Enfield High School - Echo Yearbook (Enfield, CT)

 - Class of 1986

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t ' .Ooon i ■ h ) , tof mjA Ml? (J ?hji Q .M0 l dady OJui (MumlM w,.C!S:vW,JrXw wtliu uiiMit jW-mm uK HfUijf omL , haxr ‘X oUfMci cuxl ■ QMui, d. Mk VO fm? ifx 4ktikk mp iM 9 ' ?T?i JfMjUk, IklUK. iMUU IMM -dloM , , tC it ' oKroiW; niieid, (Connecticut i986 Ver Special Plc ace " » » J ' ' - . ■ ». ' •» -• ' i j r . -- ■ 3 Facul aT ' ' ' ' 4 . Uriyer6la»srTk i ypenij g S tion « . . . . . b Aetjyiti ' - • Senior Formals.,.» . . .-. . IS ' • ■ ’ - - . ’ , . Senior Caisfli ls . 3. Ada ’ ' . .: v.il . - ' ' Superlatives . f . . 59 ’,(!toain « ‘ ‘ V • • - . ' " T- ' ' " ■ -: - •. -y. i-y 3 To the Class of “86” May the good limes you’ve shared in Enfield High School be remembered forever while your frustrations wane with the years. May your future be filled with loving relationships and the knowledge that you’ll always be missed. May you con- front your daily challenges with endurance and the ensuing years with grace. T M. he class of 1 986 lakes great pride in dedicating the 1986 Echo to Mr. Robert Campbell. He has gone beyond his job of teaching English and has helped our class in so very many ways. As our class advisor he was always willing to lend a hand whenever asked. As a teacher he has helped each of us to grow and think as individuals. He has been there as a support to us during our years at Enfield High School. He has not only been our teacher and advisor but he has been our friend. We are truly grateful to this fine individual. Thank you, Mr. Campbell The Class of 1986 -Betsy Coakley 4 Each one of us needs a special place, a place we can call our own, a place to relax and to take in life. Enfield High School is one of those special places. Its classrooms and halls have served as meeting places and have been settings for special times. People’s State Eorest is another special place. It is not important whether we go there with a group or just a few friends; People’s Forest still holds precious moments to remember. On August 24, 1985, a group of seniors traveled the thirty miles to Barkharnpsted for a picnic and then on to John’s River Ride. Members of the class of 1986 tubed down the Farmington River, laughing, fearing, but most of all, becoming close friends. Echo 1986, a yearbook of memories and special times, opens with pictures taken last summer at the senior outing and photographs taken during the first week of school. These pictures are just the beginning of a year filled with precious memories and special places for the entire graduating class of 1986. — Patricia A. Dion 5 Those Special Places Study Hall Biology Lab Calculus A Classroom Senior F ormals Senior F ormals Senior Formals Senior Formals Class of 1986 Marc Adelberg Derek A. Agruso Sharon Albro David Aldrirb .»innVi Lk Aniv Allan Sharon Marie Ames Timothy J. Andersen Todd Archambault Kelly Baker Kirhard Armelim Kevin Arruda Catherine Mareelle Arvantelv Andrew Bankowski Kathleen M. Barberie Ronald Beaueage Bridget Beaudry Class of 1986 Pilar Belhumeur Barbara A. Boucher Lisa Ann Carpenter Thomas Bernier Angelo Bosco Kimberley A. Campbell Robert Campbell Christine Cartwright Paul Carzello Scott Bosworth Kenneth John Caputo Jona Cascia John Casey Jerry Chang Terry Chang Michelle Paula Chaplin Class of 1986 Robert Chester Tara Choinski John Cimino Kathleen Cimino Heather Clapp Marv Elizabeth Coaklev Kenneth Colbv Glenn Contois Sherry Contois Andrea Daigle ;ene Corneau Michael Crowley Patrick Depratti Charles O. Demirgian Steven Denker 18 Class of 1986 Christine Dinatale Patricia Ann Dion Paul M. Donohue Catherine Drinan Darlene Elcock Robert M. Evans III Shawn Fetridge Charles Fisher Michael C. Fisher Todd Fisher Brian Folio Renee Marie Fournier Karen Fritz Kimberly A. Carnage Donna Garcia Kristine A. Garlan Class of 1986 Sandra Garno Patrick D. Gill Joseph A. Guyette Matthew Hart Patrick Gaskell Karin Gendreau INorman Gill Todd Girard Eric Gross Margaret Gugliotti Andrew Hall Thomas Hall Richard Haraghey i L Sandra Haynes Lisa M. Heck Rytche Hedding 20 Class of 1986 Jill Hoey Patrick Howard Lisa Hoyt Tracy Ishler Kenneth Johnson Richard T. Jones Kimherly Kaczka Elaine M. Kadamus Michele Kamm Karen Marie Keeley Kathleen E. Kaplan Cheryl Keegan Timothy Ingalls Brenda Juneau Neal Kammerer Colene Kneiss Class of 1 986 Keith Kiinipa Patricia Lynn Lacroix Daniel Langan Lisa Laferriere Brian Lariviere Harold Lally Kimberly A. Lata Laurie Kolaczenko Robert Krzanowski Jason Lachniet Victoria Lamkins Kevin Lawler Jennifer Lawlor Paul Lavte Lisa Lecuc Jim Lee Class of 1986 Paul Lefemine Michael Lehouillier Irene Leitao Theresa Lipinski Elizabeth Anne Lvman Matthew Liddell Thomas Loftus Robert Lukas David Link Tracy Maggio Michael Malick Kellie Maloney Pamela Leitao Dana Livingston Thomas MacDonald Edward Martocchio Class of 1986 Rene Massev Steven McDonald Lori Massie Sean D. Maxson David McCahey n K . Kli Anthonv McGuire Linda Mehegan Joseph Messina Christine Anne Meverhans Matthew Mgrdichian Claude Midgette Paul Miller JefTrev Milne Leann Minukas Michael Morton Kevin Nadeau 24 Class of 1986 John Nadeau Jo Ann Olesky Bruce Oppenheimer Richard Oregan Jennifer Oneto John Norman Michele Anne Norris Christopher Noyes Lisa Palmer Anthony Partridge Maryann Pelligrinelli Joseph Partridge Michael E. Poppers Alison Pos| isil Athena Percoski Arthur Potter Class of 1986 Deborah Provencher Kevin Reardon Joseph Pych Ronald Reid Cheryl Ralston Peter Rhodes Jennifer L. Rask Karin Robert Jennifer Lynne Rohr David Schaefer Steven Roy Renee Scharoff Jennifer M. Sammon Leann Senio Donna Sartori Denise Setsky 26 Class of 1986 Christopher Smith Sherri Lynn Stracener Sharon A. Taylor Alan Traev Lisa Staley Lisa Taylor David Sferrazza Donald St. Pierre Frank Sullivan Candy Lee Spencer Sharon Sturtevant Patricia Tetrault Beth Tippo Kerrv Toolan 27 Class of 1986 Lisa Turi Derek Walling Daniel Tyler Paul Vibberts Erin C. Walker Erica W alters Michelle Ward Michelle M alsh Sherry Buddenhagen Kristen Choiniere W illiam Delaney Class of 1986 Hope-Denee Fortier Lorrie Murray Deborah Kinney Joanne Marie Nadeau Adele Labonte Sharon Noll Belinda Lowe Lisa Pare Karen Piemonte Sean Ryan Heather Sloan Pamela Thompson Carolyn Wick 29 Senior Candids Senior Candids Senior Candids I The Class of 1986 Remembers Nickname Trademark f avorite Expression Favorite Pastime Special Place Favorite Song and Group Ambition Pet Peeve Special Times ith Special Friends Marc Adelberg Derek Agruso Sharon Albro David Aldrich Marr E. AdeUx rg The “Marc Mobile " . . . “but of course " . . . rneeling new people . . . AMC . . . " Faithfully " . . . lo live in California . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Senior Representative 4; Jazz Ensemble 2, 3. 4; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variety Show 4; High Honor Roll 1, 2. 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary 4; Senior Prom Committee 4; Student Action Committee 3, 4; Homecom- ing Committee 4; Float Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4: Awards; Boys ' Slate 3; Computer 3; Who ' s Who of High School Students 3; Activities: Tennis Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Sharon L. Albro My lips . . . “wicked cool " . . . jki- ing . . . Rob ' s house . . . Eagles — James Dean, to go to Fairmont, In- diana . . . Girls ' Track 1; Bowling Club 1; Office Aide I, 2. 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chonjs 1, 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 1; Senior Variety Show 4; Senior Prom Committee 4; Ger- man Exchange Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Float Commit- tee 2, 3, 4; German Night 2, 3, 4; Class Night Committee 4; Activities: Junior Achievement 1, 2, 3, 4 David J. Aldrich “Slick " . . . scorpions . . . “get out of here " . . . sleeping . . . my car . . . Scorpions ... to become wealthy . . . Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2; Awards: Drafting C 2; Activities: Skeet Club 1, 2, 3; Stu- dent Social Council 1, 2 Amy Allan Sharon Ames Amy C. Allan “Amers " . . . whalers . . . “Oh my god! " . . . going out . . . Timber Trails . . . Bryan Adams ... to win the lotto . . . J.V. Softball 1; Girls ' Track 3, 4; J.V. Girls ' Basketball 1. 2, 3; Varsity Girls ' Basketball 4; Varsity Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Of- fice Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 3, 4; Usherette for Graduation 2; Student Social Council 3. 4; Class Ring Committee 2; Float Committee 2. 3, 4; Awards: Music 3; State Champions in Field Hockey 2. 3 Sharon M. Ames “Dooz " . . . “what? " . . . the beach . . . Bryan Adams . . . Ski Club 2; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 1. 2, 3, 4; Usherette for Graduation 3; Senior Prom Committee 4; Float Commit- tee 2. 4 Todd S. Archambault “Archy " . . . my car . . . “where ' s the party " . . . Baseball . . . McDonald s . . . The Cars ... to do my best . . . J.V. Football 1, 4; Var- sity Football 4; Varsity Baseball 1; J.V. Boys ' Basketball 1; J.V. Boys’ Soccer 1, 2; Ski Club I. 3. 4; Automotive Club 3, 4 Richard Armelin “Pinhead " . . . guido . . . “speak to me son” . . . spending time with Kim . . . Boat launch . . . “Lay it down " ... to be successful in everything I do . . . Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Activities: Special Ed Aide 2 Timothy Andersen Todd Archambault Richard Armelin Kevin Arruda Catherine M. Ar antely " C " . . . pla ing the piano . . . H‘ . . . listening to and plaving music ... a galaxy far. far awas . . . Br)an Adams ... to achieve success and fulfillment in the field of medicine . . . Muzac . . . Ski Club 1, 2. 3. 4; Chorus 4. Accompanist 4: Band 1, 2. 3. 4, Treasurer 3, Secrelarv 4; Jazz Ensemble 3; String Ensemble 3; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variety Shov 4; High Honor Roll 1. 2, 3. 4: National Honor Society 3, 4. Presi- dent 4; Senior Prom Committee 4; Student Action Committee 1, 4: Spanish Club 4: Lamplighters 1. 3. 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Float Committee 4; Class Night Commit- tee 4: A %ards: Biology 1; Chemistry 2; French 2, 3; Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership A vard 2; History 3; Harvard Book .Avvard 3; .Ac- tivities: Science Club 2 Kelly A. Baker " Kei” . . . " B " . . . Led Zeppelin ... to graduate . . . Magazine Drive 4; DECA L 2. 3. 4; School Store 1. 2, 3. 4; Senior Variety Shov 4 Andy J. Bankowski “Banker” . . . my ankle . . . “hey man” . . . Kellie ' s house. . . Rush ... to make money . . . J.V. Baseball 1; Varsity Baseball 2. 3; J.V. Boys’ Soccer 1; Talent Show 1 Thomas Bernier Ronald Beaucage Pilar Belhumeur Angelo Bosco Andrew Bankowski Kelly Baker Catherine Arvantely Kathleen M. Barberie “Kaly” . . . there’s a bronco!” . . . seeing Todd . . . the l each . . . Bad Company . . . Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variety Shov% 4 Bridget L. Beaudry “Cidget” . . . Lx ' audry butt . . . " later!” ... skiing Rockadundee . . . “Careless whisper” ... to have a lifestyle of the rich and famous . . . J.V. Soft- ball 1; Girls ' Tennis 3, 4; J.V. Ftwt- ball. Manager 1: Student (»overn- menl 1; Varsity Cheerleading 4; Ski Club 1; Class Treasurer 1; Magazine Drive 4: Senior ariety Show 4; Honor Roll 3. 4; High Honor Roll 4; I’sherette for Graduation 2: Senior Prom Commit- tee 4; Student So ' ial Council 1 ; Homecoming Committee 2: Float Committee 2, 3, 4: Class Niglit Committee 4 Pilar M. Belhumeur ”P " ... my eyes . . . ”fag” . . . drawing . . . summer cottage . . . Madonna ... to be a successful fashion designer . . . Varsity Girls’ Soccer, Manager 2, 3; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variety Show 4 Scott E. Bosworth ”Boz” . . . my motorcycle . . . “yea right” . . . cruising . . . Sandy Beach . . . Iron Maiden ... to graduate . . . Senior V ' ariety Show 4; Motorcycle Club 2, 3: Automotive Shop 3, 4 Kathleen Barberie Bridget Beaudry Scott Bosw ' orth ♦ Sherry Buddenhagen Kimberley Campbell Robert Campbell li Barbara Boucher Kenneth Caputo Lisa Carpenter Christine Cartwright Paul Carzello Jona Cascia 2, 3, 4; Lamplighters 3. 4; Junior Prom Committee 3: Float Commit- tee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Eastern Regional Concert Band 3; Girls State Alternate 3; Awards: Biology 1, Chemistry 2, Band 2, 3; Science Club 2 Christine Cartwright “Tina” . . . my lone dimple . . . “oh my!” . . . running . . . the track . . . “Wild and Crazy love” ... to own my own physical therapy sporls medicine center . . . SAT review math . . . Girls ' Track 1. 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Varsity Girls ' Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4; Varsity Field Hockey 1. 2, 3, 4. Captain 4; Varsity Volleyball 1, Manager; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 1, 2. 3, 4; Senior Prom Committee 4; Student Social Coun- cil 4; Float Committee 4; Awards: All league (Girls Track) 1, All league and all state 3 Paul J. Carzello “P.J.C.” . . . being paranoid . . . football . . . Black Sabbath ... to get rich quick . . . Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 1; High Honor Roll 3 Jona M. Cascia “Jo” . . . my laugh . . . “oh — !” . . . bowling . . . Van Halen ... to be an accountant . . . Yearbook 2. 3, 4; Class President 3; Magazine Drive 4; DECA 3, 4; School Store 3, 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 1. 2 , 3, 4; National Honor Society 3. 4; Usherette for Gradua- tion 1, 2; Senior Prom Committee 4; Student Social Council 1. 2. 3, 4; Spanish Club 2; Class Ring Com- mittee 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Homecoming Committee 2, 3, 4; Float Committee 3, 4; Class Night Committee 4; Awards: DECA (Jr. Representative) 3, President 4; Stu- dent Social Council (Secretary) 2. 3. President 4; Dartmouth Club of Hartford 3 John P. Casey “Case” . . . my smile . . . playing the drums . . . where my friends are . . . The Police . . . to l e content . . . Golf 3. 4; Band 1. 2. 3. 4; Jazz Ensemble 1, 2» 3. 4; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 1, 2. 3. 