Greg Cutchall, restaurateur from Omaha, has died

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Greg Cutchall, restaurateur from Omaha, has died

Greg Cutchall, who built a thriving business supplying Omaha residents from his casual restaurants and fast food outlets, died Monday according to a press release from Cutchall Management Company. Cutchall owned 44 restaurants in five states, including JAMS American Grill, First Watch Daytime Cafe, Paradise Bakery, Mouth of the South, as well as Domino’s, the River City Star and other restaurants. His career dates back more than 50 years, beginning as a Kentucky Fried Chicken franchisee. In the press release, Cutchall Management Company urged people to do something nice for someone today to honor Greg. “Greg was a legend who inspired all who had the privilege of knowing him. He will always be remembered as larger than life with a passion for connecting people through his restaurants,” the company wrote. Cutchall is survived by his wife Molly, his children Cory Cutchall, Cydney Martzhal and Chase Cutchall, and five grandchildren. Services will be held at Forest Lawn Chapel, 7909 Mormon Bridge Road. Visitation on Friday May 20 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Services will be held on Saturday, May 21 at 11:00 a.m.

Greg Cutchall, who built a thriving business supplying Omaha residents from his casual restaurants and fast food outlets, died Monday according to a press release from Cutchall Management Company.

Cutchall owned 44 restaurants in five states, including JAMS American Grill, First Watch Daytime Cafe, Paradise Bakery, Mouth of the South, as well as Domino’s, the River City Star and other restaurants. His career dates back more than 50 years, beginning as a Kentucky Fried Chicken franchisee.

In the press release, Cutchall Management Company urged people to do something nice for someone today to honor Greg.

“Greg was a legend who inspired all who had the privilege of knowing him. He will always be remembered as larger than life with a passion for connecting people through his restaurants,” the company wrote.

Cutchall is survived by his wife Molly, his children Cory Cutchall, Cydney Martzhal and Chase Cutchall, and five grandchildren.

Services will be held at Forest Lawn Chapel, 7909 Mormon Bridge Road. Visitation on Friday May 20 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Services will be held on Saturday, May 21 at 11:00 a.m.

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