Alphabetical Alumni

Steele, Robert F.
558 North 200 East
Lindon, Utah US

Robert Steele
  • Work: (801) 785-4900

Faculty & Staff. Robert F. Steele. Industrial Arts Teacher, beginning January 1967, after Ross Hilton was named Assistant Principal of BYH. ~ ~ ~ ~ Robert F. Steele: BYU BS Business Management 1961. BYU MS Industrial Education 1969. @2007

Steineckert, Eric  V. [not Steinekert,]

Steineckert, Eric V. [not Steinekert,]
Orem, Utah US

Eric & Mary Jean Steineckert
  • Home: (801) 225-4605

Class of 1946. Eric V. Steineckert. He graduated from BYH on May 23, 1946. Source: 1946 BYH Graduation Exercises Program. He also sang in a male quartet, "The Bells of Shanndon" by Neven, along with Malin Perry, Robert Morgan and El Ray Richins. ~ ~ ~ ~ [In 1946 Wildcat yearbook, his last name is incorrectly spelled Steinekert. On the 1946 Graduation Program it is correctly spelled Steineckert. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS WIFE'S OBITUARY: Mary Jean Biggs Steineckert. Our beloved wife and mother, Mary Jean Biggs Steineckert, age 72, of Orem, Utah, passed away unexpectedly Friday, February 22, 2008, in Provo, Utah. She was born October 21, 1935, in Spring Canyon, Carbon County, Utah; the oldest of three children to Wilfred Alvin and Sylvia Marie Peterson Biggs. In 1940, at the age of five, Mary Jean and her family moved to Orem, Utah, where her dad was involved in the construction of Geneva Steel and her mother cared for her paternal grandfather. She grew up in Orem, Utah, and graduated from Orem High School in 1952. After graduation, she attended Stevens-Henager College in Salt Lake City, Utah. After meeting on a blind date arranged by mutual friends and several months of courtship, Mary Jean married Eric V. Steineckert on October 26, 1956, in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Mom and Dad recently celebrated their 51st wedding anniversary. She was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and was involved in positions in Relief Society, MIA, Primary; but her most loved position was that of MIA Sports Director in several wards. She worked in several secretarial and administrative positions throughout the years and enjoyed many enduring friendships from Mountain Bell Telephone Company, Utah Valley Hospital Radiology Department, SoftCopy, Jewel Magic, and Made In Utah. Mom cared for those around her. She devotedly and tirelessly cared for her mother and dad through cancer and although she had several chronic illnesses that you would think would slow her down, she always liked to "be on the go". Mary Jean is survived by her husband and two daughters Karen and Sherri all of Orem, Utah; her brother, Niel, and wife Roxie Ann of Alamo, Nevada, and sister-in-law Della Steineckert of Pleasant Grove, Utah. She was preceded in death by her parents, infant brother, Winfred Nile, mother and father-in-law, Henry and Nellie White Steineckert, brother-in-law Dean Steineckert, and brother and sister-in-law J. Kent and Grete Berger Steineckert. Although Mom didn't have grandchildren in this life, she was a "grandma", an "Aunt Mary", and an "Aunt Jean" to countless children from family, extended family, friends, ward members, or anyone who had a child. Her greatest happiness was that of the children around her. The family wishes to express appreciation and gratitude to the many medical staff along the way including Dr. Kent Marshall and his staff, Dr. Clark Bishop and Dr. William Alward and their staff, and Dr. J. Cordell Bott and his staff. The family also wishes to express appreciation and gratitude to the City of Orem emergency personnel for their quick response and efforts and to the personnel at UVRMC Emergency Services for their efforts. