George Leon Argyros is a former United States Ambassador to Spain. He is also a real estate investor, and was the owner of Major League Baseball's Seattle Mariners from 1981 to 1989.
|Born:||George Leon Argyros, 1937 (age 81–82), Detroit, Michigan|
|Alma mater:||Chapman University|
|Occupation:||Ambassador, real estate investor, and the former owner of the Seattle Mariners|
About George Argyros
Billionaire real estate investor and former owner of the Seattle Mariners MLB franchise.
He received a degree in Business and Economics from Chapman University in 1959.
He was named the U.S. Ambassador to Spain in 2001.
He had three children with his wife Julia.
He was appointed to the board of Freddie Mac in 1990 by President George Bush.
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- California Institute of Technology trustees
- Seattle Mariners owners
- Ambassadors of the United States to Spain
- Chapman University alumni
- Businesspeople from Detroit
- Baseball executives
- Major League Baseball owners
- Real estate and property developers