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Ehman, Deanna Earl, 1941-



  • Existence: 1941-

biographical statement

UPB files, 2012 (Deanna Ehman is a member of the board of the Friends of the Harold B. Lee Library; Deanna Earl was born in Provo, Utah in 1941; moved to the Naval Base in San Diego, California but kept close ties with family in Provo, Utah (Williams Music Company) and South Weber, Utah (Earl family dairy farm); attended school in Westchester, California; baptized as a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; ancestry is filled with people who immigrated to the United States from England and Denmark to join this church; went to San Gabriel High School in 1950; attended Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, majoring in Psychology and English and minoring in "Cougarettes and Song Leading"; married Dean Mackintosh from Minidoka, Idaho in 1964 and moved to North Wittier, California; Dean worked for Hunsman Container Corp; had three children, Derik, Scot, and Kristen, before they later divorced; married Marty Ehman and had two children, Becky and Marty, Jr; Marty's employer, Campbell Soup Company, transferred him to the District Office in Salt Lake City; Deanna returned to Utah, where she lives to this day)

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Everyone has a library story

 File — Folder 1: [Barcode: 31197233626982]
Identifier: MSS 8063
Scope and Contents

Contains a story by Deanna Earl Ehman about her parents meeting, courtship, and marriage, and the role of the Brigham Young University Library in their story. Also includes photographs and email correspondence regarding the library story.

Dates: 2012