James Ask, South Elgin William F. Laude, Frankfort Edward Pevonka, DeKalb Paul W. Levo, Collinsville Jon Pickering, Neponset Thomas Buchner, Glen Ellyn Jim Payne, O'Fallon Jay Lyons, Wheaton Tom Kinklelaar, Vernon Hills Gerald Feeney, Elmhurst Addison Owen, Mattoon Prospect Bryan Kimbro,Fillmore Robert Niblo, Freeport Charles Graber, Naperville Henry E. Wilson, Markham, Thomas C. Fryer, Arlington Hts. Patrick Larkin, Carlock Gene Krupa, Homewood Gary Swanson, Maple Park Robert W. Foster, Glen Ellyn LAFAYETTE – With two seconds remaining on the clock, redshirt junior placekicker Nate Snyder sent a 53-yard field goal sailing through the uprights as time expired to send No. Jerry Grunska, Deerfield James Ask, South Elgin Bobby Hausman, Godfrey Donald F. Schultz, Naperville, Gerald Herman, Gillespie He often plays with his son-in-law, Fox Sports NFL rule analyst Mike Pereira. Roy Snyder, Rochelle Kevin Donlan, Lombard Randy Cox, Normal Theodore Ross, Chicago Daniel L. Holly, Sullivan Dean Schulmeister, Staunton Rodney Simms, Decatur Charles Graber, Naperville Thomas W. Gattas, Mt. Brian Stady, Vernon Hills, William Laude, Frankfort Joseph Rix, Champaign Ron Fritts, Quincy Bud Gorman, West Peoria Paul Kindle, Roxana (Referee) Daniel Miller, Tinley Park, Wilton Crotz, Peoria Lee Roy F. Grosch, 81, of Clarion, passed away Monday, Jan. 11, 2021, in Clarion Hospital. Michael Ray, Chicago, G. Scott Jones, Centralia Thomas D. Eastman, Oak Lawn Chuck Esposito, Elk Grove Village © 1998 - 2021 Nexstar Inc. | All Rights Reserved. Terry Gallaher, Belleville Gene Krupa, Chicago Scott Garrey, Somonauk, Jason Gray, Swansea Frank A. Moscardini, Sr., Chicago Gary Grohovena, Tinley Park William Matheson, Chicago Ronald E. Rush, Quincy William Matheson, Chicago Early in the morning, a story from The Washington Post was released, reporting that he had paid $1.6 million to a former employee in 2009 to settle a sexual misconduct allegation. Trent Purcell, Carlyle L.T. Kenneth A. Swanson, McHenry George Kasper, Bolingbrook Richard T. Deitz, McLeansboro Mark Thompson, Lake Villa, Paul Tomazzoli, Hillsboro Robert L. Wright, Champaign, Norm Geske, Wheeling Greg Gherardini, O’Fallon Soon after the flag football league's success, the Reisterstown Area Tackle Football Program came about. Jerome Watkins, Woodridge, Tom Whitney, Bloomington William Penticoff, Freeport Richard Klein, Chicago Bill Charles, Lisle, Don Witherow, Normal Vernon Garrick M. Abezetian, Park Ridge, Chuck Esposito, Elk Grove Village Ken A. Otey, Fairfield Terry Wolf, Woodstock (Back Judge), Robert W. Blondi, Jr., Benton (Back Judge) Lynn Jefson, Decatur Chris Long, Sigel Grant Nohren, Villa Grove Neal Yates, Philo James Voyles, Tuscola. Ann L. Snyder Museum Chapel” within the Brunswick Naval Aviation Museum in honor of his beloved wife of 67 years. John R. Jennings, Crete “It rained and it snowed; it was miserable until we got liberated,” Snyder said. Sam Good, Oak Park, Harry Briggs, Granite City Charles Graber, Naperville HS Football Notebook: It's All In The Family When Snyders Meet TOM YANTZ There will be a team of Snyders wearing "Team Snyder" T-shirts at the Newington … Just hours later, his former first-round quarterback was apologizing on social media for being at a strip club on Sunday … Daniel Kampwerth, Breese James Voyles, Tuscola SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) — A Sacramento County sheriff's deputy and a K-9 have died after a shootout along the east side of Cal Expo, according to Sheriff Scott Jones. Ron Stern, Granite City (Line Judge), Boyd Goelitz, Esmond (Linesman) At a hundred years old, I’m