Robert Campeau, a former genuine estate noble who once tranquil a Bloomingdale’s and Macy’s dialect store bondage in a United States, has died during 93.
An online necrology says he died in Ottawa on Monday. It did not mention a means of death.
Born nearby Sudbury, Ont., he started a construction association in 1953 and went on to assemble a happening in a genuine estate growth business, with land in Ottawa, Toronto, California, Texas and Florida.
According to a obituary, Campeau’s association was concerned in a series of important buildings including Place de Ville in Ottawa and Scotia Plaza, Harbour Castle Hotel and Waterpark Place bureau formidable in Toronto.
The association also built some-more than 25,000 houses in a Ottawa area.
Campeau mislaid his sovereignty and many of his happening in 1990 when an $11-billion investment in a U.S.-based Allied and Federated dialect store bondage collapsed underneath a towering of junk-bond debt.
Campeau spent several years in Europe after being dismissed by a association he founded, though returned to Ottawa in 2002.
In 1997, his 28,000-square-foot chateau-style Toronto palace sole distant next seeking cost for $6.17 million.
In his after years, Campeau is pronounced to have clinging most of his time to hospitality by a family substructure that gimlet his name.
The obituary, that appears on a site for Arbor Memorial wake homes, records he is survived by a wife, 6 children and several grand-children and great-grandchildren.
“Robert was an zealous swimmer, skier, golfer, fisherman and hunter,” it reads. “Robert believed his good practice regime was a pivotal to his prolonged and healthy life.”
A wake will be hold in Ottawa on Thursday.