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2012 President's Message Playing the Architect Card: I left work and went directly to Troy’s lovely downtown square to try my hand at my first Plein Air painting. There were crowds of people as the sidewalk sales were in full swing. I found my painting teacher who had everything all set up for me on one corner of the square, just off the sidewalk. It was a primo spot with a perfect view of the roundabout’s center fountain. Architrave is a yearly publication of AIA Dayton, a chapter of the American Institute of Architects, a non-pofit organization serving the needs of its member architects.

AIA DAYTON BOARD PRESIDENT Julie Sabourin, AIA PRESIDENT-ELECT Matt Sauer, AIA TREASURER Patrick Hillier, AIA SECRETARY Chris Graham, AIA DIRECTOR Steve Sharp, AIA DIRECTOR Fernando Oseguera, AIA ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR Rick White, Associate AIA ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR Justin Farmer, AIA AIA OHIO DIRECTOR Brad Garmann, AIA PAST PRESIDENT Jim Faulkner, AIA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Jane Treiber PO Box 342, West Milton, OH 45383 Phone: 937.291.1913 Fax: 937.698.6153 E-mail:

As I focused on painting, my teacher proceeded to tell me that the owner of the gallery wanted her to move off the sidewalk and against the wall. My teacher told her that there wasn’t room for her pupil (me) who was due to arrive shortly. The gallery owner balked. “Then I told her that you were an architect and had important work to do and when you finished you would be here. I played the architect card and she was impressed and backed off,” said my teacher.

How do you perceive your role as an “Architect” looks to others? I was reminded that day that it’s much more respected by others than I realized. We get so caught up in our day to day activities at work and forget that it is a great profession, one that is well respected. As a member of AIA Dayton your role is positive in helping to shape environments and communities into safe, healthy and sustainable places to live and work. Here is a reminder that it is the AIA’s mission to serve as the voice of the architecture profession and as the resource for its members in service to society. We are dedicated to the highest standards of professionalism, integrity and competence. Only those individuals who are members in good standing are entitled to use the “AIA” designation following their name. There are many changes occurring at the National and State levels of the AIA this year, trying to keep the organization relevant to the next generation. This year also brought many changes in Ohio’s construction laws for public work. We have much work to do in the next few years to keep our profession strong and viable. We are a small group in comparison to other professions. We must promote our members and our profession to keep our voices heard. Please recognize that beyond your day to day work activities, your help and support is needed to address these changes. It’s been my honor to serve this year as your president and promote our members and our profession. Please contact me with any ideas you have to help your business and our profession. Best regards, Julie Sabourin, AIA President, AIA Dayton



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Both 2011 and 2012 saw more great collaboration with Rebuilding Together Dayton and tremendously successful Rebuilding Days. On both April 30, 2011 and April 28, 2012 as a part of national rebuilding day, 250,000 volunteers in 1,880 cities and towns rehabbed over 4,000 houses. AIA Dayton members came out to do their part and be a part of a national effort to help less fortunate homeowners complete much needed repairs and upgrades that they would otherwise not be able to do themselves. For the 2011 effort, the house that AIA Dayton took on was located at 1235 Patterson. Through the combined efforts of all participants, we were able to pour a new back stair for the elderly homeowner, repair siding and handrails, replace doors and light fixtures, and paint both the 2-story house and the garage. To complete the job, we were able to spruce up the place a little more with some landscaping in the front yard. In 2012, 2602 Riverview Ave. was the project house and our team managed to replace a portion of the bathroom floor, patch a hole in the garage wall, repair a back door lock, and paint the whole house and the garage. A big thank you to all members, family, and friends that came out to get their hands dirty in support of the effort. A special thank you to the 2011 co-house captain team of Natalie Snyder, Andrew Circle, Steve DeMange, Ben Cripe, Amanda Stacey, Jim Faulkner, and Chris Graham and our 2012 co-captains Steve DeMange and Andrew Circle. We hope to continue this relationship with Rebuilding Together Dayton and look forward to our participation growing with each passing year. Be sure to mark the last Saturday in April every year on your calendars to come out and support this great national program and your chapter!


