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Late Buffalo Bills owner Ralph Wilson, a Detroit native, will reportedly leave a legacy in his hometown now that his estate recently agreed to sell the team.The Buffalo News reported Friday that "a large portion" of proceeds from the $1.4 billion Wilson's estate received for its sale of the team to Terry and Kim Pegula are earmarked for Detroit philanthropy. is also expected to benefit as Wilson made it clear before he died that his foundation would only spend the money in those two cities, the News report added.
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The source also told The News the foundation will be aggressive in supporting charitable causes in Buffalo and that its endowment will dwarf that of the Buffalo based John R. Oishei Foundation, which describes itself as the area largest private foundation, with more than $300 million in assets.just seals Ralph Wilson legacy as just a great benefactor for Buffalo and Western New York, said Rep. Brian Higgins, a Buffalo Democrat who said he received word of Wilson latest and largest gift to Buffalo a few days ago. is huge. unclear, based on the News' report, what the foundation will specifically do in Detroit and Buffalo, but the newspaper does provide examples of grants the foundation issued in the past.
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Wilson died March 25 at his home in Grosse Pointe Shores, a Metro Detroit suburb. He was 95.Wilson was born in Columbus, Ohio, but spent most of his childhood in Detroit.Wilson's health, according to ESPN, began failing in 2011 after having hip surgery, so it forced him to spend much of his time at home in Grosse Pointe Shores.The last Bills home game Wilson reportedly attended was in 2010.Known as a pro football ownership pioneer, Wilson was the founder and sole owner of the Bills when it joined the AFL in 1960.He then played a key role in the AFL's merger with the NFL in 1970, and was inducted into the Football Hall of Fame in 2009.
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Wilson owned and operated various businesses in Metro Detroit including mines, factories and other manufacturing outlets.