Belmont Village Chief Development Officer Paul Chapman Passes Away

by Jeff Shaw

HOUSTON — Paul Chapman, executive vice president and chief development officer of Belmont Village Senior Living, has passed away after a short illness, according to a release from the American Seniors Housing Association (ASHA). Chapman was 64.

Chapman has been with Belmont Village for over 20 years, working with founder Patricia Will “from the very beginning,” according to the release. He was an active member of the Urban Land Institute, as well as ASHA and was a longtime member of the association’s Chairman’s Circle.

“Paul will be forever remembered by all who knew him for his warm personality, playful sense of humor and, of course, his tremendous development talents,” states the ASHA release. “He leaves his beloved wife Cathy, two sons Taylor and Dillon, and granddaughter, Isabel.”

Belmont Village is a Houston-based developer, owner and operator of seniors housing. The company’s operational portfolio includes 25 properties totaling 3,566 units, according to ASHA’s June 1, 2017 calculations.

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