Michael Goodwin

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Michael Kemper Goodwin (April 28, 1939 – May 4, 2011)[1] was an important architect in the Phoenix, Arizona area. He also served two terms in the Arizona House of Representatives in the 1970s.[2]

Early life[edit]

He was born April 28, 1939 to Kemper Goodwin and Mary 'Mickey' Goodwin. Kemper Goodwin was another important local architect (one with two buildings on the National Register of Historic Places in Arizona) with whom Michael would later work. He was also the grandson of Garfield and Jenny Goodwin, pioneers in the city of Tempe, Arizona.[2] Like his father, he attended the University of Southern California.[1]

He joined his father's firm in 1967.[3][4] In 1978, he was the youngest person ever to become a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects.[1]

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