Fermi High School - Traces Yearbook (Enfield, CT)

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-I I I ‘.t I % I f? i i ! i 4 2 3 The 1976 Yearbook Staff hopes you, the student, will find yourself within these pages. Not necessarily In a photo, but be- hind every face and behind every word. You are an individual who has passed through the days planning, perhaps uncon- sciously, your future. You may have prepared for the future 4 through involvement in a particular activity, a particular sport, or even through particu- lar friendships. Every one of us has our own goals, the way we try to attain these goals, whether good or bad, will contri- bute to the shaping of our d I s 1 1 n c t i v e personalities. The twelve years that we seniors have spent in school were just abeginning in developing and understanding ourselves. The future will bring more changes, and changes will hope fu 1 1 y bring a fulfilling life to all of us . At Enrico Fermi High School the uniqueness of our students is obvious. We would like to present the diversity of each student as illustrated throughout each page of the Traces nineteen seventy-six yearbook. 5 ■ mM By different methods different men excel. But where is he who can do all things well? — Church li 6 ) T Through the extensive activity program at Fermi High every student has the oppor- tunity to sample the careers and experi- ences which one may wish to pursue after graduation. A 1 1 of these activities are or- ganized, not to create experts in a particu- lar field of I ntere st, but, by degrees, to present some of life ' s expectations. Res- ponsibility, dependability, and a sense of duty are some important qualities that each person might develop in coping with obsta- cles that arise in almost every activity. The Fermi Band, Lamplighters and the Future N urses C I u b are but a few of the outlets which enable a student to share his or her capabilities with others. Regardless of talent, experience or even age, interest Is the only limiting factor for membership to an activity. From there, only the amount of time and energy one devotes to a g r o u p deter m i ne s the satisfaction gained. Ac- tually, it is the FREEDOM TO CHOOSE that makes one ' s life pleasurable, dull, exciting or even solemn. This then. Is the underlying factor behind every activity, just waiting to be discovered and utilized by every high school student, as part of the diversification of maturity. s 7 Countlessthe various species of mankind, countless the shades that separate mind from mind, no general object of des ire is known; each has his will and each pursues his own. — Gifford 8 To strive for the best is one ' s personal responsibility but to find this interest w here one can excel is the key . The variety of sports offered at Fer- mi High has given each indivi- dual achanceto choose one that will enhance and fulfill his or her particular goals. The degree to which athle- tics can benefit a person is un- fathomable. Consider the many assets attributed to athletics when used as a universal teach- ing tool. Self-control, leader- ship, aggressiveness, compati- bility, sportsmanship, and life long friendships create a seed, the basis for any type of growth in a team atmo s p he re. This seed is, in turn, implanted within every athlete through strenuous workouts and grueling matches. From there, each per- son nourishes and polishes a UNIQUE, SELF-SATISFYING personality ready to face and better the world in which we all live and work together. i I raiders beware-falcons are flying high ' 9 I 10 There is not now, nor will there ever be any two students at Fermi High School who are ex- actly alike. Every stu- dent ' s feelings, beliefs, desires, likes and dis- likes are u n i q ue. It is these DISTINCTIVE FEATURES that have made this school a sym- bol of how diversity can create a unity of spirit. Each student ' s per- son a I i t y constitutes an unmatched human being w i th his ow n we 1 1 de- fined traits. It is these well defined traits which distinguish one i n d i v i- dual from another. These personal characteristics take shape through the trials of friendships, the hours of study and through the myriad experiences of life itself. From this, we come to distinguish one human being from another and we realize the burden on us ail to mold ourselves intoa single uniqueness. It is this respect for in- dividuality that will build the world of tomorrow In- to a diverse yet unified existence. 11 fru Moments there are when we pause to rest And turn our eyes from the goal ' s far crest. We become aware of the wayside flowers. And sense God ' s hand in this world of ours . The sun flecks gold thru the sheltering trees. And we shoulder our burdens with twice the ease. Peace and content and a world that sings The moment of true awareness brings. --Helen Lowrie Marshall 13 14 15 f I 16 17 T " That person proves his worth who can make us want to listen when he is with us and think when he is gone. " We, the class of 1976, wish to dedicate this book to Mrs. Sharon Norby, our yearbook advisor, our friend, and our teacher. As a teacher, she motivates the student to do his best by encouraging him to believe in himself. This personal style of teaching transcends the walls of her classroom and may well be discov- ered in her lifestyle. In difficult situations, she remains calm and reflects an elementof stability. H e r w ar m and outgoing personality has at- tracted many students and fostered many friend- ships. A quiet and pleasant manner invites re- spect from faculty as well as students and gives a feeling of relaxationto those in need of laugh- ter or comfort. As our yearbook advisor, Mrs. Norby has guided the Traces staffmembers through the maze of layout problems, picture cropping and deadlines. Her patience and efforts have served as an inspiration and resulted in the distinctive yearbooks which have become a trademark of Enrico Fermi High School. We will fondly re- ; member Mrs. S haro n Norby when we remember ' our high school days . MR. RAYMOND MARR MR. SEYMOUR SCHONBERGER Red House Housemaster Green House Housemaster ADMINISTRATION MR. HARVEY LACOMBE Blue House Housemaster As we bid farewell to you, the class of the nation ' s bicentennial year, we celebrate your birthday as well as that of our nation, since birthdays are not only celebrations of origin, but also celebrations of growth. You have reached a milestone in your life. You are part of an infinite world. Take a mo- ment now to lift your eyes from your books to see what lies beyond; to see not only what you have been, but also what you can be; to rediscover this wonderful nation of ours. I ask that you join inthe never-ending revolution, continuing to work on behalfof America ' s unfinished business, preserving what is good, making right what is wrong, passing on to the next generation the liberties our founding fathers gave to us. Our country has survived. We have had our problems. We have made mistakes, but we are still learning and growing after two turbulent centuries; and so you too, members of the class of 1976, will face problems and make mistakes, butyou too are still learning and growing. As the spiritof democracy still lives in America, even so your spirit will live in the lives of other students at Fermi High. t On behalf of the administration and staff I wish you every success. I Sincerely, Mario A. Gentile Principal 21 BOARD OF EDUCATION DR. LOUIS MAGER Superintendent MR. ANTHONY TORRE Assistant Superintendent LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Keith Sears, Mr. Carl Becker, Mr, Michael Dougherty, Mr, John Gilhooly, Mr. Joseph Jedynak, Mr. Paul Gaylor, Mrs. Antoinette Strom, Mr. William McWha (Chairman), Mr. Francis Burke. ibaii ic t t ' r43: MRS. LILLIAN SCHULTESS MRS. PATRICIA HOLMES MRS. ROSE-ELLEN TRUDEAU MRS. MOLLY DiSALVO MRS. MARTHA DUNN MRS. CHARLOTTE SCHNEIDER LEFT TO RIGHT: Al Myrick, Robert LaTaille (Head Custodian), Beatrice lulo CAFETERIA BREAK! CUSTODIAL STAFF 24 MS. RAE TOBER MR. DAVID WIMG DR. ARTHUR BENOIT MRS. CATHERINE WARREN, Dept. Head “ To accept good advice is but to in- [ crease one ' s own ability, t Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe MR. MALCOLM DAVIS 25 MR. DAVID SHEA BUSINESS The Business Education Department provides stu- dents with career educational opportunities for enter- ing the business world upon graduation from high school, training in business ski I subject areas; and an opportunity to learn the principles of civic respon- sibility and effective social behavior as they affect the business community. MISS ANDREA RUSSO 26 MR. PAUL BISESTI MRS. PAMELA GATES MRS. THERESA LECREIMSKI MR, ANTHONY PESSOLANO MRS. CAROL MAYO MISS DARLENE WILSON MRS. TERLETTO JONES The goals of business are inseparable from the goals of the whole community. Every attempt to sever the organic unity of business and the community inflicts equal hardship on both— Earl Bunting MRS. ANNE GORHAM 27 MRS. PAMELA ISKRZAK lit ENGLISH The English program at Fermi seeks to encourage in- dependence and responsibility in the students. These qualities are developed through the students ' choice of elective courses to suit his interests and his needs for the future and through required courses in writing skill. MRS. CAROLE JOWAITIS MS. LINDA LAZARUS MR. PAUL RAYMOND MRS. ESTHER HEFFERNAN MRS. SHARON NORBY My task which I am trying to achieve is, by the power of the written word, to make you hear, to make you feel; it is, before all to make you see. That, and no more, and it is everything. Joseph Conard MR. ROBERT KELLEHER 29 MRS. CAROLYN LEWIS MRS. JANET FOX MRS. ELEANOR HINES MR. RAYMOND MERCIK, Dept. Head MRS. TERESA BUEKER FOREIGN LANGUAGE The Foreign Language Department focuses on human- istic goals which provide the student with opportunities to fulfill both utilitarian and affective needs. MRS. INGRID YOUNG MR. LAWRENCE WOOD MR. VLADIMIRE OREFICE Precision of communi- cation is important, when a false, or misunderstood word may create as much disaster as a sudden thoughtless act. James Thurber MISS DEBORAH DePIETRO 30 30 FAMILY LIVING — CONSUMER EDUCATION Education is not something in the air, cut off from the daily I ife of the student or from his future work as a citizen. Real education, it is felt, must be based on the actual environment and experiences of the child, and must fit him for the work he will have to do in the after-life, --Jawaharlal Nehru MRS. PATRICIA VALLAS MISS ELLEN MacDONALD MRS. ELIZABETH OGONIS INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION Though all men be made of one metal, yet they be not cast all in one mold. — John Lyly. MR. WILLIAM SCUDIERI MR. JIMMY HODRINSKI, Dept. Head MR. GARY FAIRWOOD 31 MR. FRANK TOKAS 31 MR. JOSEPH SCHERR, Dept. Head MR. WILLIAM BARKER MATHEMATICS It is the goal of the Enrico Fermi Math Department to provide the op- portunity for each student to develop interests, motivate creative thought, and to experience a variety of challenges through our curriculum for the development of a responsible, th inking, and questioning individual. t 1 PHYSICAL EDUCATION " The results of a good physical education are not limited to the body alone, but may extend even to the soul itself. " — Plato MR. ROBERT LENGYEL MR. JOSEPH MUCCIO MISS KATHLEEM CARBOME 33 MR. DWAIN POULIN, Dept. Head Science is the attempt to make the chaotic diversity of our sense-experience correspond to a logically uniform system of thought. Einstein MR. JAMES CHERRY 34 MR. BRIAN DOLLEY MR. FRANCIS RAGO MR. GREGORY TERRIO MRS. FLORENCE LYONS MR. JAMES YANKEE MR. STEVEN OLSEN SOCIAL STUDIES . . .One who knows not who he is and to what end he was born; what kind of world this is and with whom he is associated therein; one who cannot distinguish good from evil, beauty and foulness, . . .truth and falsehood, will never follow reason in shaping his desires and impulses and repulsions, nor yet in assent, denial, or suspension of judgement, but will in one word go about deaf and blind, thinking himself to be somewhat, when he is in truth of no account. Epictetus 100 AD MR. DONALD FLEBOTTE 36 MR. ROBERT ROBBINS I MR. JAMES REVERUZZI 37 MR. GREGORY QUINLAN Ll ' .titM :ll ' :f t 111 MUSIC ART Education involves the shaping and training of the mind. Art Education goes beyond, to ex- pand the mind, sensitize the individual to new intellectual potentials and prepare man to enjoy life to be the full use of his senses. MRS. JAIME SCORY MR. ROBERT FOLEY MR. JOSEPH GIANGRASSO The goal of the Music Department is to acquaint the student with various styles of music and to achieve an under- standing and appreciation of music and its every aspect. Vocal and Instrumental programs widen the student ' s knowledge of musical masters, comtemporary com- posers and a wide variety of stylistic pieces . LINDA BILODEAU 38 MR. JOHN MARIANO MR. RICHARD PELLIN Resource Teacher MR. ROBERT KNIGHT MRS. MARGARET WILCOX Nurse MRS. ELIZABETH NICHOLS Food Services Program Reading Teacher MRS. GEORGETTE PARE Nurse ' s Aide MR, HARRY ZEROOGIAN Work Experience Director Picture not available. ] t i — .1 I MRS. JUDITH CREEDON Special Education 39 s 3K| ' %’ qa ■ « L ' s 7 r ■ i ;• • ! p r II’ Row 1-L to R- Linda Anderson(Secretary), Margaret MahertVice President); Row 2- Lisa Anderson(Treasurer), Jane Ostrander(Director of Activities); Row 3- Russell Jackson (Historian), Daniel Dube(President). SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS This past year we have all shared many interests in the halls of Enrico Fermi High School. To many of us, the senior year has held the same basic meaning: the final hurdle of a dozen years of preparation for our future endeavors. However, as each of us searches for a more personal significance to those years, the similarity of our feelings ends. To some, graduation will generate feelings of self-satisfaction for past accomplishments; to others, it will signal the need for establishment of future goals. Memories will also vary, ranging from our accumulation of responsibilities through a decade of maturing years, to fond remembrances of a special dance or football game. Our individuality will be further magnified through our choice to continue our education, pursue different career fields, or begin a meaningful family life. Fortunately, we have all shown a tolerance for our many differences and this has created a school atmos- phere of sociability and cooperation. Undoubtedly, the Class of 1976 will retain this friendly quality throughout their lives, and leave a pleasant memory in Enrico Fermi High which no other class can match. Sincerely, Dan Dube Class (Resident 42 JANET MARY ABOHATAB " Abo " " Yuh! " Class Night C o m m i 1 1 ee 4; FBLA 4; Magazine Drive 4; Office Aide 2,3,4; Office Oc- cupations 4; Variety Show 4. LYNN MARIE ADAMCZYK " Polak " J.A. 2; Magazine Dri ve 4; Variety Show 4. GERTRUD AEBI " GT " Field Hockey 4 (Mgr.); Girls ' Basketball 4 (V); Magazine Dri ve 4; Variety S h o w 4. DARLENE JOAN AINSWORTH " Bug Eyes " Band 1; Class Night Commit- tee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; FBLA4; FolkClub3; Girls ' Swim Team 1 (V), 2 (V), 3 (V); Honor Roll 1,2,4; Maga- zine Drive 4; Variety Show 4; Women ' s Resource Center 3. PATRICIA LYNN ALLEGRETTI " Patti " " Hey Agiena, do ya think we ' ll make it? " DECA 3,4; FBLA 4; Honor Roll 3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Office Aide 3,4. KATHY ALPHONSE " Kathy " " How ' s it going? " JUDITH ANN AMBERLOCK " Judy " " What for? " Magazine Dri ve 4; Variety Show 4. LINDA ANNE ANDERSON " Lin " " Where ' s Maureen? " Class Night Com. 4; Class Officer 4 (Sect.); Class Trip Com. 4; Fermi ' 76 2; Float Com. 4; Girls ' Basketball 4; Girls ' Tennis 4; Homecoming Day Com. 4; Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; Lamplighters 3; Maga- zine Drive 4 (H.R. Capt.); National Honor Society 3,4 (Pres.); Principal ' s Advisory Council 4; Project Teach 3; Sr. Farewell Prom Com. 2,3; Variety Show 4; Christmas Talent Show 3,4; Math Club 3; Future Teachers 3; Art Award 1; Science Award 1; Foreign Language A ward 3. 