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, February 27, 2008, at 11 a.m. at the Orem Sharon Stake Center, 545 South 800 East. Family and friends may visit Tuesday evening from 6-8 p.m. at the Walker Sanderson Funeral Home, 646 East 800 North, Orem, and Wednesday morning from 9:30-10:45 a.m. prior to the services. Interment will take place at the Orem City Cemetery. [Provo Daily Herald, February 24, 2008.] ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Eric V. Steineckert - 1928 ~ 2014 - Our much loved father, uncle, pseudo Grandpa and friend, Eric V. Steineckert, age 85 of Orem, Utah, passed away May 21, 2014, in Orem. He was born October 11, 1928, in Provo, Utah; the youngest of three sons to Henry and Nellie White Steineckert. He grew up in Provo, Utah, and graduated from Brigham Young University High School in 1946. While at BYU High, he sang in a male quartet, The Bells of Shanndon. After high school graduation, he attended Brigham Young University for 3 years. He then enlisted in the United States Air Force. Eric served his country well as a United States Air Force Staff Sergeant. He served for 3 1/2 years during the Korean War. After meeting Mary Jean Biggs on a blind date arranged by mutual friends, Eric proposed to Mary Jean and they were married and sealed in the Salt Lake Temple on October 26, 1956. They were married for 51 1/2 years before she passed away in 2008. They established a home of love, happiness and learning. They welcomed two daughters into their lives, Karen Marie in 1958 and Sherri LaNell in 1961. Eric was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served in several callings, and grew, like flowers he loved, a testimony of Jesus Christ. He worked in several different industries during his life; he was a musician in a dance band with his father and brother, he worked as a lineman for Mountain Bell, a milkman for Cream O' Weber, an insurance man, and at Geneva for more than 25 years. He was an avid gardener with a green thumb who could make a Christmas flower bloom in July. A great fisherman who enjoyed deep sea fishing in Oregon as well as sitting on a boat somewhere in Strawberry Reservoir. He was anxiously engaged in keeping up on world events through many news organizations, and could fix almost anything, he enjoyed traveling and found a love for the country of Wales. He was also an avid BYU Cougars fan. John Wayne was a favorite hero of Erics and they both lived the motto: A man's gotta do what a man's gotta do. Eric is survived by his daughter Sherri. He was preceded by his wife Mary Jean (Biggs) Steineckert, his daughter Karen Marie, his parents Henry and Nellie, brothers Dean and Kent, sister-in-law Grete, parents-in-law Wilfred and Sylvia Biggs. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, May 27, 2014, at 10:00 a.m. in the Sharon Stake Center, 545 South 800 East in Orem. Friends may call Monday from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. at the Sundberg-Olpin Mortuary, 495 South State St. in Orem and also Tuesday one hour prior to the services at the stake center. Interment will be in the Orem City Cemetery next to his wife. Condolences may be sent to the family www.SundbergOlpinMortuary.com. Sherri would like to thank all who have helped care for Eric in the past months with special care, thanks to Envision Hospice Care, Comfort Keepers, and most especially Shelly G. who cared and blessed Eric's life beyond measure in so many ways. [Provo Daily Herald, Saturday, May 24, 2014]

