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Architect , Contractor

William Stevens Falkenberg, American Architect, contractor.

Background

Falkenberg, William Stevens was born on July 21, 1927 in Kansas City, Missouri, United States. Son of John Joseph and Maraba Elizabeth (Stevens) Falkenberg.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering, University Colorado, 1949.

Career

President, Falkenberg Construction Company, Denver, 1951-1971, 74-84; development consultant, Falkenberg Construction Company, Denver, 1984-1994; broker, Hogan & Stevenson Realty, Denver, 1971-1974.

Membership

Chairman construction Archdiocesan Housing Committee, Inc., president 1997-1998. Chairman restoration 9th Street History Park. Chairman building communications Four Mile House History Park.

Chairman Housing Trust Council, Denver, 1986-1990. Chairman Rocky Mountain Better Business Bureau, 1965-1967. President Denver Friends Folk Music, 1966.

Lieutenant (junior grade) United States Naval Reserve, 1945-1951. Member American Institute of Architects (board directors Denver chapter 1978-1981, treasurer 1981), Home Builder Association Metropolitan Denver, Colorado History Society Foundation (trustee, secretary 1987-1997), Serra International (president 1971, district governor 1973), National Association Atomic Veterans, Colorado Archeological Society, Denver Athletic Club, Equestrian Order of Holy Sepulchre, Cactus Club (president 1995-1998).

Connections

Married Janis Patton Hubner, April 13, 1951. Children: Ruth Elizabeth, Christopher Joseph, Charles Stevens.

father:
John Joseph Falkenberg

mother:
Maraba Elizabeth (Stevens) Falkenberg

spouse:
Janis Patton Hubner

child:
Charles Stevens Falkenberg

child:
Christopher Joseph Falkenberg

child:
Ruth Elizabeth Falkenberg