Henry J. Musilli, B.S. 1950, has retired after a long and fulfilling career as a retail buyer. After graduating from the UB School of Management, he became a buyer for J.N. Adam Department Store. He then moved to Erie, PA, to become a buyer for the Boston Store and soon went on the road in Ohio and Michigan with the Brown Shoe Company. After moving to Cleveland, OH, Musilli became regional sales manager for Wolverine, the worldwide maker of Hush Puppies shoes. Today, he lives in Indianapolis, IN.
Harvey L. Resnik, B.A. 1951, was honored in March 2002 by Suburban Hospital in Bethesda, MD, for his leadership and contributions since 1973 to the hospitalís department of psychiatry. In May 2002, Resnik was named emeritus clinical professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at the George Washington University School of Medicine and was recently honored as an Officer in the Order of the Crown for consulting work in Belgium. He lives in Chevy Chase, MD.
Edward G. Schilling, M.B.A.1954 & B.A. 1953, has received the 2002 American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) Award of Merit, the highest recognition ASTM has for individual contributions, along with the title of fellow. He was cited for his work in developing sampling standards, or documents used in contract development by companies, along with his long service on the ASTM committee E11 on quality and statistics. An ASTM member since 1973, Schilling has since become an internationally recognized expert in the field of sampling standards. Professor emeritus at Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, NY, he is widely published in his field and serves as the founding series editor for the Marcel Dekker book series. He is a fellow of the American Society for Quality and the American Statistical Association, and a member of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics and the American Economic Association. He lives in Rochester.