First-year Grandview High School tennis coach Bill McGhee works with senior captain and four-year varsity letter winner Kim "Red" Keller in 1969.

Keller led the Bobcats to their first winning season since 1961 that year. Keller went on to the district semifinals.

The same year, McGhee worked with the Grandview Heights Recreation Department to add four new tennis courts, giving the high school tennis team more room and better playing conditions to practice and host matches.

McGhee, born in 1937 in Middleport, died June 23.

His obituary said "he worked at Battelle Memorial Institute and taught all levels of mathematics at Grandview Heights High School for 32 years, during which time he enlightened several generations of Grandview's students while incorporating current technology into his classroom."

He was active in the Columbus Historical Society and the Columbus Shamrock Club.