Earl L. (Curly) Lambeau

 © Photographed January 30, 2015
Unveiled 2003
Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin
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Earl L. (Curly) Lambeau
 Founder / V.P. / Head Coach / Player 1919-49
Curly Lambeau founded the Green Bay Packers in 1919 and was a driving force in the team's early years, including the 1921 decision to join what is now the NFL. He served as head coach for the franchise's first 31 seasons, leading the Packers to six league championships (1929-30-31, 1936, 1939, 1944) and posting a 212-106-21 NFL record (.656). Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1963. City Stadium renamed in his honor two years later. Was an outstanding prep athlete at Green Bay East High School before brief collegiate career at Notre Dame. Born April 9, 1898, in Green Bay. Died June 1, 1965, at age 67
The marker is located adjacent to the parking lot at the Lombardi Avenue entrance to Lambeau Field on eastbound Lombardi Avenue / County Highway VK, east of its intersection with South Ridge Road, at 1265 Lombardi Avenue, Green Bay, Wisconsin 54304.

Wikipedia: Curly Lambeau

Packers.com: Hall of Famers: Earl L. (Curly) Lambeau -- Class of 1963

Pro Football Hall of Fame: Hall of Famers: Earl (Curly) Lambeau

Lambeau Field

Official Website of the Green Bay Packers

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The 14-foot statue weighs 2,000 pounds and is placed atop a 4-foot base;
the statue is much bigger in real life that it appears in the photos . . .

 Curly Lambeau (1918)
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The Curly Lambeau statue is on the right.

The statue and marker are located at Lambeau Field.

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