Francis “Fritz” McGee teaches three courses each semester in the Government and Criminal Justice area. He has been an adjunct professor at NWOSU for 14 years.
Dr. McGee has practiced law for 35 years, currently serving as public defender in three counties for the Oklahoma Indigent Defense System, in addition to his private practice in Cherokee, where he resides with his wife, June, sons Connor and Cameron, and his faithful dog Mr. Bentley.
He attended Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa for one year before serving in the armed forces. He graduated from Central College in Pella, Iowa in 1973 with a degree in History and Political Science, receiving his juris doctorate from Oklahoma City University School of Law in December, 1975.