Father Lopez High School - Veritas Yearbook (Daytona Beach, FL)
- Class of 1986
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SHANNON MARIE ABBOTT
"Celebrate your talents, for what they are make you unique
llomecoming Court Ig Cross Country 1.25 French Club 2,3 4 Pep Club Vice President 4 Yearbook Staff 4
Sophomore Class Treasurer 25 Key Club 4, Second Honors 1 2 Senior Class Vice President Hooter Scooters 4
KA'l'llI,EEN MARIE ACIIINGER
"Our memories of yesterday will last a lifetime. XVe'll take
the best. forget the rest. and some day we'll find, These are
the best ol' rimes!!" Styx
National llonor Society 5.43 Pep Club 1.21 Spanish Club
2.4.43 Treasurer 31 Christian Service Club 2,-ig l.atin Club 3,
Swim Team lj,-lg Tennis Team 2,-lg Wl1o's Who in Ameri-
can lI.S. Students 5. Languages 53 Who's Who in Foreign
Languages in lila. and Ga. 53 lnternational Foreign Lan-
guage Award 53 Society of Distinguished American HS.
M. ADEL ASLANI FAR
"When you come into the presence of a leader of men, you know that you have come into the presence of
lite-that it is best not uncautiously to touch that man-that there is something that makes it d ingerous to
cross him," Woodrow Wilson.
N.ll.S, 5.4, Model U.N. 1,2,3,r1, President 3,4g Volusia County Model UN 12 34 Bronze UN Peace
Medallion 2,3,4g U,S. Achievement Academy Math Award 23 Language Award 25 Science Award 23
American Legion National Oratorical Contest 3,43 Emcee Miss Lopez
.lAlVllfS SAN'l'lACO ISADIA
"Some people call it a one night stand. but we can call it
paradise." Duran Duran. "lt's not that you're not good
enough, it's only that we can make you better. Given that
you pay the price, we can keep you young and tender."
Tears lor liears.
Yearbook Stall'-lg National llonor Society 41 llustler Shuf-
JAMES BRYAN BORGERSON
"A leader is a man who has the ability to get other people to do what they don't want to do, and like it." Pres.
Harry S. Truman
Model UN. 1,2,5, Golf 2,5,4, Honor Roll 1,2,3,4g N,H.S. 3,45 United States Achievement Academy 2,35
Furman Scholar 3, Christian Service Club 3,43 National Math Award for Geometry, Algebra II, Honorable
Mention East Coast M.U.N. 1, Committee on Intellectual Freedom 3, SecjTres. of N.H.S. 4, Who's Who
Among American H.S. Students 5.
LOUIS JOSEPH BORGIZS
"Well, finally finished high school. What! College, OH
Freshman Basketball 1, Model UN. 3.
ARTHUR JOSEPH BOTTING
"I enjoy certain things, no one else has to enjoy them, and I see things in a certain way, but no one else has to
see those things in the same way, and then again, no one has the right to tell me it's immoral or selfish or wrong
to do what I do." Frankie goes to Hollywood
Track 2,4,J.V. Football 2, Drama Club 3g Spanish Club 5.4, Varsity Football 3,4.
I,AI'RA MARIE BOVCIIARID
"I am not afraid olitomorrow. for l have seen yesterday and
I love today '." William Allen White
Freshman Sec.: Spanish Club 2: Pep Club 'ag Key Club B,-lg
Treasurer 53 N.ll.S. ?s,4lgJunior Councilg Prom Committee 51
Latin Club Pres. 5, Cross Country 1.2.5.-lg Srate l.l.5g All
County 1,23 Track 1.2.4,-lg Stare 2.33 All County 33 llustler
Shufflers Z.-ig Honor Roll 2,51 Yearbook B1 Society of
Distinguished American Iligh School Students S.
JEANNE MARIE BRINKMAN
"I gotta be me!"
Volleyball l3 Varsity 2,3343 Captain 43 Future Farmers of
America l,ZQ Officer 13 Spanish Club 2,3,4g Treasurer 33
Vice President 43 Miss Lopez Contestant 2,43 Who's Who
in American ILS. Students 3.
"To laugh is to risk appearing a fool, and to love is to risk being rejected." Leo Buscaglia
Future Farmers of America 1,23 Treasurer 13 Spanish Club 2,3,43 Varsity Track 3,43 Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 N.H,S.
3,43 Volleyball 13 Varsity 2,3,43 Coaches Award 33 Academic All American 33 Newspaper Sports Editor 4.
JUAN PABLO BUSTOS-THAMES
"The highest satisfaction is reached when someone is able
to look at the past and say: 'Life was worthwhile after all.' "
Argentinian Foreign Exchange Student 43 Newspaper 43
Chess Club 43 Brain Bowl 43 Model United Nations 43
Spanish Club 4.
CYNTHIA ANNE CABREZA
"In this promised land, fire burnin' in our hands-The choice is ours to make, realize your fantasy, you live the
dream with every step you take, Burnin' Youth Won't Wait!" journey
Cross Country 1,2,3,43 Track 1,2,3,43 Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 Freshman V.P.3j.V. Basketballg Spanish Club 23
French Club 23 Pep Club 2,43 Academic All American 33junior Class Council3 Latin Club 33 Hustler Shufflers
3,43 Prom Comm. 33 Key Club 3,43 N.H.S. 3,43 Yearbook 4.
"IfI don't see you no more in this world, I'll see you in the
next one, and don't be late."
-JOHN BERNARD CASTRO
"There are two days in every week in which one should not worry: yesterday and tomorrow."
j.V. Basketball lg Basketball 2,3,4g Letterman 3,4gj.V. Football Ig Football 25,45 Letterman 3,4g Spanish Club
2,35 Spanish Festival Award Winner 23 Soccer 5,43 Homecoming Court 2,39 Hustler Shufflers 25 Who's Who
Among American I-LS. Studentsg America's Outstanding Names and Faces.
"You know you're something special and you look like
you're the best." Duran Duran
Yearbook Staff 45 Hustler Shufflers 4.