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Marshal for Graduation 2, 3. 4 Barbara A. Boucher “Barb” . . . “whatever” . . . cheerleading ... with my friends . . . “Into the Night” ... to lx decisive . . . people with more than one face . . . Yearlx)ok 2. 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4; Senior V ' ariety Show 4; Honor Roll 3. 4; High Honor Roll 1; Usherette for Graduation 3; Senior Prom Commit- tee 4; Student Social Council 3, 4; FBLA 2. 3; Float Committee 1, 3. 4; Class Night Committee 4 Kimberley A. Campbell “Kim” . . . Good excuses . . . “oh well” . . . partin ' . . . Misquarnicut, Rl . . . Led Zeppelin and Deep Pur- ple ... to graduate . . . Senior Variety Show 4 Robert J. Campbell “Soupy” . . . Mr. Mouse . . . “women in red” . . . golf . . . New Britain. CT . . . Johnnie Blade ... to go to a small four year college and make money . . . Boys ' Track 1, 2, 3, 4; J.V. Boys’ Soccer 2; Varsity Boys’ Soccer 3. 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 1. 2, 3, 4; Na- tional Honor Society 3. 4; Marshal for Graduation 3; Awards: All League (Track) 1, 2, 3, 4; All State (Track) 3, 4 Kenneth J. Caputo “Ken” . . . new balance sneakers . . . “candle everyone!” . . . rac- quetball . . . Howard Jones ... to publish a novel . . . Boys ' Track 2. 3. 4; Captain Cross Country 4; Boys’ Swimming 1. 2, 3, Captain 4; Float Committee 3, 4; Manager Girls ' Swimming 3; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4 Lisa A. Carpenter “L” . . . worrying too much . . . “are you mad at me?” . . . listening to the radio . . . Cathy ' s house . . . Huey Lewis and the News ... to achieve success and fulfillment in the field of veterinary medicine . . . rainy days . . . Girls ' Track 3, 4; J.V. Volleyball 2, 3; Varsity Volleyball 4; Ski Club 4; Band 1. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Treasurer 4. Equipment Manager 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variety Show 4; High Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4; Senior Prom Committee 4; Spanish Club 1, Jerry Chang Terry Chang Michelle Chaplin Kristen Choiniere Micliellt Paula Chaplin " Shell ’ . . . pink . . . " na iui ” . . . l ke Dunmore, T . . . " Lose Me Tomorrov " . . . lo be rich, famous and liappx . . . Chorus 1. 2. 3. 4 . . . Magazine Drive 4; Senior arielN Show 4; High Honor Roll 3. 4; Lamplighters 4: National l tin Kx- am 2; Anny 1 985 4 Kristen M. Choiniere " Blizz” . . . cheerfulness — always on the move . . . " Mobile Unit . . . daydreaming . . . wherever mv friends are! . . . Madonna ... to be successful in all I do . . . Manager Varsity Bovs Soccer 3, 4; Captain J.V. Cheerleading 1; Varsity Cheerleading 2, 3. 4; Captain Varsi- ty Cheerleading 3. 4: Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 1. 4; High Honor Roll 2, 3; National Honor Society 3. 4; Usherette for Graduation 3: Senior Prom Committee 4; Float Commit- tee 2, 3. 4: Class Night Committee 4; Awards: Briarwood Book .Award Tara L. Choinaki Kathleen M. (jniino " kath” . . . mv height . . . " UH tle " . . . sot ' cer . . . " THK BFACH " . . . l.ed Zeppelin ... to Im successful . . . Varsitv (ijrls Swcer 2. 3. L Manager J. . Fimtball l;(.lu)ru 1; Yearlxxvk 4; Class S crelary 3; Magazine Drive 4; Senior arietv Show 4; Senior Prom ( ' .ommiltee 4; Homecoming ( ' x mmilte( 4; F ' lo.il Commillet ' 3. 4; ( ' .lass Night Com- mittee 4 John 1). Cimino " Johnnv C " . . . " hev h v hev ' . . . music . . . the chicken ranch . . . Iron Maidtm . . . Harvard Universitv . . S nior Variety Show 4 Mary Klizaheth Coakley " Betsy . . . freckles ... " I don ' t gel it” . . . skiing . . . M lA parly house ... U2 ... to go to a four year college and have fun . . . the nunvber 3 and reverse dives . . . Girls Swimming 1, 3. 4: (iirls Ten- nis 2. 3. 4; Manager of Boys Swim- ming 3. 4; Ski Club 1. 2. 3. 4; A earlxxvk 2. 3. 4: Editor of Year- book 4; Class Historian .3. 4; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Nariety Show 4; High Honor Roll 1, 2. 3. 4; National Honor Society 3. 4; Homecoming Committee 3, 4; FBL.A 2. 3; Float Committee 3. 4; Class Night Committee 4; S.S. Lab 3. 4 John Cimino ■ % Kathleen Cimino Heather Clapp Robert Chester " Tara . . . red hair . . . Journey . . . Manager of Varsity Football 4: Office Aide 1. 2, 3; Chorus 4; Band 1, 2, 3: Senior Variety Show 4; Stu- dent Social Council 4; German Ex- change Club 3: Class Ring Commit- tee 2; (German Night 3 Tara Choinski Mary Elizabeth Coakley 38 Glenn Contois Andrea Daigle Ken Coll))’ Sherry Contois Michael Crowley Sean Dejongh William Delaney A. “Ken” . . . la lore(i shirls . . . No Proltlcin ' ' . . . skiing . . . AM(- . . . Orncsis . . . lo ohm a Porsthr 959 . . . Ski Club 2. :C 1; Band I. 2. 3. !■; Ja y Pnscmbk 2. 3. 4; Maga itic Drix C Senior Variel) Sliow 4; Honor Boll 1: lligl) Honor Boll 2. 3. 4; v ' Nalional Honor Soeiel) 3. 4: IkjNs Stale 3: Junior Kepresenlalive of Band 3; Vice-President of Band X Glenn (k nloiH ‘ ' (denn ... " A a right ” . . . girlfriend . . . Sandv Beach . . . “l nla ... to graduate . . . Senior Variety Show 4; Host for Junior Prom 3 Gene Gorneaii " IJ ' Bene " . . . ? ' . . . Wallace . . . Partying . . . B«‘ing with girlfriend an)where . . . Led Zeppelin . . . To graduate from Porter Chesler In- stitute . . . J.V. Football 1; W restl- ing 4; Automotive (3ub 2 Michael Crowley ‘•Mikev C. . . , Hmkev . . . THK i(T! . . . Iron Maiden — ‘Hevela- tions . . . own a Lamborgini . . . J.V. Football 1. 2; Varsity lc Hoc key 3. X: Senior Variety Show 4 Andrea Daigle “.Ang . . . Shopping . . . Bryan Adams . . . Office Aide 2. 3; Band 1. 2. 3: Magazine Drive 4: Senior Variety Show 4; (d rman Kxchange Club 3 W illiam Delaney “Bill . . . “awesome . . . Sports . . . Football Field . . . Ashbury Park. Bruce Springsteen ... to be rich ... J.V. Football 1: Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Varsity Sfiow X: Lsher for (Graduation 3 Charles Demirgian Steye Denker “Rarnbo . . . Plaid . . . “Dl ' DK . . . Ouisin chics . . . Katy ' s . . . Judas Priest . . . lo graduate . . . Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variety Show 4 Steve Denker Chrinitine A. DinatAle ‘( ' hris” . . . fingernails . . . “marxelous . . . dancing . . . an llalcn . . . igiioranl M ' oplc . . . ar- sil (iirls ' StxH ' tT 2; Ski Club 2. 3. 4: Senior ariel Show 4: Honor Roll I. 2; High Honor Roll 3. 4; Senior Rroin CoininilUH Sjunish Club 2. 3. !■; Homecoming ( ' ommil- Uv 2. 3. 4 Patricia . [)ion “The Inner . . . Iwo waU ' hes . . . “oh m god! — no wa . . . inler- 1 hkI medilallon . . . Kriendly ' s . . . “liuijicible ’ . . . lo own a porsche . . . CaU ' ulus homework . . . ear- lHH k 4: (dass Secretar Magazine Drive St ' nior arielv Show 4; High Honor Roll 1. 2. ' 3. 4; Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4. Vice President 4: Senior Prom Commit- tee 4; Student Social Council 3: Spanish ( ' lub 1, 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 1, ice President 2. Treasurer 3, President 4: Junior F ' rom (Commit- tee 3; Float Committee 2. 3. X: (Class Night 4 Catherine J. Drinan “(Cate” . . . singing . . . “cool Iveans!” . . . reading . . . the beach . . . ( nesis ... lo l ecome an ac- Christine Dinalale Patricia Dion Paul Donohue Darlene Elcock Patrick Depratti Catherine Drinan Mike Fiore Charles Fisher Robert F ans tress or autluir . . . ni.ilh . . . J. . Field Ho kev I. («irls " Swimming 3. Bovs ' Swimming (Manager! 3. : (Chorus I. 2. 3, (Class u e Prt-x- denl t: l.ilerarv Magazine 3: Magazine Drive 4; Nmior ari«‘lv Show C Honor Roll 3: Htgi) Honor Roll 1. 2. f: Nation.il Honor Stn ielv 3. S« nior Prom C.ommitttH !■: Slmlenl t»on (Commitlt 3, C rls Y esiiv .il 1 . 2. 3. C I.4iinplighlers 2. 3. f: Float (Commit- tee 2. 3, Darlene KIcock “Dar” . . . “t h sufler . . . Ix ' ing willi friends . . . “Heaven” ... to get out ol luT» . . . Magazine Drive Robert M. Kvaiis III “Weez” . . . “live .ind lt‘ani . . . working . . . “I ' d love to i-hange the world . . . lo Ik all vou tan Ik Chuck B. F ' isher uk . . . l.eil ep{M lin 40 Donna ( arcia KitTiberly (damage I’alrick (jaskell Todd Fisher Brian Folio Hope-Denee Fortier Karen F ritz Kristine Garlan Mi( ' ha«‘l C. Kiwhrr “Mike ()” . . . ‘f)iuikc’ . . . ricliup . . . SaiuK Hoiirli . . . igg Slardiisl . . . io graiiualr Hop«‘-l ene«» K. F »rti r “HofX’sler . . . tny hcigfil . . . hf s ) uiicoulir ' . . . j)arties . . . Saiidv Hfa h . . . IMiil Oollins . . . lo b ome famous . . . Vear- fKK)k f: Maga ino Drive U Senior Prom Oommillee 4; Sludenl Social (iouncil I: Slu ienl Action ( ' .ornmil- lee X: flealih (]ar »ers 3, !•; Float C.ommittee 3, 4; (llass Nighi C.om mill(‘e 1- Karen M. Fritz “Fritter ' . . . musc les . . . ’ fK»opy . . . s()orls . . . New Jersey . . . Scor- pions ... to have a successful career in physical therapy or nurs- ing . . . ( ' alculus . . . Varsity Volleyball I. ( aplair) 1; Varsity (»irls’ Soccer 2. 3. 4. (Captain 2. 3. 4; Ski (4ub 1. 2: Magazine Driye 4; Senior Variety Show 4: ffigh Honor Roll 1. 2, 3. 1-; National Honor Society 3, 4; Senior Prom (Commit- tee 4; Spanish (Club 3. 4; Junior Prom (Coimnittee 3; Homecoming (Commillee 4; Float (Committee 2, 3, 4: (Class Night (Commillee 4: Awards: S ianish 3. 4; MVP Soccer 2. 3; MVP Softball 2; Volunteer (Nursing home) 1. 4; Varsity (Girls ' Softball I. 2. 3. 4. V ' arsity (Cirls Basketball 3 Kimberly A. Gamage “Kim " . . . my creativity ... “I had surgery! . . . emotionally upselling my mother . . . VOrk Beach. MF . . . Led Zeppelin . . . leaving my mark on the world . . . fyeing ignored . . . Student (iovern- rnenl 2. 4; Office Aide 1. 2. 3. 4; Art (Club 1. 2. 3. 4; (Class President 4; (Class Vice f residenl 2; Magazine Drive 4: Senior Variety Show 4: Honor Roll 1. 2. 4: High Honor Roll 3: National Honor Society 3. L Senior Prom (Commillee L Slu lenl Action (Co?nmitl e 3: Spanish (.lub 3. X: Vris Festival 1. 2. 3. X: (Class Ring (Committee 2: Jutiior Prom (.(Jiiimittee .3; Honu ' coming (Com- mittee 2. 3. 4: FBI. A 2. 3. X: Float (Commillee 2. X: (Class Night (Coni- millee X: Awards: Outstanding Art 1.2.3 Donna I.. Garcia “Doner . . . “no wav . . . [;hone . . . Forest Park . , . Phil (Collins . . . to go to college . . . (Chorus 1. 2. 3; News[)a[)er 1. 2: Vlagazine Drive L .Senior Variety Show L Honor Roll 3. X: High Honor Roll I. 2: Food .Seryices .3: Arts Festival 2: S.S. Lab 4 Kri.Htine A. Garlan “krissy . . . mv arrow . . . “what ' " ’ . . . the beach . . . 3’he Police ... to Ix ' come a doctor . . . Varsity (Cirls Soccer 2; Vlagazine Drive 4: .S mior Variety Show X: Honor Roll 1; High Hoiu r Roll 2. 3. L National Honor ScwicMy 3. L Lsherette for (Cradua- tion 3 Sandra l . (»arno “.Sandie . . . “yeah right! . . . reading and crafts . . . TD s . . . “Sea of Love . . . finishing my career . . . being ignored . . . SjK ' cial Kducation Aide- 1. 2. 3: (Chorus 1. 2. 3. L ! hysical Fduta- lion Aide 2; I ' alenl Show I : Vlagazine Drive X: Semior Variciy .Show L Senior Prom (Commillee L (Color (Cuard 1 : Health (Careers 3. 4: Junior Prom (Commillee 3; Homecoming (.ommiltc ' e L (.lass •Night (Commillee X: Awards: Sfiecial Kducation 3 Patrick M. (»askell “Raskell " . . . lo go lo college . . . J,V. Baseball I: Food .Service 3 Karin Gendreau " •» , " Norman Gill Patrick Gill Todd Girard LW Margaret Gugliotti 42 Karin Gendreau " DOE-DOE " . . . Fighters . . . " Kickin ' Dude” . . . " T so Tickets to Paradise” . . . in the Loiters . . . Food Sersices 3. 4 Patrick Gill " Pat” . . . Personality . . . " Hes Bud. Let ' s Parly!” . . . Football . . . The Street Light . . . " Sea of Love” ... To Succeed in X’hate er I Do . . . Varsity Football 1. 2. 3. 4; Var- sity Baseball 1. 2. 3. 4; Varsils Boss’ Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4; Golf 4; Magazine Drive 4; DECA 3, 4; School Store 3. 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 1, 2; High Honor Roll 3. 4; Marshal for Graduation 2. 3, 4; Senior Prom Committee 4; Science . v ard 1; DECA Vice-President 4 Todd Girard " Todd” . . . Gore Fesls . . . Ritchie Blackmore ' s Rainbow . . . College . . . Varsity Ice Hookes 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4 Margaret Gugliotti " Peggs” . . . Personality . . . " Oh, Yeah!” . . . Dancing . . . Sherry ' s House . . . " Endless Love” ... To Have .All My Hopes and Dreams Fulfilled . . . Oral Reports. Com- mercials . . . Manager Varsity Foot- ball 3, 4; Office .Aide 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3. 4; Magazine Drive 4; l)F.( ' ..4 4; School Store 4; Senior ariets Show 4; Float Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4 Joseph Guyelte " Slick” . . . Working . . . " No Sur- render” . . . Bruce Springsteen . . . To Become a Data Prtx ' essor . . . Office .4ide 3. 4; Librars .Aide 1; Magazine Drive 4: Float Committee 4; S.S. I-ab 4 Andy Hall " Andy” . . . Deso. Squeeze ... To Goseni the Slate of California . . . Boss Swimming 3; Golf 3, 4; J. . Boss ' Soccer 1. 2, 3; N’arsils Boss ' Soccer 4; Ski Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 1.2; High Honor Roll 3. 4 Thomas Hall " Tom T. Hall " . . . SCL B. Diving. Skiing . . . The Beach . . . Go to U. of New Hampshire and W in the Loi- ters . . . Ski Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Honor Roll 1. 4; High Honor Roll 2. 3; National Honor Society 3, 4: Float Committee 3, 4 Richard Haraghey " Rich” . . . My 72 Monte Carlo . . . " Well. Alright” ... In My Car . . . ZZ Top . . . Automotive Club 2. 3. 4 - V Joseph Guyette Andrew Hall ■rf2 Thomas Hall James Halpin Richard Haraghey Matthew Hart Sandra Haynes 4 . U Lisa Heck Richard Hedding Sandra Lynn Haynes “Sandra " . . . Office Aide 3; Magazine Drive 4; DE( ' -A 3, 4; Senior Vari ely Shov 4; School Slore 3,4 Liaa M. Heck “Lisa " . . . “be serious " . . . play keyboard . . . “Slraighl From The Hearl " ... lo be a successful business woman . . . lockers . . . Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variely Show 4; Honor Roll 4 Rytche J. Hedding “Animal " . . . passing oul . . . “Ag- gggggh! " . . . being obnoxious . . . Paradise Garden . . . Wiiches of Salem Die in the Night ... to go lo UCL.A . . . Literary Magazine 3; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variely Show 4: Student Action Committee 1, 2. 