Former Second Vice President Jeffrey A. Huberman passed away on 16 May 2013 at his North Carolina home.
Throughout his 20 years of dedicated service to NCARB and the architecture profession, Huberman was chosen by various presidents to serve on a number of Council committees. During the 87th Annual Meeting, he was elected second vice president of the Council. He previously served as the director of the Southern Conference (Region 3).
Huberman served on the North Carolina Board of Architecture where he was elected secretary, treasurer, vice-president, and eventually president. He has chaired some of NCARB’s most integral groups, including the Reciprocity Impediments Task Force, the Committee on Procedures and Documents, and the Committee on the Intern Development Program. He also served as a writer and grader for the Architect Registration Examination® (ARE®).
In 1971, Huberman and fellow architect Harvey B. Gantt, FAIA, founded Charlotte-based Gantt Huberman Architects, a partnership that continues today. The firm recently celebrated its 41st anniversary.
Among his many honors, Huberman received the 2002 F. Carter Williams Gold Medal, the most distinguished award AIA North Carolina accords its membership. Huberman is survived by his wife, Cheryl Walker, and two children.
A memorial service will be held on Friday, 31 May 2013 at 11 a.m. at Temple Beth El in Charlotte, NC.