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Marshall Phillips

by Linda Wang
July 18, 2016 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 94, ISSUE 29

Marshall Phillips
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Credit: Courtesy of Molly Stevens
Credit: Courtesy of Molly Stevens

Marshall Phillips, 83, died on March 25 in Glen Mills, Pa.

“Marshall was awarded an ACS fellowship in 2013 and was a 50-plus-year active member. He was an associate editor of the Journal of Agricultural & Food Chemistry for many years, and he organized a biotechnology secretariat in 1986. He served as a division chair and councilor and served on many committees and on the journal’s advisory board. Marshall was an avid gardener, Creole cook, and published poet.”—Dorothy Phillips, wife

Most recent title: research chemist, U.S. Department of Agriculture National Animal Disease Center

Education: B.A., biology, Yankton College, 1957; M.A., organic chemistry, University of South Dakota, 1959; Ph.D., biochemistry, University of Kansas, 1964

Survivors: wife, Dorothy, and three daughters

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