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Michigan graduate Stephen Ross honored with ESPY for philanthropy

July 12th, 2017 at 5:14 PM
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LOS ANGELES – The largest donor in University of Michigan history has been honored with an ESPY for his philanthropy.

Detroit native Stephen M. Ross is a 1962 graduate of the school. He is the chairman of The Related Companies, a global real estate development firm and owner of the NFL’s Miami Dolphins. He received the Stuart Scott ENSPIRE Award at the ESPN Sports Humanitarian Awards on Tuesday night.

Michigan’s Stephen M. Ross School of Business is named in his honor. He also attended the Wayne State School of Law. 

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“The very best of what sports can do was on full display at the third annual Sports Humanitarian Awards,” said Kevin Martinez, ESPN vice president, corporate citizenship in a statement.

“The …

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