Class of 1962 H.S.

Class of 1962 H.S.'s Website

Alphabetical Alumni

Hansen, Judy Ann
1812 Thornton Street
Leavenworth, Kansas 66048 US

Judy and Doug Stephensen
  • Home: (913) 680-1744

Class of 1962. Judy Ann Hansen. Varsity Cheerleader, Dramatics, Seminary Graduate, Poetry Festival, Pep Club, F.H.A. President, Y'd World Yearbook, Girls State Alternate, Homeroom Rep, Homecoming 1st Attendant, Home Economics Service Award. From Springville, daughter of Omar M. Hansen, BYHS Science Teacher. BYU BA Germanic Languages 1970. Married Doug Stephensen, Lt. Col. Alternate address: Douglas Stephensen, 35590 183rd St., Leavenworth, KS 66048-7001 - (913) 680-1744 ~ ~ ~ ~ Douglas G Stephensen, 35590 183rd St, Leavenworth, KS 66048-7001 - (913) 680-1744 - Family: Hans Stephensen, Kristen L Stephensen. @2010

Hartley, Shelia Gay
1272 East 1600 North Apt B
Mapleton, Utah 84664 US

Shelia and Robert Miller
  • Work: (801) 491-3424

Class of 1962. Sheila Gay Hartley. Seminary Graduate, Pep Club, F.H.A. ~ ~ ~ ~ Shelia Gay Hartley married Robert Watson Miller on 5 Sep 1972 in Utah County, Utah. @2007

Henderson, Jan David
1206 N Cottage Drive
PO Box 1387
Midway, Utah 84049 US

Jan and Kerry Henderson
  • Work: (435) 654-1200

Class of 1962. Jan D. Henderson. Basketball, Baseball, Seminary Graduate, Soph Class Social Chair, Junior Class Vice President, Sweethearts King. BYU BS Political Science 1968. Married Kerry Miner. His parents: E. Dean Henderson and Marjorie Burrup Henderson -- they had four sons: Gary Henderson [BYH Class of 1959] (married Karen Knudsen [BYH Class of 1960] ); Jan David Henderson [BYH Class of 1962] (married Kerry Miner); Kim Henderson (married Coralee Maas); and Tad Henderson (married Tamara Kimokeo). @2007

Huish, Robert Hilton (1962)

Huish, Robert Hilton (1962)
317 Dawson Street
Layton, Utah 84041-3678 US

Robert and Dee Ann Huish
  • Work: (801) 544-9394

Class of 1962. Robert H. Hilton. Forensics, Band, Seminary Graduate, Ski Club, Thespians, Model U.N., Y'd World Yearbook. Married Dee Ann Croft, BYH Class of 1962. His parents: Robert Choules Huish and Claire Nell Hilton Huish, married in 1943 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. They had four children: Robert Hilton Huish [BYH Class of 1962] (DeeAnn), of Layton; Chris Huish (Deann), Lee G. Huish [BYH Class of 1970] (Rosemary), and Terry Huish [BYH Class of 1966] (Gary) Campbell, of Orem. @2007 ~ ~ ~ ~ Huish 50th Wedding Anniversary: Robert H. and DeeAnn Croft Huish celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on April 3, 2015 at a special family dinner. Bob & DeeAnn both attended B.Y. High and were later married on April 3, 1965. They were sealed in the Salt Lake Temple on April 3, 1968. They currently reside in Layton, Utah. They have 3 married children: Erin & Eric Muirbrook, Robyn & Curtis Johns, and Tyler & Michelle Huish. They are also the proud grandparents of 12 grandchildren. We are so grateful for their love and their example over the years and look forward to many happy memories to come. We love you Mom & Dad! [Provo Daily Herald, April 05, 2015]

