The EDPA Northeast Chapter is bringing the Rally at the Alley back to Boston. On May 5th at Splitsville, located at Patriot Place next to Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, members of the exhibit industry will gather to celebrate the life of Rob Carrona, who was an admired freelance exhibit designer. For more information on the benefit visit edpanortheast.com/rally
Rob recently lost his battle with Pancreatic cancer in late February and is survived by his loving wife of 32 years, Sally and their two children, Matt and Phoebe. The proceeds of the Rally at the Alley will benefit Rob’s immediate family.
The EDPA Northeast mission is to give assistance and support to our community. It is our major focus to contribute to the welfare of local families and people in need. The decision to hold the Rally in honor of Rob was an easy one by the chapter board.
Rob was a valuable resource in the industry and touched many people along the way. He built a successful consulting career of over twenty-five years working as a designer in the exhibit, tradeshow and architectural fields. Rob was highly regarded in the design community for his professionalism, craftsmanship and outstanding work ethic. He had a wonderful sense of humor and a unique ability to establish friendships everywhere he went.
Everyone will miss Rob’s enthusiasm for life, adventure, love of learning and his ability to share his creativity, kindness and wit. Our industry won’t ever be the same without him.