The Cooper Institute will honor former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Roger Staubach during its annual Legacy Award Dinner tonight at the Star Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters.
Staubach is well known for his achievements both on and off the field including his many philanthropic endeavors. He has served for years as an advocate for advancing public health through education.
The award will be presented by event chair Drayton McLane Jr., his wife Elizabeth, and Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth H. Cooper. This year’s Legacy Award Dinner will also feature community activist, health advocate, and two-time heavyweight boxing champion George Foreman as keynote speaker.
The annual Legacy Award honors the visionary leaders who have improved the lives and health of men, women, and children across the country and around the world. Past Legacy Award recipients include Ray Hunt, Peter O’Donnell, Jr., the late Fred Meyer, and Lyda Hill.