Cuhaci & Peterson Mourn Passing of Co-Founder Lonnie Peterson
November 23, 2020
We are deeply saddened to hear about the sudden passing of Lonnie Peterson, Co-Founder of Cuhaci & Peterson Architects Engineers and Planners in Orlando, Florida.

Lonnie was a wonderful and giving person, and his passing is a great loss to his wife Karen and so many others.

Zofia O. Jurewicz, OAA, AIA, President



A letter from Cuhaci & Peterson CEO,

Gregory N. Simpson:
It is with a heavy heart that I announce the sudden passing of our firm’s co-founder, Lonnie Peterson. Although he retired from C&P in 2016, the sound of Lonnie’s signature laugh could be heard long after his office was empty. If you ever met him, the impression he made was a lasting one. He will be missed and fondly remembered.

Founding Cuhaci & Peterson in 1978, Lonnie made a tremendous impact in the commercial design industry, helping turn a one-man office into a nationally recognized architecture and engineering firm.

Many of you knew him through his connection to the commercial real estate industry and his long association with the International Council of Shopping Centers.

We offer our condolences to his wife, Karen, and his extended family, especially Karah Wilson, his niece, who works for the firm today. As service information becomes available, we will honor the family’s wishes in our announcements.

Sincerely,

Gregory N. Simpson, CEO Cuhaci & Peterson Architects Engineers and Planners

Cuhaci & Peterson Architects Engineers and Planners

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