Waltham, Massachusetts

1941 - 2018


Waltham, Massachusetts


Send Flowers

ANIS, Wagdy Died peacefully in his sleep, early in the morning of 10 March 2018. An internationally recognized architect specializing in the performance of the building enclosure, Wagdy was born in Alexandria, Egypt on 03 December, 1941. He studied architecture at Alexandria University, earning...

Read More

Guest Book

Not sure what to say?

I just learned of Wagdy's passing. I worked with Wagdy at SBRA. I will miss knowing he is out in the world somewhere. He was a wonderful person and a great source of knowledge. May he rest in peace.

Wagdy was a sensitive and supportive person. I knew him and Gretaf from mutual interests in indoor air quality at the BSA. He was a great leader that i admired greatly. He will be missed.

I met Wagdy several times in the USA at conferences and ASHRAE meetings. He was a really nice person, very knowledgeable about the field we both were engaged in Building Physics, called Building Science in the USA.

We will miss him

Dear Wagdy, rest in peace

Best boss I ever had.

Love you always!

My dearest brother i will miss you ,rest in peace till we meet again very soon

My condolences to the family. Wagdy was a school mate and friend at Victoria College, Alexandria in 1950`s and although each of us went different ways, but his memory will be with us always. God bless his soul

My sincere condolences dear Mougy my he rest in peace.

To the Anis family
May peace and comfort find you during this difficult time. May his soul rest in peace.
Laila Sammakia

In one's life, if you are fortunate enough, a mentor will adopt you and bring you into areas of knowledge that expand your expertise. Wagdy Anis was indeed such a mentor. He knew that I was not a licensed professional but had great interest in learning about Building Science. He was my go to guy with questions and where to get more information. He corrected me when I had it wrong and he listened when I challenged the status quo. When I had it right, he defended my assertions when challenged...