East Islip High School - Redmen Yearbook (Islip Terrace, NY)
- Class of 1979
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Text from Pages 1 - 272 of the 1979 volume:
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because when I need a friend
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lollipops with you. I think of long
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Teach Your Children
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that you can live hy. And so, become yourself
because the past is just a good-bye.
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you would cry, so just look at them and sigh, and
know they love you.
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did slowly go by. And feed them on your dreams
the one they pick, the one you'll know hy.
And you of tender years, can't know the fears
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they seek the truth, before they can die.
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Superintendent of Schools
St. Iohn's: B.A., M.S., Columbia: M.Ed.
Dr. Michael F. Griffin
Director of Personnel
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N,Y.U.: B.A., M.A., Nova: Ed.D.
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Facilities AdmiHiStfHl0f Mr. Goddard, Mrs. Anzel, Mrs. Tribuno, Mr. Moran, Mr. Watts
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Anthony I. Durso Neil C. Skidmore
St. Ioseph's: B.S. N.Y.U.: B.S., M.A.
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George P. Gillespie
Notre Dame: A.B.
Dean of Students
Ierry D. Engel
Thomas Sarcona - Chairman
Columbia Univ.: M.A.
Sondra Baron Marlene Blumberg
Adelphi: B.S., MA. Cornell: B.A.
George Krebs Robert Overzat
Hunter: B.A. Hofstra: B.A., MA.
N.Y.U.: MA., PhD.
New Paltz: B.A.
Stony Brook: MA.
C. W. Post: B.A.
St. Michael's: A.B.
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St. Iohn's: B.A. Hunter: B.A., M.A.
Stony Brook: M.A.
Norman Shapiro Charles Tierney
N.Y.U., B.S. St, Michael's: B.A.
William Slade Shirley Neely-Turpin
Niagra: B.A. Union: AB.
Stony Brook: MA.
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Adelphi: B.A., M.A. Hofstra: BA., M.S.
St. Iohn's: PD.
Iohn Brennan Richard Corrado Lynn Costello
West Chester: B.S. St. Iohn's: B.A. Albany: B.A., M.A.
Deborah Gursky lay Holliday Bonnee Lindsey
Brockport: BS. Wilkes: BA. Hofstra: B.A.
Stony Brook: MA. Stony Brook: MA.
Valparaiso: B.A., M.A.
Angelo Loverro Phil Manitta Kenneth May
Wilkes: B.A. Albany: B.A. Stony Brook: BA., M.A.
Stony Brook: M.A.
Spring Field: S.B.S.
Richard Sheldon - Chairman Susan Agruso
N.Y. Tech: B.S.
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N. Iowa: B.A. Boston: B.S,,E1.D.M.
Stony Brook: MA.
Stony Brook: M.A.
Salvatore Cordiale Mickey DePaolo
St. Iohn's: BS. Conn.: BA.
Hofstra: M.S. Hofstra: M.S.
Catholic U.: B.S.
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U. Madras: B.S. Albany: A.B. Brooklyn B S
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Pratt Ins.: B.S.
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New Paltz: BA.
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Ieffrey Goldman Clrfde Igeitlr
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Bernard Gerard Brenda Newitter Stacey Wilson
Fl. Southern: B.S. Arizona: B.S., MA. Albany: B.S.
Henry Kreutzer - Chairman
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Purdue: B.S. West Chester: B.S. Brooklyn: B.S., M.S.
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Ellen Sacerdoti - Chairman Clara Datre
Hofstra: BA., MA. St. Iohn's: B.A.
Walter Dunn Susan Gordon Noreen Gough
C. W. Post: MA.
N.Y.U.: BA., MA.
Dolores Sohl Robin Solotar
Queens: B.A., M.A. Hofstra: BA., M.A
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St. Catherines: R.N.
Leonore Kurzer Rhona Leggiere
Psychologist Home Economics
C.C.N.Y.: ELS. Oneonta: B.S.
Bruno Newman Ioan Vasata
Social Worker Special Education
Duke: AB. C. W. Post: BA,
Adelphi: M.S.W. Hofstra: MA.
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Angie Alexander Bertha Hess
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And we had to go our separate ways.
I went on the road -
You pursued an education.
. . . do you like your life,
Can you find release,
And will you ever change -
Will you ever write your masterpiece.
Are you still in school-
Living up to expectations . . .
You were so relied upon, everybody knows
How hard you tried -
Hey. . .just look at what a job youlve done,
Carrying the weight of family pride.
. . . you've been well behaved,
You've been working hard
But will you always stay -
Someone else's dream of who you are.
Do what's good for you, or you're not good for
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I went on the road -
You pursued an education . . .
How you gonna know for sure - everything was
so well organized.
Hey . . . now everything is so secure,
And everybody else is satisfied,
. . . do you like your life,
Can you find release
And will you ever change,
When will you write your masterpiece.
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Friendship, love, and Ionglasting memories fill
our hearts forever. We pass this on te you.
President- Lori Sehene
i Vice-President - Edward Condon
Secretary - MaryElIen La Cetera
Treasurer - Nan ey Hugh es
Advisor - Terri Dresses
Adviser - Linda Kondzielaski
Making friends for the world to see.
Let the people know you've got what you need.
With a friend at hand you will see the lightg
lf your friends are there. everythings alright.
Becoming freshmen, we were excited and determined to work
hard and have a lot of fun. We waited a long time to finally be a
part of the high school atmosphere.
Gur class president was Larry Favilla and the vice-president
was Cathy Turnes. Our secretary was Dorian Crupe and our trea-
surer was Ianet Ahern. They started us off to a great year. Our
class advisors were Mrs. Czygier and Miss Feldshon, now Mrs.
It was 1976. our country's Bicentennial Yearg therefore, the
homecoming theme for all classes had to be related to the Bicen-
tennial. We built a giant birthday cake with a football player at
Cindy Kissel's house. Even though our football player, nicknamed
"Chester," fell into the cake, we pulled through with a big fourth
place fthe traditional freshman float outcomel. Our class theme
was "Freshmen are lighting their way to victory." After our foot-
ball player fell, we walked along with our first float, proudly yell-
ing, "Freshmen are EATING their way to victory!,' Even though
the rain fell, we had a great day. We picked Rose Woodrick to be
our freshman class attendant, and she looked great!
We were successful in our fund raising as freshmen. We sold
stationery and held dances. One of our dances was the Yearbook
We were victorious over the eighth grade in Sports Night. We all
had a lot of fun that night. dressing as colonists for our skit and
taking everyone on a historic tour through the Freshman Bicenten-
Moving up into the senior high school as sophomores was excit-
ing. Now we really were "in" the high school atmosphere. Our
basic training as freshmen was over. Our class president was
Larry Favilla, vice-president was Rose Woodrick, secretary was
Melissa Rose. and our treasurer was Ianet Ahern. We needed
strong leaders to get us going again, and our class officers did a
great job of it. Our new advisors, Mrs. Drossos and Miss Kondzia-
laski, were and still are great supporters.
Homecoming that year showed a little more success for us. We
placed second with the floats on which we worked long and hard.
A big "thanks" goes to Mr. Rumplik for lending us the garage at
Rumplik Chevrolet. The school theme was "The 50th Anniversary
of East lslip High School." Our class theme was "Here's to the
Next 50 Years of E. l. High." We built two figures, an old graduate
and a new graduate, toasting the next fifty years. Our class attend-
ant was Phyllis Agro, who looked very nice.
We sold wrapping paper as a fund raiser, and this proved to be
successful for us. We also sold East Islip sweaters. Unfortunately,
we ordered more than we were able to sell. As a matter of fact, we
still have a few left!
We placed second in the bulletin board contest. The theme was
"The Crimson Tide." Second place is a pretty good finish for soph-
Our first Sports Night in the high school was difficult for us, but
we pulled through and placed third and were proud of it. Our skit
was "Sophomore Comic Corner." We had a great time showing off
our spirit, dressed up as comic characters from Wonder Woman to
Casper the Friendly Ghost!
Being juniors was the greatest. We were right in the middle and
were a part of everything. Our class president was Lori Scheno,
vice-president was Rose Woodrick, our secretary was Melissa
Rose, and our treasurer was Fran Montes.
Homecoming season arrived quickly, and we worked the con-
cession stand at the football games, making a lot of money for the
class treasury. We built our fantastic float as Eileen Riches' house.
Our theme was "Time Keeps on Slipping . . ." It was a half-
human, half-robot football player surrounded by mechanical
friends. We were so proud of this float. It showed some of the indi-
vidual talents some of the members of our class have. Of course,
we placed first. Our class attendant was Iune Canavan.
Sports Night was a close one for us. We placed second and we
were only a few points behind the first place winners. Gur bulletin
board placed second. Our theme for our sports night skit was
"Noah's Ark." We paraded around the gym dressed as animals,
two of each, of course.
Now we had our work cut out for us. Gur Iunior Prom wasn't
far away and decisions had to be made.
Our Iunior Prom was May 13, 1978. We hired the band "Naked
Truth" to play for us. We spent a great deal of money, but they
were well-worth the expense.
Our color was blue, and when we finished decorating the cafe-
teria, it looked beautiful. It was hard work, and without the help
of Mr. Drossos we never could have done it.
Our theme was "Friends," a song by Elton Iohn, which was per-
fect forthe atmosphere that night. Our Queen was Patty Davis and
the King was Larry Favilla. The attendants were Lori Scheno,
Eddie Condon, Cathy Turnes and Iim Beggins.
It was a fantastic night and a great way to end a good year as
Here we are seniors, the year that we all anticipated. VVe all
realize that now we have to start thinking about OUR graduation
and what we will be doing next year. Our next step is the real
Homecoming weekend was a great success again for us. We
worked hard on our very last float. We built it at Rosemary Maisa-
no's house. The school theme was "Walt Disney" and we used the
character Pinochio as our main Disney character. Our theme was
"Bulldogs play puppets to our first string." fThanks, C.P.l What a
great feeling to place first again.
Our Queen was Karen Kreutzer, and her attendants were Cathy
Turnes and Lori Scheno. All three were very lovely and we were
proud of them.
We held a Square Dance on December 9, 1978. It was different
and all who attended enjoyed themselves, We hired a real "caller"
and he taught us all how to square dance. It was great fun.
At Christmas time we sold beautiful poinsettias. We fairly
well. If anything, it helped put us all into the holiday spirit.
Now we look forward to our senior class T-shirts, our fashion
show, and our Gong show.
We especially look forward to our Senior Ball on May 29, 1979,
which will be held at the Huntington Town House.
Keeping in touch after graduation is a difficult thing to do, but
our happy memories will keep the friendships we had in high
school in our hearts.
Senior Class Officers and Advisors
The senior class would like to thank Mr. and Mrs. Drossos and Miss
Kondzalaski for their outstanding generosity during the past three
years. We want you to know your concern held us together.
Advisor: Mrs. Drossos, Pres.: Lori Scheno, Vice Pres.: Eddie Condon, Treas.: Nancy Hughes, Sec.: Mary
Ellen Lacetera, Advisor: Miss Kondzalaski
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S. Skidmore, D. Dilks, V. Long, C. Dzama, L. Magnis, T. Schreiner, G. Rosario
TOP: D. O'Keefe, I. Devito, K. Wittneben, B. Davies, T. Candina, M. Schultz, I. Levick, I. Laurino, R. Morris, T. Stecher, BOTTOM: S. Faber, L
Ross, C. Petry, I. Youngman, D. Beggins, C. Dix, K. Govea, T. Einhardt, L. Miller, E. Ryan, T. Belloti
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C. Gernler, L. Goodman, K. Rowlinson, S. Lawrence, BOTTOM: V. Lyons, L. Clarke, R. Vastano, D. Dinota, I. Palomba, P. Angelo, I. Perretta, P.
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Schaefer, BOTTOM: K. Hutchinson, P. Kenny, L. Steinberg, D. Visek, C. Drakos, P. Randall, K. Diaz
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Kenney, L. Agostinelli, L. Mathews, M. Caroll, I. Roncone, P. Lucchesse. BOTTOM: S. Serio, K. Kanzler, K. Merenda, I. Schneider, M. McClain
D. Adler, D. Gagne, C. Conroy.
TOP: Mr. Overzat, C. Golisano, K. Kelly, W. Chapman, I. Raso, K. Hrabak, I. Cooley. BOTTOM: C. Gomez, C. Maciezek, R. Curry, T. Coulding,
B. Murray. C. Collins, M. Mostachio.
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Sczhlosshurg. L. Vincenti, K. Sharp, R. Marcantano, A. Pines, R. LoConte, C. Dipre, C. Bollenback, P. Corrao. BOTTOM: I. Morabito, R. Hills, D.
Troccoli. K. Karzlin. D. Pastors, R. Bagnati, A. Voloseviczh, R. Mczfluiness, C. Ollivier.
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TOP: E. Fay, B. Kane, C. Macy, P. Marrota, R. Steinberg, S. O'Neil. C. Roode,'E. Acevedo, R. Fampton. BOTTOM: L. Miller, V. Boos, T. DeMay.
