Q: In last week’s AJC in the article about Warrick Dunn buying a minority share in the Falcons, it mentioned that there were seven owners of minority shares. Who are the others? — John Titus,

[The following was published Dec. 22, 2009, in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.]

Q: In last week’s AJC in the article about Warrick Dunn buying a minority share in the Falcons, it mentioned that there were seven owners of minority shares. Who are the others? — John Titus, Stone Mountain.

A: The former Falcons player joins the other limited partners: John P. Imlay Jr., chairman of Imlay Investments Inc.; Ronald E. Canakaris, chairman and chief investment officer of Montag & Caldwell; Douglas J. Hertz, president and CEO of United Distributors; Ed Mendel, co-founder of the Ned Davis Research Group, and Davis, Mendel & Regenstein Inc.; Derek V. Smith, chairman and CEO of the Institute of Global Prescience; and John A. Williams, CEO of Williams Realty Advisors. The deal is expected to be completed in March, according to the Falcons.

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