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Johnson Architecture founder Daryl Johnson named to Jackson Memorial High School Alumni Hall of Fame
Johnson Architecture founder and president Daryl Johnson has been named to the Jackson Alumni Hall of Fame in Jackson, New Jersey, in recognition of service to the community.
The Jackson Alumni Hall of Fame was established in 1991 to recognize graduates who have made significant contributions to their communities through charitable service and to offer scholarships to graduating seniors at Jackson high schools.
Johnson, a Jackson Memorial High School graduate, said he continues to watch with interest the happenings in his hometown and appreciates the Hall of Fame’s investment in graduating seniors.
“I am truly honored to have been chosen for this recognition and especially appreciate that the Hall of Fame supports students who excel academically and through community service,” Johnson said. “I look forward to seeing the great things accomplished by the students earning scholarships.”
Both individually and through his firm, Johnson supports a wide array of nonprofit organizations relating to his alma mater, The University of Tennessee; the field of architecture; and causes important to his company’s team members, such as the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, which the firm has heavily supported since one of the firm’s partners was diagnosed with leukemia in 2009.
About Johnson Architecture Inc.
Founded in 1994 by Daryl Johnson, AIA, Johnson Architecture is a design firm that provides architecture, planning and full in-house interior design services for facilities of all types. Johnson Architecture has designed various sized projects for numerous purposes, including commercial, educational, health care, residential, restaurant, tourism and spiritual. Notable clients include Blackberry Farm, Dollywood, Cornerstone of Recovery, First Presbyterian Church, Knoxville’s Community Development Corporation, Clayton Homes, Maryville City Schools, Maryville College, South College, RT Lodge, J.C. Holdway Restaurant and Zoo Knoxville.