Bob Pease is dead Answered
Bob Pease, the Analog design engineer who, while working for National Semiconductors, developed devices like the LM317 regulator amongst many others, died yesterday in a car crash in Silicon Valley.
Bob was a legendary figure to any engineer working in the analog domain. He died leaving the memorial service for another legend, Jim WIlliams of Linear technology, who died of a massive stroke last week.
Bob was one of the nicest guys in the business, and mentored dozens of engineers in his long career.