Rexilius spent most of his career as the coach at Wheaton North High School where he coached high school football and other sports.
He also coached other sports at Baker, including many years of success as the head golf coach.
Woll coached several sports at Monmouth for 45 years, guiding his basketball teams to an 18-year record of 201-116 and two Midwestern Conference titles.
He was a member of the Canadian jumping team from the late 1940s through the early 1970s, and later coached equestrian sports.
He also coached multiple sports at four high schools in Idaho: Lewiston, Burley, Moscow, and Nampa.
He also coached other sports at the school.
Acosta was the women's athletic director there before Title IX merged the men's and women's programs, and she coached various sports and taught exercise science.
Following his NFL experience, McPike taught and coached sports for 11 years in Quincy, Illinois.
In addition to his time as a teacher, Morrison coached multiple sports - football, baseball, basketball, track and field and golf.
In Irvington, Jack and Janet coached sports, taught religion and were mentors at Abbott House, a group home for underprivileged children.