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Sandor B. 'Sandy' Csobaji, architect who oversaw a major expansion of Johns Hopkins Hospital, dies

Sandor B. 'Sandy' Csobaji, architect who oversaw a major expansion of Johns Hopkins Hospital, dies

Sandor B. "Sandy" Csobaji, a former partner at the architecture firm RTKL who oversaw expansion of Johns Hopkins Hospital and helped design London's acclaimed Canary Wharf project in the 1980s, died of undetermined causes Feb. 3 at the Baltimore VA Medical Center.

The longtime Ruxton resident was 79.

A daughter, Georgette C. Csobaji of Hampden, said he had recently been diagnosed with atrial fibrillation, but the family was awaiting results of an autopsy to determine the cause of death.

Sandor Bela Csobaji was born in Budapest, Hungary, the son of an architect, Sandor J. Csobaji, and Margaret Onody Cosbaji, a homemaker. His mother died in 1938.

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