AIA Dayton 2011-12 Student Design Program

Over the past two years, we have seen participation in our Student Design Program soar to 50 students in 2011 and 60 students in 2012. For the past 30 years, AIA Dayton has teamed with local organizations such as The Masonry Institute of Dayton, Contech Design, Heapy Engineering, and Life Basics Inc. to hold a design competition for high school students, dubbed Art in Architecture. This competition allows high school students in our nine county area an opportunity to work with local architects and architectural students from Miami University over the course of three weekends. Over the course of the program students are introduced to approaches to design, space planning, site planning, and the many communication and presentation techniques. At the culmination of the project, each student submits an original design with drawings and renderings on a 20x30 presentation board. Judging is held without the students present so the presentation board needs to “stand on its own.� The top two projects are awarded scholarships. Several local drafting classes have used the Student Design program as part of their curriculum for the winter quarter.


From Left to Right:

AIA Dayton Scholarship Awards

Patrick Herron -2011 and 2012 Recipient Natalie Snyder -2012 Recipient Spencer Kerivan -2011 Recipient

The AIA Dayton Architecture Scholarship Fund of The Dayton Foundation was established in 1997 to encourage and assist students graduating or graduated from high schools in the Dayton/Miami Valley Region to pursue a degree in architecture at a college or university with an NAAB accredited architecture program. Scholarship recipients were selected on the basis of their academic achievements, artistic talent, and an essay about their educational and career goals as they relate to the field of Architecture. The scholarships are funded through the generous donations of AIA Dayton Members, contributions from AIA Dayton, and through a matching funds grant from the American Institute of Architects. The fund is advised by AIA Dayton. The Dayton Chapter of the American Institute of Architects is proud to honor its 2011 and 2012 Architecture Scholarship recipients. AIA Dayton awarded a total of $4,000 in scholarships over the past two years to three outstanding students from the Dayton/Miami Valley Region. These three deserving students are Patrick Herron, receiving the award in both 2011 and 2012, Spencer Kerivan, in 2011, and Natalie Snyder, in 2012.

Patrick Herron, a 2008 graduate of Springfield’s Catholic Central High School, was awarded a $1,000 scholarship each of the past two years and has continued his architecture studies at the Knowlton School of Architecture at The Ohio State University. He plans to enroll in graduate school in the fall. Spencer Kerivan, a 2011 graduate of Kettering Fairmont High School, was awarded a $1,000 scholarship. He has completed his studies at Miami University in Oxford this past year and will be starting his graduate studies at Harvard in the fall. Natalie Snyder, 2004 graduate of Kettering Fairmont, was awarded a $1,000 scholarship and is currently enrolled in The Ohio State University Graduate School - Knowlton School of Architecture.


2011 AIA Dayton Golf Outing

In August 85 determined golfers took over Bellbrook's Sugar Valley Country Club to enjoy mid-70 degree temperatures and the company of those in the building and design trades. The four person "Best Ball" Scramble began with a bang following a BBQ lunch sponsored by Shook Construction. Each foursome took their shot at hole 15, the $10,000 Hole-in-One Competition sponsored by ARC Central - Dayton. The watering holes sponsored by Chapel Electric and Becker Construction were scattered around the course. Element IV was handing out cold Snickers at hole 1 while The Blue Book promoters were playing guessing games to win golf towels. During the Masonry Institute of Dayton sponsored dinner, golfers collected door prizes and enjoyed a juicy Country Club steak dinner. Pella Sales, who sponsored the driving range, gave


away a loaded cooler door prize. Bill Williams introduced this year's two AIA Dayton Scholarship Recipients, Spencer Kerivan and Patrick Herron accompanied by family members. As a result of the numerous mulligan purchases and the Mulligan Match sponsored by the Masonry Institute of Dayton, a $2,570 check was presented to the AIA Dayton Scholarship. The Longest Putt skill prize went to Matt Fleisher while Frank Niekamp won the Longest Men’s Drive. Craig Edmonston was Closest to the Pin and Julie Sabourin claimed the Longest Woman’s Drive. Winners of this year's 2011 AIA Dayton Golf Outing, with a score of 46, was the combined team of Ward Scantlin, Bill Williams, Scott Straton and Jason Ross. Thank you golfers, sponsors, and committee members for doing your part to make last year’s event a great one and helping us to raise money for the scholarship fund.

