Alphabetical Alumni

Sharp, Cheryl
5066 North River Crossing Lane
Tucson, Arizona US

Cheryl Roberts

Class of 1978. Cheryl Sharp. BYU Anthropology and Archaelogy 1982. She married _______ Roberts.

Sharp, Joseph Palmer

Sharp, Joseph Palmer
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Joseph & 2 Sharp

BY Academy High School Class of 1893. Joseph P. Sharp. He received a Certificate in Phonography (dictation & shorthand) & Type Writing. Source: Students Record of Class Standings B.Y. Academy, Book 1, page 195. ~ ~ ~ ~ Joseph Palmer Sharp was born on September 5, 1874 in Vernon, Tooele County, Utah. His parents were John "C" Sharp and Sarah Bethula Palmer Sharp. Joseph married twice, first to Emma Irene Merrill on June 14, 1899 in Logan, Utah. Emma was born on July 31, 1880 in Richmond, Cache County, Utah. Her parents were Marriner Wood Merrill and Almira Jane Bainbridge Merrill. Emma died on November 23, 1904 in Richmond, Utah. Joseph second married Anna Ellen Robinson on February 8, 1906 in Salt Lake City, Utah. She was born on December 7, 1882 in Richmond, Utah. Her parents were Franklin Gregson Robinson and Selina Ellen Griffin Robinson. Anna died on September 11, 1964. Joseph P. Sharp died on September 12, 1959 in Salt Lake City, Utah, at the age of 82. His interment, Salt Lake City Cemetery.

Shaw, Dan K.
2815 La Mesa Drive
Henderson, Nevada 89014 US

Dan Shaw
  • Work: 702-737-1033
  • Home: 702-458-8227
  • Fax: 702-737-1490

Class of 1967. Danny Shaw. Spanish Club, Ski Club, Letterman, Science Club, Football, Basketball, Tennis. BYU 1973. Utah Valley State College. Dan K. Shaw, Trustee, Nevada State College. President, DKS Associates, 3281 S Highland Dr, Ste 811, Las Vegas, NV 89109-1046 / Phone: (702) 892-9202. Chief Executive Officer of RMI, Realty Management Inc., a property management company managing more than 50 apartment complexes in Las Vegas, Boston, Dallas and Corpus Christi, Texas. RMI also manages homeowner associations in Nevada and Arizona. Longtime Las Vegas developer, Shaw is also a principal of VSS Enterprises. Shaw was a co-developer of the Renaissance retail and mixed-use centers on the south side of the Las Vegas Valley. Shaw made his money as a commercial developer. He was president of the Vista Group for eight years, overseeing the construction of Las Vegas shopping centers, industrial and office parks and apartment complexes. When he bought the multifamily division of Realty Holdings Group in 1990, he had 750 apartment units. Over the years, hes packed his property management portfolio with more than 50 apartment complexes consisting of nearly 12,000 units in Las Vegas, Boston, Dallas and Corpus Christi, Texas. RMI also manages 63 homeowner associations representing more than 13,500 homes in Nevada and Arizona. Realty Management Inc., (702) 737-1033 / (702) 798-8822. The VSS Enterprises development team is led by Mike Villamor, who served as an adviser in the development of Primm Valley Resorts, the Reserve hotel-casino in Henderson, and the New York-New York hotel-casino on the Strip. The VSS team includes Gregg Schatzman, executive vice chairman and chief operating officer; James VanWoerkom, chief financial officer; and Dan K. Shaw, chairman. Mike Villamor, an LDS ward leader, runs The Castaways [formerly Showboat], a casino owned by Mormon Dan Shaw who explained to his ward -- As long as you are ethical and honest in your dealings, that is what counts. Dan Shaw hosted the 35th reunion of the BYH Class of 1967 at the recreational complex he owns in Las Vegas. Business address: 630 Trade Center Drive, Las Vegas, Nevada 89119-3712 - 702-737-1033. @2007 ~ ~ ~ ~ Email sent to dshaw@rmicompanies.com and dshaw@rmillc.com bounced back unanswered. @2010 ~ ~ ~ ~ (KUTV) -- Dan Shaw attended the private high school Brigham Young High. It was founded in the 1800s. "It was an experimental high school that allowed people to progress at their own rate," Shaw described. So students would often take college courses while still in high school. B.Y. High also had small classes--there were about 32 people in Shaw's graduating class. "We got to know every single person in your class," he said. "Incredible people who have gone to great heights and accomplished incredible things." Shaw says the school produced people like university presidents, attorneys, and doctors. "Because it was small, we've all stayed very close and very bonded," he said. "It's been very good, I think, for everyone in those classes to have a networking ability and allow them to grow in many, many ways." Source. ~ ~ ~ ~ (KUTV) -- Dan Shaw is the CEO and president of the Days of '47 Rodeo. Shaw believes the rodeo is "part of the heritage" of the state. According to Shaw, the rodeo was started by Brigham Young two years after the pioneers came to Utah. "We're trying to preserve that heritage," Shaw said of the rodeo. "So people can understand what helped them get here." Shaw is involved with the rodeo because he wants to keep the story of the pioneers going. "It's part of what family is about, part of what the state is about, part of the tradition," he said. "I think that if we lose that, we lose part of who we are." It means a lot to him to be a part of this tradition. "I think that part of everyone's responsibility is to give back," he said. "I think if you can find a way to do that, that provides the ability for people to find joy and find happiness." Shaw grew up on a ranch in Malta, Idaho. "Huge town--120 people," Shaw laughed. His family eventually moved to Provo so he dad could teach at Brigham Young University. Shaw even attended Brigham Young High School, which is now the Provo Library. "I skied for a livelihood for awhile," Shaw said of his career. In fact, he skied competitively all over the world. Shaw has also been involved in the finance industry for most of his life. He has a finance company with employees in Nevada, Utah, and more. He is currently serving as a city councilman in Henderson, Nevada. He has six children. A motto he has lived by is, "You always want to remember that going up the ladder, someday you'll come back down. And so don't ever step on anyone's toes." "You have to be very mindful of people and treat them very kindly, I think, all the time," Shaw said. Source.

