Alphabetical Alumni
Sabin, Lulu Preal [LaPreal]

Sabin, Lulu Preal [LaPreal]
Parowan, Utah US

Preal and Edward Ward

Class of 1915. Preal [sometimes shown as LaPreal] Sabin graduated from BYH in College Hall on Thursday, June 3, 1915, in the Arts and Manual Training Department. Source: Program, 1915 High School Class, Thursday, June 3, 1915, College Hall. Class Colors: Red & Blue. Class Motto: "Duty is the Keynote of Success". Second source: 1915 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, pages 84-102. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1915: Lulu Sabin Preal. She received a BYH Art & Manual Training Diploma in 1915. Source 3: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 6, page 390. ~ ~ ~ ~ LaPreal Sabin, of Parowan, Utah, married William Edward Ward on June 23, 1926. William Edward Ward was born on November 6, 1896 in Parowan, Utah. His parents were William George Ward and Emily Ann Whitney Ward. William E. Ward died on March 16, 1939. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Funeral Services Held for LaPreal Sabin Ward [1941]. Funeral services for Mrs. LaPreal Sabin Ward, 45, were held Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock in the East Ward chapel [Parowan, Utah]. Mrs. Ward died at her home here Saturday morning of a heart ailment. The evening before she complained of a slight pain in her chest, but didn't think it was serious so retired. The next morning when she arose the pain was worse and the doctor was called, but she had passed away before he arrived. Joan Garner, who usually did her house work for her was the only person present when the end came. Funeral services were under the direction of Bishop W. L. Adams and commenced by the combined choirs of both wards directed by Ivan Decker, singing "Though Deepening Trials" with Lyle Marsden at the piano. The opening prayer was offered by J. L. Lowder, after which the choir sang "Nearer My God to Thee." Speakers were Silas J. Ward, Evan Bayles and Ray H. Adams, with Bishop Adams making a few closing remarks, all of whom spoke of their chose friendships with the deceased. Other musical numbers were a violin solo "Berceuse" by Ormon Weight; a mixed quartet consisting of Mary Dalton, Berta Burton, Bill Dalton and Ray Adams sang "Flowerland"; and a string trio consisting of June, Marion and Bruce Decker played "Love's Old Sweet Song." The closing song was "Sometime We'll Understand" sung by the choir. The closing prayer was offered by S. J. Whitney, and at the cemetery the grave was dedicated by David Richards. Pallbearers were two brothers, Victor P. and Owen S. Sabin of Salem, Utah, and four brothers-in-law, Orland, Frank and Keith Ward, and J. W. Richardson of Salem. Mrs. Ward was born at Salem, Utah, on March 5, 1895, a daughter of David Sabin and Julia E. E. [Emilia Elizabeth] Pfister Sabin. She received her education at Brigham Young High School, graduating in 1915, and also BYU, where she graduated in 1916. After her graduation she taught school, coming here [Parowan, Utah] as a teacher in 1920. In 1923 she went on a mission for the LDS Church to the Southern States where she remained until 1925. After returning she was married in the Salt Lake Temple in June 1926 to Edward Ward, who preceded her in death by almost two years. She has made her home here [Parowan] since her marriage. Mrs. Ward was prominent in church and civic affairs, having been the first president of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Parowan Post of the American Legion after its establishment here. For the past two years she has been instructor in the WPA art school here, where she has turned out many beautiful pieces of art work, and at the time of her death she was a member of the Parowan Stake Primary board. She is survived by here father of Payson, two sisters, Mrs. Ruby P. Richardson of Salem and Mrs. Irene S. Kelly of Brigham City; two brothers, Victor P. and Owen S. Sabin, both of Salem. [Parowan Utah Times, January 3, 1941.]

Sackett, Fleeta

Sackett, Fleeta

Fleeta Sackett

Class of 1926. Fleeta Sackett. Source: 1926 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section.

