Ken Rumbaugh

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Ken Rumbaugh (born June 21, 1970) is an American artist, printmaker, and graphic designer. Rumbaugh is best known for his on-going work with the National Football League and Major League Baseball.Since 2005 Ken Rumbaugh has worked with the National Football League Players Association to produce an original piece of art presented in conjunction with the NFL's Walter Payton Award. On a local level, Ken Rumbaugh has produced similar works presented in conjunction with the Portland Beavers (Triple A Baseball) and Portland Timbers (USL Soccer Club) Community Player of the Year Awards [1]

Rumbaugh is active in his community,[2] and in 2011 he was named Oregon Volunteer of the Year.[3]


  1. "Recognition Awards". Portland Timbers team website. Retrieved March 30, 2010. 
  2. "Kids rewrite book on fundraising". Portland Tribune, 14 May 2008
  3. "Northeast Portland's Ken Rumbaugh named statewide Volunteer of the Year". Larry Bingham, The Oregonian on September 20, 2011

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