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Eugene Jones was born in Wilmington, MA, in 1914.  He was a Lieutenant Commander in the US Navy during World War II in the intelligence division and after the war, moved to Oklahoma City in 1951.  He graduated from OU and attended the Drexel Institute in Philadelphia then returned to Oklahoma to practice.  He and his firm were responsible for 150 churches, hospitals and buildings in the United States.  Eugene died in 1975.


Jones, Hester, Bates, Rick and Baumeister Architects


Jones House, Lindsay
Methodist Student Center, OU, Norman
Lake Hefner Recreation Center, OKC
Edmond Hospital addition, Edmond

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