Students, staff, and alumni are invited to hear Gerry Sandusky talk about his recently published book, Forgotten Sundays: A Son's Story of Life, Loss, and Love From the Sidelines of the NFL. The event is at 7 p.m., on Wednesday, Dec. 3, in Mason Hall.
Gerry Sandusky is the sports director for WBAL-TV 11 and the Voice of the Baltimore Ravens. He will talk with our local alumni about his recent book, Forgotten Sundays: A Son's Story of Life, Loss, and Love From the Sidelines of the NFL.
This story follows the life and relationship between Gerry Sandusky and his father, John Sandusky, who was an NFL tackle and coach for the Baltimore Colts, Philadelphia Eagles, and Miami Dolphins under the tutelage of legendary coach Don Shula. Heartfelt, intelligent, at times humorous and at times tragic, Forgotten Sundays explores the intricacies of a father-son relationship and the nuances of how and what a son learns from a father. It plumbs the meaning of a family name, and it is an inspiration to others to embrace their own legacy and cherish their memories.
6:30 to 7 p.m.—Check-in and Mingle
7 to 8 p.m.—Talk and Q&A
8 to 8:30 p.m.—Dessert and Coffee
To register for this free event: http://alumni.jhu.edu/event/wbalsnds