City of Plymouth dedicates street in honor of Jack Greenlee

 Friends and family of Jack Greenlee came out on Tuesday to celebrate the dedication of a street in honor of former Mayor of Plymouth Jack Greenlee. From left to right: James Greenlee, Jenny Greenlee, Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter, Jill Greenlee, Janice Futter, and Marshall County Prosecutor Nelson Chipman.
Staff Writer

On Tuesday, the City of Plymouth held a street dedication in honor of former Mayor Jack Greenlee.
“We’re here today to honor a man of character, if you will, of Plymouth. A legend of Plymouth and that would be Mayor Jack Greenlee,” said Mayor of Plymouth Mark Senter.
Greenlee served as the mayor of Plymouth from 1992 - 2000. He was born in Argos on April 24, 1929 and attended Plymouth’s Lincoln High School where he was a member of the football team. After high school, Jack continued his football career into college at Indiana University in Bloomington where he played as a fullback. He also served in the United States Army during the Korean Conflict.

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