3; German Exchange Club 1. 2, 3: Spanish Club 3; Float Commit- tee 4; German Night 1. 2. 3; Awards: German III: Women Club Leadership; National Latin Test; Art Assistant German Teacher 1, 2, 3 Jill Hoey “Amma " . . . “totally cool " McDonalds . my nailpolish " . . . . . . hanging out at Scotland, United liiL i Patrick Howard Kingdom . . . Van Halen . . . lo lour Europe . . . Magazine Drive 4 Lisa Marie Hoyt “Jumping Spider " . . . eslerpoly . . . “more often than not " . . . goofing off . . . Low Brass Office . . . Bruce Springsteen ... to blend my esler- poly with that of the universe . . . Girls ' Track 1. 2. 3. 4; Varsity Girls ' Soccer 2; Band 1, 2. 3. 4; Band Aide 4; Jazz Ensemble 4; Str- ing Ensemble 3; Class Treasurer 2; Senior Variely Show 4; High Honor Roll 1. 2. 3. 4; Class Ring Commit- tee 2; Band Manager 4; Awards: Outstanding Earth Science; Outstanding Biology Tim M. IngallH “Tim " . . . cars . . . “thick " . . . rac- quetball . . . Silkslone Mountain . . . Bruce Springsteen . . . Hotel Management . . . Racquelball Club 4; Magazine Drive 4; DECA 4; School Store 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 3, 4; Food Services 3, 4; BMX racing 2. 3; IRSA Ra- quelball Club 4 Ken Johnson “Ozzy " . . . Ozzy Osbourne . . . Chris . . . Anywhere with Chris . . . Iron Maiden “Run to the Hills " Lisa Hoyt Timothy Ingalls V Tracy Ishler Kenneth Johnson 43 Michele Kamm Brenda J. Juneau “ ' Cumby” . . . big hearl earrings . . . awesome ’ . . . going lo %alch ire hocke ... my boyfriend ' s house . . . “Cherish " ... lo b€H ' ome a secretary Kimberly A. Kaczka “Kro " . . . being silly . . . " he real — no nay! " . . . skiing and shop- ping . . . Stoddard. Nevs Hampshire . . . “Hungry heart " . . . lo go lo L’CONN for medicine . . . Varsity Softball 4; Girls ' Track 2; Office Aide 1. 2, 3. 4; Ski Club 4; Senior Variety Show 4; High Honor Roll 1, 2. 3. 4; National Honor Society 4; Senior Prom Committee 4; .Awards: Who ' s ho Among High School Students Elaine M. Kadamus “Lainy " . . . always sick . . . “that ' s funny " . . . spending time with Malt . . . Cedar Knob Golf Course . . . C2 . . . to own a porsche . . . No. 3 . . . Girls ' Track 1. 2. 3. 4; Guidance Aide 2, 3; Chorus I. 2. 3. 4: Year- book 3, 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Senior Prom Committee 4; Student Social Council 2; lamplighters 4; Float Committee 2, 3, 4: Class Night Committee 4: S.S. lab 2. 3, 4 Michele L. Kamm Petrified raisin . . . “when an indian runs " . . . drawing ... 23 Dale Rd. . . . The Firm . . . lo enjoy Florida . . . V ' arsily Soccer. Manager 4; J.V. Cheerleader 1; Varsity Cheerleader 2. 3. 4, Captain 3. 4; Magazine Drive 4; Senior V ' ariety Show 4; Usherette for Graduation 3; Senior Prom Committee 4: Spanish Club 2; .Arts Festival 1, 3. 4: Float Commit- tee 2. 3, 4; Class Night Committee 4 Neal J. Kammerer “Nasty Neal " ... my car . . . “don ' t worry about it! " . . . cruising . . . McDonald’s . . . “Juke box hero " ... to own my own business . . . Automotive Club 3, 4 Kimberly Kaczka Richard Jones Brenda Juneau Kathleen E. Kaplan “Al-e " ... my “New York City " clothes . . . “wicked bad! " . . . ski- ing in N.H. ... Sophia ' s with Pul . . . “You ' ve lost that loving feeling " . . . lo gel into law enforcement . . . Nurse ' s Aide 1. 2. 3; Chorus 1, 2. 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Senior Prom (Committee 4: .Arts Festival 1. 2, 3. 4; Honvecoming Committee 2. 4; Float Committee 2. 4: Class Night Committee 4: S.S. l.ab 4 Cheryl .A. Keegan “Blondie " . . . funny faces . . . “I ' m into it " . . . exercising and horseback riding . . . Cape Cod . . . Bruce Springsteen . . . lo work with children . . . J.V. B iselv ill. Manager 2; Office .Aide 1. 2. 3. 4; Chorus 1. 2; Senior Variety Show 4; Usherette for Graduation 3 Karen M. Keeley Shopping . . . Van Halen ... lo graduate from college . . . Office .Aide 1. 2. 3. 4; Yearlvook 4; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Honor roll 3. 4; Senior Prom Committee 4; I ' BUA 2. 3; Float Committee 1. 2. 4; Class Night Committee 4 Deborah A. Kinney “Debs " ... my eyes ... “I can ' t handle this " . . . playing the sax- ophone . . . l)androom . . . Huey Lewis and the News ... to graduate from college . . . J.V. Softball 1, 2; J.V. Vollevball 1: Varsilv VoUevball 2; Ski Club 3. 4; Band l. 2. X 4. Vice President 3, President 4: Band Aide 1. 2. 3. 4; Orchestra Choir 1. 2, 3, 4; Jazz Ensemble 1, 2. 3. 4; Literary Magazine 3. 4: Magazine Drive 4; Senior V ' ariety Show 4; Honor Roll 2. 3, 4; High Honor Roll 1; Senior Prom Committee 4; Student Social Council 4; Student Action Committee 1. 2, 3. 4. Vice President 4: Drum Majors 4: Awards: Improved Musician 2; Band 3; .Activities: Science Club 1, 2; Theater Orchestra 3, 4 Kathleen Kaplan Cheryl Keegan Karen Keeley Elaine Kadamus Neal Kammerer Debbie Kinney 44 Laurie Kolaczenko Robert Krzanowski Adele R. Labonte “Deli” . . . legs . . . “tootles! " . . . Latin II ... Sandy Beach . . . “Diamonds and Rust” ... to become an entrepreneur . . . J.V. Football (Manager) 1; Stage Hand 4; Talent Show 1; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 2; Senior Prom Committee 4; Student Social Council 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Homecoming Committee 2, 3, 4; Float Committee 2, 3, 4; Class Night Committee 4; S.S. Lab 4 Harold J. Lally “Lai” . . . my car . . . “it ' s casual " . . . skiing . . . Mt. Tom . . . “You ' re the Inspiration” ... to be successful . . . Varsity Football 1, 2, 3; Varsity Baseball 1. 2, 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Treasurer 3; Senior Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 1. 4; Senior Prom Committee 4; Float Commit- tee 3 Vicki L. Lamkins “Vic” ... to be happy . . . Chorus 1; Yearbook 4; Magazine Drive 4; DECA 3. 4; School Store 3, 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Senior Prom Committee 4; Float Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4 Jason Lachniet Lisa Laferriere Harold LaUy Victoria Lamkins Colene Kneiss Colene M. Kneiss “Col” . . . being with Jerry . . . the mountains . . . “Can ' t fight this feel- ing " ... to teach . . . V ' arsity Soft- bail 1; Varsity Girls ' Basketball 1; Varsity Volleyball 1. 2. 3, 4, Cap- tain 4; Magazine Drive 4; High Honor Roll 1. 2, 3. 4 Laurie E. Kolaczenko “Lor” . . . “later” . . . partying . . . my room ... to go to college . . . DECA 3; Honor Roll 4 Robert J. Krzanowski “Krez” . . . fishing . . . AMC . . . “Yesterday” ... to be an engineer” . . . Literary Magazine 3, 4; Senior Variety Show 4; High Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Awards: Social Studies 2; Physics Keith J. Kumpa “Keith” . . . Varsity Ice Hockey 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 2. 3. 4; Honor Roll 1, 2y 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Motorcycle 2, 3; Political Science 3 Keith Kumpa Adele Labonte Daniel Langan Lisa Leduc Paul Lefemine Michael Lehouillier Irene Leitao Brian Lariviere “Bri " . . . Rush . . . " Alrighl " . . . Play Guitar . . . MelRose . . . RUSH . . . Live in the Limelight . . . Varsity Boys ' Basketball 4; Art Club 1; Guitar Club 1; Maga 2 ine Drive 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Arts Festival 1,3. 4;S.S. Lab 4 Kimberly Lata " Kimmy " . . . The Beach ... the Doors ... To Teach English . . . Senior N ' arietv Show 4; Honor Roll 2,3.4 Kevin Lawler " Kev " . . . Freckles . . . “Holy Moses " . . . Football . . . " In the Air Tonight " ... To Be the Best I Can Be . . . J.V. Football 1; Varsity Football 2. 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 2, 3. 4: High Honor Roll 1 ; National Honor Society 3. 4; Marshal for Gradua- tion 3 Jennifer Lawior " Jenny " . . . Magazine Drive 4; DECA 3. 4; School Store 3, 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 3; Usherette for Graduation 3; Senior Prom Committee 4; Homecoming Committee 4; Float Committee 4 Lisa Leduc " Leela " . . . Partying!!! . . . Sandy Beach . . . ZZ TOP . . . Masters Kimberly Lata Paul Layte Kevin Lawler Jennifer Lawior Degree in Psychology . . . Varsity Girls Soccer 2; Class Secretary 1; Magazine Drive 4; Senior ’ariety Show 4; Float Committee 2. 3. 4 Jim Lee " B.T.M. " . . . Kilroy was here . . . " Get out of town " . . . Hacking . . . The Dragonfire B.B.S. . . . Huey Lewis and the News . . . Com- puter Electrical Engineer Paul Lefemine " Paul " . . . My Walk . . . Football . . . Sandy Beach ... To Ik Rich and Successful . . . J. . Football 1; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Senior N’ariely Show 4; Senior Prom Com- mittee 4 Irene Leitao " Renie " . . . My Singing . . . “You Just Relax " . . . Singing . . . Somers Mountain . . . Behemian Rhapsody - Queen ... To Be in the Movies or on T.V. . . . Office Aide 1, 2; Library .Aide 1. 2. 3; Chorus 1. 2. 3, 4; Band 1, 2. 3. 4: Band .Aide 1, 2, 3. 4; Stage Hand 1. 2, 3. 4; Jazz Ensemble 2, 3, 4: Siring Ensemble 1. 2, 3, 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 2. 3, 4; Arts Festival 2, 3, 4: Drama Club 1: Lamplighters 2. 3, 4; Awarded Outstanding Junior in Band 3; Finalist in the New England Celebrity Fesl.; Asst. Drum Major 4; Band Librarian 4; Eastern Regional Band and Chorus 3. 4; Sang National Anthem at Graduation 46 Pamela Leitao Matthew Liddell Theresa Lipinski Pamela Leitao “Pammy ... My I ugh . . . " Slurp " . . . 4H . . . Beach . . . Brian Adams ... To Graduate . . . J.V. Girls Basketball 2. 3; Varsity Girls ' Basketball 4; Manager P ' ield Hockey 2, 3. 4; Office Aide 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2. 3. 4; Band Aide 1. 2, 3, 4; Class Secretary 2; Magazine Drive 4; Senior V ' ariety Show 4; Honor Roll 4; Student Social Coun- cil 2; Arts Festival 1, 2, 3. 4; Lamplighters 4: Color Guard 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain Color Guard 4; Class Ring Committee 2; Homecoming Committee 2; Float Committee 2; Class Night Committee 4 David Link " Linker " . . . Grateful Dead . . . “Smokestack Lightning " . . . J.V. Baseball 1. 2; Varsity Baseball 3, 4; J.V. Boys Soccer 1, 2; Varsity Boys ' Soccer 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3; Magazine Drive 4; DECA 3, 4; Secretary of DECA 4; School Store 3, 4; Senior Variety Show 4 Theresa Lipinski " Lip " . . . My Tail . . . " Oh Baby, Oh So Good! " . . . Swimming . . . Highland Lake . . . Howard Jones ... To Go To College and Study Hard . . . Dudes . . . Girls ' Track 2; Girls Swimming 1, 2. 3, 4; Captain Girls ' Swimming 4; Manager Boys’ Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 3; Chorus 4; Yearbook 2, 3. 4; Class President 2; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variety Show 4; High Honor Roll 1, 2. 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Usherette for Gradua- tion 1, 3; Student Action Committee 2, 3; Spanish Club 2; As Schools Match Wits 1; Lamplighters 4; Class Ring Committee 2; Homecoming Committee 2; Float Committee 2, 3, 4; Class Night Committee 4; S.S. Lab 4; Superintendent’s Advisory Commit- tee 2; M.V.S. — Girls’ Swimming 3 Dana Livingston Thomas Loftus Dana Livingalon " Dana Lynn " . . . blonde . . . " Forget it " . . . Partying . . . Beach . . . Cherish To Travel . . . Manager Girls’ Softball 3; Senior Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 4; Health Careers 3. 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Thomas LoBus " Tom " . . . Unicycling, Skate- boarding . . . new Johnny 5 . . . Go To California . . . Boys T.ack 1, 2, 3, 4; Boys’ Swimming 2, 3, 4; Cap- lain Boys’ Swimming 3, 4; Manager Girls’ Swimming 4; Senior Variety Show 4; National Honor Society 3, 4 Belinda Lowe " Belinda " . . . " Ya know what I’m saying? " . . . Going to Parties . . . The Beach . . . Van Halen ... To Travel Around the World . . . J.V. Cheerleading 1, 2; Captain J.V. Cheerleading 2; Varsity Cheerleading 3, 4; Captain Varsity Cheerleading 4; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variety Show; German Ex- change Club 3; German Night 2, 3; Class Night Committee 4 Robert Lukas " Casmir " . . . Pentacle . . . " It’s Important " . . . Practicing the Oc- cult ... In Solitude . . . The Beatles . . . To Be One With the Universe . . . Band 1, 2. 3, 4; Band .Aide 1. 2, 3, 4; Jazz Ensemble 2. 3. 4; Newspaper 1, 2, 4; Senior Variety- Show 4; Awarded Outstanding Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior in Band 1. 2, 3; Manager of Band Road Crew 2, 3, 4 Elizabeth Lyman " Bethelman " . . . The W ho Thomas MacDonald " Mac " . . . restling 1, 3, 4 Belinda Lowe Robert Lukas Elizabeth Lyman Thomas MacDonald 47 Rene Massey Sean Maxson Dave McCahey Lori Massie Steve McDonald Tracy Maggio Ldward Martocchio Tracv Ann Mu gio raco . . . ni lieiphl . . . ()h m GihI” . . . cruising . . . iho Iwrns . . . Led ZepjK lin . . . lo v ork with children . . . J.V. Soflball 1; J.V. CluM ' rleading L 2; ( ' aplain J.V. ( ' heerleading 2: Vearlnu k 4; Magazine l)ri e 4; Senior Variely Show 4; Honor Koll 2. 3, 4; I ' sherelle for (Fradualion 3; KUxU CominilU ' t 1 . 2. 3. I Janis Majowilz JanU M. Majowitz “rrenchi . . . Bandanas . . . “Ualace " . . . dancing . . . Hadley Mountain . . . “Stuck on You " . . . go to school of the .Arts . . . Offic ' e .Aide 1. 2: Maeii ine Drive 4 Mike J. Malick “Mick ' . . . my kiss albums . . . " ‘Take OfT ' . . . (iore Kesls . . . lHH k sore, record store, or my house . . . Sc ' orpions . . . lo l)e in a famous band . . . J. . Kootlvall 3; Varsity Football 3; Boys ' Track 2; Senior Variety Show 4 Kellie L. Malonev “Kell ie ... “ya nerd . . . being with my friends . . . an Halen . . . lo make lots of money and enjoy what I do . . . Manager Freshman Bast ' ball 1; Manager J.V ' . Baseball 2: Chorus 1: Senior Variely Show 4; Honor Roll 3, 4; Usherette for (Graduation 3: Senior Prom Commit- tee 4 Michael Malick Eddie Martocchio “V ick F ' errari . . . the official beach comber outfit . . . “Pack This " . . . Gore Fesis . . . The U.S..A. . . . Judas Priest . . . lo play my guitar on the MTV . . . Wrestling 1. 