Annual AIA Grassroots Conference

Our chapter was well represented at the AIA Grassroots Leadership and Legislative Convention in Washington D.C. The theme of the conference in 2011, "Design | Voices", highlighted AIA’s promotion of “Rebuild and Renew: The AIA's Plan for Rebuilding Main Street". This year’s conference was themed LEADERSHIP, ADVOCACY, COMMUNICATIONS. The AIA advocacy team was promoting “Rebuilding the American Dream: The AIA’s Plan for Economic Recovery”. 2011 attendees were Jim Faulkner, AIA Dayton President and Jane Treiber, AIA Dayton Executive Director. Both Jim and Jane were excited to meet with staff from the offices of Congressman Michael Turner, Congressman Steve Austria, and Congressman Jim Jordan as well as tour the little house at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. In these meetings they were able to discuss what the AIA is doing to better our nation’s built environment as well as learn what both the AIA and our congressmen are doing to advocate for our profession on the Hill.

In 2012, Julie Sabourin, AIA Dayton President, Matt Sauer, AIA Dayton President-Elect, Brad Garmann, AIA Ohio Director, Brian McAlexander, Associate AIA, and Jane Treiber, AIA Dayton Executive Director made the trip to the Hill for meetings with staff members from the offices of Congressman Michael Turner, Congressman Steve Austria, and Congressman Jim Jordan. For more than 150 years, the AIA has served as the voice of not only America’s architects, but of the millions of people who depend upon them to design safe and sustainable buildings. The more than 75,000 members of the AIA are committed to advancing policies that promote economic growth and job creation. More than that, AIA architects and allied professionals are working in every community across the country to revitalize neighborhoods, conserve precious resources and make the country competitive again. Above: Steve Eichinger, Legislative Assistant to Congressman Jim Jordan met with Brian McAlexander, Associate AIA, Matt Sauer, AIA, Brad Garmann, AIA, Julie Sabourin, AIA, and Jane Treiber (not pictured) at AIA Grassroots 2012. At left: Jim Faulkner, AIA, and Jane Treiber met with George Poulios, Legislative Director to Congressman Jim Jordan at AIA Grassroots 2011.


2011 Ohio Valley Region Convention:

It doesn’t happen very often; in fact, it’s not scheduled to happen for another 35 years, but from September 15 – 17, 2011, AIA Dayton was host to the AIA Ohio Valley Region (OVR) Convention. The last AIA Ohio Convention was held in Dayton in 1996, but this was the first AIA OVR meeting in Dayton for the memberships of AIA Ohio, AIA Indiana and AIA Kentucky.

Dan Maginn and Josh Shelton discussed the wide variety of ways that their firm, el dorado, inc., engages design-build methodologies, the arts, and the community.

The convention featured a variety of keynote speakers, educational programs, networking opportunities, association meetings and awards programs. The convention brought together more than 360 architects, associates and others in the industry who were able to participate in many of the more than 30 events and programs developed to address the needs of both emerging professionals and seasoned architects. These programs included several keynote presentations, including a presentation by Brad Dunning on Alexander Girard, a presentation of "Barn Variants" by De Leon & Primmer Architecture Workshop, and a Friday afternoon presentation by el dorado inc. of Kansas City, titled "Work in Progress". The AIA Ohio Design Awards program was also held as part of Thursday's Luncheon. This year’s programs offered the opportunity to select from over 45 different CE opportunities over the three days of the event. Included in these programs was the "Unconvention". This unique program was developed to bring together associates and emerging professionals in an educational track geared to meet the needs of the newest members of the architectural profession.


Roberto de Leon, Jr. and M. Ross Primmer discussed their studio's work that has been focused around celebrating, exploiting, and deconstructing the archetype of the traditional farm barn.