BERNARD THOMAS CORRIGAN
"I count it as a sin, if not a crime, to sit and study all the time."
j.V. Basketball 1,2g Varsity Basketball 4g Spanish Club 25 Cross Country 4g Yearbook Staff 43 Prom Committee
"To be an "A" student is great for the mind. Hell, go on a ROAD TRIP leave it behind'
Honors I,2g Who's Who in American H.S. Students 1,2,3,4 Whos Who in Foreign Languages 2 Second
Honors 5,43 Soccer 1.2.3343 Captain 13 Co-Captain 43 Pep Club 4 Racquetball Club 4 Spanish Club 4 Fifth
Place in Regional Science Fair 13 Spangler Scholastic Award of Merit 1 National unior Honor Society 1
Senior Class President,
TAMMY FI,IZABI5TH COSTNER
"Il'you think I'll sit around watching what goes by, you're
thinking like a fool cause it's a case of do or die. Out there
is a fortune waiting to be had: you think I'll let it go you're
mad. you'x'e got another thing comin '." judas Priest
MICHAEL DAVID CROTTY
"You never realize how important life is until part of it passes away and only memories are left to carry on
Track Team 13 Headmastefs List 23 Student Council 23 Spanish Club 2 34 State Spanish Conference 2 Brain
Bowl 53 Model U.N. 5,43 Yearbook 43 Drama Club 3,43 Tennis Team 34 Captain '14 Coaches Award 3 Cross
Country 43 Chess Club 43 Raised most money for Halifax Urban Ministries Association in connection with the
Model UN. 5.
"Let us live in as small a circle as we will. We are either
debtors or creditors before we have had time to look
lioothall 2.5,-ig Captain il3 Basketball 2,33-13 All Area. All
County, All District, All State, M.V.P. 51 Leading Scorer 5g
Most Blocked Shots 2.5: Most Rebounds 5: Track 5.4:
District Winner in Highjump ,732 School Record 5Q Baseball
2.-lg Spanish Club 25.
"The time we have at out disposal is elasticg the passions that we feel expand itg those that we inspire contract
itg and habit fills up what remains."
N.H.S. 3,45 Drama Club 1,2,3,4g French Club 2,3,4g Academic All Am. Z,3g United States Achievement
Academy 33 International Foreign Language Award 2,33 Who's Who in Foreign Languages 33 Who's Who
Among American H.S. Students 4g Society of Distinguished American High School Students 4.
"Time keeps on slippin' into the future. so fly like an
Chess Club l,Z,3,'lg Basketball 1.2g Soccer 23 Cross Country
MELANIE RAE DUNN
"If you want success in the world, you must make your own opportunities." Gantt
Track 1,2,3,4g Cross Country 2,3,4g Runner ofthe Week Award 23 Most Improved Award 2gj.V. Basketball lg
Varsity Basketball 23 Yearbook Staff 3,45 Class Vice President 2,33 S.G.A. Vice President Activities 43 Hustler
Shufflers 23,45 Prom Committee 33 Pep Club 4.
I.IiIi R. ISSTRIDGIQ
"l may get around, I may laugh alot, well you'd think that
l'd be happy with the life I got, Nobody knows , ,. No-
body sees . . , Nobody really knows the inner side of me,"
j.V. Football 11 Typing Award 3: Yearbook Staff 4,
MARGARET ANN PINNEY
"Turn your ear to wisdom, your heart to understanding. To
admit ignorance ofthe facts is a great step towards knowl-
edge. Believe in yourself and endeavor to think well."
Pep Club 1,2,45 French Club 2,3,45 Model U.N. 1,2215 Best
Committee Delegate 2, Christian Service Club 25 N.H.S.
5,45 Swimming 3,45 New Wave Club 35 Yearbook 45 U.S.
Achievement Academy 2,35 Academic All Am. 25 Who's
Who in American IIS. Students 2,35 Honor Roll 1,2,5,4.
KAREN LISA FOSTER
"And we danced, like a wave on the ocean romancedf' Hooters
Pep Club 2,35 Officer 35 Tennis Team 2,45 French Club 25,45 Drama Club 3,45 Miss Lopez Contestant 4
SARAII LUUISA FOLIEY
"Now that I am totally Americanized, how about trying
Basketball 5 years for Iinglandg Varsity Basketball 4th year
DAVID ANTHONY FRANCE
"The longest journey begins with a single step." '
National Honor Society 5,45 Who's Who Among American Students 45 Spanish Club 25 Drama Club 1,2,3,4
C.O.R. Weekend 25 Swimming 1,2,3,45 Captain 45 All County 25 Awards 1,3.
l -JOANNE MARIA GIANGREGORIO
"IIere'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,"
Drama Club 25 Tennis Team 2,33 N.Il,S. 3,-lg Spanish Club
33 Swim Team 5, Honor Roll 23 Whos Who Among
American lI.S. Students 55 U.S. National Mathematics
Award 2, Academic All-American 2.
SCOTT EDWARD GROESCHNER
"Far better it is to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checked by failure, than to take
rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy muchg nor suffer much because they live in the grey twilight
that knows not victory nor defeat." T. Roosevelt
Cross Country 1,2,3,4g Captain 4g Drama Club 1,2,3,4g Brain Bowl 2,3.4g Model U.N. 1,2,3,4g O.A.S. Champ 2g
Senate Page 55 N.H,S. 3,43 Honor Roll 25 S.G.A. V.P. Student Affairs 43 Academic All-Am. 2.
I PIETER PIIII,I,IP IIAGOOD
"Every time you dream, you hold the key to set yourself
free and escape this world!" Ronnie james Dio
Football 1gj.V. and Freshman Basketball lg Varsity Basket-
ball 23,41 Most Improved Player 2, Ilustler Shufflers 2,3,4g
"Happiness: A good bank account, a good cook, and a good digestionfjeanzlacques Rousseau
Golf l,Z,4g Tennis 4.
