KC’s Union Station creates Len Dawson’s memorial and has a book people can sign

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THE EXHIBITION. NUMBER 16 WELCOMES YOU AT THE UNION STATION GATE. WE REMEMBER SPECIAL PEOPLE IN KANSAS CITY AND LEND AUSTIN IS ONE OF THOSE SPECIAL PEOPLE. THIS MEMORIAL WILL ONLY BE ACTIVATED DURING THE WEEKEND. THERE ARE ARTIFACTS FROM KANSAS CITY MUSEUM OTHERS FROM DAWSON’S FRIEND AND KMBC COLLABORATOR JOEL NICHOLS. THEY PAY HOMAGE HERE. IT’S EVEN MORE SPECIAL. HE LOOKED LIKE A GOOD QUARTERBACK. AND HE WAS GOOD. THE CLOCK ON THE DISPLAY IS SET AT 6:20 AM FOR DAWSON’S BIRTHDAY. EVERYONE WHO PASSES CAN WRITE A NOTE IN THIS BOOK THAT GOES TO THE DAWSON FAMILY. THE PAGES START TO FEEL REMEMBERED AND IN SO MANY OTHER WAYS ON AND OFF THE PITCH. IT WAS BELOW BY ALMOST EVERYONE. I KNOW DAWSON IS IN THE NFL HALL OF FAME TWICE AS A PLAYER AND AS A BROADCAST. HE ALSO WON THE NFL MAN OF THE YEAR GOOD TEAM MANAGER AWARD AND REALLY HELPED THE CHEFS A LOT DURING THE SUPER BOWL. THIS IS A WAY FOR US TO COMMEMORATE MR. DAWSON’S MEMORY AND HIS KINDNESS AND COMPASSION FOR KANSAS CITY A

Union Station Creates Len Dawson Memorial and Has a Book People Can Sign

The memorial will be on display until Monday morning

There is a new memorial to honor the legendary Len Dawson which is now open at Union Station.No. 16 greets you at the door of Union Station. “We commemorate special people in Kansas City and Len Dawson is one of those special people,” said Union Station President and CEO George Guastello. There are artifacts from the Kansas City Museum and other items from friend and KMBC colleague Joel Nichols. “To honor him here is even more special,” said St. Louis fan Tom Norton. like a good quarterback, and he was good,” said Deekin Richard, who is from Nebraska. The clock displayed is set to 6:20 a.m., which is Dawson’s birthday. Anyone who passes by can write a note in this book that will go to Dawson’s family. “People really wanted to tell the family how important he was to their lives, not just the community,” Guastello said. The pages are starting to fill up. “He is remembered in so many other ways on and off the court,” said Jessica Gamez. “He was loved by pretty much everyone I know,” Harry Flock said. player and as a broadcaster. He also won the NFL Man of the Year award. “Good team leader and really helped the Chiefs a lot during the Super Bowl,” said Travis Richard, who comes from Nebraska. “It’s a way for us to commemorate Mr. Dawson’s memory and his kindness and compassion for Kansas City,” Guastello said. The memorial will be on display until Monday morning. If you’d like to sign the book that will be given to Dawson’s family, visit Union Station this weekend.

There is a new memorial to honor the legendary Len Dawson which is now open at Union Station.

Number 16 welcomes you at the door of Union Station.

“We commemorate special people in Kansas City and Len Dawson is one of those special people,” said Union Station President and CEO George Guastello.

The memorial will only be open during the weekend. There are artifacts from the Kansas City Museum and other items from friend and KMBC colleague Joel Nichols.

“To honor him here is even more special,” said St. Louis fan Tom Norton.

“He looked like a good quarterback and he was good,” said Deekin Richard, who is from Nebraska.

The clock displayed is set to 6:20, which is Dawson’s birthday. Anyone who passes by can write a note in this book that will go to Dawson’s family.

“People really wanted to tell the family how important he was to their lives, not just the community,” Guastello said.

The pages begin to fill.

“He is remembered in so many other ways on and off the court,” said Jessica Gamez.

“He was loved by just about everyone I know,” said Harry Flock.

Dawson is twice in the NFL Hall of Fame – as a player and as a broadcaster. He also won the NFL Man of the Year award.

“Good team leader and really helped the Chiefs a lot during the Super Bowl,” Nebraska native Travis Richard said.

“It’s a way for us to commemorate Mr. Dawson’s memory, his kindness and his compassion for Kansas City,” Guastello said.

The memorial will be on display until Monday morning. If you’d like to sign the book that will be given to Dawson’s family, visit Union Station this weekend.

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