Alphabetical Alumni
Monson, Mabel

Monson, Mabel

Mabel Monson

Class of 1914. Mabel Monson. Graduated in 1914 from Brigham Young High School, Academic Department. Source: 1914 BYU Banyan, BYH section, pp. 84-89.

Monson, Marilynn
755 East 11000 South %23301
Sandy, Utah 84094 US

Marilynn and Preston Bair
  • Cell: 801-572-2179

Class of 1967. Marilynn Monson. Pep Club, Hi-Steppers (Assistant Drill Mistress), F.H.A., Chorus, Wildcat Yearbook Staff, 4th Year Seminary. BYU BA Clothing & Textiles 1971. First married John Ricks (Provo HS). They raised six kids, and she has 8+ grandchildren. After BYU, she and John moved often while he was in the Air Force. He eventually taught high school which took them to other places. They settled in West Valley City, Utah, where they lived until he passed away with cancer. She second married Preston Bair. "I was one of those fortunate students who attended B.Y. High. I began my education there in the fourth grade. I felt so proud to attend the Brigham Young University Elementary Laboratory Training School. We got a kick out of using that elongated title. I think my class had a reputation for being rowdies. The guys had fun sneaking out of windows during class, and the girls weren't afraid to go down the outside fire escape during gym class on the third floor of the lab building. I remember the student teachers. While I was in the fifth grade, as a joke on us, one of the sixth grade boys dressed up as a girl and sat with a real student teacher at the side of the class. We couldn't keep our eyes off him. She was weird, but we'd had weird ones before. When he finally revealed himself, we were angry for being deceived. But the all-time best student teacher story was from chorus class. When a particularly gullible young man was asked to direct the class, we claimed we couldn't see, so we asked him to stand on a chair. Mr. Webb always stands on a chair when we can't see him. (Mr. Webb wasn't very tall.) We eventually got him up on the grand piano, and he was leading us from that perch when Mr. Webb entered the room. The student teacher was embarrassed, Mr. Webb was aghast, and yet we all had a good laugh, especially because the student teacher was quite tall in the first place. When we graduated to the seventh grade we got to walk the halls with the tall and handsome basketball players. Basketball was big at B.Y. High. Even though our enrollment was small, we played as well as the bigger schools in the region. I remember when the Wildcats won the state tournament. My family drove us to Salt Lake City for the championship game. I remember the smell of the sawdust on the inside track of the fieldhouse on the U of U campus. I don't remember whom we played, but I do remember the final score, 58–51. Almost everyone from Provo stopped and had ice cream at Snelgroves afterward to celebrate. Football home games were great, too. Not every high school team got to play in the new Cougar Stadium!" [Marilyn Monson Ricks, BYU '71, BYU Magazine, Summer 2001]

Monson, Ramona

Ramona Monson

Class of 1939. Ramona Monson. College Enrollment. Ramona came to BYH from Pleasant Grove H.S. [Note: Is she any relation to Winona Monson, BYH Class of 1939? Twin?)

Monson, Ray

Monson, Ray

Ray Monson

Collegiate Grads of BYU, Class of 1912. Ray Monson. He received a B.A. Degree in 1912. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 5, page 496.

Monson, Thomas S.
Office of the President
LDS Church
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Thomas & Frances Monson

