Summary: Pittsburgh acclaimed architect and daughter of ThermoKing Corp. president James F. Watson who began working for the architectural firm of Arthur Lubetz Associates in 1986 and promoted the construction of simple, affordable homes as coordinator of the "New Urban Housing" competition in Garfield in 1992, who also designed community centers in Brighton Heights and Addison Terrace, who was an adjunct assistant professor of architecture at Carnegie Mellon University from 1989 until 1995 and won a number of awards for her work.
Cause of Death: Killed in TWA Flight 800 airplane accident
Born: January 20, 1964
Died: July 17, 1996
Location: East Moriches, New York