Alphabetical Alumni
Milner, Beth

Milner, Beth
Provo, Utah US

Beth and Lincoln Raynes

Class of 1943 ~ H. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Our beloved wife, mother, and grandmother, Beth Milner Raynes, 83, died February 21, 2009 at her home in Provo, Utah surrounded by her loved ones. Beth was born to Arnel Seaton Milner and Pearl Hamblin Milner, August 29, 1925 in Sunnyside, Utah. She was raised in the Provo Manavu Ward and attended BY Elementary, BY High and graduated from Provo High School in 1943. After attending LDS Business College she taught briefly at BYU. She married her sweetheart, Lincoln Francis Raynes, on July 15, 1943 in the Manti Temple. Beth and Lincoln enjoyed over 65 wonderful years together. They raised their family in Oregon and Utah. She was a leader of Republic Women's clubs, PTA's, garden clubs and also organized 4-H groups. She was runner up as Oregon's Mother of Year. She loved dearly being a member of the Daughter of the Utah Pioneers and organized multiple camps. Sixteen of her ancestors walked across the plains as pioneers. From a young age, Beth's keen mind sought out great literature. This passion was shared with her children and those she taught. As a lifelong learner and after raising her children, she graduated from Oregon State University in Psychology, Cum Laude, at age 56. She loved all people. People she met were never strangers very long. She loved her BYU Cougars and never missed a game if possible. Above all else she loved her Heavenly Father and the Savior Jesus Christ. Her life radiated this love. As a master teacher of the gospel of Jesus Christ, she loved being the gospel doctrine teacher. She was a sought after public speaker and especially loved speaking to youth groups throughout the western states. Besides Relief Society President in multiple wards, she also worked with Scouting and Young Women, including serving as ward and stake Young Women's President. She loved developing Girl's Camp. She felt her experience with her husband as a "Called and Set Apart" couple missionary was her second and third honeymoon. She was a valiant, dedicated and effective missionary in the Scotland Edinburgh and Jackson Mississippi missions. She loved and inspired the young missionaries, loved working with investigators and loved bearing her testimony of Jesus Christ and the restored gospel. She is survived by her husband, and children, Marybeth Raynes, Salt Lake City, Utah; Joseph (Alice) Raynes, Orem, Utah; Rebecca (Charlie) Chenoweth, Juneau, Alaska; Rosemarie (Grant) Garner, Albany, Oregon; Pearl (Brent) Hart, Riverton, Utah; Libby (Phil) McShinsky, Draper, Utah. She has 37 grandchildren and 38 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her two young children Ronald Lee and Sandra Dawn Raynes. She is survived by her sister, Lou (Glen) Slagowski [BYH Class of 1940?], Provo, Utah. Funeral services were held Saturday, Feb 28, 2009 at the Rock Canyon LDS Chapel, 2445 N. 650 E., Provo. Interment, Payson City Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family suggested gifts to the LDS Perpetual Education Fund.

Milner, Emma Lou

Milner, Emma Lou
Provo, Utah US

Lou & Carlos & Glen Gibbons Slagowski

Class of 1940? Emma Lou [Lou] Milner. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Our beloved wife, mother, and Grandma, Emma Lou Milner Gibbons Slagowski, died November 9, 2011 at the age of 89, surrounded by her loved ones. Emma Lou was born to Arnel Seaton Milner and Pearl Hamblin Milner, March 9, 1922 in Castle Gate, Utah. She was taught in the home, by a mother and father who taught the gospel, taught her to read the scriptures and talk about the scriptures, which lead to a deep conviction and love for our Father in Heaven and Jesus Christ. She was raised in Provo Manavu Ward. Lou attended BYU Elementary, Farrer Junior High and BY High School. She had 56 first cousins on her mother's side. They met often and enjoyed each other and were as close as brothers and sisters. She loved Hamblin family gatherings. She married Carlos Gibbons on July 1, 1945 in the Salt Lake Temple. They had many happy years and 6 children. She worked at the Small Arms Plant in Salt Lake as a head supervisor during World War II. She was Chairman of the Utah County Republican Women's Club of Utah, and Chairman of the Provo PTA over Mental Health. At a young age, she taught Primary classes and taught the boys for years. She was called to work with the Boy Scouts as a ward, stake and district leader. She was awarded the Silver Beaver Award, the highest council award given in scouting. She worked over 45 years in the scouting program. She worked with the Young Women in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, as a leader in the ward and as ward and stake camp director. She was one of the first camp directors set apart and helped developed the camping program for the Young Women. On October 20th, 1982, she married the love of her life, Joseph Glenn Slagowski in the Provo Temple. Together they served 3 missions. She served a mission in South Dakota prior to their marriage. They served downtown in the New York, New York mission; Peru South Mission, serving Pisco; Jackson Mississippi Mission, serving in Gulfport in the Mission Presidency; and they served in the Provo Temple as ordinance workers. She was a valiant, dedicated, and effective missionary. She loved and inspired the young missionaries, worked with investigators and bore her testimony of the restored gospel of Jesus Christ. Above all else, she loved Heavenly Father and our Savior Jesus Christ. Her motto was to bear her testimony 5 times a day. She is survived by her children, Lorene (Buzz) Skinner, Bruce (Kriss), Barbara (Richard) Gonzales, Paul (Bonnie), Clarice Lara, 29 grand children, 84 great-grandchildren, and 16 great-great-grandchildren and Blaine (Mary) Slagowski. She is preceded in death by husband Joseph Glenn Slagowski, her parents, her brothers Leon and Don and her sister Beth [BYH Class of 1943~H], and children Ann Udell, David Gibbons, Shirleen (Jerry) Davis, and Jay Slagowski. Services were held in Pleasant View 6th Ward, 2445 N 650 E Provo, Utah 84604 on Saturday November 12, 2011. [Provo Daily Herald, Friday, November 11, 2011]

