Packers fan travels to North Texas to give cheese to the needy

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by DEBBIE DENMON

WFAA

Posted on February 6, 2011 at 1:36 PM

Sue Decker is a die-hard Cheesehead who traveled to Dallas Fort Worth to deliver cheese to those who desperately needed help.

The Green Bay Packers fan climbed into her decked out green and gold painted SUV and drove from Wisconsin to Texas. She came for the Super Bowl, even though she does not have tickets.

Decker has a big heart and she aimed to feed those in need. This Cheesehead dropped off 25 pounds of donated cheese and 25 pounds of donated brats at each food pantry in five states on her way to Super Bowl XLV.

"After we won the play-off game, I just felt this incredible feeling," Decker said. "I have to share this Packer love that we have," said Sue Decker, Green Bay fan.

Decker attended the Downtown Dallas Green Bay Packers block party. It was obvious that she was no fair weather fan with all her Packer wear on.

She has been just as loyal to the effort to stomp out hunger. Tarrant County's largest food bank was the beneficiary.

"I would say randomly every single day, pay it forward," Decker said."Food pantry, buy somebody coffee. Just pay it forward and I think we will be a stronger America."

Sue Decker said everyone wins if football fans gave back and made this the Super Bowl of caring.

Email: ddenmon@wfaa.com 

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