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Robert Weker, 66; scientist with boundless interests

Robert A. Weker joined the Appalachian Mountain Club in the 1980s and led hikes and gave lectures for the organization. Robert A. Weker joined the Appalachian Mountain Club in the 1980s and led hikes and gave lectures for the organization.
By Shana Wickett
Globe Correspondent / March 9, 2010

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Robert A. Weker, a longtime chemist and industrial hygienist at the Harvard School of Public Health and a safety officer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Environment, Health, and Safety Office, died Feb. 27 at Boston Medical Center of a heart attack. The Quincy resident was 66. (Full article: 1037 words)

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