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John James Heimerich

John James Heimerich, American educator, architect. Member American International Assurance (treasurer New Mexico chapter 1956-1964, treasurer Albuquerque 1965).; Member Christian Church (official board).

Background

  • Heimerich, John James was born on October 17, 1906 in Clay Center, Kansas, United States. Son of George and Mary Cecilia (White) Heimerich.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering, Kansas State University, 1933, Master of Science, 1945. Student of University Oklahoma, spring 1942, U. New Mexico, 1943-1944. M. Audrey Argey Tedrow, August 22, 1935.

    Career

    • Teacher, Greenleaf (Kansas) High School, spring 1934, Scandia (Kansas) Junior High School, 1934-1936, Concordia (Kansas) Junior and Senior High School, 1936-1941. Member of faculty U. Oklahoma, 1941-1942. Member of faculty U. New Mexico, 1942-1972, professor architecture, 1951-1972, department chairman, 1948-1966.

      Part-time private practice architecture, 1950-1972. Active local United Community Fund drives. Registered profile engineer and archaeology, New Mexico.

    Works

    • Co-author: Workbook for Engineering Drawing, 1954.

    Religion

    Denomination: Member Christian Ch

    Membership

    Member American International Assurance (treasurer New Mexico chapter 1956-1964, treasurer Albuquerque 1965). Member Christian Church (official board).

    Connections

    • Children: Denis Alton, Lynn Raymond.
    • father: George Heimerich
    • mother: Mary Cecilia (White) Heimerich
    • children: Denis Alton Heimerich
    • Lynn Raymond Heimerich
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    Born October 17, 1906
    Died April 11, 1972
    (aged 65)
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