Alphabetical Alumni
Thatcher, Mary Emma

Thatcher, Mary Emma

Mary and William Holt

Mary E. Thatcher. She is included on a list of 59 names of the earliest students of Brigham Young Academy, taken from a file in the BYU Archives, made by an unknown contemporary student. ~ ~ ~ ~ Mary Emma Thatcher was born on September 23, 1865 in Provo, Utah. Her parents were George Thatcher and Mary Reese Thatcher. Mary Thatcher married William Mathew Holt on June 23, 1898. Mary Thatcher Holt died on September 11, 1900 in Provo, Utah. Her interment, South Jordan, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ William Mathew Holt was born on May 7, 1861 in Britport, Dorset, England. His parents were Matthew Holt and Ann Harrison Holt. William Holt married twice: ~ ~ First, to Mary Emma Thatcher in 1898. Following Mary's death in 1900, William married Anna Hemmingsen on December 21, 1904 in Logan, Utah. William M. Holt died on April 6, 1948 in South Jordan, Utah. His interment, South Jordan, Utah.

Thatcher, Nena Hazel

Thatcher, Nena Hazel
Farmington, Utah US

Nena and Harold Robinson

Class of 1908? Nena Hazel Thatcher. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Nena Hazel Thatcher Robinson, age 103, died in her sleep December 21, 1993. She was born December 7, 1890, Provo, Utah, to George Bond Thatcher [one of the first students at Brigham Young Academy] and Sarah Jane Beckstead Thatcher. She met Harold Henry Robinson while they were attending the Brigham Young Academy and they were married April 6, 1910. They had 77 years together. Her posterity numbers seven children, 20 grandchildren and many great-great-grandchildren. As recently as one month before her death, she often could be seen walking along Main Street in Farmington for her daily walk. Hazel kept busy helping her children, keeping a beautiful home and serving in her church. She has been a wonderful example to her family and we love and honor her and will miss her. She is survived by her children, Dolores and (Whitney) Clark, Pasadena, Calif.; Thatcher and (Edy) Robinson, Ventura, Calif.; Vera Stringham, Bountiful, Utah; J. George and (Edythe) Robinson, St. Louis, Missouri; Leo J. "Dick" and (Ida) Robinson, Kearns, Utah; Mary Sandberg, Salt Lake City, Utah; and Hal H. and (Helen) Robinson, Edmond, Oklahoma. She was preceded in death by her husband, a sister and four brothers. Funeral services were held Thursday, Dec. 23, 1993, Farmington, Utah. Interment, Farmington City Cemetery. [Deseret News, Wednesday, December 22, 1993]

Thayer, Douglas H.

