Fermi High School - Traces Yearbook (Enfield, CT)

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Traces 1983 Enrico Fermi High School 124 North Maple Street Enfield, Connecticut 06082 IJirf raffBpI DEDICATION A Winner Makes Commitments A Loser Makes Promises The class of 1983 is pleased to announce the dedication of the Traces yearbook to Miss Rosemary Sullivan. Our class is grateful and honored to have her as a member of our high school community. Miss Sullivan has been a physical education teacher and coach at Fermi since 1974. As a coach, she asks her teams only to give their best. She is as dedicated to her teams as they are to her. Along with game strategy, Miss Sullivan also instructs her teams in self- discipline, desire, and pride. She is thoughtful enough at each season ' s end to give special, individual trophies and awards to the athletes who try a little harder, and comic awards to those who ap- peal to her sense of humor. The success of her teams can be at- tributed to her personal philosophy: " The degree of success is deter- mined by the members of the team. " By her own definition, Miss Sullivan is a success at Fermi. Besides coaching. Miss Sullivan has volunteered her services to other school functions. She has advised the Student-Faculty Senate, has sold tickets to the football games, and has aided in the organiza- tion of the graduation ceremony. She is always ready to lend a hand when needed; her benevolent dedication can be seen in her eagerness to devote extra time to talk, to help, to coach. Miss Sullivan ' s enthusiasm, effort, desire, and dedication are an in- spiration to the class of 1983, and she exemplifies for us the way life should be lived. She has prepared us for the future by demonstrating the need for us to unselfishly donate our time and our talents to out- side interests and by emphasizing the value of one who is able to make and keep commitments. As a Physical Education teacher, she has stressed the importance of active bodies as well as alert and dynamic minds. We, the class of 1983, wish to thank Miss Sullivan for all she has done for us. TD Ar rc 1983 VOLUME 11 A YEARLY PUBLICATION Picture Us . . . with mixed emotions, form- ing a completely new, and much larger unit: Enrico Fermi High School, 1983. Picture 395 freshmen and 415 sophomores coming from Kosciuszko and Kennedy Junior High Schools to create a four year curriculum. Picture 1,744 apprehensive students sharing the confusion of open- ing day. Picture 133 optimistic teachers and administrators anticipating a successful transi- tion for this school year. Pic- ture 28 of those teachers relocated and just as uncertain as those incoming students. Fermi sustains 25% increase in 1982. Picture the appearance of less space at Fermi due to crowded halls, mobbed stairways and elongated, time-consuming lunch lines. The Traces 1983 Yearbook Staff has tried to capture a panoramic view of Fermi’s growth this year. Throughout the book, you will see how we portrayed the year’s constant changes, developments, and improvements: requirements for everyone involved, to achieve a satisfactory adjust- ment at Fermi. The Traces 1983 Staff invites the reader to turn the page and see how we pictured you. INDEX MOVING IN 166 SENIOR STATISTICS 66 SUPERLATIVES 184 FAVORITES 190 MILESTONES 196 ECONOMY 200 10 Growing. Fermi is . . . Fermi 1$ . . . a picture of augmentation in 1983 We have grown, not only by the population explosion of both faculty and students, but also through a deluge of new books and supplies. Each department at Fermi has expanded its curriculum and has added new textbooks to increase the variety of offerings available to all grade levels. In- coming teachers have initiated the new ninth grade curriculum. and are doing their share of educating the upperclassmen as well. This year at Fermi there were more teachers than classrooms from which to teach. Due to this situation, many teachers had to adjust to " floating” from classroom to classroom, with no homebase from which to work. Teaching within this framework presented new challenges. Organization became a key word; frustration and fatigue became key problems. Still other teachers had to " give up " their classrooms during their preparation periods to make way for the " floaters. " This took away their time to collect their thoughts, to organize their classrooms, and to generally prepare for the busy day ahead. Some Department Heads had to also adapt to their new environments: their offices were relocated so classroom space would be available. Despite the many ad- justments inherent to those situations, the faculty readied themselves to accept the challenges and to make the best of their new surroundings. The result was a unified group with a common goal Together, the faculty learned to be flexible and understanding toward one another and toward their teaching jobs. Students were also affected by changes in Fermi’s environment. When Fermi opened its doors for the first day of the 1982-1983 school year, returning students were dismayed to find that their favorite hangouts, the alcoves, no longer existed! These students accepted the newly-constructed storage rooms that took their places. The upper classmen found themselves mixed with the newcomers in many classes, and all students learned to interact with one another constructively in an academic environment. The crowded halls that posed a problem for all at the beginning of the year soon became more roomy as both new teachers and new students learned their ways around the school. These changes surprisingly resulted in a smooth transition from a three year high school to a four year establishment. The positive variations mentioned are merely a few examples of the alterations at Fermi High. But, because modifications were made, we learned a great deal about ourselves and about our school as a whole. We did add on physically, both in supplies and population, but we also built closer relationships between all of the inhabitants at Fermi. We grew as a unit, and we worked together at developing a high sense of school pride. And, in the end, overtones of confidence, en- couragement, and reassurance concerning our futures were pro- jected. The transitions that began with an air of uncertainty are now transformed into a success. The four classes of Enrico Fermi High School in 1983 worked hard in their first year together, and that work paid off when they achieved their ultimate goal: they became a team. K05CtUSKO MOVERS I O 12 adding on! 810 MEW S TUDEI nS coniNG SOON 5TUDENT5 SENIORS . . . Moving on. Picture us . . . throughout our three years at Fermi High, developing a close relationship with one another and with our school. This closeness has brought about school spirit, and our willingness to become involved in our many Senior Class activities. As we look back over our Sophomore and Juniors years, memories of these activities come to mind: the Homecoming class floats, the dances and proms, and the athletic events. In our Senior year we welcomed the first freshman class to Fermi, along with the incoming sophomores. We also extended our sup- port to the Junior Class. We will remember this year as a time of great anticipation and excitement. The magazine drive, the float for Homecoming, the Senior Variety Show, Class Night, and the Prom are just a few successful highlights, to be cherished forever, along with our own personal memories. We will always remember our foreign exchange students. Our guests from around the globe have enriched our lives with their cultures and we hope that we have enriched their lives as well. We appreciate and wish to acknowledge the effort put forth by the faculty, the guidance counselors, and the administrators of Fermi, without whose assistance our goals could not have been reached. Together we strived to become prepared to enter the adult world, which we must, upon graduation. During the three years at Fermi, we have kept our individuality, and yet, we have grown close as a unit. We look forward to graduation with different wishes and desires, but no matter which path we may choose to follow, we will always be a part of the Enrico Fermi High School graduating class of 1983. Scott Kaupin President, Class of 1983 CLASS OFFICERS Flr»t Row: Ann Breslin, Director of Activities: Katie McKeown. Treasurer. Scott Kaupin. President Second Row; Joseph Chappell, Historian, Lynne Kaupin. Vice-President; Kris Panaccione. Secretary SENIOR CLASS ADVISORS Mrs. Catherine Warren and Mrs. Susan Cirillo 1. Gaetan Letourneau and Missy McCord practice for Championship Wrestling during study hall. 2. “Me? " questions Cindy Beeler. “Up to no good?! " 3. John LeDoux and John Sweeney ' s spirit towers above all! 4. Yvonne Quarterman snickers over a well-told joke. 1 . A perplexed Terry Metta is determined to finish her homework. 2. Tracy Gardner and Karen Avery enjoy a senior study. 3. Lunchtime is also funtime for John Pilkington. 4. Brian Donnelly jokingly says, " That’s the fifth time this week Deneen Toman has turned me down.” 17 1. Hey! What ' s up Al Aldo? 2. If you twist Scott Kaupin ' s arm enough . . . 3. Is Joe Chappell up to another one of his devious pranks? 4. " Promise you ' ll catch me!” demands Mary Wachowiak peering down at the third cute boy on the left. 18 1 . Anne Zarcaro and Rosa Rosato ponder Miss Civale ' s Italian recipe. 2. Anne Sharron observes a chemistry lab with great interest. 3. Mary Wachowiak and Dave Bromage “size up " to the Fermi mural. 4. Gary Williams shows his pass to the doubting hall monitor, Mrs. Massey. 5. Eric Raffia and John Moody laugh at each other’s crazy ideas. 1. Tom Cooney sits back and daydreams in his Biology class. 2. Shelly Heldreth asks, “What do you mean there’s something fuzzy and yellow on my shoulder?” 3. During a silent moment, members of the class of 1983 ponder their futures. 4. Dan Leduc diligently works on his test. 5. The senior hangout is thickly populated during passing time. 1. Scott Kaupin, Sam Parkman, Lynne Kaupin, and John LeDoux demonstrate friendship senior style. 2. Mr. Flebotte’s Human Behavior class is overwhelmed by his rationalization of life. 3. Busy working on her needlepoint in art class is Gina Guilmette. 4. Mike Cotnoir and Craig Collins are amused by the results of their science experiment. 21 1 . " Why doesn ' t my homework look like yours?” asks Chris Demeo. 2. Mike Agro and Chip Dyer advertise the cafeteria ' s latest concoction. 3. " Boy is he tall and cute! " exclaims Kris Michalsen. 4. Pat Hart wears his " spirit cap” with pride. 22 1 . Jeff Levine waits for his cue in band. 2. Jennifer Carnes contemplates her next move. 3. Gino Cassista ponders his future seriously. 4. Kris Kelliher explains her theory in Advanced Biology class. Alexander Abrams Albert Aldo Gretchen Anderson Ronald Alaimo Dennis Arseneault James Albert Karen Avery John Baker Russell Balboni William Ball Timothy Banahan Natalie Basal 24 Leonard Beiler Bonnie Bixby Lisa Bouchard Cynthia Beeler Toni Bellantuono Todd Blewett Vincent Bergamini Frances Bologna Dennis Boyle Lisa Brady Geri Bonfiglio Mark Brayson 25 Ann Breslin Kelly Broderick David Bromage Lisa Brooks Philip Brown Julie Bryar Jeffrey Burke Michael Bulgajewski Tammy Bushey Rodney Bungard Tamara Butcher Susan Bugai 26 Maryellen Butterworth Laurie Canevari Mattia Calcasola John Carew John Callahan Lisa Carlson Rhonda Carr Steve Carson Sharon Castoldi Darlene Celino Laura Chamberlain Kevin Campbell Jennifer Carnes 27 Beth Chapman bteven Uhickosky Joseph Chappell Michelle Choquette Cynthia Chartier Pamela Ciccone David Ciolkos Michael Ciriello Philip Cisco Kathryn Clark Kelly Clark Deborah Clawson 28 Lisa Clough James Cloutier Annette Corneroli Craig Collins Marcy Coolen James Copeland Thomas Cooney Eilene Corcoran Gregory Corning Lisa Cote Michael Cotnoir Michael Cotton 29 Christine Criscitelli Tanya Curry Christopher Demeo Marie Daigle Karen Debonis Lysa Cournoyer Albert Criscitelli David Crawford Teresa Croyle Kevin Daigle William Demers 30 Constance DeVenero Robert Donlon Richard Dibella Wendy Dove Gena Desrosiers Lynette DeMoro Moira Dowd Laurie Desplaines Frank DirrigI Christopher Deni Brian Donnelly Sherry Dudley ♦ w 31 Lynn Ford Michael Dufault Pamela Ellis Maria Famiglietti Karen English David Fede David Dukes Robert Dumas Frank Dyer Paul Dumont Christine Evans Susan Ferreira Michael Fournier 32 Cheryl French Corrine Fuller Lisa Gagnon James Gallo Daniel Gainey Tracey Gardner Brian Gallagher Christopher Garrow Courtney Gaylor Lynette Gebhart Karen Genco Scott Girard 33 Richard Goulet Marie Grimaldi James Goodwin Allan Gowdy Francis Golden Dana Gordon Pamela Gray Lee Gondarowski Robert Gould Troy Griffin Gina Guilmette Diane Gutkowski Dorothy Hallas 34 Donna Hasson William Herbert I l j Karolyn Hoke Kevin Harris Curt Holmes Robert Herbert Shelly Heldreth Victor Higginbotham Robert