Ex-Real Madrid Vice-President, Suarez dies of Corovirus
Amador Suarez, who was Real Madrid vice-president during Ramon Calderon’s time as president between 2006 and 2009, has died of coronavirus at the age of 76.
He had been a Real Madrid member since 1964 (he had the card number 10,319) and was born in Huelva on February 12, 1944, although he was now living in San Sebastian, where he died after 40 days in hospital.
Amador Suarez, who received the Entrepreneur of the Year Award from the Huelva Federation of Businessmen in 2003, was the owner of a company dedicated to the capture and commercialisation of fishing products, with fishing grounds all over the world.
His fleet had 27 vessels, which speaks to the size of the company of this Real Madrid lover.
He was also the brother-in-law of Cristina Garmendia, who was Spain’s Minister of Science and Innovation.