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Hurst-Euless-Bedford

SPORTS HALL OF FAME

In Recognition of


BETH ILES DIXON

Inducted February 2, 2002


Attended H.E.B. Schools; Elementary 1956-1962, Hurst Junior High 1963-1965:  Track, Cheerleading;  L.D. Bell High School:  1966-1969:  Tennis, Singles District Champion 1969, First Female to Win District Championship, Won Twenty-one Matches 1969, Tied for Most Wins by a Female Tennis Player During a Season;  Texas Christian University:  Taught Beginning Tennis Classes, Bachelor of Science in Physical Education 1972;  Stonegate Elementary 1972-1980:  Physical Education Teacher;  A Founder of H.E.B. Leaps and Bounds Motor Development Program; Summer Tennis Instructor at Recreation Centers;  Volunteer Work:  Cancer Society; P.T.A., Bedford Heights Elementary, Bedford Junior High, Bell High School;  Tri Cities Baseball;  YMCA;  Girls Little Dribblers Commissioner 1977-78. 


An outstanding student and team leader, class and determination were her trademarks.

Born May 11, 1951

A Champion On and Off the Court