Green Bay Packers' Statement On The Death Of Dick Corrick


"We were saddened to learn of the passing of Dick Corrick," said Bob Harlan, the Packers' chairman emeritus and co-worker of Corrick during the veteran scout's 1971-88 tenure with the organization.

"Dick was a dedicated member of the Packers' family during his time here in Green Bay. He worked tirelessly for the improvement of the football team and was greatly respected by his co-workers at Lambeau Field and across the National Football League."

Corrick, who was 74, began his work with the Packers in 1971 as a college talent scout. He later served as director of pro player personnel (1975-77), director of player personnel (1978-87) and director of college scouting (1987-88). He then worked as the Houston Oilers' director of college scouting for the 1989-91 NFL Drafts. Most recently, he was an area scout with the Atlanta Falcons from 1992 until his retirement in 2001.

A visitation at Lyndahl Funeral Home in Green Bay has been scheduled for Monday, April 28, from 3 to 7 p.m., with a service of remembrance to follow at 7 p.m.

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