Allen Jackson
Dr. Cherif Hechema

Dr. Cherif Hechema

This tournament is in honor of Dr. Cherif Hechema. Dr. Hechema was a longtime surgeon at Berea hospital. One of his life's passions apart from family and helping others was his love of tennis. He was an avid tennis player and was a most beloved man to everyone who knew him. The ultimate gentleman! He is missed terribly by family and friends.

Bobby Smith

Sarah Jane Pendergrass has been playing tennis for many years. She also was the Berea Community High School Head Tennis Coach for 8 years. A retired deputy sheriff, Janey has spent most of her time playing league tennis, tournament tennis, running tennis tournament and clinics.

Donnie Head

Born and raised in Maysville, KY. Allen started playing tennis at the age of 13 at his local Beechwood Park. Two tennis courts, surface was all concrete with wire fence nets. Also, his first tennis racquet was checked out from the park and was all wire string! Allen served in the U.S. Navy for 18 years and also was head coach at Berea College for 17 years.

Wilson Evans

This tournament is in honor of Dr. Cherif Hechema. Dr. Hechema was a longtime surgeon at Berea hospital. One of his life's passions apart from family and helping others was his love of tennis. He was an avid tennis player and was a most beloved man to everyone who knew him. The ultimate gentleman!

Pat Wear

Pat Wear taught at Berea College from 1950 until he retired in 1980. Dr. Wear ("Pat") served as chairman of the college's education department and was a professor of elementary education and director of secondary student teaching. Pat Wear was an avid tennis player and supporter for tennis in Berea and the state of Kentucky.

Chad Dyer

Born and raised in Maysville, KY. Allen started playing tennis at the age of 13 at his local Beechwood Park. Two tennis courts, surface was all concrete with wire fence nets. Also, his first tennis racquet was checked out from the park and was all wire string! Allen served in the U.S. Navy for 18 years and also was head coach at Berea College for 17 years.

Jeff Hechemy

This tournament is in honor of Dr. Cherif Hechema. Dr. Hechema was a longtime surgeon at Berea hospital. One of his life's passions apart from family and helping others was his love of tennis. He was an avid tennis player and was a most beloved man to everyone who knew him. The ultimate gentleman!

Shawn Parker

Shawn was a loving, devoted father, an avid tennis player and trained in jiu jitsu for over 20 years. He was a 1992 graduate of Harlan High School, he graduated from LMU in 1997 with Honors. Most recently, he enjoyed coaching his daughter's basketball teams. He loved a challenge, was so competitive and had a passion for helping others.

Kenny Alford

Born and raised in Maysville, KY. Allen started playing tennis at the age of 13 at his local Beechwood Park. Two tennis courts, surface was all concrete with wire fence nets. Also, his first tennis racquet was checked out from the park and was all wire string! Allen served in the U.S. Navy for 18 years and also was head coach at Berea College for 17 years.

Bob Duricko

This tournament is in honor of Dr. Cherif Hechema. Dr. Hechema was a longtime surgeon at Berea hospital. One of his life's passions apart from family and helping others was his love of tennis. He was an avid tennis player and was a most beloved man to everyone who knew him. The ultimate gentleman!

Curl Pope

Shawn was a loving, devoted father, an avid tennis player and trained in jiu jitsu for over 20 years. He was a 1992 graduate of Harlan High School, he graduated from LMU in 1997 with Honors. Most recently, he enjoyed coaching his daughter's basketball teams. He loved a challenge, was so competitive and had a passion for helping others.

Sharon Boggs

Born and raised in Maysville, KY. Allen started playing tennis at the age of 13 at his local Beechwood Park. Two tennis courts, surface was all concrete with wire fence nets. Also, his first tennis racquet was checked out from the park and was all wire string! Allen served in the U.S. Navy for 18 years and also was head coach at Berea College for 17 years.

David Scalf

This tournament is in honor of Dr. Cherif Hechema. Dr. Hechema was a longtime surgeon at Berea hospital. One of his life's passions apart from family and helping others was his love of tennis. He was an avid tennis player and was a most beloved man to everyone who knew him. The ultimate gentleman!

Perry Stocker

Shawn was a loving, devoted father, an avid tennis player and trained in jiu jitsu for over 20 years. He was a 1992 graduate of Harlan High School, he graduated from LMU in 1997 with Honors. Most recently, he enjoyed coaching his daughter's basketball teams. He loved a challenge, was so competitive and had a passion for helping others.

Buddy Watson

Born and raised in Maysville, KY. Allen started playing tennis at the age of 13 at his local Beechwood Park. Two tennis courts, surface was all concrete with wire fence nets. Also, his first tennis racquet was checked out from the park and was all wire string! Allen served in the U.S. Navy for 18 years and also was head coach at Berea College for 17 years.

This tournament is in honor of Dr. Cherif Hechema. Dr. Hechema was a longtime surgeon at Berea hospital. One of his life's passions apart from family and helping others was his love of tennis. He was an avid tennis player and was a most beloved man to everyone who knew him. The ultimate gentleman!

Bobby Smith

A high school coach from London, KY. Bobby Coaches at North Laurel High School.

Janey Pendergrass

Born and raised in Maysville, KY. Allen started playing tennis at the age of 13 at his local Beechwood Park. Two tennis courts, surface was all concrete with wire fence nets. Also, his first tennis racquet was checked out from the park and was all wire string! Allen joined the U.S. Navy right after high school at the age of 17. He served in various countries around the world for 18 years. Allen Jackson was the head tennis coach at Berea College for 17 years.

Allen Jackson

Born and raised in Maysville, KY. Allen started playing tennis at the age of 13 at his local Beechwood Park. Two tennis courts, surface was all concrete with wire fence nets. Also, his first tennis racquet was checked out from the park and was all wire string! Allen joined the U.S. Navy right after high school at the age of 17. He served in various countries around the world for 18 years. Allen Jackson was the head tennis coach at Berea College for 17 years.