Milner, Leon Ross

Milner, Leon Ross
Killed in Action 1945, Germany

Leon and Barbara Milner

Class of 1938. Leon Ross Milner. German Club, International Relations Club. Leon Ross Milner, 1st Lieutenant, U.S. Air Corps Reserve. Born March 1, 1920, Provo, Utah to Arnel Seaton Milner and Pearl Hamblin Milner. Death: Killed in Action, April 8, 1945. Leon R. Milner graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1938 and attended Brigham Young University for three years before serving a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in the Southern States. He was an Eagle Scout in Troop 50 of the Manavu Ward. He married Barbara Payne Milner and was the father of two sons, Robert Seaton and Stanley Leon Milner. Lt. Milner joined the Air Corps Reserve on June 2, 1942, and entered training on March 1, 1943. He went overseas on January 1, 1945, where he earned the Air Medal with several Oak Leaf Clusters and a Presidential Citation for his action in Germany. He was the lead pilot of a B-17 (Flying Fortress) which received a direct hit in the gas tank during a flight over Hof, Germany. The plane burst into flames and exploded just a few seconds after Lt. Milner had assisted the last of his crew out the escape hatch. Four members of the group survived.

Miner, Artie U.

Miner, Artie U.

Artie Miner

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1928. Artie U. Miner. He received an A.B. Degree in Political Science in 1928. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 448.

Miner, Ernest Lavon [Jr.]

Miner, Ernest Lavon [Jr.]
Naples, California US

Ernest and Rhoda Miner

Class of 1921. Ernest L. Miner. Source 1: Photograph of the BYH Graduating Class of 1921. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1921. Ernest L. Miner. Source 2: 1921 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1921. Ernest L. Miner, Jr. He received a High School Diploma in 1921. Source 3: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 410. ~ ~ ~ ~ Ernest Lavon Miner received a BA degree in Botany from the University of Utah School of Arts and Sciences in June 1927. Source: Salt Lake Telegram, June 6, 1927. ~ ~ ~ ~ Dr. Ernest L. Miner received a Ph.D. in botany at the University of Michigan, and was on the faculty of Weber College in Ogden, Utah. Source: Spokane Daily Chronicle, January 15, 1938. ~ ~ ~ ~ Ernest Lavon Miner was born on April 18, 1900 in Fairview, Sanpete County, Utah. His parents were Ernest Leroy Miner and Christina Theresa Anderson. Although his middle name is different from his father's middle name, he is sometimes listed as Ernest L. Miner, Jr. He married Rhoda Margaret Woodward on March 4, 1938 in Ogden, Utah. Rhoda was born on May 25, 1909 in Spokane, Washington, and died in June of 1975 in Naples, California. Their children included: Christine Miner and Dan Marshall Miner. ~ ~ ~ ~ Research: Anderson, Dean A. and Ernest L. Miner. 1940. Some soil-plant relationships in the juniper-pinon belt. Proc. Utah Acad. Sci., Arts and Letters, 17:13-14. ~ ~ ~ ~ Author: Paleobotanical Examinations of Cretaceous and Tertiary Coals by Ernest Lavon Miner. I. Cretaceous Coals from Greenland. II. Cretaceous and Tertiary Coals from Montana. Published in 1935, The University Press (Notre Dame, Indiana) ~ ~ ~ ~ Ernest L. Miner died in March of 1972 in Naples, Los Angeles County, California.

