Class of 1970~10~Honorary



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Dixon, Kenneth C.
6316 Crosswood Avenue
Las Vegas, Nevada 89108 US

Kenneth Dixon
  • Work: (702) 645-9405

Class of 1970. Kenneth C. Dixon. BYU BS Geography 1978.

Dixon, Paul B. (1970)
603 North 5th Street
Lafayette, Indiana 47901 US

Paul Dixon
  • Work: (765) 420-0544

Class of 1970. Paul B. Dixon. BYU BA Communications 1976.

Duerden, David S.
1235 E. 2000 N.
Provo, UT 84604 US

David Duerden
  • Cell: 208-313-0676
  • Home: 801-373-5912

Class of 1970. David Duerden. BYU BS Child Development and Family Relations 1977. BYU MS Child Development and Family Relations 1982. Doctoral Work at Purdue(ABD). Has taught at BYU Provo (as grad student), BYU Hawaii as Admin Director of Child Labs and Dept of Home & Family. Married with 4 sons and 1 granddaughter at this writing (2007).

Egbert, Kristen
3255 Malaga-Alcoa Highway
Malaga, Washington 98828-9789 US

Kristen and Ron Bates
  • Work: (509) 665-0330

Class of 1970. Kristen Egbert. Ricks College [BYUI] Social Studies Education 1971. Married Ronald Bates. Her parents: Dr. Robert L. Egbert and Gretchen Johnson Egbert, married 1945 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They had nine children: Stephen L. (Kathryn) Egbert [BYH Class of 1965], Lawrence, Kansas; Timothy P. Egbert [BYH Class of 1966], Salt Lake City, Utah; Robert J. (Sherie) Egbert, LaVista, Nebraska; Matthew K. (Heather) Egbert, Omaha, Nebraska; Linda G. Egbert [BYH Class of 1970] (Wendell) Gubler, Santa Clara, Utah; Kristin K. Egbert [BYH Class of 1971] (Ronald) Bates, Malaga, Washington; Sandra J. Egbert (John) Clark, Orem, Utah; Rebecca J. Egbert (Scott) Hinckley, Omaha, Nebraska; and Barbara G. Egbert (Kyle) Hettinger, Phoenix, Arizona [2001].

Fisher, Jeffrey T.
2985 Foothill Drive
Provo, Utah 84604 US

Jeffrey and Donnette Fisher
  • Work: (801) 375-6720

Class of 1970. Jeffrey Fisher. BYU BA Business 1977. Married Donnette. His parents: Grant A. Fisher and Elayne Taylor Fisher, married on April 3, 1945 in Salt Lake City, of Provo, Utah. They had three children: Terri Fisher [BYH Class of 1968] (Lawrence Jeremy "Larry") Jensen of Salt Lake; Jeffrey T. Fisher [BYH Class of 1970] (Donnette) of Provo; and Kathy Fisher (Paul) Duncan of Rupert, Idaho [2001].

Fugal, Pamela

Pamela Fugal

Class of 1970. Pamela Fugal.

Gamett, Daryl C.
766 South 900 East
Orem, Utah 84097 US

Daryl and Kaye Gamett

Class of 1970. Daryl Gamett. BYU BS Biology and Agriculture 1977. Married Kaye Ipson. Parents: LaVell C. Gamett [teacher at BYH] and Fay Taylor Gamett, of Provo. They have four children, two sons and two daughters: Carolyn Gamett (Roy) Jackson [BYH Class of 1954), Spanish Fork; Joe T. (LeAnn) Gamett (BYH Class of 1957), Las Vegas, Nev.; Joyce Gamett (Stephen) Heaps [BYH Class of 1966], Salt Lake City; and Daryl C. (Kaye) Gammett [BYH Class of 1970], Orem.

Gardiner, Julie Dean
Roy, Utah 84067 US

Julie Gardiner
  • Work: (801) 985-1229

Class of 1970. Julie Gardiner. Her parents: J. Max Gardiner and Mildred Jean (Monie) Bonnett. Their children included three daughters: Lora Jean (Jeanie) Gardiner [BYH Class of 1965] Campbell, Provo; Julie Dean Gardiner [BYH Class of 1970], Layton; and Shari C. Gardiner [BYH Class of 1972] Holweg (Timothy) @2005

Green, Bruce

Bruce Green

Class of 1970. Bruce Green.

