Inducted in 1992
Marc Chabot
Born on November 23, 1974 in Burlington, Vermont
Education:
Mt. Blue High School

Ranked 7th in a class of 223, 93 average, 1100 SAT, accepted at Princeton, U.S. Air Force Academy, Rensselaer Polytech Institute and received National Honor Society four years, R.P.I. Science & Math Award, and Honor Roll four years.

Marc won a Varsity letter in Basketball for three years, a Varsity letter in Track for two years and Lacrosse Club one year.

He played Varsity letterman Football as starting quarterback for three years and captain as a Senior. In 1991 he broke 3 school records: yards passed in a season (1,255), Touchdown passes in a season (15), Completions in a season (74), and in 1991 he tied school record for most completions in a game (12).

As a Senior, Chabot was selected All-Pine Tree Conference, All-State Quarterback and received the Scholar-Athlete Award from the State of Maine Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame.

His School/Community Activities include Student Council Member, three years; Mt. Blue Representative to Maine Hugh O'Brian Leader-

ship Seminar; Senate in Action at Bates College (chosen by History Department); Delegate to Boys State; Speaker of the House at Boys State (elected by peers): Student of the Month; Peer Tutor for Math and Science; 1992 three week exchange program in France; President of Catholic Youth group; Acolyte at Church; Maine Representative to International Hugh O'Brian Leadership Seminar in Minneapolis/St. Paul; Member Hugh O'Brian Maine State Alumni Association and volunteer at Wilton Affordable Housing Venture. 

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