Miner, Glen B.

Miner, Glen B.

Glen Miner

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1924. Glen B. Miner. He received an AB Degree in History in 1924. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 196.

Miner, Ila

Miner, Ila

Ila Miner

Class of 1926. Ila Miner. She was the Senior Class Vice President. Source: 1926 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section.

Miner, Laurel

Miner, Laurel

Laurel Miner

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1921. Laurel Miner. She received an AB Degree in Music in 1921. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 78.

Miner, Lawrence A.

Miner, Lawrence A.
Nephi, Utah US

Lawrence Miner

Class of 1885? Lawrence A. Miner was born in Salt Lake City, son of the late Justice Miner of the Supreme Court of Utah. Graduate of BY High School, the University of Utah, and of the law department of the University of Chattanooga, Tennessee. Practiced law nine years in Utah. Family man, four children. Endorsed as a Candidate for Judge by many prominent jurists and attorneys of the state. [Republican, October 30, 1918, Parowan Times newspaper.]

Miner, Loie Rebecca

Miner, Loie Rebecca
Ferron, Utah US

Loie and Francis Beach

Class of 1921. Loie Miner [Beach]. She received a BYH Normal Certificate in 1921. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 384. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Ferron, Utah - Loie Rebecca Miner Beach returned to her Heavenly Father July 11, 2002. She was born October 25, 1901 in Fairview, Sanpete County, Utah to Melvin Orson Miner and Mary Elnora Young Miner. In 1929 she came to Ferron, Utah to teach school. It was then she met her eternal companion, sweetheart and friend, Francis Lyman Beach. They were married in the Salt Lake LDS Temple June 29, 1931. They had a happy peaceful life together for 51 years. Loie had a long and fruitful life and she was blessed with many gifts and talents. After graduating from Brigham Young University she taught school for 30 years touching the lives of many students who still remember her and are as grateful for her influence as she was for their continued friendship. Loie loved music and enjoyed playing the piano -- especially hymns. In her later years she so much appreciated those who came and sang and played for her. She had a gift for writing and composed much beautiful poetry, also many tributes, presentations and lessons. These have brought joy to the lives of many. As a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints she accepted many callings, both executive and teaching positions which she fulfilled to the best of her ability. The call she loved most was the time she spent as an ordinance worker in the Manti Temple with her beloved husband. Service to God and her fellowman was her creed and she truly lived by it. She gave unselfishly of herself, her time and her means to all. Loie is missed by all who knew her. She leaves a legacy of strength from her example and her endurance. She was survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Marilyn and Lamont Arnold; six grandsons; 22 great-grandchildren; one great great-grandson; one brother, Dean (Blanche) Miner, Vineyard, Utah; sister-in-law, Ethelyn Miner, St. George, Utah. She was preceded in death by her husband, parents, two sisters, one brother and one great-grandson. Funeral services were held in the Ferron 5th Ward Chapel, 555 So. 400 W, Ferron, Utah, on Tuesday, July 16, 2002. Her interment, Ferron City Cemetery. [Deseret News, Sunday, July 14, 2002.]

Miner, Paul

Miner, Paul

Paul Miner

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1911. Paul Miner. He received a BA Degree in 1911. Annual Record, B.Y. University (BYU Records Office), Book 4, p. 206.

Miner, Thorn

Miner, Thorn

Thorn Miner

Class of 1913. Thorn Miner. Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1913. Name on list, but no photo. Source: 1913 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, pages 63-81.

Miner, Vanda [Verda?]

Miner, Vanda [Verda?]

Vanda [Verda?] Miner

Class of 1917. Vanda Miner. She received a BYH Arts Supervision Diploma in 1917. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 9, page 194. Q: Is "Vanda" the same person as Verda Cloy Miner [Ashman], BYU Class of 1926?

