The guest speaker of our next session will be John Madson.
Many of you know John because you’ve heard him play clarinet at church with his band, The Starry Night Quartet. But you might not know that John is also trained as an architect. He began his architecture degree in the fall of 1940 at the University of Minnesota. His studies were interrupted by WWII where he flew with the 353rd fighter group based out of England. When the war ended, John was finally able to return to school and graduate with a Bachelors of Architecture in 1950. After graduation he worked nearly 40 years as a partner with the architectural firm of Patch, Erickson, Madson, and Watten and later, as a consultant on independent projects.
John’s talk will take place in the Christy Room after a brief coffee break following the Sunday morning service.
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