Most people remember John Cseh (pronounced CHECK) for his exploits in golf. A superb golfer, Cseh won over a 100 trophies in various and sundry golf tournaments in the Greater Akron area over four decades. A 34-year employee of Firestone Tire and Rubber Company, Cseh also represented Firestone in numerous industrial league tournaments that brought more accolades for the diminutive golfer. However, Cseh’s induction into the Summit County Sports Hall of Fame was predicated on his expertise as a long-time sports official. For 32 years, Cseh was an active member of both the East Ohio Football and Eastern Ohio Basketball Official’s organizations, progressing through the high school ranks into college. Prior to his death in 1982 at the age of 68, Cseh had been a referee in the Ohio Athletic Conference for 19 years. In addition, Cseh volunteered his time as a coach and referee in the Catholic Youth Organization.