American college basketball coach, Bill Trumbo, Died at 79

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Bill Trumbo was born in 1939 and died on October 28, 2018.

He was a former American college basketball coach and athletics director.

He worked in the western United States, essentially in California and Hawaii, and instructed at the Division I level for three seasons at Idaho.

Trumbo’s first university head training position was at Culver– Stockton College in Missouri.

He went to Chapman College in Orange, California, and was a two-sport competitor for a long time: a forward in b-ball and a catcher on the baseball group from 1957 to 1961.

Trumbo was group chief and understudy body president.

Coming back to bring down profile programs, Trumbo was later the athletic executive at Hawaii– Hilo (1990– 2000), Cal State– Monterey Bay (2000– 2006), Diablo Valley College (between time, 2008– 2009), and back on Hawaii (Big Island) at Konawaena High School from 2009 to 2016.

At Monterey Bay, Trumbo was additionally the b-ball mentor for his last three years there.

Bill Trumbo passed away at 79 years old.

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