The events and programs also provided an opportunity for each of the three state components to hold their annual meetings. As part of the Thursday morning meeting, AIA Ohio elected new officers for 2012. Elected as the incoming President was Jud Kline, FAIA, AIA Cleveland; PresidentElect, Mike Schuster, FAIA, AIA Cincinnati; Secretary of the Board, Elizabeth Murphy, FAIA, AIA Akron; and the newest member of the board, as Treasurer, Jim Sarks, AIA, AIA Toledo. The conference also included several networking and recognition opportunities. The Icebreaker Reception was held at the Taj Ma Garaj and included food, drinks and the first ever AIA Ohio Design Slam. Three teams – Miami University, University of Cincinnati, and Team Indiana – were given a design assignment and one hour to complete it. Their work was projected onto a screen for all to see as they progressed through the challenge. Attendees voted for their favorite design in the end (Indiana) and the sale of vote tickets earned over $400 for The Dayton Foodbank. Thanks to Haworth for sponsoring the DesignSlam and for bringing Bill Black to town to MC the event. Thanks to Advanced Solutions for the design software and projection equipment and to Elements IV and Haworth for both providing the emcee and donating prizes. A Celebrating Excellence Awards Celebration was held on

Bill Black, MC, from Haworth, played to the crowd, while the teams feverishly worked on their designs during the Design Slam at the Taj ma Garaj.

Friday evening at the Schuster Center in Downtown Dayton. Paul Muller AIA, was 2011 recipient of the AIA Ohio Public Service Award, and Bruce Sekanick AIA, 2011 recipient of the AIA Ohio Mentor Award. The AIA Ohio Gold Medal Firm Award was presented to MSA Architects of Cincinnati, represented by Michael Schuster, FAIA. The 2011 AIA Ohio Gold Medal Award was presented to Hal Munger FAIA, of Munger, Munger & Associates Architects, Inc of Toledo. The Gold Medal Awards are the highest recognition presented to individuals and firms by AIA Ohio. Following the Awards Celebration on Friday evening were fantastic Dining by Design architectural tours and dining experiences. The options for these tours included many of the city's great dining establishments, watering holes, churches, towers, and residences. The area design tours on Saturday were equally well received by attendees.

Above: As a part of the Friday night Dining by Design tours, after visiting a small selection of the art galleries located downtown and in the Oregon District, participants found themselves at The Neon for Pecha-Kucha night where they heard entertaining presentations on a wide variety of subjects.

Above: : The Awards for the state chapters were presented following hors douvers in the Winter Garden at the Schuster Performing Arts Center.

Special thanks go out to all who assisted locally, including: Jim Faulkner, AIA; Terry Welker, AIA; Chris Graham, AIA; Matt Sauer, AIA; Barry Buckman, AIA; Rick Holmes, AIA; Norm Butt, AIA; Earl Reeder, AIA; Stephen Sharp, AIA; Alan Moody, AIA; Tom Hesse, AIA; Patrick Hillier, AIA; Dan McNulty, Assoc. AIA; Brian McAlexander, Assoc. AIA; Jane Black; Kim Duncan; and Cindy Jackson.

We hope that all who attended enjoyed seeing a little bit of what Dayton has to offer and enjoyed themselves as much as we did. . Planning for the 2012 AIA Ohio convention in Cleveland is underway. Please plan on joining AIA Ohio from September 12 -15 for Body + Building/Architecture: Creating Environments for Well-Being. 9

Above: During the Ice Breaker Session on Thursday evening, convention goers got to spend some time perusing lots of rare and classic cars while catching up with their colleagues from the surrounding states. Left: One of the teams competing in the Design Slam competition shown working on their solution to the design problem as the crowd looks on during the Ice Breaker session at the Taj ma Garaj.


2012 Architecture Week X2 AIA Dayton undertook a new program this year called Architecture Week X2 (AWX2), a two week long outreach program focused on architecture and design. Matt Franklin, AIA, the Chair of the Architecture Week committee, said, “It was a great privilege to be a part of AIA Dayton’s first celebration of architecture.” Throughout downtown Dayton you could see street banners reading “Celebrating Great Architecture”. The first event on the schedule was Rebuilding Together Dayton day on April 28, where thirteen volunteers and AIA Dayton members helped repair and repaint a house on Riverview Avenue. AWX2 resumed the following Wednesday as the AIA took over a section of third base seats at Fifth Third Field for Architecture Night at the Dragons. Watching the game was only part of the fun; the game started with public recognition of AIA Dayton’s Student Design winners and AIA Dayton President Julie Sabourin threw out the first pitch.

Joe Mitolo meets with a couple during the "Speed Dating With An Architect" event at the Dayton Art Institute as a part of Architecture Week X2.

