Class of 1978~2~Honorary

Alphabetical Alumni
411, Class of 1969 to 1980

411, Class of 1969 to 1980

Ghost Classes of BYH 411

Class of 1980? If Brigham Young High School was closed in 1968, why are classes 1969 through 1980 included in this website? The closing in 1968 affected many students from Kindergarten through 11th Grade who had planned to attend and graduate from BY High. They were all forced to leave and complete their secondary education elsewhere. At the request of many who were students in those years, the classes of 1969 through 1980 have been added to this website directory as honorary alumni of BY High School. Sometimes called the "Ghost Classes" of BY High, all of them -- K through 11 -- were included in the historic final BYH Wildcat Yearbook published in 1968, along with the final graduating class of 1967-1968. Before that, students who attended BYH but who did not graduate with their classes were also marked as honorary alumni.

Anderson, Shawn

Shawn Anderson

Class of 1978. Shawn Anderson (male). [Need middle initial, current location.] [TM]

Barrus, Steven M.
2532 West 11275 South
South Jordan, Utah 84095 US

Steven Barrus

Class of 1978. Steven Barrus. ["Barris" on school photo.] Steven M. Barrus, BYU BA Journalism & Broadcast Communications 1984. Alternate address: Steven Barrus, 229 E. (sic), Salt Lake City, Utah 84103-2761 - (801) 359-8163. Second alternate address: Barrus Photography, Steven M. Barrus, 8375 S 700 E Salt Lake City, Utah 84094 801-562-0690

Beckham, Randall L.
1451 Knollwood Drive
Sandy, Utah 84092-5373 US

Randy Beckham
  • Work: (801) 571-8905

Class of 1978. Randy Beckham. Randall L. Beckham, BYU BA Public Relations 2001.

Braithwaite, Brent L.
381 South 300 West
Provo, Utah 84601 US

Brent Braithwaite
  • Work: (801) 377-3427

Class of 1978. Brent Braithwaite. Brent L. Braithwaite. BYU BS Horticultural Science 1990. [Note: email sent to is not being delivered.]

Brancis, John [Francis]

John Brancis [Francis]

Class of 1978. John Brancis [Francis?] IS THIS? Jonathan C. Francis, 580 North 100 East, Apt. 9, Provo, Utah 84606 - (801) 343-2579. BYU Biology 2006.

Christiansen, Carol
1091 West 100 South
Blackfoot, Idaho 83221 US

Carol Ostergar
  • Work: (208) 384-5456

Class of 1978. Carol Christiansen. BYU-Idaho General Health Science 1981. She married ______ Ostergar.

Christiansen, Tammy

Tammy Christiansen

Class of 1978. Tammy Christiansen.

Covey, Maria
1166 Eaglewood Loop
North Salt Lake, Utah 84054-3361 US

Maria and Dave Cole
  • Work: (801) 298-1281

Class of 1978. Maria Covey. BYU BA English 1984. BYU BA English Teaching & Teacher's Certificate 1987. She married Dave Cole.

Darais, Andrea C.
1835 North 500 East
Provo, Utah 84604 US

Andrea Darais
  • Work: (801) 374-5372

Class of 1978. Andrea C. Darais. BYU BA English 1984. BYU BA Drawing & Painting 1984.

Davis, Shery [Sherri]

Shery Davis

Class of 1978. Shery Davis [Sherri?]. [Need more information.] [TM]

