McAuliffe Hall of Fame
These pages honour McAuliffes who have distinguished themselves in the service of their fellow men, have overcome adversity in an exceptional way, or have excelled in a particular field of endeavour, such as medicine, music, military service, sport, etc. Recognition is at two levels - the Hall of Fame and the Hall of Merit. To qualify for the Hall of Fame, most will have achieved widespread recognition at an international level. The Hall of Merit recognises those who have achieved high office or given meritorious service within their field or within their own country but may be less well-known internationally.
Anthony C. McAuliffe
General. World War II hero
Commanded US forces in decisive action.
Christa McAuliffe (nee Corrigan)
Teacher and Astronaut
Died in space shuttle 'Challenger' 1986
World Lightweight Champion
Legendary Steel Guitarist
From the era of Western Swing
Television and Stage Actor
Best-known for comedy roles on British TV
Played in World Series
Builder and Plasterer - renowned craftsman
James C. McAuliffe
Piper & pioneering recording artist
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MacAuliffe Hall of Fame
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