Herbert Michael Hartley Jennifer Harrison Patrick Hart 35 Edward Holtz Doris Hooper Julie Hunt Michele Jacques Mark Holtz William Humphrey William Huot Patricia Javorski Gregory Holmes Denise Hooper Kevin Holmes Diana Hooper James Hunt 36 Timothy Jensen Laura Jouzaitis Sunniva Kelley James Jubrey Lynne Kaupin Deborah Kalk Scott Kaupin Jeffrey Kaupin John Kelley Kristine Kelliher Patrick Kennedy Paula Kent Scott Kertanis 37 Andrea Kondochriste Laurie Krzynowek Michael Killeen Donald Kindred Erik Kindseth John Korona Michael Koblosh Lori Kosiorek Lisa Kogut Lori Krasinski Kevin LaCroix Mark LaBranche Alfred LaFountain 38 Lynda Lamothe Laura Landry David Langdon Joseph Lasata Brenda Lee James Lanouette April Lavigne I Daniel Leduc Martin Legault Jeffrey Leiper Christopher Lemay Janet Lanigan John LeDoux 39 Patricia Lincoln Louise Lopez Eric Lescault Barbara Macon Bruce Lundie Paul Lombardo Dina MacMillan Julie Mager David Lemini Jeffrey Levine Tammy Levins Gaeton Letourneau 40 Christopher Major Thomas Marocchini Scott Maynard Lisa Mailhot Jacqueline Manizza Patricia Martel Lisa McCabe John McCarthy William Marino Beth Martin Stacey Masse Melissa McCord 41 Kathleen McKeown Craig Menaker Lori McGrath Lisa McLaughlin Timothy McGlew Kasie McGuire Samuel McNulty Teresa McIntosh Jerry Melon! Scott Messier Joseph Metta Theresa Metta 42 Cathleen Monty Sherry Morris Christine Munnett Kristin Michalsen John Moody James Morton Marie Mondello Jodi Moran Dawn Mucci Dawn Musso Roger Monfette William Morgan 43 Patricia Nabors Donna Nelson Jerry Nai John Netkovick Jacqueline Nason Sandra Newman Robert Neal Douglas Nicholas Magnus Nilsson Donna Niner Kenneth Noble Kathy Nolan Craig Normandin 44 Shawn Normandin Lorene Nuccio Lisa Pallotta Todd O’Brien John O’Toole Terriann O’Hara Daniel Ottman Judy Olden Kristine Panaccione Beth Panella Samantha Parkman Elizabeth Pasini 45 Deborah Peroni Jonathan Piepul Heidi Patrick Kimberly Peterson Janet Patterson Lisa Picard Erik Percoski Carl Pieper 46 Mary Presto Elizabeth Prevost Timothy Provencher Nancy Przeracki Linda Pucko Sheila Rabb Yvonne Quarterman Eric Raffia Eric Rauschenbach Lisa Raymond Terry Regan 47 Lorraine Richard Elaine Robbins Carlene Rielly John Rook Kimberly Rosner Felicia Rookey Anthony Rossetto Debbie Rubacha Michelle Riley Rosanna Rosato William Rowe Michael Rumore 48 Timothy Rushford Jacqueline Sagan Roy Seidell John Russotto Mark Sagan Daniel Savage Christine Samson Jacqueline Saverse Carl Sgamboti Anne Sharron Dawn Schmelling Tina Sinacore 49 Antonio Spicer Jeffrey Smith Laura Snyder Mary Anne Sroka Christopher Smith David Sombric Daniel Staples Matthias Smith Fay Smith William Smith Susan Spanswick Lisa Starkweather 50 Edward Tenero Daniel Teseny Katherine Stauble Kim Steadman Joanne Stisitis Eva Stone Paula Stone Elizabeth Strapp John Sweeney Catherine Swiatek Robert Sylvester Gloria Tamayo Deborah Taylor 51 Gregory Tessier Dino Tittarelli Deborah Therrien Elizabeth Tollo Vincent Travali Ann Thibodeau Deneen Toman Timothy Vaillancourt Christopher Varnet Stephen Thorpe Michael Valente Jane Vasseur 52 Marcy Webb William Villani Roxanne Vujs William Walko William Watson Robert Vining Michele Vezina Kimberly Vose Karen Wadsworth Liem Vu Tracy Wagner 53 William Whitman James Wheat Gary Williams John Wheeler Piperleigh Williams Cynthia Wilson Leonard Wisnesky Glen Woodard Philip Whiteway Richard Williams Lisa Woods 54 Jonathan Ziemnicki Jay Zamal Joel Ziemnicki Lori Young Anne Zarcaro William Zipp Billiejo Zeph 55 1 . Jerry Nai, Ed Tenero, Tim Provencher, Mark Sanchez and . . . Mr. Gentile? 2. Dawn Schmelling laughs as she watches Carl Sgamboti ' s Pac-Man devour his thumb. 3. Dina MacMillan stops to think about how to keep Chris Deni from being the top seller of the magazine drive. 4. Katy Clark gets the beat at the Freshman and Sophomore Initiation Dance. 1 . Scott Kaupin addresses the senior class. 2. The seniors are “a class above! " 3. Courtney Gaylor is not camera shy. 5. Lori Young and Kelly Clark are eager to help out on the Senior magazine drive. 57 1. " Good. " questions Juan Tosoni, “you’ve got to be kidding” 2. Jane Vasseur practices her unique Halloween face. 3. Sheila Rabb tells Tony Spicer to " chin up.” 4. Liz Pasini courageously sticks to her diet despite the temptation of the school ' s lunch. 58 1 . " Take it quick, I want to eat! " demands Jim Jubrey. 2. Always " riling " up the fans at football games is Lisa Riley. 3. Attacking her Sugar Daddy with vigor, Jennifer Carnes determines how many bites it takes to finish. 4. Kris Panaccione is oblivious to the creature on her cap. 1 . Marcy Webb plays charades with ‘‘Sounds like . . 2. Phil Whiteway replies, “Oh dopey me! " 3. Cathi Swiatek is mesmerized by the amount of Yearbook typing she must do. 4. Mike Fournier likes to play the role of teacher better than the role of student by setting up the film projector. 5. Katy Stauble flashes her “close-up” smile. 1. Willie Demers gives his Pac-Man a knuckle sandwich. 2. Ed Tenero takes a short break from his studies. 3. Scott Messier . . . chemical genius? 4. Dennis Arseneault " counts sheep” in Economics class. 61 1 . Scott Kertanis is joking around instead of doing his accounting. 2. Lisa Bouchard smiles coyly. 3. Taking a break from his work, John Netkovick flashes his dimples. 4. Curt Holmes works diligently at his accounting. 62 1 . Laurie Snyder, alias the Pied Piper, practices piping on her piccolo practically every period. 2. John Callahan watches the game as Bill Marino watches the camera. 3. " Don ' t tell me I need a shave,” says Tim Jensen. 4. A serious-minded Liem Vu sits lost in thought. 1 . A shy Roxanne Vujs suppresses a smile. 2. ‘That ' s all, folks,” explains Brian Cooper. 3. An inquiring Michele Vezina asks, “What are you talking about? " 4. Tim Banahan is an " angel” in class. 5. Awaiting the bell, Mike Rumore takes a break in Advanced Chemistry class. CAMERA SHY Daniel Anderson Yvonne Deschenes Mark Beckford Michael Glidden Michael Bellico Michael Golenski Todd Bennett Todd Griffin Kim Brillant Sylvia Guillemette Susan Butler Joan Hayduski Arlene Cappa Dean Jones Gino Cassista David Kurle Patrick Cheney Gilbert Lareau Paul Degregorio Foster Leavitt Jacqueline Paquin Erin Ryan Ryan Selvig James Sherwin John Suizdak Susan Tessicini Ralph Tobey John Tomkiewicz James Toomey Lori Underwood James Vaughan Alexander John Abrams •Big Al” ‘ ' Al ' ■What? " Soccer 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 2. Michael J. Agro ■Ags” " McAgs " " If everybody ran, the world wouldn ' t have half Its problems. " Ski Club 1,2.3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3; Cross Country 3, 4; Fun Run 3, 4; Student Faculty Senate 4; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4. James Daniel Albert " Jim " " Tell me about it. " " Are you serious? " Honor Roll 1. 2, 3; National Honor Society 3, Albert Francis Aldo " Bert " " AF ' " No doubt. " Ski Club 1. 2, 3. 4; Track 3, 4: Magazine Drive 4 Dennis John Arseneault " Den " " Arsenic” " D " " Anybody want to play quarters?” " Wicked Excellent " Track 2. 3. 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Magazine Drive 4; Arts Festival 3, 4; Homecoming Float Committee 4; Variety Show 4. Karen Avery " Kare " " Where ' s Michelle? " " Hey what for Mich?” Volleyball 2, 3; Honor Roll 1, 2; Student Faculty Senate 4; Variety Show 4; Homecoming Float Committee 4. John Charles Baker " Clap for me.” Lamplighters 3, 4; Newspaper 2. 3; Cross Country Ski Club 3, 4; Literary Magazine 4; Arts Festival 3. 4. Russell Balboni " Rusty Jones " " The Balboni Kid " Track 2, 3, 4; The Fermi Falcon 4; Arts Festival 4; Variety Show 4 William Ball " Test” " Bill” " What ' s up? " " Awesome! " Ski Club 1,2,4; Swimming 2, 3. 4 (Captain); AIICCIL2, 3.4. Timothy Banahan " T " " " Tim” " So ah, what ' s the deal?” " That makes sense . . .” Football 1. 2, 3. 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1 ; Student Faculty Senate 2,3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Citizenship Award 1 ; Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3. 4; Homecoming Float Committee 3. 4; National Honor Society 3. 4. Natalie Jane Basal " Nat” " D D " What ' s up cutie? " " I ' m going to W N E C. tonight!” F B L A. 3; Ski Club 1, 2; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4 Sheila Baudin " She " " Sheild” " Wanna Leave? " " Say what? " Magazine Drive 4 Cynthia Jo Beeler " Cindy Loo Who " " C.B. " " Heyyyy! " " We ' re outta here. " Honor Roll 1. 2, 3; National Honor Society 3. 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4 Leonard Joseph Beiler " Scavenger " " I don ' t know " " Whatever " Toni Marie Bellantuono " Toni” " B " " I can ' t, I have class tonight! " Field Hockey 1; Colorguard 2, 3; Nurse ' s Aide 3, 4; Office Aide 1 , 4; Magazine Drive 4. Vin Bergamlnl " Bergs " " Go for it” " Tonota 1” Student Faculty Senate 4; Basketball 1; Football 1,2. Todd Douglas Blewett " Toad " Cross Country Ski Club 3, 4; Student Faculty Senate 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. Frances M. Bologna " Fran” " Frannie " " Well, kinda-sorta-yeah. " Yearbook 1; Nurse ' s Aide 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. Geri G. Bonfiglio " Figo” " Figgy” " I wanna go dancing!” " No, I ' m not Teri. " Girls ' Swim Team 2, 3. 4 (Co-Captain); Boys ' Swim Team Manager 2, 3; Student Faculty Senate 4; F.B.L.A. 3, 4; Peer Counselor 2, 3, 4, (Student Representative); Girls ' Tennis 2; Lamplighters 4; Office Aide 1,3,4; Yearbook 1 . Lisa Bouchard " Lis " " We have plenty of time, Mare! " " What ' s up cutie? " Basketball Manager 2; Cheerleading 3, 4; Student Faculty Senate 4; Magazine Drive 4; Honor Roll 4; Variety Show 4. Lisa Marie Brady " Lis " " What ' s up?” " Ursh! " Ann Breslin " Annie B.” " Brez” " Has anyone seen Bugai?” " What a rush! " Field Hockey 2, 3, 4, (Captain); Wrestling Manager 2. 3; T rack 1 , 2, 3, 4 (Captain); Homecoming Float Committee 2, 3. 4; Homecoming Dance Committee 4; Sophomore Initiation Committee 3; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4 (Secretary); Director of Activities 3. 4; Magazine Drive 4; Student Faculty Senate 4; Variety Show 4; Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3, 4; Senior Prom Committee 3; Yearbook 3. Kelly Broderick " Turtle” " Hank " Basketball 1; Skiing 2; Lamplighters 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Swim Team 2. 3, 4; Cross Country Skiing 3. 4; Tennis 2, 3; Student Faculty Senate 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Hiking 1 , 2; Newspaper 3, 4. Lisa Brooks " Porky " " Oh, Well” " That ' s Life ' Basketball 1 ; Softball 1 ; Peer Counseling 2. Julie Anne Bryar " Jules” " Julie " " I can ' t wait ' til January.” " It ' s already Tuesday! " Magazine Drive 4; Guidance Aide 3, 4 Susan Lynn Bugai " Boogie " " Sue Boo " " Cool It, will ya?” " Have you seen Breslin? " Field Hockey 1. 2. 3. 4; Basketball 1; Softball 1, 2, 3. 4, Honor Roll 1, 2. 3. 4; National Honor Society 3. 