Dr. Ryan Heider, medical director and surgeon at The Center for Surgical Weight Loss at Lake Norman, and his wife, Dr. Angela Heider, a retired OB/GYN, are the founders and majority owners of the new Lake Norman Tennis Center, Overhill Drive in Mooresville. The center, which opened April 1, has 14 tennis courts.
Dr. Ryan Heider, medical director and surgeon at The Center for Surgical Weight Loss at Lake Norman, and his wife, Dr. Angela Heider, a retired OB/GYN, are the founders and majority owners of the new Lake Norman Tennis Center, Overhill Drive in Mooresville. The center, which opened April 1, has 14 tennis courts. BILL KISER
Dr. Ryan Heider, medical director and surgeon at The Center for Surgical Weight Loss at Lake Norman, and his wife, Dr. Angela Heider, a retired OB/GYN, are the founders and majority owners of the new Lake Norman Tennis Center, Overhill Drive in Mooresville. The center, which opened April 1, has 14 tennis courts. BILL KISER

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