D. Kramarcik, S. Lombardo, E. Post, Dr. Baron.
TOP: M. Russell, M. Farino, M. Hoffman, I. Becker, E. Kaplan, G. Nussbaum, R. Given, R. Saladino, I. Lynch. MIDDLE: S. Geoghegan, C. Ippil-
ito, A. Engel, I. SanFlippo, D. Ramos, A. McCaffrey, T. Nolan. BOTTOM: T. Bellini, T. Poulos, M. Rogers, L. Russell, K. Ioseph, D. Murtha, P
Hever, A. Devoy, M. Mandra.
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Brown, N. Weiber. C. Mattera. D. Lodato, R. Siringo, K. Bayha, L. Gross.
TOP: R. Grinsted, M. Ferrin, W. Koenig, L. McCauley, K. Iudd, S. Young, P. Guercio, R. Syska, E. Monaco. MIDDLE: F. Coppola, I. Buckheit, S.
Kaplan, O. Costa, C. Kane, V. Stanley, I. Kent, D. Peterson, W. Matalevich. BOTTOM: K. Macejewski, B. Riches, A. Fischetti, P. Davis, S. Tan-
sey, I. O'Brien, D. Perez, D. Lee
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TOP: N. Merrick, K. Green, I. Giacalone, B. Villano, S. Doolan, S. Suchanek, L. Giambalvo, V. Vogel, M. Barrasso, P. Spangenberg. BOTTOM: E
Norton. C. Schaefer, D. Chobuske, S. Chicohcli, P. McCabe, C. Nikodem, C. Stuffer, K. l-layden, L. Martino.
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luso, K. Maclachlan, D. Long, V. Faith, D. Lapolla
TOP: F. Ko1onis.I. Maasch, R. Massina, I. Allenberg, M. LoMonac0, Mike Sarrubie, C. Cassiba. Builomz F. Licuri, D. Kern. P. Klolz, L. Hen-
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Coffey, A. Connor, S. Curtis, L. Belz, I. Rico.
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A Little Help From My Friends
What would you think if I sang out of tune,
Would you stand up and walk out on me.
Lend me your ears and I'll sing you a song,
And I'll try not to sing out of key.
I'll get by with a little help from my friends,
I get high with a little help from my friends.
Going to try with a little help from friends.
What do I do when my love is away.
CDoes it worry you to be alonel
I-low do I feel by the end of the day
fAre you sad because youlre on your ownl
No, I get by with a little help from my friends.
Do you need anybody,
I need somebody.
Could it be anybody,
I want somebody to love.
Would you believe in a love at first sight,
Yes, I'm certain that it happens all the time.
What do you see when you turn out the light,
I oan't tell you, but I know it's mine.
Oh, I get by with a little help from my friends,
Yes, I get by with a little help from my friends
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sik, P. Daly, I. Cunningham, F. Quervalu, L. Russell, B. Minn, Z. Averelii, T. Whaelen, E. Boze, I. Sahl, I. Compitello. BOTTOM: M. Vessichio, I
Vastsno, A. Sullivan, D. Siegal, A. Polanish, E. McCaffrey, K. Mayer, E. Poehlman.
TOP: I. Driscoll, S. Lazzaro, G. O'Brien, T. Mercadetti. M. Kelly, I. Grugel. MIDDLE: T. Moxham, I. Teisch. B. Grube, S. Gilleeny, R. Bunde, I
Mason. P. Martens. BOTTOM: C. Norcia, E. Hutchinson, I. Callagy, T. Stables, M. Dominguez. K. Geyer, M. Classi, M. Danvers.
TOP: S. Miata, I. Carroll, D. Winiki, A. Robustelli, E. Plunkett, S. Suppe, P. Kikerpill, G. Rulon. MIDDLE: N. Mostaccio, C. Kolhep, M. Vierengel,
R. Caputo, C. Scherpich, M. Corso, P. Garfield, K. Siebel, H. Hoviss, T. Shelby, D. Mandra, Mrs. Blumberg. BOTTOM: L. Wavra, K. Nemazie, E.
Bowman, I. Menechino, I. Loeffler, A. Buonincountri, D. Laudano, B. McGlone, I. Lent.
TOP.' M. Holly, I. Sargent, B. McGuinness, S. Organ, B. Beltrami, T. Tripp, G. Harris, C. Carvalmo, S. Burke. MIDDLE: S. Mandra, L. Fasulo, T
Adams, C. Unger, I. Albani, T. Castellano, C. Alber. BOTTOM: D. Umland, C. Hopf, K. Komulainen, S. Murphy, B. Wells, K. VanTassel, D
Costantino, K. Squiteiri, L. Ruggiero. 167
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Schaefer, B. Kelly, T. Downey, L. Kane, C. Russell, L. Reiter, L. Candito, D. O'Keefe, B. Anderson, I. Kondas. BOTTOM: G. Himpler, L. Lorden
L. Geynsch, B. Abernake, S. Milana, E. McGrath, L. Mills, K. Brown.
TOP: R. Videtto, W. Nurge. T. LaGuardia, I. Cucuzzo, F. Beckman, B. Daniel, D. Hoynacki. BOTTOM: C. Rivera, T. Cassidy, D. Ozvath, B. Fal-
ciani, V. Sappia. C. Orlando.
TOP: P. Mastranado, K. Bolum, R. Abrecht, S. Hirschfirld, T. Cavalieri, I. Marjoribanks, B. Weinfurt, R. Solferino. MIDDLE: L. Krumholz, I.
Muratore, P. Rowlinson, D. McDonough, I. Highes, M. Negron, A. Marchione. BOTTOM: C. Walsh, I. LaPenna, D. Daff, I. Alberto, L. Barath, S.
Piccerello, V. Dolan.
TOP: C. Nugent, T. Kappenmacher, L. Ragland, I. Lawrence, D. Moshman, I. Cuccio. BOTTOM: P. Aiver, I. Paton, P. Cabales, M. Peterson, I.
Linnane, O. Doherty.
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TOP: D. Wright, C. McCarthy, M. Smaldone, C. Walser, A. Carew, G. Tashie, T. Howard, A. Maglione. MIDDLE: S. Walsh, K. Beyer, A. Rossetti
M. Goldman, K, Filangeri, V. Sharpsthwerd, P. Ventrano, I. Maratea, P. Breaton, S. Comenzo. BOTTOM: L. Abraham, R. Ollovoer, M. Phalen, Ll
Connily, C. Reynolds, K. Cunniffe, D. Sotomayer, K. Gobetz.
TOP: M. Russo, I. Saggio, R. Ryan, K. Scmoll, K. Murray, I. Leggio, D. Finch, P. Madonia. BOTTOM: T. Carroll. D. Rizzo, D, Pettit. M. Piciullo, B
Katz, S. Parker.
TOP: W. Woltje, I. Moynahan, A. Mantell, S. Estrada, C. Ramos, R. Bellini, F. Prost, A. Matz, T. Derosa. MIDDLE: R. Rollman, L. Belz, C. Roulea,
P. McGahey, D. Harrington, K. Gruner, C. Rasmussen, L. Kingston, S. Winoker. BOTTOM: A. Sweeney, M. Arena, C. Smith, K. Mills, M. Callies,
L. Isabella, C. Maune, W. Krastell, N. Hoppe.
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Delesus, I. Skidmore, L. Stagnitta, K. Carlon, N. Anderson, I. Caruana, D. Wilson, M. Vicinanza.
TOP.' R. Hirschhorn, A. Guerra, K. Cannon, P. Kenney, S. Miller, I. Wilson, P. Kennehan, S. Ferrara, G. Maresca, N. Campbell. MIDDLE: R.
Lucas, C. Villano, M. Zinman, R. Farina, M. lewell, E. Smith, T. Lucey, M. McEnroe, C. Liselli, T. Hugo, C. Vollbracht. BOTTOM: D. Rizzo, L.
Fox, V. Buscemi, E. Archer, L. Iansen, T. Santora, M. Poelman, L. Leon, B. Byrne.
TOP: R. Aquilla. K. McCe0rge, F. Buckheit, M. Burke, K. Lawrence. T. Caruana. BOTTOM: L. Sammarco. T. Coggin. K. Lamoreaux, I. Tropia, D
TOP: M. Santarpia. S. Coroza, P. Marszycki, S. Walsh, R. Knope, N. Lacetera, D. Kozak, R. Rizzo. MIDDLE: E. Herbert, B. Troeller, S. Paehr, B
McManus, M. Hockbrueckner, B. Strunk, M. lnfante, K. Smith, S. Manouso, P. Woods. BOTTOM: C. Milligan, T. Delulio, N. Logan, F. Castro, T
Booz, C. Connor, K. Bradley, I. Bubla, L. Bolling.
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Kramer, A. Constantine, C. Black, M. Stier, C. Pannullo, D. Delfrancisco, A. Castagna.
TOP: R. Vogel, B. Gugliemo, B. DeAngelo, M. Acardi, E. Lel-lane, T. Nezer, D. Gentry, L. Wikso. MIDDLE: I. Fenley, R. Zinman, D. Wendel, T
Curr, L. Crocker, K. Kaplan, T. Ryan, I. Lorefice, Mr. Ruggiero. BOTTOM: C. Buscaglia, B. Beasley, D. Tohill, L. Paterson, K. Philbin, L. Postilio
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P. Pastizzi, A. Biegman. BOTTOM: M. Dwyer, S. Tompkins, S. Cowan, D. Ciammbra, I-I. Peterson.
TOP: S. Konestoff, B. Brown, G. Fasano, B. Kurka, R. Krezki, C. Cangiolosi, R. Volino, C. Vonbarke. MIDDLE: D. Woods, I. Guzzo, D. Sihank, K
Condliffe, D. Murray, D. McGee, T. Shandell, I. Ancona, I. Koppel. BOTTOM: L. Wallenquest, I. Delicati, C. Berg, I. Farrish, M. Spangenburg, I
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TOP: I. Faracco, M. Rossman, R. Gough, G. Harris, I. Rodriguez. BOTTOM: K. Burke, D. Kramer, L. Alexander, B. Ceislak, C. Orski.
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Bennenotti, D. Maasch, S. Polomba, R. Skrocki, P. Crimi. BOTTOM: D. Taldone, I. Tocci, P. Smith, S. McCormick, D. Slade, D. Detura, M. Klenl
nedy, I. Canzoneri, I. Rubin.
TOP: S. McCarthy. A. Hauser. I. Newhoff, T. Keenan, T. Iackel, D. Schultz, A. O'Brien, R. De-noon, T. Costerelli, E. Graybosch, W. Kindberg, R.
Smith. BOTTOM: L. Trillo, I. Bear. M. Falvey, E. Pasciak, L. Duerr, C. Ales, D. Slavin, P. Malia.
TOP: S. Hambsch, W. Westoff, G. Heusel, B. Feinman, M. Lacetera, D. Noto, L. Rubino, B. Fischer. MIDDLE: T. Stultzaft, M. Haave, B. Greene
A. Perrone, B. Fisher. D. Mandra, N. Froelich, B. Siska. BOTTOM: L. Burrowes, P. Sullivan, L. Guzzo, T. Funk, E. Schneller, L. Wolpert, B
Layden, F. Carey, N. I-lunar.
TOP: N. Stulzaft, T. Kenney, P. Kayatta, M. Rielly, P. Orgera, R. Stedfelt, C. Overbeck, S. Richmo, D. Ingle, R. Hanna. BOTTOM: M. Browning
G. Centola, R. I-Iiscock, G. Orne11a,R. Ramaccrato, D. Doty, L. Peterson, K. Ivers, C. DiFillipi, W. Stassola.
TOP: D. Bagnatti, G. Ingfzbretsen, R. McKinnon, C. Sharning, Q. Stulzaft, E. Kazzmeki, C. Long. MIDDLE: Mrs. Baron, P. Radtke, G. Fricker, K
Glock, O. Cooley, H. Scamcrs. BOTTOM: P, Puzirsall, B. Waters, 1. Iudd, N. Agnello, D. Bollenbarzh, B. Burg, K. Altciri, I. Lauer, K. Maxncr.
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QQTXX WX 'lionight while the lights are shining and the microphone is on
Q90 I'll play for you.
So many will be the blessings and so short will be the time,
I'll stay with you.
But I'll play for you.
I love you, yes, I do.
You can say that Ilm your friend,
You can see my life begin and end,
I'll always play for you.
I-Iear the band, hear the band,
Won't you let the music take you, hear the band.
Let this night
Go on forever,
Don't you ever stop the music,
Let your spirit set you free.
I-Iear the band, hear the band,
You can sing and stomp your feet and clap your hands,
These few moments we'Il share together,
And I'll play for you.
I've practiced many years,
And I have come a long way just to play for you.
My life is but a song
I have written in many ways,
lust to say to you,
To say I love you, yes, I do,
And I'd like for you to be
Whatever you would like to be.
You'll always be special to me.
