November 25, 1940 in History
Born:
Joe Gibbs, born in Enka, North Carolina, football coach, owner, NASCAR Championship team, Pro Football Hall of Fame, coached Washington Redskins for 12 seasons, producing 8 playoff appearances, 4 NFC Championship titles, 3 Superbowl Titles




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Related Year:
1940

Related Birthdays:
November 25





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1960 - Amy Grant, Augusta Georgia, gospel/rock singer, Glory of Love, Baby Baby
1944 - Ben Stein, American Actor
1920 - Ricardo Montalban, born in Mexico, American radio, television, film actor, Mr. Roarke in 'Fantasy Island' television show
1896 - Virgil Thomson, born in Kansas City, Missouri, composer/music critic, 4 Saints in 3 Acts
1835 - Andrew Carnegie, Scottish/US industrialist/philanthropist