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facilities planner , designer and educator

Robert Danloy Vrancken, American facilities planner, designer and educator. Certified facilities manager. Member International Facilities Management Association (Educator of Year 1986), National Association Corporation Real Estate Executives, Work Place Environment Group, Industrial Development Research Council, Notre Dame Club.

Background

Vrancken, Robert Danloy was born on June 28, 1936 in Charleston, West Virginia, United States. Son of Roger Joseph and Kathryn Elizabeth (Toben) Vrancken.

Education

Bachelor of Fine Arts, University Notre Dame, 1958. Master of Business Administration, University Notre Dame, 1984. Doctor of Philosophy in Facilities Management, Union Institute, 1992.

Career

Designer Stone & Thomas, Wheeling, West Virginia, 1962-1963. Private practice in designing, 1962-1963. Assistant to president Lederman Elevator Company, Detroit, 1963-1966.

Manager facilities planning and design Sperry Univac, Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, 1966-1982. Associate professor management Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids, Michigan, from 1982. Consultant space planning facilities design and management, West Virginia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, since 1963.

Active Operations Management Education Research Foundation.

Achievements

  • Certified facilities manager.

Membership

Member International Facilities Management Association (Educator of Year 1986), National Association Corporation Real Estate Executives, Work Place Environment Group, Industrial Development Research Council, Notre Dame Club.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Sailing, carpentry, tennis, singing.

Connections

Children: Robert, Brett, Paige, Mark.

father:
Roger Joseph Vrancken

mother:
Kathryn Elizabeth (Toben) Vrancken

child:
Robert Vrancken

child:
Brett Vrancken

child:
Paige Vrancken

child:
Mark Vrancken