Most Valuable Person; Skip McCoy. 100th Anniversary Promotion

Glen Peltier said this about him: “Skip McCoy was a thin man with health problems who had a special talent for our game. I played many games with Skip and he was one of a kind. He could play fast courts, slow courts, equally well. He played the center line making doubles, triples, every aspect of the game. I was in Clearwater the day the president and entire executive except the third vice president Skip McCoy of the FSA resigned. Skip stepped up and said (I guess that makes me president). He, along with his first vice, Paul Prescott led the way. Skip had a lot on his shoulders but he performed very well. He was a man that made a difference.

Posted by Stan on 2020 05 29.

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