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Norman Braman

automotive and sports team executive

Norman Braman, American automotive and former sports team executive. Named one of Top 200 Collectors, ARTnews Magazine, 2004-2008, Forbes 400: Richest Americans, 2009.


Braman, Norman was born on August 22, 1932 in West Chester, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Harry and Katie (Rappaport) Braman.


Bachelor, Temple University, 1955.


With marketing and sales department Seagrams Distributors, New York City, 1955-1957. Founder Keystone Stores, Philadelphia, 1957-1972. President Braman Enterprises, Miami, Florida, since 1972.

Owner Philadelphia Eagles, 1985—1994. Chairman ARCONA, Miami, 1985-1987.


Member United States Holocaust Memorial Council. Campaign chairman United Jewish Appeal, Miami. Board governors University Miami Medical School.

Board directors American Israel Public Affairs Committee, Miami. Member Dade County Planning and Advisory Board. Founder, trustee Mount Sinai Medical Center, Miami.

Board governors Tel Aviv University. Trustee United Israel Appeal. Member Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce.


Married Irma Miller, September 30, 1956. Children: Debra Braman Shack, Susan Lynn.