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

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