Alumni - In Memorandum

In loving memory of our Alumni. If you would like to share your memory with us, please send your thoughts to architecture@calpoly.edu.

 

In Memory of David Valentine Schubert

august 18, 2016

Alumnus (1954 College of Arch and Environmental Design)
B.S. 1954 College of Arch and Environmental Design (Major: Architectural Engineering)

David Valentine Schubert, NCARB, AIA, age 84 of Bluebell, Pennsylvania and formerly of Peabody, Massachusetts passed August 14, 2016 after a long and full life. Dave was born in Orange, New Jersey on November 30, 1931 to the late Joseph and Louise Schubert. Dave received his B.S. in Architectural Engineering from California State Polytechnic University, and is a life member of Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity. Dave was a practicing architect for six decades, having designed many college/university athletic facilities and natatoriums from northern New England to North Carolina.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in honor of Dave may be sent to the Architecture Department at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo to support student scholarships. Donations may be made on-line at www.caed.calpoly.edu/caed-giving or by mail to Cal Poly, Architecture Department, 1 Grand Ave., San Luis Obispo, CA 93407-0282 (with notation: In Memory of David V. Schubert). 

The full obituary can be read at www.legacy.com/obituaries/bostonglobe/obituary.aspx?pid=181102003#sthash.Oeon0jWH.dpuf.

In Memory of John Williams

July 18, 2016

Alumnus (1973 College of Arch and Environmental Design)
BARCH 1973 College of Arch and Environmental Design (Major: Architecture)

Longtime Northside Missoula resident, John Williams, 65, died on Wednesday, July 20, 2016, at peace and with much grace as his wife gently held him. Despite living through years of the compounding challenges of Early Onset Alzheimer’s Disease, he remained kind, generous, funny and loving. Now, he is free. … With a degree in architecture from Cal Poly, John then completed all but his dissertation for a Master of Urban Planning degree at the University of Waterloo. He then became one of the very early pioneers in the bicycle and pedestrian planning, and education field. … In 1972 as the 22-year old self-titled Bike Czar for the City of San Luis Obispo, California, John wrote and illustrated the City’s award-winning bike plan, one of the first in the country. He also wrote and published a newsletter called Cyclelateral Thinking adapting Edward de Bono’s lateral thinking approach to solving problems. Later John began editing a professional journal called Bicycle Forum, thus inspiring a whole new generation of bicycle and pedestrian specialists. He edited others’ articles and wrote many himself, drew illustrations and technical drawings, took photographs, and laid out each issue for nearly 20 years.

The full obituary can be read at missoulian.com/news/local/obituaries/john-williams/article_a22e1ac1-4f17-583e-a4ae-dfcda0c43850.html.

 

 

 

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