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Roy H. and Florence B. Gappmayer House
(95 East 1200 South)


Roy H. and Florence B. Gappmayer House

The Roy H. and Florence Gappmayer house is a brick English Tudor-style house on a raised concrete foundation. Built ca.1935 by Gappmayer, the house sits next to a garage/cellar, built ca.1927, which was used as the primary residence before the later building was constructed. At one time surrounded by farmland and orchards, most of the area has now been commercially or residentially developed. Roy Gappmayer’s family moved to the Provo Bench at the turn of the century and became prominent fruit growers. Gappmayer was known throughout his life not only for his fine horticultural skills and fruit growing, but for his community involvement and service.