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William Denham Rhoads

by Linda Wang
August 29, 2016 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 94, ISSUE 34

William Denham Rhoads, 81, died on June 8 in Colorado Springs.

“William was a scientist who loved his family and his work. His passion for chemistry and for research and development lives on in his grandchildren, who are expressing a keen interest and aptitude in the STEM fields. The older kids are currently pursuing degrees and careers in chemistry and engineering.”—Amy Rhoads-Kalmus, daughter

Most recent title: president, Colorado Analytical Research & Development Corp.

Education: B.S., chemistry, College of the Pacific, 1959; Ph.D., organic chemistry, University of the Pacific, 1968

Survivors: wife, Linda; daughter, Amy Rhoads-Kalmus; sons, Christopher and Judson; and seven grandchildren

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