Class of 1946 H.S.

Class of 1946 H.S.'s Website

Alphabetical Alumni
Allen, James Vincent

Allen, James Vincent
Orem, Utah US

James and Maurine Allen

Class of 1946. James V. Allen. He graduated from BYH on May 23, 1946. Source: 1946 BYH Graduation Exercises Program. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: James Vincent Allen, 80, passed away Wednesday the 28th of May 2008, at home surrounded by family. He was born in 1928 to Vincent Agrippa and Vera Andrus Hoagland Allen in Nampa, Idaho. He attended schools in Nampa, Salt Lake City, and Holliday, Utah, as well as graduating from BY High School in Provo in 1946. He served a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Uruguay, South America, one of the first to serve in the area. On November 18, 1950, he joined the Air Force during the Korean War. He met Maurine Chadwick while on leave in Nampa, Idaho, and they were married on September 17, 1951 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He received an honorable discharge from the Air Force on September 14, 1954. They moved to Provo, where he attended Brigham Young University, and in the spring of 1955 Jim and Maurine moved to Seattle, Washington for the summer. He got a job with the Boeing Airplane Company on their applied physics staff and worked there for ten years. In 1965, they moved back to Provo, where Jim attended Brigham Young University and received a Bachelor of Science, and a Master of Science degree in Botany. He joined the faculty of Brigham Young University in 1969 in the department of Botany and Range science. He was an electron microscopist, taught the graduate classes in electron microscopy and supervised and maintained the electron microscopy facility at BYU until his retirement in 1993. He loved hunting, camping and enjoyed membership in the Utahah Frontiersmen Black Powder Gun Club for many years. He was a skilled craftsman, and excelled at several different crafts including carving powder horns and making quilts. He is survived by his wife, Maurine, of Orem; and four children: Elayne (Sandy) Boyce, of Juneau, Alaska; Tina (Ethan) Barnes, of Pleasant Grove; Russell (Barbara) Allen, of Stanwood, Washington; Glen (Tawnya) Allen, of Orem; 14 grandchildren; one great-granddaughter; many loving nieces and nephews; and Muggles his dog, who was his constant companion. He had a strong impact on many lives, and will be greatly missed. He was preceded in death by his parents; and a sister, Elayn. Memorial services will be held on Saturday, June 7, 2008 at 11:00 a.m. at the Berg Drawing Room Chapel. Friends may call at the Berg Mortuary of Provo, 185 East Center Street, on Saturday one hour prior to service. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made in Jim's memory to the Primary Children's Medical Center, P.O. Box 58249, Salt Lake City, UT 84158-0249. [Deseret News, June 1, 2008.]

Allred, Elaine

Elaine Allred

Class of 1946. Elaine Allred. She graduated from BYH on May 23, 1946. Source: 1946 BYH Graduation Exercises Program. She wrote a poem, "At the Crossroads" which she performed during graduation exercises along with five classmates: Clair Anderson, Robert Morgan, Montez Jones, Fred Baird, and LaDean Anderson.

Anderson, Clair R.
8173 Sunset Avenue
Fair Oaks, California 95628-5152 US

Clair Anderson

Class of 1946. Clair R. Anderson [male]. He graduated from BYH on May 23, 1946. Source: 1946 BYH Graduation Exercises Program.

Anderson, LaDeane
1025 S. 11th Street
Montrose, Colorado 81401-4428 US

LaDeane Durham

Class of 1946. LaDeane Anderson. She served as Student Body Secretary-Treasurer in 1945-1946. She graduated from BYH on May 23, 1946. Source: 1946 BYH Graduation Exercises Program.

Ashworth, Clinton Paul

Ashworth, Clinton Paul
Orem, Utah US

Clinton and Rachel Ashworth

Class of 1946. Clinton Paul Ashworth. He graduated from BYH on May 23, 1946. Source: 1946 BYH Graduation Exercises Program. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: Paul Parrish Ashworth and Jane Ferrin Ashworth. The children of Paul and Jane Ashworth included: Dell S. Ashworth (Bette Jean Brailsford, BYH Class of 1945); Faye Ashworth (George) Maxwell; and Gayle Ashworth Lloyd; Don Ashworth (Julie) and Clint P. Ashworth (BYH Class of 1946) (Rachel). ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU 1950. Licensed nuclear engineer. "I worked most of my 43-year career in advanced energy, 21 years of it as supervising engineer over advanced engineering at a large San Francisco-based energy company. We built and operated for 1,000 hours a 100-kilowatt pilot fuel cell power plant with financial support from the Electric Power Research Institute. The company also operated for several years a fuel cell power plant of a different type that supplied power to San Francisco's city offices. I evaluated, with our natural gas vice president, an opportunity to take the company into the hydrogen pipeline business. We did conception work and evaluations of fuel cells and hydrogen many times. Based on experience, the technical and economic challenges and problems of creating a viable system of hydrogen production, delivery, vehicle storage, fuel cell vehicle propulsion and safety are formidable. They are individually unsolved and collectively may be unsolvable without as-yet-unknown major breakthroughs. Another big clincher against this system being viable any time soon is the false justification for it. It is claimed to replace our dependence on fossil fuels. But fossil fuels are currently the only source of hydrogen that might possibly make the system viable. Making nonfossil-fuel-based hydrogen sources comparably attractive is as unsolved and collectively unsolvable as the hydrogen vehicle system itself. I think the hydrogen vehicle idea is a pipe dream that has to be played out for political reasons alone." ~ ~ Clinton Paul Ashworth (@March7, 2003) ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Clinton Paul Ashworth, 80, passed away Sunday, May 17, 2009, due to complications of cancer. Clint was born October 25, 1928, in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Paul Parrish and Jane Dutcher Ferrin Ashworth. Clint lived his childhood years in Salt Lake City & the summers in Provo Canyon, attended BY High School where he graduated in 1946, BYU and attended the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, and graduated as an Electrical Engineer in June 1950. He married Rachel Calder from Vernal October 9, 1950 in the Salt Lake Temple. He was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, working in many ward & stake positions, including Scouts & girls camp. He served a mission with his wife in the Salt Lake Family History and he was a temple worker in the Mount Timpanogos Temple for over 11 years. He was hired by General Electric in 1950 and spent time in the East. He had a change of employment in 1957, with Pacific Gas & Electric Company in San Francisco as a Mechanical and Nuclear Engineer. He spent the last 22 years as a Supervising Mechanical Engineer. The family moved to San Jose &Walnut Creek, CA. where they raised their 7 children. Clint enjoyed biking on a regular basis up to Bridal Veil Falls in the Provo Canyon. He had a deep commitment to his family, the rights of the constitution and his callings in the church; a man of integrity, dependability and uncompromising principles. He is survived by his wife of 58 years, Rachel, of Orem, four sons, Jeff, Provo, James (Alison), Boise, ID., Alan (Kerri), Beachwood, NJ, Paul, Orem, Utah and a daughter, Jane (Paul) Rollins, Thornton, CO. two sons-in-law, Bob Pugh & Jeff Pierce, a sister, Gayle Lloyd, SLC, UT. and 18 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Preceded in death by two daughters, Lucy Pugh & Sally Pierce, his parents & two brothers, Don & Dell, one sister, Faye Maxwell. Funeral services will be held Friday, May 22, 2009 at 10 a.m. LDS Church, 800 East 1200 North, Orem. Family and friends may call Thursday evening from 6-8 p.m. at the Walker Sanderson Funeral Home, 646 East 800 North, Orem and Friday morning from 8:45-9:45 a.m. prior to the services. Interment will be held at the Orem City Cemetery. Condolences may be sent to the family at: [Provo Daily Herald, May 20, 2009]

