Co-Chairs Rick & Claire Cormier Thielke and Susie & Sanford Criner
President's Award recipient Bob Eury
Anna Mod, Delaney Harris-Finch
Jeff Kaplan, Adam Brackman, Elise Capers, Monte Large
Deborah Keyser, Natasha Azizi, André Azizi
Ben Koush, Ann W. Jones
Campbell and Annie Eifler
Clark Lord, Jenn Char
Deborah Keyser, Deborah Duncan, Deborah Wrigley
Yvonne & Rufus Cormier
Rives Taylor, Lori Coonan
Edna Ramos, John Cryer
Julia Retta, Patrick Hall
Glen Rosenbaum, Travis Peiffer, Rita Leader, Mark Albright
Linda Petersen, Jeff Granberry, Erin Granberry, Claire Granberry
Ryan Leach, Brian Redmond
Where: River Oaks Country Club
PC Moment: There were applause and more applause when 13 projects aimed at saving the Houston’s architectural history were honored with the coveted Good Brick Awards.
Among those recognized for excellence in historic preservation were the repurposing of the Melrose Building (1952) as Le Méridien Houston Downtown and Central Houston’s Bob Eury who received the Preservation Houston President’s Award for his role in downtown’s revitalization. Presenting the award, Preservation Houston president Deborah Keyser referred to Eury as “the real heartbeat of downtown Houston.”
See information on all the Good Brick Award winners here.
Susie and Sanford Criner joined forces with Claire Cormier Thielke and Rick Thielke as chairs of the evening that was supported by 380 guests and raised $235,000.
Who: Barbara and Gerald D. Hines, CeCe and Mack Fowler, Sissy and Denny Kempner, Adriana and Mark Monroe, Yvonne and Rufus Cormier, Anna Mod, Rives Taylor, Delaney Harris-Finch, Jeff Kaplan, Adam Brackman, Elise Capers, Monte Large, and Natasha and Azizi André.