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Charles W. 'Bill' Pacy, longtime city developer, dies

Charles W. 'Bill' Pacy, longtime city developer, dies

Charles W. "Bill" Pacy, an entrepreneur and developer who worked on west-side Baltimore revitalization as head of the Market Center Development Corp., died March 5 of congestive heart failure at Brookdale, a Naples, Fla., assisted-living facility.

The former Ruxton resident was 87.

"Bill was one of the nicest people I've ever worked with in my life," said M. Jay Brodie, former city housing commissioner. "He was bright, personable and could get along with all sorts of people, The city could use more Bill Pacys."

The son of Walter Pacy, a movie theater owner, and Gertrude Pacy, Charles William Pacy was born in Baltimore and raised on...

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