Sackett, Genevieve

Sackett, Genevieve
Provo, Utah US

Genevieve Sackett

Class of 1925 & Class of 1927. Genevieve Sackett. Source 1: 1925 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section. ~ ~ ~ ~ Source 2: Class of 1927. Genevieve Sackett is pictured with the BYH Class of 1927 in the BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section. ~ ~ ~ ~ Genevieve Sackett was born on May 22, 1909 in Provo, Utah. Her parents: Robert Franklin Sackett and Lillis May Meldrum Sackett. Genevieve Sackett died on July 31, 1998.

Sackett, Harold

Sackett, Harold

Harold Sackett

Class of 1925. Harold Sackett. Source: 1925 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section.

Sainsberry, Robert

Sainsberry, Robert
Utah, US

Robert Sainsberry

Faculty & Staff. Robert Sainsberry, Training School & Chemistry teacher, 1904-1906.

Sainsbury, Robert H.

Sainsbury, Robert H.

Robert Sainsbury

Brigham Young High School, Class of 1906, and Brigham Young University Class of 1907. Robert H. Sainsbury. In 1906 he received a Normal Diploma. Source: Students Record of Class Standings B.Y. Academy, Book 2, Page 139. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYH Class of 1906. Robert H. Sainsbury, a Normal graduate. BYU [& BYH] Class of 1906 Listing of BYH Normal, High School, Commercial, and Music School graduates. Source: Brigham Young Academy & Normal Training School, Catalogues & Announcements, for 31st Academic Year, 1906-1907, p. 140. ~ ~ ~ ~ Brigham Young University Graduate, Class of 1907. Robert H. Sainsbury. He received the Bachelor of Science degree (B.S.) in May of 1907. Source: Students Record of Class Standings B.Y. Academy, Book 2, Page 274.

Saleh, Fereydoun [Fred]

Fred Saleh

Class of 1946. Fereydoun Saleh [Fred Saleh]. He graduated from BYH on May 23, 1946. Source: 1946 BYH Graduation Exercises Program. ~ ~ ~ ~ IS THIS? Fred Saleh, MD, 8008 Frost St, Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92123 - (858) 637-7888 Hematology (Blood Diseases) Oncology (Cancer) Professional Link

Salisbury, Gee

Salisbury, Gee

Gee Salisbury

BY Academy High School Commercial Class of 1903 (final BYA class year - the next year, BYH). Gee Salisbury [male or female?] graduated from the Commercial Class on Tuesday, May 26, 1903, in College Hall. Source 1: Program, BYA Commercial Class 1903. ~ ~ ~ ~ BY Academy High School Class of 1903. Gee Salisburry [actually Salisbury] also received a Certificate in Bookkeeping. Source 2: Students Record of Class Standings B. Y. Academy, Book 2, Page 55.

Salisbury, Geraldine

Salisbury, Geraldine
Orem, Utah US

Gerri Kelly

Class of 1948. Gerri Salisbury [Geraldine]. Fauvines 1, 2, 3. Fauvine Vice President 3. Notre Maison 3, Notre Maison Historian 3. Girls Basketball 2. Junior Class Vice President 2. Tennis Team 3. Chorus 3. ~ ~ ~ ~ Gerri married ____ Kelly. (See her photo with her brother, Paul Salisbury '49, on Class of 1949 reunion page for 2003.) ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Geraldine Salisbury Kelly. 1930 ~ 2014. Gerri Kelly, age 84, passed away in St. George, Utah on January 8, 2014. Born January 21, 1930 in Provo, Utah to Paul and Chloe Murdoch Salisbury, she attended BY High and BYU, where she was a Cougarette. At various times she worked for Biddolph Photo Studios, JC Penney and the Marriott Center Ticket Office: she made many lifetime friends through these experiences. Gerri married Jack K. Kelly of Provo; they were later divorced. She loved music (singing with Relief Society Singing Mothers choir), fashion, sports (an avid BYU fan) and playing bridge. She served in many callings in the LDS Church (including Sunday School Chorister) and was proud to be a 100% Visiting Teacher. Gerri was preceded in death by her father, western artist Paul Salisbury and mother, Chloe S. Peay Salisbury; son, Kris; and two great-grandsons, William and Mike. She is survived by her brother Paul (Marilyn) Salisbury, Bountiful, Utah, and sons Karl (Karla) St. George, Utah and Kendall (Nancy) Naples, Florida; she has 7 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. Family memorial to be held at a future date. [Provo Daily Herald, February 20, 2014] Source.

