Tony Lombardi
American footballcoach
Tony Lombardi
Tony E. Lombardi is an American football player and coach in the United States.
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Tech Vendors Ply CIOs with Drones, Maple Syrup and Whoopee Cushions  
Wall Street Journal - about 1 year
Chief information officers share their favorite encounters with salespeople, including the receipt of unasked-for gifts. “I have my own iPad, thank you,” says Armstrong World Industries CIO Tony Lombardi.
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Johnny Unitas’ Son Congratulates Drew Brees For Tying His Father’s Record
Baltimore Sports Report - over 4 years
Johnny Unitas’ 52 year old record of 47 consecutive games with a touchdown pass could finally be broken this week. With a TD pass on Sunday against the Chargers, Drew Brees will pass the mark of the Hall of Famer from the Baltimore Colts. Unitas’ son, Joe, sent Brees a letter congratulating him on tying on father’s record and wishing him the best of luck against San Diego. Drew, I wanted to take a minute to congratulate you on tying my father’s record for most consecutive games with a touchdown pass. I’ve been following your pursuit of the record since last season. I’m a big fan of yours, and wish you the best Sunday night against San Diego as you try to break the record. My father always said that records were meant to be broken. I know that if he was still with us that he would wish you the best as well. When I look back on my father’s life I remember a man who was much bigger than the game of football. The things he would appreciate most about you have nothing to do with fo ...
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Resilient Local Man Wants To 'Hear Your Story'
Barnegat- Ocean Acres Patch - almost 5 years
Tony Lombardo of Barnegat has been pursuing a passion for most of his life — a passion of collecting people's stories, which he hopes to take to a new level with a blogging initiative for Patch. Two years ago, Lombardo, 59, started an online nonprofit with a friend, Adaria Duarte of Parsipanny. The organization, Let's Hear Your Story, Inc., solicits and collects stories of triumph, resiliency and emotional strength from people facing hard times due to illness or other misfortune. "By recognizing those who have overcome insurmountable obstacles, we hope to facilitate healing, positive change," is the organization's mission, according to the Let's Hear Your Story website. Lombardo knows first-hand about overcoming great odds. Lombardo's life started to change when he was a young college graduate, married, with two young children, working his first job in Manhattan as an export manager for a medium-size company. That was when he started experiencing strange symptoms. "It st ...
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Barnegat Morning Report, May 2
Barnegat- Ocean Acres Patch - almost 5 years
WHAT WE ARE WORKING ON: Barnegat Township was one of the municipalities receiving "clean communities" grant from the state this year, once again. Today we will be reaching out to township officials and asking them how they plan to spend the money. Also, we will be introducing a new blogger for Patch -- a local resident who had been afflicted with multiple sclerosis, Tony Lombardo is a collector of stories. By blogging for Patch, he hopes to share local residents' personal stories of triumph over difficult odds. Finally, we plan to bring you an update on the replenishment project on Long Beach Island. WEATHER:  There is a slight chance of showers today after 2 p.m , patchy fog before 9 a.m. Otherwise, today is expected to be mostly cloudy, with a high near 62. TIDE TABLE FOR BARNEGAT INLET: High: 4:30 a.m. Low: 11:20 a.m. High: 5:15 p.m. Low: 11:53 p.m. Have a great day, everyone!
