'Lone Voice' of Real Estate Dies
(EMAILWIRE.COM, May 28, 2013 ) Albuquerque, NM -- Gara struggled for years with health problems that stemmed from from the battle of cancer he fought in the mid 1980s. He had a lot of passion for for community and the betterment of its people. He used his extensive background in and knowledge of commercial real estate for public service in New Mexico.
From his leadership posts on public forums and industry groups, Chuck was never worried about himself. He was often a lone voice for the real estate industry at a time when attitudes of slow growth prevailed the city. Sometimes, his advocacy caused him to meet in disagreements with local politicians. But Chuck always stood firm.
Gara founded the chaired Citizens for Greater Albuquerque, pro-business group that opposed the citys planned-growth patterns and ran against City Council candidates in 2003. The action let to clashes against Albuquerque councilors who unsuccessfully tried to remove Gara from the citys Planned Growth Strategy. In 2007, Gara was awarded Leader of the Year Award for organization as a chairman of that year.
Garas wife of 45 years, Margie, said the two were highschool sweethearts. They had two daughters, Denise Gara and Amy Banks, and two grandchildren.
Gara successfully battled cancer in 1986, but long-term effects from radiation and chemotherapy
damaged his heart and lungs, Margie Gara said. He never let things get him down, she said.
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