Avery, Barry Hulet

Avery, Barry Hulet
141 N. 650 E.
Kaysville, Utah 84037-2169 US

Barry Avery

Class of 1946. Barry Hulet Avery. He graduated from BYH on May 23, 1946. Source: 1946 BYH Graduation Exercises Program. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Barry Hulet Avery, March 1, 1928 ~ January 27, 2020 (age 91). Barry Hulet Avery, beloved husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, brother, uncle, teacher, and friend passed away peacefully at his home on January 27, 2020. Barry was born March 1, 1928, in Snowflake, Arizona, the second son of Floyd and Sadie Avery. The Avery family moved to Kanosh, Utah, in 1936 and then settled in Provo in 1941. In Provo, Barry graduated five years later from BY High School in the Class of 1946. He served in the Netherlands Mission as a representative of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from 1948 to 1951, and shortly after his return to Utah, he was drafted into the United States Army. Barry had a natural gift for languages, a talent that earned him an Army Intelligence assignment to Germany as an interpreter during the Korean War. He was honorably discharged as a Sergeant in 1954 and returned to Provo to continue his education at BYU. Barry married the love and joy of his life, Carol Westover, on May 12, 1955, in the Salt Lake Temple, and together they raised six children. He was immensely proud of his family and loved them unconditionally. Nothing pleased him more than to have his home filled with the sounds of his children and grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He and Carol attended every possible family event, from graduations and weddings to school performances to farewells and homecomings, often traveling great distances in support of their immediate and extended family. Barry started his working life as a chemical engineer, but in 1960 he accepted a teaching position at Juab High School in Nephi, Utah, a decision that marked the beginning of a 32-year career as science and math educator. In 1964, after earning his Master of Science degree from the University of Utah, Barry moved his family to Kaysville and began teaching at Clearfield High School. He retired from Clearfield in 1992, having shaped the minds and lives of thousands of students. From the early days of his childhood, Barry had an adventurous spirit and was always eager to tackle new challenges. As a teenager during the closing years of World War II, he joined the Civil Air Patrol and earned his pilot’s license so he could assist in the war effort. He took up boxing, played basketball, loved skiing and hunting and camping, and was a passionate fan of the BYU Cougars and Utah Jazz. He also had a deep love for Scouting and led many groups of young men on outings to the Uintahs, Yellowstone, the Tetons, and beyond. Barry was a master gardener whose weed-free garden and world-class produce were the envy of all who knew him. Barry was a devoted member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served in numerous positions throughout his lifetime. During his retirement years, he and Carol served two missions as a couple, first to Kortrijk, Belgium, and later in Birmingham, Alabama. They also spent 10 years as workers in the Bountiful Temple. Barry was both a gentleman and a gentle man. His quiet, steady strength was unwavering, as was his commitment to the people and things most dear to him. His work ethic was above reproach, and he was the consummate teacher. He also had a surprisingly sharp wit that would leave his listeners in stitches at the most unexpected moments. He was dearly loved and will be deeply missed by all who had the privilege of knowing him. Barry is survived by his wife, Carol; children Shara-Dawn Chambers (Peter) of Phoenix, Arizona; Keith Avery of Kaysville; Chris Titus (Ron) of Fruit Heights; Garth Avery of Kaysville; Carol-Lynne Hirschi (Joseph) of Marion, Illinois; and Lara-Anne Attanasio of Kaysville; his 44 grandchildren and 32 great-grandchildren; brother Condon Avery (Wilma) of Riverton; sister Sue Swain of Orem; sister Ara Jean Hiatt of Mt. Airy, North Carolina; sister-in-law Virginia Avery of Mesa, Arizona; sister-in-law Pamela Avery of Orem, Utah; and many, many nieces and nephews who adored their Uncle Barry. Funeral services were held Saturday, February 1, 2020, at the Kaysville 13th Ward, 200 N. 875 E., Kaysville. Interment, Kaysville City Cemetery. Barry’s family is deeply grateful for the incredible outpouring of love they’ve received through this difficult time. A very special word of thanks is extended to Stefanie and Ashlie of Atlas Homecare and Hospice, and especially to Barry’s granddaughter Kristy “Avery” Broadbent, whose tender, compassionate, and skilled care for Grandpa in his final days is a gift that can never be repaid. Source.

