Chester Disque was a well-known architect and resident of West Covington. Disque was born on July 18, 1893. Among Disque's Northern Kentucky designs include: Walton Methodist Church (1930), Lincoln-Grant Public School in Covington (1931), an addition to the Eleventh District School in West Covington (1931). The firm of Wisenall and Disque designed two homes on Emerson Road in Park Hills (1926).
Disque died on April 26, 1971 at Booth Memorial Hospital in Covington, he was 77 years of age. At the time of his death he lived at 1212 Highway Avenue in West Covington. Survivors included his wife Mae Parker Disque, a son Chester A. Disque, two stepsons Scott Matthews and William Schuhart, and a stepdaughter Helen Watt. Services were held at Ronald B. Jones Funeral Home in Ludlow with burial at Highland Cemetery in Fort Mitchell.
Kentucky Times Star, April 27, 1971, p. 8k; News Enterprise, May 6, 1971, p. 1; Social Security Death Index; Kentucky Post, February 16, 1931, p. 4, May 22, 1931, p. 1.