John C. Keeney, LAW LLM ’53

John C. Keeney, LAW LLM ’53, passed away Nov. 19.  When Mr. Keeney retired, The Washington Post reported that he was the longest-serving federal prosecutor in U.S. history. He served as deputy chief of the organized crime and racketeering section, chief of the fraud section and, for nearly 40 years, deputy assistant attorney general in the criminal division. Read a full tribute at The Washington Post.

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