During a long and distinguished career, Mr. Evers switched between private practice and public service.An activist in eradicating urban blight, he chaired the Citizens Committee for Sign Improvement, which successfully fought to get free-standing billboards removed from residential neighborhoods in San Francisco, in the 1960s.Mr. Evers was involved in the opening of the Alpine Meadows ski area, which opened in 1961, and Boreal Ridge, which opened in 1964.On his mother’s side, the Dohrmann family owned and operated the Emporium department store.Among his designs was the long-gone Hamm’s Brewery, noted for its twinkling sign of a glass filling with golden beer.Mr. Evers soon took a position as a legal assistant with the Securities and Exchange Commission in Washington.By the end of the dinner, they had shaken hands to form the Tahoe Improvement and Conservation Association.By the late 1970s, Mr. Evers was involved in public policy, and in 1977 he served as president of SPUR, the San Francisco Bay Area Planning and Urban Research Association.In his later years, he became involved in the Gladstone Institutes, a nonprofit medical research institution in San Francisco.Mr. Evers was a founding member of the President’s Council and served as chair of the Stem Cell Science Team.
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