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|1958 -- BEND OREGON
Longtime basketball coach Glen Kinney dies at 90
Glen Kinney, who left an enormous footprint on the Oregon basketball landscape
in half a century of coaching, died Monday in Bend, according to his family.
He was 90.
Kinney’s son-in-law Jerry Hackenbruck said Thursday that Kinney had been
“in decent health” and had been living in a memory care facility in Bend before
Kinney, who played basketball at Oregon State before graduating in 1951, began
his coaching career in Central Oregon, where he was the boys basketball coach
at Bend High School from 1953 -61. His numerous stops included stints at
Redmond and La Pine high schools after coaching the men’s teams at Central
Oregon Community College and Portland State. He also coached girls basketball:
His Beaverton teams posted a 71-27 record over five seasons in the early 1990s,
and he later guided the girls at Sisters High before leaving varsity coaching for
good after the 2000-01 season at age 74.
According to records compiled by Oregon high school sports historians, Kinney’s
boys basketball coaching record of 486-249 ranks among the top 20 all time on
the state’s career victories list. Kinney’s greatest success came during a run of 12 seasons at Corvallis High when
he guided the Spartans to an overall record of 217-83 that included a perfect 26-0 state championship season in
1969-70. In six seasons at Redmond in the 1980s, his Panthers teams went 95-42 and made four postseason
While coaching the boys team at tiny Joseph High in northeast Oregon in the 1999-2000 season, Kinney
registered his 700th overall career high school victory and was recognized at the time as the state’s winningest
high school basketball coach.
Hackenbruck said that despite his father-in-law’s memory issues, Kinney had been “doing OK” in recent months.
“He was up and around, up and active,” Hackenbruck added, noting that “the end came quickly.
“He just kind of faded away,” said Hackenbruck. “But he went peacefully. He had talked about it, and he was
ready. It was kind of like he had a game plan.”
A celebration of life for Glen Kinney is planned for 2 p.m. July 14 at Trinity Episcopal
Church, 469 NW Wall St. in Bend.
— Reporter: 541-383-0359,
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You may have already seen some of this regarding Glen Kinney's funeral arrangements in this mornings
Corvallis Gazette Times.
"Glen M. Coach Kinney, 90, long time Oregon high school basketball coach, died July 3, 2017. Service
will be at 2pm in July 14, 2017 at 'Trinity Episcopal Church in Bend. In lieu of flowers, contributions
may be made to OSU Foundation/Varsity OSU, 850 SW 35th, Corvallis, OR 97333."
May he Rest In Peace,