Alphabetical Alumni
Tidwell, Barbara

Tidwell, Barbara

Barbara Tidwell

Class of 1949. Barbara Tidwell. Chorus. She graduated from BYH on May 26, 1949. Source: 1949 BYH Graduation Exercises Program. ~ ~ ~ ~ [Barbara is deceased. Submitted by Kent S. Broadhead.]

Tietjen, Henry Roland [Tietgen, Rolen]

Tietjen, Henry Roland [Tietgen, Rolen]
Of Santaquin, Utah US

Roland and Genevieve Tietjen

Class of 1912. Rolen Tietjen [actually H. Roland Tietjen], of Santaquin, 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. H. Roland Tietgen [actually Tietjen]. He received a High School Diploma in 1912. Source 2: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 6, page 122. ~ ~ ~ ~ Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1915. H. Roland Tiegen. He received an AB Degree in 1915. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 6, page 122. ~ ~ ~ ~ Henry Roland Tietjen was born on May 21 [less likely, May 12], 1891 in Santaquin, Utah. His parents were Ephraim Henry Tietjen and Elizabeth Euzella Holladay Tietjen. Henry Roland Tietjen of Juab County, Utah, married Sarah Genevieve (known as Genevieve) Willardson on August 18, 1915 in Salt Lake City, Utah. H. Roland Tietjen of Santaquin, Utah, died on February 13, 1976 in Provo, Utah. His interment, Santaquin, Utah. ~ ~ ~ ~ H. Roland Tietjen was serving as President of the South Sevier Stake in 1943 and in 1947. H. Roland Tietjen served as a Republican State Senator in the Utah 10th Senate District from 1953-1955.

Tietjen, Leatha Robey

Tietjen, Leatha Robey

Leatha Jepperson

Class of 1921. Leatha Tietjen [Jepperson]. She received a BYH Normal Certificate in 1921. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 50. ~ ~ ~ ~ Leatha Robey Tietjen was born on May 23, 1900 in Santaquin, Utah. Her parents were Joseph Tietjen and Mary Jane Robey Tietjen. She died on May 20, 1952.

Till, Hazel

Till, Hazel

Hazel Till

Class of 1914. Hazel Till. She received a High School Diploma in 1914. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 8, page 330.

Timothy, Emily [Woodward,]

Timothy, Emily [Woodward,]
Provo, Utah US

Emily and Hugh M. Woodward

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1925. Emily T. Woodward. She received a BS Degree in 1925. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 6, page 124. ~ ~ ~ ~ Emily Timothy [Woodward] was born on December 15, 1882 in Wallsburg, Utah. Her parents were David Timothy and Martha Haws Timothy. Emily Timothy married Hugh M. Woodward [BYH Class of 1908], and he preceded her in death. Hugh McCurdy Woodward served as the first President of Dixie College in St. George, Utah. Emily was a teacher and housewife, living in St. George, San Francisco, and finally Provo for 8 years prior to her death. She died on March 27, 1948 in Provo, Utah. Her interment, Provo City Cemetery, Utah. She graduated from BYU at the age of 43, and died at the age of 65.

Tingey, Dale T.
3049 Apache Lane
Provo, Utah 84606 US

Dale Tingey
  • Home: 801-375-4000

Faculty & Staff, including 1954-55. Dale T. Tingey. Seminary Teacher. He is involved with American Indian Services. @2010

Tingey, Thomas
30 West 100 North
Wallsburg, Utah 84082 US

Thomas Tingey
  • Work: (435) 654-1903

Class of 1971. Thomas Tingey.

