Active from 1982-1986 • Inducted in 1999
A four-year letter winner and starter, Glanville was Lewis & Clark’s all-time single-season and career reception record holder with 80 catches in 1985 and 187 career catches, and ranked second in single-season reception yards with 1,054 at the time of his induction. Selected as a member of the NWC All-Conference team in 1984, he was also selected as a member of the CFA All-Conference team in 1985, an Honorable Mention NAIA All-American in 1984, and Second-Team NAIA All-American in 1985.
Bob has been living in Lincoln City, Ore. since 2009. After graduating from L&C, Bob spent several years in the late 80’s and early 90’s working in the music industry for BMI in the area of music licensing. Bob spent several years at BMI doing industry relations work and regional trade show work. In the mid-90’s, Bob made the change from working in the music industry to working in the event management category. From ’95 to ’05, he built and managed corporate tradeshow events and conferences for several events companies. Since ’06, he currently is a small business owner of an event management company based in Oregon that puts on healthcare IT conferences in the healthcare industry. Bob spends much of his free time at the beach walking his dog in the Taft area where he lives, or relaxing ocean front and just enjoying the central Oregon coast scenery and sunsets. Bob is a proud dad, his daughter Kayla (pictured with him) is a University of Oregon graduate who now resides in downtown San Francisco and works for the company Twitter.
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