Salisbury, Paul Murdock

Salisbury, Paul Murdock
Bountiful, Utah US

Paul & Marilyn Salisbury

Class of 1949. Paul M. Salisbury. Senior Class Vice President. French, Lettermen, Tennis, Baseball, Track, Basketball, Football. He graduated from BYH on May 26, 1949. Source: 1949 BYH Graduation Exercises Program. ~ ~ ~ ~ Paul Murdock Salisbury is a husband and father and Elder in LDS Church. He was born in Provo, Utah, went to Provo schools and was always interested in tennis and basketball. He played basketball for BY High School when the team went to the State Tournament. He played tennis for BY High School and BYU and won several trophies. Paul served for two years in the armed services. While in France he played tennis for his command base. He was also a legal secretary and court recorder. Paul had many interesting experiences in the military. He returned home and entered his schooling at BYU. He was a member of the TauSig fraternity. He later married Marilyn Vincent. She was active in music circles, singing in high school groups and in Relief Society and Singing Mothers. She served as a teacher in Primary, and as director in the Junior Sunday School They are the parents of two sons: Craig Paul Salisbury and Brian Vincent Salisbury. (See his photo on Class of 1949 reunion page for 2003, with his wife, Marilyn, and his sister, Geraldine [Gerri] Salisbury Kelly)~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Paul Salisbury, 1931 ~ 2017. Our beloved husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, cousin and friend passed away on October 1, 2017. Paul was born in Provo, Utah September 14, 1931 to Paul and Chloe Murdock Salisbury. He married Marilyn Vincent on February 8, 1958. They were sealed in the Salt Lake Temple. They raised 3 children. Paul graduated from BY High in 1949 and attended BYU. He was active in sports, especially tennis. He was on the BYU tennis team and won countless tournaments. He served in France and Germany in the US Army from 1953 to 1955. He loved the outdoors, especially fishing with his grandchildren. Paul worked in Sales throughout his life. He managed Triangle Tire Service in Bountiful, making many life-long friends. In his later years he served children as a crossing guard for North Salt Lake Police Department. He was a faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, serving in many callings. He was known for his love for others, kind, generous nature, and a strong, honest work ethic. Paul and Marilyn spent 60 years together. He will be missed greatly by family and friends. Preceded in death by son, Craig, parents, and sister, Geraldine Salisbury Kelly. He is survived by wife, Marilyn, children, Brian (Teresa), Andrea Myrick and 7 grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren. Viewing held at Orchard Stake Center, 3599 Orchard Dr. Bountiful, Fri. Oct. 6, at 10:30 am to 12:30 pm followed by funeral services at 1:00 pm at the church. Interment at the Bountiful City Cemetery. [Salt Lake Tribune, October 4, 2017]

Salmon, Mattie

Salmon, Mattie

Mattie Salmon

Brigham Young High School Class of 1905. Mattie Salmon. She received a Music Diploma, and a Certificate in Elocution. Source: Students Record of Class Standings B. Y. Academy, Book 2, page 55. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYH Class of 1905. Mattie Salmon, a Music School graduate. BYU [& BYH] Class of 1905 Listing of BYH Normal, High School, Commercial, Music & Arts and Industries Graduates, Catalogues & Announcements, for 30th Academic Year, 1905-1906, p. 176.