Board of Trustees, 1964 to the present. Thomas Spencer Monson, born August 21, 1927, is the 16th and current president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, a role which he assumed on February 3, 2008. President Thomas S. Monson had served as a Counselor in the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints since November 10, 1985. More recently, on March 12, 1995, he was set apart as First Counselor to President Gordon B. Hinckley. Following the death of President Hinckley on January 27, 2008, he became President of the Church. Prior to that, on June 5, 1994, he had been called as Second Counselor to President Howard W. Hunter, and on November 10, 1985, as Second Counselor to President Ezra Taft Benson. He was ordained an Apostle and called to the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles on October 4, 1963, at the age of 36. President Monson served as president of the Church’s Canadian Mission, headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, from 1959 to 1962. Prior to that time he served in the presidency of the Temple View Stake in Salt Lake City, Utah, and as a bishop of the Sixth-Seventh Ward in that stake. Born in Salt Lake City, on August 21, 1927, President Monson is the son of G. Spencer and Gladys Condie Monson. He attended Salt Lake City public schools and graduated cum laude from the University of Utah in 1948, receiving a degree in business management. He did graduate work and served as a member of the College of Business faculty at the University of Utah. He later received his MBA degree from Brigham Young University. In April 1981, Brigham Young University conferred upon President Monson the degree of Doctor of Laws, honoris causa. He was given the honorary degree, Doctor of Humane Letters, by Salt Lake Community College in June 1996. He is a member of Alpha Kappa Psi, an honorary business fraternity. President Monson served in the United States Navy near the close of World War II. He married Frances Beverly Johnson on October 7, 1948, in the Salt Lake Temple. They are the parents of three children: Thomas Lee Monson, Ann Frances Monson Dibb, and Clark Spencer Monson. They have eight grandchildren. Professionally, President Monson has had a distinguished career in publishing and printing. He became associated with the Deseret News in 1948, where he served as an executive in the advertising division of that newspaper and the Newspaper Agency Corporation. Later he was named sales manager of the Deseret News Press, one of the West’s largest commercial printing firms, rising to the position of general manager, which position he held at the time of his appointment to the Quorum of the Twelve in 1963. He served for many years as chairman of the board of Deseret News Publishing Co. President Monson is a past president of Printing Industry of Utah and a former member of the board of directors of Printing Industry of America. With his broad business background, President Monson served for many years as a board member of several prominent businesses and industries. He currently serves as a trustee of Brigham Young University and the Church Board of Education. Since 1969 President Monson has served as a member of the National Executive Board of Boy Scouts of America. President Monson has held membership in the Utah Association of Sales Executives, the Salt Lake Advertising Club, and the Salt Lake Exchange Club. For many years, President Monson served as a member of the Utah State Board of Regents, the body which governs higher education in the State of Utah. He also served as an officer in the Alumni Association of the University of Utah. In December 1981, President Monson was appointed by President Ronald Reagan to serve on the President’s Task Force for Private Sector Initiatives. He served in this capacity until December 1982, when the work of the task force was completed. President Monson was awarded the University of Utah’s Distinguished Alumnus Award in 1966. He is also the recipient of the Boy Scouts of America’s Silver Beaver Award (1971), its prestigious Silver Buffalo Award (1978), and international Scouting’s highest award, the Bronze Wolf (1993). In 1997 he received the Minuteman Award from the Utah National Guard, as well as Brigham Young University’s Exemplary Manhood Award. In 1998 he and Sister Monson were each given the Continuum of Caring Humanitarian Award by the Sisters of Charity of St. Joseph Villa.

Monson, Weldon

Weldon Monson

Faculty & Staff. Weldon Monson. He served as basketball coach during the 1930-1931 season at least.

Monson, Winona

Winona Monson

Class of 1939. Winona Monson. College Enrollment. Winona came to BYH from Pleasant Grove H.S. [Note: Is she any relation to Ramona Monson, BYH Class of 1939? Twin?]

