Jack Sisson

Jack Sisson – Inducted 1989

A resident of Belleville since 1954, Jack Sisson spent his formative years in Peterborough before entering Queen’s University. He led the Golden Gaels from 1949 to 1953 while playing halfback at Queen’s. Jack is best known as a coach, advisor and mentor to countless athletes at Quinte Secondary. He has worked tirelessly to improve football officiating in the Quinte District, and has, over the years, refereed many Inter-collegiate games. Under his tutelage at Quinte, his teams won numerous Central Ontario Secondary School Championships.

Jack continues his athletic pursuits to this day having biked across Canada in 1987. He can also be found on the gridirons of the Quinte District in the fall, signalling first downs.

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