Mayor Rawlings-Blake's Statement on the Passing of Frank Conaway, Sr.

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Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake Issues a Statement on the Passing of Frank Conaway, Sr.

Baltimore, MD (February 15, 2015)—Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake issued the following statement on the passing of Frank Conaway Sr.:

"My heart is heavy to learn of the passing of Frank M. Conaway, Sr. A truly dedicated public servant, he redefined what was possible for generations of African Americans in Baltimore. This month, as we celebrate the heritage and diversity of the African American experience, it is only fitting that we remember all that Frank accomplished. Baltimore is stronger today, thanks to his decades of selfless service. I extend my deepest condolences to his family during this difficult time. I know they recognize the mark Frank left on Baltimore. His legacy will remain for generations to come."

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