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John Crosland Jr., chairman emeritus of legendary Charlotte real estate firm Crosland, has died.
Crosland, 86, had been suffering from Parkinson’s disease for several years. He was the company’s president and chief executive until 1999 and retired as chairman in 2007.
“We are all saddened by Mr. Crosland’s passing but are fortunate that he prepared extensively to ensure the company’s future,” said Adam Ford, president of Crosland, in a statement.