4; Student Faculty Senate 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4; Rensselaier Award 3; Geometry Award 1 . Richard Stephen Burnham " Arnold” " Captain " " Where ' s Steve and Pat?” " Where ' s the walrus? " Swimming 1; Football 2 (Manager); Newspaper 2, 3, 4. Tammy Bushey " Bob ' s? " " What you doing, man? " " Hey man! " Honor Roll 2. Tamara Linda Butcher “Tammy " " You ' re right” " That’s too bad. " Yearbook 1; Bowling 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; Student Faculty Senate 4. Maryellen Butterworth " Mrs. Butterworth " " What’s the scoop? " " We ' re late again, Lisa. " Basketball Manager 2; Honor Roll 1, 2; Peer Counseling 4; Student Faculty Senate 4. Mattia Calcasola " Matti " " Mat” " Oh God, gimmie a break!” Vice President 2; Soccer Manager 2; Homecoming Float Committee 2, 4; Baseball Manager 3; Cheerleading 2, 3 (Co-Captain), 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3 (President); Ski Club 2, 3; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. Kevin Michael Campbell " Soup” " Bear” " Sheila” “Go for it! " Track 1, 2. Laurie Ann Canevari International Club 1 ; Peer Counseling 3; Chorus 1; Human Involvement 2, 3. Lisa Carlson " Laverne " " Charleston " " What ' s the matter for you?” " Awesome! " Jennifer Paige Carnes " Nif " " Sam and Naf " " Great times with S.M.K.! " " Thanks Sam . . . for everything!” Track 1; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country Ski Club 3, 4; Band 1 , 2; Student Government 1 , 2, 3, 4 (Secretary), Lamplighters 2, 3; Variety Show 2, 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4; Yearbook 1, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball Manager 2; Homecoming Committee 2, 3, 4. Rhonda Marie Carr " Ron " " Ronnie " " Get a grip " " Please, put it under control! " Field Hockey 1; Nurse’s Aide 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4; Office Aide 1. Steve Carson " Turtle” " Mickey” " I don’t know " " Oh well " Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Football Manager 2, 3; Cafe Rendezvous 4. Sharon Elizabeth Castoldi " Shar” " Sharona " " I’m still hungry " " Hey, sportsfan!” I Yearbook 1; Honor Roll 1; Soccer Scorekeeper 1; Float Committee 2, 3, 4; Student Faculty Senate 3, 4; Variety Show 4; 1 Main Office Aide 3, 4. I Darlene Lorraine Celino " Darween” " Dar ” " Equestrianism rules!” " Too-dah-loo! " Cross Country Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Hiking Club 2, 3; Tennis 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Fun Run 3, 4. Laura Jean Chamberlain Softball 1 ; Ski Club 1 , 2; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4 Beth Ann Chapman " Pood " " Bethany " ■’Massive” National Honor Society 3, 4, Literary Magazine 4; Student Faculty Senate 4, Honor Roll 2, 3, 4, Peer Counseling 2; Band 1; Choir 1 Joseph Mark Chappell " Chap” " Ribbit " " I ' m not Chip I’m Chap. " Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Racquetball Club 3; Weightlifting 3; Soccer 1; Baseball 1; Historian 2, 3, 4; Student Faculty Senate 2, 3, 4; Senior Prom Host 3; Float Committee 2, 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. Cynthia Lynn Chartier " Cin” " Hey Boy " Carolyn Cherpak " Carre” " Smiley " “Go for it " Library Aide 1 ; Field Hockey Manager 1 ; Peer Counseling 2, 3. Steve Chickosky " Chico " " Chick " " Can’t wait ' til Mulkern gets back!” " What’s up? " Football 1,2,3, 4; Ski Club 4; D.E.C.A. 3, 4. Michelle Jeanne Choquette “Shorty " “Mich " “Chekc it out” “Wow " Band 1, 2; Tennis 2; Peer Counseling 3, 4; F.B.L.A, 3, 4. David Michael Ciolkos “Choky " Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Magazine Drive 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Michael Ciriello “Sir Elio” " Herb " " Let’s face it ! " Track 1, 4; Swimming 2; Tennis 2; Ski Club 1, 3, 4; Cross Country Ski Club 3, 4; Model U.N.; Student Faculty Senate 2, 3, 4; Youth for Understanding 3, 4; Homecoming Committee 2, 3; Model Congress 4; Close Up 4; Peer Counseling 2; International Club 4; Variety Show 4; Lamplighters 2; Band 1 , 2. Philip David Cisco " Phil " “Go for it” " KO” Computer Club 3. Lisa Marie Cote " Cote Face” Ski Club 3, 4; Peer Counseling 3, 4; Student Faculty Senate 4; Literary Magazine 4; Track 1, 2; Field Hockey 1, 2; National Honor Society 3, 4. Michael Thomas Cotnoir “Cot " “Eck " " Eggbert " " Nettles” Baseball 2, 3, 4; Bowling 1, 2; Float Committee 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4. Michael Cotton " Rocky” " BigGuy " Ski Clubl,2, 3, 4; Wrestling 3. Lysa Lucy Cournover " You guys, you’ll never guess what happened at work last night " " Today is the tomorrow that you worried about yesterday” Student Council 1 ; Blue House Aide 2,3; Honor Roll 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4; Peer Counseling 2, 3; Guidance Aide 1 . David Elliot Crawford " Crawf ” " Hey . . . You’re beautiful! " Cafe Rendezvous 3, 4; T rack 1 . Christine Criscitelll " Cris " " What’s up? " See ya later” D E C. A. 3, 4, Magazine Drive 4 Teresa Marie Croyle " T " " Ter ” " Hey " " What’s up?” Field Hockey 1; Honor Roll 3; Magazine Drive 4. Colleen Marie Cunningham " Really? I could have died! " “That kills me! " Magazine Drive 4. Tanya Monique Curry " Tanny " " Tawn” " Say what?” “Okay, anything you say. " Softball 1; Volleyball 2; D.E.C.A. 4. Kimberly Ann Currier “Kimmy” " go " " Aaron " “Get a grip” Magazine Drive 4; D.E.C.A. 1 . Kevin Paui Daigle " Kev " " Go for it! " " Almost don’t count.” Football 2, 3; Cafe Rendezvous 3, 4; Honor Roll 1. Marie Rosalie Daigle " Re " " Daigle-bomb " " Huh? I don’tget it! " " Pretty wicked, huh? " Yearbook 1; National Honor Society 3, 4; Student Faculty Senate 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. Karen Jean Debonis " Flash” " Debo " “That’s Life in the fast lane " Track 1; Majorettes 1, 3, 4; Lamplighters 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Graduation Hostess 3; Magazine Drive 4. Kelly Jean Clark " Kelly Jean” “Kel " " Ya know what I mean " " I love Joey " Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; D.E.C.A. Deborah Lynn Clawson " Deb” " Doddles " " Life in the big city” Softball 2. Marcy Anne Coolen " Marce " " Miss P " " Just forget it then!” " Michele, station change or I’ll ruin it! " Cheerleading 1 , 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1 , 2; Homecoming Committee 2, 3, 4; Graduation Usherette 3; Variety Show 4; Magazine Drive 4; Library Aide 1 ; Main Office Aide 3, 4; Gymnastics 1; Student Faculty Senate 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4. Brian A. Cooper " Byron” " B-Rock " " What ' s up chief? " " It ' s like a jungle sometimes” Lamplighters 4; Tennis 4. Eilene Kim Corcoran “Lee " " Elvira " " I need my coffee” " Bonjour” Girls’ Basketball Manager 2; Honor Roll 2, 3. Annene Marie Corneroli " Netty " Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Student Faculty Senate 4. William Michael Demers " Willy " " Did you see that ZX?” " That’s SW66t! ' Soccer 1 (MVP), 2, 3, 4 (Captain 3, 4) Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Student Faculty Senate 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4. Lynette Frances DeMoro " Lynn” " Nets " Tennis 2; Student Faculty Senate 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1 , 2, 3; Lamplighters 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Magazine Drive 4 Christopher Robert Deni " Bun " " Silly Wabbit” " I Don’t know! " " I think we need a bigger truck” 67 Football 1,2,3. 4. Basketball 1 . 2. 3. 4 (captain 1) Baseball 1. 2: Student Faculty Senate 2. 3; Honor Roll 1.4; Variety Show 4, Float Committee 2, 3. 4 Laurie Jean Oesplalnes L J " " Sunshine ' Magazine Drive 4 Gena Marie Desroslers " Jeanie” " What now? " Mam office Aide 1 ; Plant Club 1 Frank Joseph DIrrIgI, Jr. American Legion Boys ' State 3; Track 1, 2. 3. 4. Newspaper 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Student Faculty Senate 3.4; Biology Club 1 ; Hiking Club 1 . Brian James Donnelly " Duke " " B.D. " " What ' s up? " Football 1. 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 3. 4; Magazine Drive 4; Honor Roll 4; Variety Show 4. Wendy Renee Dove " Precious " " Wendell” " Oh my Stars " " Where ' s the party? " Float Committee 4; D.E.C.A. 4 (President) Ski Club 1 . 2. 3, 4; Variety Show 4. Sherry Beth Dudley " Sher” " Dud” " What ' s up dudes? " " . . . or what hey! " Yearbook 1; Honor Roll 1. 2, 3, 4; Student Faculty Senate 4; Magazine Drive 4; Lamplighters 2; Variety Show 4. David L. Dukes " Dukes” " Dukey " " I ' ll think about it. " Honor Roll 1. 2, 3, 4. Robert Martin Dumas " Dinky " " Quotes " " After this pack I ' ll quit smoking! " “I don ' t know. I don ' t care. I don ' t care what I don ' t know!” Frank Dyer " Chip” " It ' s not my fault.” “Anybody see Kev or Joe? " Baseball 1. 3; Homecoming Committee 3, 4; Student Faculty Senate 4; Honor Roll 3; Crosscountry 1. Pamela Gail Ellis " Pam " " The future blongs to us. " Vocational Tech 4; Honor Roll 3; House Aide 1 . Karen Lynn English " Muffin” " Ren " " What a rush! " " What?” Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,4; Volleyball 4; Ski Club 1,2,3, 4 ; Honor Roll 3; Magazine Drive 4. Maria Famiglietti " Spaghetti " " Did you get a haircut?” " I ' ll be in.” David Fede " AJ " " Hold the phone " Susan Lynn Ferreira " Sue” " Suzie Q " " Hi kids.” Magazine Drive 4. Lynn Marie Ford " Lynnie” " Toby " " What ' s up?” " Chill out! " Basketball 1; Softball 1, 2. Michael Joseph Fournier " Fog " " Fourn” " I hope the tones go off . " " For sure. Led Zeppelin rules the earth. " Cheryl Anne French " Cherry Berry” " Where ' s Carlene?” " Don ' t be ignorant.” Field Hockey 1; F.B.L.A. 3. Corrine Fuller " Heidi " " Creen " " Where ' s Roger and Don? " " I could die. " Lamplighters 2; Cafe Rendezvous 4. Lisa Gagnon " Lesse " " Gag me!” " No way. " " What are we doing this weekend? " T rack 1 ; Tennis 3, 4; Student Faculty Senate 3. 4; Activities Chairman 4; Dance Committee 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Basketball 4; Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 2, 3; Lamplighters 2; Band 1 . 2; Yearbook 1 . Daniel Frederick Gainey " Crash” “This is not what you want. " " Keep me posted. " Tennis 2, 3; Band 1 , 2, 3, 4; Jazz Ensemble 1 , 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 3; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Brian Patrick Gallagher " Gags " " Bri” " Feuuu!! " " Amazing " Track 1; Baseball 2; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1 , 2; Student Faculty Senate 2,3,4; Homeroom Representative 2, 3, 4; Float Committee 2, 4. Tracey Lynn Gardner " Trace " " Bobs " " What ' s up cutie?” " Why me?” F.B.L.A. 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4; Student Faculty Senate 4. Christopher David Garrow “Chris” " What ' s up? " Courtney Erin Gaylor " Corky " " Court " " Basically that ' s it. " " Choice.” Band 1, 2, 3. 4; Magazine Drive 4; Pep Band 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 4; Pit Band 4. Lynette Marie Gebhart “Squirt” “Really?!” Field Hockey 2; Arts Festival 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Variety Show 4; Magazine Drive 4. Scott Girard " Scott” “No way! " Football 1; High Honors 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming 2; National Honor Society 3, 4. Allen S. Gowdy Jr. " Mcdoud” " Mccloud " “BigAI " " Can I leave now?” Pamela Jean Gray " Pam " " What do you wanna do this weekend? " " Where ' s Colleen? " Magazine Drive 4. Marie Ann Grimaldi “Re-Re” " J.S.” " Yep " " Cut it out. " Field Hockey 1. Gina Marie Guilmette " Little Ginny " " Italian " " Not too shabby. " “Sounds good to me.” Softball 1,2,3, 4; Ski Club 1,2,3, 4; Honor Roll 3; D.E.C.A. 3, 4 (President): Magazine Drive 4. Sylvia Marie Guillmette " Dingy " " Syl” " Say what? " " What ' s happening? " Bookstore 1; Cafeteria 3. Diane Gutkowski " Di " " Bucky” " You stiff. " Field Hockey 1 ; Main Office Aide 1 . Dorothy Cooper Hallas " Dotski " " Do Dots " " Hey Louisa!!” Michael John P. Hartley " Maddog " " Looser Hartley " " You ' re such a loser? " “Jackie, now what ' s wrong? ? " Football 1. 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1; Magazine Drive 4; Float Committee 2, 3, 4; Student Faculty Senate 4; Variety Show 4. Donna Anne Hasson " Deni” Shelly Heldreth " Shell” " Muscles” " Only spoofing you. " " Cut it out and I mean it. " Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Cheerleading 2, 3, 4 (Captain); Track 2; Soccer Manager 2; Drum Majorette 1 ; Float Committee 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Student Faculty Senate 4; Magazine Drive 4; F.B.L.A. 2; Main Office Aide 3, 4; Variety Show 4. William Albert Herbert “Herb” " Willie” " Ford ' s are nice, Chevy ' s are cool, but everyone knows that Mopar ' s rule.” " Easy killer. " Victor John Higginbotham " Poopsy” " Go for it. " " For sure. " Baseball 1 , 2; Wrestling 3; Magazine Drive 4; Honor Roll 3. Daniel Hogan " Dan-0 " " Dan " " Where ' s Kim?” Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Dance Committee 1; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4; Track 1. Karolyn Ann Hoke " Hokey” “Scary " " Really " “We can make it.” Curt R. Holmes " Rambis” " Holmesy " " Cook this clambox.” " Go for it.” Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Captain); Magazine Drive 4. Edward D. Holtz " Eddieee! " " BigE” " Sorry, but I was off in space. " " What? " Mark Anthony Holtz “Markus " " Mick” " Don ' t get emotional. " “Oh My God!” Denise Marsha Hooper " Hoop " " Niecey " “That ' s Life. " " I ' m hungry” Field Hockey 1; Basketball 1; Track 1. Diana Marsha Hooper " Hoop " " Di " " Hode dit.” " No, I ' m Diana. " Field Hockey 1; Magazine Drive 4; Track 1; Nurse ' s Aide 3, 4; Manager Girls, Basketball 1 . Doris Marsha Hooper “Booper " " Dor " “No, I am Doris.” Track 1; Field Hockey 1; Honor Roll 2. William Thomas Humphrey II “Maynard " " Ace” " Sorry.” “Chure, you kidding me? " Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Jazz Ensemble 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 2, 3; Pep Band 2, 3, 4. Julie Ann Hunt " Jule " " Jules " 68 " My God! " " Katy, wanna get some lunch? " Yearbook 1 ; Magazine Drive 4; Boys T rack Manager 2, 3, 4; Float Committee 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 1. William Arthur Huot " Bill " " Hewey " " How ' s life? " “This could be trouble!” Michele Ann Jacques “Shakes” " Baggie " " Diga. Diga. Diga. " Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey Manager 1, 2, 3; Magazine Drive 4. Patricia JavorskI “Pat” " That ' s life. " Yearbook 1. 3. 4; Newspaper 2; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1 (Captain), 2, 3. 