Hullinger, Hal Penrod

Hullinger, Hal Penrod
Virginia Beach, Virginia US

Hal and Ofelia Hullinger

Class of 1962. Hal Hullinger. Forensics, Band, Seminary Graduate, Model U.N. Vice President, Honor Society, Homeroom Rep, Social Studies Service Award. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: HAL P. HULLINGER Hal Penrod Hullinger, 50, of the 4400 block of Chelsea St., died Nov. 4, 1994, in Virginia Beach General Hospital. Mr. Hullinger was born in Provo, Utah. He had retired from Northwest Airlines as a passenger service agent for 25 years. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. He served a full-time mission and was a teacher for many years. He was also employed by Network Travel as a travel agent and was a stamp collector and genealogist. Survivors include his wife, Ofelia A. Hullinger of Virginia Beach; a daughter, Anna Chantel Hullinger of Virginia Beach; three sons, Sean Paul Hullinger and Jaime Eric Hullinger, both of Provo, Utah, and Nicholas Ian Hullinger of Virginia Beach; a sister, Carol Kenner of Oregon City, Ore.; two brothers, Dan J. Hullinger of Farmington, Utah, and Ivan Hullinger of Kearns, Utah; and one granddaughter, Erin Victoria Hullinger of Provo, Utah. The funeral was conducted on Tuesday in Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 2714 Greendale Ave., Norfolk, by Bishop Scott Roberts. Mr. Hullinger was sent to Berg Mortuary in Provo, Utah, for a graveside service held on Thursday, November 10, 1994, in the Provo City Cemetery. [The Virginia-Pilot, Virginia Beach, Virginia, Monday, November 7, 1994.]

Kelly, Marie [Wanda Marie]

Marie Schaerrer

Class of 1962. Marie Kelly. Full name: Wanda Marie Kelly. Chorus, Seminary 4th Year. She married ______ Schaerrer.

Kimball, Lee Martin
5505 West 10080 North
Highland, Utah 84003-9162 US

Lee and Karen Kimball
  • Work: (801) 756-7593

Class of 1962. Lee M. Kimball. Football, Track, Baseball, Seminary Graduate, Y Club, Preferred Man 2nd Attendant. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: C. Rodney Kimball, Sr., and LeNeve Martin Kimball, married in 1934 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They had fourteen children: six daughters and eight sons. ~ ~ ~ ~ BYU BS Sociology 1970. BYU MBA 1972. Lee married Karen. Lee is a Vice President for Marketing in the Pacific Corporation, Orem, Utah 84057 - (801) 226-2600. @2007

Kirkman, James Julian, Jr.
8923 Douglas Circle
Helena, Montana 59602 US

James Kirkman
  • Work: (406) 458-9281

Class of 1962. James J. Kirkman, Jr. Football, Wrestling, Tennis, Forensics, Chorus, Seminary Graduate, Model U.N., Y Club. Ricks College, 1968. His parents: James Julian Kirkman, Sr., and Eloise Kirkman. Their children: Sally Kirkman (Kent) Reimann [BYH Class of 1959]; Janet Eloise Kirkman (Gerald) Hixon [BYH Class of 1961]; James Julian Kirkman, Jr. [BYH Class of 1962]; John (Maria) Kirkman [BYH Class of 1966 Honorary]; and Lee (Susie) Kirkman. @2007

