Dr. Ferdie Pacheco's library shelves are filled with inspiration, memories and a few of his own paintings. Times (2013)
Dr. Ferdie Pacheco's library shelves are filled with inspiration, memories and a few of his own paintings. Times (2013)
Ferdie Pacheco’s painting highlights the armed factions that dotted Tampa’s streets on Sept. 3, 1935. Times (undated)
Ferdie Pacheco’s painting highlights the armed factions that dotted Tampa’s streets on Sept. 3, 1935. Times (undated)
Left, “Inside the Trolley,” a painting by Ferdie Pachecoright. Times (2007), right, Dr. Ferdie Pacheco treated the sick and poor as a doctor in Miami's Overtown neighborhood, which led him into his most famous role as the
Left, “Inside the Trolley,” a painting by Ferdie Pachecoright. Times (2007), right, Dr. Ferdie Pacheco treated the sick and poor as a doctor in Miami's Overtown neighborhood, which led him into his most famous role as the "fight doctor," Muhammed Ali's former ring doctor. Times (2013)
Ferdie Pacheco 's painting titled
Ferdie Pacheco 's painting titled "The Tribune's Gift" is seen in this Oct. 17, 1998 copy photograph. The painting depicts The Tampa Tribune’s unique live coverage of the 1927 World Series, before radio was available to give fans a play-by-play account of the game. The game painted was between the New York Yankees and the Pittsburgh Pirates on October 8, 1927. The game is tied 3-3, bases are loaded, and the Yankees are about to score on a wild pitch to sweep Pittsburgh. Times (1998)
Detail of a Dr. Ferdie Pacheco’s painting of jazz musicians. Times (2013)
Detail of a Dr. Ferdie Pacheco’s painting of jazz musicians. Times (2013)
Dr. Ferdie Pacheco was the recipient of The 14th Annual Award of Achievement during The Ybor City Lions Club 53rd Anniversary Celebration. Times (2004)
Dr. Ferdie Pacheco was the recipient of The 14th Annual Award of Achievement during The Ybor City Lions Club 53rd Anniversary Celebration. Times (2004)
“Helping Mother Hang Sheets,” by Ybor native Ferdie Pacheco. Times (2007)
“Helping Mother Hang Sheets,” by Ybor native Ferdie Pacheco. Times (2007)
Left, Painter/Author Ferdie Pacheco is seen in 1997 picture. Times (2001), right, Dr. Ferdie Pacheco kisses his wife Luisita in front of one of his paintings that hangs in their living room. Times (2013)
Left, Painter/Author Ferdie Pacheco is seen in 1997 picture. Times (2001), right, Dr. Ferdie Pacheco kisses his wife Luisita in front of one of his paintings that hangs in their living room. Times (2013)