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February 20, 2017

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February 20, 2017

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November 8, 2016
April 24, 2015
My dad, Kenneth Gene Jackson, played many years with Art Donovan. My dad considered him as his best friend. As I grew up, my dad, had many funny stories about him and Art. I never met, Art, personally, but I would like to thank his family for all my dad's fond memories of Art, during their professional football careers and years after. Back when the Baltimore Colt's, use to have reunions, my dad looked forward to seeing,Art and the rest of his team mates.. I am also as a Marine, knows that he belongs to that brother hood, as well. Semoer-Fidelis, Art
August 25, 2014
To the Family of Art Donovan, My deepest condolenses . I'm sorry for this late message, but just found out Mr Donovan had past away. I did not know Mr Donovan personally, but would often watch the Johnny Carson show, and Dave Letterman and watch Mr Donovan. Mr Donovan was a down to earth guy, and was very funny. I can honestly say Mr Donovan brought a lot of laughter in my life. You should be very proud of Mr Donovan a great athlete, Serving Our Country in the Marine Corp, and being a great guy. See you in Heaven Art Donovan.
August 4, 2014
Played in those days '50's not only without a face mask, a leather helmut
some no chin strap. But plenty of body
pads, hip & knee, no have today. A buddyof mine got Ameche's helmut after
scored win TD as it rolled off, kept it
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