Kenny died Dec. 3, 2021, in his sleep of complications from post-polio syndrome at his adopted home of Pompano Beach, Fla. 

Born in Princeton, he went to Princeton Country Day School and then Canterbury School. At Princeton he majored in psychology, ate at Charter, and managed the varsity hockey team. He roomed with Dave Black, Bill Rush, Dick Eckfeldt, Jay McCabe, Bill O’Connor, and Olin West.

His affiliation with Princeton hockey lasted more than 50 years, during which he helped found the Friends of Princeton Hockey and the Princeton Hockey Association. In 2010 the “Friends Room” at Baker Rink was dedicated in his name. The personification of “still waters run deep,” Kenny was a quiet but dedicated leader in our class, having chaired reunions for many years and never missing a reunion until his health prevented it. His service to Princeton and the class resulted in his receiving the Alumni Association Award for Service to Princeton in 1996. In 2010 he moved to Florida to be near his family. 

Kenny is survived by his son, Marty; six grandchildren; and three sisters. A celebration of his life will be held during Reunions 2022. 

Undergraduate Class of 1961