From Unflinching Courage, pp. 129-130
Gladys Bushman and Cecil Carmack Gladys Bushman Carmack is the daughter of John L. and Etna Cooper Bushman and the granddaughter of Bishop John and Mary Bushman who were among the original settlers of Joseph City.
She was born December 24, 1910 in Joseph City. She attended Holbrook High School and the Arizona State Teachers College in Flagstaff. She and Cecil have five children, one girl and four boys. She has been active in many church positions all her life, both in Arizona and in California.
Cecil Carmack was born June 5, 1905, at Larkin, Christian County, Kentucky, the son of Henry Edgar Carmack and Erne Lee Marques Carmack. He attended high school in Crofton,
Kentucky, and an automobile school in Kansas City, Mo. He filled a two-year mission in Mississippi. He was always very active in the church and held many positions of responsibility and trust. He developed a very fine mechanical ability.
The Bushman Family History by Newbern Butt, p. 189
Gladys was born 24 December 1910 in Joseph City, Arizona. Residence: Winslow Arizona; Santa Barbara, California. Attended Flagstaff Teachers’ College 1 year. Sunday School teacher; Ward President of the MIA; Counselor in the Relief Society in Winslow; President of the Relief Society and MIA in San Luis Obispo, California 1941-42 and 1945-48; District Aid Relief Society, Los Flores District Mission 1947-49; Assistant music director in Santa Barbara 1949; Stake Relief Society President in Santa Barbara 1950 to date.
She married 17 September 1928, Arizona Temple, Cecil Eugene Carmack son of Henry Edgar Carmack and Effie Lee Marquess. He was born 5 June 1905 in Larkin, Kentucky. He attended automobile school in Kansas City; Machinist, own garage. He served a mission to the Southern States 2 years; Counselor to the Bishop in Winslow and San Luis Obispo; High Counselor, Santa Barbara Stake 1950 to date. Ward Choir leader in Winslow 1930-40; Scoutmaster in Winslow 10 years. They had 5 children.
The Carmack Family Reunion 1934