Babe Ruth League President/CEO Steven Tellefsen said, "Marion Elliott was involved with our program for over 46 years. He was truly a dedicated volunteer and played a major role in the success the organization enjoys today. It is a proud moment to have a person of his caliber inducted into the Hall of Fame."
Professionally, Marion Elliott is a retired principal of Lincoln School in Manteca. He has been involved in youth sports for the majority of his life as a high school football, baseball and basketball official. He has received several honors by the State Federation.
Elliott's affiliation as a volunteer with the Babe Ruth program began in 1962. He served as a League President, District Commissioner, State Commissioner and as Pacific Southwest Regional Commissioner (automatically making him a member of the International Board of Directors) until being elected to an at-large position on the Board of Directors. In addition, he has served on the Task Force for many Babe Ruth World Series over the years.
A devoted family man, Marion and his wife Mona reside in Manteca, California. They have three children and several grandchildren.
Marion Elliott joins more than 150 individuals and organization who have earned the distinction of being inducted into the Babe Ruth Hall of Fame.