Baird, Frederick Eldredge

Baird, Frederick Eldredge
Bountiful, Utah US

Fred and Norma Baird

Class of 1946. Frederick Eldridge Baird. He graduated from BYH on May 23, 1946. Source: 1946 BYH Graduation Exercises Program. ~ ~ Freddie married Norma. His parents: Orrin Randall Baird and Almira Eldredge Baird. They had five children, four sons and one daughter. They are: Orrin Eldredge Baird [BYH Class of 1945] (married Bonnie) of Brigham City, Utah; Fred E. Baird [BYH Class of 1946] (married Norma) of Bountiful, Utah; James Baird [BYH Class of 1947] (married Louise) of Provo, Utah; Wilford Baird [BYH Class of 1951?] (married Ann), of Provo, Utah; and Kathleen Baird [BYH Class of 1954] (married Roy Snedden) of Lincoln, Nebraska. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Frederick Eldredge Baird passed away peacefully at home, with his children at his side, on May 29, 2018. A son of Orrin Randall and Almira Eldredge Baird, he was born July 3, 1928 in Provo, Utah. He attended BY Elementary and BY High School, graduating in the Class of 1946. He then attended and graduated from Brigham Young University. He married Norma Boam on June 3, 1949 in the Salt Lake City LDS Temple. She passed away on April 7, 2001. They met at Norma's first BYU Social, the Hello Dance in September 1947. A life-long active member of the LDS Church, he served in many capacities including YMMIA President in two wards, Sunday School President, Stake and Ward Financial Clerk, Stake Auditor, a mission in the Family History Library; and service in the Bountiful LDS Temple. Fred was a Certified Public Accountant and retired as Senior Financial Examiner for the State of Utah Insurance Department. He was a member of the American Institutes of CPA's, and the Utah Society of CPA's. He joined the Beehive Chapter of the Sons of the Utah Pioneers in 1964. He was past president of the Bountiful SUP Chapter. He wrote and published their monthly newsletter for ten years. Norma and Fred were grateful for their opportunities to travel over many years to all 48 states in the continental United States. Survivors are children and their spouses: ElRay and Debra Baird, Nanette and Perry Allen, Drew Baird, Paul and Sally Baird, Melanie and Kim Tingey; 20 grandchildren; and 43 great-grandchildren, a brother, Wilford Baird, sister, Kathleen Sneddon, and sister-in-law, Louise Baird. Fred was preceded in death by his parents and brothers, Orrin and James. Funeral services will be held at 11 am, Saturday, June 2, 2018 at the LDS Chapel, 165 Monarch Drive, Bountiful, Utah. A viewing will be held Friday evening from 6 - 8 pm at Russon Mortuary, 295 North Main, Bountiful and Saturday morning 9 - 10:30 am at the church prior to services. Interment will be next to Norma and his parents in the family plot at the Taylorsville Cemetery, 4575 South Redwood Road, Salt Lake City County, Ut. Online guest book at Deseret News, May 31, 2018

Behrman, Leora

Leora Behrman

Class of 1946. Leora Behrman. She graduated from BYH on May 23, 1946. Source: 1946 BYH Graduation Exercises Program.

Bennion, Lynette [June Lynette]

Bennion, Lynette [June Lynette]
Mackay, Idaho US

Lynette and Reed Asay

Class of 1946. Lynette Bennion [June Lynette Bennion]. She graduated from BYH on May 23, 1946. Source: 1946 BYH Graduation Exercises Program. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU BA Music 1950. Married Reed Z. Asay, of Leslie, Idaho. Her parents are Parley June Bennion and Helen Burton Bennion. Alternate address: Reed Z. Asay, 4430 North 3830 West, Mackay, Idaho 83251 - (208) 588-3363. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: June Lynette Bennion Asay, 84, of Mackay, Idaho, died of natural causes early Friday, August 17, 2012, in Provo, Utah, at Beehive Homes of Provo. She was born August 16, 1928, in Salt Lake City to Parley Junius and Helen Burton Bennion. She grew up in Afton, Wyoming, in the heart of beautiful Star Valley. She graduated from Brigham Young University High School in Provo in May of 1946. Lynette earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in music from BYU in 1950. Lynette taught over 700 high school and elementary school students in Salt Lake City and Mackay in a career that spanned over 30 years. She was also active in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Of the many church positions she held, Lynette's favorite calling was music chairperson, which allowed her to lead the choir, play the organ and train other organists and conductors. She loved to teach young people so that they could fulfill music callings all of their lives. Lynette loved to take care of others and continued to do so as long as she was able. She had a unique ability to make others feel that they were special. She was a talented pianist and passed on her love of music to children and grandchildren. Lynette always saw beauty in the world around her and captured it in photos and shared it through painting. She made the landscape of her home colorful by planting vibrant flowers in her garden. Lynette always had a hug and a smile for each grandchild and kept up with their interests and activities. They have warm memories of hot cocoa before breakfast, ice cream with fresh berries, homemade quilts and many games of pinochle and cribbage, as well as daring rescues from rattlesnakes, which she killed with a shovel. Lynette was a strong woman who did what needed to be done. Lynette is survived by her husband, Reed Z. Asay; children, Tan (Paul) Summers of Bountiful, Utah, Don (Loretta) Asay of Las Vegas, Nevada, Christie (Daniel) Berndt of Woodbury, Minnesota, Robin (Robin) Pearson of Moore, Idaho, and Ruth Ann (David) Wagstaff of Provo, Utah; 22 grandchildren; and 29 great-grandchildren. Lynette was preceded in death by her parents, Parley Junius and Helen Bennion; her brothers, Grant and Parley Bennion; and one grandson, Robert Asay. A funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, August 25, 2012, at the Leslie, Idaho, LDS Ward building, 3801 N. Highway 93. There will be a viewing from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Friday, August 24, at Anderson Family Funeral Home, 2555 N. Highway 93 in Arco. The family also welcomes visitors from noon to 12:45 p.m. Saturday at the church prior to services. Graveside services will follow at Mount McCaleb Cemetery on Main Street in Mackay. [Post Register, Idaho Falls, Idaho, August 22, 2012]

Bentwet, Randa Marie
506 North Church St. Picard
West Chester, Pennsylvania 19380 US

Randa Mette

Class of 1946. Randa Marie Bentwet. She graduated from BYH on May 23, 1946. Source: 1946 BYH Graduation Exercises Program. ~ ~ ~ ~ She married _____ Mette.

Boren, Innis Faun
PO Box 325
Eagar, Arizona 85925-0325 US

Innis Brown

Class of 1946. Innis Faun Boren. She graduated from BYH on May 23, 1946. Source: 1946 BYH Graduation Exercises Program.