Stephens, Fayette

Stephens, Fayette

Fayette Stephens

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1916. Fayette Stephens. Received an AB Degree (Agronomy & Animal Husbandry) in 1916. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 8, page 141.

Stephens, Jewell
2811 Wainwright Avenue
Merced, California 95340-2423 US

Jewell and Raymond Colovich
  • Work: (209) 722-9290

Class of 1950. Jewell Stephens. Fauvines, Notre Maison. Married Raymond M. Colovich. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents: George Washington Stephens and Harriett Moiselle Stephens. George and Harriett had three daughters: Aldwyth 'Stevie' Stephens (Charles Herman) Foil, Pleasant Grove, Utah; Wanda Stephens Alger, Provo, Utah; and Jewell Stephens [BYH Class of 1950] (Raymond) Colovich, Merced, California.

Stephenson, Dale Blake

Stephenson, Dale Blake
Provo, Utah US

Dale and Diane Stephenson

Class of 1961. Dale Blake Stephenson. Wrestling, Lettermen, Concert Band, Forensics, Dramatics, Chorus, Seminary Graduate. BYU 1969. Dale was the Reunion Chair for the 2006 Reunion of the Class of 1961. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Dale Blake Stephenson, 75, passed away April 20, 2019 in Provo Utah. He was born June 29, 1943 in Provo Utah. He is the son of Blake Stephenson and Alice Bushnell Stephenson. He attended Timpanogas Elementary school, then graduated from BY High School in the Class of 1961. After graduation, he joined the Air Force and served in Lubbock, Texas; Topeka, Kansas; Tripoli Libya; and the Congo. After leaving the military, he attended BYU for 2 years. He married Diane Rose Phillips on May, 5 1965. They are the parents of 8 children; Jana (Rob Larsen), Mark (Heather Benson), Jeff (Marianne Taylor), Deidre (Ed Plummer), Shan (Tara Brewer), Kent, Amy (Todd Stoddard), Jill (Cortney Smith). He has 26 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren. He started his career as a sanitation worker and progressed through the ranks to manager of the Streets and Sanitation Department for Provo City. He was hired to build and manage the transfer station and landfill for the South Utah Valley Solid Waste District. He retired in April of 1999. During this time he also worked for Utah Valley Regional Medical Center in data processing. He coached little league baseball, The Provo High School Sophomore baseball team and in the American Legion baseball program. He served in the Cub Scout program for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, camping and sports. Later in life he loved building KNEX models and doing Sudoku puzzles. He was a very generous and serving man. Whenever he saw of knew of someone in need, he did his best to help them. Dale is survived by his wife Diane, his 8 children, and sister, Rella Nelson. He was preceded in death by his parents and 2 sisters, Kay Stephenson and LoReta Sorenson. A memorial service will be conducted on Saturday, April 27, 2019 at 11 am at Provo City Cemetery, 610 S State Street, Provo, Utah. Source.

Sterneckert, Maurine

Sterneckert, Maurine
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Maurine Child

Class of 1944. Maurine Sterneckert. Maurine Sterneckert was born on March 5, 1926 in Provo, Utah. Her parents were Albert Sterneckert and Nellie Stone Grange Sterneckert. Maurine Sterneckert married _____ Child. Maurine S. Child died on May 15, 1954 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Interment, Provo City Cemetery.

Sterneckert, Max A.

Sterneckert, Max A.
Provo, Utah US

Max and Macksene Sterneckert

Class of 1936. Max Sterneckert. Source: 1936 BYH Wildcat yearbook. [1936: Name spelled Steineckret; 1935 spelled correctly: Sterneckert.] ~ ~ ~ ~ He married Macksene Madsen. They formerly owned the Oscar Swett Ranch in Dagget County, Utah, also known as the Red Canyon Lodge, Inc. ~ ~ ~ ~ OBITUARY: Max A. Sterneckert, born February 9, 1918, in Provo, Utah, passed away of natural causes on Wednesday, October 6, 2004, at the Utah Valley Medical Center. He is the son of Albert (Dosh) Sterneckert and Nellie Grange. He and Macksene Madsen were married on April 24, 1940, in the Manti Temple. He is the father of Jan M. Sterneckert, Texas; Karen Lee Holgate, Idaho; and Alan B. Sterneckert, Utah. Max is the grandfather of eleven grandchildren and twelve great- grandchildren. One sister, Rita Sterneckert Close, survives him. Shortly after marriage, Max worked as an electrical dispatcher for U.S. Steel, Geneva Works, for approximately six years. After his employment at Geneva, they moved to Blackfoot, Idaho, starting an auto parts store and machine shop. Later, for more than twenty-five years he was the owner of Auto Parts and Equipment located in Spanish Fork, Utah. After selling this business, he was employed at Hafer's Equipment in Salt Lake City. Retiring in 1989, Max resided in Provo, with his wife of more than 64 years. Interested in automobiles and motorcycles from the time he was a young man, helping in his father's car repair business, he enjoyed working with them as a pastime and business. Throughout his business and personal relationships, Max enjoyed a reputation for honest dealings. Over many years, he frequently enjoyed the company of family members and good friends in outdoor sports, camping, boating, and hunting. Roses and gardening were also life-long hobbies. Graveside services were held Monday, October 11, 2004, at the Provo City Cemetery, 610 S. State Street, Provo, Utah. [Provo Daily Herald, Sunday, October 10, 2004.]

Stevens, Dale B.
80 Peregrine Lane Apt 14
Bountiful, Utah 84010

Dale Stevens
  • Work: (801) 298-8356

Class of 1951. Football, Chorus, Shop Club. BYU BS Chemistry 1957.

