Bob Parsons played for the Bears from 1972-83 as a punter and tight end. He know owns and operates Bob Parsons, Inc., an appraisal company specializing in residential real estate in Chicago's North Shore area. He lives in Luke Zurich, Ill., with his wife Denise and their six-year-old daughter Mallory. Parsons also has two adult children and a grandchild. His hobbies include blowing, playing tennis and golfing.
Lionel Taylor played just one season (1959) for the Bears as a wide receiver. Taylor owns and operates Sports Management Corp., an organizer of youth football camps. He lives in Cochiti Lake, N.M., with his wife of 40 years, Lorencita. The Taylor's have two children and six grandchildren. His hobbies include golfing, playing tennis and deep-sea fishing in Mexico.
Charles "Ooike" Miller, the oldest former Chicago Bears player, died of heart failure Aug. 7 at his home in Hudson, Fla. He was 92. Between 1932-27, Miller played center and linebacker alongside legends Bronko Nagurski and Red Grange as the Bears won two NFL championships. He finished his NFL career with the Cleveland Browns (1937) and Green Bay Packers (1938).
Leon "Muscles" Campbell played fullback for the Bears from 1952-54. He was a member of the University of Arkansas All-Century team, died Sept. 2 of complications from knee-replacement surgery. He was 75. A start running back and linebacker for the Razorbacks, Campbell had a six-year NFL career (1950-55) with the Baltimore Colts, Bears and Pittsburgh Steelers.