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He also represented the American National Bank, which became the Idaho First National Bank and now West One Bank, for about thirty-five years, as well as the Salmon School District.He is one of the founders of American Land Title Company.Jeanne's son, Kenny, is an active eight year old and enjoys Cub Scouts and his martial arts class. Walker, have moved away from Lemhi County, it will always occupy a special place in their hearts. She attended school at Big Creek, Patterson, and Salmon. The young married couple lived first in Salmon where Tommy worked for the Forest Service and later at Patterson where he mined and ranched.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 1990, Jeanne moved to Irvine, California, where she is associated with a national accounting firm as a manager specializing in health care cost reimbursement. She was confirmed in Woodside, Maryland by Bishop Daniel S. Other organizations she belonged to include a life membership in Hugh Duncan Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star.
She is one of the few women members of Rotary International and was honored as the Bannock County American Business Woman of the Year for 1989-90. Walker and Grace have four grandchildren, Michael and Julie, children of Frederick and Diana, and Wendy and Kenny, who are Jeanne's children. He met Leona Lish one day walking down Patterson Creek Canyon and later at a dance in the schoolhouse he stole her from another suitor.
Julie is also a Lemhi County native and is a graduate student in Bacteriology at the University of Idaho with a goal of entering medical school. They were married January 18, 1940 in Salmon with Wanda and Irman Gott their witnesses.
After graduation, Fred and Diana returned to Salmon where Fred followed in his father's footsteps and entered the practice of law. Annie's ancestors include George Littleton, member of the English House of Lords and Chancellor of the Exchequer.
Diana taught school in Salmon and was active in various civic organizations. It was he who advised William Penn to take land from the Crown and establish Pennsylvania Colony.