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Architect

Jack Lee Fischer, American architect. Board directors St. Elizabeth Hospital Foundation, University Wisconsin-Milwaukee Foundation Network Health Plan; Member of International Development Research Centre, NAOIP, Fox Cities University Wisconsin Milwaukee Alumni Group (chairman), Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce (planning committee 1980-1983, board directors), Wisconsin Society Architects, American Planning Association (charter 1978).

Background

Fischer, Jack Lee was born on October 31, 1953 in Appleton, Wisconsin, United States. Son of Milton J. and Erma I. (Springstroh) Fischer.

Education

Student, University Wisconsin-Stout, 1972—1973. Bachelor of Science, University Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1976. Master of Architecture, University Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1978.

Career

President Jack L. Fischer Construction Company, Appleton, 1970—1975, Contemporary Dwellings, Inc., Appleton, 1976—1981, Fischer Schutte & Jensen, Inc., Appleton, 1978—1982. Vice president, director Marathon Engineers, Architects, Planners, since 1982. Board directors Firstar Bank Appleton.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Principal works include Earth Shelter Residence, Appleton (National Design award, 1979), Tenterasol I Residential Design, Minneapolis (National Design award, 1979), Earth Shelter Residences, St. Paul (Earth Shelters award, 1980).

Membership

Board directors St. Elizabeth Hospital Foundation, University Wisconsin-Milwaukee Foundation Network Health Plan. Member of International Development Research Centre, NAOIP, Fox Cities University Wisconsin Milwaukee Alumni Group (chairman), Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce (planning committee 1980-1983, board directors), Wisconsin Society Architects, American Planning Association (charter 1978).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Scuba diving, skiing, nature study, drawing, boating.

Connections

Married Karen R. Adler, January 2, 1982.

father:
Milton J. Fischer

mother:
Erma I. (Springstroh) Fischer

spouse:
Karen R. Adler