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Urologist

Evan Morgan Kackley, American urologist. Achievments include research in carcinoma of the prostate; development of Caulk-Kackley transurethral resectoscope, 1934; originator of new concept in establishment of natural wildlife refuges; established wildlife refuge Grays Lake, Idaho.

Background

Kackley, Evan Morgan was born on March 30, 1906 in Soda Springs, Idaho, United States. Son of Ellis and Eda (Sarver) Kackley.

Education

Bachelor of Science with distinction, Stanford University, 1927. Doctor of Medicine, Harvard University, 1930.

Career

Intern Los Angeles County Hospital, 1930—1931. Preceptorship in urology Washington University Medical School, St. Louis, 1933—1935. Practice medicine specializing in urology Soda Springs, 1933—1941.

Superintendent Caribou County Hospital, 1935—1937. Director Phillip-Daucker Manufacturing Company, Astoria, Oregon, Caribou Water Development Company, Soda Springs. Commander United States Naval Reserve, 1942-1945.

Achievements

  • Achievments include research in carcinoma of the prostate. Development of Caulk-Kackley transurethral resectoscope, 1934. Originator of new concept in establishment of natural wildlife refuges.

    Established wildlife refuge Grays Lake, Idaho.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor: articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member Idaho Board Medical Examiners, 1937-1939. Member Idaho Senate, Bear River Interstate Compact Commission, 1965-1967, Idaho Water Resource Board, 1967-1969. Member of Arid Club (Boise, Idaho), Phi Beta Kappa.

Connections

Married Lois Louise Lynch, October 2, 1940. Children: Ellis N., Alvin E.

father:
Ellis Kackley

mother:
Eda (Sarver) Kackley

spouse:
Lois Louise Lynch

child:
Ellis N. Kackley

child:
Alvin E. Kackley