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Two Join Mark Loudermilk Architecture

By Staff Reports, posted Nov 29, 2021
Hiral Tank
Wilmington-based Mark Loudermilk Architecture has welcomed two new employees, Hiral Tank and Lolu Uwadinma. 

Tank earned her bachelor of architecture degree from India and then came to the United States to receive her master’s degree from Louisiana State University.

After working for a firm in Baton Rouge, she moved to Wilmington to grow in her career. She loves traveling and learning about different cultures and traditions. Outside design, she loves cooking, arts and crafts and plants.

Uwadinma (pictured at right) earned his bachelor of architecture degree from Kent State University, then moved to Houston to receive a master’s degree from the University of Houston.

Uwadinma also moved to Wilmington to grow in his career.

Although he spends most of his time focused on understanding and working within his field, he has a deep love for creative designs in other fields, including various forms of digital art, animation, poetry and cartooning.

His personal interests also include eating noodles, watching thrillers, reading classical literature and listening to music.
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