Remembering Chuck Goro

by Marcus Paul

Chuck Goro, managing broker of Coldwell Banker’s Lincoln Park Plaza office, passed away over the weekend. He was surrounded by friends and family, including his wife Kathy, their children and grandchildren.

Chuck’s career in real estate spanned more than 35 years, and he was considered an essential member of the Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage team. His enthusiasm, charm, wit and expertise helped many Chicagoland Realtors and staff grow personally and professionally; he treated his colleagues and coworkers like family. Chuck will be remembered for always believing in “doing the right thing,” in business and in life. Chuck will be missed.

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  • Patrick Bergner says:

    Chicago real estate has lost a truly great individual and a great leader. Chuck had an incredible sense of humor complimented by a contagious laugh and sharp wit. He was always a champion of his agents and a true professional in every sense. You will be missed our friend.

  • Marlene granacki says:

    Womderful person – loved by all in our Chicago Real Eatate Community . A huge loss for all. May he Rest In Peace.

    Marlene Granacki – ReMax Exclusive Properties

  • Lora Perlman says:

    Chuck was a truly great guy. He was one of the best managers in Chicago. He was fair, fun and always had something nice to say. I’m very saddened. Rest in peace Chuck!!!

  • Karyn Meyers says:

    Chuck was one of the best managing brokers, a great mentor, good friend, all around great guy and someone you wanted to know in your life. He gave everything he had to give and he was a wonderful family man, husband, father, brother, son, grandfather…you name he could do it. Go find a warm sunny golf course and play your heart out…you left behind so many people who adored you.

  • hubert cioromski says:

    Chuck and I knew each other not only through the real estate business but being neighbors in the same town of Park Ridge. I saw him for years at he community center and our discussion was often interrupted by crowds surrounding him and news of his sons great strides on the football fields at Maine South High School.He was a dedicated father, husband, and “Real Estate Guy”, all he touched will miss him. RIP Chuck!!

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