The Norman Transcript


April 11, 2014

5 to be inducted into Chickasaw Hall of Fame

NORMAN — Five people are scheduled for induction into the Chickasaw Nation Hall of Fame next month.

The ceremony is May 1 at the Riverwind Showplace Theater in Norman.

The inductees are Chickasaw storyteller and fluent speaker Irene L. Digby, of Davis; retired Army National Guard Master Sgt. Marvin Mitchell, of Fitzhugh; and physician James Wilburn Hampton, of Oklahoma City.

Also to be inducted are Chickasaw educator Silas C. Wolf Jr., of Norman, and Chickasaw Ambassador Charles Blackwell.

Blackwell will be honored posthumously.

Chickasaw Nation Gov. Bill Anoatubby, who will also attend, said the inductees have made significant contributions to the tribe and the larger community.

He said their commitment to sharing tribal history, culture and history epitomizes the spirit and perseverance of the Chickasaw people.

— AP

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