Cheyenne Henderson may have only finished fifth grade but the impact she had on the lives of others was great.
An early morning fire in Finger Oct. 29 claimed the life of Cheyenne and Michael Steve Kennedy at the Kennedy’s home while the young girl was at the residence for a sleepover.
From an early beginning, Cheyenne was mature beyond her years. Her mother Chandra shared countless examples of her child’s kindness toward her fellow man and animals alike.
Once the doors open early next year, the citizens of McNairy County will be introduced to the Frix-Jennings Clinic, a family and internal medicine clinic and a unique coffee shop Besso’s.
One way to describe these physicians is entrepreneurs. Doctors Carey W. Frix, a family practice physician and a native of Chester County and Nicole Jennings, practicing internal medicine physician, of Gabarone, Botswana, a modern city and the seat of power on one of Africa’s most successful economies is where their journey begins, leading both to scoring in the top 10 percent among their peers nationally on standardized medical exams.