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Merlin Larry Peck

by Linda Wang
June 6, 2016 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 94, ISSUE 23

Merlin Larry Peck
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Credit: Courtesy of Sandra Peck
Credit: Courtesy of Sandra Peck

Peck, 75, died on Jan. 14 in Lewiston, Idaho.

“Merlin was dedicated to improving the teaching of chemistry. His most valuable work was working with the teachers who teach science in precollege schools with the hope that they could foster a love for science in their students.”—Sandra Peck, wife

Most recent title: professor of chemistry, Texas A&M University

Education: B.S., chemistry, College of Idaho, 1962; Ph.D., chemistry, Montana State University, 1970

Survivors: wife, Sandra; daughters, Molly Levine and Marci Culp; and six grandchildren

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