Father Lopez High School - Veritas Yearbook (Daytona Beach, FL)

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"-Q-.NM i' iq-W .- f- """"""'--M. ,Xx, , .1 Q. "f"6.: WS IT IS STILL M A BEAUTIF L WORLD 0 1927 by Max Ehrmann. All rights reserved. Copyright renewed 1954 by Bertha K. Ehrmann. Reprinted by permission Robert L. Bell, Melrose, Mass. 02176 1 6 i ADMINISTRATION FACULTY-STAFF Veritas Sister Christine Marian, R.S.H.M. Career Sr. Christine was born in New York City. A a young woman she realized she had a vocatio to serve God in a very special way. She joine the religious order of The Sacred Heart o Mary. Sister Christine has been "around th world" sewing God as an educator. For exam ple, she has taught in France and Italy and i Columbia. When Sister came to Father Lope in 1976, she brought with her both administra tive experience and teaching experience i Math, Spanish, and Social Studies. She cur rently serves as the Assistant Principal for Aca demic Affairs. Sister makes herself readil available to both students and faculty, and i always willing to help in any way she can. Th door of her office is always open and to us i symbolizes an open and constantly lovin Christian heart. Thank you Sister for alway being there ...... Salutes f mx Mrs. Raisa Leorza Women Mrs. Leorza was born in Cuba in 1917. She was graduated from the University of Havana and she taught English until she was forced to leave her homeland in 1963 during the severe political unrest in Cuba. Mrs. Leorza came to Father Lopez in 1965. She earned some needed credits at Bethune-Cookman and she began teaching Spanish. That was seventeen years ago. When we speak of Raisa Leorza, we can- not help but use words like dedication, courage and faith. She attributes much to her husband Luis-and smiles when she remembers they have been married 40 years. When graduates of Father Lopez come back to see the "old school" you can be sure that a stop to see Mrs. Leorza is first on their list. During her teaching career she has personally touched thousands of students who had an opportunity to meet a true Christian educator. 19 DIOCESE OF ORLANDO BISHOP THOMAS GRADY, ORDINARY 6:5571 ff g X' SW ""sl..g DR. GAIL WEST, SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS FATHER LOPEZ HIGH SCHOOL REVEREND WILLIAM J. MESSICK, O.S.F.S., PRESIDENT E 1 INC NEIL F. PISTANA, PRINCIPAL WILLIAM MCCABE REVEREND FRANCIS Bethune-Cookman BLOOD, O-S-F-S Assistant Principal in charge of Chaplain Student Affairs S.G.A. Sponsor Leadership Workshop Theology Coordinator Sponsor-Chess Club Il SHARON BELCHER BUD ASHER Guidance Counselor University of Georgia Athletic Director Head Coach-Football THEOLUGY JEFFREY SNYDER REVEREND JAMES St. Mary's of Baltimore CASSIDY, O.S.F.S. Junior Theology Catholic University Coach-Girls Varsity Basketball Sophomore Theology RALPH ECKOFF Marquette University Freshmen Theology Sponsor-Freshman Class, Christian Service Club SOCIAL STUDIES S SS fi? JOSEPH DOUGHERTY K Bowling Green T World Culture Coach-Boys Varsity Basketball ROBERT ARCURI University of Georgia American History Sponsor-Drama Club f J LAURIE MCAFEE Rice University Senior Social Studies Sponsor-Model U.N ANGUAGES AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION mill! Q2 K BOBBY PITTMAN Florida State University Health, Physical Education Coach-Girls .I.V. Basketball gre l 'i ar l DIXIE HENNICK Stetson University Spanish Sponsor-Pep Club VIRGINIA BUCHANAN University of Tennessee Health, Physical Education KAREN HOTCHKISS University of Maryland French MATHEMATICS AND BUSINESS tw 3, .5 2 , xxx 'ang I X K A . 1 -. ROBERTA SNYDER ROBERT DEY University of Central Florida Stetson University Algebra Geometry Sponsor-Varsity Cheerleaders MARK VENDON ROBERT KRAL University of Arizona Murray State University Algebra, Pre-Calculus Typing, Business ENGLISH WILLIAM HUNTER GERARD MOSEY St. Peter's College Western Michigan University Senior English Junior English Sponsor-Brain Bowl Sponsor-Junior Class Director-Chorus Leadership Workshop '51 .J --F' '13 THERESA LENTZ FRANCIS FILICETTI Ball State University Western Michigan University Freshman English Sophomore English Sponsor-Sophomore Class, Yearbook SCIENCE AND LIBRARY CROSBY ROGERS Salem University Physical Science -gi 3 i i R MARY DE CARIA Clarion State Librarian Ffh V-. CASSANDRA JERZYKOWSKI University of Central Florida Biology Sponsor-Senior Class 5 , SHIRLEY SPRAGUE Library Aide STAFF gr A-:f MARY TRUSCOTT School Secretary EVELYN CHAMPAGNE ! '5' Bookkeeper I ,,,.g:rgrf1c : ' T "-L L ,- A SISTER MIRIAM THOMAS O.P. Receptionist 29 X l x FGOD SERVICES I Left ro right: Barbara Berman, Mary Prestigiacomo, Irma Riley, Regina Hawk SCOTT GRIEVE Director of Physical Plant QUOTES TO REMEMBER ,g-1 5 QE5 UdllPINQW' vw. Wir 1 X E al-'- I M X f Lf If we hold this sign can we be in your parade" 'bi yy Q - . ws- ucv: . -1- ' at J- .L . ,- f 'Em "This is absolutely the last time I use a computer dating service!" , -un ..v --- Y -i 41" " . . . Let us thank Him for our food, A-y-y-y-y-y-y-Men!" i "Why are we always the last ones to be picked?" if., A A 235' .4- Obhquug, "Turn about is fair play!" if "I want my lunch . . . now!!" Veritas Proudly Presents The Class of 1982 E Aan: CLASS MOTTO-The rung of a ladder was never meant to rest upon, but only to hold a man's foot long enough to enable him to put the other some- what higher. Thomas Henry Huxley. CLASS CGLORS-Kelly Green and White CLASS F LOWER-Yellow Rose, symbolizing friendship CLASS SONG-You've Got a Friend-Carole King President Vice President Senior Class JOHN FORD GROESCHNER, JR. GRESH Stamford, Connecticut, May 14, 1964 "The human race has only one really effective weapon and that is laughter." Twain F.L.H.S. 2,3,4, Spanish Club 3,4, Interact Club 3,43 S.G.A. 4, Chess Club 1, Medical Explorers 3,4, Senior Class President, Yearbook Staff Photograph 3,4, Weightlifting 2,3, Baseball 3, Scholar Athlete Award 3, Track 1,2, Cro Country 2,3,4, Most Dedicated Award 2, Furman Scholar 3, National Mer Scholarship Semi-Finalist 4, Who's Who Among Foreign Language Studen 2,3, First Honors l,2,3,4, Sons of the American Revolution Speech Contest Society of Distinguished American High School Students 3, N.H.S. 2,3, Vice-President 3, Highest Academic Honors in Theology 3. DEBORAH ANN COLE Deb Annapolis, Maryland, August 3, 1964 "And if you listen very hard, the tune will come to you at last when all are on and one is all, to be a rock and not to roll."