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John Chaney (Jeanne Dixon Husband)

Jeanne Dixon Wiki – Jeanne Dixon Biography

Jeanne Dixon is famously known for being the wife of the late John Chaney who was an American college basketball coach, best known for his success at Temple University from 1982 through 2006. According to media reports, her husband died on January 29, 2021. He was 89. He is survived by his wife and their three children.

He spent 24 seasons at Temple, beginning in 1982-83 — the only season his Owls failed to reach the NCAA tournament or NIT. He went to the Elite Eight on five occasions, and Temple was ranked No. 1 for a stretch during the 1987-88 season, when the Owls finished 32-2 and went 18-0 in Atlantic 10 play.

Before taking over at Temple, he spent 10 seasons at Cheyney University, a Division II program about 30 miles outside Philadelphia. He went to eight Division II tournaments and won the national championship in 1978. He left an enormous legacy in Philadelphia and throughout college basketball.

Jeanne Dixon Age

Her age is unknown. However her husband, John Chaney was born on January 21, 1932, in Jacksonville, Florida, United States, and died on January 29, 2021. He was 89 years old.

Jeanne Dixon Husband

She was married to her husband, John Chaney from 1953 until his death on January 29, 2021.

Jeanne Dixon Children

She has three children, Darryl Chaney, John Chaney Jr., and Pamela Clark.

Jeanne Dixon – John Chaney Death

Her husband, Chaney passed away on January 29, 2021. He died after a short but unspecified illness.

Temple president Richard M. Englert said in a statement,” John Chaney was a great coach, but he was so much more. For generations of Temple University students, he was a wise counselor, a dedicated teacher, an icon of success, and a passionate leader who always led by example and with conviction,I am also honored to say he was a dear friend.”