Photo Gallery: Dick Parfitt Gymnasium
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Dick Parfitt (right) receives a check for $10,000 toward the CMU Events Center project in his name from Gus Macker founder and 1979 alum Scott McNeal (left).
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Scott McNeal (left) and head coach Ernie Zeigler (right) hand Coach Parfitt (center) a plaque from Gus Macker, commemorating his induction into the Gus Macker Hall of Fame as the first "honorary coach".
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Dick Parfitt was joined by many friends, family members, former players and current coaches on the stage during the ceremony.
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Dick Parfitt is joined by many of his former players as well as members of the current coaching staff and Gus Macker founder Scott McNeal.
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Dick Parfitt briefly addressed the crowd following the presentations on stage during Saturday's ceremony.
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Dick Parfitt and his wife Pat came back to Mount Pleasant in 1962, and have called it home ever since.
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Dick Parfitt won 192 games over 14 seasons on the CMU sidelines, the second-most of any coach in Chippewa history.
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Dick Parfitt was named MAC Coach of the Year in 1975.
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Dick Parfitt coached six of the seven players in CMU men's basketball history who have had their jersey retired.
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