Sampson, Douglas Charles

Sampson, Douglas Charles
West Jordan, Utah US

Doug and LeiMomi Sampson

Class of 1956. Douglas C. Sampson. Track, Childrens Theater, Radio Club (played the deaf-mute in Tom Sawyer). BYU BS Zoology 1969. Married LeiMomi. ~ ~ ~ ~ Worked for Edison Brothers managing shoe stores until 1977 in Utah and Pueblo, Colorado. Returned to Utah in 1977 to work in the modular home setting industry. I also had my own small trucking business for a year or two. In 1984, I began working as a transport driver for Propane Transport International. I am working there at present but am looking forward to retiring soon. Served an LDS mission in Samoa 1959 to 1961. Returned to BYU and met LeiMomi Young from Monticello, Utah. We were married in the Manti Temple on November 17, 1962. We now have a family of twenty-nine – eighteen of them grandchildren. My father served as my mission president in Samoa. My parents have both passed away within the last five years. They were each ninety-one years of age at the time of their death. My sister Elma Sampson Bartholomew passed away from complications from cancer in 2004. My sister Dixie Sampson Harward lives with her family in American Fork, Utah. My sister, Karen Sampson Griffin, lives in Denver with her husband. My brother, Dean Sampson, lives with his wife in Orem. All are doing well and enjoying their grandchildren. My wife, LeiMomi, is a travel agent and has traveled to Russia, Japan and China. I have elected to stay closer to home, but we have enjoyed several vacations to Hawaii and spent a few weeks in Samoa in 1984, when my father served as temple president there. We mostly enjoy vacationing around the state of Utah, and about once a year we go to Boston to visit our children who live there. Leisure time finds us visiting, picnicking, hiking, backpacking, hunting, and fishing with our children and grandchildren. As for church callings, I have been able to serve in two bishoprics, high priest group leaderships, teachers, home teacher, nursery leader, etc. They seem to keep me busy. Our best times are spent with our five children and their spouses and our eighteen grandchildren who range from sixteen years to three months. My doctor tells me that I should be written up in the medical journal for a man who lived the longest with a VSD (Ventricular Septal Defect). I have known all my life that I had a hole in my heart but just this last December [2005] my doctor noticed the pressures in my heart and lungs seemed to be out of kilter so, on February 9, 2006, I underwent open heart surgery and the hole was repaired. Because the procedure is usually done on little children, one of the surgeons from Primary Medical Center was on hand. The opening was near the electrical system of my heart and caused my heartbeat to be irregular. As a result I came home with a pacemaker. However, I am doing well and hope soon to be back on my regular schedule. Life is good. @2006 ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: 1938-2019. Douglas Charles Sampson passed away September 20, 2019 from the effects of Alzheimer’s dementia. Doug was born in his Grandma Hansen’s home in Ephraim, Utah on May 22, 1938 to Charles and Thelma Sampson. He was oldest of five children: Dean (Flo), Elma (Richard Bartholomew), Dixie (Russell Harward), and Karen (Tim Griffin). He graduated from Brigham Young High School in the Class of 1956. He met LeiMomi Young from Monticello, Utah at BYU. They were married on November 17, 1962, in the Manti Temple. Doug and LeiMomi are the parents of five children: Dan (Kris), David, Benjamin (Kristin), Katie (Jeff Windsor), and Julie (Tadd Truscott), and foster son Archie Josley (Cindy). They also have 23 amazing grandchildren and two adorable great granddaughters. Funeral service will be held in Provo at 10:30 AM on Saturday, September 28, 2019 at the LDS chapel, 4525 North 345 East, Provo. A viewing will precede the service beginning at 9 AM. Memories and condolences may be shared at [Provo Daily Herald, September 25, 2019]

