Employee in the News-Steve King

If you are a Patriot’s fan, you must remember Steve King, a former linebacker with the Patriots from 1973-1981. Steve is best remembered as the first player to sack 4 future Hall of Fame quarterbacks in the same year: Joe Namath, Terry Bradshaw, Fran Tarkenton, and Bob Griese.

Steve continues to remain active with the New England Patriots Alumni Club, participating in volunteer events to support and promote youth football.

He is also very involved in community service. Steve currently serves as President and Board Member of Friends of Wrentham, Inc. (F.O.W.), a non-profit organization formed in 1979 to benefit the intellectually challenged residents of the Wrentham Developmental Center. They have provided ancillary needs the state does not fund, such as a walking/jogging track, an outdoor pavilion, an equestrian program, field trips, and a fitness gym, etc.. Since it’s inception, F.O.W. has raised approximately $2.2 million to benefit the residents of WDC.

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