Beneficiaries battle over Chock Full o’Nuts heiress’s will

Meanwhile, her palatial home is still on the market

TRD New York /
May.May 09, 2015 11:00 AM

Page Morton Black — the late Chock Full o’Nuts heiress and singer – passed back in 2013. And apparently not a lot has happened since then, as many of her will’s beneficiaries are being ignored and her mansion is still sitting on the market.

Once a singer at the Pierre and Sherry-Netherland, coffee mogul William Black hired Page to sing the company’s famous jingle. She became his third wife in 1962. And according to the New York Post, Page’s closest friends, who were named in her will, are still waiting around.

“Several [friends of Page’s] are very upset that they have not received anything,” one friend complained to the Post. “The executor of the will refuses to return their phone calls.”

Meanwhile, her 7,115-square-foot home at 108 Premium Point in New Rochelle is still on the market for $7 million. All proceeds of the sale will go to the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation, an organization which Page chaired.

The home includes six bedrooms, four fireplaces, a pool, elevator, “carriage house” for 10 cars, a private marina and a separate stone cottage, according to the Post. [NYP]Christopher Cameron


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