Colin Patrick Wolf

November 4, 1998February 18, 2021

With great sadness, our family is sharing that Colin Patrick Wolf passed away on February 18, 2021. He was a loving son, grandson, cousin, nephew, friend, student, dog lover, and passionate advocate for human rights, dignity, equality, and homelessness. Colin was an ardent supporter of his Washington Capitals, Navy Football, and Statehood for the District of Columbia. He is already truly missed by his family, friends, and everyone who had the honor of knowing this heart. Over the next few days, we will be announcing a charitable fund in his honor, which will focus on furthering causes that he believed in passionately. Colin's Foundation will focus on LGBTQ rights, equality, suicide prevention, easy access to counseling and compassionate care, and education access for all. We ask that you reserve from sending flowers or other memorials and show your support for his Foundation when we have it ready. In his honor, the family asks if you have any Colin pictures, memories, and stories of his life to share; please do on his Facebook page. The family is beyond grateful for all of the love and support and your celebration of Colin's life.


  • Graveside Service

    Thursday, February 25, 2021



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Joe Riviere

February 25, 2021

Many don’t know how silly and fun us ball Hockey folks are. Colin is one of us. Colin ran. Colin scored. Colin cheered. Colin is one of us. We are many but we definitely miss Colin. To those who he left behind, please know he is missed by soooo many.

Arielle Damasco

February 25, 2021

Colin was one of my first friends a VWU, and he was extremely intelligent. When we had a psych course together which was often, we'd always sit by each other. Colin and I would talk about hockey, and there were many times when we would meet in the computer room to go over homework together. I want to share that Colin did have a positive impact on my life. There were times when I became so frustrated with studying for exams. Sometimes he would look over my notes, and make me feel better about myself. When I told him about my senior research project he told me that I was discussing a topic that needs to be more appreciated. Those words are what made me happy to start my research project, and he even participated in it.
I want to share my condolences and prays for his family, and those close to him. Colin was such an incredible soul, and I will never forget him.

Jennifer Wolfson

February 24, 2021

There are simply no words to express our grief and our love for Colin, Dave and Amy. We are devastated and send all of our strength to you and the whole family. Colin blessed our lives with his light. Colin shines bright.

Larry Zebrak

February 22, 2021


Chris and I wanted to tell you how sorry we are for you and your whole family.
We'll be thinking of you!

Chris & Larry