Knudsen, Kristine

Knudsen, Kristine
Orem, Utah US

Kris and Newt Andrus

Class of 1962. Kris Knudsen. Dramatics, Seminary 4th Year, Poetry Festival, Ski Club, Thespians, Model U.N., Y'd World Yearbook, Homeroom Rep, Soph Class Social Chair, Homecoming Queen, J.V. Cheerleader. BYU Family Living 1988. Kristine married Newton W. Andrus, BYH Class of 1960. Parents: Wesley Floyd Knudsen and Fae Burch Knudsen, married February 17, 1937 in Heber City, Utah. Wes and Fae are the parents of six children: Kent B. Knudsen (Charlotte Smith), Boise, Idaho; Karen Knudsen [BYH Class of 1960] (Gary) Henderson, Blue Springs, Missouri; Kristine Knudsen [BYH Class of 1962] (Newt) Andrus, Orem; Karla Fae Knudsen [BYH Class of 1967] (Thomas) Womble, Alpine, Utah; Kurt W. (Rebecca Clark) Knudsen, Provo; and Knute Burch Knudsen of Park City, Utah [1994]. @2010 ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Kristine Knudsen Andrus. 1944-2018. Kristine Knudsen Andrus passed away Sunday, November 11, 2018, surrounded by her family. She died following a battle with cancer. Kris was born in Provo, Utah, January 16, 1944, to Wesley Floyd Knudsen and Fae Burch Knudsen. She was born into a large and supportive family where she learned the traits of kindness and compassion, especially from her mother and grandmother. She was blessed with a naturally cheerful disposition and was always quick to forgive. Kris attended Wasatch Elementary. She graduated from Brigham Young High School in the Class of 1962, where she was a cheerleader and Homecoming Queen, and was on the yearbook staff and ski team. Following high school, Kris studied psychology and family sciences at Brigham Young University. In 1964 Kris married her eternal companion, Newton Warnick Andrus, in the Salt Lake Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Kris and Newt had met in high school and, after marrying, lived in North Carolina, Hawaii, and Pennsylvania while Newt completed his schooling. Their first child, Samuel, was born in 1968. They then moved to Oregon where they had three more children: Scott “Andy,” Amy, and Jonathan. In 1978 they returned to Utah and eventually settled in Orem. Kris served in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints throughout her life. Her callings included stake and ward Young Women’s president, stake Relief Society president at BYU, and other callings in Primary, Scouting, and Relief Society. Kris served as a secretary in the Provo Temple for 5 years and as an ordinance worker in the Provo and Mount Timpanogos Temples for 20 years. In 2003 Newt and Kris served a mission together in Washington, D.C., where they were employment resource specialists. They loved serving and helping the people in the Washington area improve their lives. Kris and Newt also recently served a mission as addiction recovery specialists at BYU. Kris enjoyed volunteering in her community. She served in the PTA while her children were young. She also served at the Timpanogos Storytelling Festival for 20 years. Her favorite things to do were traveling all over the world, gardening, quilting, and walking with her friends. She also loved her grandchildren. She enjoyed attending all of their events and sharing in their accomplishments. Before her death, she expressed disappointment at not being able to be a part of their lives as they grew. She was an excellent hostess and loved family dinners and reunions. She especially enjoyed recent family trips to the Oregon Coast and to Church history sites. Kris is preceded in death by her parents, Wesley Floyd Knudsen and Fae Burch Knudsen, her brother Kent Knudsen and her brother-in-law Tom Womble. She is survived by her husband, Newton Andrus; her children Samuel (Amy) Andrus, Scott “Andy” (Chris) Andrus, Amy (Brooks) Snow, and Jonathan Andrus; and her grandchildren Olivia, Isabel, Caleb, Benjamin, Henry, William, Dylan, Seth, and Phineas Andrus, and Kolby, Bryson, and Claire Snow; her siblings Karen (Gary) Henderson, Karla Womble, Kurt (Rebecca) Knudsen, Knute Knudsen, sister-in-law Charlotte Knudsen, and brother-in-law Joseph (Holly) Andrus; and many nieces and nephews. Kris had a strong testimony of her Savior and the restored gospel of Jesus Christ. She is greatly loved and will be missed by her friends, neighbors, and family. Funeral services will be held Monday, November 19, 2018 at the Sharon Stake Center, 545 South 800 East, Orem, Utah at 11 am. Family and friends may visit, Sunday, November 18, 2018, 5 to 7 pm, at the Sharon Stake Center, and prior to services 9:30 to 10:30 am also at the church. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. Condolences may be shared with the family online at [Provo Daily Herald, November 16, 2018] ~ ~ ~ ~ HER HUSBAND'S OBITUARY: Newton Warnick Andrus passed away April 22, 2020, at the age of 77 due to congestive heart failure. Newt was a man who loved to see and understand the world, loved his family, and lived the gospel of Jesus Christ. Newt was born July 3, 1942, in Provo, Utah, to Albert LaMar and Erma Warnick Andrus. At the time of his birth, his father was serving in the Army in World War II. Newt grew up in Provo and attended Brigham Young Training School, Maeser and Joaquin Elementary Schools, and Farrer Junior High. He was active in the Boy Scouts, earning his Eagle Scout and Silver Explorer awards. Newt attended Provo High School and graduated from Brigham Young High School in the Class of 1960. He played clarinet in the band, played baseball and football, was a student body officer, and attended Boys State. Following graduation from high school in 1960, Newt enrolled at Brigham Young University. Newt served in the Hawaii Mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from 1961 to 1963. His mission instigated in him a lifelong love of the Hawaiian islands and Polynesian culture. He married Kristine Knudsen, his high-school sweetheart, on June 17, 1964, in the Salt Lake Temple. She graduated from BY High School in the Class of 1962. Newt graduated from BYU in 1967 with a bachelor’s degree in geography. Newt and Kris then moved to North Carolina, where Newt graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a Master’s of Regional Planning. During this time, their first child, Samuel, was born. From 1969 to 1978, the family lived in Oregon, where Newt worked as a city and urban planner for the Port of Portland. During their time in Oregon, Newt also served as a bishop, and the rest of their children were born: Scott “Andy,” Amy, and Jonathan. In 1978, the family returned to Provo, where Newt worked with his father-in-law, Wes Knudsen, managing video arcade games, vending machines, and kiddie rides. In 1989, Newt began working at WordPerfect as the purchasing manager and retired in 2003 as Novell’s Vice President of Real Estate and Facilities. Newt served faithfully as a bishop of a family ward and two young single adult wards, a temple worker, a high council member, and a Young Men’s leader. Together Newt and Kris served as employment specialist missionaries in Washington D.C., and as facilitators in the Addiction Recovery Program at BYU. Newt also served a family history service mission and loved doing genealogy. Newt and Kris loved to travel. They took trips all over the world together and enjoyed organizing family trips to Disneyland, Hawaii, the Oregon Coast, Jackson Hole, and Church history sites. Newt loved his family and often expressed his desire that they remain close. He supported them in all their endeavors, taught them correct principles and service through his example, and helped them explore the world. He had a strong and enduring testimony of his Savior, Jesus Christ. He is loved and will be missed. He was preceded in death by his parents, Albert LaMar Andrus and Erma Warnick Andrus, and by his wife, Kristine Knudsen Andrus. He is survived by his brother Joseph (Holly) Andrus; his children Samuel (Amy) Andrus, Scott “Andy” (Christian) Andrus, Amy (Brooks) Snow, and Jonathan; and by his grandchildren Olivia, Isabel, Caleb, Benjamin, Henry, William, Dylan, Phineas, and Seth Andrus, and Kolby, Bryson, and Claire Snow. Due to the current circumstances, there will be a graveside service for immediate family in the Provo City Cemetery on Monday, April 27, 2020, at 11 a.m. A live broadcast of the service may be viewed online at (click the Live Stream link on the homepage). After the service is over, a recording of the service will be available on Newt’s obituary page at the same website. You may also share condolences and memories with the family there. In lieu of flowers, please add stories and photos to Newt’s FamilySearch webpage. Provo Daily Herald, April 25, 2020