Gourley, June

Gourley, June
Provo, Utah US

June and Lynn Searle

Faculty & Staff, 1960s through May of 1968. June G. Searle. According to her students, she was a wonderful Second Grade teacher at the BYU Elementary School. ~ ~ ~ ~ June Gourley married Lynn Scott Searle. Their children included: Judith Lynne Searle (Louis V.) Brackett (dec), Provo; Robert (Cheryl) Searle, West Bountiful; Ramon (Judy) Searle, Mesa, Arizona; and Karen (David) Pond, Pittstown, New Jersey. @2006 HER HUSBAND'S OBITUARY: The patriarch of our family, Lynn Scott Searle, returned peacefully to his Heavenly Father on June 21, 2006 in Provo, Utah. He was born July 18, 1914 in Provo, Utah, the son of Ellen LaPrele Scott and Lester Wilson Searle. Lynn graduated from Spanish Fork High School in 1932. He served in the Southern States Mission, Florida District, for the LDS Church in 1933. When he returned from his mission, he joined the Utah National Guard. He attended BYU, graduating with a bachelors degree in 1940 and a masters degree in 1963. He then worked on his doctorate in Minnesota. A beautiful young lady, June Gourley, caught his eye. They were married for time and all eternity in the Salt Lake LDS Temple, June 17, 1940. They had four children, Robert, Ramon, Judith, and Karen. In the early 1940's, Lynn was a teacher and principal at Cedar Fort and Alpine Elementary Schools in the Alpine School District. In 1946, he became a seminary teacher and taught seminary in Panguitch, Nephi, American Fork, Provo, and Salt Lake at Jordan and West High Schools. In 1968, he was employed by the State of Utah at the Utah State Hospital and the American Fork Training School as a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor until he retired in 1982. Lynn and June served an LDS mission in Roanoke, Virginia which covered the area of Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, and Maryland from 1985-1987. Lynn was an active member of the LDS Church all of his life and loved serving in various ward and stake callings. Most recently he loved teaching the High Priest Group in his Pleasant View Ward. He had been serving in the Provo LDS Temple as an ordinance worker for the last 11 years until his recent hospitalization. Lynn is survived by his wife, June; three children, Robert (Cheryl) Searle, West Bountiful, Utah, Ramon (Judy) Searle, Mesa, Arizona, Karen (David) Pond, Pittstown, New Jersey; 20 grandchildren; 40 great-grandchildren; one great great-grandchild; brothers and sister; and many loving nephews, nieces, and dear friends. He was preceded in death by his daughter, Judith (Lou) Brackett; and his brothers, Don and Ralph Searle. Funeral services were held Thursday, June 29, 2006 in Provo. Interment, Pleasant Grove Cemetery, 600 North 100 East, Pleasant Grove, Utah. [Deseret News, Monday, June 26, 2006.] ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Dr. June Gourley Searle. The matriarch of our family, June Gourley Searle, returned peacefully to her Heavenly Father December 31, 2008. June was born on June 25, 1919 in Pleasant Grove, Utah the daughter of David and Dora West Gourley. June graduated from Pleasant Grove High School. While June was attending BYU, she met a handsome young man, Lynn Scott Searle. They were married in the Salt Lake LDS Temple on June 17, 1940. They had four children: Robert, Ramon, Judith and Karen. June received both her bachelor's and master's degrees from Brigham Young University majoring in elementary education. In 1974, she received her Ph.D. from the University of Utah with a major in educational administration. Her first teaching position was in Panguitch, Utah where she taught English and dramatic art. She also taught in Granite and Jordan school districts and then on to the BYU Lab School. Dr. Searle assisted in opening up summer sessions at the Church College of Hawaii and she developed programs to enhance learning and teaching skills for the Native Americans in Southern Utah. She was active in many civic and church organizations and served as an active member in professional areas such as Phi Delta Kappa, Delta Kappa Gamma, Utah Education Association an ACEI. She helped to develop and write curriculum and conferences for gifted and talented children while at BYU. Many remember her annual display of the Sugar Plum Dream. June served an LDS mission with her husband in Roanoke, Virginia from 1985 to 1987. She was a member of the LDS Church all of her life and loved serving in those capacities to which she was called. She served as a temple ordinance worker at the Provo Temple for a number of years. June is survived by her children: Robert (Cheryl) Searle, West Bountiful, Utah; Ramon (Judy) Searle, Mesa, Arizona; Karen (David) Pond, Holland; 19 grandchildren; 43 great grandchildren; one great-great grandchild; brother, sister, and many loving nephews, nieces and dear friends. She was preceded in death by her husband, Lynn, daughter, Judith (Louis) Brackett and granddaughter, Anna (Luke) Downer. The family wishes to extend special thanks to Dr. James Woodmansee and to Susan Willis and Jerri Taylor at Harmony Home Health for their loving care. Funeral services will be provided by Olpin Family Mortuary and will be held Friday, January 9, 2009 at 11 a.m. at the Pleasant View Ward, 650 East Stadium Avenue in Provo (located just north of the Missionary Training Center in Provo.) The viewing will be held Thursday evening, January 8 from 6-8 p.m. at the Pleasant View Ward and Friday morning from 9:45 a.m to 10:45 a.m. prior to services. Interment will be at the Pleasant Grove Cemetery, 500 South Main Street, Pleasant Grove, Utah. The family suggest donations to the BYU Education Fund or the LDS Church Missionary Fund in lieu of flowers. Condolences may be sent to the family at [Provo Daily Herald, Wednesday, January 7, 2009.] ~ ~ ~ ~ Jessie Hartvigsen wrote on Jan 8, 2009: "June was truly an amazing teacher. She taught our three oldest children, Laurie, Rick and Shelly at the BYU Lab School. She constantly did many extra things with and for them. We had many occasions of sledding, being welcomed at her home and etc. Her punishment to the children for wrong doing was to give her a kiss. It was often said that she is not only the best in Provo but in and beyond Utah. Her husband Lynn was one of the kindest men I've known. We send our warmest love and sympathy to you, Karen, Ramon and Robert and all the family. Jessie and family" ~ ~ ~ ~ Anne Lambert wrote on Jan 8, 2009: "June Searle was one of the finest teachers I have ever known. She taught our oldest daughter, Melinda, at the BYU Lab school. When I returned to BYU to obtain a certificate in Early Childhood Education, June was my teacher. She set the standard for teachers in her day. Thanks! and I am one who remembers the Sugar Plum Dream." [Comments also from the Provo Daily Herald.]