2, 3, 4: Senior Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4 Kellie Malonev Rene Marie Ma! j«ey “Spike " . . . “vvicked ick)! . . . Tennis . . . " Head Over Heels " . . . succeed in whatever 1 do . . . Manager J.V . Boys’ Ba kelball 3. L Manager Varsity Boys’ Ba.sketbaii 3, 4; Varsity Field HtM-kev 1, 2. 3; (Girls ' I ' ennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 1, 2. 3; Phys-Kd Aide 2, 3. L Magazine Drive L DK(.A 3. L School Slort‘ 3, 4; Senior V ariety Show Lori . Massie “Munchkin " . . . my ( ' ibbagt ' Patch Feel . . . " Okayy y! No problem ” . . . Rolling Stones . . . Vledical C.areer . . . J.V. Volleyball 3; Varsity V ollevlKill L Chorus 1, 2; Magazine Drive L Senior V ariely Show L Ski Club 3. L Spanish CJub 2. 3, 4 Sean David Maxson “Sean " . . . " What a jK»ser ” . . . i(K king for one . . . the Nook . . . Fighlh Roul» Army ... to ac- complish everything I ' ve set for in college and then some . . . Ski C.lub 4: V earl)ook 3, L Senior V ariety Show V; Honor Koll 2, 3, L Lamplighters 4; Magazine Drive [)av id James McCahey " Davey " . . . Rush . . . become rich . . . J.V . F(K lball 1, 2; Varsity Foot- ball 1,2: J.V. Baseball 1,2; Varsity Baseball 3; Magazine Drive 4: Senior V ariely Show 4 Steve Joseph McDonald “Mac " . . . hat . . . “Dickerson Rules " . . . football . . . Blo k Island . . . “Black Dog, " Led Zeppelin . . . lo meet Eric Dickerson of the L. A. Rams . . . rich snobs . . . V arsily Football 1: Varsity Baseball 1, 2: J.V. Boys ' B;iskelball 1, 2: Wrestl- ing 1, 2, 3, 4; Newspaper 3, 4: Senior V ariely Show 4 te-t; Anlhony McGuire Matthew Mgrdichian Joseph Messina Christine Meyerhans 2; Varsity Boys Basketball 3: Cap- tain Varsity Boys ' Basketball U J.V. Bo)s ' Soccer 1; V ' arsity Boys ' Soc- cer 2. 3: Captain Varsity Boys ' Soc- cer 4; Magazine Drive 4: Senior Variety Show 4; High Honor Roll 1, 2. 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Grand Marshal for (Graduation 3; RPl Award; Yale Book Award Claude Midgette “Chuck” . . . Basketball . . . “You know what I ' m saying? ' . . . Going out with friends . . . Val ' s parties . . . Helix-Rock you ... To finish college and be successful . . . J.V. Football 1. 2; J.V. Baseball 1; Var- sity Baseball 4; J.V. Boys Basket- ball 1; Varsity Boys ' Basketball 2. 3; Newspaper 1; Named All-League and All-Star in Basketball Michael Morton “Mort” . . . Varsity Football 1. 2, 3. 4, Captain Varsity P ' oolball 4; Varsi- ty Baseball 4; J.V. Boys ' Basketball 1; Varsity Boys ' Basketball 2. 3; Captain Varsity Boys ' Basketball 4; Magazine Drive 4: Senior Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 2; High Honor Roll 3, 4; (Grand Marshal for Graduation 3: Float Committee 3. 4 Paul Miller Michael Morion Claude Midgette Jeffery Milne ' - ft Lee-Anne Minukas Tony McGuire “Gouch ' . . . “Hound dog gonna eat it all up ' . . . Sandy Beach . . . Pink Floyd . . . Try to succeed in life Linda Mehegan " Lin " . . . " Oh no! " . . . Biffs house . . . Frankie goes to Hollywood . . . Office Aide 2; Chorus 1, 2; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Float Com- mittee 4; Class Night Committee Joe Messina “Joe " . . . Being myself ... “I don ' t know " . . . Spending time with my girlfriend . . . Norma ' s house . . . You ' re the Inspiration ... To meet the goals I have set for myself in life . . . J.V. Baseball 1, 3; J.V. Boys ' Basketball 1. 2; J.V. Boys ' Soccer 1, 2; Varsity Boys ' Soccer 4; Ski Club 4; Magazine Drive 4; Float Committee 2; S.S. Lab 2 Matthew Mgrdichian “Merg” . . . J.V. Baseball 1, 2; Var- sity Baseball 3, 4; Captain Varsity Baseball 4; J.V. Boys ' Basketball 1, 49 Christopher Noyes Jo Ann Olesky John Norman Michele Norris Jennifer Oneto Joanne Nadeau John Nadeau Sharon Noll Lorrie Murray l rrie Miirra " Murr . . . Arms . . . “No . . . (voing Oul . . . HtxMhbay Mar- U)r, Maine . . . “Jungleland. ' Bruc ' e Springsteen . . . Make Mone . . . earing Something Normal . . . J. . Softball 1. 2; arsily Kield Hw ' kes 1. 2. 3, 4; Manager It ' e Mtx ' key 2. 3; Office Aide 2; Magazine Drive 4 Joanne Nadeau “Jo-Jo” . . . David I.t e Roth . . . “Mavlx you didn’t hear me ’ . . . Partying . . . Forest Park . . . “Satisfaction Guaranteed” ... To B Suctvssful In F.very thing I Do ... Office Aide 1. 2. 3; Senior ariet Sltow 4; Special Education Aide 3. 4 Kevin Nadeau " Migltly Mouse” . . . Moustache . . . “Fat ’em out” . . . Everywhere . . . DIO. Gary Moore. Van Halen John Nadeau “J.T.” . . . “Don ' t worry alxvut it!” . . . Weekends at McDonalds . . . FtHxl Marl Parking Lot . . . Van Halen. “Running with the Devil” . . . Two Year Technical College . . . J.V. Bovs Biiskelball I. 2; Honor Roll 1. 2 Sharon Noll “Shawin” . . . “Oh no” . . . Bryan Adams ... To Be Rich and Suc- cessful . . . Manager of Freshman F(X lball 1; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 4: Senior Prom Committee 4: Food Services 3; Hostess for Junior Prom 3; Homecoming Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4 John .Norman “Norman ” . . . Concert Shirts . . . Basketball . . . Isle of Palms . . . DIO . . . College ... J. . Fixjlball 3; Varsity Fvxitball 3; Honor Roll 2; High Honor Roll 3. 4 Michele Norris “Shelly” ... “Vlhaaaal?” ... Swimming . . . M lA Party House . . . 1 ' 2. Talking Heads. Police . . . To Become a Foreign Servit ' e Diplomat . . . Doing 100 vards Bul- lerfiy . . . Girls ' Track T. 2. 3. 4; Captain (Girls’ Track 4; (iirls ' Swim- ming 1. 2. 3. 4. ( ' .aptain L M4inager Boys’ Swimming 1. 2: Offit ' t Aide I. 2. 3: Band 1; Vearlxxtk 4; Magazine Drive L Senior Variety Show L High Honor Roll 1. 2. 3. 4; National Honor S uiely 3. 4; Class Ring ( mmillee 2; Float ( ' .ommitlee 0 Christopher Noyes “Chris” . . . Partv . . . ' Led epfK lin . . . To (»et Rich J i .Ann Olesky “Jo-Jo” ... My Altitude . . . (iel “Bono " fied . . . Crankin Tunes . . . My Sisters Car . . . L2. " Bad” . . . To Travel . . . Magazine Drive !■; Honor Roll 1 . 3 Jennifer Oneto “Jen ’’ . . . “Doesn’t that house look much bt ' ller without a fence?” . . . Swimming . . . Being ith My Father . . . Sting and Phil Collins ... To Become an Interior Designer . . . Monday Morinngs . . . Girls’ Track 1. 2. 3. 4; Captain Girls ' Track L Girls’ Swimming 1. 2. 3. 4: Captain Girls ' Swimming 4: Manager Boys ' Swimming 2. 3. 4: Chorus 1: Class Historian 2; Senior Variety Show 4 Bruce Oppenheimer Richard Oregan “Juiio " . . . “Irick " . . . Molorcvrles . . . Brach . . . The % fio . . . Be a Chef . . . Honor Holt 3; High f onor Roll C K(kk 1 Ser iees 3. I Rich Oregan Skiing . . . Lc ' d Zeppelin . . . Go lo (-ollege and Then ( l a (iood Pay- ing Job . . . Most Improved Musi- cian in Band ): Ski Club 1. 2, 3; Band 1.2 Lisa Palmer “Palmer " . . . Smile . . . “You should have seen it! " . . . Dancing ... A place that has not yet been seen! . . . Led Zeppelin . . . To Become a lawyer . . . Varsity Girls Soccer 2; Senior Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 3; High Honor Roll 1, 2; Exploring Parenthood (academic award): Special Education Aide 4 Joseph Partridge “Spike " . . . Working on ( ars . . . Boat launch . . . Led Zeppelin . . . Go lo T.C.I. . . . F reshman Football I ; Auto Shop 3. 4 Susan Pape “Su ie " . . . (Shewing gum . . . “What? " . . . (ioing Out With My Friends . . . Florida . . . “Best of Times " Stxx . . . Go to College, Marry, and Be Wealthy . . . Clicks . . . Manager Varsity F ootball 4; Ski Club 1, 2. 3. 4; Chorus 1. 2. 4; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variety Susan Pape Maryann Pelligrinelli Show 4; Spanish Club 2: Lamplighters 3. L F loat (T)mmillee 2 Maryann Pelligrinelli “Pely " . . . “I ' m all excited " (sar- castically said) . . . ( oitig Out . . . Cape Cod . . . “Live F ' .very Mo- ment " RFT) Spcedwagon . . . Make Lots of Money . . . Physics (3ass . . . Varsity Softball 1. 2. 3. 4; J.V. Girls Basketball 1: Varsity (iirls Basketball 3: Varsity Field Hockey 1, 2. 3. 4; Captain Varsity F’ield Hockey 4: Magazine Drive 4: Senior Variety Show L Field Hockey Slate Cfianipions 2 Athena Perenski “Athena” . . . “That ' s F xcellent” . . . Dancing . . . Anywhere quiet . . . Bruce Spritjgsl en “Born lo Run " ... To Be a Success . . . Of- fice Aide 3, t; Vlagazine Drive L Senior Variety Show 4: I ' sheretle for (Graduation 3; .Senior Prom Committee 4; .Spanisfi Club 2: (Glass Night (Gommittee 4 Athena Percoski Lisa Palmer Michael Poppers Karen Piemonte “Pops " . . . Biceps . . . “. re you serious? ’ . . . Basketball . . . Boston . . . King of Rock . . . John.son and Wales (Gollege . . . J.V. Boys Basketball 3: Varsity Boys ' Basket- ball 4: Literary Vlagazine 1 : Magazine Drive L Senior Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 3; Awar led Fo kI Production and (Vinciples and Food (Purchasing Management; Tennis Club 1. 2; FHA HERO Stale Officer Anthony Partridge Joseph Partridge Michael Poppers 51 Cheryl Ralston Karin Robert Alison Pospisil Arthur Poller Deborah Provencher Joseph Pych Ronald Reid Peter Rhodes Jennifer Rask Alieton “Ah” . . . Signature . . . “No wa ! ' ‘ . . . riting poetr . . . “Honu ” . . “Dust in the ind” . . . Ha e a Book Published . . . School . . . Chorus 1. 4; Yearb« k 3: Magazine Dri e 4; S.S. Lab 4 Deborah E. Provencher “Debbie” ... to become comfor- tabl vsealthv ... Chorus 1; High Honor Roll 3 Joseph J. Pych “Bonecrusher” . . . plaving football . . . Rush . . . Go to a good college and have fun . . . arsity Football 2, 3, 4; Bo s’ Track 2, 3. 4; Band 1. 2; Jazz Ensemble 2; Senior Varsity 4; High Honor Roll 1. 2. 3. 4; Na- tional Honor Society 3. 4: Marshal for Graduation 3 Chery 1 E. Ralaton “Cheryl” . . . “wicked cool” . . . gymnastics . . . Van Halen ... to be a personnel manager . . . Manager Freshman Football 1; Office Aide 4; Varsity Cheerleading 2, 3; Ski Club 1, 2; Class Vice President 3; Magazine Drive 4; DECA 3, 4; DECA Class Historian 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 3, 4; Senior Prom Committee 4; Student Social Council 4; Junior Prom Com- mittee 3; Float Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4; DECA Class Historian 4 Jennifer Linn Kask “Pumpkin” . . . id ' s sliding screen do ir! . . . “Really?!! ' . . . sjM nding time with friends . . . my remm . . . Tears For Fears “Meim ries Fade” ... go to St. Fraiu ' is for Respiratorv Therapv . . . Val ' s screen tloor . . . J.V. Softfmll 1; Girls’ Tennis 1; Of- fice .Aide 1. 2. 3. L Art C.lub 1; Nurse ' s Aide 3, 4; Ski (dub 1. 2; Stage Hand 1. 2; Talent Show 1; Magazine Dr ive 4; Senor ariely Show 4; Spanish (dub 3. 4; Arts Festival 1. 2, 3; Health ( ' .areers 3. 4: Homecoming Committee 2. 3; Float Committee 2; Motorcycle Club 2. 3; Youth Advisory ( ' ouncil 3 Kevin .A. Reardon “Buba " . . . “oh yeah!” . . . Bum- ming around . . . arsity Ice HtK ' kev 4; Racquetball (dub 3; Stmior Variety Show 4 Ron Reid “Ron” . . . “(»el Out” . . . Biking . . . Biliv Idol . . . success . . . home room in D- ing . . . Boys ' Track 2. 3, 4; Boys ' Swimming 2, 3. 4; Cap- tain Boys ' Swimming 3. 4; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variety Show 4: Honor Roll 3 Karin L. Robert “Blondie ' . . . always having gum . . . “Major” . . . partying . . . beach . . . Led Zeppelin ... Go to the University of Maine . . . homework . . . Magazine Drive 4; Senior Varie- ty Show 4; Honor Roll 2 Jennifer Sammon Donna Sartori David L. Schaefer “Schaefer " . . . ’ Eddie“ . . . “Kickin Bui " . . . Banging on my drums ail day . . . oul . . . Rock-n- Roll Band ... To boldly go wihere no man has gone before . . . Band 1 , 2, 3, 4; Jazz Ensemble 3. 4; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variety Show 4; .Awards; Chester Blair Lollipop Award Renee Ann Scharoff “Nay " . . . clothes . . . “Oh my God " . . . metro . . . Paris . . . Tears For Fears ... to make money . . . Algebra . . . .Art Club 1, 2. 3. 4; Chorus 4; Band 1. 2. 3; Magazine Drive 4: Senior Variety Show 4: Arts Festival 3, 4 Denise Setsky “Wee Wee” . . . sweat shirts . . . “Really!?! " . . . Bike Riding . . . The River . . . Styx . . . To learn to drive and like it . . . J.V. Softball 1: Varsi- ty Girls’ Soccer 2; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variety Show 4: Peer Counselor 4 David Paul Sferazza “David " . . . Food Services; F.H.A. Hero3 Heather Lee Sloan “Heather " . . . my laugh ... “I don’t know " . . . spending money . . . the beach . . . Chicago ... to become a Doctor . . . Chorus 1. 2. 3, 4; Band 2. 4; jazz Ensemble 4; Magazine Drive 4; Senior V ' ariety Show 4; Honor Roll 1. 2. 3, 4; Senior Prom Committee 4; .Arts Festival 1, 4; Class Night Commit- tee 4 Jennifer Rohr David Schaefer Steven Roy Sean Ryan Renee Scharoff Denise Setsky David Sferrazza Jennifer L. R »hr “J " . . . .Not wearing socks . . . “Great " . . . Singing with the radio . . . The track . . . Synchronicily II by The Police ... To succeed in everything I do . . . phony people . . . Girls’ Track 1. 2. 3, 4, Captain 4; J.V’. Volleyball 1; Varsity Volleyball 4; Varsity Girls’ Soccer 2.3; Ski Club 3. 4; Band 1.2. 3. 4; Publicity 3; Yearbook 4; Band Aide 3. 4; jazz Ensemble 3; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variety Show 4; High Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 4; Na- tional Honor Society 3. 4; Senior Prom Committee 4; Student Action Committee 3. 4; Float Committee 4; Awards: Brown Book Award. Delegate to Girls’ Slate, Science Club 2 Steve A. Roy j.V. Boys’ Soccer 1. 2 Sean Ryan “China " . . . I.H.H. . . . " S.M.D. " . . . Skiing . . . .Arcade . . . Black Sabbath Never Say Die ... To be lead singer for Black Sabbath or to get a degree from B.C. . . . Ski Club 3; Honor Roll 3, 4; As Schools Match W ' ils 2. 3; S.S. Lab 2. 3; Political Science 3 Jennifer M. Sammon “jenn " . . . being with Billy . . . Melrose . . . Bruce Springsteen . . . Manager Boys’ Baseball 1; Class Historian 1; Senior Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 1. 2, 3, 4; Usherette for Graduation 2; Senior Prom Commit- tee 4; Student Social Council 1; Float Committee 1. 2. 3. 