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Architect

George Arthur Mattson, American architect. Founding board member Sweetpea Arts Festival, Bozeman, 1977-1986; board directors Loft Community Theater, Bozeman, 1980-1985, Gallatin Performing Arts Center, Bozeman, since 1989; founding member Beall Park Art Center, Bozeman, 1984. Lieutenant United States Navy, 1960-1962. Member Quest for Knowledge Club, American Institute of Architects.

Background

Mattson, George Arthur was born on October 4, 1936 in Knoxville, Tennessee, United States. Son of Frank Emil and Hildur Augusta (Freeberg) Mattson.

Education

Bachelor of Architecture, Montana State College, 1959.

Career

Associate, Paffard Clay Architect, San Francisco, 1964-1970; private practice, Bozeman, Montana, 1971-1977, 92-; partner, Mattson, Prugh & Lenon Architects, Bozeman, 1978-1991.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Principal works include Bozeman Public Library., 1980, Bozeman Fire Station Northern 2, 1984, Museum of Rockies, 1987.

Membership

Founding board member Sweetpea Arts Festival, Bozeman, 1977-1986. Board directors Loft Community Theater, Bozeman, 1980-1985, Gallatin Performing Arts Center, Bozeman, since 1989. Founding member Beall Park Art Center, Bozeman, 1984.

Lieutenant United States Navy, 1960-1962. Member Quest for Knowledge Club, American Institute of Architects.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: cross country skiing, tennis, sailing.

Connections

Married Beverly Joanne Bruegger, February 25, 1960. Children: Steven, Susan.

father:
Frank Emil Mattson

mother:
Hildur Augusta (Freeberg) Mattson

spouse:
Beverly Joanne Bruegger

child:
Susan Mattson

child:
Steven Mattson