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Tim Wallis

Tim Wallis

Tim Wallis is Gwich'in who was born in 1940 in Fort Yukon, Alaska. He later lived in Juneau before graduating from high school in Fairbanks. Tim became involved in the Native land claims movement and Native political and social affairs in 1968, and from 1970-1972 served as president of the Fairbanks Native Association (FNA). Tim also has been president of DNH Development Corporation, Doyon Ltd., and Tanana Chiefs Conference, and Chairman and Vice-President of Doyon Utilities LLC. From 1975 to 1976, he served in the Alaska State House of Representatives. He has also been the owner of a small business: the Ranch Dinner House restaurant in Fairbanks.

Date of Birth:
May 29, 1940
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