NEWARK – The New Jersey Hall of Fame announced its 15th class of inductees, representing the accomplishments of some of the Garden State’s best and brightest.
The inductees showcase contemporary luminaries and those who span the pages of American history, including former New Jersey Governor and son of Thomas Edison, Charles Edison. Other inductees include famed Giants running back Tiki Barber, singer-songwriter Patti Scialfa, and filmmaker David Chase, most known for The Sopranos.
The inductees will be honored at the 15th Annual New Jersey Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. After going virtual the past few years, the Hall of Fame is excited to bring this year’s ceremony back to the red carpet at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark, New Jersey, on Sunday, October 29th, 2023.
“The New Jersey greats included in this year’s Hall of Fame inductee list have made great contributions to our state’s history,” said Governor Murphy. “From sports legends to entertainment stars, business leaders to public servants and scholars, New Jersey has been graced by the likes of many influential people that have shined a light on what our state has to offer. This year’s class is among the best of them.”
“As always, this year’s New Jersey Hall of Fame inductees not only have achieved personal greatness in their chosen area but also serve as role models and mentors for future generations of leaders across our state,” said First Lady Tammy Murphy. “Our great state has produced yet another incredible group of inductees who will be cemented in history come October. Congratulations and thank you!”
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