Silas C. Wolf, Jr.
Silas C. Wolf, Jr. was born Jan. 5, 1949, in Los Angeles, Calif., though he has been a resident of Oklahoma since the age of two. Mr. Wolf has been married to his wife Nancy for 41 years and the couple has one daughter, Sara.
Mr. Wolf graduated from Norman High School in 1967 and went on to earn a bachelor’s degree in zoology and a minor in chemistry from the University of Oklahoma in 1971. He earned his juris doctorate degree from the University of Oklahoma School of Law in 1975.
Upon graduation, Mr. Wolf entered into the partnership of the Henson and Wolf Law Firm in Shawnee, Okla. In 1977, Mr. Wolf formed the partnership of Wolf and Wolf in Norman with his father, Silas Wolf, Sr. The firm handled important product liability cases in state, federal and tribal courts.
In 2007, Mr. Wolf closed his practice and followed his dream of educating young people. He began this next chapter of his life by serving as a tutor in the Norman Public Schools Indian Education Program. Though he added many additional duties, Mr. Wolf has focused on tutoring young Native Americans in his position as a college and career assistant.
Mr. Wolf is a member of the Oklahoma Council for Indian Education, Native American Student Advocacy Institute and American Indian Science and Engineering Society. He is also the coach/sponsor of several academic bowl teams sponsored by Norman Public Schools Indian Education Program.
Mr. Wolf has presented lectures to Norman Public Schools Oklahoma history classes on tribal sovereignty.
Mr. Wolf is also a master instructor with the Ching Yi Kung Fu Association holding a sixth degree black belt and currently serves on the board of directors for the association. He holds high-ranking black belts in other martial art forms with nearly 40 years teaching experience. He operates the Ching Yi Kung Fu Academy associated with Norman Parks and Recreation.