Fisher DeBerry is Guest Speaker at Dinner Hosted at Valdosta State University Fellowship of Christian Athletes

VALDOSTA, GA. — Legendary football coach, Fisher DeBerry, was introduced by VSU head football coach, David Dean, on Thursday evening, December 8, at The Valdosta State University Fellowship of Christian Athletes “Dinner with a Legend.” The dinner was held at Crosspointe Church and began with Valdosta State University athletes and members of the VSU Fellowship of Christian Athletes escorting guests to their designated tables.

Photo shows former college football coach, Fisher DeBerry, speaking in an interview.

Photo shows former college football coach, Fisher DeBerry, speaking in an interview.

Valdosta State University FCA board member and volleyball chaplain, Mary Gooding, welcomed guests to the dinner and thanked everyone that makes the VSU FCA the successful organization that it is today. An opening prayer was presented by Bubba Thomas, VSU FCA board member and football co-chaplain.

The evening honored not only the VSU FCA as a whole, but also awarded two of its members with the Ben Jackson Athlete of the Year award. Football player Chris Pope was named Male Athlete of the Year while soccer player Blakely McClellan was named Female Athlete of the Year.

Watch the following video of football coach, Fisher Deberry’s legacy at the Air Force Academy.

DeBerry was head football coach at the U.S. Air Force Academy for 23-years. He is the “winningest coach” at any service academy, with a remarkable 35-11 record against Army and Navy. He is a prominent member in the Christian community as well as in the sports community. He remains active in church, charity and community affairs and gives motivational speeches to religious and corporate groups.

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Source: Valdosta Daily Times

 

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