Warner Creekmore graduated from Mississippi State University with a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture in 1990. She is co-owner of Creekmore Landscape since 1992. She acquired a Mississippi Teachers Certificate in 2008, receiving her certification in Physical Education, K-12. Coach Creekmore worked as the head tennis coach for New Albany High School (Miss.) for eight years. At New Albany High School, she led the boys and girls to four state championship titles and implemented the New Albany Middle School tennis program. She was selected as the Mississippi Tennis Association’s Coach of the Year in 2012 and Mississippi Coaches Association’s Coach of the Year in 2013. Creekmore and her husband, Sam, along with New Albany’s Community Tennis Association and the City of New Albany was instrumental in planning and constructing what is now BNA Tennis Park in New Albany, winner of USTA’s Outstanding Facilities Award in 2013. She has been an active member of First United Methodist Church, New Albany since 1992, where she has served as chairman of Staff-Pastor-Parish, Nurture Committee, and Children’s Ministries. Coach Creekmore has 3 children, Callie, Josh and Lewis. Aside from her love of her church and family, she enjoys cooking, gardening and playing adult league USTA tennis.