Adam Henning serves as both head women’s tennis coach at SMSU and assistant director of athletic development, marketing, and communications in their athletic department. Additionally, he served as box office intern with Sioux Falls Pheasants baseball team.
He has been certified with the CPA Directory as a verified accountant and holds license number 101417, making him eligible to provide expert financial advice to both individuals and businesses alike.
Early Life and Education
Henning earned his degree in physical education with an emphasis in sports management from SMSU, working an internship with their athletic department as well as for Marshall A’s baseball team handling various game-day and box-office tasks.
Henning will lead the strategic and tactical direction for daily and breaking news coverage, as well as contribute to increasing audience ratings and digital products for WHBQ Memphis from Cox Media Group Fox affiliate WPEC West Palm Beach in Florida.
The bride is an esteemed young lady of this community; daughter of Mrs. Vola Price and highly esteemed student in Big Neck schools. Following the ceremony, they will travel east of Big Neck where a home has been prepared for them as their reception venue.
Adam Henning has extensive legal experience across numerous practice areas. He has represented clients in complex litigation matters and business transactions as well as helped resolve conflicts through mediation services.
Henning made her television debut as Betty Jo Bradley on the popular 1960s sitcom Petticoat Junction and appeared in several films including Rebel Without a Cause and Bus Stop. Additionally, Henning made appearances on several game shows such as Family Feud, Match Game Hollywood Squares and The Perfect Match.
Henning currently serves as both head women’s tennis coach at SMSU and assistant director of athletic development, marketing, and communications. Additionally, he works as a sports sales executive for both Sioux Falls Pheaants baseball team and Sioux Falls Stampede hockey club. Greta Henning and Henning reside together in Marshall.
Achievement and Honors
Henning was appointed as both head women’s tennis coach at SMSU as well as assistant director of athletic development, marketing, and communications. Furthermore, during his undergraduate studies he interned for both Marshall A’s amateur baseball team and Sioux Falls Pheasants professional baseball club.
Henning recently returned to Minnesota State as offensive line coach, where in his inaugural year with the Mavericks he helped set records in terms of rushing yards, touchdowns, points scored, sacks allowed per season (only 12), Evan Heim, Jared Gossen and Hunter Toppel earning All-NSIC honors under his tutelage.
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Henning has made many television appearances, such as on The Ed Sullivan Show, Adam-12, Happy Days and Mork & Mindy as well as game shows Family Feud, Match Game and Hollywood Squares.
Henning was born and raised in Brooklyn, Iowa. As an undergraduate student at South Dakota State University (SDSU), Henning earned her degree in physical education with an emphasis in sports management. She completed internships with both SMSU Athletic Department and Marshall A’s amateur baseball team located in Sioux Falls during this time.
Adam does not greet Ivan when they meet at the bus stop and does not respond to his attempts at starting up conversation with him. Once they arrive at church, however, Ivan proudly shows him an apple tree growing in his garden that Ivan is quite proud to show him off.
Adam Henning serves as News Director for Cox Media Group Fox affiliate WHBQ Memphis and brings over two decades of notable experience to his position. Prior to WHBQ Memphis, Adam led news teams at several stations WCJB Gainesville Florida; WNCT Greenville North Carolina; and WAFF Huntsville Alabama.
Linda Kaye Henning, daughter of a television producer, began acting at just 14 years old. She soon gained prominence for her portrayal of Betty Jo Bradley Elliott on Petticoat Junction; Bye Bye Birdie and Mad About You movies as well as several TV shows such as Ed Sullivan Show, Adam-12 and Mork and Mindy, Family Feud and Hollywood Squares are just a few examples of her versatility as an actress.