Grow, Linda Jane
PO Box 57
Huntsville, Utah 84317 US

Linda and Jeffry Burton
  • Cell: 801.791.4215

Class of 1970. Linda Grow. Linda married Jeffry R. Burton in 1975. They have six children: Lacy Jane, Spencer, Matthew, Brigham, Christopher, and Savanna. They have 10 grandchildren also. Graduated with a BA from USU in 1974, received RN from BYU in 1975, certified in Early Childhood Special Education in 2006. Linda is currently teaching Special Education preschool in the Weber School District. ~ ~ ~ ~ Linda's parents: David Spencer Grow and Arta Hazel Lind Grow, married 1936 in Salt Lake City. Both are deceased. Seven children of David Spencer and Arta Hazel Grow: sons, David Spencer Grow [BYH Class of 1957], Steven Lind Grow [BYH Class of 1962], both of Provo; daughters, Gina Grow Nelson [BYH Class of 1964], San Luis Obispo, Calif.; Linda Grow Burton [BYH Class of 1970], Huntsville, Utah. Deceased children: Gordon Henry Grow [died June 10, 1963, BYH Class of 1966]; two daughters, DeeAnn Hazel Grow, and Karen Fae Grow Tuomisto. ~ ~ ~ ~ Alternate address: 7401 East 500 North, Huntsville, Utah. @2010

Gunn, Jeremy [Thomas Jeremy]
International Studies
Al Akhawayn University
53000 Ifrane, MA

Jeremy Gunn
  • Work: +212 (0) 535 86 24 74
  • Fax: +212 (0) 535 86 29 77

Class of 1970. Thomas Jeremy "Jeremy" Gunn. BYU BA Humanities 1974. M.A. University of Chicago. J.D. Boston University, Ph.D. Harvard University. ~ ~ ~ ~ Currently Associate Professor of International Relations at Al Akhawayn University in Morocco. Married to a charming Moroccan woman and having an interesting and rewarding life. @2012 ~ ~ ~ ~ JULY 14, 2005, NEW YORK: NEW YORK -- The American Civil Liberties Union today announced that Dr. Jeremy Gunn has joined its national staff as Director of the ACLU's new Program on Freedom of Religion and Belief. Dr. Gunn comes to the ACLU from Emory Law School in Atlanta where for the past five years he was a Senior Fellow for Religion and Human Rights and a Senior Associate at the Washington-based Institute for Global Engagement. He is a member of the Panel of Experts on Freedom of Religion and Belief of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, working on behalf of evangelical Christians and other religious minorities. Before his work in Atlanta, Dr. Gunn was Director of Research at the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom. He has also served as a Senior Advisor for the U.S. Ambassador for International Religious Freedom at the Department of State and as a Senior Fellow at the U.S. Institute for Peace. Dr. Gunn spent four years at the JFK Assassination Records Review Board as General Counsel and Executive Director. "Religious freedom is an essential element of our democracy -- indeed it is the very reason America is the most religiously diverse nation in the world," said Dr. Gunn. "The two critical components of religion are the free exercise and the establishment clauses in the First Amendment of the Constitution and neither should be overlooked. The ACLU has been at the forefront in defending our religious freedom, and I look forward to engaging in the ongoing debate about the need for government neutrality in matters of religious opinion." Dr. Gunn received his Ph.D. in Religion and Society from Harvard University in 1991, and he holds a J.D. from Boston University, where he graduated magna cum laude in 1987. He earned his M.A. in Humanities at the University of Chicago and his B.A. in International Relations and Humanities at Brigham Young University, where he received high honors with distinction. ~ ~ ~ ~ See also Institute for Global Engagement ~ ~ ~ ~ Dr. T. Jeremy Gunn, Associate Professor, International Studies, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Al Akhawayn University, 53000 Ifrane, Morocco - +212 (0) 535 86 24 74 - +212 (0) 535 86 29 77 (fax) J.Gunn@aui.ma - http://www.aui.ma - @2012

Harmon, Bryant A.
1404 West Center
Orem, Utah 84057 US

Bryant Harmon

Class of 1970. Bryant A. Harmon. BYU 1977.

