Thursday, September 06, 2001

Munoz attends White House fete

        Bengals great Anthony Munoz, the first Hispanic-American voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, attended the White House state dinner Wednesday night in honor of Mexican President Vicente Fox.

        Munoz, whose grandparents grew up in Mexico, attended the formal dinner with his wife, DeDe, at the invitation of President Bush.

        Munoz, who lives in Mason, played for the Bengals from 1980-92 and was voted one of the tackles on the NFL's 75th anniversary team.


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