Donnie enjoyed boating, skiing, camping, dancing, attending UT Vols football games and traveling the states and abroad. He enjoyed raising cattle and after retiring in 2006 did so fulltime. He was preceded in death by hismother, Margaret Travis ... (The Herald-News)
She was born on November 21, 1924 in Lake Shore, Utah to Del Vernon Argyle and Nettie Barney. Donna graduated from Spanish Fork High School in May 1943. During World War II, Donna's brother Barney brought a friend home during their November 1943 furlough. (Daily Herald)
Charlotte Kay "Sharlee" Workman, 73, passed away October 9, 2014 at her home. She was born on August 12, 1941 in Salt Lake City, Utah to John and Dorothy Louise (Saderup) Ambrose. She married Thomas Karl Workman on October 2, 1959 in Salt Lake City ... (Ogden Standard-Examiner)
He is survived by his children, Mike and Laura Mallory of La Grande, Oregon, Dwayne and Lauri Huxoll of Hermiston, Oregon, and Louis Haynes and Mila Pallares of Vernal, Utah, and his sister Louene Landry of Hermiston, Oregon. In addition to his children he ... (East Oregonian)
Mr. Clark introduced the sign — the index and pinky fingers extended and the two middle fingers tucked under the thumb — at a pep rally before a UT-TCU game in 1955. It quickly caught on and has become a universal symbol for the school and its athletic ... (Star Telegram)
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