BREAKING: Owner Who Moved L.A. Rams Has Died

Georgia Frontiere, who moved the Los Angeles Rams from Anaheim to St. Louis has died of breast cancer at the UCLA Medical Center.

The L.A. Times has the story.

From stlouisrams.com:

In lieu of flowers or gifts, the family requests that donations be made to The Georgia Frontiere Memorial Fund (Fund #618210). Checks should be made payable to The UCLA Foundation. Please mail to UCLA Division of Digestive Diseases, 100 Medical Plaza, Suite 265, Los Angeles, California 90095.

Donations may also be made online at: https://giving.ucla.edu/GeorgiaFrontiereMemorialFund.

For assistance, please call Patricia Roderick, Director of Development at (310) 825.7501.

2 Replies to “BREAKING: Owner Who Moved L.A. Rams Has Died”

  1. When she moved the team from the Coliseum, I canceled my season tickets and never supported the team again. Calling them the Los Angeles Rams after they moved to Anaheim was an insult to both cities. When they moved back to St. Louis, I shed no tears. Goodbye Georgia, your team is not missed.

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