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Henry Bernard Reiling

Henry Bernard Reiling, business educator. Bar: New York 1965. Recipient Alumnus Merit award, Northwestern University, 1996, Service award, 2002.

Background

  • Reiling, Henry Bernard was born on February 5, 1938 in Richmond, Kentucky, United States. Son of Henry Bernard and Lucille Frances (Fowler) Reiling.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Northwestern University, 1960. Master of Business Administration, Harvard University, 1962. Juris Doctor, Columbia University, 1965.

    Career

    • Member faculty Columbia University Business School, 1965-1976, professor, 1974-1976. Visiting professor Stanford University Business School, 1974-1975. Visiting associate professor Harvard University Business School, 1972-1973, professor, since 1976, Eli Goldston professor business administration, 1978—2005, Baker Foundation professor, since 2005.

    Major achievements

    • Bar: New York 1965.

    Works

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

    Membership

    Trustee Riverside Church, New York City, 1976-1977. Board advisors Northwestern University College Arts and Sciences, since 1989, alumni regent, since 1997, alumni trustee, since 2004. Member American Bar Association, New York Bar Association, Bar Association City New York, American Finance Association, Finance Management Association, National Tax Association, Tax Institute American, Union Club (New York City), The Country Club (Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts), Beta Gamma Sigma.

    Connections

    • Married Carol-Lina Maria Schuetz, June 4, 1962. Children: Christina Lucille Reiling Breiter, Maria Hays Reiling, Carol-Lena Alexis Reiling Lessans.
    • father: Henry Bernard Reiling
    • mother: Lucille Frances (Fowler) Reiling
    • spouse: Carol-Lina Maria Schuetz
    • children: Christina Lucille Reiling Breiter Reiling
    • Maria Hays Reiling
    • Carol-Lena Alexis Reiling Lessans Reiling
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    Born February 5, 1938
    Nationality
    • 1960
      Northwestern University
    • 1962
      Harvard University
    • 1965
      Columbia University
    • 1974 - 1975
      visiting professor, Stanford University Business School
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