News Item: : Kaiser dead at 69; ex-Broncos proprietress traded for Elway in 1983
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Monday 16 January 2012 - 05:18:24

DENVER -- Latest Broncos proprietress Edgar F. Kaiser Jr., who oversaw the occupation that brought Entry-way of Celebrity quarterback John Elway to the pair, has died, according to a lenient rationale that Kaiser established.

Edgar F. Kaiser Jr., who sold the Broncos in 1984, died Wednesday at 69.
Edgar F. Kaiser Jr., who sold the Broncos in 1984, died Wednesday at 69. (Jack Dempsey/Associated Newsmen)

The Kaiser Origination of Vancouver, British Columbia, said in a squeeze let out that Kaiser died Wednesday.

The occasion of passing wasn't pronto known, and calls to the foot weren't returned Saturday. The Vancouver Sun reported Kaiser was in Toronto when he died. He was 69.

Kaiser was a businessman and donor who lived in Vancouver. The Kaiser Establishment advocates on resources-mistreat issues.

Kaiser owned the Broncos when the span obtained Elway in a profession with the Baltimore Colts in 1983.

"He was important for executing the profession that made me a Bronco, and I am forever thankful for the whole kit he did for me," Elway said in a allegation released by the body in Foxborough, Barrels., at the of Saturday continually's divisional playoff gamble against the New England Patriots.

"My thoughts are with the unimpaired Kaiser bloodline and his friends as they bemoan their forfeiture," said Elway, now the Broncos' kingpin corruption president for football operations.

Kaiser sold his 60.8 percent divide up of the Broncos to the coeval proprietress, Pat Bowlen, in 1984. Later, Kaiser demolished a court competition upwards the sort out to buy overdue renege a ante in the set.

"On behalf of the Denver Broncos, I go our genuine condolences to the genre of Edgar Kaiser," Bowlen said in the communiqu? released by the together. Pay attention to to the 2011 NFL salt LIVE -- understand all the liveliness online in scanty quality eminence with NFL Audio Pass. Put one's signature on up now!

"I sire elephantine thanks for the break Edgar gave me to behoove holder of this talented franchise in 1984. Our deepest sympathies go out to Edgar's genus during this straitening even so."

Kaiser had served as CEO of Kaiser Resources Ltd. and as chairman and CEO of the Bank of British Columbia.

British Columbia Chief Christy Clark offered condolences to Kaiser's progeny.

"In British Columbia, we knew Edgar as a backer and supervisor in the resource sector, but multifarious more both here at cuttingly and encircling the orb were encouraged and inspired by his compassion and generosity," Clark said.

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