Bero Architecture Founders, John and Cheryl Bero, Have Retired

John and Cheryl Bero have officially announced their retirement. John’s retirement took effect at theĀ end of the year and Cheryl will fully retire at the end of February. Although their retirement has been expected, we had not been sure when until mid-December. John established the firm in 1976 and managed it with Cheryl’s help until 2008. John dedicated his architectural career to thorough, meticulous, and meaningful preservation of historic structures (not to mention good grammar!). His time and talent has left an indelible mark on the historic fabric of the built environment in the greater Rochester region and beyond. We are grateful for the privilege to have learned from and worked together with John and Cheryl over the past 38 years. We wish John and Cheryl all the best for a happy and fulfilling retirement.

John Page, Virginia Searl, Richard Osgood, Jennifer Ahrens, Mary Mitchell, Lindsay Yoder, Katie Comeau, Chris Brandt

John’s official letter of retirement can be read below: