, Aug. 12, 2011, in Wilton, Maine, at 92. He served in the Army during World War II, after which he earned a master’s in chemistry from the University of Maine. He taught chemistry at the University of New Hampshire for 36 years, was a judge at state science fairs, and taught workshops for high school teachers. He played the piano and organ, gardened, researched genealogy, and collected books. Survivors include his children, Kathryn, Albert Jr., Tom, and Dave, one grandson, two great-grandsons, and five siblings.