The Buffalo Bills are holding a public celebration and remembrance of late owner Ralph Wilson at their fieldhouse on Saturday.
The event will include memorabilia, exhibits, and a guestbook for fans to share their respects and pay tribute to the Hall of Fame owner.
The Bills will conduct a private ceremony for Bills staff, players, coaches and NFL personnel will be at a later date. A private funeral is being held in Detroit on Saturday.
Fans interested in making a donation in honor of Mr. Wilson’s memory are encouraged to do so to: The Hospice Foundation of Western New York, The Alzheimer’s Association Greater Michigan Chapter and to St. John Hospital Medical Center in support of the Wilson Telemonitoring Program.
Wilson died at age 95 on Tuesday at his home in Gross Point Shores, Mich.
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