Shaw, David Michael (1959)
531 North 500 East
Orem, Utah 84097 US

Dave & Cynthia /Faye Shaw
  • Cell: 801-885-7921
  • Home: 801-225-0053

Class of 1959. David M. Shaw. Football, Chorus, Vocal Music Service Award. BYU BS Communications 1966. MA 1968 [not BYU]. BYU Executive MPA 1989. ~ ~ His parents were Glenn Charles Shaw and [Gladys] Lucille Stevenson Shaw, married in 1932. Glenn and Lucille had eight children, including: Bernadine Shaw (died as an infant); Robert Shaw (died as an infant); Glenn Keith Shaw (Margaret) of Udon Thani, Thailand; Marilyn Shaw (Jean-Pierre) Schroemges (b. 1934, d. 2001) of West Valley City, Utah; Brent Stevenson Shaw [Fremont High School in Oakland](Joan) of Orem, Utah; David Michael Shaw [BYH Class of 1959] (Cynthia) of Orem, Utah; Karren Ruth Shaw [BYH Class of 1961] (DeNile) Ackemyer-Aubrey of Fountain Green, Utah; and Suzanne Shaw [BYH Class of 1965] of Orem, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS FIRST WIFE'S OBITUARY: Cynthia Wilkerson Shaw, loving wife, mother and grandmother, unexpectedly passed away at home in Orem, Utah, on March 27, 2009. Cindy was born in Spartanburg, South Carolina on February 3, 1944 to Benjamin Workman and Lillie Mae Deaton Wilkerson. She always lovingly referred to South Carolina as her home. She married David Michael Shaw on July 1, 1964, in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Cindy graduated from BYU with a Bachelor's degree in History in 1965. She was a huge fan of BYU and Clemson football. She had a love of history and was an avid reader. She enjoyed a lifelong study of the scriptures and the gospel of Jesus Christ. She served faithfully in several church callings throughout her life. She devoted the last years of her life to the care of her elderly parents. She found joy in spending time with her eight grandchildren, and looked forward to their sleepovers. Her great love was her family and she will be deeply missed by them. She is survived by her husband David, daughters Deborah (Timothy) Andersen and their children Jacob, Nicholas, Austin and Tessa; Bonnie (Michael) Jones and their children Karrie and Ashley; Amy (Wesley) Sanford and their children Katelynn and Elizabeth; her sisters Lillie Compton and Breta Sorenson. She was preceded in death by her parents. Services were held on Tuesday March 31, 2009, at the Vermont 1st Ward Chapel, 670 E. 800 N., Orem, Utah. Interment, Timpanogas Memorial Gardens, 1000 N 400 E, Orem, Utah. [Provo Daily Herald, Sunday, March 29, 2009.] ~ ~ ~ ~ David M. Shaw, LDS Motion Picture Studio, Audio Engineer & Designer, 2230 North 300 West, Provo, Utah 84601 - (801) 370-9221 @2009 ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS SECOND WIFE'S OBITUARY: Faye Anderson was married to Dion Frazier in 2001 and he passed away. She met David Shaw at the BY High School Reunion in 2009 at Carolyn Woodruff's home. Dave's wife had passed away earlier that year, in March of 2009, and Faye's husband about 9 years earlier. Faye and David started dating and were married on January 15, 2010. They had a remarkable marriage and were able to travel and be together to many areas such as North and South Carolina, Victoria British Columbia and the Oregon Coast. Dave had three daughters and 8 grandchildren and Faye had 4 daughters and 9 grandchildren, which kept them both busy in traveling to Boise, Idaho and Medford, Oregon as well as parts of Utah to visit their grandchildren. David was called as Bishop of their ward in October of 2015, just prior to his 74th birthday. They had a wonderful marriage together and found great joy in their later years. Unfortunately, due to a tragic accident in June of 2018, Faye fell down the stairs and broke her neck. She was laid to rest in the Orem City Cemetery in June of 2018. She lived a remarkable life and was a great joy to her children and her husbands. She is sorely missed. @2018