Borgeson, Clara Rosalie

Borgeson, Clara Rosalie
Santaquin, Utah US

Clara and Donald Goudy

Class of 1946. Clara Rosalie Borgeson. She graduated from BYH on May 23, 1946. Source: 1946 BYH Graduation Exercises Program. ~ ~ ~ ~ [Also mentioned elsewhere in same year, Claire Borgeson and Nicoline Borgeson -- all the same person?] She performed a clarinet solo, "Scene and Air," at graduation exercises in 1946. ~ ~ ~ ~ Clara Borgeson married Donald Ray Goudy, Sr. They lived in Salt Lake City, then moved to Santaquin, Utah. Their children include: Donald Ray (D. Ray) Goudy, Jr. (married Sharon Ann Dye); Debbie Goundy (Mark) Erickson; Tom (Debbie) Augustus Goudy; Daniel (Karla) Goudy; Janell Goudy (Tim) Luscher; Andrew (Keela) Goudy; Heather Goundy (Chad) Van Patten; Holly Goudy (Dan) Joseph, and Jordan (Marylynn) Goudy. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Clara Rosalia Borgeson Goudy of Santaquin, Utah passed away January 4th, 2010 and rejoined her loving husband. She was born in Murray, Utah on March 16, 1928 to Andrew Alvin Borgeson and Johanna Van Tussenbroek. She was raised in Santaquin in a large family of five sisters and one brother. Clara attended Payson High School and graduated from BY Academy [Note: BY Academy ceased to exist in 1903 -- she graduated from Brigham Young High School in the Class of 1946]. Later she attained her B.A. in accounting from Brigham Young University. Following her university graduation, she served in the Netherlands as a missionary for the LDS Church. Upon the completion of her mission, she fell in love with and was sealed to Donald Ray Goudy for eternity in the Salt Lake Temple on November 23, 1955. They lived in Salt Lake City and Millcreek Canyon before relocating to Santaquin when Don retired. Clara opened her heart and home to all in need. She gained the respect of all as she spent years in compassionate and dedicated service to her husband Don,her son Donald Ray Jr.,andher daughter Heather during their illnesses. Throughout Clara's life her testimony of our Savior was reflected in the service she rendered to family, church, and community. Clara was preceded in death by her parents, husband, sister Jo Marie (Borgeson) Bray, son Donald Ray Jr. (Sharon) Goudy, daughter Heather (Goudy) Ennis, son-in-law Roger Ennis, and grandson Brent Goudy. She is survived by her children Tom (Debbie) Augustus, Debbie (Mark) Erickson, Daniel (Karla) Goudy, Janell (Tim) Luscher, Andrew (Keela) Goudy, Holly (Dan) Joseph, Jordan (Marylynn) Goudy, daughter-in-law Sharon Goudy, 33 grandchildren, 6 great grandchildren, and her siblings Lavina Borgeson, Nell (Wes) Morgan, June (Bill) Hubner, Andrew (Julie) Borgeson, Carolyn (Gerald) Shelley. Funeral services will be held in her honor at 11:00 a.m. Friday, January 8th at the Santaquin North Stake Center, 545 N. 200 E. Santaquin. The viewing will be held on Thursday January 7th from 6-8 p.m. at the Holladay-Brown Funeral Home 66 South 300 East, Santaquin and again on Friday from 9:30-10:45 a.m. at the Stake Center. Interment will be at Santaquin City Cemetery. The family extends their gratitude to all who have shared time and love with the family. It is requested in lieu of flowers that your time & money be spent with your family to create a lasting memory. Condolences and memories may be shared with the family at [Provo Daily Herald, January 6, 2010]

Brandley, Elizabeth Ann

Brandley, Elizabeth Ann
, Arizona US

Elizabeth and Myron Hamilton

Class of 1946. Elizabeth Brandley. She graduated from BYH on May 23, 1946. Source: 1946 BYH Graduation Exercises Program. ~ ~ Elizabeth Ann Brandley was born on October 4, 1928 in Raymond, Alberta, Canada. Her parents were Louis Orson Brandley and Edda Anderson Bradley. Louis Orson Brandley [BYH Class of 1914] married Edda Anderson Brandley on May 28, 1919 in Salt Lake City, Utah. The children of Louis and Edda Brandley included: Robert (Bob) Brandley, Raymond, Alberta, Canada; David S. Brandley, Ogden, Utah; W. Peter Brandley [BYH Class of 1953], Salt Lake City, Utah; Elizabeth Ann Brandley [BYH Class of 1946] (Myron Leon) Hamilton; and Margaret Brandley (Vernon Wallace) Larsen. Elizabeth married Myron Leon Hamilton on July 6, 1948 in Cardston, Alberta, Canada. Myron Leon Hamilton was born on October 18, 1927 in Savannah, Georgia. Myron died on May 6, 1995 in Arizona. Elizabeth Brandley Hamilton died on November 7, 1999.

