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Mr. John Wayne Hunt
Nickname: Skipper

P.O. Box 60032
San Angelo, Texas 76906

Texas Department of Public Safety
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Skipper's bio provided by him is below the Joe B. Hunt book information.

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Cajun Tennis and Texas Ranger: Book "Joe B. Hunt, Texas Ranger, campfire tales" is now available
Posted July 24, 2013

Dr. Dugas,
Here is the information about my brother Joe’s book that has recently been published and available at: http://www.amazon.com. The name of the book is Joe B. Hunt, Texas Ranger, campfire tales and it is comprised of campfire-style stories of Joe’s law enforcement career as a Texas Ranger, Texas Highway Patrolman, and Tom Green County Sheriff. It also focuses on his finding God after a near fatal heart attack in May of 2004. All proceeds from the sale of his book are going to a ministry that drills water wells in Africa and South America called “Water for All International.” More information about this project can found at their website: http://www.waterforallinternational.org. Please call or e-mail if you have any questions or need additional information.



Athletic Network Footnote:
Click here for the Athletic Network profile of John Wayne "Skipper" Hunt, Tennis 1973-75, UL Athletic Hall of Fame member, and a wonderful ambassador for the university.
During the 2013 Tennis Reunion, the format allowed time for in-depth visits, whether watching a tennis match or having coffee. When Skipper told me about the book his brother was writing, I thought it would be good to make AN viewers aware of his unique story. Heroes - they cross our paths on a daily basis.
Peace, Ed Dugas

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I was privileged to have graduated from U.S.L. with two degrees in May of 1975. One was a B.S. in Health and Physical Education and the other was an A.S. in Law Enforcement. On October 28, 1975, I joined the Texas Highway Patrol and retired on August 31, 2010 as a lieutenant in the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Service. My rewarding career in law enforcement covered almost 35 years. On November 7, 1981, I was honored by being inducted into the U.S.L. Athletic Hall of Fame for my tennis accomplishments while at the university. I currently have five grown children who are scattered across Texas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico that have been blessed me with seven grandchildren. I am now a widower who loves to travel when the opportunity presents itself and, believe it or not, can still swing the tennis racquet.
Tennis- (M&W):  1973, 1974, 1975