|MORGAN J. DOYLE.|
Morgan J. Doyle is engaged in the practice of law at
Casper as a member of the firm of Whelan & Doyle. He was born in
Wisconsin, June 3, 1894, and is therefore one of the younger
representatives of the Wyoming bar and is winning for himself a
creditable position by the capable manner in which he handles
litigated interests. He is a son of H. H. and Sarah A. (Quinn) Doyle,
both of whom were natives of Wisconsin, where the father passed away
in the year 1899, but the mother is still living. They had a family
of two children, the daughter being Margaret C. Doyle, who still
resides in Wisconsin.
During the period of his boyhood and youth Morgan J. Doyle gave his attention largely to the requirements of the schools, passing through the grades to the high school and eventually becoming a student in Marquette Academy of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He completed his law course in Creighton University of Nebraska and in 1916 he became connected with the Anaconda Copper Mining Company of Montana and was thus associated until his removal to Casper in 1917. Here he opened a law office, becoming a partner in the firm of Whelan & Doyle, in which connection he is now practicing.
Mr. Doyle is a member of Delta Theta Phi and is also identified with the Knights of Columbus. His political endorsement is given to the republican party. While his career at the bar covers but a brief period, he has the qualities that make his friends confident of his success. Nature endowed him with a good mind, he was accorded liberal educational privileges and he has the ambition and industry that are necessary to advancement in any walk of life.