Hartvigsen, Shelly
1055 West 1700 North
Provo, Utah 84604 US

Shelly Unga
  • Work: (801) 607-0717

Class of 1978. Shelly Hartvigsen. BYU Open Major 1982. BYU Hawaii BS Business Teacher Education 1988. She married _______ Unga. Alternate address: Shelly Unga, 1241 West 900 North, Provo, Utah 84604 (801) 607-0717. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents: Melvin Richard Hartvigsen and Jessie May Myers, married December 30, 1950, of Provo, Utah. Their children included Laurie Hartvigsen [BYH Class of 1972] (Neil) Lindberg; Richard Myers Hartvigsen [BYH Class of 1975] (Danielle); Shelly Hartvigsen [BYH Class of 1978] Unga; Jeffrey Arthur Hartvigsen; and Darren Kelly (Amy) Hartvigsen.

Jensen, Jan

Jan Jensen

Class of 1978. Jan Jensen (female). [Need more information, current location.] [TM]

Lambert, Melinda
3877 Will Sowders Road
Bloomington, Indiana 47401-9022 US

Melinda and James Baird
  • Work: (812) 824-3440

Class of 1978. Melinda Lambert. BYU Performance Arts 1981. She married James Baird.

McOmber, Paul D.
US Embassy Yerevan, Armenia
7020 Yerevan Place
Dulles, Virginia 20189-7020 US

Paul and Kimille McOmber
  • Work: 011-374-10-391-138

Class of 1978. Paul D. McOmber. BYU 1985. University of Utah BS 1986. UC-Davis Physician Assistant Graduate 1992. He has worked for the US Department of State since 1998 as a Foreign Service Health Practitioner. His posts include the US embassies in Moscow, Russia; Kuwait; Beijing, China; and currently Yerevan, Armenia. Paul is married to Kimille Westover from Davis, California. They have six wonderful children, ages 2 to 19. Alternate email: --@2006

Parcell, Shauna
Draper, Utah US

Shauna Parcell

Class of 1978. Shauna Parcell. Her parents: Mack Ivan Parcell and Grace Eva Dean North Parcell, married April 10, 1946 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Their children included: 1) Martin Parcell (Lisa), Ridgecrest, California; 2) Margaret Parcell (Randy) Kimball (she is dec., he married Carol); 3) Polly Parcell [BYH Class of 1969] (Dennis) Bishop, Ridgecrest, California; 4) Trudy Parcell [BYH Class of 1972] (Jerry) Bishop, Pleasant Grove, Utah; 5) Faye Parcell (Howard) Fuller, Santaquin, Utah; 6) Kaye Parcell (Jon) Mitchell, Levan, Utah; 7) Cindy Parcell [BYH Class of 1977] (Mark) Swensen, American Fork, Utah; 8) Shauna Parcell [BYH Class of 1978], Draper, Utah; 9) Becky Parcell (John) Pulver [BYH Class of 1976], Layton, Utah; and 10) Rachel Parcell (Shawn) Dansie, Orem, Utah.

Perry, David

David Perry

Class of 1978. David Perry. [Need middle initial, current location.] [TM]

Reimschüssel, Robert [Reimschussel,]
826 North 300 West
Provo, Utah 84604 US

Robert Reimschüssel
  • Work: (801) 374-0514
  • Home: (801) 374-9438

Class of 1978. Robert Reimschussel.

Reynolds, Debra
773 Grouse Drive
Spring Creek, Nevada 89815 US

Debra Reynolds-Fullmer
  • Work: (775) 753-2444

Class of 1978. Debra Reynolds. BYU Hawaii 1981. BYU BA English 1986. She married A. Fullmer, and uses the name: Debra Reynolds-Fullmer

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.

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.

Siddoway, David W.
672 East 900 South
Pleasant Grove, Utah 84062 US

David Siddoway

Class of 1978. David W. Siddoway. BYU BA Spanish 1986. Alternate address: David Siddoway, 84 North 300 East, American Fork, Utah 84003 - (801) 763-8476

Stewart, Jan
1035 S Pineview Dr
Woodland Hills, Utah 84653 US

Jan Schindler
  • Cell: 703-431-4872
  • Home: 703-723-0252

Class of 1978. Jan Stewart (female). BYU BS Physical Education 1986. She married Kevin George Schindler Sr.

Syme, Scott Williams

Syme, Scott Williams
Payson, Utah US

Scott and Keri Syme

Class of 1978. Scott Syme. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Scott Williams Syme, age 58, passed away on Saturday, January 5, 2019, at home surrounded by loved ones after a valiant fight with cancer. He was born on June 28, 1960 in Provo, Utah, the second oldest of six children to John and Joan Syme. Scott grew up in Provo, attended BY Elementary, and graduated from Provo High. It was in Provo that he developed a passion for printing. He spent 20 years working in the print industry, and found a love for managing and working alongside the people there. Scott took his skills, hard work, and abilities to many different industries; ending with his current role as Compliance Manager at Temkin International. He married the love of his life, Keri Wolsey, on July 11, 1981 in the Salt Lake Temple and they were married for 37 wonderful years. Scott loved doing anything outside; he spent countless hours in the mountains, gardening, and striving for landscaping perfection in his yard. Those who knew Scott know of the dedication he had when it came to service. One of his favorite things to do was finding individuals that he could help. He is survived by his wife Keri, and his two daughters Amy (Joshua) Titus and Emily Syme. His parents John and Joan Syme, his three brothers Les (Gaylene) Syme, John Dale (Kimberly) Syme, Alan (Michelle) Syme, and his two sisters Laurie (Creig) Rowley and Jennie (Lance) Smith. A viewing will be held on Monday, January 7, 2019 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Payson South Stake building, 711 S. 600 E., Payson, Utah. Funeral services will be held on January 8, 2019 with an additional viewing held one-hour prior from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. with funeral services beginning at 11:00 a.m. at the Payson South Stake building 711 S. 600 E. Interment will be at the Payson City Cemetery immediately following funeral services. Condolences may be sent to Profile Scott Published on: 7/3/2006 Last Visited: 7/3/2006 Scott Syme is the Director of Software Development at Saberis Inc. Profile of Scott Syme, B.C.S. Honors Senior Software Architect A keen interest in computers led Scott to achieve an honors degree in Computer Science from Carleton University, Ottawa. To complement this degree Scott also received a minor in Business. Having worked in the Lumber and Building Materials industry for 7 years Scott has brought a wealth of real-life experience to the development of software. This includes retail experience in windows, doors, deck design, and kitchen design as well as practical experience using point-of-sale, inventory and purchasing systems. Scott's involvement in the software development life cycle is right from the start with project conception and steering to completion with implementation and support. In keeping with the continually evolving software industry Scott has brought several emerging technologies to Saberis' software solutions such as XML and more recently Web Services. [Provo Daily Herald, January 6, 2019]

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