Mike Ruetschle, AIA, helps children design and build special projects during one of the workshops for children held at Dayton Art Institute as a part of Architecture Week X2.

The venue shifted across the Great Miami River for two events at the Dayton Art Institute. The DAI was host on Thursday, May 3, to the 12th volume of Pecha Kucha Night Dayton. Among the presenters were Patrick Hillier, AIA, and Terry Welker, AIA. On May 6, we returned to the DAI for Architecture Day, which offered a number of programs for families. There was free architectural advice for homeowners (dubbed “Speed Dating With An Architect”), voting for favorite local buildings, a model of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Westcott House made with cans of food, and design workshops for children. In addition, over 60 people took a behind the scenes tour of the DAI. United States Representative Mike Turner stopped by the Greater Dayton’s Favorite Architecture display, and Dayton Mayor Gary Leitzell was also in attendance.

Above: Jim Faulkner, AIA works with a homeowner during the "Speed Dating With An Architect" event at the Dayton Art Institute.

Above: Ohio State Representative, Mike Turner, and AIA Dayton PresidentElect, Matt Sauer, AIA, break from their conversation about the Greater Dayton's Favorite Architecture Efforts for a photo.

Below: The "West-can House", a sculpture of Frank Lloyd Wright's Westcott House in Springfield made entirely of cans as a part of the Dayton Can Build effort. All cans were donated to the Dayton Food Pantry following the display period.


Architecture week (con't) The second week of AWX2 was bookended by two tours led by Terry Welker, AIA . On Tuesday, there was a historic pub crawl led by Terry and Alexis Larsen, and then on Thursday, an Art Hop through downtown Dayton art galleries. The documentary showing of Urbanized: The Design of Cities took place on Wednesday, May 9, at the Neon Movies. It was well attended and after the film, the audience shared their reactions, offering different points of view of what is going on in our urban community. “This type of documentary and discussion encouraged people to get involved in their cities and communities to make them a better place to live,� said Fernando Oseguera, AIA. You could say the same about Architecture Week! At Left: AIA Dayton banners adorned many of Dayton's lightposts throughout both the OVR Convention and Architecture Week X2 Below: During consecutive nights out on the town, a Historic Bar Hop & Shot tour, led by Terry Welker, AIA and Alexis Larsen and The Art Hop and Arias tour, led byEva Buttacavolli, sampled some of downtown Dayton's finest art galeries, eateries, and watering holes.


From Tokyo to Dayton: Pecha Kucha Night It seems like a liability, but in spite of a name that is almost universally unpronounceable, Pecha Kucha Night is thriving. Started in 2003 by a pair of Canadian architects in Tokyo, there are now over 500 cities hosting regular Pecha Kucha Nights. Pecha kucha (pronounced peh-CHAK-cha) is Japanese for “chitchat”, and the phrase has an onomatopoeic relationship to the quick-but-informative lectures that make up a typical Pecha Kucha Night. Mark Dytham and Astrid Klein wanted to create a forum where architects and designers could share ideas, but were wary of architects’ tendency to ramble on. As a result, Pecha Kucha presenters may show no more (or less) than twenty Powerpoint slides, and each slide is timed at twenty seconds.

The topics presented don’t just cover architecture and design. At Volume #11, the presenters included Ria Megnin, who presented the architecture of Burning Man, Pat Murray, who detailed the process of creating the world’s largest claw game, city planner Kjirsten Frank, who gave an ode to walking, and Patrick Hillier, AIA, who explored the parallels between the art direction of James Bond films and the forty-year output of local architecture firm Levin Porter Associates. Pecha Kucha Night Dayton holds four events per year. More information about upcoming about upcoming shows can be found on Facebook at and at the Pecha Kucha international site,

Dayton has hosted thirteen Pecha Kucha Nights since 2009, when Jill Davis, the first local volunteer organizer, put on the first PK Night Dayton at the former C-Space downtown. Three PK Nights have been sponsored by AIA Dayton, including Volume #2 at the Excelsior Building, Volume #8 at the Neon Movies, and Volume #11 at the Dayton Art Institute, the latter as part of Architecture Week X2. AIA Dayton board member Matt Sauer, AIA, is also a PK Night volunteer. He said that “[Volume 11 at the DAI] was by far the classiest [venue] we’ve ever been in, and it cowed our normally raucous audience into a respectful quiet.” (Heckling is allowed and even encouraged at Pecha Kucha Nights.) Left: Attendees of a recent Dayton PK night, were captivated by a number of inspiring and entertaining presentations on a wide variety of subjects. photo by Liz Cambron.


