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John Carroll, long-time owner of popular White Rock restaurant Charlie Don’t Surf, died Thursday from COVID-19. Carroll founded the restaurant located at 15011 Marine Drive in 1985. “John was someone who always spoke up for what was right,” said Kyle Grant, general manager of Charlie Don’t Surf. “He looked out for us, his neighbours and his community first.

2.Owner of white rock restaurant dies

A longtime owner of a popular metro Vancouver restaurant has died from COVID-19. John Caroll started the iconic Charlie Don’t Surf on Marine Drive in White Rock back in 1985.

3.Owner of white rock restaurant dies

One of White Rock’s best-known restaurateurs has joined the growing list of British Columbians who’ve died after contracting COVID-19. John Carroll founded Charlie Don’t Surf on Marine Drive in 1985.

4.Owner of white rock restaurant dies

John Caroll (centre) founded the popular restaurant in 1985. (Charlie Don’t Surf/Facebook) John Carroll, long-time owner of popular White Rock restaurant Charlie Don’t Surf, died Thursday from COVID-19. Carroll founded the restaurant located at 15011 Marine Drive in 1985.

5.Owner of white rock restaurant dies

The owner of a well-known restaurant in White Rock has died after a long battle with COVID-19. John Carroll, the owner of the waterfront restaurant Charlie Don’t Surf, died Thursday. The restaurant wrote on Facebook that it “lost a mentor and the world lost a White Rock legend.”

6.Owner of white rock restaurant dies

The owner of a well-known restaurant in White Rock has died after a long battle with COVID-19. John Carroll, the owner of the waterfront restaurant Charlie Don’t Surf, died Thursday. The restaurant posted on Facebook that it “lost a mentor, and the world lost a White Rock legend.”.

7.Owner of white rock restaurant dies

The owner of a famous White Rock restaurateur died after a long battle with him COVID-19. John Carroll, owner of the waterfront restaurant Charlie Don’t Surf, died Thursday. The restaurant posted on Facebook that it “has lost its mentor, and the world has lost its White Rock legend.”

8.Owner of white rock restaurant dies

John Carroll, White Rock Owner’s cause of death has been reported as Covid-19. Restaurant staff released John Carroll’s death “after a bitter battle with COVID-19” in a post on their Facebook page, writing: “Today is a sad day for all of us. The larger-than-life Patriarch of our family, John, passed away today after a hard fought …

9.Owner of white rock restaurant dies

The owner of a well-known restaurant in White Rock has died after a long battle with COVID-19. John Carroll, the owner of the waterfront restaurant Charlie Don’t Surf, died Thursday. The restaurant posted on Facebook that it “lost a mentor, and the world lost a White Rock legend.”. Carroll started building the well-known restaurant …

10.Owner of white rock restaurant dies

James “Jimmy” Neary, an iconic Manhattan restaurateur, died on Oct. 1 at age 91. Credit: Una Neary. By Anthony M. DeStefano anthony.destefano@newsday.com Updated October 7, 2021 4:50 PM. James …

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1.Owner of popular White Rock restaurant dies of COVID-19

John Carroll founded Charlie Don’t Surf in 1985, and is described as a “pillar of the community” for more than 35 years.

Published Date: 2021-10-09T23:51:00.0000000Z

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