By Mack Drake
Chris Cammisa was a man who loved people. That was first and foremost.
He also was a great doctor, and boy, did he love the sport of tennis.
That was the consensus among those who knew Cammisa best as Vacaville High School opened up its brand new tennis court facility in his name Friday afternoon, which also happened to be Cammisa’s birthday.
The tennis court upgrade and relocation, in conjunction with a Vacaville High parking lot face-lift, was the first of several new projects under the Measure A bill, which is a $194 million bond passed by district voters in 2012 to upgrade the Vacaville Unified School District’s aging schools, more than half of them 50 years old or older.