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W. Krastel, P. Smith, I. Bunde, M. Danvers, K. Bertino, I. Falingeri, E. Monaco, K. August, L. Estrada, S. August. Znd: A. Noto, D. Winicki I
Costa, D. Ferrara, R. Siegel, P. Fliss, C. Maxwell, K. Oters, A. Imberne, S. Cannata, I. O'Keefe, R. Goercke. BOTTOM: I. Bunde, T. Fisher,lP
McClanglin, C. Villano, C. Iohnson, D. Harring.
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winning ways this year under Coach
Werner. The girls again ranked sec-
ond in their league even though they
met many strong opponents. They
sent two doubles and two singles of
this outstanding team to the playoffsg
these including Tracy Van Ess,
Donna Murtha, Nina Brown, Chris
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D. Murtha. C. Egan, B. Hushon, N. Brown, S. O'Brien.
The Soccer team competed in a very
difficult league this year. Bob Cooper
and Dave Bernstein, the two All-
County selections from East Islip, led
the team to a second place finish in
this tough league. Une of the high-
lights of the season was beating a
highly favored North Babylon team
and another was reaching the second
round of the County playoffs. The
team hopes to continue this winning
tradition next year.
TOP: T. Wool. S. Meddis, D. Gensch, W. Spangenberg, L. Rose, I. Agnello, T. McEnroe, S. Schales, D. Stewart. L. Favilla, Coach Mamtta BOT
TOM: M. locks. P Spangenberg, M. Hoffman, R. Cooper. D. Bernstein, N. I. Shoda, I. Falci.
TOP: T. Kenny, I. Tyson, S. Doolan, B. Fienman, S. O'Neal, P. Rowlinson, I. Goldstein, P. Mertens, B. Chiccetti, Coach Montero. BOTTOM: B
Green, T. Tripp, N. Lacetera, K. Cannon, E. Hienke, P. Moxham, D. Berkowitz, M. Lacetera.
The Girls' Field Hockey team enjoyed
its most successful season ever this
year and finished first in League II.
The team also advanced to the quar-
ter-finals of the County playoffs and
made an impressive showing. Lead-
ing the team to their victories were
All-County selective Deanna Dinota
and Mary Cavanaugh and All-League
choices Melissa Rose, Donna Telese,
Deanna Dinota and Mary Cava-
TOP: D. Dinota. D. Telese, N. Weber. M. Cavanaugh, B. Shaw P Kenney P Brown Coach Molloy BOTTOM L Washington I Loettler A
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Russel, P. Sullivan, I. Loeffler.
With almost all of its top scorers
returning, the Boys' Gymnastics team
had visions of many victories. They
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Delaouise, who placed last year in the
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Coach, BOTTOM:Tom Perino, Dan Delouise, Rick Mancuso, Mike Pantori, Iames Milton, Bruce Kurka, Pat O'Brien, Tim Abrams.
With some of its top veterans returning this year,
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have a very good season. A newcomer to the
team hut certainly not to the sport of gymnastics,
Iolaine Mighton proved to accent the talents of
the team and along with Co-Captain Karen
Kreutzer led the team to many victories. They
completed an impressive undefeated season and
captured the League II and County Champion-
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best seasons in over a decade with an unde-
feated dual meet of 5-0. The team placed sec-
ond in the Nassau Coaches' Meet with co-cap-
tains Scott Fitzgibbons and Tom Abrams and
Sophomore Bryan McCuinness placing in the
top ten. The team finished fourth in the meet.
The all-league members were Scott Fitzgib-
bons, Tom Abrams, Bryan McCuiness, and
The Girls' Cross Country Team has done well
this season by finishing within the top ten in
every invitational meet they ran in. The team
this year is composed of five veterans and
only two new members.
Although hit hard by graduation, the
Boys' Basketball Team had still
hoped to be very Competitive in their
league. They have had some good
showings such as beating highly-
rated North Babylon. The team is led
by Roger Erickson, Boomer Esiason
and Steve Schales and they hope to
finish the rest of the season by win-
ning their remaining games.
TOP: Coach Montero. Mgr. Hartman, D. Stewart, W. Bradley. B. Murtha, D. Gentry. MIDDLE: D Spmks B Gugileamo G Nudg C Ruiz I
Agncllo. BOTTOM: R. Erickson. I. Driscoll, W. Andersen. B. Esiason, S. Schales.
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Mishkin, A. Volbracht.
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Girls' Basketball team
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ers center Nancy Lemp
and Deanna Dinota to
lead the team to victory.
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Dori Grupe, Chris Connor
and Mary Io White. These
hopes of victory seemed
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team still finished its
league competition with 6
' TOP: M. Dooley, T. Smith, B. McMasters, C. Condon, D. Pearce, S. Feruzzo, Coach Bertsch. BOT-
lvlns and 4 losses and TOM: K. Maher, I... Dominici, D. O'Lear, D. Rizzo C. LaSusa.
made the County playoffs.
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cessful season under the guidance of
Coach Supeau. The team had many
returning members this year which
was a definite advantage. Midway
into the season the team had won six
of its challenges, four of them shut-
TOP: Coach Supeau, P. Spangenberg. G. Kiessling. M. Barrasso, I. Maragiolio, T. Naccarrato, Coach Cooley, BOTTOM: G. Tyers, C. Finch, L
Perrvtta, I, Levick, O. Cooley.
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The Winter Track Team had a suc-
cessful season this year. Under the
guidance of Coach Goodman they
went to various invitational meets
and for the first time the county meet
was held in the Nassau Coliseum.
TOP: M. Santarpia, H. Damico, E. Lehane, M. Iocks, B. Herba, K. Iudd, K. Shedecor, T. Lane, I. Garbarino, B. Mahoney, B. McGuinness, Coach
Goodman, M. Salle. MIDDLE: R. Dwyer, B. Salle, M. Wool, D. Wright, D. Mahoney, E. Swagger, T. O'Cerra, P. O'Brien, M. I..aRock. S. Fitzgib-
bons, T. Abrams, G. Lamb. BOTTOM: C. Dwyer, C. Walsh, I. Iudd, I. Milillo, F. Montes, F. McCuinness, D. Adler, D. Poisanti, L. Harrington, D.
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Moran, I. Loefflnr. E. Ryan, N. Mangone. M. Cavanaugh, A. Bove, I. Hudson. BOTTOM: L. Washington, K. Kreutzer, B. Bowen, I. Ahern, L.
Sczheno, D. Dinola.
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TOP: K. Hannan. K. Iudd, M. Conzales. P. Cuercio, I. Keuler. MIDDLE: B. Squitieri, B. Spagenberg, L. Rose. I. Imbo, I. Domozych, C. Luken
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In My Life
There are places I remember All My Life,
Though some have changed,
Some forever, not for better,
Some have gone and some remain.
All these places had their moments
With loves and friends I still can recall.
Some are dead and some are living.
In my life I've loved them all.
But of all these friends and lovers,
There is no one compares with you,
And these mem'ries lose their meaning
When I think of love as something new.
Though I know I'll never lose affection
For people and things that went before,
I know I'll often stop and think about the
In My Life I'll love you more.
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Gymnastics, Intramurals - Softball,
European Handball, "Honorary Mem-
"What is mind? No matter. What is
matter? Never mind!"
Cross Country 10 - 12, Winter Track 9 -
12, Spring Track 9 - 12, Student Council
12, Vice-President of GLA 10 - 12
"May friendship, like wine, improve as
time advances: and may we always
have old wine, old friends, and young
Tennis, Bobos Anonymous, Aspen '79
"Crashing waves, I love that sound.
Barefeet kicking sand around,
The beautiful sun not afraid to preach.
lt's life everlasing, upon the beach."
"Life is too short to be small."
Soccer 8 - 12, Basketball 8 - 12, Lacrosse
9 -12, M.B.S. I2
"l learned a lot and had a great time -
IT WAS A RIP!"
Cheerleading 9 - 12, Gymnastics 10,11,
Homecoming Attendant 10
"lf we weren't all crazy, we'd all go
"The best is yet to come."
AHERN, IANET M.
Yearbook - Editor in Chief, Nat'l
Honor Society, Who's Who Among
American High School Students, NY
State Regents Scholarship Winner.
Girls Leaders, Student Council,
Lacrosse Stat, Bernard Gerard Fan Club
"lt is of human life, as certain grav-
ity: To live fully we must learn to use
things and love people . . . not love
things and use people."
"Don't be dismayed at good-bye's. A
farewell is necessary before we can
meet again. And meeting again after
moments or lifetimes, is certain for
those who are friends."
"l knew from the beginning , .
"I wish each member from the class of
'79 the best of luck and happiness
throughout their entire life."
"Don't worry about it."
ALEMAN Y, LAURIE
"Life is like a flower: Blossom today,
dead tomorrow. Enjoy life while you
Surfing?, Skateboarding 9 - 12, Hockey
"Getting psyched all the time"
"This is outrageous! I'll tell you on the
level. ln the end it's so contagious. must
be the work of THE DEVIL."
ALLEN, CYNTHIA -
Varsity Basketball t4 yrsl, Varsity Base-
ball t1 yrl
"l still have my strive to survive!"
Baseball 9, 10, Gymnastics 9 - 12, Drum
Major 12, Intramurals, Leaders Club.
Marching Band, Honor Roll, MVP
"I listened hard, but could not see, life's
tempo changes out and inside me,"
"South Pacific" Props, "How to Suc-
ceed in Business" costumes, Leo Club,
"There are two ways of spreading light:
To be the candle or the mirror that
Intramurals 9 - 12, IV Softball 10, Var-
sity Softball 11, Sports Night 9 - 12,
Float Committee A
"lf you love him, that loves you not, you
lose your love."
Meti - memories are only for the past.
but bring us into the future. ,
"Love makes low things high,"
Marching Band 10 - 12, Wind Ensemble
10 -12, Foreign Exchange 10 - 12 tPres.
- 121, Photo Editor -- The Broadcaster
t12J, County Intern -- Dept. of inter-
governmental Relations 12
"One only gets out of something what
he puts into it."
Spring Track Stat 10 - 12, Pres. IBTC
School Play 9
Bye Maryanne, my bestie
"There are places I remember,
There are dreams I won't forget,
There are people that I love,
And my life is filled with love."
Spanish Club 9, Foreign Exchange 10,
Chorus 9, Creative Writing 11, Girls
Leaders 11 - 12, Winter Track 9, Basket-
ball 10 - 11, Spring Track 10, Field
Hockey 11, Intramurals 9 - 12
"These are the things I prize and hold
of dearest worthg light of the sapphire
skies, peace of the silent hills, shelter of
the forests, comfort of the grass, music
of birds, murmur of little hills, shadows
of clouds that swiftly pass and after-
showers the smell of flowers and of
good brown earth and best of all along
the way friendship and mirth."
"I wish all my fellow classmen the best
of love, happiness, and success in the
BARICIAN O, BARBARA A.
"Never be afraid to share yourself or
feelings with another person: for expe-
riencing and caring is what makes
memories, and memories are something
you never lose."
"Thanks Mrs. S. for taking time to
"All that you know and all that you fear
and everything under the sun is impor-
tant, but remember the sun is eclipsed
by the moon."
BEGGINS, IAMES ,
Varsity Football 10 - 12, Co-Captain 12.
Lacrosse 10 - 12 I
"He does not believe, that does not live
according to his belief. KOOL."
Intramurals - European Handball 12,
Intramurals - Softball 11 - 12
"Almost Anything Goes"
IV Softball, Art Service Club
"We have all the time in the world to do
whatever our hearts desire. So don't
Soccer 8 - 12, Lacrosse 11 - 12, Bud-
weiser Monday 11 - 12, Power Booting
11 - 12, Tennis 10, Track 8 - 9, Boys
Leaders, Peer Counseling
"I have really enjoyed going to East
Islip. I would like to give special thanks
to those teachers and friends who have
taught me hard work, dedication, and
howto have a good time."
Football 9 - 12, Lacrosse 10 -12, Rutgers
Cup '78, Zoo Crew 11 - 12, Intramurals 9
- 12, Demolition Squad 10 - 12, Golden
Peanut Award given by Nancy and
"From little nuts grow mighty oaks."
BIRNS, DAVID I '
"Mine is the quest for immortality. I
don't want to be just another forgotten
name on a curved stone in sixty or sev-
enty years. I want to be remembered.
I've just taken my first steps on this dirt
road called Life. lt's going to be a Long
Rocky Road. But I won't stop 'Till Iget
to that paved highway. And then I'll go
Dedicated to Mr. Entwistle - "Unfor-
tunately, you will never pass the same
Nothing is ever the same,
Therefore, unfortunately, we'll never
pass this way again."
"Thanks, Mom, for the New House. . .
Foreign Exchange Club, Girls night.
Float, Modern Dance Group
"l've had a great year in the U.S.A.
