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TBE Architects’ Linda Roe Retires

TBE Architects’ Linda Roe Retires

After a career in architecture spanning more than 50 years, Linda J. Roe has announced that she will retire from her position as vice president of client development at TBE Architects.

According to a statement from TBE, “Our dear friend and colleague decided that she is ready to move on to the next phase of life, spending more time with her grandchildren and exploring personal interests.”

Roe has been instrumental in establishing and maintaining client relationships for the firm, especially those in the gaming industry.

In 1999, Barry Thalden, one of the firm’s founding partners, sought her help to establish TBE’s reputation throughout the hospitality industry, with an emphasis on Indian Country. On several occasions, he identified Roe as “the voice of our firm.”

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