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Architect

Robert Erick Fehlberg, American Architect. Recipient (with wife) Governor's award for arts, 1983.

Background

Fehlberg, Robert Erick was born on April 28, 1926 in Kalispell, Montana, United States. Son of Otto Albert Erick and Mary Grace (Nelson) Fehlberg.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Architecture, Montana State University, 1951.

Career

Architect in training with, Gehres D. Weed Architect, Kalispell, 1952-1955; partner, Weed & Fehlberg Architects, Kalispell, 1955-1957; private practice, Kalispell, 1957-1958; with, Cushing Terrell Associates, Billings, Montana, 1958-1972; partner, Cushing Terrell Associates, 1960-1972; vice president, CTA Architects Engineers, Inc., Billings, 1973-1987; partner, Collaborative Design Architects, Oakland, California, 1987-1991; partner, Robert Fehlberg Architects, Pleasanton, California, since 1991.

Membership

Board of directors Yellowstone Art Center Foundation, 1965-1984, 1st president, 1965. Board directors Montana Institute Arts Foundation, 1976-1986, president, 1976-1980, treasurer, 1980-1986. Served with Army of the United States, 1944-1946.

Fellow American Institute of Architects (president Montana 1965, national director 1971-1974), Montana Institute Arts (president 1963-1964). Member Production Systems for Architects and Engineers (director 1971-1974, chairman 1974), East Bay American Institute of Architects.

Connections

Son of Otto Albert Erick and Mary Grace (Nelson) F. M. LaDonna Karen Rognlie, May 31, 1953. Children: Kolby J., Kenje A., Kurt E., Klee J.

father:
Otto Albert Erick Fehlberg

mother:
Mary Grace (Nelson) Fehlberg

spouse:
LaDonna Karen Rognlie

child:
Kolby J. Fehlberg

child:
Kurt E. Fehlberg

child:
Kenje A. Fehlberg

child:
Klee J. Fehlberg