still siting here,” Snyder said. Gregory Buchner, Aurora Thomas Buchner, Glen Ellyn Bill Burns, Crest Hill Stephen Fako, Naperville Calvin Tyson, Aurora. Jason Foy, Taylor Ridge, Joseph Slayton, Hazel Crest Richard D. Carlson, Sr., Shelbyville Joseph Stieglitz, East Peoria J. Jay Lyons, Wheaton SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) -- While accepting her nomination for vice president, Kamala Harris honored some of the chosen family she says shaped her - the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority at Howard University. Prospect (Referee) Richard Henley, Herrin Tim Feigh, Elmhurst John Perkins, Springfield Chase Young, having fun. Richard Leiber, LaGrange Eugene Saville, Alton Michael J. Reier, Geneva, Wayne V. Kroeger, Nokomis A novel way of beginning the football game was tried in 1936 when a local aviator, Roy Snyder, dropped the game ball from an airplane passing over the stadium. https://www.snyderfuneralhomes.com/obituary/roy-lee-butch-adair Kurt Kuebler, Winfield Albert H. VanHorn, Marion, Jerald D. Eiserman, McHenry Dave Figueira, Springfield Vernon (Line Judge), John L. Bell, Dundee (Umpire) Norm Erickson, Libertyville Mike Swick, Newton Jeffrey Rutledge, Wheaton, Dick Deitz, McLeansboro, Head Official IHSA officials Tony Clarke and Roy Snyder talk about Roy’s process to rise to being a state final official in Football, Wrestling and Baseball Rex Roberts, Mattoon Ted Skoundrianos, Oak Lawn Thomas Wedryk, Chicago Kenneth Wilcoxen, Walnut (Back Judge) (John McDonnell/The Washington Post) ... Shout out to Roy … Paul Black, Schaumburg Richard A. Thompson, Quincy, L.T. Larry Steen, Kankakee Richard Rocco, Oak Forest, Mel Klitzing, Champaign Tuesday must have been an extremely tough day for Washington team owner Daniel Snyder. Frederick J. Kusch, Elk Grove Village Martin Mallen, Chicago Rudy Witsman, Mt. Robert Hawkins, St. Charles Frank Moscardini, Sr., Chicago Walter Andrews, Bourbonnais Stephen Garbaciak, Jr., Mokena, Kent Hammond, Springfield The football was decorated with thirty foot long streamers of maroon and gold and red and black, for the school colors of Bloomsburg and Mansfield. Richard Carter, Rantoul Brian Hebert, Bradley Norman Lienemann, Decatur Paul Engstrom, DeKalb Larry Kirchner, Bonfield Richard S. Underwood, Somonauk, James D. Evans, Alton Norman Erickson, Libertyville, Mickey Boudreau, Bradley Larry Nemmers, Elgin “He took my wristwatch off my arm and took all my money that I had on me, and that was the start of my captivity,” Snyder said. Roy Halladay ready to return to baseball, and he could be back with the Blue Jays It sounds like an advisory role at first, but maybe he'll eventually be a pitching coach By Matt Snyder John M. Swick, Mattoon, Garrick M. Abezetian, Park Ridge Eugene Lash, Danville Charles L. Popp, Crystal Lake Snyder and the other prisoners of war were marched west for 18 days through Austria so they could be liberated by American forces. Gail Borton, West Frankfort Bob Hardt, Elgin Thomas J. Frangella, Orland Park David Collins, Bethalto Ken Hungate, Benton Jeffrey Majka, St. Charles Mark L. Trella, Bolingbrook, Thomas J. Cappelen, Hoffman Estates Trent Purcell, Carlyle Thomas J. Balle, Willowbrook William F. Laude, Frankfort Edward J. Reier, Aurora Donald McVeain, Peoria, Larry Kuba, Staunton Terry Gallaher, Belleville Mark Jontry, Bloomington, Thomas Hug, Joliet Donald F. Schultz, Naperville, Michael J. Holba, Mokena Loyd Grafford, Wood River Clyde Cole, Greenfield, Victor Hartmann, Rockford Joseph Rix, Jr., Champaign (Line Judge) In April, 1945 after 16 months in captivity, Snyder says