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San Diego businessman ends financial wait for former Chargers star Paul Lowe

They stood in the back yard of Paul Lowe’s Logan Avenue home, two 70-plus men peeling up shirts to explain how they might not be so different after all.

The first shirt headed north belonged to Scott Jones, the chairman and owner of Ace Parking, the San Diego-based industry giant that employs more than 4,500 in 10 states with estimated annual revenue of $370 million.

Jones, 70, a white guy who graduated from Stanford, wanted to show the former American Football League MVP the scars zig-zagging across his stomach from colon cancer surgery just six days earlier.