Croatia Crash Claims Former Professor

Donald Terner, the president of Bridge Housing Corp. in San Francisco who died along with U.S. Commerce Secretary Ron Brown and others in a plane crash in Croatia April 3, was associate professor of architecture at Berkeley from 1976 to 1981 and associate dean for research for the Center for Environmental Design Research from 1977 to 1978.

Richard Bender, emeritus dean and professor of architecture and a longtime friend of Terner's, said Terner was a pioneer and leader in the field of affordable housing and a "shirtsleeves architect" who helped.


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