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Phil Rizzuto

Rizzuto was nicknamed “the Scooter” for his speed and defensive range, and was one of the most popular Yankee players during the ’50s; after retiring from the team, he went on to become one of their most popular broadcasters.

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Andy Robustelli

Defensive end for Los Angeles Rams and New York Giants who personified the pro-football “iron man”

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Robin Romeo

Few bowlers have the list of accomplishments of Robin Romeo. In her 20-career on the Professional Women.s Bowlers Association (PWBA) tour, she won 17 national titles including the U.S. Open and Sam.s Town Tournament of Champions.

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Nat Rosasco

Nat C. Rosasco, a lifelong Chicagoland resident was involved in the golf industry for over 75 years. Rosasco was the owner of the Chicago-based Northwestern Golf Co., once the largest golf club manufacturer in the world, which was founded by his father in 1929.

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Richard Ruffalo

Despite losing his vision, Richard Ruffalo set his sights on bringing home the Paralympic gold – and triumphed.

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