(Received 27 March 1998; accepted 14 May 1998)
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If a person's death is marked by the good he has done, then William R. Maples's passing will be remembered long and well. One of Bill's professional bestowal's was serving on many forensic sciences committees and boards. This paper examines his contribution to forensic anthropology through his activities in the American Board of Forensic Anthropology as a diplomate, director, treasurer, and president.
Professor of Anthropology, Chico State University, Chico, CA
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