Funds Being Raised for an Alex Wroblewski Plaque at the Entrance to Latrobe Park

| August 27, 2018 | 0 Comments

Funds are currently being raised to create and install a plaque to honor Alex “Albo” Wroblewski III at the entrance to Latrobe Park in Locust Point. Albo, who was a native of Locust Point and a bartender at The Rowhouse Grille in Federal Hill, was killed during a robbery on Lawrence St. last November.

From the Locust Point Civic Association Facebook Page:

**Paypal link for donations directly to the Alex W plaque:…

Funds are currently being raised to create and install a memorial plaque at the entrance to Latrobe Park in memory of “Albo” (Alex Wroblewski III). Alex was a passionate fundraiser for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Maryland and a beloved lifelong resident of Locust Point. Alex was murdered last November during a robbery attempt.

Donations are currently being accepted at City Limits Sports Bar in Locust Point and The Rowhouse Grille in Federal Hill. Checks made out to “Alex Wroblewski Jr.” can also be accepted. Contact Hap Duffey ( for more information.

The plaque will read:

In loving memory of Alex J. Wroblewski III AKA Albo


Beloved son and friend to all in Locust Point and “The Unofficial Mayor of South Baltimore”

“We don’t meet people by accident. They are meant to cross our path for a reason.”

“Don’t change so people will like you. Be yourself and the right people will love the real you.”

Dedicated 2018 by LPCA & the family and friends, residents, and businesses of South Baltimore.

Hundreds gathered at a vigil for Albo outside of Francis Scott Key Elementary/Middle School on November 19th.

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