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Male, born 1923-09-12

Associated with the firm network

Heylman, Warren Cummings, Architect

Professional History


Heylman served in the US Navy, 1945-1952.

Principal, Warren C. Heylman, Architect, Spokane, WA, 1952- . In 1955, Heylman maintained his office in Room #422 of the American Legion Building in Spokane. (See Spokane, Washington, City Directory, 1955, p. 381.)

Professional Awards

Fellow, American Institute of Architects (FAIA), 1983.


High School/College

Graduate, Lewis and Clark High School, Spokane, WA, 1942. At Lewis and Clark, Heylman was on the track team, and served as the president of the mathematics club. He also was on the student council.

Coursework in architecture, Washington State College (WSC), Pullman, WA. He belonged to the Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity at WSC.

B.S., Architectural Engineering, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, 1945. He attended the University of Kansas as part of the V-12 Navy College Training Program. This program "... was launched to beef up the numbers of commissioned naval officers during World War II (some 125,000 participants passed through the program during and immediately after the war years)." (See Taira Sulivan, Naval History, "World War II V-12 College Training Program," published 10/01/2019, accessed 02/28/2020.)



Warren C. Heylman lived at 521 West Sound Avenue in Spokane, WA, in 1930, according to that year's US Census. This was the first of a number of addresses he and his parents would have unitl he settled down in Spokane in the early 1950s.

The 1940 US Census indicated that the Heylman Family lived in the Hotel Davenport in Spokane. (See, Source Citation Year: 1940; Census Place: Spokane, Spokane, Washington; Roll: T627_4386; Page: 81B; Enumeration District: 41-72, accessed 05/03/2017.)

In 1955, Heylman resided at 3620 West Drive in Spokane. (See Spokane, Washington, City Directory, 1955, p. 381.) He was reported to have lived at the same address in 2002. (See, Source Citation City: Spokane Telephone Directory 1995; State: Washington; Year(s): 2002, accessed 05/03/2017.) Heylman designed this residence for himself and his family.


His father was William Harry Heylman (b. 05/03/1880 in Eau Claire, WI-d. 09/13/1957 in Spokane, WA), his mother, Jane Heylman (born c. 1881 in MN). In 1940, William worked as the assistant manager of an automobile dealer.

Warren was the younger of two children. His sister, Harriette Heylman Rowles (born c. 1914 in VA), was about 10 years older than he. She married Donald J. Rowles in Maricopa, AZ, on 07/24/1942.


He married Kathryn L. Heylman.


He had two children: William Warren Heylman (1953-2003) and Ann B. Heylman Martin. She married David Russell Martin on 08/03/1978. William worked as a lawyer specializing in medical liability cases, and died in Seattle, WA, just before his fiftieth birthday.

Associated Locations

PCAD id: 7496