Tippetts, Ann

Tippetts, Ann
6276 Blackfox Way
Tallahassee, Florida 32312-4504 US

Ann and Bill Christiansen
  • Work: (850) 668-7251

Class of 1968. Ann Tippetts. BYU Art Teaching Certificate 1972. Florida State University MS Art Education 1992, Florida State University, PhD, 2007. Art Teacher, Cobb Middle School, Tallahassee, Florida. Married Dr. William A. (Bill) Christiansen, also BYH Class of 1968. They have four children: Nathan, Shawn, Brandon, Alissa. ~ ~ ~ ~ Alternate email: atcart@hotmail.com @2010

Tippetts, Irvin

Tippetts, Irvin
Of Lake Shore, Utah US

Irvin Tippetts

Classes of 1912 and 1913. Irvin Tippetts, of Lake Shore, Utah. Graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1912. Source: 1912 BYU Mizpah, BYH section, photos and names on pp. 1 - 62, 105. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1913. Irvin Tippetts. He received a BYH Normal Diploma in 1913. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 6, page 94.

Tippetts, J. R.

Tippetts, J. R.

J. R. Tippetts

Class of 1911. J. R. Tippetts. He received a BYH Normal Diploma in 1911. Annual Record, B.Y. University (BYU Records Office), Book 4, p. 360. ~ ~ ~ ~ 1927: J. R. Tippetts, Superintendent, Morgan County, Utah, School District.

Tippetts, Merry
615 N.E. 3rd Street
Gresham, Oregon 97030-7413 US

Merry Jensen

Class of 1954. Merry Tippetts. Student Body Advertising Manager. Chorus, Fauvines, French Club, Notre Maison, Thespians, Wildcat Yearbook. Married _____ Jensen. --@2001

Tippetts, Richard B.
3805 Hillwood Way
Bedford, Texas 76021-2530 US

Richard Tippetts
  • Work: 817-283-6726

Class of 1952. Richard B. Tippetts. Journalism, Chorus. @2007

Todd, Douglas M.

Todd, Douglas M.

Douglas Todd

BY Academy High School Class of 1886. Douglas M. Todd. Awarded Teacher's Certificate, and Special Certificates in General Chemistry, Physics, and Physiology & Hygiene. He spoke at Commencement on May 21, 1886 "In Behalf of Domestic Organization". Source: The (Provo) Daily Enquirer, May 21 and 25, 1886. ~ ~ ~ ~ Ricks College Biography [where he was principal of the Fremont Stake Academy from 1899 to 1901]: Douglas McLain Todd (1860-1935). Douglas McLain Todd was born in Clover Creek, Utah. His boyhood was spent at St. John and Grantsville, Utah. He studied with Karl G. Maser at Brigham Young Academy in Provo, graduating in 1886. After graduation, he taught for a year at Santaquin, Utah, before being called to Logan in 1887 to teach at Brigham Young College under President J.M. Tanner. He was an excellent teacher and a favorite with his students. From 1897 to 1901, he taught at Fremont Stake Academy (this was the forerunner of Ricks College). He also was principal of the Academy for most of that time. He worked to develop the high school curriculum at the Academy at a time there were no high schools in the immediate Rexburg area. He also instituted a classroom teacher preparatory course at the Academy. During his tenure, work was begun on a stone academic building just a few blocks from downtown Rexburg. This building would become known as the Spori Building. In 1901 he resigned and moved from the area. Later he assisted in the establishment of Granite High School, Utah, where he taught until his health broke and he was forced to retire. His later years were spent in writing and in research. He was devoted to the Church and served as a member of the General Board of the Y.M.M.I.A. from 1898 to 1912. He died in 1935 in Alhambra, California while visiting one of his daughters. He is buried in Salt Lake City. He married three times. In 1887 he married Florence Marian Driggs in the Logan Temple. She was the mother of two children. She died in 1889 in Logan, Utah. His second wife was Marian Davis Lufkin. She was the mother of ten children. She was with Douglas when he taught in Rexburg. His last wife was Hannah N. McMurray. She was the mother of six daughters.

