Edwin O Smith High School - EOS Yearbook (Storrs, CT)

 - Class of 1986

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CLASS WILL I, Jennifer Allen, leave Reese LaCasse, a pen to write messages on the bottoms of people's shoes. I, Heather Elizabeth Barclay, leave to jared, long talks and a plate of shrimp, to Steve a japanese-Irish accent in case he ever needs it again, and to my brother James, survival and happiness for the next three years. I, Randy Barrett, leave all leaky roofs to the freshmen. I, Denise Barstow, leave to Fraulein Theis a Mercedes Convertible to demonstrate her speedster capabilities in, to jared some doctors to take care of his Latin-class-induced ulcers, and backstage a few parsley plants for naive Drama Club freshman. I, Michael Baron, leave my literal, democratic news to Chris Bevin. I, Elizabeth Bassett, leave to all my friends lots of luck and happi- ness, jill Rose, one pound of Washington, D.C. wet Gummie Bears, Jennifer Webster, the memories of the talks to and from Volleyball games about ?, Trudy Quealy the nickname "Bruser", Andrea one last "moo." I, Mark Bilokur, leave a totem for Mr. Nelson and a sacrificed goat for Mrs. jerue-Archibald. I, Theresa Bouley, leave to the Field Hockey team the best of luck and the challenge for anyone to beat my accumulated amount of fraziers, to Carin, Sarah, Dee, Katey, Amy, Lauren, 8: Debbie I leave lots of love, to Dorota, a tongue so she can talk to people, Mr. McKinley, my eyes, and to my nephew Ernie, high hopes that he never has to deal with Mr. Freudenstein for Math. I, Brendon Boyce, leave Reiny-Heiny to take over the S.D.N. Mo- phia. I, Kimberlie Breu, leave to Melissa Wright, the encouragement to swim as well next year as she did this year. I, Melissa Burke, leave Susie, Allie, Linda, jennifer, and all the other future Varsity Volleyball players the motivation and the drive to win! I, Paula Burke, leave Mr. Csere my 52.5.00 deposit for the coffee club. Where is my mug? I, Megan Chapman, leave Chris Conrad his M.I.B, and R.A.H. in hopes that he will use them well, to Dana Garrison, a box of index cards, six blue pens and a Diet Pepsi, I leave my place in Mr. Thomen's class to anyone who can give him a bigger hassle, and my love and encouragement to everyone in Vo-Ag. I, Darryl Chiang, leave to little sister Tracey 30 vats of heath bar crunch and one big spoon so she can "chow" indifinitely! I, jennifer Clark, leave jon Clark all the luck in his last two years at EOS, to Scott Hall, a set of written instructions on how to play Ants in the Pants in PE next year. I, Dan Cokash, leave to Mike Savino, all my good busts. I, Russ Crossen, leave my ability to make bracelets to anyone who wants it. I, Lisa Davis, leave Rebecca the long, boring bus rides, to Lori, my laughter so she can keep in good spirits during those "B" studies, to Brian, all my love, and my passing grades - you'd better keep them up, Buddy! I, joe Deslauries, Leave good times with Mrs. White, and Mr. G to my worthy substitutes. I, Richard DiCapua, leave my brother, Ken, a good slap of some good sense to help him through next year. I, Tammy Dionne, leave Jennifer Saegaert the "new" E.O. Smith that I never had the chance to enjoy, to Liz Millette, a memorable senior year. I, Mic Doyle, leave all my computer software to David Kelly. I, Steph Duers, leave to Moneca Breiland, stealing her own car, to jason Rucker, money so he can get a good hair cut, and to Greg Cowen, lots of luck and fun in the future. I, jennifer Duguay, leave to Orion a big smile and lots of fun, to Melissa, and Dina lots of luck, and to jan, stay out of trouble!! I, Cathi Dunnack, leave to Bruce Roper, a lot of good luck. I, Kathy Fairbanks, leave better luck to the swim team and a coach, to Peirre, I leave a cinnamon-raisin donut, and to jumbo, a hug and an everlasting smile, "I'll miss