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Alumni Association Leadership Asks Administration To Honor Paterno By September

The Alumni Association’s leadership is calling on Penn State’s administration to finally honor Joe Paterno and his accomplishments.

Paul Clifford (CEO of the Alumni Association), Kevin Steele (President), Steven Wagman (VP), and Kay Frantz Salvino (Immediate Past President) hand-delivered a letter to President Eric Barron, Chairman Keith Masser, and Sue Paterno earlier today asking for the school to honor Paterno and his accomplishments by September — the 50th anniversary of him becoming head coach of the Nittany Lions football team.

Onward State was able to obtain a copy of the letter, which can be found below.

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