4; Class Night Committee 4 Donna C. Sartori Office Aide 3; .Magazine Drive 4; DECA 4; Senior Variety Show 4 53 Steven Sims Christopher Smith Theresa Smith Candy Spencer Op- Donald St. Pierre Christopher Smith “Smillers " ... m height . . . “Erica ' s ten " . . . “Ever lhing she Hants " ... to become a pilot . . . undependable people Candi L. Spencer “Spenc " . . . never being on lime . . . “Va ! " . . . dancing and reading ■ . . Hungerford. Columbia Lake . . . " .Mrnosl paradise " ... to have all mv dreams fuiniled . . . Joan Rivers and oral reports . . . arsily Fool- ball 3. 4: Girls Tennis 3; Ski Club 4; Chorus 4; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Varielv Shon 4; Senior Prom Commillee 4; German Exchange 2; Color Guard 2. 3. 4; Healih Careers 3, 4; Junior Prom Commillee 3: Float Commillee 3. 4; German Night 2: Class Night Committee 4 Lisa L. Staley “Mickev " ... a very high voice . . . “Oh mv god — noway! " . . . v atching movies . . . Friendiv ' s and MTN s party house . . . Calculus homework . . . Girls’ Swimming 1. 2; Girls ' Track 1. Manager 1; Ski Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Yearbook 4; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variety Show 4; High Honor Roll 1. 2. 3. 4; National Honor Society 3. 4; L ' sherelle for Graduation 3: Senior Prom Commillee 4; Junior Prom Commillee 3; Float Commillee 4; French Club 3 Donald H. St. Pierre “Saint " ... my name . . . skiing and spending lime with Carol . . . Ocean Beach . . . “The boys of summer " . . . to successfully complete four years in college . . . J.V. Baseball 2 : Varsity Ba.seball 3. 4; arsily Hoys ' Soccer 3. 4; Office Aide 3; Guidance .Aide 2, 3. 4; Ski Club 1, 2. 3. 4; Band 1. 2; Yearbook 4; Magazine Drive 4; Honor Roll 3; Molorcvcie Club 2 Sherri L. Stracener “Be for real " . . . cooking . . . Forest Park . . . L .T.F.O. — Crew — “Fairy tale lover " ... to become a famous paslrv chef . . . arsilv Field Hockey 1, 2. Manager 1. 2; Girls ' Track 1. Manager 1; arsily Girls’ Basketball 1. Manager 1; J. . Girls ' Field Hockey 1, Manager 1; Chorus 3; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variety Show 4: Honor Roll 4: Senior Prom Commillee 4; Food Services 3. 4: .Art Festival 1. 2; Float Committee 4: Class Night 4; .Awards: Food Preparation 3; Stale Championship (Field Hockey ) 2 Sharon L. Sturtevant Two watches . . . “no joke " . . . shopping . . . Bradley .Airport . . . “Open arms " ... to fulfill my hopes and dreams . . . people who ask. “Uhy are you wearing two watches? " . . . Library .Aide 1; Chorus 4; Senior ariely Show 4; Honor Roll 3; German Exchange Club 1. 2. 3; German Night 1. 2. 3 Lisa E. Taylor “Lee " . . . lack of verbiage . . . “shut up! " . . . hitting people . . . New York . . . Duran Duran and L 2 ... to explore the world . . . Band 1: Magazine Drive 4; Honor Roll 2. 3, 4; S.S. Lab 2. 3. 4; OPOAL 1. 2, 3. 4: Photography Club 4: Graphic Arts 4 Sherri Stracener Sharon Sturtevant Frank Sullivan Lisa Staley Lisa Taylor 54 I Patricia Tetrault Pamela Thompson Beth Tippo Kerry Toolan Sharon Taylor Alan Tracy Club 2, 3; Drama Club 1; Lamplighlers 2. 4; German Night 2, 3,4 Kerry Toolan “Kerry” . . . My laugh . . . “Yeah Right!!” . . . Slurp. Slurp . . . Boat launch . . . Bryan Adams . . . To graduate . . . Manager Girls’ Basketball 2; Magazine Drive 4; Chorus 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Color Guard 4 Kimberly Triba “Treebs” . . . Being late . . . “Oooh! Nooo!” . . . “You Look Marvelous!” . . . To graduate . . . Girls Track 1; Varsity Girls’ Soccer 2; Senior Variety 4; High Honor Roll 1. 2. 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Motorcycle Club 2,3 Liaa Turi “Lis’ ” ... Necklace . . . “Whatever!” . . . Rollerskating . . . My room . . . Tears for P ' ears and Duran Duran . . . To be a nurse . . . Office Aide 3. 4; Magazine Drive 4; Health Careers 4 Paul VibbertB " Clark W. " . . . While Capri II , . . “Take Off ' . . . Gore Fesls . . . Led Zepp)elin ... To be successfully self-employed . . . Honor Roll 2. 3, 4; A.C. Peterson Woodworking Award 2 Kimberly Triba Lisa Turi Daniel Tyler Paul Vibberts 55 Sharon Taylor “Tales” . . . Stupid Jokes . . . “Come on now, seriously’’ . . . dancing, exercising . . . Cheryl’s house . . . Led Zeppelin . . . Profes- sional dancer, executive secretary . . . J.V. Softball 3; Office Aide 3; Senior Variety Show 4 Patti Tetrault “Obnoxious” . . . Absenleesm . . . “Oooh Noooh” . . . “You Look Marvelous” . . . Manager of Soccer 1, 2; Chorus 3, 4; Student Social Council 1. 2 Pamela Thompson “Pammy” . . . My lip ... “I’m sorry” . . . Boston . . . Led Zeppelin . . . To go to Boston University . . . Advanced Biology . . . Office Aide 4; Class President 4; Literary Magazine 4; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 4; Senior Prom Committee 4; Stu- dent Social Council 4, FBLA 4; Float Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4 Beth Tippo “Beth” ... A pin a day to keep the doctor away . . . “My name is not Julie” . . . Filling out questionnaires . . . David Bowie . . . To find out what my ambition is . . . People who call me by yet another name . . . Chorus 1. 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 2; Senior Variety Show 4; Student Social Council 2; German Exchange Erin Walker Derek Walling Michelle Walsh Erica alters Michelle Ward Erin C. Walker . . . always tired ... “1 think I know where we are?!” . . . camping . . . R.K. staff cabin . . . The Cars ... to live and work in .Africa . . . ' certain people . . . Of- fice Aide 3. 4; Ski Club 4; Chorus 1; Yearbook 4; Class Treasurer 4; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Varietv Show 4; Honor Roll 1. 2, 3, 4; Senior Prom Committee 4; Student Social Council 3; German Exchange Club 1. 2. 3; Junior Prom Commit- tee 3; Homecoming Committee 3; Float Committee 4; German Night 1. 2. 3; Class Night Committee 4; Peer Counseling 4 Erica N. alters “Rica” ... my haircuts ... “I knew that!” . . . drawing . . . Hollywood Hill . . . Depeche Mode ... to go to UCLA . . . Ronald Reagan . . . Art Club 1; Nurse ' s Aide 1. 2. 3; Year- book 4: Magazine Drive 4: Senior Variety Show 4; Senior Prom Com- mittee 4; Arts Festival 3, 4: Float Committee 4; Class Night Commit- tee 4; S.S. Lab 4; Awards: Art 3; Women ' s Club Leadership Art 3 Michelle W ard " Mitch” . . . speedy walker . . . " probably” . . . Bigelow Hollow . . . " Faithfully” ... to excel in the field of art . . . . rt Festival 3, 4; .Awards; Art 3 Douglas E. Weidl " Shinoo” . . . being a flirt . . . " ex- actly” . . . football . . . " Comfor- tably numb” ... to go to S.T.C.C. and open my own business . . . J.V. F ' Dalbali K 4; W restling 3, 4; Ski Club I; Phys-Ed .Aide 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 4; Class Night Committee 4: S.S. Lab 4; Float Committee 4 Keith M. Winans " The Pillar " . . . " O.k. Chiefl " . . . skiing . . . the slopes . . . Genesis . . . J.V. Baseball 3; Varsity Baseball 3. 4; J.V. Boys ' Basketball 2. 3; Varsity Boys ' Basketball 3. 4; J.V. Boys ' Soccer 1. 2; Varsity Boys ' Soccer 3. 4: Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 1. 2. 3; High Honor Roll 4; Float Committee 4; .Awards; J.V. and Varsity Soccer 3 Douglas Weidl Nathan Westall Carolyn Wick Julia Wiebe Keith Winans John Zelina Paul Zymba Shi-Meng Yang Renee Fournier Patty Lacroix “h ' s scary” . . . Caldors parking lot . . . The Firm . . . College; Office Aide 2. 3, 4; Librar Aide 1; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variety Show 4: Color Guard 1; FBLA 3; Class Night Committee 4: Float Committee 2; Winner of Homecom- ing Parade decorated car 4 Lisa Pare “Leelah” . . . My laugh . . . “Awesome” . . . Men ... At a parly . . . Molly Crue ... To go to College . . . Magazine Drive 4; Senior Varie- ty Show 4; Senior Prom Committee 4; Food Service 3; Class Night Committee 4 Chuck Demirgian “Chaz” . . . “Aw, Junk, oops word fresh” . . . Drawing, Breaking. Sing- ing New Edition “Count me out” ... To become a commercial artist . . . Boys ' Track 1, Captain 4; Art Club 1; Senior Variety Show 4: Arts Festival 3. 4: Art Award: Graphic Arts 3; Commercial Design 3, 4; Studio New York Michael Charles Watts “Mikey” . . . Skateboarding . . . “What’s up?” . . . surfing . . . Hun- ington Beach . . . Tears For Fears . . . To gel the most out of Life . . . Varsity Boys ' Soccer 4; Ski Club 3; Awards: Soccer Player of the W eek. Baseball first place; AY ' SO Soccer L2,3 Patricia Lacroix Lisa Pare William Grady Michael Watts Shi-Meng Yang “Simon” ... my glasses . . . “you bet” . . . tennis . . . Friendly’s . . . Air Supply . . . Boys Tennis 3, 4; Library Aide 3; Honor Roll 1; High Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Awards: UN Interna tional Club 3, 4 John P. Zelina “Johnny-Z-way” . . . “future belongs to those who dare” . . . foot- ball and motocross . . . Cumkowski ' s Garage . . . “Wizard” . . . J.V. Football 1. 2; Varsity Foot- ball 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 2; Varsity Boys ' Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4; High Honor Roll 1; National Honor Society 3, 4; Motorcycle Club 2; Boys ' Swimming 1; Honor Roll 1 Paul F. Zymba “Zim” . . . baseball shirts . . . “take it easy” . . . golf . . . Cape Cod . . . ZZ Top ... to complete college . . . J.V. Boys’ Soccer 3; Honor Roll 1; High Honor Roll 2. 3. 4; National Honor Society 3. 4 Renee Marie Fournier “Nay Nay” . . . Oh well . . . Swing- ing . . . My room . . . Fame ... Go to MS of B.; Chorus 1, 2, 4 Maria Rumore “Nasty” . . . Partying . . . Hampton Beach . . . Led Zeppe lin . . . College Office Aide 3; J.V. Cheerleading 1; Literary Magazine 4; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variety Show 4; FBLA 1; Chorus 1 Kimberly Gamage Co-Fresident Wc, lh(‘ graduating class ()in((‘is, wouhi lik(‘ to express our pl(‘asure in representing this ear’s seniors. We were known as a “split class. hut through this past suiniiuu and school year we lia e come together. We would like to say that we have learru ' d, liv(‘d. and grown witir the ( ' lass ol I )8(). Kim ( amage and [’am Tluunpson. Co-Presidenls ( ate Drinan, ice President Patricia Dion. Secretary, Erin Walker. Treasurer Betsy ( oakle). Historian Pamela Thompson Co-President Patricia Dion Secretary Erin Walker Treasurer Catherine Drinan Vice-President Mary Elizabeth Coakley Historian 59 o 1986 — Senior Superlatives — 1986 Most Likely to Succeed Matt Mgrdichian and Cathy Arvantely Most School Spirited Jona Cascia Class Athletes Matt Mgrdichian and Karen Fritz Class Musicians Debbie Kinney and John Casey Class Actress Cate Drinan Class Individuals Sean Maxson and Belinda Lowe Best Dressed Mike Morton and Pilar Belhumeur Best Looking Paul Lefemine and Lisa Palmer Class Artist Pilar Belhumeur 60 1986 — Senior Superlatives — 1986 Nicest Smiles John Casey and Cheryl Ralston Friendliest Rob Campbell and Elaine Kadamus Class Flirts Michele Kamm and Pat Gill Cutest Kathy Cimino and Kevin Lawlor Class Couple Pat Gaskell and Debbie Provencher Class Devils Karen Gendreau and Derek Agruso Class Brownie Pat Gill Class Clown Karen Gendreau Class Whiner Patti Dion Best Excuses Steve Sims 61 F acuity Mr. Stephen Gregorski Mrs. Cresence Giangrasso Mr. Robert Campbell Mrs. Florinda Valente Administration Mr. Leo Yaconiello Dear Class of 1 986 I recall back in 1982 when 1 first met with you as a freshman class, telling you that the next four years would pass by rapidly. At that time, most of you reacted with facial expressions of disbelief. Well, here you are in June 1986 and soon to be graduated. How quickly the years pass. How precious the gift of time. Graduation is an emotional time for all concerned. For the faculty and administration it’s a time to say good-bye to a class and to individuals who have provided the true satisfac- tion derived as an educator, that of being part of your young lives. For you, the time has come to bid farewell to the many acquaintances you are accustomed to seeing every day. This, however, does not mean that you are severing all relation- ships forever. Instead, you will find that many of your classmates will be cherished friends for life — a bonus ob- tained from acquiring an education. On behalf of the board of education, faculty, and ad- ministration 1 congratulate you for your accomplishments and wish you continued success as you enter a new and ex- citing phase of your life. We hope that your four years at En- field High School were as rewarding for you as they were for us. The class of 1986 will be missed. Sincerely, Mr. Stephen Gregorski Mr. Daniel Michael Mr. Robert Johnson Now that graduation is approaching it is hard to believe how quickly the last four years have gone by. 1 hope your days a E.H.S. have been enjoyable as well as filled with learning and growth. 1 wish you all health, happiness and success throughout your lives. Best of luck to all the seniors. We will miss you. As you leave high school, you enter a new phase of your life with new beginnings. Take the knowledge, confidence, and experience you have gained in high school and apply it in all your endeavors. 