Shaw, David Owen (1964)
956 South 500 East
Orem, Utah 84097 US

Dave Shaw
  • Work: (801) 283-9023

Class of 1964. David O. Shaw. Wrestling, Y Club, Forensics, Chorus, Band, Seminary Graduate, Seminary 4 years, Quill & Scroll. BYU BA History 1970. BYU BA English Literature 1973. BYU MLS Library Science 1975. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents are Merlin John Shaw and Mildred Ottley Shaw, married 1937 in Salt Lake City. Their children: Heidi Ann Shaw (Jack) Birch of Murray; Varol Edward Shaw of Provo; Merlene Shaw [BYH Class of 1962] (Lynn) Bybee of South Ogden; Dr. David Owen Shaw [BYH Class of 1964] of Orem; George Glade (Lorna) Shaw [BYH Class of 1968] of South Jordan; and Irene Shaw (Don) Casper of Evanston, Wyoming. ~ ~ ~ ~ Dr. David Owen Shaw.

Shaw, George Glade
2505 Rustic Roads Drive
South Jordan, Utah 84095-8631 US

George and Lorna Shaw
  • Work: (801) 254-2579

Class of 1968. George Shaw. BYU BS Geographic Planning 1975. BYU MS Geography 1976. Married Lorna. His parents: Merlin John Shaw and Mildred Ottley Shaw, married 1937 in Salt Lake City. Their children: Heidi Ann Shaw (Jack) Birch of Murray; Varol Edward Shaw of Provo; Merlene Shaw [BYH Class of 1962] (Lynn) Bybee of South Ogden; David Owen Shaw [BYH Class of 1964] of Orem; George Glade (Lorna) Shaw [BYH Class of 1968] of South Jordan; and Irene Shaw (Don) Casper of Evanston, Wyoming. ~ ~ ~ ~ Born August 29, 1950 to Merlin John Shaw (BYU Professor of Religion) and Mildren Ottley, fifth of six children. Two older siblings also graduated from BYH: Merlene Shaw Bybee (Class of 1962) and David Owen Shaw (Class of 1964). Served in the Australia East Mission, 1970-72. Graduated from BYU (1974) BS degree in Geographic Planning, MS degree from BYU (1976) in Urban Geography. Married Lorna Marie Morgan of Sanford, Colorado (1974) in the Salt Lake Temple. Lived in Provo, West Jordan, Sandy, and South Jordan, Utah. Parents of seven children: Valerie, North Salt Lake, Utah; Suzanne (Dustin), Tooele, Utah; Rachel (Ron), West Valley City, Utah; Merlin Jay (Melanie), St. George, Utah; Karalee (Michael), Taylorsville, Utah; Gregory Glade (student at UVU), Brian Morgan (student at BYU and recently called to serve in the Washington Everett Mission). Grandparents of nine beautiful children. ~ ~ ~ ~ Career: City Planner for the cities of Orem, Sandy, Salt Lake City, and South Jordan, Utah. Currently Community Development Director for South Jordan City. Wife is the Herriman High School Seminary Secretary. ~ ~ ~ ~ Church Service: Scoutmaster, Teacher's Quorum Advisor, YM President, Bishop's Counselor, Bishop, and High Councilor. Currently 1st Counselor in the South Jordan Utah Country Park Stake Presidency. ~ ~ ~ ~ Hobbies and Interests: Hiking/ backpacking in Southern Utah, camping, traveling, home remodeling, gardening, provident living, and family activities. @2010

Shaw, Karren Ruth
P O Box 215
Fountain Green, Utah 84632 US

Karren & Tom Ackemyer-Aubrey
  • Cell: (801) 910-8308
  • Home: 435-445-3898

Class of 1961. Karren Ruth Shaw. Chorus, Dramatics, Seminary Graduate. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents were Glenn Charles Shaw and [Gladys] Lucille Stevenson Shaw, married in 1932. Glenn and Lucille had eight children, including: Bernadine Shaw (died as an infant); Robert Shaw (died as an infant); Glenn Keith Shaw (Margaret) of Udon Thani, Thailand; Marilyn Shaw (Jean-Pierre) Schroemges (b. 1934, d. 2001) of West Valley City, Utah; Brent Stevenson Shaw [Fremont High School in Oakland](Joan) of Orem, Utah; David Michael Shaw [BYH Class of 1959] (Cynthia) of Orem, Utah; Karren Ruth Shaw [BYH Class of 1961] (DeNile) Ackemyer-Aubrey of Fountain Green, Utah; and Suzanne Shaw [BYH Class of 1965] of Orem, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ 1.5 Years at BYU in Business Management. I married Thomas Frances Ackemyer-Aubrey on January 8, 2005. After we had lived in West Valley, Utah for 1 1/2 years, I retired from LDS Family Services on May 31, 2006, and we moved to Fountain Green, Utah. We love the town and love the people. It is especially rewarding for me to have contact with Lucy Yorgason, mother of Gary Yorgason, who I dated my senior year. Serving on the 45th Year Reunion committee of the Class of 1961 in 2006. @2006 ~ ~ ~ ~ Email sent to karrenfn@cut.net bounced back. @2010

