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Learning never ends for former industry leader

- SUBMITTED John Maczuzak has always said the University of Pittsburgh was a good fit for him to continue his education and athletic career. He’s shown here as a senior football player at Pitt, where was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers of the National Football League and the Kansas City Chiefs of the American Football League. He signed with the Chiefs.
SUBMITTED John Maczuzak has always said the University of Pittsburgh was a good fit for him to continue his education and athletic career. He’s shown here as a senior football player at Pitt, where was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers of the National Football League and the Kansas City Chiefs of the American Football League. He signed with the Chiefs.
- RON PAGLIA I FOR THE TRIBUNE-REVIEW John Maczuzak enjoyed a briuef career in the American Football League before becoming a steel company executive.
RON PAGLIA  I  FOR THE TRIBUNE-REVIEW John Maczuzak enjoyed a briuef career in the American Football League before becoming a steel company executive.

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