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Architect

Zeno Lanier Yeates, American architect. Fellow American Institute of Architects (director 1975-1977); member Tennessee Society Architects (president 1958), Construction Specifications Institute Clubs: Kiwanis (Memphis), University (Memphis).

Background

Yeates, Zeno Lanier was born on January 9, 1915 in Atlanta. Son of Zeno Epps and Louise (Ames) Yeates.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Mississippi State University, 1937; Bachelor of Architecture, University of Pennsylvania, 1942; Master in Architecture, University of Pennsylvania, 1976.

Career

Associate, J. Frazer Smith & Associates, Memphis, 1947-1957; partner, Zeno Yeates & Associates, Memphis, 1957-1963; president, Yeates & Gaskill, Inc. (Architects), Memphis, 1963-1979; president, Yeates Gaskill Rhodes (Architects, Inc.), 1980-1985; retired, 1983. Chairman Tennessee Branch Architecture and Engineering Examiners, 1963-1967.

Volunteer Internat.Exec. Svc. Corporation; designer 11 hospitals in South America, Control American, Eastern Europe.

Membership

Fellow American Institute of Architects (director 1975-1977). Member Tennessee Society Architects (president 1958), Construction Specifications Institute Clubs: Kiwanis (Memphis), University (Memphis).

Connections

Married Elsie Lankford, June 12, 1947. Children– Zeno Ames, Arthur Lankford, Laura.

father:
Zeno Epps Yeates

mother:
Louise (Ames) Yeates

spouse:
Elsie Lankford

child:
Laura Yeates

child:
Arthur Lankford Yeates

child:
Zeno Ames Yeates