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Buckley, Jack H., 1930-2000



  • Existence: 1930 - 2000

Biographical History

Jack H. Buckley (1930-2000) was a school teacher in Wyoming, where he spent the majority of him life.

Jack H. Buckley was born to Harry Duke and Marietta N. Buckley. He left them and his home of Wyoming in 1950 to serve a mission in the Central States. After returning from this mission he went to school at the University of Wyoming, studying agricultural education. He taught seminary while in school, and would continue to thrive in the classroom as a teacher throughout his life.

He also contributed to the community by participating in the construction of the Flaming Gorge Dam.

He was married in 1955 to Carol Joy Wiring in the Logan Temple. They had six children together, and would serve together in the Queson City, Philippines mission.

Find A Grave, via WWW, Oct. 14, 2016 (Jack H. Buckley; b. March 18, 1930, SLC; d. November 18, 2000, SLC, Lyman City Cemetery; son of Harry Duke and Marietta N.; Northern States misison, 1950-1952; medical detachment, army corporal; m. 1955, Carol Joy Wirig, Logan; taught seminary while at University of Wyoming, studying agricultural edu.; Queson city, Philippines misison; country commissioner, Daggett; carpenter: Flaming Gorge Dam; rancher; taught school; six children)

UPB files, Oct. 14, 2016 (Central States mission)

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Jack H. Buckley collection of Central States Mission missionary photographs

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 8916
Scope and Contents

Collection contains photographic materials of the Central States Mission. Photographic materials in this collection are on postcard form. Pictures are headshots of the missionaries, detailed with name and home town. Materials range from 1951-1954.

Dates: Majority of material found within 1951-1954