STACEY ANNE HUBER
"The trouble with life is that there are so many gorgeous men, and so little time."
j.V. Basketball 13 Basketball 2,33 Coaches Award 33 Volleyball 4g Pep Club 1,23 Key Club 23 French Club 33
Spanish Club 33 Yearbook Staff 4g Who's Who Among Foreign Language Students 33 French I Award 33
Honors l,2,3,43 Who's Who Among American High School Students 33 N.H.S. Award 33 Senior Class
RAYMOND LINARD IRVIN Y'
"Don't live in the future. live in the present, for the present
will pass before the future."
Basketball 2,343 Rookie of the Year 33 All District 33
lfoothall 2.3.-X1 Most Improved Player 51 Player ofthe Week '
33 Track 23.41 Most Valuable Player 3.
MARK ANTHONY JANNETTY
"Play for keeps and try to never lose. Live it fast but live the life you choose." Triumph
Varsity Golf l,2,3,43 Captain 3,43 Golfer of the Year 3,43 M.V.P. 33 All-Area Second Team 33 Model U.N.
l,2,3,43 Debator of the Month 2,43 Best Delegate Ga. Southern M.U.N. and East Coast M.U.N. 1,23 Best
Delegate ofthe Month 1,2,3,43 Who's Who In Am. H.S. Studentsg Spanish Club 2,43 Cross Country 23 Varsity
Soccer 33 Drama Club 3,4,
"A leader is someone smart enough not to let everyone else
know he is as dumb as they are."
Varsity Football l,2,3,43 Defensive Player of the Week 43
Soccer 3,43 Girls' Track Manager l,2,3,43 Freshman Class
Pres3 Soph. Class Presg S.G,A. Council3 S.G.A. Pres 43
N.Il.S. 3,43 Leadership Workshop 2,3,43 Hugh O'Brian
Award 23 Boy's State 33 Who's Who Among High School
Students 33 Who's Who Among Foreign Language Stu-
dents 23 3rd place Volusia County Foreign Language Festi-
val3 Best Delegate Award 3rd Committee Valdosta.
MICHELLE DIANE LEETE
"The happiest moments of my life have been in the flow of affection among friends." T.jefferson. "In the
name of love." U2
Basketball 1,2,3g Volleyball 1,45 Track 2, Prom Committee 39 F.L,H.S. 1,2,5,4.
"MAKE IT BIG."
French Club 1.2.51 Honor Roll 3g Second Honors 3.
THEODORE JAMES LYNCH
"Man is free to act, but he must act to be free." Sartre
Chess Club 33 Spanish Club 33 Soccer 3,43 Model U.N. 4.
DAVID MICHAEL MARZ
"You only have one life to live here, so live it right and do
what cnn't be done," ME
"The man who finds life will find it through trusting God,"
Basketball 1.2.3.-lg Cross Country 3: Baseball 1,23 Track lg
Soccer lg Pep Club ?11Cl1flSIlLm Service Club 1.2g Volleyball
"The good life is one inspired by love and guided by
knowledge." Bertrand Russell
Language Festival 1,43 Foundation forthe Development of
Cardiovascular Health Essay Contest, Christian Service
Club lg Pep Club 2, Spanish Club 25,43 Tennis Team 2,
New Wave Club 33 Vice President 3g Leadership Workshop
'wg Yearbook Staff -1,
JAMES MICHAEL MCCARTHY
"Dream on, dream on, dream on until your dreams come true." Aerosmith
Swimming 25,43 Captain 41 Volusia County Sentinals Swimmer ofthe Year 2,53 All County Team 2,3,4g All
American, Most Valuable Player 2, National Honor Society 43 Honor Roll 3, Who's Who Among American
High School Students, Spanish Club 2, Surf Club 3,4g Mini-Homecoming Court 2.
"l am an idealist. I don't know where I'm going, but I'm on
Football Z1 Racquetball 41 Future Banana Farmers 4.
ROBERT GERARD MOTZEL
"Don't walk behind me, I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me, I may not follow.just walk beside me and
be my friend."
junior Class Presidentg National Honor Society 3,45 Varsity Football 1,5,4, Drama Club 25,45 Key Club 3,4g
Spanish Club 5gj.V, Basketball 1,25 Second Honors 1,2,3,4.
CATHERINE ELAINE MOUTSOPOULOS
"All memories of yesterday will last a lifetime. We'll take
the best, forget the rest, and someday we'lI rind, these are
the best of times." Styx
Model United Nations 23 Pep Club 2,43 New Wave Club 33
Christian Service Club 23 French Club 1.Z,?s,4, Drama Club
43 Newspaper 43 Yearbook 2,3,4, Swim Team 2,33 Chorus 2.
MICHAEL PAUL MUZYKA
"Rock 'n Roll Ain't Noise Pollution." ACIDC
Racquetball Team 4.
MAT'I'IIEW DOYLE NOWVISKIE
"Have you ever felt that somehow you were not yourself,
that your body was the same but everything around wasn't
right, the images so strange and foreign flooded in like
rising water just once or twice, is good for your soul."
Soccer 23,43 Swimming 2,33 Surf Club 3,43 Spanish Club 4.
JOAN ANGELA ORTOLANI
"Winter, Spring, Summer, or Fall, all you have to do is call, and I will be there, 'cause you have a friend," Carol
Swimming 25,43 Yearbook Staff 4, Newspaper 33 Spanish Club 5,4.
"Don't walk behind me, I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me, I may not follow.just walk beside me and
be my friend!"
Honors 33 French Club 2,3,4g Key Club 43 Christian Service Club 33 Society of Distinguished American High
"l was country when country wasn't cool." Barbara Man-
Prom Committee 53 Varsity Football 1,153 Cross Country
lg Pep Club -lg Drama Club 43 Baseball 4g Basketball 4.
MICHAEL EAION PEGG
"You can live it up now, and regret it later, or regret now, that you're not living it up."
Diving 43 Whos Who Among American High School Students 3,43 Who's Who Among American High
School Athletes 3,43 All-Star Candidate 5,43 Football l,2,3,4.
'IACQl7lll,lNE MICHELLE PENNY
"Do what is in your heart and mind. and not in others."
.l.V, Basketball l1Tl'2lCli 2,'!lQSP2ll1lSl'1 Club 2gj.V, Volleyball
43 Varsity Basketball 5, Latin Club 33 National Honor
Society 5,-lg Baseball Manager 5.-lg Yearbook 4.
