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Hank Heffner

Hank HeffnerHank Heffner of Cornelia, Georgia was inducted in the Director Category in 2004 in Ft Myers, FL.
The adult athletic director for the City of Gainesville, Heffner has been the guiding force of the Associations phenomenal growth in the Peach State. Georgia has ranked either first or second in team registrations since1995.
Heffner began his ISA career in 1991 as an Area Director and was promoted to State Director in 1995. In 1997 he was appointed to serve as the Southern Region Vice President on the ISA Executive Board.
Hank has been the tournament director for 33 World Tournaments and 5 ISA Super World Series. He also assisted in running the ISA Fall World Series in Las Vegas and 2 Senior World Tournaments. He was presented the ISA Outstanding Achievement Award in 1995, the Director of the Year Award in 1995 and the Executive Director's Award in 1998. Hank and his wife Debbie have 2 sons, Chris and Drew along with 3 grandchildren.

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