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Architect

Everett Keith Haag, American architect. Recipient 46 architectural design awards.

Background

Haag, Everett Keith was born on January 27, 1928 in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, United States. Son of Arnold and Lois (Martz) Haag.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Architecture, Kent State University, 1951. Bachelor of Architecture, Western Reserve University, 1953.

Career

Founder, principal firm, Keith Haag & Associates (architects), Cuyahoga Falls, 1955-1972; founder, president, Keith Haag Associates Inc. (architecture-engineering-planning), Cuyahoga Falls, 1972-1981; architectural and planning consultant, Cuyahoga Falls, since 1981. Instructor Kent State University, 1952-1954.

Membership

President Tri-County Planning Commission, 1960-1961. Chairman Urban Renewal Review Commission, Cuyahoga Falls, since 1971, Regional Planning Group, Northampton Township, since 1970. Member Akron Regional Development Board.

Board directors Goodwill Industries, chairman strategic planning committee, since 1988, Akron, Stan Hywet Hall Foundation, Inc. (president 1991-1992). Chairman Historic buildings Committee, since 1988.

Member alumni board Kent State University, 1970-1972, co-developer Polymer Housing system, 1989. Fellow American Institute of Architects (past president Akron chapter, national committee on office practice). Member Architects Society Ohio (executive committee, secretary 1975-1976, vice president 1977-1978, president 1979, Gold medal 1986), Northampton Chamber of Commerce (president 1972), Summit County History Society (director since 1974) Clubs: President's (Kent State University), Hilltoppers (Akron University).

Connections

Married Eleanor Jean Baker, November 1, 1961. Children– Kurt, Paula, Pamela.

father:
Arnold Haag

mother:
Lois (Martz) Haag

spouse:
Eleanor Jean Baker

child:
Kurt Haag

child:
Pamela Haag

child:
Paula Haag