Harmon, Linda

Linda Harmon

Class of 1970. Linda Harmon. Her parents, C. J. (Bud) Harmon [BYH Class of 1941], and Ruth Ann Ercanbrack Harmon. They had five children: Mr. Brant Harmon [BYH Class of 1967] (Lara); Ms. Linda Harmon [BYH Class of 1970]; Mr. Mark Harmon [BYH Class of 1971] (Robin); Mr. Hal Harmon (Janine); and Mrs. Gina Harmon Jensen (Larry). @2006

Hatch, Jerilyn M.
108 Brushwood Court SE
Salem, Oregon 97301 US

Jeri Hatch

Class of 1970. Jeri Hatch (female). BYU 1978. BYU-Idaho AAS 1979.

Hofheins, Bryan L.
1612 Prospect Lane
Alpine, Utah 84004 US

Bryan and Arden Hofheins
  • Cell: 801-310-6891

Class of 1970. Bryan L. Hofheins. I participated in the band program and was kicked out by Mr. Eugene Stoddard in the 9th grade. I was pinned in wrestling by Marcus Darais in gym in 10th grade. After BYH, I served a mission to Germany then attended BYU for 4 years (University Studies). I even made the honor roll a couple of times, but earned no degree before going 'on the road' with the Osmonds. I co-founded Non Stop Music after working 8 years as a studio musician in Utah and LA playing trombone on the 'little bit rock 'n roll' side with Donny and Marie, etc. I married my sweetheart, Arden Meierstein, and we have 7 awesome children and 8 beautiful grand children. Loved my time at BYH! I won an Emmy for producing 'All My Rowdy Friends - ABC Monday Night Football Theme with Hank Williams'. (My wife made me put this in here.) ~ ~ ~ ~ My parents: Cloyd C. Hofheins, M.D., and Lucile Joan Lloyd Hofheins. Cloyd and Lucile had ten children: seven sons, Steven Hofheins [BYH Class of 1966], Bryan Hofheins [BYH Class of 1970], Timothy Hofheins [BYH Class of 1974], Leonard Hofheins, Gordon Hofheins, Clarence Hofheins, and Nathan Hofheins; and three daughters, Christine Hofheins Donaldson, Carolyn Hofheins Howard, and Lucile Hofheins Andersen. Go Wildcats!! @2007

Holtkamp, Lorraine
PO Box 786
Idaho City, Idaho 83631 US

Lorraine and Chuck Braun
  • Work: (208) 392-4500

Class of 1970. Lorraine Holtkamp. BYU-Hawaii Music 1971. High School Teacher, Music. Married, div, married Chuck Braun, eight children. They live in Idaho City, Idaho. Two good addresses: (1) 5 Gold Hill Circle, Idaho City, ID 83631 - (208) 392-4500 (2) 24 Buena Vista Rd, Idaho City, ID 83631 - (208) 392-4500.

Howell, Peggy Lynne
51 Noah Lane
Tolland, CT 06084 US

Peggy J. and David Webbe
  • Work: 860.871.8035

Class of 1970. Peggy Lynne Howell. Peggy attended BYH through Ninth Grade, and then transferred to Provo High School. She was a dedicated musician through high school and her 4 years at BYU, and is still playing the flute in musical groups. She received a BA from BYU in history, focusing on U.S. and Mormon history. After receiving an MSW from the U of U, she practiced as a social worker. Later, Peggy attended law school and was awarded a JD and LLM from the Univ. of Connecticut, and has been a practicing attorney ever since. She is an avid traveler, has two wonderful children, Michael and Rebecca, and lives in Tolland, Connecticut with her husband, David, and her pets, books and gardens. @2009

Huish, Lee G.
865 South 325 West
Orem, Utah 84058 US

Lee and Rosemary Huish
  • Work: (801) 223-9755

Class of 1970. Lee G. Huish. BYU BS Psychology 1981. Married Rosemary. 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.

Jenkins, Jerelyn
7830 South Camino-Mirlo
Tucson, Arizona 85747 US

Jerelyn and Jonathan Gardner
  • Work: (520) 647-7353

Class of 1970. Jerelyn Jenkins. BYU BA Theatre and Cinematic Arts & Teaching Certificate 1976. Married Jonathan H. Gardner, BYU BS Political Science 1978; BYU MPA Institute of Public Management 1960.

Johnson, Darla Ann

Darla Johnson

Class of 1970. Darla Ann Johnson.