Sampson, Lynn
2737 Barcelona Drive
Modesto, California 95354 US

Lynn and Carrie Sampson
  • Cell: 209-846-5728

Class of 1967. Lynn Sampson. Thespians, President Symphony Debonairs, Letterman, President Science Club, Drama, Forensics (Superior at Region, Excellent at State), Band, Football, Cross Country, Track, Youth Valley Orchestra, Drum Major, School Bugler. He married Carrie. ~ ~ ~ ~ NEWS ARTICLE: Lost J.S. Bach Piece Performed by Kiwanis. In October of 1713, Johann Sebastian Bach worked as court organist to Duke Wilhelm Ernst of Saxony-Weimar. With money scarce and little to give but his talents, the 28-year-old composer wrote an aria for his patriarch’s birthday. The Duke put the piece in a box - where it stayed, never to be played nor heard. More. Nearly 300 years later, however, a Harvard University doctoral student happened upon the aria while examining some documents saved from a fire at the Anna Amalia Library in Weimar, Germany. The Bach Archive Foundation was alerted to the findings, and the piece was sent to them for authentication. In June of 2005, the composition was confirmed, and it was decided to release the music to the general public. Officials from the Anna Amalia Library contacted the foundation, however, and requested they not play the aria - so the world premier could be held at the re-opening of the library. The foundation agreed, but at the re-opening, musicians performed only half of the piece. When Lynn Sampson, singer, trumpet player and member of the Kiwanis Club of Modesto, California, heard of the aria, he promptly contacted the publishing company in Germany in an attempt to obtain a copy of the music. “We saw a newspaper article about it,” says Lynn. “I stayed up until two in the morning to call Germany to talk to some people about the piece.” After several calls and scheduling, the publishing company agreed to send the music to the club, which in cooperation with the opera singers in Modesto, staged the world premier of the entire piece before a standing-room-only crowd September 7, 2005. More than US $10,000 was raised to support the event. Kiwanians knocked on doors and explained what they were trying to do. A graphic designer offered to help with the programs for the event, and a printer in Modesto produced them at no cost. Modesto Junior College donated a harpsichord for the performance. [Sunday, June 18th, 2006.] ~ ~ ~ ~ February 2009: Lynn Sampson -- Certificate in Shakespeare Studies, The Shakespeare Academy, Modesto Junior College, Modesto, California (2001); Associate of Arts in Theater, Modesto Junior College (2007); Bachelor of Arts in Humanities, Mesa State College, Grand Junction, Colorado (1990); Advanced Diploma in Education, The University of London (2002). My principal teachers for trumpet were Dr. Newell Dayley, Professor Emeritus of Music at Brigham Young University, and, at The Aspen Music School, Bernard Adelstein, former first chair trumpet of The Cleveland Orchestra. Inspired by pianist Claudio Arrau and contralto Jennie Tourel, I promote the trumpet as a singing instrument. I founded The Lynn Sampson Bach Players (trumpet and piano) and Lynn Sampson Jazz Ensemble (trumpet and guitar). My international career began in 1989 with a recital at London’s Westminster Central Hall. I perform extensively having received acclaim for my interpretations of the music of Bach. My trumpet is a King Liberty dated Cleveland, 1927. My principal teacher for voice is Diana Ruggiero of The San Diego Lyric Opera. I sang with the world famous St. Anne Chapel Choir at Stanford University, was cantor for the Church of the Holy Name in San Francisco, and, for 16 years, cantor for the Latin Mass at Our Lady of the Assumption in Turlock, California. My concert activities include over 120 performances a year as well as recording and teaching. I present unique seminars, lecture/demonstrations and master classes on such subjects as brass techniques, music appreciation, and Renaissance music. Under the auspices of Music First, the charity I founded, I present solo concerts and innovative music education programs for children and seniors. I have written a dozen solo and chamber music works as well as over 20 transcriptions for trumpet of the keyboard music of Bach. I have acted on stage and in film. My credits include “The Diary of Anne Frank,” “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde,” and “The Apollo of Belac.” I received a Celebration of the Humanities Award for Drama in 2001 and have appeared in the Kevin Costner film “American Flyers.” I have written many arts related articles for publications such as “California Political Review” and “The American Record Guide Magazine.” In 2001 I established The Sampson Center, a home near the campus of my Alma Mater at Mesa State College in Grand Junction, Colorado, to serve as recital hall, art gallery, and residence for music scholarship students. I am an active member of Lions Club, an international charity devoted to meeting the needs of communities and the world, and Phi Theta Kappa, the world’s largest academic honor society. I am an avid racquetball player and cyclist and a trained chef specializing in French cuisine. I perform the old standards of the 1930s, ‘40s, and ‘50s by the masters of American and Brazilian popular song, such as Cole Porter, Richard Rogers, George Gershwin, and Carlos Jobim. My jazz ensemble presents these classics in a smooth, soft, melody driven style. One of my most recent performances was on Memorial Day at The Jazz Jubilee in Sacramento, California. Among the selections were Fats Waller’s “Ain’t Misbehaven’” and Gershwin’s “A Foggy Day.” Many in the crowd aboard the Delta King ferry boat anchored in the Sacramento River delta, traveled from out-of-state returning a third and fourth year in a row to hear me perform at the world’s largest jazz festival. @2009