ANA MARGARITA PEREZ-LUGONES
"What would life be WITHOUT Lopez?"
j.V. Volleyball 1,25 Varsity Volleyball 3,45 Co-Captain 3,4gj.V. Basketball 1,2g Varsity Basketball 3,43 Track 1
Spanish Club 2,3,4.
"Tough times never last, but tough people do." Dr. Robert
Office Assistant 1, Photography 2, Aeronautics 2, Police
Explorers 3, Spanish Club 4, Pep Club 4, Yearbook Staff
3.41 Chief Photographer -1.
THOMAS JAMES PETRIZZO
"Run if you like, but try to keep your breath, Work like a man, but don't be worked to death." Holmes
.I.V. Football 1, Freshman Basketballgj.V. Basketball 2, Varsity Golf 1,53 French Club 1,2g Treasurer 2, Honor
Roll 1,23 Christian Service Club 1,2,3,4g Health Careers Club 1,23 Model UN. 1,2,3,4g Best Delegate East Coast
M.U.N. 2, Best Delegate METMUNC 55 N.H.S. 3,43 Cross Country 4, V. Baseball 4, Leadership Workshop 3.
KELLIIE ERIN PIKE
"Some of the most wonderful days of my life were spent
with my best friend,"
Cheerleader lg Pep Club 1,23 Cross Country 3, Hustler
Shufflers 2,45 Key Club 5, Spanish Club 3, Who's Who
Among American High School Students 35 Computer
Team 5.4, Yearbook Staff -1, National Honor Society 4,
Racquetball Team 4.
COURTNEY ALLEN PRICE
"Everybody wants to go to heaven but nobody wants to
Basketball 13 Soccer 33 Football 3,4.
STACEY Y. REYNOLDS
"The dream is gone, but is remembered. The child is gone, but in ways still remains thus I refuse to become
Model U.N. 1,2,3,43 Drama 1,2,3,4Q Outstanding Debator Award at CFMUN 1 2 3 Key Club 3 4 Newspaper
Staff 3,43 National Honor Society 3,43 Daytona Times Reporter 34 S G A Vice President of Services 4 Cast
Member of "Inherit the Wind", "Get Bill Shakespeare off the Stage and The Pajama Game
KAREN DANION RIIIIIIBLE
"Two roads diverged in a wood, and I-I took the one less
traveled hy, and that has made all the difference." Frost
Volleyball l,fl3 Cross Country 2,33 Basketball 1,253 Track
1,23 N.lI.S. 5.-13 Am. Legion Awardg English Award 13
Foreign Lang. Festival l,2,5,43 Whos Who in Foreign
Lang. I,Z,5Q Who's Who in American II.S. Students 43
Spanish Award3 Florida Foundation for Future Scientists 33
Spanish Club 1,2,3,43 Latin Club 33 Key Club 2,3,43 Student
Council 33 COR I,IIQ Alpha3 Yearbook Editor.
JILL MARIE ROLLAND
"Some people will remain your friends forever and some other people seem to almost denounce everythin
you stood for " William Broad
Cheerleading 33 Pep Club 53 Surf Club 5,43 Volleyball 43 Yearbook Staff 4 Drama Club 3
"Do what you can, for tomorrow is not promised."
Track 5,43 Cross Country Ng All County 5.-lg Ifootlwall
"Speak softly, but carry a big stick." Teddy Roosevelt
Football l,2,3,4Q Captain 4g Most Improved 53 All County 33 Defensive Player of the Week 23 Swimming 43
Soccer l,2,5,4, Captain 43 Spanish Club 5,4.
CIIRISTINA CONCIIIVIQA RYAI,S
"Snowflakes are one of nature's most fragile things, but
look what they can do when they stick together!" V.D.
Pep Club 1.23 New Wr1x'e Club 31Cl1esS Club l,3.-13 Model
United Nations 1,2313 liditur ofthe School Newspaper 5,
Newspaper Staff 43 Key Club 1,23 Volleyball Manager 13
Spanish Club 1.2,
RICHARD THOMAS RYALS
"I would rather fight and lose than to never have fought at all."
Model United Nations 1,23 Spanish Club 3,4g Yearbook 4g Drama Club 33 Newspaper 5,43 National Law
Enforcement Explorer Chairman 43 Florida Sheriffs Explorer Association President 4.
LAWRENCE EDMUND SCRABIS
"No Guts No Glory."
Model U.N, 1,5QJ.V. Football 13 Freshman Basketball lg Varsity Football 2,3,4g Dungeons and Dragons 23
Varsity Baseball 3,43 Drama Club 5,4g Spanish Club 33 Surf Club 3,4g Key Club 4g National Honor Society 4.
CIIARLES RANDOLIJII SOLON
"I'll rell you something I think is right. Mondays too soon
alter Friday night." Malphrus
Spanish Club 2gj.V. Football I1G0lliIQ Yearbook Staff4g
Suri' Club 'wg Surf Team -I.
"Live each day to its capacity so you can never look back on yesterdays dreams and hope to fulhll them
DANIEL IZDWARD SPRAGIIE
"Ir is better to be making the news than rakingg to be an ,
actor rather than a critic." Winston Churchill
World Allairs Award Z3 Drama Club B.-lg Newspaper Editor
53 Yearbook -lg N.II,S. Mg Basketball 1,15 Football Ig
French Club 1.5.43 Model I'.N, 1.23.43 Volusia M.U.N.
Vice Pres. -lg Volusia M.II.N, Historian 53 National Cham-
pionship O.A.S. 21 Fla. M.lI.N. Championship 1.31 Boys'
State Delegate 53 Whos Who in American IIS. Students.
STEPHANIE LYN STEPHENSON
"With help from God all things are possible.
j.V. Cheerleading 23 N,H.S. 3,4g Cross Country 2,5,4g Track 23,45 Vice Pres. of Publicity and Finance 45 Key
Club 3,41 Pep Club Pres. 43 Spanish Club 25,43 Homecoming Court 2,31 Hustler Shufflers 2,4g Honor Roll 25,43
Miss Lopez Contestant 43 5rd Place Volusia Foreign Language Festival 35 Award of Merit in Theo. 25 Who's
Who in Am. H.S. Students 4g in Foreign Lang. 25,43 Furman Scholar Award 3.
