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John Edward 'Jed' York is an American sports executive, the son of Marie Denise DeBartolo York and John York, and the Team President / Owner of the San Francisco 49ers.[1] He is also the nephew of former San Francisco 49ers owner Edward J. DeBartolo Jr..[1] Contents 1 Early life 2 Career 3 Honors 4 External links 5 References // Early life Born and raised in Youngstown, Ohio,[1] Jed attended St. Charles elementary school and Cardinal Mooney High.[2] While in high school he was a baseball team captain and the senior class president.[2] He also graduated from the University of Notre Dame earning a Bachelor of Arts in Finance and History.[1][3] Career York began his working days as a financial analyst for Guggenheim Partners LLC at their New York offices.[1] Jed and his family initially intended for him to stay in New York in order to further his education with a Master's degree. However, when the 49ers brought in Mike Nolan to be head coach, it was decided that would be the best time to also bring Jed into the organization and prepare a several year transition of leadership.[3] He began his career with the San Francisco 49ers as the Director of Strategic Planning [1] and then as Vice President of Strategic Planning [4] in which he managed the integration of brand strategies and projects related to the long-term operational and financial development of the organization.[1] On December 28, 2008 Jed York became the Team President / Owner and his parents became co-chairmen responsible for providing resources and maintaining their role of interacting with other owners and NFL executives.[5] On October 11, 2010, with the 49ers off to a disappointing 0-5 start, Jed York wrote to ESPN's Adam Schefter that the 49ers would win their division and make the playoffs.[6] This proclamation led ESPN Columnist David Fleming to refer to York as "kooky" and "goofy" and to note that York "backs up such bold declarations with a long list of qualifications starting with (1) his lifelong love of the 49ers, (2) his prestigious high school baseball career and (3) the fact that his godfather is Eddie DeBartolo."[7] Honors Inductee of Phi Alpha Theta National History Honors Society.[1] External links Profile at official 49ers website Executive Profile at San Francisco Business Times v · d · eSan Francisco 49ers Founded in 1946 • Based in San Francisco, California Franchise Franchise · History · Players · Seasons · Division · Uniform History  · Starting Quarterbacks  · Draft history Stadiums Kezar Stadium · Candlestick Park · Proposed new stadium Culture Eddie DeBartolo • Denise DeBartolo York · Jed York · John York · Sourdough Sam · San Francisco Gold Rush Super Bowl Appearances XVI · XIX · XXIII · XXIV · XXIX Lore The Catch · Joe Cool · 49ers–Rams rivalry · Million Dollar Backfield Head Coaches Shaw · Strader · Albert · Hickey · Christiansen · D. Nolan · Clark · Meyer · McCulley · O'Connor · Walsh · Seifert · Mariucci · Erickson · M. Nolan · Singletary · Tomsula (interim) · Harbaugh League Championships (5) 1981, 1984, 1988, 1989, 1994 Current League Affiliations League: National Football League · Conference: National Football Conference · Division: West Division v · d · eCurrent team presidents of the National Football League American Football Conference AFC East Ralph Wilson (Buffalo Bills) None (Miami Dolphins) Jonathan Kraft (New England Patriots) None (New York Jets) AFC North Dick Cass (Baltimore Ravens) Mike Brown (Cincinnati Bengals) Mike Holmgren (Cleveland Browns) Art Rooney II (Pittsburgh Steelers) AFC South Jamey Rootes (Houston Texans) Bill Polian (Indianapolis Colts) None (Jacksonville Jaguars) Bud Adams (Tennessee Titans) AFC West Pat Bowlen (Denver Broncos) None (Kansas City Chiefs) None (Oakland Raiders) Dean Spanos (San Diego Chargers) National Football Conference NFC East Jerry Jones (Dallas Cowboys) John Mara (New York Giants) Joe Banner (Philadelphia Eagles) None (Washington Redskins) NFC North Ted Phillips (Chicago Bears) Tom Lewand (Detroit Lions) Mark Murphy (Green Bay Packers) Mark Wilf (Minnesota Vikings) NFC South Rich McKay (Atlanta Falcons) Danny Morrison (Carolina Panthers) None (New Orleans Saints) Malcolm Glazer (Tampa Bay Buccaneers) NFC West Michael Bidwill (Arizona Cardinals) None (St. Louis Rams) Jed York (San Francisco 49ers) None (Seattle Seahawks) References ^ a b c d e f g h "Jed York". San Francisco 49ers. http://www.49ers.com/team/front_office_detail.php?PRKey=77. Retrieved 2009-07-04. [dead link] ^ a b Ann Killion. "Young Jed York is growing into his role as face of 49ers". San Jose Mercury News. http://www.mercurynews.com/49ers/ci_12706543?source=rss. Retrieved 2009-07-04.  ^ a b Eric Young (2009-02-15). "Executive profile: Jed York, S.F. 49ers". San Francisco Business Times. http://sanfrancisco.bizjournals.com/sanfrancisco/stories/2009/02/16/tidbits3.html. Retrieved 2009-07-04.  ^ Matt Maiocco. "Jed York Named Team President". Press Democrat. http://blog.pressdemocrat.com/49ers/2008/12/jed-york-named-team-president.html. Retrieved 2009-07-04.  ^ "Jed York Named Team President". San Francisco 49ers. http://www.49ers.com/pressbox/news_detail.php?PRKey=5053&section=PR%20News. Retrieved 2009-07-04. [dead link] ^ Adam Schefter. "Jed York: 49ers Will Win NFC West". ESPN. http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=5673466. Retrieved 2010-10-25.  ^ David Fleming. "49ers' Jed-eye Knight Sees All". ESPN. http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/page2/story?page=fleming/101014&sportCat=nfl. Retrieved 2010-10-25.  Persondata Name York, Jed Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death