Miner, Verda Cloy

Miner, Verda Cloy
St. George, Utah US

Verda and Charles Ashman

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1926. Verda C. Miner [Ashman]. She received a BS Degree in Physical Education in 1926. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 384. ~ ~ ~ ~ Verda Cloy Miner was born on February 2, 1904 in Fairview, Utah. Her parents were Albert Uriah Miner and Eliza Estella Day Miner. Verda married Charles Harold Ashman on December 23, 1927 in Manti, Utah. Verda C. Miner Ashman died on February 8, 1992. Her interment, St. George, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Verda Cloy Miner Ashman, 87, died February 8, 1992. Born February 2, 1904 in Fairview, Utah to Albert U. Miner and Estella Day. Educated in Sanpete County and attended BYU, where she received her Normal Diploma and later her Bachelors degree in English and Physical Education. She taught school for many years. She married Harold Ashman of Fillmore in the Manti Temple on December 23, 1927. She was active in the communities where she lived and held many positions in the LDS Church. She is survived by her husband, Harold Ashman; three daughters and two sons, Mrs. Richard (Joyce) Rawson of Cody, Wyo.; Mrs. Richard (Marilyn) Ashby of Oakland, Calif.; Mrs. Malcom (Sheryl) Taylor of Phoenix, Ariz.; Lowell Ashman[0] of Hickory, N. C.; Kent Ashman of St. George; 27 grandchildren; 40 great-grandchildren; four brothers and two sisters, Dr. Montel Miner of Canoga Park, Calif.; Mark Miner of Long Beach, Calif.; Glen Miner of Salt Lake City; DeVere Miner of Logan; Mrs. Francis (Louie Jean) Bahr of Orem; and Mrs. Francis (Ila) Mortenson of American Fork. Funeral services were held on Wednesday, February 12, 1992, at the St. George LDS 13th Ward Chapel, 166 South Main. Her interment, St. George City Cemetery. [Deseret News, Monday, February 10, 1992.] ~ ~ ~ ~ HER HUSBAND'S OBITUARY: Charles Harold Ashman, age 89, died at St. George, Utah on April 8, 1993. He was born December 25, 1903 in Baker, Nevada to Charles Nye and Fannie Dearden Ashman. He received his education in the schools of Fillmore and at BYU, where he received his bachelor's degree. He was married to Verda Cloy Miner in the Manti LDS Temple on December 23, 1927. He served as principal of the Midvale Elementary for 20 years. In the communities where he lived, he was active in civic affairs. He was an active member of the LDS Church. He has published three books of poetry and is a member of the American Poetry Association. He was preceded in death by his wife and four brothers. He is survived by a sister, Lucille Murdock Jense, and a brother, Thomas Merlin Ashman; Harold and Verda have five children: Mrs. Richard Rawson (Joyce) of Cody, Wyo.; Mrs. Richard Ashby (Marilyn) of Oakland, Calif.; Mr. H. Lowell Ashman of Hickory, N. C.; Mrs. Malcolm Taylor (Sheryl) of Phoenix, Ariz.; and Mr. A. Kent Ashman of St. George, Utah. They have 27 grandchildren; and 43 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held in the St. George 13th Ward Chapel, 166 South Main. His interment, St. George City Cemetery. [Deseret News, Saturday, April 10, 1993.] ~ ~ ~ ~ Q: Is Verda the same person as "Vanda" Miner, BYH Class of 1917?

Mink, Oscar Gorton

Mink, Oscar Gorton
Austin, Texas US

Oscar Mink

Faculty & Staff. Oscar G. Mink. Counseling, 1956-1957. ~ ~ ~ ~ He was a son of Oscar Wesley Mink and Lois Abeel Stilesin Mink. ~ ~ ~ ~ IN MEMORIAM: Oscar Gorton Mink. It is with sadness and regret that we say goodbye to a respected, loved, and dedicated colleague. Dr. Oscar G. Mink, professor of curriculum studies in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at The University of Texas at Austin, died Saturday, September 5, 2004, at the age of 74, in Round Rock, Texas. He was born January 10, 1930, in Boise, Idaho, and served in the Korean War from 1951-53. Dr. Mink began his career in education as a secondary school teacher, school counselor, school psychologist, and vocational counselor. He held a doctorate in counseling psychology from Cornell University and degrees in mathematics and mining engineering from Brigham Young University and San Bernadino Valley College. Professor Mink joined the College of Education in 1973, serving as a visiting professor and research associate in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction and spent the next twenty-six years with appointments in two departments devoted to teaching, research development, and the authorship of thirteen published books as well as over 100 articles, monographs, and book chapters. Dr. Minkís distinguished career at the University included the establishment of graduate programs for special education administrators in community colleges as well as a program of study and research in adult and organizational learning and human resource development. He was an expert in executive and organizational development and total quality management; in addition, he held senior executive positions with multi-national corporations such as Xerox. He was also involved with research and development in behavioral sciences for Cornell University, West Virginia University, and the National Laboratory of Higher Education. More recently, Dr. Mink worked closely with public administrators in the City of Austin and the Texas Department of Health to address issues of staff development and organizational administration. Throughout his outstanding professional career, Dr. Mink was recognized for exceptional scholarship and innovation with numerous honors, including the Creative Business Concept Award issued by the Financial Executives Institute of Austin, the Distinguished Achievement Award from the American Society for Training and Development, and the Outstanding Learned Article Award from the U.S. Education Press Association. Dr. Mink was a valued colleague, and he worked tirelessly as mentor and advisor to many graduate students. He was a skilled teacher and a true friend and colleague. He will be greatly missed. [The University of Texas at Austin.] ~ ~ ~ ~ Oscar G. Mink was a professor at the University of Texas at Austin, where he was the director of Graduate Study and Research in Human Resource Development. Barbara P. Mink was a founding faculty member of the Human and Organization Program at the Fielding Institute in Santa Barbara, California, and she was president of Somerset Consulting Group, Inc., in Austin, Texas. Both were senior consultants in Somerset Consulting Group, Inc., whose clients included Chevron, 3M, IBM, and Telecom-Australia.

