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Chuck Classen Remembered
Chuck Classen Remembered
Chuck Classen Remembered
Chuck Classen Remembered
Chuck Classen Remembered
Chuck Classen Remembered
Chuck Classen Remembered
Chuck Classen Remembered
Chuck Classen Remembered
Chuck Classen Remembered
Chuck Classen Remembered
Chuck Classen Remembered
Chuck Classen Remembered
Chuck Classen Remembered
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Chuck Classen Remembered

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The Laurier football community gathered alongside the family of long-time equipment manager Chuck Classen. …

The Laurier football community gathered alongside the family of long-time equipment manager Chuck Classen.

Chuck passed away one year ago, and was commemorated on Tuesday May 3 by having the building housing the football offices named after him.

Once a Hawk, always a Hawk!

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  • 1. Laurier Football Remembers:<br />Chuck Classen<br />(1942-2010)<br />Tuesday May 3, 2011<br />Photos: Steve Frake and Ryan Carmichael<br />
  • 2. Once a Hawk, always a Hawk!<br /> Memories of Chuck Classen<br />
  • 3. The Golden Hawk family gathers<br />Staying dry prior to the unveiling<br />
  • 4. Coach Jeffries addresses the gathering<br />A great turnout for Chuck, despite the rain<br />
  • 5. The unveiling<br />The WLU ‘Football House’ is renamed<br />
  • 6. The Classen family makes it official<br />WLU football offices officially becomes the ‘Classen House’<br />
  • 7. Forever remembered<br />Chuck will always be a part of the Golden Hawks<br />
  • 8. The Classen Family<br />
  • 9. Chuck’s second ‘home’<br />Friends and family gather in the WLU locker room after the plaque unveiling<br />
  • 10. Always a part of the staff<br />
  • 11. Number one in our hearts<br />
  • 12. Words from Coach<br />Laurier Head Coach Gary Jeffries provides some <br />memories of Chuck<br />
  • 13. Recognition from the WLU President<br />Max Blouw takes a moment to reflect on a special day <br />
  • 14. A Friend’s Fond Memories<br />Mac Voison, a close friend of Chuck’s (and Owner of M&M Meat Shops) says a few words<br />
  • 15. A Message from the Classen family<br />

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