The Hall of Fame enshrined two women, one mother, one grandmother, on Wednesday, with the induction of three other women to the franchise’s officiating team, which will be named this year.
Marlene Woodruff, the Hall of Famers widow and grandmother, and her husband, Jim, became the first two to become enshrined after their daughter, Joanna, and mother, Marlene, were inducted in 2016.
Woodruff, 78, and Woodruff were among the first four women inducted into the Hall in 1983.
She was inducted alongside her sister, Joanie Woodruff.
Woodsons sister, Peggy, was inductee in 1996.
She also was inductees in 1999 and 2003.