For the first time since 2000, the Haverhill Citizens Hall of Fame has inducted new members. A. Raymond Tye, a liquor distributor and philanthropist who quietly paid medical costs for those unable to pay for life-saving treatment, and Ezekiel J.M. Hale, a business tycoon who helped to establish Haverhill’s first library and its city hospital, were inducted during a ceremony at the public library May 12. Established in 1985, the hall of fame recognizes deceased Haverhill residents who achieved fame in their lifetimes and brought recognition to the city by making significant contributions to the larger community of the state, country, and world. Tye died in 2010; Hale in 1881. Other members of the hall of fame include poet and abolitionist John Greenleaf Whittier and movie mogul Louis B. Mayer.