Tolboe, Clifton August

Tolboe, Clifton August
Provo, Utah

Clifton and Euniece Tolboe

Class of 1916? ANNOUNCEMENT: Funeral for Clifton August Tolboe, 91, Provo building contractor, businessman and civic leader, was held Saturday, February 17, 1990, in Provo. Mr. Tolboe, who started Tolboe & Harlin Construction Co. and Tolboe Construction Co., and who was a founder of KOVO Radio and Intermountain Radio Network, died of natural causes Feb. 9, 1990, in Palm Springs, California. Burial was in the Provo City Cemetery. Mr. Tolboe was born in Sandy, attended Brigham Young High School and Brigham Young University and had lived most of his life in Provo and Salt Lake City. His companies constructed more than 30 buildings at BYU, including the Marriott Center, Cougar Stadium, Life Sciences Building and Married Student Housing. His buildings at the University of Utah included the Marriott Library and Married Student Housing. Other building projects included the Federal Reserve Building, Mountain Fuel Supply Co., US WEST Communications and St. Mark's Hospital in Salt Lake City and Utah Valley Hospital in Provo. Mr. Tolboe was president of the Provo Chamber of Commerce, Utah County chairman of the United Way, a member of the BYU President's Club, emeritus member of the Alta Club and a lifetime member of the Riverside Country Club. He was a World War I veteran and a high priest in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. [Announcement published in the Deseret News, Thursday, February 15, 1990.] ---- OBITUARY: Clifton A. Tolboe, 91, died Friday, February 9, 1990 in Palm Springs, Calif. He was born January 2, 1899 in Sandy, Utah, the son of Chris and Hattie Tolboe. He married Myrtle Cunningham in the Salt Lake Temple, June 20, 1923, she died March 1, 1942. He married Euniece Brough in Cedar City, Utah, June 1, 1946, marriage was solemnized in the Mesa, Arizona LDS Temple. They resided in Salt Lake City. He received his education at Brigham Young High School and University. He had lived in Provo and Salt Lake City his entire life except for three years in Indianapolis, Indiana where he was district manager for Excelsis Beauty Products Co. He was a lifetime member of the LDS Church, serving as a High Priest. He was also a veteran of World War I. Mr Tolboe had been a prominent building contractor all of his life. In 1946 he started Tolboe & Harlin Construction Co. In 1964 he and his son formed a partnership as Tolboe Construction Co. His companies were the contractors on several hundred of projects; of these, over 30 buildings were on the BYU campus, including the Marriott Center, Stadium, Life Science, and Married Student Housing. The Marriott Library and Married Student Housing on the U of U Campus; The Federal Reserve, Mountain Fuel, E.D.P. and U.S. West Office buildings in Salt Lake City; The Utah Valley Hospital in Provo and the St. Mark's Hospital in Salt Lake. Mr. Talboe was also active in the radio business, he obtained the orginal license for KOVO in 1939; this being the only major station south of Salt Lake City at that time. He was one of the four men that founded the Intermountain Radio Network; he served on the board of directors until 1957 when he left the radio business. He was active in civic affairs, having served as president of the Provo Chamber of Commerce for two terms; he was Utah County Chairman for the United Way Fund during World War II and served as chairman of many fundraising drives; he served as president of the Utah AGC and received the Eric Ryberg Award from that organization in 1966; he was a member of the BYU President's Club and had been a member of the Lions and Kiwanis Clubs. He was emeritus member of the Alta Club and a lifetime member of the Riverside Country Club, which he helped organize in 1943; he served as a board member for serveral years of the Craft House in Salt Lake and was a major benefactor of a boy's home in Hanna, Utah. He is survived by his wife, a son, Kent Tolboe, Orem; a sister, Donna Tolboe, Provo; a brother, Don Tolboe, Orem; ten grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by two sons, Harold and Richard. Full military rights were accorded by VFW District #4. [Obituary published in the Deseret News, February 15, 1990.]

