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Farzaneh brothers support education, housing, other causes in central Oklahoma

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Brothers Mohammad and Jalal Farzaneh, owners of Home Creations, are applauded by then University of Oklahoma President David Boren and then Dean Suzette Grillot (still on faculty) as they announce a gift to benefit the College of International Studies and unveil a sculpture titled Omar Khayyam, in back, by internationally noted Iranian sculptor Professor Hossein Fakhimi on March 30, 2016, in Norman. [THE OKLAHOMAN ARCHIVES]
Brothers Mohammad and Jalal Farzaneh, owners of Home Creations, are applauded by then University of Oklahoma President David Boren and then Dean Suzette Grillot (still on faculty) as they announce a gift to benefit the College of International Studies and unveil a sculpture titled Omar Khayyam, in back, by internationally noted Iranian sculptor Professor Hossein Fakhimi on March 30, 2016, in Norman. [THE OKLAHOMAN ARCHIVES]
MOORE — Revolution didn’t break out in Iran 40 years ago until after the Farzaneh brothers left to study architecture at the University of Oklahoma, but its effects reached around the world and lay a heavy weight on both of them. “Because of the economic sanctions and challenges, there was no money coming to us,” Jalal Farzaneh recalled. “So...
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