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Edward Neal NeSmith

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Albertville City Board of Education

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Albertville City Board of Education

Background Information

Employment History

Part-Time Assistant Football Coach

Albertville High School


Affiliations

Phi Kappa Phi

Member


Albertville High School

Trustee


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Ed NeSmith

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Ed NeSmith
Hal Hayes, Marshall County Sports Hall of Fame member, in describing Ed NeSmith once wrote in a newspaper article, "He could outrun a deer in a head-to-head footrace. Ed NeSmith was honored by the 20-man panel that picked an all-time great Albertville football team. Hayes was covering sports for the Sand Mountain Reporter when NeSmith was selected the outstanding quarterback of the 11 honorees. NeSmith at 6 feet, 2 inches and 175 pounds passed with radar-like accuracy (completing 42 of 59 as a senior - an 83 percent average) and ran like the wind (going 1,106 yards rushing and with punt and kickoff returns). As a sophomore, NeSmith was a starting defensive back. NeSmith and Davis had the opportunity of other meetings with NeSmith at Mississippi State and Davis at Georgia. NeSmith and Davis had the opportunity of other meetings with NeSmith at Mississippi State and Davis at Georgia. Coach Murray Warmath recruited NeSmith to MSU. NeSmith, a two-year letterman at QB/DB, finished his play for Coach Walker in 1957. NeSmith left Albertville High School as an 'A' student. The maroon scholar/athlete left college having been on the Dean's List eight semesters and the President's List seven semesters. He was a member of the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society and graduated with highest honors (2.82 out of a possible 3.0). Albertville businessman Edward Neal NeSmith has been a community and church leader in his hometown. Education has always been important to him as indicated by his years of service as a trustee of Albertville schools and as a past president of the Albertville City Board of Education. At one point in the early 1960s, NeSmith served as part-time assistant football coach for Coach G.B. Beasley at Albertville. Albertville's own version of the "Snake" from 1951 to 1953 - Ed NeSmith.


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