Celebrating Those Who Celebrate Us: Annual AIA Dayton Sponsor Appreciation Picnic In late September, 50 of our members descended on the Siebenthaler's Nursery in Beavercreek to join representatives from our sponsors to show our appreciation for all that our sponsors do throughout the year to help us in our mission. Grilled steaks were on the menu to compliment cold libations and great company in a beautiful setting. In addition to the delicious meal and comaraderie, AIA Dayton presented Certificates of Appreciation to Platinum, Gold, and Silver Level Sponsors. We truly do appreciate their support in helping us in our educational, public engagement, and social activities of our chapter. To round out a great evening, door prizes were awarded of books, flowers, and a Barbie Architect doll to several lucky attendees. A special thanks to Jeff Siebenthaler and all the designers at Siebenthaler Landscaping & Nursery for hosting the 2011 Sponsor picnic. The nursery is always a great setting to spend some quality downtime with our friends and colleagues.

AIA Dayton Member Firms Alan Scherr Associates, LLC

Levin Porter Associates, Inc.

Sebald Architects, Inc.

Earl Reeder Associates, Inc.

ALT Architecture, Inc.

Edge & Tinney Architects, Inc.

LJB, Inc.

Sharp Conway Architects, LLC

Annette Miller Architects, Inc.

LWC Incorporated

Snider Architecture

emArch, LLC

App Architecture

EverGreen Architects, Inc.

Matrix Architects Incorporated

The Architectural Group

Ewald Schulte, AIA

McCall Sharp Architecture

Fanning/Howey Associates, Inc.

Mitolo Studio, Inc.

Freytag & Associates, Inc.

MODA4 Design

Barge, Waggoner, Sumner, and Cannon, Inc.

Garmann/Miller ArchitectsEngineers

Pinnacle Architects, Inc.

Brightman & Mitchell Architects, Inc.

Interbrand Design Forum

Brown & Bills Architects, Inc.

John Poe Architects, Inc.

Chambers Architecture

K&A Architecture, Inc.

Architectural Resources Corporation


Rogero Buckman Architects

Roll & Associates

Ruetschle Architects

Watermark, LLC WDC Group What Art, LLC Woolpert, Inc.




AIA DAYTON MEMBERS Emeritus Members E. Lynn App AIA Mark H. Beachler AIA Richard N. Bechtel AIA Paul P. Brown AIA D. R. Cook AIA Clarence Cross AIA Thomas L. Edge AIA Leo E. Lauterbach AIA Roy M. Lively AIA Verdin A. Moll AIA Harvey J. Pierce AIA Donald A. Porter AIA Edgar L. Rapp AIA Robert E. Reed AIA John F. Ruetschle AIA Ewald Schulte AIA John H. Westenkirchner AIA Thomas W. Wurst AIA Members Daniel J. Accrocco AIA Vonda M. Alberson AIA Terry R. Aldridge AIA James M. Alt AIA Timothy J. Bement AIA David B. Bills AIA Mitchell Blankenship AIA Thomas K. Boardman AIA Christopher S. Bremer AIA Kenneth E. Brightman AIA Stephen P. Brown AIA Bradley C. Bubp AIA Barry H. Buckman AIA Norman D. Butt AIA Charles C. Chambers AIA Bill S. Claiborne AIA Elizabeth S. Cole AIA Dianna C. Conboy AIA Brian T. Connair AIA Michael S. Conway AIA

