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CELTICS VICE CHAIR SCHRAMS, LEAVES TEAM FOR OTHER VENTURES
Published February 27, 1998
Steve Schram, the Celtics' Vice Chair for five years, "will leave the organization to pursue private business interests" with a SC- and GA-based real estate development company, according to Peter May of the BOSTON GLOBE. May adds that Schram, who will retain his 4.4% stake in the team, will not be replaced (BOSTON GLOBE, 2/27).