the guards told everyone to get ready to move, as the Russian Red Army was invading close to Krems and the Germans running the camp did not want to be captured by them. Samuel Daniels, Chicago Stephen Fako, Naperville You Can’t Unsee It: Washington Football Name and Quiet Acts of Resistance When ESPN reporters and fans aren’t buying a racist name, it might be time for Dan Snyder to … Barry Hall, Rockton John Sullivan, Normal, Wayne A. Endicott, Palatine Tom Kinkelaar, Mundelein Paul Frerking, Chicago Ronald T. Clark, Eldorado A. Kevin Donlan, Wheaton Robert Jozwiak, Darien Gail Borton, West Frankfort William Schmitt, Godfrey Tony R. Sciutto, Cedarville, Don Anderson, DeKalb Robert Young, Roscoe, Don DeWees, Astoria The Baltimore Colts being on top of the NFL also helped. Frank Sumner, Beardstown. Edward Moricolo, Woodstock Jim Lapetina, Addison Earl W. White, Decatur, Jerry D. Eiserman, McHenry Ranking Washington football seasons in the Daniel Snyder era from least to most fun. Are you a … Richard H. Rokop, Aurora William Fields, Chicago The committee was formed with myself, Roy Snyder and Jack Gallagher (deceased). Ian Macaulay, Lindenhurst (Back Judge), Wayne J. Conroy, Freeport (Line Judge) English (US) Español; Français (France) 中文(简体) Joe T. Hall, Winfield Gary Hahn, Kewanee George M. Lewerenz, Lake in the Hills (Referee) William Fields, Chicago Andrew Stefik, II, Orland Park, Hershel King, Jr., Chicago Paul Kindle, Roxana Randy Cox, Woodridge An unidentified suspect has also died after he was shot, according to Sheriff Jones. Robert Ybarra, Montgomery Jay Lyons, Wheaton, Howard Owens, Sullivan Jim Pownall, Decatur Kenneth A. Swanson, McHenry John Dacey, North Aurora Stan Block, Cary William Schmitt, Godfrey “But where would you escape in the middle of Germany? Richard Thompson, Quincy, Thomas Eastman, Oak Lawn Cleatus is later seen in the Season 27 episode "How Lisa Got Her Marge Back". Robert L. Wright, Champaign, Gene Fowler, Oak Forest Jeffery Souligne, Kankakee, Joshua Reese, St. Joseph ... Lynn and Chesnutt have nominated Roy Snyder and Bob Davis for their flankers, with Klein and John Hughes going to the tackle positions. Richard R. Considine, Mattoon Ted Knapp, Mt. Richard Busscher, Winnetka David Kraft, Lombard Lance Reece, Bloomington, Rodney Bachman, Mahomet John Rigg, Springfield However while stationed in Italy, Snyder’s luck ran out. Kelly Douglas, Rockford Carl M. Klindworth, Plainfield Calvin White, Chicago James Collins, Harrisburg Robert Parkinson, Kankakee John W. Krenkel, South Holland, Robert W. Blondi, Jr., Benton David Yockey, Monticello David M. Davis, Mt. Timothy Kinney, Naperville Larry G. Pettit, Benton, Robert L. Flores, Manteno John Long, Romeoville Kenneth E. Wilcoxen, Walnut (Back Judge), Boyd Goelitz, Esmond (Linesman) Clyde Cole, Greenfield, Larry Leitner, Pekin Tom Kinkelaar, Vernon Hills, Harry Briggs, Granite City Mike Botts, Rock Island Paul M. Tomazzoli, Hillsboro (Referee), John Kiefer, Naperville (Line Judge) Jeffery Wesley, Matteson, Timothy Hogan, Maryville Richard A. Sauget, Sauget Roy Snyder, Mt. Compared to winter in 2019, when rainstorms washed away drought and fire dangers, winter in 2021 is making fire season a year-round event. Gene Krupa, Homewood Frank Rutter, Freeport Ed Norfleet, Monticello Paul Cloutier, Chicago Al Corwin, Sheffield Bill Laude, Frankfort, Head Official, Dick Deitz, McLeansboro, (Coordinator of Officials) Kraig Kniss, Lanark (Umpire) Eugene Sawalich, Belleville, Chuck Feeney, El Paso Willie J. Jackson, North Chicago Wilton Crotz, West Peoria, Robert Mulvihill, Kankakee Neal Yates, Philo Len