-Anon. F.L.H.S. 1,2,3,4, S.G.A. 4, Vice President of the Senior Class, Pep Clu 1,2,3,4, President 4, French Club 1,2, N.H.S. 3,43 Model U.N. 4, J.V. Baske ball 2,3,4, Swimming 1, Track 2,3,4, N.E.D.T. Merit 1, Interact 4, Volleyba 1, Science Fair 3, Newspaper Editor 3, Yearbook 4, Homecoming Committe 1,2,3,4, Prom Committee 3. Secretary Treasurer Officers JULIE LYNN KEOUGH Julie Chicago, Illinois, May 27, 1964 Laughter is the best medicine ..... F.L.H.S. l,2,3,4, Track 13 Pep Club 1,23 Yearbook Staff 33 Basketball Statisti- cian l,2g Homecoming Court 2,43 Intramural Volleyball 2, Interact 3g Junior and Senior Class Secretaryg S.G.A. 3,4g Prom Committee 33 Who's Who Among American High School Students 3. MARY ANGELICA FONT Mary Peoria, Illinois, January 31, 1964 "If you can imagine it you can achieve it. If you can dream it you can become it." F.L.H.S. 2,3,4g N.H.S. 3,4g S.G.A. 3,4g Spanish Club l,3,4g Treasurer lg Yearbook Committee 3,4g Senior Class Treasurer, Drama Club 1,34 French Club 2g Pep Club lg Debate Team 1, Fall School Play lg Cheerleader 2g Co- Captaing Model U.N. 4, Junior Homecoming Courtg Soccer Manager 3g Health Careers Club 2,3g Interact 3,4g Prom Server 2g Prom Committee 3, Intramural Volleyball 3g Science Fair 3,4g Homecoming Committee l,2,3,4. 35 THOMAS GEORGE ACHINGER, JR. Ach Syracuse, New York, October 25, 1964 "If I leave here tomorrow would you still remember me . . . " Lynyrd Skynyr F.L.H.S. 3,4g French Club lg J.V. Soccer l,2,4g N.H.S. 2,3,4. PAOLO ANTONIO AMBROSINI Paolo Guayaquil, Ecuador, August 13, 1963 "There are two days in every week in which one should not worry: yesterday an tomorrow."-Anon. F.L.H.S. 4, Swimming 4, Soccer 4. JOHN MICHAEL BANDORF John Daytona Beach, Florida, April 19, 1964 "A penny saved is a penny earned . . . "-B. Franklin. F.L.H.S. l,2,34g Second Honors 1 RICHARD JOSEPH BEAUREGARD, JR. Beau Seekonk, Massachusetts, July 1, 1964 "We know what we are, but know not what we may be."-Shakespeare F.L.H.S. l,2,3,4g Tennis lg Track 2, J.V. Basketball 23 Baseball 3g Soccer 3,4. DOROTHY LOUISE BELITSOS Dottie Detroit, Michigan, November 18, 1964 "I do the very best I know how, the very best I can, and I mean to keep doing so un- til the end."-Lincoln F.L.H.S. 1,2,3,4g Cheerleader l,2,4g Health Careers Club 2,3g Spanish Club 3,4g Yearbook 3,4g Soccer Manager 3g Model U.N. Secretary 43 S.G.A. 43 Distin- guished American High School Student 33 Who's Who 33 Who's Who in Foreign Languages 3,43 Drama 3. PETER L. BENZA Pete Bronx, New York, September 20, 1965 "You cannot teach a man anything, you can only help him find it within him- self."--Galileo F.L.H.S. l,2,3,4g Football 3,45 Soccer 33 Weightlifting 1,2,3,4g Swimming l,2,3g Prom Committee 33 Drama 4. 37 CHARLIE ROSE BINES Dew Denville, New Jersey, May 5, 1964 "Hold to a true friend with both hands."-Anon. F.L.H.S. 1,2,3,4g Pep Club l,2,3,4g Swimming l,2,4g J.V. Volleyball 2,3 Varsity Volleyball 4g Girl's Basketball 23 Softball 3,44 Yearbook 4, Cheerleader Manager 4g Freshman Basketball Manager lg Soccer Manager 43 Varsity Boy's Basketball Manager 4. THOMAS A. BONNER Tom Let's be glad for the good times. There will be time for sadness when we leave r l DEBRA ANN BOOKMYER Bookie Pompano Beach, Florida, February 12, 1964 "We will be remembered not by what we carry with us but by what we leave behind."-Anon. r F.L.H.S. 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 1,2,3,4g Christian Service Club l,2,3,4g Tennis 1,23 Spanish Club l,2,3,4g Prom Committee 33 Yearbook 1,2,3,4g Newspaper 1,2. As I go out into this world of colors, I will always remember green and white."- non. DL.H.S. 43 Football 4. ELIZABETH ANN CAWLEY Bronx, New York, December 9, 1963 "It's not where you live it's how you live."-Janet F.L.H.S. 43 Spanish Club 2,39 B.D.A. Club l,2,3g Yearbook 2,33 Prom Commit- tee 3g Drama 2,3. ERIC EDWARDO BOSWELL Super Boz A Stutgart, Germany, May 7, 1964 MIA SOPHIA BUCKNER Kitty Kat Deal, New Jersey, July 31, 1964 "Is there a place where I can go that ties things still until we grow, till eternity will it fill desire . . . , we live for love."-Pat Benatar F.L.H.S. l,2,3,4g Drama Club lg Miss Father Lopez 1979-80, French Club 23 Model for Jrf Sr Fashion Show 3, Pep Club 3,45 Yearbook Committee 4, Varsity Cheerleader Co-Manager 4. . Liz 39 A ,. i I' tl JEROME KERMIT COBLE Jerry Daytona Beach, Florida, May 15, 1964 "Do your best, and success will be just a short step away."-J.K.C. F.L.H.S. l,2,3,4g Freshman Basketball lg J.V. Basketball 2g J.V. Football 2 CARLOS NOEL COLON Carlos Bronx, New York, March 13, 1964 "Live life to the hilt, and trust in yourself."-Anon. F.L.H.S. 1,2,3,4g Soccer 1,43 Track 2,43 J.V. Football 23 Volleyball 23 Weightlift- ing 43 Spanish Club 4. ROMEO DATOR Romeo Lucana City, Phillipines, January 12, 1964 "Two roads diverged in a wood, and I-I took the one less travelled by, and that has made all the difference? F.L.H.S. 3,44 Student Activities Council 1,23 N.E.D.T. Award 23 Who's Who 3. DENNIS JOSEPH DE GRACIA Dennis Niagara Falls, New York, March 8, 1964 "A man who lives right and is right has more power in his silence than another has by his words."