Johnson, Robert Lee

Robert Johnson

Class of 1970. Robert Lee Johnson. ~ ~ ~ ~ PUDGE. Our second child, and first son, was a dark-haired beautiful baby. He was born at the Utah Valley Hospital in Provo, Utah on August 2, 1951. Dr. Riley G. Clark was our attending physician and the baby was born at 6 p.m. in the afternoon. The baby was born two weeks before his scheduled arrival, but he was completely developed and considered a full term baby. The child was beautiful and sweet and great love came with him from heaven. We really treasured this new baby and we named the little fellow Robert Lee Johnson. Robert, after his father, Robert B. Johnson, and Lee, taken from the name of my father, Milton Lee Taft. Grandma, Olive Ethel Lyman Taft, took the name Lee from the southern general, Robert E. Lee. Olive Ethel felt that if you named a child after a great person the name sake would live up to and be worthy of the outstanding leader’s name. Robert was also welcomed and loved by his two-year-old sister, Tafta Johnson. Robert was a handsome child with round cheeks and a solid strong body frame. He grew and thrived and filled out. His legs and hands were chubby and cute. He had a wrinkle across the thigh of his legs. There were dimples across the knuckles of his hands and he had a crease around his wrist. He was such a fun happy young person. My older sister, Aunt Cula Taft Ekker, with much love and caring, nick-named Robert, Pudge. The nick-name stuck for many in my family and Aunt Cula still refers to Robert as Pudge even though he is married and has a family of his own. As a young child, Robert smiled often and was warm and content. He was not a cross baby and he did not suffer from colic. The baby started to sleep through the night when he was about a month old. I nursed him and I must have had rich milk because he was so content and happy. He was fun to love and care for. I made a curl on the top of his head when I bathed him. His hair had a tendency to curl and so the soft round roll of hair held this shape all day. He truly was a beautiful child. I have to laugh when I remember feeding baby Robert solid food. He began to cry when he awakened from his mid-day nap because he was hungry. I watched the time rather closely and near the time of his awakening, I had two bowls full of food, one of vegetable and the other full of ground home canned fruit. The food was already and waiting. I was quick and expeditious in putting spoonfuls of food into his mouth because he cried between spoonfuls. I guess he did not know there would be another mouthful of food coming. At this stage in our married life we lived in an apartment on 5th West and 359 South, Provo, Utah. Harold Sowards was the owner of the duplex. We lived in the north apartment and Uncle Harold, as we began to call him, lived in the south apartment. He was an older man who was very crippled from the ravaging effects of arthritis. He walked with a cane and was very bent over. He loved our children as much as they loved him. One day he said to me, “I don’t think I could love my own children any more than I love these children.” Uncle Harold was a wonderful person in our lives and us in his. He spent a lot of time with our family, especially our two children, Tafta and baby Robert. The door between our two apartments was often left open and the children went back and forth between the two homes. The baby crawled into Uncle Harold’s house. It was not unusual to find Harold sitting in his big arm chair with the baby on his lap and little Tafta cuddled into the front corner of the seat. They would be reading a book. Uncle Harold provided the voice and the children the ears to listen and ask questions. All enjoyed the process very much. A while before Christmas Harold remarked, “My, I hope we get some new literature to read for Christmas.” And, I can report that the children did receive quite a bit new reading material, in fact several new books. Robert decided to learn to walk when he was ten months old. It was summer time and warm and lovely outdoors. He practiced walking holding onto Uncle Harold’s cane in one hand and onto Uncles’ other free hand with his chubby little fist. It must be noted that children had to learn to walk in high top shoes at that season of time. And, so of course we followed the edict of the medical people right down to high top red leather shoes. Learning to walk in bare feet would have been a developmental disaster for the baby. Robert matured and grew into a fine young man. He attended Brigham Young High School in Provo, Utah where he played on the football team. He moved to Provo High School when the B. Y. High School closed during his Sophomore year in school. He was captain on the Provo High Football Team. He also participated in the wrestling program at Provo High School. He was on the Varsity Wrestling Team with Joe Martinez as the coach. The wrestling team took State his senior year. In addition, he joined the R. O. T. C. program and he graduated with very good grades. Robert filled a full time two year L. D. S. Mission to Germany for our church. He was a fine missionary and was District Leader while in Germany. He attended Brigham Young University after graduating from Provo High School and was a member of the R. O. T. C in college. After four years of college, he completed the field of Civil Engineering courses and graduated from college. He was also commissioned an officer in the U. S. Army the same day that he graduated. Words are not adequate to express the pride and appreciation his father and I feel for this choice fine son. I hope we can live exemplary lives and be worthy parents to such a fine out standing son. We are thankful the Lord sent Robert to our house to live. P. S. Aunt Cula is eighty two years as of this date (March 2007) and she still calls Robert, Pudge. Posted by Grandma Johnson at 2:45 PM Saturday, March 10, 2007 Source.