43 LISA MARIA ANDERSON " Oh, you look O.K. Jarvis! " Class Night C o m m i ttee 4; Class Officer 3 (Tre s.), 4 (Tres.); Class Trip Commit- tee 4; Float Committee 2,3,4; Homecoming Day Commit- tee 4; Honor Rol I 1,2, 3, 4; Jr- Sr Prom Committee 3,4; Lamplighters 1,2; Magazine Drive4(H,R. Capt.); Nation- al Honor Society 3,4; Pep Squad 2; Rally Dance Com- mittee 4; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 3; Variety Show 4; Constitution Committee 3. ROBERT APRIL JR. " Rob " Boys ' Tennis 4 (V); Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Lamplighters 3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Vari- ety Show 4. LORI LEE ANDERSON " Lor " A " Band 1,2,3 (Mgr.), 4 (V- Pres.); F I o a t Committee 3; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Lamp- lighters 1,4; Office Aide 1; Variety Show 4. TIMOTHY ARCOUETTE " Tim " " Smoke ' em up " Human Involvement Program 4; Powderpuff Football 3 (Coach); Variety Show 4. GREG ARNOLD " Arab " " It ' s Friday night? " KATHY ARNOLD " Blondie " " No sir! " Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Magazine Dri ve 4; V a r i e t y Show 4. DAWN LEE ARSENEAULT " Dawnie " " I ' ll see. ..ok? " Class Night Committee 4; Concert Choir 1,2,3, 4 (Lib.); Magazine Drive 4; Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4 (Lib.); Variety Show 4. KENNETH J. ARVISAIS " Ken " Magazine Drive 4. 44 JILL AVERY " You gotta be kidding! " Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; PAMELA IREME BABUT " Pam " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Float Committee 2,3,4; Hon- or Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Magazine Dri ve 4; Variety S h o w 4. DEBORAH BACKUS " Debbie " Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 3; Intramurals 2 (Basketball). NANCY BAILEY " Each moment of the year has its own beauty . . .a picture which was never seen before and which shall never be seen again. " Ralph Waldo Emerson 45 LAWRENCE BARNETT PHILIP BARRETT MARILYN JEANNE BASILE " Mare " " Hey, you guys! " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; FBLA 4; Fermi ' 76 2,3,4 (Co- ordinator); Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Human Involvement Pro- gram 3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 4; Variety Show 4. GERARD BASTARACHE " Jerry " " You wino! " Football 2 (JV); Magazine Drive 4, MARIANNE BASTARACHE " Peanut " " Listen Sheryl, I want my Teddy Bear " Graduation Reception Hostess 3; Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Maga- zine Drive 4; Majorettes 4; Variety Show 4; Art Award 1. POLLY ANN BAUCKMAN " Polly " " Hi guys! " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Field Hockey 2 (JV), 3 (V), 4 (V-Co-Capt.); Honor Roll 1, 2,3,4; Jr- Sr Prom Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4; Yearbook 4. MARK BEAUREGARD " Beau " Audiovisual Club 2,3,4; Boys ' Tennis 2 (V), 3 (V), 4 (V); Chess Club 1; Fermi ' 76 2; Float Committee 3,4; Lamplighters 3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Ski Club 1,2,3,4; Variety Show 4. KEVIN BEDNARZ " Kev " Chess Club 1; DECA 3; Honor Roll 1,3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. 46 ROSEMARIE BELLAMTUONO " R B " Oh my God! " " You know? " Class Night Committee A; Class Trip Committee 4; Field Hockey 2 (JV), 3 (JV), 4 (V); Float Committee 4; Girls ' Basketball 2 (JV), 4 (V); Homecoming Day Com- mittee 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; International Club 4; Intra- murals 1 (Field Hockey — Soccer); Jr-Sr Prom Com- mittee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Planetarium Aide 2, Sr, Fare- well Prom Committee 4; Var- iety Show 4. PETER J. BELLON " Pete " " Don ' t lean on my car ya dummy. " RICHARD B, BELLON " Rick " " Minga " " Ford 1 " MIKE BELROSE " Never cry wolf " Fermi ' 76 2,3; Honor Roll 3, 4; Intramurals 1 (Floor Hoc- key); Magazine Drive 4; Newspaper Staff 1,2; Outing Club 4; Variety Show 4; Art Award 1,3,4; Christmas Vari- ety Show 3. 1 JEFFREY BENJAMIN " Benj " " Race a rabbit? " r ROBERT BENOIT " Big Bob " i Chess Club 1; Cross Country 2 (V); Football 1 (V); Honor Roll 1,2,3; Intramurals 1 [ (Floor Hockey); Lamplighters 1; Magazine Drive 4; Ski Club 1,2,3; Vareity Show 4, [ I JANE BERARD 47 DAWN BERNARD MARK E. BERTRAND " Bert " " That ' s hip " Enrico Fermi Network 3; Lamplighters 4; Social Stu- dies Lab Aide 2,3. LORI ANNE BINNENKADE " Benny " " I ' m impressed! " Cheerleading 2 (JV); Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; FBLA 4; Fermi 76 2,3 (Fair Chairman), 4; Float Committee 3,4; Homecoming Day Commit- tee 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Jr-Sr Prom Committee 3; Lamplighters 1; M a g a z i ne Drive 4 (H.R, Capt.); Pow- derpuff Football 3,4; Social Studies Lab Aide 4; Sr. Fare- well Prom Committee 4; Stu- dent Advisory Council 2,3; Usherette for Play 2, Variety Show 4; American Studies Award 3. CLAIRE PAULINE BOUCHARD " What can I say " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Float Committee 4; Girls ' Tennis 2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; International Club 2,3,4; Jr. -Sr. Prom Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Pep Squad 3 (Tri-Capt.), 4 (Tri-Capt.); Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 3,4; UN Day Committee 3; Usherette for Graduation 3. DEBORAH ANN BLACK " Debbie " " B " Band 1,2,3, 4 (Sect.); Honor Roll 1,2,3; Magazine Drive 4 (H.R. Capt.); National Honor Society 3,4; Vareity Show 4. MARK S. BOUCHARD " Bouch " " I ' m sure " Baseball 2 (JV); Class Night Committee 4; Class Officer 1; Class Trip Committee 4; Float C o m m i tt e e 2,3,4; Homecoming Day Commit- tee 4; Honor Roll 1,3,4; In- tramurals 1 (Floor Hockey); Jr- Sr Prom Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Soccer 1 (V), 2 (V), 3 (V), 4 (V); Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 3; Variety Show 4. DENIS BOUCHER SCOTT BOUCHER " Bouch " Baseball 1 (V), 2 (JV); Boys ' Basketball 1(V), 2(JV); Float Committee 4; Football 1,2,3, 4; Golf 3 (JV); Honor Roll 1, 4; Intramurals 1 (Floor Hoc- key); Magazine Drive 4; Va- riety Show 4. 48 SALLY ANN BOUDREAU DIANNE BOULERICE Bowling Club 1 (Sec.), 2 (Ass ' t Tres.); Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Na- tional Honor Society 3,4; Ski Club 4; Variety Show 4, TED BOURGOIN " Who got the ?, Mike? " Golf 2,3,4 (V-Capt.); Soccer 1 (V). ANNEMARIE BOURQUE " Annie " " Where ' s Rich? " Class Night Committee 4; Color Guard 2,3,4; Lamp- lighters 1; Magazine Drive 4; Newspaper Staff 3; Nurse ' s Aide 3; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 4; Variety Show 4. KEITH BOUSQUET TERESA BOWES " Terry " " Many dreams come true, and some have silver linings. I live for my dreams and a pocketful I of gold. " FBLA 4; G u i d a n c e Office Aide 1,2. DAVID BOYAJIAN Band 2; Boys ' Swim Team 2, 3,4; Cross Country 2,3,4 (V- Co-Capt.); Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 4. auaat VINCEMT BRESLIIM " Brez " Football 1 (Var.), 2 (J.V.), 3 (Var.), 4(V-Th-Capt.); Hon- or Roll 1,2, 3, 4; Mational Honor Society 3,4; Nurse ' s Aide 4; Public Relations 3,4; Track 1 (Var.), 2 (Var.), 3 (Var.), 4 (Var.); Variety Show 4. DAVID R. BREWSTER " Brew " " Dave " " Calm down " Amateur Radio Club 4; Band 1; Bowling Club 4; Magazine Drive 4; Ski Club 4; Variety Show 4. WARREN BUCKLEY DEAN J. BUCZKOWSKI " Buzzy " Baseball 1(V),2(JV),3 (JV); Ice Hockey 2,3,4; Intramurais KFIoor Hockey), 3 (Hockey); Soccer 1 (V). LAURA G. BURKE " Laurie " " Calm down! " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Fermi ‘76 2,4; Float Com- mittee 4; Homecoming Day Committee 4; Honor Roll 1, 4; Magazine Drive 4; Rally Dance Committee 4; Variety Show 4; Literary Magazine 2. DAVID ANTHONY BURN " O.K. guys, let ' s do some distance. " Boys ' Swim Team 2,3,4 (V- Capt.); Boys ' Tennis 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Magazine Drive 4; National Honor So- ciety 3,4; Soccer 3,4; Variety Show 4; Who ' s Who in Ameri- can High School Students 4; American Legion Boys ' State Representative 3; Harvard Book Award 3; Rensselaer Medal 3; Geometry Award 2; Senior Lifesaving; Hundred Mile Swim Club. njTiT.-i nu 50 GARY J, BURT " Burnt " " Let ' s boogie " Audio Visual Club 2; Class Trip Committee 4; Ice Hoc- key 3 (JV); IntramuralsZ (Ice Hockey); Magazine Drive 4; Outing Club 4; Vari - ety Show 4; Lamplighter Pos- ter Committee 1. DANIEL BUTLER " Danny " MAUREEN JUDITH BUTLER " If you see Linda, tell her where I ' ve gone. " Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Magazine Drive 4 (H.R. Capt.); Nation- al Honor Society 3,4; Variety Show 4. ASA BUTTON " Ace " " Is The right " Football 2 (Mgr.). ROBERT CARR " Bob " " Hey, sweathart " Honor Roll 2; Magazine Drive 4; Vciriety Show 4. PATRICK CASEY " Casey " " Tell me about yesterday. " Boys ' Tennis 3,4; Class Night Committee 4; Hoat Commit- tee 2,3,4; Homecoming Day Com mittee 3; Jr-Sr Prom Committee 3,4; M a g a z i ne Drive 4; Ski Club 2,3,4; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 3; Track 1 (V); Variety Show 4. 51 CHERYL CEPIEL DECA 3. SUE CHAMBERLAIN " Shorty " " Creep! " " Ya dig it! " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; DEC A 4 (V-Pres. Area 9); Girls ' Tennis 4 (V); Honor Roll 1,2,4; Lamplighters 1; Library Aide 1; Magazine Drive 4; National Honor So- ciety 1; Variety Show 4, RICHARD CHILLSON " Rick " Baseball 2 (JV); Boys ' Bas- ketball 1 (V). JOHN CHONKA " Skip " Boys ' Swim Team 2 (var.); Boys ' Tennis 3,4; Chess Club 1; Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4. STEVEN CIESONES " Steve " Baseball 1(V), 2 (JV); Chess Clubl; Football 1(V),2 (JV); Golf 2,3,4; Honor Roll 1; Ice Hockey 2 (JV); Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. MIKE CIZESKI " Wolfman " " It ' s all right ma — I ' m only bleeding. " Floor Hockey 1,2,3, 4; H onor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Ice Hockey 2 (V),3(V),4 (V-Capt,); Mag- azine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. MIRIAM CLIMAN " Mir " " Life is rough. Deb " Band KPres.), 2 (Soph. Rep.), 3 (Sect.), 4; Class Night Com- mittee 4; Float Committee 2,3,4; Homecoming Day Committee 2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Magazine Drive 4; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 3,4; Variety Show 4. BRENDA MARIE COFFEY Class Night Committee 4; Float Committee 4; Honor Roll 1, 2,3,4; Jr-Sr Prom Committee 3; Magazine Drive4(H.R. Capt.); Nation- al Honor Society 3,4; Rally Dance Committee 4; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 3; Usherette for Graduation 3; Variety Show 4. 52 ROBERT COLLINS GARY COLSON DOREEN G. CORMIER " Can ' t wait until Friday " Class Night Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4 . CHERYL COTE " No, seriously " Class Night Committee 4; Concert Choir 1,2, 3, 4; DECA 3,4; Float Committee 4; Homecoming Day Commit- tee 4; J.A. 2; Lamplighters 1; Magazine Drive 4; Mixed Choir 1,2; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 4; Variety Show 4. JEAN COTE " Yeah, sure! " Honor Roll 3; Magazine Drive 4. KAREN BETH COURVILLE " Casey " Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Magazine Drive 4; Diversified Occupa- tions 4; Cafeteria Worker 2, 3,4. DONNA LEE CRABTREE " Really? " " It may be that men are not equal in all re- spects, but they are all equally men. " Hugh Gaitskell 53 ELAINE ANN CRADDY II Q II Band 1,2,3,A (Lib.); Class Night Committee 4; Float Committee 2,3,4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Lamplighters 3,4; Magazine Drive4(H,R. Capt.); National Honor Soci- ety 3,4; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 3,4; Track Club 3; Variety Show 4; Spanish Award 3; Science Fair Honor Award 1. BARBARA CRAM " Barb " " Fantastic! " Class Night Committee 1; Color Guard 2,3; Folk Club 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Hu- man Involvement Program 2; Magazine Drive 4; National Honor Society 3,4 (Sec.- Tres.); Women ' s Action Corps 2; Most Scholarly Girl 1. THOMAS CREMONA " Tom " " I don ' t believe it! " " As Schools Match Wits " 4; Baseball 2 (JV); Football 1 (V-MVP); Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Human Involvement Program 2; J.A. 2; Lamplighters 3,4; Magazine Drive 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Variety Show 4. PATRICIA ANN CROYLE " Pat " " I don ' t know " Class Night Committee 4; Honor Roll 2,3,4; Magazine Dri ve 4; V a r i e t y S h o w 4. MICHAEL T. CRADDY " Mike " " Just calm yourself there " Boys ' Swim T e a m 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 2,3,4; Magazine Dri ve4; Variety Show 4. KENNETH CRAWFORD RONALD CRISCITELLI " Chris " " Watchout " Football 2 (Var.), 4 (Var.). STEPHEN CURTIS 54 TERRA-LEE CURTIS t. Terry " " I don ' t believe it.... " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Float Committee 3,4; Girls ' Swim Team 3 (V), 4 (V- Capt.); Homecoming Day Committee 4; Honor Roll 3, 4; Intramurals 3 (Volleyball); Jr- Sr Prom Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Track 2 (V); Usherette for Graduation 3; Variety Show 4; Yearbook 4. PAMELA ANN DAIGNEAU " Pam " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Fermi ' 76 2; Float Commit- tee 4; Homecoming Day Committee 4; Honor Roll 1, 4; Human Involvement Pro- gram 2; Jr-Sr Prom Commit- tee 3,4; Magazine Dri ve 4; Nurse ' s Aide 3,4; Rally Dance Committee 4; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 2; Usherette for G ra d u at i o n 3; Variety Show 4. ELLEN G. CWIKLA " I ' m starving " Class Night Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. KAREN ANN D ' AMATO " Tomatoe " , " D ' amats " " What seems to be the problem? " Cheerleading 1 ( Var.), 2 (J. V.), 3 (Var.), 4 (Var.); Class Night Committee 4; Fermi ' 76 2,3,4; Float Com- mittee 2,3,4; Homecoming Day Committee 2,3,4; Honor Roll 4; Human Involvement Program 3; International Club 2; Lamplighters 1,2,4; Maga- zine Drive 4; Rally Dance Committee 3,4; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 4; Variety Show 4. JANICE DAVIS " JD " Field Hockey 3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Softball 1 (V), 2,3,4; Variety Show 4. p JEFF DAVIS PAUL ANTHONY DELGRECO Band 1,2,3,4; Stage Band 1, 2,3,4. MARK DELLAROCCO ELIZABETH ANN DEROSE " Bette " Field Hockey 2 (JV), 3 (V), 4 (V-Co-Capt.); Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Lamplighters 1,2,3, 4; Magazine Drive 4; Nation- al Honor Society 3,4; Office Aide 1; Softball 1(V), 2 (JV); Variety Show 4; Yearbook 3, 4 (Co-Ed.); CAWDC Award 3; Citizenship Award 1; DAR Award 4. NANCY DESROSIERS Human Involvement Program 2; Lamplighters 1,2,3; Mixed Chorus 1,2. ANNETTE DERAGON " Cute as a button " Class Night Committee 4; Class 0fficer3 (Dir. of Act.); Class Trip Committee 4; Field Hockey 3 (J.V.); Float Committee 2,4; Girls ' Tennis 3 (J.V.), 4 (V); Homecoming Day Committee 3,4; Honor Roll 2,3,4; Jr. -Sr. Prom Committee 3,4; Lamp- lighters 1,2; Magazine Drive 4 (H.R. Capt.); Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 3; Variety Show 4. DEBRA JEAN DESCHAMPS " Give me air! " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; FBLA 2,3; Float Committee 4; Homecoming Day Com- mittee 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Jr-Sr Prom Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Powder- puff Football 2,3 (Capt.), 4; Rally Dance (Committee 2; Sr. Farewel I Prom Committee 4; Variety Show 4. DEBRA ANN DETUCCIO " Debbie " " Indeed! " Band 3,4 (Mgr.); Honor Roll 2,3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Of- fice Aide 2,3; Variety Show 4. LAURIE DEVIN " Are you serious? " Class Night Committee 4; FBLA 3,4; Float Committee 2; Office Aide 4; Sr. Farewell Committee 4; Variety Show 4. MICHAEL E. DIBATTISTO " Debo " " Tell me about it! " Bowling Club 2; Ski Club 4. 