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KC's Union Station Creates Len Dawson Memorial and Has Books for People to Sign

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Union Station Creates Len Dawson Memorial, Book Available for People to Sign

The memorial will be on display until Monday morning

A new memorial honoring the legendary Len Dawson is now open at Union Station. 16 greets you at the door of Union Station.”We commemorate the special people of Kansas City, and Len Dawson is one of those special people. Kansas City Museum Artifacts, Friends and KMBC “It’s even more special to have a tribute to him here,” said St. Louis fan Tom Norton. Seemed like a good quarterback and he was great,” said Deakin Richard from Nebraska.The clock on display is set to 6:20, Dawson’s birthday. One can write notes in this book and send it to Dawson’s family. Jessica Gamez said, “He’s remembered in so many ways on and off the field…as a player and broadcaster. He also won the NFL’s Man of the Year Award.” and helped the Chiefs a lot in the Super Bowl,” said Travis Richard from Nebraska. “This is a way to commemorate Mr. Dawson’s memory. His kindness and compassion for Kansas City,” Guastello said. If you want to, come to Union Station this weekend.

A new memorial honoring the legendary Len Dawson is now open at Union Station.

No. 16 will meet you at the door of Union Station.

“We are celebrating the special people of Kansas City, and Len Dawson is one of those special people,” said George Gastello, president and CEO of Union Station.

The memorial is only open until the weekend. There are artifacts from the Kansas City Museum and from friend and his KMBC colleague Joel Nichols.

St. Louis fan Tom Norton said, “Having his tribute here is even more special.

Deakin Richard of Nebraska said, “He seemed like a good quarterback and he was good.

The displayed clock is set to 6:20, Dawson’s birthday. Each passer-by can write a note in this book that will be sent to Dawson’s family.

“People wanted to tell their families how important he was, not just to the community, but to their lives,” Guastello said.

The page is starting to fill up.

“He remembers a lot on and off the field,” said Jessica Gamez.

“He was loved by just about everyone I knew,” said Harry Flock.

Dawson is a two-time NFL Hall of Famer. He is a player and a broadcaster. He also won the NFL’s Man of the Year award.

“He was a great team leader and really helped the Chiefs in the Super Bowl,” said Nebraska native Travis Richards.

“This is a way to commemorate Mr. Dawson’s memory and his kindness and compassion for Kansas City,” Guastello said.

The memorial will be on display until Monday morning. If you’d like to sign the book that will be gifted to the Dawson family, please come to Union Station this weekend.

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