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William Clay Ford Sr., a former Ford Motor vice chairman and the last surviving grandson of founder Henry Ford, died Sunday at age 88.
William Clay Ford at a Ford Motor Co. board of directors event in 1986. He was 23 when he became a Ford director in 1948, one year after the death of his grandfather, Henry Ford.