If you’ve driven down I-290 by Holy Cross lately, you might have seen a familiar face on the building near where the highway curves on the Auburn line: Bob Cousy ’50. Cousy is one of five Worcester icons to appear on a mural on the side of the Casey Storage Solutions building at 19 McKeon Road, facing the interstate.
The mural, a collaboration among Casey Storage, Kay Gee Signs and Graphics Co. of Auburn, Massachusetts, and Worcester architect Gregory J. O’Connor, went up in September. At 23 feet high, it also features the Coney Island Hot Dogs neon sign and cyclist Marshall “Major” Taylor, among other symbols that represent the history of Worcester. ■
—Maura Sullivan Hill