Curly Lambeau: Founder and Head Coach for the Packers for 30 years. He won six NFL titles and only had one losing season in his first 27 season as the teams coach. Oh yeah and the Packer's Stadium is named after him.
Vince Lombardi: Head Coach for the Packers who took over a terrible team in 1959 and turned them into a powerhouse in the 1960's. He won 5 NFL Championships and the winner of the first 2 Super Bowls, which lead the league to name the Super Bowl trophy after him.
Don Hudson: A pioneer at the wide receiver position, he has be credited to inventing pass patterns. He wasn't only one of the greatest WR of his era but just maybe of all time. Hudson retired with 18 NFL records many of which held nearly 60 years after his retirement.
Brett Favre: He was the face of the Packers franchise for 16 seasons. Like Vince Lombardi he helped turn a team down in the dumps, and lead them into a perennial power house. He was under center when the Packers won Super Bowl XXXI and was the first ever 3 time NFL MVP.