Honoree

Frank E. McKinney, Jr.

AWARDS

IUB Athletics Hall of Fame (1982)
Z.G. Clevenger Award (1978)
B.S., 1961; M.B.A., 1962
Kelley School of Business Academy of Alumni Fellows (1973)
Indiana University Bloomington
B.S., 1961; M.B.A., 1962
Olympians (1960)
Swimming & Diving
United States of America
Location: Rome
Event: 400-M-Medley Relay
Finish: Gold Medalist
Olympians (1960)
Swimming & Diving
United States of America
Location: Rome
Event: 100-M-Back Stroke
Finish: Silver Medalist
Olympians (1956)
Swimming & Diving
United States of America
Location: Melbourne
Event: 100-M-Back Stroke
Finish: Bronze Medalist

BIOGRAPHY

Frank E. McKinney, Jr. is a native Hoosier, born in Indianapolis on November 3, 1938. He earned his B.S. in 1961 and his M.B.A. in 1962 from Indiana University. While he was at IU, McKinney was an Olympian swimmer at the 1956 Olympics in Melbourne, and the 1960 Olympics in Rome.

Frank swam from 1959-61 and was captain in 1961. He won eight Big Ten, two NCAA, two Pan-American and five AAU titles. He won a bronze medal in 1956 Olympics and gold and silver medals in 1960 Olympics. Frank is a Balfour Award winner.

Later, McKinney served as the President for American Fletcher National Bank in Indianapolis, Indiana.

McKinney passed away in a mid-air collision near Indianapolis on September 11, 1992.