Calvin Cafritz Obituary, Death – Calvin Cafritz, a major real estate developer, businessman, and philanthropist in the District of Columbia, passed away on Thursday at Sibley Memorial Hospital. Cafritz’s death occurred in the hospital where he had been a patient. He was the eldest son of real estate magnate Morris Cafritz and his wife, Gwendolyn Cafritz, and the eldest of their three boys overall. He was also the eldest son of the Cafritz family. He was 91.
The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation, a charity organization that Calvin Cafritz had managed since 1989, issued the notice of his passing and released a copy of his obituary. Calvin Cafritz had served as the executive director of the foundation since 1989. The obituary did not include any details regarding the cause of death; however, it did note that he had been in charge of managing the foundation since 1989. Calvin Cafritz has held the position of director of the foundation ever since it was established in 1989.
According to the most current Form 990 that was given by the foundation, it has assets worth more than $400 million and generates more than $65 million in annual revenue and expenses combined. These figures are from the foundation. It is anticipated that a public announcement that is official in nature will be made available to the public within the next few days. In the Greater Washington area, the foundation is recognized as one of the most important and influential charity organizations. Those who knew and loved him will continue to be inspired and motivated by his “grace, elegance, discernment, passion for perfection, and resolve to make the most of every day and every situation,” as it is put in his obituary.