-Phillip Brooks F.L.H.S. l,2,3,43 Spanish Club 3,42 Health Careers l,2,33 Tennis l,2Q N.H.S. 3,43 Yearbook 43 Newspaper 33 First Honors l,2,3,4Q Model U.N. 3,43 Who's Who 33 Medical Explorers 3,43 Florida Foundation for Future Scientists 33 Fashion Show Committee 33 Miss Lopez Committee 33 Who's Who in Foreign Languages 3. EILEEN FRANCES DEMMING Ikey Daytona Beach, Florida, August 20, 1964 "Power is like alcohol, the faster it is consumed the more quickly it affects the brain." F.L.H.S. 1,2,343 Basketball Manager lg Pep Club 13 N.E.D.T. Award l3Spanish Club 23 Brain Bowl l,2,3,43 Whois Who Among Ameircan High School Students 33 Who's Who in Foreign Languages in Florida and Georgia High Schools 23 Society of Distinguished American High School Students 33 N.H.S. 3,43 S.G.A. Secretary 43 Prom Committee 33 Intramural Basketball and Volleyball 23 School Correspondent for Daytona Beach News Journal 43 Honor Roll l,2,3,43 Interact 43 Medical Explorers 3. JOSEPH VINCENT DCNOHUE Joey St. Joseph, Michigan, July ll, 1964 "Be as good as you can be . . . "-J.V.D. F.L.H.S. l,2,3,43 Varsity Boys Basketball 2,3,43 S.G.A. l, Track 23 Who's Who 33 Surf Club l,2Q French Club 23 Newspaper 3. 4l MARK EDWARD DILLARD Mark Blessed are the peacemakers . . . Blessed are the poor in spirit . . . For they shall see God-St. Matthew SIMONE HELENE DUMERMUTH Monnie ' Frankfurt, West Germany, September 29, 1964 "Our memories of yesterday will last a lifetime. We'll take the best and forget the rest."-Styx. F.L.H.S. 1,2,3,4g Honor Roll l,2,3,4g Pep Club 1,2,3g Newspaper 3g Model U.N. Club 33 Cross Country 3,4g Track Team 2,3,4g Science Fair 3, Miss Lopez Committee 2,3g French Club 1,24 Yearbook 2,3,4g N.H.S. 3,4g Brain Bowl 4g President 4g Scholar Athlete 2,3g Most improved 3. JILL MARIE EARDLEY Jill Daytona Beach, Florida, June 29, 1964 55 ' N "Here's me. Take me for what I am with all my frailties, all my stupidity, and so on. And if you can't, leave me be."-Leo Buscaglia F.L.H.S. l,2,3,4g Honorable Mention Pre-Algebra lg Most Improved English lg Spanish Club Secretary 35 Weightlifting Manager 3g Cheerleading 33 Football Manager 4g Track 43 Chorus 4, Drama Club 4g S.G.A. 43 Homecoming Queen 4g Miss Lopez Contestant 4. 3 42 SOPHIA EHRINGER Sophia Malibu Beach, California, November 5, 1964 Laughter has always seemed to me the most civilized music in the universe."- eter Ustma. .L.H.S. l,2,3,4g N.H.S. 2,3,4g Track l,2g Diving Team 4, Raquetball Team 3,43 asketball Statistician l,2g Who's Who Among Foreign Language Students 2,3g ho's Who Among American High School Students 3,43 Spanish Club 4, S.G.A. ,2,3,4g Treasurer 35 Interact 2,3,4g Homecoming Court 4g Yearbook Photogra- her 3,45 Pep Club lg First Honors 1,2,3,4. SCOTT A. FARMER Scott Hollywood, Florida, October 6, 1964 "All the world's a stage . . . "-Shakespeare. F.L.H.S. 2,3,4g Swimming 2,3,4g All County 2,3,4g Captain 3,4g Most Valuable 3,4g Volusia County Swimmer of the Year 3,4g Soccer 2,3,4g All County 2, Captain 43 Scholar Athlete 3,4g Weightlifting 2g Intramural Basketball 2,43 Interact 2,3,4g Float Building Committee 2,3,4g S.G.A. 2,3,4g Homecoming Com- mittee 3,4g Student Fundraising 2,3, Prom Committee 3, Spanish Club 1,33 N.H.S. 3,4. STEPHEN PHILLIP FARMER Steve Schenectady, New York, July 15, 1964. 'In the game of life it's not whether you win or lose that's important, it's whether ou manage to survive."-Ziggy. .L.H.S. l,2,3,4g Basketball l,2,3,4g Captain 4g Intramural Basketball 2,3g rench Club 2,3g Surf Club l,2, Boy's State Alternate 4, Homecoming Court 4, ewspaper Staff 3g A.V. Aide l,2,3,4. 43 CARLOS MARTIN FORTICH Carlos Marrietia, Ohio, September 11, 1964 "Why not?" F.L.H.S. 1,2,3,4g Football 1,23 Intramural Basketball 2. TIMOTHY ROBERT F ORTIER Tim "Some people look at things that are and ask 'why?' I dream of things that could be and ask 'why not'?' "-R.F.K. MARC STEVEN FOX Marc "I'm just sitting here watchin' the world go round and round . . . "-J. Lennon. CAMILLE M. GESUALDI Camel Trenton, New Jersey, November 21, 1964 "Always do rightg this will gratify some people and astonish the rest."-Mark Twain. F.L.H.S. 3,43 Cross Country 3, Track 33 Yearbook lg Gymnastics Club l,2g Horizons lg C.S.C. l,2. LESLIE ELAINE GILBERT Gilley Daytona Beach, Florida, February 27, 1964. "In every living thing, there is a spirit to be free."--Anon. F.L.H.S. 1,2,3,4g Varsity Cheerleader 2,3,4g Captain 4, Who's Who Among Foreign Language Students 39 Honor Roll lg Journalism Award lg Wilderness Club 2, Yearbook Darkroom Staff 2, Spanish Club 3,43 Secretary 43 Gymnastic Team lg Newspaper Staff lg Raquetball Manager 33 Weightlifting Manager 3g Prom Decorating Committee 33 Honorably Pep Club Member 43 Miss Lopez Contestant 4, Fashion Show Model 3, Exceptional Effort Geometry 2. ELAINE MAY GREANEY Lainie Holyoke, Massachusetts, June 14, 1964 "Smile, if you see someone without a smile give him one of yours." F.L.H.S. l,2,3,4g Pep Club 1,23 Spanish Club 4, J.V. Volleyball 23 Varsity Volley- ball Manager 3,4. 45 JOSEPH F. GRUBER Joe Buffalo, New York, November 6, 1964 "Everybody likes and respects selfmade men. It is a great deal better to be made in that way than not to be made at all." F.L.H.S. 2,3,4g Football 1,2,3,4g Quarterback Club Player of the Week 4g Co- Captain of Varsity Football Team 4, News Journal Player of the Week 33 Wres- tling lg Honor Roll 1,2,3g Outstanding American Club 4. BETTY ANNE GUSTIN Betsy Gary, Indiana, December 15, 1963 vit "Yes, there are two paths you could go by, but in the long run there's still time change the road you're on."-Led Zeppelin STEPHEN LAURENT HARTMAN . Steve "Nothing is at last sacred but the integrity of ones own mind."-Emerson. 4.42, F.L.H.S. 1,2,3,4g Spanish Club 1,2, Honor Roll l,2,3,43 Drama Club 1,2 46 Daytona Beach, Florida, February 18, 1964 "I'm just sitting here watching the wheels go round and round." F.L.H.S. l,2,3,4g J.V. Football 1,23 Varsity Football 3,43 Chess Club l,2,4g Soccer 2,3,4g Weightlifting 1,23 Track 1,23 Who's Who 4. JOHN RONALD HAWK, JR. Hamburger Tuscaloosa, Alabama, September 2, 1964 it "Too much time on my hands."