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freelance/self-employed architect

Virginia Brooks Macdonald, American freelance/self-employed architect. Registered architect, Hawaii. Recipient Innovative Energy award United States Department Energy, 1984, Energy Saving award State of Hawaii, 1984, Governor's award, 1993.

Background

Macdonald, Virginia Brooks was born on July 17, 1918 in Denver, Colorado, United States.

Education

Bachelor of Architecture, Case Western Reserve University, 1946.

Career

Director Timberline Camp., Honolulu, 1962-1967. Planner State of Hawaii, 1967-1977. Private practice architecture Volcano, Hawaii, since 1977.

Achievements

  • Registered architect, Hawaii.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: West Hawaii, 1972. (book/report) Na Ala Hele, 1973.

Membership

Active Volcano Community Association, since 1980. Member American Institute of Architects (past president local section 1988, director state council, Passive Solar Design award 1994, Passive Solar Home award of Merit), Sierra Club (past state board directors), Hawaii Conservation Council (past state president).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Snorkeling, hiking, cooking.

Connections

Daughter of Emmet Earl and Lulu (Gatchel) Stoffel. Widowed; married Russell A. Apple, October 18, 1981. Children: Philip Brooks, Anne Brooks Hormann, Bill Brooks, Mike Brooks.

father:
Emmet Earl Stoffel

mother:
Lulu (Gatchel) Stoffel

spouse:
Russell A. Apple

child:
Philip Brooks Macdonald

child:
Anne Brooks Hormann Macdonald

child:
Bill Brooks Macdonald

child:
Mike Brooks Macdonald