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Architect

Edward Ralph Bergmark, American architect. Registered architect Kentucky, Maryland, Connecticut, New York, West Virginia, Colorado, Texas, Virginia. Sergeant United States Air Force, 1943-1946, World War World War II; Member Rotary (chairman youth Beckely club 1981), Kiwanis, Ocean Pines Association.

Background

Bergmark, Edward Ralph was born on March 14, 1925 in Ossining, New York, United States. Son of Oscar Almar and Margaret Sofia (Lundgren) Bergmark.

Education

Bachelor of Architecture, Syracuse University, 1952.

Career

Draftsman Carl Blanchard Architects, New Haven, 1952-1953. Assistant project manager Eggers & Higgins Architecture, New York City, 1953-1954. Project manager Daniel Perry, Architecture, Port Jefferson, New York, 1954-1957.

Private practice Northport, 1961-1979. Partner Daniel Perry & Edward Bergmark, 1962-1974. Vice president engineering department Gates Engineering, Beckley, West Virginia, 1980-1985.

Principal architect Gates Engrins., 1980-1984. Private practice Berlin, since 1991.

Achievements

  • Registered architect Kentucky, Maryland, Connecticut, New York, West Virginia, Colorado, Texas, Virginia.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Principal architect various firehouses, Veterans Administration Medical Hospital, special education schools, vocational schools.

Membership

Sergeant United States Air Force, 1943-1946, World War World War II. Member Rotary (chairman youth Beckely club 1981), Kiwanis, Ocean Pines Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Woodworking, golf, singing.

Connections

Married Marie Louise Othote, June 2, 1951. Children: Edward, David, Christine, Jocelyn.

father:
Oscar Almar Bergmark

mother:
Margaret Sofia (Lundgren) Bergmark

spouse:
Marie Louise Othote

child:
Edward Bergmark

child:
David Bergmark

child:
Christine Bergmark

child:
Jocelyn Bergmark