4 (Captain); Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1 (Captain, MVP), 2, 3 (All C.C.I.L. Track Team), 4 (Captain). Timothy Jensen " Jens " “Well, ahh.” " Nice long arms. " Cross Country 1 (Captain), 2, 3, 4 (Captain); Basketball 1; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Newspaper 2; Golf 4. Laura Jouzaitis " Fore sure.” Blue House Aide 1; National Honor Society 3, 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3. James Henry Jubrey Jr. " Jubes " " Sounds like a personal problem to me.” Basketball 1, 2, 4; Track 1. Deborah Ann Kalk " Biggy " " Bones " " When ' s lunch?” " Cut it out! I am not! " Basketball 1; Lamplighters 2, 3, 4; Newspaper 3, 4; Art Award 1 ; Arts Festival 4. Lynne H. Kaupin " Lynbo " " Huggybear” " No sir. " " Hey you guys. " Vice President 3, 4; Student Faculty Senate 1 , 3. 4; Ski Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Cross Country Skiing 3, 4; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; Softball 1, 2; Track 1, 3. 4; Wrestling Manager 3; Graduation Grand Marshall 3; Variety Show 4; Magazine Drive 4; Float Committee 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4. Scott Richard Kaupin " Scottie” " Prez” " Sure.” " Whatever? " President 3, 4; Student Faculty Senate 1, 2, 3 (Treasurer), 4 (Vice-President); Superintendent Student Advisory Council 3, 4; Representative to Enfield Board of Education 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 3, 4 (Parliamentarian); Graduation Grand Marshall 3; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Football 1; History Award 1; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Track Manager 2; Red House Aide 3; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. John Francis Kelley " Mr. Potatohead " " Joe " " Hey Craig, you know it ' s true.” Football 1. Sunniva Lorretta Kelley " Niva” " Sunny” " You ' re going to be late Sherry.” " It ' s a nice day to sit up on the hill " Track 1; Band 1. Kristine Jo Kelllher " Kris " " Candy " " Oh. don ' t be such a stiff. " " Hey Lori — Florida?” Newspaper 2. 3; Class Secretary 3; Student Faculty Senate 3, 4 (Treasurer); Track 3. 4, National Honor Society 3, 4; Float Committee 3. 4; Girls ' State 3; Honor Roll 1 . 2. 3.4 Patrick James Kennedy " Pat” " Paco” " Life ' s tough in the fast lane.” Lamplighters 2; Honor Roll 1; D.E.C.A. 3, 4; F.B.LA. 4; Newspaper 4. Paula Anne Kent " Ticket Lady” " Paula Walla” " Yep. " “Ah.” Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Majorettes 1. Scott M. Kertanis " Scut” " What ' s the deal Howie?” " Great times with J.P.C.!” Football 1; Track 1, 4; Hockey 2, 3 (Captain), 4 (Captain). Michael Killeen " Mike " Cafe Rendevous 3, 4. Donald C. Kindred " Don " “Donode” “Where ' s Roger and Corrine? " " Don ' t touch my car! " CWE;D0 4. Erik Kindseth " Erik” Bowling 4; Magazine Drive 4. Michael Koblosh " Blosh” " Kobie” Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Arts Festival 2. John Michael Korona " John” “What are we doing this weekend?” " Hi Lee.” Newspaper 3, 4; Honor Roll 2, 3; Christmas Talent Show 3; Senior Variety Show 4. Lori Ann Kosiorek " Lor” " I ' ll do it later!” " Ya, Right!” Basketball 1; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variety Show 4. Lori Ann KrasinskI " Crash” “ ' scuze " I have a question? " " Kris, Prospects?” Cheerleading 1 , 2, 3, 4; T rack 3,4; Yearbook 1; Student Faculty Senate 2, 4; Float Committee 2, 4; Homecoming Committee 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Honor Roll 1 , 2, 3. 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. Laurie Ann Krzynowek " Sure!” “Oh. That ' s ancient history by now.” Biology Club 1 ; Travel Club 1 ; Yearbook 1 ; Health Careers Club 2, 3, 4; As Schools Match Wits 2, 3, 4; Literary Magazine 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4; Nurse ' s Aide 4; Science Award 1 ; Honor Roll 1,3; Spanish Award 1 ; UConn CO-OP Program 3. Mark Charles LaBranche " Pete Paranoid " " Twigs " Kevin R. LaCroIx " Schwartzie” " Kev” " Hey what ' s up? " " Where ' s Chip?” Hockey 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Roat Committee 3, 4; Honor Roll; 3. Lynda Marie Lamothe " Miss Brain. " " Lynn " " Hey dude” " Get a grip” Magazine Drive 4; Office Aide 4 Laura Lee Landry " Laur” " Oh, You big cutie " Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4; Ski Club 1 Joseph Lasata " Joe " " Big guy " " What ' s up? " 69 Football 1, 2, 3; Wrestling 1, 2, April Ann Lavigne " Ape " " Bones " " Think about it!” " That’s beside the point. " Field Hockey 1 : Colorguard 2, 3; Magazine Drive 4 Foster Matthew Leavitt " Mister " " Ml mom! " Football 3, 4; Track 2; Honor Roll 2; Variety Show 4 Daniel Thomas Leduc " The Wanderer " " The Bear " " It just doesn ' t matter! " " Why not? " Cross Country 1 . Brenda Lee " Brenny " " Bren” " I can ' t go, I have to work tonight!” " Kim, got any good food at your house ? ' ' Boys ' Track Manager 2, 3, 4; Float Committee 2, 3; Student Faculty Senate 4; Yearbook 1, 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. Jeffrey Leiper " Leep the Leopard " Cross Country 1,2,3; Art Show 4. Chris Lemay " Turtle” " Chip " " Mr. Green Jeans " " Hey dude " " Good morning. Captain!” Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Float Committee 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1 , 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1,2, 3, 4. David Paul Lemini " Dave” " Be real " Gaeton Letourneau " Gator” " Gaetin " " Gordhead” " What are we going to do after the game? " Hockey 2, 3, 4 (Captain); Soccer 1; Track 1; Float Committee 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 4; Gym Aide 1 ; Magazine Drive 4; Honor Roll 3, 4; Ski Club 1,2, 4. Jeffrey Levine " Droopy” ’ " Smiley” " Where ' s Wheat? " " I ' m going to hit Pieper today! " Football 1 , 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Wrestling 2, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Patricia Ann Lincoln " Patty " " Pat " " I ' m sure " " Good one " Anthony J. Liro " Tony " “Levit " " Give me a break!” Swim Team 2, 3; Lamplighters 3, 4; Bowling Club 3, 4. Paul Salvatore Lombardo " Lumpy " " Aw, cut it out!” Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling3; Tennis2, 3, 4 (Captain); National Honor Society 3, 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Variety Show 4; Float Committee 4. Louise M, Lopez " Weze” " Louisa " " Hey Joe " " What time is it? " Kelly Marie Lynch " La La Lynchie " " Kel " " Go home " " These halls are unbelievable! " Chorus 1,2,3, 4; Magazine Drive 4; Office Aide 2. Barbara Jean Macon " Buckwheat " " Thumper " " Oh fudge! " " We studying tonight Bob? " Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Lamplighters 3, 4; Chorus 4 (President); Choir 2, 3, 4 (President); Office Aide 1, 2. Julie Anne Mager " Jules " " Dumpster " " Okay spanky!” " Hang loose " Ski Club 1 ; Yearbook 1 ; D.E.C.A. 3, 4; Cafe Rendezvous 4. Lucy Jane Maher " Grandma " " Lucy " " What a drag!” Bowling 1 ; Colorguard 2,3,4 (Captain); Tennis 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Initiation 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; UCONN Co-op Program 4; Office Aide 1,2,3; Float Committee 2, 4; International Club 2, 3, 4; Graduation Usherette 3. Lisa Mailhot " Lis " " Lee” " Good Job bud! " " Okaaayy” Christopher John Major " Maj” " CJ” " Don ' t worry about it. " " Settle down. " Golf 1, 2. Jacqueline Heath Manizza " Jackie " " Jack " " Huh, I don ' t get it.” " Want a pretzle rod? " Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Aide 1; Gymnastics 1; Main Office Aide 2, 3; Track 1; Ski Club 1, 2; Float Committee 2. 3, 4; Student Faculty Senate 3. 4; Honor Roll 1 , 2; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Variety Show 4. William P. Marino " Bill " " Julio " " You eggbert” " Check out that chic! " Hockey 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 2; Senior Variety Show 4. Thomas Anthony Marocchini " Jucky” " Tom-Tom” " Petite " Track 1. 2. 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Weightlifting Club 2, 3; National Honor Society (President); Float Committee 4 Stacy Louise Masse " Space, " " Shirley " " GO for it!”, " Totally " Softball 1; D.E.C.A. 1,2. Lisa McCabe " Lis, " " W.L.” " OK . . . " " No sir!” Melissa Ellen McCord " Missy " " Where ' s Vassuer " " Oh yea” Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; F.B.L.A. 4; Float Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4, Senior Variety Show 4. Lori Patricia McGrath " Lor” " Micki " " Hi guys, what ' s up? " " Hi cutie. " F.B.L.A. 3, 4 (Secretary); Cheerleading 1, 2; Float Committee 3. 4; Student Faculty Senate 4; Homecoming Dance Committee 4; Honor Roll 1, 2; Basketball Manager 1, 2; Chorus 1 , 2; Variety Show 2, 4; Guidance Aidel,2. 3;SkiClub3, 4 Teresa Louise McIntosh " Tree " " Trees " " I ' m impressed. " Ski Club 1 ; Magazine Drive 4; Office Aide 2, 3.4. Kathleen McKeown " Katie " " Barn? Not us right Krissy? " " Oooo-bab-y " Track 1 . 2, 3. 4; Cheerleading 1 , 2. 3 (Co- captain); Student Faculty Senate 1 , 2, 3, 4; Class T reasurer 2, 3. 4; Float Committee 2. 3. 4; Variety Show 4; Magazine Drive 4; Honor Roll 1 . 2. 3. 4; Yearbook 4 (Co-editor). Lisa Marie McLaughlin “Mugsie” " Me” " You’re ugly and your mother dresses you funny. " " You moo face. " Student Faculty Senate 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Float Committee 2, 3, 4; Cheerleading 1 . Theresa Jean Metta " Terry” “Purple plumb " " Rifle power! Ya " “Why me? " Fermi Colorguard — Rifle Captain 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1. 2, 3. David Christopher Michaeis " D.C.” “You can ' t win them all!” Kristin Michaisen " Kikko " " Kris” " What?? " Student Faculty Senate 4; Activities 4; Float Committee 4; Variety Show 4; Cross Country Ski Club 4; Model UN 4. Roger E. Monfette “Robbie” " Conan " “Where’s Don and Corrine?” “Gimme a break!” Tennis 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4. Cathieen Ann Monty " Cathy” " French Poodle” " What am I going to do?” " Something like that” Magazine Drive 4; Office Aide 3, 4. William Charles Morgan III " Dill the Pill” " Dillybar” " What’s up John?” “David, go sit next to Debbie. " Cafe Rendezvous 2, 3; Football 1, 2; Magazine Drive 4. Christine Jeannine Munnett " French Poodle” " I can ' t tell you haw, haw, haw! " " Who me? " Concert Choir 2, 3, 4; Mixed Choir 1 , 4; Choir Officer 3, 4; D.E.C.A. 3, 4; Color Guard 1. (Captain) Dawn Elizabeth Musso ' Muse " " Muche " " Chill out!” Patricia Anne Nabors " Nibbs " " Patty " " How ' s it going? " " Now that ' s choice! " Softball 1 , 2, 3, 4 (Captain); Basketball 1,2, 3, 4, Magazine Drive 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Float Committee 3, 4; Office Aide 1 , 2; Variety Show 4. Jerry R. Nai " Jay” " Sly " " Are you Serious?” John Charles Netkovick " Fred Flinstone " " Coco " " Shaboom " " What’s up big guy? " Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4 Douglas Arthur Coyte Nicholas " Piscuali " " Pancho " " Pratty Yaaki " Honor Roll 1,2,3: National Honor Society 3, 4; Football 3: Literary Magazine 3. 4. Karl Magnus Nilsson " Magnum " " Mags” " or whatever! " " What? ? ? " Soccer 4; Student Faculty Senate 4, Homecoming Float Committee 4; Ski Club 4; Tennis 4 Donna NIner " Donner " " D " " I ' m wicked excited! " " Sam!, Lynn!, Cheese-call 2B! " Honor Roll 1,2,4; Yearbook 1 ; Dance Committee 1 . 2; F B L A 4 (Treasurer); Float Committee 2; Variety Show 4, Magazine Drive 4 Kenneth Edward Noble “Ya ride” Cafe Rendezvous 1 Kathy Nolan “Kath” " Where ' s Felicia? " Yearbook 1; Baseball Manager 1; Student Faculty Senate 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Float Committee 2, 3. Craig Steven Normandin " Norm " " Chill out " Shawn Michael Normandin " Shawnee” " What’s to eat?” " Hi officer, what do I do this time?” Wrestling 1, 2; Soccer 1. Teri A. O ' Hara " Tweety Bird " " Tweedie” " Dan ' s coming home! " Volleyball 2, 3; Tennis 2; F.B.L.A. 3. 4 (Reporter); Peer Counseling 3; Cross Country Skiing 3, 4. John Francis O ' Toole " Tool " " O ' Toolski " " Go for it!” " S.O.M.E.” Ski Club 1, 3, 4. Sean Thomas Pagnam " Ragnum” " Nose " " Don ' t push me! " Hockey 2, 3; Soccer 4; Tennis 3, 4. Lisa Anne Pallotta " Lee " " How cute! " " Get out! " Lamplighters 4; Newspaper 4. Kristine Panaccione " Krissy " “Pipi " " What barn, right Katie? " " But Mrs. Holmes, don ' t you see?” T rack 1 , 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 4; Honor Roll 1 , 2, 3, 4; President 1 , 2; Secretary 4; National Honor Society 4; Student Faculty Senate 2, 3, 4. Beth Anne Panella " What a cutie! " " Don ' t worry about it!” Ski Club 1,3,4; Student Faculty Senate 3, 4; Float Committee 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Magazine Drive 4; Honor Roll 1, 3: Variety Show 4. Samantha Parkman " Sam " " Sam and Nif " Track 1; Band 1, 2 (President): Tennis 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3. 4; Cross Country Ski Club 3, 4; Student Faculty Senate 3. 