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Male, born 1925-04-05, died 2007-11-05

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Teufel, William G., Landscape Architect

Professional History

Service in the US Navy, c. 1942-1945; William G. Teufel, Landscape Architect, Seattle, WA, 1953-c. 1990. Teufel was a golf enthusiast and a notable designer of courses in the Pacific Northwest. He excelled at the sport at Seattle's Garfield High School and worked as a caddy at Broadmoor Country Club as a youth. An obituary noted: "His master planning is seen at 12 Seattle area golf courses, including the Wing Point course on Bainbridge Island, Gleneagles in Arlington and the Bellevue Golf Course in Bellevue." (See "Moment of Silence—William G. Teufel (1925-2007),"Accessed 08/20/2012.)

Founding Member, Northwest Forum, Seattle, WA; Member, American Society of Golf Course Architects, 1984-2007;

Fellow, American Society of Golf Course Architects, 1995;


Graduate, Garfield High School, Seattle, WA, c. 1943; Coursework, Washington State College, Pullman, WA, c. 1950; B.S., Landscape Architecture, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR;


Born in Fairbanks, AK, Teufel moved with his family to Seattle, WA, when he was a child. He spent his last years living on a three-acre estate in Woodinville, WA.

His parents ran a greenhouse in the Madison Park Neighborhood of Seattle, WA.

At his death, he was survived by three children (two daughters and a son), Sandy Teufel, Shaye Teufel and Mitch Teufel.

SSN: 532-12-7459;

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  • Fairbanks, AK (Architect's Birth)
    Fairbanks, AK

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