Shaw, Merlene
5902 South Cedar Lane
Ogden, Utah 84403-5219 US

Merlene and Lynn Bybee
  • Work: (801) 479-3753

Class of 1962. Merlene Shaw. Seminary Graduate, Pep Club, Hi-Steppers, F.H.A. BYU Accounting Technology 1964. Married Mr. Lynn Bybee. Her Parents: Merlin John Shaw and Mildred Ottley Shaw, married 1937 in Salt Lake City. Their children: Heidi Ann Shaw (Jack) Birch of Murray; Varol Edward Shaw of Provo; Merlene Shaw [BYH Class of 1962] (Lynn) Bybee of South Ogden; David Owen Shaw [BYH Class of 1964] of Orem; George Glade (Lorna) Shaw [BYH Class of 1968] of South Jordan; and Irene Shaw (Don) Casper of Evanston, Wyoming. @2007

Shaw, Michael [Joseph Michael]

Shaw, Michael [Joseph Michael]
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Michael and Merlene Shaw

Class of 1957 ~ Honorary. Michael Shaw. HIS OBITUARY: Joseph Michael Shaw, 54, died March 13, 1994 near Wendover, Utah, from injuries sustained in an airplane accident. Born September 26, 1939 in Provo, Utah, to Clinton George Shaw and Argene Lillian Pullen Shaw. Michael first married Merle Hutchings, March 2, 1955 in Brigham City, Utah; later divorced. Michael second married Merlene Wadsworth Bunting, December 26, 1987 in Salt Lake City, Utah. He worked as an aviation technician for Delta Airlines for 10 years. He held numerous pilot ratings. He retired from Kennecott Copper Corp after 32 years of service. He had worked as an insurance salesman, real estate developer, and general contractor. He graduated from Salt Lake Community College. Member of F&AM Uintah Lodge No. 7. He was the best Dad in the world. ``Now you are soaring with the angels. We love you, Dad''. Survived by children, Debbie Dube; Barbara (Roy) Skog; Kelly (Steve) Clark; Judy Sue Hogg - Brian Andrews; 16 grandchildren; two great-grandsons; three brothers, Robert (Sue) Shaw, Douglas (Willie) Shaw, Brent Shaw. Preceded in death by his parents and a son-in-law, Robert A. Hogg. Funeral services were held Monday, March 21, 1994, at Redwood Memorial Estates in Salt Lake City, Utah. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS WIFE'S OBITUARY: Merlene Elena Wadsworth Bunting Shaw, 51, died March 13, 1994 near Wendover, Utah, from injuries sustained in an airplane accident. Born October 15, 1942 in Caliente, Nevada, to Richard and Leora Farnsworth Wadsworth. She first married James Richard Bunting in Panaca, Nevada, December 28, 1963; later divorced. She second married Joseph Michael Shaw, December 26, 1987 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Member LDS Church. Merlene was a graduate from the Holy Cross School of Nursing. She was a Registered Nurse at the VA Hospital, where she was involved in medical research. Merlene was a wonderful mother and grandmother. She was loved and will be deeply missed by her family and friends. Survived by children, James Richard (Wendy) Bunting, Jr.; Harold Duane (Natalie) Bunting; Michael Jeffery (Marci) Bunting; 16 grandchildren; two great-grandsons; sister, Chloe Simkins. Preceded in death by parents and brother, Harold Bunting. Funeral services were held Monday, March 21, 1994, at Redwood Memorial Estates Mortuary in Salt Lake City, Utah. Interment, Panaca, Nevada Cemetery. [Deseret News, Saturday, March 19, 1994.]

