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Below are the members of the Connecticut Skeet Hall of Fame.  To be considered for the Hall of Fame, a person must have state residency and shot registered targets for at least 10 years.  A shooter must have local as well as national acclaim.  Things considered are All American team selection; state and zone team selection; national, state and zone gun titles; shooting ability based on average, and gun titles at the top 100 NSSA shoots.

   
2016
   
Eric Steinkraus
Carl Malinosky III*
2015
 
2014
Raymond Gilbert
 
No Inductee
2013
 
2012
Steve Krukoff
Frank Decker
 
Andre St. George
Frank & Connie Mauri*
2011
 
2010
Regis Koontz*
 
No Inductee
2009
 
2008
No Inductee
 
No Inductee
2007
 
2006
Brett Altman*
 
No Inductee
2005
 
2004
Bernie Grant
William Morey
Richard Dietz*
 
No Inductee
2003
 
2002
Willie Clark
 
No Inductee
2001
 
2000
Stuart Fairbank
 
Ben Kaplan
1999
 
1998
William Lamphere
Larry Munley
 
William Cooke
1997
 
1996
Marilyn Scola
Winfield Danielson
 
Robert DeFrancesco
Marty Rau
1995
 
1994
Richard Picheco
Howard Altman
 
Dick Anthony
Kathleen Condio*
Kathrine Altman*
1993
 
1992
Jerry Mastriano
Tom Prall*
Betty Pudlo*
 
Fred Wade
Jack Malucky
Dick Luce*
1991
 
1990
Vin Giaquinto
Terry Nichols
Alex Stott*
 
Mary Alice DeFrancesco
Joe Callahan
Toni Kellaher*
1989
 
1988
Bob Marzik
Al Wolfinger
Jim Lee*
 
Carl Malinosky
Jim Caulfield
Rick Graham*
1987
 
1986
Herv LaLiberte
Pat Malinosky
Ray Fanning*
 
Jack Gallagher
John Jensen
Ray Maciag*
1985
 
1984
Bob Haydu
Joyce Luce
Floyd Hendricks*
 
Ray Ducat
Cy Marzik
John Brainard
1983
   
Dom Piscitelli
Jim Prall
   

 
* John T. Brainard Award.  This award is given in memory of John T. Brainard, NSSA #163.  John's first love was skeet shooting.  As a member of the Hartford Gun Club, he gave his time, energy and knowledge to represent his club.  He dedicated himself to preserving the game of skeet at the state and national level.  He willingly offered his help and assisted other clubs in the state to make their shoots successful.  He would often be seen working at the scoreboard, classification table or arguing over rules, since he knew them by heart and always had a rule book.
 
This award is to honor those people who have shown outstanding service over the years by giving of themselves, their time and their dedication for the betterment of skeet.