Mark Duane McGregor
- GIVN: Mark Duane
- SURN: McGregor
- Sex: M
- Born: 1 Feb 1936 in Grace, Bannock, Idaho, United States
- Died: 4 Apr 1990 in Coeur D'alene, Kootenai, Idaho, United States
- Buried: 7 Apr 1990 in Missoula, Missoula, Montana, United States1
- _UID: AF03C7664A1D4453B68C5466125EFE40878F
- Record last updated: 30 Nov 2013
- TIME: 11:39
!Mark McGregor attended Weber High School and Weber College in Ogden, Utah. He received his Bachelor's and Master's Degree from Utah State Univ., in Logan, Utah. He was active in the scouting program and received the Eagle Scout Award. He enlisted and was active in the Army R.O.T.C. for 6 years. Mark worked for the U.S. forestry Service for 29 years as a Forest Entomologist and retired in February of 1986. At this time he was employed as the U.S. Representative for Phero Tech Inc., located in Vancouver British Columbia and was employed by this company at the time of his death.
He authored over 300 articles that were published in national magazines and also authored severals books. He participated in workshops throughout Canada and parts of the United States. He received a national outstanding service award from the Forest Service in Washington D.C. He was in The Missoula Reserve Deputy Unit since 1977. He was an active member in the LDS Church and had served as home teacher, Gospel Doctrine instructor, stake missionary, member of the Missoula Stake High Council, and was currently serving as President of the Sunday School.
From his Obituary in the Standard- Examiner, Tuesday April 10 1990.
Father: Youngs Curtis McGregor, b. 20 Sep 1910 in Mound Valley, Bannock, Idaho, United States
Mother: Irene Cooper, b. 20 Oct 1916 in Grace, Bannock, Idaho, United States
Family 1: Janice Jenson
- Scott Cooper McGregor
- Lisa Alice McGregor
- ABBR Whiting
Publication: compiled by Whiting family
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