-Styx. MICHAEL JOSEPH HUGHES III Mike Daytona Beach, Florida, February 26, 1964 F.L.H.S. 1,2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,3,4g J.V. Football 1,23 Track lg Spanish Club 4 Intramural Basketball 1,2. WENDY ANNE JARRELL Wendell ? gn. F.L.H.S. 1,2,3,4g Float Building 2,33 Christian Service Club 1,23 Pep Club 23 ,G W p I Spanish Club 4. ,gg 1 4 47 LAURA ELLEN JONES Laura Orlando, Florida, February 5, 1964 F.L.H.S. 1,2,3,4g Spanish Club 3g Pep Club 33 Drama Club 3,43 Homecomi Committee 3, Intramural Tennis 2g Chorus 43 Christian Service Club 4g Blo Donor 3, Who's Who Among American High School Students 3g Who's W Among Foreign Language Students 2,3g Newspaper Staff 3. "To be truly happy you must be willing to give of yourself to someone in need. r c l MALIK AZAM KHAN Malik Takarodi, Ghana, May 9, 1964 "Men are born with greatness, others achieve greatness, and others have great- ness thrust upon them." F,L.H.S. 1,3,4g Swimming 3, Basketball lg Fashion Show Executive Director 3' Lighting Director for Miss Lopez Contest 3. ROBERT STEVEN LATTA, JR. Bobby "How many worthy men have we known to survive their own reputationf Anon. F.L.H.S. l,2,3,4g French Club 1,23 Track l,2,3,4g Weightlifting 2,3,4g Raquetba 4g .I.V. Football 2. 48 HEATHER MARIE LILL Gainesville, Florida, January 18, 1964 Born to be wild".-Steppenwolf .L.H.S. 1,2,3,4, Swim Team 1,2,3,4, J.V. Cheerleader 2, Yearbook Photogra- L her 4. PAMELA FRANCES McMENAMY Daytona Beach, Florida, May 22, 1964 A rose is a rose is a rose . . . " '.L.H.S. 2,3,4, Varsity Basketball l,3,4, Volleyball 3,4, lst Runner-up Miss aopez 3, Miss Congeniality 3. Heffer NANCY DORIS LOPEZ Lopes Ormond Beach, Florida, March 19, 1964 "Though nothing can bring back the hour, Of splendor in the grass, of glory in the flower, We will grieve not, rather find strength in what remains behind."- Wordsworth. F.L.H.S. l,2,3,4, Golf Team l,2,3,4, Captain 2, American Legion Award l, Pep Club l,2, Class President 2,3, Spanish Club 1,2,3,4, S.G.A. l,2, Interact l,2,3, Who's Who 3, Who's Who in Foreign Languages 3, Honor Roll l,2,3,4. Mic 49 BRIAN MICHAEL McCUE Cuestick "We all make mistakes, some just make more than others."-Anon. F.L.H.S. 2,3,43 Chess Club 4, Science Fair 43 Junior Republican Club 4. JOSEPH JAMES McMAHON J .J . West Palm Beach, Florida, March 24, 1964. "A man who lives right and is right has more power in his silence than another h by his words." F.L.H.S. l,2,3,43 French Club 13 Swimming 1,2,3,4. CAROLIE J O MARKS Pinky Somerville, New Jersey, May 20, 1964 "If you love something set it free, if it comes back to you it's yours. If it doesn't never was."-Anon. F.L.H.S. 1,2,3,43 Pep Club 1,2Q French Club 1,23 N.H.S. 3,4. BRIAN HUGH MARTIN Dice Athens, Georgia, April 2, 1964 "If at first you don't succeed, try, try again . . . "-Anon. F.L.H.S. 1,2,3,4g Football l,2,3,4g GolfTeam l,2,4g Tennis 33 J.V. Basketball 1,2 Spanish Club 3, Weightlifting 2. CHRISTOPHER HULL MASON Chris Ormond Beach, Florida, December 12, 1964 "My idea of an agreeable person is one who agrees with me."-Benjamin Disrae- li. F.L.H.S. 1,2,3,4g Varsity Football 2,3,4g Raquetball 2,4g GolfTeam lg Bacfpack- ing 1,25 Secretary 2. DAVID MICHAEL MATTE Stick Boy Sarasota, Florida, April 22, 1964 "Don't stop believing, hold on to that feeling."-Journey F.L.H.S. l,2,3,4g Floatbuilding Committee 3,4g Prom Decorating Committee 3 Photography Award 3. 51 ANDREW MILLER Andy Newport Beach, California, September 20, 1964 "All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players."-Shake speare. F.L.H.S. 2,3,4g Tennis 2,3,4g Baseball 2, Yearbook Staff 4, Surf Club 2 CRAIG JOSEPH MILLER Craig Deland, Florida, December 2, 1964 "Only the good die young."-Billy Joel F.L.H.S. l,2,3,4g J.V. Basketball l,2g N.H.S. 2,3g Who's Who Among Foreign Languages 2,3, First Honors l,2,3. VLASIOS GEORGE MOUTSOPOULOS Val Cleveland, Ohio, March 16, 1964 "Genius, that power which dazzles mortal eyes, is often but perseverance in disguise." F.L.H.S. 2,3,4g Football 3,43 Basketball 3,4g Health Careers 3, Drama Club 2,3,4g Spanish Club 3,4g Chess Club 43 Track 23 J.V. Football 23 Yearbook Committee 4, Intramurals 2. 52 KIMBERLY LOUISE NELSON Kim Tallahassee, Florida, December 1, 1964 "As long as your heart is full of love, you've always got something to give." F.L.H.S. 1,2,3,4g French Club 1,23 Intramural Bowling lg Girl's Basketball Man- ager 2g Backpacking Club 25 Science Fair, Second Place Award 33 Prom Decorat- ing Committee 3, Yearbook Staff 3, Honorary Pep Club Member 4, S.G.A Homeroom Representative 45 Cheerleader 4, Co-editor of Literary Magazine 3 Miss Lopez Contestant 4. BRIAN JAMES O'DWYER Mad Man Buffalo, New York, August 8, 1964 "Life is full of beginnings and endings . . . " F.L.H.S. 1,45 Surf Club lg N.H.S. 2,33 S.G.A. 33 Boys State. TERRY J. O'GARA Terry Bronx, New York, July 28, 1964 "Man,s future lies in his own imagination."-Anon. F.L.H.S. 1,2,3,4g Racquetball 4. ONDINA MARIA CLAUDIA PASSANITI Ondina Buenos Aires, Argentina, March 26, 1964 "Shun no toil to make yourself remarkable by some talent or other. Yet do not devote yourself to one branch exc3usively. Strive to get clear notions about all. Give up to no science entirely, for science is but onef'-Seneca. F.L.H.S. l,2,3,43 Brain Bowl 1,2,3,43 N.H.S. 3,43 French Club 23 Treasurer3 Model U.N. Club 33 S.G.A. Representative, Vice-President 43 Health Careers Club 3,43 Sophomore Class Secretaryg Junior Class Treasurer, Prom Committee 33 Who's Who Among American High School Students 3,43 Society of Distin- guished American High School Students 33 Newspaper Editor-in-chief 33 Year- book Staff 3,43 Chorus 43 N.E.D.T. Award lg Highest Academic Average lg National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist 43 University of Florida Science Sympo- sium 3g State Math Contest 2,33 Medical Explorers Club 33 Miss Lopez Commit- tee 33 Fashion Show Committee 3. CYRILLA PRICE "Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise . . . "-B. Franklin. 