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October 20, 2021
Founding principal at Schreiber Starling Whitehead, Keith Schreiber, is retiring on Nov. 1. Schreiber's decision to retire comes after a 44-year professional career and 34 years since he and Phil Lane founded the firm in November of 1987. Schreiber Starling Whitehead Architects is a team of 18 architects committed to creating public architecture that reflects their clients' visions, respects the fabric of place, and celebrates the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest. Firm leadership will continue with principals Stephen Starling, Ross Whitehead and Mary Jo Lux. “It has been my great honor and privilege to work together with such a group of talented and dedicated architects. I am so very proud of the organization we are today and the impact we have had, working with and for clients who care passionately about creating and improving the public architecture that serves our communities. I could not be more excited about the future of this great organization,” said Schreiber.