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Inductee Profile

Pat Fee


Pat graduated from RLHS in 1965 as a two sport stand-out, playing defensive tackle for three years and a heavyweight for the Warrior wrestling team.. He was an all-conference and All-Northwest player in his junior and senior seasons. He played defensive tackle at UW-Stevens Point for 4 years, earning All-Wisconsin State University and Little All-American honors. Pat was drafted by the Boston Patriots of the AFL and then went on to Spokane to play with the Shockers of the Continental Football League, the Fort Worth Braves in the Texas League, and the Manitowoc Chiefs in the Central States Football League from 1969 to 1972. By the time the 6 foot, 265 pound lineman, known as “The Destroyer” signed with the Chicago Bears for an NFL try-out, ligament damage and pain in his knee hampered his play. He retired from playing at age 24. He returned to the game by coaching high school football at Birchwood for 14 years. He left the helm in 1993, but not before winning a Small Lakeland Championship. On November 10, 2001, Fee was inducted into the Manitowoc Football Hall of Fame.

Pat Fee
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