Thayer, Douglas H.
Provo, Utah US

Doug and Donlu Thayer

Class of 1947--Honorary. Douglas H. Thayer. Doug grew up in southwest Provo in the Sixth Ward. When he wasn't working, going to school, or involved in Scouting, he was hiking in the mountains east of Provo, swimming in the Provo River and Utah Lake, and hunting and fishing. Doug dropped out of school in 1946 to join the U.S. Army. He served in Germany, later returning as a missionary. Before he started teaching, doug worked as a construction laborer, summer ranger at Yellowstone Park, driller's helper, insurance salesman, and gandy dancer. He has an English BA from BYU, an English MA from Stanford, and a creative writing MFA in fiction from the University of Iowa. He is in his fifty-first year as a faculty member in the BYU English Department; his specialty is writing fiction and teaching fiction writing. He has served as director of composition, associate department chair associate dean of humanities, and head of the creative writing section. In his fiction Doug writes primarily about contemporary Mormon life. He has received various regional awards and prizes for his work. His publications include two novels, "Summer Fire" and "The Conversion of Jeff Williams"; two collections of short stories, "Under the Cottonwoods and Other Mormon Stories" and "Mr. Wahlquist in Yellowstone"; stories and personal essays in quarterlies; and a memoir, "Hooligan: A Mormon Boyhood." Published in 2007, "Hooligan" covers Doug's Provo growing up years during the thirties and forties, including a chapter on BY High. Doug is married to Donlu DeWitt, an attorney and writing teacher; they have six children and an increasing number of grandchildren. @2010 ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Douglas Thayer, 1929 ~ 2017. Douglas Heal Thayer, 88, died at home in Provo, Utah, during his favorite season of the year, his third battle with cancer finally taking the ultimate toll on October 17, 2017. Born April 19, 1929 to Lily Nora Thatcher and Edward "Frank" Thayer, Doug was the consummate Provo boy. He grew up hiking the mountains overlooking his town, roaming the fields, fishing the streams, swimming in the Provo River. Doug was a noted short story writer and novelist - called "the Mormon Hemingway" and "the grandfather of modern Mormon fiction". His memoir, "Hooligan: A Mormon Boyhood", captured the life of a boy growing up in Provo during the Great Depression. In recognition of Doug's ties to the community, Mayor Lewis Billings proclaimed Doug's 75th birthday "Douglas Thayer Day" in Provo. All his life, Doug worked hard without complaint. As a boy, he scrubbed and cleaned the old Sixth Ward Meetinghouse and the Clark Clinic with his mother, the indomitable Lil. He found jobs - collecting night crawlers in the dark from neighbors' lawns to sell to waiting fishermen, sweeping floors and washing dishes in cafes, delivering papers. As a young man he worked at the office of the Provo Herald, as a helper on a uranium drill rig, a construction laborer, a railroad section hand, and a seasonal ranger in Yellowstone National Park. In 1946, Doug dropped out of BY High School to join the Army, serving with the US Occupation Forces in war-shattered Germany, an experience that changed his life and greatly influenced his writing. He returned to Germany for 30 months as a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Back in Provo he took a bachelor's degree in English at BYU, then did graduate work at Stanford (MA American Lit), University of Maryland (PhD study), and the University of Iowa (MFA Fiction Writing). He taught at BYU for 54 years, serving as Coordinator of Composition, Director of Creative Writing, Associate Chair in the English Department, and Associate Dean of the College of Humanities. Doug was an avid Scouter, from Senior Patrol Leader and Eagle Scout under the mentorship of Harold B. Jones, to decades guiding others (including four sons) towards their Eagles. He served on Scout committees into his eighties. As a young man he hunted and fished with his sidekicks Dean Conant and the Jones clan. In his mellowing years he perfected fly fishing - the cast and the art of catch-and-release - with his friend and colleague Eugene England, who passed away in 2001. He kept fishing with Dean, Scouts, sons, grandsons, and his new ace buddy Randy Rogers, almost to the end. A lifelong member of the LDS Church, Doug held the office of seventy after his mission and until local units of seventy were discontinued in 1974. He served on lesson-writing committees for the Church, in three bishoprics, and on two high councils, and in his seventies volunteered to be the Ward Representative supervising the meetinghouse cleaning crews. Doug married Donlu DeWitt in the Salt Lake City LDS Temple in 1974. Long accustomed to walking to and from BYU every day, he kept up the practice, from their home on First South and then from the home they built in Edgemont in 1978, where their six children grew up. Doug's habits were regular and sound. His students, colleagues, friends, and neighbors knew his relentless wit and dry humor, and his trustworthiness, and his selfless, unheralded service. Doug published four collections of short stories and four novels. His work includes prizes from "Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought", the P. A. Christensen Award, the Association for Mormon Letters Prize in the Novel, the Karl G. Maeser Creative Arts Award, the Utah Institute of Fine Arts Award in the Short Story, and the 2008 Smith-Pettit Foundation Award for Outstanding Contribution to Mormon Letters. Doug was preceded in death by his parents, his brother Rowland, and his sister Marlene. He is survived by his brother Robert (Brigitte) Thayer, his wife, and their six children, their spouses, and their 21 "offspring", whom he adored: Emmelyn (Steven) Freitas and Vivienne; Paul (Sharolyn Shields) and Marcus, Aaron, Heather, Justin, Spencer & Alice; James (Elizabeth Benson) and Benson, William, Anna, Simon, Madeline & Sara; Katherine (Jonathan) Willson and Jacob & Lilian; Stephen (Amy Finnell) and Maxwell, Miles & Alexander; and Michael (Jill Myers) and Abigail, Owen & Sienna. Funeral services were held on Saturday, October 28, 2017 at the Edgemont South Stake Center, 2950 North 350 East (Canyon Road), Provo, Utah. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. Condolences may be expressed at www.bergmortuary.com Deseret News, October 26 to October 27, 2017

