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Manitoba History No. 89
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No. 89

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War Memorials in Manitoba
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Memorable Manitobans
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Historic Sites of Manitoba
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Memorable Manitobans: Melville James “Jim” McFeetors (1933-2014)

Architect.

Born at Winnipeg on 25 March 1933, he studied architecture at the University of Manitoba, graduating in 1955. He worked as an architect in Winnipeg for 40 years, as a partner in the firm McFeetors Tergesen Sedun Architects until 1978 and MMP/Winnipeg thereafter, until retirement in 2002. He served as President of the Manitoba Association of Architects and Chairman of Marymound Inc. He was a partner in the development and operation of the Russell Inn and Asessippi Ski area at Russell. He died on 3 June 2014 and was buried in the St. Vital Cemetery.

Sources:

“MMP/Winnipeg,” Winnipeg Free Press, 15 July 1978, page 216.

Obituary, Winnipeg Free Press, 7 June 2014.

We thank Kevin Rollason for providing additional information used here.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 21 November 2018

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