youll" I, K C, leave Marta, Sharon, Lori, and Marianne, the great times I had at E.O. Smith, and lots of hugs to make it through the year without me. I, Erin Flynn, leave Debbie Thompson the best of luck in her next 3 years at E.O. Smith, and to Kent Madden, a piece of ABC gum. I, Richard Frappier, leave to Mr. Diamond, all the pens I borrowed from him, and to Ms. Maljanian, a worry free life. I, Terrie Frappier, leave to Timmy Bryant, some brain cells to make it through the remaining years at this pit! I, Kathe Gable, leave to Valerie P. and Kim S. a carton of Marlboros to smoke at the FAC behind Iimmy's back. I, Adine Garrison, leave to Don Sholes the hope that he will learn that Ford is, and always will be, better than Chevy and Dodge. I, Aaron Geramin, leave to Mr. R a wack up side the head. I, julie Glode, leave to Andrea, a hug and a "hoot", to Bryn, Glenn, Roger, and Shannon, a big hug and lots of luck in their remaining years at Smith, and to Cathi, Lisa, Beth, Bryan, and Tracy, good luck for the future, and thanks for all the good times. I, Eric Greenwald, leave Monique with her final year at Smith - make it a good one! I, Theresa Gyure, leave to Ron Grover bubble gum, jelly beans and lots of happiness. I, Alyson Haeger, leave to Todd Maines, the present he never gave me and to joe Stake, the hope of making it to my parties. I, Stephanie Hawthorne, leave to Ryan Hawthorne, the best of luck in the hole they call E.O. Smith, and the teachers, good luck with my youngest Brother Brandon. I, james Hayes, leave to David, my ability to slip by any hall monitor unseen!! I, jean Lee, leave to Mr. Blanchette my overstretched glass rods, to Gerbil Shark, our book of notes, to my sister, Tracey Chaing, good luck in CC and lots of fun, to Marc Bailey, the math team and 1,00 tickles, and to Rebecca Earley, the best memories of my life and an everlasting friendship - love ya! I, jesse Lerman, leave to David Bennett, a box of Goobers candy, the reasons for which are obvious, and the Sarah Dane, a specimen jar. I, Matthew Litt, leave to Dave "pops" Bennett, my underworld Empire, to jen and Melissa - lots of luck with their law firm and a smily, to Chris Mercier, a new set of lungs, and to S much love and "Thank you". I, Stanley Maclure, leave to Chris Conrad two more years of putting up with Mr. Cook. I, Kevin Maines, leave jim Emmino a bowl to wash his face. I, Leila Manfred, leave to Liz and Deena all the luck in the world to live through their last years at E.O. Smith, and to Shorty, the strength to continue working at Smith because he is much appreci- ated. I, Jeannette Marchisa, leave to Mrs. Higgins, a larger refrigerator, a new coffee maker and a microwave oven to complete her kitchen. I, Heli Martinson, leave to Laura Manning 3 more great years and a field hockey party, to Pierre, our morning chats, and to Jumbo, the great times and his nephew, and finally to Greg Cowan and Lyle Yorks, a lots of "hi's". I, Dawn Mattison, leave to Larry, all my love and dreams of tomor- row, to jamie, Kate, Kristi, and Sarah, a great senior year, to Tim, a pack of cigarettes, to Tad, money for the video in Paul's, to Barbie, good luck and another big sister. I, Kevin McCall, leave my AMC Hornet to Larry Tangari so he can faithfully come to school everyday. I, Natasha Millikan, leave to joe Beermann, an indestructable teeth- ing ring lperhaps made of ironj and a garter belt, and to Jared Leadbetter, Memories of Gypsy moth caterpillars, forgiveness Ifinal- lylj, and the big hug that he deserves for having such awesome parties. I, Lori Mills, leave to the Class of '87 best wishes, and to Kelly Lockwood, my good personality because she needs it. I, MaryEllen McGuire, leave to Encka Carter, a gallon of OJ and a 1985 SAAB, to Dave Bennett, memories of the BUNDA joke, to Dave

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