Jack Bialosky Sr. dies at the age of 94 due to natural cause. He died on Tuesday at the Judson Retirement Community in Cleveland. His son, Jack Bialosky Jr. who is also an architect spoke of his death to the public.
His wife was Marilyn Bartow Bialosky for 69 years, he lost her in 2018. Bialosky Sr. leaves behind his four children. They are Jack Jr. (Ronni) of Cleveland; William, of New York; Ellen Rice (Richard), of Denver and Richard (Karen) of Cleveland.
Bialosky Sr. had a sister, Mina Wirtshafter who passed away. He also has a step-brother, Daniel Lewis and eight grandchildren in total.
The family is yet to announce a memorial date. Suburban Temple-Kol Ami, 22401 Chagrin Blvd., Beachwood is the address for all contributions.
Bialosky Sr. was an architect who reshaped the suburbs through his elegant and modern houses. He was a Northeast Ohio architect who became influential after the World War II. This is because of his single-family houses that incorporated the sleek and stylish look to suburbs in the East Side.
Bialosky Sr.’s life and career
Bialosky Sr. was born in the year 1925 in Cleveland. After high school, he went to the University of Michigan, hoping to play football but was drafted into the U.S. Navy. He went to Bates College in Lewiston, Maine under the supervision of the Navy. Here he played football and studied naval architecture.
He earned a Bachelor’s degree in architecture from the prestigious Yale University in the year 1949 and later went back to earn a master’s degree as well.
Bialosky Sr. joined a small practice with the architect Charles Cecil Coleman. He then founded the firm Bialosky Cleveland, which operated on the second-floor office at Shaker Square.