Brent English-Yount, 48, who worked as a certifier at the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, died March 28 at George Washington University Hospital.
His spouse, Charles English, said he had an aneurysm in early March, followed by a stroke.
Mr. English-Yount worked for the architectural registration council for 13 years. He monitored and assisted applicants through the process of becoming certified architects.
He previously worked at the American Bankers Association.
Brent Nelson Yount was born in Dubuque, Iowa, and received a bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Iowa in 1986. He moved to Washington in 1988 and lived on Capitol Hill.
Survivors include his partner of 12 years, whom he married in 2009, Charles “Chip” English of Washington; his mother, Betty Lee Yount of Monticello, Iowa; and a sister.
— Matt Schudel