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Waller Staples Poage. III

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Waller Staples Poage, III, American architect.

Background

III, Waller Staples Poage, was born on April 25, 1936 in Wythe County, Virginia, United States. Son of Waller Staples and Mary Simmerman (Crockett) P.

Education

Bachelor of Architecture, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1960.

Career

Associate, Dales Y. Foster, Inc., Architects, Dallas, 1974-1976. Private practice Waller S. Poage & Associate, Architects, Planners, Houston, 1965-1967, Wytheville, Virginia, 1967-1969, Arlington, Texas, 1973-1976. Owner, principal Community Planners Inc. of Laredo, Texas, 1976-1982.

Partner Gondeck-Poage Partnership, architects, San Antonio, 1983-1984. Principal Waller S. Poage American Institute of Architects Inc., San Antonio, since 1984. Instructor architecture University Texas, San Antonio, 1980-1983.

Commissioner, Airport Zoning Board, City of Laredo, 1979-1983. Advisory to city council, Construction Industry Council, Houston, 1969-1971.

Membership

Clubs: Rotary (director 1978-1983), Exchange (board directors 1967-1968, president 1969). Architectural works include Jim Hogg County Jail, Hebbronville, Texas, 1978, Webb County Facilities Master Plan, Laredo, 1978, Westgate Place, 1977, Country.

Connections

Married Elizabeth B., June 21, 1975. Children– Mary Elizabeth, Mary Margaret.

father:
Waller Staples P.

mother:
Mary Simmerman (Crockett) P.

spouse:
Elizabeth B.

children:
Mary Elizabeth III

Mary Margaret III