Volleyball 10, Softball 11 - 12, Tennis 9,
11, France '77, Caribbean '78, Aspen '79,
Arizona '79, Bobo's Anonymous, Zoo
"Friends have all things in common so
that one of you can be no richer than
the other if you say truly that you are
"As for me, l would rather be able to
love things l cannot have than to have
things l am not able to love," t
BOLOGNA, IAOSEPH '
Photography, oodsman, Partying,
Nature Freak, Mountain Man
'AHEEEEAHEEEAHIN You gotta keep
on keeping on."
Town of Islip Republican Campaign
"Walk with the sun to your face and
shadows shall forever fall behind you."
BOUGHTON, THOMAS I.
"It's not time to make a change.
lust relax, take it easy,
You're still young, that's your fault,
there's so much you have to go through
Take your time, think a lot, think of
everything you've got.
For you will still be here tomorrow,
But your dreams may not."
- Cat Stevens
Intramurals 9 - 12, Field Hockey 10 - 12.
Volleyball 9 - 12, Badminton 10, Sports
Night 9 - 10, Girls Leaders 9,11 - 12
"Remember: Quitters never win, and
winners never quit."
BOWEN, BARBARA A.
Nat'l Honor Society, Who's Who
Among American High School Stu-
dents, Girls .Leaders tPres. 121, Regents
Scholarship Winner, Student Council
12, Varsity Tennis 11, Intramurals 10 -
12, Basketball Manager 11, Field'
Hockey Manager 12, Sports.Night 11 -
12, G.irls.Night 123 Bulletin Board,11,
Float 12, Foreign Exchange 11, ,Math
League-.11, Band 9, Future FARREEIJS
Member, Mr. Bill Fan Club, Senior
A. Good luck to the junior one'sF .1
especially tanice toh, my 'neck hurts -e 1. ,y ,
but, tha,t's okay for mel , V t I '
To Mr.gjCiampi for giving mleusomeone
to res,peetb.a.nd ,to Doc for teaching me
that knowledgefis basedon-fthe facts
you knowgxnot the opinions you have.
Algebrafthis is noplace forlyoug'
'The t:h.i,ng.ZJt,h!at goes the farthest in
makingitizfe,Worthwhile isdiust a pleas-
ant'smi.lIeLf'5 "-' i ' , V
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Karategit-1t'i,l1Zt.,lSkateboarding, 10 - -12,
Promot'ing,jfreefthought and use of rec-
reational drugs 11. 1 12, ' ,
"The height-iof ,cultivation runslto sim-
plicitygg h'aI'fw.ayt'cult,ivation leads to
!ornament.atiotn.. GO' FOR lTl"' I ,
BRADLEY, WILLIAM A
Basketball 10 - 12,fBaseball'10,'Surfing
Team, Skateboard Team I ,
'ttf you donft standup, you won't stand
achancef' I ,
BRADY, STEPHEN I
Float 10, 12. Newspaper 9 - 11, Varsity
Soccer,Sta.t 12, Bo-Bo Club, Muppet
Fan Club, Liz, Les, Luc Club V
"What lies behind you and what' lies
before you are tiny matters to what lies
within you. N ' A ' f .
Go for it. ' '
Craig - "three" for ever and ever.
I'll always be there,,Banana. .
Luc and Liz' "Thanks for making' my
high school years as great as they
Dor -- "I'm so glad we met and hope'
our friendship will last." t
Pupa - "Thank you for being my
friend. We'll always be together."
Intramurals 9 - 10, adminton Team 11,
Float 10 - 11, Student Council 12, Year-
book 12, Ye Olde Corker Club
"To be capable of steady friendship
and lasting love are the two greatest
proofs, not only of goodness of heart,
but of strength of mind."
Field Hockey 11 - 12, Spring Track 9 -
10, Volleyball 11, Cheerleading 9 - 10,
Intramurals 9 - 12, Girls Leaders 12,
Sports Night 9 - 11, Float Committee 9 -
BRUNO, LOUIS -
BUCHER, IANET I
Flag Corps 11 - 12, Nat'l Honor Society,
Nat'l lr. Honor Society, French Club 10
- 12, School Plays 11 - 12
"The greatest gift you can give someone
is not to share with him your riches but
to reveal to him his own."
BUNDE, IANET g
Flo,att9 - 11, Tennis 9, Intramurals 9 - 12,
Band 9' - 12 tPres. 9 - 121, Marching
Band, Musicals '11 - 12, Honor Society
711'-'12 ' .
"fMy.s'oul'Can find no staircase to
Heaven except through earth's loneli-
I YBURKE, IAMES
Rifle Club, French Club., Photography,
Track, Cross Country, Orchestra, AAU
Swimming, Horse Shows, Archery 1
gin every living thingis the .spirit-to be
ree." 1 I . 1 1
cAFARo, PATRICIA , I .
Marching Band - Twirler
CAIREQTSCOTTY 1 - ,,,, ' I E
CALABRESE, THOMAS .
CALLI1-is, KATHLEEN q
"May we all shine on ,
Like the moon and tthelstars and the
sun. , .
May we all shine' on Q .
On and on andont. , ."
CAMPBELL, BRIAN Y . .
"Beware the Evil One" Tolkien
CANAVAN, IUNE' I
BoBo's Anonymous, Zoo Babe '
"To dream of the personyou could be
is to waste the person you are!"
CANDELA, PAULA I I
"Life is all about love and laughter."
CANNER, CRAIG ,
"No Comment!" 1 I I
','O,ff'on my horse and -into the wilder-
CANZONERI, SAL , I I
Cheering people up, making them
laugh, keeping the Deans busy. -
"If something is in your way, don't fight
it, go around it. lt's better in the long
"God bless you all."
l'No problem, Thank God."
Tennis 10 - 12, Soccer 10 - 11, Table
Tennis 10 - 12, 2nd Place Suffolk
County Tournament '78, Nat'l Honor
Society, Business Manager forfBroad-
caster, Gerry Gerard Fan Club, Bo-Bofs
admirer anonymous, Lust Club, Math
League 10, 12
. .a man destined for high things can
dip into the lowest depths of the
bloody, drunkard chaos of life, and soil
himself with much dust and blood,
without becoming small and common,
without killing the dim spark within
himself, that he can err through the
thickest darkness without distinguish-
ing the divine light and the creative
force that lies within the shine of his
soul." ' ' l
CARROLL, IOSEPH 1 E I
cARRozA, KAREN, g .
BoBo's anonymous ' '
"Don't let it bring you down. it's only
castles burning. lust find ,someone
who's turning and you will come
around," ' . f
CARTUSCIELLO, I 0
YIROSEMARIE, I I I
Leaders 9g i'The Pitlf in South Pacific,
"Remember the Tremolou 10,rForeign
Exchange 93,-.12, School Newspaper 9 -
12, Orchestra 9 - 10, 12, Flag Corps 11 -
12, Candy Striper at Southside Hospital
I1 - 12 1 ' 1 '
"To all my ,beautiful friends, new and
old, who made me 'laugh and smile.
how could I have made it withoutfyou
. . .Yodi, Waddles, the 'M' crewylyfom,
Dad, and EVERYBODY! l LOVE YA
ALL," , , ' '
. , , Rosemarie
CASSIBBA, BLAISE I
"'Bet with your head, not over it."
cAToNE,t IOSEPH I
Field Hockey 104- 12 -- All-League 11,
All-County 12,'Basketball.t 10 - 12,' Soft-
ball 10 - 12, Sports Night 9 -,12,,Volley-
ball9t-10,Leaders9,11-12 E X
CHAPMAN, WILLIAM1 . I
cH1Lus, BARBARA 1.
"For sure, I met a lot of excellent people
this year, and I'll miss all of you. All I
can say for my high school years is:
What a long, strange trip it's been!"
"Party Hardy and enjoy life."
"Good-bye sc ool - forever."
Volleyball 9 - 11, Intramurals 8 - 12.
Yearbook 9, Float 9 - 11
"The secret of life is enjoying the pas-
sage of time,"
"Be still and know - for every stormy
wind, a calm of peace will come."
"Here's cheers to the Smith Bros., the
Doobie Bros., the Beer Bros." and the
never here Bros."
"Rejoice, rejoice, we have no choice but
to carry on."
"Live life to the fullest because you
To Bob - "Thank you for sticking with
me through all the bad times and
always remember, 'I love you.' "
IV Lacrosse 9 - 10, Varsity Lacrosse 11 -
12, IV Football 10, Varsity Football 11 -
12. Student Council 9 - 12, Ir. Prom
Attendant, Vice-Pres. of Sr, Class, Bud-
weiser Monday Club, Power Booting
Club and Official Ladle Champ
"OH-BABY, it's been the greatest time
of my life, made many a good friend. I
hope to hell that everyone will always
remember Crazy Eddie so in twenty
years we will see each other again and
well get ladled out in "Big C" and talk
about the good old days. But the best
thing I could say is CO FOR IT! We're
just a bunch of wild and crazy guys.
Have a good one folks and see ya in
Collins. And don't forget I'm gonna go
crazy in an everlasting kiss."
- Crazy Eddie
"Life is a bowl of cherries!"
Field Hockey, Volleyball, Softball.
Cheerleading, Band, Nat'l Honor Soci-
"The hardest thing to do in life is to let
something you love go free."
"To err is human: to blame it on the
other guy is even more human."
Girls Leaders 9, IV Softball 10, Soccer
Stat 11. Intramurals 9 - 12. Varsity Soft-
ball 11 - 12. Sports Night 9 - 12. Float 9 -
12. Secretarial Club 12
"Though we drifted apart in distance I
always think of you as being right here.
Though we have different interests, our
experiences are still the same. And
though we have many new friends, it is
our old and continuous friendship that
means the most to me."
"I'll remember my friends, I always
will, and remember I'll always love
Intramurals Softball 11 - 12, Gymnas-
tics 9, Basketball 10, Baseball 9 - 10,
Soccer 9 - 12 - All-League 11, All-Suf-
folk County 12, Leaders 9,11 - 12
"Yesterday is a memory and tomorrow
is a dream, but today well-lived makes
every yesterday good to remember and
every tomorrow a dream come true."
BoBo's Admirer anonymous, Lust Club
"Why is it that when I'm sad I can
never be sadder, but when I'm happy I
can always be just a little happier?"
Honor Roll 9 - 12, Foreign Exchange 11 -
12, YDC 12, Leo Club 12, Intramurals 10,
Business Honor Roll 10 -11, Float 12
"A splendid rose stood all alone,
surrounded by a wall of stone:
Around the wall were roses, too,
But still neither knew the other grew.
So often we, like flowers dwell,
Too deep within our human shell
and pass through life - 'Not under-
nor making all the friends we should,"
CUBERO, IEANETTE I
BoBo's Anonymous '
"You got to get in to get out."
Badminton 10 - 12
"Yesterdays gone - forget it. '
Tomorrow hasn't come - don't worry.
Today is here - use it!"
EI Hockey Team, VD Softball, LIRHL
10, BT Weightlifting Club
"A man should never give up on him-
self." . '
"What the mind can conceive, the body I
can achieve. In life you have to keep
pounding away. Everyone has ups and
downs, but you really show what you
are made of when you bounce back
from defeat. You may slip and fall once
in a whileg but if you get up and keep
walking, you will get to where you want
Flag Corps, Intramurals. Badminton.
Honor Society, Honor Roll
"The wish that you must long for, the
dream you had most dear, believe it
true. and it will come to you within the
Photography 9 - 12
Intramurals, Student Council 4
"It is not doing the thing we like to do
but liking the thing we have to do that
makes life blessed."
Leaders 9, Band 9. Feature Twirler 10 -
12, Varsity Cheerleading 12, Float 9 -12,
Ir. Prom Queen, Intramurals 9 - 10
"All the days I thought could never end
are gone. All the days that seemed so
far away are here. So many happy
moments are now happy memories. But
. . . I still have tomorrow, filled with
the hope of things to come: and
although I watch the sun set now, I
know it will rise again."
Dedicated to Steve Loeffler - "Live for
today- the hell with tomorrow."
Yearbook Artist 12, Gymnastics 9 - 12,
Band 9 -12,Iazz Rock10, CLA
"Live each day as if tomorrow were
never to come."
Honor Roll 9 - 12, Fundraising 9 - 11,
Float 9 - 10, 12, Liz, Les, Luc Club, Soft-
ball 9, Soccer 9, Overeaters anonymous,
Art Service Club 10 - 12, Pit Stop 12,
Muppets Fan Club 10 - 12, Scuba Diving
Club 9 - 12
"All my love to mazer, pupa, and pisha.
I dedicate this passage to the class of '79
and especially Les and Luc:
Live each day to the fullest. Get the
most from each hour, each day, and
each age of your life. Then you can look
forward with confidence, and look
back without regrets."
EI Hockey, usicals, Sports Night.
Marching Band, Stage Band, Chorus,
Intramurals, IV Tennis
Waterskiing, Skateboarding, Surfing,
Bar Hopping, Student Participation
"He who is consistent will get along
with the working world. Do what you
wantto do, and doit well." i
DERVISS, CHERYL I
DIMEO, ALBERT .