Minson, Jerry C.
3601 Stewart Avenue
Los Angeles, California 90066

Jerry Minson

Class of 1950. Basketball. @2001

Mitchell, Albert Orton Jr.
PO Box 300404
Glenwood, Utah 84730 US

Bert and Cindy Mitchell
  • Work: 702-592-3139
  • Home: (435) 896-9344 Glenwood

Class of 1960. Bert Mitchell. Baseball, Basketball, Football, Lettermen, Chorus, Model U.N., Interpretive, Seminary Graduate. ~ ~ ~ ~ Attorney, Las Vegas, Nevada. Bert O. Mitchell (Rogers, Mastrangelo, Carvalho & Mitchell, 300 South 4th Street, Suite 710, Las Vegas, Nevada 89101) born Santa Barbara, California, September 8, 1942; admitted to bar, 1974, Nevada. Education: Brigham Young University (BS, 1969); University of Idaho (JD, cum laude, 1973). Member, Order of Barristers. Member, Board of Editors, Idaho Law Review, 1972-1973. Author: "Remedies Under Uniform Consumer Credit Code in Idaho Compared With Other Consumer Legislation," Idaho Law Review, 1973. Member: Clark County Bar Association; State Bar of Nevada; Nevada Trial Lawyers Association; The Association of Trial Lawyers of America; Defense Trial Lawyers of Nevada (President, 1989-1990); Defense Research Institute. Practice Areas: Insurance Defense; Arbitration; Mediation. Married younger sister of Scott Anderson, BYH Class of 1961. ~ ~ ~ ~ Former address: Albert O. Mitchell Jr, 2421 Greens Ave, Henderson, Nevada 89014-3736 - Bert & Cindy K Mitchell. ~ ~ ~ ~ Current address: Albert O. "Burt" & Cindy Mitchell, 406 Old Mill Rd, PO Box 300404, Glenwood, Utah 84730-0404 ? @2013

Mitchell, Charles William

Mitchell, Charles William
Provo, Utah US

Charles and LaReal Mitchell

Class of 1913. Charles Mitchell. 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. Charles W. Mitchell. He received a High School Diploma in 1913. Source 2: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 5, page 493. ~ ~ ~ ~ Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1918. Charles W. Mitchell. He received an AB Degree in 1918. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 5, page 493. ~ ~ ~ ~ Charles William Mitchell was born February 11, 1895 in Springville, Utah. His parents were William Henry Mitchell and Hannah Electa June Wood Mitchell. He married Mary LaReal (LaReal) Jones [BYH Class of 1914] on October 27, 1927 in Salt Lake City, Utah. He died on September 8, 1972 in Provo, Utah. Interment, Provo, Utah.

Mitchell, David Richard (1908)

Mitchell, David Richard (1908)
Lehi, Utah US

David and Martha Mitchell

Brigham Young High School, Class of 1908, David R. Mitchell. He received a Commercial Diploma. Source: Students Record of Class Standings B.Y. Academy, Book 2, Page 253. ~ ~ ~ ~ Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1911. David R. Mitchell. He received a BA Degree in 1911. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University (BYU Records Office), Book 5, p. 129. ~ ~ ~ ~ He married Martha Glazier, BYH Class of 1912. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS BIOGRAPHY: David Richard Mitchell was born in American Fork, Utah on August 10, 1888. His parents were David Mitchell and Louisa Holindrake Mitchell. He graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1908, and from BYU in 1911. He taught high school in Box Elder, American Fork, Richfield, Salina and Lehi, all in Utah. He was the basketball coach in each of those high schools except Box Elder and American Fork. He married Martha Glazier of Provo June 10, 1914. She had graduated from BYH in 1912, and was attending BYU at the time of their marriage. Her parents were Charles Albert Glazier and Agnes May Smoot Glazier. David R. Mitchell served as principal in Richfield from 1918 to 1920, Salina from 1916 to 1918, and Lehi from 1920 until 1939, when he was appointed as the Superintendent of the Alpine School District. He was also involved in Utah High School Athletics as the Executive Secretary and President from 1920 until his retirement in 1954. He passed away on February 20, 1957 in Lehi where he had lived for 38 years. His interment, Lehi, Utah. Martha Glazier Mitchell died on June 9, 1968 in American Fork. Her interment, Lehi, Utah. [Source: Son, R. G. Mitchell & public records]. @2009

