Emil Sick

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Emil G. Sick
Seattle Rainiers owner Emil Sick, 1953.jpg
Emil Sick, 1953
BornJune 3, 1894
DiedNovember 10, 1964(1964-11-10) (aged 70)
Resting placeAcacia Memorial Park and Funeral Home, Lake Forest Park, King County, Washington, U.S.
OccupationBrewer, sports entrepreneur
Spouse(s)Kathleen Thelma McPhee (m. 1918-1962)
Martha Gardner (m. 1963)
Children5
Parent(s)Father, Fritz Sick (1859-1945);

Emil Sick (June 3, 1894 – November 10, 1964) was a brewing worker and industrialist in Canada and later the U.S. He is best known for his involvement as owner of baseball teams and stadiums in Seattle and Vancouver, British Columbia from the 1930s until 1960.[1][2][3][4][5]

See also[edit]

  • Seattle Postcards: The Seattle Rainiers. credit: The Seattle Times. [Link]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sportspress Northwest - 03/06/2012 Seattle First Citizen Emil Sick, by David Eskenazi
  2. ^ Except from: Seattle Rainiers - Pitchers of Beer, Dan Raley author. http://sportspressnw.com/2011/04/wayback-machine-the-rainiers-pitchers-of-beer/
  3. ^ The 1969 Seattle Pilots: Major League Baseball's One-Year Team, page 7-8, author, Kenneth Hogan
  4. ^ http://www3.telus.net/jgbennie/history.htm - Vancouver Baseball History, by Jim Bennie (CKWX radio)
  5. ^ Emil Sick obit from Brewery Gems - http://www.brewerygems.com/emil.htm

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