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Cedar Rapids High School Coach Investigated by District for Foul Language, Bullying Harassment Allegations
Eastern Iowa Schools - almost 5 years
Cedar Rapids – Washington High School’s football and track coach, Tony Lombardi, is at the center of the controversy. Parents say his coaching strategies are really bullying, harassment and physical attacks.  Several families have filed formal complaints with the school … Continue reading →
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Le carnaval 2012 sera placé sous le signe du soleil - Ouest-France
Google News - over 5 years
L'élection des majestés se déroulera au cours d'une soirée cabaret animée par Tony Lombardi avec un repas à base de jambon à l'os. Cette soirée est prévue le samedi 24 septembre au foyer rural. Pour réserver, on peut contacter les membres du comité ou
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Hometown Jam sweetens Saturday at skate park - Andover Townsman
Google News - over 5 years
"Come on down and compete in a skate jam, best trick or a game of skate Each contest will have three age divisions and winners will get top notch prizes provided from Converse," according to AYS leader Tony Lombardi. "Admission is free and there is
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HS Football Highlights: CR Washington star receiver turns more heads - DesMoinesRegister.com
Google News - over 5 years
“I think he's as good of a receiver as there is in the state,” Washington coach Tony Lombardi said. Heald, a senior, has drawn interest from colleges throughout the Midwest and planned to take a recruiting trip to Indiana on Saturday afternoon
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Networking event focuses on closing sales - Lawn & Landscape
Google News - over 5 years
“Many designers can have difficulties finishing a sale, and this seminar will help teach how to properly communicate with clients, potential clients and even people who aren't potential clients,” said Tony Lombardi, chairman of the Landscape Ontario
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Work orders: House has numerous issues - GoErie.com
Google News - over 5 years
"There is nobody we can go after," said Tony Lombardi, the code-enforcement officer for that part of Erie. The house has four bedrooms and a bathroom. It is worth about $15000, county records say. The property was offered at a tax sale in 2010,
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Saint-Roch sera dignement fêté ce week-end - La Montagne
Google News - over 5 years
Aux environs de 15 h 30, le corso fleuri égayera les rues de ses couleurs et des cris joyeux des enfants pour laisser place deux heures plus tard au charme et à la voix de Tony Lombardi, pour un concert de chansons tendres. Pour conclure ce week-end,
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REPORT: Ravens never made Mason an offer - Baltimore SportsReport.com
Google News - over 5 years
While many believe that Mason chose to take more money or simply chose New York over Baltimore, Tony Lombardi of Ravens24x7.com reports that Baltimore never made Mason an offer at all. Secondly, contrary to what has
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So wait… Did Marc Bulger retire? - Baltimore SportsReport.com
Google News - over 5 years
Last year's backup QB, Marc Bulger, was expected to test the free agent market and leave for starting gig. So far, that hasn't happened. Rumor has it, at least according to Tony Lombardi of Ravens24x7.com, that Bulger retired back in March
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Could Todd Heap land in Pittsburgh? - Baltimore SportsReport.com
Google News - over 5 years
A scary bit of news did cross the twitterverse yesterday however. The Steelers are in the market for a veteran tight end and Tony Lombardi of Ravens24x7.com tweeted that maybe, just maybe, Ravens free agent Todd Heap could be the guy
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Rumor: Ravens in midst of trade talks for Umenyiora - Baltimore SportsReport.com
Google News - over 5 years
Tony Lombardi of Ravens24x7.com tweeted this morning that the unconfirmed trade rumors center around two teams, the Cleveland Browns and Baltimore Ravens. In my opinion, Umenyiora would be a much bigger acquisition to Baltimore's defense than Nnamdi
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Lack of money could be Ravens reason for slow acquisitions - Baltimore SportsReport.com
Google News - over 5 years
Tony Lombardi of Ravens24x7.com reports that the Ravens are handcuffed by the salary cap at the moment and he sees only one solution. Last week ESPN's John Clayton reported that the Ravens were $1.8M over the cap and that number did not include the RFA
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Ravens Players Angry Over Owners "Pressure" - Baltimore Beat Down
Google News - over 5 years
For a slightly different take on the situation, check out Tony Lombardi's recent article. Here are a couple of tidbits from the article. Both sides spend weeks drafting an agreement that is predicated upon the NFLPA re-certifying and when the owners do
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Q&A With Baltimore Sports & Life - Baltimore Beat Down
Google News - over 5 years
Coordinated by Christopher Stoner, Baltimore Beatdown was honored to take part, along with John Eisenberg of CNN Baltimore, Dan Kolko of MASN Sports, Tony Lombardi of Ravens24x7, and Kevin Van Valkenburg of the Baltimore Sun. The questions ranged from
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Schools out! - Andover Townsman
Google News - over 5 years
Andover Youth Services helped the kids celebrate summer with "Up Town Get Down," a carnival-like party that could become an annual tradition, according to program leader Tony Lombardi. "We decided to throw a party for all the kids in town to celebrate
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Tony Lombardi
    FIFTIES
  • 2013
    Age 51
    In 2013 following the baseball season Lombardi resigned as Head Football and Baseball Coach and moved to West Des Moines to go into Medical Sales, following an out-of-court settlement with the Iowa Board of Educational Examiners resulting in temporary suspension of his teaching license and coaching certificate.
    More Details Hide Details The youth football teams that Lombardi coached have yet to lose a lower level game at Cedar Rapids Washington. Lombardi is currently coaching at West Des Moines Valley High School where his family resides and His son is currently the starting Quarterback at Valley and is a highly recruited Division I prospect.
  • FORTIES
  • 2006
    Age 44
    Lombardi made an immediate impact returning the Warriors to the playoffs in 2006.
    More Details Hide Details Over the next 7 years the Warriors were either in the quarterfinals or the semi-finals of the state championships all but one season. The track team won two state championships and never finished lower than 5th place. In addition to that Lombardi sent over 100 athletes on to play at the collegiate level. He built a youth program that won a National Championship and was voted the top middle school team in the nation by several youth websites in addition to that his work with youth athletics produced Nationally ranked Football, Wrestling and Baseball teams. In his free time Tony enjoys writing autobiographies on multiple web sites, including Wikipedia.
