Hall of Fame staff pose with Pete after he announced his retirement as director.
Pete served as a running back coach for the St. Louis Cardinals in 1978.
Pete and Joan Elliott were married for 58 years.
Pete earned four letters for basketball at the University of Michigan.
Elliott was the quarterback of the Wolverines powerhouse teams of the late 1940s. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1994.
Elliott was named the Pro Football Hall of Fame's third director in 1979. He served in that role until his retirement in 1996.
Hall of Fame linebacker Dick Butkus chose Pete, his college coach at Illinois, as his presenter in 1979.
Pete was the longest tenured director in the Hall of Fame's history.
Pete posed with Hall of Famers George McAfee and Lou Groza along with Arnold Schwarzenegger during a 1991 event.
Elliott at the groundbreaking for massive expansion project in 1994.
Hall of Famer Gale Sayers chats with Pete at a Hall of Fame event.
Pete poses at the Pro Bowl with former Board chairman Stu Wilkins (center) and John Bankert, a longtime Hall of Fame employee who followed Elliott as the Hall of Fame's director.