56 JOANNE TERESA DICKINSON " Jo " Class Night Committee 1,4; Class Officer 2 (Pres.); Class Trip Committee 4; Fermi ' 76 2 (Heritage Fair); Float Com- mittee 2; Homecoming Day Committee 2; Honor Roll 1, 2,3,4; Jr- Sr Prom Committee 2; Magazine Drive 4; Nation- al Honor Society 3,4; Rally Dance Committee 4; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 4; Variety Show 4. JOY NADINE DININO " JD " " What a hunk! " Graduation Reception Hostess 3; Honor Roll 1,2; Magazine Drive 4; Office Occupations 4; Variety Show 4; Yearbook 1 . JANET MARY DIORIO " Diorso " " You goober! " Cheerleading 3 (J.V.); 4 (Var.); Class Night Commit- tee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; DECA 3,4 (V-Pres.); Fermi ' 76 3,4; Float Committee 2, 3,4; Girls ' Tennis 2 (J.V.); Homecoming Day Commit- tee 2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; International Club 2; Jr. -Sr. Prom Committee 4; Lamp- lighters 2; Magazine Drive 4; Rally Dance Committee 4; Ski Club 3,4; Sr. Farewel l Prom Committee 4; Variety Show 4; Yearbook 1. ROBERT DRINKWATER " Bob " Honor Roll 2,3,4; Variety Show 4. MARY ANN DRENNAN Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Fermi 76 2; Float Committee 4; Girls ' Swim Team 2 (V), 3 (V); Honor Roll 3,4; Human Involvement Program 2; Jr- SrProm Committee 3; Nurse ' s Aide 3,4; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 2; Usherette for Graduation 3; Variety Show 4. STEVEN DROMGOOLE PATRICK J. DRONEY " Groan " " Peaches, Baby! " " Pat " " What are you on, drugs?! " " May I have your attention please! " Audiovisual Club 1; Contact Staff 2; Enri CO Fermi Net- work 2,3 (Ass ' t Dir.), 4 (Dir.); Fermi ' 76 2,3,4; Honor Roll 1; Intramurals 1 (Floor Hockey); Lamplighters KStage Mgr.), 2 (Master Elec.), 4; Magazine Drive 4; Office Aide 4; Pla- netarium Aide 2,3; Project Teach 2; Social Studies Lab Aide 2,3; Variety Show 4; P.A. Announcements 4. VICTOR DROUIN 57 DANIEL NORMAND DUBE " Doob " Class Night Committee 4; Class Officer 4 (Pres.); Class Trip Committee 4; Float Committee 4; Homecoming Day Committee 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Intramurals 1 (Hoc- key); Jr-Sr Prom Committee 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Rally Dance Committee 4; Soccer 3 (JV); Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 4; Variety Show 4; Magazine Drive 4 (chairman); Art Award 1; Al- gebra II Award 2; Geometry Award 3. JAMES JOSEPH DUFFY " Duff " " I wouldn ' t worry about it. " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Floor Hockey 1; Football 1, 2,3,4; Ice Hockey 2 (JV); Magazine Drive 4; Track 3, 4; Variety Show 4. DENNIS J. DUGA " Danit " " You ' re hired " Boys ' Tennis 4 (V); Floor Hockey 1; Honor Roll 2,3,4; Intramurals 1 (Floor Hockey); Magazine Drive 4; Project Teach 3; Wrestling 3,4. JANIS MARIE DUBOIS " Did ya see him last night? " Band 1; J.A. 3; Lamplighters 3; Magazine Drive 4; Office Aide 2,3,4; Project Teach 2; Variety Show 4. THOMAS DUFFY DEBORAH ANN DUREN " Debbie " Band 1,2,3 (Lib.), 4; Class Night Com. 4; Class Ofhcer 2 (Sect.); Class Trip Com. 4; Float Com. 2,3,4; Homecom- ing Day Com. 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Human Involvement Program 4; Jr. -Sr. Prom Com. 4; Lamplighters 1,3,4; Mag- azine Drive 4; National Hon- or Society 3,4 (V-Pres.); News-Paper Staff 1 (Feature Editor); Sr. Farewell Prom Com. 3,4; String Ensemble 2; Variety Show 4; Yearbook 4 (Bus. Manager). GERALD W. DUSTY " Gerry " , " Toad " " I don ' t want to go to school ! " Outing Club3,4; Ski Club3,4. BEVERLY EDGAR " Bev " " Don ' t get smart " Honor Roll 2; Magazine Drive 4; Nurse ' s Aide 3,4; Women ' s Action Corps 2. 58 VICKI ANN EDMONDSON " Vic " " You ' ve got to be kidding " Bowling Club 3; Guidance Office Aide 2; International Club 3; J.A. 3; Lamplighters 2,4; Magazine Drive 4; News- paper Staff 4; Ski Club 2. MARITA EGAN " Rita " " Anybody seen Anne? " Class Night Committee 4; Field Hockey 2 (J.V.); Jr.- Sr. Prom Committee 3; Mag- azine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. ART ENDERLE " Moose " Boys ' Basketball 1 (MGR); Floor Hockey 1; Intramurals (Hockey) 1; Jr, -Sr. Prom Committee 3; Magazine Drive 4. CHRISTOPHER FAILLE " Chris " " Bingo! " " As Schools Match Wits " 3,4; Band 1,2,3; Chess Club 1; Lamplighters 2,3,4; Maga- zine Drive 4; Newspaper Staff 2,3; Model Congress 3,4; Lit- erary Magazine 2,3 (Co-Ed,), 4. RICHARD FEDO " Rich " Amateur Radio Club 2,3,4; Audio Visual Club 4; (fhess Club 1; Honor Roll 1; Elec- tronics Club 4. JOYCE FENNER " Mouse " " Hey, Lee, how was your weekend? " Magazine Drive 4; Sr. Fare- well Prom Committee 4. 59 MERRILEE FENTON " Lee " " Leaky " " How was your weekend? I had a great one! " Homecoming Day Commit- tee 2,3; Honor Roll 1,2; In- ternational Club 4; Magazine Drive 4; National Honor So- ciety 3,4; Variety Show 4, KEVIN FERGUSON " Ferg " " Let ' s go have a beer. Buck " DECA 3; Ski Club 2,3,4. JOSEPH J. FERREIRA JR. " Jose " " C ' mon " Band 2,3,4; Honor Roll 2,4; Magazine Drive 4; String En- semble 3; Variety Show 2,3, 4; Jazz E n se m b I e 2,3,4. SAL FIORE " Fro, old Boy " " Really " Honor Roll 2,3,4; Ice Hockey 4 (V); Intramurals KHockey); Electronics Club 4. EARL FISSETTE " The Pearl " " What ' s happening? " Bowling Club 3; Magazine Drive 4; Wrestling 2 (V), 3 (V). LORI A. FITZPATRICK " Fitz " Class Night Committee 4; FBLA 2,3,4; Float Commit- tee 4; Homecoming Day Committee 4; Jr- Sr Prom Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Pep Squad 1; Variety Show 4. LINDA FLANAGAN KATHLEEN MARIE FLANAGAN " Joanne, what ' re you doin ' Friday night? " FBLA 3 (Tres. ), 4; Honor Roll 3,4; J.A. 3; Variety Show 4. 60 CARLA FLECK Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Fermi ' 76 2 (Dir. Heritage Fair); Float Committee 2,3; Homecoming Day Commit- tee 2,3; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. RICHARD ALAN FORTIN " Richie " " Know how to make the page whisite? " DECA3;Fermi ' 76 3,4; Float Committee 2,3,4; Folk Club 1; Honor Roll 2,3,4; Maga- zine Drive 4; Ski Club 4; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 4; Variety Show 4. VALERIE DAWN FOXX " Val " " Beatrice " " Hey, Toni! " Band 3,4; Concert Choir 1,2; Color Guard 2,3; Float Com- mittee 4; Honor Roll 4; L a m p I i ghters 4; Magazine Drive 4; Mixed Chorus 1,3; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 4; Variety Show 4. KERRY L. FROST " Frostie " " Fantastic " Football 1 (V), 3 (V); Maga- zine Drive 4. CAROLINA MARIE FULLER " Carol " " Rozalski " Band 2; Class Night Com- mittee 4; Color Guard 4; FBLA4;Fermi ' 76 4; Lamp- lighters 2; Magazine Drive 4; Mixed Chorus 2,3,4; Plane- tarium Aide 2; Variety Show 4. DEBRA ANN FUSHEY " Debbie " " No! Really? " FBLA 2,3; Float Committee 3; Future Nurses Club 3; Guidance Office Aide 3; Homecoming Day Commit- tee 3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Nurse ' s Aide 3; Office Aide 2,3; Ski Club 3. LILLIAN J. GACONA " Lill " Class Night Committee 4; FBLA 2; Jr. -Sr. Prom Com- mittee 4; Diversified Occu- pations 4; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 4; Variety Show 4. . .another thing that happens once in a lifetime is you. " Tony Pettito 61 SHERYL ANN GANGEWERE " Sherrie " " There ' s another red light! " Float Committee 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Human Involve- ment ogram 1; Internation- al Club 3; Majorettes 1,3,4 (Capt.); Variety Show 4. EDMUND J. GARRETT JR. " Ed " " Back Off " Honor Roll 3. CARRIE GATTEN KENNETH GATTO " Ken " Electronics Club 4; Floor Hockey 1,2,3, 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Ice Hockey 3 (V-AII CCIL), 4 (V); Planetarium Aide 2; Soccer 1 (V). KELLIE ELIZABETH GAYLOR " Kel " " Not bad! " Band 2,3,4; Class Night Com- mittee 4; Class Trip Com- mittee 4; Fermi 76 4; Float Committee 4; Guidance Of- f i c e A i d e 3; Homecoming Day Committee 4; J.A. 3,4; Lamplighters 2,3,4; Maga- zine Drive 4; Newspaper Staff 1; Outing Club 3; Powderpuff Football 4; Project Teach 3; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 4; Variety Show 4. MARJORIE GIRARD " Marge " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Fermi 76 2,4; Float Commit- tee 3,4; Homecoming Day Committee 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 2 (Girls ' Basketball); Jr-Sr Prom Committee 3,4; Lampligh- ters 1; Magazine Dri ve 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Project Teach 2; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 3,4; Variety Show 4. ERIC GIULIANO " Jewels " " Chocolate honey dip, is there any other kind? " Cross Country 3 (V); Honor Roll 2,3; Magazine Drive 4; Planetarium Aide 2. JANICE SUSAN GOLEC Cheerleading 1 (V), 2 (J.V,), 3 (J. V.-Capt.); Class Night Com. 4; Class Officer3 (Vice-Pres.); ClassTrip Com. 4; Float Com. 2,3,4; Gradua- tion Reception Hostess 2; Homecoming Day Com. 2,3, 4; Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4; Jr-Sr Prom C o m. 3,4; Magazine Dri ve 4 (H.R. Capt.); Pow- derpuff Football 4; Ski Club 2,3,4; Sr. Farewell Prom Com. 2,3,4; Track 2 (Mgr.), 3 (Mgr.), 4 (Mgr.); Usherette for Graduation 3; Vari ety Show 4. PATRICIA GONZALEZ " Patty " " Do unto others as you would want them to do unto you. " Color Guard 4; International Club 4. NANCI GOODROW " For sure " Girls ' Swim Team 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Magazine Drive 4. SANDRA GRENIER " Sandy " " Well, I ' m telling you! " Honor Roll 4; Cafe Rendez- vous 3,4. RENE GOLDEN " Let ' s book " Baseball 2 (J.V.); Ice Hockey 2(V), 3 (V), 4 (V); Magazine Drive 4. DONALD GONZALEZ " Speedy " Cross Country 2 (V), 3 (V-AII C CIL), 4 (V-Capt.); Honor Roll 1; Magazine Drive 4; Ski Club 1,2,3, 4; Track 1 (V), 2 (V), 3 (V), 4 (V); Food Ser- vice 3,4; Wrestling 2 (V), 3 (V), 4 (V-Capt.). CHARLENE JEANNE GOOD " Char " Class Night Com. 1,4; Class Trip Com. 4; FBLA 2,3 (V. P.), 4; Fermi 76 4; Float Com. 2,3,4; Future Nurses 3,4 (V. P.); Girls; Basketball 1; Girls ' Tennis 4; Homecoming Day Com. 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Jr-Sr Prom Com. 3,4; Magazine Drive 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Newspaper Staff 1; Nurse ' s Aide 3,4; Powderpuff Football 4; Rally Dance Com. 2,3,4; Ski Club 4; Sr. Farewell Prom Com. 3, 4; Variety Show 4; Student Eval.Com. for Accreditation 3; Youth in Business Day 2,3, 4. GAYLE A. GOTT " Gottsy " " Well, let ' s just... " Cheerleading 1(V), 2 (JV), 3 j (V); Class Night Committee I 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Fermi ' 76 2,3,4; Float Com- mittee 3,4; Homecoming Day Committee 3,4; Jr-Sr Prom Committee 4; Magazine ' Drive 4; Powderpuff Football I 4; Ski Club 4; Sr. Farewell : Prom Committee 3; Variety : Show 4. 63 SUSAN GRIFFITH " Sue " Girls ' Basketball l(V-Capt.); Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Intramur- als 2 (Girls ' Basketball); Magazine Drive 4; National Honor Soci ety 3,4; Newspaper Staff 1 (Ed.); Variety Show 4. DAVID GRIGOCIEWICZ " Dave " Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Magazine Dri ve 4; V a r i e t y S h o w 4. JACQUELINE ANNE GRIPPO " Jackie " " Gees-um " " You know " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Float Committee 4; Home- coming Day Committee 4; Honor Roll 2; Jr-Sr Prom Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Mixed Chorus 1; Newspaper Staff 1; Rally Dance Committee 4; Ski Club 2; Sr. Farewell Prom Com- mittee 4; V a r i e t y Show 4. SARAH A. GUILD " Oh man " Magazine Drive 4; Nurse ' s Aide 3; Offi ce Aide 1; Di- versified Occupations 4. EDWARD GUTKOWSKI " MANACH " Boys ' Swim Team 2 (V); Hon- or Roll 1,2,3, 4; Intramurals 1 (Hockey). DAWN M. GUTSKA " Get it? Got it. Good! " Girls ' Basketball 1(V); Honor Roll 4; Magazine Drive 4; Newspaper Staff 1; Offi ce Aide4;Ski Club 3,4; Variety Show 4. ROBERT HADLEY MICHAEL HAERTEL " Mike " Amateur Radio Club 4; Audio Visual Club 1; Enrico Fermi Network 2,3,4; Fermi ' 76 2, 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Mag- azine Drive 4; Social Studies Lab Aide 2,3; Variety Show 4; Electronics Club 4 (Tres.). 64 REBECCA R. HAINES " Reefer " " Poke that bowl " " Tell me about it " Magazine Drive 4. ROBERT W. HAIRE " Bob " " Why me? " Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4. DONNA MARIE HALE " What are you, crazy? " Magazine Drive 4, ELIZABETH ANNE HALL " Betsy " " Itsy Bitsy " " Why? " " As Schools Match Wits " 3,4; Field H o c k e y 2 (Mgr.), 3 (Mgr.), 4 (Mgr.); Girls ' Bas- ketball 2 (Mgr.), 3 (Mgr.); Graduation Reception Hostess 3; Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4; Lamp- I i g h t e rs 1,2,3,4; Magazine Drive 4; National Honor So- ciety 3,4; Project Teach 1,2; Softball 2 (JV); Variety Show 4; Reflections Staff 2,3,4. I DAMIAN HALPIN JIM HANSON " Is that so!! " DONNA MARIE HANSCOMB " Blondie " " Oh hell, that ' s the way it goes. " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Field Hockey 3 ( JV); Float Committee 3,4; Future Nurs- es Club 2,3,4; Homecoming Day Committee 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Human Invol- vement Program 3,4; Maga- zine Drive 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Nurse ' sAide 3,4; Pep Squad 2; Powderpuff Football 4; Rally Dance Committee 3,4; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 4; Variety Show 4; Women ' s Action Corps 2. 65 SHARON HARTLEY " Harts " " Are you mad? " Float Committee 3; Girls ' Swim Team 3 (Var.), 4 (Var.); Homecoming Day Commit- tee 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Library Aide 3,4; Magazine Drive4; Office Aide 1,2; Pep Squad 1,2; Powderpuff Foot- ball 4; Rally Dance Commit- tee 2; Social Studies Lab Aide 1; Variety Show 4. TODD HARTLEY DEBRA ANN HELMNS " Debbie " Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Magazine Drive 4; Diversified Occupa- tions4; Cafeteria Worker 3,4. DIANE MARIE HENDERSON " Di " " Is Barb out again?! " Color Guard 2; Honor Roll 2, 3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Pep Squad 2; Variety Sh o w 4; Wo m e n ' s Action C o r ps 2. JOHN P. HENRY " Hank " " We ain ' t got no king " Ice Hockey 3 (JV-Capt.); In- tramurals 3 (Ice Hockey); Outing Club 4; Track 1 (V); Variety Show 4. MICHAEL HINDS WILLIAM HOLDEN RICHARD HOLMES " Rick " Golf 2 (V), 3 (V), 4 (V); Honor Roll 3; Ski Club 2; Soccer 2 (V), 3 (V), 4 (V); Variety Show 4, CYNTHIA FAYE HOOPER " Goober " " He ' s not bad! " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Fermi 76 2,3,4; Float Com- mittee 2,3,4; Homecoming Day Committee 2,3,4; Honor Roll 2,4; International Club 2; Jr-Sr Prom Committee 4; Lam pi i ghters 2; M a g a z i ne Drive 4; Powderpuff Football 3 (Capt.), 4; Rally Dance Committee 4; Ski Club 3,4; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 4; Variety Show 4. ANDREA LYNN HOUDE " Hoodsie " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Fermi ' 76 3,4; Float Com- 1 mittee 4; Honor Roll 1,2,4; i Jr-Sr Prom Committee 4; i Magazine Drive 4; Rally j Dance Committee 4; Ski Club 3,4; Sr. Farewell Prom Com- I mittee 4; Va r i e t y Show 4. DAVID HUNT ; " Dave " : Amateur Radio Club 4; Audio 1 Visual Club 4; Electronics 1 Club 4 (Pres.); Science Award I 1 . GAIL IVANOFF Lamplighters 2. 