In 1946 Jack Alan Bialosky, Sr. returned home from World War II having served in the Navy. He attended the Yale School of Architecture which exposed him to Frank Lloyd Wright, Eliel Saarinen, and Louis Kahn, before earning his degree in 1949. Exuberance in a post-WWII America, combined with confidence in his own ability, led Jack Sr. to open his own practice in his Shaker Square apartment in 1951.
He is remembered as a daring architect, a brilliant painter, and a great storyteller. He prioritized family above all else, which continues to be a tenet of our firm. We would not be together if not for him.
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