Here's a picture I found taken sometime in the late 1930s in Arkansas of Ides Avery Nuckles standing with his children and grandchildren.
From left to right, Deleta Williams, State Senator Harold Caskey, President Bill Clinton and Representative Ike Skelton.
retired, got appointed to boards:
Board of Directors, UMB Bank, 1986-present
Past President, 4th District Women's Democratic Club
Experience, American Association of University Women
Experience, Business & Professional Women's Clubs
Chair, Constructive Alternatives Committee, Citizens for a Drug-Free Environment, Incorporated
Experience, District III AAA Advisory Board
Experience, Farm Bureau
Past President, Johnson County Women's Democratic Club
Experience, Missouri Mental Health Consumer Network
Experience, National Organization of Women Legislators
Experience, Phi Kappa Phi
Congregational Secretary, RLDS Church
Experience, Rotary Club
Experience, State Council on Library Development
Past Board, Survival Adult Abuse Center
Experience, Warrensburg Area Chamber of Commerce
Experience, Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce
Experience, Warrensburg Parks for 21st Century Board
Experience, Warrensburg Rotary Club
Experience, Whiteman Air Force Base Community Council
Experience, Women in Government
Past President, Women Legislators of Missouri
Chair, Johnson County Heart Walk, 1995-1998
Chair, Johnson County United Way Campaign, 1996-1998
and opened a bed and breakfast.
Cleo Nuckles and his wife, Effie, joined his two sisters in Warrensburg and opened a saw-sharpening shop in the Gambles building. He lived mostly off of the charity of the more successful Terrys and Rawsons, but he was sickly and soon died anyway.
Olston Nuckles (Cleo's son) moved close to the family after WWII but never lived in Johnson County.
He settled one mile north of the county line in Locust Grove in Lafayette County. However, like his father, he lived a short life and was buried beside his parents in Sunset Hills Cemetery. He is now a longer-than-life resident.