He was an honorable man who took these responsibilities seriously.

He was one of the first special agents assigned to the U.S. Customs Service Oklahoma City office seven years before the bombing. Paul Douglas Ice, 42, of Midwest City was a senior special agent in the U.S. Customs Service office. “The death of a member of the Customs family is always a sad occasion,” said John Hensley, special agent in charge. “The death of Senior Special Agent Ice is especially tragic under the circumstances.” Ice was a native Oklahoman who performed investigative duties for the Oklahoma City office. Ice had two daughters, Sarah and Miranda of the Oklahoma City area.

Field of Empty Chairs

Paul D. Ice
Paul D. Ice
Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building
3rd Floor
U.S. Customs

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