65 Secretaries Mrs. Marcelle Wyse M rs. Hope Rice Mrs. Elaine LaRoehe Mrs. Josephine Szoka Mrs. Genevieve DeCaro Mrs. Flora Gates Library TIh library coiilains a variety of resources on all of the subjects in the curriculum. The reading interests of young people are well represented by the many paperback novels and the numerous books on sports, hobbies, and careers which are in great demand. Mrs. Mary Barnes M rs. Marie McGarry Librarian Mrs. Charlotte Bielski 67 1 This was a dynamic year in the Art Depart- ment. The students were provided with the opportunities to acquire basic skills as well as difficult concepts. This enabled all in- dividuals to exercise their creative abilities. Student art work was continually on exhibit throughout the building for the pleasure of the entire student body and staff. This has been a good year for field trips and guest speakers as well. know that this year, filled with change and challenge, has helped the students of Enfield High School to grow and develop their self-expression. We will miss all of you who are leaving us and hope you will carry fond memories of our .Art Department. Music Mr. Leonard DeMaio Mrs. Tracy Came Under the direction of Mrs. Tracy Came, the instrumental music department offers a wide variety of performing opportunities. Courses in- clude Marching Band, Jazz Ensemble, Concert Band, and several small chamber ensembles. These groups perform throughout the school year and have represented our town and school in and out of Connecticut. The classroom curriculum is aimed at accommodating different kinds of students: the general student, who may include the History of Elec- tronic Music in his studies and the college bound, liberal arts and elementary education majors, who would study music theory and com- position under the capable guidance of Mr. Leonard DeMaio. Mr. Rocco Autorino, an accomplished vocalist in his own right, is in the director’s chair when our mixed and select choruses take to the risers for a performance. The vocal class, which he conducts, helps the student gain confidence in other solo work, improve other vocal techniques, and realize the potential of his or her own voice. Mr. Rocco Autorino Guidance Ms. Rae Tober Mr. Richard Prunty Department Chairperson Mr. William Wenzel Mrs. Ellen Frost Mrs. Elizabeth Ogonis Mrs. Jean Clarkin Secretary The Guidance Department, in concert with the other departments at Enfield High School, stresses the acquisition of skills and the development of habits con- cerning self analysis, decision making, and perspective analysis planning. The main goal is to guide the students in ex- amining their abilities, capabilities, in- terests, attitudes, habits, and volitions. There is a specific focus on students’ approach to life and a life of learning through job career and college identifica- tion. Expansive resources are available for the students in these areas. Mrs. Maureen Reilly Secretary Business Mr. Dennis Murphy „ Miss nose rorcello Department Chairperson Mrs. Sandra Arndt Mr. Richard Sunter Mr. Michael Stasack v: Mrs. Donna Piela The Business Department offers a variety of challenging courses that develop business skills, socio-economic understanding, exposure to current business trends to meet standards en- countered in the office scene, and it en- courages advanced studies beyond the high school level. Mrs. Carol Radziewicz 71 Family Living Regardless of ethnic and economic backgrounds, we all share certain com- monalities; we are all part of a family, and we are all consumers. However, many individuals do not have an oppor- tunity to understand or develop the skills necessary to deal with problems related to self, family, and society in ge neral. The Department of Family Living and Consumer Education focuses upon the individual and seeks to develop self- awareness through a variety of courses dealing with many aspects of our per- sonal and social lives. L Mrs. Mrs. Laurie Gorski . . . Margaret Fitzgerald Mrs. Christine MacDonald Department Chairperson 72 Ms. Donna Lyons Mr. Paul Lucius Foreign Language Mr. Raymond Montagna Mrs. Sandra Brassard Department Chairperson Mrs. Denise Thompson The Foreign Language Department at EHS has continually encouraged students to study a foreign language not only to extend their knowledge of other cultures, but also to improve their potential in the world. In addition, the Foreign Language Department feels that learning ot her languages helps one understand and use his or her own language more accurately and effectively. French, German, and Spanish are taught in an approach that is audio-visual with emphasis on the sounds of grammar patterns of the spoken language. Latin is also presented in a dynamic man- ner with audio-visual materials that help the student to develop a better cultural understanding of classical antiquity and its implications in the present. Mrs. Susan Bristol Mrs. Denise Light Mr. John Talbot Miss Gail Darden Mrs. Doris Coughlin M rs. Susan Dumais Mr. Robert Campbell Mrs. Adian Doherty Mr. Chester Blair Mrs. Anita Raposa Mr. William Fogarty Mr. Richard Gray Department Chairperson Mr. Dennis Girard Ms. Linda Miller The Enfield High School English Curriculum offers a varied program of required and elective courses designed to help students achieve their full potential in basic communication skills and in the understanding and enjoying of literature. It is our hope that students w ill select courses carefully and participate fully in the activities of each class. 4 Science Mr. Michael DeRose Mr. Joseph Andrychowski Mrs. Sandra Stillo Mr. Robert Kramer Mr. Edward Bassett Department Chairperson Mr. Richard Mazur Mr. Karlton Sweet Mr. Kenneth St. George As a result of the increasing number of students electing to take science offerings and because of the continually in- creasing importance of science in today’s technological world, the Science Department of Enfield High School continues to emphasize and offer its established, multi-leveled and multi-purpose curriculum. We, the staff of the Science Department at Enfield High School, offer our congratulations and best wishes to this year’s graduating class. Social Science Mr. Edward Boland Department Chairperson Dr. Richard Celio Mr. John Fletcher Mr. Frank Gawle Mr. Richard Vincent Mr. Thomas DeFillipi Tlie 1984-85 school year was one of continual attempts to provide avenues for self-realization and self-fulfillment to students in social science classes. The social science curriculum has been designed so that students may make choices, identify and understand the complexities ol modern existence, con- nect meaningfully with their society, and formulate responsible value systems for life in a diverse world. Mr. James Reveruzzi Dr. Frank Taylor Mathematics In rrcopnilion of llu ' xilal roles dial inatlieinalies ami coinpulers pla In our lives, llie Kiifield High School Malheinalics Department of- fers a varied and extensive program of studies. It is hoped that the students of the 1986 graduating class have gained an understanding of the relevance of mathematics and computers to ever) day experiences and will pursue their studies to the highest level of their abilities. Mr. Robert Bromage Mr. Mark Dennis Mr. Michael Austin Mr. Raymond Stoll Mr. Stephen Smith Mr. Eugene Scheck Mrs. Joan Wojciehowski Mr. Stanley Tupek Mrs. Rachele Lorenson Mrs. Marilyn Scheck Mr. Gerald Murphy-Rossi Advanced Adaptive Learni ng Sitting: Lisa White, Berniue Kershaw. Angela Dunakin, Tommy Hunter, and Marc Gregoire. Kneeling: Mar LaFleur, Debbie Horvath. Marian O ' Hagan, Danielle Ledoux, and Patrick Canosa. Mrs. Jeanne Sinsigalli Teacher ' s Aide Miss Laurie Flathers Advanced Adaptive Learning Teacher Patrick Canosa Debbie Horvatb Tommy Hunter Specialists Mrs. Janice Corso Mrs. Joan Palmer Mr. Paul Pavalakis Mrs. Donna Cittleman Mr. Shaun Kelly Ms. Cynthia Bacewicz Mrs. Marlene Clark Mr. Leo Porcello Department Chairperson Mrs. Florinda Valente Mrs. Cresence Giangrasso Mrs. Carol Bruce Mr. John Lyons Mrs. Dorothy Gilmore Mr. Joseph Lamana Physical Education Mr. Arthur Wilk Miss Kathleen Gendall Mr. John Skypeck I In an attempt to meet the changing needs and interests of students, the Physical Education Department offers a wide variety of activities. These activities include many individual and team sports. Ninth and tenth grade students par- ticipate in a structured physical education program which includes team and in- dividual sports. This prepares them for a more skilled selection of activities as juniors and seniors. Juniors and seniors are required to take physical education and also have an opportunity to select from a wide range of activities. Mrs. Kathleen Bromage Miss Diane Banks Student Teacher Industrial Education Mr. Benjamin Cortese Mr. Val Kropiwnicki Department Chairperson Mr. Eroll Shain Mr. Donald Hollister Mr. George Rypysc Industrial education provides an opportunity for students to explore and become acclimated to many modern industrial skills and techniques. This program offers studies in the metal technologies, wood technologies, graphic industries, drawing techniques, electricity and e 1 e c t r o - m e c h a n i c s and automotives. Basic, intermediate, and advanced courses are offered in all industrial education studies. Mr. William Noyes 81 Cafeteria and Custodial Staffs Back Roic, Left to Right: Mrs. Shirley Scarr, Mrs. Rina D ' Angelo. Mrs. Jean Ragno, Mrs. Carol Rehmer, Mrs. Josephine Fetko, Mrs. Gladys Stowell. Mrs. Louise Romano, Mrs. Mary Forti, and Mrs. Judith Gutkowski. Front Row: Mrs. Anne Fitzgerald, Mrs. Clair LeMay. Mrs. Theresa Fisher. Mrs. Eleanor McDaniels, .Mrs. Jennie DiPippo. and Mrs. Margaret Ragion. Left to Right: Mr. Raymond Burgess. Mrs. Thelma Kakluskas, Mr. Vincent Dailey, and Mr. Russell Firtioni. 82 Hi Board of Education Sitting: Mrs. Antoinette Strom, Mrs. Esther Alaimo-Jute, Mrs. Joan Reuter, and Mrs. Claire A. Hunt. Standing: Mr. Paul Gaylor, Mr. E. Patrick Storey, Chairperson Mr. Francis Burke, Mr. John Carney, and Mr. Kevin Gordon. Mr. Anthony Torre Assistant Superintendent Dr. Louis Mager Superintendent Underclassmen U nderclassmen U nderclassmen Class Officers 1987 President Sheree Nuccio Co-Vice President Amy Normile Co-Vice President Trade Hall Secretary Trinidad Cascia Treasurer Ingrid Schon Historian Brenda Johnson 86 Advisors Mrs. Carol Bruce, Miss Linda Miller, Mr. Dennis Girard Class of 1987 Christine Arrighini Peter T. Arvantely Rob Baillargeon John Baker Dan Beauchamp Michelle Beaulieu Laura Berger William Birch Phyllis Blauvelt Eric Blodgett Jack Breglia Brandy Brigham Milena Beth Brown David J. Callan Christine Caminiti James Carrara Trinidad Cascia Andy Chabot Mike Choiniere Karen Christensen Lori Ann Cloutier Andrie Coligan Cindy Conley Scott Cunningham Lisa Dahlstrom Vicki Dean Michelle DeMontigny Sue Devine Stacy Dolinsky Ellen Donaldson 87 Class of 1987 Healher Erbes David Falk Lisa Fax ino Karen Ferguson Mike Foley Sheri Folio Linda Frederick Valerie Frew Nancy Frilze Heather Gardner Todd (iaslon i Alissa Gales ; - Sean (Gordon Debbie Grace Patti GuycUe • Tracie Mail Donna Halliwell Betsy Hoehn Chris Howie Kelly Hublitz Chris Jackson Amy Jenkins Karen Jennie Brenda Mae johnso Waller Kedzior Laurie Keegal Stephen Kinne Kurt K resi Tra Lane Gina Lalk)chelle 88 Class of 1987 Do ia Lathrop Mk helle A. Utihrop Uoniiie I.. I.alour Brian LaVallee Jim T ach Karen Leader Danielle Ledoux Louise Leduc Michelle Legere Tom Legienza Dannielle Lessard Dan Linehan Ray Linehan Scoll Luke Nancy Malick Sue Manning Pele Morneault Jennifer McBride Ed McDonald Janel McDonald Jeanne McDonald Karen Meunier Cindy Mohr Victor Nadeau Dcana Natale Nancy Navin i Dawn Nelson .V Sherry Nelson Amy Normile Peter Notman 89 Class of 1987 Slieree Nuccio Marian O’Hagan .jjennifet Olender K en Ornifer Craig Ouellette Courtney Parlor j Kim Pe;5e Kay Pilches Matt Prentiss Michael Pvch K Sharon M. Quewel Lisa Ri tle Tantmyjiader David Rhodes Kim Rhodes Sean Ritter I Chris Rizzo Arlene Robak JeuiUfer Roberts Michele Robidoux Kerrie Rohrbacher Mark Roman Chris Rossano Peter Russell Bob Sjckett Amy Scn%fet Lori Schfefer Ingrid Schon 90 im SzaszV ' ony Tinnn lathy Torn Lb Turcoj erts osseller ebster Class of 1987 Class Officers 1988 Vice President Scott Callan President Wendy Lawler Secretary Lauree Nuccio Treasurer Michelle Dumais Historian Cindy Hall Advisor Mr. Richard Mazur Advisor Mrs. Sandra Brassard Advisor Mr. Val Kropiwnicki Class of 1988 I I Larry Allan Tony AJlevo Kim Arno Chris Arruda Valerie Assantes Kori Lynn Auretla Rhonda Lee Baker Chris Bancroft Brian Bankowski Tracy Barber Sue Bennett Melissa J. Bernier Corey Bertrand Kevin Bingham Brian Bouchard Chris Boucher Karen Breen Suzie Buck Jeff Buddenhagen Bill Burke Scott J. Callan Rebecca Capocci Cheryl Carrier Gail Casanta Laura Champagne Renee Chapdelaine Ed Clark Melanie Clark Paul J. Coffey Christopher Colby 94 Class of 1988 95 Class of 1988 Leslie Grzelak Amy Gyngell Cindy Hall Maureen Hatcher Missy Hazen I Seth Heiland Scott Herron Kathy Hoehn Kim Holtz Michael Holubecki Amy Howard Donna Jacobs A t Jenks Scott nnie Eiric Jolittson Kailty Johnson Lisa Johnson Dave JoJmsfon Jody Lynn Klutfe- Brenda Kneiss Wendy Kokoszka Ellen ll jewski Mary LaFleur Tom Lamar Karyn l ndr Jacqueline Michelle Lavalle Wendy Lawler John Lord Melissa Mannello 96 Class of 1988 Jeff Mara Mall Maznicki Bonnie McBride Robbie McClinlock Heather McCuin Maureejji McGuire Steve Mersereau Sandy Metzler Steve Montville Lisa Morganweck ene Nelson Elsie Ng Rob Noll - isa Noyes Lauree Nuccio Ann Marie O’Connor Candy O’Hara Brian O’Keefe ■ Jason Ouellet t Jenn Pearson Lorene Perkinson Don Peterson Amy Piepul Carey Pike Dan Porga David Praus Sue Prayznet ' Roberta Prior Justine Quagliaroli Dave Ranta 97 Class of 1988 ' Diane Robinson Denise Rosati t Michael Sealancle Russ Simpkins Beth Skizewski Kim Sloa Anne Slupecki Carrie Smith Stephen Smyth Kristen Spruill esfield M quiers ulll n rapine Alison Swanson Russ Taylor Ralph Thomas Lynn Toolan Joe Tracy Lisa Trapanese mala Michael Tweedlie Heidi Vane Pam Weidl Andy Wessels Daren Woodward Charles Zenzick Kimberly Zukowski Chris Zych 98 Class Officers 1989 President Jennifer Sadutto Vice President Amy Nosal Secretary Kristin Hupfer Treasurer Christine Sousa Historian Stephanie Olender Advisors Mr. Steven Smith, Mrs. Donna Piela, Mr. Michael DeRose Sandra Adams Mike Adelberg Julie K. Albetski Mary Aldrich Tricia Ames Mike Anderson Scotl Ayers p Erin Beecher . Mark Bennett Debbie Bent j Keith Berger William Bernier Bradley Bertrand Jennifer Billings Brian Bingham Mike Bison Debbie Boivin Melanie Calilri Tracy Callan Susdn Cannon Patrick Canosa Scott Catolane Mary Ch ados Keith Carney Mike CicCTOwski ' Mtf ilu Coccia Douglas Colson Jennifer Corini Kerri Cushin Debbie Denker 100 Class of 1989 Heather DeWolfe Pat Dingman Thomas Downes Nina Ediund Scott Ellis Carri Ewing Kelly Jarrell Christine Fieldei(t| Robert Foley Stacy Fountain Jeannine Frizzell Dave Gagnon Jennifer Gate , Tricia Gates Karen Gillespie Fatly Golden Glenn Gordon Melissa Grasso Holly Grzelak Michele Harrington Tammy Hayden Jeano Holubecki Debra Horvath Kristin Hupfer Tom Kadamus Terri Keegan Scott Kennard Bernard Kershaw Lori Kierstead Jennifer King 101 Class of 1989 i 102 Laurie Krechko Winona Kress Erik Lachniet Darrin LaMore Lisa Lane Monique Laroche Heather Lehninger Sharon Leonard Annette Licitra John Link Paul LoVoi Barb Lucas A1 Maier Kelly Ma ng Bonnie Marlow David Martin R. J. M jivney Tracy M ullen Thomas JBcNally DarrenMessina JanetWichaud Ly Milotte Milvae MikO Minukas Brian Di Moore Kim Mol ris Elaine Nadeau Richard t avhroli Pat Navin anielle Nitch Amy Nosal Stephanie Olender Patti Page Chris Palliardi Jim Parnell Kristen Patefield Amy Pease Mike Pond Kristen Praus Kim Pych Stacvffiod Jen David Rdl ert Susao Roberts dminic RoMrs Kth Rudolpr A Jennifer Rto« Chris SaclSt 4 Terri Kama Valerie Sarazini Cindy Schaeffir Antia Sch nem |toon Scott Tim Shea Rebecca Shirk Vivian Siuda Mike Smyka Christine Sousa 104 Class of 1989 Sandy Staley Rusty Stone Mark Sutton Dawn E. Taylor Pat Taylor Marlene Thomas Patty Uricchio Mark Vandevanter Natasha Vierzbicki Renee Waite Ryan Ward Rick White Michelle Wolodko Maggie Zielinski Liz Zirolli Activities Activities Activities 105 Junior Prom DECA Distribution Education Clubs of America (DECA) is designed specifically for students enrolled in Marketing Education. The basic goals of DECA are incorporated in the four points of the DECA dia- mond: Vocational Understanding, Civic Consciousness, Social In- telligence, and Leadership Development. DECA offers workshops, seminars, and publications, which contribute substantially to the development of required competencies and motivate students to assume responsibility for personal leadership. Dan Tyler Ms. Rose Porcello Advisor Jona Cascia Standing: Sean Ritter, John Baker, Janis Majowitz, Lisa Racette, Tim Ingalls, Nancy Navin, Rene Massey, Kelly Baker, Amy Normile, and Sandy Haynes. Center Row: Lisa Heck, Dave Link, Mark GriUo, Kim Rhodes, Carmel Wheaton, Don- na Sartori, Jennifer Rice, and Sharon Quesnel. Sitting: Dan Tyler, Jennifer Lawlor, Pat Gill, Karen Gendreau, Vicki Lamkins. Cheryl Ralston, and Jona Cascia. 