Stevens, David
822 21st Street
Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada TIJ 3W3 CA

Dave Stevens

Class of 1947. Alternate address: Stevens, David, Edson, Alberta, Canada T7E 1A0 CA - (780) 723-2136 - @2005

Stevens, Duella

Stevens, Duella
Provo, Utah US

Duella & John Jakeman

Class of 1939. Duella Stevens [female]. French Club. Girls' Glee Club. Possible: Duella Opal Stevens was born circa 1919, first married Lincoln Hanks (1918 - 1981) in 1940 and second John Kenneth Jakeman in 1947, and she died in 1981. ~ ~ ~ ~ Duella Stevens of Provo, Utah, second married John Kenneth Jakeman [not Jackman], also of Provo, in Coalville, Summit County, Utah, on February 26, 1947. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Birth: June 24, 1919 ~ Death: Jully 13, 2005. She was born in Aurora, Utah to Ezra Artemus Stevens and Maud McDonald Stevens. She married John Kenneth Jakeman in Coalville, Utah on February 26, 1947. Duella had five children: Glenn Jakeman (Yakima, Washington), Kenneth Jakeman (Murray, Utah), and three from a previous marriage, Gloria (Hanks) Galloway (Saratoga Springs, Utah), Larry Hanks (Ogden, Utah), and Gregory Hanks (Aloha, Oregon). She also has 32 grandchildren, 65 plus great-grandchildren, and 1 great-great-granddaughter. Her parents, two older sisters Reva and Dicie and an older brother Don preceded her in death. Duella Jakeman is interred at Pleasant Grove City Cemetery, Utah.~ ~ ~ ~ HER MOTHER'S OBITUARY: Maud McDonald Stevens, 55, of 560 South Second West, Provo, Utah, wife of E. A. Stevens, Union Pacific railroad station engineer, died at the family home at 9:30 a. m. Thursday of heart trouble which had bothered her since February. She was born at Aurora, Utah, September 7, 1884, daughter of Norman J. and Rosella Curtis McDonald. She married Mr. Stevens Novemeber 13, 1901, and some years later they moved to Provo. She was an active worker in the Sixth Ward Relief Society. Surviving, besides her husband, are her mother; four sons and daughters, Mrs. Reva S. Smoot, Salt Lake City, Utah; Mrs. Dixie Godfrey, Preston, Idaho; Duella Stevens, Provo, Utah; and Donald O. Stevens, Alameda, California; and the following brothers and sisters: N. C. McDonald and Angus McDonald, Salina, Utah; Lyle McDonald and Mrs. Grace Bass of Provo, Utah; Mrs. A. W. Anderson, Price, Utah; and Mrs. R. E. West, Halliday, Utah. Funeral services are to be held Sunday in the Sixth Ward LDS chapel with Bishop Terry Oldroyd officiating. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. [Provo Daily Herald, Thursday, June 8, 1939]

Stevens, Edward Franklin

Stevens, Edward Franklin
Holden, Utah US

Edward and Emma Stevens

Class of 1892 ~ Honorary. Edward Franklin Stevens was born on November 14,1874, in Holden, Millard County, Utah, the first son of Edward Stevens and Mettie Johanna Stephenson. As a child, he went to school and was known as something of a cowboy. He attended Brigham Young Academy in Provo, Utah, to study Commerce. His cousin David described him as being very bashful around girls, and said he did not mix well with them while in Provo. Despite this shyness, however, he quickly became interested in a girl from Scipio, named Emma Maud(e) Robins, who often came to Holden to visit her uncle who lived there. At age 21, Edward left Utah on June 25, 1895 to serve in the Southern States Mission, which included Alabama and Mississippi, for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He was one of the first younger men to be called to serve a mission, as most missionaries had previously been older men. He served for 38 months. Soon after he returned home to Utah he married Emma Robins, who had waited for him while he served his mission. They were married in the LDS Salt Lake Temple on September 14, 1898. Together they had eight children. Edward took a position teaching school in Holden with a salary of $45 a month. During the summers he farmed with his father, and in 1915, his father divided his farm land among his three sons, and Edward received the southern portion of Whitebush Farm. He also served as Justice of the Peace for several years, as well as serving as president of the first town board of Holden, along with many other positions within the town. His health began to fail him after he contracted a severe disease that affected the Whitebush cattle herd in the winter of 1943-1944. Edward Stevens died on April 27, 1944.

Stevens, Glen M.

