Quantcast
Home / Capitol Insiders / Chapa, Democratic lobbyist, remembered for dedication, sense of humor (access required)

Chapa, Democratic lobbyist, remembered for dedication, sense of humor (access required)

Chapa died Nov. 19 at the age of 69, just 11 days after he was diagnosed with cancer. No one, including Chapa, realized he was sick, and his death came as a shock. Friends remembered Chapa as a social butterfly who loved to entertain, a diplomat who was able to bring people together, a friend who was always there with a witty joke, and a tireless advocate for his clients, which included Pima County, where he grew up.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

 

x

Check Also

ducey-close-2-web

Ducey proposes $176 million in new spending, largely on K-12 education (access required)

Gov. Doug Ducey filled in the details of many of the proposals he unveiled in his State of the State address with an executive budget plan that includes $176 million in new spending for fiscal year 2018, with the lion’s share going to K-12 education.