Frank Jonet was involved with the Green Bay Packers from 1919 as office manager for the Indian Packing Company, Curly Lambeau’s employer that sponsored the team by supplying funds for uniforms and equipment.
Jonet was later named team treasurer in 1935 and then elected to the dual position of secretary-treasurer in 1941, a role in which he served until his death in 1951.
Through his association, he was instrumental in helping steer the organization through dire financial situations. In 1950, Jonet was one of the main speakers in an organizational meeting that launched a stock drive that saved the franchise.
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