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Hall of Famer Sam Huff remembered at memorial service


MIDDLEBURG, Va. (AP) — Dozens of people gathered to honor Hall of Fame linebacker Sam Huff at a memorial service near his Virginia farm. The service was held Monday at a community center in Middleburg. Huff died Nov. 13 at age 87. Huff helped the New York Giants reach six NFL title games. He later became a popular player and announcer in Washington, D.C. Huff and his longtime partner, Carol Holden, raised thoroughbred horses in Middleburg. In 1987, he co-founded the West Virginia Breeders Classic in Charles Town, West Virginia.  At the service, a resolution was reading honoring Huff for his contributions to the horse racing industry.

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