LYNNE ANN STRINGER
"There comes a time for leaving and :i time to say goodbye.
But it's not a time for grievingjusr spread your wings and
"Do wh:1t's in your heart and hold on to your dreams,"
HUFFMAN DALE TRUSTY
"Scotty and the ultimate scam."
Varsity Tennis 1,2,5,4g Track 11 Key Club lg Student Exchange Club lg Christian Athletics Club 1,2,5g Student
Activities Club 2,31 Four Gun Drill 2,3g Grenaders 2,31 Foreign Students Association 2,?rg Racquetball Team 4.
CARA LYN SVCHNDLING
l "It is more important to prove to ourselves that we are
ciipable of itccomplishing xl tlillictilt riisk. than it is to prove
Spanish Club 5.-lg Yearbook alg Newspaper Staff 5.
AUSTIN IERIC TSI? "T
"Who then is free! The wise man who can Command
I.V. Ifootluall Ig Spanish Club 5,-l,Cr0ss Country 43 Track 43
Who's Who Among American Students, Honor Roll
GEORGIE RUTH VAN KOOTEN
"Those crazy nights, I do remember in my youth. I do recall, those were the best times most of all."journey
Cheerleader l,2g Captain 5g Pep Club 1,255 N.H.S. 3,45 Latin Club 3, Spanish Club 2g Hustler Shufflers 2,43
Yearbook Stafffig Freshman Leadershipg Leadership Workshop lg COR Weekend 23 Honor Roll 2, Library Aid
2,3g Who's Who Among American Students 4,
STIiPHIiN VAN WIZRT
"Life is just a party and parties were meant to last." Prince
Freshman Iiasketballg Ilonors 123,43 Model U.N. 1,5g Out-
standing Delegate 1,51 Christian Service Club Zg Ilealth
Careers Cluh lg Ifurman Scholar 53 Spanish Club 3,43 Pres, 4,
Drama Club 4.43 Stage Manager 5, Tennis 5,41 Co-Captain
ig N,lI.S. B.-ig President sig Yearbook -ig Society of Distin-
Atguished Am. II.S. Students Award 2, Brown Summer
Academy Hg Who's Who in Spanish Hg American IIS.
Students 53 COR Weekend 5.
WILLIAM NORBERTO WANG
"Life begins upon the realization that it ends."
Model U.N. l,2,3,4g Swim Team 2,3,4g N.H.S. 5,43 Newspaper Staff 5,43 Yearbook Staff 2,43 Spanish Club
1,2,3,4g Best Delegate CFMUN 23 Best Delegate FSHMUN 35 Who's Who Among American H.S. Studentsg
Best Delegate METMUNCQ Daytona Beach News journal Correspondent.
"Dreams can only become reality if reality was once a
Varsity Football 1,4g Wrestling 2g Baseball 5.
ROBERT SCOTT YOUMANS
"Love is all I have to give, it's all I need to live." Rodger Hodgson
Model U.N. 1,2,3,4g Outstanding Delegate CFMUN, NCOMIO, Best Delegate, HSMUNAQ Yearbook 43
Newspaper 5,4g Spanish Club 55 Dungeons and Dragons 1,Z,3g Chess Club 1,2,3g Brain Bowl 3,43 N.H.S. 4g
Drama Club 43 Pep Club 53 Volleyball Manager 45 Who's Who Among American High School Studentsg
Leadership Workshop 53 Key Club 4.
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just one more year to go!
Top right: junior Class Officers
Middle right: "Don't tell my mom about last Friday night!" cries Ted
Below: Steve Crowe asks, "Hey there, gorgeous, why don't you come up
and see me sometime?"
Bottom right: Camp is ready for action.
l'im Stank studies during lunch
Courtney Gedra between classes.
"It's been a rouh day."
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Rob Burley THINKS about studying.
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Laurie Ahola studying for her next exam.
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juniors consulting with Mrs. Wrobel.
Kelly McCarthy hopes the photographer will go away
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Mr. Arcuri wants to see ME?"
Makmg new waves at Lopez!
Upper nghr The sophomore class offncers are Andrew Mack, Bertica Lopez,
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"Thar cushion is not going to save yo
"Meet my momg notice a slight resemblance?"
Can't I eat lunch in peace?"
"Oh no, nor more pictures!"
"Wait, I can't talk with my mouth full."
"What do you mean I get to play
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"This is my best side."
"You call this fresh water?"
Oh, you got me!
I canr do thus!
"Time to wake up!"
"Where am I going?"
"Having fun in the caferoriumf'
MARY BETH HUBERT
"Oh no, you can'r make me look!"
Puerto Rncan Playboy'
A roast to Lopez pizza!"
Coach, I was lust Iookmg around campus!
'just hanging our."
"This hair has got to go."
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Father Blood brings a unique
personality to Father Lopez. As
principal, he has brought many
changes to the school over the
past four years. His fair treat-
ment to students and faculty is
deeply appreciated by all. While
maintaining good student rela-
tions, he has expertly guided Fa-
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has brought order to our unique
schedule, not to mention a friendly
face. Father Mulligan has made sev-
eral refreshing innovations for the
well-being of the students and fac-
Father Toner is concerned with
the academic well-being of the Lo-
pez student. He gives us many ex-
citing college opportunities and
keeps us informed on the current
Our Father Al. He has done a
great job as school chaplain and
senior class sponsor. His smiling
face makes everyone feel good. Un-
derlying his unusual personality, he
has a sincere desire to help kids
through their troublesome high
After twenty-six years in the Lopez office, Mrs. Trus-
cott keeps the school running smoothly under innu-
merable pressures. We are all grateful for her helpful
and friendly attitude.
For eleven years, Mrs. Champagne has been a major
part of the school administration. She is essential to the
inner workings of the office and enjoys her service to
the Lopez Community.
