Ted Fearney, Architect
Edward Maurice Fearney – 1915 – 2000
1933 – 1934 – Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island
1934 – 1939 – Bachelor of Architecture, Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
1946 – Professor, College of Architecture & Fine Art, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida
1945 – Dickey & Associates, Jacksonville, Florida
1946 – Reynolds, Smith & Hill, Jacksonville, Florida
Fearney assisted in the formation of the first student chapter in the country of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) at the University of Florida.
The Student Chapter sponsored a visiting architect program that included Richard Neutra, William Lescaze, George Nelson and Paul Rudolph. Fearney rented the gymnasium to bring Frank Lloyd Wright to the University of Florida.
1954 – 1957 –Director, American Institute of Architects (AIA) Florida North Chapter
1970 – American Institute of Architects (AIA) Florida North Chapter
1943 – 1945 – United States Navy
1949 – Honorable Mention, Hidden Talent, The Museum of Modern Art, New York City, New York
Ted Fearney Endowment Professorship in Architecture, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida
1955 – Fearney Residence, Golfview Neighborhood, Gainesville, Florida
1959 – Gregg Residence, with Architect David Reaves, Overlook Park Neighborhood, Gainesville, Florida