Broadhead, Stirling Spencer

Broadhead, Stirling Spencer
Whittier, California US

Stirling and Bevis Broadhead

Class of 1946. Sterling Spencer Broadhead. He graduated from BYH on May 23, 1946. Source: 1946 BYH Graduation Exercises Program. ~ ~ ~ ~ Brief biography written May, 2005, Whittier, California: "I was born in Pleasant Grove, Utah, 03 December 1927. Our family lived in Rupert, Idaho, from 1928 to 1941, where I attended grades 1-7. We moved to Provo, Utah in 1941. I attended Dixon Junior High School, grades 8-9. and BY High School, grades 10-11-12. During my three years at Y High my teachers included Golden Woolf (Principal and Religion), Anna B. Hart (English), Julia Caine (History), A. John Clarke (Science), C.L. Jensen (Math and Bookkeeping), and Dave Crowton (Physical Education & Health) I volunteered and became a soldier in the U.S. Army in September of 1946, going to Japan in 1947 as a soldier in the Occupation Army of Japan, discharged January of 1948. I began my college career at BYU that month, graduating in 1952 with a major in Education. I began teaching school in Ely, Nevada, in 1952, 7th grade, including being the physical education teacher for both boys and girls in grades 6-7-8. Later I became a vice-principal and completed my eight years in Ely as Coordinator-Supervisor of White Pine County Schools. While in Ely I returned to BYU for three summers to work on my Masters degree. I married Bevis Young from Ely in 1956. We have three sons and one daughter. In 1960 we moved to Whittier, California, where I was employed by the Little Lake City School District, having positions as 7th - 8th grade supervisor, assistant principal of a junior high school, district instructional materials coordinator, and elementary principal for 24 years, retiring in 1987. I’ve always been an active Latter Day Saint, having served as Stake Sunday School Superintendent, bishop’s counselor, bishop for seven years, stake high counselor, counselor in the Whittier Stake presidency for six years, and High Priest Group instructor. Presently I teach the Gospel Doctrine class. Our sons and daughter have all married in the temple, and all are active Latter Day Saints. We have sixteen grandchildren, two of them serving on missions at the time of this writing, and others awaiting their turns. Two of my younger brothers are BY High graduates: (1) Don, graduating in the Class of 1947; (2) Kent, graduating in the Class of 1949." Alternate email: ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Stirling Spencer Broadhead, Sr. was born on December 3, 1927 in his Grandmother Smith's home in Pleasant Grove, Utah, to Spencer and Jocie Broadhead. He passed away peacefully in his home on February 23, 2022 following a twelve-week illness. He was the oldest of four children: Don, Kent and John. He was raised in Rupert, Idaho and Provo, Utah and graduated from Brigham Young University High School in the Class of 1946. He enlisted in the United States Army in 1946 and was honorably discharged in 1947 after serving in Japan. From a young age, he wanted to be an educator, and after graduating from Brigham Young University in 1952 he began his teaching career in Ely, Nevada. While living in Ely he met his sweetheart, Bevis Young, and they were married on June 15, 1956. In 1960 his family moved to La Mirada, California, then to Whittier, California in 1964, where he was an Elementary School Principal at Little Lake School District until he retired in 1987. Stirling and Bevis were sealed in the Los Angeles Temple on March 10, 1962 and lived in the same modest home in Whittier for 43 years. They moved to Murray, Utah, in 2007 to be closer to their children and grandchildren. They are the parents of four children. Stirling was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, and served in many callings, including Bishop of the Whittier 5th Ward and Second Counselor in the Whittier Stake Presidency. His favorite callings were Deacons/Boy Scout Advisor, Home Teacher, and good neighbor. He helped and influenced many people, young and old, with no regard for religion, politics, ethnicity, social or economic standing. He wore out his life going about doing good. He was kind, cheerful and conversational with everyone he met. He made those around him feel important and unconditionally loved. However, his greatest achievement was in being a wonderful husband, father and grandpa to his family. He was never too busy to play ball or share a story with his posterity. Dad taught his children the importance of integrity and hard work, and a few biblical construction adjectives. He was selfless in his service to others and a true disciple of Jesus Christ. Those who had the privilege of associating with him will dearly miss him. Stirling is survived by his children: Stirling (Lori) Broadhead, Stephen (Amy) Broadhead, David (Sharon) Broadhead, and Mary (Mike) Norton, 16 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren and his brother Kent. The family would like to thank the wonderful caregivers at Atlas Homecare and Hospice and Home Option Personal Care for their gentle and loving care of our father. Funeral services will be held March 4, 2022, 11 am, at the Cottonwood 11th Ward, 1830 E. 6400 S, Murray, Utah. There will be a viewing at the church on Thursday, March 3 from 6 pm - 8 pm, and on Friday, March 4 from 9 am-10:30 am at the church prior to services. Interment, Larkin Sunset Gardens. To watch the services online or to share a memory, please visit In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations may be made to Primary Children's Hospital or a charity of your choice. Deseret News from March 1 to March 4, 2022.] ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS WIFE'S OBITUARY: Bevis Young Broadhead was born November 12, 1933 in Ely, Nevada to Harvey and Florence Young. She passed away peacefully in her home on November 15, 2014 following a long illness. She was the oldest of four children: Harvey Young Jr, Gene Young, and Millie Young (Luscher). Bevis was raised in Ely, Nevada and graduated from White Pine High School in 1951. She attended Nursing School for a time at Westminster and Brigham Young University. While living in Ely, she met the love of her life, Stirling Spencer Broadhead and married on June 15, 1956. They were sealed in the Los Angeles Temple on March 10, 1962, and are the parents of four children: Stirling (Lori) Broadhead, Stephen (Amy) Broadhead, David (Sharon) Broadhead, and Mary (Mike) Norton, 16 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren. Bevis was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, and served in many callings and organizations. She was an exceptional pianist and musician, and served as the ward chorister and choir director for many years. She directed stake choirs and musical productions. One of her favorite callings was serving as the Young Women's President where she helped influence and mold the lives of many young ladies in her ward and neighborhood. She was kind and caring to everyone she met, and made all around her feel important because of her unconditional love. However her greatest achievement was in being a wonderful wife, mother and grandmother to her family members. Bevis was a perfectionist, and taught her children the importance of integrity, hard work and service to others. Her cooking skills were second to none, and her family and friends always enjoyed the creative dishes she prepared. She was selfless in her service toward others, and a true disciple of her Savior, Jesus Christ. She will be missed by all who had the privilege of associating with her. Bevis is survived by her husband Stirling, sister Millie, and her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Preceded in death by her parents and two brothers. The family would like to thank the caregivers at Millcreek Home Health and Hospice for their gentle and loving care toward our mother. Funeral services will be held November 21, 2014, 11 am, at the Cottonwood 11th Ward, 1830 E. 6400 S, Murray. Friends may call Friday 9-10:30 am at the church prior to services. Interment at the Larkin Sunset Gardens Cemetery, 1950 E. 10600 S., Sandy. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations may be made to the LDS General Missionary Fund or the LDS Perpetual Education Fund. Online condolences may be shared at www. [Deseret News, November 19 to 20, 2014]

