Jack Kenyon

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Jack Kenyon

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  • John Charles Kenyon

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1935-1994

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Jack Kenyon was a native Calgarian and former student at Mount Royal College. He achieved a Master of Science in Mathematics at University of Alberta. In the early 1960s he returned to Mount Royal College and taught math and coached basketball to great success until he retired in 1994. In 1989 he received a Distinguished Faculty/ Teaching award and in 1990 he was inducted into the Alberta sports Hall of Fame and in 1993, the Canadian Basketball Hall of Fame.

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MRUASC-AR0043

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Mount Royal University Archives and Special Collections

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Created February 7, 2020 by PB.

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  • English

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Naud, Josh. Legacy Lives on: The Reflector. Accessed February 7, 2020 http://www.thereflector.ca/2010/04/14/legacy-lives-on/

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