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May 08, 2016

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2000 Hall of Fame Inductees
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Inger Miller Sports 1990
As a high school senior at John Muir, Inger Miller was crowned Princess to the 1990 Pasadena Tournament of Roses Royal Court. She went on to earn a full athletic scholarship to attend the University of Southern California and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in biological sciences.

A huge contributor to Muirís unrivaled track-and-field success, Inger Miller is the daughter of the late Lennox Miller (1946-2004), who ran for Jamaica and won a silver medal in the 100-meter dash at the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City; and a bronze medal in the same event at the 1972 Munich games. He was a dentist in the Pasadena area for more than 30 years. Both attended USC and Inger followed her fatherís footsteps by becoming a world-class sprinter, winning Olympic gold in Atlanta (1996) as a member of the 4x100-meter U.S. relay team. She also won a gold medal at the World Track and Field Championships in Seville Spain (1997). Miller and her colleague, former Muir cheerleader Jill Hawkins, are co-owners of
Miller Hawkins Productions, an event-planning company in Altadena, California.
Samuel Estrada Government Service 1971
Bobby Hutcherson Visual/Performing Arts 1958
Bobby Hutcherson grew up in Pasadena, he was exposed to jazz from an early age, and his family had some connections to the local jazz scene. He started studying piano at age nine, but he found the formality of the training stifling. In his teens, Hutcherson decided to take up the vibraphone after hearing a Milt Jackson record. He studied informally with vibist Dave Pike, but, for the most part, he is self-taught on the instrument. After high school, Hutcherson played with local jazz musicians Les McCann, Charles Lloyd, Paul Bley, Scott LaFaro, and Curtis Amy. He joined an ensemble co-led by Al Grey and Billy Mitchell, and the band went on to record several albums. In the late-Sixties Hutcherson formed a quintet with Harold Land. To this day, the dry-toned tenor saxophonist is probably most well-known for his work with the Clifford Brown-Max Roach Quintet in the middle 1950's. The two had similar musical visions, and their collaboration produced some amazing work.
Habib Balian Government Service 1979
Habib Balian is an extension of his familyís American success story. The son of Syrian immigrants who built a successful ice cream business, Habib excelled in school, serving as student body president at Muir and earning a degree in international relations at USC.  From 1999 until its completion in 2003, Balian was chief administrative officer of the Los Angeles-to-Pasadena Gold Line light-rail construction project, which is currently operated by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and runs between Union Station and east Pasadena. In 2004, the five-member board of the Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction Authority unanimously promoted Balian to chief executive officer of the 24-mile Pasadena-to-Montclair project, which is scheduled for completion in 2014. The job involves securing funding for the engineering, design and repair of new and existing rail, bridges, stations, public art and other infrastructure.

2016 Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony is scheduled for
Saturday, November 5th at 1:00 PM
(Location to be determined)




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