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Richard Hoffmann (1937-2005) (ProfHoff) was Professor of Chemistry Emeritus at Illinois Central College (ICC) in East Peoria, Illinois.

He served eight years as an analytical organic chemist for the United States Department of Agriculture in Peoria and taught chemistry at Bradley University before accepting an ICC teaching appointment in 1967.

Majoring in chemistry and physics, he earned BS, MS, and Ph.D. degrees from Western Illinois University and the (Laurence) University of Sarasota.







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