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  • "Lots of good, long ago memories of Neil and his family..."
    - Cynthia (Scott) Wajda
  • "So sorry about Neil's passing. We were classmates in Lake..."
    - Neila (Petersen) Hopkins
  • "Our deepest sympathy to Neil's family. Hold your memories..."
  • "RIP Neil While I didn't know him well, I was a classmate..."
    - Brooke Hollis
  • "RIP old friend. Neil & I were classmates at Lake Forest..."
    - Katherine (Kathy) Krebs
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NEIL CARTER Neil Carter, 62, local architect, died Friday November 29, 2013 at home of ALS. He was born in Huntington, Indiana, the son of Clyde and Marjorie Carter. Neil is survived by his wife, Laura Lichtenstein, daughter Anna, mother Marjorie, brother Eric, sister Dee Brown, and nieces Chloe and Hannah Brown. He was predeceased by his father Clyde and sister Kay. Neil graduated from UNM with BFA in architecture and Virginia Tech with a Master of Architecture. His love of sunshine and green chili then brought him back to Santa Fe where he established Neil Carter Associates. Much of his professional work was with Native American Tribes offering a variety of consulting services as construction project manager. Neil always had a love of trains and eventually became one of the driving forces in establishing the Santa Fe Southern Railroad. A celebration of Neil's life will be held at a later date.
Published in Santa Fe New Mexican on Jan. 1, 1900