Tolboe, JoAnn

Tolboe, JoAnn
Peoa, Utah US

JoAnn and David Krajeski

Class of 1966 - Honorary Member. JoAnn Tolboe. Her parents: Kent Clifton Tolboe and Josephine Long Tolboe. Married David Krajeski. ~ ~ ~ ~ News Articles: South Summit resident JoAnn Tolboe Kresjeski apparently crashed while riding her road bicycle downhill on Brown’s Canyon Road, about a mile west of S.R. 32 in Peoa, on Saturday, July 26, 2008. She was found unconscious and was airlifted to a hospital in Salt Lake City, where she died. "The bicyclist was severely injured from what appeared to be an accident," a news release said. "This was not a bicycle vs. car, just a biking accident. The cyclist was wearing protective biking clothing and helmet at the time of the accident," according to authorities. JoAnne Krajeski is survived by her husband, David, and their two children. The Krajeskis are known for their support of many Park City arts organizations. A memorial service is being planned for later in the week. [Park City Record, July 27, 2008; Salt Lake Tribune, July 29, 2008.] ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: JoAnn Tolboe Krajeski, beloved wife and mother, passed into eternity Saturday, July 26, 2008. Never was a woman so devoted to her family and to life; she gave all of herself in all that she did. Her dedication and passion for the creative and performing arts touched the lives of many and profoundly enhanced the quality of the arts in Park City. Her affinity for plants and animals expressed a deep love and appreciation of life. She will be deeply missed by all who loved her and those who had the blessing of spending time with her. Now we wish her happiness and joy in being reunited with her mother, father, family and dear friends. JoAnn was born September 27, 1948 in Provo, Utah to Kent C. and Josephine L. Tolboe. She passed away as a result of a bicycling accident on July 26, 2008. She was educated at Brigham Young High School and graduated from high school in the Provo School District. She then graduated from Brigham Young University in Interior Design. She was the beloved wife of David Krajeski whom she married on November 23, 1974. Together they started Design Coalition, an interior design firm in 1973. They are the proud parents of sons, Sean, Wyatt and Kit Krajeski. She had a love for all animals especially her dogs Mowgli, Bond, Isa, Deets and Ayla, as well as her cats and horses. She excelled in athletics and was a superb skier and certified ski instructor at the original Park City Ski Resort. An expert horse woman, JoAnn was a past member of the Blue Ribbon Riding Club in Provo, Utah and loved riding at the family Riversong Ranch and surrounding mountains nearby. She loved golf, gardening, Lake Powell, BYU Cougars, traveling the world with David, but most of all she loved spending and devoting time to hear family and friends. She was an exquisite entertainer, hostess, gourmet cook and was published in Bon Appetite "Best of the Best" Magazine. The Krajeskis opened their home to many friends and services organizations for the benefit of the community. JoAnn served in many civic and community organizations including past President of Park City Performing Arts Foundation/Eccles Center, Save Our Stage Board and the Egyptian Theater Preservation Board. She was active in leadership positions with the Kimball Art Center, Sundance Film Festival and the Park City Arts Council. She was a member of other organizations including the Silver Queen Investment Club, Summit County RAP Tax Board, Volunteer for the Cross Country Venue for the 2002 Olympics and proud participant of Dream Makers Academy, various Park City book clubs and was an active supporter of the Christian Center of Park City. She was a partner of DJK Investments and director of Tolboe Construction Company. She was a member of Riverside, Park Meadows, Jeremy Ranch and the Salt Lake Country Clubs. She is survived by her husband, David, children, Sean (Marcela), Wyatt (Melissa), and Kit Krajeski, step mother Arlea N. Tolboe, father-in-law, Alexander Krajeski, sister, Jan (Richard) Anderson, brothers, Ronald K. (Jeanne) Tolboe, Craig A. (Nancy) Tolboe and Michael R. (Kathy) Tolboe, brothers-in-law, Alex Jr. and Julian Krajeski. She is also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by her parents and mother-in-law, Nita Krajeski. JoAnn, our wife and mother, imparted these words: "Grieve not, nor speak of me with tears, but laugh and talk of me as if I were beside you; I loved you so - twas Heaven here with you." We will cherish her forever! A memorial service to honor JoAnn will be held on Sunday, August 3 at the Deer Valley Snow Park Lodge Amphitheater at 9:30 a.m., followed with a reception. In lieu of flowers the family suggest contributions be made to the "JoAnn Tolboe Krajeski Foundation for the Arts", 7045 North State Road 32, Peoa, Utah, 84061. The family has requested that messages, condolences and photos be sent to claudia@jchowells.com to be compiled in a tribute album. [Deseret News, July 31, 2008.]

