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Land use planner , surveyor , civil engineer

Robert Jay Boyer, civil engineer, surveyor, land use planner. Professional engineer, Alaska, Oregon, Washington; licensed land surveyor, Alaska, Oregon. Named Most Valuable Basketball Player Sioux Booster Club, Grand Forks, 1972.


Boyer, Robert Jay was born on April 23, 1951 in Fargo, North Dakota, United States. Son of Kenneth Ward and Lucille Agnes (Kruse) Boyer.


Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, University North Dakota, 1973.


Construction engineer, Santa Fe International, Orange, California, 1981;structural engineer, sales manager, Himachal Pradesh Marine, Gothenburg, Sweden, 1981;player, instructor, coach of basketball, Travelodge All Stars, National Basketball League, Bucks, England, 1981-1982;engineer, Boyer Engineering, Portland, Oregon, 1982-1983;engineer, Advance Engineering, Wasilla, 1983;construction engineer, State of Alaska, Anchorage, 1983-1984;sanitation engineer, City of Galena (Alaska), 1984-1985;building management specialist II, State of Alaska, Anchorage, 1985-1986;project engineer, Engineered Concepts, Inc., Portland, Oregon, 1986-1988;professional engineer, land surveyor, principal, Global Engineering, Land Surveying, Planning Company, Portland, since 1988.


  • Professional engineer, Alaska, Oregon, Washington. Licensed land surveyor, Alaska, Oregon.


Vice president Young Adult Ministry, Portland, 1980. Member American Society of Civil Engineers (Outstanding Sophomore Engineering Student Ladies Auxiliary 1971), Professional Land Surveyors of Oregon, National Society Professional Engineers, Consulting Engineers Counsel Oregon (chair "new principals" committee 1991, membership committee 1992), Portland Skyliners, Tall Club.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: photography, basketball, dancing.


Married Eithne Mary Moore-Stevens, July 25, 1992.

Kenneth Ward Boyer

Lucille Agnes (Kruse) Boyer

Eithne Mary Moore-Stevens