"May all the dreams and memories of
these years stay in your touch for the
rest of your life."
Leaders 9. Band 9 -12, Marching Band 9
- 12, Foreign Exchange 10, Secretarial
Club 12, Candy Striper 9 - 12, Ping-Pong
and Softball Intramurals, Chorus 9'- 11.
Modern Dance 10
"To have a friend is to be a friend."
Volleyball 10, BOCES, Chorus
Football 9 - 12, Baseball 9 - 10, Basket-
ball 9, Ski Trips 9 - 12-, Zoo Crew. Soft-
ball Team Member 11 - 12, Honorable
Member of Zoo Crew "Hoy. Hoy" Steak
"We, the unwilling of East Islip, led by
the unknowing. have done the impossi-
ble. for the ungrateful. We have done so
much for so long with so little that we
are now qualified to do anything with
Cheerleading 9 - 12 tCapt. IV and Var-
sity1. Intramurals 9 - 12. Track 9 - 12,
Float 9 - 12, Student Council, Gimbo
Gang 11 - 12. IV Field Hockey 10, Ski
Team. BoBo Club, Art Club, Presiden-
"Though we may drift apart in dis-
tance, I will always think of you as
being right here. Though we may have
many new interests, our experiences
are still the same, though we may meet
new friends, it is our old and continu-
ousnfriendship that means the most to
"For all of the times remembered and
allof the times to be, Thank you!"
Football 9 - 12, Wrestling 9, Lacrosse 9 -
12. Student Council 11 - 12, Boys Lead-
ers 9.12. Zoo Crew Member, Grundy's
"Climbthigh: Climb far: Your aim, the
sky: Your goal, the stars."
,ffLove Greg I. .
,.7'Faces of old and faces of new,
'peoplewe know and people we knew,
growingftogether and drifting apart,
,always anending and now a new start."
l"l.t,7s'great to be 'graduating with the
class of '79,'nott.iust for getting out of
fscI7iool,!Iitit to know there is no one bet-
terlthanxxthe-people I graduated with."
To'Kellyiftf'We've gone through a lot and
ijt's worth ,it because we're going great. I
GolfTeam 11 - 12, Volunteer Work
"Winners never quit, and quitters never
"One man gathers what another man
Flag Corps 11, Honor Roll 9 - 12
"For one human being to love another
is perhaps the most difficult of all our
tasks . . . the work for which all other
work is but preparation."
Cross Country 10 - 12. Winter Track 10 -
12, Spring Track 10 - 12
"Do what you want. Give it your best
shot and WIN!"
Track 9 - 10, Nat'l Ir. Honor Society 9,
Softball 10, Volleyball 11
"I have learned that to be with those I
like is enough."
Student Council 12, Float 9 - 12, Intra-
murals 9 - 12. Badminton. Girls Night -
Zoo Race 12, Sports Night 9 - 12, Senior,
's. good luck to the junior ones.
"As if four years were a minute, it went
by that fast: but there were times when
a day was a year, the good times were
good. I wish they could last. As for the
bad times. I never shed a tear. my
friends are friends 'till I die, I'll think of
all the great times and I'll laugh 'till I
gry, and I'll think of all those days gone
"Here are we on magical movement
from Kether to Malkuthf'
Lacrosse. Good Times
"There's more in the middle of an Egg
McMuffin than an egg in the middle of
StudentfCouncil tTreas. 91, Intramurals
9 - 12, Girls Leaders 9, Band 9, Spanish
Club 9, Nat'l1r. Honor Society 9. Tennis
9, Track 11, Flag Corps 11, Badminton
Basketball 9, 1V Basketball
"One who goes for it is more likely to
make it than one who doesnt."
Football 8 - 9 Warsity 10 - 121, Basket-
ball 8 - 12, Baseball 8 - 12, Pres. Physical
Fitness, Nat'l Honor Society 11 - 12,
Kelly Movers 12, Sansui Owner 12,
"The sands of time were eroded by the
river ofconstant change."
- Genesis tnot the Bible1
"I've been reprieved?"
Boys Leaders 9, Baseball 9 Warsity 10 -
121, All-League 11, Basketball 9, fVarsity
10 - 121, All-League 11, Football 9 War-
sity 10 - 121, All League 11 - 12, All-
County, All-Long Island 12, '78 Rutgers
Cup Team, EI Outstanding Athlete
"A person who cannot achieve per-
sonal confidence - is a person who
lacks selfindulgence. ,
EI-"Thanks forthe Memories. , ."
F AHN ER, STEVEN
"There are many ways of seeking my
fortune. I don't really have to lose my
mind on that highway. MY thoughts are
Soccer 9 - 12
"He who laughs last laughs the best."
"I'd like to wish all my good friends
Robin, Bonnie, Sue. Theresa, janet, and
Mary lane good luck in the future
always. And I would like to wish a very
special friend all the luck in the world
FARRISH, MARY KAY
Class Pres. 9 - 10, Student Liason 9 - 10.
Soccer 9 - 12. Student Council 12, Nat'l
Ir. Honor Society 9. Nat'l Honor Society
11 - 12
"We shall not cease from exploring.
and the end of all our exploring will be
to arrive where we started and know
the place for the first time."
IV Football 10. Varsity Bowling 11 - 12
"If you can decipher this mess IHS.
Years1- Power to ya!"
FINN, RANDALL G.
Band Majorette 12. VVho's Who Among
American High School Students 12,
BoBo Club 12
gThere's something to love in every
"Taking time for a little fun, is good
advice for everyone."
"Follow your dreams!"
Orchestra f1st violin1. Math League,
Math Fair. Nat'l1r. Honor Society, Nat'l
Honor Society. NYSSMA Solo Con-
tests. LI String Festivals
Skiing, Skateboarding, Adventurer,
"Get in the way as the tons of water
racing with you crash thru the rudder
once at the start can you gamble that
you really surely mean to finish after
seeing all your sense of fear diminish as
you treat danger a pure collection as
you throw away misconceptions. Going
for the one."
Cross Country 10 - 12, Winter Track 9 -
12, Spring Track 9 - 12, Soccer 9. Boys
Leaders 9, 12, Treas. of GLA 10 - 12,
"Run for Fun" Marathon 9 - 10
"Reach for the heavens and hope for
the future, life is what you make ofitf'
F LIPSE, BARBARA 0
Drama Club 9, Spring Track 10, Bowl-
ing 10. Cross Country 11, Musical "How
to Succeed" 11, Broadcaster 12, Flag
Corps 12, Chorus 10 - 12, Foreign
Exchange 11 - 12, Student Council 12
"Do not follow where the path leads.
Rather, go where there is no path and
leave a trail."
"When you dance your way through
life, be sure to keep in step to the
Fox, joHN c.
Nat'l jr. Honor Society 8 - 9, Rifle Club
9, Honor Roll 9 - 12
"l'll get by with a little help from my
Band 9 - 12, Nat'l onor Society 11 - 12,
Stage Crew 10 - 11, Musicals tpitj 11 -
12, Foreign Exchange Club 11 - 12 CVP -
111, Broadcaster Staff 12, Nat'l Ir. Honor
Society, Math Team 9 - 12, NYSSMA
"If you love something, set it free. If it
comes back, it is yours. If it doesn't, it
Spring Track 9 - 10, Band 11, Sports
Night 9 - 12, Float Committee 9 - 12
"Far away there in the sunshine are my
highest asj .'i. ions. I may not reach
them, but I cgi look up and see their
beauty, believe in them, and try to fol-
low where they lead."
Gymnastics Intramurals 10, Sports
Night 10, 12, Chorus 10 - 12, Run for Fun
10, Spring Track 10 - 12, Winter Track
11, Cross Country 11, Float 11 - 12, For-
eign Exchange 11, tSec - 121, Broad-
caster 11 tFeature Ed - 121, How to
Succeed 11, Hello Dolly 12, Pom-Poms
12, Honor Roll 9 - 12, Vice-Pres. of IBTC
"Make new friends . . . Keep the old
. . .One is silver. . .The other's gold."
FRIEDLAND, ERIC M.
Wrestling 10 - 11, Soccer 10 - 11, Orator-
ical Contest 12, Student Council 12, Ber-
nard Gerard Fan Club tPres. -121,
BoBo's anonymous, Table Tennis Club
"Sometimes it's hard to know what
your heart is feelin' and harder still to
put it into words. Love is simple - you
can't define it. lt's not the words, but
the thought behind it that counts."
- Eric Carmen
"Do what's good for you - or you're
not good for anybody."
- Billy Ioel
"The treasures that I seek are waiting
-- on the other side. .
YDC Lifeline Project to reach out to the
Elderly of the Community, Christmas
Caroling at Hospitals, Guitar Work-
"I've only just begun to live. I started
out walking and I'm learning to grow!
Yep - there's a lot of life ahead --
Spring Track 9 - 12, Winter Track 11,
Cross Country 11, IBTC Donating Mem-
"There are many things I wanted, Some
of which I got, But those of which I
didn't, I never needed anyway."
PS. "Bye, Mar, miss ya!"
Honor Roll 9 - 11
"Life is a preparation for the future and
the best preparation for the future is to
live as if there was none."
"May your hands always be busy, may
your feet always be swift, may you
have a strong foundation when the
winds are changing shift, May your
heart always be joyful, may your song
always be sung, and may you stay for-
GATELY, ROBERT I.
Soccer 10 - 12, Basketball Announcer
Foreign Exchange, Girls Night, Float,
Modern Dance Group
"Let love keep the world together and
let the sun shine forever."
GILL, IEAN N E
"When you're lonely, I wish you love:
when you're down, I wish you joy:
when you're troubled, I wish you
peace: when things are complicated, I
wish you simple beauty: when things
are chaotic, I wish you inner silence:
when things look empty, I wish you
Football 9 - 12, Rutgers Cup '78
"To all my friends I say good'bye. It
was fun while it lasted."
"Will Dooley ever get?"
"It's not the size of the vessel, it's the
motion in the ocean."
GOBETZ, KATHY P.
Band 9 - 11
"Wake up! It's a Monday morning. No
time left to say goodbye. Can't breathe
and the lights are changing. You can
live your own life, making it happen.
Working on your own time, laying back
and laughing. P.S. Good luck in life to
the Marilyn guys from Z."
Badminton Intramurals 10, Sports
Night 10 - 11, Broadcaster 12
"Keep your face always toward the
sunshine and the shadows will fall
Stage Band, Musicals "Forum, How to
Succeed, South Pacific, Godspell,
Dolly", Broadcaster Photographer
"I'm heading south - I'll see you on the
Dark Side of the moon."
"VVhen things are tough and life has got
you down, dig further: for it's darker on
the outside of the cloud."
Soccer 9, Wrestling 9, Gymnastics 9 -
12, Baseball 10, BB's Softball, Leaders 9.
12, "WWA" "Molsens Mob '78", Ski
Trip '78-'79, Sports Night 9 - 12
"Today's dreams can be realities of
tomorrow. But tomorrows realities
could end up dreams."
"All things bright and beautiful.
all creatures great and small,
all things wise and wonderful, the Lord
God made them all." - Alexander
GOULDING, THERESA M.
"Success is being able to walk barefoot
along a deserted tropical beach with
someone you really love and to see your
yacht anchored offshore."
GRAY, VALERIE LYNN
Concert Band 9 - 12, Marching Band 9 -
12, Chorus 11 - 12, Carnival - Clown,
South Pacific - Props, Forum - Props,
How to Succeed - Props Mistress,
Godspell - Production, Hello Dolly -
"A real friend is someone who walks in
when the rest of the world walks out."
"All that you could possibly want out
of life is out there, all you have to do is
reach out and take it!"
"When that ray of sunshine's overdue,
when the thunder rolls though the
storm is through, you've got to keep on
trying. When your mind is willing but
your heart is weak and the sun is shin-
ing on the far side of the hill, you've got
to keep on trying. If you feel lilf rying,
don't give up keep on trying, tor what
appears to be the end, may really be a
new beginning. So you have got to keep
"Don't forget Elmo, C.W. Boom, Boom,
Boom, on the hill."
Flag Corps 11 - 12, Girls Volleyball 9
GREEN, DONNA ,
"It is now how much we had, but how
much we enjoyed in life, that brings
back good memories."
"School is a party and nobody cares
what we do in there."
Wrestling 9 -.11, Soccer 8, GLA Pres. 10
- 12, GLA Co-Founder, Uffner's Army
11, Mrs. Uffman Fan Club 10 - 12, Led
Zeppelinologist fMaster of Led Zeppeli-
"GLA all the way."
"Life is hard by the yard. But, by the
inch, life's a cinch."
Class Sec. 9, Yearbook 9, JV Basketball
9, Varsity Basketball 10 - 12, Softball 9 -
10, Varsity Softball 11 - 12, Float 9 - 12,
Girls Leaders 11 - 12
"Today's wonderful moments are
tomorrow's beautiful memories to be
Chorus, Symphonic Band, Wind
Ensemble, Stage Band, Marching Band.