Sandberg, Selene
719 East 2730 North
Provo, Utah 84604-4030 US

Selene Sandberg-Oates
  • Work: (801) 373-8476, (801) 607-1708
  • Home: 801-607-5060

Class of 1957. Selene Sandberg. French Club President, Quill & Scroll, Pep Club, Notre Maison, Thespians, Y'ld Cat Newspaper Feature Editor, Wildcat Yearbook Copy Editor, Poetry Contest Honorable Mention, Senior Hop Committee, Exchange Assembly, Model U.N., Graduation Committee. BYU BA English 1961. BYU Hawaii English 1969. She married Ernest Donald Oates. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Ernest Donald Oates. ST. GEORGE, UT -- A collision just north of Moab, Utah Saturday afternoon, September 18, 1999, ended the mortal life of Ernest Donald Oates. He was born March 7, 1934 in Los Angeles, California. During the Korean War Ernest served in the Marine Corps stationed in Japan. He earned a Master's degree in Portuguese and a Ph.D. in History from Brigham Young University. Though he had intended to pursue a career in academia, he accepted instead a commission with the U.S. State Department as a Foreign Service Officer. In that service he was posted in Kenya, Costa Rica, Colombia, Germany, and Japan. Ernest married Selene Sandberg on February 5, 1962 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He retired to St. George in 1987 to be with his parents. At the time of his death, he was working on a book in culmination of his lifelong interest in Africa. Ernest was a man of uncommon intelligence and integrity. His wife, Selene; four sons: Merrill, Jared, Sheldon, and Joseph; two sisters: Diane Nolen and Irene Cattani; his mother: Florence Oates; and many close friends and family members will miss him. Funeral services were held Friday, September 24, 1999 at the St. George West LDS Stake Center, 1285 No. Bluff. Graveside services were held Saturday, September 25, 1999 at the Provo City Cemetery. [Deseret News, Wednesday, September 22, 1999.] ~ ~ ~ ~ BRIEF BIO: Selene Sandberg Oates born April 21, 1939 in Provo, Utah. She married in the Salt Lake Temple on February 5, 1962. Selene Sandberg Oates is a descendent of Samuel Rose Parkinson and Arabella Ann Chandler; William Chandler Parkinson and Ellen (Lane) Elvira Nash,"Nellie"; and Ralph Dewey Smuin and Ray Parkinson; and Merrill Sandberg and Carma Leora Smuin. She is the eldest daughter of the latter. Her husband, whose career was as a Foreign Service Officer for the U.S. Department of State, a consul, was born March 7, 1934 in Los Angeles, California. He died in an automobile accident caused by his heart attack, on September 18, 1999. Her children and their families are as follows:
~ ~ Merrill Ernest Oates was born August 3, 1963 in Nairobi, Kenya, East Africa. His wife is Libora Indruchova of the Czech Republic. They live in Budapest, Hungary.
~ ~ Jared Sandberg Oates was born January 2, 1972 in Provo, Utah. He and his wife Deniece Davenport live in American Fork, Utah. They have Rachel Eliza who was 6 on April 30, Isaac Jared who was 3 on May 13, and Seth Daniel, who arrived on June 14, 2002.
~ ~ Sheldon James Oates was born April 24, 1976, resides in Fort Myers, Florida.
~ ~ Joseph Spencer Oates was born on October 1, 1980 in Frankfurt, Germany. He is now residing with his mother at 719 East 2730 North, Provo, Utah 84601, as of Monday, July 01, 2002. ~ ~ ~ ~ Telephone: (801) 373-8476. Alternate address: 8312 N. Sapphire Dr., St. George, Utah 84770-6067 [Note: emails sent to and to are being returned due to incorrect addresses.] @2007

