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Sheboygan grandfather joins Packers FAN Hall of Fame

11:13 PM, Mar. 26, 2013
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It was a first for 90-year-old Edward Fritsch, a grandfather from Sheboygan.

After years of asking former Green Bay Packers players for their autographs, Fritsch found himself on the receiving end this past season when former Packers offensive lineman Aaron Taylor asked him for his penmanship at a tailgating party.

"Aaron wanted his autograph first, and he thanked him for his years of coming to Packers games," recalled Fritsch's friend Randall Pfister of Green Bay. ...

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