An initial investigation found that Starr’s car was stopped at a light and was struck from behind by Davis, state police said. Starr was a well-known Annapolis musician and teacher at a private school.
“He was a friend to all who knew him, a tireless musician,” said J. Ernest Green, a conductor in the Annapolis area.
Known as Liz to her colleagues and friends, Davis was elected to one of the city’s most powerful labor positions in 2013 and had spent the past year leading the more-than-4,000-member union through unprecedented school closures and efforts to reopen buildings during the pandemic.
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