| Clem Neacy|
American football player
| End, Tackle|
| July 19, 1898 (1898-07-19) Milwaukee, Wisconsin|
University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee
Rush Medical College
March 19, 1968, Palos Verdes Estates, California, United States
Colgate University, Rush Medical College, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee
Wood National Cemetery
Clem Neacy Wikipedia
Clement Francis "Clem" Neacy (July 18, 1898 – March 19, 1968) was an American football end and tackle in the National Football League. He played professionally for the Milwaukee Badgers, Duluth Eskimos, Chicago Bears, and the Chicago Cardinals.
Neacy was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He played college football at Colgate University and the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. He graduated from Colgate University in 1924,
In 1924, he began playing in the NFL with the Milwaukee Badgers. He played five seasons in the NFL, playing his last game with the Milwaukee Badgers in 1928.
In 1930, Neacy played for the Milwaukee Nighthawks, an American football team trying to become part of the NFL franchise. In 1931, the team ended and Neacy retired from professional football.
Neacy graduated from Rush Medical College in 1930, and became a surgeon with the Veterans Administration. He worked at the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers in Milwaukee, the Veterans Administration Hospital in Togus and the Wood Veterans Hospital in Milwaukee.
Neacy died in Palos Verdes Estates, California on March 19, 1968, and is interred at the Wood National Cemetery in Milwaukee.