Part 5 of 6-part series Passing of a Legend

Part 5 of 6-part series Passing of a Legend

October 22nd – Cooper Fallek called on my way to table tennis in Kempsville. He said that Marty was having trouble breathing so he was moved to another room in the CCU which had an oxygen unit more suited to help his breathing. Marty was upset about it because it...
Passing of a Legend, Part 1

Passing of a Legend, Part 1

Passing of a Legend by Dean Johnson On Tuesday, September 25, 2012, when I was sitting on our deck enjoying the weather with Helga, Marty called with the shocking news that sometime after midnight this morning he “felt sick and in pain.” He immediately called a cab to...
Another great table tennis event

Another great table tennis event

Another great table tennis event was held for the residents of Lighthouse Pointe in Chesapeake, Virginia. They had a wonderful time and truly enjoyed playing table tennis on their brand new Kettler table donated by the Senior Support Services Division of Garrett...
Excerpts from “A Table For Two” to be launched in August  (left) Dean Johnson and Marty Reisman prior to a fund-raising exhibition for the Knapp family at Kinnelon, New Jersey High School in 1975. (right) In the Spring of 1975, Dean arranged with Marty to play an exhibition to raise money for the Knapp family whose parents, brother, and grandmother died in a fire at their home on Christmas Day, 1974. Due to Marty’s generous contribution of his time, effort and talent the event was hugely successful for the Knapps and for which, by the way, Marty asked nothing in return.  deanjohnsonauthor.com

Excerpts from “A Table For Two” to be launched in August (left) Dean Johnson and Marty Reisman prior to a fund-raising exhibition for the Knapp family at Kinnelon, New Jersey High School in 1975. (right) In the Spring of 1975, Dean arranged with Marty to play an exhibition to raise money for the Knapp family whose parents, brother, and grandmother died in a fire at their home on Christmas Day, 1974. Due to Marty’s generous contribution of his time, effort and talent the event was hugely successful for the Knapps and for which, by the way, Marty asked nothing in return. deanjohnsonauthor.com