Albert F. Sise  (deceased)

Year Inducted: 1983

Born:  April 23, 1907

Died:  October 14, 1991          Norwich, VT

Albert Sise was one of ski racing's early pioneers in the United States.  He raced at Mount Mooselauk in 1928 and competed in the first national downhill championship in 1933.  He continued to race for fifty years competing in the USSA Senior Alpine Championships in 1981 when he won the giant slalom, slalom and combined titles.  He was a strong advocate for veteran's racing insisting that it be well organized but conducted in a spirit of friendly competition.

Albert Sise was a brother-in-law of Charlie N Proctor. 

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