An official and administrator at various levels of Pittsburgh-area soccer in the 1930s, ’40s, ’50s and ’60s.
Craddock, the father of fellow Hall of Famer Bob Craddock, emigrated from England as a child in 1907. After his playing days, he served as president of the Greater Pittsburgh League, the West Penn League and the Allegheny Valley League. He was a district commissioner for the U.S. Open Cup and the National Amateur Cup. He had played through the 1920s for teams that included Pittsburgh Rovers, Thistles and Arsenal.
Inducted in 1959.