Wilbur Shapiro, now retired, published a book entitled "The Anecdotal Odes of Wilbur Shapiro". The book describes family events and golf course happenings in rhyming cadence. It intends to provide a chuckle to the reader. Poems of a more serious nature are also included. The book is available through Publish America, Barnes & Noble, Amazon.com, etc.
Mr. Moritz is retired after an active engineering career. He became Chief Engineer of Bucode, Inc., and was co-founder of MFM Technology, a pioneer in the design and application of brushless DC motors and precision motion controls and systems for 25 years. MFM Technology later mergered with Bayside Motion Group, a manufacturer of planetary gearheads and linear slide products. Mr. Moritz taught in-house classes in motor control, electronics and servo system theory. He has been granted 20 U.S. patents in the electronics and motion control fields, and is presently writing a book entitled "Electromechanical Systems-Design and Simulation" for J.Wiley & Sons, due for publication in 2012.
Wojciech S. Wojcicki
Mr. Wojcicki retired in 2008.
Robert A. Riscica
Robert Piscica has retired and is presently a high school substitute teacher.
Mr. Keely has been a widower since 2007. He is enjoying life in Ronkonkoma, Long Island and retired from Unisys in 1991. John has two sons (Mike & Bill) living in Raleigh, North Carolina, one daughter (Maureen) in Hauppauge, New York and one step-daughter (Susan) in Ronkonkoma, NY.
Larry retired from 40 years of teaching mathematics at Poly and St. John's in 2005. His most recent book, co-authored with Ed Beckenstein '62EE, Topological Vector Spaces ( Chapman-Hall), was published in July 2010.
Wayne Mitzner has been named director of the Program in Respiratory Biology and Lung Disease at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. He also is the recipient of a new 5 year NIH program project to investigate mechanisms underlying chronic lung pathology.
Robert Cannuscio, Esq.
Rob Cannuscio, a Partner at Drinker Biddle & Reath and Vice Chair of the Intellectual Property Group, has been named President-Elect of the Philadlephia Intellectual Property Law Association, one of the oldest intellectual property law association in the country. Rob continues to use his engineering backgound helping entrepreneurs and businesses protect their technical innovations.
Thomas G. May
Thomas G. May is looking forward to his upcoming retirement in 2012.
Daniel E. Johnson Sr
Daniel E. Johnson Sr. recently celebrated his 41st anniversary as an Electrical Engineer at Hewlett-Packard Company in San Diego.
Herbert S. Hoffman
Herbert S. Hoffman is a physician who continues to actively practice internal medicine. Herbert and his wife have four daughters and ten grandchildren (with one more on the way).
Sy Alpert attended the graduation of his two grandchildren from the University of Oregon and toured the sights of Oregon’s coast.