If you are a food network fanatic you sure recognize the man in the picture is William Degel! Now he is not in his usual suit and tie stylish self but is still him. He is joined by his beautiful family, wife, gorgeous Cindy and three children, Alexis, Dylan and their little sister.
Willie Degel, owner of Uncle Jack’s Steakhouse is an obsessive perfectionist and self-made millionaire who believes business is all about customer service, high expectations and outrageous marketing. He’s also one of the strictest leaders in America. He spies on employees, concocts elaborate ways to test them and isn’t afraid to fire someone on the spot. But he also spends much of his time with his family.
According to the Food Network page, Degel is a proud and devoted father and a self-proclaimed family man, Willie takes time each day to spend with his wife and three children. It is the support and love of his family that inspires him each day. They are the foundation that he builds upon.
The 45-year-old will need all the support now, since he is having some legal issues; not that he hasn’t faced issues before, as an entrepreneur he faces challenges and major drama when working with his numerous staff.
His beautiful wife Cindy-Cynthia M Veras was born May 01, 1973. The former bartender won Cindy’s heart with his undoubtedly charismatic personality, they have been married for a while. The couple enjoys outings together, dinner dates, renovating their several homes, spending time with in laws and of course spending time with friends.
40-year-old Cindy, a devoted house wife and mother enjoys her time with friends and family. The couple live with their children in New York City.
Unfortunately Cindy’s hubby is being sued by a former housekeeper! The lady who cleaned the couple’s posh Long Island houses, claims that Degel somehow failed to acknowledge her wages! Oh Oh! Think the multimillionaire Cindy might have forgotten to write a check??
The entrepreneur who has been the owner of famous Uncle Jack’s Steakhouse for more then 17 years, host of Food Network Restaurant Stakeout for more than two years and owner of Jack’s Shack for more than a year might have forgotten to attend something as insignificant as paying the house keeper??
You can find Cindy Degel on Facebook here.