Craig M. McKee
Associations and memberships
Since August 2007, Craig has served as part-time U. S. Magistrate Judge assigned to the Terre Haute Division of the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana. He is appointed to that post by the District Judges. He presides over preliminary matters on the court’s criminal docket. The court’s administrative rules permit him to practice in the court as an advocate in civil cases, however, and he continues to represent clients in federal civil litigation in Terre Haute and Indianapolis.
Craig is a native of Terre Haute and was graduated from Indiana State University in 1979 with a B.S. degree in
He has served as president and board member of United Way of the Wabash Valley, the Terre Haute Rotary Club, the Greater Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce, and the Terre Haute Bar Association. He formerly served on the board of the Indiana State University Foundation and the Indiana Bar Foundation.
Since 1999, Craig has been in a number of volunteer capacities for Washington National Cathedral and has served on its governing board, the Cathedral’s Chapter, since 2005.
Craig and his wife, Diann, reside in Terre Haute. In his spare time, Craig enjoys travel, reading (especially history and biographies), theatre, and sports. In his “pre law” life he worked for newspapers in Terre Haute and Indianapolis and was a member of the sports department of The Indianapolis Star while attending law school.
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