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MAUMEE, OH (Toledo News Now) -
residents are mourning the loss of 1951 Heisman Trophy winner Dick Kazmeier,
especially the school district. Kazmeier was an advocate for education.
graduated from Maumee High School in 1948. He won the Heisman Trophy at
Princeton, but Kazmeier never forgot where he came from.
summer, health permitting, he came back to the Maumee area for a golf outing to
raise money for the district's athletics. He also gave out 11 $1,000
scholarships to Maumee High School football student athletes.
high school is filled with jerseys, cards, and even the Heisman Trophy.
those of us who got a chance to know him, what a humble and hardworking,
dedicated individual he was," said Superintendent Dr. Gregory Smith.
school district plans to continue Kazmeier's scholarship fund.