showing respect for this great athlete that opened so many doors for all young aspiring volleyball players
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2003 Colorado Springs - Flo Hyman's statue created by Daiei Department Store who Flo played in Japan for their professional team
Karen Weatherington showing respect for the legacy Flo Hyman left for all of us.
Verna Julaton another visit to Colorado to show respect for Flo Hyman
Donna Marie and Barbara Zidek in
1986 USOC Training Center
Natalie taking a visit with Flo
USA National Team Libero Kristen Hahn visiting Flo at USOC ...showing respect to the one of the finest players the the world
Joyce, and Max visiting Ebony USOC
MK time-out with Flo and with Scout, Gabby, Kelsey, Hahn, Ellen and Nay at USOC
this was where the statue USOC Colorado Springs
Flo Hyman's statue
May she rest in peace...this was provided by Daiei Department Stores .. located in Inglewood, California
What is written on her statue
Gabby stops by and shows her respect for FLO
The first player Lauren Evans visiting in Colorado Springs statue
Ebony take a second visit to Flo statue and of course wearing #7 at USC this year
Scout visiting Flo statue while participating in the 2014 USA National Team Tryout at USOC
Scout, MK and Hahn meet early before training on the last day... Time to say goodbye to Flo.
Sydney and Tiffany visiting at the USA Volleyball Hall of Fame
USA International Volleyball Hall of Fame
Kelsey has last farewell to Flo after a great experience at the USOC --tryouts.
Analissa and Gerry visiting at the
USOC Training Center
Flo Hyman sister Bobbi