PUBLISHED: 11:00 AM on Wednesday, February 9, 2005
Tate London elected to Sealaska Board
Tate London has been elected to the 13-member Sealaska Board of Directors. London, an Assistant United States Attorney with the Western District of Washington State, fills a Board term ending in 2006, previously held by Richard Stitt.

"Mr. London's achievements in law and experience in American Indian issues will add depth to the Board," said Sealaska Board Chair Albert Kookesh.

London, an Eagle Killerwhale originally from Ketchikan, is the son of Sealaska shareholder Ernie Boyd.