|Sports Played:||Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track and Field|
|Induction Year:||1962, Member of Court of Champions|
A teammate and a close friend of Jackie Robinson at both Pasadena Junior College and UCLA, Ray Bartlett distinguished himself as a talented and versatile athlete in his own right. He was an All-American and All-Southern California end on the legendary 11-0 PJC football team of 1938. Bartlett played on conference champion teams in football, basketball (guard) and baseball (outfielder). In 1939, he won the conference pole vault title for the Bulldogs track and field team. Bartlett went on to an extraordinary career in public service. After serving his country in the military in World War II and the Korean War, he worked for the Pasadena Police Department for 20 years. He was a deputy to Los Angeles County's Supervisor. Bartlett was a founding member of the PCC Foundation and a long-time member of the board of directors for the Pasadena YMCA. Bartlett represented the Robinson family as the Grand Marshal at the 1999 Tournament of Roses Parade. He was inducted into the CCCAA State Hall of Fame in 1986.