67 RUSSELL DEAN JACKSON " Russ " " That ' s not Kosher " Class Officer 2 (His.), 3 (His.), 4 (His.); Contact Staff 3 (Ed.); Fermi 76 2 (Ass ' t. Dir.), 3,4; Float Committee 3,4; Lamp- lighters 1; Social Studies Lab Aide 2,3; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 3; String Ensem- ble 2,3. MARY JANE JAMROGOWICZ " Mary " " anyhow... " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Float Committee 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Jr-Sr Prom Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Usherette for Grad- uation 3; Variety Show 4. DONNA MARIE JARVIS " Ya look fine, Ander! " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Fermi ' 76 2; Float Commit- tee 2,3,4; Homecoming Day Committee 4; Honor Roll 1, 2,3,4; Jr-Sr Prom Committee 3,4; Lamplighters3,4; Maga- zine Drive 4 (H.R. Capt.); Pep Squad 2; Rally Dance Committee 4; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 3; Variety Show 4. DANIEL JASMINSKI " Jazz " Football 1 (V); Ski Club 2,3. DAVID W. JENSEN Baseball 1 (V), 2 (JV); Class Night Committee 1; Football 1(V),2(V),4(V); Honor Roll 3; Ice Hockey 2 (V), 3 (V), 4 (V-AI. Capt.); Intramurals 3 (Ice Hockey); Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. LORI JENSEN " Lori " " Cheese on twelve!! " Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Float C o m m i tt e e 2,3,4; Girls ' Basketball 2 (JV); Girls ' Swim Team 3 (Mgr.), 4 (Mgr.); Homecoming Day Committee 2,4; Honor Roll 1,4; International Club 2,3,4; (UNICEF Co-Chairman); Lamplighters 1; M a g a z i ne Drive 4; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 4; Variety Show 4. BRUCE JOHANNS " YoYo " " Going to Bristol " RICHARD JOHNSTON Baseball 2 (Mgr. JV); Honor Roll 2,3; Magazine Drive 4. ■S ' u’ JAMICE MARIE JOLIVETTE Class Might Committee 1,4; Golf4(V); Honor Roll 3; Li- brary Aide 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety ow 4. BARBARA JUBREY " I ' m sorry " DECA 3; FBLA 2; Magazine Drive 4; Var i e ty Sh o w 4. CAROLYN KANTOR " Red " Float Committee 3; Maga- zine Drive 4; Outing Club 3; Pep Squad 2; Variety Show 4; Wo m e n ' s Action C o r ps 2. KATHLEEN MARIE KE LLY " Kathy " Cheerleading 1,4 (V-Capt.), 2 (JV), 3 (V); C I ass Night Com. 1,4; Fermi 76 2,3,4 (Dir.); Float Com. 2,3,4; Grad. Reception Hostess 3; Homecoming Day Com. 2,3, 4; Honor Roll 2,3,4; Jr- Sr Prom Com. 3; Magazine Dr. 4 (H.R. Capt.); Model Con- gress 3; Nurse ' s Aide 1; Prin- cipal ' s Adv. Council 2,3; Sr. Farewell Prom Com. 3,4; Stu- dent Council 1 (P.); Variety Show 4; Who ' s Who in Amer- ican High School Students 4; Yearbook 4 (Sec.); Citizen- ship Award 1; Gadarowski Memorial Award 1; Laurel Girls ' State Rep. 3 (Tres.). JOSEPH KARA " Joe " " Bunch of burnouts around here! " Variety Show 4. MARK KARAMBERIS " Karem " " There ' s a time for work and there ' s a time for play, but this is neither the either. " Planetarium Aide 4; Track 1 (V); Variety Show 4. MICHAEL JAMES KELTING " Ke lt " " Keltsmell " " Keltboy " " Mikey " " Ya nerd " Baseball 4 (V); Football 2 (JV),3 (JV); Magazine Drive 4; Track 1 (V); Variety Show 4. " It is not what he has, nor even what he does, which directly expresses the worth of a man, but what he is. " Anomyous 69 BRENDA JEAN KINNEY " Red " " What can I say, anyway?! " Girls ' Swim Team 4 (Var.); Honor Roll 2,3,4; Magazine Dri ve 4; Variety S h o w 4. G. DAVID KLIM " Dave " Chess Club 1; Class Night Committee 4; Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; Jr- Sr Prom Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4; MARGARET ANNE KITTELL " No way Jose! " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Float Committee 4; Girls ' Basketball 1 (V); Graduation Reception Hostess 4; Home- coming Day Committee 4; Honor Roll 4; Jr- Sr Prom Committee 4; Library Aide 1; Magazine Drive4(H.R. Capt.); Powderpuff Football 4; Ski Club 4; Social Studies Lab Ai de 1; Softball 1 (V); Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 3,4; Usherette for Graduation 3; Variety Show 4. PAUL KONDRACKI STEVEN M. KORB " Steve: " What a wad " Boys ' Swim Team 2 (V), 3 (V), 4 (V); FBLA 4; Football 1 (V), 2 (JV); Honor Roll 1, 2,3,4; Intramurals 1 (Floor Hockey); Magazine Drive 4; Track 2 (JV), 3 (V), 4 (V); Variety Show 4. PATRICE ANN KREBS " Oh my God " Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Interna- tional Club 3,4; Magazine Dri ve 4; V a r i e t y S h o w 4. LINDA A. KURKUL " Kurk " Class Night Committee 1,4; Class Officer 2 (Dir. of Act.); FBLA 4; Float Committee 2; Future Nurses Club 2; Home- coming Day Committee 2; Honor Roll 3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Nurse ' s Aide 3,4; Variety Show 4. DEBORAH LABELLA " Debbie " " Who am I going to tell? " Class Night Committee 4; ClassTrip Committee 4; Float Committee 3,4; Home- coming Day Committee 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Lamp- Iighters3; Magazine Drive 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Nurse ' s Aide 3,4; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 4; Variety Show 4; Women ' s Action Corps 2. 70 TAMMY LAFONTAINE " Hey Dar, you weasel! " DECA3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4; Women ' s Action Corps 2. SANDRA LAMPRON " Sandy " Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Lamp- lighters 1,3; Magazine Drive 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Nurse ' s Aide 1,2; Variety Show 4. SUSAN F, LAMPRON Class Night Committee 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Jr- Sr Prom Committe e 4; Lamp- lighters 1,2,3; Variety Show 4. LISA A. LANDRY Class Night Committee 4; Float Committee 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Office 0ccupations4; Cafe Rendezvous 4. REGINA LANDRY " Gine " " Hi moe! " " Hey Bub " Bowling Club 2; Magazine Drive 4; Office Aide 1,2,3, 4. DONNA MARIE LAPPONESE " Lappo " " Ya know " Fermi ' 76 2; Magazine Drive 4; Newspaper Staff 1; Variety Show 4, CRAIG LARSON DEBORAH ANN LAVAWAY " Debbie " " Lav " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Float Committee 3,4; Grad- uation Reception Hostess 2; Homecoming Day Commit- tee 3,4; Honor Roll 2,3,4; Human Invol vement Program 2; Jr- Sr Prom Committee 3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Powder- puff Football 3,4; Project Teach 2; Ski Club 3; Sr. Fare- well Pr om Committee 3,4; Variety Show 4, 71 MICHAEL B. LEAHY JR. " Mike " Class Night Committee 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Maga- zine Drive 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Variety Show 4; Electronics Club 4 (V-Pres,). KEVIN LEATHE ROBERT K. LEMAY " Bob " Magazine Drive 4. ANNETTE LEVESQUE Graduation Reception Hostess 2; Human Involvement Pro- gram 3; International Club 2; LampI ighters 1; Usherette for Graduation 2, DOSHIA SHIRLEY LEVY " Bruce Lee is the greatest " Honor Roll 2,4; International Club 4; Magazine Drive 4; Planetarium Aide 4; UN Day Committee 4; Usherette for Play 1; Variety Show 4; Christmas Variety Show 3. SUSAN L. LIRO " Sue " Homecoming Day Commit- tee 2; Honor Roll 2,3,4; Magazine Drive 4 (Home- room Capt.); Nurses ' s Aide 1; Usherettee for Graduation 3; Variety Show 4. PATRICIA J. LOCKE " Patti " " I ' m sure of it " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; FBLA 3,4; Girls ' Swim Team 2 (V); Magazine Drive 4; Office Aide 2,3,4; Usherette for Graduation 3. JOANNE M. LOMBARDO " Wan " " Lumpy " " You fool " Class Night Committee 4; Class T r i p Committee 4; Float Committee 4; Gradua- tion Reception Hostess 3; Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; J.A. 3 (Sect.); Office Aide 3,4; Of- fice Occupations 4; Variety Show 4. 72 LAURETTA LOUBIER " Laurie " " Loub " " That ' s cute ! " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; FBLA 3; Float Committee 3; 4; Jr- Sr Prom Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Office Aide 2,3,4; Project Teach 2; Softball 1 (Co Capt.); Usher- ette for Graduation 3; Variety Show 4; Yearbook 4. LYNDA LUCEY " Lynie-Poo " " Don ' t Bother! " " Really?? " Boys ' Swim Team 2 (Mgr.), 3 (Mgr.); Class Night Com- 2(V),3(V),4 (V); Honor Roll 2,3,4; Intramurals 2 (Bad- minton); Magazine Drive 4; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 4; Variety Show 4; Yearbook 4. CHRISTOPHER R. LUND " Chris " Boys ' Tennis 3; Ski Club 2,3, 4. LORI E. MADIGAN " Lor " " Idon ' t wanna hear about it! " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Girls ' Basketball 2 (JV); Girls ' Tennis 2(Mgr.), 3 (J V), 4 (V); International Club 4; Magazine Drive 4; Newspaper Staff 1; Office Aide 3; Pep Squad 1,3,4 (Tri-Capt.); Softball 1 (V); Sr. Farewell Prom 4; Usherette for Gradu- ation 3; V a r i e t y Show 4; Women ' s Action Corps 2. JAMES LOVELY " Jim " " Brillo " DAVID LUKE III " Dave " Football 1 (V); Magazine Drive 4; Outing Club 4; Ski Club 2,3,4; Variety Show 4. REGINA LUTZ Cafe Rendezvous 3,4. CAROL MADORE " Where ya going? " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Float Committee 2,3,4; Fu- ture Nurses Club 2; Guid- ance Office Aide 3; Home- coming Day Committee 3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Nurse ' s Aide 3,4; Usherette for Grad- uation 3; Variety Show 4. 73 RICHARD K. MADSEN " El " " Hands off the bear " Baseball 1(V), 2 (JV), 3 (V), 4 (V-Co-Capt.); FBLA 3; Football 2 (V); Magazine Drive 4; Soccer 1 (V); Track 1(V), 2 (V); Variety Show 4. MARGARET MAHER " Peg " " Pegatha " " Peggies " " Huh? Oh just shut up Ste inert! " Class Night Com. 4; Class Of- ficer 2 (Tres.), 4 (V.P,); Class Trip Com. 4; Color Guard 3,4; Float Com. 2,3,4; Girls ' Swim Team 2,3,4 ( V - C o . Capt.); Homecoming Day Com. 2,3, 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Inter- national Club 4; Jr-Sr Prom Com. 4; Lamplighters 1,3,4; Magazine Dr. 4; Mixed Chorus 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Rally Dance Com. 3,4; Sr. Farewell Prom Com. 3 (Chairman), 4; String Ensemble 3,4; UN Day Com. 4; Usherette for Graduation 3; Variety Show 4 • JAMES W. MAGEE " Jimmy " " Fibber " " Magoo " " Irish " " Jesus H. Christ! " Audio Visual Club 1; Enrico Fermi Network 2,3,4; Fermi 76 2,3,4; LampI ighters 1,2,3 (Elect.), 4 (Elect.); Planetar- ium Aide 2; Project Teach 2; Social Studies Lab Aide 2,3 (Dir.); Variety Show 2,3,4. JEAN MAGNIFICENT " Wait til ' you see my Honda! ! ! " FBLA 4; Guidance Office Aide 2,3; Honor Roll 4; M a g a z i n e Drive 4; Office Aide 3,4; Office Occupations 4. CHRISTOPHER MAJESKE " Chris " " Hey, bub " Floor Hockey 1; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Ice Hockey 3 (V), 4 (V); Intramurals 3 ( Hockey); Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. DEBRA ANN MANNING " Deb " Band 1,2; FBLA 4; Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; Human In- volvement Program 3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Office Aide 3,4. PAUL MANZONE " Zone " Floor Hockey 1; Football 1 (V): Golf 3(JV), 4 (V); Mag- azine Drive 4. CAROLINE ANN JEANNE MAREK " Carrie " " It ' s not important what people think of you, but what YOU think of yourself " Class Night Committee 4; Folk Club 2,3,4; Girls ' Bas- ketball 4 (V): Homecoming Day Comm ittee 4; Honor Roll 4; Human Involvement Pro- gram 3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Mixed Chorus 1; Rally Dance Committee 4; Track 2 (JV), 4 (V). 74 DEBRA AMN MAROCCHIIMI " Get out of here ! " Field Hockey 2 (JV): Honor Roll 2,3,4; Magazine Drive 4, Softball 2 (JV), 3 (V), 4 (V). MICHELLE MARQUIS Guidance Office Aide 3,4; Honor Roll 2; Hum an In- volvement Program 3; Mag- azine Drive 4; Office Aide 2, 3,4; Office Occupations 4; Variety Show 4. NANCY MARIE MARQUIS " Shortie " " Ya worm " Fermi 76 2.3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Social Studies Lao Aide 2,3; Variety Show 4. BARBARA MARION MARTIN " Barb " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Float Committee 4; Girls ' Tennis 2 (V), 3 (V-Co. Capt.), 4 (V); Homecoming Day Committee 4; Inter- national Club 3; Magazine Drive 4; UN Day Committee 3; Usherette for Graduation 3; Variety Show 4. LORI SUSAN MASON " Mas " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Float Committee 3,4; Fu- ture Nurse ' s Club 2; Home- coming Day Committee 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Interna- tional Club 3; Magazine Drive 4; Pep Squad 1; Project Teach 3,4; Ski Club 3; UN Day Committee 3; Variety Show 4. JONATHAN C. MAYLOTT " Jon " " Hey, Red Sox! " Bowling Club 3; Floor Hock- ey 1; Golf 4; (Guidance Of- fice Aide 1; Honor Roll 3; Magazine Drive 4; Planetar- ium Aide 3,4. JOHN E. MAYO JR. II J j p J j fj ' Baseball 1 (V), 2 (JV), 3 (V), 4 (V); Boys ' Basketball 1(V), 2 (JV), 3 (V), 4 (V); Football 1 (V), 2 (JV), 3 (V), 4 (V); Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Maga- zine Drive 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Variety Show 4; Citizenship Award L MICHAEL MAYO " Mike " " You Goof " 75 ROBERT MCCOY JERI MCELWAIN NANCY MCGRATH " Nance " " Hey! My car ' s fixed, now we can goto breakfast! " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Enrico Perm i Network 3,4; Float Committee 4; Home- Coming Day Committee 4; Honor Roll 3,4; Human In- volvement Program 3; Jr,- Sr. Prom Comm ittee 4; Mag- azine Drive 4; Pep Squad 1; 2; Powderpuff Fo ot b a I I 4; Rally Dance Committe 4; Softball KVar.); Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 4; Variety Show 4. DARLENE ANNE McGUIRE " Real cute " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; DEC A I II 3,4; Float Com- mittee 2; Homecoming Day Committee 3; Jr- Sr Prom Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Pep Squad 2; Ski Club 4; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 4; Variety Show 4; Women ' s Action Corps 2. SHARON GAYLE MENDELSON " Sherri " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Future Nurses Club 4; Girls ' Tennis 2 (V), 3 (JV), 4 (V); Homecoming Day Commit- tee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Pep Squad 3,4 (Tri-Capt.); Ski Club 3; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 4; Variety Show 4. GAYE L. MESSENGER Class Night Committee 3,4; Class Trip Committee 4; Float Committee 4; Girls ' Swim Team 3 (Mgr.); Home- coming Day Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Pep Squad 1; Variety Show 4. 76 CAROL ANN MICCIULLA Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4; Women ' s Action Corps 2, STEPHEN MICHAUD Baseball 1 (V); Class Night Committee 4; Float Com- mittee 4; Honor Roll 3; Soc- cer 1 (V), 2 (V), 3 (V), 4 (V- Tri-Capt.); Vareity Show 4. ALLEN J. MILLER " Al " " Dig it " KATHLEEN MARIE MICHAELS " Kathy " " Mikes " " Say, honest to God! " Cheerleading 2 (JV), 3 (JV- Co, Capt.),4 (V); Class Night Committee 3, 4; Class Trip Committee4; Fermi ' 76 2,3, 4; Float Committee 2,3,4; Homecoming Day Commit- tee 2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Jr- Sr Prom Committee 3; Magazine Drive 4; Pep Squad 1; Principal ' s Advisory Coun- c i I 3,4; Project Teach 3,4; Softball 1 (V); Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 2,3,4; Stu- dent Advisory Counci I 2; Variety Show 4. JANICE MIDDELAER " Jay " Enrico Fermi Network 3,4; Lamplighters 1,2; Variety Show 4. CHRISTINE RUTH MISIEWICZ " You banana ! " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Homecoming Day Commit- tee 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Lamplighters l,2,3(Sect,),4; Magazine Drive 4; Mixed Chorus 1; National Honor Society 3,4; Project Teach 2; Variety Show 4; Literary Magazine 3; Physical Science Laboratory Aide 1. BRENDA JEAN MITCHELL " Mitch " " It ' s WAY too early in the morning " Class Officer 1 (Pres.); Girls ' Basketball 1 (V), 2 (JV), 3 (V), 4 (V); Honor Roll 1,3,4; Softbal I 1 (V), 2 (JV), 3 (Mgr.), 4 (V). " . . .as you (dream, so shall you become , " James Allen 77 PAUL MONTMINY " Monts " " Catch you later. " FBLA 2,3,4, SARAH S. MOODY " Sally " " Mood " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Fer- mi 76 4; Float Committee 3, 4; Homecoming Day Com- mittee 3,4; International Club 3; Jr-Sr Prom Commit- tee 3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 3; Variety Show 4; Yearbook 4. STEVEN MOORES MARY E. MOTYL " Mare " Class Night Committee 4; DEC A 3,4 (Pres,): FBLA 4; Field Hockey 2 (JV); Float Committee 3,4; Homecom- ing Day Committee 2,3,4; Honor Roll 2; Magazine Drive 4; Office Occupations 4; Sr. Farewell Prom Com- mittee 4; Variety Show 4. MICHAEL MOORE " Mike " Class Night Committee 3,4; DEC A 3; Football 2 (JV); Magazine Drive 4; Ski Club 3,4; Track 2 (V); Variety Show 4. REGINA MON " Rege " " Regina, are you still tal king? " Class Night Committee 4; Float Committee 2; Girls ' Basketball 1; Graduation Reception Hostess 2; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Lamplighters 1,2, 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4; National Honor Society 4; Variety Show 4; Superintend- ent ' s Adv isory Council 2,3,4; Literary Magazine 2,3,4. SHARON DENISE MONTS " Good God " Bowling Club 2,3; Concert Choir 4; Honor Roll 1,4; Mag- azine Drive 4; Mixed Chorus 1,2,3; Variety Show 4. RACHEL MORIN " Rach " " Really! Are you kidding me? " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Concert Ch oir 1; Float Com- mittee 4; Girls ' Swim Team 3 (JV), 4 (V); Girls ' Tennis 2 (Mgr.), 3 (Mgr,), 4 (Mgr.); Honor Roll 3; Jr-Sr Prom Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Outing Club 4; Pep Squad 4; Ski Club 3,4; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 4; Variety Show 4. 