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A Story of Love, Loyalty, the Eagles, and the Super Bowl

After a while, Paul moved to Mount Laurel, N.J., to work as a court reporter. He and his wife, Lillian, started a family and had six children, three boys and three girls. He bought Eagles season tickets in 1971, the year that Veterans Stadium opened – 700 Level, 50-yard line, perfect. He worked 12-to-14-hour days during the week, opening his own court-reporting business in 1973, building a client base, handling all the administrative duties. Tina, his youngest daughter, became the biggest football fan among the kids. Her brothers and sisters were several years older and weren’t around the house as much, and Sundays were when Tina got to see her father and spend the most time with him, just the two of them, and that time revolved around.....MORE

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