Male, born 1926-06-16, died 2000-11-02

Associated with the firms network

Bogard / Hewitt, Architects; Bogard, Donald W., and Associates, Architects; Miller/Hull and Bogard, Architects

Professional History


Apprentice pattern maker, Naval shipyard, Seattle, WA, c.. 1950.

Principal, Donald W. Bogard and Associates, Architects, Kent, WA. This firm focused on the design of school buildings.

Partner, Bogard / Hewitt Architects, Kent, WA.

Partner, Miller/Hull and Bogard, Architects, Seattle, WA, c.1989.



B.Arch., University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Seattle, WA, 1953.



Donald Warren Bogard was born in the Kitsap County port city of Bremerton, WA, long the home of an important US Naval shipyard.

The 1950 US Census listed the 23-year-old Bogard as living in an apartment house at 1818 East 45th Street near the University of Washington campus. He may have worked as an apprentice pattern maker and as an architecture student at the University of Washington at this time.


His parents were Myra Bogard and Vaughn Bogard.

In 1940, Vaughn Bogard worked as a laborer at the Bremerton's Puget Sound Naval Shipyard.


Board married Phyllis J. Harding on 12/23/1950. (See King County Marriage Records, 1855-2017 - Donald W Bogard - Phyllis J Harding, King County Marriage Records, 1855-2017, Washington State Archives, Digital Archives,, accessed 12/14/2023.)

Biographical Notes

His World War II draft registration card listed Bogard as Caucasian. with a light complexion, brown eyes and red hair. He stood 6-feet, 1/2-inch tall and weighed 165 pounds at age 18.

PCAD id: 3794