Dean Spanos, chairman and owner of the National Football League’s (NFL) San Diego / Los Angeles Chargers franchise, has two sons, John and AG Spanos.
The dynamic father-son duo that took over the operations of the Chargers in May 2015.
John Spanos was named the President of Football Operations, while A.G. Spanos, the eldest son, was announced as the President of Business Operations.
Dean Alexander Spanos, born on May 26, 1950, owns and is chairman of the San Diego / Los Angeles Chargers, a National Football League (NFL) franchise.
Spanos, a man of Greek heritage, spent his formative years in Stockton, California.
At Lincoln High School, he excelled in football and golf, earning himself varsity letters and the prestigious Lincoln High Hall of Fame Award.
Later, he attended the University of the Pacific, where he completed his studies and graduated in 1972.
His father, Alex Spanos, purchased the NFL team in 1984, and Dean Spanos took over daily operations in 1994 as president and CEO.
In 2015, he passed operations to his sons. After his father died in 2018, he became the complete owner of the team.
Meet Dean Spanos Son John And A.G. Spanos
As mentioned previously, the Los Angeles Chargers are now under the control of Dean Spanos’ sons.
A.G. Spanos, the eldest son of the Spanos family, plays a vital role in the organization’s day-to-day operations.
He oversees several areas, including marketing, sales, communications, digital media, and community relations.
While the elder Spanos is busy overseeing the team’s day-to-day operations, John Spanos, his younger son, takes on the crucial responsibilities of managing multiple aspects of the team.
From player personnel and coaching to player finance and salary cap, medical, equipment, video, player engagement, and security, John Spanos is the go-to person for ensuring everything runs smoothly behind the scenes.
Moreover, John and his wife, Jodie, live in Corona del Mar with their son, Jack, and daughter, Jade.
Meanwhile, A.G. Spanos’s wife, Susie Kamri, lives with their three sons in Laguna Beach.
Dean Spanos Sued By His Sister
The ongoing legal battle over the management of the Los Angeles Chargers has taken a new turn.
The team’s owner, Dean Spanos, is now facing a lawsuit filed by his sister, Dea Spanos Berberian.
The suit alleges “misogynistic” behavior, “self-dealing,” and repeated “breaches of fiduciary duty.”
Berberian’s lawyers want to acquire sole control of a family trust that constitutes more than one-third of the team’s ownership.
Furthermore, the lawsuit seeks to suspend and supplant Spanos as a co-trustee while also looking to recover any unstated fiscal damages awarded to Berberian.
Also, according to the lawsuit, Berberian accuses her brothers, Dean and Michael Spanos, of:
“Repeatedly acting out of their deeply-held misogynistic attitudes and sense of entitlement as the men in the family… and to rationalize their pitiable behavior which she believes is intended to teach her that a woman has no rights, no matter what any trust instrument might say.”