band at BY High School. Proud of achievements and character of the many students I recall." @2012

Matley, Eleanor

Matley, Eleanor
of Spanish Fork, Utah US

Eleanor and Merle Allen

Class of 1911. Eleanor Matley, of Spanish Fork, Utah. Normal [Teacher Prep]. She is very modest and bashful. Has a low voice and a loveable disposition. Has an affinity in her mind, but has not yet found the concrete example. Is very systematic in her work. Has rosy cheeks. Source: BYHS Yearbook 1911. ~ ~ ~ ~ Source 2: Eleanor Matley. She received a BYH Normal Diploma in 1911. Annual Record, B.Y. University (BYU Records Office), Book 5, p. 486. ~ ~ ~ ~ Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1927. Eleanor Matley. She received a BS Degree in 1927. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 5, page 486. ~ ~ ~ ~ Eleanor Matley was born on July 23, 1892 in Spanish Fork, Utah. Her parents were Frederick Matley and Annie Elizabeth Pace. She married Merle Ray Allen on February 3, 1949. She died on March 5, 1955. Interment for both, Maeser Fairview Cemetery, Utah.

Matson, Charmaine
1674 West 1440 North
Farmington, Utah 84025 US

Charmaine & John Jeppson
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Class of 1947. Charmaine Matson Jeppson. Married John Jeppson. [Charmaine, not Charmayne] ~ ~ ~ ~ HER HUSBAND'S OBITUARY: John Jeppson March 4, 1926 - June 2, 2012. John Wilbur Jeppson was born in a log cabin with a dirt floor in Cardston, Canada on March 4, 1926 to Rulon Wilbur and Rubie (Parrish) Jeppson. He graduated from Granite High in Holladay where he worked on their family dairy farm. Dad joined the US Navy during World War II, then attended BYU before serving an LDS mission to Kalaupapa Molokai, Hawaii, where he gained a great love for the people and the islands. He graduated with a business degree from BYU after his mission and became a salesman for NCR and several other companies before working for the Clearfield Job Corps. Dad was a Boy Scout leader in the Roy 6th Ward where he also served as Bishop. He sang with the Men of Song choir for many years; he volunteered at the Ogden and Bountiful Temples for over 20 years. He was a bird watcher and loved nature but his highest priorities were his wife, family and love for his Savior, Jesus Christ. Dad married his BYU sweetheart Charmaine Iva Matson [BYH Class of 1947] in the Salt Lake Temple. After raising their seven children, they moved to Farmington to be near his widowed mother and siblings. Surviving loved ones: wife, children, Robin (Jim) Pettett, Susan (Bob) Wood, Cindy, Carol (Scott) Balaich, Jacob (Shauna), Chris, and Elizabeth (Dee) Huber; 21 grandchildren and 17 great-grand-children; siblings Lynne (Jerry) Godfrey, Dave (June) and Barbara (Nolan) Robison; sister-in-law Helen (deceased brother Bruce). Viewing Wednesday, June 6th from 6-8 p.m. at Russon Brothers Mortuary, 1941 North Main, Farmington; and on Thursday, June 7th from 9:30-10:30 a.m. at LDS Oakridge Farms Ward, 1988 South 350 East, Kaysville, Utah. Funeral services Thursday, June 7, 2012, at the Oakridge Farms Ward chapel after the viewing, beginning at 11 a.m. Interment, Brigham City Cemetery. [Russon Brothers Mortuary, Farmington, Utah, Tuesday, June 5, 2012]

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