Serving on the Columbus Cemetery Association (CCA) Board is William (Bill) Heyer. We are delighted to have Bill on the CCA Board and benefit from his knowledge and leadership skills. Below is a profile of Bill’s many attributes.
William Heyer is an architect with 25 years’ experience building traditional and classical architecture. His experience includes historic renovation, new construction of churches, residences, additions and furniture. Heyer’s knowledge and skills in the classical language for contemporary architecture forms the foundation for his practice.
Heyer is a graduate of the Pratt Institute of New York City and the graduate program of University of Notre Dame. He served on the Columbus Landmarks Board, is a former Board Member of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art Lake Erie Chapter, and current member of the Bexley Architecture Review.
We are extremely honored and delighted to have such an esteemed professional providing guidance in the effort to save and restore Green Lawn Abbey.
NOTE: The Columbus Cemetery Association (CCA) is the body that legally owns Green Lawn Abbey. It was formed in 1929 and has remained in existence since that time. The Green Lawn Abbey Preservation Association is a nonprofit formed in 2008 to raise awareness and appreciation of the Abbey and to raise much needed fund to restore the Abbey and improve the grounds. This article highlights William Heyer, CCA Board Member.