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Forrest Ralph Camplin Edit Profile

Architect

Forrest Ralph Camplin, American architect. Member of Indiana History Society, American Institute of Architects (emeritus), Mason.

Background

Camplin, Forrest Ralph was born on June 28, 1917 in Shirley, Indiana, United States. Son of Russell and Mae C. Camplin.

Career

With Russell Camplin, masonry contractor, 1936—1942, General Motors Corporation, Anderson, Indiana, 1942—1951, Edward D. James, Inc., Indianapolis, 1951—1982. Architect, from 1961. Chief architectural St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Franklin, Indiana, 1968, Central National Bank, Greencastle, 1971, Chapel, Fort Benjamin Harrison, 1976, Morgan County (Indiana) Courthouse, Martinsville, 1976, 1st United Methodist Church, Crawfordsville, Indiana, 1977.

With Camp Atterbury National Guard Training Facilities, 1980, East College restoration DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana, 1981. Served C.E. United States Army, 1942-1945.

Membership

Member of Indiana History Society, American Institute of Architects (emeritus), Mason.

Connections

Married Viola Faye Reed, June 15, 1947. Children: Gloria Jean, Mary Darlene, Rita Annual.

father:
Russell Camplin

mother:
Mae C. Camplin

spouse:
Viola Faye Reed

child:
Gloria Jean Camplin

child:
Mary Darlene Camplin

child:
Rita Annual Camplin