Sandberg, Sidney
2727 North 700 East
Provo, Utah 84604-4016 US

Sid and Barbara Sandberg
  • Cell: (801) 372-2644
  • Home: (801) 377-1711

Class of 1967. Sidney M. B. Sandberg. President Spanish Club, Chair Young Americans for Freedom, Science Club, Forensices (Debate Manager), Band, Basketball, 4th Year Seminary, Extemporaneous Speaking (4th Place Alpine Speech Meet), Debate (Superior (Region), Honor Roll. BYU Hawaii 1964. BYU BA Spanish & Teaching Certificate 1973. BYU MBA 1975. BYU JD Law 1984. Sid Sandberg married Barbara Hatch, daughter of Charles Steven Hatch and Margery Doxey Hatch. Sid is a law partner of fellow classmate, Brent Ashworth. @2007 ~ ~ ~ ~ Email sent to bounced back. @2010

Sanderson, Thelma

Sanderson, Thelma

Thelma Murphy

Class of 1921. Thelma Sanderson [Murphy]. She received a High School Diploma in 1921. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 414. ~ ~ ~ ~ IS THIS? Thelma Murphy, who was born on March 12, 1903, and died in October 1983 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Was she from Fairview, Utah?

Sandgren, C. Dee, Jr.
3180 Mohawk Lane
Provo, Utah 84604-4839 US

Dee Sandgren
  • Home: (801) 373-1687

Class of 1958. C. Dee Sandgren. Student Body Social Chair. Track, Lettermen, Quill & Scroll, Thespian, Key Club, Yld Cat Newspaper Reporter, Wildcat Yearbook Business Manager, Band, Chorus, Boys State, I Speak for Democracy, Model U.N., Instrumental Contests, Pep Band, Dance Band, Soph Ball Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Hop Band Committee, Graduation Committee. BYU BA Humanities 1965. ~ ~ ~ ~

Dee Sandgren was the contact person for the The BYH Class of 1958 Golden 50th Year Reunion, August 16, 2008, at Utah Valley University [since 250A no longer exists].

Sandgren, Debbie

Debbie Sandgren

Class of 1973. Debbie Sandgren. [Need more information.]

Sandgren, Robert

Robert Sandgren

Class of 1973. Robert Sandgren. [Need more information.]

Sandgren, Vivi Ann
6227 Longview Drive
Salt Lake City, Utah 84107-7470 US

Vivi Ann Devenport
  • Work: (801) 262-8604

Class of 1954. Vivi Ann Sandgren. Chorus, Fauvines, Notre Maison, Shorthand Club, Thespians. Married ______ Devenport. --@2005

Sands, Phoebe

Sands, Phoebe

Phoebe Sands

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1927. Phoebe Sands. She received a BS Degree in Household Administration in 1927. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 298.

Sandstrom, Gerald Ray
4855 Friar Tuck Avenue
Las Vegas, Nevada 89130 US

Jerry Sandstrom
  • Work: (702) 876-8705

Class of 1961. Gerald Ray "Jerry" Sandstrom. Football Co-Captain, Basketball, Track, Dramatics, Forensics, Junior Class President, Seminary Graduate. BYU BS Accounting 1973. @2006

Sardoni, Dearwyn

Sardoni, Dearwyn
Provo, Utah US

Dearwyn Sardoni

Faculty & Staff. Dearwyn Sardoni, Music?, 1937-1938. [Female.] Her hobby was playing the violin.