Keele, Patti

Patti Keele

Class of 1970. Patti Keele.

Kimball, Joylene
11 Bountiful Dr
Fairview Heights, Illinois 62208-2401 US

Joylene and Don English
  • Work: (618) 397-6539

Class of 1970. Joylene Kimball. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her 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. ~ ~ ~ ~ Joylene married Don English. @2007

Lambert, Janine
9427 Kimbrough Court
Stockton, California 95209 US

Janine and Eric Nelson
  • Work: 209-957-5374

Class of 1970. Janine Lambert. BYU MA Physical Education 1974. BYU MA Physical Education 1976. Janine married Jon Eric Nelson in 1975 and they have four children: Marianne Nelson Gary (Provo, Utah), Ryan Andrew Nelson (Provo, Utah), and Jeff and Scott Nelson (Stockton, California), and two granddaughters -- Myka and Haily Jane Gary. Janine continued to dance for a long time, taught dance at the University of the Pacific (UOP), and has directed several church youth performances and other activities. She and Eric have been actively engaged with their family, church and civic commitments throughout their married lives. ~ ~ ~ ~ Her parents: Carlyle Ballif "C. B." Lambert and Carol Bement Lambert. They had six children: John Carlyle Lambert [BYH Class of 1959] (Heather Paterson), Monroe Township, New Jersey; Carolann Lambert [BYH Class of 1960] (Robert) Eastmond, Las Vegas, Nevada; Melodee Lambert [BYH Class of 1965], Salt Lake City, Utah; Brian Ballif Lambert [BYH Class of 1968] (Becky), Mapleton, Utah; Janine Lambert [BYH Class of 1970] (Eric) Nelson, Stockton, California; and Lisa Lambert, Provo, Utah. @2016

Larsen, Annette (1970)

Larsen, Annette (1970)
Provo, Utah US

Annette Larsen

Class of 1970. Annette Larsen. Her parents are Richard Lewis Larsen and Lois Larsen. Richard and Lois had five children: Sanrolane "Sandy" Larsen [BYH Class of 1965~H) Richards; Annette Larsen [BYH Class of 1970]; Richard Joseph Larsen [BYH Class of 1971]; Shauna Larsen [BYH Class of 1973] VanWagoner; Lewis Franklin Larsen [BYH Class of 1974]; and Gregory Knowlton Larsen [BYH Class of 1976]. Annette graduated from BYU in 1974 in Business Management and graduated from the BYU School of Management with a Masters of Business Administration in 1978. She recently moved from Boston to Provo, Utah. @2006 ~ ~ ~ ~ HER OBITUARY: Annette Larsen, 1951 ~ 2013. Our beloved Annette Larsen, daughter of Richard Lewis and Lois F. Larsen, passed away peacefully at Utah Valley Regional Medical Center on Thursday, March 7, 2013. Annette was born on October 7, 1951, in Provo, Utah. She is survived by her mother, and sisters Sanrolane (Malcolm) Richards, Shauna (Ken) Van Wagoner and brothers Richard (Maureen), Lewis (Stephanie), and Gregory (Katherine) as well as numerous nieces and nephews. She attended school at Brigham Young Elementary/Jr. High, Provo High School and Brigham Young University where she earned an MBA. She was the owner of Beacon Financial Associates, and CEO of the Boston School of Modern Languages in Massachusetts. As an active member of the LDS Church, Annette held numerous callings including serving as Relief Society President twice, and her passion was family history. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m., Saturday, March 16, 2013 at the Pleasant View 1st Ward Chapel, 650 East Stadium Avenue, Provo, Utah. Guests will be received Saturday at the church from 9:00-10:30 a.m. prior to services. Interment will be in the Provo City Cemetery. Condolences may be emailed to info@bergmortuary.com [Provo Daily Herald, March 13, 2013]

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