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Citizen Kern: Hank Pfister. Born into a family of tennis players, Hank Pfister picked up his racket early and never looked back. “I really had no aspirations to be a professional tennis player,” Pfister said, laughing. “When you find you’re good at something, you tend to enjoy it—it was just something I had fun doing.”

Citizen Kern: Hank Pfister. Born into a family of tennis players, Hank Pfister picked up his racket early and never looked back. “I really had no aspirations to be a professional tennis player,” Pfister said, laughing. “When you find you’re good at something, you tend to enjoy it—it was just something I had fun doing.”

#tbt July 12, 1981: as posted on Twitter by @ThisDayInTennis: @johankriek beats Hank Pfister 3/6 6/3 7/5 in the final of the Tennis Hall Of Fame Championship in Newport #johankriek #tennis #tennishistory #TennisHallOfFameChampion #ATP #ATPTour #throwbackthursday

#tbt July 12, 1981: as posted on Twitter by @ThisDayInTennis: @johankriek beats Hank Pfister 3/6 6/3 7/5 in the final of the Tennis Hall Of Fame Championship in Newport #johankriek #tennis #tennishistory #TennisHallOfFameChampion #ATP #ATPTour #throwbackthursday

On Twitter today as posted by @ThisDayInTennis: "July 12, 1981: @Johan Kriek beats Hank Pfister 36 63 75 to win @TennisHalloFame title in Newport, RI" #JohanKriek #tennis #HallofFame #Newport #champion #Kriek #Pfister

On Twitter today as posted by @ThisDayInTennis: "July 12, 1981: @Johan Kriek beats Hank Pfister 36 63 75 to win @TennisHalloFame title in Newport, RI" #JohanKriek #tennis #HallofFame #Newport #champion #Kriek #Pfister

Citizen Kern: Mike Warner.  “A big part of the study of history is about making connections with people.”

Citizen Kern: Mike Warner. “A big part of the study of history is about making connections with people.”

Citizen Kern: Death Valley Jim. The list is never-ending: the Mojave Desert is so vast, and there is so much to see, explore, and document. —Jim Mattern

Citizen Kern: Death Valley Jim. The list is never-ending: the Mojave Desert is so vast, and there is so much to see, explore, and document. —Jim Mattern

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Citizen Kern: Paula Madrid.  "I was taking a check into my bank for deposit and the cashiers kept doing double takes about my check from Scary Movie 4."

Citizen Kern: Paula Madrid. "I was taking a check into my bank for deposit and the cashiers kept doing double takes about my check from Scary Movie 4."

Citizen Kern: Terry Phillips. "My father is my hero. He taught me respect, and I try to apply that to my life every day".

Citizen Kern: Terry Phillips. "My father is my hero. He taught me respect, and I try to apply that to my life every day".

Citizen Kern: Roger Martin. "I had made a CD for my parents of me singing Sinatra songs. I started handing them out to people, and a lady I work with asked if I would do a Rat Pack themed party for her".

Citizen Kern: Roger Martin. "I had made a CD for my parents of me singing Sinatra songs. I started handing them out to people, and a lady I work with asked if I would do a Rat Pack themed party for her".

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