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September 18, 1988 | BELLA STUMBO, Times Staff Writer
Like most of the men in the family, Jeff Coors, 43, new president of the Adolph Coors Co., is quiet, friendly, totally unaffected and given to startling remarks. Sitting in his office on the brewery grounds, here is the first thing he said: "Jeez, I hope you don't try to paint this family as some sort of idealistic, above-it-all kind of family. There are no fairy tales involved in this family.
NEWS
September 18, 1988 | BELLA STUMBO, Times Staff Writer
Like most of the men in the family, Jeff Coors, 43, new president of the Adolph Coors Co., is quiet, friendly, totally unaffected and given to startling remarks. Sitting in his office on the brewery grounds, here is the first thing he said: "Jeez, I hope you don't try to paint this family as some sort of idealistic, above-it-all kind of family. There are no fairy tales involved in this family.
BUSINESS
May 15, 1985
Adolph Coors Co. announced a corporate reorganization of the parent company and its subsidiaries. The new structure creates an office of the chairman to which the brewing company's president reports. It includes Bill Coors, chairman, and Joe Coors, vice chairman. Under the new structure, all Coors companies and subsidiaries will be divided into two major operating divisions--corporate and brewing.
NEWS
September 19, 1988 | BELLA STUMBO, Times Staff Writer
The Coors clan gathers only rarely--family togetherness, Sunday afternoons spent bouncing the babies and taking happy snapshots out by the garden barbecue is in no way the style of this independent bunch. But when they do collect for some family celebration, maybe an anniversary or at Christmas, it must be a seething scene of heated disagreement on practically everything.
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