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Architect , writer

Edna Elizabeth Heatherington, American architect, writer. Certified construction specifier.

Background

Heatherington, Edna Elizabeth was born on October 28, 1938 in Denver, Colorado, United States. Daughter of Robert Allen and Helen (West) Heatherington.

Education

Student, Illinois Institute of Technology, 1963—1964. Bachelor of Science in Microbiology with honors, University Chicago, 1960. M Arch, University New Mexico, 1978.

Career

Designer, supervisor Kelvinator House Addition, Albuquerque, 1975—1976. Draftsperson Don P. Schlegel, American Institute of Architects, 1976—1977. Architectural intern Channell Graham Architecture, Albuquerque, 1978—1982.

Specifier, estimator water closet Kruger & Associates, 1982—1984, head specifications, 1984—1986, manager specifications, 1986—1987. Principal Heatherington & Schaller Information Management, since 1987.

Achievements

  • Certified construction specifier.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles numerous public to professional journals.

Membership

Chairperson Save the Sunshine, Albuquerque, 1984. Charter member Albuquerque Conservation Association. Member of American Institute of Architects (associate.

Chairman various committees Albuquerque chapter), Business and Professional Women, Association Architectural Librarian, Society Technology Communication, Committee for Preservation of Architectural Records, Association for Preservation Technology, Society of Architectural Historians, Construction Specifications Institute (awards chairperson 1970-1980, lecturer for specifications course 1980, newsletter editor 1983, Outstanding Professional Member award 1984).

Connections

Married Robert Bergman, July 9, 1960 (divorced June 1980). Children: Eric Will, Helen Ruth. Married Dan Schaller, July 27, 1985.

father:
Robert Allen Heatherington

mother:
Helen (West) Heatherington

spouse:
Robert Bergman

spouse:
Dan Schaller

child:
Eric Will Heatherington

child:
Helen Ruth Heatherington