Stewart & Carol Huey

Stewart & Carol Huey

Individual John Oliver Fund Donation

Thank you to our Donors

Amanda Madrid, RPA, FMA, LEED GA
Bert Locke, RPA
BOMA Georgia
Christine Bailey, RPA
Gabriel Eckert, FASAE, CAE
Jacob Wilder, CAE
Kinsey Hinkson, RPA, BOMI-HP
Marie Worsham, RPA, CPM, LEED GA
Russell Copeland
Todd Mitchell, RPA, CCIM
Trenton Patterson

Join the Foundation and the Huey Family to support the Stewart and Carol Huey Legacy Fund

Deadline: November 28, 2017

Make your tax-deductible donation today!

To recognize the achievements and impactful career of former BOMA Georgia, then BOMA-Atlanta, Executive Director Stewart Huey, CAE, and his wife Carol, the BOMA Georgia Foundation and the Huey Family has established an endowment fund in their honor. This fund is a lasting legacy, helping fund real estate education through Foundation scholarships and research for decades to come.

Since 2014, the Foundation has awarded over 200 scholarships, conducted five research studies, and released 1 white paper.

Clip taken from BOMA Georgia's Centennial Video series. Former BOMA-Atlanta Executive Director Stewart Huey, CAE, shares some of the association's greatest milestones in its over 100-year history.


About Stewart and Carol Huey

Stewart M. Huey, CAE, arrived at BOMA-Atlanta in the summer of 1970 and faithfully served the association as executive director until 2001.

Accompanied by his wife Carol, several landmark changes followed Stewart's entry into the executive director position . Meetings became more technical and were designed to attract the professional managers that were being hired by corporations that were investing in real estate. Membership began to grow as BOMA-Atlanta began to encourage additional representatives to attend the meetings. Women members also became more active and were eager to get involved. Committee and board positions for females were followed by elected-officer positions. Increased involvement in the BOMA Southern Region and BOMA International organizations allowed for more veteran members and past presidents to represent the association at the higher levels.

Along the way, Carol gave of her talents and energy to support the growing BOMA-Atlanta association. Carol was often seen managing the BOMA office, assisting members and advising BOMA-Atlanta's leaders and presidents. Carol has been described as Stewart's right and left hand.

Carol worked closely with BOMA-Atlanta past president Dara Nicholson to produce the first-ever Table-Top Trade Show in the association's history.

At the BOMA International level, Stewart was active in the BOMA Association Executives Council, where he served as chair. Stewart also served on the awards, education and membership committee. Upon Stewart's retirements, he was awarded BOMA International's Distinguished Service Award.

Both Stewart and Carol were devoted to BOMA and each other and could often be observed talking proudly about one another.

"I know that my career in BOMA advanced with Stewart and Carol right there to support me," said BOMA-Atlanta Past President Dara Nicholoson, RPA. "Stewart and Carol gave countless hours to BOMA and helped us be one of the strongest Associations in the Southeast and Internationally."


About the Fund

The Stewart and Carol Huey Legacy Fund recognizes the contributions Stewart and Carol Huey made to BOMA Georgia, then BOMA-Atlanta, during Stewart's tenure as executive director. Funds are used to provide scholarships and conduct real estate research.

You can donate as a company and/or individual by selecting from the appropriate donation button to the left below their picture and add your name to the growing list of donors to this fund!

The Building Owners and Managers Association of Georgia Foundation is exempt from federal income tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, and contributions are deductible as charitable contributions under the law.