Paul H. Albright, 49, designed Harford buildingsPaul...

May 10, 1998

Paul H. Albright, 49, designed Harford buildings

Paul Herman Albright, a lifelong resident of Harford County and a longtime architect who designed Harford County schools, churches and department stores, died Thursday at Fallston General Hospital of a heart attack. The Aberdeen resident was 49.

Since 1980, Mr. Albright was vice president and principal of the architecture division at Frederick Ward Associates Inc. in Bel Air.

There, he made his mark as an expert in contemporary residential architecture and for commercial projects, including the Harford Mutual building and Forest Hill Bank.

Mr. Albright also enjoyed outdoor sports, including golf, and earned a private pilot license last month.

He is survived by his wife, Carman Franz Albright; two sons, Jeremiah J. Albright and Nathaniel A. Albright; and his mother, Helen Conklin Albright of the Bel Air area.

Services were held yesterday.

Pub Date: 5/10/98

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