The football player Bart Starr died at the age of 85 . Below is all you want to know, and more!
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Green Bay Packers quarterback who was selected to four Pro Bowl teams and was named 1966 NFL MVP. He won five NFL Championships and two Super Bowls with the Packers, being named MVP of Super Bowls I and II.
He married Cherry Starr in 1954 and the couple had two sons, Bart Jr. and Bret.
“I wish we could get a national buddy network going. It would be a great thing for the American people.” (Bart Starr)
“I had fallen in love with Cherry as a junior in high school. When I discovered she was going to go to Auburn, I was vacillating between Alabama and Kentucky because of Babe. I eliminated Kentucky because I wanted to be as close to Auburn as I could, and Tuscaloosa is a lot closer than Lexington is.” (Bart Starr)
“We, all of us, could do a much better job of evoking what someone has called the universal principle of human altruism: the urge in us all to help others who are in danger.” (Bart Starr)
“I love coming back to Wisconsin. Lambeau Field is such a special place – a lot different than the old city stadium next to East High School when I first arrived in 1956. The facilities were nothing like they are today, as the Packers were in tough financial times.” (Bart Starr)
“Anyone can support a team that is winning – it takes no courage. But to stand behind a team to defend a team when it is down and really needs you, that takes a lot of courage.” (Bart Starr)