Tadeusz Andrzej Eubig
Architect, graphic designer
Born Jul. 10, 1910, Irena, Poland; came to U.S., 1949; son of Karol and Aleksandra (Gorecka); married Irena (Rudzinska); child: Casimir.
Education: Master of Arts (M.A.) (in architecture), Technical University of Warsaw (Poland), 1937.
Career: architect, Main Railroad Station Construction Office, Warsaw, 1938-39, Office of Chief Engineer, U.S. Army in Germany, Frankfurt, Hanau, 1945-49: design architect, Gibbs & Hill, New York City, 1954-62, 1969-75, and architectural offices in Arizona and California, 1962-64. Retired.
Author: translator, Budownictwo (manual), 1947.
Member: scout leader, Polish Scouting - Zwiazek Harcerstwa Polskiego (Z.H.P.), 1922-39. Polish Scouting in America - Z.H.P., Yonkers (NY), since 1956; teacher (geography, history), St. Casimir Church Polish Supplementary School, Yonkers, 1970-90; supporting member, Polish Assistance - Polska Bratnia Pomoc; Polish Army Veterans Association - Stowarzyszenie Weteranow Armii Polskiej (S.W.A.P.) (past commander, Post 84); Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences of America (P.I.A.S.A.); Polonia Technica.
Honors: European - African Theater Ribbon, Office of the Chief Engineer, U.S. Army in Germany, 1947; Sept. '39 Cross, Polish Government in Exile, London (United Kingdom), 1989; Gold Medal, 50th Anniversary of Polish Army Veterans Association - Stowarzyszenie Weteranow Armii Polskiej (S.W.A.P.), 1993.
Served with: Polish Army, Artillery, 2nd lieutenant, 1937-39; Sept. '39 Campaign; Prisoner of War (POW) in Germany, 1939-45.
Affiliation: Roman Catholic
Languages: Polish, English, German
Hobbies: scouting, Polish history, photography
Home: 28 Valley Close, Yonkers, NY 10705
From: "Who's Who in Polish America" 1st Edition 1996-1997, Boleslaw Wierzbianski editor; Bicentennial Publishing Corporation, New York, NY, 1996