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The Salmon Museum features photos of him during this era. at the Achord ranch, until the time of her marriage. In later years, Cecile was employed as a cook at the Steele Memorial Hospital. He attended the University of California at Berkley for a short time before enrolling at the University of Idaho at Moscow, where he graduated from the College of Law in 1934.
In later years, he was employed by the Federal Taylor Grazing Service, as a foreman for the Civil Conservation Corps around Salmon. Cecile and Jack met while he was working on a surveying crew for a roadway, which is now Hwy 93. She was on a trip to visit her daughter, "Tommy" in California in 1958 when she suffered a fatal heart attack. He and Grace were married in 1937 in Pocatello and made their home in Salmon where he practiced law during the depression.
They treasure their association with the fine people and many friends of Lemhi County and are proud of its heritage. In 1941 Tommy went to the Oregon coast and worked Tommy G.
In 1943, Jack died of a heart attack, while on a road construction job for the Federal Government., during World War II. Previously, he opened a practice in Arco, Idaho, where he lived for a short time before moving to Salmon in 1935. Walker joined Judge Padgham in his law practice and, upon the Judge's retirement, took over the practice.
During their years in Salmon, interest dearest to Grace's heart was the nurturing and support of her husband and children.
He left Garrett to practice law in Pocatello for several years and was appointed as Clerk of the Idaho Supreme Court and Court of Appeals in 1982. On her father's side, from the University of Edinburgh, was a Mc Callum Presbyterian minister who migrated to America very early. He was an active member of the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer and at one time sang in the choir.
Fred and Diana maintain homes in Boise and Pocatello where Diana is presently an agent for Farm Bureau Insurance and very active in many civic organizations. Annie has loved Idaho in general, and Salmon in particular, for over forty years. — Jean Marchand Thomas Leona Lish Mackey Thomas George Mackey was born January 15,1919 in Salmon, Idaho, the son of Thomas Jesse and Evelyn (Eva) Smith Mackey. His father worked at Patterson, Idaho and Tommy spent a lot of his summertime visiting there and working off and on at the mine and the local ranches.