Paul Murdoch

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Founder and president of Los Angeles, California-based Paul Murdoch Architects and one of the designers of the memorial to honor the passengers who brought down United Flight 93 in rural Pennsylvania on 9/11

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A view of Tower of Voices, marking the entrance to the Flight 93 National Memorial national park. Image courtesy of NPS Photo.

Tower of Voices

A view of Tower of Voices, marking the entrance to the Flight 93 National Memorial national park. Image courtesy of NPS Photo.

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