Don Crisman, Gregory Eaton, and Tom Henschel are all members of the elite "Never Miss A Super Bowl Club" and are planning to attend Super 58 in Vegas this year. The three men are all in their 80s and all live in different states, but they say as long as the three of them are still physically healthy enough to make it to the game, they plan to continue their tradition.
While there have been others in the past who have never missed a Super Bowl, these three are the last men remaining who can continue the tradition this year.
Crisman and Henschel, of Maine and Florida respectively, were the first to team up to cheer on the final two teams each year after meeting at the 1983 Super Bowl between the Miami Dolphins and the Washington Redskins (RIP).
The two Super Bowl fanatics eventually met the third member of their trio, Gregory Eaton of Michigan, about 30 years later, and since then the men say the highlight of the game for them is the reunion between the three friends.
Crisman told the Portsmouth Herald,
Getting together with the guys is important. We sip and tell stories of things we did together. Everybody remembers different things about different games, so it's pretty neat.
While the three men hope they can make it back the next two years to be at Super Bowl 60, they say they're taking things one year at a time and will decide in December if they'll be able to continue the tradition at Super Bowl 59.
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