C. R. George Dove

c. r. dove

February 9, 1942 ~ October 23, 2023

Born in: Annapolis, MD
Resided in: Vienna, VA

C.R. George Dove passed away on October 23, 2023 from post surgical complications. Born in Annapolis, MD on February 9, 1942 to Reginald and Arita Dove, George graduated from Penn State and later received a Masters from Catholic University following his service as an officer in the US Navy. Throughout George’s career he worked on award winning projects in the Washington, DC area and around the world. George received many accolades for his work in the field of Architecture, including the distinction of FAIA. George is survived by his wife of 53 years, Ann, his children Marc and Leah Renee, and his four granddaughters, Marley, Hannah, Ella and Magdalene. Services will be held at a later date.

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  1. George was also our HS Class president, great guy, lots of fun. Always enjoyed seeing him throughout our long journey through life. He always had a smile, was upbeat and fun to be with. Great person, he will be sorely missed. Enjoyed hearing him play the piano, riding in his car when the rest of us walked to school – Rest in Peach George!

  2. The Annapolis High School Class of 1960 is saddened to learn of the passing of our Class President. He will be missed at our reunions, he always gave a nice welcome speech.
    Please know our thoughts are with Ann and his family at this time. May he rest in peace.
    Class Reunion Committee

  3. My heart is saddened to hear of Carroll ‘s passing (we knew him as Carroll)). What a great person. He was special to all of us in the Annapolis High:School class of 1960. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.
    Rest in Pease George ❤️

  4. George, you will be deeply missed! My heart goes out to your wonderful family and wife whom are suffering a great loss. I pray God sends his comfort and peace.

    You were an incredible mentor and support in my early career and always saw potential even if I didn’t quite see it yet.

    Thank you for believing in me, and for taking the time to show me that Architecture is an opportunity to not only create beautiful buildings inside/out, but also improve the quality of life for those we design for.

    Rest in peace 🕊️

  5. George was a special person, always available to to meet and talk and provide his thoughts. He will be remembered.
    Allen Mushinsky,AIA


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