Angelyn W. Wadley was born January 4, 1908 in Idaho Falls, Idaho, to Charles Louis and Angelina Ellen Webb Warnick. On August 27, 1942 she married Bryce Nephi Wadley in the Salt Lake City LDS temple. She received a bachelor degree from Brigham Young University and a master's degree from Utah State University. Angelyn taught school in Utah in Payson, Springville, and at BYU. She was state supervisor of Home Economics Education and recieved distinguished service awards from BYU, USU, and Utah Farm Bureau. Angelyn was active in the LDS church and was a member of the YWMIA general board and authored several lesson manuals for MIA.
Angelyn Mary Warnick Wadley
LDS (member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints)