Former UA equipment manager finds new home in Guntersville | News
GUNTERSVILLE, AL (WAFF)- A man who served for 25
years in the athletic department of the University of Alabama has found a new
home in Marshall County.
Tank Conerly retired
from his position of equipment manager at Alabama last year.
Now Conerly will serve
as the City of Guntersville's Parks and Recreation Director.
Conerly said he will
always enjoy the great players who were also good people, like Derrick Thomas
and Shaun Alexander.
George Teague take the ball away from Miami in the 1993 Sugar Bowl, his first
He said of all the
great players and coaches he's seen, he has great admiration for the coach
today, Nick Saban, and his work ethic.
"He doesn't like any
joking around. When it's time to work,
it is time to work. And when it's not
work time it's still time to be serious about it. I just feel with the way that he handles
things I just can't imagine us losing to Notre Dame."
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