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“Football is Family” since 1895.

The NFL advertisements say “Football is Family.”  For the Walvoord Family, “Family is also Football”… for FOUR Generations since 1895!

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My Great-grandfather, my grandfather, my dad, and I, all played football.

Below are photos of FOUR generations of Walvoord football players.

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1895 Football Team (probably Sheboygan High School in Wisconsin) when John G. Walvoord (1872-1932) played football at age 23. He is second from the right on the middle row with arms folded.

 

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Close up of John Garret Walvoord from his 1895 Football Team when he played football at age 23.

 

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1921 Football photo (Sheboygan High School in Wisconsin) where Randall Henry Walvoord (1904-1978) played football when he was 17-years-old. He is second from the left on the back row.

 

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Close up of Randall Henry Walvoord in 1921. He was 17-years-old in this photo.

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1945 Sam Houston Jr. High School Football Team (Amarillo, Texas) where David Randall Walvoord played football when he was 14-years-old. He is in the bottom photo, first from the right, back row.

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Close up of David Walvoord in 1945.

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1972 6th Grade Football Team at Belmar Elementary in Amarillo, Texas where Scott Walvoord played football at age 11. He is number 89 (Mike Ditka’s number when he was a Dallas Cowboy at this time).

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Close up of Scott Walvoord in 1972.

 

Four Generations of Walvoord Football Players in 1895, 1921, 1945, 1972

Four Generations of Walvoord Football Players in 1895, 1921, 1945, 1972

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Updated: May 31, 2017 — 3:26 AM

5 Comments

  1. Didn’t David also play at WTSU in Canyon?

      1. I take that back. My dad did play for West Texas State for one year. He was a halfback. He was too busy with all his jobs and classes to pursue it though. It was said that he was fast.

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