Antonio London At John Stallworth Foundation

Former University of Alabama linebacker Antonio London was part of the star-studded group at the John Stallworth Foundation Celebrity Pairings Party and Silent Auction last week in Huntsville. Thursday evening at the Westin Huntsville. Sports memorabilia, art work, jewelry and travel destinations were among the items up for bid to raise funds.

The 13th annual golf tournament with 150 participants along with celebrity partners teed off on Friday at Hampton Cove. Tuscaloosa native Stallworth through his charitable foundation has funded merit-based scholarships to nearly 150 students for educational opportunities to colleges and universities in the state including the majority of those to his alma mater, Alabama A&M. The former Pittsburgh Steelers 2002 Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee became a highly successful businessman within the aerospace industry. Currently, he is a partner in Genesis II, an umbrella organization to enhance the philanthropic efforts of the foundation, incubator business interests and investments. Additionally, John Stallworth is a minority owner of the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Antonio London was an outstanding linebacker for the 1992 Alabama National Championship team. The four year letter winner (1989-92) and All-Southeastern Conference performer was a third round draft choice of the Detroit Lions. He played six seasons in the NFL for the Detroit Lions (1993-97) and the Green Bay Packers (1998). London is the founder/owner of Championship Enterprises, Inc., a full service facilities management company begun over a decade ago based in Alabaster.

’BAMA Magazine/BamaMag.com met with London at the Westin Huntsville after his introduction to the crowd of patrons. He had some thoughts and opinions on the state of college football and shared a favorite memory of playing for the Crimson Tide.


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