Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame captain Bob Skoronski has passed away at the age of 84.
The offensive lineman’s family lived in the Wausau area at one time.
He was living outside of the Madison area when he died from complications due to Alzheimer’s Disease.
Skoronski won a record tying three straight NFL Championships in the 1960s.
He was one of only nine players to play on all nine of Vince Lombardi’s teams in Green Bay.
The Packers posted paid tribute to Skoronski in a post on the team’s website.