NYSSMA, Majorette, Art Service Club,
"South Pacific", "Forum" - Art Direc-
tor, "How to Succeed" - Art Director,
"Godspell", "Hello Dolly!" - Chorus.
South Shore Mall Art Display, Islip
Town Art G-allery Display, Suffolk
County Poster Contest - 1st Place
"There are many places I'll remember
all my life. though some have changed,
I still remember them all. All these
places had their moments, with friends
and lovers I will always recall. Though
I know I'll never lose the affection for
people and things that went before, it
makes me love them that much more."
Track 9, Volleyball Intramurals 10, IV
Volleyball 10. IV Softball 10, Varsity
Softball ll - I2
"Although life will go on after our
school years, we will never erase these
years from our minds."
Gymnastics 9, 10, "Hutley's forever"
"Cease to inquire what the future has in
store, and take as a gift whatever the
day brings forth."
Wrestling 8 - 12. Gymnastics 9 - 12,
Football 8 - 9, Track 8 - 9, Molsen Mob
11 - 12, GLA 12, Leaders9 - 12
"We drank a lot of wine in '79, but that
wasthe year for beer!!!"
"Don't be denied."
Cross Country 8 - 9, Winter Track 9 - 10,
Gymnastics 8 - 10, Stage Crew 11 - 12
"You've got to see the show . . . it's
rock and roll." '
IV Soccer Manager 10 - 11, Basketball
Manager 11 - 12, IV Tennis 11, Foreign
Exchange 12, DECA 10 - 12. "Hello Dol-
ly" Stage Crew, Sports Night 10 - 12,
Varsity Tennis 12
"He who has many friends, will never
find himself alone."
DECA 10 - 12, Foreign Exchange 11 - 12,
Art Club 9. "Hello Dolly".- Stage
Crew, Long Island Friends of the Earth
I"LIFEl"I. SCienCe'Club 12 '-
"Today is the first day of the rest of
your life." X it ,
HEIGES, DENISE I
Art Service Club 10, Art all the Way 11
"There are no strangers in the world.
Iust people we haven't met,"
"As you slide down the bannister of
life, watch out for splinters."
Student Council, Intramurals, Float 9 -
12, Tennis 11, Sports Night 9 - 12, Girls
Night 12, Senior 's, Good luck to
the Ir. ones, especially Lori, Bernard
Gerard Fan Club, Mr. Bill Fan Club
"What lies behind us and what lies
before us are tiny matters compared to
what lies within us."
Intramurals10. Marching Band 11, Sec-
retarial Club 11 - 12, Softball 11
"You are a free person. I am so happy
because in your freedom you chose me
to be your friend."
HENNEN, IO ANN
"If some people would open their
minds to new and different things
instead of putting everything they don't
know down, they would be more
knowledgeable. Life is only what you
'The only thing wealth does for some
people is to make them worry about
HOFFMAN, HENRY M.
"Truckers make better lovers."
Band 9 - 10, Leo Club 12, Advertising
Club 11, Chorus 10, Intramurals 9 -'10,
"This is the way to the freedom l've
only dreamed of. These are the wings I
was never allowed to try. Come closer
and hear me -- there's a world out
there to see." 1
Secretarial Club 11 - 12
"Life is itxt the most precious gift of all.
Enjoyitlf' ' .
Rollerskating Championships' in RI, NY,
NI, NMA, DE 9 - 12,' 9 times NI Gold Med-
alist, 5 times NI, DE Silver Medalist, 3
times MA, NI Bronze Medalist, .1-time
Regional Silver Medalist,iCandy Striper
12, Big Sister 11, Prom CotnrnitteeY12
"Love isn't a hill to look 'overlbut a
mountain to betclimbedt Friends'aren't
glued in their amount but in their ff'
worth." X i
To Murf: "To the guy whose love and
care means so much. I love you. 4-29-
Baseball 8 - 9, Varsity Baseball 10 - 12,
Basketball 8 - 10, Varsity Basketball 11.
Football 8, Boys Leaders 9
"lt was the worst three years of my life
except for baseball season, vacations
and summer time."
Football 8 - 10, Track 8 - 12
"Do it while you can."
Hockey 10 - 12
"You gotta get in, to get out."
Yearbook Sr. Editor. Cheerleading 10,
Band 9 - 12, Intramurals, IV Softball 11,
Girls Leaders 9, 12, Float 9 - 12, The Ber-
nard Gerard Fan Club, Sports Night 9 -
12, Gong Show
"The seasons are changing and so am I.
so now it's time to tell my childhood
. . .GOOD-BYE!"
BOCES, Logic and Philosophy
"Our mind is one big resource. Reach in
and grab the thoughts that it creates
and the knowledge that it has learned.
Our hearts are full of love. peace and
true friendship. Open up and let free
the gifts that our hearts are full of, for
we will never run out. Our world is full
of hate and not enough love, let us turn
the table for our generation and for
those to come, for they will be our chil-
dren. Life is too short. Let's enjoy it to
the highest. lt's OURS."
"If ever loneliness shadows your heart,
I'll help you find the sun."
Senior Class Treasurer, Student Coun-
cil, Intramurals 9 - 12, Float 9 - 12, Bad-
minton 11 - 12. Sports Night 9 - 12, Girls
Night 12 - Zoo Race, Senior 's.
Good luck to the Iunior ones, especially
Kathleen, Bernard Gerard Fan Club.
Mr. Bill Fan Club
"Laugh when you can: cry when you
have to: be who you must: that's part of
the plan. Await your arrival with sim-
ple survival. and one day we'll all
Football 9 - 12, Wrestling 9, Lacrosse 9 -
12, Zoo Crew Member. Grundy's Gimlet
Gang, Collins 9 - 12, Power Booting I
and ll. Advanced Guzzling, Boys Lead-
ers 9, Zoo Crew Consumer of the Year
Award Winner '78, Steak Loft Brawl.
True Blue Hats
"Do what everyou want in life, don't
worry what others will think as long as
you enjoy yourself."
IADANZA, DON f I
Failing,Cetting into trouble 1. I
"So many tangles in life are ultimately
hopeless that we have no appropriate
sword other than laughter."
1MBo, IOSEPH I
Baseball 9 - 10, IV Basketball 10, Boys
Leaders 9 - 12 tVice-Pres. 9, Sec. 113.
Annual Ski Trip - "A Rookie" "Hoi
Hoi", Zoo Crew Softball 11 - 12, Zoo
Crew European Handball 12
"Life is to enjoy. so live each day to its
Soccer 8 - 11, Surfing 8 - 12, Partying 7 -
"Be Casual and Calm"
INGARGIOLA, ROBERT M.
IRWIN, CAROLYN M.
Gymnastics 9. C - 11,12
"A box of rain will ease the pain and
love will see you through" '
, I -GratefulDead
"I'll never forget the good times and
good friends from East Islip High."
ACOBSON, LEROY R.
restling 9 - 10
adminton 11, Float 11, Ye Olde Corker
"The hardest habit of all to break is the
terrible habit of HAPPINESS!"
"Live, Love, 8: Party!l!"
arching Band 10 - 12, Wind Ensemble
"If you find something you love, let it
go. If it comes back to you, you know
you will have it forever. If it doesn'-t,
youhknow it was never yours to begin
A friend wit weed is a friend
restling 10 - 12
"Nothing ever changes upon the face of
the universe - save the expression of
"Life - you can only do it once, so
enjoy it while you can."
Surfing and Skating 7 - eternity
"Beach ladies all over the world are a
healthy and beautiful slice of the
Float 9, 11 - 12, Varsity Wrestling 9, 11 -
12, Varsity Club 9 - 10, SAHS, Irish
Club 9 - 10 SAHS, GLA 12, Executive in
Charge of Handling
"That was then: this is now."
- S. E. Hinton
Hockey. Softball Intramurals, Sports
Night, Boys Night, GLA member
"As I walk through the shadows of the
valley of death, I shall fear no evil,
because I'm the bi est SON OF A B-
in the valley."
Baseball 8 - 9, Varsity Baseball 10 - 12,
Football 8 - 9, IV Football 10 t1 dayl,
Boys Leaders Club 9,11 - 12
"You can do things once and twice if
you lived it."
For Greg. Kerry. Terry and Arnie -
"Save a few for me 'till I get back."
Soccer 9, Ice Hockey 10 - 12, LI Roller
Hockey Association 9 - 12, Float 10 - 12,
Sports Night 10 - 12, Boys Night 10 - 12,
Boys Leaders 9 - 12, Intramurals 9 - 12,
"Winners never quit. and quitters never
Float 9 - 12, Sports Night 10 - 12, Cheer-
leading 9 - 10
"VVhat is a friend? He understands. You
can weep with him, sin with him, laugh
with him, and pray with him. Through
it all - and underneath - he sees,
knows, and loves you. A friend? What
is a friend? tIt's a mushroom.J"
Go on Field Trips with Ms. Sarcona,
"You don't have to be crazy to come
here, but it helps."
"To die is ignorant, to live is divine, to
give is of priorityg and to appreciate is
KOCH, POPPY ANNE
"The greatest thing in this world is not
so much where we stand but in what
direction we are moving."
"A farewell to school, it's time to get
KONCELIK, ROBERT G.
BOCES 11 - 12
KORNELY, MARYAN N
Volleyball 9 - 12
"Peace of heart is at the heart of peace.
Take Care, Sue. Hey, Close-pin! Runa-
A tired Federal employee. Susan, what
happened to your shorts? You are a real
pain, I.S.! Keep swinging, Lorraine.
Who's crazy? Hey, Barbara, let's watch
Frosty fall down the bridge! Who
played in the crib together? 411 mem-
ber ofthe I.S. Fan Club."
"Winning isn't everything, it's the only
Drinking in parking lot space
"The time you enjoy wasting is not
"The people in one's life are like the pil-
lars on one's porch you see life through.
Sometimes they lean on you or some-
times you lean on them, and sometimes
it's just enough to know they're stand-
KRAU SE, BARBARA ANN
Cross Country 9
Varsity Gymnastics 10 - 12, Intramurals
10 - 12, Concessions 11, Float 11, Sports
Night 10 - 12, Nat'l Honor Society 11 -
12, Foreign Exchange 10, French Club
'10 - 12
"So many men seem destined to settle
for something small, but I won't rest
until I know I'll have it all so don't ask
where I'm going, but listen when I'm
gone and far away you'll hear me sing-
ing softly to the dawn: Rivers belong
where they can ramble. Eagles belong
where they can fly, I've got to be where
my spirit can run free, got to find my
corner of the sky."
Gymnastics 10 - 12. Softball 11 - 12,
Yearbook 9 - 10, Volleyball Intramurals
10 - 12. Float 10 - 12
"If you let something go that you love
and it comes back, you know it's yours.
If it doesn't, you know you never had
"There are two ways of spreading light:
To be the candle or the mirror that
reflects it. I will be the candle."
"Tomorrow is the waking of life."
Chorus 10, Secretarial Club 11 - 12
"Laugh once a day, because a day with-
out sunshine is like. . .night."
- Steve Martin
Freshman Play, Flag Corps, IV and Var-
sity Cheerleading, Sr. Class Sec.
Skateboarding 8 - 12
"Sometimes the lights are shining on
me. Other times I can barely see. Lately
it occurs to me what a long strange trip
French Club 10, Crew - "South
Pacific", Costumes - "How to Succeed
. . Leo Club 11, VOlunteer at Little
Flower, Secretarial Club 12, Float 12
"A friend is a push when you've stop-
ped, a word when you're lonely, a guide
when you're searching, a smile when
you're sad, and a song when you're
Yearbook, Business Honor Roll, Intra-
murals, Honor Roll
LEHANE, DANIEL I.
Wrestling 10, Math League 11 - 12, Ber-
nard Gerard Fan Club - Vice Pres. 12,
Table Tennis Club 11 - 12
Marine Science Club, LI Friends of the
Earth CLIFEJ Club, YDC
"The greatest love of all is learning to
Soccer 9, Skateboarding, Hockey 10 -
12, Music Everywhere, Driving Crazy,
Mental Mop, Dubies, Tart Cart
"And don't forget, beware of Lehr."
LICARI, FRANCINE '
EI District Office Switchboard Opera-
"Love is the sun sending the sparkle in
your eyes. . . Love, Fran,"
LOAYZA, MIRTHA .
Orchestra 12, Exchange C ub 12
Belushi Burger Brother 12, Big Brother
to Tony 12. Boobie Brother 12, Boot Hill
"Don't let a day pass you by - life is for
MCCLUSKEY, PATRICIA L.
"One should not criticize unless he is
perfect, and if one is perfect, one would
Soccer 8 - 12, Lacrosse 10 - 12, Ice
Hockey 10 - 12, Tower Hour Clubs IOB
and Hecksherl11 - 12, Boobies 10-12,
Zoo Crew 11 - 12, Steak Loft Crew.
Steak Loft Brawler, Beach Whale, Mari-
ner Svvimmer, Budweiser Monday, bet-
ter known as Doobies.
