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Leonard Apple - Kenosha Tremper

01/03/2015, 8:30am CST
By WFCA

Leonard was born and raised in Chicago and attended public schools. He graduated from Senn High School where he played football and baseball. After graduation he received a scholarship to the University of Idaho where he was a member of the football team for two years. 

After returning to the Midwest he entered Bradley University, Peoria, II, where he was a member of the football team. He received a BA in Liberal Arts and graduated in 1956. In 1961 he received a MA degree from Roosevelt University, Chicago. In addition he received certification in driver education from Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago, Illinois. 

After graduation he was a teacher and coach at Starr Commonwealth, Albion. Michigan. After leaving Starr Commonwealth I spent ten years teaching and coaching in Waukegan City Schools. 

In 19671 moved on to Tremper High School, Kenosha, WI. teaching P.E, health and driver ed. I coached JV basketball for nine years and was head sophomore football coach for 24 years and one year varsity coach. I had an outstanding win-loss record including undefeated seasons in 1978 and 1983. I was also Athletic Director for 14 years. I was a true advocate for the coaches and the kids of all sorts.

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