Stevens, Glen M.

Glen and Ruby Stevens

Class of 1936 ~ Honorary. Glen Stevens. He appears in the 1935 BYH Wildcat yearbook as a junior, but does not appear in the 1936 BYH Wildcat yearbook as a senior. Must assume he did not graduate in 1936. ~ ~ ~ ~ Glen M. Stevens was born on February 15, 1919 in Richfield, Utah. His parents were Charles W. Stevens and Juanita Jensen. He married Ruby Milner on April 7, 1939 in Salt Lake City, Utah. He died on February 27, 1986.

Stevens, Homer M.
6032 West 20th Avenue
Kennewick, Washington 99337 US

Homer & Patricia Stevens
  • Home: (509) 735-3662

Class of 1943. Homer Stevens. Before coming to BYH, he attended Lincoln County High School, Kentucky. ~ ~ ~ ~ Homer M. Stevens. BYU 1949. He was born on May 3, 1913 in Lincoln County, Kentucky. His mother was Rachel Smith. He married Patricia.

Stevens, Kate

Stevens, Kate

Kate Stevens

Class of 1922. Kate Stevens. Source: 1922 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section.

Stevens, Merlin

Merlin Stevens

Class of 1948. Merlin Stevens. Tooele 2. BYH 3. Football 1. "The Washington Years" play 3.

Stevens, Ruth

Stevens, Ruth

Ruth Spicer

Class of 1915. Ruth Stevens [Spicer]. She received a BYH Normal Certificate in 1915. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 8, page 420.

Stevens, Vera

Stevens, Vera

Vera Stevens

Class of 1919. Vera Stevens. Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1919. Source: 1919 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, pages 61-74.

Stevens, William R.

Stevens, William R.

William R. Stevens

BY Academy High School Class of 1886. William R. Stevens. Awarded Special Certificate in Bookkeeping. Source: The (Provo) Daily Enquirer, May 25, 1886.

Stevenson, Leora

Leora Stevenson

Faculty & Staff Early 1960s, including 1962-63 - Home Economics Teacher.

Stewart, Agnes Speirs

Stewart, Agnes Speirs
Rexburg, Idaho US

Agnes and James Bevan

Class of 1912. Agnes Stewart, of Tooele, Utah. Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1912. Source 1: 1912 BYU Mizpah, BYH section, photos and names on pp. 1 - 62, 105. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1912. Agnes Stewart. She received a BYH Normal Diploma in 1912. Source 2: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 7, page 242. ~ ~ ~ ~ Agnes Speirs Stewart was born on October 10, 1890 in Tooele, Utah. Her parents were William Gillespie Stewart and Ellen Lyon Speirs Stewart. Agnes married James Clifton Bevan on September 24, 1924 in Salt Lake City, Utah. She died on September 16, 1970 in Rexburg, Idaho. Interment, Cache-Clawson Cemetery, Tetonia, Idaho.

Stewart, Andrew Jackson B.

Stewart, Andrew Jackson B.
Sandy, Utah US

Andrew and Susanna Stewart

BY Academy High School Class of 1883. Andrew J. Stewart of Benjamin, Utah. Graduated Friday, June 15, 1883, with a Normal diploma. Source: Territorial Enquirer, Friday, June 15, 1883. Faculty & Staff. Andrew J. Stewart, [Jr. (sic)], Training School & Physician, 1881-1884, 1914-1915. ~ ~ ~ ~ Andrew Jackson "B" Stewart was born on February 28, 1861 in Payson, Utah. His parents were Benjamin Franklin Stewart and Elizabeth Jane Davis Stewart. He married Susanna Wall on May 23, 1884 in Salt Lake City, Utah. He died on October 22, 1943 in Sandy, Utah. His interment, Benjamin, Utah.

Stewart, Brent T.
2144 Oak Lane
Provo, Utah US

Brent and Karen Stewart

Class of 1972. Brent Stewart. Graduated Provo High School 1972. LDS Mission to Scotland 1974-1976. Graduated BYU Bachelor Chemical Engineering 1979. Married Karen Gardner of Provo Utah 1976. Brother, Kim Stewart, is BYH Class of 1974. @2011

Stewart, Charles
478 West 650 South
Orem, Utah 84058 US

Chuck Stewart
  • Work: 801.492.1428

Class of 1970. Charles Stewart.