Sauer, Gertrude

Sauer, Gertrude
Murray, Utah US

Gertrude and Glen Humphries

Class of 1927 & Class of 1929. Gertrude Sauer. Source 1: 1929 BYU Banyan, High School section. She is shown as a cast member in the play, "Little Women" during the 1928-1929 school year, in the 1929 BYU Banyan, High School section. ~ ~ ~ ~ Source 2: Class of 1927. Gertrude Sauer. Gertrude is pictured with the BYH Class of 1927 in the BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Gertrude Sauer Humphries passed away Oct 4, 2001 at the age of 90. Born July 21, 1911 to Augusta Trabert and Robert H. Sauer in Provo, Utah. After graduation from Brigham Young Academy [BYHS], she taught Home Economics at Farrer Junior High. She married Glen L. Humphries Dec 27, 1940 in Provo, Utah; later solemnized in the Salt Lake Temple Nov. 16, 1943. She served in numerous capacities for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints including Relief Society presidency, Sunday School and Primary teachers, homemaking instructor and visiting teacher. Gertrude was employed most of her life by the Murray City School District as a School Lunch Supervisor for McMillin Elementary, from which she retired. In her leisure, she enjoyed reading, sewing, quilting, knitting, crocheting, cooking; she was the ideal homemaker. Gertrude especially enjoyed giving compassionate service and spending time with her grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her husband. Survivors include sons, Ronald G. (Shirley) Humphries, Richard D. (Margie) Humphries; grandchildren, Yvonne (Dave) Fokken, Kevin (Kristen) Humphries, Tarryn (Darron) Batton, Troy (Shari) Humphries, D.J. Humphries, Talli (David) Andrus, Casey (Koreen) Humphries, Tami (Brent) May, Chad Humphries; and seven great-grandchildren. Services were held Wednesday, October 10, 2001, 11 a.m., in the Belview Ward. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. In her memory, the family suggests donations be made to the Robert H. Sauer Scholarship Fund in the School of Music at Brigham Young University. [Deseret News, Sunday, October 7, 2001]

Sauls, Kiefer Branham

Sauls, Kiefer Branham
Provo, Utah US

Kiefer and Elizabeth Sauls

Class of 1915. Kiefer B. Sauls. He graduated from BYH in College Hall on Thursday, June 3, 1915, in the Department of Business Education. Source 1: Program, 1915 High School Class, Thursday, June 3, 1915, College Hall. Class Colors: Red & Blue. Class Motto: "Duty is the Keynote of Success". ~ ~ ~ ~ Second source: 1915 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, pages 84-102. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1915. Keifer Sauls. He received a BYH Commercial Diploma in 1915. Source 3: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 7, page 218. ~ ~ ~ ~ Keifer B. Sauls was born on August 14, 1896 at Grays, South Carolina. His parents were John Wilson Sauls and Mary Terry. Keifer married Elizabeth Hoagland Cannon on August 19, 1932 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They had one daughter, Mary Alice Sauls [BYH Class of 1952], who married Stan Collins [BYH Class of 1951]. ~ ~ ~ ~ Keifer B. Sauls served as Secretary to three BYU presidents, as a purchasing agent, and as Treasurer of BYU. ~ ~ ~ ~ Keifer Sauls became Secretary to BYU President Franklin S. Harris. From his observations as secretary, Sauls recounted Harris' vision and educational philosophy: "He immediately charted an ambitious course for the destiny of BYU as he envisioned it and set sail. I once heard a faculty member philosophize about a young man with grandiose plans; it was thought the young man's sail was too big for his rudder. President Harris's sail was big, but the rudder proved adequate. . . . Dr. Harris believed in a well-rounded education. He had one. He had a better working knowledge in more fields of learning than any person of my acquaintance. Though his major field was science, he loved the classics in literature, art, and music and knew of the accomplishments through the centuries of the great artists in these areas." ~ ~ ~ ~ Keifer Sauls also worked for BYU President Howard S. McDonald. Kiefer B. Sauls was secretary of the delegation to Russia of which President Franklin S. Harris was chairman in 1929. ~ ~ ~ ~ Keifer Sauls served as Secretary to the President, and then Treasurer of Brigham Young University during the administration of President Ernest L. Wilkinson. Mr. Sauls served as treasurer of the University for fifty years, retiring in 1971. A conference room in the Abraham O. Smoot Administration Building was named in his honor. ~ ~ ~ ~ Kiefer Branham Sauls, born August 14, 1896 in Grays, Jasper County, South Carolina, died on March 28, 1980 in Provo, Utah.

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