4 KIMBERLY SALERNO Bionic Woman Easton, Pennsylvania, August 6, 1964 "Many dreams come true and some have silver linings. I live for the dream with a pocket full of goldf'-Led Zeppelin. F.L.H.S. 3,43 Twirler 1,23 Gymnastics Team 23 Varsity Cheerleader 3,43 Miss Lopez Contestant 33 Third Runner-Up3 Junior Class Fashion Showg Homecom- ing Court 43 Spanish Club 43 Pep Club 3,43 Tennis 2 ANTHONY OLIDIO FRANCIS PEREIRA DOS Chicago, Illinois, March 21, 1964 'When I was a child, I caught a fleeting glimpse, out of the corner of my eye, I urned to look, but it was gone, I cannot put my finger on it now. The child has brown, the dream is gone . . . "-Pink Floyd. .L.I-I.S. I,2,3,4Q Soccer I,2,3,4Q Cross Country 3,43 Swimming 2g Drama Club ,2,3,4Q Yearbook Committee 33 Newspaper Staff 33 Miss Lopez Staff l,2,3. KIMBERLY ELAINE THOMAS Daytona Beach, Florida, December 24, 1964 "Even though the lights may be dim, we keep reaching for the stars."-Anon. F.L.H.S. l,2,3,43 Float Building 1,2,33 Pep Club 1,23 Most Improved Theology 13 Spanish Club 4. SANTOS Tony JOSEPH GLEN TALLEY Joe Richmond, Virginia, December 24, 1963 "Only those who strive in their work will achieve their goal."-Anon. F.L.H.S. l,2,3,43 French Club I,2Q Backpacking 1,23 Newspaper 33 Yearbook 43 Model U.N. 3,43 Treasurer 43 Chorus 43 Spanish Club 4g Science Fair-lst place 33 Christian Service Club 4. Kim I 55 QUENTIN ANTHONY TSE Quentin New York City, New York, February 14, 1964 "To dream the impossible dream . . . " F.L.H.S. 1,2,3,43 Tennis Team 23 Intramurals 23 Spanish Club 33 Model U.N Club 43 Chorus 43 Chess Club 43 S.G.A. 43 Honor Roll 1,23 Who's Who Amon American High School Students 3. DENIS TWOMEY Denny Brooklyn, New York, June 16, 1964 "You can lead a boy to college but you can't make him think."-George Ade l F.L.H.S. 1,2,3,43 J.V. Football 1,23 Varsity Football 33 Track 1,43 Weightlifting l,2,43 Intramural Basketball 1,2,3,43 Baseball 43 Soccer 4g A.V. Aide 33 Literary Magazine 33 S.C.C. 2. ROBERT GEORGE UHL, JR. Bob Buffalo, New York, July 12, 1964 "In the big playground of life, you can't swing alone."-Ziggy F.L.H.S. 3,43 Honor Roll l,2,3,43 Football l,2,3,43 Co-Captain 43 Homecoming Court 4. PATRICK JOHN VERDON Pat Astorio Queens, New York, April 14, 1964 "Through hard work you achieve success". F.L.H.S. l,2,3,4g Football l,2g First Honors 1,2,3,4. ANDRIUS VILMANIS Andy Morristown, New Jersey, August 5, 1965 "So of cheerfulness, or a good temper, the more it is spent, the more it re- mains."-Ralph Waldo Emerson. F.L.H.S. 1,2,3,4g Spanish Club lg Second Honors 2, First Honors 3, First Place in Spanish IV 33 Minnesota Outward Bound-Summer of 19803 Who's Who Among Foreign Language Students 3. KENNETH GEORGE WEIGAND Kenny Ann Arbor, Michigan, October 28, 1964 "If you're tired of the same old story, turn some pages."-REO Speedwagon. F.L.H.S. 1,2,3,4g Soccer l,2,3,4g Best Defensive Player 3. 57 lv- SUZANNE WISNOSKI Utica, New York, August 1, 1964 "They come, they go, they seldom know what they do but they do change F.L.H.S. 2,3,4g Spanish Club 3,43 Honor Roll 3,4. MICHELLE LEA WOLF Michelle San Antonio, Texas, July 25, 1964 "Turn me loose turn me loose I gotta do it my way, or no way at all, I wanna fly." F .L.H.S. l,3,4g Freshman Cheerleader lg Service Club lg Christian Service Award lg Chorus 2,4. DONNA TRACEY Love is a rose .... ' ' !,,..,fi if if?" I u TX CHRISTOPHER RAUF AHMED Chris Levenworth, Kansas, October 91 1964 h 1 world depends on the turn of a "And the game never ends, when your w 0 e f . dly card.v-Alan Parsons. ' , I . .141 1,2,3,4: Health Careers 1,2,3,42 S-G-Pj' 1,213,4' P'eS'dEni46NhHC?ub 4 Strategic Games Simulation 23 Cer Leadefshlp 43 Scuba Clu ' U ' PATRICK JOSEPH KELLY Fat Belly Daytona Beach, Florida, November 26, 1964 "The time to be happy is now, the place to be happy is here, the way to be happy is to have others so." F.L.H.S. 1,2,3,4g Boy's State 3, Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Award 23 Weightlifting State Champion 3g Weightlifting M.V.P. 3g Basketball M.V.P. 3g S.G.A. 1,2,4g Class President 1, Class Vice President 2,33 Float Building Com- mittee 1,2,3,4g Prom Committee 3, Weightlifting Team l,2,3,4g Basketball Team 1,2,33 Swimming Team 1,43 Cross Country Team 43 Racquetball team 3,43 First Honors 1,2,3,4g Football Team 1,23 Football Team Captain 2, Basketball Team Captain 3g Who's Who Among Foreign Language Students 2,3g Homecoming Court 1,4. 59 Senior Superlatives! :V .gf if MTI I llfili .4sI"'ui5 9' lvl ,-1'-iw? Most Likely to Succeed CU'fCSt John Groeschner, Eileen Demming Andy Mllllff, Mary F091 Friendliest Bob Uhl, Kim Nelson Most Dependable Best All-Around Nancy Lopez, Scott Farmer Pat Kelly, Debbie Cole 1 , I ,, . 1 v I fz Y I' ' , , 'J , , n-out ' f 1 "Q" 4.. an Best Looking Chris Mason, Julie Keough 1.......,-.--1--- I - - A .-..-- an-M-.1 --'un u 7'l1 3 . ,M .t W,,,..,,,.,.,.,,., H E ....4'......- U ' . , l! I. -. K 1 1.l.,,. K . . t ..-mn if .,. . sf Ulm Most School Spirit Most Athletic Jerry Coble, Leslie Gilbert Tim Fortier, Pam McMenamy "' 'WWW f'?33sa:1 ec-'bs Most Scholastic Ondina Passaniti, Chris Ahmed Wittiest Brian O'Dwyer, Heather Lill FACES OF 1982 Nan M i I 63 'Q 9" ftjxiiga 5. ' A if 'e ffl nl K Parting Glances H5 ii-Q- PM .iv - I Hx .X ,Z r .-- , 'u 'x JUNIOR CLASS Chris Calabucci fPresiden0 Mary Sue Haydt QTreasurerJ Andree Dumermuth QRecording Secretaryj Junior Court Robert Lloyd, Melissa Dunn I Lisa Nunn fVice Presidentj x 1 Ellen Caravali QCorresponding Sccretaryj Glenn Abad Grace Alvarez Nina Audette Michael Baker Lisa Barend Nancy Bouchard Stuart Buchanan David Buth Janet Cepero Martin Cone Timothy Cook Mary Cupolo Adrienne DeArmas William Dolby Ronald Duffy Christine Dunn Melissa Dunn Suzanne Eardley Jeffrey Farmer Heather Ferguson Debra Frederick Christopher Fulton Matthew Glover Michael Greaney Maria Groeschner Rose Haile Jeffrey Hawk Kathi Heins Brian Herndon Robert Horrigan David Hughes Caesar Junker Herman Junker Joseph Kayal Claudia Kennedy Richard Keough Salma Khan Mark Kilby Alisa Kivinski Gisella Koszas -i F fr X N gt A ' N X31 .