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William Clay Ford
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    (March 14, 1925-March 9, 2014)
    Born in Detroit, Michigan
    President of the Ford Motor Company (1948-2005)
    Majority owner of the Detroit Lions (1964-March 9, 2014)
    Grandson of Henry Ford
    Younger brother of Henry Ford II
    He acquired his job title through nepotism.
    He was very reclusive.
    He named his son after himself.
    Many Detroit Lion Fans blamed him for the team's dismal showings.
    Despite many fan protests and lackluster seasons, he refused to fire team president Matt Millen.
    He was too cheap to field a contending team.
    He modernized a design of his father's Continental which would later be known as the Continental Mark II.
    He was a member of the U.S. Naval Corps in World War II.
    He earned an economic bachelor of science degree at Yale.
    He kept Ford a family run business.
    While he was too cheap to spend money building a contending team, he helped finance construction of Ford Field.

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