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Landscape architect

Clarence Leslie Roy, American landscape architect. Founder Old West Side Association, Ann Arbor, 1966, president, 1968-1973; president Ann Arbor Tomorrow, 1978-1979. With United States Navy, 1945-1946. Fellow American Society Landscape Architects; member University Michigan Alumni Association (board directors 1986-1979), Tau Sigma Delta, Alpha Rho Chi.

Background

Roy, Clarence Leslie was born on March 6, 1927. Son of Theodore Gideon and Myrtle May (Matthews) Roy.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architect, University Michigan, 1951.

Career

Landscape architect Lambert Associate Companies, Dallas, 1951-1959. Associate Eichstedt-Johnson Associate, Grosse Pointe, Michigan, 1960. Principal Johnson Johnson & Roy, Inc., Ann Arbor, 1961-1981, Dallas, 1982-1992.

Retired

Director The Smith Group, Detroit, 1979-1982.

Membership

Founder Old West Side Association, Ann Arbor, 1966, president, 1968-1973. President Ann Arbor Tomorrow, 1978-1979. With United States Navy, 1945-1946.

Fellow American Society Landscape Architects. Member University Michigan Alumni Association (board directors 1986-1979), Tau Sigma Delta, Alpha Rho Chi.

Connections

Married Ruth Serou, November 11, 1959.

father:
Theodore Gideon Roy

mother:
Myrtle May (Matthews) Roy

spouse:
Ruth Serou