- 1 'X 1 Q 4 J' KA Q . , -"'- C ' git 325 Hg: 2 , c X - I i Anna Marie Leal Anne-Marie Lill Shannon Little Robert Lloyd Mary Anne McDevitt Thomas McGlone Jena Mclntosh Thomas McNamara Thomas MacDonald Carmelina Marin Colleen Melady David Mellott Patricia Murtaugh Tyler Nelson Eileen O'Reilly Mary Ellen Osterndorf Rossana Passaniti David Pcshck Vincent Puleo Lisa Rainey 'X W I j I X Bryan Rerko Victor Riley Patrick Ruddy Mary Schmidt Twanna Seabrooks Sue Shiles Michele Sicard .Iacquina Silva Ronald Smith John Steele Laura Storch Vicki Thompson Martin Tse Richard VanHorn Robert VanHorn Anne Verdon Terri Westfall ,Q Hifi Qt f Il 4 s EM? If S T 5 Life- As .- "Gone Fishin' " Steven Acton Michael Ledbetter SOPHOMORE CLASS Lori Roat Elizabeth Koszas QPresidentJ fVice Presidentj Kimberly Welch Nina Radosta fSecretaryJ fTreasurerJ Sophomore Court ' 1 ' Tara VanKooten Jose Castro Sean Ahmed Ronald Alhambra Derrick Anthony Sheila Ashley Glenease Backschmidt Mark Baker Connie Baldacchino George Bandorl' Joseph Barbara Kevin Barry Rhonda Beardsley Jeffrey Beauregard Antonio Bell Amy Boswell Anita Buglione James Burley Craig Buth Nicole Butkus Christina Cabreza Jose Castro Patricia Codianne Barbara Cola Carla Cosio Claudia Cosio Keith Costner r 5, ee! K 1,' Ala ll X :mx l' B1 4 W l N 1 f , I D 1 f f JoAnn Dator Elisa Daugherty Amber Davis Robin Dillard Kenneth Dudley Reginald Edwards Maureen Eggert Teresa Ehringer Joanne Fahner Tristan Fortich Suzette Fortier Colleen Fulton Carlos Galliano Angela Garramone Lisa Goulet Deborah Gromley Charles Gustin Mary Hajash Ronald Hamrick Anita Hartman Melissa Hawk Keith Herndon Michael Hill Robert Horner John Huber .W X iw Q N., f I 5 X I i Q xt QTY in-f J X , ,fr ga' 5 QQ w e xx .y I 4 All 9 'Y f to 'f 5 . 6 'N ' 1 4' l u Edith Janes Marilyn Jones Stephanie King Carol Kulzer Stephen Lloyd Laurie McCarthy Scott McCarthy Theresa McCloskey Cathleen McKenna Teresa Mahoney Paul Marsh Karen Matte Alphonso Meeks Allan Milford Richard Motzel Christopher Nowviskie Jeffrey Peshek Kerry Pike Marisa Piperno Nora Price Maria Princi Devi Quigley Kevin Rerko Cecila Rutzler Diana Schans 0 sb , 8' 'X x 'WY Bs if iq N Brian Sganga Jennifer Sheppard Bryan Sperber Lori Stallings Ronald Stephenson James Stringer William Stringer Susan Stumpf Patrice Talley Donovan Tyser Judith VanDriel Sharon VanDriel Amy Van Kooten Cara Van Kooten Tara Van Kooten Elizabeth Weigand Delbert Westcott Milton Wiggins Angela Zaffarano Thomas Ziegler Monica Bryan Debbie Lang Mia Gallagher jay Rlley FRESHMAN CLASS X Holly Eardley Kim Burton fp,-esideno QVICC Presidentj Www' Zoee Frassrand Whitney 513'-fd fSecretaryJ CTreaSurerJ ,U A Freshman Court Cynthia Folker Randall Beardsley 'l' ,,-N, HJ. . sn. :lf fri? 1, Gretel Abad Michele Aguiniga Mark Ahmed Jay Albovias Karen Alexander Melissa Alhambra Alexis Avello Charles Barend Randall Beardsley Michael Beaudoin Yvette Begin David Belcher Robert Beller Katherine Bennett Katherine Brill Robert Brownrigg Douglas Buchanan Frank Buchanan Nancy Buth Richard Butkus John Byington Scott Cameron Julio Castro Colleen Cavanaugh Hervey Colon 'S 9 T D I A a 1 , Q N f G7 :X .X n 8 i Maureen Cone Anthony Cupolo Sonya Cvercko Angelo D'Amato Niloufar Eskandary Kelly Estes Stephen Faust Scott Ferraro Lori Flowers Cynthia Folker Hilda Font David Fox Teresa Fox Kathryn Freeman Carla Gaines Joseph Gallagher Stephen Gallagher Ronald Gauvine Kimberly Hall Denise Hawk Natalie Heidrich Karen Hemmelman 6 Richard Hill Teresa Hoag Mary Horrigan Y- a 'X Q. I '1- I t 3 r -1 l N 3 1 av. if Sandra Huber Kathleen Hughes Martha Janes Dean Jones Lisa Jordan Bryan Joseph Patrick Klippel Cynthia Knox Gary Lavallee David Leete Lisa Lill Robert McCall Vincent McCarthy Daniel McDevitt Joseph McFadden Mary Beth McMenamy Christine Mayo Lisa Meade Kimberly Muzyka Kimberly Nestor Tanya Newberry Karen Nicholson James Nunn Bonnie O'Rourke Christina Owens ,Y lil-. Sv, urn! A XV' .. . 5 f , -r 1 J r 1 l ' - L. 3 1 S l l 1 AQ'- Kimberly Pelling Anthony Pete Stefanie Powers Kiernan Prechtl Tina Prestigiacomo Russell Rader Ann Roat Kimberly Roberts Richard Robie Jeanette Rocco Denis Rouette Mark Schneider James Semesco Patricia Sheehan Paul Shiles Cheryl Slater Ed Smith Jason Stafford Vanessa Stank Gregory Storch Susan Spotts Kristine Stringer Tacina Thomas Tracy Thomas Patricia Thompson J' 1 i F1 i In J 4 X I S to 16. I 79 Carl Tutera Laura Tuttle John Van Kooten Fay Villaflor Laura Walker Alan Williams Joseph Woodbury Michelle Ycrrid R 5 K l "Gone Fishin' " Christine Adkins Kelly Warley , . W l, - s - From left to right . . . . . NPN K p S M Eg X J X 4 l - IVITIE5 1 O rv CI' X Be W X 4 Q MODEL U.N. -.4 Upper left to right: Glen Abad, Debbie Cole, Chris Ahmed, Andree Dumermuth, John Groeschner. Middle left to right: Patricia Sheehan, Maria Groeschner, Mary Font, Mrs. McAfee, Patrice Talley, Nina Radosta, Mary Sue Haydt. Bottom left to right: Dennis deGracia, Quentin Tse, Dottie Belitsos, Simone Dumermuth, Joe Talley. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY LEADERS Left to right: Ondina Passaniti, Eileen Demming, Scott Farmer, Mary Font CHRISTIAN SERVICE CLUB Standing left to right: Mary Hajash, Marisa Piperno, Maria Princi, Lisa Nunn, Jennifer Sheppard, Sharon VanDriel Laura Jones, Patrice Talley, Theresa McCloskey, Mr. Eckoff. Kneeling left to right: James Stringer, Carlos Galliano, John Huber, Joe Barbara, Brian Sganga YEARBOOK EDITORS Left to right: Chris Calabucci, Mia Buckner, Da- vid Peshek, Editor-in-Chief. "LIFE-GIVING" ACTION ll Will the red come out of my hair?" "No one told me about the needle!! "According to the law, you can't take more than a pint!" CAUGHT IN THE ACT Let's just hang around!" What some people won't do to have their picture taken! "O.K., O.K. I'll carry your books!" STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 1 Upper left to right: Quentin Tse, Kathy Hughes, David Belcher, Mr. McCabe, John Grocschner, Nina Radosta, Zoee Frassrand, Tina Cabreza, Ondina Passaniti, Cindy Folker, Holly Eardley, President-Chris Ahmed, Carla Gaines, Debbie Cole, John Steele, Brian Sganga Middle left to right: Joseph Barbara, Jose Castro, Mary Hajash, Sophia Ehringer, Alisa Kivinski, Mary Schmidt, Amy VanKootcn, Robin Dillard, Kathy Heins, Scott Farmer, Kim Nelson, Eileen Demming, Elizabeth Koszas, Herman Junker. Bottom left to right: Laura Walker, Whitney Staed, Bobby Lloyd, Suzanne Eardley, Julie Keough, Dottie Belitsos, Mary Font, Patrick Kelly, Jill Eardley, Malik Khan, Julio Castro, Lori Roat. DRAMA CLUB r X 3 A -4'3"-ws., K 4119232 ., Upper left to right: Quentin Tse, David Mellott, John Hawk, Matthew Glover, Tom McNamara, Mark Kilby, Joe Kayal, Tony Santos Martin Tse, Middle left to right: Laura Jones, Adrienne DeArmas, Colleen Melady, Patty Murtaugh, Chrissie Dunn, Claudia Kennedy, Sharon VanDriel Nellie Eskandary, Lisa Nunn. Bottom left to right: Vice-President Chris Calabucci, President David Peshek, Secretary Patrick Ruddy. PHOTO-ACTION N.