Kolander, Charla Ann
Albuquerque, New Mexico US

Charla and Richard Meleski
  • Cell: 505-280-9483

Class of 1962. Charla Ann Kolander. Dramatics, Hi-Steppers, Thespians. Her parents: Charles Morris Kolander and Gloria Joan Dixon Kolander. Charles and Gloria had five children: Frankie Lee (deceased at 3 months), Charla Ann Kolander (Meleski), Morris Weldon Kolander, Linda Louise Kolander (Ealey), and Carole Jean Kolander (Peters). Charla married Richard Payne Meleski. Richard was the University of New Mexico Sports Photographer for 25 years, and the Director of University of New Mexico Photo/Cine Services. We have just published our first children's book: PopTop the Duck which is listed on @July2015 ~ ~ ~ ~ As a student at the University of New Mexico, author Charla Kolander Meleski enjoys her daily walk around the campus duck pond. But one day she notices a female mallard that appears to be in distress while swallowing food. Upon closer examination, Meleski notices a glinting piece of metal that is binding the duck’s tongue to its lower beak. After several days of observation, she finally determines what it is—a pop-top. Aware that the duck’s injury will prove fatal if left untreated, Meleski and her husband, Richard, organize a rescue mission. Recounting the story from the duck’s perspective, PopTop the Duck takes children on an eco-friendly adventure that demonstrates the consequences of littering and the benefits of caring for the environment. Adding an extra layer of education, the book’s epilogue helps parents and teachers answer questions children might have about the story. Illustrated throughout with beautiful photographs by Richard P. Meleski and David Lerwill, kids will enjoy viewing the world through a duck’s eyes and getting to see the real-life PopTop — not to mention her surprise ending!

