Full name: Thomas Joseph "Red" Martin (Considine-)
Height: 6-0 (183 cm)
Weight: 190 lbs (86 kg)
Born: July 5, 1938 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Died: July 27, 2017 in Canton, Massachusetts, United States
Affiliations: Boston College Eagles, Chestnut Hill (USA)
Country: United States
Sport: Ice Hockey
A defenseman, Tom âRedâ Martin played for the Boston College Eagles from 1958-61. As a senior he was named MVP of the Beanpot Tournament, the well-known Boston collegiate hockey tournament. His #15 jersey was retired at BC and he later served as an assistant coach there for three years. He also played first base on the BC baseball teams that went to the College World Series in 1960 and 1961. Martin played only a few years of minor league hockey, with the Braintree Hawks of the New England Hockey League, from 1969-71. Later in life, he took up golf, and become quite good, winning the senior division at the New England Amateur and Ouimet Memorial Tournaments, in addition to multiple club championships.
Martin later became a businessman, forming Cramer, a digital marketing and events solutions company, in 1982. Cramer clients have included Boston Scientific, Business Objects, Gillette, JP Morgan, EMD Serono, and Price Waterhouse Coopers. Martin and his company became known for their charitable and philanthropic contributions, and in 2007, Martin was given the Richard F. Connolly, Jr. Distinguished Service Award by the Francis Ouimet Scholarship Fund for his charitable work. In 2008 he was given the Cardinal Cushing Medal for his contributions to community causes.
Martin served on the boards of Aubuchon Hardware, Xaverian Brothers High School, Caritas Christi Hospitals, Norwood Hospital, Massachusetts Hospital School, Oblates of the Virgin Mary, and Action for Boston Community Development. He was a member of the Francis Ouimet Scholarship Fund executive committee and started the Martin Family Scholarship to benefit the fund. Martin was a past president of the Boston College Alumni Association, and was inducted into the Beanpot, Massachusetts Hockey, Cambridge Sports, and Massachusetts Broadcasting Halls of Fame.
|1964 Winter||25||Innsbruck||Ice Hockey||Men's Ice Hockey||United States||USA||5|
|1964 Winter||25||Innsbruck||Ice Hockey||United States||USA||Final Standings||5||1964-01-27||0||1||8|
|1964 Winter||25||Innsbruck||Ice Hockey||United States||USA||Final Round||Match #1||2||1964-01-29||URS 5, USA 1||0||0||2|
|1964 Winter||25||Innsbruck||Ice Hockey||United States||USA||Final Round||Match #6||1||1964-01-31||USA 8, GER 0||0||0||0|
|1964 Winter||25||Innsbruck||Ice Hockey||United States||USA||Final Round||Match #10||2||1964-02-01||SWE 7, USA 4||0||0||2|
|1964 Winter||25||Innsbruck||Ice Hockey||United States||USA||Final Round||Match #13||2||1964-02-03||CAN 8, USA 6||0||0||2|
|1964 Winter||25||Innsbruck||Ice Hockey||United States||USA||Final Round||Match #20||2||1964-02-05||TCH 7, USA 1||0||0||0|
|1964 Winter||25||Innsbruck||Ice Hockey||United States||USA||Final Round||Match #22||2||1964-02-07||FIN 3, USA 2||0||0||0|
|1964 Winter||25||Innsbruck||Ice Hockey||United States||USA||Final Round||Match #26||1||1964-02-08||USA 7, SUI 3||0||0||0|
|1964 Winter||25||Innsbruck||Ice Hockey||United States||USA||Qualifying Round||Match #6||1||1964-01-28||USA 7, ROU 2||0||1|