4; Lamplighters 2, 3; Variety Show 2, 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4; Yearbook 4; Basketball Manager 2; Homecoming Committee 2, 3. 4. Elizabeth Ann Pasini " Liz " " Lizzy " " Oh, it ' s so fun! " " Hey, where ' s sports fan? " Softball Manager 1 ; Office Aide 3. 4; Yearbook 1 ; Variety Show 4; Float Committee 2, 3. 4 Debra Marie Passaretti " Fifi” " Deb " " Shut up " " Where ' s the party?” Ski Club 1 ; Bowling Club 1 . Wade Patchell " Geddy” " Blade " " R A D. " " Party tonight at the cliff .” Band 1, 2, 3. 4; Jazz Ensemble 2. 3. 4, Pep Band 2, 3. 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 4 Heidi Mary Patrick " Dee " " Held” " Definitely " " Hey Foz. where ' s Dawn?” Honor Roll 2, Nurse ' s Aide 3, 4. Magazine Drive 4 Janet Arlene Patterson " JP” " Interplanet” " Groovy” “That ' s cool!” Lamplighters 2; Band 1, 2; Magazine Drive 4. Erik Daniel Percoski “Perk " " Rat Child " " F.T.S. " “What ' s up? " Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Band Regionals 2, 3, 4; All State Band 2, 3, 4; Swimming 3; T rack 1 ; Bowling Club 2, 3; Pit Band 2, 3; Pep Band 2, 3, 4; Jazz Ensemble 2, 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4. Deborah Ann Peroni " Deb " " I ' m not going” Magazine Drive 4; Office Aide 4. Kimberly Dawn Petersen “Kimmy” " I don ' t understand " " I can ' t do it " National Honor Society 3, 4. Lisa Ann Picard " Lee” " Leese " Volleyball 4; Nurse ' s Aide 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4. John Frances Pilkington " Pilk” “J.P ' Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll2;SkiClubl,2, 3, 4. Marina Popoti " I can ' t believe that.” " My God. " John Pozzato " Vitch " " Peace " " What?” Timothy John Provencher “Joe Lynn " “Punky " “Oh yea baby.” Football 1 ; Cafe Rendezvous 3, 4; Ski Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 2, 4; Hero Club 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. Linda Pucko “I just don ' t think so. " " Driving ability. " Ski Club 1 ; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4. Nancy Gale Przeracki " Nanc” " Sannie " “That ' s not fair, that ' s life. " Yvonne Victoria Quarterman " Vonn " " Quart " “So. " " No sir. " Field Hockey 1; Basketball 1, 2. Eric Marshall Raffia " Milkman " " Farmer boy” " Go for it. " " Go milk a cow. " Eric Edward Rauschenbach " Rausch” " Ernie " " I don ' t know.” " Hey dude.” Hockey 4 Lisa Anne Raymond " Dizzy " " Wicked ' " Totally awesome.” Lamplighters 3, 4; Honor Roll 3; F B.L.A 4 Rosario Reale " The Don " " Lynx” " Off my back.” " Skip it.” Honor Roll 1. 2. 3. 4; National Honor Society 3. 4; Magazine Drive 4; Student Faculty Senate 4 Terry Jean Regan " Ter " " Hey man " " What ' s up? " Carlene RIelly " Car " " Rye " " Where ' s Cheryl?” " I ' m in love, again! " F B L A 2. 3 (Treasurer); Honor Roll 2. 4. Liu Marie Riley Riles " " Lis " " What a rush, " " Gag me " Field Hockey 1: Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4; Softball 2. 3. 4. Track 1 ; Student Faculty Senate 3. 4; Magazine Drive 4 Michelle Riley " Penguin " " Mich " " Where ' s Karen? " " Ifsnot mine. It ' s Karen ' s. " Ski Club 1. 2. Volleyball 3: Student Faculty Senate 2. 3. 4; Honor Roll 1. 3, 4; Variety Show 4. Homecoming Float Committee 2, 4. Elaine Germaine Robbins " Lainie " " Lanes " " Cute. " " Really now. " Choir 1 . 2; Newspaper 4; Lamplighters 4. John Robert Rook " Prep " " California Sunshine Boy " " No way. Ger ' Magazine Drive 4; Graduation Usher 3; Honor Roll 1. 2, 3. 4. Felicia Ann Rookey " Fish " " Have you seen Kathy? " " What ' s wrong with Suffield ? " Rou Ann Routo " Rose " " Rosa Coletti " " Check ' em out. " " Oh my God. " Yearbook 1; Homecoming Float Committee 2. 3. 4; Student Faculty Senate 4; Magazine Drive 4 Lorraine Ann Rou Richard " Mouse " " Baby cakes " " Smile. " Lamplighters 3, 4. Kimberly Gertrude R osner " Kimbo” " Roz " " Give me a break. " Yearbook 1 ; Swim Team 3; Student Faculty Senate 3. 4; Magazine Drive 4. Deborah Lynn Rubacha " Debbie " " Debs " Volleyball 2: Honor Roll 1, 2. 3, 4; National Honor Society 3. 4. Michael Philip Rumore Jr. " Ditty " " Booty " " Hoser " Student Faculty Senate 4; Float Committee 4, Honor Roll 1. 2. 3. 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4. John Joseph Russotto " JR " " Football IS life.” Football 1 . 2. 3. 4 (Captain); Yearbook 4; Student Faculty Senate 4; National Honor Society 3. 4; Basketball 1; Baseball 1; Track 3. 4; Honor Roll 1,2 3, 4; Harvard Book Award 3; Variety Show 4, Magazine Drive 4; Dance Committee 1. Jacqueline Sagan " Jac kie-kid " " Jack” " Life in the big city man.” " Only in Connecticut. " Mark Wayne Sagan " Sagoon " " E ie " " You don ' t think so. " " That ' s all. " Christine Renee Samson " Sammy " " Chicko " " What a concert. " " Totally. " Mark Sanchez " Chez” " What ' s up Leroy?” " Que pasa? " Wrestling 1. 2. 3. 4 JackI Saverse 72 " Jack " " Yoda " " Later dude. " Cafe Rendevous 3. 4. Dawn Debra Schmelling " Wonder Woman: " D " " Hey Foz, have you seen Heid?” " David is nice. " Carl Sgambotl " " Scum " " George " " " Hey Cookie, what ' s the matter with Crash?” “Hey Lui, how ' s the sky?” Soccer 1 . 2, 3. 4; Ski Club 1 , 2. 3, 4; Track 1 ; Student Faculty Senate 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Variety Show 4; Float Committee 2, 3, 4. Tina Marie Sinacore “Tweena” " Weema " " Where ' s the party this weekend ?” " I can ' t wait to graduate.” Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 4; Band Council 1, 3, 4; Variety Show 4. Christopher Smith " Smitty " Soccer 1 , 2, 3. 4 (Captain); Hockey 2, 3, 4 (Captain); Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. Jeff Smith " Captain " " Smitty " " Where ' s fireman Dan? " Cross Country 4; Swim Team 2, 3, 4 (Captain); Magazine Drive 4. Matthias Smith " Dude” " Big guy " " Totally awesome. " " Chill out.” Laura Jean Snyder " Laurie " " Snicker” " Definite " " Oh my God. " Band 1,2,3, 4; Basketball 1 , 2; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Band Council 1,3,4. Susan Marie Spanswick " Sue” " Spans” “Don ' t worry about it. " " Break up with him. " Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3. 4; Yearbook 1 (Co-editor); Student Faculty Senate 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Float Committee 2, 3, 4; Cheerleading 1, 2, 3. 4 (Captain); Softball 1, 2, 3, 4. Mary Anne Sroka “Mare” " What a cutie. " “Don ' t worry about it. " Homecoming Float Committee 2, 3; Honor Roll 1. 2, 3: PB.L.A. 4; Magazine Drive 4. Daniel John Staples " Stapes " " Do it up. " " Go for it. " Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 4. Katherine Stauble " Katy” " Katus” “Sammy Seal " “Way to go! " “That ' s so much fun. I ' m so excited. " Honor Roll 1, 3. 4; Yearbook 1, 3, 4; Student Faculty Senate 3, 4; Homecoming Float Committee 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Dance Committee 3; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 4; Softball 1 ; Class Night Committee 1.4. Joanne Marie Stistis “Easyrider” " Peanut” " Beam me up Scotty. " Concert Choir 4; Honor Roll 3, 4; CWE:BOE 4. Eva Marie Stone " Eve” " Adam and Eve” " Oh my God.” “Wow, not bad. " Koraleers 1,2; Cheerleading 1 . Elizabeth Anne Strapp " Betha " " Elizabethan " " Strapper " " Whhhaat? Huh? " " Get a real existence.” Cheerleading 1 (Co-captain), 2, 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4; Float Committee 3, 4; Student Faculty Senate 2; Softball 1; Class Night 1 ; Yearbook 1 ; Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4. John Michael Suizdak " Johnny " " Burnout” " Yowza” " What ' s happening? " " I ' m looking for a ten.” John Michael Sweeney " Sween " " Squeaky” " Unreal.” " Awesome. " Baseball 2, 3; Football 1 , 2, 3, 4 (Captain); Basketball 2; Student Faculty Senate 3; Float Committee 4; Ski Club 1,2,3. Catherine Swiatek " Cathi " " Swi " " I don ' t have time.” Student Council 1 (Treasurer); Student Faculty Senate 2, 3 (Secretary); Superintendent ' s Advisory Council 2, 3; Student Representative to Enfield Board of Education 2, 3; Homecoming Float Committee 2, 3, 4; Cheerleading 1, 3; Soccer Manager 2, 3; Wrestling Manager 1, 2; Cross Country Manager 4; Track 3; Baseball Manager 1, 2; Geometry Award 1; English Award 1; Hugh O ' Brien Youth Leadership Award 2; Telluride Award Nominee 3; National Honor Society 3, 4 (Vice-President); National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist; Director of Activities 2; Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4. Robert Marshall Sylvester " Noxie " " Spanky” " No, I ' m lying. " " Hey Barb.” Student Council 1 (Vice-President); Drama Club 1 : Band 2; Concert Choir 3; Lamplighters 2, 3, 4. Deborah Taylor " Debbie " “Deb” " I’ll tell you later. " F.B.L.A. 4; Literary Magazine 4; Float Committee 2, 3; Magazine Drive 4; Work Experience Program 4; Variety Show 4. Dan Teseny “Tes " " T.G.O ' " Judist Priest” " Choice, " Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Variety Show 4; Magazine Drive 4. Ann Marie Thibodeau “Thibs " “Carmen” " Pula. " “Monkey K-F. " Field Hockey 1. 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Softball 2; Hiking Club 2; Library Aide 2, 3; Honor Roll 2, 3; Student Faculty Senate 4; Variety Show 4. Stephen Thorpe " Gil " " Floppy” " What?” " Why? YOU don’t think so?” Football 1; Band 1, 2, 3; Honor Roll 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. Dino Raymond Tittarelli " Renegade” “Yo Bob. " “Elm Garaaaage. " Elizabeth Marie Tollo " Liz " " I can’t do this.” D E C. A. 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4; Guidance Aide 4. Deneen Toman " Dee” " Aw, come on. " " Bug off. " Honor Roll 1,2,3; Peer Counseling 2, 3, 4; Bowling 1 ; Float Committee 2, 3, 4; Newspaper 1, 2, 3; Field Hockey 1. Juan Manuel TosonI " Juanimal " " Juanbaby” " Later for you.” " Go for it.” Track 1 , 2, 3, 4; Soccer 2, 3; Float Committee 4; Peer Counseling 4; Student Faculty Senate 4; Newspaper 4. Vincent Joseph Travail " Vinnie” " Chattie " “God loves you.” " You pinhead.” Bowling 1; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4. Tim Valllancourt " Tim” " What?” " Peace.” Jane Theresa Vasseur " Janie” " Little Vasseur” " Want a piece of gum?” “Has anyone seen Missy?” Yearbook 1; Field Hockey 1; Basketball Manager 1; Guidance Aide 1; Green House Aide 2; Youth and Law Award 1 ; Classnight Committee 1, 4; Prom Committee 4; Student Faculty Senate 1, 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Float Committee 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 3, 4 (Vice-President); Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. Dane Raynold Vertefeullle “Great Dane” " For sure.” “No problem.” Ski Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Bowling 4; Honor Roll 1 ; Float Committee 4. Michele Christine Vezina " Meech” " Belle " " I can ' t even believe this is happening " " Marcy, I love this song. " Main Office Aide 3; Track 1 , 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Student Faculty Senate 2, 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4; Yearbook 1, 4; Graduation Usherette 3; Float Committee 2, 3, 4. William Victor Vlllani “V” " Billy” “How sweet it is.” " Get down on it.” Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1,2,3. 4; Automotive 3, 4. Kimberly Ann Vose " Kimmy” " Kim” " It’s no biggie.” " Bren, got any good food at your house?” Boys ' Track Manager 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2; Gymnastics 1; Student Faculty Senate 2, 3, 4; Float Committee 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4; Dance Committee 2, 4; House Office Aide 2; Yearbook 4; Variety Show 4; Main Office Aide 3; Who ' s Who Among American High School Students 4. LlemVu " Lui” " Vuski” i " Do you mind?” “No way!!” ' Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess 1, 4; Student Faculty Senate 4; National Honor Society 3, I 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. I Roxanne Louise Vujs " Rox” “Vujus” " I don ' t believe this!” " It isn ' t fair! " I Main Office Aide 1 ; Nurse ' s Aide 3; Magazine Drive 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Honor Roll 1 . 2, 3. 4. I Mary Angela Wachowlak " Mare” " Wojo " " What ' s up?” E Band 1,2,3, 4; Jazz Band 2, 3; Band Council 1.2,3 (Vice-President), 4 (Drum Ma)or); National Honor Society 3. 4; Student Faculty i Senate 2; Float Committee 2. 3. 4, Tennis 3, • 4; Yearbook 1,3,4 (Editor); Magazine Drive 4; Lamplighter Orchestra 2; Pep Band 2. 3. 4; Spanish II Award 1 ; Outstanding Band Ij Member 1 ; Who ' s Who Among American I High School Students 3; Honor Roll 1,2.3. i 4; Variety Show 2. 3. 