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Paul S. Devrouax Jr. (1942-2010)

Architect Paul Devrouax Jr., who died March 22 at age 67, was a principal in the firm of Devrouax & Purnell, and helped design many landmark buildings in the Washington region, including Nationals Park, the D.C. Convention Center, Pepco building and Freddie Mac headquarters.

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Architect behind modern landmarks also broke District's color barrier
Article | When Paul Devrouax was in the Army in 1968, he was sent from his post at Fort Meade into downtown Washington to quell the rioting after the assassination of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. He patrolled the intersection of 14th and U streets NW, near the heated center of the unrest.

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