Shaw, Robert Clinton

Shaw, Robert Clinton
Sandy, Utah US

Bob and Susie Shaw

Class of 1955. Robert C. Shaw. Student Body Vice President. Track, Lettermen, Band, Chorus, Bookkeeping Team, Soph Class Vice President. BYU BS Business Management 1962. He married Nancy Haight in the Salt Lake City Temple in May, 1961 and they had 3 children. They were later divorced. He married Susie Henry on May 31, 1975. She has one daughter: Holly Henry. @2006 ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Robert Clinton Shaw ~ 1937-2013. ‘My’ Robert “Bob” Clinton Shaw passed away Monday, May 27, 2013 with failing health at the Highland Care Center with his wife of 38 years, Susie, by his side. Robert was born on February 12, 1937 to George and Argene Shaw in Provo, Utah. He graduated from Brigham Young High School in Provo with the Class of 1955. Robert served an LDS mission in Chicago, Illinois. He graduated from BYU with a Bachelors degree in Business Administration and also received his MBA from UCLA. Robert spent 36 years with TransWorld Airlines [TWA] as the Station Manager at the Salt Lake City Airport 1987-1995. He retired from TWA in 2000. After his retirement he worked for United Airlines as a Customer Service Agent for 11 years. Robert is survived by the love of his life and soulmate, Susie, their four children, Kendall ‘KC’ Kier of Garland, Texas; Steven Shaw of Dallas, Texas; David (Karyn) Shaw of Garland, Texas; and Holly Henry (Gabe) Lopez of Blaine, Minnesota. Four grandchildren: Katie, Robert, Nicholas, Breanna, and two great grandsons Braiden and Gavin. Robert was preceded in death by his parents and his three brothers, Michael, Douglas and Brent. Funeral services will be held on Monday, June 3, 2013 at 11 A.M. at the Larkin Sunset Gardens Mortuary, 1950 East 10600 South, Sandy, Utah. A viewing will be held from 10–10:45 A.M. prior to the services at the mortuary. Interment, Provo City Cemetery, Provo, Utah. Source.[May 29, 2013]

Shaw, Suzanne

Shaw, Suzanne
Pleasant Grove, Utah US

Sue and Rusty Shaw

Class of 1965. Suzanne Shaw [Shaw]. Pep Club, Hi-Steppers, F.H.A., Drama, Chorus Vice President, Wildcat Yearbook Staff, Seminary 4 years, Safety Council President. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents were Glenn Charles Shaw and [Gladys] Lucille Stevenson Shaw, married in 1932. Glenn and Lucille had eight children, including: Bernadine Shaw (died as an infant); Robert Shaw (died as an infant); Glenn Keith Shaw (Margaret) of Udon Thani, Thailand; Marilyn Shaw (Jean-Pierre) Schroemges (b. 1934, d. 2001) of West Valley City, Utah; Brent Stevenson Shaw [Fremont High School in Oakland] (Joan) of Orem, Utah; David Michael Shaw [BYH Class of 1959] (Cynthia) of Orem, Utah; Karren Ruth Shaw [BYH Class of 1961] (DeNile) Ackemyer-Aubrey of Fountain Green, Utah; and Suzanne Shaw [BYH Class of 1965] married Rusty Shaw. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU BS Nursing 1970. Married Rusty Shaw. One adopted daughter, Maria Suzanne, who is now married to Mike Summers; Grandson David. Suzanne moved from Texas back to Zion in November, 2005, to work as a software product analyst. Employed by Progresa Health Systems, 575 West Murray Blvd, Salt Lake City, UT 84103. It's great to be home. @2009 ~ ~ ~ ~ Suzanne Shaw passed away in the summer of 2013. No obituary.

Shayesteh, Ahmad
24 Barden Drive
Allestree, Derby, England DE3-2AJ GB

Ahmed Shayesteh

Class of 1951.

Sheffield, Clark W.
274 North 550 East
Lindon, Utah 84042 US

Clark Sheffield
  • Work: (801) 796-3836

Class of 1978. Clark Sheffield. BYU BA University Studies 1983. Dr. Clark W. Sheffield, MD.

Sheffield, Eileen

Sheffield, Eileen
Salt Lake City, Utah

Eileen and Kevin Dorrity

Class of 1963. Eileen Sheffield. Hi-Steppers, Chorus, Thespians, F.H.A., Seminary 4 years. BYU BS Business Education & Administrative Management 1968. Married Kevin Dorrity. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents: Loftis J. Sheffield from Kaysville, Utah and Blanche Whitely Sheffield, from Oakley, Idaho, married in 1943. He worked for the FBI. They had eight children: Jane Sheffield (dec.); Eileen Sheffield Dorrity [BY High graduate of 1963] of Salt Lake City; Roger W. Sheffield [BYH Class of 1966] of Highland; Mark Sheffield of San Jose, California [attended BYH, Class of 1970]; Richard Sheffield of Provo [attended BYH, Class of 1971]; Tyler Sheffield of Chicago; Clark Sheffield of Lindon; and Nan Sheffield Black of Dayton, Ohio. @2008 ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Eileen Sheffield Dorrity, age 65, passed away March 16, 2010. Her ever-happy disposition and infectious smile were an inspiration to all who knew her; she will be dearly missed. Eileen was born in St. Louis, Missouri on January 31, 1945 to Loftis Jolley Sheffield and Blanche Whiteley Sheffield. She was oldest of eight children including Roger [BYH Class of 1966](Linda)Sheffield; Jane Sheffield (deceased); Mark [attended BYH, Class of 1970] (Pam) Sheffield; Richard [attended BYH, Class of 1971] (Annette [deceased], Tamara) Sheffield; Tyler (Christine) Sheffield; Clark (Polly) Sheffield; and Nan Sheffield (Carl) Black. Eileen graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1963 and Brigham Young University (Business) in 1968. She played the piano with perfect pitch and rejoiced in being able to serve others through music. She enjoyed sewing, baking and taking care of her children. She married LeRoy Bird on August 22, 1967 and was blessed to have four children: Randall (Colette), Kristen (Trevor), Kevin (deceased), Justin. She is grandmother to Isabelle, Sofie, Ryan, Lucie, Kaira and Kobe. She met and married Kevin Dorrity in 1992 (sealed in Salt Lake Temple in 1996). Eileen and Kevin were devoted to each other, spending nearly 100% of their time together over the next 18 years. Eileen is an amazing example of a life of gratitude as she remained sweet, pleasant, and non-judgmental despite significant challenges in her life. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, March 20, 2010 at Larkin Mortuary, 260 East South Temple, where also friends may call one hour prior to services. Interment: Larkin Sunset Lawn Cemetery. [Deseret News, Friday, March 19, 2010]

