Popular Hudson Valley restaurant owner and property developer dies
A longtime Westchester County restaurant owner and property developer has died aged 77.
Charles “Chuck” Pateman III died on Wednesday, March 30, according to his obituary.
Pateman was a lifelong resident of Irvington and a former captain of local football, basketball and track teams.
He married Adrienne Chiulli, and they had three children, according to his obituary.
He owned the Broadway Grill and Alibi Inn in Irvington with his longtime business partner, Tom Lupetin, according to his obituary.
“He and Tom would swap kitchen and bar weeks, and they could cook 150 dinners a night for customers 1 week and serve as a bar for his friends and customers the next week,” reads his obituary.
Pateman has also spent over five decades working in the construction and site development industry.
“A safe estimate is that Chuck has built over 250 homes from 1,000 to 12,000 square feet and made every homeowner feel like part of his family in the process and he would basically give a lifetime warranty on his product,” his obituary said.
He is survived by his wife, children and grandchildren.
Visitation will be held Saturday, April 9 from 2-5 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. at Dwyer & Michael’s Funeral Home in Tarrytown.
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