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May 24, 2012
Al was the oldest student in his KHS graduating class of either 1949 or 1950. When he was handed his diploma on the Football field platform he raised both arms (like "Rocky") as if to say: "I finally made it". Everyone in the stadium rose to their feet and gave him a STANDING OVATION.
April 02, 2012
To the Webster Family: The Giants of the Golden Years in the 50s-early 60s were my heroes. Alex Webster was a tremendous dependable player on one of the great teams of all time. His humility, gratitude, and good natured way of being is a credit to him and his family. Best of the best. Once a Giant always a Giant.
Ken Reinhard
March 18, 2012
Mr. Webster was one of my heroes on those great Giants teams from the late '50s-early '60s. "Number twenty-nine, Alex Webster..."
March 16, 2012
I remember Alex playing football in the Kearny High School games. He was great then, later in college and then with the Giants. God bless him and his family at this sad time.
March 14, 2012
Big Red and I spent time together in New York City in the late 70's. We had some mutual friends, though I was more than 20 years his junior.Every place we went, Red was mobbed by fans. Meeting after work at Mike Manucci's was a special treat. Everyone stopped by to say hello to Red, who always introduced me as "coach". He was a gentleman and a lot of fun!

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