2020 - 2021
Sept. 16 - DANNY HEITERT
Oct. 14 - Andy McCollum and Steve Savard
Nov. 18 - (POSTPONED) BIG RED GANG
Dec. - TBA
Jan. 13 - Area ADs discuss Covid adaptations
Jan. 27 - Past NFF award winners.
Feb. 10 - Dr. Rick Lehman
Feb. 24 - NFL Players
Mar. 24 - Carl Reed, Lutheran North Coach
Apr. 28 - Eli Drinkwitz, Mizzou
May 19 - Mizzou Alumni
June 16 - Retired coaches panel
July 21 - Al Hrabosky
Aug. 25 - Frank Cusamano
For information about our chapter or any questions
Please respond to:
636-891-8011 / 636-891-9710
NEWS AND NOTES
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Check out our new "Virtual Luncheon" segments. Great interviews conducted by Ken Leach with former St. Louis area greats and past Tom Lombardo scholarship winners. Click the link below to view the virtual segments.
William Cocos - Oakville High School, former Tom Lombardo scholarship recipient, Navy Seal
Jake Parent - Former Tom Lombardo scholarship recipient
Ben Noll - 2000 NFF STL Tom Lombardo Chapter Award Recipient, Priory HS, University of Pennsylvania, Wharton Business School Graduate, Offensive Lineman for the STL Rams, Dallas Cowboys and the Detroit Lions, Current Board Member for the NFL Players Association.
Lee Ward - Former Parkway Central, Stanford Cardinal and Carolina Panther.
Bill Snyder - Legendary coach at Kansas State.
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Consider placing an ad in our National Football Foundation Banquet program this year. This is a great opportunity to show your support of the Foundation and the scholar athletes. We are offering space in the program to exhibit your business at very low prices:
Full page - $500
1/2 page - $250
1/4 page - $125
1/8 page - $ 75 - Business card
Your support is appreciated. The benefit to you would be your efforts and connection to the Tom Lombardo Chapter. Please contact Bob Bunton for further information. Thank you for your support.
If you enjoy giving to help others, give to our chapter of the National Football Foundation. We’ve given nearly $750,000 in grants and scholarships to:
High school athletes who demonstrate strong character and scholarship.
Students who have overcome physical and emotional hardships with courage and determination.
Amateur programs that need supplies and equipment to serve young people.
Please be a part of this effort to serve others
The Tom Lombardo Chapter of the National Football Foundation would like to send condolences to the entire Hanifan family for the passing of coach Jim Hanifan. He was a true coaching legend and an even better person. A regular at the November foundation luncheons, he was a big favorite and would pack the room. His stories and legacy will endure forever.