|Date of birth||November 19, 1957|
|Place of birth||South Bend, Indiana|
|Position(s)||Special teams coordinator|
|Western Montana - QB and WR Coach
Montana - Running Back Coach
Pennsylvania - Defensive Back and Special Teams Coach
Rocky Mountain College (HC)
New Mexico - Linebacker Coach
BC Lions - WR and Special Teams Coach
Las Vegas Posse
Edmonton Eskimos (Defensive Coordinator/Assistant Head Coach) B.C. Lions (WR/ST Coach)
Winnipeg Blue Bombers (HC)
Hawaiʻi Warriors (DL Coach)
SMU Mustangs (WR Coach)
Montreal Alouettes (DC)
Hamilton Tiger-Cats (STC)
Reinebold grew up in South Bend, Indiana, and after playing defensive back for the Maine Black Bears under Jack Bicknell, Reinebold accepted the position of Offensive Graduate Assistant coach at Western Montana. He then coached at Dartmouth, Montana and Penn before getting his first head coaching job at Rocky Mountain College in 1989, where he led the program to its first non-losing season in six years. The next season, he took a job of outside linebackers coach at New Mexico.
He began his professional coaching career in 1991 with the British Columbia Lions as a Special Teams and Receivers coach under Bob O'Billovich. That season, the Lions set a pro football record for passing yards with Quarterback Doug Flutie throwing for over 6,000 yards and under Reinebold BC would have 4 1,000 yard Receivers that included Darren Flutie, Matt Clark, Ray Alexander and Mike Trevathan. In 1994, Reinbold moved to the expansion team the Las Vegas Posse as the Special Teams Coordinator and defensive back coach under Ron Meyer. After the Posse folded, he stayed in the CFL, moving to the Edmonton Eskimos as Special Teams Coordinator and WR coach. After coaching the Rhein Fire of NFL Europe for one season in 1995, he returned to the CFL in 1996 serving as Assistant Head Coach and Defensive Coordinator. In 1997 and 1998 Reinebold would serve as the Head Coach and General Manager of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. After two seasons and a 7–29 record he returned to NFL Europe as Special teams coordinator and Defensive Back Coach of the Rhein Fire.
Under Reinebold, the Rhein Fire would win the World Bowl VIII.
In 2001 following the World Bowl win with Rhein, Reinebold would move to the Amsterdam Admirals of the NFLE as Defensive Back Coach and Special Teams Coordinator. At one time Reinebold would have 11 of his former defensive backs on active NFL rosters
In 2003 Reinebold served as the Tight Ends Coach and Special Teams Coordinator at Louisiana Tech University. The next year, 2004 Reinebold was appointed NFL Europe’s Senior Manager of International Player Development. In 2005 Reinebold moved to the University of Hawaii under June Jones and was with the Warriors' 2006 Hawaii Bowl and 2007 Sugar Bowl teams. While defensive line coach at Hawaii Reinebold would coach three players who would be drafted into the NFL. DE Ikaika Alama - Francis in the 3rd round by Detroit, DE Mel Purcell in the 6th round by Cleveland and DE David Viekune a second rounder in Cleveland. All three would make NFL clubs. After three years with the Warriors Reinebold moved with June Jones to the SMU Mustangs in 2008 where he coached Wide Receivers.
Also while at Hawaii Reinebold was named one of the nation's top 20 recruiters by Rivals.com, and is the only non-BCS Coach to ever make that list.
In February 2010, Reinebold announced on his Facebook page that he was diagnosed with cancer.
Reinebold moved back to Pro football after four seasons as an assistant for June Jones at SMU where he participated in three straight Bowl Games and a CUSA Championship Game.
As defensive coordinator with the Eastern Division Champion Montreal Alouettes, the Als defense would lead the CFL's Eastern Division in both scoring and total defense and win an Eastern Division crown going 11 - 7. The Als defense would improve over the 2011 edition in 12 statistical categories and place 5 players on the Eastern Division All Star team and two, LB Shea Emry and S Kyries Hebert, were named CFL All-Stars. Despite the Alouettes finishing first in the East Division, the team struggled on defence and gave up 30 or more points in its first four games, and conceded more than 40 points twice after that. Reinebold's contract was not renewed the following season.
CFL head coaching record
|Team||Year||Regular Season||Post Season|
|WPG||1997||4||14||0||.222||3rd in East Division||–||–||Missed Playoffs|
|WPG||1998||2||12||0||.143||4th in East Division||–||–||Missed Playoffs|