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Landscape architect , planning company executive

Raymond Frederick Cain, American Landscape architect, planning company executive. Certified professional landscape architect, Maryland., Hawaii. Recipient National Landscape award Mauna Kea Beach Hotel, Hawaii, 1976; National Design award Kona Surf Hotel, Hawaii, 1980, Mauna Lani Golf course, 1982, Aga Khan award Tanjong Jara Hotel, Malaysia, 1983.

Background

Cain, Raymond Frederick was born on September 13, 1937 in Harrisburg, Illinois, United States. Son of Raymond Ransome and Edna (Kirkham) Cain.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University Illinois, 1959; Master of Arts, University Illinois, 1962.

Career

Landscape architect, W.J. Spear & Association, Houston, 1962-1966; landscape architect, Belt, Collins & Association, Honolulu, 1966-1976; director landscape architecture, Belt, Collins & Association, Honolulu, since 1976; vice president, Belt, Collins & Association, Honolulu, since 1981. Speaker Urban Development Seminar, Singapore, 1980, Fiji Hotel Association, Nandi, Fiji, 1981. Lecturer Tourist Management School, Honolulu, 1978.

Achievements

  • Certified professional landscape architect, Maryland., Hawaii.

Membership

Member Hawaii Year 2000, Honolulu, 1971. Advisor Outdoor Circuit, Honolulu, 1976. Member Waikiki Improvement Association, Honolulu, 1973.

Fellow American Society Landscape Architects (treasurer 1975-1976). Member American Planning Association (associate) Clubs: Outrigger (ground chairman 1976-1977), Honolulu, Oahu Country (ground chairman 1972-1973).

Connections

Married Galen S. Short, September 13, 1965 (divorced 1971). Married Lois A. Kiehl, December 27, 1981.

father:
Raymond Ransome Cain

mother:
Edna (Kirkham) Cain

spouse:
Lois A. Kiehl

spouse:
Galen S. Short