Celebration of Don Coryell’s life scheduled for July 12

A celebration of the life of former head coach at San Diego State and for the Chargers Don Coryell will take place on Monday, July 12, at 2 p.m. at Viejas Arena, San Diego State University.

Long-time friends and those who knew him best will share their fondest memories and stories of how the coaching legend impacted so many lives. The celebration is open to the public.

In lieu of flowers and to honor Coach Coryell’s living legacy, donations may be made to the Don Coryell Scholarship Endowment at San Diego State University and mailed to:

The Campanile Foundation
Attn: Don Coryell Scholarship Fund
5500 Campanile Drive
San Diego, CA 92182-4313
Tax ID #33-0868418

For additional information on the Scholarship Endowment as well as the Celebration of Don Coryell’s Life, contact Bob Moosbrugger at bobm@mail.sdsu.edu or (619) 594-0291.

Related posts:

  1. Legendary Chargers, Aztecs coach Don Coryell dies at 85
  2. Coryell a finalist for Pro Football Hall of Fame
  3. Helen Glaser: Celebration of Life set for Aug. 20
  4. Art Alive opening celebration a blooming bash
  5. Sipe leaves SFC for his alma mater, SDSU

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