Design Profession: Architect
Building Types: Civic, Commercial, Educational, Religious, Residential
Edward Jackson was born in 1923 in Kaunas, Lithuania. He studied architecture at both the University of Kuanas and the Technische Hoch-Schule in Stuttgart, Germany. Jackson came to the United States in the late 1940s, and settled in Lansing, Michigan. In 1950 he joined Manson & Carver Architects as a draftsman, and was later named a partner. The firm was renamed Manson-Jackson-Wilson & Kane, then Manson-Jackson & Kane, and ultimately MJK Architects, Engineers & Planners. Jackson designed numerous notable commercial, civic, religious, and educational buildings in the Lansing metropolitan area. Mr. Jackson passed away in 2011.