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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.His specialties include real estate law, tax law, and mining and minerals law. It would be nearly impossible to live in Lemhi County and not become interested in the outdoors. Walker and Grace were no exception, and succumbed to the lure of the mountains and streams of Lemhi County where Grace would observe wild flowers while C. He also enjoyed fishing in Williams Lake and the Salmon River, with his son, Fred, and later his grandson, Michael.He is widely recognized as an authority on mining law and he became the attorney for Calera Mining Company who developed and operated the Blackbird Mine at Cobalt for many years. He was instrumental in organizing the Idaho Outfitters and Guides Board and served as its attorney for many years. Walker's interest in mining lead to many family outings in the beautiful mountains of Lemhi County, including the Bitterroots.Mackey and Leona Lish Mackey 467 xi for the Army Engineers, returning soon to Patterson to work at the Ima Mine.
A well known fact of life in Salmon was that one could always find C. Bill Hammer, Clay Merritt, Milt Havemann, Larry Mc Givney. Fred went on to study at the University of Idaho, graduating in 1964 with degrees in Business and Law.
Some of those he worked with were Ernest Wornick, Bill Miller, Ralph Dean, and Ray Cole.
Tommy was drafted in 1943 and served in Italy during World War II. He returned to work again at the Ima Mine and live until 1949 in the apartments he had helped build.
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.