Tolboe, Vernon Christian

Tolboe, Vernon Christian
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Vernon & Ophelia Tolboe

Class of 1918. Vernon Tolboe. Academic Department & Arts and Manual Training Department. Graduated Monday Evening, May 27, 1918. Source 1: 1918 Graduation Program. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1918. Vernon Tolboe. He received a High School Diploma in 1918. Source 2: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 8, page 331. ~ ~ ~ ~ Vernon C. Tolboe, born November 2, 1897 in Sandy, Utah. He died on December 16, 1945 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. His parents: Christian Ahart (Chris) Tolboe & Hulda (Hattie) Naftalia Dahlquist Tolboe. He married Ophelia Jennings on June 20, 1923, in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Tolboe, Vernon Eugene

Tolboe, Vernon Eugene "Gene"
Holladay, Utah US

Gene and Lois Ann Tolboe

Class of 1947. V. Eugene "Gene" Tolboe. Student Body President in 1946-1947. Married Lois Ann Nelson. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS WIFE'S OBITUARY: Lois Ann Nelson Tolboe, beloved wife, mother, and grandmother, passed away Wednesday, January 1, 1997, after a year long battle with cancer. She was born March 9, 1928, in Spanish Fork, Utah, to Rulon H. and Ann S. Nelson. She married V. Eugene Tolboe on June 28, 1951 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. She earned a Bachelors of Science degree from Brigham Young University where she was involved in numerous service and social organizations. She was honored as the outstanding senior in Home Economics in 1950. Lois Ann was a respected educator and taught for 24 years in Granite, Salt Lake, and Provo school districts. She retired from Wasatch Junior High School in 1995. She was a member of Delta Kappa Gamma International and past president of the Alpha Gamma chapter. She was a certified volunteer of the Literacy in Action Program and a member of both the NEA and UEA. A member of the LDS Church she devoted her entire life to serving others. Her callings included Young Women's president on three occasions, Relief Society president, and stake Primary president. She is survived by her husband Gene; a son and two daughters, Bradley E. Tolboe (Lynn), Anne Marie Lowe (Howard), and Patricia Clark (Francis); nine grandchildren; three brothers and one sister, J. Rulon Nelson, A. Reed Nelson, and James H. Nelson, all of Salt Lake, and Gloria Neeley of Ogden. Funeral services were held held Monday, January 6, 1997 in Salt Lake City. Interment, Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. [Deseret News, Friday, January 3, 1997.] ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Vernon Eugene Tolboe, our gentle father, grandfather, great-grandfather, uncle and friend passed away on Thursday, November 10, 2011 due to complications from a hip fracture and diabetes. Gene was born in Provo, Utah on September 6, 1929 to Vernon Christian Tolboe and Ophelia Jennings Tolboe. He was their oldest child and big brother to Carole (Maxfield) who was born four years later. He had a wonderful childhood in Provo, where he made many friends with whom he was closely associated until his death. He loved his school days, especially his time at B.Y. High School where he played both football & basketball and was Student Body President. When Gene was 16 years old he lost both his parents in a tragic auto accident, an event that would significantly impact his sensitive and artistic nature. He married Lois Ann Nelson on June 28, 1951 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple and they had three children together. He earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1954 and a Bachelor of Architecture the following year from the University of Utah. He studied Art and Design at The New School for Social Research in New York City. Gene worked in architectural firms in Provo, New York City and Salt Lake City. He also worked as a Project Engineer for Tolboe Construction. He spent the greatest part of his career at Panushka & Associates and completed his professional life as the Chief Architect for the Salt Lake City Airport Authority. Our Dad was an artist in every way. He was intrigued by the beauty of design; whether it was in buildings, furniture, paintings, sculpture or jewelry. He loved the theater and music, especially jazz. He also loved sports and was a true Utah Ute fan. He had a passion for skiing and tennis. He enjoyed coaching his son's softball teams, and served as Scoutmaster to the same group of young men he coached on the field. More than anything, he adored his grandchildren and was proud of their accomplishments. He is survived by a son and two daughters, Bradley Eugene Tolboe, Anne Marie Lowe (Howard) and Patricia Clark; ten grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife Lois Ann, his parents and sister. Special thanks to his long time nurse and friend Tammy Loock Strahl whose generous care gave us an extra four years with our Dad. Funeral services will be held Friday, November 18, 2011 at 11 am at Wasatch Lawn Mortuary (3401 South Highland Drive). Friends and family may call from 9:45 until 10:45 am on Friday morning or from 6 to 8 pm Thursday evening at the same location. Interment, Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. [Deseret News November 13, 2011]

