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Fellowship is among the highest honors the ASLA bestows on members and recognizes the contributions of these individuals to their profession and society at large based on their works, leadership and management, knowledge, and service.

The designation of Fellow is conferred on individuals in recognition of exceptional accomplishments over a sustained period of time. Individuals considered for this distinction must be full members of ASLA in good standing for at least ten years and must be recommended to the Council of Fellows by the Executive Committee of their local chapter, the Executive Committee of ASLA, or the Executive Committee of the Council of Fellows.

 

CONGRATULATION TO THE 2018 TEXAS ASLA FELLOWs

2018

Jereck Boss, ASLA
OJB Landscape Architecture
Houston, Texas

Jereck Boss, of OJB Landscape Architecture, received his nomination, in Works, from the Texas Chapter. Boss has brought his considerable skills to bear on a broad range of institutional, corporate campus, mixed-use and large-scale urban design projects, including walkable and innovative streetscapes. He has a deep respect for natural topography and considers the backdrop of each landscape as a vital part of the whole composition. To each project, he brings a philosophy that good design should not be neutralized by limitations. Instead, apparent constraints should catalyze and inspire better design because they push designers to come up with creative solutions that would otherwise not be considered. Both Boss’s clients and fellow professionals from all disciplines have great admiration, first and foremost, for his integrity, but also for the depth of his technical ability, commitment to collaboration, sensitivity to environmental needs and respect for the communities served by his award-winning designs.

David Lennox Hocker, ASLA
Hocker Design Group
Dallas, Texas

David Lennox Hocker, of Hocker Design Group, received his nomination, in Works, from the Texas Chapter. Hocker’s work is known for the unique use of recycled and regionally sensitive materials, which he employs in unexpected and precisely executed ways. He has a keen sense of scaled relationships and construction detailing, and drawing on his Texas roots, he has mastered a unique design vocabulary rooted in regional landscapes and native plants. His unique and awarded projects are contextual, deeply considered, thoroughly researched and masterfully detailed. The results are crafted, visually exciting sustainable environments enriching the lives of the owners, the community and our profession. Hocker is renowned as a careful listener and a true collaborator who places the pragmatic needs of the client and the project at the forefront of his sophisticated and fresh design approach. His clients enjoy his honesty, hard work, knowledge and creativity, attributes which have garnered his firm over 30 design awards. 



2017

Robert Richardson

2016

Timothy Peterson
Pat Taylor, PhD


2015

Steven Spears 
Ronald Trageser 

2014

Keiji Asakura
William Tary Arterburn

2013

Charles S. McDaniel
Scott Slaney
David Thompson

2012

Forster O. Ndubisi

2010

James P. Richards
Earl Broussard

2009

Cleveland Turner, III

2008

Harlow Landphair
Douglas L. Mann

2007

Kevin M. Shanley

2006

Shelia M. Condon

2005

Alon Kvashny

2004

James D. Burnett
Frederick R. Steiner

2003

James w. Gray, Jr.

2002

Karl Von Bieberstien
Jon Rodiek
Randy Sorensen

1999

Jean Stephans Kavanag

1998

J. Robert Anderson
H. Rowland Jackson

1996

Lewis T. May
Thomas A. Musiak
Gary O. Robinette

1992

Debra L. Mitchell

1993

John E. Cutler
Robert L. Frazer

1987

 

Donald B. Austin

1986



 Clare A. Gunn

1984

James E. Keeter

1978

Calvin Thomas Bishop