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Lawyer , architectural preservationist consultant

Cornelia Wyma Keatinge, American architectural preservationist consultant, lawyer. Bar: Colorado 1982. Rotary fellow, 1974-1975; recipient Special Achievement award, National Park Service, 1980. Volunteer Denver Art Museum, since 1980, Junior League Denver, since 1983. Member American Bar Association.

Background

Keatinge, Cornelia Wyma was born on July 22, 1952 in Poughkeepsie, New York, United States. Daughter of Edwin R. and Josephine B. (Brazis) Wyma.

Education

Bachelor of Architecture, University Kentucky, 1974. Master of Arts in History and Theory of Architecture, University Essex, Colchester, England, 1976. Juris Doctor, University Denver, 1982.

Career

Architectural historian, Kansas State History Society, Topeka, 1975-1977;history architect, National Park Service, Denver, 1977-1979;associate, Richard E. Young, Denver, 1982-1984;history architect, Colorado Hist.Soc., Denver, 1984-1986;sole practice, consultant architecture, Denver, 1986;history preservation specialist, Advisory Council History Preservation, Golden, Colorado, since 1986.

Achievements

  • Bar: Colorado 1982.

Membership

Volunteer Denver Art Museum, since 1980, Junior League Denver, since 1983. Member American Bar Association.

Connections

Married Robert Reed Keatinge, August 21, 1982. 1 child, Courtney Elizabeth.

father:
Edwin R. Wyma

mother:
Josephine B. (Brazis) Wyma

spouse:
Robert Reed Keatinge

child:
Courtney Elizabeth Keatinge