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Glen E. Journeay

by Linda Wang
March 28, 2016 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 94, ISSUE 13

Journeay, 90, died on Dec. 17, 2015, in Austin, Texas.

“A man of many accomplishments, including bibliophile, reader, photographer, painter, carpenter, scientist, camper, hunter, traveler, gardener, sailor, collector of jokes, humorist, teacher, and physician. He did research at Monsanto Chemical in Texas City during which he earned a number of patents, published several articles in scientific journals, and contributed an article to Kirk-Othmer’s ‘Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology.’ He taught industrial toxicology at the University of Texas, Austin, and was often an expert witness in environmental trials. A family practice physicain for 30 years, he was still working at age 90 conducting clinical drug studies.”—Nancy Jackson, daughter

Most recent title: medical director, Austin Clinical Research

Education: B.A., chemical engineering, Rice University, 1947; Ph.D., chemistry, University of Texas, Austin, 1952; M.D., general practice, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, 1960

Survivors: wife, Betty; daughters, Carol, Janet Slack, and Nancy Jackson; and sons, David and Stephen

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