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January 04, 2014
I'll miss LC I met him in his second year with the Steelers I certainly increased my appreciation of football thx to him and a 40 yr friendship included. A rare thing
January 04, 2014
Most definately one of the best and dominating defensive ends in the game. Aide and was a member of the most feared front four, The Steel Curtain. L.C. you will be missed but not forgotten. I loved those gold high top cleats you wore, although worn for the ankle injury, they stood out as a fashion statement. I send my coledences to the Greenwood family. May L.C. rest in peace.
December 30, 2013
. . . AND HE WILL BE REMEMBERED ( ARKANSAS AM&N COLLEGE / PINE BLUFF ARKANSAS / 1964 - 1969 / UPPER CLASSMAN / ETC ) BY THOSE OF US - WHO WENT TO COLLEGE WITH US ( EVERY TIME WE SAW A PITTSBURGH STEELERS FOOTBALL GAME - WE REMEMBERED WHEN - "LC" )YOU REST IN PEACE ( WHILE WE FINISH THE TASK )
THAT YOU STARTED & IS ENTITLE TO - WE ARE NOT GOING TO LET YOU DOWN ...
December 26, 2013
Enjoyed watching you play football with the Pittsburgh Steelers. That steel curtain was amazing to watch back in the day. To be absent from the body and present with the Lord is eternal. For his anger endureth but a moment; in his favor is life,weeping may endure for a night,but joy comes in the morning. Psalms 30:5 Rest in Peace.
November 20, 2013
... TO ONE OF OUR GREATEST ( THE LATE L C GREENWOOD / 1946 - 2013 / PITTSBURGH STEELERS / ONE FORTH OF THE STEEL CURTAIN / ETC ) ALL AMERICAN FOOTBALL PLAYERS & FROM THE AM&N COLLEGE ERA ( NATURALLY ) WE ARE GOING TO MISS HIM ( OUR LOSS IS HEAVENS GAIN ) AND WE PRAY THAT GOD - WILL GIVE HIS FAMILY COMFORT - AS ONLY HE CAN - AMEN & AMEN ...
November 18, 2013
... TO GOD BE THE GLORY - FOR THE THINGS HE HAS DONE ...
November 16, 2013
In my mind and in my heart...L.C....I will always consider you a friend.For sure,I know
you are in a better place,resting in peace in God's heavenly paradise.You have reached the promised land.I will always remember you my friend.
October 23, 2013
My name is Mitch Jamerson from Orange Lake, Marion County, Florida. I became a Pittsburgh Steeler fan in 1969 at 7 years old. It was Joe Greene and LC Greenwood that caught my attention to the Pittsburgh Steeler team. A few years later Mel Blount, John Stallworth, Andy Russell, Dwight White, Ernie Holmes, Jack Lambert, Jack Ham, Franco Harris, Rocky Blair and Dennis "dirt" Winston was added to my favorite players. But Joe Greene, LC Greenwood and Mel Blount were exciting to watch on the Steeler Defense. When LC came out on the field with his golden shoes on for the first time, I called him "LC Hollywood". It was a style he created and as a true fan, I loved it. As a true Steeler fan, your hopes and dreams are to meet some of the "Steeler Greats" one day. Unfortunately, I didn't get a chance to meet LC, but the memories of him will always be with me forever. Rest in Peace LC and God Bless your entire family who has truly lost a precious loved one. With our deepest sympathy Mitch Jamerson and the Jamerson family. Orange Lake, Marion County, Florida
October 23, 2013
deepest Sympathy
October 15, 2013
LC was a great friend in college. Watched his entire NFL career and still a Steeler fan. My only regret is I never saw him after college; still have love in my heart for him.

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