Dominic Olejniczak began his involvement with the Green Bay Packers as a Green Bay city councilman in the 1930s, a relationship that continued during his term in office as mayor from 1945 to ‘55.
In 1950, he was named to the Packers Board where he was influential in the 1950 stock drive. He became a member of the Packers Executive Committee in 1952. Olejniczak was a prime mover in building the new City Stadium and was instrumental in hiring Giant assistant Vince Lombardi in 1959. Olejniczak served the longest tenure in that office in team history, from 1958-81.
During his time as Packers president, he supervised investments that secured the team’s financial footing.
In 1982, Olejniczak was named the first Packers chairman of the board and served in that role until 1989.
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