Bushman, Burl Jesse

Bushman, Burl Jesse
Camarillo, California US

Burl and Char Bushman

Class of 1946. Burl Jesse Bushman. He graduated from BYH on May 23, 1946. Source: 1946 BYH Graduation Exercises Program. ~ ~ ~ ~ Burl was born in Winslow, Arizona in 1927. Moved to Provo when he was 12 years old. He went to Provo High one year, then to BY High for 1945 and 1946. A little of his life after graduation: Went to BYU one year, 1946-47. Served a Central Pacific Mission to Hawaii, 1947-49. Married Charlene Harmon from Pocatello, Idaho. They met at BYU in 1952. Graduated from Utah State University in 1957. Taught Industrial Arts and coached in the Oxnard Union High District for 30 years, spending the last 18 years at Camarillo High School. [He taught at Camarillo High School for 30 years.] Retired 1987. Burl and his wife served a mission to Bagio, Philippines, 1987-89. They served another mission to the Manila, Philippine Temple, 1990-92 (he was set apart as a sealer in June 1991). Served in the Los Angeles Temple, 1992-96, for one week each month. Served a temple mission to the Hong Kong Temple, 1996-1998, arriving two days before the dedication. They again worked in the Los Angeles Temple, 1998-99. They were called to serve in the Orlando Temple, 1999-2000. Called to the Accra, Ghana Temple, West Africa, two weeks before the temple was dedicated on Jan. 11, 2004. They have lived in California for 56 years; living the last 38 years based in Camarillo, California. They have 5 children, 24 grandchildren, and 44 greats. He said, "Life can't get any better than this. All of our children and grandchildren have been sealed in the temple. We have been greatly blessed. I loved my two years at B. Y. High School. I loved the reunions in 1996 and 2001." @2014 ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: Burl Jesse Bushman,Camarillo, California. Jesse Bushman, 89 passed away Saturday, October 29, 2016 at his home in Camarillo, California. He was born May 6, 1927 to Virgil and Ruth Bushman who taught him to work, to enjoy his six brothers and to love the Lord on their ranch in Winslow, Arizona. He was a life-long member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. As a young man he served an LDS mission in Hawaii. After his mission he returned to his studies at BYU where he met the love of his life, Charlene Harmon. They were married in the Salt Lake Temple on September 25, 1952. They made their first home in Oxnard, California. A year and a half later they returned to Utah where Burl completed his education earning a degree in Industrial Education from Utah State University. Some years later he also earned a Masters Degree from Northern Arizona University. With their little family of four, Burl and Charlene settled in Oxnard where he joined the faculty at Oxnard High School, then Hueneme High and finally Camarillo High. He loved sports, both playing and coaching. Along with teaching, Burl was a skilled craftsman and obtained his Contractors license. During summer months be built several beautiful homes in Camarillo, including their home on Camarillo Drive. He retired in 1997 after a 30-year career in teaching. As a faithful member of the Church, he served in many capacities: Scoutmaster, Bishopric Counselor, Counselor in the Philippines Baggio Mission Presidency, Counselor in the Manila Philippines Temple Presidency, and Temple Sealer. He and his sweetheart served missions in the Philippines, Hong Kong, Florida (Orlando) and Ghana, West Africa. Burl and Charlene were blessed with five children, three sons and two daughters he adored. He was a loving and caring husband and father who taught his children integrity, a strong work ethic and a love for the Lord. He is survived by his wife Charlene, sons Jeffery (Teri), Brad (Tara), Bruce (Jamie), daughters Nancy Bacigalupi (Dale), and Joan Lunt (Brent), 25 grandchildren and 48 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Saturday, November 5, 2016 at 11:00 am at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints located at 1201 Paseo Camarillo. A viewing will be held from 10:00-10:45 am preceding the service. A private interment will be held Sunday, November 6, 2016 at Conejo Mountain Memorial Park. Arrangements are under the direction of Griffin Family Funeral Chapels (805)482-1166. [Ventura County Star, November 3, 2016] Source

Callahan, Betty Gay

Callahan, Betty Gay
Orem, Utah US

Betty and Bert Wagstaff

Class of 1946. Bethsheba [Betty] Gay Callahan. She graduated from BYH on May 23, 1946. Source: 1946 BYH Graduation Exercises Program. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Betty Gay Callahan Wagstaff passed away peacefully in the early morning hours on Saturday, August 24, 2013 after a long, valiant and courageous battle with diabetes and kidney failure. Betty Gay was born November 28, 1927 in Provo, Utah. She graduated from Brigham Young High School in the Class of 1946. She met our Dad at BYU. They married within five months in the Salt Lake Temple. They made their home in Orem, Utah where they raised their five children. Our Mom was a devoted disciple of our Savior and longed for the day she would be reunited with her eternal companion and our loving father Bert Wagstaff. She was active in the LDS Church and served in many callings throughout her life including an ordinance worker in the Provo Temple. Being a wife, mother, and homemaker was her greatest joy. She also took great pride in her grandchildren and great grandchildren. Betty was talented with her hands-she was an accomplished seamstress, gardener and cook. We will miss her extravagant holiday meals. She is preceded in death by her sweetheart and eternal companion Bert W. Wagstaff. She is survived by Todd Wagstaff of American Fork, Taunya Stevens (Phil) of Tooele, Stephanie Johnson (Bart) of Holladay, Heidi Makowski (Ed) of Salt Lake City, and Troy Wagstaff (Colette) of American Fork. She is survived by thirteen grandchildren: Todd, Sundi, Trent, Hillary, Michelle, Catherine, Christopher, Michael, Nicholas, Anjellica, Makenzie, Brittany and Katelyn and twelve great grandchildren: William, Natayah, Roan, Adam, Kyle, Marshall, Braden, Caleb, Chase, Katie, Aaliyah and Irianna. We, her children, want to thank our loving and devoted Mother for a lifetime of unconditional love, support, and understanding. You will live in our hearts forever. We want to express our profound gratitude to Kelly, Paul, Isabell, Brittany, Jeri, Lori, and Kayleen along with all of the other dedicated health care providers who took such great care of our Mom. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, August 28th, 2013, at 1:00 p.m. at the Sundberg-Olpin Funeral Home, 495 South State Street, Orem. A visitation will be held Wednesday 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m prior to the services. Interment will be in the Orem City Cemetery. Condolences may be sent to the family at [Provo Daily Herald, August 26, 2013]

Colvin, Curtis A.
153 Camarillo Drive
Camarillo, California 93010-1114 US

Curtis Colvin

Class of 1946. Curtis A. Colvin. He graduated from BYH on May 23, 1946. Source: 1946 BYH Graduation Exercises Program.

