Flight 93 Memorial superintendent going to Washington post

A National Park Service official who managed the development of the Flight 93 Memorial in southwestern Pennsylvania has been promoted to a job in Washington, D.C.

Jeff Reinbold worked in Washington when he was sent to be project manager of the memorial project in January 2003. The memorial, about 70 miles southeast of Pittsburgh, is located where the hijacked United Airlines flight crashed during the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks, killing all 40 passengers and crew.

He was eventually promoted to superintendent of National Parks in Western Pennsylvania in 2011, which also included oversight of the Johnstown National Flood Memorial and other sites.

He’s returning to Washington in March as the service’s assistant director for partnerships and civic engagement.

Stephen Clark, a 29-year veteran employee, is replacing Reinbold in Pennsylvania.

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