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James Homer Voyles. III

architect , developer , architectural consultant

James Homer Voyles, III, German architect, developer, architectural consultant. award 1979), Atlanta Hist. Member American Institute of Architects (member committee since 1988, health and aging committee since 1985, Associate award 1979), Atlanta History Society.

Background

III, James Homer Voyles, was born on February 5, 1950 in Munich, Germany. Son of James Homer and Doris (Patterson) V.

Education

A.A., Los Angeles Valley College, 1970. Bachelor of Architecture, University Arizona, 1974. Master in Architecture, University Southern California, 1977.

Licensed architect, California Designer Archisystems International, Van Nuys, California, 1974-1978. Assistant project architect Thompson, Ventulett, Stainback Associates, Inc., Atlanta, 1978-1981. Project architect Toombs, Amisano, Wells, Inc., Atlanta, 1981-1982.

Project director, architect Warner Bros. Johnson Properties, Inc., Atlanta, 1982-1984. Manager-architect Equitable Life Assurance Society of America, 1984-1985.

Assistant director architecture Equitable Real Estate, since 1985. Vice president architecture HAPVAS, Inc. Consultant Services, Atlanta, since 1981.

Chairman advisory council 2d Ponce de Leon Baptist Church, Atlanta, 1982-1983, deacon, since 1987, vice-chairman new member, since 1988, coach recreation sport team, 1970-1972. Gerontology fellow, 1976-1977.

Career

Consultant Services, Atlanta, since 1981. Chairman advisory council 2d Ponce de Leon Baptist Church, Atlanta, 1982-1983, deacon, since 1987, vice-chairman new member, since 1988, coach recreation sport team, 1970-1972.

Membership

Member American Institute of Architects (member committee since 1988, health and aging committee since 1985, Associate award 1979), Atlanta History Society.

Connections

Married Susan Foster, August 21, 1976. Children– Mary Elizabeth, Kathryn Foster.

father:
James Homer V.

mother:
Doris (Patterson) V.

spouse:
Susan Foster

children:
Mary Elizabeth III

Kathryn Foster III