Craven, Charles Moore
4483 Forrest Green Dr.
Ogden, Utah 84403 US

Charles Craven

Class of 1946. Charles Moore Craven. He graduated from BYH on May 23, 1946. Source: 1946 BYH Graduation Exercises Program.

Cullimore, Coridon [Neff Coridon]
6 Canyon Alder
Littleton, Colorado 80127-3535 US

Coridon Cullimore
  • Work: (303) 979-7310

Class of 1946. Neff Coridon Cullimore [Uses middle name.] He graduated from BYH on May 23, 1946. Source: 1946 BYH Graduation Exercises Program. ~ ~ ~ ~ Grandparents: William C. Cullimore and Eunice L. Murdock Hanks. They had seven sons and three daughters, including: Eunice Elisadore Cullimore, who married Leland K. Cullimore, M.D., of Charleston, Utah. The children of Dr. and Mrs. Cullimore included: Leeta Cullimore Campbell [BYH Class of 1945], of Phoenix, Arizona; and Coridon N. Cullimore [BYH Class of 1946], of Littleton, Colorado. @1997

Cullimore, Lloyd Lorenzo

Cullimore, Lloyd Lorenzo
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Lloyd and Vernice Cullimore

Class of 1946. Lloyd L. Cullimore. He graduated from BYH on May 23, 1946. Source: 1946 BYH Graduation Exercises Program. ~ ~ Lloyd Lorenzo Cullimore married Vernice Jackson. Lloyd was born on May 16, 1927 in Provo, Utah. He died on November 24, 1987, Mount Olympus, Salt Lake County, Utah. Source.

HIS FATHER: Lloyd L. Cullimore (1895-1986). Mayor of Provo, Utah, 1959-1961. Lloyd L. Cullimore, M.D., was born on December 10, 1895 in Lindon, Utah, to Albert and Luella Keetch Cullimore. A descendent of English immigrants to Utah, Cullimore grew up on a farm near Lindon. He served a LDS mission in the Southern States and earned a B.S. degree at the University of Utah. He married Odessa Allred in 1920 in the Salt Lake Temple. After graduating from George Washington University Medical School in Washington, D.C. in 1925, Cullimore said he had "about $2 and two degrees." He had a great offer to be in a lucrative medical partnership in Washington, D.C., but he turned down what he called a "gold mine" to return to the West to raise his family. Under the supervision of Dr. Theodore B. Beatty of the Utah State Health Department, Dr. Cullimore was assigned to the Shepherd-Towner Infancy Maternal Welfare Program. He moved to Provo in that capacity, but in the summer of 1927 he taught his first class at BYU. In January 1928 he opened his private practice in Provo, where he became a well-known general practitioner and made numerous contributions to the medical profession and most importantly, his patients. For many years he was city physician. At BYU he was a founder of the student health program. He donated his time to see BYU students, first at the Lower Campus and then later at the McDonald Health Center. He taught health classes and served as physician for several athletic teams. He continued to serve BYU until 1949, when his private practice in Provo demanded more of his time. He delivered many babies at Crane Maternity Home before Utah Valley Hospital began. He went East to help negotiate funding for the new community hospital which opened in 1939. The first baby born at Utah Valley Hospital was delivered by Dr. Lloyd L. Cullimore. Dr. Cullimore was a key figure in the start of the Utah County alcohol rehabilitation program, which initially was rather controversial. Some local LDS bishops felt the center was unneeded and that Cullimore was going against his own faith. Cullimore explained in a newspaper article that his goal was to help people, regardless of their religion. Journalist Theron H. Luke called Dr. Cullimore "the last of a vanishing breed--the old-time family doctor." He referred to Cullimore making house calls, even if necessary in the middle of the night. He charged little for his medical services and would waive the fee for those unable to pay. He became a person's friend as well as his doctor. Cullimore's goal to help others continued to guide him as a civil servant. When Dr. Stewart Grow first approached him about running for the city council, Cullimore did not think he was serious. But he did run and was elected in the fall of 1957. In 1959 the council chose him to be mayor. He admitted in an interview that his medical practice was "practically ruined" by his political involvement. He received only $50 per month as mayor, while his office expenses continued. During Cullimore's administration, he had to deal with political controversies that sometimes became quite heated. For example, a sales tax created resentment against Provo from residents in other Utah County communities. A strike by municipal power plant workers influenced some people to consider getting city power from Utah Power and Light. There was tension between BYU and the city government. But probably the most bitter conflict was the movement to repeal the city council-manager charter that had been implemented in January 1956. The "vile things that were said and done" over this issue was what distressed Cullimore the most. He and a city manager received vicious and threatening phone calls. He tried to ignore these personal attacks and act friendly toward political enemies. In spite of such problems during his civic service, he enjoyed his time in office, for he met many wonderful people and had the opportunity to represent the city overseas. While mayor, Cullimore was appointed to the national civic committee of the "People-to-People Program" organized by former President Dwight D. Eisenhower. He was reappointed to the committee in 1962. Cullimore's contributions also included twice being president of the Provo Chamber of Commerce, and serving in the LDS church as a teacher, Sunday School superintendent, bishop's counselor, and stake high councilman. He was a member of Rotary International and was on the board of directors for Utah Technical College in Provo. His wife Odessa was noted for her work in church callings, the Women's Division of the Provo Chamber of Commerce, and the Utah Legislature. For their many years of service, the Cullimores were honored with the Utah-Idaho District Sertoma International Service to Mankind Award for 1977-1978. When Dr. Cullimore died on September 24, 1986 at age 90, Provo lost one of it's most distinguished citizens. He was buried in the Provo City Cemetery. In 1990 his daughter, Mrs. Eugene (Georgia Cullimore) Faux still lived in Provo and his grandson, Gregory Faux, lived at the Cullimore family home at 740 North 300 East. Their children included four daughters and one son: Georgia Cullimore, Karma Jean Cullimore [BYH Class of 1942], Lloyd L. Cullimore [BYH Class of 1946], Kathleen Cullimore [BYH Class of 1948~Honorary], and Anne Cullimore (Decker). [Originally published in David M. Walden, Biographical Sketches of Former Mayors of Provo, Utah: A Report to the Provo Municipal Government, October 1, 1990, 112-115.]