Scaduto, Oak Lawn Theodore Ross, Chicago, Jim Bernardi, Lake Forest Dan Holly, Mattoon Thomas Hornback, Kewanee William R. Penticoff, Freeport FREMONT, Calif. (KTXL) – Playing dice at his home in Fremont is one of Roy Kermit Snyder’s favorite activities to do these days. Richard R. Considine, Mattoon Joseph Melaniphy, Homer Glen James J. Righeimer, Lincolnshire, Preston Brewer, Metropolis Donald Hulin, Cambridge Gary Gain, Fairfield, Ted Lepucki, Arlington Hts. Art Adams, Wrestling — Normal Sid Drain, Boys Gymnastics — Rolling Meadows Don Drumm, Swimming & Diving — Wheaton Ron Fahnestock, Basketball — Canton Gene Fowler, Baseball — Oak Forest Jerry Grunska, Football — Deerfield Roy Gummerson, Track and Field — Oak Park Willie Jones, Soccer — Evan… Paul Frerking, Chicago M. Calvin Hollon, Warrensburg Richard Tolle, Witt Stephen Mitze, Monticello, Octavio Herrera, Naperville Terry Kestner, Macomb Gene Krupa, Homewood Jeanne W. Snyder of Ottsville passed away Friday, Jan. 6, 2017, in Pine Run Health Center, Doylestown. Edward E. Johnston, South Holland Rudy Witsman, Mt. Charles Dhooge, Moline Stephen Turinsky, Arlington Hts. David Mullen, Colona, John Kelly, Wheaton Ron Clark, Eldorado Mark Thomas, Arcola Staff Sgt. Stan Serwatka, East St. Louis, Stan Decker, Normal Daniel Smith Richard Busscher, Winnetka Richard J. Grube, Buffalo Grove Bonner, Chicago Richard Lippert, Rockford We were also encouraged by Harry Coulter who was involved the the Baltimore County Recreation Council." Donald Frits, Port Byron Mark Thompson, Lake Villa, Michael Bennett, Frankfort Christopher Hartbank, Mattoon Donald McVeain, Peoria Howard Burns, Aurora Bill Burns, Crest Hill William R. Penticoff, Freeport John J. Doolan, Jr., West Peoria (Umpire) John Jennings, Crete John R. Anderson, Brookfield, Joseph A. Garrow, Freeport Victor C. Buehler, Granite City Charles Hutchens, Quincy James Felton, Country Club Hlils, Thomas Garrey, Batavia Carl T. Seaberg, Warrenville Edward J. Reier, Aurora (Back Judge) The average Roy Snyder is around 75 years of age with around 37% falling in to the age group of 81+. Allan Smigiel, McHenry William Schmitt, Godfrey Calvin Tyson, Aurora, Lynn Jefson, Decatur Roger Quinlan, Rantoul Ted Knapp, Mt. Theodore Storer II, Manhattan He was an educator in Fremont and has six children and even more grandchildren. Warren C. Cooley, Chicago Gary Grohovena, Tinley Park Thomas Eagle, Moline David Minnick, Stillman Valley Chris Long, Sigel Randy Cox, Bloomington Mike Stivers, Staunton Donnie Lynn Woodward, 75, Snyder, passed away on Nov. 19th, 2020 at Ayers Nursing Home, Snyder. Chris Bergschneider, Chatham Dave Figueira, Springfield Dan Dooley, Lisle Kirby Hamm, West Peoria Chuck Esposito, Des Plaines Larry Wilcoxen, Walnut, Robert Hearns, Rockford William Laude, Frankfort – COO, Gregory Lindgren, Tinley Park Mike Swick, Newton We are pleased to announce that RADM Roy D. Snyder, Jr, USN (Retired) has pledged $25,000 to our “Wheels Up” capital campaign to name the “Mrs. Marlen McGinnis, Bushnell, Terry Anderson, Orion Andrew Stefik, II, Orland Park Morris (Line Judge) John Rigg, Springfield Thomas J. McCabe, Algonquin Thomas F. Hornback, Kewanee Jerry Grunska, Deerfield Alonzo Smiley Robert Jozwiak, Darien Robert Redman, Watseka, Richard R. Bartlett, Quincy Thomas Eagle, Coal Valley Richard H. Rokop, Aurora Douglas Strohm, Springfield Dennis Doyle, Joliet Ted Skoudrianos, Oak Lawn Bonner, Chicago Inter squad Football Benefit Game Tonight. Robert Gordon, Champaign Richard J. Grubbe, Buffalo Grove Prospect Samuel R. Daniels, Chicago Jack L. Lulay, Brimfield Kirby D. Hamm, West Peoria (Linesman) Brian Mason, Manito, Brian Hebert, Bradley Bill Orris, Palatine Warren C. Cooley, Chicago Larry Wilcoxen, Walnut Robert Redman, Watseka, Donald Anderson, DeKalb Fred Allman, Addison, Kevin McMurray, Willow Springs Greg Brown, Jerseyville He often plays with his son-in-law, Fox Sports NFL … Edward Pevonka, Sycamore Wayne Kendall, Mt. Mark Thompson, Lake Villa, Dee Wiley, Harrisburg James Morrisey, Glen Carbon Daniel Kampwerth, Breese John Jakobsze, Palatine Howard Harris, North Chicago Rick Etheridge, Albion Stephen Larkin, Bloomington Craig Page, Bradley, Douglas Hammel, Mt. National Federation of State High School Associations, Town Meetings / Principals' Rules Meetings, Illinois High School Activities Foundation. James Righeimer, Deerfield, Norm Kruger, Rockford Darrell Stremming, Pana, Jim Jones, Tinley Park Eugene Sawalich, Belleville David Butts, Cary Thomas J. Holba, Lansing Richard C. Hamilton, Elk Grove Village Stan Jensen, Walnut, Dale Eichelberger, Fisher Ronald E. Rush, Quincy Ken A. Otey, Fairfield James voyles, Tuscola Roy Snyder, Mt. Jeffrey Fuller, Byron William Matheson, Chicago That soldier then told him, “‘For you, the war is over.'”. Jean Des Marteau, Kankakee Robert Niblo, Freeport Wayne Nelson, Aurora Clifton Rogers, Calumet City Wes Fritz, Wheaton Robert Schiffbauer, Ottawa Thomas J. Balle, Willowbrook David McIntyre, Wheaton “Two months before Pearl Harbor, I was discharged,” Snyder told FOX40. Bob Edwards, Fairfield Michael Reier, Geneva (Umpire), Thomas J. Cappelen, Hoffman Estates (Linesman) John Steeves, Clarendon Hills Joseph Rix, Champaign, John Kelly, Wheaton Stan Peterson, Kewanee, Bruce Hill, Jr., East St. Louis Dennis Doyle, Joliet Thomas Fay, Alton SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) – Dry winds swept through the Sacramento region Monday afternoon fueling a small grass fire near Woodland. Frank L. Rutter, Jr., Freeport Guy Holtkamp, Centralia D. Douglas Jack, Carlyle, Octavio Herrera, Jr., Naperville Phil Coady, Glen Carbon Thomas Pence, Oswego Joseph Slayton, Hazel Crest, Donald Cook, Forreston Morris Stephen Hayes, Moline Edward Patock, Chicago Howard Owens, Urbana Michael Marshall, Moro Mark Thomas, Arcola Patrick Schneider, Hawthorn Woods Elizabeth Zanolli joined the Duke athletic department in September of 2005 and serves as an assistant athletic trainer. Donald E. Cook, Forreston (Referee) Larry P. Williams, Bartonville, Wayne Endicott, Palatine Bert Gerger, Springfield, Doug Hammel, Mt. She was the wife of Roy D. Snyder… Richard Leiber, LaGrange, Wilton Crotz, West Peoria Mrs. Donna L. Snyder Mrs. Donna L. Snyder, 70, of Lehighton, passed away Sunday, July 14, at the Lehigh Valley Hospital Center, Cedar Crest. Jack Whittenberg, Centralia, Willie Jackson, North Chicago Edward Johnston, Crete William Sherlock, Chicago Snyder brought Roy on as one of about 60 founders of The Smith Center for the Performing Arts. Larry P. Williams, Bartonville(Referee), Michael J. Jurkanin, Litchfield (Back Judge) About 80 years ago, Snyder had similar luck being discharged from the army while he was stationed in Hawaii in October 1941. Fred McGlaughlin, Moline Al Scheel, Chicago Heights, Richard Carlson, Shelbyville Richard Underwood, Somonauk, Ed Curtin, Palatine Stan D. Block, Cary Larry P. Williams, Bartonville, Gordon L. Carey, Washington Timothy Kinney, Naperville John Hilgenberg, Glendale Heights Gillespie, Kevin Rowland, Frankfort John G. Ortwerth, Quincy John H. Widmayer, Woodstock, L.T. John J. Doolan, Peoria Mike Harrison, Belleville Stephen E. Ruggiero, Long Grove, Jerry Frump, Naperville Michael C. McClintock, Wood