Thayne, Richard Grant

Thayne, Richard Grant
Provo, Utah US

Richard and Ann Thayne

Classes of 1948 & 1949. Richard Thayne. He graduated from BYH on May 26, 1949. Source: 1949 BYH Graduation Exercises Program. ~ ~ ~ ~ "The BYU schools were a very complete, well-chaperoned school system. It included grade school, intermediate, high school and college. Hannah Reynolds taught at the BY grade school and her husband, Albere, ran a paint store in Springville. You could hear the Y Bell ring all over Provo. It would disturb you in the middle of a test, a religious class or any other activity. I went to high school there. Vernon Reynolds and his Rita both went there. A beautiful young lady by the name of Mary Ann Wilson walked in the high school with us. She and I looked at the beehive out front and talked about it. The friendly Dave Crowton was our coach. I played on the football team. A. John Clarke was principal, Mr. Sparks taught accounting, and Mr. C. Lavoir Jensen was an excellent math and physics teacher. He would go to Calder's Ice Cream for dinner. Anna Boss Hart was an excellent English teacher -- great on grammar. She had very neat, waved, immaculate hair. In her later years, she went on the river run on the Colorado River. She had a real interest in every student. Julia Caine was a very interested History teacher, quite a serious lady. I used to ride a simple blue motor-scooter that I bought from Lincoln Hanks. One winter day, I slipped on the ice, scraping my knee. I still went on to school. I was working part-time in a service station. I remember when they built an underground tunnel from the high school [Arts Building] to the Education Building. In my first college days, I took photography from Wayne B. Hales, and pre-flight aeronautics, learning to fly planes. There was a small radio station in the education building and I had a 15-minute radio program. By Richard Grant Thayne, Provo." [Provo Daily Herald, September 7, 2001.] ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Renowned photographer, Richard Grant Thayne, age 71 of Provo, Utah, passed away January 24, 2002, of illness related to age. Richard was born May 29, 1930, in the Cottonwood Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah, the eldest son of Clifton Earl and Mirla Greenwood Thayne. Richard was an ambitious child who initiated many of the activities enjoyed by his brothers and sister. He had many interests and especially enjoyed photography, genealogy, and had a love of history. At the age of 15, he opened a small processing lab and copyrighted the business name "Creative Art Photography," which was held as the company name until he retired in his early sixties. His work has been published nationally and he held memberships in several national societies including the Professional Photographers of America, The Photographic Society of America, and The Intermountain Professional Photographers of America. Richard was a graduate of Brigham Young High School, Brigham Young University and a published author. His biography was published in Men of Achievement and Who's Who of America. Richard retired from Geneva Steel where he had been employed for over 30 years. He married Joycelyn Gardner in June of 1950. They had two children and later divorced. Later, he married Ann Nielsen. They were sealed in the Salt Lake LDS Temple June 14, 1965. Surviving are his wife, Ann, Provo; sons, Rick H. Carlile, Coalville, Utah, Kay (Julie) Thayne, West Jordan; daughters, Laurie (Christian) Thayne Turner, Salt Lake City, Collette (Troy) Richardsen, Cedar City, Cathryn Eileen (David Conrad) Thayne Adams, North Las Vegas, Nevada; 15 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; and brothers, Gordon Thayne, Pleasant Grove, Utah, David Thayne, Bountiful, Utah. Richard was preceded in death by his parents and a sister, Sharon Bronson. Services were held Thursday, January 31, 2002 in Provo, Utah. Interment, Pleasant Grove City Cemetery. [Deseret News, Sunday, January 27, 2002] Class of 1948, and Class of 1949. Considered a senior in 1948, however, his name and photograph did not appear with the senior class in the 1948 Wildcat yearbook. Also a senior in 1949, but again his name and photograph did not appear with the senior class in the 1949 Wildcat yearbook. He is listed in the official graduation program of the Class of 1949. He was a professional photographer, and took photos at the first reunion of the Class of 1949 held in 1987.