Sheffield, Mark Whiteley
4668 Blanco Drive
San Jose, California 95129 US

Mark Sheffield
  • Work: (408) 257-8485

Class of 1970. Mark Sheffield. BYU BS Accounting 1977. BYU MACC Accounting 1977. Parents: Loftis J. Sheffield from Kaysville, Utah and Blanche Whitely Sheffield, from Oakley, Idaho, married in 1943. Loftis Sheffield worked for the FBI. They had eight children: Jane Sheffield (dec.); Eileen Sheffield Dorrity [BYH Class of 1963] of Salt Lake City; Roger W. Sheffield [BYH Class of 1966] of Highland; Mark Sheffield of San Jose, California [BYH Class of 1970]; Richard Sheffield of Provo [BYH Class of 1971]; Tyler Sheffield of Chicago; Clark Sheffield of Lindon; and Nan Sheffield Black of Dayton, Ohio.

Sheffield, Richard Whiteley
1675 Oak Lane
Provo, Utah 84604-2142 US

Richard Sheffield
  • Work: 801-426-8200

Class of 1971. Richard Sheffield. BYU BA Communications 1976. BYU JD Law 1979. Wife: Annette; Seven Children; Business & Real Estate Attorney in Provo; Member of Provo City School Board. His parents: Loftis J. Sheffield from Kaysville, Utah and Blanche Whitely Sheffield, from Oakley, Idaho, married in 1943. Loftis Sheffield worked for the FBI. They had eight children: Jane Sheffield (dec.); Eileen Sheffield Dorrity [BY High graduate of 1963] of Salt Lake City; Roger W. Sheffield [BYH graduate of 1966] of Highland; Mark Sheffield of San Jose, CA [attended BYH, class of 1970]; Richard Sheffield of Provo [attended BYH, class of 1971]; Tyler Sheffield of Chicago; Clark Sheffield of Lindon; and Nan Sheffield Black of Dayton, Ohio. Alternate email: RichardS@provo.edu ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS WIFE'S OBITUARY: Annette Steenblik Sheffield, 49, of Provo, died May 10, 2007 of complications from cancer. Born in Salt Lake City to Ralph and Joyce Steenblik, Annette graduated from West High School. She attended college at Ricks, the U of U, and BYU, and ultimately graduated in Elementary Education from Arizona State University. She married Richard W. Sheffield of Provo in the Salt Lake Temple in 1979. Shortly thereafter they moved to Tempe, Arizona where they lived for 20 years prior to returning to Provo in 2000. Annette said that her greatest joy is being a wife and mother. This perspective and her natural talents greatly blessed the lives of her husband and their seven children, Clinton (Lisa), Natalie (JJ), Julianne (Joe), Laura, Alicia, Eric, and Ryan. Skilled in the time-honored crafts of sewing, canning, and bread making, she possessed even greater gifts in molding minds and spirits. She supported her children in their activities and aspirations, counseled with them in practical and comforting ways, taught them to enjoy life and associations, and helped them believe in their potential. Annette loved being outdoors, whether working in her gardens or hiking with young women and family. She knew how to work hard and complete plans and projects. She had a childlike enthusiasm for life and her avocations. Annette served in many teaching and leadership callings in every auxiliary of The LDS Church and made significant contributions to other civic and school endeavors. Extremely observant of others' needs, she responded selflessly and privately. Annette made people feel comfortable and welcome in her presence. She left a lasting influence and established lifelong friendships with youth and adults. Through the difficult struggles with cancer since 2004, Annette exhibited extraordinary faith and grit, while maintaining a joyful and positive perspective. She sustained purpose, excitement, and enjoyment in her life and continued touching the lives of her family and others. Annette is survived by her husband, parents, children, two grandchildren, and by her siblings, Scott Steenblik, Lloyd Steenblik, Cynthia Carlisle, Marcell Baker, and Karl Steenblik. Funeral services were held in the Oak Hills Stake Center in Provo on Thursday, May 17, 2007. Condolences may be sent to family.sheffield@gmail.com [Deseret News, Tuesday, May 15, 2007.] Remarried in 2009 to Dr. Tamara Lewis (Sheffield). Updated @Jun2012.