Larson, Mary Ann
23319 Cedar Way Apt K201
Mountlake Terrace, Washington 98043 US

Mary Ann & Albert Blanchard

Class of 1962. Mary Ann Larson. Chorus, Seminary Graduate. [Yearbook, Larsen and Larson - Larson is pref.] BYU 1966. Married Albert Blanchard. [Alternate Phones: (206) 772-6667 - (360) 273-8259.] @2007

Matson, John William

John Matson

Class of 1962. John William Matson. Football, Track, Ski Club, Seminary Graduate, Dramatics, Forensics. ~ ~ ~ ~ IS THIS? John Matson, 273 W 815 S, Logan, Utah 84321 - (435) 753-1571 ~ ~ ~ ~ OR ~ ~ ~ ~ John Matson, 184 S 580 E, Santaquin, Utah 84655 - (801) 754-0223 ? @2007

McIntosh, Fred Farrell

McIntosh, Fred Farrell
Springville, Utah US

Fred McIntosh

Class of 1962. Fred Farrell McIntosh. Football, Tennis, Seminary Graduate, Honor Society, Y Club, Homeroom Rep, National Mathematics Award, Senior Class Scholarship, BYU Scholarship. ~ ~ ~ ~ Fred Farrell McIntosh was born on February 5, 1944 in Corpus Christi, Texas. His parents were Donald Hyrum McIntosh and Melba Cropper McIntosh. He married Helen M. Gorner [Garner?]. Fred died on July 3, 1973 in Springville, Utah [or Spanish Fork, Utah]. His interment, Provo, Utah.

Mitchell, David Robert (1962)
3342 South 7580 West
West Jordan, Utah 84044 US

David and Donetta Mitchell

Class of 1962. David Mitchell. Dramatics, Chorus, Seminary Graduate, Poetry Festival, Thespians, Newspaper, Y'd World Yearbook. His parents: James Maeser Mitchell [BYH Class of 1938] and Mary Veone "Lucy" Hopkins Mitchell, married in Provo in July of 1940. Together they had five sons: James Edward (Regina) Mitchell [BYH Class of 1959]; William Blair (Lorena) Mitchell [BYH Class of 1960]; David Robert (Donetta) Mitchell [BYH Class of 1962]; Thomas Alan (Donnie) Mitchell [BYH Class of 1966]; and Paul Michael Mitchell [BYH Class of 1966]. Karl G. Maeser was the the great great grandfather of the sons. @2006

Nicholes, Joan Kay
3393 N 750 E
Lehi, Utah 84004 US

Joan and Bart Howell
  • Home: 801-372-9267

Class of 1962. Joan Kay Nicholes. Dramatics, Seminary Graduate, Poetry Festival, Y'd World Yearbook Art Editor, Art Manager, Anna B. Hart Award, Art Service Award, Art Achievement Award, Speech Service Award, USU Art Scholarship. BYU BA Art 1966. Married Bart Howell. Children: John (1969), Rosemary (1970), Catherine (1971), Henry (1973), Scott (1976), Amy (1981). Loved art. Became an art teacher. Taught art at Willowcreek Middle School in Lehi, Utah, in the Alpine School District. @2010