Montague, Wallace Dea

Montague, Wallace Dea
Mesa, Arizona US

Wallace & Maxine Montague

Faculty & Staff 1960s, including 1962-68 - Seminary Teacher. Wallace Dea Montague. Wallace born December 24, 1917 in Elsinore, Utah. He married Maxine Walker on September 11, 1941 in Salt Lake City, Utah. After many years of teaching at BYH, they retired and moved to California. He died June 16, 1987 in Salt Lake City, Utah. His parents: John David Montague & Nellie Blair Montague. ~ ~ ~ ~ WIFE'S OBITUARY: Maxine Walker Montague, homemaker, died October 31, 2002, in Mesa, Arizona. Born April 14, 1920, in Holladay, Utah to Franklin Walker and Harriet Stevenson. She lived in Utah, Idaho, California and, since 1987 in Mesa. Maxine was an alto soloist, poet and genealogist. She enjoyed working with Boy Scout packs and troops. Mother of five; grandmother of 26; great-grandmother of 26. Preceded in death by her husband Wallace Dea Montague, LDS Seminary Teacher; son Mark; grandchildren Melissa Montague and Thane Walker Thomas; great-grandson Tyler Mark Montague. Survived by daughter Carol (Sterling) Thomas of Holladay; sons W. Dee (Marcia) and Paul (Verla) of Mesa; John (Rossalynn) of Ogden, Utah; sister Ramona Stapp of Chehalis, Washington; brothers Vernon of Emmett, Idaho; Lamar of Star, Idaho; Reed of Holladay; and by many nieces and nephews. Interment will be at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Caldwell, Idaho. [Published in the Deseret News, Thursday, November 7, 2002.]

Moody, Milton Ward

Moody, Milton Ward

Milton Moody

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1925. Milton Ward Moody. He received a BS Degree in Geology & Biology in 1925. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 326.

Moody, Norma

Moody, Norma

Norma Moody

Class of 1916. Norma Moody. She graduated from Brigham Young High School, Music Department, in 1916. Source 1: 1916 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, about 23 pages, not numbered. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1916. Norma Moody. She received a BYH Music Diploma in 1916. Source 2: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 9, page 43.

Moon, Elaine

Moon, Elaine
Lindon, Utah US

Elaine & Lowell/Ken Lowry / McMillan

Class of 1957. Elaine Moon. Junior Prom Committee, Graduation Committee. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Elaine Moon Lowry McMillan, age 56, of Lindon, Utah, passed away November 18, 1995, due to colon cancer. Born March 18, 1939 in Roosevelt, Utah, to J. Willis and Pearl Moon, the first of seven children. An active member of the LDS Church, she served in many positions in each of the auxiliaries of the church. She first married Lowell Lowry in the Salt Lake Temple, December 19, 1957. She was preceded in death by Lowell Lowry, September 13, 1980, and a granddaughter, Rachel Elaine Davis. She worked at Dr. Richard Parkinson's office, then at the BYU Law School, until she married Kenneth McMillan in the Provo Temple, August 7, 1992. Together they served a mission on Staten Island in New York South Mission. She is survived by her parents, J. Willis and Pearl Moon, of Provo; husband, Kenneth McMillan, of Lindon; children, Tamara and Duane Davis, of Draper; Mark and Trisha Lowry, of West Valley City; Bruce and Patti Lowry, of Lehi; Brian and Coreen Lowry, of Hornell, New York; and stepchildren, Carl and Linda McMillan, of South Jordan; Jerry and Lisa McMillan, of Granbury, Texas; Christie and John Michael Berg, of Orem; Michael and Sharon McMillan, of Lindon, and 30 grandchildren. Funeral services were held Wednesday, November 22, 1995 in Lindon, Utah. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. [Deseret News, Monday, November 20, 1995.]

