Dr. William LaHue
Chieftain Swift Flying Knife
|Keeper of the Wampum||2007|
At the 2008 Tribal Celebration, Dr. William LaHue, Keeper of the Wampum Swift Flying Knife, was named the 79th Presiding Chieftain of the Tribe of Mic-O-Say.
Bill has served as a committee member and camp Scoutmaster for Troop 318 in Lexington, MO. He has also served as a camp physician at the Bartle Scout Reservation since 1980. Bill has participated in a Florida Sea Base high adventure contingent.
Bill became an Honorary Warrior in 1980, a Sachem in 1991, and a Keeper of the Wampum in 2007. Bill is a Life Member Dog Soldier of the Tribe of Mic-O-Say.
Dr. LaHue has received the highest award that can be bestowed by the Heart of America Council, the Silver Beaver Award.
Professionally, Bill is a physician at the Rodgers-Lafayette Health Center. He is a member of the Lafayette-Ray Medical Society, the Missouri State Medical Association and the American Medical Association. He is a graduate of the University of Missouri School of Medicine.
Bill’s civic service includes serving as an elder and a board member of the First Christian Church, a member of the Lexington Chamber of Commerce, and team physician for local high school athletic teams.
Bill and his wife Julia have a daughter and two sons. Their youngest son, Jeff is an Eagle Scout, a Sachem, and former Camp Lone Star Program Director.