George Whitney Calhoun (1890–1963) was a co-founder of the Green Bay Packers, a sport & telegraph editor, and was the Packers’ first publicity director. For his life long contribution to the City of Green Bay and the Green Bay Packers, a life-sized bronze statue was unveiled in his honor in the fall of 2013. George Whitney Calhoun is one of several sculptures created for the Packers Heritage Trail by artists from the Fine Art Studio of Rotblatt Amrany. (From left to right in photo above: Clark Hinkle (Gary Tillery) & Donald Hamacher (Sean Bell), Johnny “Blood” McNally (Sean Bell), George Calhoun (Oscar León), Paul Hornung (Lou Cella) and Mary Hendrickson (Lou Cella) & Bart Starr (Omri Amrany). The Packers Heritage Trail is a self-guided walking tour highlighting the history of the storied Green Bay Packers and the people of Green Bay. The bronze sculpture of Calhoun sitting on a bench was cast by Tim Joseph of Sculpture Center which is located in Colorado.