"Youth is not enough, love is not
enough, success is not enough, and if
we could achieve it, enough would not
"Without my love, I'd be nowhere, for
he is my strength and guidance, and,
most of all, my love forever."
Football 9 - 12, Student Council, Zoo
Crew Softball and Drinking Team.
"All that you touch and all that you see
is all your life will ever be."
MCGOLDRICK, MAUREEN A.
Wrestling, High Honor Roll
"I woke up this morning and got myself
a beer. The future looks bright, but the
end is always near."
Football 10 - 12, Rutgers Cup '78
"Be happy! Enjoy!"
Mexico '76, Virgin Islands '77, Arizona
"Smile! It's all over - finally!"
"Do not follow where the path leads.
Rather go where there is no path and
leave a trail."
MCNEICE, DANNY F.
"It's time to go."
MEIER, KATHLEEN A.
"Look out, world, 'cause here I come!"
"When people go for it, they are more
likely to make it than when they are
Honor Society 11 - 12, Dance Corps 10 -
12, Foreign Exchange 10 - 11, Modern
Dance 10, Secretarial Club 12
"For yesterday is but a dream and
tomorrow is only a vision but today
well lived makes yesterday a dream of
happiness and tomorrow a vision of
MILLER, CAROL ANNE
Honor Roll, Softball Intramurals 10, IV
Softball 11, Flag Corps 11
"One of the real joys of our life is hav-
ing friends and keeping in touch with
Football, Hockey, and Softball fweek-
"The one person who started off on a
bad foot, but now hopes to work at a
happy future. Hope to become a diesel
MILLS, MARGARET ANNE
Drama Club 9, Chorus 9 - 12, Iazz Rock
10 - 12, Flag Corps 11 - 12, Lead "Outra-
geous Fortune" 9. "Funny Thing Hap-
pened To Me On The Way To The
Forum" 11, "How To Succeed in Busi-
ness" 11, "Godspell" tSonial 12, "Hello
Dolly" tDollyl 12
"There are so many hopes our dreams
have yet to hail - so many streams and
rivers my little boat has to sail -- yet I
have passed this way so many times
before, and now my heart has knowl-
edge and my mind wants some more."
"She won't tell me!" "PARTY!"
"The laws of nature are to heal the
wounds of man. Use them right and
they will help you if they can. Wrongly
wed and you'll only harm yourselves."
"High Ioyce, Iackie and Laura. It's time
welive it up."
Wrestling 8 - 12
"If you want to get to heaven, you've
got to raise a little hell."
Intramurals 9, G.O. Rep. 9, Cross Coun-
try 9 - 12, Winter Track 10 - 12, Spring
Track 8 - 12, Student Council 11 - 12.
Sports Night 9, 10, 12, 24 Hour Track
Marathon, 12 Hour Track Marathon, Ir.
Class Treas,, Girls Leaders 12, Float 9,
11 - 12, Pres. USAST, Marching Band.
Cirls Tennis 10, Band 11 - 12. World's
Best Eater, Donating Member IBTC,
Hair Combing Team, French Club 12,
CLA Sergeant at Arms
"I may grow old, but I'll never grow
MONTUORI, MIKE 1.
Zoo Crew Member, Zoo Crew Softball
11 - 12, Zoo Crew Drinking Team 10 -
12, Pres. of Boys Leaders 11 - 12, Steak
Better known as Sweet Lou, Barney,
Montos and Bitch.
"Many a man has fallen in love with a
girl in a light so dim he would not have
chosen a suit by it."
Spanish Club 9, Winter, Spring Track 9
- 10, Basketball, Volleyball Intramurals
9 - 12, IV Basketball 10 - 11, IV Volley-
ball and Field Hockey 11, Sports Night
9 - 12, Girls Night 12, Girls Leaders.
Nat'l Ir. Honor Society
"Make a wish and dream a dream no
matter how unreal they seem. Tomor-
row's beautiful and new and filled with
dreams that really do come true.
Golf Team 12, Ski Team, Bernie Gerard
Fan Club tVice-Pres.l
"It's a strange aberration, this brain-
storm of youth. Though it's lost in
translation from fancy to truth, It's
hopelessly human both inside and out.
A joyous occasion, no reason to doubt,
It's easy somehow, what once was elu-
sive is calling me now."
MULVEY, DEBORAH A.
MUNN, DANIEL G.
"A woman is just a woman, but a good
cigar is a smoke!"
IV Soccer, IV Football
"See you on the dark side of the moon."
"I love you, Ioannef'
MURRAY, ROBERT I.
Basketball 9 - 12, Baseball 9 - 10, Foot-
ball 9, Zoo Crew
Cartoon Writer for "Megaphone" 9
"So if you think your life is complete
confusion, 'cause you never win the
game tcause your neighbors got it
madel. Iust remember that it's a Grand
Illusion and deep inside we're all the
NEWTON, RAYMOND H.
NOBILE, GINA T.
Nat'l Ir. Honor Society 8 - 9, Wrestling
Team 9 - 11, Marching and Symphonic
Band 9 - 11, Mechanical Drawing
Awards, A Wild and Crazy Guy, The
"All we are is dust in the wind."
"It was great while it lasted, so good
luck to all!"
NOVACK, PAUL g
"Whatever my secrets are, remember.
when I entrust them to you, they are a
part of me."
Intramurals 10 - 12, Sports Night 10 - 12.
Varsity Tennis 11 - 12, Varsity Softball
11 - 12, Varsity Basketball 11, Tennis
Conference Finalist 11 - 12, Girls Night
12, EI Latoral Soc., Foreign Exchange
11, Math League 11, Computer Club 11.
Italian Club 11, Creative Writing Club
11, Sports Editor - Broadcaster, Mod-
ern Dance Club 12
"Bus 'tis a common proof that lowliness
is young ambition's ladder."
-tSpoken by Brutusl
O'LEARY, MICHAEL IOHN
POSS Night, Boys Leaders
Do what you think is best in life."
Math Team. Honor Society, French
Club. Foreign Exchange
"Time goes so fast, life asks so much, no
wonder friends get out of touch, but in
our hearts, deep, true, unseen, friend-
ship stays forever green."
Band 9 - 10
"If I leave here tomorrow, would you
still remember me?"
ORGERA, IAMES V.
ORSKI, MICHAEL F. -
Lacrosse 9, Wrestling 10 - 11, Molsen
"Life is like a keg of beer. Before you
know it, it's gone."
PAETOW, MARGU ERITE
Band 9, Stage Band 9, School Play 9,
Intramurals 9, Float 9, Marching Band
10 - 12, Symphonic Band 10 - 11, Wind
Ensemble 12, "Hello Dolly" cast, South-
side Volunteer 10 - 12, Badminton 10,
Make-Up "South Pacific", "How to
Succeed. . .","Godspell","Forum"
"The more we love, the better we are:
and the greater our friendships are, the
dearer we are to God."
Marching Band 10 - 12, Dance Corps 10
- 12, Candy Striper 9 - 12, Honor Roll 9 -
"Far away there in the sunshine are my
highest aspirations. I may not reach
them, but I can look up and see their
beauty, believe in them, and try to fol-
low where they lead."
PALAZZOLO, BETTY- O
'Flag Corps 12, Arizona '79, and Trip
'TTo knowwmxe islone thing. . .to under-
stand meilfisf another. Good luck to the
cla.ss"of'f9.f' I ,
Wres'il'ing"Statf:'9,,Secretarial Club 12, LI
Stud-ent Council 12,
.,Fl9l3Fl.9'l1Z if A
"'l'A'ft'eff"so many miles and so many
sfiiiles, I'll. always remember you."
fFi'isbee!10 - 12, Intramurals
"And the meek shall inherit the earth."-
PARDO, GEORGINA I
'iWho cares what others tell you to do
or think? You're the only one who
knows what you want to do. Be happy
with yourself and what you do, and
problems will be easier to face."
"I know what I like."
"I'll miss you M. Keep smiling, Harpof'
"Troubles gonna lose ine. Worry leave
me behind, and I'll stand up proudly, in
true peace of mind."
"Where can you run to? What more can
you do? No more tomorrow . . . Life is
killing you. Dreams turn to nightmares,
heaven turns to hellg burned out confu-
siong nothing more to tell."
Gymnastics 11 - 12, Wrestling 11 - 12.
CLA Club, Boys Night, Sports Night,
Marching Band, Symphonic Band
"Nothing is impossible unless you have
to do it yourself."
PERRETTA, LAURA I.
Tennis 9, Float 9, Intramurals 9, School
Play 9, Orchestra 9, Chorus 9, Hang Out
Club 10. Varsity Bowling 11 - 12, Volun-
teer Southside Hospital 12
"There's nothing on earth that's more
worthwhile than the look and the joy of
a beautiful smile."
"School is just like a vacuum cleaner,
they both. .
Nat'l Ir. Honor Society 9, G.O. 9, Pres.
Physical Fitness Award 9 - 12, Flag
Corps 10, Dance Corps 11 - 12, Costume
Crew - "South Pacific", "Forum",
"How to Succeed", "Hello Dolly",
Sports Night 11, Float 12, Chorus 12,
High Honor Roll 9 - 12, Nat'l Honor
Society 11 - 12, Student Council 10,
Gregg Shorthand Awards, Southside
Candy Striper, EIFD Band Member 5 -
12, Ass't Director 11 - 12, Music Letter
11 - 12, Who's Who Among American
High School Students 11 - 12, Nat'l
Merit Scholarship Corp. Commended
"God grant me the serenity to accept
the things I cannot change - my past,
courage to change those I can - my
future, and wisdom to know the differ-
PHILBIN, ti.i IOHN
"Iii got by with a little help from my
friends ., . . lgot high with a little help
from my friends. .
Handball 10 - 11, VICA
IV Soccer 10, IV Baseball 10, Varsity
Soccer 11, Varsity Baseball 11 - 12
"The present interests me more than
the past and the future more than the
Art Crew -- "Carnival", "South
Pacific" Art Director - "Forum",
"How to Succeed . . "Godspell",
"Hello Dolly", Marching and Concert
Band, Art Service Club, Chorus "La
quiesta, la quastala, maduma, moya,
speggi, sncd stcmem, masuma, lyy-nnn,
yeotree and mis t are forever."
POLOSKEY, ELEANOR L.
POSANTI, IOSEPH S.
Sports Night, Intramurals 9, Honor Roll
"You are what you choose to be. It's
whatever it is you see, that life will
- Iackson Browne
PROETTA, MARY IO
"We learn too late as the nite comes
down how close we were to the golden
crown, Success is failure turned inside
out. So stick to your guns when you're
hardest hit. It's when things go wrong
that you must not quit!"
"Set your goals high in life, and then
Southside Hospital Volunteer '74 - '78,
National Partying Association
"l'm sailing away, set an open course
for the virgin sea. l've got to be free to
carry on. I want to be high, so high, I
want to be free to do the things I do all
night I want to be free . . .just me,"
Chorus 10 - 11. Musicals 10 -12, Ballet
and Iazz, Intense Dance Classes
"lf you can imagine it, you can achieve
it. If you can dream it, you can become
" f all the gifts that time and earth
bestow, of all the blessings that from
heaven descend, there is none half so
precious that I know as one true
Gymnastics 10 - 11, Volleyball 10, Intra-
murals, Honor Roll, Sports Night, Float
"The only way to have a friend is to be
"Outrageous Fortune" 9, "Carnival" 10,
"South Pacific" 10, "Forum" 11, "How
to Succeed. . 11, "Godspell" 12.
"Hello Dolly" 12, Chorus 10 - 12, Iazz
Rock 10 - 12, Band 11, Marching Band
11, Stage Band Soloist 12
"I say, 'When there are spats, kiss and
make up before the day is done and live
to fight another day.' "
"To believe is the first step to making
our dreams come true: thanks for the
Cross Country 10, Winter Track 9, 12,
Spring Track 9,11 - 12, IV El Hockey 9,
Varsity EI Hockey 10 - 12, GLA Ser-
"A rolling puck shall gather no net,"
Girls Leaders, Cheerleading 10 - 12.
Softball 9 - 12. CO. 9, Student Council
10 -12, Newspaper 12, Yearbook 9 - 12.
Intramurals 9 - 12
"To all my friends in the Iunior class -
especially Ianef- I want you to know
that I love you and you'll always be
close in my heart. We've had so many
good memories thatlll always treasure,
like Peekskill!! Well, only the way you!
feel can separate people -- not milesdiff
time - Best of friends never partf' -"' '
RINALDI, VANESSA If "-i I I Q L it
Secretarial Club 11 7 I
RITCHIE, BRAD A
The Best Team in the World MP., I.R.,
I.S., L.C., E.O., MZ.. GL., BR., What a
Zoo we had '
"Keep as cool as you can. Face piles of
trials with smiles it rifles them to
believe that you perceive the web they
weave, And keep on thinking free."
Twirling 9, Foreign Exchange 10 - 11,
Art Service Club 11 - 12 V
"The difficult takes a whileg the impos-
sible takes a little longer."