4 Karen Marie Wadsworth " What?” " How are ya doing? " Ski Club 1 ; House Office Aide 1 , 3; Cross Country Manager 2. Magazine Drive 4, Vo- tech 4 Tracey Jean Wagner " TJ” " Tigger” " Ooh baby!” " No way!” Honor Roll 1. Marcy Renee Webb " Chela” “Chavela” Softball 1 ( Most Improved Player); As Schools Match Wits 2, 3, 4 (President); National Honor Society 3, 4; Newspaper 4 (Writing Editor); Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Magazine Drive 4; American History Award 3; Spanish 4 Award 3; Color Guard 2, 3. Debbie Jean Whalen “Dubee” “Wail it” " Go for it!” " Do it up! " Magazine Drive 4. Jim Wheat " Pumkin Head” " Caveman” " I ' m bad!” " Where ' s Levine?” Football 2, 3, 4. John M. Wheeler “Slim” “Wheels” “What are you saying?” " How ' s life?” Football 2, 3, 4; Cafe Rendevous 3, 4; Student Faculty Senate 2, 3, 4; Float Committee 2, 3, 4. Philip John Whiteway " Geddy” " Phil” “Oh, dopey me.” “Quag.” " Bummer.” Band 1, 2, 3. 4; Jazz Ensemble 2, 3. 4; Variety Show 3, 4. Gary Charles Williams " Willie” " Arnold " " What ' s up?” " Where ' s Dan? " Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Float Committee 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Yearbook 4; Golf 2, 3, 4 (Captain); Variety Show 4; Magazine Drive 4. Piper Leigh Williams " Pipes” " Blondie” " Go for it!” “Check it out!” Red House Aide 4; Magazine Drive 4. Leonard King Wisnesky “Leo” “69 Firebird” Baseball 1; Football 1, 2. 3; Honor Roll 3, 4. Lisa Ann Woods " Lee” " Woodsie” " Mike, you ' re going to be late for class!” “Fine!” Cheerleading 1, 3. 4; Softball 1, 2; Float Committee 2. 3; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 1 , 2. Nichelle Marie Yeargers " Niki " “I can ' t wait till this week ' s over! " “I ' m hungry!” Ski Club 1; Office Aide 2, 3; Magazine Drive 4, Anne Marie Zarcaro " Zac " ' ' Whose got cold feet ? ' ' Field Hockey 1. 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1 ; Student Faculty Senate 1,3,4; Variety Show 4; Float Committee 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 4; Magazine Drive 4; Class Night Committee 1 , 4; Graduation Usherette 3; Prom Committee 3. Joel Francis Ziemnicki " Zim " " Punker " " M and M to no end " " Intense! " Track 1,4; Ski Clubl,2, 3. 4. Picture us . . . Board of Education: First Row: Mrs. Antoinette Strom, Mr. Francis Burke, Jr., Mr. John Carney. Second Row: Mr. Michael F. Dougherty, Mrs. Joan Reuter, Mr. Paul M. Gaylor, Jr., Mr. E. Patrick Storey, Jr., Mrs. Esther Oneto, Mr. Kevin Gordon. Dr. Louis Mager Mr. Anthony Torre Superintendent Assistant Superintendent Mr. Stephen W. Ross Green House Mr. Raymond H. Marr Red House Mr. Seymour Schonberger Blue House FACULTY Educating. Picture . . . the educational challenge of the 1982-1983 school year. Picture the incorporation of 28 new faculty members due to the closing of Kosciuszko and the addition of a ninth grade class to Fermi. Picture the 105 veterans of Fermi faculty in transition alongside their colleagues. Picture the extra demands placed upon teachers by larger class sizes. Picture teachers trying to maintain personalized instruction, despite the increased enrollment. Picture several teachers required to monitor hallways during in-session classes. Picture teachers “floating,” changing from room-to-room, due to the lack of classroom availability. Picture this faculty determined to adapt to these transitions. Other necessary personnel changes were required to accomodate the expansion in enrollment. One housemaster and one secretary transferred from Kosciuszko Junior High, replacing those people who previously occupied these positions. The loss of those people who transferred to other jobs or were laid off as a result of this substitution was truly unfortunate. However, the faculty of Enrico Fermi High School worked hard to adjust and successfully met the 1982-1983 school year’s challenge. Mr. Mario A. Gentile Principal 75 Art Department: Mr. Robert Foley, Mr. Robert Hare, Mr. Donald Pothul, Mrs. Lynda Hanscom. Mr. Bruce Barmak Ms. Elizabeth Ogonis 76 GUIDANCE Mr. Stuart Wright Dr. Arthur Benoit Mr. David Wing, Chairperson Mr. Joseph Occhiuti Mr. David Shea 77 Mr. Richard Chapman, Automotives Mr. Gerard Boucher, Distributive Education Mr. John Lyons, Driver Education Family Living and Consumer Education: Mrs. Christine MacDonald, Mrs. Patricia Valias, Mrs. Emily Slomski, Mrs. Ellen Frost. 78 Mr. Brian Dolley Mr. Phillip Shear Mr. Andrew DePino SCIENCE Mr. James Cherry Mr. Steven Olson, Chairperson Mrs. Florence Lyons 79 Miss Donna Wescott Mr. Lucien Joly Mr. Laurits Andersen Mr. Francis Rago Mr. John Kouba Mr. Stuart Geffner Mr. James Yankee 80 ENGLISH Mr. Richard VanHeynigen Mrs. Susan Cirillo Mrs. Laura Hayden Miss Monica de Haan Mr. Brian Garvey Mrs. Candace Burns Miss Mary Mackley Mrs. Justine Rioux Mrs. Eleanor Hines Mrs. Carol Watson Mrs. Kathleen Barmak 82 Mrs. Mary Massey Mr. Robert Kelleher Mrs. Carole Jonaitis Mrs. Esther Heffernan Mr. Joseph DIugosz Mr. Steven Sweet Mrs. Mary Ann Burke, Chairperson 83 Reading: Miss Linda Shea, Mr. Robert Knight, Mrs. Elaine Parakilas. Mrs. Elizabeth Nicholls, Food Service Mrs. Georgette Pare, Nurses’ Aide Mrs. Judith Creedon, Special Education 84 INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION Mr. Jimmy Hodrinsky, Chairperson 85 Miss Patricia Harkins Mr. Robert Haley, Chairperson MATHEMATICS Mrs. Carol Peloquin Mr. Eugene Ryczek Mr. Kendall Owens Mrs. Catherine Warren Mr. Joseph Scherr Mrs. Carol Varanka Mr. William Barker Mrs. Mary Ann Holmes Mrs. Cathy LaTaille 87 Mrs. Sharon Palmer, Librarian, Mrs. Charlotte Schneider, Assistant, Mrs. Patricia Holmes, Assistant. Mr. Antonio Batista Mrs. Maureen Condron Miss Pamela Hawkins Ms. Darlene Wilson Mrs. Marilyn Bertrand 88 Mrs. Lois Norman BUSINESS Mrs. Eugenie Langhorne Mrs. Pamela Gates Mrs. Henrietta Montagna, Chairperson Mr. James Laudato Mr. Paul Bisesti Mrs. Terletto Jones RESOURCE TEACHERS Miss Sally Tanasi Mrs. Arlene Edwards Mr. Timothy Neville, Chairperson Mrs. Mary O ' Brien 90 Miss JoAnne Cardell Mrs. Ellen Frigo Mrs. Starlett Cavanaugh Mrs. Janice Devyider Mr. Richard Pellin 91 Physical Education: Mr. Joseph Nuccio, Miss Rosemary Sullivan, Mr. Robert Lengyel, Miss Kathleen Carbone. Mrs. Teresa Bueker 92 FOREIGN LANGUAGE Mrs. Donna McCarthy Mr. Lawrence Wood Mrs. Ingrid Young Mr. Raymond Mercik, Chairperson Mr. Donald Charland SOCIAL STUDIES Mr. Thomas Ouellette, Chairperson if Mr. Kenneth Lessard Mr. Richard Mankus Mr. Gregory Quinlan Mrs. Mary Gail Cokkinias 94 Mr. Peter Creedon Mr. Joseph Pasternak Mr. Donald Flebotte Mr. Robert Robbins Mr. James Reveruzzi Mr. Thomas Snipe 95 Music Department: Mr. Roderick Crochiere, Mr. Joseph Giangrasso, Mr. Leonard DeMaio. Nurses: Mrs. Jean Devine, Mrs. Peggy Wilcox, Mrs. Rita Millett. Mrs. Rose-Ellen Trudeau Guidance Mrs. Bertha Waleryszak Guidance Cafeteria Personnel: First Row: Aline Pomeroy, Lillian Deragon, Jac- queline Ciccone, Laura Marion, Jeanne Basile, Barbara Boucher. Second Row: Olga Captain, Mariann Bennett, Millie Bruno, Madeline Netkovick, Pat Holtz, Catherine Sabellico, Terry Mrosz, Olga Telmosse, Diane McGuire, Marilyn Cammelleri, Irene Gaskins, Rose Kaplan. 96 Mrs. Mary Landry Green House Mrs. Polly Brown Blue House Mrs. Lillian Schulthess Main Office Mrs. Rosamond McIntosh Red House SECRETARIES Maintenance: Tom Stone, Stanley Sarno. Phyllis Morse. Robert Lataille. 97 Picture us . . . SPORTS Teaming up. Picture us . . . The athletic teams of Fermi struggling through many long hours of practice. Picture some of those practices being held late at night. Picture our athletes sharing their lockers with two or three of their fellow teammates. Picture the overcrowded bus rides due to the newly added freshman teams. Picture nine nervous freshman teams learning alongside their varsity counter- parts. Picture three teams play- ing their home games at Asnun- tuck Community College, the former Kosciuszko Junior High School. Picture the largest crowds in Fermi ' s history spec- tating at athletic games. Picture an enormous excitement among the athletes and fans alike. Pic- ture us fighting to achieve a desired victory. Picture us ac- cepting the letdown of defeat. Picture the strengthened values of sportsmanship and team effort becoming dominant elements in the Enrico Fermi High School Sports Program. The 1983 Sports Staff has illus- trated changes in the Fermi Athletic The changed sports pro- gram at Fermi has had many positive effects this year . . . program. This year, nine new fresh- man teams were added to the sports curriculum. Many hardships and dif- ficulties had to be overcome to start a new team. The nine new freshman teams faced numerous problems throughout their seasons. These new teams had to compensate for Vl the lack of equipment, the cramped locker rooms, and the shortage of playing fields. Due to their lack of ex- perience, they had to pass up the recognition that a varsity team receives and they also had the dif- ficult task of learning new coaching systems. These new freshman teams are the future of the Fermi Sports Program. Their hardwork and accomplishments shall further enhance the level of competition at Fermi High School. We wish them luck in their future endeavors. The changed sports program at Fermi has had many positive effects this year; increased enthusiasm, ex- tra team effort, and the spirit of competition in every athletic endeavor has become evident. These are the transitions that have brought Fermi High School Athletics to an even greater level of ac- complishment. Fermi High School can look forward with pride at its newly developing sports program. Let us enjoy a little time of pleasure, a moment of fun and laughter, in the good fellowship of competition, and at the end, let us say farewell as friends till next we meet. 1982-1983 Coaching Staff Field Hockey Rosemary Sullivan Football Joe Bacewicz Soccer Tony Batista Volleyball Kathy Carbone Cross Country Gene Ryczek Boys’ Swimming Bob Lengyel Girls’ Swimming Bob Lengyel Ice Hockey Richard Miltz Wrestling Ted Beahm Boys’ Basketball Philip Morton Girls’ Basketball Gene Ryczek Baseball Gene Ryczek Softball Rosemary Sullivan Girls’ Track Larry Anderson Boys’ Track Bill Barker Girls’ Tennis Kathy Carbone Boys’ Tennis Lenny Shortz Golf Bob Lengyel Interscholastic football is an educational ex- perience in which an individual molds his mind, body, and spirit to that of his teammates in a cooperative effort to succeed. It is only through total commitment, self-sacrifice, and discipline that we can achieve our ultimate goal of success and find the enjoyment that comes from knowing we have tried our hardest and won. Coach Bacewicz 1982-83 VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES 3 WINS 7 LOSSES Fermi . 35 South Windsor . .3 Fermi , 21 Hall 33 Fermi , . 6 Conard 28 Fermi . , 7 Manchester . . . . 18 Fermi . , 7 Windham 25 Fermi . 14 East Hartford . . 34 Fermi , . 6 Penney 32 Fermi . 22 Wethersfield . . . 28 Fermi . 22 Simsbury .7 Fermi . 12 Enfield . 0 VARSITY FOOTBALL First Row: Jeff Kaupin. Gino Cassista, Dennis Arseneault, Tim Banahan, Co-Captain John Russotto, Co-Captain John Sweeney, John LeDoux, Brian Donnelly, Chris LeMay, Chris Deni. Second Row: Jim Wheat, Steve Chickosky, Tony Spicer, Foster Leavitt, Mike Koblosh, John Pilkington, Dan Hogan, Mike Hartley, Dan Teseny, Jeff Levine. Third Row: Coach Bacewicz, Rich Koehniein, Tim Pilkington, Charles Veto, Greg Smith, Joe Couture, John Wheeler, Toby Timion, Jim Johnston, Greg Suchy. Brian Poulin, Coach LaFlamme. Fourth Row: Coach Mayo, Don Teske, Scott Marvell, Chris Cox, Mario Cournoyer, Mike Fanelli, Dwayne Cushing, Jim Ludwick, Rich Bird, Tim Landry. Myles Leavitt. Tony Criscitelli, Coach Barker. Fifth Row: Tom Blount, John Cunningham. John Colagiovanni, Joel Davidson, Pat Moriarty, Jeff Beiler, Marc Lussier, Craig Begnoche, Brian Donor, Mike DiMartino. Page 100 2. Tim Banahan pivots upfield for more yardage. 3. Jim Wheat gets a leg up on his opponent. Page 101 1. Carrying the ball tightly, John LeDoux outruns his opponent. 2. On the other hand, Chris Deni finds it a little tougher to get going. 3. With open arms, Brian Donnelly rushes to greet the ball carrier. 4. The Fermi Defensive Crew gathers to discuss the situation. 5. Foster Leavitt breaks a tackle while heading upfield. Page 102 1 Toby Timion soars above the defenders to secure his catch. 2 A few warm-up tosses will ensure a proper flight on Tim Banahan ' s ball. 3. Here comes The Fermi Welcome Committee! 4 Mike Koblosh has his eyes set on a first down after making a catch. 5 Dan Teseny and Dan Hogan attempt to cut their man off before he rounds the corner. Page 103 1 John Sweeney and John Russotto meet their opponents at midfield for the ceremonial coin toss. 2. Checking to see that everything is legal, the referee scrutinizes the explosive Fermi offense. 