Sheffield, Roger Whiteley
10488 Edinburgh Dr.
Highland, Utah 84003-9584 US

Roger & Linda Sheffield
  • Home: 801-756-5145

Class of 1966. Roger W. Sheffield. 1966 BYH Student Body Business Manager. Tennis, Lettermens Club, Debate Manager, German Club, Ski Club, National Honor Society, Superior Debate Region, Seminary Graduate, Pianist. Mission: Guatemala, BYU BA English, Univ of Utah MD, General Surgery, Wife: Linda Madsen Sheffield, poet. Five children, nine grandchildren. ~ ~ ~ ~ Roger's parents: Loftis J. Sheffield from Kaysville, Utah and Blanche Whitely Sheffield, from Oakley, Idaho, married in 1943. Loftis worked for the FBI. Loftis & Blanche had eight children: Jane Sheffield (dec.); Eileen Sheffield Dorrity [BY High graduate of 1963] of Salt Lake City (dec); Roger W. Sheffield [BYH graduate of 1966] of Highland; Mark Sheffield of San Jose, CA [attended BYH, Class of 1970]; Richard Sheffield of Provo [attended BYH, Class of 1971]; Tyler Sheffield of Chicago; Clark Sheffield of Lindon; and Nan Sheffield Black of Dayton, Ohio. ~ ~ ~ ~ "I'll be sorry to be missing the 45th reunion. We leave next week to join the USNS Comfort, a hospital ship, in South and Central America for three months. I've stopped my General Surgery and Emergency Medicine practices. We spent some time in China this year since our son is working there for a few years." @2011 @2016 Roger and Linda attended the 50th Anniversary Reunion of the BYH Class of 1966 on September 2, 2016.

Sheffield, Tyler Whiteley
525 Sumac Lane
Provo, Utah 84604-1857 US

Tyler Sheffield
  • Work: (801) 607-3502
  • Home: (801) 374-2013

Class of 1975. Tyler W. Sheffield. BYU BS Accounting 1980. Northwestern State University - Alva, Oklahoma MBA 1982. Parents: Loftis J. Sheffield from Kaysville, Utah and Blanche Whitely Sheffield, from Oakley, Idaho, married in 1943. He worked for the FBI. They had eight children: Jane Sheffield (dec.); Eileen Sheffield Dorrity [BYH Class of 1963] of Salt Lake City; Roger W. Sheffield [BYH Class of 1966] of Highland; Mark Sheffield of San Jose, California [BYH Class of 1970]; Richard Sheffield of Provo [BYH Class of 1971]; Tyler Sheffield of Chicago [BYH Class of 1975]; Clark Sheffield of Lindon; and Nan Sheffield Black of Dayton, Ohio. Tyler recently moved to Provo from Chicago. @Oct 2006.

Shell, Verl Dee

Shell, Verl Dee
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Verl and Joyce Shell

