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Emmit Ray Tuggle

architect

Emmit Ray Tuggle, American architect. Recipient certified of citation Texas House of Representatives, 1970. Served as 1st lieutenant United States Army Air Force, 1942-1946.; Member American Civil Liberties Union, Amnesty International, American Institute of Architects.

Background

Tuggle, Emmit Ray was born on April 16, 1922 in Lindsay, Oklahoma, United States. Son of Emmett C. and Emelie Lois (Ray) Tuggle.

Education

Student, Edinburg Junior College (Texas), 1939-1940, University Texas, 1948.

Career

Registered architect, Texas, National Council Architectural Registration Boards Draftsman, Ford & Rogers, San Antonio, 1948-1950. Partner Peery & Tuggle, San Antonio, 1952-1956. Principal Emmit R. Tuggle, San Antonio, 1956-1973.

Partner Tuggle & Graves, Architects, San Antonio, 1973-1982, 86–. President Tuggle & Graves, Inc., San Antonio, 1982-1986. School district architect San Antonio, and South San Antonio, Crystal City.

Membership

Served as 1st lieutenant United States Army Air Force, 1942-1946. Member American Civil Liberties Union, Amnesty International, American Institute of Architects. Clubs: Friends of the McNay, Giraud (San Antonio).

Connections

Married Mae Benzaquin Waldman, March 24, 1953.

father:
Emmett C. Tuggle

mother:
Emelie Lois (Ray) Tuggle

spouse:
Mae Benzaquin Waldman