Jack D. Ball, the founder of Jack Ball & Associates Architects PC, has died. He was 89.
Ball died in Rogersville on Nov. 22, according to his obituary posted to GormanScharpf.com. His cause of death was not disclosed.
Ball founded the architecture firm, which today does business as Ball Architects, in 1974, according to his obituary. He worked at the firm until his retirement in 1999.
Ball founded the firm with a "mission of positively influencing the area’s built environment," according to the company's website.
The company today is led by Chris Ball, Jack's son.
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