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  1. Al Copeland Alvin Charles Copeland (February 2, 1944 – March 23, 2008) [1] was an American entrepreneur who founded the Popeyes fast food chain. He was also a successful restaurateur who created many successful upscale restaurants. Contents 1 Personal life 2 Popeyes Chicken & Biscuits 3 Other businesses and investments 4 Annual Christmas display

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  3. Al Copeland - Wikipedia

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    Al Copeland Alvin Charles Copeland (February 2, 1944 – March 23, 2008) [1] was an American entrepreneur who founded the Popeyes fast food chain. He was also a successful restaurateur who created many successful upscale restaurants. Contents 1 Personal life 2 Popeyes Chicken & Biscuits 3 Other businesses and investments 4 Annual Christmas display

  4. Al Copeland dies in Munich, Germany | News | nola.com

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    Al Copeland, a hard-charging, high-living entrepreneur who built an empire on spicy fried chicken and fluffy white biscuits, died Sunday in Munich, Germany, of complications from cancer...

  5. Al Copeland Jr. made his father a promise. Keeping it means ...

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    This spring marked a decade since Al Copeland Sr. died at age 64, just months after telling his family he had a rare form of cancer called Merkel cell carcinoma. The family vowed to continue the...

  6. Al Copeland Story - Life in the Fast Lane - Poker Runs America

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    Copeland has five children – two boys and three girls – from his previous marriages, ranging in ages from 17 to 30. All of his children work with him in his family business. “The oldest Al Jr., is doing a good job running the business,” says the proud father-to-be of a baby boy who will be born on February 2, 1998, Al’s birthday.

  7. Al Copeland Concepts | New Orleans, Louisiana WELCOME We are creators and operators of a best-in-class multi-concept restaurant company and franchise group. OUR STORY Since 1983

  8. Our Story | Al Copeland Foundation

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    Alvin Charles Copeland Sr., affectionately known as “Big Al” was a restaurateur, entrepreneur, and New Orleans icon. He was recognized for his brilliant business sense, eclectic personality, and as one of the most generous hearts our city has ever known.

  9. Al Copeland Jr. discusses selling his family's $43 million ...

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    As NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune's Katherine Sayre reported, on Monday (June 16) the Copeland family became $43 million richer when they sold Al Sr.'s famous fried chicken recipe to Popeyes,...

  10. Al Copeland - Biography - IMDb

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    Al Copeland was born on February 2, 1944 in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. He was previously married to Jennifer Devall, Luan Hunter, Mary LeCompte and Patty White. He died on March 23, 2008 in Munich, Germany. Family (1) Spouse Jennifer Devall ( 15 December 2000 - 2006) (divorced) (3 children)

  11. Al Copeland, a Restaurateur Known for Spice and Speed, Dies ...

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    Alvin Charles Copeland was born on Feb. 2, 1944. His father left home shortly after Al, the youngest of three brothers, was born. His mother struggled to provide for them, and a grandmother and ...

  12. Flamboyant restaurant millionaire dies at 64 - wdam.com

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    Al Copeland, who became rich selling spicy fried chicken and notorious for his flamboyant lifestyle, extravagant weddings, bitter divorces and lawsuits over Christmas decorations, died Sunday at...