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Architect

Margie Largent was American architect. Registered architect, Washington, Oregon, Alaska.

Background

Largent, Margie was born on February 28, 1923 in Adrian, Missouri, United States. Daughter of Arlie Everett Largent and Ruby Lacey Grosshart.

Education

Student, Capital Business College, 1942. Student, Art Center School of Design, Los Angeles, 1946. Student, Willamette University, 1947.

Bachelor of Architecture, University Oregon, 1950.

Career

Senior structural draftsman Stone & Webster Engineers, Los Angeles and Boston, 1950-1952. Production coordinator Jon Konigshofer, Carmel, California, 1953-1954, Daniel-Mann-Johnson, Architects, Los Angeles, 1954-1955, Gordon Cochran, Architect, Portland, Oregon, 1956-1957, John Groom, Architect, Salem, 1958-1960. Designer Largent & Anderson, Lake Oswego, 1961-1963.

Architect Margie Largent, from 1964.

Achievements

  • Registered architect, Washington, Oregon, Alaska.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Principal works include Shon Tay Professional Center, Lake Oswego, 1965-1978, Jackson Residence, Warm Springs Reservation, Oregon, 1974, Crosby-Earth Shelter, San Juan Island, Washington, 1975, Anderson Tri-Plex, Cordova, Alaska, 1983.

Membership

Active Land Use Committee, Lake Oswego, since 1970, Park Advisory Board, Clacksmas County, Oregon, 1975-1979, Building Board Appeals, Lake Oswego, 1978-1998. President Associated Chamber of Commerce, Clackamas County, 1970. Member of Construction Specifications Institute (Portland chapter president 1977, 1986, editor 1979, 1984, archivist 1980, Capital chapter archivist 1995—2003).

Connections

Married Creighton A. Anderson, May 10, 1954. Children: Michael Creig, Jon William Everett.

father:
Arlie Everett Largent

mother:
Ruby Lacey Grosshart

spouse:
Creighton A. Anderson

child:
Michael Creig Largent

child:
Jon William Everett Largent