Theusen, Alice [Laura Alice]

Theusen, Alice [Laura Alice]
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Alice [& David] Blake

Brigham Young High School, Class of 1909. Laura Alice "Alice" Theusen Blake. She received an Arts and Trades Diploma. Source: Students Record of Class Standings B.Y. Academy, Book 2, Page 8. ~ ~ ~ ~ Alice Theusen was born on October 1, 1880. She married David John Blake (1872 - 1952) on June 5, 1901 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. They had two sons and four daughters: Glen Theusen Blake, Richfield, Utah, David W. Blake, Hawthorne, California, Mrs. Norma Blake Alder, Salt Lake City, Utah; Mrs. Mina Blake Oblad and Mrs. Virginia Blake Venable, both of Lynwood, California. They were divorced and he later married Verzella Thomas. Alice Theusen Blake died on September 12, 1971. Her interment, Salt Lake City Cemetery, Utah.

Thomas, Annie

Thomas, Annie
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Annie Thomas

BY Academy High School Class of 1883 and 1884. Annie Thomas of Salt Lake City, Utah. Graduated Friday, June 15, 1883, with a Physical Geography certificate. Source: Territorial Enquirer, Friday, June 15, 1883. ~ ~ BY Academy High School Class of 1884. Annie Thomas. Graduated Friday, June 13, 1884, with a Normal diploma. Source: Territorial Enquirer, Friday, June 13, 1884. BY Academy High School Class of 1884. Annie Thomas received certificates of proficiency in General History and Rhetoric. Source: Territorial Enquirer, Friday, June 13, 1884.

Thomas, Clista L.

Clista Thomas

Faculty & Staff. She taught Home Economics at BYH in 1946-47.

Thomas, Cornel W.
992 North 1000 East
Bountiful, Utah 84010 US

Cornel and Gretchen Thomas

Class of 1970. Cornel Thomas (male). BYU BA History 1979. BYU MLS Library Science 1982. Cornel married Gretchen Louise Milles on August 25, 1978, in the Manti Temple, Manti, Utah.

Thomas, Earl

Earl Thomas

Class of 1935. Earl Thomas. ~ ~ ~ ~ His BYH graduation date confirmed in graduating class list, Salt Lake Telegram, May 7, 1935, p. 14.

Thomas, Emanuel

Thomas, Emanuel

Emanuel Thomas

BY Academy High School Normal Class of 1892? Emanuel Thomas. Listed as a Junior in the 1891 Normal Commencement Program. Source: Commencement Program of the Normal Class of 1891 on May 21, 1891.

Thomas, Haynes Morgan

Thomas, Haynes Morgan
St George, Utah US

Haynes Thomas
  • Home: 435-680-0321 (Sister)

Class of 1952 ~ Honorary. Haynes M. Thomas. ~ ~ ~ ~ After attending school on the Lower Campus, Haynes graduated from Mesa High School in 1952. After graduation, his family moved to San Diego, California, where he served in the US Marines from 1953-1956, then returned to his education, receiving a Bachelor's degree. During this time, Haynes worked as a yellow cab driver, and one evening had Mr. Harry Belafonte as a passenger! Continuing to study, he earned a Master's degree in Special Education, then spent his career as a highly valued special education teacher to at-risk children in the Washington DC Schools System. Haynes also served as a temple worker in the Washington DC temple for several years. He retired to St. George, Utah where his sister lives, in 2009. @2012 ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Haynes Morgan Thomas was born August 9, 1934 in Alamosa, Colorado, to Myron and Doris Guthrie Thomas. He passed away June 7, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Haynes lost his mother to illness when he was 7, and missed her his whole life. He loved music, and became a fine cornet player, was a member of the Marine Band from 1952-55, played often for the President and in a concert atop Mt. Suribachi. He attended Brigham Young High School, before going on to graduate from Mesa High School in Arizona in 1952. He was also member of the Ys Men at BYU. In the 1960s Haynes earned BS and MS degrees at San Diego State, and taught Native American students in Arizona and California. He earned an MS in Special Ed at George Mason University in Washington D.C., and worked with at-risk students in that city. Haynes became one of the most valued and loved teachers in the WDC districts. Haynes never married. But all children were his children, and he served those in need all his life, using most of his earnings to help them and others in need. He was a man of honor, kindness, gentleness, and true humility. Services to be at Lindon, Utah 16th Ward June 14 at 11:00 (Viewing at 10:00). [Provo Daily Herald, Wednesday June 13, 2012]

