NFL Line Judge Robin DeLorenzo returns to Nutley

One of only three female NFL officials, DeLorenzo outline her road to success

Nutley native and NFL Line Judge Robin DeLorenzo at the Nutley Museum on June 19, 2024. The Nutley High School graduate recalled her life lessons learned through sports from coaches and teachers through her years in the Nutley school system.  

NHS Trustee Mike Petrucelli balances banner

inviting Nutley to hear Robin DeLorenzo.


George Ackerman, NHS Sports Historian.

We are thrilled and honored to host Robin DeLorenzo

at the Nutley Museum," says George Ackerman, NHS Sports Historian.


NFL Line Judge Robin DeLorenzo

Robin DeLorenzo discussed her road to the NFL career from

NHS cheerleader to pro ball sideline official!


NFL Line Judge Robin DeLorenzo

Robin DeLorenzo says she got her gumption from her many Nutley teachers and coaches. The has to the THE BEST ... and other officials, males, respect her professionalism.


George Ackerman, NHS Sports Historian and NFL Line Judge Robin DeLorenzo

"Her achievements are an inspiration to young men and women who aspire to careers at the highest levels of sport," Ackerman said, presenting NHS plaque to Robin DeLorenzo


Robin says her mom has always been there to support her chosen career!

Robin DeLorenzo's father, Coach Rich DeLorenzo and family

Robin DeLorenzo's father, Coach Rich DeLorenzo (center), supported her love of football and invited her to enroll in his class for referees. After passing the officiating test in his class, she joined her fatherís crew on the gridiron and spent 11 years officiating at the high school level before advancing through the ranks in college football. Notably, she officiated high-profile games such as the 2021 Ohio State vs. Michigan matchup and the Fiesta Bowl featuring Oklahoma State and Notre Dame. The next step was as a Line Judge in the National Football League.


Robin DeLorenzo with Nutley Historical Society President Dom Tibaldo

Robin DeLorenzo with Nutley Historical Society President Dom Tibaldo


Robin DeLorenzo with NHS Genealogy Chairman Michael Frobose

Robin DeLorenzo with NHS Genealogy Chairman Michael Frobose


Robin DeLorenzo, Nutley Historical Society Publicity Director RoseMary Valese

Robin DeLorenzo, Nutley Historical Society

Publicity Director RoseMary Valese


Robin DeLorenzo, Nutley Historical Society Hospitality Director Kathy Flaherty

Robin DeLorenzo, Nutley Historical Society Hospitality Director Kathy Flaherty


Annie Oakley Historian Eileen Luberto with NFL Line Judge Robin DeLorenzo

Nutley Historical Society Secretary/Annie Oakley Historian Eileen Luberto

with NFL Line Judge Robin DeLorenzo


NHS volunteer Carol Neri with Line Judge Robin DeLorenzo.

NHS hospitality volunteer Carol Neri with Line Judge Robin DeLorenzo.


Robin DeLorenzo with Michelle Tortorello.

Robin DeLorenzo with Michelle Tortorello.


Nutley NJ native NFL line judge Robin DeLorenzo medallion proffered to Nutley Museum, Nutley NJ

To the Nutley Museum Collection, presented by Line Judge Robin DeLorenzo

Two sides of the same medallion.

Nutley NJ native NFL line judge Robin DeLorenzo medallion proffered to Nutley Museum, Nutley NJ


Thanks to all who attended our event with NFL Line Judge Robin

DeLorenzo, and all our members who support us throughout the year.


Photos courtesy of Anthony Buccino, Michelle Tortorello, Barry Lenson, and Mike Frobose

Special thanks to Nutley Historical Society Trustees who work year-round on programs, acquisitions and maintenance issues: (in addition to the above pictured) Vice President Suzanne Hagert; Treasurer Maryann Lauber; Art Historian Barry Lenson; Director, Building & Grounds Mike Petrucelli; Membership Director Eleanor Slomkowski; Museum Director John Simko; Nutley Velodrome Historian Michael Gabriele; Social Media Trustee Anthony Buccino.

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