-.ij "Put the quarter in that slot and smile!" -:freehand "Holy cow!! I brought the wrong film!" ""' 'W' ' Y .,.-,,.,,, Q "How did she do that?" ACTING ACCORDING TO SHAKESPEARE f vrrl ...NWN "Some are born great wg' 4 ,.w ,AA I 5- inf We MIG" I 5 , V x X AW HYXo1 hm S mm' , mmm A W Wm K1 I ,wa ,t ' .. - 5 - ,A tf'iCL1?r I -t . - - I' ff wx -Q ' 3: , A . , , , EE Nt -n 'K If K Ju.. Some achieve greatness, and. . . . tv xi. ' Xov we .Sa l I T'- 'r 27 ls . E, E Some have greatness thrust upon them." PEP CLUB ' Back left to right: Mrs. Hennick, Yvette Begin, Tanya Newberry, Denise Hawk, Carla Gaines, Christina Owens, Debbie Cole, Lisa Jordan, Laura Storch, Anna Marie Leal, Debbie Frederick, Sharon VanDriel. Front left to right: Jennifer Sheppard, Marisa Piperno, Mary Hajash, Jeanette Rocco, Michele Yerrid, Vanessa Stank, Patrice Thompson, Bonnie O'Rourke. BRAIN BOWL '-'---uf-Q-........,. Upper left to right: Chris Calabucci, Ondina Passaniti, Eileen Demming, Glen Abad, Romeo Dator Lower left to right Andree Dumermuth, Simone Dumermuth, Rossana Passaniti, Mary Sue Haydt, Mr. Hunter S l CHESS CLUB Upper left to right: John Hawk, John Groeschner, Richard Vanl-lorn, Mark Kilby, David Buth, Robert VanHorn, Quentin Tse LOWCI' left to right: Brian McCue, Father Blood, Mary Sue Haydt, Simone Dumcrmuth, Tim Fortier, Tom Achingcr, Andree Dumermuth, Rosanna Passaniti, Glen Abad. FATHER LOPEZ FUND RAISING CLUB Y. ut - i , lIi', C I 5 , " F 3 Q X- l xx X i fig ,W Left to right: Luigi Boswell, Babyface Calabucci, Thumbs Santos, Bubbles Barcnd, Don Vito Peshck, Boom-Boom Murtaugh, Gentle Jim Glover, Scarface Kilby, Hit Man Tse. ACT IT OUT "Who is SHE laughing at?" pun' li-if The ring is nice, but I don't think my family would accept my dating a ballerina! WHO'S ACTING? How could they leave me at this big school by myself?" "I am NOT spoiled!!" W. I -'hir K ,il I 5 1 ! , "My mother makes MY lunch every day!" SPANISH CLUB Front left to right: Michele Sicard, Anna Marie Leal, Mrs. Leorza, Lisa Nunn. 2nd row left to right: Marisa Piperno, Mary Hajash, Gisella Koszas, Janet Cepero, Patrice Talley, Laurie McCarthy, Nellie Eskandary, Leslie Gilbert. 3rd row left to right: John Groeschner, Dennis DeGracia, Sharon VanDriel, Anita Hartman, Judy VanDriel, Debbie Gromley, Maureen Eggert, Nancy Lopez, Heather Ferguson, Mary Cupolo. 4th row left to right: Randy Beardsley, Carlos Colon, John Huber, Joe Barbara, Carlos Galliano, Kim Thomas, Wendy Jarrell, James Stringer, Brian Sganga, Mary Ellen Osterndorf. Back left to right: Sheila Ashley, Cecily Rutzler, Carla Gaines, Ronnie Smith, Joann Dator, Tom McNamara, Stephanie King, Jackie Silva, Val Moutsopoulos, Sophie Melady, Claudia Kennedy, David Buth, David Peshek, Tristan Fortich, Keith Costner, Craig Buth nxxk 1 tom! Carlos Galliano watches anxiously as Cara VanKoo- ten "takes a swing" at an old Spanish Christmas cus- CHORUS L- it K Top left to right: Chrissie Dunn, David Peshek, Rosanna Passaniti, Quentin Tse, Patricia Sheehan, Joe Barbara, Patrick Ruddy, Tom McNamara, Mark Kilby, John Huber. Middle left to right: Laura Jones, Edith Janes, Andree Dumermuth, Mary Hajash, Marisa Piperno, Simone Dumer- muth, David Mellott, Karen Hemmelman, Mr. Mosey Kneeling left to right: Martha Janes, Colleen Melady, Stephanie King, Laurie McCarthy, Sharon VanDriel, Jennifer Sheppard The Lopez Chorus sings in the chapel for a Christmas service. THE GREEN WAVE IS ALWAYS 5' -J EM' V' ON THE MOVE! '11 11 gf? 063 -Q.: Siignsm museum uncanny 1111111 exist' Q' 9 o 'f uv SPQR lg rf' v. 044, 1,4 I . ,O 23 Q 9 ,Qi '9499 .,, ' 300 90 N x - N - L S YN- . yr, in ' ,W I i e . 'lg' B "JJ L BS h VARSITY FOOTBALL f he fl xi-a'NoQeJ:'-sri?-',' t'r,s.vG-swrefmeffvmum ,. Q 'f--:Q--wws-s: N + I 1 - Back Row: Coach Jack Cvercko, Manager Tom McNamara, Jeff Peshek, Robert Van Horn, Val Moutsopoulos, Bob Uhl, Kenneth Dudley, Ronnie Hamrick, Alan Williams, Head Coach Bud Asher. Middle Row: Eric Boswell, Derrick Anthony, Jeff Hawk, Chuck Gustin, Peter Benza, Martin Cone, Mark Baker, John Hawk. Front Row: Mike Ledbetter, Randy Beardsley, Stuart Buchanan, Tim Cook, Reggie Edwards, Joe Gruber, John Byington, Tracy Thomas, Gary Lavallee. l .7 y"'v ' v In -v'.3,' 'J "'?' 0 Sars? VHF Head Coach Bud Asher looks on as his young Green Waves fight for a victory. 98 VARSITY VOLLEYBAL Standing: Coach Robbie Snyder, Ellen Caravati, Charlie Bines, Cindy Folker. Kneeling: Mary Anne McDevitt, Heather Lill, Pam McMenamy. Concentration -541,5 A.T.,l Ellen Caravati returns a serve as her teammates look on intently. p Q I l :wive- a 3 .3- Charlie Bines employs a text-book form to keep the action going . . .-,V AV- 'WW ijx 7 x -ef!-4 J.V. VOLLEYBALL Standing: Rossana Passaniti, Colleen Fulton, Coach Sherry Latta, Barbara Cola, Nikki Butkus. Kneeling: Kerry Pike, Susan Stumpf s I T'- X-.. .-.L ,....,-,. ..., , . L 1, vt fisrfrtse. - 1 'ii 1:7-Q'f"'w1'4w"' , ' . . I ,. , 5 ,I ,N Ht, "- f , M: . 