Knute Rockne Memorial Society
Award-winning author, speaker and sports historian:
Coach For A Nation: The Life and Times of Knute Rockne , and
Loyal Sons: The Story of The Four Horsemen and Notre Dame Football's 1924 Champions
Karen Phelps Moyer is a tireless, passionate advocate for children, and widely recognized for her philanthropic work to help families in the areas of grief, addiction and suicide. Karen co-founded The Moyer Foundation with a mission to provide comfort, hope and healing to children and families.
A 1987 Notre Dame graduate, Karen is a devoted mother of eight, including two adopted daughters from Guatemala. She has received numerous honors for her work.
Luther Bradley came to Notre Dame from Muncie, ind., in 1973 and promply won the starting strong safety spot on a team that would win the national championship. He reprised the role as cornerback on the 1977 national champion Irish, and finished with an ND record 17 interceptions.
Luther is Senior Market Relations Representative at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, and serves as Chairman of the Board of the Youth for Christ organization.
As founder and proprietor of Augie’s Locker Room, the premiere store for Notre Dame football memorabilia, Jim “Augie” Augustine does more to keep alive interest in Notre Dame football history than just about anyone.
A South Bend native and lifelong resident of the area, Augie is an Army veteran who served as a social studies teacher, guidance counselor and coach (like Rockne, track and football) at local schoools.
A 1978 Notre Dame preprofessional studies graduate, Greg went on to earn his medical degree from Vanderbilt, and served his residency and fellowship at Massachusetts General and Harvard hospitals. He spent nearly three decades as Attending Anesthesiologist with Summ Health Systems of Akron, Ohio.
Greg is an extremely knowledgeable student of Notre Dame football history, and has put together an impressive collection of unique artifacts.
Dr. Joseph Harmon has a personal connection to Notre Dame football history. His grandfather, also Joe Harmon (ND 1925), was the backup center on the 1924 national championship team.
Dr. Joe is a 1985 Notre Dame graduate in microbiology, and earned his medical degree from Indiana University. He has been in private practice with OB/GYN Associates of Northern Indiana and Allied Physicians of Michiana.
A 1991 graduate of Notre Dame, Mike Nead brings a broad wealth of experience in project management, sales, and media production to a variety of opportunities, building relationships and offering creativity.
Mike has a number of credits in the film industry, where he has served as Chief Operating Office for Indiewood Pictures and as a producer and development officer for Origin Entertainment. He is playing a key role in the development of the planned 2018 documentary film on the life of Coach Knute Rockne
After his graduation from Notre Dame in 1969, Tom Reynolds took the lessons he learned as a reserve linebacker for the Fighting Irish and applied them to the “real world” in most impressive fashion, earning a Ph.D. in mathematical psychology and teaching marketing at several universities.
Tom has written dozens of academic articles, several books, and been awarded three patents on research methodologies. He has consulted worldwide for more than 50 major companies. Tom received the 2017 Knute Rockne Award for Innovation.
Roger achieved legendary status as Notre Dame’s sports information director for 28 years, promoting numerous championships, All-Americans, highlight-reel moments and national attention. He was a trusted friend and wise advisor to countless players, coaches and administrators over the years, someone the university could turn to in any situation that involved coverage of the university and its sports teams.
Roger was honored with the 2017 Knute Rockne Award for Distinguished Service.