Patti Scialfa, David Chase, Among NJHOF Inductees

E Street Band member Patti Scialfa is set to be inducted into the New Jersey Hall of Fame as a solo artist on October 29 at a ceremony at NJPAC in Newark.

Scialfa will be inducted alongside The Sopranos” creator David Chase, “Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree” singer Tony Orlando, and New York Giant Tiki Barber, among others. 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.

“We are honored to celebrate the contributions and leadership of these New Jerseyans,” said Jon F. Hanson, Chairman of the NJHOF. “This latest class will join the 14 others we have inducted in being highlighted at our upcoming Entertainment and Learning Center at American Dream and will serve as heroes and role models for coming generations.”

Other inductees will include:

Sports: Sue Wicks

Enterprise: Finn Wentworth, Josh Weston

Public Service: Stephen N. Adubato Sr.*, Charles Edison*, George Shultz*

Arts & Letters: George Segal*, Dorothy Porter Wesley*

Asterisks (*) denote those being inducted posthumously.

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