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Mary Lou Palermo

At age 13, Mary Lou Palermo made it to her first roller derby as a spectator and immediately fell in love with the sport.

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Steve Palermo

With 15 years of dedication as a Major League Baseball Umpire, Steve Palermo was ranked as the number one umpire in the American League in 1991 by Sporting News­ for his overall performance. Prior to joining the MLB Umpire Development Program in 1972, Palermo studied education at Norwich University, Leicester Junior College, and Worcester State […]

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John Panelli

John Panelli was one of the great players in Notre Dame football history, leaving the Golden Dome to star in the NFL, with the Lions and Cardinals.

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Babe Parilli

An icon of SEC football, Vito “Babe” Parilli played quarterback for the great Bear Bryant at the University of Kentucky, where Parilli became an All-American. Born in Rochester, Pennsylvania, an industrial suburb of Pittsburgh, Parilli overcame humble beginnings and graduated from Rochester High School in 1948. Bryant was in just his sixth year as a […]

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Dan Pastorini

Dan Pastorini attended Santa Clara University in California, where he was a star in both football and baseball. In 1971 the Houston Oilers selected him as the #3 overall pick of the NFL Draft. In the draft that was dubbed, “The Year of the Quarterback” with Pastorini taken third behind Jim Plunkett (first) and Archie […]

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