108 President Jona Cascia, Vice President Pal Gill, Secretary David Link, Advisor Ms. Rose Porcello, Treasurer Jennifer Lawlor, and Historian Dan Tyler. 109 Back Row: Robert Rohr, Chris Rossano, Cate Drinan, Kurt Kress, Tracy Brayall, Marc Adelberg. and Louise LeDuc. Sitting: David Callan, Roberta Pryor, Jennifer Rohr, and Michael Bison. 110 Student Action Committee The students in this group work toward improving policies between the students of EHS, administrators, and the Enfield School Board. Relevant school issues are discussed at the meetings. Mrs. Susan Dumais Advisor Mrs. Joan Wojciehowski Advisor Literary Magazine if ' Our literary magazine is published twice a year By a dedicated group of people. This lume is,a collection of student cftoems, essays, and short stories, j The oup meets every Wednes- I ' day with lyirs. Coughlin, who ects the so¥)iig, editing, and typing of the contributions. Mr. Murri and Mr. Cortese are also in- valuable co nsultants on the final 1 product. »«A David Callan Standing: Susan Devine, David Callan, Robert Krzanowski, Amy Jenkins, and Alissa Gates. Sitting: Advisor Mrs. Doris Coughlin and Janet McDonald. Rob Krzanowski and Janet McDonald A 111 As Schools Match Wits fTI The Enfield High School “As Schools Match Wits” team, under the guidance of Dr. Frank Taylor and Mr. illiam Fogarty, lost a hearbreaking match against Hampshire Regional, 170-165. The team members, Peter . rvantely, Robert Rohr, James Maciolek, David J. Callan, with alter- nate Kurt Kress, were all juniors this year. The match was aired on Channel 22, November 23, 1985. David J. Callan, James Maciolek, Peter Arvantely, and Robert Rohr Mr. William Fogarty Advisor in. ' vCi ' , Dr. Frank Taylor Advisor Spanish Club Back Rou: Michele Bankowski, Brenda Kneiss, Melissa Mannello, Carrie Smith, Karyn Landry, and Heather Carabetta. Middle Rou: Patricia Dion, Lori Schafer, Donna LaVallee, Lisa Trapanese, Beth Carrier, Chris Jackson, Jennifer Pearson, Lisa Duro, Kim Smart, and Advisor Mrs. Denise Light. Front Row: Lori Massie, Tricia Ames, Melanie Calitri, Karen Fritz, Cheryl Carrier, and Ellen Donaldson. The Enfield High Spanish Club is a dedicated group of students. Not only do they raise money through various fund raisers to support needy children, fund class trips and educational materials, but they also spend much time learning and experiencing local Spanish culture. Historian Chris Jackson, Secretary Karyn Landry, President Patricia Dion, Treasurer Jennifer Pearson, and Missing: Vice-President Kim Carnage. 113 Cathy Arvaiitely President Marc Adelherp Secretary Patty Dion Vice-President Back Ron : Cate Drinan, Cathy Arvantely, Jennifer Rohr, Marc Adelberg, Michele Norris, Lisa Staley, and Theresa Lipinski. Middle Ron. Lisa Hoyt. Tom Hall, John Casey, Tom Loftus, Rob Campbell, Karen Fritz, and Paul Zymba. Sitting: Lisa Carpenter, Simon Vang. Mar Coakley, Matthew Mgrdichian. Patty Dion, Kevin Lawler, Kristen Choiniere, and Joseph Pych. 114 National Honor Society Mr. Raymond Montagna Advisor The National Honor Society is a scholastic organization that accepts members for outstanding leadership, performance, and academic excellence. Once inducted into the National Honor Society, a student is ex- pected to give ten hours of community ser- vice such as tutoring, assisting teachers, teaching C.C.D. and volunteering at local hospitals and nursing homes, while at the same time maintaining a 9.0 grade point average and demonstrating leadership among his or her peers. Mrs. Susan Dumais Advisor Mrs. Adian Doherty Advisor 115 Student Social Council Advisor Mrs. Susan Dumais Vice-President Tracie Hall, President Trinidad Cascia, Secretary Michelle Dumais, and Co-Treasurers Lauree Nuccio and Kim Smart Advisor Mrs. Joan Wojciehowski 117 Sitting. Left to Right: Tara Choinski, Deana Natale, Theresa Lipinski, Cate Drinan, Carmel WTiealon. Christine St. Amant, Donna Lathrop, Michelle Lathrop, Irene Leitao, Pam Leitao. Middle Ron: Julie Weibe, Jenny Hall, Heidi Smith, Sue Roberts, Kathy Wimble, David Callan, Matt Prentiss, Tony Tinnirella, Ann Slupecki, Jeanne McDonald, Terry Mersereau, Kim Sloane, Kim Holtz. Top Rou-: Cindy Mohr, Dawn Divine, Mellissa Mannello, Sharon Everette, Heather Mc- Cuin, Patrick Navin, Jenny Ryan, Janet McDonald, Amy Jenkins, Stacy Rhodes, Kristin Hupfer. Missing From Picture: Michelle Chaplin, Tracey Ishler, Elaine Kadamus, Kathy Kaplan, Matt Orifice, Susan Pape, Renee Scharoff, Mike Surpine, Kerry Toolan, Kristen Patefield. Mr. Rocco Autorino, Chorus Director 122 G E R M A N Advisor Mrs. Susan Bristol, President Cynthia Mohr, and Michele Norris. CLUB J A Z Z Back R ow: Seth Rudolph, Mike Pych, Marc Adelberg, Ken Colby, Mike Piescik, Rob Lukas, Lisa Hoyt, and Roberta Prior. Center Row: Advisor: Mrs. Tracy Came, Matt Orifice, John Casey, Dave Johnston, Elsie Ng, Cathy Arvantely, and Peter Arvantely. Front Row: Mike Lehouillier, Dave Schaefer, Jim Leach, Irene Leitao, Chris Tullock, Louise LeDuc, Mike Adelberg, Christine St. Amant, and Deb Kinney. Missing From Picture: Rick Dubiel, David Hayes, and Sandy Metzler. B A N D 123 I Meichelle Milvae. Stacy Rhodes. Judy Gonynor. Terri Sama. and Randy Baker 124 Advisor Mrs. Marie McGarry LAMPLIGHTERS Standing, Left to Right: Matt Prentiss, Peter Arvantely, Mark Adelberg. David Callan. Beth Surpine, Cate Drinan. Sean Ma xson. Christine St. Amant, Tracy Callan, Valerie Frew, Peter Dubois, . my Jenkins, Candi Spencer, and Theresa Lipinski. Sitting: Scott Callan, Kurt Kress, Michele Norris, Irene Leitao, Katie Dineen, Tayna Ochs, Beth Callan, Danielle Petrillo, Chris Jackson, and Monique Laroche. Kneeling: Lisa Hoyt, Robert Lukas, Eric Grenier, Kristen Palefield, Tracy Lane, Winona Kress. Glenn Gordon, Janet MacDonald, and Melissa Grasso. Mrs. Anita Raposa and Mr. Rocco Autorino — Directors Fiddler On the Roof was presented on February 28 and March 1, 1986. The popular musical, set in 1905 in a Russian village, chronicles the family problems of Tevye, (David Callan), a poor dairy man and his wife Golde, (Christine St. Amant), and their five daughters, who are rebelling against the Jewish traditions their father holds dear. The musical featured such Broadway classics as “If 1 Were a Rich Man” and “Sunrise, Sunset.” Dawn Taylor, President Tracy Brayall, Vice-President Lynn Mgrdichian, and Treasurer Cheryl Carrier I Advisor Mrs. Donna Piela Advisor Mrs. Carol Radziewicz 127 Dd " n The 1986 yearbook staff says goodbye to their “speeial” plaee, room 316. Jn room 3 1 6 we battled deadlines, croppers, cameras and misspelled names. We learned how to keep our senses of humor, work with 35mm cameras, raise funds, and procrastinate. We have worked on each page hoping the book would finally come together. We hope our efforts are appreciated by all of the students in the class of 1986. BOOK 128 Barbara Boucher Superlatives Theresa Lipinski Photography Lisa Staley Photography Michele Norris Sports Patty Dion Opening Elaine Kadamus Senior Candids 1 Erica Walters Senior Candids Sean Maxson Senior Fomials Rytche Bedding Activities 129 Advisor Ms. Gail Darden Besty Coakley Editor-in-Chief Advisor Ms. Donna Lyons From left to right. Back rou: Lori Schaefer, Ellen Donaldson, Karen Breen, Lisa Staley, Sheree Nuccio, Tracey Hall, Jennifer Richard, and Da id Callan. Front row: Darren LaMore, Alissa Gates, Melanie Calitri, Chris Tullock, Betsy Coakley, Michele Norris, Sean Maxson, Cathy Torre, Charlene Vosseller, and Arny Schaefer. Missing from picture: Karen Keeley, Douglas Colson, Erin Walker, Tammy Rader, Courtney Parker, Greg Snow, Tracy Spruill, Tracey Barber, Jennifer Olender, Tracy Lane, and Theresa Lipinski. 130 CANDIDS 131 CANDIDS 132 F ootball 136 Coach DeFilipi with Captains Brian Folio and Mike Morton. Back Rou : Assistant Coach Jack Stasio, Head Coach Tom DeFilipi, Assistant Coaches Mike Lyons, Jack Lyons and Joe Andrychowski; 88 — George Stewarl, 55 — Rex Lyver, 52 , — Jim Maciolek, 73 — Brian Ellis, 36 — Brian Banko»ski. 22 — Eric Slialluck, 32 — Doug WeidI, 53 — Rob Noll, 41 — Dayne Gumkowski, 12 — Jack Riley, 21 — Don Peterson, 93 — Brian Sullivan, 84 — Steve Montville, 87 — Mike Tweedie. Middle Rou : 85 — Rob Rader, 10 — Steve Prete, 23 — Tom Kadamus, 2 — Dave Martin, 61 — Jay Francis, 78 — Kevin Smyth, 80 — Matt Liddell, 94 — Frank Sullivan, 98 — Dan Tyler, 70 — Sean Ritter, 69 — Paul Lefemine, 64 — Todd Archambault, 33 — Jeff Milne, 34 — Joe Tracy, 74 — Sean Crane, 26 — Mike Moores, 8 — Jeff Nosal, 50 — Sean McCue, Manager Sue Pape. Bottom Row: 82 — Mike Dumont, 4 — Brian Boyington, 86 — Joe Pych, 28 — John Zelina, 60 — Rhett Grassette, 58 — Mike Morton, 56 — Kevin Ijtwier, 67 — Bill Delaney, 57 — Joe Herter, 42 — Marc Stets, 45 — Brian F ' ollo, 11 — Pat Gill, 3 — Steve Sims, 7 — Chris Chapps, Manager Tara Choinski. Left to Right: Assistant Coach John Lipinski. Captains: Michele Norris. Theresa Lipinski, and Jennifer Onelo. Coach Mr. John Fisher. Bach Row, Left to Right: Coach Mr. John Fisher, Manager Sheree Nuccio. Debbie Beni. Karen Landry, Sherry Jackson, Chris Jackson, and Kim Holtz. Bottom Row: Betsy Coakley, Melissa Mannello. Cate Drinan. Captains Theresa Lipinski, Michele Norris, and Jennifer Otieto, and Assistant Coach John Lipinski. Girls Swimming 138 Top Left: Chris Jackson performs her awesome dive. Center Picture: The team celebrates a victory. Middle Right: Debbie Bent looks for the com- petition. Bottom Right: Enfield team spirit comes alive. 139 Boys’ Cross-Country Top Rou, Left to Right: Coach Gary Blanchette. Chris Rossano. Kurt Kress. Larry Allan, Jeff Bozeman, joe Triola. Ken Caputo. Greg Rossano. Rob McClintock. Bottom Row: Scott Herron, Sean Gordon. Mark Sutton. Scott Ayers. Matt Besta. Mike Anderson. Captains Ken Caputo. Joe Triola. and Sean Gordon with Coach Blanchette. Captaini Kalh Ciniino and Karen Frilz with Coach Cressoti. 142 Girls Soccer Standing. Left to Right: Lynn Toolan. Jennifer Olender, V’alerie Assantes. Tracy Callan. Tammy Rader, Chris Sartori, Coach Robert Cressolli. Kneeling: Lisa Fazzino. Maureen McGuire. Tracy McMillan. Karen Ferguson. .Amy Normile, Tracy Renna. Sitting: Captains Karen Frilz and Kathy Cimino. Liz Zirolli, Jenn Gates. Top Left: Val determined to keep control of the ball. Below: A quick move by Enfield. Middle: Enfield in action. Bottom Bight: Lisa Faz- zina closes in on her opponents. 143 Girls’ Field Hockey Back Rou, Left to Ri ht: Ingrid Schon, Diane Banks, .Assistant Coach Miss Cindy Bacewicz. Kath Urianne. Lome Murra , Stephanie Olender, Nancy Rivard, Maiy anne Pelligrinelli and Coach Cookie Bromage. Middle Rou: Lisa Lane, Alison Swanson, Brandy Brigham, Trish Gamer, Wendy Lawler, and Lori Foy. Front Rou: Heather Leninger, Cindy Guerette, Renee Chapdelaine, Amy . llan, Michelle Gregoire, Patti Gelden, Amy Nosal, Jen Sadutto. Captains Maryanne Pelligrinelli, Chris Cartwright, and Amy Allan with Coach Cookie Bromage 144 Boys’ Soccer 146 COCOV Top Ron. Left to Right: Paul Miller, Andy Hall. Rob Campbell, Tim Anderson, Keilb IS inans. Malt Mgrdirhian, Rusty Stone, Rick Dubiel, Coach Lennie Short .. Bottom Row: Manager Kristin Choiniere, Mike Foley. Paul Stone. Dan l.ineban, Mike llalish. Dave Link. Jim Carrara. Mall Ma nicki, Manager Richie Esiees. Captains Mall Mgrdichian. Keith IS ' inans and Tim Andersen with Coach Lennie Short . VoUeybaU Standing, Left to Right: Heather Gardner, Stephanie Boudreau, Brenda Kneiss, Linda Vibberts. Kneeling: Lisa Carpenter, Colene Kneiss, Lori Massee, Coach Marian Dippel. Colene Kneiss with Coach Marian Dippel. 148 Left: Lisa Carpenter and Stephanie Boudreau. Belou: Jennifer Rohr. Bottom: The Junior Varsity Volleyball team with Coach Brie Cortin. Center: Colene Kneiss and Heather Gardner congratulate each other on a good game. Boys Swimming Top Row: Dan Porga, Mark Adelberg, Malt Jenks, Corey Bertrand, Joe Ravosa, Andy Wessels, Greg Snow, and Ken Caputo. Bottom Row: Coach John Levine, Steven Caputo, Ron Reid, Chris Povak, Tom Loftus, Chris Colby, Scott Ellis, Tony AUevo, and Assistant Coach Betsy Donihee. 