Male, born 1900-11-13, died 1971-05

Associated with the firms network

Cote, Joseph S., Architect; Geiser, Albert A., Architect; Haynes, Charles A., Architect; Loveless, Arthur L., Architect; Schack, Young and Myers, Architects and Engineers; Stoddard and Son, Architects

Professional History

Apprentice, Joseph S. Coté, Architect, Seattle, WA, 1923-1927; Draftsman, Stoddard and Son, Architects, Seattle, WA, 1927-1928; between 1928]-1932, Casey worked with various firms in Seattle, including Schack, Young and Myers, Arthur Loveless, Charles Haynes, and Albert A. Geiser. Partner, Lowell V. Casey, Architect, Seattle, WA, 1932- ; Lowell Casey worked with his wife, Flora Allen Casey (1908-1984), to operate the office.


Born in IL, Lowell Casey came to Seattle by at least 1923. He worked in Seattle from 1923 until his death. From at least 1938-1940, Flora and Lowell lived in a duplex at 2223 Harvard Avenue North that they owned; the other unit was occupied by Lowell's mother Maude (born c. 1872 in IL) and sister, Helen (born c. 1897 in IL), who rented it for $15 per month. Lowell and Flora Casey resided and worked at 1644 10th Avenue North in Seattle in 1960.

On 08/01/1936, Lowell married Flora Allen (1908-1984), who graduated with a bachelor's of architecture degree from the University of Washington in 1931. According to the US Census of 1940, she assisted him with his practice's commissions; she had five years of university architectural training, he had only three years of high school before obtaining an apprenticeship in the Office of Joseph S. Coté in 1923.

SSN: 538-22-4836.

PCAD id: 6769