Class of 1956. Verl D. Shell. Football Captain, Football All Region, Football State Honorable Mention, Basketball, Track, Wrestling, Lettermen. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU MS Physical Education 1965. BYU MS Physical Education 1962. Married Joyce Richardson of Salt Lake City, Utah in 1962. We have four children and nineteen grandchildren. Teaching Assistant – Field and Track Coach at the University of Utah in 1960. In addition to teaching, have had businesses involving the purchase and sale of horses and cattle. Also, currently, and for several years, have had a Drivers Education business. Played football for BYU as a defensive back and still hold the school record for most interceptions (three) by one individual in single game. What happens next – who knows? @2006 ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Verl Dee Shell, 1938~2010. On February 24, 2010, at the age of 72, our beloved and devoted husband, father and grandfather peacefully passed away in his home with his eternal sweetheart by his side after a long and courageous battle with cancer. Verl Dee Shell was born February 17, 1938 in Provo, Utah to Mary LaRie Perry and Elmer Shell. His fondest childhood memories were of the days spent on his Grandfather (Marquis) Perry's farm in Mapleton where he developed his lifetime love of horses. He graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1956. Verl had an exciting and successful track and football career at Brigham Young University where he set and is currently tied for the most interceptions recorded in one game. He transferred to the U of U where he met and later married the prettiest girl in his ballroom dance class, Joyce Louise Richards, the daughter of Lynn S. and Lucille Covey Richards. After graduating from the University of Utah with degrees in physical education, Verl and Joyce were married in the Salt Lake City Temple on June 12, 1962. Verl and Joyce then returned to BYU where he earned a masters degree in health education. Verl is survived by his children Michael, Christine (Stephen) Holding, Stephanie Lynne (Ted) Mecham, Margaret (Jeff) Glover, Mariann (Wells) Wilkinson and by his 19 grandchildren who all think their grandpa hung the moon. He is also survived by Joyce's brothers and sisters whom he loves dearly. Verl was a lifetime entrepreneur and always had a dream which was evident early in his teenage years when he turned a profit selling Holstein calves and breaking wild mustangs. After a rewarding career as a football, track and wrestling coach for Granite School District, Westminster College and the University of Utah, Verl owned and operated several of his own businesses including Beehive Arabians, Genetic Dynamics, Milestone Cattle Company, and A-1 Driving School. Verl loved the connections he made over the years with the many talented and loyal people he worked with in his business ventures. Life with Verl was a constant adventure full of surprises. He always had a twinkle in his eye and a dog at his side. He loved taking his grandchildren for chocolate donuts, watching a great football game and riding his horses through the mountains of Montana. Most of all, we will remember Verl for his great compassion, his never ending generosity, his testimony of the Savior and his unconditional love for Joyce and their family. We will miss you Dad! Funeral services will be held Monday, March 1 at 11 a.m. at the LDS Forest Bend Ward located at 7784 South 2000 East. Viewings will be held Sunday, February 28, at Larkin Sunset Gardens, 1950 East 10600 South, Sandy, Utah from 5 - 7 p.m. and Monday, March 1, at 10 a.m. at the LDS Forest Bend Ward house. Verl's body will be laid to rest at the Wasatch Lawn Cemetery beside his sweet grandson, Logan Mecham. [Deseret News. February 26, 2010]

Shelley, George

Shelley, George

George Shelley

BY Academy High School Class of 1889 and 1890. George Shelley received Certificates: Phonography (shorthand by dictation), and Elocution. Source: Utah Enquirer, May 28, 1889. BY Academy High School Class of 1890. George Shelly (sic), Bookkeeping. Source: Utah Enquirer, May 23, 1890.

Shelley, Heber Jay

Shelley, Heber Jay
Provo, Utah

Heber Shelley

Class of 1938 ~ Honorary. Heber Shelley. OBITUARY: Heber Jay Shelley, 83, of Provo, died at his home on June 19, 2003, of natural causes. He was born on February 6, 1920, to George Heber and Orba Nella Mower Shelley in Mount Pleasant, Utah. He married Sharleen Lindsay on October 31, 1952, in the Manti LDS Temple. Heber attended Brigham Young High School and graduated from North Sanpete High School. He was a teacher in Kemmerer, Wyoming, and Carbon County, Utah, before working at Geneva Steel. Heber then worked at BYU for 23 years and retired in 1985. Heber was also a World War II veteran in the Marines. Heber was a volunteer at the Provo City Eldred Center. He was an active member of the LDS Church. Heber served in numerous church callings including several stake missions, high council, bishopric, Sunday School, and working at the cannery. Heber was a worker in the Provo Temple for nearly 25 years. He enjoyed fishing, camping, doing genealogy, working on his computer, and being with his family and friends. Heber is survived by Sharleen, his wife of 50 years; daughters: Anna Marie (Robert) Werry of Roosevelt; Patsy Lee (Greg) Buchmiller of Price; Karla Mae (Faran) Young of Provo; and son, Lindsay Shelley of Provo; 12 grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren; sisters: Ruby Young of Provo, and Kathleen Hatch of Alpine; and brother, Merlin Shelley of Mapleton. Heber was preceded in death by his parents, two sisters and one brother. Funeral services were held on Monday, June 23, 2003, in Provo. Interment, East Lawn Memorial Hills Cemetery. [Provo Daily Herald, June 22, 2003]

Shelley, Mary (1912)

Shelley, Mary (1912)
Shelley, Idaho US

Mary Shelley

Class of 1912. Mary Shelley, of Shelley, Idaho. Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1912. Source 1: 1912 BYU Mizpah, BYH section, photos and names on pp. 1 - 105. ~ ~ ~ ~ Mary Shelley. She received a BYH Art & Manual Training Diploma in 1912. Source 2: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 3, page 378.

Shelley, Mary E. (1885)

Shelley, Mary E. (1885)

Mary Shelley

BY Academy High School Class of 1885. Mary E. Shelley received a Teacher's Certificate. Source: 1. Deseret News, June 25, 1885. 2. Territorial Enquirer, June 12, 1885.

Shelly, Arthur A.

Shelly, Arthur A.

Arthur Shelly

Class of 1920. Arthur A. Shelly. Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1920. Source: 1920 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, page 65-85. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1920. Arthur Shelly. He received a High School Diploma in 1920. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 176.

Shelton, Ellen

Ellen Shelton

Class of 1969. Ellen Shelton.

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