Mitchell, David Robert (1962)
3342 South 7580 West
West Jordan, Utah 84044 US

David and Donetta Mitchell

Class of 1962. David Mitchell. Dramatics, Chorus, Seminary Graduate, Poetry Festival, Thespians, Newspaper, Y'd World Yearbook. His parents: James Maeser Mitchell [BYH Class of 1938] and Mary Veone "Lucy" Hopkins Mitchell, married in Provo in July of 1940. Together they had five sons: James Edward (Regina) Mitchell [BYH Class of 1959]; William Blair (Lorena) Mitchell [BYH Class of 1960]; David Robert (Donetta) Mitchell [BYH Class of 1962]; Thomas Alan (Donnie) Mitchell [BYH Class of 1966]; and Paul Michael Mitchell [BYH Class of 1966]. Karl G. Maeser was the the great great grandfather of the sons. @2006

Mitchell, Georgia Maeser

Mitchell, Georgia Maeser

Georgia and Donald Jones

Class of 1945. Georgia Mitchell. Georgia Maeser Mitchell was born on April 2, 1927 in Provo, Utah. Her parents were Lycurgus William Mitchell and Beatrice Maeser. She married Donald Jones. She died on May 12, 2000. ~ ~ ~ ~ Parents: Lycurgus William Mitchell (born 1890 in Manassa, Colorado to James Warner Bosnell Mitchell and Nancy Willmirth Johnson) and Beatrice Maeser (born 1890 in Beaver, Utah to Karl Frederick Reinhard Maeser and Sarah Caroline Shepherd) were married September 23, 1914 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They lived in a number of towns in Southern Utah until they moved to Provo in 1926. Their children included: Joanne Mitchell (Allen) Colledge; Irene Mitchell; Clara Mitchell (born 1918, died 1920); James Maeser Mitchell [BYH Class of 1938] (born 1920, died 1997) (married Mary Veone Hopkins); Paul Maeser Mitchell (born and died in 1921); Harold Maeser "Hal" Mitchell [BYH Class of 1941] (born 1923, died 1992) (married twice); John William Mitchell [BYH Class of 1944] (born circa 1926) (Belva) Georgia Mitchell [BYH Class of 1945] (born 1927, died 2000) (Donald) Jones; and Mary Mitchell [BYH Class of 1951] (born circa 1933) (Thayne) Murray.

Mitchell, Harold Maeser [Hal]

Mitchell, Harold Maeser [Hal]
Provo, Utah US

Hal & Glenna / Viola Mitchell

Class of 1941. Hal Mitchell. Opera. Glee. Boys' Organization. French Club. ~ ~ ~ ~ Harold M. Mitchell was born on June 23, 1923 in Provo, Utah. His parents: L. William Mitchell and Beatrice Maeser Mitchell. He married twice: 1. Glenna Austin. 2. Viola Larae Curtis. He died on March 27, 1992 in Provo, Utah. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: Lycurgus William Mitchell (born 1890 in Manassa, Colorado to James Warner Bosnell Mitchell and Nancy Willmirth Johnson) and Beatrice Maeser (born 1890 in Beaver, Utah to Karl Frederick Reinhard Maeser and Sarah Caroline Shepherd) were married September 23, 1914 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They lived in a number of towns in Southern Utah until they moved to Provo in 1926. Their children included: Joanne Mitchell (Allen) Colledge; Irene Mitchell; Clara Mitchell (born 1918, died 1920); James Maeser Mitchell [BYH Class of 1938] (born 1920, died 1997) (married Mary Veone Hopkins); Paul Maeser Mitchell (born and died in 1921); Harold Maeser "Hal" Mitchell [BYH Class of 1941] (born 1923, died 1992) (married twice); John William Mitchell [BYH Class of 1944] (born circa 1926) (Belva) Georgia Mitchell [BYH Class of 1945] (born 1927, died 2000) (Donald) Jones; and Mary Mitchell [BYH Class of 1951] (born circa 1933) (Thayne) Murray.

