PAUL J. KEANEY MALS’72, an educator and administrator who was a founder of the Community School in Naples, Fla., died May 25, 2017, at age 80. He received his BA degree from Harvard University in 1959 and his MALS from Wesleyan. A U.S. Navy veteran, he served on an Admiral’s staff aboard the aircraft carrier USS Independence and saw duty during the Bay of Pigs incident and the Cuban missile crisis. He taught at the Brooks School and the Pomfret School before becoming one of the founders and the dean at the Community School. His last position was at Lee Academy in Maine, from which he retired in 1987. Beyond academics, he was dedicated to educating on the football field as well, and coached teams in the communities in which he lived. He also had an eclectic collection of music and books. His wife, Judith Smith Keaney, survives, as do two daughters, one grandson, his sister, and several nieces and nephews.