Edward Waltman

(1918-1993) Inducted into the Jewish Sports Hall of Fame, 1989 Edward L. Waltman was a prominent local athlete during the 1930s and 1940s. He was an all-star football player at Weaver High School and played baseball and basketball. He was an All-state half-back and co-captain of the baseball team atRead More →

(1916-2002) Inducted into the Jewish Sports Hall of Fame, 1990 Vinick was born in Hartford and graduated from Hartford Public High School in 1934. He played football at Trinity College for four years and was elected captain his senior year. Although he had never played before entering college, and onlyRead More →

Inducted into the Jewish Sports Hall of Fame, 1987 As a student at Kingswood-Oxford School in West Hartford, Title was a star player in soccer, basketball, and lacrosse. In her senior year she was the leading scorer on both the soccer and lacrosse teams, setting a school record (which sheRead More →

Charles Teller

(1941-2014) Inducted into Jewish Sports Hall of Fame, 1987 Born in Middletown, Teller grew up in West Hartford and graduated from Hall High School, where he excelled in both scholastics and sports. He was ranked the top high school tennis player in the state in 1959. Teller was captain ofRead More →

Sam Suisman

(1901-1970) Inducted into Jewish Sports Hall of Fame, 1983 Growing up in Hartford, Suisman was recognized equally for his achievements in football, basketball, and baseball. He was captain of the football team at Hartford High and played on the city championship-winning basketball team of the YMHA. When Suisman’s Hartford HighRead More →

(1937- ) Inducted into the Jewish Sports Hall of Fame, 1989 Born and raised in West Hartford, Suisman attended Loomis Institute and then graduated from Yale University in 1959. At Yale, he was on the varsity golf team for three years and was captain his senior year. He qualified forRead More →