Orchard, David Gene
1200 Wilson Street
Pottstown, Pennsylvania 19464-4454 US

David and Karen Orchard
  • Home: 484-945-0159

Class of 1962. David G. Orchard. Football, Wrestling, Track, Y Club, Seminary Graduate, Chorus. BYU BS Health Sciences 1969. Parents: Clifford Permont Orchard and Reta Elizabeth Burns Orchard. They have nine children -- at least two were BYH graduates: 1) Alvina Fredericks Orchard, b. December 17, 1930, Burley, Idaho; d. May 08, 1946, Carey, Idaho. 2) Cecil Clifford Orchard, b. August 15, 1932, Lewiston, Utah; m. Esther M. T. Spencer, June 05, 1958 3) Theo Ray Orchard, b. September 28, 1934. 4) Beth Anne Orchard, b. October 11, 1939; m. Darwin F. Meikle, November 13, 1959. 5) Alice Marrian Orchard, b. October 10, 1941, Burley, Idaho. BYH Class of 1959. 6) David Gene Orchard, b. February 02, 1944, Burley, Idaho. BYH Class of 1962. He married Ardis Elaine Hodson, who was born June 23, 1946 in Greensburg, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania. She died on October 30, 1984 in Taneytown, Carroll, Maryland. She was buried on November 3, 1984 in Taneytown, Carroll, Maryland. 7) Dallas James Orchard, b. April 22, 1945, Hailey, Idaho. 8) Cleyone Joy Orchard, b. December 14, 1947, Hailey, Idaho. 9) Allen Guy Orchard, b. October 17, 1949. ~ ~ ~ ~ David G. Orchard was Treasurer of the Monocacy Rose Society, Maryland. ~ ~ ~ ~ Don first married Ardis, and second married Karen. @2010

Paxman, John Monroe
Montreal, Canada CA

John Paxman

Class of 1962. John Paxman. Student Body President. Football, Basketball, Track, Forensics, Seminary Graduate, Model U.N., Honor Society, Y Club, Boys State, Homeroom Rep, Outstanding Student Award, Outstanding Athlete Award, Delegate Student Burgesses, BYU Scholarship. BYU BA English 1969. Law degree from the University of Virginia; doctoral studies were at Cambridge University. Second married Petrina Lee-Poy. They have two children, Mathias Paxman and Hannah Paxman. John M. Paxman, JD, University of Virginia. Adjunct Associate Professor. Deputy Director, Population and Reproductive Health Program, Management Sciences for Health, Boston University. -- United Nations:a Reassessment: Sanctions, Peacekeeping, and Humanitarian Assistance By John M. Paxman, Book / 153 Pages / University Press of Virginia / January 1973 / 081390529X. -- Laws and Policies Affecting Adolescent Health, By John M. Paxman, Paperback / World Health Organization / February 1987 / 9241560959. -- World Population Crisis: Policy Implications and the Role of Law Proceedings of the Amer Society of Intl. Law Regional Meetings & the John Bassett, By John M. Paxman, Hardcover / Greenwood Pub Group / June 1980 / 0313226199. -- Law and Planned Parenthood: A Handbook By John M. Paxman. Book / 116 Pages / International Planned Parenthood Federation / January 1980 / 0860890325. John M. Paxman is a renowned expert on issues of international family planning and population. Paxman taught at Harvard University, and was also an adjunct associate professor at Boston University's School of Public Health. He was a director of policy programs for the Pathfinder Fund, a consultant for the International Planned Parenthood Federation in London and a research associate in international law at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. He has done strategic planning for the World Bank, and worked with the World Health Organization, the United Nations Fund for Population Activities, the Pan American Health Organization and the U.S. Agency for International Development. He is concerned about extreme population positions internationally, including examples like Romania where forced childbearing was sanctioned, and China, where a restriction on the number of children born exists. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: Judge Monroe Paxman and Shirley Brockbank Paxman, married 1942. Monroe and Shirley Paxman had the following children: 1) John Monroe Paxman [BYH Class of 1962] was born 25 Dec 1943. 2) Carolyn Paxman [BYH Class of 1963] was born 28 Oct 1945. 3) David Brockbank Paxman was born 31 Dec 1946. 4) Nancy Paxman [BYH Class of 1966~H] was born 25 Jan 1948. 5) Annette Paxman [BYH Class of 1970] was born 16 Jun 1952. 6) Mary Beth Paxman [BYH Class of 1972] was born 1954. 7) Susan Kay Paxman [BYH Class of 1975] was born 1956. ~ ~ ~ ~ John Paxman and his family have moved from Lexington, Massachusetts to Montreal, Canada, in July-August 2006. @2007

