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Dz1

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There are so so so many Former Rams Players and the Rams themselves that have donated , all I can say,anyone that does stuff for the Kids is Awesome. Period...

BTW know some may blast me for this, but Georgia donated Millions upon Millions...
 

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There are so so so many Former Rams Players and the Rams themselves that have donated , all I can say,anyone that does stuff for the Kids is Awesome. Period...

BTW know some may blast me for this, but Georgia donated Millions upon Millions...
She was very generous.
Not a great owner, but, very generous.
 
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helped herself to the Rams franchise and i believe had her husband killed (Carol R.)
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ps, good deeds after the fact trying to buy her way into heaven
Lol .So you know more than Dade County coroner office???

I Love Fing Carroll ,if I thought Georgia had somethings to due with it I would say.

The Rams moved from LA for 3 reasons. They wouldn't build a gosh darn stadium, Dah.

Georgia loved Beverly Hills and she donated millions in LA.

Duh. Hating her for moving is Fing Ridiculous.
 

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Lol .So you know more than Dade County coroner office???

I Love Fing Carroll ,if I thought Georgia had somethings to due with it I would say.

The Rams moved from LA for 3 reasons. They wouldn't build a gosh darn stadium, Dah.

Georgia loved Beverly Hills and she donated millions in LA.

Duh. Hating her for moving is Fing Ridiculous.
Enough, please get back on topic. No I’m not a mod but nobody wants to argue the vices or virtues of her in this thread or likely any.
 
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Lol .So you know more than Dade County coroner office???

I Love Fing Carroll ,if I thought Georgia had somethings to due with it I would say.

The Rams moved from LA for 3 reasons. They wouldn't build a gosh darn stadium, Dah.

Georgia loved Beverly Hills and she donated millions in LA.

Duh. Hating her for moving is Fing Ridiculous.
CR drowned in three feet of water and was seen by witnesses as seemingly to be struggling with wetsuit wearing person.
dont hate for moving, hate her for a lot of really bad seasons watching the Rams, she was crooked just like her mate, Dominic
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Enough, please get back on topic. No I’m not a mod but nobody wants to argue the vices or virtues of her in this thread or likely any.
I didn't start it, I just noted a Women who had donated Millions upon Millions and gave back, like You Posted.

Train started the BS and if you have a True Issue why pick me ?

Now if you are true to your post, who the hell donated more than Georgia ?

And then there's Lucia, Long etc you have any clue how much the Rams did in the Lou, off the Charts........

I Highly Respect you Bro and love your post , positive stuff etc etc, but if you come after me like that, well.........

Philanthropy[edit]
Throughout her career, Frontiere was devoted to a range of philanthropic causes. Speaking of Frontiere's endeavors, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said, "Her philanthropic work was legendary and wide ranging."[1]

In 1991, Frontiere made a $1 million donation to the Fulfillment Fund, which provides support systems to help underprivileged students pursue higher education. This help often includes mentoring, college/career counseling centers, paying for Scholastic Aptitude tests and support groups on college campuses.[24]

Frontiere was also an outspoken supporter of the NFL Alumni Association. She rallied for the "Pre-'59ers", the 1,000-plus NFL players who retired prior to 1959 and didn't qualify for the league's pension plan. She also started a "Dire Need Fund" for the Los Angeles chapter of the NFL Alumni Association, which spawned the league-led NFL Alumni Dire Need Fund for players.[7]

In 1997, Frontiere spearheaded the formation of the St. Louis Rams Foundation, which has contributed more than $7 million to charities in the St. Louis area.[25] Always a patron of the arts, in 2000, Frontiere donated $1 million to help build a 5500-seat amphitheater, the Frontiere Performing Arts Pavilion, located in the Sedona Cultural Park in Arizona.[26] As well, she produced the Tony-nominated August Wilson play "Radio Golf"[3] and Richard Dresser's "Below the Belt." [4]

Frontiere also sat on the boards of the United Way of Greater St. Louis, Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America, Herbert Hoover Boys and Girls Club, Saint Louis Symphony, and the American Foundation for AIDS Research.[25]
 
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