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Carmen Michael Fanzone (Arch ’09) of Columbia, Maryland, died August 15, 2016. At the University, Mr. Fanzone was on the Dean’s List and was an active member of Young Democrats. After graduation, he moved to Brooklyn, New York, where he worked for Cycle Architecture & Planning in Manhattan for almost six years. He focused on projects in and around New York City, primarily restaurants and arts and entertainment venues. Mr. Fanzone also collaborated on projects in Quito, Ecuador; Mendoza, Argentina; and the Proyecto Paladar, an artistic experiment in cultural diplomacy designed for the 11th Havana (Cuba) Biennial in May 2012. His love of travel, crafts, music, food and people enriched his design solutions, as well as all who came in contact with him. Survivors include his partner and love, Victoria J. “Tory” Hanabury (Col ’09), his parents and his brother and sister.