Dee Henry

My first memory of Alycia was of seeing a photo of her, in the original “how to teach wheelchair tennis” book. She was quite young but had the most beautiful smile. As I attended wheelchair tennis tournaments, I was able to meet her and we became better acquainted.

Alycia had a friend, Jenee, who organized a wheelchair tennis clinic for young children. Jenee invited Alycia to come help us out. That was a very impactful day on the lives of these young kids. It was at that event when I saw how wonderful she worked with others and observed how well she related to those future athletes.

Your website is full of great incites. Keep up the great work Alycia. You are LOVED!