The 49ers Alumni Board consists of former 49ers players who serve many valuable roles for the 49ers organization. The mission of the Alumni Board is to actively serve the community while being a valuable resource to football operations, and to aid the connection of past and present players.
A fixture at right guard wearing his familiar No. 62, McIntyre is the proud holder of three Super Bowl Championship rings. After a tremendous collegiate career at the University of Georgia, McIntyre was selected by the 49ers in the third round of the 1984 NFL draft. He spent 10 seasons with the 49ers and was a five-time Pro Bowl selection.
McIntyre currently serves as the Director of Alumni for the 49ers where he oversees the alumni department and alumni coordinators. McIntyre has previoulsy served as a coaching assistant with the 49ers during mini-camps and training camps since. He has also coached the offensive line at Division III Menlo College.
The alumni coordinators take an active role in the 49ers day-to-day involvement in the community, and with our corporate partners and our fans.
Bono, originally a sixth round draft pick of the Minnesota Vikings in 1985, spent 14 years in the NFL and was a member of the 49ers organization from 1989-93. He has one Super Bowl ring to his credit. During his career Bono started 42 games and completed 934-of-1,701 passes for 10,439 yards and 62 touchdowns.
After retiring from the league in 2000, Bono returned to the Bay Area where he lives with his wife and their two children.
A true gentlemen and an ironman of his time, Sapolu spent 15 seasons wearing the red & gold of the 49ers and earned Pro Bowl honors as both a guard and a center.
Sapolu is one of six 49ers to own four Super Bowl Championship Rings and of those six players, he is the only one with a ring from Super Bowl XXIX. He was a member of the 1984, 1988, 1989 and 1994 Super Bowl teams.
After retiring from the NFL in 1997, Sapolu remained in California and is the Vice President of Security Protection Services. He has four children, two recently graduated from college and two remain in school.
A second round selection in 1981, Wright went on to play 10 seasons for the 49ers and was a two-time Pro Bowl selection at cornerback.
Wright is among the select group of 49ers who own four Super Bowl rings, winning Championships in 1981, 1984, 1988 and 1989. He also owns the unique distinction of recording an interception in three different Super Bowls.
Wright is involved in numerous projects around the Bay Area, including coaching youth basketball.
At the end of the 2009 season, the 49ers hired Dwight Clark as a business operations consultant for the club. Clark currently works alongside 49ers Executive Vice President of Football and Business Operations Paraag Marathe and Vice President of Football Affairs Keena Turner. Clark focuses on special projects relating to business development, corporate hospitality, community investment, premium seating and the new stadium sales effort.
A legendary 49ers player, Clark spent his entire career in the Red and Gold (1979-87), before becoming an accomplished football executive and successful businessman. Since retiring from football, Clark has served as General Manager for both the San Francisco 49ers (1998) and the Cleveland Browns (1998-2002), and has also been involved in real estate development.
To the 49ers Faithful, Clark will always be remembered for what is simply known as “The Catch.” Trailing the Dallas Cowboys in the final minute of the 1981 NFC Championship Game, Clark leaped and miraculously caught a six-yard pass from quarterback Joe Montana in the back of the end zone to give the 49ers a 28–27 victory.
Owens is the measuring stick by which all 49ers alumni participation is measured by. Owens has been involved with the 49ers for over 50 years as both a player and administrator. In 1979, Owens joined the administrative side of the organization joining the inner circle of then Head Coach Bill Walsh and established the alumni department and set the standard that to this day the department is striving to maintain. In his role as executive advisory of the alumni keeping the 49ers organization and 49ers Faithful focused on its rich history. Owens continues to do luncheons, golf tournaments, home games and other public promotional events.
Owens was most recently elected into the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame (BASHOF) on March 22, 2010 in San Francisco, CA.
Owens spent five seasons with the 49ers after being drafted in the 14th round as a junior out of the College of Idaho. He didn’t play football in his junior year due to a dislocated shoulder injury. He became the first player in 49ers history to gain over 1,000 yards (1,032 yards), best known for his touchdown catches in the end zone from Y.A. Tittle and John Brodie that earned him the nickname “Alley-Oop” for his leaping ability. His leaping ability as a former college basketball player enable “Oop” to become the first player in NFL history to ever block a 40 yard field goal attempt at the crossbar.
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