With over 52 years of religious service, Sister Miriam
has spent eleven years here at Father Lopez. She pro-
vides invaluable service to the school, teachers, and
Scott Edwafds is Father Lopez's Dean of Students.
He is actively involved in student activities and coaches
girls' and boys' track and cross country teams.
MR. SHUTZ ftop leftj
Mr. Shutz is invaluable to Father Lopez as Director of Develop-
ment, in charge of fund-raising. With the help of Mrs. Farmer,
the Development office continues to promote Lopez and encour-
MRS. SMITH Ccenter leftj
New to the guidance office this year, Mrs. Smith has been
extremely helpful to graduating seniors-evaluating, counseling,
and researching our college information.
MR. REILLY Cabovej
Taking over for Mrs. Hawes in the middle of the year, Mr. Reilly
has been a delightful addition to the Lopez family. He teaches
Physical Education and Health, encouraging students to main-
tain physical as well as mental aptitude.
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Mr. Driscoll is new to the Lopez community this year, and he has
made major innovations in the English Department. As well as
taking over some English classes, he has developed enrichment
programs in reading and writing.
Mr. Snyder, Mr, Eckoff, Mr. Probst,
and Father Trout have guided us through 3
Christian Morality, Death and Dying,
World Religions, and Marriage and Fam-
ily. Our education has been enriched and a
solid foundation established.
Right: Mr. Snyder
Top: Father Trout helps Karan Harrington.
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Below: Mr. Eckoff
From Grammar to Vocabulary, Litera-
ture to Writing-Lopez English covers it
all! Whether it's Edgar Allan Poe, Beo-
wulf, Shakespeare, or the Reading Enrich-
ment Center, Mrs. Tidmarsh, Mrs. Wind-
jack, Mrs. Gray, Miss Bowman, and Mr.
Driscoll have made this a memorable year.
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Top: Mrs. Gray
Right: Mrs. Tidmarsh
Above: Miss Bowman
Left: Mrs. Wincljack
Physical Science, Biology, Chemistry, Anato-
my, and Physics! Sound impressive? It should!
Coach Rea, Mr. Vendon, and Ms. Berner edu-
cate us about atoms, molecules, compounds,
physiology, dissection, and energy. These may
be the beginning courses for a new generation of
doctors, researchers, and scientists.
Right: Mr. Vendon
Below: Ms. Berner
Bottom Right: Coach Rea
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The study of languages is a fundamental
part of a well-rounded education. Lopez
offers courses in Spanish, French, Russian,
and Latin taught by Mrs. Leorza, Miss
Stewart, Mrs. Hotchkiss, Mr. Probst, and
Miss johnson. Languages enrich our cul-
ture, provide an increasing awareness of
our own language, and prepare us for an
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It's not as simple as 1, 2, 3 . . . ! Algebra,
Geometry, Trigonometry, and Calculus
have been taught this year by Mrs. Snyder,
Mrs. Wrobel, Mr. Vendon, and Mr.
Cverko. Overwhelmed with fractions, bin-
omials, theorems, and parabolas, you'll al-
ways see a Lopez student with a math text.
Left: Mrs. Wrobel
Bottom Left: Mrs. Snyder
Bottom Right: Mr. Vendon
Opposite Page: Mr. Cverko
World History, Sociology, American History, World Geogra-
phy, Government and Economics add to the Lopez curriculum.
Term papers, book reports, and map studies, under the guidance
of Mr. Arcuri, Mr. Lind, and Mr. Burket, have added to our
homework load and provided academic growth and enrichment.
Below: Mr. Burket
Right: Mr. Arcuri
Middle Right: Mr. Lind
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Lopez strives to keep pace with the highly
technological world in which we live. Classes
are offered in Computer Science, where Dr.
Igo and Mr. Pike educate us in bits and bytes.
To further prepare us for college and the
business world, Miss Lodholtz keeps us typ-
ing at full speed, preparing memos, letters,
We should be very proud of our library and available re-
sources-a veritable wealth of information. Under the direction
of Miss Alfert, the Father Lopez library has an impressive collec-
tion of books, reference materials, media equipment, and educa-
tional software. Freshman year we become versed in the proper
use of the library an its equipmentg and, throughout our four
years at Lopez, the library sees us through our reports and pro-
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The prestigious service organization, the
National Honor Society, gives Father Lopez a
great community image. N.H.S. is responsi-
ble for the World Food Day Can Drive, help-
ing the senior citizens ofthe surrounding area
and many other local groups. Being a mem-
ber ofthe N.H.S. means you are a highly
qualified student worthy of serving the com-
munity. Only the best students are selected
and the N.H.S. is proud ofthe new inductees.
They are ready and willing to demonstrate
their academic, leadership, and personal qua-
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This year's Student Government Asso-
ciation was quite different from past years.
The new charter included one President,
Chris Kelly, and four Vice Presidents-
Scott Groeschner, Melanie Dunn, Steph-
anie Stephenson, and Stacey Reynolds.
S.G.A. sponsored both Homecoming and
Mini-Homecoming dances, Activities
Day, and the Christmas I Care toy drive-
all huge successes. Thanks for a great year
and may 1987 be even better!
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The newspaper is in its second year and the staff is
working hard to bring you up to date on Lopez events.
Many thanks to Mrs. Farmer and Miss Lodholtz, the
sponsors of our publication, and all the students who
kept our paper going.
Editor: Clark Pengov
Editors: Richard Ryals
Executive Staff: Mike Audette
Typists: Michelle Albers
Reporters: Mark Phillips
juan Pablo Bustos Thames
Layout: Kelly Guldi
Artwork: Danny Handley
Sponsors: Mrs. Farmer
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The Yearbook Staff has worked incredibly
hard to bring you a keepsake of Lopez
memories you will enjoy now and in years to
come. Many thanks to the entire staff of hard
working photographers, layout, and copy
Miss Bowman, Yearbook Sponsor, would
like to extend a special thank you to Karen
Rheuble, Steve VanWert, Kellie Pike, Ana
Perez-Lugones, Melanie Dunn, Chris Kelly,
and Dan Petri for their constant dedication
and personal commitment.
