Julian K. Fite ’67

Julian K. Fite ’67 died June 2, 2005, in Oklahoma City. A former U.S. attorney, district attorney, and present counsel for the Cherokee Nation, he was attending a tribal sovereignty symposium in Oklahoma City when he died. He most recently served as an assistant professor of criminal justice at Northeastern State University, university counsel and counsel for the Cherokee Nation. He is survived by his wife, Jennifer Fite, 15309 N. Swannanoa Rd., Tahlequah, Okla. 74464-8171; son Travis and daughter Missy (Fite) Caldwell, his sisters Betty Jo Fite Hayes of Hope, Ark., and Francie Fite of McLean, Va.