Moon, Gwen

Moon, Gwen
2677 North 930 East
Provo, Utah 84604-4154 US

Gwen and Hyde Taylor
  • Work: (801) 375-4468

Class of 1956. Gwen Moon. Varsity Cheerleader. Pep Club, Chorus, Library Staff, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Hop Committee. BYU Open Major 1981. Married Hyde Taylor, BYH Class of 1956. He was into Football, Basketball, Track, Baseball, Lettermen Vice President, Spanish Club, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Hop Committee. ~ ~ ~ ~ Hyde and I were married in August of 1957. Hyde had to be in Cedar City to play football by the end of August, so we married before school started. Hyde played one year at Cedar City and then transferred to Provo. He took classes at BYU and UVSC. Hyde worked for a construction company and went to school. He was in the Army Reserve and really liked it, so we decided to give the Army a try and like they say, the rest is history. By the time we joined the Army, we had two girls. We stayed in the Army for twenty-plus years and traveled all over the country. Hyde ran the Airborne School at Ft. Benning, Georgia, for several years in between trips to Okinawa and Viet Nam. He had two trips to Viet Nam, and we had post-war babies, two boys. We were assigned to BYU ROTC department and we retired from BYU in 1980. Hyde has been in apartment management for about fifteen years, and the hardwood floor business until this last year. He installed and finished hardwood floors until he had to replace a knee, then he retired to take care of two of our grandchildren. This is the situation as it stands for now. I have worked in many jobs as we traveled around the country. I worked for Kent Collins at J.C. Penneys in Provo in the shoe department. That was probably the most fun of any of my jobs, as Kent was fun to work for, and I got to see everyone as they came in the back door from the parking lot. I have worked at a milk bar, a hardware store, a drug store, a drive-in, a foreman on a strawberry crew, and then after Hyde retired, I got my Real Estate License. That was in 1980, and I have been doing Real Estate since. I have had a few side jobs such as helping Hyde with the Senior Citizens during the summer at Branbury Park, when he managed it, and making tarts for weddings. Now I just do Real Estate and Hyde tends the grandkids. We both have enjoyed a great experience traveling around the country. We learned to camp and cook in dutch ovens and love the outdoor world. We have met some wonderful friends and have kept in touch with them. We have held many jobs in the Church and learned that no matter where you go you always have a family waiting for you. We saw much of the U.S. and Hyde got to see much of the world. We did enjoy our adventure in the military and would do it all over again. It is always fun to get sentimental and remember our days at good old BY High. My kids' favorite thing to do was to go through our yearbooks. They would laugh and have the best time with our styles and hair-do’s. We were so lucky to have gone there and have the happy memories of being with such good people. We will always treasure knowing all of our classmates and teachers. Kids now will never know how much fun it was to dance in 250-A, or have the fun assemblies, or the fun ball games, or the fun Chorus trips. We could go on for hours talking about the mischief Dean Maiben was always in. Those were the good old days. @2006

Moon, James

Moon, James
Hanna, Utah US

James Moon

Uncategorized Other Student. James Dailey Moon. One possibility: O. James Moon of Hanna, Utah, who was enrolled as a Commercial student at BYU in 1928. Background sources: BYU/BYH Annual Catalogues for the School Years 1923-24, 1924-25, and 1925-26, 1926-27, 1927-28. ~ ~ ~ ~ Another possibility: OBITUARY: James Dailey Moon, age 87, passed away Saturday, March 2, 1996 at his daughter's home in Spanish Fork. He was born Mary 12, 1908 in Woodland, Summit County, Utah, a son of Heber and Emily Henrietta Van Tassell Moon. He married Phyllis Cleola LeBaron, Nov. 4, 1943 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. She preceded him in death Jan. 24, 1992. James was educated in Tabiona and Provo schools. He attended the Brigham Young Academy [Note: Brigham Young Academy ceased to exist in 1903. He either attended BYH or BYU.] He was a sheep rancher until 1954 living in Hannah and Springville. He then purchased a dairy farm at West Mountain which he operated until 1969. He later worked for Muir Roberts fruit processing plant for many years. He was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints serving in many capacities including: a full-time mission to the Southern States; and callings in leadership, teaching, music, drama, and sports. James enjoyed playing the piano and played at dances when he was younger. He enjoyed sports, was an avid BYU fan. He always had a good story or joke that could put people at ease. Survivors include three sons and a daughter and their spouses: James L. and Kathleen Moon, Benjamin; George G. Moon, Provo; Merton L. and Sharon Moon, Payson; Venice and Richard Kimball, of Spanish Fork; 19 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren; three brothers and two sisters: Orven, Neola; Elmer, Duchesne; Vernon, Orem; Venice Van Wagoner Spencer, Salt Lake City; and Florence Johnson Anderson, of Roosevelt, Utah. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Maurine Moon, and three brothers: Robert, Vernell, and William. Services were held Wednesday, March 6, 1996, in Payson, Utah. Interment, Santaquin City Cemetery. [Deseret News, Monday, March 4, 1996]

Moon, LaRetta

Moon, LaRetta "M"
Orem, Utah US

LaRetta and Berthell Payne

Uncategorized Other Student. LaRetta "M" Moon. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: LaRetta "M" Moon Payne, 94, of Provo, Utah, died Wednesday, June 25, 2003, in Orem. She was born April 4, 1909, in Woodland, Summit County, Utah, a daughter of Nephi and Melinda White Moon. She married Harry Berthell "Berthell" Payne, Sr., October 18, 1935, in the St. George LDS Temple. He died November 12, 1983. She graduated from Brigham Young University. She was employed by J.C. Penney for a time. She loved sewing, cooking, rock hunting, fishing and traveling. She was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and had served as a visiting teacher, Relief Society teacher and President, Primary worker and President. She also served two missions with her husband. She is survived by her children, Lawrence Payne, Bonanza, Oregon; Harry B. Payne, Jr, Orem, Utah; Edward Payne, and Maralyn Harmston, both of Provo, Utah. She is also survived by 25 grandchildren, 42 great grandchildren, five brothers and two sisters. She was preceded in death by a son, Shermin Payne. Funeral services were held Monday, June 30, 2003, in the Grandview South Stake Center, 1122 North Grand Avenue, Provo. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. [Deseret News, Friday, June 27, 2003]

Moon, Robert H.

Moon, Robert H.
Hanna, Utah US

Robert Moon

BYH Class of [1924] & 1926. Robert Moon, of Hanna, Utah. The Moon surname appears in the composite class photo of the Class of 1924 in the BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, but we have been unable to unequivocally determine the first name of the student pictured. The most likely: Robert Moon is listed as a BYH Second Year (sophomore) in 1923, and as a Third Year (junior) in 1924. Then after skipping a year, in 1925-1926 Robert H. Moon is listed as a 4th Year (senior) student in the BYH Class of 1926. Background sources: BYU/BYH Annual Catalogues for the School Years 1923-24, 1924-25, 1925-26.

Moore, Anna Marie

Moore, Anna Marie
Springlake, Utah

Anna and George LeFevre

Class of 1929? Anna Marie Moore LeFevre, 79, died May 31, 1991 at a Payson care center. She was born December 16, 1911 at Springlake, a daughter of Clarence and Beatrice Young Moore. She married George Owen LeFevre, May 20, 1935 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. She graduated from the Brigham Young Academy. She taught school in Springlake and Payson. She wrote poetry, short stories, articles for local papers and a history of Springlake. She organized the Springlake Cultural Club. She was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints serving in many organizations and active in genealogy work for many years. She is survived by her husband of Springlake. Two daughters and 2 sons: Mrs. Mont (Maurine) Wilson, Layton; Mrs. Mark (Shirla) Neslen, Sandy; Keith O. LeFevre, Elizabethtown, Kentucky and Lloyd LeFevre of Springlake. 16 grandchildren, 7 great-grandchildren; three brothers and a sister: Lee Moore, Salt Lake; Bruce Moore, Provo; Karl Moore, Lehi and Iris Deuel of Payson. A son, and a daughter, Clarence and Maxine LeFevre and a sister, Vina Wilcox, all preceded her in death. Services were held Tuesday, June 4, 1991, in Springlake. Interment, Payson City Cemetery. [Deseret News, Sunday, June 2, 1991]

Moore, Annie

Annie Moore

Class of 1944. Annie Moore.

