John Musachio

John Musachio

John Musachio is the head coach of Oakland University’s men’s baseball team and has set numerous program records while guiding numerous players to the Major League Baseball draft.

Musachio has been with the Golden Grizzlies for nine years, compiling an impressive 169-294 record during that span.

Early Life and Education

John Musachio is a veteran of the baseball world with experience coaching at all levels from junior high to major league. Recognized for his ability to communicate clearly and get things done, John is one of the most esteemed and sought-after coaches in California.

His innovative teaching techniques have been praised as the best of the best. For five years, Musachio has led the charge in developing cutting-edge learning methods for both students and teachers alike. His witty yet engaging style makes him a must-have in any classroom setting. A lifelong learner, he strives to find new and better ways to connect with his pupils, creating an energised classroom atmosphere where everyone feels engaged.

Professional Career

John Musachio provides legal representation to clients throughout New York State and Vermont in a wide variety of legal matters. His expertise includes estate planning, long-term care planning, Medicaid applications, labor & employment matters, personal injury litigation, product liability defense, criminal & DWI defense as well as compliance and real estate transactions.

He serves on the Committee on Character and Fitness for the New York State Appellate Division Third Judicial Department, which screens applicants seeking legal practice in New York. In addition, he provides daily legal tips to nurses via Facebook group Nursing Law 101: Protecting Nurses.

After graduating from OU in 2016, he spent the 2016 season with the Gulf Coast League Rays before signing with Tampa Bay Rays in spring of 2017. Since then he has played at three minor league levels and is expected to make his Major League debut this year.

Achievements and Honors

John Musachio has achieved great success throughout his career. He has conducted guest concerts for major orchestras such as the Toronto Symphony, Montreal Symphony, Netherlands Philharmonic, San Francisco Symphony and Royal Liverpool.

He has conducted numerous operas, such as Thais and Werther with Renee Fleming, Madama Butterfly, Simon Boccanegra, A Masked Ball, and L’italiana in Algeri. Additionally, he served as principal guest conductor at both Deutsche Oper Berlin and Vienna Staatsoper.

He has received both the Joseph H. McLain Prize and National Institutes of Health funding for his work in radiochemistry. Currently, he heads up their production and quality control section. On Thursday March 31 at 4:30 PM he will give a talk entitled “My PET Projects at NIH” in Litrenta Lecture Hall before an encore presentation on April 7 at 4:30 PM.

Personal Life

John Musachio leads an exciting life. He is the head baseball coach at Oakland University and also serves on its board of trustees.

He loves playing music when not working and spending time with his wife and three children.

He takes great pleasure in volunteering and aiding others. He has served on the board of directors for multiple nonprofit organizations, such as a child-care center.

In his free time, he enjoys playing guitar and singing. Additionally, he likes to hike and go on trips with his family.

Net Worth

On December 13, 2017 John Musacchio passed away at 87 years of age. He was a loving husband and father, deeply committed to his family. Additionally, he was an active member of his church, the Assemblies of God; enjoyed playing guitar and hiking in the mountains; served as sheet metal worker and belonged to Local Union 65/33; married to Carol (Slagle) Musacchio for forty-nine years, they have two sons John and Peter; three daughters Lisa, Lori and Rebecca; twenty-eight grandchildren and fifteen great-grandchildren also survive them; their net worth estimated at $95.4 Thousand Dollars.

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