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A fellow “Children Helping Children” volunteer nominated Ken to participate as a Torchbearer in the 2002 Salt Lake Olympic Torch Relay.
After being selected, he was honored to run a leg carrying the Olympic Torch as it passed near downtown Fort Worth.
An avid tennis player for many years, Judy has won well over 100 tournaments in singles, women's and mixed doubles.
Some of her other accomplishments include "Sportswoman of the Year" for tennis and table tennis in Guyana; twice representing Guyana at Junior Wimbledon; designation as the triple champion of the Antillean Indoor in Kingston, Jamaica; and at one point was ranked #3 in her age division for women's singles in Texas.
A hallmark event, the tournament has raised over 2.9 million dollars.
In 2007, they were recognized for their work by receiving the Children’s Medical Center's "Distinguished Service" Award and the following year, were honored by being listed on the Founder’s Wall at the newly built Children’s Medical Center Legacy, a branch of Children’s Medical Center.
A native Texan, Ken grew up in Celeste, Texas where he played high school tennis and summer junior tournaments. with Honors in Physical Education at the University of Texas at Austin in 1972.
He played junior college tennis at Central Texas College in Killeen, TX.
In 1977, Ken contracted with the City of Plano to run the soon-to-open High Point Park Tennis Center.She was a member of the 2004 USTA 5.0 team which was a National Finalist.She currently plays on the Rye Racquet MITL A team and has captained the team to many years of first place titles in Flight 1.Judy has always enjoyed working with young people and is actively involved with our youth programs.Besides instructing young players in the Pre-Junior Development, Future Stars and Competitive programs, she also frequently watches her students at tournaments.
She enjoys gardening and is a jigsaw puzzle/word games enthusiast.