Mitchell, James Edward (1959)

Mitchell, James Edward (1959)
256 South Eagle Way
North Salt Lake, Utah 84054-3226 US

James and Regina Mitchell
  • Work: 801-298-4150
  • Home: 801-298-4150

Class of 1959. James Edward Mitchell. Student Body Vice President. Football, Baseball, Wrestling, Lettermen, Model U.N., Senior Medal, Chorus, Science Club, Key Club. Married Regina Redd, BYH Class of 1964. They have 5 children: Brooke, Chester, Zeke, Megan, and Sarah. Zeke committed suicide in February of 1988. James served a mission in New Zealand; March 1963 thru March 1965. He was a member of US Army Reserve, served one year of active duty at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. He worked at US West, on and off, for 30 years, retiring in 1999 as Director of Sales and Services. His parents: James Maeser Mitchell [BYH Class of 1938] and Mary Veone "Lucy" Hopkins Mitchell, married in Provo in July of 1940. Together they had five sons: James Edward (Regina) Mitchell [BYH Class of 1959]; William Blair (Lorena) Mitchell [BYH Class of 1960]; David Robert (Donetta) Mitchell [BYH Class of 1962]; Thomas Alan (Donnie) Mitchell [BYH Class of 1966]; and Paul Michael Mitchell [BYH Class of 1966]. Karl G. Maeser was the the great great grandfather of the sons. Great Great Grandfather was Karl G. Maeser. @2006 ~ ~ ~ ~ Utah Golf Association Tribute, June 2016: July Volunteer Spotlight: Jim Mitchell. Jim Mitchell, UGA Course Rating Volunteer. By Brett Rubash, UGA Boatwright Intern. Each month, the UGA spotlights one of our devoted volunteers to express our deep appreciation for all they do and to help you, our loyal members, become well acquainted with them. The month of July features Jim Mitchell, a 17-year UGA Course Rating Team member Jim was born on February 19, 1941 in Provo, Utah. Growing up in Provo, Jim was a three-sport athlete at Brigham Young High School. He was a standout on the baseball, football, and wresting teams. While enjoying athletics, Jim was also the student body vice-president. Jim met his wife, Regina, through his best friend, who was also the student body president. Regina was his best friendís younger sister. When Jim came back from his LDS mission, he began to work for Reginaís brother as a rancher. While working, Regina and Jim began a relationship that is still going strong to this day. After high school, Jim attended BYU for a short time before joining the U.S. Army Reserve. Following six months of training, Jim began working for Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone Company until his reserve unit was called to active duty. While Jimís unit served overseas in Vietnam, he was not able to follow because his brother was also in his unit. Instead, the Army stationed Jim at Fort Leonard Wood for a year. When Jimís service ended, he went back to working at Rocky Mountain Bell in its sales and services department for 30 years. When he retired in 1999, Jim was the director of sales and service for the state of Utah. After he retired, Jim was asked by Dennis Wood to volunteer to rate courses around Utah. During his time with the UGA, Jim has rated courses and also worked a handful of tournaments. Jim does not consider himself a golfer, but his two holes-in-one say otherwise. As a hobby, Jim also enjoys repairing and assembling golf clubs. The UGA is privileged to have volunteers like Jim who take time out of their busy lives to give back to the game of golf. These volunteers allow the UGA to fulfill its mission to promote interest in the game of golf by encouraging, organizing, supporting, sponsoring, and administering golfing activities and programs. Source.

Mitchell, James Maeser (1938)

