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Blue Jackets Minority Owner John Wolfe Passes Away, Was Instrumental In Getting Team To City

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 06 / 27 / 16

Blue Jackets Minority Owner JOHN WOLFE passed away on Friday after battling cancer for two years at the age of 72, according to Miller & Johnson of the COLUMBUS DISPATCH. Wolfe "invested in both the construction" of Nationwide Arena and the Blue Jackets franchise "as a way to bring profes...

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