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The Lopez Spanish Club, sponsored by Mrs. Leorza, is
for those students with an interest in Spanish culture and
food. Every year there are five major activities-the Activi-
ties Day Taco Sale, a field trip to a Spanish show, the
Christmas party complete with pinata, the Foreign Lan-
guage Festival, and the trip to St. Augustine.
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b officers were:
Steve VanWerr .............................. President
Jeanne Brinkman ........ ....... V ice President
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For the student interested in French food, language, games, and culture, the
Lopez French Club is the place to be. This year, under the direction of Mrs.
Hotchkiss, carnations and roses with their secret messa es were sold to
bri vhten all the Lo ez s ecial events. French Club members en'o ed a deli-
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cious and festive Christmas dinner in the cafetorium. Everyone is invited to
participate in French Club activities.
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The Lopez Performing Arts Club, sponsored by Mr. Arcuri, under-
took two major productions this year. The Miss Lopez Contest held
during the first semester revived a school tradition after a one year
absence. "Thurber Carnival," performed in late April, provided many
students with musical and acting talents the opportunity to share them
with the community. Many thanks to everyone who contributed count-
less amounts of time, energy, and creativity.
MIN I-HOMECOMIN G
Midway through the basketball season, Lopez Celebrated with
mini-homecoming activities. A court was assembled from all the
classesg and the King, Ray Irvin, and the Queen,jill Rolland, were
announced at a special pep rally. Everyone enjoyed the dance
sponsored by the Roundtable as well as the opportunity to show
true Lopez spirit.
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The Model United Nations con-
tinues its domination of national
level debates this year. The club
travelled as far away as Washington
and Boston to bring home national
victories and also led the way in
local Florida competition.
Many honors are in store for the
Model U.N. in the years to come.
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The Class Retreats at Father Lopez are an
important and necessary part of our religious
education. They are a time to reflect on where we
are and where we are going and an opportunity
to get in touch with God and one another. Each
class builds unity and togetherness during their
special day of fun and prayer in a relaxing atmo-
sphere away from school.
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When you think of Lopez, you immediately thing of FOOT-
BALL! Traditionally a powerhouse, this year was no exception.
The following schedule highlights our winning season.
Flagler Palm Coast 21-0
Callahan West Nassau 32-6
Pierson Taylor CHomecomingD 36-12
Green Cove-Clay County 24-6
jacksonville Bolles 10-13
Crescent City 34-6
Cocoa Beach 28-18
Hurricane Bowl 28-14
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Bud Asher, the Green Waves made
us proud. Outstanding seniors in-
cluded Ray Irvin, David Daigle,
Mike Berry, Micky Pegg, Matt
Roth, Chris Kelly, Larry Scrabis,
john Castro,jon Willette, Art Bot-
ting, and Courtney Price. The fresh-
man, sophomores, and juniors have
some extraordinary players as well,
so look forward to an exciting '86-
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No pain . . . no gain! How many times did
we hear that this year? We worked hard and it
showed-on our bruised and scraped knees.
Thanks to the coaching of Mrs. Snyder and
the excellent performances of Ana Perez-
Lugones, Jeanne Brinkman, julie Brinkman,
Karen Rheuble, Stacey Huber, Michelle
Leete,jill Rolland, Denise Hess, Candi New-
berry and Kelley Fleming, Father Lopez had a
winning volleyball season.
Practice everyday and even over the holidays has really paid off. All of our sprints,
hard work, and dynamic spirit has really conditioned us for our fast-paced games. A
winning season was ourldreamg and with determination and teamwork, that dream
became a reality.
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Lopez is proud of this year's
team consisting of state champi-
ons Laura Bouchard, Cindy Ca-
breza, Melanie Dunn, Stephanie
Stephenson, Marjorie Hawk,
Dannica Ross, Patti Pippen,
Debbie Moylan, and Katherine
Heller. Many thanks to Scott
Edwards for his expert training
and encouragement along the
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Once again, Coach Rea led the Lopez swim-
mers to an outstanding season finale. Among
these swimmers were jim McCarthy, Tony De-
lisle, David France, Steve Gardner, Bobby
Young, Monty White, Kim Lewis, Kristen
France, and Robyn Rolland. CONGRATULA-
TIONS to the girls and boys teams.
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Team entered the 1985-1986 season dynamically. In spite
of several injuries, the Father Lopez Soccer Team fought
back hard to represent the Green Wave fiercely. With our
many underclassmen, there is great hope for the future.
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were promptly fulfilled. With outstanding play-
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Miller, Kevin Horner, Mike Huber, Harry Wen-
delstat, Maria Lopez, Danny Osterndorf, Baron
Hansen, and Tom Caravati, the golf team was
tough competition for the surrounding schools.
Indigo Golf Course had never seen such great
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Though the beginning of the tennis season
was shaky, the team pulled together and be-
came a force to be reckoned with in the Five
Star Conference. The Trails was the training
ground for our tennis team. The crowds may
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This was the toughest schedule Father Lopez
ever faced, entering into the new Big Five Star
Conference. Leading the Waves were David Dai-
gle at forward,john Castro at small forward, Ray
Irvin at guard, Peter Hagood at guard, David
Marz at forward, and B.T. Corrigan at forward.
Coaching the Waves to victory were Neil Braley
and Assistant Coach Hyatt.
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Days of preparation and commitment led to
their admirable accomplishments on the playing
field. Congratulations to thejunior Varsity Foot-
ball, Basketball, and Volleyball teams.
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Top Left: j.V. Volleyball Team
Top Right: junior Varsity Cheerleaders
Left:-I,V. Basketball Team
Middle Right: Varsity Volleyball Team
Bottom Right: Varsity Cheerleaders
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Trying to get good photographs for our
track team proved to be difficult because the
camera eye could only catch our runners as a
blur. They blazed the track to a fine season.
Fast times were being produced throughout
the spring. Coach Scott Edwards was certain-
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Practicing long hours to entertain and enliven, Varsity,junior
Varsity, and the Dancing Green Waves excited the fans and
cheered the Green Waves on to victory.
