Stories of Lehi and other Utah County Veterans

April 01, 2022

These are the stories of Lehi people who have served in the Armed Forces. Many of these stories and biographies were captured by Judy Hansen Shelley. If you have served in the military and are willing to share your story, exciting or not, please contact the Archives at We would like to have something on every Lehi veteran. For a more complete listing of Lehi veteran information held by the Archives, click here to see our online catalog. Choose Veterans Collection under the Popular Topics tab.

Charles W Adams
Sherwin Allred
Frances G Ambrose – KIA
William W Asher – DNB
Earl M Ashton – DNB
Freeman J Barnes
Bernell LaVar Bateman
Dean L Bolles
Jerry Butt
K. Earl Callahan – KIA
Vivian Carter
Spencer Chamberlain
Spencer K Chatfield – DNB
Ebbie Christensen – DNB
David W Christofferson -MIA
Alma Dale Clark – DNB
Rulon Cook
Keith G Davis – KIA
Mack King Davis – POW
Frank W Edwards – DNB
Gary F Evans
Harold Fenn
Gary Harold Findley
Morris O Fox  –  KIA
Eugene Smith Patrick Francom
Merlin Gaisford
Mac S Groesbeck – KIA
Brad J Halliday
Ed Hampton
Jack Hansen
Victor Hansen
Jack Arnold Hawks
John Knollin Haws
Walter I Hayden – KIA
Don U Johnson – DNB
Eldon Paul Johnson
T Lavar Jones
Marlon Kent
Herman Loeffler Jr – DNB
Dean Kirkham
Gene Kirkham
Morris David Kunz
James Lafferre Jr
Rex Larsen
Earl Lelegren
Albert W Mitchell
Karl L Moore
C. David Nash
Glen Nielsen
G. Farren Pace
Donald S Palmer
Louis C Petersen – KIA
Max Petersen
Glenn S Powell – KIA
Paul J Price – DNB
Vernon R Radmall – MIA
James A Ross – KIA
Dennis Schiess
Alvin Schow
Bruce Shelley

Victor Smith – KIA
N Ray Southwick
N. Ray Southwick 2
Eugene Strasburg
Earl L Thomas
Newell Turner
Jack A Wagstaff – KIA
Curtis E Wilde – KIA
Boyd Dave Wilkins
Gene L Wilson – KIA
Alva Ralph Wing


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