Walter Akerly - 2007
Joe Arnone - 2007
Gerald Behm - 2008
Jim Dumais - 2007
Robert Fields Jr. - 2012
Vance Harris - 2010
James Healy - 2008
Bob Heimgartner - 2012
Jay Kelleher - 2012
Frank Scelza - 2008
C. Francis Toomey - 2008
Lawrence Tracey - 2008
Wayne Tracey - 2014
Lary Selavka - 2007
Robert Sokolowski - 2007
Paul Zukis - 2014
C. Francis Toomey

Enshrined : 2008 (Posthumous)
Central Football Officials
"In the annals of football officiating C. Francis "Chick" Toomey will be remembered as an individual who always worked hard from the opening kickoff to the final whistle." That is the estimation of the members of the CCAFO in their naming Toomey to the Hall of Fame posthumously. An official for 35 years with the CCAFO and the New York and later Connecticut Chapter of the Eastern Association of Intercollegiate Football Officials, Toomey was the voice that was listened to by aspiring men in stripes. A graduate of Bates College where he earned 12 letters in football, hockey and baseball, Toomey returned to Connecticut to coach at Athol High School and later Chapman Tech in New London. He taught English at Bulkeley High School until his retirement. As an official with the CCAFO he worked many top games and served on all standing committees, including a stint as president in 1958. He was named to the group's Distinguished Service Honor Roll in 1970, was a "Friend of Football" honoree in 1987, and "Team Sportsmanship" honoree in 1993. As a college official he worked the Yale-Harvard game 3 times, including the 29-29 tie, BC-Holy Cross 3 times, Penn State-Syracuse twice, and Army-Navy 3 times. He swan song was his last Army-Navy Game.