78 mWJTrtl WHU M H n I • ■ • I . J ■ MICHAEL MULE " Mike " " What ' s up? " Fermi ' 76 2,3; Footbal I 1 (V); Lamplighters 2; Track 1 (V). DEBRA ANN NELSON " Nels, Nellie " " Geez Louise, we can ' t give up now ! " Field Hoc key 3, A; Float Com- mittee A; Girls ' Basketball 1, 2,3, A; Honor Roll 1,A; Mag- azine Drive A; Softball 1,2,3, A; Variety Show A. KAREN LEIGH NINER " Nin " " , . ,kinda sorta , . Class N i g h t Committee A; Class Officer 3 (Sect,); Class Trip Committee A; FBLA A; Fermi 76 2; Float Commit- tee A; Homecoming Day Committee 3,A; Jr-Sr Prom Committee A; Magazine Drive A; Pep Squad 2; Rally Dance Committee A; Usher- ette for Graduation 3; Variety Show A; Yearbook A; Literary Magazine 2, SHARON E, NOONAN Class Night Committee A; Girls ' Tennis 2(V), 3(V),A(V); Homecoming Day Commit- tee A; Magazine Drive A; Softball 1(V); Sr, Farewell Prom Committee 3; Variety Show A, MAMIKO ODA " Micky " " When in Rome, do as the Romans do, " International Club A; Mixed Chorus A, DIANE O ' HAGAN " Dee " I I I I LAURIE OLSON Class Night Committee A; Fermi 76 2, 3, A; Future Nurses Club 3; Honor Roll A; Maga- zine Drive A; Outing Club 3; Ski Club 2; Sr, Farewell Prom Committee 3; Usherette for Graduation 3; Usherette for Play 2 (Sunrise at Campo- bella); Variety Show A, 79 JAME ELIZABETH OSTRAMDER Class Night Com. 4; Class Officer 4 (Dir. of Act.); Class Trip Com. 4; Fermi 76 2,3 (Sect.); Float Com. 2,3,4; Girls ' Tennis 2 (V), 3 (V), 4 (V); Graduation Reception Hostess 2,3; Homecoming Day Com. 2.3,4 (Chairman); Honor Roll 1, 2,3,4; Intra- murals 1 (Water Polo); Jr-Sr Prom Com. 3,4; Magazine Drive 4 ( H. R. C a p t . ) ; Sr. Farewell Prom Com. 4; Us- herette for Play 2 (The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail); Var- iety Show 4; Yearbook 1,3,4 (Sen. Sect. Ed.). MARK PACKARD " Pack " Football 4 (V); Ice Hockey 3 (V); Intratnurals 3 (Hockey); Ski Club 1,2,3,4; Track 3(V), 4 (V). ANITA PARKES " Nicky " " You wanna calm down " Night School Hostess 3; Lib- rary A i d e 2,3,4; Magazine Drive 4. PATRICIA PASCOE " Pat " " Schnell! " Class Night Committee 4; Float Committee 4; Honor Roll 4; Magazine Drive 4; Office Occupations 4. THOMAS SCOTT OTTMAN " Ott " " Hey, hey " Boys ' Tennis 3(V); Football 1(V),2(V), 3(V), 4(V); Wres- tling 2 (V). ROBERT PARENT DENISE PARKES " Denny " " You ' II get over it. " Library Aide 3. KEITH E. PATENAUDE " Node " " Oh, really? " Baseball 1 (V-Capt.), 2(JV), 3(V), 4(V-Tri-Capt.); Boys ' Basketball 1(V), 2(JV), 3(V), 4(V-Capt.); Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Soc- cer 1(V), 2 (V), 3(V-Capt.), 4(V-Capt.). 80 GARY PELLETIER DAWN PERCOSKI Band 1; Enrico Fermi Net- work 2; Honor Roll 3,4; Lamplighters 2; Magazine Drive 4; Office Aide 1; Soc- ial Studies Lab Aide 2,3; Va- riety Show 4. COLLEEN PETERS DENNIS PETERS " Patro " " What ' s happening? " Magazine Drive 4; Mixed Chorus 2; Soccer 4 (V), JOSEPH JOHN PETRONELLA " Petro " Baseball 4; Boys ' Basketball 4(V); Honor Roll 1,4; Intra- murals 1; Track 4(V), ARLENE PFEIFER " Fife " " Right? " Cheerleading 1 (V); Honor Roll 4; Ski Club 2,3. KAREN JUNE PHILLIPS " I ' ll take care of it. " Bowling Club 2 (Team) Capt.), 3 (V-Pres.),4; Class Night Committee 4; Float Committee 2,4; Homecom- ing Day Committee 2,3,4; Honor Rol I 3,4; Lamplighters 1,2,3,4; Library Aide 2,3; Magazine Drive 4; Newspa- per Staff 2,3,4; Office Aide 3; Rally Dance Committee 3; Sr. Farewell Prom Commit- tee 4; Variety Show 4; Wash- ington Workshop 4. MARK PIANKA " Peebles " Honor Roll 2,3;Magazine Drive 4; National Honor So- ciety 3,4; Variety Show 4; Wrestling 3(V), 4(V). 81 i M I FRANCIS PIEKOS Ice Hockey 3 (V); Intra- murals 3 (Hockey). THOMAS S. PIEKOS CHARLES M. PILKINGTON Float Committee 4; Football 1 (V), 2 (V), 3 (V), 4(V-Tri- Capt,); Honor Roll 1, 2,3,4; Intramurals 1 (Hockey); Mag- azine Drive 4; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 4; Track 1 (V), 2(V), 3(V-MVP), 4 (V); Variety Show 4; Wrestling 4. CHERYL PINGLEY " Ping " MARCIA S. POLEK " Marsh " " Pollock " " There goes a vette! " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Float Committee 3,4; Jr-Sr Prom Committee 4; Maga- azine Drive 4; Mixed Chorus 3; Variety Show 4. PAULA J. POLI " What can I say? " Honor Rol I 4; Magazine Drive 4; Office Aide 3,4; Variety Show 4. 82 NAMCY MARIE POTKAI Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Float Committee 4; Future Nurses Club 2; Homecoming Day Committee 3,4; Honor Roll 1, 2 , 3 , 4;International Club 2,3,4; Jr-Sr Prom Com- mittee 3,4; Magazine Drive 4(H.R. Capt.); National Honor Society 3,4; Ski Club 2,3,4; Sr. Farewell Prom Commit- tee 4; Variety Show 4. KAREN LYNN POTTER Float Committee 2,3; Future Nurses Club 2; Homecoming Day Committee 2,3; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Magazine Drive 4; Nurse ' s Aide 3,4; Office Aide 2. KATHIE PRAYZNER Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4; Food Service Management 3,4. JENNIFER LYNN PROVENCHER Cheerleading 2 (JV), 3(V), 4 ( V-Co-Capt.); Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Float Com- mittee 3,4; Homecoming Day Comm ittee 2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4; Jr-Sr Prom Committee 3,4; Magazine Drive 4; National Honor Soc- iety 3,4; Newspaper Staff 1; Rally Dance Committee 4; Ski Club 2; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 4; Variety Show 4; Yearbook 4. LESLEY JANE PRYSKI " Praise the Lord ! " Concert Choir l,2,3(Lib.), 4 ( S e c t . - V-Pres., accompa- nist); Heritage Fair 2; Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Lamplighters 4; Magazine Drive 4; Mixed Chorus l,2,3(Lib.),4 (Sect.- V-Pres., Accompanist); Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 4; Variety Show 4. JODY QUICK " Jod " " Seriously " FBLA 3; Girls ' Tennis 2,3; (Capt., M.V.P.), 4. EILEEN MARIE QUINN Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Fu- ture Nurses Club 2,4; Girls ' Swim Team 3(V); Powder- puff Football 4; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 4; Usher- ette for Graduation 3; Va- riety Show 4. KIMINETTE QUINN 83 BILL RAJPOLD " Raj " Willie " " I grok Spook! " FolkClub 3; LampI ighters 3; Variety Show 4. RANDY RAWDING LOUIS PETER REALE " Louie " " Oh boy, it ' s Fry-day " Football 1; Track l(MGR): Variety Show 4. LORI ANN REESE " Reesey Cup " " Stella " " Hmm — wouldn ' t you like to know? " Cheerleading 3 (J.V.); Class Trip Committee 4; FI oat C o m m i 1 1 e e 2,3,4; Home- coming Day Committee 2,3; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Jr-Sr. Prom Committee 4; Mag- azine Drive 4; Rally Dance Committee 3; Variety Show 4. CHERYL REED " Sherry " ROBIN MARIE KERSTIN REESE " Reeser " " It is chance that makes brothers, but hearts that makes friends " Class Night Committee 4; Cross Country 3 (Mgr,); Float Committee 3; Folk Club 2; Girls ' Basketball 4 (V); Homecoming Day Com- mittee 3,4; Human Involve- ment Program 4; Magazine Drive 4(H.R. Capt,); Office Aide 3,4; Project Teach 2; Rally Dance Committee 3,4; Track 2(JV), 3(Mgr.),4(Mgr.); Variety Show 4. 84 LYNDA LEE REILLY " Riles " " Hope lean make it! " Bowling Club 2. PATTY RICHARD " Cricket " " Don ' t get shook ! " Majorettes 4. ROSEMARY ANNE RICHARD " Rose " Color Guard 4; J. A. 4; Nurse ' s Aide 3,4; Variety Show 4; Christmas V a r i e t y Show 3. BARBARA A. RICHARDSON " Bonkers " " You not my friend, go away! I I " " I ' m serious! " Office Aide 2,3. CRYSTAL MAY RINGLAND " Crys " " R " " Ohba Noba " Band 2,3,4; C lass Night Com- mittee 1; Concert Choir 1,3 (Lib.), 4 (Tres.); Float Com- mittee 2,3,4; Folk Club 2; Homecoming Day Commit- tee 2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; " No one hears you as a crowei. Everyone hears you as an intJiviiJual . " Charles Templeton 85 KATHY AIMN RIVEST " Riv " " Hey, Rile, What ' s happenin? " Class Might Committee 4; Honor Roll 3; Murse ' s Aide 3; Variety Show 4. JEAM ROBBIMS CATHERINE MARIE ROBERGE " Cathy " Honor Roll 2,3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Office Aide 2,3,4. KELLY KATHLEEN ROBIDOUX Cheerleading 1 (Var.); Mag- azine Drive 4. MARJORIE R. ROBINSON " Brandy " " Let ' s have a party! " Future Nurses Club 4; Inter- national Club 2; Library Aide 3,4; Variety Show 4, DAVID ROESSLER " Fish " " Surf ' s up! " Boys ' Swim Team 3(Vars,), 4(Vars.); Boys ' Dive Team 4( Vars.). MICHAEL JOHN ROOK " Mike " " Rooker " Baseball 1, 2,3( V), 4(V); Football 1,2( V),3(V),4(V., Capt,); Honor Roll 3,4; Mag- azine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. VERONICA ROOKEY " Roni " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Girls ' Basketball 1; Maga- zine Drive 4; Office Aide 2, 3,4; Variety Show 4. 86 ROSALIA ROSATO " Rosy " " Linda, will you shut up? " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Nurses ' Aide 3,4; Office Aide 3; Variety Show 4. JEAN ROSS Class Night Committee 4; Float Committee 4; Maga- zine Drive 4; Office Aide 3; Variety Show 4. BRIAN J. ROUTHIER " Bri " Boys ' Basketball 1 (Mgr.); Float Committee 4; Honor Roll 2,3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. DOROTHY RUDOLF " Dotty " " Oh no, I forgot it ! " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee4; Color Guard 3; Float Com- mittee 3,4; Homecoming Day Committee 3,4; Jr-Sr Prom Committee 4; Lamplighters 1,2,3 (V-Pres.), 4; Magazine Drive 4; Mixed Chorus 3,4; Office Aide 3; Social Studies Lab Aide 2; Sr, Farewell Prom Committee 4; Variety Show 4. PETER RUGGIERO " Pete " Variety Show 4. ROBERT RUTHERFORD 87 THOMAS G. RUMORE " Tommy " " Meet you on the corner " Baseball 1,4; Floor Hockey 1; Football 1,4; Intramurals 1 (Ice Hockey); Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. SHEILA SALTER " Pepper " " You fool " " You know " Honor Rol I 1,2,3; Office Aide 3; Office Occupations 4; Va- riety Show 4. r I DARYL REME SANDELIN " Blond ie " " Hi sweet ' s " Class Night Committee 4; Honor Roll 2,3; Human In- volvement Program 4; Li- brary Aide 3; Nurse ' s Aide 3, 4; Outing Club 3,4; Ski Club 4; Softball 1; Sr. -Farewell Prom Committee 4; Variety Show 4. RICHARD SANDS " Rick " Band 1; Football 2(JV),3(V); Track KV); Variety Show 4. DAVID V. SAWTELLE Ice Hockey 3(V), 4(V); Soc- cer 2(JV), HOLLY JEAN SCARR " Jolly Hean " " My honey ' s coming home today " Class Night Committee 4; D E C A 3 (Sec; Area State Comp, NARC ON Con.),4 . Fermi ' 76 2; Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; Lamplighters 1,2; Mag- azine Drive 4; Project Teach 2; Social Studies Lab Aide 2, 3,4; Sr. Farewell Prom Com- mittee 4; Variety Show 4; DEC A School Store 2. innnommnnaB DAVE SANDFORD " Captain " Boys ' Tennis 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Track 2. HEATHER ELIZABETH sauve ' " Lazy " " Hedonism is a true virtue " Girls ' Basketball 2; Inter- national CluD tL-, Ski Club 2; Softball 2. NANCY SAWYER " Nance " " What am I gunna do? " Magazine Drive 4; Outing Club 3; Ski Club 3,4; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 4; Variety Show 4. JOSEPH SCAVOTTO " LOVE IT Boahoahoahoah. . . " Intramurals 1 (Hockey); Va- riety Show 4. 88 RICHARD SCUSSEL " Rick " " Wanna bet? " Chess Club 1; Concert Choir l,2(Sargeant at Arms), 3(Pub. Mgr.), 4; Floor Hockey 1, Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Lamp- lighters 1,3; Magazine Drive 4; Mixed Chorus 2,3,4; Soccer 1 (V),2(JV),3(V),4(V); Vari- ety Show 4; Wrestling 2(JV), 3 (JV), 4 (V); Concert Choir ward L PAMELA SEILHAMMER " Pam " Honor Roll 3; Magazine Drive 4, JAMICE SEMENSKY " Mensky " " I ' m not proud " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; FBLA 4; Fermi 76 3,4; Float Committee 4; Homecoming Day Committee 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Jr-Sr Prom Com- mittee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Office Aide 2; Powderpuff Football 3,4; Rally Dance Comm ittee 4; S k i C I u b 4; Sr, Farewell Prom Commit- tee 3; Variety Show 4. CARL SFERRAZZA I I SAMDY SKAPARAS " Skip " " Cal I me later Ness " MICHAEL SLATTERY " Slats " " What a zero " Boys ' Swim Team 2(V), 3(V), 4(V-Tri-Capt,); Intramurals KFIoor Hockey); Honor Roll 1,2,3; Magazine Drive 4; Track 2(JV), BONNIE L. SLOANE " Boofer " Class Trip Committee 4; FB L A 2,3,4; FloatCom- mittee 2,4; Girls ' Basket- ball 1(V); Guidance Office Aide 3; Jr-Sr Prom Com- mittee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Nurse ' s Aide 3,4; Pep Squad 1; Ski Club 3; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 4; Student Advisory Council KSect.); Variety Show 4, DIANE SMITH " Smitty " " If he ' s got a mustache. I ' ll love ' em ! " Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Magazine Drive 4; National Honor So- ciety 3,4; Variety Show 4; Literary Magazine 2; Typing Award 3. THERESA SOJKA " Tish " " Get off my case. " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee4; Fermi 76 4; Girls ' Tennis 4; Guidance Office Aide 1,2; Human Involvement Program 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Office Aide 3. JULIE ELLEN SOKOL " That ' s life " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Float Committee 2,3,4; Graduation Reception Hostess 2; Homecoming Day Com- mittee 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2; Human Involvement Program 2; Jr-Sr Prom Committee 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4; Powder- puff F o o t b a I I 3,4; Project Teach 2; Ski Club 3; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 3; Usherette for Graduation 3; Variety Show 4. 90 JOE SPEMCE " Haywood " Baseball 2(J,V.), 3(V), 4(V- Capt.); Boys ' Basketball 1; Football l(V-Capt.), 2(J.V.), 3(V),4(V); Intramurals 1 (Capt.); Variety Show 4, MARY ST. AMAND FBLA 4; Honor Roll 4; Jr.- Sr. Prom Committee 4; Vari- ety Show 4. JOHN ST. GERMAIN " Goob " Football 1 (V), 2 (JV) Intra- mu ra Is 1 (Floor Hockey); Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. DAVE ST. MARTIN " Saint " Football 3(V),4(V); Track 1 (JV),2(V),3(V),4(V): Variety Show 4. ED ST. ONGE Honor Rol I 4; Magazine Drive 4; Ski Club 4. KAREN LYNN STEARS " Don ' t walk in front of me, for I may not follow; don ' t walk behind me, for I may not lead; just walk beside me and be my friend " Bowling Club 1; DECA 3,4; Library Aide 1; Magazine Drive 4; Office Aide 2,3. JEFF R. STARR " Harr " Baseball 1(V); Boys ' Basket- ball 1(V),2(JV), 3(V),4(V); Ski Club 1,2,3. RICHARD S. STEINERT " STNRT " " Life is rough " Band 3,4; Class Night Com. 1,4; Class Officer 1,2(V- P r e s . ) , 3(Pres.); Class Trip Com. 4; Concert Choir 1,2,3, (Tres.), 4 ( P r e s .); Contact Staff 2; Float Com. 2,3,4; Folk Club 2; Homecoming Day Com, 2,3,4; Honor Roll 2,3,4; J.A. 2; Jr-Sr Prom Com. 3,4; Lamplighters 1,3, 4(Pres.); Magazine Dr, 4 (H.R. (iapt.); Mixed Chorus 3,4; Newspaper Staff 1 (Ed.); Sr. Farewell Prom Com. 2,3, String Ensemble 3,4; Variety Show 2,4; Literary Magazine 2; C itizenship Award 1; Choir Award 1; Chamber Singers 1 ; All-Ct. Singers 3. 91 TIMOTHY DALE STELMAT " Tim " " Listen! " Band 1,2, 3,4. SUSAN D. STOCK " Sue " " Is Debbie in yet? " Band 1,2,3, 4; FBLA4; Honor Roll 2,3,4; Lamplighters 2; Magazine Drive 4; Office Aide 2,3; String Ensemble 3; Variety Show 4; Pep Band 2, 3,4. BOB STREETER " Tweet " " Zap! " Variety Show 4; Wrestling 2 (V), 3(V), 4(V). CHARLES H. STRIDER " Charlie " " J ive turkey " Color Guard 2; Fermi ' 76 1, 2; J.A. 3. BRUCE STROM MARCEL F. STROMAN " Pee Wee " " Get good on the good foot " Magazine Drive 4; Soccer 1 (V); Track 1(V); Variety Show 4. 