Constantine S Demos
Con enrolled at MSU in the fall of 1961, and, with a desire to be part of the football program; he volunteered to be a football manager for the Spartans. Today, his fondest college memories relate to his days as a student manager. He graduated from MSU in 1966 from the College of Engineering and started his business career.
He was employed by Shell Oil and Shell Chemical Company for 31 years primarily in their marketing and business development departments. Con reconnected to MSU through a dear friend who encouraged him to re-establish his roots at Michigan State by returning to a football reunion weekend in the early 1990s. He has been involved ever since.
The book "The Tradition Continues – Spartan Football" is his special contribution to the University with a hope that goes beyond pictures and printed words. This book is a joint effort with his brother Dr. Steven S. Demos to bring back the spirit of Spartan football. Through this book, all Michigan State graduates and fans will take added pride in the storied heritage that is Spartan Football. Con’s brother Steve has always been a Spartan fan, and without his many talents this project would not have been a reality. Con has always looked up to his brother, and he continues to teach and share in accomplishments he could never achieve on his own. Con resides in Houston, Texas, with his family and returns to his roots at MSU every football season to support the Spartan program.
Steven S. Demos, M.D.
Steven S. Demos, M.D. is a retired cardiovascular surgeon who established the open heart surgery program in Muskegon, Michigan. He has a long time interest in photography, computer graphics and page layout and has been involved with publishing several other books and journals. Most recently Steven has completed the graphic design for the commemorative issue of the Muskegon Country Clubs 100th Anniversary. Steve has spent countless hours preparing this illustrated history of Spartan football. He has four sons that graduated from MSU and he currently resides in Muskegon, Michigan.
All proceeds from the sale of this book go directly to the Spartan Football Program.