Bill Young


Bill Young, 79

Bill Young a long-time resident of Exeter, Calif., passed away on April 11, 2021 in Vancouver, Wash. He was 79 years old. Bill was born in Los Angeles, Calif., and worked as a deputy sheriff for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department; he then worked as a deputy sheriff for the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office until his retirement. Bill was preceded in death by his wife Meredith (Storme). He is survived by two daughters, Jennifer (Kevin) Murphy of Portland, Ore., and Lisa (Jeff) Bjarke of Nashville, Tenn.; and one brother, Dave, of Los Angeles.
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Kansas football mourns passing of Bill Young

LAWRENCE — The Kansas Football program is mourning the loss of Bill Young, who served as the defensive coordinator for the Jayhawks for six seasons and had a brilliant coaching career that spanned more than 50 years. Young passed away this week at the age of 74. He directed the...
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Long-time college football coach Bill Young dies at 74

On Thursday, the college football world lost a member of its family. Former Oklahoma State player and long-time defensive assistant across the country Bill Young died at the age of 74, per Jimmie Tramel of Tulsa World. "Bill Young, who hit for the cycle by coaching at Oklahoma State, Oklahoma...

Legendary former college coach Bill Young dies at age 74

Bill Young, a beloved figure in college football who enjoyed stints on some of the sport’s largest stages before he retired after the 2018 season, has died. Young, who spent the final four years of his career as Tulsa’s defensive coordinator, part of nine total seasons he spent with the Golden Hurricane, was 74.