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Carlo Baietti

April 13, 1952February 13, 2021

Carlo Baietti passed away at 68 on February 13, 2021. Carlo was son of the late Rinaldo Baeitti and Giovanna Brunelli Baietti, born in Bologna, Italy on April 13, 1952. In 1961, the family moved to Detroit, Michigan where his father worked with Alitalia Airlines. The family ultimately moved to Washington, DC in 1968. Carlo is remembered by his family and many close friends for his humor, his love for life, and his great personality. In 1976 he began his career at IDI, from where he retired in 2018. He was a devoted husband, loving father and brother and will be terribly missed. He is survived by his wife Roberta, his son Rinaldo and wife Annette Baietti, daughter Giulia Baietti, his brother Aldo Baietti, his grandchildren, Olivia and Carlo, and his nephew Nicolas Baietti. Due to Covid, a memorial service will be scheduled at a later date.

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Peggy Zandler

February 20, 2021

Such a sad loss for all of us that knew Carlo for so many years.
I will miss his great smile , joy of life and love of his family and friends. I will especially miss our "get together's" with old friends
of 40 years. Many of these occasions were hosted by Carlo and Roberta with delicious Italian food, wine, great conversation and
Let's not forget the Grappa and Limoncello !
Rest in peace dear Carlo.

Alan Walker

February 19, 2021

I always enjoyed dealing with Carlo on all the IDI projects. He was one of my favorite clients and a good friend. I will miss him, he was a great man

Alan

Antonia Trigiani

February 18, 2021

Dear Roberta and family,

My deepest sympathies on the loss of Carlo. What a wonderful man, always a joy to be around. Please know many prayers are being offered and I'm sure Mom and Dad are with him!

May you find peace in his peace.

Love,
Toni Trigiani

Joan Owen

February 18, 2021

I loved being around Carlo in my working days with IDI. Carlo made me laugh at all the condominium challenges we faced beginning at The Rotonda, and then others like Belvedere, Carlyle Towers, Leisure World etc. He was always sweet like a big teddy bear. So so sorry he has left his family so soon. I know he is enjoying a reunion with other IDI icons like Dick Grizzard and Leon McFillan. God Bless You, Carlo! Joan