De St. Jeor, Ireta

De St. Jeor, Ireta
San Leandro, California US

Ireta and Leslie A. Wheeler

Class of 1946. Ireta De St. Jeor. [Sometimes her last name is given as "St. Jeor", but in other places it is "De St. Jeor." Her family says that since class seating and assignments were often done alphabetically she and her sisters would use different variations of their last name based on what would place them next to the cutest boys in their classes.] She served as Senior Class Secretary-Treasurer in 1945-1946. She graduated from BYH on May 23, 1946. Source: 1946 BYH Graduation Exercises Program. In the graduation program, her name is spelled: Ireta De St. Jeor. ~ ~ ~ ~ Ireta De St. Jeor was born on September 16, 1927 in Provo, Utah. Her parents were Francis Elmer De St. Jeor and Lavera Ketchum De St. Jeor. Ireta married Leslie A. Wheeler. They lived in San Leandro, California. Ireta Walker died on October 18, 1998. Her interment, Hayward, Alameda County, California.

Dean, Marie
Salt Lake City, Utah US

Marie and Bruce Speakman

Class of 1946. Marie Dean. She graduated from BYH on May 23, 1946. Source: 1946 BYH Graduation Exercises Program. ~ ~ ~ ~ Marie was born on November 13, 1928 at Durango, Colorado. Marie was ten years old when the Charles and Myrtle Dean family moved to Provo. Marie entered the sixth grade at Joaquin School that year. She attended the Farrer Junior, then B.Y High, graduating in 1946. She graduated from BYU in 1951. She and her sister Roberta worked at Sears Roebuck part time to put themselves through college. Her brother Edwin and sister Winifred had helped each other by teaching school. Marie majored in Secretarial Practice and worked as a secretary since graduating (1957). She took 18 months out and fulfilled a mission in the Northwestern States — 1954-55. She worked more than a year at BYU as secretary to President Edwards, then followed him as his secretary in the Church Offices. Marie later married Bruce Speakman on August 8, 1958 in the Salt Lake Temple. They have three daughters and two sons. ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Marie Dean Speakman returned home to her Heavenly Father on Sunday, June 9, 2013, following a long and courageous journey with Alzheimer's. She passed away peacefully, close to family, at Legacy House in Logan, Utah. Funeral services will be held at 1:00 pm on Monday, June 17, 2013, at the Kenwood First Ward Building, 1765 East 3080 South, Salt Lake City, Utah. A viewing will be held Sunday evening, June 16, from 6 pm to 8 pm, at Holbrook Mortuary, 3251 South 2300 East, and again at the Kenwood First Ward Building, 1765 East 3080 South on Monday, June 17, from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm prior to the service. The family gives loving thanks to the compassionate care provided by Encompass Hospice and the staff of the Memory Unit at Legacy House. Marie is survived by five children, Marilyn Titus, Taylorsville, Utah; Debbie (Curt) Ostrander, Smithfield, Utah; Kathy Jensen, Smithfield, Utah; Ken (Patty) Speakman, Star Valley Ranch, Wyoming; and Steven Speakman, Salt Lake City; 15 grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren (with one more on the way). She is also survived by one sister, Roberta (Bob) Peterson, Pleasant Grove, Utah; and two sisters-in-law, Gloria (Shirl) Wright, American Fork, Utah; and Nicholas Speakman, Camarillo, California. Marie was preceded in death by her parents, Charles and Myrtle Dean; her husband, Bruce; one brother, Edwin Dean; two sisters, Mildred Peine and Winifred Banks; and one brother-in-law, Lyman Aird Speakman. Marie was born November 13, 1928, in Durango, Colorado. She was raised in Red Mesa, Colorado, and Provo, Utah. She had many fond memories of her years on the farm in Red Mesa and at Brigham Young High School, where she graduated in 1946, and Brigham Young University in Provo. She served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Northwestern States Mission. Following her missionary service, Marie worked for several years at the LDS Church Office Building as an administrative assistant during the tenure of President David O. McKay. She married her best friend and sweetheart, Bruce Speakman, in the Salt Lake Temple on August 8, 1958. Marie was a beloved full-time mother, raising five children, and then returned to the workforce from 1978-1995 in the accounting department at Murdock Travel. She was devoted to her family and to serving the Lord her entire life. Bruce and Marie raised their family in Kenwood First Ward, Salt Lake City, where Marie continued to live following Bruce's death in 2007. In 2011, she moved to Smithfield, Utah. Marie served faithfully in many church callings, including Primary President and Relief Society President. She also devoted thousands of hours to family history work. From August 1991 - August 1993, Bruce and Marie served as service missionaries in the Utah Salt Lake City Granite Park Mission. At her passing, Marie would ask all those who love her to celebrate her life, rather than mourn her death, by giving Christ-like service to those around them - a pattern Marie exemplified always. Messages for the family can be posted at: [Deseret News, Wednesday, June 12, 2013] Source.

Deschene, Irene Eloise

Irene Deschene

Classes of 1945 & Class of 1946. Irene Eloise Deschene. She graduated from BYH on May 23, 1946. Source: 1946 BYH Graduation Exercises Program. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her photograph appears with the seniors in the 1945 Wildcat yearbook, and also with the graduates listed on the 1946 Graduation Program for BYH. ~ ~ ~ ~

Edmunds, James Perry
185 2nd Ave
Chula Vista, California 91910-1951 US

Jim Edmunds

Class of 1946. James Perry Edmunds. He graduated from BYH on May 23, 1946. Source: 1946 BYH Graduation Exercises Program. He was wounded in action in Korea: Salt Lake Telegram, December 19, 1950

Fifield, Lola Maxine [Fiefield,]

Lola Fifield

Class of 1946. Lola Maxine Fifield [or less likely, Fiefield]. She graduated from BYH on May 23, 1946. Source: 1946 BYH Graduation Exercises Program.

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