1 x Coach Sherry Latta directs operations from the sidelines. Playing To Win ' Some last minute instructions . an-I N jipsgno-v-mar,-4 JWH Barb Cola shows that practice pays off ..... PM M 105 GIRL'S CROSS COUNTRY Standing: Coach Scott Edwards, Robin Dillard, Lisa Jordan, Christine Mayo, Kathi Heins, Yvcttc Begin, Christina Cabreza, Assistant Coach Harrington. Bottom Row: Susan Spotts, Holly Eardley, Kim Burton, Simone Dumermuth, Anne-Marie Lill, Suzanne Eardley, Maria Groeschner. fa 'I+ Coach Scott Edwards has spent many hours encouraging and teaching our young athletes. BOY,S VARSITY BASKETBALL Left to right: Coach Jay Dougherty, Rick Motzel, Jose Castro, Derrick Anthony, Steve Farmer, Ken Dudley, Val Moutsopoulos, Jay Riley Joe Donohue, Mike Hughes, Al Meeks, David Hughes, Coach Steve Curry. 1 I ' 5 BOYS JUNIOR VARSITY , i 4 , , i:1f s .-M ffm' ---2 1' 2 ...nv-l""'-'vw Top Row: Jeff Hawk, Brian Sganga, Ronnie Hamrick, Joe Barbara, Mike Beaudoin, Tony Cupolo, Al Williamsg Bottom Row: David Leete, G1 Storch, Reggie Edwards, Julio Castro, Carl Tutera, Jimmy Nunn. Coach Pete Metz talks to his team during a break in the action. 110 BASKETBALL THER GRE:-.lv WAVE LOPEZ Reggie Edwards gives a lesson in jumping!!! The J.V. Waves ready to respond to a shot ..... GIRLS VARSITY to Top Row: Coach Jeff Snyder, Cara VanKooten, Heather Ferguson, Amy Boswell, Connie Baldacchino, Nikki Butkus, Lori Roat, Susan Stum Carla Gaines. Robin Dillardg Bottom Row: Manager Steve Acton, Pam Mcivienamy, Debbie Cole, Managers Tom McNamara, Pat Ruddy THre .X 7 huh xo 'hw Coach Jeff Snyder readies his ladies to take the court. ll2 'T' . sg . .Il ,- w., al' 4+ Q l"'lll 'fx ,J r 4, GIRL'S JUNIOR VARSITY K ,,.V,-,,, , , it N v , Q g N gg A. A h J ' . , . K , Y ii" R . 'Q 'A M i . ',.A 'r .fs f " A in X . ,TWT k.., gig ..L.. ,, Khrk. N? ,F,g,t,,.i..Lstt,,i,:t V. 2 A -., .. r. ..X. lu , , , .. ztffg g 'LVKL 1 fffqvr-gy-fy g'fi-: lBT4Jgsjs-f-gf-,M , uw ka.t.uQ.e 32 i. .O9.si,,.:P -L ix ID 1,72 141 Ill -1-1 1' :M ,A Left to right: Manager Pat Ruddy, Anita Hartman, Lisa Lill, Mary Horrigan, Tacina Thomas, Kim Roberts, Kathy Hughes, Whitney Staed Tina Prestigiacomo, Kim Pelling, Tina Cabrezaq Kneeling: Coach Bobby Pittman Coach Bobby Pittman dons his legendary "Green Wave sportcoat" as he discusses strategy. ll4 BASKETBALL Mary Horrigan reaches for the stars as Nora Price looks on The young waves show a fast start from the foul line. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS The girls do some showing off for our photographer Veritas Salutes Our Cheerleaders! Top: Alisa Kivinski, Kim Salernog Middle: Lisa Nunn, K Nelsong Bottom: Leslie Gilbert, Dottie Belitsos xx, J.V. CHEERLEADERS Top: Kerry Pike, Holly Eardley, Christina Owensg Bottom: Kim Burton, Karen Nicholson, Bonnie O'Rourke. GO GREEN WAVES l SWIM TEAM -cull'-vnu Top Row: Chris Nowviskieg lst row: Paolo Ambrosini, Jay McMahon, Reggie Edwards, Mike Baker, JoAnn Datorg 2nd row: Patrice Talley, Tara Van Kooten, John Groeschner, Mark Dillard, David Belcher, Kathi Heins, Chrissie Dunng 3rd row: Cindy Folker, Bobby Lloyd, Natalie Heidrich, Marilyn Jones, Judy Van Driel, Cathy McKenna, Sonya Cverckog Front row: Scott Farmer. Not pictured: Sharon Van Driel, Heather Lill, Charlie Bines. The coach said to "take a dive"l ll8 , .MAJ .va f- ,1.4..1..u The Water's Fine! uunuun Our swimmers are also good spellers. ww 5 Buuxnlllulll. .u lllll dl .-r. , i' -4 . n' It's the girl's turn to show off . . . . backwards! SOCCER Top row: Mike Greaney, Tom Achinger, Brian O'Dwyer, John Hawk, Kenny Weigand, Patrick Ruddy, Rick Beauregard, Coach Jack Stevens, Middle row: Managers Melissa Dunn, Laurie McCarthy, Missy Hawk, JoAnn Dator, Leslie Gilbert, Tim Cook, Randy Beardsleyg Kneeling: Bobby Lloyd, Jason Stafford, John Groeschner, Scott Farmer, Robert Horrigan, Paolo Ambrosini, Scott McCarthy, Herman Junker. Giving 100 per cent! l2O It's a Kick! " f I I an J. if-fivan 4 0 x' , -Q' r ,A -. f ..' uf f"+.s-.- N , 0 . A -w W 0 4.- A ,V WM:- W -In fin' M' Tvvw ,u Q-1 wa," , L. , Q """' x' . -f ff, jd, A 4 A . H 'ws aw - I. M, f ... 4. GOLF I if . N . gb. Y 5 1 .1 4f ,sU '. 'FU' ' ,Ofc 'i xv.:-." 2, ff? X fi , 7 Top row: Jeff Peshek, Jeff Farmer, David Buth, Coach Rick Barry. Bottom row: Dan McDevitt, Robert Horrigan, Robbie Horner Mary Ann McDevitt, Carol Kulzer, Nancy Lopez Veritas Salutes-1981 Florida State Champs! FISHIN, HOLE YEARBOOK STAFF S Mia Gallagher is the only underclassman who came back to the fishin' hole to have her picture taken. All the others are still out for the day! 'i .fim- eritas sponsor Frank Filicetti explains procedure to Laurie McCarthy and JoAnn ator. John Groeschner, photography editor X I . P' ONE SINGULAR SENSATION if MISS CHRISTINE DUNN CHRISSIE -ul ig 'LK ANNE-MARIE MARIA FORMER MISS LOPEZ WINNERS PAM MCMENAMY AND MIA BUCKNER ge-Name VS 'MI WEQIS 973 AND THE WINNERS ARE . . . MISS CONGENIALITY ELLEN CARAVATI FIRST RUNNER-UP MISS LOPEZ 1982-83, KIM NELSON PECIAL PATRG -GO GREE WAVE The Dunn Family The Abad Family The Albovias Family The Keough Family The Hughes Family l'he Jordan Family The Ashley Family The Joseph Gruber Family The Kelly Family Vlr. 84 Mrs. James Baker Vlr. 8L Mrs. Gaines lfhe Miller Family lThe Brill Family Ray and Mary Bouchard The Coble Family The Herndon Family The Gallagher Family The Freeman Family The Goulet Family Dr. 8L Mrs. Frank Lill The Burton Family la Soulier d'or Shoe Salon The Cabreza Family Frank and Mary Cone The Ronald Matte Family The Motzel Family Jesse and Judith Newberry John and Irene Peshek Mrs. Betty Powers Roderick and Sharon Prechtl Frank and Joan Salerno Paul and Gloria Sheehan The Uhl Family Mrs. Joyce Stringer Michael Thomas Robert and Loretta Tuttle William and Mary Twomey John and Sandra Lynch Marvin and Nancy Ledbetter Gerald and Nora O'Dwyer The Wiggins Family The McCarthy Family The Thomas Family CONGRATULATIONS Jack 85 Jean,S Charlie Unisex and the Class of 1982 Salons from Precision Hair mn Cutting For Ehorfes Eines gtooftng Guys and GalS Reroofing 8a Repairs Shingle ' Slate ' Asphalf Volusia Mall 1186 N. 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