Mount Pleasant resident Tony Page, and brother of Mount Pleasant Mayor Linda Page, passed away Tuesday morning from what is believed to be a heart attack.
According to his daughter Courtney, a partner with him in the popular eatery Okra Grill, the restaurant will be closed today.
“Thank you to everyone that has sent a prayer or shared a beautiful memory about our father,” she said on the restaurant Facebook page.
The business was closed for several days but reopened this morning.
Page died on March 25. He was born in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. in 1956. He is survived by his wife Kelsie “Kelly” Howland Page and three children, Courtney Faucette and her husband Shane, Chase Page and Ashleigh Page, stepchildren William, Charlotte and Amelia Cochran, as well as his ex-wife Virginia Zubriski and grandchildren Dominick Delia and Trevor Faucette. Also surviving are his brother Mike Page and wife Crystal, sister Linda Page, and their children; aunt, Muriel Metts; uncle, Lewis Page, and dear friend Sallie Pritchard.