By Paul Schmitt
Green Bay Packer Hall of Famer Chester Marcol is making a bigger impact in Packerland than during his kicking days back in the 1970’s. Marcol, who has been living in Luxemburg the past three years, works at Libertas Treatment Center in Green Bay as a counselor. He says reaching out to young people early about the dangers of drug abuse is important.
Marcol says his youngest client is 12 years old and his oldest is 84. Marcol wrote his autobiography, “Alive and Kicking, My Journey Through Football, Addiction and Life” seven years ago. You can hear the full interview with Chester Marcol is below.
(photo courtesy of Matt Piesler, pictured with Marcol and Paul Schmitt during the halftime interview on Sept. 7 during Luxemburg-Casco-West DePere football game in Luxemburg)