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Glade S. Bigler

Glade S. Bigler, American lawyer. Bar: Utah 1956, United States District Court Utah 1956, United States Court Appeals (10th circuit) 1956, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1970. Fellow: American College Legal Medicine; member: Federal Bar Association (president 1964-1965), Reserve Officers Association (president Salt Lake chapter 1978-1979).

Background

  • Bigler, Glade S. was born on April 21, 1928 in Brigham City, Utah, United States. Son of Horace J. and Marie (Schow) Bigler.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Zoology, University Utah, 1950. Juris Doctor, University Utah, 1956.

    Career

    • Insurance adjuster Travelers Insurance Company, 1956—1958. General attorney VA, Salt Lake City, 1958—1960, loan guaranty attorney, 1960—1968, district counsel, 1974—1998, retired, 1998. Administrative law judge, 1971—1974.

      Counsel, 1974—1995; retired, 1995. Lecturer in field; president National Federation Federal Employees Local 990, 1961—1962. With United States Navy, 1950-1953, with United States Naval Reserve, 1953-1981.

    Major achievements

    • Bar: Utah 1956, United States District Court Utah 1956, United States Court Appeals (10th circuit) 1956, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1970.

    Views

    Revelation is a continuing process through which God communicate with people. Therefore, the Head of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is a Prophet of God, the same as Apostles of Jesus Christ.

    Membership

    Fellow: American College Legal Medicine. Member: Federal Bar Association (president 1964-1965), Reserve Officers Association (president Salt Lake chapter 1978-1979).

    Connections

    • Married Lois A. Bigler, September 4, 1951. Children: Cathy, Nadine, Elaine, Thad, Pat.
    • father: Horace J. Bigler
    • mother: Marie (Schow) Bigler
    • spouse: Lois A. Bigler
    • children: Cathy Bigler
    • Nadine Bigler
    • Elaine Bigler
    • Thad Bigler
    • Pat Bigler
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