150 Left Page, Middle Left: Captains Ron Reid, Tom Loflus, and Ken Caputo with Coach John Levine. Middle: Ron Reid counts for Enfield during the 500 yard freestyle event. Bottom Left: Determination wins the race! This Page, Top Left: Enfield Swimmers cheer on their teammate. Bottom Left: Dan Porga anxiously awaits his event. Right: A friendly smile after a great race by Greg Snow. Below: The race is on. 151 Wrestling Front Row: Captains Tom MacDonald, Dan Tyler, Art Potter and Eddie Martocchio. Middle Row, Kneeling: Allen Tracy, Brian Sullivan, Don Wright, Rich Cardona, Mike Anderson. Art Anacharico, Jason Oulett, Mark Grillo. Back, Standing: Coach Kirk Parker, Karlyn Duzik — manager, Brian Bouchard, Doug Weidl, Keith Sidway, John Zelina, Sean Flitter, Gene Comeau, Chris Snow, Steve McDonald, David Falk, Scott Luke, Sandy Mangeri — manager, and Coach Joe Andrychowski. Loach Kirk Parker with Captains Tom MacDonald. Artie Pot- ter. F ddie Martocchio. Dan Tyler, and Coach Joe Andrychowski. Bottom Right: Dan Tyler determined to overcome his opponent. Opposite Page. Left to Right. Top to Bottom: Steve McDonald stalks his prey. Artie Potter fighting for EFtS. Tom MacDonald thinks of a quick move to use on his opponent. Sean Ritter gives it his all. Congratulations in order for EflS Raiders! Chris Snow looks on waiting for his chance to show up the competition. 152 Ice Hockey Back Row: Coach Bill Stone, Rusty Stone, John Drabkin, Mike Downs, Mike Bahl, Rich Mascaro, and Coach Phil Clarkin. Middle Row: Dan Crowley, Brian Geaglone, Tom Ward, Mike Crowley, and Derek Agruso. Front Row: Todd Girard, Seth Rudolph, Paul Stone, Kevin Reardon, and Scott Beblo. Middle Right: Enfield takes on East Catholic High School. Above: A fight to the finish. 155 Below: Enfield on the move! Middle Right: 16 scur- ries to get control of the puck. Bottom Right: Quick thinking keeps EllS Raider on his toes. Muidle Left: A victory for Enfield! Top Left: A chance to gain con- trol over East Catholic. Girls’ Basketball ! Standing, Left to Right: J.V. Coach Dave Schlosser, Brandy Brigham. Stephanie Boudreau, Nancy Rivard, Jennifer Olender, and Coach Mrs. Cookie Bromage. Kneeling: Maureen McGuire, Amy Allan. Patty Golden, and Karen Fritz. Maureen slices her way through the competition. Above: An up- in-the-air situation. Boys’ Basketball |iJ I KlJ te ' l j f 12 kiln Back Row: J.V. Coach Mark Thompson, Marc Slets, Joe Prele, Keith Winans, Claude Midgette, Mike Morton. Jeff Spanswick and Coach Don Pisati. Front Row: Darren Crosby, Matt Mgrdichian, Captain Tim Anderson, Pat Gill, Mike Foley, and Matt Hart. Captain Tim Anderson with Coach Don Pisati. Above: Claude Midgette is congratulated. Darren Crosby confuses the other team. Top: Tim Anderson quickly maneuvers the ball away from Conard Above: Matt Mgrdichian waits to make his move. 159 Top: Keith Winans moves ahead of Conard. Above: Just try and take that ball from Mike Choiniere! 1985 1986 E.H.S. %HS Opfir ® • rrk. ' BH Opp. Summing « Ea H4ait iord 9 ' 88 r South CathoiiE " 6? J WindsqrjpjBt • 96 Wethei rya? M jichesl r I. Wii UidP 5J J5 ' -tW • wJIM 67 92 . Pia i y«75 8 . 7Q .9(f % ?4 95 ; - Pl ef EI H X70 90 FiHd Hockey EHS ' 0p|». South Windsor 2 1 Maloney Windham Southington Farmington iJfiH|h Win(%p 0‘,f 0 1 ' •V Country EHS F| otbMl l edtersGi Farmingtfe I? S Wintlfeor l llAchs ter ermi K 162 - Scoreboard few London Kd(]am lanche er Hockey ' ■ WfeAersfield Rockville -Nuffield ■ S. Wi sor |faU I h Fftroi EHS 0pp. 4 6 Boys Baskiettkall JEHS ManHie t - Wethersfield " CotTaPd I 6 ckviIIc ' ' Hart-iP ubN joj SS Windhatn ' 54 . StWindSbr ' ' 71 E} HlEir ird .6 ‘ 0pp. Manc l ter Rwkville d ard E. Catholic Suffiefe S. Windsor fermi " " Manchester Windsor Simsbury ’ El! Catholic llplastonbury ubEc ■Wethersfield ' Fermi ,S. Wiil f 8 or f E. Haft(pfd y- I J eelling EHS 0pp. 57 15 30 34 43 i 4 Newton Buckeley Wej ersfiek BristSn.EasC eaver Southingtotw New Britain T HaU High Bloomfield B to Central Sim ury Ei artford Rockville 1 r : • .-r i0 . : i . 1 - i I Prices of 1986 gallon of-gas $1.19 MoDoiiaUI’s hamhilnger J . $ .59 McDonald’s fries $ .57 McDonald’s coke $ .59 school lunch $ 1.00 stamp S .22 senior prom ticket $65.00 junior prom ticket $55.00 ECHO 1 986 yearho»)k . . . $30.00 school dance $2. .50 movies $ 1.00 or $ .99 EHS football game $ 1.00 EHS haskethall game .... $ 1.00 EHS hockey game $ 2.00 dozen donuts $ 2.79 dozen roses $39.00 CONGRATULATIONS to The Class of 1986 Asnuiituck Community College has been providing North Central Connecticut with access to education since 1972. Remember — ACCess begins with A.C.C.! enfield square OPTICIANS COMPLETE OPTICAL SERVICE 63 ENFIELD SQUARE ELM STREET ENFIELD. CONN, (203) 741-0893 OPEN 10 A.M. -8:30 P.M. MON. THRU FRI. ROBERT D. AMES SAT. 10 A.M. - 5 P.M. 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Oil Sales Serv ice 745-0321 Auto Center CoTiiplete Service Repair and Bodyshop 741-2527 The entire staff of Continental Cablevision Congratulations to the Class of 1986 BEST WISHES EROM DAIRY MART CONVENIENCE STORES ■ 1 dairy mart ‘ Newsis tlie first rough, draft of history.” In their thirst for national reputation, some news- papers have grown indifferent to hometown events. They think only in terms of big national and international stories. Yet if it affects you. any story can be a big story. Ben Bradlee Editor iWjshinglon Post The Journal Inquirer believes local news is big news. In each of the towns it serves, the Journal Inquirer reports local news with the depth and commitment other newspapers reserve for the " big” events. The J! seeks not only to watch town and state government, but to hold them accountable. If people are to control their own destinies, they must know what ' s happening in their own towns as well as in the nation and the world. That ' s why the history being made right around the corner is the main business of the Journal Inquirer. The JI tells it like it is. Somebody has to. Journal Inquirer Cy J 7. .1 ,1 ;tT USED CAR RENTAL 50 Palomba Dr Bruce Pilotte Entield, CT 06082 1-203-745-1639 THE SUFFIELO SAVINGS BANK COMPANIES Supporting the communities we serve. r HOME iSr MORTGAGE IM) CORPORATE A umuo MVMGi lAMA COmMWT Ucntef me 1 telnom Sun fr«o si SUfTlELD SAVINGS DANK s«: 66 Noun Marn Sueei :T 06078 666-1261 tsiocuiD. uiiots A UfUCLO MW COMKwn a ONE ON ONE Unisex Hair Design and Tanning Salon Mon. thru Fri. 9 lo 8 Saturday 8 lo 2 1593 King Street Tel. 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The Connecticut Army National Guard has college finan- cial aid programs that can help you pay for upcoming ex- penses like tuition, books and lab fees. The programs are open to men and women who meet specified requirements at the time of enlistment. Here are the highlights: TUITION WAIVER A Connecticut state law waiving tuition for Guard members can mean big savings for students. Students enrolled at any of our state community colleges, state technical colleges, state universities, or the University of Connecticut, are not required to pay tuition fees if they are members of the Connecticut Army National Guard. NEW GI BILL The “New GI Bill” for Army National Guard members will provide you with over $5000 in tax-free tuition assistance, with monthly allotments over a 36 month period, while you attend an institution of higher learning. When we qualify you to enlist in one of our ex- citing and challenging Army National Guard posi- tions, we’ll sign you up for the “New GI Bill.” THE ENLISTMENT BONUS PROGRAM $2000 in cold hard cash. We’ll pay you $2000 cash over the first four years of your enlistment period. STUDENT LOAN REPAYMENT PROGRAM $500 or 15% pay-off on your outstanding student loans The Student Loan Repayment Program can repay you outstanding federal student loans at the rate of 15% o $500, whichever is greater, for each year of service it the National Guard. The Connecticut Army National Guard Announces . . . THE PART TIME JOB (One weekend a month and two weeks in the summer) WITH THE FULL-TIME BENEFITS New GI Bill Plus Critical Skill Bonus Plus Student Loan Repayment Program Total Guard Income TOTAL $ 5,04C 2 , 00 ( 10 , 00 ( 12,50C S29,54( FOR MORE DETAILS CALL NOW CONNECTICUT ARMY NATIONAL GUARD RECRUITER SOT MICHAEL YUSCAVITCH NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY RTE S AND MULLEN RO ENFIELD. CT 060«2 74S-SS67 TOLL FREE 1 -e00-»42-W74 182 VIDEO GALAXY X 253 Hazard Avenue Enfield, Connecticut 06082 203-779-8470 Miller Oil Co. OIL HEAT SPECIALISTS 447 Enfield Street Enfield, CT 06082 TEL. 745-0326 RADIO DISPATCHED Enfield Power Equipment Co. otfiDooi ram (owwn SALES SERVICE RENTALS • Lawn Mowers • Riding Mowers • Tractors • Garden Tillers • Snow Throwers • Chainsaws 447 Enfield Street, Enfield, CT 741 -2900 183 o (HiEars yr£B It |I fc fl B Raymond E. Cloutier 1925-1985 Raymond E. Cloutier was a dedicated husband, father, grandfather, educator, and counselor. During his lifetime he gained experience in numerous occupations, but his first love was education. He worked his way through college at- tending the University of New Hampshire and the University of Illinois where he earned his B. degree majoring in French and English w ith minors in Spanish, science, and psychology . He became jack of all trades and master of many, from machinist, court stenographer, cook, radio-tv repairman, summer theater manager, caretaker, substitute teacher, high school teacher of French and English to college teacher of psychology . Ray served our country as a member of the infantry in the .Asiatic-Pacific Theater during orld ar II. In 1955 Ray became a guidance counselor in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, and worked toward his masters degree in education at Boston University. .After serving as guidance director in Danbury High School, he became Director of Pupil Personnel in Uitchfield. Connecticut. He also served as a consultant and as head of the language department in addition to his other duties. In 1972 Ray became the new career education counselor at Enfield High School. He was later to serve as department chairman for many years. Ray was a counselor ' s counselor who responded with advice and caring were you to ask about a college or how to han- dle a complex situat ion. Ray was at ease when encouraging a student with no immediate direction as well as the articulate, well-educated young person going on to a competitive school. He had a wealth and depth of knowledge gained from ex- perience, and his natural thirst for learning was astounding. He had a logical and inquisitive mind. Those who knew Ray well were privileged and w ill miss his subtle sense of humor, his compassionate caring ways, and the quiet stability of his presence. Ray was a gentle, dy namic man who kept his personal troubles to himself, while helping others to cope with their prob- lems. He was religious in an orthodox yet universal way, for he spoke only of the positive side of life and always shied away from the glory he deserved. Ray will be remembered by those of us who knew him as a truly gentle man — his legacy of caring and giving has helped us all. Rae Tober 186 Edward J. Boland 1938-1985 Edward J. Boland was taken from us at the height of his powers. According to the cliche, there are no indispensable people. For those of us who knew and loved Eddie, a crater yawns in front of our lives which seems impossible to fill. Eddie Boland was a scholar and natural leader. He had an absolute genius for friendship. He was the most loving man I’ve ever known. Eddie Boland loved to laugh. His good humor attracted people like a magnet. He loved good conversa- tion and the quick retort. His humor was clean, sharp, and frequently a weapon against small-mindedness, bigotry, hypocrisy, or cruelty. He loved his profession and waged an unceasing battle to force it to live up to its own ideals. He knew ways to nuture creativity ... to promote maximum learning ... to persevere despite a wall of obstacles ... to focus effort where it was most needed ... to adapt learning to shifting circumstances ... to avoid the flashy bandwagons and cling to successful programs and to support teachers and students to work more efficiently without being aware of his guidance and support. He was a human dynamo solving all the problems, soothing all the egos, mending all the breaks, dreaming of new ways to make Enfield a better place to work, to learn, and to live. He had meetings in the morning before most people were awake and continued working till late at night. We marveled at his endurance and accomplishments. The constant ques- tion was always, “How does Eddie do it?” Eddie Boland celebrated St. Patrick’s Day for most of March. He loved his Irish heritage and was a devoted scholar of heroes and poets, martyrs and patriots. He loved Irish music and could find the Celtic station on any radio. With his fami- ly he spent a year in Ireland absorbing the culture, tracing the legends, and delighting in the music of the language. Yet all of his accomplishments are surpassed by his over-whelming love of his fellowman. He knew how to be a friend. He touched thousands of lives in a positive way. He was real. He cared. He gave of himself He was the mighty tree on which hundreds of saplings leaned. We are all better people because we knew Eddie Boland. He stood for the best men can be. He dreamed then worked to fulfill the dream. He had an instinctive feel for pain. He knew who needed him and he was always there. He visited the sick and dying, he assuaged the wounded pride. In countless ways he cheered us up, found our best, and overlooked our faults. He took care of us. In those terrible, dark moments when everything closes in he would say, “Now we have to be indomitable!” We are all selfish. To have a friend like Eddie enriches us, and we want it to last forever. We were blessed to have him, and now it is time to be indomitable. From the Eulogy delivered by Dr. Frank Taylor, November 12, 1985 187 A final Farewell to a SPECIAL PLACE! The Yearbook staff of Enfield High School would like to thank the following people for their help and support in the publication of ECHO 1986 — The staff and administration of Enfield High School The staff and photographers from Yearbook Associates Denny Galvin, Taylor Publishing Company Rae Tober Frank Taylor Sean Ryan, Photographer James Staley, Photographer


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