Former Green Bay Packers player George Koonce Jr. has been hired as vice president of advancement at Marian University. He is buying a home in Fond du Lac and intends to move his family to the community.
A man heralded for his play with the Green Bay Packers sees great opportunity as vice president of advancement at Marian University.
George Koonce Jr., who spent 10 years as a professional football player - eight of them in Green Bay - is excited about his new job and the chance to become part of Fond du Lac. He is in the process of buying a home here and said he and his family will become immersed in the community.
Koonce, 45, holds several college degrees, including a Ph.D. He was hired to provide leadership and strategic direction to the Office of Advancement. He will be responsible for growing ...