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Walter Fondren
... Walter William Fondren III (April 29, 1936 – January 28, 2010) was an American football player and conservation activist ... Fondren was drafted 354th overall by the Los Angeles Rams in the 1958 NFL Draft, but turned down a professional football career, as he was already a millionaire-to-be with his family owning interest in Humble Oil ...
Jitney Jungle - Decline and Bankruptcy
... McDade's, which also owns former Jitney stores on Duling Avenue in the Fondren area of Jackson and most recently the former Jitney which closed after Winn-Dixie's departure on Ellis Avenue in Westland Plaza Shopping ... The oldest among the Jitney stores still in operation are the Fondren store and the old Jitney 14 on East Fortification ... The Fondren Jitney store started in the mid-to-late 19th century as a David's Fondren Grocery ...
Walter Fondren, Sr.
... Walter William Fondren, Sr ... (June 6, 1877 – January 5, 1939) was an American oil operator and philanthropist ...
Walter Fondren - Early Life
... Fondren was the son of Doris Ledwidge and Walter William Fondren, Jr ... "Outstanding High School Football Player of the Year" Award, Fondren graduated in 1954 ... Fondren played football for The University of Texas Longhorns, where he was selected "First Team All Southwest Conference" and "All Southwest Conference Halfback" in 1955 ...
Steven Whitehurst - Biography
... Born Steven Fondren into a single-parent family on the South Side of Chicago, Illinois, he was raised by his mother Oneda Fondren, and grandmother Sarah Fondren ...