Janet Lorraine Caslow

Baltimore, Maryland

Nov 9, 1952 – Apr 12, 2019 (Age 66)

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Janet Lorraine (Belbot) Caslow was born on November 9, 1952 in Baltimore, Maryland, to the late Evelyn Belbot and the late William Belbot, passed away of cancer at age 66 on April 12, 2019 in Baltimore. She graduated from University of Maryland, College Park Interior design. She was the Founder & Executive Director of Port Fest Baltimore and Volunteer Coordinator for Baltimore City Recreation and Parks. Janet was the beloved wife of Timothy Caslow. She is survived by her son, Robert Caslow and his wife, Stacy Caslow and son Alex Caslow and his wife K.C. Caslow; a brother, Ron Belbot and his wife Kay Belbot; and grandchildren, Helena Caslow, Zoe Caslow, Scarlett Caslow, and Zac Caslow. The celebration of life will be private.

Janet was the embodiment of fun and love and she will be missed so very deeply by all those who knew her.

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Working with Janet was always a joy and a pleasure. She is missed very much!

I worked with Janet at Second Chance in Baltimore. I (and all of us) loved working with her. Her spirit, intellect and generosity made our day-to-day that much brighter. Sending love and condolences.

I worked for several years with Janet as a volunteer in the Pride of Baltimore office, where she was the heart and soul of that operation. The Pride was navigating through troubled financial waters, with resulting stress in the office, but Janet's passion and commitment were the essential element in all positive accomplishments during those years. She was fun to work with, had lots of great stories. Her knowledge of Baltimore and its port, combined with her energy and drive, were vital to...

Janet was a go-getter and staunch supporter of maritime heritage in Baltimore City and the Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore. It was my and the Baltimore & Chesapeake Steamboat Company's honor to work alongside Janet at Baltimore's National Maritime Day annual program aboard the Nuclear Ship Savannah and other events. Her spirit was undaunted and energized those who worked with her in the support of our unique industrial maritime heritage. Fair Winds and Following Seas, Janet, and...

Janet was wonderfully creative and funny. We will miss her laughter and card shark skills, her generosity and pineapple upside down cake.

I remember Janet from high school with her bubbly personality. Cherish the good memories.

Janet was a great school mate , always with a smile on her face , I would like to say to her family , I'm very sorry for your loss and may she rest in piece in the loving arms on Jesus

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