Latest Entry: The RSS feed for this blog has moved

Washington Post staff writers offer a window into the art of obituary writing, the culture of death, and more about the end of the story.

Read more | What is this blog?

More From the Obits Section: Search the Archives  |   RSS Feeds RSS Feed   |   Submit an Obituary  |   Twitter Twitter

Real estate executive Alfred G. Neely dies at 64

Network News

X Profile
View More Activity
Friday, October 1, 2010; 12:06 AM

Alfred G. Neely, 64, the chief development officer since 2001 at Archstone, a real estate development company in Washington, died Sept. 17 while on vacation in Jackson, Wyo. According to the Teton County coroner's office, the cause of death was an enlarged heart.Mr. Neely was the vice president of development for Charles E. Smith, a real estate company in Crystal City, when the company merged with Archstone in 2001. He had worked for the company since 1989, the year he moved to Washington. Earlier, he worked for a real estate company in Denver.Alfred George Neely was born in Los Angeles. He received a bachelor's degree in engineering from the University of California at Los Angeles in 1968 and a master's degree in structural engineering from California State University at North Ridge in 1973.He was named developer of the year in 1997 by the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties and the multi-family developer of the year in 2001 by the National Association of Home Builders. Survivors include his wife of 25 years, Carla Elliott Neely of Washington; and a daughter, Elizabeth Neely of Washington.

- Lauren Wiseman


More in the Obituary Section

Post Mortem

Post Mortem

The art of obituary writing, the culture of death, and more about the end of the story.

From the Archives

From the Archives

Read Washington Post obituaries and view multimedia tributes to Pope John Paul II, Ronald Reagan, James Brown and more.

[Campaign Finance]

A Local Life

This weekly feature takes a more personal look at extraordinary people in the D.C. area.

© 2010 The Washington Post Company

Network News

X My Profile