Payne, David Emer

Payne, David Emer
Huntsville, Texas US

David and Grettle Payne

Class of 1962. David Payne. Born March 29, 1944, Salt Lake City, Utah. BYH Football, Wrestling, Dramatics, Forensics, Band President, Seminary Graduate, Model U.N., Instrumental Music Service Award, All State Orchestra, BYU Scholarship. BYU BS Sociology 1968. David Emer Payne married Grettle. David is an educator. @2007 ~ ~ ~ ~ David Emer Payne, American University administrator. American Council Education fellow, 1981-1982, Bush Foundation senior fellow, 1982. District commissioner Boy Scouts American; Member Council Fellows American Council Education, American Sociological Association, Chamber of Commerce, Renaissance Group (Executive Board directors), Alliance of Universities for Democracy (Executive Board directors), Rotary, Sigma Xi. ~ ~ ~ ~ HIS OBITUARY: David Emer Payne, beloved husband, father, and grandfather, passed away on June 12, 2020 after a prolonged and valiant battle with cancer. He was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, March 29, 1944 to John W and Sara Harris Payne and spent a happy childhood in Provo, Utah. He graduated from BY High School in the Class of 1962. He then attended Brigham Young University where he earned a B.S. in sociology. He served faithfully as a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the British Mission. He honorably served in the U.S. Coast Guard during the Vietnam War. He earned his Ph.D. in sociology/business administration at the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill. Following his Ph.D. studies he met and married Grettle Haglund on March 16, 1973 in the Provo, Utah Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Together they raised six children. Their home was filled with love, laughter, music, and service. His career as a professor and administrator at several universities concluded with his 14-year tenure as Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Sam Houston State University. While there, he introduced many new programs and innovations and left many friends. During his career, he was recognized as a leader in higher education both locally and around the world. David was a faithful member and lifelong leader in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He served in many callings including Bishop and Stake President. He was known for his loving temperament, his kindness, and his service to others. He lived by the scriptural admonition to “love one another and serve one another” and the Sam Houston State University motto “The measure of a life is its service.” He is survived by his brother William Dennison Payne, his sister Maralin Payne Bennett, his wife Grettle, six children: Sara Elizabeth Anderson (Adam), John David Payne (JaNae), Samuel Harris Payne (Mollie), Daniel Joseph Payne (Christina), James Richard Payne (Regent), David Emer Payne II (Kate), and 26 grandchildren. At a future date, a memorial service will be held in Huntsville, Texas. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the David and Grettle Payne Endowed Music Scholarship at Sam Houston State University ( or to Latter-day Saint Charities which, as modeled by Jesus Christ, seeks “to feed the hungry, give drink to the thirsty, take in the stranger, clothe the naked and visit the sick and afflicted” ( The family would welcome your leaving a favorite memory of David at Source.

Peterson, John Webb
3620 S 4700 W
West Haven, Utah 84401-9600

John Peterson
  • Work: (801) 731-0310

Class of 1962. Football, Wrestling, Dramatics, Forensics, Band, Seminary Graduate, Model U.N., Y Club. Alternate address: 8422 Colonial Drive, Stockton, California 95209-2319 @2005. In 2005 there are 5 John W. Petersons in California, and one in Utah.

