|Born:||December 15, 1941|
|Height||6 ft 0 in (183 cm)|
|Weight||195 lb (88 kg)|
|Career highlights and awards|
|CFL East All-Star||1968|
|Awards||1968 - Jeff Russel Memorial Trophy|
|Honors||1970 - Grey Cup Champion|
Larry Fairholm (born December 15, 1941) is a former all-star Canadian Football League safety.
Fairholm first played football with a Quebec junior team, the Rosemont Bombers,which led to an opportunity to play college ball with the University of Arizona. In 1964, he was second on the Wildcats with 3 interceptions for 43 yards and one touchdown.
Turning pro in his hometown with the Montreal Alouettes, Fairholm had an 8-year career from 1965 to 1972, in which he did not miss a single game, a total of 112 regular season games. Over this period, Fairholm intercepted 19 passes, returning one for a TD, and returned 2 fumbles for TDs.His best year was 1969, when he picked off 5 passes. He was also a steady punt returner in the days when they were not protected by blocking rules. Chosen as an all-star in both 1968 and 1969, he also won the Jeff Russel Memorial Trophy in 1968 as the Eastern conference MVP in the CFL. His superior play at safety was one of the main reasons the Alouettes won the 58th Grey Cup championship over the Calgary Stampeders.
He has fond memories of his time with the Als:
He has two children - a son, Randy and a daughter named Joy. He also has seven grandchildren.
He is retired and now lives in Oakville. He also lived in Ile Bizard in Montreal. He is a former board member of DIRTT Environmental Solutions as well as the Lakeshore General Hospital Foundation. He was a long standing member at Royal Montreal.
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