Having a strong spiritual life was important to Margo, and she is forever grateful to Zona and Fred Bowen, and Horace and Andrea Axtell for teaching her and imparting their knowledge to a lifelong learner. They were married in 1970, and he became the instant dad of her five children and they had a son. He took extra credits so that he could graduate in May 1944 - with wife Barbara accepting his diploma. He returned to Weippe, where he and Barbara made their home for the next 70 years. Everet supported his family by working in Weippe saw mills.
Herrington, the world's first indigenous astronaut. While he was on his cross-country bicycle ride from Cape Flattery, WA, to Cape Canaveral, FL, in 2008, John stopped to see his friends and colleagues, Horace and Andrea.
In 1980, she saw the Snake River and Clearwater River drainage for the first time.
Right then and there she decided to pack up her things in Los Angeles and move to Idaho.
Margo also served on the board of several local, state and regional organizations.
Additionally, she worked at the University of Idaho Press, Community Action Partnership, Walla Walla Community College and Northwest Indian College.
Everet was a member of many community and professional activities.