92 THOMAS SUCH DIANE SULESKI " Where ' s Lynie-poo? " Boys ' Swim Team 2(Mgr.),3 (Mgr.): Class Night Commit- tee 4; Girls ' Basketball 1(V), 2(JV); Girls ' Swim Team 2 (V),3(V); Girls ' Tennis 3(V), 4{V); Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; In- tramurals 2(Badminton); Ma- gazine Drive 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Sr, Fare- well Prom Comm ittee 4; Va- riety Show 4; Yearbook 4, DONNA SUTTLE " Parker " Guidance Office Aide 1; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Human In- volvement Program 3; Li- braryAidel; Magazine Drive 4; Office Aide 1,2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 1; Usherette for Grad- u a t i o n 3; T AMI Project 3; Hunger Conference 3; Aid for Xmas Bazaar 3; Office Aide (Nathan Hale School) 3, WALTER SWEET " You cad! " ' " Y ' wan ' asmackin ' e head? " Band 1,2, 3, 4 (Pres,); Human Invol vement Program 4; Spanish Award 1,3. BILL SWEETMAN " Sweets " " Don ' t gimme no grief " Boys ' Swim Team 3(Var,); Cross Country 3(Var.); Intra- murals 1( Hoc key); Magazine Drive 4; Planetarium Aide 3; Track 1,2, 3,4; Variety Show 4. DENNIS SYLVESTER WALTER SZCZUKA " Shaboo " " Simmer " Golf 3(V),4(V): Honor Roll 1, 2,3,4; Intramurals 1( Floor Hoc key). IT - I CATHERINE ROSE THOMAS " Cathy " " Hey, what ' s new? " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Float Committee 2,3,4; Fu- ture Nurses Club 3,4; Guid- ance Office Aide 1; Honor Roll 2,3,4; Jr-Sr Prom Com- mittee 4; Lamplighters 2,3, 4; Magazine Drive 4(H.R. (Capt.); Powderpuff Football 3,4; Usherette for Graduation 3; Variety Show 4; Yearbook 1; Homecoming Day Com- mittee 3,4. MICHAEL TKACZ " Teaks " Boys ' Basketball 1(V); Intra- murals 1(F I o or Hockey); Magazine Drive 4. 94 ELIZABETH LOUISE TOURVILLE " Lizz " " Oh sh,it " DEC A 3( Tres,), 4(Tres.); Magazine Drive 4; Mixed Chorus 1,2,3; Variety Show 4. LINDA TRAPANESE " Lynn " " Oh my God! Please! " Cafe Rendezvous 3,4. CHUCK TRAVALI Baseball 3(JV),4(V); Soccer 3(V); Variety Show 4, MARY FRANCES TRAYNOR " Red " " Don ' t walk in front of me, I mightnot follow you; don ' t walk behind me, I may not lead you; just wal k beside me, and be my friend. " Class Night Committee 1,4; FBLA 2,3,4; Honor Roll 2; Ice Hockey 3{Mgr.),4(Mgr.); Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4 JACQUELYN ANN TRIOLO " Jake " " Hi, how ya doing? " Class Night Committee 1,4; Class Trip Committee 4; FBLA 2; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Newspaper Staff 1; Nurse ' s Aide 3,4; Powderpuff Footbal I 2; Sr. Farewell Prom Com- mittee 4; Variety Show 4. JAIME CHRISTINE TRIOLO " Jame " ClassNight Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; FBLA 2; Float Committee 4; Homecoming Day Commit- tee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Pep Squad 1; Variety Show 4. SUSAN D. TUBBS " Sue " " Say what? " Jr- Sr Prom Committee 4; Library Aide 2,3,4; Maga- zine Drive 4; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 4; Variety Show 4. KEITH TUCKER " Tuck " " What ' s happening man? " Chess Club 1; Intramurals 1 (Basketball); Magazine Drive 4; Soccer 2,3(V),4(V). 95 I : :i 1 1 1. ' 1 r; • • •=5 r TTTTT " TTnrnTTi Titnninr nrr fr CHERYL URBANSKI Library Aide 3,4; Magazine Drive 4. MELVIN J. WACHOWIAK JR, " Mel " Honor Roll 1, 2,3,4; Intra- murals KFIoor Hockey); Ma- gazine Drive 4(H. R. Capt.); National Honor Society 4; Newspaper Staff 1; Soccer 1 (V),3(V),4(V): Track 1(V),3 (V), 4(V); Variety Show 4; Yearbook 3,4(Co-Ed.). JOYCE BRENDA WALLEN " Bren " " Don ' t worry about it " Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Float Committee 4; Home- coming Day Committee 4; J. A. 3; Magazine Drive 4; Nurse ' s Aide 3,4; Softball 4; Sr. Farewell Prom Commit- tee 4; Track 4(var.); UN Day Committee 3; Variety Show 4; Heritage Fair 2; Christmas Variety Show 3, CHRIS WALSH " Joe " " Heavy Duty " Band 1,2,3; Honor Roll 1,3. ANN WHALEN " Turtle " " You ' re kidding " FBL A 3; Field Hockey 2(JV); Float Committee 3,4; Future Nurses Club 4; Homecoming Day Committee 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4; Jr-Sr Prom Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Powderpuff Football 4; Ski Club 2,4; Softball 1 (V),2(JV),3(V),4(V); Variety Show 4; Yearbook 4. DONNA WHALEN " Really! I mean really, really, real ly now. " % JOSEPHINE WHEAT " Joe Sue " Magazine Drive 4 RUSSELL WHEELER " Russ " Magazine Drive 4; Track 1 (V); Variety Show 4, CARL WHITE " Jay " " I know I fl unked ! " Baseball 1(V),2(JV); Bowling Clubl,2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; Intramurals 2; J.A, 2; LampI ighters 3; National Honor Society 3,4; Public Relations 3; Ski Club 4; Soc- cer 1( V); Variety Show 4; Yearbook 3(Photo.),4(Photo.); Chemistry Award 2; Physics Award 3; English Award 3. BRIAN WILLIAMS Diversified Occupations 4, THOMAS WILLIAMS " Tonk " " God, you ' re mental " Cafe Rendevous 3,4. ERNEST WILSON " Ernie " " N-n-n-no, that ' s not right " As Schools Match Wits 3,4; Chess Club 1; Concert Choir 1; Honor Rol I 1,2, 3,4; Human Involvement Program 2; In- ternational Club 2,3,4; LampI ighters 1; National Honor Society 3,4; Project Teach 2; Yale Book Club Award 3; Boys ' State 3. STEVEN WINIARZ " Steve " Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Variety Show 4. 97 I CHERYL WORTHINGTON " Gotta go call Joe. " Cheerleading 1(V). mUIGRT.T, r. SHAROM WORTHINGTON NORMA MICHELLE YOUNG " Shelly " Fermi ' 76 A; Future Nurses Club 4; Nurses ' Aide 3,4; Sr. Farewell Prom Committee 4. ROBERT YOUNG " Munch " , " Lightning " " It ' s a long story. " Honor Roll 1,3; Intramurals 1( Hoc key). LORENE ZAUGG " Lori " " I wanna be Bobby ' s girl " " Have you seen Robert? " Homecoming Day Commit- tee 3; DECA 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 4; Library Aide 3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Nurse ' s Aide 4; Usherette for Play 4. TEOFE MICHAEL ZIEMNICKI " Zimbo " " Hey Man, what ' s happenin? " Boys ' Basketball 1(V); Class Trip Committee 4; DECA 3; Float Committee 3,4; Foot- ball 1(V),2(JV),4(V); Maga- zine Drive 4; Ski Club 3,4; Soccer 3(V); Track 1{V),3{V), 4(V); Variety Show 4. 98 TIEN VU RICKI KAMAY IRENE GATES PAUL MAYNARD DEBORAH QUIMBY MICHAEL KELLIHER WAYNE BUCK MYRA MILLER RICHARD ELKO KENNETH MORGAN ROBERT SULLIVAN JEFFERY ALESKWICZ m merarmw ROBERT GALLERANI 1957-1975 Class of 1976 MICHAEL DRENNAN 1957-1975 Class of 1975 i i i 1 . ttiiT II The 1975 Girls ' Varsity Swimming Team, led by Co-Captains Terry Curtis and Peggy Maher had a very successful year, producing a 5 win 7 loss dual meet record. Nine of the eleven school records were broken and we finished 13th in the " LL " division of the state championships. Our season ' s highi ight (of the dual meet season) was an 87-85 loss in our opening meet against league champion Hall High School. This meet gave notice to the rest of the league that Fermi Girls ' Swimming Team has arrived. The new record holders are 200 YD, MEDLEY RELAY — (2:14:1) Nancy Goodrow, Sandy Noonan, Kathy Mon and Mary Henry; 200 YD, FREESTYLE —(2:27:2) Kelly O ' Brien; 200 YD, INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY— (2:46:8) Carol Mon; DIVING— (176 pts,) Mary McCusker; 100 YD, BUTTERFLY— (1:15:8) Kathy Mon; 100 YD, FREESTY LE—( 1:03:9) Kathy Mon; 500 YD. FREE- STYLE— (6:49: 2) Patty Healey; 100 YD. BREASTSTROKE— (1:19:3) Sandy Noonan; 400 YD. FREESTYLE RELAY— (4:26:9) Kathy Mon, Mary Henry, Brenda Kinney and Kelly O ' Brien. 104 FRONT ROW-LEFT TO RIGHT: Nanci Goodrow, Sharon Hartley, Lynda Lucey, Terry Curtis, Peggy Maher, Brenda Kinney, Rachel Morin, Pat Michalik. SECOND ROW: Cindy Bonfiglio, Tina Johnson, Laura Shae- ffer, Mary McCusker, Jeni Williams, Kathy Mon, Sandy Noonan, Mary Henry, Peggy Sheak, Carol Mon, Sue Pieper, Coach Lengyel. THIRD ROW: Sue Cappa, Kelly O ' Brien, Donna Duprey, Donna Craddy, Paul- ine Quinn, Sue Wright, Lynn DaPrato, Judy Alevo, Janice Kocot, Chris Meissner, Diane Irelano. DIVIN ozi-H2SH2:f 5 VARSITY SCORES 1975-1976 SEASON 5 WINS, 7 LOSSES Fermi .85 Hall 87 Fermi .93 Norwich . . . . 79 Fermi .88 Windham . . . . 84 Fermi .76 Windsor Locks . 96 Fermi .82 Penney 89 Fermi .81 Buckley .... 91 Fermi .75 Conard .... 97 Fermi .95 Hartford Public . 53 Fermi .83 Wethersfield . . 89 Fermi .90 East Hartford . . 82 Fermi .92 Weaver .... 53 Fermi .71 Manchester . . 99 FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Roger Giguere, Mark Bouchard, Dave Burn, Mel Wachowiak, Steve Michaud, Keith Pat- enaude, Jim Bialobrizeski, Rich Scussel, Keith Tucker, Mike Bruno, and Chris Rackliffe. BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Jim Reveruzzi, Manager Victor Miko, Dennis Montminy, Jim Mager, Harry Holmes, Mike Donnelly, Joe Cabrera, Gary St. Martin, Billy Upjohn, Dave Parker, Don Michaud, Matt Wachowiak, Bill Gallagher, Bob Washington, Jeff Neh- ila. Bill Kamerer, Ken Alexander, and Coach Chico Batista. SENIORS LEFT TO RIGHT: Jeff Aleskwicz, Mike Bruno, Steve Michaud, Dave Burn, Rich Scussel, Keith Patenaude, Keith Tucker, Mel Wachowiak, Mark Bouchard. While this season was not a winning one, it certain- ly was a rewarding one. The name of the game was hus- tle and teamwork. A more balanced team effort we have never experienced . It seems ironic that the only game where a shut-out was not experienced was to be our most decisive, result- ing in a 2-1 loss. Our season ' s record was 6 w i n s and 8 losses. The enthusiasm and effort exhibited by our players offers encouragement for a very promising future here at FERMI. VARSITY SCORES 1975 SEASON 6 WINS, 8 LOSSES Fermi . .0 Manchester . . 2 Fermi . .0 Wethersfield . . 2 Fermi . .1 Conard 0 Fermi . .2 Penney 0 Fermi . .0 Hall 1 Fermi ..A East Hartford . .0 Fermi . .1 Windham . . . . 0 Fermi . .0 Enfield 2 Fermi . .0 Simsbury. ... 3 Fermi . .0 Manchester . . .4 Fermi . .0 Wethersfield . . 1 Fermi . .1 Conard 2 Fermi . .1 Penney . . . . 0 Fermi . .2 East Hartford . . 0 " at least 80 yards! " 109 Senior Tri-Capt. Vince Bre- st in Senior Tri-Capt. Charlie Pilkington Senior Tri-Capt. Mike Rook Senior Joe Spence Senior Jim Duffy Senior Jim Rager Senior Scott Ottman FRONT ROW— LEFT TO RIGHT; Coach Nuccio, John Mayo, Tom Rumore, Mike Rook, Charlie Pilkington, Vinnie Breslin, Dave Jensen, Joe Spence, Dave St. Martin, Asst. Coach Barker, Asst. Coach Ochutti. SEC- OND ROW: Rich Zajackowski, Jim Rager, Scott Ottman, Jim Duffy, Ron Criscitell i, Teofe Ziemnicki, Jeff Starr, Scott Boucher, Mark Pac kard. THIRD ROW; Eric Tarn- F The Fermi Football team surprised many people by repeating last year ' s 5-5 rec- ord. The team com- prised mostly of inex- perienced underclass- men was the reason no one thought Fermi would win more than a few games. Yet, one of the team ' s outstand- ing games was a 49-8 rout of powerhouse over Simsbury on Homecoming weekend. This was the third win of a three game win- ning streak. The team was highlighted by an explosive offense, and an unpredictable but owicz, Kevin Harris, Ralph Miller, Bill Tidwell, Jay D ' Aleo, Steve Testoni, Don Durfee, Scott Bergstrom, Stuart Sibley, Fred Johanns, Glen Mason, Scott Blewett, TOP ROW: Tom Rooney, Frank Mensinger, William Storey, Mike Cunningham, Bill Sroka, Doug Sal ey, Tony Arre, Pat Crowley, Austin Grady, Dave Thibodeau, Frank Maleweski, Tom Mulcahy. stubborn defense. The offense was led by Senior Halfback Char- lie Pilkington who led the area in scoring (104 pts) and rushing (1300 yds.) and Sen- lorQuarterback Joe Spence who led the C.C.I.L. in passing with 1, 987 yds .and 18 touchdown passes . Both won Player of the Week honors from the C.C.I.L. The seniors from the 1976 team would like to wish the 1977 Falcon team the best of luck next year. L Senior Dave St. Martin Senior Ron Criscitelli Senior Teofe Ziemnicki Senior Tommy Rumore Senior Dave Jensen Senior John Mayo H-I-K-E ! Ooo, a boo-boo! 4th and 59. Pass? Going my way? The tragedy of life is not so much what men suffer but rather what they miss. VARSITY SCORES 1975- 1976 SEASON 5 WINS, 5 LOSSES Fermi . . .48 Kennedy . . . . .35 Fermi . . .14 East Hartford . . .32 Fermi . . .30 Hall . 55 Fermi . . .33 Wethersfield . . 12 Fermi . . .35 Windham. , . . 40 Fermi . . .27 Penney .... . .16 Fermi . . .36 Manchester . . . .07 Fermi . . .49 Simsbury . . . . .08 Fermi . . .18 Conard .... . .33 Fermi . . .08 Enfield .... . .19 ■ ' jLi CROSS COUNTRY 75 BOTTOM ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Tom Deveau, Brian Brissette, Mike Fusco, Dave Boyajian, Don Gonzalez, Steve Delmarco, Brian Donelan. STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: (Scorer) Joann Silver, Tom Auduskevitz, Bob FTiefer, Ken Fortin, Dan Gonzalez, Fran Bourque, Matt Donelan, Chris Demoro, Stu King, (Scorer) Deb Black, (Coach) Gene Ry- czek, (Scorer) Deb Bouchard. Coach Gene Ryczek 114 The amount of practice, desire and dedication cer- tainly was not ref I ected in this year ' s cross country record. Individual times i mproved a great deal as the year progressed but the season was too short. Although practice was usually strenuous there were some " off " days of touch football and other team competition. Graduation will take away two of our top runners, Don Gonzalez and Dave Boyajian. Our co-captains set a fine example for our young team. Running is 90 per- cent mental and the mental attitude of these young men was excellent. ns FIELD HOCKEY To most people, a successful season is one in which the wins out-number the losses. Thus, to most people, this 1975-1976 field hockey season was not a success. To coach and players, the degree of success is determined by the amount of hard work, ded- ication, effort, and self-sacrifice exhibited by the members of the team. In most of the games played this season, these elements that help to make team unity were close. To have played the de- fending state champions (Simsbury) and to lose 1-0 is but an ex- cellent indication of just how well this team worked. Senior members Polly Bauckman, Rosemarie Bellantuono, Janice Davis, Bette Derose and Debbie Nelson gave of themselves to help keep the team together through the sharing of hockey know- ledge and abilities. Each, in her own way, will be missed during the next season 1976-1977. The record of the Junior Varsity team shows promise for the future of Fermi Field Hockey, as there were many talented people at this level, I am sure the underclasswomen join me in wishing the seniors all the best that lies ahead in their careers. Miss Ro Sullivan 116 (LEFT TO RIGHT) - Gertrude Aebi (Mgr), Ann Upjohn, Marge Davis, Pam Agro, Ann Scavatto, Dawn Ottman, Debbie Nelson, April Blevins, oily Bauckman, Chris Pieper, Donna D ' Orazio, Janice Davis, Sheryl Wild, Janet Mack, Cathy Griffith, Jeannine Michaud, Mary Ellen Moore, Bette Derose, Rosemarie Bellantuono, Naomi Whynot, Pam Thibodeau, Rosanne Captain, Debbie Teske, Betsy Hall (Mgr), Miss R. Sulliven (Coach) I Senior Janice Davis Senior Rosemarie Bellantuono Senior Debbie Nelson VARSITY SCORES, 1975 SEASON 4 WINS, 7 LOSSES Fermi . . 0 Hall 1 Fermi . . 1 Hall 3 Fermi . . 2 Manchester . . .1 Fermi . . 2 Windham . . . . 0 Fermi . . 0 Conard 1 Fermi . . 0 Simsbury . . . . 1 Fermi . . 0 Manchester . . . 1 Fermi . . 1 Windham, . . . 0 Fermi . . 0 Conard 2 Fermi . . 2 Enfield 1 Fermi . . 