Thomas, Hyrum C. (BYU 1922)

Thomas, Hyrum C. (BYU 1922)

Hyrum Thomas

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1922. Hyrum C. Thomas. He received a BS Degree in Business & Accounting in 1922. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 92.

Thomas, Hyrum F. (F&S 1880)

Thomas, Hyrum F. (F&S 1880)
Provo, Utah US

Hyrum Thomas

Faculty & Staff. Hyrum F. Thomas, Training School, 1879-1880.

Thomas, JoAnn
6544 Rothmoor Dr
Salt Lake City, Utah 84121-2514 US

JoAnn and Kidd Waddell
  • Work: (801) 278-0309

Class of 1959. JoAnn Thomas. Y'ld Cat Newspaper, Twirlers, Commercial Contest, Pep Club, Quill & Scroll, Junior Varsity Cheerleader, Seminary Graduate. ~ ~ ~ ~ Married Kidd M. Waddell? ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents? Joseph "Joe" D. Thomas and Vera Winterton Thomas. Their children: Larry (Janice) Thomas, Taylorsville, Utah; Phil J. (Pat) Thomas, [BYH Class of 1966] Bellevue, Nebraska; JoAnn Thomas (Kidd) Waddell, Salt Lake City, Utah; and Brenda Thomas (Michael P.) Keeley, Provo, Utah. @2004

Thomas, June Lee

Thomas, June Lee
Novato, California

June and Frederick Newirth

Class of 1951. June Lee Thomas. Thespians, Chorus, Skating Club, Debate, Shorthand Club, Photography Club. @2001 ~ ~ ~ ~ June Lee Newirth. January 24, 1934 - January 15, 2018. Novato, California -- June Lee Newirth, 83, of Novato, California - gifted artist and teacher; beloved wife, mother, and friend - passed away Monday, January 15, 2018, just nine days prior to her 84th birthday. Admired and adored by many, June overcame an innate shyness to offer warmth and kindness, inspiration and insight, guidance and encouragement to those around her. She carried herself with a quiet strength and radiated a natural joy. Books were among her favored companions; she craved truth and knowledge even more than fine chocolate, and she loved sharing what she was learning with others. Born in Los Angeles, California, June graduated from Brigham Young High School in Provo, Utah in 1951, and then accepted a clerical position with the district attorney's office in Phoenix, Arizona. In November 1963, she moved with her husband and their five children to the Marina District of San Francisco and then to Daly City the following spring. June had worked as a secretary throughout her marriage; but it was while living in Daly City that she also began teaching early morning seminary classes to high school students. This became her passion. In 1969, June bought her first home, divorced her first husband, and settled with her children in Novato. Within this uplifting community, she strengthened her commitment to religious and philosophical studies, instructing both students and teachers of seminary (high school) and institute (college) curricula. While continuing her work as an executive secretary in the insurance industry, she soon became regional coordinator for seminaries and institutes throughout Northern California. This passion for teaching inspired her to improve her credentials; and in 1974, she graduated from Brigham Young University with honors and a degree in special education. Unfortunately, recent California legislation had eliminated most specialized teaching posts; so when she returned to Novato, June also returned to the insurance industry - first as an executive secretary and then as a computer programmer. It was while working at Fireman's Fund that she met the man who would become her true husband, Dr. Frederick J. Newirth. Ever a student of life, Mrs. Newirth left her religious teaching behind her to blossom into an artist, a cultural anthropologist, an avid genealogist, and a world traveler. She became a photographer; she learned to hunt and fish; she painted detailed landscapes and awe-inspiring portraits; she fashioned ceramics and she quilted and "thread painted" textiles which were featured in Marin craft fairs; and she traveled extensively with her husband. The people she met along the way were far more interesting to her than the places she visited or the talents she developed. She found people fascinating and always worthy of love. In the wake of these gifts, it was difficult to watch the slow ebb of her memory, her curiosity and creativity, and her sharp mind by vascular cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease during the last fourteen years of her life. Her warm and gentle soul remained, however, along with her sense of humor and her ability to teach others by example. Mrs. Newirth was predeceased by her beloved husband of forty years, Frederick John Newirth II, who left this earth less than seven months prior to her own passing. She was predeceased by her daughter, Jennifer Lin Johnson, and survived by her other children: Kathi Troy, Julie Hutchins, Steven Johnson, and Christina (Richard) Bond. She is also survived by her stepchildren: Frederick John Newirth III (Mary), Dianne (Ken) McKay, David (Edith) Newirth, and Nancy (Kent) Lockmiller; by her grandson, Patrick Johnson; and by her great-granddaughters, Olivia and Shaylyn Johnson. To honor Mrs. Newirth and to celebrate her life and the enduring love she shared with her husband, Fred, a memorial service will be held in the spring. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Alzheimer's Association. Source: Keaton's Redwood Chapel of Marin.