Peterson, Mary Ellen

Peterson, Mary Ellen
12481 N. 71st Drive
Peoria, Arizona 85381-9510 US

Mary Ellen & Robert Terry
  • Work: 623-486-1567

Class of 1962. Mary Ellen Peterson. Student Body Secretary. Mary Ellen Peterson. Dramatics, Forensics, Seminary Graduate, Pep Club, Hi-Steppers, Honor Society, Newspaper, Soph Class Secretary, Junior Class Secretary, Utah Savings & Loan Scholarship. BYU 1967. ~ ~ ~ ~ Married Robert L. Terry, BY High Class of 1958. Six children, 13 grandchildren [2005]. Utah resident until 1989. Relocated to Arizona where Joe Clark (BY High Class of 1962) became our bishop. Also live in same ward as Susan Fuhriman Farley (BY High Class of 1964). We get together and talk about the good old days. I am an elementary school secretary, planning to retire in June, 2006. I would love to hear from any of my classmates. [Note: Email sent to is being returned unopened 2007.]

Pierpont, Scott George
2444 Concord Ave
Santa Clara, Utah 84765-5621 US

George Pierpont
  • Work: (435) 986-9078

Class of 1962. Scott George Pierpont. Football, Basketball, Tennis, Y Club, Chorus President, Band, Seminary Graduate, Soph Class Vice President, Vocal Music Service Award. ~ ~ ~ ~ His parents: Clifford Smoot Pierpont and Ida Scott Pierpont. The children of Clifford and Ida Pierpont include: Clifford Scott Pierpont [BYH Class of 1959], Smoot Scott Pierpont [BYH Class of 1960], and Scott George Pierpont [BYH Class of 1962]. @2008

Rawlings, Alan Max
462 South 300 West
Provo, Utah 84601-4310 US

Alan Rawlings
  • Work: 801-375-0904

Class of 1962. Alan Rawlings. Dramatics, Seminary 4th Year, Thespians. Div. x3. His parents: Max C. Rawlings and Eileene Sim Rawlings. Their children: Alan Max Rawlings [BYH Class of 1962], Florida; Brian Dee Rawlings [BYH Class of 1964] (LaDonna Houtz), Riverton, Utah; Teresa Rawlings [BYH Class of 1967] of Provo; and Debi Rawlings of Provo.

Schimmer, David Michael
3959 Willow Creek Lane
Moorpark, California 93021-2810 US

David Schimmer
  • Work: (805) 523-1042

Class of 1962. David Michael Schimmer. Football, Track, Dramatics, Chorus, Band, Seminary Graduate, Kiwanis Scholarship. BYU BS Accounting 1973. MS 1977 another school. Dave is an accounting manager. @2007

Shaw, Merlene
5902 South Cedar Lane
Ogden, Utah 84403-5219 US

Merlene and Lynn Bybee
  • Work: (801) 479-3753

Class of 1962. Merlene Shaw. Seminary Graduate, Pep Club, Hi-Steppers, F.H.A. BYU Accounting Technology 1964. Married Mr. Lynn Bybee. Her Parents: Merlin John Shaw and Mildred Ottley Shaw, married 1937 in Salt Lake City. Their children: Heidi Ann Shaw (Jack) Birch of Murray; Varol Edward Shaw of Provo; Merlene Shaw [BYH Class of 1962] (Lynn) Bybee of South Ogden; David Owen Shaw [BYH Class of 1964] of Orem; George Glade (Lorna) Shaw [BYH Class of 1968] of South Jordan; and Irene Shaw (Don) Casper of Evanston, Wyoming. @2007

Smith, Wilford Emery (1962)
1960 East 4675 South
Salt Lake City, Utah 84117-5140 US

Emery and Pamela Smith
  • Work: (801) 272-7168

Class of 1962. Emery Smith. Full name: Wilford Emery Smith, Jr. Football, Track, Y Club, Seminary Graduate, Commercial Service Award. BYU Hawaii 1964. BYU BS Accounting 1969. Emery married Pamela Packer. Her parents: Thane J. Packer and Palmyra Bean, married September 17, 1937 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They have four children, Thane Garron Packer (Claudia) of Layton; Pamela Packer Smith (Emery) of Salt Lake City; Rand Hugh Packer [BYH Class of 1964] (Shirlee) of Provo and Patricia Packer Keith [BYH Class of 1966] (Lon) of Provo [@1999]. Emery is an accountant/partner at Smith & Anderson CPA, 1558 South 1100 East, Salt Lake City, Utah 84105 - (801) 487-4671. @2007

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