Chorus 9 - 11, Marching Band 9 - 12,
Candystriper 10 -' 11. Foreign Exchange
11, Secretarial,Club'11 - 12. Ping Pong
Intramurals. Modern Dance 10
"The greatest kindness we can offer
each other is the truth. Always be just
you!" JV,. fix
ROBERTS, VRGSALIE MARIA
Syinpihonic Band 10 - 11, Wind Ensem-
blefl2, Marching ,Band 10 - 12, "Hello
Dolly", "Codspell", "How to Succeed"
Make Up Crew
"Take life as-it happens but make it
happen the way you want to take it!"
"lf it feels good, do it!"
IV Baseball 10 - 11 E '
"I would just like to say goodbye to all
my friends in school and good luck to
everyone who is coming into EI Sr.
Football 10, Varsity Golf9 - 12
"l'll see you on the Dark side of the
RONAN, MARGARET M.
Wrestling Team '
"The chords struck at birth grow more
distant: yet, we strike them again and
again. And we plead and we pray for a
glimmer of day, and the night folds its
wiggs and descends, exposing the loose
Float 9 - 10, Sports Night 10 - 11, Color
"I would like to wish best of luck to
Terri Clarke. we have known each
other since we were kids. Also to Gail.
Bonnie. Robin. Sue, and Loretta. We all
have very special goals in life and each
and every person should try their hard-
est. Take life in stride, be careful, not
too hasty. l'd like to say good bye to
Super Iox and Chicken Legs!"
Soccer 8 - 12, Baseball 9 - 10, Basketball
9. Boys Leaders 11 - 12, Zoo Crew Soft-
ballg11 - 12. Track 8, Student Council
"lift was a duck and the pond was beer,
I would dive to the bottom and never
coniieiback up." z - I -
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Class Sec. 10 11 Student Council 10 -
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Forei n Exchan e 10 11 Pres Nat'l
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10 - 12, Leaders 11 - 12, Sports Ni,ghtj10,-
12, Cheerleading 10, 12, BoBo's,Anony-
mous and Zoo Ladies ' ' 5' J
"All the fantasies that I have been keep-
ing will make any empty hours easier to
stand - forl have many dreams . .
"Though the years give way to uncer-
tainty and the fear of living for nothing
strangles the will. there's,a part of me,
though sometimes it's hard. to see it's
never far from me. Alive with eternity,
that nothing can kill." ,
"To which I onlyfbelieve in - Sex,
drugs and Rock and Roll."
Dance Corps 12, Yearbook 12, March-
ing Band 10 - 12, Float 10 - 12, Sports
Night 10 - 12. Lacrosse Stat 11 - 12,
Musical 12, Bernard Gerard Fan Club
-Sec. Q '
"We only pass through once."
Basketball 9 - 12 ,
"Revelation can only be
through an awareness 'of one'
"Lighten up while you
even try to understand, jus
to make your stand, and take
RUSSO, AGNES g t
Chorus 10, Softball it ' " -,
RYAN, JAMES- I, ,
RYAN, WILLIAML A
"What a long strange trip it'sjbeen.'7 .
SAAGER, RONALD J, j
SAAGER,TAMRE - I
SALIANLEDWARDI I I
Art Service Club, Foreign Exchange
Club. Volunteer for the Art Scholarship
"Resolve to be tender with the young,
compassionate with the aged, sympa-
thetic with the striving and tolerant
with the weak and the wrong. Some-1 ,'
time in life you will have been all of, ,
SALLE, MARISSA I
Flag Corps Director 12. Flag Corps 11,
Stage Crew for "Forum", "Business",
"Codspell". "Dolly", Yearbook 9 - 10,
French Club 11 - 12, Spanish Club 9,
Foreign Exchange Nice-Pres. 121, Act-
ing Sec. 11, Leo Club 11, Nat'l Honor
Society 11 - 12, Nat'l Ir. Honor Society
9. Winter Track 12, Newspaper Staff 12,
Float 12, Class Fund Raiser 10, Volun-
teered at El Library and Congressman
"Still round the corner there may wait a
new road or a secret gate, and though
we pass them by today, tomorrow we
may come this way and take the hidden
paths that run towards the moon or to
- L. R. R. Tolkien
SAPPIA, ROXAN NE
"May the road rise to meet you, may the
wind always beat at your back, may the
sun shine upon your face, may the rain
fall soft upon your fields and until we
meet again, May God hold you in the
palm ofHis hand."
Spring Track 10, Track Marathon 10.
Secretarial Club 11, Honor Roll 9 - 12.
Writing and Essay Contest 11
"For Yesterday is but a dream and
tomorrow is only a vision, but today
well-lived makes yesterday, a dream of
happiness, and every tomorrow a
vision of hope." I
"Good luck to all ofyou!"
SAVINO, MARGARET I.
'k'Love is: 'Mark and Irene'."
SCI-IAEF ER, CYNTHIA A.
Student 9 - 12
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lazz Rock, All-State, All-Eastern, Flag
Corps, Dance Corps
. .The musician may sing to you of
the rhythII1 which is in all space. but he
cannot give you the ear which arrests
the rhythm nor the voice that echoes it
. . . Dream on . . , Dream until your
dream comestrue. . ."
Band 10 - 12. Chorus 10, Foreign
Exchange 12, Civil Air Patrol 10 - 12
"YESTERDAY is already a dream, and
tomorrow is only a vision: but today.
well-lived, makes every yesterday a
dream of happiness and every tomor-
row a vision of hope."
"Life is worth sharing. Share it with
someone you love. I love you. Wayne."
"We're tomorrow's future: be careful."
Class Vice-Pres. 9. Nat'l Ir. Honor Soci-
ety 9, Girls Leaders 9, Float 9 - 12, Year-
book 9. Intramurals 9, High Honor Roll
9 - 12. Dance Corps 10 - 11 tI,eader 121.
Student Council 10 - 12, Nat'l Honor
Society 11 - 12, Ir. Prom Committee. lr.
Prom Attendant. Sr. Ball Committee,
"To have a friend. be one."
Football 9 - 10, Bowling, DEADicated
Gun Club 8. Rifle Team 8
"Give me the outdoors and fresh air of
UNGER, LORRAINE ANN
BOCES I 81 II11 - 12 tl-Iorticulturel, Bas-
"There is always a long swim to free-
dom. alone. in the water in the dark-
ness. The shore a fading memory and
the direction to gain. - PARTY!"
VALYO, IENNIFER E.
Float 9 - 10, "Outrageous Fortune"
fLeadl 9. Candystriper 9 - 10, Newspa-
per 9, Sports Night 9 -10, Chorus 9 -12,
Nat'l lr. Honor Society 9. Master of Cer-
emonies for Fashion Show 9, Aide to
Mentally Handicapped Class 9.
NYSSMA Medal 9, Drama Club 9, Bul-
letin Board 10. Field Hockey and Bas-
ketball Intramurals 10. Student Council
10, "How To Succeed . . Flag Corps
11, Bahamas 11
"My vessel is not full: my cup is not dry.
My blessings are abundant: yet my
covet is strong."
VAN ESS, TRACY
Varsity Tennis 10 - 12 tCapt. 123. Nat'l
lr. Honor Society tTreas. 93, Nat'l Honor
Society 11 - 12. 'South Pacific". "How
to Succeed". "Hello Dolly", jazz Rock
12. French Club 11 - 12, Broadcaster 12.
France '77, Aspen '78, BoBo's Anony-
mous. Zoo Ladies tQueenl
"Like Columbus in the olden days. we
must gather all our courage. sail our
ships out on the open sea, cast away
our fears and all the years will come
and go and take us up - always up."
VASTAN O, BARBARA
Foreign Exchange tPres. 12, Treas. 11l.
Ass't Director Flag Corps 12, Chorus 9.
11 - 12. School Newspaper 9.12. Nat'lIr.
Honor Society 9. Nat'l Honor Society
12. Leo Club tPres.12. Vice-Pres. 111
"Be glad . . . of what you are. of what
you are. . .that you are."
"Life has plenty of ups and downs. but
don't let that bother you because when
you think about it. there are many IDOTG
'ups' than 'downs'."
"Although life may take you to differ-
ent places. always remember you've got
yourself to depend on."
Orchestra 9. Intramurals 9 - 10
"What you do. what you say. what you
are may help others in ways you never
knew. Your influence. like your
shadow.. extends where you may never
"Live simply, so that others may simply
"Goodbye to all my friends in the class
Chorus 9 - 12. Foreign Exchange 9,
Intramurals 9, Marching Band 11, CPR
Course 11, Stage Crew 11 - 12, BOCES
"lf a man does not keep pace with his
companions. perhaps it is because he
hears a different drummer. Let him step
to the music he hears. however meas-
ured or far away."
"Live each day like there is no tomor-
row and never, never say die."
Handball 10 - 12, Rifle Club 9, AV
'Once a king, always a king. but once a
night is enough."
Field Hockey 10 - 12, Badminton 10 - 12.
Girls Leaders 11 -12, Intramurals 9 - 12,
Broadcaster News Editor 11 - 12, Nat'l
Honor Society tSec.J 11 - 12, Nat'l Ir.
Honor Society 9, Who's Who Among
American High School Students, Math
League 9 - 12, French Club 10 - 12, For-
eign Exchange 10 -11, Yearbook 9, Hing
Honor Roll 9 - 12. Spotlight "South
Pacific", "Outrageous Fortune". Girls
"Life offers what we are willing to give.
Always have the will to do Elizabeth."
"Whatever my secrets are, remember.
when I entrust thain to you. you
WATTERSON, NANCY A.
Volleyball 9 - 10. Softball 9. Intramural:
9 - 10, Honor Roll 9, 12, Chorus 9- 10
Orchestra 9. Float 9 - 12, Sports Night I
- 12. Broadcaster 12, Yearbook 12. Girl:
"Don't let life fool youg when you thinl
it's all over. it's only just begun."
"I'll always remember my friends anc
value my experiences. I'll always lovt
"Give me liberty or give me death."
"Make a wish and dream a dream . . .
no matter how unreal they seem,
toInorrow's beautiful and new and
filled with dreams that will come true."
Band 4 - 11, Track 8 - 9, Gymnastics 9.
Surfing B -12,Claming 9 - 12
"Your life is a reflection of everything
you've knovim, recycled together. uni-
quely your own. Do it with style, or any
way you choose. Life is too short: if you
snooze, you lose!"
WILLEMSEN, TOM .
"This high school is really a 'high'
Varsity Tennis 10 - 12
"True greatness, like a river, the deeper
it is, the less noise it makes."
Cheerleading. Nat'l Honor Society.
Broadcaster Editor-in-Chief. Float.
"God asks no man whether he will
accept life. That is not the choice. You
must take it. The only choice is how."
"May your heart's desires be with you."
WOOL, TIM '
Soccer 9 - 12, Lacrosse 9 - 12, Basketball
9 - 10. Yearbook Photographer 11 - 12
Handball European Handball Intra-
murals 12, Jeometry Whiz, joke Team
'1 - 12
"When things always seem to go wrong
and when you cannot find time to rest,
always believe that in the long. things
will happen for the best."
Spring Track 11 - 12
"l'm too old to rock and roll and too
young to die."
"To give someone a memory keeps you
close when you're apart."
A VERYSPECIAL THANKS TO:
Mrs. lane Sarcona, for all your time, patience and your confidence in us. Most of
all for holding back from your nervous breakdown till after the yearbook was
done. We never would have done it without you. 1
Mr. Thomas Sarcona and the English Dept. for their help with our senior quotes
and underclassmen pictures. A T
Mr. Dan Gleason, our Taylor Representative, for always coming to our rescue. TT
Mr. Norman Burg, for always having his camera ready. f Ty
Our Photographers: Lester Cohen, Eugene Demers 1andTi1nWool. There
have been no yearbook without you. T ,T yp 3 , .tl ypiy
MaryAnn Kornely, Mike McGahey, Ioe DiNigris and Phil
photosraphywork. p t.p. l ny jj
Ieanne Bringinan, Gerriann Iaeckeland their
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EAST ISLIP ASSGCIATION
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Besl Wishes +0 +l1e Graduales of
EAST ISLIP TEACHERS
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Robe . e ing - Presidenf
Roger Kenney - Firsf Vice-Presidenl'
Vincenf Sulpezio - Second Vice-Presidenl'
William Fay - Secre+ary
Chris ian Lavoie - Treasurer
de a ne - Pasl' Presidenf
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To 'rhe Class of '79 -
Mary Ellen Lacelera
Here s +o a Happy Life
Good Luck Always 78-79 REDMEN
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If We Only Grasp I+ and II's Significance
Bes+ Wishes 'ro 'rhe
Nancy A Mangone Presidenl
Jaquelyn Smilh Vice Presideni
Terri Imbo - Secrelary
Leslie Forman -- Treasurer
Dr. Krishnan - Advisor
And Everyihing Is WorI'h Hs While
The Easl' Islip Chapler of +he
Na'I'Ional Honor SocIe+y
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