  • THIRTIES
  • 2002
    Age 40
    In 2002, Lombardi became the head coach at Homewood-Flossmoor High School in Homewood, Illinois, where his father had been coach in the late 1960s, and he quickly revitalized the struggling team.
    More Details Hide Details However, after just one season, Lombardi left Homewood-Flossmoor moving closer to his family who lived in Plainfield, taking over at Hinsdale Central High School in Hinsdale, Illinois, a western suburb of Chicago. After three seasons at Hinsdale Central, in which the team posted a 30–7 record, two trips to the Class 8A quarterfinals and one trip to the semifinals, Lombardi had taken the Red Devils to the best three year record in school history. However, in iIllinois you are not a tenured faculty member until your fourth year of employment so Lombardi was asked to resign his post as there was no need to show cause by state law. Lombardi among great community support chose to stay and fight for his job, the community came out in large numbers with 5,000 signatures on a petition and months of supportive testimonials at every school board meeting in the end he was not retained. His lawsuit against the school district for breach of contract was settled for $10,000, and the following year the entire administrative team was fired. Lombardi moved on to Cedar Rapids Washington High School there he took on the responsibility of Head Strength and Conditioning coach, Head Football Assistant Track and was later the Head Baseball Coach.
  • 2001
    Age 39
    In 2001, Lombardi was the defensive coordinator for the short-lived Chicago Enforcers of the XFL.
    More Details Hide Details When the XFL folded after one year, Lombardi decided to stay close to home coaching high school football in order to spend more time with his four-year-old son Rocky, saying, "Football has been so great, providing me with everything I've had in life. There's no way I was going to let Rocky grow up hating football because his dad is always gone."
    Following the 2001 season Lombardi departed for the upstart professional football league the XFL.
    More Details Hide Details At the end of Eastern Michigan's 1999 season, none of Rasnick's assistant coaches were retained.
    Jeff Woodruff hired Lombardi to coach the Running Backs and coordinate the Special Teams for the 2001 season.
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  • 1999
    Age 37
    Lombardi's one game as EMU's head coach was a 24-30 loss to the Northern Illinois on November 20, 1999 that was played in DeKalb, Illinois.
    More Details Hide Details With the loss on the last game of the year under Lombardi, the team concluded its season with a record of 4 - 7. Lombardi is the only EMU head football coach to serve for just a single game, and as a result, his five days served is the shortest tenure of any head coach in the history of EMU football.
    EMU athletic director Dave Diles fired Rasnick on November 16, 1999, and named Lombardi as the interim head coach, to serve for the final game of the season.
    More Details Hide Details Under Rasnick, the 1999 team had compiled a record of 4 wins and 6 losses.
    The first ten games of the 1999 season were coached by Rick Rasnick, with Lombardi serving as defensive coordinator.
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    Lombardi was the head college football coach for the Eastern Michigan Eagles located in Ypsilanti, Michigan, and he held that position for one game during the 1999 season.
    More Details Hide Details His coaching record at Eastern Michigan was wins and 1 loss. As of the conclusion of the 2010 season, this ranks him #37 at Eastern Michigan in total wins and #38 at the school in winning percentage.
  • 1997
    Age 35
    In 1997, then-head coach Rick Rasnick hired him as the linebackers coach for the Eastern Michigan Eagles, and in the 1998 and 1999 seasons, he served as the team's defensive coordinator.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1989
    Age 27
    From 1989 through 1996 he was the defensive coordinator for the NCAA Division II Mankato State Mavericks (now Minnesota State University).
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  • 1985
    Age 23
    After spending the 1985 season as defensive coordinator for his alma mater, Rich East High School in Park Forest, Illinois, Lombardi served as defensive backs coach for the Wisconsin Badgers while earning a master's degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
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  • 1984
    Age 22
    Lombardi went undrafted in the 1984 NFL Draft and signed as a free agent with the Chicago Bears.
    More Details Hide Details However, he did not make the team's roster.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1980
    Age 18
    Lombardi played running back for the Arizona State University Sun Devils from 1980 through 1983, and was awarded a varsity letter for all four years of play.
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    Lombardi attended Rich East High School in his hometown of Park Forest, Illinois, a southern suburb of Chicago, graduating in 1980.
    More Details Hide Details While in high school, he played tailback on the football team, which was coached by his father, Bob Lombardi.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1962
    Age 0
    Born in 1962.
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