Thomas, Karl Rex
4102 Imperial Way
Provo, Utah 84604-5328 US

Karl and Renee Thomas
  • Work: 801-224-4825
  • Cell: 801-787-3366

Class of 1966. Karl R. Thomas. Football, Basketball, Tennis, Lettermens Club, Seminary 4 years, cartoonist, established fine artist. Born March 6th, 1948 in Provo, Utah. Sometimes residing in Park City, Utah. A number of his images can be viewed in different galleries. Utah landscapes are known as his strongest subjects. Karl Thomas is often known for landscapes and figures - Indian life. His work has been displayed in the Springville Museum of Art. Nine books to date contain Karl Thomas work. Thomas is known for his plein air compositions of the Grand Canyon of Arizona, the Grand Tetons of Wyoming and the Wasatch Mountains. He acknowledges influences of Inness, Sargent, Bierstadt and Moran on what he describes as his own style of "realistic impressionism." He studied art at Brigham Young University and then the Los Angeles Art Center. Thomas has been included in the Collectors' Sale in Dallas, and the American Art Classic and Texas Renaissance Sale in Houston. Karl married Renee. @2016 Karl & Renee attended the 50th Anniversary Reunion of the BYH Class of 1966 on September 2, 2016.

Thomas, Myra

Thomas, Myra

Myra Thomas

Class of 1920. Myra Thomas. She received a BYH Normal Certificate in 1920. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 334.

Thomas, Nancy
3636 Macintosh Lane
Salt Lake City, Utah 84121 US

Nancy and Bard Davies
  • Work: (801) 944-1412

Class of 1973. Nancy Thomas. BYU BA History 1976. Nancy married Bard Davies.

Thomas, Phil J.
25906 Grace Circle
Glenwood, Iowa 51534 US

Phil and Patricia Thomas
  • Home: 712-527-9712

Class of 1966. Phil J. Thomas. Basketball, Brigadier Newspaper Chief Photographer, Wildcat Yearbook Chief Photographer, German Club, Seminary Graduate. BYU BA 1970; University of Nebraska Dental School DDS 1974, "Go Huskers!" His parents: Joseph "Joe" D. Thomas and Vera Winterton Thomas. Their children: Larry (Janice) Thomas, Taylorsville, Utah; Phil J. (Pat) Thomas, Bellevue, Nebraska; JoAnn Thomas (Kidd) Waddell, Salt Lake City, Utah; and Brenda Thomas (Michael P.) Keeley, Provo, Utah. @2004 Married & div, three children. Rotarian. Married Patricia Norton. Seven children, 12 grandchildren (by 2006). 2nd Councilor in Council Bluffs, Iowa Stake Presidency. Moved to the country, retired after practicing dentistry in nearby Bellevue, Nebraska. Ham Radio buff -- Call Sign: KF0GU, Licensee ID: L00157896, Grant Date: 09/21/2009, Expiration Date: 12/19/2019, Certifier & Registrant: Phil J Thomas. @2016

