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Philadelphia Flyers owner Ed Snider jubilantly talks to reporters in the team locker room following the Philadelphia Flyers 4-2 win over the Montreal Canadians to win the NHL Eastern Conference finals at the Wachovia Center in Philadelphia May 24, 2010. UPI/John Anderson
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Edward M. Snider (born January 6, 1933, Washington, D.C.) is the American Chairman of Comcast Spectacor, a Philadelphia-based sports and entertainment company that owns the Philadelphia Flyers of the NHL, the Philadelphia 76ers of the NBA, the Wells Fargo Center, the Spectrum, the regional sports network Comcast SportsNet and Global Spectrum, an international facilities management company.

Snider, the son of a successful grocery-store chain owner, attended the University of Maryland and earned his bachelor's degree. He would become a partner in Edge Ltd., a record company. When in financial trouble, Jerry Wolman helped him out.

After selling the company, Snider joined Jerry Wolman (builder) and his brother-in-law Earl Foreman (attorney) to buy the Philadelphia Eagles in 1964. He was given a 7 percent stake in the team, and served as vice president and treasurer.

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