1 Enfield 2 Senior Co-Capt. Bette Derose Senior Co-Capt. Polly Bauckman Varsity (FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT): Janet Diorio, Janet Moriarty, Cindie Curtis, Kathy Kelly (Capt.), Karen D ' Amato, Patty Golec, Kathy Michaels. BACK Tony Pessolano (Advisor) ROW: Linda Diorio, Roseanne Giovanetti MacKay, Geri Baldyga. , Jennifer Provencher (Co-Capt.), Rita In my experience as an advisor, I have found cheerleading to be the activity which kept my spirit enthus- iastic and serve as a means of keep- ing me tuned into the female teen. Being a mal e advisor, it made the adjustment for the girls a little harder with moments of frustration and times when I felt cheerleading was nothing but a nightmare, Whenitook the assignment I went to Kathy Kelly and said " What do I do? " She was myad ' isor to begin with. Then I called Mrs. Chiancola, the former advisor, who told me to be " tough on th e girls " and keep them in harmony. Following all this advice I proceeded to take over my respon- si bi I ities. I took pride in the honor of being the cheerleading advisorfor the great- est kids in the school. Everyone ex- pects so much from these girls and they always followed through. I congratulate seniors Kathy Kel- ly, Karen D ' Amato, Janet Diorio, Ka- thy Michaels and Jennifer Provencher for a Job well done. Co-Capt. Jennifer Provencher Tony Pessolano (Advisor) Junior Varsity: (FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT): Sandy Mcgarvey, Marybeth Ol- sen, Kathy Mayo, Michele Mager (Capt.), Debbie Black, Elaine LaScala, Anne Michaels. BACK ROW: Lori Packard, Marci Secondo, Joanne Fotos, Lori Gir- ard, Kim Piepul. Capt, Kathy Kelly I i I LEFT TO RIGHT— Co-Captain Sheryl Wild, Coach Jim Murphy, Co-Captain Debbie Teske. The Fermi Girls ' Basketball Team faced a major rebuilding program this past season. With the loss of some key players due to graduation, the team relied mainly on talent from the sopho- more and junior c I a s s e s, hoping to formulate into a stronger contender for the seasons to come. Adding to the re- building program was a new c oac h as well . Although the team ' s win-lose rec- ord of 1-17 did not i n d i ca te league champions, they did prove to be a team of much spirit, aggressiveness, and positive basketball to be reckoned with in the league next year. Seniors LEFT TO RIGHT — Debbie Nelson, Rosemarie Bellan- tuono, Tish Sojka, and Caroline Marek. LEFT TO RIGHT — Debbie Teske, Denise Berry, Naomi Whynot, Tish Sojka, Cathy Griffith, Caroline Marek, Sheryl Wild, (coach) Jim Murphy, Janet Mack, Chris Pieper, Rosemarie Bellantuono, April Blevins, Ann Lemeris, Debbie Nelson, Diane Drouin, (mgr.) Brenda Kinney. " Wanna do the bump? " " How a man plays the game shows something of his character; how he loses shows all of it. " 125 " Girls, this isn ' t soccer! " " Watch out I ' m coming thru! " " Now I ' ll tap it to you, OK? " Tri-capt. Mike Healey Tri-capt. Mike Slattery % Tri-capt. Dave Burn I, as coach of this 1976 team, was happy that we had our fourth winning season in a row. It was a pleasure to have seen so many records broken and to have had so many of the team members qual- ify for the state tournament. The school records that were broken are as follows: 200 YD. MEDLEY RELAY — M. Slattery, P. Beigel, D. Hayward (1 min. 51.2 sec.) 200 YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY — M. Traynor (2 min. 17 .5 sec.) 50 YD. FREESTYLE— D. Hayward (24.4 sec.) 500 YD. FREESTYLE— M. Traynor (5 min. 24 sec.) 100 YD. BACKSTROKE — M. Slattery (1 min. 4.4) 400 YD. FREE- STYLE RELAY— P. Beigel, M. Slattery, M. Healey, D. Burn (3 min. 44.5 sec.). QUALIFIED FOR CIAC STATE " LL " CHAMPIONSHIPS— 200 YD. MEDLEY RELAY— M. Slattery, M. Healey, P. Beigel, M. Fusco (Alternates S. Korb, M. Baum) 200 YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY M. Traynor 50 YD. FREESTYLE— M. Fusco 500 YD. FREESTYLE— M. Traynor 100 YD. BACKSTROKE— M. Slattery. HIGHLIGHTS OF BULKELEY RELAYS— 1ST PLACE 300 YD. BREASTSTROKE RELAY — M. Healey, P. Beigel, M. Baum, B. Healey (3:24:6 meet record) 1ST PLACE 300 YD. BACKSTROKE— M. Traynor, S. Korb, M. Craddy, D. Burn (8:42:9). Lastly, I would like to wish our seniors a long, happy, healthy and prosperous life. Thanks for the memories. Coach Lengyel Senior Dave Boyajian Senior Mike Craddy VARSITY SCORES 1976 season 7 Wins, 3 Losses, 1 Tie Fermi. . . 91 Windham 81 Fermi. . . 94 Alumni 73 Fermi. . . 66 Conard 104 Fermi. . . 96 Hartford Public. . . 67 Fermi. . .105 Manchester 67 Fermi. . . 76 Glastonbury % Fermi. . . 86 Wethersfield 86 Fermi. . . 90 East Hartford 82 Fermi. . . 77 Hall 95 Fermi. . .100 Norwich 77 Fermi. . .103 Enfield 61 Senior Steve Korb Coach Lengyel FIRST ROW — LEFT TO RIGHT — Peter Beigel, Mike Fusco, Dave Boyajian, Steve Korb Tri-Capt. Mike Slattery, Tri-capt. Mike Healey, Tri-capt. Dave Burn, Mike Craddy, Mike Baum, Mark Schroder, Coach Lengyel. SECOND ROW L TO R — Roger Sheak, Bill Healey, George Schoeber, Greg Loubier, Ken Cherpak, Russ Pacquette, Frank Gawle, Ken Mercik, Mike Traynor, Brian Benoit, Jim Arrowsmith, Eric Pieper. THIRD ROW L TO R — Bob Chonka, Bruce Johnson, Brian Phillips, John Maher, Mark Dragone, Steve Mulkern, Ted Fournier, Steve Jacques, Ken Olson. We always knew Slattery would make it to the top! Boyajian, put your trunks on!!! The members of this team can always say they were the FIRST of Fermi ' s winning Basketball teams. As a team that carried only 2 seniors, 8 juniors, and two soph- omores, the Falcons have surprised many people. The team worked and worked to near the top of the league in just one year. Highlighting the year were 2 victories over Enfield, the CCIL post season tournament, the state tournament, and numerous close, exciting wins. With the state tournament still to be played. Falcon fans can look back at a super exciting yearthat featured team play, intense desire to improve, and WINS. The Falcons will be back in force for a great year in 76-77 with the exception of two of our finest who will graduate. To our seniors John Mayo and Capt. Keith Paten- aude, we say thank you for three great years. Captain Keith Patenaude Varsity: (LEFT TO RIGHT) Asst. Coach Gene Ryczek, Terry Thomas, John Mayo, Jeff Starr, Frank Men- singer, Eric Ruby, (Capt.) Keith Patenaude, Bill Baskerville, Doug Saley, Tim Boesch, Chris Rack- liffe. Bill Slattery, Coach Tom Snipe, (missing from picture: Nick Deni, Tony Wingin) Senior Jeff Starr Coach Tom Snipe Senior John Mayo I Bill Baskerville — " Son of Flubber " 2 for " The Naude The old double pumper J.V.: (LEFT TO RIGHT) Coach Gene Ryczek, Tom Puleri, Scott Marek, Nick Deni, Mike Wells, Bob Garten, Ken Bernier, Tom Rooney, Pat Locklear, Tony Wingin, Bruce MacKay, Paul Can- none, Tom Kelly, Greg Taylor. I 130 " It is a credit to these individuals that, though they are varied in lifestyles, backgrounds and goals, they played bas- ketball as a team, " Snipe and Ruby VARSITY Fermi. . . 52 Fermi. Fermi. Fermi. Fermi. Fermi. Fermi. Fermi. Fermi. Fermi. Fermi, Fermi, Fermi. Fermi, Fermi. Fermi. Fermi. Fermi. Fermi. 51 51 61 66 56 62 66 77 67 68 77 67 69 77 46 54 99 70 Fermi. . . 77 Fermi. . . 56 Fermi. . . 66 Fermi. . . 60 BASKETBALL SCORES Windsor Locks. .56 Manchester, ... 73 Wethersfield. . . 50 Conard 44 Penney 70 O.T. East Hartford. . . 54 Windsor Locks . 77 Hall 59 Windham 78 O.T. Enfield 65 Simsbury 65 Wethersfield. . . 76 Conard 64 Penney 70 East Hartford. , .62 Hall 57 Manchester. . . 69 Windham 78 Enfield 56 Simsbury 64 C.C.I.L Manchester ... 75 Hall 57 C.I.A.C. Trumbull 69 TfTFrrTTTT-rrTTT FRONT ROW: Dave Pare, Fred Johanns, Bruce Newport, John Lombardo, Dennis Duga, Joe Backus, Jerry Lovell, Mark Pianka, Dave Lamareux, Jorge Diaz, Stuart King, BACK ROW; Coach G. Terrio, Debbie Badger (Mgr.), Tracy Keene, Mike Petroski, Bob Streeter, Kevin Kaman, Tim Brodtman, Brent Scoville, Richard Thomas, Ralph Beaudin, Rich Scussel, Janet Reeves (Mgr.). 1 VARSITY SCORES 1976 Scores 5 Wins, 9 Losses Fermi. . .40 Agawam . ,22 Fermi. . 31 Bloomfield 25 Fermi, . 18 Canton 9 Fermi. . 41 Bacon Academy. , .14 Fermi. . 32 Berlin 22 Fermi, . 6 Hall 27 Fermi. , 24 Simsbury 33 Fermi. . 6 Conard 52 Fermi. . 9 E. Hartford 24 Fermi. . 24 Wethersfield 36 Fermi. . 9 Penney 46 Fermi. . 27 Windham 24 Fermi, . 17 Manchester 33 Fermi. . . 6 Enfield 36 Senior Don Gonzales Senior Dennis Duga Senior Bob Streeter Senior Mark Pianka Coach G. Terrio The 1975-1976 wresti ing season has been an Im- provement from last year. Going into their last match, the team has a record of five wins and seven losses. Our ex- pectations for next year are even greater than what we had for our current season . The team is made up of p r i m a r i I y sophomores and juniors. This should give us a strong nu- cleus to work from next year. To the seniors that are leav- ing I extend my thanks and best wishes for the i r success. The remainder of the team asks for your support next year. They will do their best to provide a successful season. Sincerely, G . Terrio (Coach) The Pin!!! Seniors, Mark Pianka, Don Gonzales (Capt.), Bob Streeter, Missing from picture, Dennis Duga and Rich Scussel. Fighting for the pin! 133 The body slam! It ' s gonna be one of those days! Gee Terrio, now what? Ready, one, two, three. U-G-HII! We have to stop meeting like this! Let me at him! Left foot blue. Right hand yellow! 134 Uh, Oh, . . Wanna play leap frog? Dean Buczkowski Dave Sawtelie Mike Cizeski What can you say of a team comprised of eight sophomores, six j u n i o r s and five seniors which finishes second in CCIL play yet suffers its worst season? Rebuilding was the name of this past season and we have come a long way togeth- er. Sophomores Steve Jensen, Todd Sawamura and Rich Sawtelie compose the best second line in Fermi ' s history. Alternate captain for next year. Nelson Aiken, is one of the best defensemen to develop in our program. Fran Bourque, a first I i n e right wing. Jack Shaughnessy and Mike Sidorsky all cover the ice expertly. " Mr. All-Round " , Glen Rasmussen, was our leading scorer and penalty killer. S har i ng the responsibility of captain next year with Glen is Bob Regan, a fine de- fensemen who has played every position but goalie and has started every game for two years . Balance was kept by Earl Reynolds, Tony Lombard i and Bill Peltola as well as Jim Chevaliar, our goalie, who ends the season 7-3 overall and 6-3 in league play. We will lose seniors Dean Buczkowski, Rene Golden, Dave Sawtelie, Ken Gatto and goalie Mike Cizeski . They have left a fine legacy behind them. They deserve praise for their contributions and success in future years. Sincerely, . Mr. Mantenudo, Coach FRONT ROW — LEFT TO RIGHT — Tony Lombardi, Bob Regan, Todd Sawamura, Steve Jensen, Fran Bourque, Bill Gallagher, SECOND ROW — Earl Reynolds, Rich Sawtelle, Glen Rasmussen, Mike Cizeski, Jim Chevalier, Ken Gatto, Mary Traynor, (coach) Mantenuto. TOP ROW — Coach Ron Greene, Lori Lee, Rene Levesque, Joe Cannella, Nelson, Aiken, Rene Golden, Dave Jensen, Bill Peltola, Dave Sawtelle, Dean Buczkowski. VARSITY SCORES 1976 SEASON 10 WINS, 10 LOSSES Fermi. . , 2 Suffield Fermi. , . 13 Manchester. . . . .0 Fermi. , , . 5 Hall Fermi. , . . 1 South Windsor. . . 8 Fermi. , • 6 Simsbury Fermi. , , . 3 Windsor Fermi. , . . 2 Rockvil le Fermi. , . . 2 Conard 5 Fermi. , . . 3 Wethersfield. . . . 1 Fermi. . . 5 Enfield .1 Fermi. , , . 2 Rockvi Me .4 Fermi. , . , 2 Wethersfield. . . . 5 Fermi. , , . 7 Hall Fermi. . . 3 Simsbury Fermi. , , . 7 Manchester. . . . 1 Ferini. , . . 1 South Windsor. . .8 Fermi. , , . 7 Conard 2 Fermi. . . . 5 Suffield 3 Fermi. , , . 5 Enfield 1 Fermi. , , . 2 Windsor .3 . as you dream, so shall you become. " James Allen J.V. Tearp--LEFT TO RIGHT, BOTTOM ROW; Bob McCan, Jim Cunningham, Mark Edwards, Tony Lombardi, Harold Carr, Manager. TOP ROW: Coach Ron Greene, Dave Kelting, Jack Shaunessy, Fran Bourque, Brian Bris- sette, Mike Sidsorsky, Earl Reynolds, Dave Sawtelle, Gary Cotnoir. 137 r. m -rj =r -N ' -’ ' IJ W ' rif -f .r • . GO PERM! 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" , r i V y% 4w rIIyMooDv CLASS STATISTICS CLASS BROWNIES — Pat Casey and Claire Bouchard CLASS DEVIL and AIM- GEL — Wayne Buck and Mary Ann Drennan CLASS SWEETHEARTS — Rich Fortin and Janet Diorio CLASS ARTISTS — Bob Carr and Laurie Olson CHAUVINIST and FEMINIST— Scott Ottman and Terry Curtis MOST TALKATIVE — Joanne Lombardo and Steve Ciesones CUTEST — Kathy Michaels and Scott Boucher 1 EXAGGERATOR — Jim Rager and Janice Golec BEST ALL AROUMD — Jennifer Provencher and Vince Breslin CLASS MUSICIANS — Joe Ferreria and Crystal Ringland MOST ATHLETIC — Keith Patenaude and Deb- MOST ABSENT-MINDED — Jeff Starr and Peggy Maher bie Nelson CLASS ACTOR and ACTRESS— Rich Steinert and Bette Derose FRIENDLIEST — Marcel Stroman and Jackie T riolo BEST SMILES — Jamie Triolo and Joe Tabone MOST PERSONABLE — Polly Bauckman and Dave Klim DONE MOST FOR SCHOOL- -Jane Ostrander and Dan Dube HANDSOMEST and MOST ATTRACTIVE— Vince Breslin MOST INDIVIDUA L— Sue Chamberlain and Bill Rajpold and Barb Martin MOST BUSINESSLIKE— Ernie Wilson and Lori Binnenkade CASANOVA and FLIRT— Rick Sands and Lori MOST ARGUMENTATIVE— Annette Deragon and Mark Bouchard Reese THE YEARBOOK STAFF BACK ROW — Debbie Duren, Ter- ry Curtis, Cathy Lord, Betty Schad- lick, Polly Bauckman, Lynda Luc- ey, Laurie Loubier. MIDDLE ROW — Sheryl Wild, Sarah Moody, Jen- nifer Provencher, Denise Poirier, Paula Kot, Diane Suleski, Ann Whalen. FRONT ROW— Jane Os- trander, Bette Derose (co-editor), Mel Wachowiak (co-editor). Jay White. Missing from picture: Kathy Kelly. Alias The Falcon Gang PAGE 2 — l lo one could prevent the ' robbery ' of Norby ' s Bank and Trust, as Debbie Duren divides the loot among the hoodlums in the Falcon Gang, PAGE 5 — " Who me? " , is the cry of Polly the Pilcher. PAGE 6 -- We will never know just how this outrageous ' crime ' was planned, but we know it was a smashing success! Anatole France ERNEST WILSON — Boys ' State, Yale Club of Hartford Book Award DAVID BURN--Boys ' State, Harvard Book Club Award, Rennessaler Medal SPECIAL BETTE DEROSE— Women Deans and Counselors Award, DAR Award AWARDS ROSEMARIE BELLAN- KATHY KELLY-Girls ' State TUANO--Congressional t,.. Intern CONCERT CHOIR FIRST R OW LEFT TO RIGHT: Cheryl Usher, Louise Dugan, Amy Bridge, Diana Callahan, Cheryl Cote, Dianne Far- ley, Lori Bertrand, Debbie Como, Laurie Kelleher, Tina Johnson, Crys Ringland. SECOND ROW: Mr. Giangrasso, Connie Johnson, Kathi Vella, Pam Young, Audrey Parlapiano, Joan Tanguay, Lynn Suchy, Kim Krajewski, Penny McGrath, Judy Leahy, Kathy K ur I ey , Lora Nohmy, Joan Cappa, Mamiko Oda, Dawn Arsenault, Toni Bouthillier, Lesley Pryski. T H I R D ROW: Donna Nazlian, Beth Uhlinger, Kim Benjamin, Teri Snyder, Robin Watson, Sharon Crouse, Heather Harris, Eileen O ' Hara, Mike Leborious, Pat Locklear, Richard Scussel, Roger Sammel, Dave Royce, Rich Steinert, John Nadeau, John Quesnel. MIXED CHORUS FIRST ROW LEFTTO RIGHT : Raven Gamache, Amy Bridge, Karen Hollowell, Terry Saczyk, Lorraine Julien, Betsy Saczyk, SECOND ROW: Kim Singer, Debora Williams, Lynn Bigos, Peg Maher, Beth Jones, Pauline Quinn, Lora Nohmy, Dawn Arsenault, Dorothy Rudolf, Andrea Anderson, Lesley Pryski, Mr. Giangrasso. THIRD ROW: Patricia Callahan, Connie Johnson, Robert Tanguay, Mike Leborious, James Young, John Nadeau, Carol Fuller, Darlene Bower, Toni Bouthillier. FOURTH ROW: Pat Locklear, Mark Vachon, Roger Sammel, Brian Donelan, Yvette Gir- ard, Lori Tourville, Margaret Natale. Missing From Picture: David Lillis, Linda Flanagan, Debbie Rienks. CHORUS OFFICERS BAND OFFICERS CHORUS OFRCERS— FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Crystal Ring I and (Treasurer), Richard S t e i n e r t (President), Louise Dugan (Sargeant-at- Arms), Dawn A rse nau 1 1 (Librarian). SECOND ROW: Karen Hollowell (Librarian), Lesley Pryski (Secretary), Yvette G i r a r d (Publicity), Eileen O ' Hara (Publicity), Mr. Giangrasso. Missing From Picture: Linda Flanagan (Sargeant- At-Arms). SENIORS BAND SENIO RS— FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Leiv Askvig, Crys Ringland. SECOND ROW: Joe Ferriera, Walter Sweet, Rich Steinert. THIRD ROW: Tim Stelmat, Kellie Gaylor, Elaine Craddy, Lori Anderson, Debbie Black. FOURTH ROW: Peggy Maher, Val Foxx, Debbie Duren, Miriam Climan, Sue Stock, Debbie DeTuccio, Patty Gonzalez. Missing From Picture: Chris Faille, Jeff Lance. BAND OFFICERS— FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Bob Campbell (Sophomore Representative), Walter S w e e t (President), Elaine Craddy (Librarian). SECOND ROW: Ellen Wilber (Band Manager), Mary Henry (Assistant Librarian), Carol Andrews (Color Guard Co-Captain), Linda Johnson (Color Guard Co-Captain). THIRD ROW: Sandy Ryder (Tre asu re r), Lori Anderson (Vice- President), Debbie Black (Secretary). 