Clay Douglas Rivenbark Jr.

Clay Douglas Rivenbark Jr., 62, of Dallas, an adjunct professor in the Mayborn School of Journalism, died Sept. 5. He taught applied design at UNT. He had a 35-year career in graphic design that included working as an owner and creative director of M2 Design; teaching at the Rocky College of Art and Design in Denver; and serving as School of Design coordinator for the Art Institute of Dallas. He worked with many professional organizations such as the Dallas Society of Visual Communications, the Society of Typographic Arts and the Industrial Design Society of America. He earned his bachelor’s degree from the Institute of Design at the Illinois Institute of Technology and his master’s from Texas A&M University. He enjoyed participating in chili cookoffs and traveling, and he married his high school sweetheart in the middle of his life.

Clay Douglas Rivenbark Jr., 62, of Dallas, an adjunct professor in the Mayborn School of Journalism, died Sept. 5. He taught applied design at UNT. He had a 35-year career in graphic design that included working as an owner and creative director of M2 Design; teaching at the Rocky College of Art and Design in Denver; and serving as School of Design coordinator for the Art Institute of Dallas. He worked with many professional organizations such as the Dallas Society of Visual Communications, the Society of Typographic Arts and the Industrial Design Society of America. He earned his bachelor’s degree from the Institute of Design at the Illinois Institute of Technology and his master’s from Texas A&M University. He enjoyed participating in chili cookoffs and traveling, and he married his high school sweetheart in the middle of his life.