Hudson Valley Can Help The Family of Beloved Business Owner
The Hudson Valley mourns the loss of the beloved owner of the Chance Theater and his young daughters are in need of help.
The Hudson Valley is shocked to learn of the death of a popular business owner. Frank Pallet, the owner of The Chance in Poughkeepsie, died Wednesday after a battle with an undisclosed illness.
Pallet brought many local and well-known groups to Chance and donated the venue for many charity events.
Frank Pallett was known to give people a chance. Frank has helped hundreds of thousands of people make their dreams come true – supporting them along the way, giving them a hand when they were down and out. encouraging them to fight when the odds were not right. Her contributions are countless and, in many cases, have been offered discreetly, behind the scenes, unknown and unrecognized, “Nicole Fejka said in a GoFundMe she has created for the Pallet family.
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Pallet also owned Maximum Fitness in Newburgh. He is survived by his wife and young daughters, Daniella 7 years old and Angelina 2 years old.
“During Covid, I watched him keep pushing to try and save two businesses that were shut down by the pandemic. He continued to withdraw money from his personal savings to keep paying the bills and improving The Chance and its gym, Maximum Fitness. And stronger for the reopening, ”added Fejka.
The money raised through GoFundMe will help Frank’s young girls.
“If Frank has helped you in any way, I would ask you to consider a donation, big or small, for his daughters during this heartbreaking time. Without him here they will need it,” wrote Fejka.
CLICK HERE to donate. As of this writing, nearly $ 20,000 has been raised.
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