Tolley, H. Dennis

Tolley, H. Dennis
1317 E North Pond Circle
Mapleton, Utah 84664-5308

Dennis and Ann Tolley
  • Work: (801) 491-9385

Class of 1964. Seminary Graduate, Seminary 4 years. BYU BS Statistics 1970. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill PHD 1974. Married Ann Hicklooper, BYH Class of 1965.

Tolley, Lynn [Gerald Lynn]
8236 W. 90th Place
Westminster, Colorado 80021-4554 US

G.L. [and Gloria] Tolley
  • Home: 303-583-7779

Class of 1966. Lynn Tolley. Tennis, Wrestling, German Club Vice President, Lettermens Club, Region Tennis Tournament, Seminary 4 years. Lynn Tolley lives in the Denver area - Broomfield/Westminster, Colorado. He married Gloria Lynn on July 5, 2001, and they are the parents of several children. He worked in construction, driving heavy machinery until he retired, and is a really nice guy. He is reputed to look a lot like Willie Nelson. Still weighs 130 dripping wet -- still hyperactive. @2016 ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS WIFE'S OBITUARY: Obituary for Gloria Elaine Tolley. Gloria Tolley, age 61, passed away on Thursday, April 13 at home in Westminster after an extended illness. She was born in Denver and was the second beloved child of Aubrey and Nellie Ladwig. Gloria, beloved daughter, is survived by her parents, Aubrey and Nellie Ladwig, her husband, Gerald Lynn Tolley, daughter, Aimee McMurtry (Leo Jr.), son, Gregg McMurtry, grandchildren, Leo III and Eli, Brothers, Nathan (Teresa), Mark (Renee) and numerous nieces and nephews. Gloria was preceded in death by her beloved son, Jeffery, Nick McMurtry, his father, grandparents, Aubrey & Cora, and brother, Russell. When she was a little girl, Gloria liked Barbies. She was a good student and enjoyed school. In her high school years she enjoyed church, and Bible study. She got her first job at Hallmark and liked Precious Moments and started collecting the figurines. She moved to California and returned to Arvada over 20 years ago. When people would visit her in California, she was a great hostess taking them to the famous tourist spots. Gloria loved watching the Denver Broncos. Gloria was a sweet spirit whose smile would light up a room. She dearly loved her family and enjoyed visiting them especially on the holidays where she would toil for hours to bring her special treats for everyone. She had such a great laugh. When she laughed, she made others laugh. Gloria is at peace with her heavenly Father and has joined her family. She will be deeply missed by many of us whose lives were touched by her. Funeral Services will be Monday, April 24, 2017 @ Crossroads Chapel 9901 W. 50th Ave. Wheat Ridge Co. Viewing at 12:00 followed by Services at 1:00 PM. Interment will be at Crown Hill Cemetery following Funeral Services. Source.