Varsity cheerleaders are Captain,jennifer Reilly, Co-Cap-
tain, Carrie Tuterag Colleen Careyg Lisa Gibbsg Tina Brillg
jenna McCarthy, Caroline Eubankg Christian Geisslerg Luisa
Binettig Laurie Aholag and Kris Michler.
junior Varsity cheerleaders for the 1986 season included
jena Fahner, Di Di Darrington, Christie Thomas, Michelle
Moll, Robyn Rolland, Heather Thompson, Barbara Pelling,
jackie Peters, and Tracy Harris.
Many thanks to Varsity sponsor Miss Stewart and j.V.
sponsor Miss Lodholtz.
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season for the Boys Cross Country team,
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Do Lopez students have spir-
it? You bet! As the prelude to
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of fun, food, and activities. The
Dunking Booth was a major
success-everyone had the op-
portunity to dunk their favorite
teacher. Add to this a Car smash,
a volleyball game, Mr. Legs con-
test, dart throw, tug o' war, and
every type of food imaginable
and you have a day enjoyed by
What follows every winning Homecoming
Football Game? Of course, a "winning" Home-
coming Dance! This year was no exception, and
everyone seemed to enjoy the opportunity to
dress up, go out for dinner, and dance the night
away at the Daytona Inn.
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modations at the Top of the
World and the atmosphere of
this winter wonderland. The trip
was sponsored by Coach Asher
and, as always, was a tremen-
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Most Likely to Marry a Model-
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Most Flirracious-Chris Kelly
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Below: Most Likely to Work the Streets- Mike Crow'
Tom Petrizzo and Stacey Huber
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'Iim McCarthy and Kellie Pike
Above: Best Looking-
john Castro and Shannon Abbott
As our years at Lopez fade
And we reflect on friends we've made
Through the memories that prevail
Our spirit will not fail.
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MISS LQPEZ 1986
From behind the curtain emerged seven dazzling beautiesg the
Miss Lopez Contest, sponsored by the Drama Club, had begun.
Adorned in lovely evening gowns, the ladies captivated the audi-
ence. Each contestant displayed her individual talent. Dancing
and singing dominated the talent portion of the show, but the
recital of "The Telltale Heart" by Patti Pippen made it clear to
the judges who would be Miss Lopez 1986. The contest would
not have been such a success without the efforts of Mr. and Mrs.
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such spirit! Our Seabreeze T-shirts, the infamous pie-eating con-
test, the Senior crabbing excursion, painted cars, and the passion-
ate pep rally all fostered our desire to defeat Seabreeze. The
October 4th match was a neck and neck battle. We were down
15-8 but our team performed valiantly-thrilling the fans and
impressing the Community. just wait 'til next year!
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imbing the Eiffel Tower, strolling down the Champs Elysees, or dancing the night away-the excitement never stopped! Europe
whirlwind European tour sponsored by the Diocese of Orlando, in cooperation with Mrs. Snyder and Mr. Ecltoff, was an
rgettable experience. Everyone thrilled to the bullfights in Madrid, skiing the Alps, and touring the streets of London. Make these
ories happen for you with Europe '86.
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Remember when we were all Freshmen? The
excitement of the first day of high school? Every-
thing seemed so big and confusing. The tyranny of
the teachers, the bullying of the seniors, and the
meeting of so many new people. Life was tough and
the work was hard. For these freshmen, the exper-
ience is almost overg for us it is but a distant
memory. The class of '89 looks very promising.
The second year-Biology, Geometry, and Christian
Moralityjunior Varsity was our goal. We were finally
driving, but only with a restricted license. We went to
parties, but only if we could catch a ride. It was a
growing time--new experiences, new friends, and new
hopes and dreams.
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junior year is a PARTY year! Academically and
socially, it is a difficult time. As an upperclassman,
we have more responsibilities including PSAT's, lat-
er curfews, and part-time jobs. Most importantly are
the sacred driver's license and keys to the car. Varsi-
ty is within our reach, and we make Prom a night to
remember. We're setting our goals, planning our
futures, and making new memories.
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This is it-our SENIOR year! Will we get in to the college or university of our
choice? Where will we take our class trip? For four years we have strived for this
moment. Graduation is just around the corner-a time for happiness and sorrow.
After all our shared memories and dreams, we may never be together again. But
Lopez is in our hearts forever. It's been our foundation, and it's time to move on. We
pass on our love to you and say goodbye.
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. Everyone cared deeply for Father Hu rley and he has truly been missed this year. At the beginning ofthe school year, he left to
head St. Anne's Mission in Southwest Africa where he performs weddings, baptisms, and confirmations, says Mass, and takes
care of 500 orphaned children. Father Hurley will always hold a special place in our hearts.
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CON GRATI ELATION S
Father Lopez Class Of
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Dear Graduates of 1986,
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in increasing your love and
make you love one
another and the whole
human race as much
as we love you."
Father Ruse, Father Neumann, and Father Trout
Sr. Gail Hegarty, Sr. Ellen Hublitz,
Sr. Madeline McGill, Sr. Anna Marion Romanisky,
Sr. Euphrasia O'Keefe, Sr. Dorothy Werdman,
Sr. Miriam McGee, and Sr. Miriam Lee
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Best wrshes to the Class of 86
The Oblates of St Francrs de Sales
CONGRATULATIONS SEN IORS
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201 Lafayette Street
Port Orange FL 32019
Rev Charlesl Mrtchell Assocrate Pastor
Rev joseph D Tran Assocnate Pastor
Rev. Francis XJ. Smith, Pastor
CLASS OF 1986
Our Lady of Hope Catholic Church
4675 Clyde Moms Blvd
Next to the new Clty Hall m Port Orange
SERVING PORT ORANGE AND SOUTH
Davld Steele Sherndan P O Box 1057
General Contractor Holly Hull, FL 32017
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QUALITY COMMERCIAL CONGRATULATIONS
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CONGRATULATIUNS AND LOVE,
And the Class of 1986
Veritas 1986 would like to dedicate this yearbook to a former Lopez student, Edmund
Matthews, whose life was tragically ended in an automobile accident. The Seniors will always
remember Edmund as a special friend and classmate.
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