San Francisco 49ers ownership at a glance

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Majority owners: Denise DeBartolo York, 64; John York, 65

Minority owners: Jed York (pictured) , 34

Source of wealth: Real estate development and building shopping malls by Denise’s father, Eddie DeBartolo Sr. Eddie Jr. was the owner until being involved in a federal Louisiana gambling fraud investigation and ceding control to Denise in 2000.

Net worth: $1.1 billion (Forbes)

Residence: Youngstown, Ohio

Marital status: Married

Family: Four children, son, Jed (pictured), who is CEO of the team, and Tony, and twin daughters, Jenna and Mara.

Education: University of Notre Dame

When purchased team and for how much: Denise took over control of the team from brother Eddie in 2000 while he was suspended by the NFL. Father, Eddie Sr., bought the 49ers in 1977.

Franchise valuation: $1.6 billion (Forbes)

2014 revenue/rank: $270 million/21st (Forbes)

Owns stadium: No

Ownership philosophy: The 49ers combine their passion for building a championship team with their commitment to being the best possible business partners and community citizens. (49ers media guide)

Defining moment in ownership tenure: Turning control of team over to son Jed in late 2008.

Regular/postseason wins-losses during tenure: 118-121-1/6-5

General managers during tenure: Bill Walsh (1999-2001), Terry Donahue (2001-05), Scot McCloughan (2005-10), Trent Baalke (2011-present)

Coaches during tenure: Steve Mariucci (1997-2002), Dennis Erickson (2003-04), Mike Nolan (2005-08), Mike Singletary (2008-10) Jim Tomsula (2010 interim), Jim Harbaugh (2011-14), Jim Tomsula (hired Jan. 14, 2015)

Playoff appearances: 2001, 2002, 2011, 2012, 2013

Super Bowl appearances/championships: Lost to Ravens 34-31 in Super Bowl XLVII (2012 season).

NFL committees: John is chairman of the NFL’s health and safety advisory committee and member of both the League’s audit and international committees. Denise is a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame committee.