Joined OCC: September 23, 1976
Elected to Winged “O”: February 16, 1979
Colin Chock was born in 1934 and raised in Honolulu. He attended the Kamehameha School for Boys and the University of Hawaii, graduating from the University of Hawaii.
While in high school, Colin was an all-star in football, basketball and baseball. He was selected on the all-Hawaii high school baseball team in 1953 that toured Japan and played against the best 17 baseball teams in Japan. The trip was very successful in that they won 15 of the 17 games.
He also participated as an all-star in the Shrine high school football games during his junior and senior years.
At the University of Hawaii, Colin was an outstanding football player and was a member of the team that beat Nebraska 6-0 in 1955.
After graduation, Colin was employed by Hawaiian Telephone Company. To maintain his physical conditioning, he became a member of the Central YMCA and joined the YMCA volleyball team. Colin was asked to join the Outrigger volleyball team in 1966 and was accepted in the Club as an athletic member. He 1969, he became a Regular member.
In his achievements at the OCC, Colin was a member of the open, senior and golden masters volleyball teams and baseball team. He coached the open volleyball team and the baseball team. Colin received All-America recognition and honorable mention with the volleyball team and all-star with the baseball team.
He was a member of the Volleyball Committee and Softball Committee. He was committee chair for the National AAU Volleyball Championships sponsored by OCC, organizer of Club fund raising projects for younger athletes and did committee work for the Roughwater and Castle Swims.
Colin was elected to the OCC Board of Directors in 1978 and was Coordinating Director of Athletics in 1978 and Labor Management in 1979.