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In Memoriam

In Memoriam of Larry S. Waetzman

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We’re sad to report on the passing of Larry S. Waetzman, AICP, PP.  His experience and credentials include: Four Decades of responsible professional planning, charter member of American Institute of Certified Planners, New Jersey licensed Professional Planner, Master’s degree from University of Wisconsin at Madison, Bachelor’s degree from Franklin and Marshall College, Faculty member at continuing   

In Memoriam of Elaine Moranz

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Elaine Moranz, Delaware County Planning Director in the mid-1970’s died of ovarian cancer on October 27th 2011 at Bryn Mawr Hospital. Born in Clayton, Missouri, Elaine attended the University of Michigan, where she met her future husband, Joel Moranz. After graduation in 1968, Elaine and Joel moved to Philadelphia to pursue further studies at the   

In Memoriam of Arthur F. Loeben

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Arthur F. Loeben, 92 of Gwynedd, PA died on October 18, 2011 at Foulkeways. He was the beloved husband of the late Billie Joe (Teague) Loeben. He was born in Gloversville, NY on September 20, 1919 to the late Arthur F. and Ruth M. (Degnan) Loeben, Sr. Mr. Loeben served our country with distinction in   

In Memoriam of Glenn Taggart

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Company founder and Vice President Glenn Taggart worked in the planning sectors of transportation and economic development as well as consulting in public involvement and project management for nearly 40 years. He passed April 2, 2011.  Recognizing that his professional talents centered on project management and direction of projects to ensure that they move with   

In Memoriam of Edmund Bacon

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Edmund Bacon, 95, the brilliant, irascible city planner who spent much of the first part of the 20th century reinventing Philadelphia and the American city and much of the latter part defending his achievements, died yesterday of natural causes at his Center City home, according to family members. He suffered in recent years from a   

In Memoriam Is Stollman

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For decades, the name Israel Stollman, FAICP, was synonymous with urban planning. Known for his comprehensive view of the field, Stollman was instrumental in the 1978 consolidation of two planning groups into one national organization, the American Planning Association. Stollman, who served as APA’s executive director from 1978 to 1993, died February 2, 2005, from   

In Memoriam Frederick “Fred” Haigh Bair, Jr.

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Fred Bair, Jr., a planning pioneer and author who enjoyed a varied career in government and private practice, died February 14, 2005, in Auburndale, Florida. He was 89. He is “part of a disappearing breed of generalist planners,” wrote AICP President Daniel Lauber, AICP, in 2000 when he nominated Mr. Bair for APA’s Distinguished Leadership