Born in Budapest, Hungary, Enid Erika Johannes-Marshall was 23 years old when she received a Bachelor of Architecture from the Budapest University of Technology in 1956. Immigrating to the United States soon thereafter, she first served as an architectural draftswoman for Fisher, Davis & Sudler Associates in Denver in 1959, holding the position for two years. Remaining in Denver, she then served in the same capacity for Earl C. Morris Architectural Associates from 1961 to 1964 and Norman Hodge Architectural Associates and Murray & Co. General Contractors in 1965. Subsequently, Ms. Johannes-Marshall became an architect for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation in Denver for 14 fruitful years between 1965 and 1979, which she cites as a career highlight. Retiring in 1994, she concluded her career as chief of the architectural section of the U.S. Bonneville Power Administration in Portland, Oregon.
Ms. Johannes-Marshall became involved in her profession due to the influence of her mother, who was a commercial artist. Surrounded by books of art from a very young age, she soon discovered upon entering secondary school that she excelled in mathematics and physics. Combining her love for art and affinity for the sciences, she decided to delve into architecture.
A past member of the architectural committee of the Home Owners Association of West Linn, Oregon, in 1985, Ms. Johannes-Marshall is renowned for her designs in fountains and landscaping for senior living communities. She won First Prize in West Linn in 1984 for her architectural designs. She has been a registered architect through the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) since 1971. Recognized by Who’s Who of American Women, Ms. Johannes-Marshall looks back fondly on her career and intends to continue enjoying retirement in the foreseeable future.
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