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Carrie A. Kiewitt - In Loving Remembrance

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It is with deepest regret and sadness that I must share the news with you that Carrie Kiewitt, HA's Senior Vice President of Membership, Communications, and Engagement, passed away suddenly on Friday following a brief illness. 

Carrie was steadfast and unwavering in her commitment to Historic Annapolis for over 21 years. Her talent, hard work, thoughtfulness, and passion inspired others and resonated through her collaborations and relationships within the heritage community, including donors, sponsors, volunteers, and vendors. Above all, Carrie was most respected by her Historic Annapolis family for her selflessness, always going above and beyond, and her kindness towards all her colleagues. Her heart of gold made a positive difference in many lives, personally and professionally. Carrie's contributions and her legacy of professionalism and compassion will live on at Historic Annapolis. 

Please click here for more information, and to express condolences to her family. 

In lieu of flowers, Carrie's family has requested donations be made to Historic Annapolis. Donations to the Carrie A. Kiewitt Memorial Fund can be made here

Our thoughts are with her parents, siblings, family and friends who will continue to grieve her loss.

Sincerely,

Robert C. Clark
President & CEO
 

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