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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.
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.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.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.During their years in Salmon, Fred served several terms as Lemhi County Prosecuting Attorney, as well as practicing law with his father until 1967. Other Littletons came to the colonies as businessmen for the King.