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Chargers Minority Owner George Pernicano Dies at Age 99

San Diego Chargers minority owner George Pernicano died Thursday at the age of 99. The team's Twitter account announced the news: Pernicano, who was a part-owner of the franchise since 1961, was inducted into the team's Hall of Fame in 1996. While he owned only 3 percent of the Chargers in 2016, he had a 7 percent stake in the organization when he helped bring the squad from Los Angeles to San Diego in 1961.
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