158 MARCHING BAND FIRST ROW — LEFT TO RIGHT: Bill Boudah, Debbie DeTuccio, Tim Stelmat, Paul Jandreau, Joe Ferriera, Mo Droney, Brian Whiteley, Jeff Cardosa, Diane Prayzner. SECOND ROW: Cathy Richardson, Cheri Magee, Donna Craddy, Bob Campbell, Dave Boudah, Mike DuBois, Paul Whiteway, Tom Allen, Chris Rackliffe, Doug Jones. THIRD ROW: Debbie Duren, Miriam Climan, Sandy Ryder, Lori Anderson, Al Bouchard, Toni Bouthillier, Sue Benson, Val Foxx, Karen Arneri. FOURTH ROW: Walter Sweet, Brian LeMay, Pat Locklear, Phil Nichols, Hugh Moore, Beth Jones, Crys Ringland, Rich Steinert, Peter Chouinard, Bob Wagner. FIFTH ROW: Elaine Craddy, Debbie Black, Ellen Wilber, Michelle Midyette, Karen Hollowell, Dee Berry, Karen Malyszko, Debbie Dufficy, Cindy Bailey, Lorna Lamana, Kellie Gaylor, Sue Stock, Ruth Sweet. SIXTH ROW: Chris Lachendro, Vin Cassotta, Bob Koehler, Frank Gawle, Ken Mercik, Debbie Sombric, Gary Chase, Mark Baumann, Jerry Barr, Mary Henry. SEVENTH ROW: Eric Ruby, Leiv Askvig. Missing From Picture: Chris Faille, Sal lie Fusco, Tamara Harris, Jeff Lance, Chip Lefebvre, Tod Lucia, Rich Mueller, Debbie Rienks, Dave Wilson. c o L O R G U A R D FIRST ROW— LEFT TO RIGHT: Dianne Farley, Kim Ostrander, Cathy Kurley. SECOND ROW: Carol Andrews (Co-Captain), Linda Johnson (Co-Captain). THIRD ROW: Janet Mulkern, Donna K e d z i o r, Peggy Maher, Karen Eisenman, Connie Johnson, Sue Preston, Judy Leahy, Darlene Doumolin, Andrea Anderson, Patty Gonzales, Eileen Gentile. 159 Majorettes String Ensemble LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Ann Bastarache, Sheryl Gangwear (Capt.), Sue Mayo. LEFT TO RIGHT: Peg Maher, Bob Campbell, Rich Steinert. There is something marvelous in music. I might almost say it is, in itself a mar- vel. Its position is somewhere between the region of thought and that of pheno- menas; a glimmering medium between mind and matter, related to both and yet differing from either. Spiritual, and yet requiring rhythm; material and yet inde- pendent of space. Heinrich Heine Stage Band TOP LEFT TO RIGHT: Jackie Heathcoate, Brian Whitely, Crys Ringland, Joe Ferreira, Dave Boudah, Eric Ruby, Chris Lachendro, Mark Baumann, Frank Gawle, Vin Cassotta, Brian Lemay, Debbie Sombric, Gary Chase. BOT- TOM ROW: Sandy Ryder, Chris Rackliffe, Doug Jones, Bob Campbell, Mike Dubois, Paul Whiteway. Missing from picture: Chip Lefebvre, and Director John Mariano. 161 FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Donna Kucejko, Mark Bouchard, Eric Ruby, Tom Cremona, Carla Fleck; SEC- OND ROW: Carol Sheehan, Mina Mees, Holly Gilmore, Maria Angelica, Pamela Houde, Geri Baldyga, Rosanne Giovanetti, Laurie Olson, Kathy Kelly, Donna Craddy; THIRD ROW: Janice Golec, Jennifer Provencher, Cheryll Boisjolie, Steve Warga, Sue Maly, Denise Sylvester, Crystal Ringland, Lori Anderson, Debbie Duren, Linda Diorio, Sue Caldwell; FOURTH ROW: Sue Preston, Paul Lanouette, Ed Jandreau, Sandy Lampron, Lori Jensen, Roger Sheak, John Quesnel, Donna Jarvis, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Montagna, Miss Russo; FIFTH ROW: Dave Lillis, Ernie Wil- son, Rich Scussel, Eileen O ' Hara, Kathy Thomas, Dave Royce, Karen Blake, Mr. Rago; SIXTH ROW: Chris Maj- eske, Jorge Diaz, Jim Mager, Lou D ' Amato, Sue Wright, Doreen Blake, Diana Ireland. Junior Class Officers FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Denise Poirier (Sec- retary), Doreen Blake (President); SECOND ROW: Ros- anne Giovanetti (Vice-President), Marci Secondo (Dir- ector of Activities), Cindy Parchark (Treasurer). Sophomore Class Officers LEFT TO RIGHT: Cathy Aldrich (Treasurer), Donna Ros- si (Historian), Mary Ann Guilmette (Director of Activi- ties), JoAnn Fotos (Secretary), Cindy Morgan (Vice-Pres- ident), Mike Hanrahan (President). 162 Electronics Club German Club FIRST ROW: Mr, Owens and Mr, Tokas (advisors). SEC- OND ROW: Ken Gatto, Mike Haertel, Don Falkowski. THIRD ROW: Mike Leahy, Rick Fedo, Dave Brewster, Dave Grigocieiv icz. Missing: Dave Hunt FIRST ROW: Doshia Levey, Heather Pontious. SECOND ROW: Keith McNabb, Bob Haire, Otis Worth, Mr. Wood (advisor). Missing: Elizabeth Hall As Schools Match Wits Literary Magazine FIRST ROW: Ellen Wilber, Jeannine Michaud. SECOND ROW: Peggy Szeniawski, Kathy Mon, Andrea Stein, Chris Faille. Missing: Sue Wright and Miss Mackley (ad- visor). Ernest Wilson, Dave Klim, Chris Faille. Missing: Eliz- abeth Hall and Mrs, Hines (advisor). 163 National Honor Society ON STAIRCASE: Linda Anderson, Barbara Cram, Debbie Duren, Charlene Good, Sandy Lampron, Peggy Maher. FIRST ROW: Elaine Craddy, Debbie Black, Tom Cremona, Chris Misiewicz, Lisa Anderson, Donna Hanscomb, Diane Suleski, Nancy Potkai, Lee Fenton, Maureen Butler, Marjorie Girard, Betsy Hall, Sue Griffith, Brenda Cof- fey, Diane Smith, Jennifer Provencher, Debbie LaBella, Dianne Boulerice. BACK ROW: Jay White, Steve Win- iarz, Mike Leahy, Ernie Wilson, Dave Burn, John Mayo. (Missing From Picture: Vince Breslin, Bette Derose, Dan Dube, Joann Dickinson, Rich Kamay, Mark Pianka, Crystal Ringland. International Club FIRST ROW (L--TO — R): Laurie Butler, Beverly Delgado, Gertrud Aebi, Leiv Askvig, Patricia Gonzalez, Mamiko Oda, Paul Lanouette. SECOND ROW: Carmen M. Acevedo, Claire Bouchard, Lori Madigan, Eileen Gentile, Peggy Maher, Pauline Alabre, Sue Vezina. THIRD ROW: Andrea Stein, Jeannine Michaud, Peggy Szeniawski, Alida Raiche, Alicia Raiche, Sue Jensen, Karen Hollowell, Sue Preston, Michelle Midyette, Mrs. Young (Adv.), Ernie Wi Ison. 164 I Yoga Club LEFT TO RIGHT — Bill Rajpold, Yvette Girard, Betty Schadlich, Michelle Pontious. Get In Shape Club FIRST ROW — Lynn Fregeau, Diane Christie. BACK ROW — Mr. Wing (adv.) Diana Strickland, Lisa Catania. 165 DECA FIRST ROW: (LEFT TO RIGHT): (Officers), Liz Tourville, Janet Diorio, Holly Scarr, Mary Motyl, Tammy La- Fountain, Sue Chamberlain. SECOND ROW: Colleen Peters, Sharon Scott, Ann Scavatto, Cheryl Cote, Veronica Garrett, Kim Pellitier, Janet Barile, Chris Obregon. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Mayo (Advisor), Dan Barnes, Wayne Karcz, Marisa Cousineau, Cheryl Wenc, Ralph Miller, Ernie Bauman. FOURTH ROW: Alice Jennings, Connie Johnson, Toni Bouthillier, Eileen O ' Hara, Brian Pierce. FIFTH ROW: Mary Scannell, Joanne McCauliff, Lolly Levesque, Mary McCusker, Ron Langdon. SIXTH ROW: Debra William, Carol Evann, Erica Harris. FBLA FIRST ROW: Anne Gorham (Advisor), Andrea Russo (Advisor), Ron Langdon (Photographer), Carol Sheehan (Vice-Pres.), Mary Stauble (Secretary), Rita Mackay (President), Kathy Macinnis (Historian), Marci Secondo (Reporter), Kathy Flanagan (Treasurer), Tony Pessolano (Advisor), SECOND ROW: Kim Piepul, Kathy Bala, Jane Duff, Linda Kurkul, Sue Kurkul, Charlene Good, Karen Bak, Laurie Fiore, Maureen Coffey. THIRD ROW: Sheryl Wild, Donna Langley, Jeanne Masse, Pat Niner, Donna Reid, Sue Kelleher, Dawn Shaughnessy, Earl Fissette, Lori Binnenkade. FOURTH ROW: Sue Hartley, Sue Jensen, Betty Smyth, Lorraine Swols, Eileen O ' Hara, Sue Stock, Scott Ouellette. FIFTH ROW: Karen Ivanoff, Mary Ann Guilmette, Bonnie Veilleux, JoAnne Fotos, Liz Stuck- land, Debbie Warzyski, Mary Scannell, Earl Ellis. SIXTH ROW: Paula Kot, Denise Poirier, Laurie Devin, Marilyn Basile, Patti Locke, Joanne Lombardo, John Cobb, Dennis Montminy. (Missing from picture Debra Manning). 166 Bowling Club Folk Club LEFT TO RIGHT: Marianna Levis, Marianne Bastarache, Mike LeBorious, Jeff Bassett, Kevin Coughlin, Rich Ferreira, Larry DiNino, Steve DiNino, Donna Kusejko, Penny McGrath. KNEELING: Mike Patrick, Paul Jensen, Keith Moriarty. BOTTOM ROW; Robin Watson, Eileen O ' Hara, Thomasine Dekam. TOP ROW: Nona Whynot, Miss Baione, Rhonda Goodrow, Michelle Pontious, Bill Rajpold, Betty Schadlich. Ski Club FIRST ROW (LEFT TO RIGHT): M. Moore, M. Beauregard, L. Askvig, S. Preston, K. Hollowell, T. Ziemnicki, B. Kamerer, D. Sylvester, T. Stone, C. Kurley, F. Bugdin, T. Telmosse, Mr. Fairwood, Mr. Bisesti. SECOND ROW: D. Poirier, S. Vezina, P. Williams, S. Kelliher, D. Bouchard, P. Golec, S. Hartley, C. Hooper, C. Good, K. Phillips, B. Pierce, W. Cunningham, M. Hapgood, B. Upjohn, Mr. Hodrinsky. THIRD ROW: R. Maylott, B. Kendrick, G. Dusty, M. Mager, J. Duff, L. Diorio, J. Diorio, R. Fortin, S. Bergstrom, J. Silver, M. Coffey, J. Bialobryski, D. Luke III, R. San , M, DiBattista. FOURTH ROW: L. Zaccaro, C. Moriarty, K. Clalyszko, M. Rager, C. Morgan, S. Boucher, J. Starr, P. Casey, L. Sylvia, M. Egan, A, Vasseur, B. Pierce, P. Saydiowski, T. O ' Brien, M. Hutcheon, T. O ' Brien, FIFTH ROW: B. Manning, A. Cheney, K. Coughlin, G. Walton, K. Rowan, J. Schneider, K. Riley, C. Parker, A. Flanagan, J. Piekos, T. Prouty, K. Kaman, S. McGarvey, G. St. Martin. SIXTH ROW: P. Malyszko, J. Lovel, P. Morgan, L. Courville, M. Midyette, C. Dromgoole, L. Dansereau, R. Riley, D. O ' Konis, J. Dickinson, M. Cote, C. Berube, A. Upjohn, C. Baily, M. Guilmette, L. Packard. SEVENTH ROW: R. Guilmette, M. Jasminski, M. Whalen, T. Kelly, L. Fiore, T. Grenier, D. Mack, G. Berube, M. Hickey, M. Moore, J. St. Germain, T. Arcouette. Fermi ' 76 STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Reveruzzi, Mike Haertel, Gayle Gott, Lori Binnenkade, Michelle Mager, Marci Secondo, Janice Semensky, Janet Diorio, Karen D ' Amato, Doreen Blake, Mr. Ouellette. SITTING: Brian Donelan, Patty Golec, Kathy Kelly(Director), Rita Mackay, Jim Magee. Future Nurses Club FRONT ROW L TO R — Marie Rose, Teri Soryden, Denise Langdon (treasurer), Charlene Good, Cathy Thomas. SECOND ROW Judy Allevo, Julie Koperniak, Peggy Sheak, Norma Young, Donna Hanscomb (president), Karen D ' Amato (secretary), Pauline Quinn, Cathy Lord, Marie Cote, Mrs. Wilcox (Advisor). 168 Lamplighters (FIRST ROW — LEFT TO RIGHT): Brian Donelan, Diane Farley, Andy Liro, Marisa Cousineau, Peggy Maher, Betsy Hall, Bette Derose, Andrea Andrews, Kim Ostrander, Karen Arnieri, Chris Misiewicz; (SECOND ROW) Diane Chris- tie, Lisa Catania, Debbie Duren, Lori Bertrand, Tina Nelson, Lora Nohmy, Regina Mon, Tom Cremona, Elaine Craddy; (THIRD ROW) Mike Dubois, Rich Steinert, Rhonda Goodrow, Cathy Richardson, Cathy Kurley, Connie Johnson, Beth Jones, Ruth Sweet, Cathy Thomas, Jim Magee; (FOURTH ROW) John Quesnel, Chris Faille, Eileen O ' Hara, David Royce; (FIFTH ROW) Moe Droney, Mark Beauregard, Brian Phillips, Gary Chase. Food Services (FIRST ROW — LEFT TO RIGHT): Carl Swishar, Pete Beigel, Pat Piorkowski, LynnTanguay, Rich Landry, Paul Geng, Mike LeBorious, Lisa Landry, Bill Rajpold; (SECOND ROW) Regina Lutz, Lisa Etkin, Lynne Jo Etkin, Darren Parenteau, Asa Button, Jeff Bourque, John Shepard, John Pe ' nella; (THIRD ROW) Sandra Skaparas, Vanessa Jones, Donna Kedzior, Pat Pascoe, Kathie Prayzner, Lynda Trapanese, Tony Arre, Tony Lombardi; (FOURTH ROW) Tom Williams, Mrs. Nichols, (Advisor), Bruce Strom, Donald Gonzales, Craig Hoctor, Bill Moriarty. Chess Club Planetarium Aides LEFT TO RIGHT— Cathy Aldrich, Bill Rajpold, Chris Faille, Ralph Beaudoin. LEFT TO RIGHT— Paul Lane, Dianne Elliott, Bill Arm strong. Sue Herzig, Mr. Yankee (Advisor). (FIRST ROW — LEFT TO RIGHT) Cathy Lord, Terri Marocchini, Gary Burt, Michelle Pontious, Sue Ve- zina, Linda Santandrea, Sharon Dunn, Debbie Warzyski, Betty Smyth; (SECOWD ROW) Karen Hollowell, Betty Schadlich, Mary Henry, Daryl Sandelin, Carla Fleck, Mary Scannell, Michelle Midyette, Mr. Kou- ba(Advisor). ,7 , LEFT TO RIGHT — Mr, Reveruzzi (Advisor), Mark Bertrand, Tom Telmosse, Penny Baker, Jim Basile, Nancy McGrath, Brad D?wson, Eric Rivers Esq,, Mike Haertel, Jim Magee. Human Involvement Program I I f k I I I I I I (FIRST ROW— LEFT TO RIGHT) Vince Breslin, Jim Duffy, Stu Sibley, Rich Steinert; (SECOND ROW) Patty Golec, Donna Hanscomb, Cathy Lord, Ann Fournier, Peggy Maher, Penny McGrath; (THIRD ROW) Karen D ' Amato, Barbara Flanagan, Pauline Quinn, Robin Reese, Cindy Cross, Diana Ireland, Elaine Craddy, Mr. Wood (Advisor). I Aae HicKttvdl HkhTarlWk (Vf Crokfky LdUliW Toot! 174 What is Claire hiding?? Are you a chaperone? HVt jgH y IStP® H ■■jk PATRONS Good Luck to the Class of ’76 from KAY JEWELERS HAYDEN WAYSIDE Enfield Square 245 Enfield Street is pleased to offer a 10% discount Enfield, Conn. on any piece of merchandise with a Student ID 178 Complete Line of Sporting Equipment PULERI SPORTING GOODS Enfield Mall 25 Hazard Avenue Enfield 745-8611 Compliments of SCITICO MARKET 541 Hazard Avenue Good Luck to the Class of 1976 from PROVENCHER’S CARPETS 46 Pearl Street UHr. formal of EnftEli RENTALS and ACCESSORIES 530 ENFIELD STREET, ENFIELD, CONN. 06082 MICHAEL A. MISCIA 745-1359 ENFIELD. CONNECTICUT 06082 PHONE 1203 ) 747-7574 Compliments of COLLI-WAGNER REALTY 149 Hazard Avenue 749-0745 Compliments of ZAYRE CORPORATION Sales and Rental of Hospital Equipment ALAN DRUG CO. 581 Enfield St. 179 Good Luck to the Best Class Fermi has ever seen NOWAK’S PHARMACY Good Luck from the MOUNTAIN LAUREL RESTAURANT 70 Church Street Banquets up to 300 We “bullied” our way to victory The 1975 Girls Field Hockey Team P.S. Good Luck to all you future Field Hockey Players Good Luck Seniors from COUNTRY DRUG 95 Elm Street GATTO’S MUSIC AND APPLIANCE CENTER Good Luck Seniors! ENFIELD WALLPAPER AND PAINT 546 Enfield Street 401 Enfield Street ENFIELD PHARMACY MAREK JEWLERS 233 Hazard Avenue Gifts of Distinction State Line Plaza, Enfield Good Luck to the Class of 1976 Compliments of THE CHARLES A. LUCE CO. PIZZA PALACE General Electric Appliances and Television 314 Hazard Avenue 524 Enfield Street 745-0715 Compliments of BUCZKOWSKI INSURANCE Compliments of RIVERVIEW DAIRY AND CHUCK WAGON 404 Hazard Avenue 167 Elm Street The 1976 Yearbook Staff wishes to acknowledge Mr. Jack Brown patient and knowledgeable publishing representative Larry Grenier industrious and faithful photographer and Mrs. Norby sincere and kind advisor. 180 Mrs. Lillian Jamrogowicz Mr. Mrs. Edward Polek Compliments of a Friend Mr. Mrs. Robert Lord, Jr. Mr. Mrs. Giovanni M. Derose Jane Ostrander Mr. Mrs. Adrian Bouchard Mr. Mrs. George Skinner Mr. Mrs. Harold Ostrander Valdimero Orefice Mr. Mrs. Carl Norby Diane Derose Mr. Mrs. Carroll E. White Mr. Mrs. Clinton Faille Daniel Michael Mr. Mrs. Raymond W. Peltier Mrs. Mary Landry Mr. Mrs. Thomas E. Hollowed Mr. Mrs. Charles J. Cremona Compliments of a Friend Michael Whalen Carol DeMero Compliments of a Friend Mr. Mrs. Francis Coer Fermi Girls Softball Team To My Pooh! Mr. Mrs. Francis Whalen Mr. Mrs. George Poirer Myron Connie Boyajian Mr. Mrs. Edward J. Provencher Deborah Duren Peaches and Cream 4 Ever! Mr. Mrs. Frank Lucey Compliments of Donut Delite To My Sweetheart Jerry Compliments of a Friend The Seniors of Homeroom 116 are glad, but sad, to go. If you think you’ll lose, you’ve lost For out in the world we find Success begins with a person’s will It’s all in the state of mind. 181 iMtUllitilLiJiilUilij. i K Nestled among a year of Olympics, Presiden- tial elections and the Bi- centennial celebration Is this Senior Class of En- rico Fermi High. Each of us came to Fermi with different expectations and different abilities, searching to find some avenue where we would " fit in " and be comfort- able. New fads were tested, diverse activi- ties were undertaken and we became knowledge- able of our skills and limitations. Now we have arrived at a critical point in our lives as we are confront- ed with a difficult life- style ahead of us, our future. The doors of Fermi High swing open to us at graduation; and as we venture forth, the achievements and ex- periences of our high school days will fortify us to even greater successes. In your climb to fu- ture accomplishments we wish you HAPPINESS as you test your unique- ness by branching out. 1 . " We must not make the past the only light for the ensuing years. A new leaf must be turned and npw idpa ; rpad


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