Don Carlos Young (1882-1960)

Don Carlos Young Jr., a member of the Salt Lake Luncheon Club of the , died Tuesday morning, December 6, I960, at a Salt Lake hospital.

Brother Young was a prominent Salt Lake . He designed many important church buildings, such as the , in Salt Lake; the Arizona Temple at Mesa, Ariz., and the LDS Chapel at Washington, D.C. Also, he designed the old Federal Bank Building at South Temple and State Streets, besides some of the buildings as well as the layout of the University of Utah campus.

Brother Young was born August 5, 1882, a son of Joseph Don Young and Alice Naoma Dowden Young. He was a grandson of , the great colonizer of the west.

Brother Young had held many important church assignments, such as bishop, high councilman, Temple worker, etc. He was married to Louise T. Hagman, June 12, 1912, in the Salt Lake Temple. He is survived by his widow and five sons and daughters and eleven grandchildren and six brothers and sisters.

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