Tim Mara- Team owner / Founder- (1925–1959)

Tim Mara- Team owner / Founder- (1925–1959)

The Packers celebrate their 1944 Championship against the NY Giants while World War II raged on in Europe.  Final score was Packers' 14 to Giants' 7.

The Packers celebrate their 1944 Championship against the NY Giants while World War II raged on in Europe. Final score was Packers' 14 to Giants' 7.

Football History - Deaths 1995 - Timothy James "Tim" Mara was the founder and administrator of the New York Giants of the National Football League. Mara died at the age of 71.  keepinitrealsports.tumblr.com  keepinitrealsports.wordpress.com  Mobile- m.keepinitrealsports.com

Football History - Deaths 1995 - Timothy James "Tim" Mara was the founder and administrator of the New York Giants of the National Football League. Mara died at the age of 71. keepinitrealsports.tumblr.com keepinitrealsports.wordpress.com Mobile- m.keepinitrealsports.com

Charles Fazzino appeared at the NFL Shop with Rashad Jennings of the NY Giants and founder of The Locker Room project. Fazzino’s 3D pop art work created just for the foundation appears behind the two. (Feb 2016)

Congratulations to the Super Bowl Champion Denver Broncos

Charles Fazzino appeared at the NFL Shop with Rashad Jennings of the NY Giants and founder of The Locker Room project. Fazzino’s 3D pop art work created just for the foundation appears behind the two. (Feb 2016)

New York Giants - Tim Mara - Inducted to Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1963 - Owner/ Founder Giants 1925 to 1959

Giants in Pro Football #HOF - Tim Mara Class of 1963, 1925-1959 Founder-Owner New York Giants

Giants in Pro Football #HOF - Tim Mara Class of 1963, 1925-1959 Founder-Owner New York Giants

At Peak Overview. Will Metzger (CEO, Founder) and Howard Cross (Director of Sports, Former NFL Player on the NY Giants) discuss the At Peak ...

At Peak Overview. Will Metzger (CEO, Founder) and Howard Cross (Director of Sports, Former NFL Player on the NY Giants) discuss the At Peak ...

Years before Super Bowl XLVI or even Super Bowl I, the story goes that Pittsburgh Steelers founder Art Rooney met New York football Giants founder Tim Mara at Moore's Restaurant in New York. Mara, a licensed bookie (according to his grandson, current Giants CEO and president John Mara) was selling Rooney on a horse.

Climbing our way through the Mara family tree

Years before Super Bowl XLVI or even Super Bowl I, the story goes that Pittsburgh Steelers founder Art Rooney met New York football Giants founder Tim Mara at Moore's Restaurant in New York. Mara, a licensed bookie (according to his grandson, current Giants CEO and president John Mara) was selling Rooney on a horse.

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