Moore, Carolyn

Moore, Carolyn
Provo, Utah

Carolyn and Dick Clark

Class of 1941. Carolyn Moore. Vice President of the Senior Class of 1940-1941. Wildcat Yearbook Staff. Opera. Fauvines. Student Newspaper Staff. She came to BYH from Mor. Park H.S. She married Richard S. Clark, BYH Class of 1942. OBITUARY: Carolyn Moore Clark passed away on Monday, February 9, 2004, at her home just prior to her 80th birthday. Carolyn was born on February 20, 1924, to Louis F. and Kathryn Cole Moore in Chicago, Illinois. She was the oldest of three siblings. Carolyn graduated from B.Y. High in 1941. She married her high school sweetheart, Richard S. Clark, BYH Class of 1942, on June 19, 1943, just before he left for Italy to serve in the U.S. Air Corp. She attended the University of Utah briefly before volunteering her skills during the war effort. Following the war, and the return of her husband, her educational goals became secondary as she shifted her love and support to her husband and his career in medicine. She loved to cook, travel, socialize and entertain. She was an avid golfer and enjoyed her time on the course with her husband and the ladies. She excelled in whatever she attempted. Her many achievements included Club Champion of the Riverside Country Club Ladies Golf, Master's in Tournament Bridge, and earning her pilots license. She always sat second seat to her husband. She was instrumental in bringing the Ladies Professional Golf Association to Utah. She was fond of taking cruises with "just the girls". Her life was devoted to her late husband, Dr. Richard S. Clark, and his long and successful career in medicine. She was a devoted mother and grandmother. Carolyn was preceded in death by her parents, Louis F. and Kathryn Cole Moore, and her husband of 57 years, Dr. Richard S. Clark. She is survived by her two daughters, Patricia Clark Millar and Mary Kay Clark; one son, Richard S. Clark, II; seven grandchildren, Jennifer Millar, Richard S. Clark, III (Virginia), Carrie Millar (Mrs. Bradley Bott), Sesily Clark (Mrs. Trent Lee), David Clark Millar, Sean Clark, and Dugan Richard Rees; one great grandchild, Cohen Chadburn Lee; her sisters, Roberta Clark (Mrs. Richard Clark) and Katherine Henderson (Mrs. Ralph Henderson). [Deseret News, Thursday, February 12, 2004.]

Moore, Charlene C.
13285 N W Overton
Portland, Oregon 97229

Charlene Moore

Class of 1943. Charlene C. Moore. ~ ~ ~ ~ IS THIS? Charlene Moore Barnett, 135 North Wall Avenue, Ogden, Utah 84404 - 801-627-1779 ? Charlene Moore Barnett attended BYU in 1978.

Moore, Clara

Moore, Clara

Clara Moore

Brigham Young High School, Class of 1908. Clara Moore. She received a Normal Diploma. Source: Students Record of Class Standings B.Y. Academy, Book 2, Page 277.

Moore, Kathryn
2160 E. Timber Lane
Idaho Falls, Idaho 84301 US

Kathryn Henderson

Class of 1944. Kathryn Moore. Married ______ Henderson. --@2001

Moore, Laura

Laura Moore

Class of 1946. Laura Moore. She graduated from BYH on May 23, 1946. Source: 1946 BYH Graduation Exercises Program.

Moore, Leila

Moore, Leila

Leila Moore

Brigham Young High School, Class of 1908. Leila Moore. She received a Normal Diploma. Source: Students Record of Class Standings B.Y. Academy, Book 2, Page 276.

Moore, Leonard O.
N-434 River Drive
Menominee, Michigan 49858 US

Leonard & Elsa Moore
  • Work: 906-863-7936

Class of 1949. Leonard O. Moore. He graduated from BYH on May 26, 1949. Source: 1949 BYH Graduation Exercises Program. ~ ~ ~ ~ Leonard married Elsa. Alternate address: RR3, Box 192, Menominee, Michigan 49858. Leonard O. Moore, PhD.

Moore, Mary

Mary Moore

Class of 1945.

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