Kasey N. Corbet AIA Micheal A. Downing AIA Richard R. Drake AIA Gregory A. Drennen AIA Thomas L. Dues AIA John Fabelo AIA Ronald H. Fanning AIA Justin Kyle Farmer AIA James L. Faulkner AIA Timothy J. Finney AIA Matthew T. Franklin AIA Daniel J. Freytag AIA Virginia Maria Frick AIA Bradley T. Garmann AIA Todd A. Gindelberger AIA David Glover AIA Mark R. Graeser AIA Christopher S. Graham AIA Douglas E. Grewe AIA Brady W. Harding AIA H. Dana Harrah AIA Peter S. Harsh AIA Robert J. Hausmann AIA Steven P. Heitkamp AIA Thomas M. Hesse AIA Janna Johnson Hill AIA Patrick A. Hillier AIA Richard E Holmes AIA Michael W. Huff AIA William J. Kaly AIA Robert G. Keller AIA Donald P. Kiley AIA Steven Krahn AIA Kristie J. Krueger-Gross AIA Martin J. Lange AIA Todd D. Martin AIA Gregory C. Martz AIA Edward E. McCall AIA John T. McCreery AIA Joseph R. McIntyre AIA Joanne M. Mejias-Yancey AIA Darrell J. Menzer AIA

Annette L. Miller AIA Bruce A. Miller AIA Keith A. Miller AIA Daniel L. Miller AIA James H. Mitchell AIA Joseph N. Mitolo AIA Lamees Mubaslat AIA Manda C. Niekamp AIA Fernando Oseguera AIA Thomas M. Ovington AIA Karen S. Planet AIA Veronica G.V. Pochet AIA John A. Poe AIA Kenneth B. Raiteri AIA John C. Rausch AIA Earl L. Reeder AIA Donald J. Rethman AIA Kevin Douglas Rhodehamel AIA Douglas Brian Rich AIA Daniel C. Richhart AIA Lawrence Richter AIA James B. Riggs AIA Richard M. Roediger AIA John Roll AIA Jason H. Ross AIA Mark L. Ruetschle AIA Michael Ruetschle AIA Julie M. Sabourin AIA Matthew D. Sauer AIA Ward Scantlin AIA Alan R. Scherr AIA Maria E. Schertler AIA Elizabeth K. Schulze AIA Lora E. Sebald AIA Dara L. Sharp AIA Stephen L. Sharp AIA Jason C. Sheets AIA Jennifer Shelhouse AIA Dana V. Shoup AIA Clark A. Simmons AIA Marika Snider AIA Gary L. Snyder AIA

Edward G. Soots AIA Gary P. Spangler AIA Michael T. Taylor AIA Thomas B. Thickel AIA James V. Tinney AIA Drew Titone AIA Mike D. Twiss AIA W. Hollis Weaver AIA Marianne L. Weber AIA Terry L. Welker AIA Christopher Widener FAIA Rodney D. Wiford AIA Stephen J. Wilczynski AIA J. William Williams AIA Mark Wiseman AIA Henry G. Wulbeck AIA Daniel Johnston Wyckoff AIA Edward A. Young AIA Associate Members Muthanna A. Alqassab, Assoc. AIA Andrew J. Balow Assoc. AIA Steven C. Byington Assoc. AIA Alexandra J. Bohler Assoc. AIA Andrew Circle Assoc. AIA Steven J. DeMange Assoc. AIA Adam D. DeSutter Assoc. AIA Michael James Duke Assoc. AIA Ferdinand Ejinaka Assoc. AIA Donald R. Fosnight Assoc. AIA Andrew G. Geeting Assoc. AIA Jonathan E. Gish Assoc. AIA Matthew R. Hibner Assoc. AIA William G. Hibner Assoc. AIA Kurt R. Lamm Assoc. AIA James A. Levy Assoc. AIA Brian McAlexander Assoc. AIA Erin McNicholl Assoc. AIA Dan McNulty Assoc. AIA Ryan R. Meeds Assoc. AIA Melissa Reddy Assoc. AIA Curtis M. Resh Assoc. AIA

Sanghee Rhie Assoc. AIA Vaughn H. Ridgel Assoc. AIA Lowell E. Riegel Assoc. AIA Nathan L. Schwab Assoc. AIA Charlie Setterfield Assoc. AIA Christina Shampton Assoc. AIA Brandon Adam Shoop Assoc. AIA Micheal A. Suttle Assoc. AIA Richard C. White Assoc. AIA Richard F. Willis Assoc. AIA Christine M. Yankel Assoc. AIA

Front and back cover photographs of the St. Joseph Church by Chris Graham, AIA St. Joseph Church by Chris Graham, AIA

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