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[i]"This was just beautiful and it brings attention to his roots in Warren and Trumbull County. That's where he took his first flight and that's pretty awesome," said Warren Mayor Doug Franklin.
Armstrong sanctioned very few things in his name, but many said the Lunar Module Memorial was important to him.
The site was developed by the Perich family. Linda Perich Carpenter, who envisioned the site, and her daughter, Olivia Simpson, worked to get the memorial together.
"It was very important to Neil. That's why he came to this sight in 2003 to dedicate it, because he wanted the children to know that you can come to Warren, Ohio and go to the moon. That anything was possible," Simpson said.[/i]
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