3. Anxiously waiting, the defense digs in. 4. Craig Begnoche and Jeff Kaupin sprint past their opponent! S JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL First Row: Tom Blount, Jeff Beiler. Doug Crawford. Joe Couture. Co-Capta(n Marc Lussier, Co-Captain Mike Fanelli. Charlie Veto. Greg Smith. Dwayne Cushing. Jim Ludwick Second Row: Coach Mayo. Dave Crosby, Steve Bajek. Chris Cox. Rich Koehniein. Marc Levine. Brian Poulin. Tim Landry. Myles Leavitt. Chris Marszalek. Coach LaFlamme Third Row: Coach Bacewicz. Don Teske, Tim Pilkington. Mike Bowler, Ken Nabors. Joel Davidson. Pat Moriarty. Mike Lasata. Tony Cnscitelli. Scott Marvell. Bob Heim, Coach Baker Fourth Row: Brian Girard Mario Cournoyer. John Colagiovanni, Rich Bird, Craig Begnoche. Brian Donor, Gary Newman. John Cunningham 103 Page 104 1. Swedish standout Magnus Nilsson beats yet another opponent to the ball. 2. Liem Vu follows through for an excellent play. 3. In amazement, Carl Sgamboti watches Bill Villani do what he does best: slicfe tackle. 4. Stretching to make the save, goaltender Darrell Crowley keeps his eyes on the ball. Page 105 2. Paul Lombardo struggles for possession as Willie Demers comes to the rescue. 3. Expert form is exhibited by Chris Smith. 104 z k 1 JUNIOR VARSITY SOCCER First Row; Co-Captain Bryan Shewokis, Co-Captain Hayden Daly. Second Row: Rob Warshall, Dave Dowd. Ian Hunter, Mike Martinez, Dan Giordano, William Moryto, Dan LeBlanc. Third Row: Coach Reveruzzi, Peter Smith, Chris Camara, Cathy Roeder, Doug Langlois, Pete Veto, Mike Muc- ci, Tim Hebert, Mark Crisitelli, Dennis Moore, Chris Ericson, Kevin Roberts. ARSITY SOCCER •irst Row: Co-Captain Will Demers, Co-Captain Chris Smith. Second Row: Paul Lombardo, Sean Pagnam, Bill Villani, Magnus Nilsson, Liem Vu, Carl Sgamboti. Fhird Row: Coach Batista, Jon LeBlanc, Patrick Lynch, Kevin Marino, Ken O’Konis, Mark Johnson, Jim Chamberland, Mark Fiore, fodd Baldyga, Darrell Crowley. Z. ' .. ... % - IKl k 1982-83 VARSITY SOCCER SCORES 6 WINS 7 LOSSES 3 TIES Fermi 0 Manchester 3 Fermi 0 Conard 3 Fermi 2 Enfield 2 Fermi 2 Hall . 4 Fermi 1 Penney 0 Fermi 3 East Hartford 0 Fermi 3 Simsbury 5 Fermi 4 Windham 2 Fermi 1 Wethersfield 2 Fermi 0 Manchester 3 Fermi 2 Conard 1 Fermi 2 Hall 1 Fermi 5 Enfield 4 Fermi 2 Penney 2 Fermi 2 East Hartford 2 STATE TOURNAMENT Fermi 2 Simsbury 5 Performance is correlated strongly with practice. Coach Batista 105 Any woman athlete under the direct influence of my philosophy will become physically fit, emotionally stable, and have a positive mental attitude towards the team and its game. Coach Carbone 1982-83 GIRLS ' VOLLEYBALL SCORES 9 WINS 9 LOSSES Fermi ... 2 Hall 3 Fermi . . I Windham 3 Fermi . 1 Wethersfield 3 Fermi . . 1 Penney 3 Fermi . . 1 East Hartford 3 Fermi ... 3 Manchester 0 Fermi . . 3 Conard 0 Fermi 1 Simsbury 3 Fermi .... 3 Enfield 1 Fermi . . . . 3 Hall 0 Fermi .... 1 Windham 3 Fermi .... 3 Wethersfield 2 Fermi .... 3 Penney 0 Fermi . , , 3 East Hartford I Fermi .... 3 Manchester 0 Fermi .... 1 Conard 3 Fermi .... 2 Simsbury 3 Fermi , , , 3 Enfield 0 VARSITY VOLLEYBALL First Row: Carol Jaworowski, Sheree Bouthiette, Co-Captain Sondra Overstrom, Co-Captain Lisa Maxwell, Betsy Wosko, Nancy Ortiz. Second Row: Asst. Coach Judy Menard, Cindy Hesse, Terry “Chip” LeBlanc, Debbie Hoffman, Kim Anderson, Coach Carbone. JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL First Row: Tracy Butcher, Karen Greene, Debbie Hoffman, Marci Carew, Co-Captain JoAnne Dunn, Lisa Picard. Second Row: Stella Murray, Karen English, Mary Jean Panella, Co-Captain Cindy Hesse, Jeanne Heitala, Lisa Cote, Patty Pinnette, Kim Anderson, Gail Freeman, Coach Blain. Page 106 2. Carol Jaworowski puts power into her serve. 3. In a demonstration for her teammates, Sondra Overstrom keeps her eye on the ball. Page 107 2. Completing an effective spike, Lisa Maxwell proves that she is number one. 3. Sheree Bouthiette does not believe the ball actually got stuck in the rafters. 4. Debbie Hoffman soars with Fermi Falcon spirit. Page 108 1 . Amy Romano skillfully flicks the ball into the net on a penalty stroke. 2. Sue Bugai attempts to take possession of the ball before her opponent reaches it. 3. Giving her all, Ann Breslin tries desperately to obtain the ball for a goal. 4. Fancy stickwork is performed by Gretchen Harger. Page 109 2. Ann " Carmen " Thibodeau deeply concentrates on driving the ball down the field. 3. Pat Javorski confronts the goalie with great determination. 108 VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY First Row: Co-Captain Pat Javorski. Co-Captain Ann Magleora. Second Row: Gretchen Harger, Ann Thibodeau. Lisa Tenerowicz, Kathy Vassalotti, Elaine Manning. Sue Bugai, Ann Breslin, Debbie Schroder Third Row: Michelle Jacques (manager), Heidi Brodtman, Irene Griffith, Coach Sullivan, Becky Ryder, Amy Romano. Darcy Russotto (manager). JUNIOR VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY First Row: Co-Captain Marie Callahan, Co-Captain Darleen Clark. Second Row: Laura Garini, Kim DeMaria, Sharyn Wild, Tricia Agro, Chris Dobrzycki, Tammey Tobey, Jane Swiatek, Kristen Marcil. Third Row: Coach Gates, Karla Panaccione, Lisa Cousineau, Kim Hesse, Jill LeDoux, Laura Levinthal, Elisa Broderick, Lynnette Hamel (manager). 1982-83 VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY SCORES Fermi 9 WINS 3 7 LOSSES Simsbury 2 Fermi . 2 Manchester 1 Fermi 2 Windham 0 Fermi 3 Hall I Fermi 0 Wethersfield 1 Fermi 0 Conard 1 Fermi 0 Enfield 1 Fermi 0 Windham I Fermi 3 Simsbury 1 Fermi 3 Manchester 0 Fermi 1 Conard 2 Fermi 2 Wethersfield 1 Fermi 1 Hall 0 Fermi 0 Enfield 1 Fermi STATE TOURNAMENT 1 Conard 0 Fermi 1 Greenwich 4 Miss Sullivan quotes: “It’s all there — the fun and the work, the glory and the frustration, the achievement and the failure, the feelings of self-worth and the loss of confidence " Psychological Perspectives by Patsy E. Neal Coach Sullivan 109 Any person can excel, he has the desire to run and the will power to keep running past the point where it seems the price is too much to pay for the rewards received. Coach Ryczek V ■Mi CM-f CROSS-COUNTRY First Row: Kris Panaccione. Captain, Jeff Smith, Mike Agro, Co-Captain Tim Jensen, Co-Captain Jeff Leiper, Kristin Michalsen. Second Row: Jim White. Colleen Frew, Brooke Raymond, Lynelle Neuter, Jerry Ceniglio. Third Row: Mark Higley. Mark Giaccone, Jeff Michaud, Dave Cote, Cathi Swiatek (manager). Coach Ryczek. 110 Page 110 2. Creating a splash, Jeff Leiper dashes towards the finish line. 3. Kris Panaccione concentrates on her pace and stride to ensure a good finish. 4. Dave Cote and Tim Jensen demonstrate that sportsmanship is alive at Fermi. Page 111 1 . Dave Cote is speechless and Mark Higley is stunned by the race results. 2. Warming up before the race, Jeff Smith impersonates an American Marine at Iwo Jima. 3. Jeff Michaud is relieved after realizing he finished fifth. 4. With Mike Agro leading the pack, the Fermi Cross Country team gives it all they’ve got! 1982-83 BOYS ' CROSS COUNTRY SCORES 2 WINS 8 LOSSES 1 TIE 1982-83 GIRLS ' CROSS- COUNTRY SCORES 4 WINS 5 LOSSES 1 TIE Fermi . 54 Manchester, . 17 Fermi .21 Manchester . . 36 Fermi . 36 Hall 23 Fermi . 27 Hall 30 Fermi , 34 Wethersfield . 25 Fermi . 28 Wethersfield , 28 Fermi , 44 Conard 19 Fermi . 36 Conard 23 Fermi . 43 E. Hartford . . . 19 Fermi . 24 E. Hartford ... 31 Fermi . 40 Simsbury. . . . 20 Fermi . 27 Simsbury .... 24 Fermi . 22 Windsor 33 ■ Fermi . 24 Windsor 32 Fermi . 39 Glastonbury . . 20 Fermi . 35 Glastonbury . . 23 Fermi . 49 Windham .... 15 Fermi . 38 Windham .... 23 Fermi , 28 Penney 28 Fermi . 41 Penney 20 Fermi . 23 Enfield 34 111 It is far better to be remembered as a hard worker and team player, than as a person who could win without working. Coach Lengyel 1982-83 GIRLS’ SWIMMING SCORES OWINS 11 LOSSES Fermi. 50 Bulkeley 68 Fermi . 39 Wethersfield ... 66 Fermi. 49 E. 0. Smith 72 Fermi . 38 Penney 87 Fermi. 45 Windsor 77 Fermi. 46 Conard 88 Fermi . 52 Windham 67 Fermi . 44 E. Hartford 80 Fermi . 43 Manchester 83 Fermi. 50 Hall 66 Fermi. 55 Enfield 66 Page 112 2. Tracy Cofiell looks for the water, while performing a near perfect dive. 3. Robin Ottman displays the form that helped her break six school records and finish ninth in the “LL " State Tournament. 4. Gliding through the water, Sharon Ball nears the finish. Page 113 1. Concentrating on her finish, Lori Demoro strokes furiously towards the wall. 2. Debbie Sanders and Heather Hunt joke around while awaiting their turn to enter the pool. 3. Cindy Parker enthusiastically urges her teammates toward victory. 4. Lap counter Brenda Newport, informs her teammate that she has three lengths left in the race. 112 GIRLS’ SWIMMING Firit Row: Lon Demoro. Chris Okon, Heather Hunt, Co-Captain Kelly Broderick, Co-Captain Gen Bonfiglio, Tracey Cofiell, Natalie iVanderheiden, Coach Lengyel Second Row; Coach Lessard, Kathy Hoinoski, Cindy Parker, Sharon Ball, Debbie Sanders, Lisa Raffia, Michele Michaud, Faye McCulley, Brenda Newport, Robin Ottman, Kelly Callahan 113 Page 114 1. Shawn McConnell intently concentrates on his backstroke. 2. Dave Drapeau holds the lap counter to tell his teammate he only has five more laps to go. 3. The hours of practicing a perfect pike position pay off for Chet Tibbils. 4. With great determination Dan Ottman heads toward the wall. 5. Dave Crawford’s somersault dive is gracefully executed! Page 115 2. Mike Okon receives his time from Assistant Coach, Mr. Lessard. 3. Instead of " lap time " it ' s “nap time " for Bill Ball!! 114 OYS’ SWIMMING irst Row: Bruce Ottman, Captain Bill Ball, Captain Dan Ottman, Captain Jeff Smith, Ray Demeo, Dave Drapeau, Craig Pfeifer, econd Row: Chris Okon (manager), Jim Fenton, Richard Mormino, Ehrich Grein, Marc Criscitelli, Mike Okon, Pete Rayna, Dominick ePaolo, Peter Miko . hird Row: Coach Ken Lessard, Shawn McConnell, Joel Ziemnicki, Dave Crawford, ChetTibbils, Coach Bob Lengyel. Perspiration + Perseverance + Talented, Smart Athletes = Success in Athletics 115 Coach Lengyel 1982-83 BOYS ' SWIMMING SCORES 5 WINS 5 LOSSES Fermi . 71 Windsor 53 Fermi . 72 Manchester ... 54 Fermi . 58 Wethersfield ... 69 Fermi . 66 Windsor Locks . 56 Fermi . 52 Windham 72 Fermi . 60 Hall 67 Fermi . 72 Penney 47 Fermi . 63 Conard 64 Fermi . 67 Enfield 60 Fermi . 59 Bulkely 67 The goals of the Fermi boys’ basketball program this year was to be competitive in every game, to develop each individual to his full potential, to promote team play, respect for fellow players and good sportsmanship. We accomplished every goal and look forward to a bright future for our program. Page 116 2. Walt Babut gracefully does a lay-up despite his opponent for two points. 3. During a time-out, Coach Morton discusses new strategy with his team to regain the lead. 4. Bill Villani attempts to draw a charging foul on his opponent. Page 117 1 . Walt Babut is driving towards the basket. 2. Awaiting the right moment, Jim Jubrey anticipates his next move. 3. John LeBlanc joins in the high-five ritual his opponents are performing. 4. Confronted by two defensive players. Ed Tenero executes a jump shot. 5. Bill Villani advances down court for a fast break. Coach Morton 1982-83 BOYS ' BASKETBALL SCORES 7 WINS 13 LOSSES Fermi ... 57 Hall 60 Fermi . . . 47 Penney 62 Fermi ... 74 E Hartford 53 Fermi 64 Rockville 66 Fermi .53 Simsbury 62 Fermi ... 59 Windham 68 Fermi ... 76 Wethersfield 47 Fermi ... 40 Manchester 67 Fermi ... 49 Windsor Locks 53 Fermi ... 72 Enfield 56 Fermi . . . 61 Conard 57 Fermi ... 56 Hall 57 Fermi ... 53 Penney 74 Fermi ... 63 E. Hartford 39 Fermi ... 54 Simsbury 76 Fermi ... 80 Windham 90 Fermi ... 77 Wethersfield 50 Fermi ... 60 Manchester 66 Fermi ... 52 Conard 56 Fermi ... 65 Enfield 62 116 FALCONS aA f Of f»75 ARSITY BASKETBALL |r»t Row: Tri-Captain Chris Deni, Tri-Captain Tenero. Jcond Row: Coach Phil Morton, Jon LeBlanc, Frank Pasini, Toby Timton, Don Webb, Brian Donnelly, Tri-Captain Walt Babut, m Jubrey, Steve Michaud, David Weber, Bill Villani, Anita Cote (manager). 117 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL First Row: Charlie Veto, Billy Spanswick, Doug Langlois, Jim White, Bob Heim, Marc Johnson, Bob Blaser. Second Row: Anita Cote (manager). Brad Moskowicz, Captain Don Webb, Steve Michaud, Chris Chapman, Frank Pasini, Chri Cox, Coach Pete Hovey. 118 Page 118 1 . Bill Villani, Chris Deni, and Dave Weber rush to their teammate, Jim Jubrey, to assist in his fast break. 2. Pleading for mercy from the invincible Dave Weber, Number 25 gets down on his knees. 3. Heavily guarded by his opponent, Chris Deni passes the ball off to a teammate. 4. Closely observed by the referee Ed Tenero maneuvers the ball across the half court line. Page 119 1. To his opponent’s amazement Chris Deni commands the ball to, “Stay! " 2. Under the backboard, Jim Jubrey and Walt Babut fight to free the ball. 3. Using a strong defense Dave Weber denies his opponent possession of the ball. 4. Hey, you do The Can Can, too? questions Walt Babut of his opponent. 5. Giants among men, Jim Jubrey and his opponent tower above their teammates while grabbing a rebound. Page 120 1 . Pat Javorski and Amy Romano proceed to set a trap for their opponent. 