Allentown business venture suggests iconic ‘Bubble Man’ is dead

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“Chuck passed away peacefully last night in his sleep immediately after battling a long illness at the age of 75. He is survived by his son Christopher,” Jim’s Steakout said in social media posts.

For decades, motorists sitting at stoplights and pedestrians walking by would get up and see bubbles coming from a window atop the facility at the southwest corner of Allen Avenue and Elmwood Avenue.

The existence of bubbles in Allentown was one source.

“If you have a bottle of bubbles lying around, we encourage you to blow some now in his memory,” Jim’s Stakeout explained.

You can read Jim Stakeout’s full social media breakdown below.

Jim’s Location Statement:

We are saddened to share the news of the latest passing of our close member and friend above all from Allentown: Mr. Charles “Chuck” Incorvaia.

Chuck passed away peacefully last night in his rest after battling a very long illness at the age of 75. He is survived by his son Christopher.

Most of you might know Chuck as “Bubble Man”.

For many years he made everyone smile by blowing bubbles out of his window higher than our local Jim’s Steakout on Allen & Elmwood.

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