Stewart, Dennis

Dennis Stewart

Class of 1970. Dennis Stewart. [Need middle initial, current location.] [TM]

Stewart, Eunice Polly

Stewart, Eunice Polly

Eunice and Dennison Harris

BYA Class of 1878. Eunice Polly Stewart. In the fall of 1878 Eunice attended school at Brigham Young Academy in Provo, Utah, where she met and befriended Dennison Emer Harris, her future husband. More. In the fall of 1876, when I was sixteen, I went to Provo to attend school at the Brigham Young Academy. Most of my life had been spent on a farm, and I now remember how I trembled when I realized how unfitted I thought I was to attend a school like I imagined the Brigham Young Academy was. Now in my seventy-second year my heart swells with gratitude and my eyes are blurred with tears of thanksgiving when I think how blessed I was in having had the opportunity of attending that wonderful school where I was privileged to be under the influence of Karl G. Maeser, that great educator and character builder. He was a teacher as well as being president of the school, and I had the privilege of having him for the teacher of several classes each year. He labored unceasingly to keep the school thoroughly democratic. He strove to make simplicity, humility, and a common brotherhood and sisterhood the slogan of the school. He wanted all to be peers while in school. He used to say to the girls, “If any of you have jewelry, please leave it home.” His students almost deified him. In his child-like humility and devotion to his religion, to me he seemed really divine. Even the walls of the old B.Y.A. seemed sacred. I attended this school three years. In the fall of 1878, Dennison Emer Harris, a young man from Monroe, Sevier County, Utah, entered the school and took a seat just across the aisle from mine. We soon became acquainted and a warm friendship sprang up between us and we very often studied together. He would help me with knotty problems in arithmetic and I would help him in diagramming and analyzing difficult sentences in grammar. Friendship was all that was allowed between boys and girls when students at the B.Y.A. in Brother Maesar’s day. We enjoyed each other’s friendship until the end of the school year, when I graduated from the Normal Department and he returned to his home in Monroe. During the school year, 1879 and 1880, he taught school in Richfield, Sevier County, and I taught in Benjamin. In September, 1880, I went to Provo to visit my dear friend and cousin, Melissa Stewart, where I again met D.E. Harris, who was in Provo attending court as a juryman. After a separation of more than a year we met soul to soul. Our time together was short as I had to return home the next day, and he had to hasten home to make preparations to go on a mission in two weeks. The sweetest story ever told can be said in a few words under some circumstances. D.E. Harris left for his mission where he labored in Michigan and Ohio in October, 1880, and returned July, 1882. During the school year of 1880 and 1881 I taught school in Benjamin and in 1881 and 1882 I taught in Payson until the first of April. I then had an opportunity to go to Monroe and teach a spring term. Monroe was the home of the Harris family, and as I desired to get acquainted with the family before becoming one of its members, I went. I traveled from Juab, the railroad terminus with Bishop Harris, my intended father-in-law. He was returning from Salt Lake City where he had been attending the general conference. I rode all the way in the seat by his side. He was a good conversationalist and a splendid story-teller, and I had a good opportunity of getting acquainted with him. I immediately liked him, as everyone did who came under his influence. I stayed in the Harris home for several days while I was locating a boarding place. I enjoyed my work in Monroe very much. I met all of the members of the Harris family and liked them all. They all seemed to welcome me as one of the family. The people were all very kind to me and the trip and experiences were very pleasurable, and I considered it one of profit too. One of the pleasures of this trip to Monroe was the privilege of visiting, in her home near Richfield, Estelle Dixon Fairbanks, who had married and moved there two years before. At the end of the school term, early in July, I returned home traveling in the conveyance Bishop Harris sent to Juab for his son, Denny, who was returning from a mission where he had been laboring in Ohio and Michigan for nearly two years. In Juab we met, after our long separation, where we had a short, but very joyous and happy visit. We made plans for our marriage. As he was anxious to return to school the coming school year, we planned to be married just before the opening of school. On August 24, 1882, we were married in the old Endowment House in Salt Lake City, he being twenty-eight years of age, and I, twenty-two. Autobiographical Sketch of Eunice Stewart Harris.

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