Tolton, Lula

Tolton, Lula
Beaver, Utah US

Lula and Rollin Tanner

BYA Beaver Branch ~ Murdock Academy, Class of 1919. Lula Tolton. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: 102 Years Old. On December 21, 2003 Lula Tolton Tanner passed away from natural causes in the Beaver Care Center, Beaver, Utah. She was 102 years old. She was born in Beaver, Utah on March 15, 1901, the daughter of John Franklin Tolton and Caroline Olivia Hales Tolton. She graduated from the Murdock Academy in 1919 and the University of Utah in 1923. In 1926 she attended Columbia University. She taught school for many years in Beaver, Utah and Salt Lake City, Utah. An adventurous young lady, she traveled from San Francisco to New York City by way of the Panama Canal in 1930, and in 1934 took a three-month excursion to pre-modern China and Japan. On June 6, 1947 she married Rollin C. Tanner of Phoenix, Arizona in the Arizona LDS Temple. They traveled widely in the United States, the Pacific Islands, Europe and the Holy Land. Together they served as stake missionaries and temple workers in Phoenix. A gifted teacher, she spent years of activity teaching in the LDS Church Relief Society and Sunday School in Salt Lake City, Beaver and Phoenix. Rollin passed away on August 31, 1967. In April 1972, Lula moved from Phoenix to Beaver where she has resided until her death. She was known for her friendliness, quick wit, generosity, love of Jesus Christ and goodwill toward all. She survived by nine nieces and nephews and five stepchildren. Funeral services were held Saturday December 27, 2003 in the Southern Utah Mortuary, 195 North 200 West, Beaver, Utah. Interment, Greenwood Memorial Lawn Cemetery, 2300 West Van Buren, Phoenix, Arizona. [Deseret News, Thursday, December 25, 2003.]

Tonks, Warren

Tonks, Warren

Warren Tonks

Class of 1920. Warren Tonks. He graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1920. Source 1: 1920 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, page 65-85. ~ ~ ~ ~ Class of 1920. Warren Tonks. He received a BYH Normal Diploma in 1920. Source 2: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 10, page 240.

Topham, Thomas Amenzo [Jr.]

Topham, Thomas Amenzo [Jr.]
Parowan, Utah US

Amenzo and Sarah Topham

BYA Beaver Branch ~ Murdock Academy, Class of 1910. Amenzo Topham. Source: Program, Commencement Exercises, 1910. ~ ~ ~ ~ Thomas Amenzo Topham (Jr.) was born December 18, 1887 in Paragonah, Iron County, Utah. He would have been about 23 years old in 1910. His parents were Thomas Amenzo Topham (Sr.) and Annie M. Lund. He married Sarah Eva Evans on March 15, 1932 in Washington County, Utah. He died on March 5, 1956. Interment, Parowan City Cemetery.

Tout, Grace

Tout, Grace
Boulder, Colorado US

Grace and Roy Malsten

Class of 1916. Grace Tout. Graduated from Brigham Young High School, Music Department, in 1916. Source: 1916 BYU Banyan yearbook, BYH section, about 23 pages, not numbered. ~ ~ ~ ~ Grace Fulford Tout was born on February 26, 1895, in Egin, Idaho. Her parents: William Henry Tout and Catherine Jenkins Tout. She married Roy Lawrence Malsten on August 31, 1920, in Salt Lake City, Utah. She died on July 23, 1981, in Boulder, Colorado. Interment, Boulder, Colorado.

Townshend, Joseph L.

Townshend, Joseph L.
Provo, Utah US

Joseph Townshend

Faculty & Staff. Joseph L. Townshend, Mechancial Department, 1893-1894.

Tracy, Aaron W.

Tracy, Aaron W.

Aaron Tracy

Collegiate Grad of BYU, Class of 1919. Aaron W. Tracy. He received an AB Degree in 1919. Source: Annual Record, B.Y. University, Book 6, page 430.

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