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Villate Castor..
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Villate is a native of Haiti, growing up in a small village, Jonc-Dodin, just outside the coastal city of Aquin. In 1984, after attending two years of college, he immigrated to the United States in search of a better life.
In September 1984, Villate was hired at Rusty Scupper Restaurant in Princeton, New Jersey to prepare and cook meals. With these responsibilities, he quickly learned the restaurant business and dreamed of opening his own establishment. This dream became a reality in October 2002 when he opened Creole Café in Hamilton, New Jersey, which later was featured in The Times of Trenton as a one-stop restaurant for cajun, creole, and curry dishes.

 


Villate is an entrepreneur at heart. In addition to owning his own restaurant, he also owns a successful car service and limousine company in the Princeton area. Furthermore, he received his Real Estate license in February 2004. At first, he worked as a full-time Realtor for Melendez Realty, where he became one of the top agents in the company. Due to his success he was awarded a bronze medal by the NJAR Circle of Excellence in 2005.

He was later recruited by Re/Max Tri County, where he was also awarded a bronze medal by the NJAR Circle of Excellence as well as a silver medal by Re/Max 100% Club. Villate is married to Marie-Rode and has 3 children: Len Moïse, graduated from Penn State University with an MBA in Economics; Rod'Esther, graduated from Liberty university with a masters in public health; and Emelyn Marie, who is in high school.

As he believes in the old adage, “To whom much is given, much is required,” Villate is passionate about helping the less fortunate in Haiti, working restlessly to find ways to improve their lives. He is an active member at Faith Baptist Church in Hamilton, New Jersey, and he serves as a liaison between the church and Haiti.