Bruce Deifik, the developer who took on the shuttered Revel casino and reopened it as the Ocean Resort Casino last summer, has died in Colorado. The office of the medical examiner in Denver.
Bruce Deifik, former owner of Ocean Resort Casino, reported dead in Colorado by Amy S. Rosenberg , Updated: April 8, 2019 Bruce Deifik, owner of the Ocean Resort Casino, testifies before the New Jersey Casino Control Commission on Wednesday, June 20, 2018, seeking a casino license for the former Revel casino, which plans to open on June 28.
Bruce Deifik, t he former owner of Ocean Resort Casino in Atlantic City reportedly died in a car crash in Colorado on Sunday after attending a baseball game, according to multiple reports.
Bruce Deifik, the Colorado developer who purchased and reopened the former Revel Casino Hotel in Atlantic City, before having to give up the property earlier this year, died Sunday. Published reports say Deifik, 64, was fatally injured in a car crash in Denver while driving home from a Colorado Rockies baseball game.
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Bruce Deifik, the Colorado developer who lost a fortune running a struggling Atlantic City casino for six months, was killed in a single-car crash in Denver. He was 64.
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DENVER – Bruce Deifik, the Colorado developer who lost a fortune running a struggling Atlantic City. the former Revel property sight unseen from Florida developer Glenn Straub, and reopened it on.
9, 2018 file photo shows bruce deifik, owner of the Ocean Resort Casino in Atlantic City, N.J., inside his. Deifik, who had several successful developments in Colorado including shopping centers,
Bruce Deifik, a Colorado developer who reopened atlantic city’s Ocean Resort casino last year has died in a single-car crash in Denver at the age of 64. Deifik had lost control of the Ocean Resort, which has been struggling since reopening in June. The casino is being acquired by a New York hedge fund.
Bruce Deifik – the 64-year-old former owner of Atlantic City’s Ocean Resort Casino – died late Sunday in a Denver, Colorado car crash – which came just months after he lost control of the.
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Bruce Deifik, the former owner of Ocean Casino Resort, died last weekend from injuries he sustained in a car crash in Denver, according to reports. Deifik, 64, bought Revel Casino in Atlantic City.