Thomas, Richard Milton

Thomas, Richard Milton
2547 N 1060 E
Provo, Utah 84604-4124 US

Dick and Sharleen Thomas
  • Work: 801-374-9625
  • Home: (801) 375-3330

Class of 1963. Richard Milton Thomas. Basketball, Football, Baseball, Track, Y Club, Outstanding Baseball Player, All Region Basketball Award, All State Basketball, Boys State, Spanish Club, Seminary 4 years. Married Sharleen Stone, BYH Class of 1963. BYU BS Zoology 1971. Dr. Richard M. Thomas, MD, surgeon, mostly practicing out of Utah Valley Hospital. Work address: Richard M. Thomas, MD, 3550 N University Avenue, Suite 250, Provo, Utah 84604 -(801) 374-9625. @2010

Thomas, Ryan

Ryan Thomas

Class of 1971. Ryan Thomas.

Thomas, Scott [Evan Scott]
Provo, Utah

Scott and Helen + 2 Thomas

Class of 1951. Basketball, Lettermen, Chorus, Soph Class Social Chair. @2001 ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Evan Scott Thomas passed away December 6, 2016 due to Parkinsonís disease. Scott was born November 8, 1932 in Malad, Idaho. He was the only child of Evan and Fern Nielson Thomas. Scottís family moved to Provo in 1939 where his father managed and later owned a ladies specialty store. Scott attended and graduated from Maeser Elementary, Farrer Jr. High and Brigham Young High School -- BYH Class of 1951. He then attended and graduated from Brigham Young University where he attained a B.S. Degree in Economics. During high school and college he worked part time in the family business, Thomas'. After his graduation he worked, managed and later became partner in the business. Scott married Helen Norton in 1953. They had five sons. Helen died from the results of an auto accident in 1966. He then married Rita Landon in 1968. They were married nine years and had one daughter. They were later divorced. He married Bernice Davis in 1979 and they were married for 35 years. She preceded him in death in 2013. Scott was a member of and held the priesthood in the LDS Church. He was also a past member of the Provo Jaycees, The Provo Rotary Club and Riverside Country Club. He was a life-long fan of BYU sports. He enjoyed fishing and playing golf. He liked reading both prose and poetry, as well as writing poetry. He also enjoyed playing bridge and poker. Scott is survived by his six children: Stephen (Cecile), Scott N., Don (DeAnn), Matt (Staci), Tom (Noelle) and Susan Thompson. His seven step-children: Jeff, Shelley, Mark, and Stacey, Tannaca, DaNette, and Fred. He also has 21 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren. Scott was also preceded in death by his parents and granddaughter, Bailey Jane and great-grandson, Jaxis Orton. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m., Monday, December 12, 2016 at the Berg Drawing Room Chapel, 185 East Center Street, Provo, Utah. Friends may call at the mortuary Sunday, December 11, from 6-8:00 p.m. and Monday from 9:30-10:30 a.m. prior to services. Burial will be in the East Lawn Memorial Cemetery, Provo, Utah. Condolences may be expressed at www.bergmortuary.com. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to the Parkinson's Disease Foundation [Provo Daily Herald, December 9, 2016]

Thomas, Wallace

Thomas, Wallace

Wallace Thomas

Class of 1916. Wallace Thomas. He received a High School Diploma in 1916. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 7, page 260.

Thomas, Zella

Thomas, Zella

Zella Thomas

Class of 1922. Zella Thomas. Source: 1922 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section.

Thompson, Amanda E.

Thompson, Amanda E.

Amanda Thompson

Brigham Young High School Graduate, Class of 1905. Amanda Thompson graduated from the BY High School Normal Department on Wednesday, May 31, 1905, in College Hall. She delivered a Report to Education, English, on that occasion. Source 1: Program, Normal & High School Graduating Exercises, Wednesday, May 31, 1905, College Hall. ~ ~ ~ ~ Brigham Young High School Class of 1905. Amanda E. Thompson. She received a Normal Diploma. Source: Students Record of Class Standings B. Y. Academy, Book 2, page 145. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYH Class of 1905. Amanda Thompson, a Normal 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.

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