The former governor of São Paulo and former president of Sao Paulo FC, Natel Report, died on Monday (18), at 99 years of age.
Natel, whose cause of death has not yet been revealed, was instrumental in the construction of the Cícero Pompeu de Toledo Stadium, Morumbi, in the 1960s.
He chaired the club between 1958 and 1971. Then, between 1971 and 1975, he was governor of the State of São Paulo, succeeding Roberto de Abreu Sodré and having been succeeded by Paulo Egídio Martins.
At the end of his life, he used to ride a simple car and visit the old newsstand, after old copies, at Wendell Wilkie Square, in front of the local supermarket in Pacaembu.
In his career, Natel, born in São Manuel (SP), on September 14, 1920, was a director at Bradesco and was also always connected to the financial market.
On Twitter, São Paulo mourned the death of the former president.
“São Paulo FC reports and regrets, with immense regret, the death of its Patron and former President Laudo Natel, at 99 years old. Our eternal thanks to one of the most important figures in the history of our Club for the decades of unconditional love for our Colors.
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