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Robert R. Mazer
- School University of Wisconsin at Madison
- Born August 11, 1923 in Milwaukee, WI USA
- Died October 18, 2013
Robert Mazer was an industrialist, philanthropist and a longtime principal owner of the Chicago White Sox.
Mazer founded Mazer Chemicals, turning it into a 250-employee company before selling it to Pittsburgh Paint and Glass in 1985. He used the money earned from selling his company to buy a large ownership interest in the White Sox in 1988. He soon became the largest shareholder and held a permanent seat on the team's Board of Directors.
During World War II, he served in the Navy as an electrical technician.
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