River, Wayne Bigham, DuQuoin David Mullen, Colona, Grant Nohren, Villa Grove Jim Lapetina, Addison, Richard Bartlett, Quincy Martin Mallen, Chicago, Howard Owens, Sullivan Peter Schiavone, Fenton, James Glueckert, Arlington Hts. Chris Hartbank, Mattoon Thomas J. McCabe, Algonquin Robert Grimes, Bloomington Fred McLaughlin, Moline, James Ahern, Chicago J. John Jakobsze, Palatine, Larry Bruck, Ottawa Larry Pettit, Benton, Robert Flores, Manteno Robert W. Blondi, Jr., Benton, George M. Lewerenz, Lake in the Hills Gregory L. Williams, Chicago, Joseph Garrow, Freeport Timothy Feigh, Elmhurst Deciding whether one miserable 16-game stretch was better or worse than another is a bit like choosing between a root canal and visiting the Department of Motor Vehicles on […] Carl T. Seaberg, Warrenville. Norm Erickson, Libertyville Dave Purvis, Mattoon, Thomas Longtin, Bradley Larry Leitner, Pekin Dennis Devine, Bloomington Jeffrey Collings, Mattoon, Joe Stieglitz, Germantown Hills Daniel R. Miller, Country Club Hills, Howard L. Burns, Aurora Patrick Geary, Mokena Jeff Weatherly, Harrisburg, David Minnick, Stillman Valley Calvin Tyson, Aurora, Kent Hammond, Springfield William K. Kopp, Arlington Hts. Howard Harris, Waukegan John J. Steeves, Clarendon Hills Terry Teegarden, East Peoria James Cunningham, Chicago, Carlo Ferreri, East Moline Bryan Kimbro, Fillmore Terry Wolf, Woodstock (Referee), Jerry L. Frump, Naperville Edward Reier, Aurora Michael Simpson, Bloomington James Patterson, Kewanee Paul Engstrom, DeKalb Roscoe Brashears, Mt. Michael Cross, Lena James Collins, Harrisburg, Timothy Hogan, Maryville Paul Engstrom, DeKalb Ken Trainor, Oak Park, Clayton Anderson, Rockford There’s nowhere to go. Roy, who played high school football at Spring in the Houston area, tallied 133 tackles, 71 solo, 19 tackles for a loss and 7.5 sacks in 48 career games in four years at Baylor. Mark Cheshareck, Morris Richard Deitz, McLeansboro Mike Botts, Rock Island Jack L. Lulay, Brimfield (Line Judge) Kevin McMurray, Willow Springs, Donald Cook, Forreston Norm Lienemann, Decatur What's the best way to break in a Wilson leather football? Jessie B. Knighten, Chicago James Righeimer, Deerfield Lawrence Caponigri, Oak Park, Tony Gualdoni, Energy Robert Hearns, Rockford Gerald Feeney, Elmhurst Donald Frits, Port Byron Ronald E. Rush, Quincy James Corte, Homer Glen, Robert Scott, Lemont Gregory Lipe, Hillsboro Carmel Jim Perkins, Arlington Hts. Darrell Stremming, Pana, Garry Henson, Granite City Fred Swanson, Libertyville, James Ahern, Chicago John Koester, Freeport Roy Snyder, Mt. Kevin Poore, Belleville Richard H. Rokop, Aurora Bob Hardt, Elgin Roger M. Quinlan, Thomasboro Ed Norfleet, Monticello Gregory Mullinax, Parkersburg Paul Kindle, Roxana John Anderson, Brookfield, Jim Bernardi, Lake Forest Jay Lyons, Wheaton Roger Grumley, Eldorado Chris Long, Sigel Phillip Mann, Jerseyville Robert Schiffbauer, Ottawa Craig P. Summerkamp, Marengo, Phillip D. Beauprez, Kewanee Ralph Burnett, Jr., Granite City “It touches me. Richard Wasik, Alsip William Evans, Granite City Chris Bergschneider, New Berlin Larry Leitner, Pekin Jay Miller, Centralia Dale Eichelberger, Fisher Larry Sholl, Colona, Phillip Coady, Glen Carbon John D. Foreman, Decatur Stephen Hayes, Rock Island Mike Thornton, Neoga, Howard Owens, Sullivan Paul Cloutier, Chicago Ralph Stevens, Palatine Roy Snyder is a World War IIveteran who just celebrated his 100th birthday. Richard Sharp, Hampshire, Wayne Bigham, DuQuoin Andrew W. Yowell, Rockford (Linesman), Loyd Grafford, Wood River (Linesman)

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