Mitchell, James Maeser (1938)
Provo, Utah US

Jim and Lucy Mitchell

Class of 1938. James Maeser Mitchell. Vice President, French Club. Drama. International Relations Club. HIS OBITUARY: James Maeser Mitchell died November 24, 1997 at Utah Valley Hospital after a short illness. Born March 29, 1920 in Parowan, Utah, to L.W. Mitchell and Beatrice Maeser Mitchell, he lived in a number of southern Utah towns until 1926 when his family moved to Provo. Jim attended the Parker Elementary, Farrer Junior High, and graduated from BY High School. He married the former Mary Veone "Lucy" Hopkins on July 3, 1940 after which they settled in Provo. He worked for a time at Provo City Power, helped with construction of defense plants, and was one of the first electricians at Geneva Steel. He was drafted into the Navy in June of 1944 where he served until November, 1945. Upon completion of his duties in the service, he returned to Provo and resumed his career at Geneva Steel. He retired in 1982. Jim was well-known as an excellent builder and electrician. He spent countless hours in helping family and friends in many different kinds of home improvement projects. He was a long-time member of the Utah Bowler's Association, and also a member of the Provo Elks Lodge. Jim is survived by his wife and 5 sons: James Edward (Regina), William Blair (Lorena), David Robert (Donnetta), Thomas Alan (Dixie), and Paul Michael; four sisters: Mrs. Allen Colledge (Joanne), Mrs. Donald Jones (Georgia), Mrs. Thayne Murray (Mary), and Irene Mitchell; one brother, John William (Belva); 14 grandchildren; and 17 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers: Harold and Paul, a sister, Clara, and a grandson, Zeke. Funeral services were held in Provo on Saturday, November 29, 1997. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. A graveside service will be offered by the B.P.O.E. #849 Elks and Military rites will be accorded by the V.F.W. District #4. Donations can be made to the Provo Elks Lodge Christmas Fund. [Provo Daily Herald, November 26, 1997] ~ ~ ~ ~ OBITUARY OF HIS WIFE: Mary Veone Hopkins Mitchell, known to friends and family as "Lucy" or "Grandma Lucy", passed away March 31, 2006 at the Orem Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, after suffering through a long illness. She was born May 28, 1921 in Provo, Utah to Adelbert Blair Hopkins and Leola Scott. She attended schools in Provo, subsequently graduating from Provo High School in 1939. She married her husband of 57 years, James Maeser Mitchell on July 3, 1940 in Provo. Together they had five sons, James E. (Regina), William B. (Lorena), David R. (Donetta), Thomas A. (Donnie), and Paul Michael. Loved by those who knew her, Mom was a great wife and mother. She enjoyed many crafts such as sewing, crocheting, quilting, cooking and in her later years the art of painting. In the early 1970's, she and her mother, Leola, created the Stewart Candy Company where they made and sold hand-dipped chocolates. Mom would make the centers and Grandma would dip the chocolates. Mother loved bowling, an activity which she continued into her late 70's. She made many friends through the Orem Woman's Bowling Association where she served as Treasurer. She was inducted into the Orem Woman's Bowling Association's Hall of Fame in 1992, an honor of which she was very proud and which she cherished. Throughout their married life, Jim and Veone loved doing many things together. They enjoyed fishing, some hunting, and the occasional round of golf. In their later years, they focused significant time and effort to the support of the Elk's Lodge in providing Christmas to families in need. Veone is survived by her children; two sisters, Charlene Arrowsmith (Duane), Marilyn Wilkinson (Bud, deceased); and three brothers, Kay (Norma), Richard (Larue), and Frank (LaRae); thirteen grandchildren and 28 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Jim; and one grandson, Zeke. Funeral services were held Tuesday, April 4, 2006 in Provo. [Deseret News, Sunday, April 2, 2006.] ~ ~ ~ ~ Children in 2006: James Edward (Regina) Mitchell [BYH Class of 1959]; William B. (Lorena) Mitchell [BYH Class of 1960]; David Robert (Donetta) Mitchell [BYH Class of 1962]; Thomas Alan (Donnie) Mitchell [BYH Class of 1966]; and Paul Michael Mitchell [BYH Class of 1966]. Karl G. Maeser was the the great grandfather of James Maeser Mitchell. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: Lycurgus William Mitchell (born 1890 in Manassa, Colorado to James Warner Bosnell Mitchell and Nancy Willmirth Johnson) and Beatrice Maeser (born 1890 in Beaver, Utah to Karl Frederick Reinhard Maeser and Sarah Caroline Shepherd) were married September 23, 1914 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They lived in a number of towns in Southern Utah until they moved to Provo in 1926. Their children included: Joanne Mitchell (Allen) Colledge; Irene Mitchell; Clara Mitchell (born 1918, died 1920); James Maeser Mitchell [BYH Class of 1938] (born 1920, died 1997) (married Mary Veone Hopkins); Paul Maeser Mitchell (born and died in 1921); Harold Maeser "Hal" Mitchell [BYH Class of 1941] (born 1923, died 1992) (married twice); John William Mitchell [BYH Class of 1944] (born circa 1926) (Belva) Georgia Mitchell [BYH Class of 1945] (born 1927, died 2000) (Donald) Jones; and Mary Mitchell [BYH Class of 1951] (born circa 1933) (Thayne) Murray.

Mitchell, Jean

Mitchell, Jean

Jean Rambeau

Class of 1915. Jean Mitchell [Rambeau]. She received a BYH Normal Certificate in 1915. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 8, page 403. ~ ~ ~ ~ Jean Mitchell was born on October 1, 1895 in Park City, Utah. Her parents were William Mitchell and Elizabeth Watson Mitchell. Jean married Victor F. Rambeau. Jean Mitchell Rambeau died on August 2, 1987 in Orem, Utah. Her interment, Provo City Cemetery, Utah.

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