2. In desperation, Besty Wosko tries in vain to block her opponent ' s shot. 3. Lisa Garcia and her opponent race for the loose ball. 4. A sneak attack by Amy Romano saves two points for Fermi’s Falcons. 5. During a jump ball. Kym Hesse battles for possession of the ball. Page 121 2. Lisa Hoinoski receives a pass from teammate Lisa Garcia for an easy two points. 3. Pat Javorski. Lisa Hoinoski and Amy Romano create a defensive wall against their opponent. 120 VARSITY BASKETBALL First Row: Tammy Villani, Lisa Hoinoski, Patty Nabors. Karen English, Pat Javorski, Denise Villani, Besty Wosko. Second Row: Coach Diane Derose. Lisa Garcia, Sue Soltys, Amy Rorhano, Captain Lisa Riley. Kym Hesse, Sondra Overstrom, Jane Swiatek (Statistics Coordinator), Coach Gene Ryczek. Missing from picture Kris Michalsen. 1982-83 GIRLS ' BASKETBALL SCORES 8WINS 10 LOSSES Fermi . 33 Hall 34 Fermi . . 38 Penney . . 54 Fermi . 66 E Hartford . 26 Fermi . . 42 Simsbury . . 36 Fermi . 53 Windham . . 52 Fermi . 45 Wethersfield 35 Fermi . 39 Manchester 43 Fermi . 42 Enfield 33 Fermi . 52 Conard . 54 Fermi 39 Hall 51 Fermi 43 Penney 46 Fermi 50 E Hartford . 28 Fermi 45 Simsbury 39 (OT) Fermi 39 Windham 42 Fermi 39 Wethersfield 40 Fermi 41 Manchester 43 Fermi 39 Conard 52 Fermi , 44 Enfield 43 If you do your best, and only you will know if it is your best, then you are successful and the actual score is immaterial whether you win or lose. When you fail to do your best, you have failed, even though the score might have been in your favor. Coach Ryczek 121 Page 122 1. Secretly hoping his team will win, Coach Ryczek intently watches the game. 2. Being confronted by two defensive players, Patty Nabors attempts to take a shot. 3. " Raise your hand if you’re sure " that Pat Javorski will win the toss!! 4. Aspiring Air Traffic Controller Lisa Hoinoski directs the action on the basketball court. Page 123 2. In an awkward position, John LeDoux tries to overtake his opponent. 3. Joel Davidson accrues points for Fermi ' s Wrestling Team with a well executed head lock. 122 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL First Row: Tammy Villani, Linda Giordano, Lisa Borkoski, Kym Hesse, Caroline Peraro, Becky Ryder. Second Row: Coach Diane Derose, Nancy Smyth, Debbie Kearney, Jackie Yeager, Chris Cotnoir, Kelly Neill, Captain Sheree Bouthiette, Jane Swiatek (Statistics Coordinator). 1982-83 WRESTLING SCORES 8 WINS 10 LOSSES 1 TIE Fermi .12 Norwich Free Academy . 44 Fermi . . 28 Bristol Eastern 42 Fermi . . 23 Bristol Central 28 Fermi . . 55 Weaver 9 Fermi .. 54 Rockville 12 Fermi . . 19 Windham 44 Fermi . . 24 Buckley 37 Fermi . . 47 Platt 19 Fermi .. 35 Guilford 14 Fermi . . 30 Farmington 30 Fermi ..11 Hall 48 Fermi . . 29 Manchester 30 Fermi . 42 E. Hartford 18 Fermi . . 36 Morgan 26 Fermi ... 0 Daniel Hand 54 Fermi ... 6 Conard 59 Fermi . . 16 Simsbury 36 Fermi . . 45 Penney 19 Fermi . . 38 Wethersfield 27 Fermi . . 18 Enfield 56 Coach Beahm In a sport such as wrestling, maximum per- formance gains are accomplished through goal setting. Once those goals are reached, goals must be reestablished and the process continues. In this way, each match is looked at as a learning experience, building to the state tournament where skills and techni- ques are perfected. JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING First Row: Ken Carson. Joe Passaretti, Rich Decker, Steve Bajek, Steve Carson, Bernie Foote. Second Row: Andy Raymond, Mark Kaiser, Matt Jeaniak, Matt Mormmo, Todd Vining, Rick Stanio, Captain Carl Pieper, Coach Carmen Delvecchio. 100 Page 124 1 . Assistant Coach Carmen Delvecchio shouts encouragement to his wrestlers. 2. Scott Gurry successfully pins his opponent down. 3. John LeDoux attempts to throw his opponent to the mat. 4. The official declares Jeff Levine the winner! 5. With great determination Pat Hart attempts to roll his wrestling rival over. Page 125 1 . Pat Hart forcefully tries to escape his opponent’s pin. 2. Paul Chapman congratulates teammate Joel Davidson for a challenging match well played. 3. Scott Gurry prepares to make his move to pin his opponent. 4. After a successful pin, Paul Chapman awaits the referee’s signal to release his opponent. 124 VARSITY WRESTLING Flr»t Row: Paul Deschenes. Mike Beaudry. Chris Camara. Jerry Ceniglio. Pete Veto. Brian Girard. Second Row: Co-Captain Joe Chappell. Co-Captain John LeDoux. Scott Gurry. Paul Chapman. Pat Hart. Jeff Levine. Joel David- 125 son. Assistant Coach Carmen Delvecchio. • ' v ' .■ ' C ■ " ' Page 126 1 . Bill Marino drops to his knees to thwart a scoring attempt. 2. Defenseman Eric Rauschenbach starts a breakout from deep in his end. 3. Gaeton Letourneau follows through as the puck finds its way to the net. 4. Dan Merritt " checks out " the ice surface. 5. The " Crew” gets psyched before a game. Page 127 2. Center Scott Kertanis circles the net and stuffs the puck past a startled goaltender. 3. Senior Chris Smith reaches out to gather in a loose puck. Fermi STATE TOURNAMENT ..11 Trumbull .. 4 Fermi . 7 Westhill . 2 Fermi ...7 N. Haven . . 4 Fermi ...8 S. Windsor ...5 126 STATE CHAMPIONS! HOCKEY First Row: Eric Rauschenbach, Kevin LaCroix, Tri-Captain Chris Smith, Sean Pagnam, Bill Marino, Paul Degregorio, Tri-Captain Gaeton Letourneau, Tri-Captain Scott Kertanis. Second Row: Assistant Coach Jim Forbes, Dan Giordano, Rob Harmon, Troy Bruno, Jeff Mule, Eric Haglund, Jeff Perkins, Chris Driscoll, Paul Lessard, Marc Fiore, Tom Gavreau, Dan Merritt, Chuck Sutherland, Todd Swenson, Coach Rich Miltz. 1982-83 BOYS ' HOCKEY SCORES WINS 16 LOSSES 7 TIES 1 Fermi 9 Conard . . 4 Fermi . 7 Windsor . . 1 Fermi 2 Suffield 4 Fermi 4 E Catholic , . . .. 5 Fermi 9 Hall . 1 Fermi 6 S. Windsor . . . 8 Fermi 5 Wethersfield 4 Fermi 4 Conard 5 Fermi 3 Suffield 3 (OT) Fermi ,5 Simsbury . 4 (OT) Fermi 8 Hall . 0 Fermi ....2 Enfield . 7 Fermi ... 1 Rockville . . 2 Fermi 4 S Windsor . . 5 (OT) Fermi 5 Wethersfield 4 (OT) Fermi 5 Simsbury 2 Fermi 6 Rockville . 3 Fermi 4 E Catholic . . . 0 Fermi 2 Enfield 4 Fermi 13 Windsor 5 Coach Miltz Work! Work! Work! Love! Love! Love! Communicate and reach the top together!! 127 Page 128 1 . Linemates Marc Fiore, Chris Smith, and Gaeton Letourneau congratulate each other after a goal. 2, Concentrating on the play in front of him, defenseman Chuck Sutherland braces himself for a bodycheck. 3. High-scoring forward Jeff Mule slips another one past the goaltender. 4. Defenseman Rob Harmon checks Bill Marino ' s heartbeat after an opposing goal. 5. Junior Chris Driscoll looks for a pass as he hustles up the ice. 6. Jeff Perkins watches his shot sail towards the goal. Page 129 1 . Senior Lisa Woods exclaims, “Hey, we can win! " 3. During halftime at the Thanksgiving Day football game, Russ Balboni, the Fermi Falcon, entertains the crowd. 4. While getting down, Matti Calcasola dazzles the crowd. 128 VARSITY CHEERLEADING First Row; Lon Krasinski, Marcy Coolen, Co-Captain Shelly Heldreth, Co-Captain Sue Spanswick, Jackie Manizza, Beth Strapp, Second Row: Miss Civale, Denise Giaccone. Matti Calcasola, Lisa Woods, Lisa Bouchard. Shelia Rabb, Julie Zdebski. 129 130 P ill |i JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADING 7inn First Row: Jane Rontey, Kathleen Parakilas, Kathleen Banahan, Sheila Tomkiewicz, Melisa Keenan, Debra Zipp Second Row: Maureen Slattery, Theresa Trady, Donna Vella, Tricia Malcynski. Tonya Day, Patti Jensen, Advisor Mary Civale. Page 130 1. The cheerleaders have " got it all together. " 2. Sue Spanswick performs some " Broadway moves " during the halftime show. 3. An orange juice refresher invigorates Sheila Rabb during a halftime break. 4. Jackie Manizza stares in amazement at the enthusiasm of the crowd. Page 131 1 . The varsity cheerleaders await the arrival of the football team. 2. Two by two and side by side, the cheerleaders show their Falcon pride! 3. Beth Strapp encourages the crowd to " get involved. " 4. Keeping warm is part of the game for the cheerleaders, too. 5. Shelly Heldreth strikes a pose that is sure to be an eye-catcher. PEP RALLIES FIGHT SONG Enrico Fermi High School we ' re for you. We proudly show your colors black, white, and blue. Spirit high, we ' ll always do our best With an F-E-R-M-l for you. The fighting falcons out for victory The score goes up, let ' s cheer, yes, we will always be Fighting, winning, to achieve our goal Stand and give a yell for victory. Page 132 1. Ann Breslin, Sue Bugai, and Ann Thibodeau are proud to be " Super Seniors.” 2. Fermi football captain. John Russotto, inspires school spirit before the big Thanksgiving Day Game. 3. Can the Fermi football team play as well as they perform? 4. At the pep rally, the cheerleaders get the crowd ready by starting the " Class Spirit Cheer. " 5. Precision and timing are expertly combined by the Colorguard and Band at the pep rally. Page 133 1 . In a surge of energy, Lisa Riley and Sue Bugai express their enthusiasm. 2. The Fermi gridders anxiously await their moment in the spotlight. 3. The Varsity cheerleaders always stick together. 4. The cheerleaders perform a picture-perfect mount. 5. Sign-spelling seniors are spellbound with spirit. 133 TOBYTIMION BETSY WOSKO Football — Junior First team end and kicker Caught 42 passes for 473 yards Scored 6 TD’s and 1 2- point conversion Converted 12 of 15 extra points Averaged 42 yards on 31 kick-offs Volleyball — Junior First team Served 134 points in 14 games Nominated by 9 CCIL coaches Dedicated player and natural athlete CAROL JAWOROWSKI ROBIN OTTMAN Volleyball — Junior First team Served 189 points in 20 games Nominated by 9 CCIL Coaches 1982 Most Valuable Player Swimming — Sophomore First team — 100 yd. butterfly First team — 200 yd. individual medley Holds school records for 7 of 8 events PAT JAVORSKI AMY ROMANO Field hockey — Senior First team right wing 5 goals, 2 assists 1982 captain Field hockey — Junior First team center halfback 1 goal this year Returning next year as captain DAVE COTE MAGNUS NILSSON Cross Country — Junior First team Returning next year as team captain Soccer — Senior First team center halfback striker 16 goals, 5 assists Swedish transfer student Fermi’s all time leading scorer TIM BANAHAN Football — Senior Second team quarterback Completed 89 of 171 passes for 909 yds. Threw 1 1 TD passes and 3 two-point conversions Rushed for 608 yds. and 8 TD’s 1982 Most Valuable Back JOHN LEDOUX Football — Senior Second team linebacker Team-leading 62 primary tackles Team-leading 160 defensive points 134 CHRIS LEMAY CHRIS SMITH Soccer — Senior Second team halfback fullback 1 goal, 2 assists Defensive stopper Team leader 1982 captain JIM WHEAT Football — Senior Second team lineman 54 primary tackles 3 quarterback sacks 155 defensive points 1982 Most Valuable Lineman Football — Senior Second team linebacker 130 defensive points HEIDI BRODTMAN Field Hockey — Junior Second team goalie 3 shutouts JOHN RUSSOTTO Football — Senior Honorable mention back Led team with 3 interceptions 129 defensive points 1982 captain BILLVILLANI Soccer — Senior Second team forward 2 goals, 4 assists First man to ball at all costs Exceptionally quick forward WILLIE DEMERS Soccer — Senior Honorable mention striker 2 goals, 6 assists Speed merchant 1982 captain LIEM VU Soccer — Senior Honorable mention halfback Ball control player Stabilized team CARL SGAMBOTI Soccer — Senior Honorable mention halfback Outstanding dribbling skills LYNELLE NEUFER Cross Country — Junior Honorable mention Returning next year as team captain MARK HIGLEY Cross Country — Junior Honorable mention Returning next year as team captain 135 ACTIVITIES Getting involved. Picture . . . over half of Fermi’s stu- dent body after school actively participating in the twenty clubs and the many sports offered. Picture many of those groups larger in number due to new freshman enrollment and to increased upperclassmen enthusiasm. Picture this en- thusiasm promoting school spirit. Picture students developing their talents in the weight training room, in the library, in the band and chorus rooms, in the gym- nasium, in the pool, in the yearbook room, and in the Cafe Rendezvous. Picture other students utilizing their abilities on the ski slopes, on 50% of Fermi’s student body participates in after school activities!! the courts, on the stage, and on the staffs of the newspaper and literary magazine. Picture over sixty teachers and admin- istrators advising and support- ing these activities. Picture those teachers and students interacting. Picture their rela- tionships growing in cam- radery. Picture sharing expec- tations, accomplishments, frustrations, triumphs and disappointments. Picture a sense of humor, a necessary asset to making it all possible. Picture the exchange of knowledge: imagination, com- munication, and organization. Picture the exchange of respect and esteem . . . Picture the rewards of getting in- volved!!! 137 Homecoming 1 . Is that what Fermi High Seniors look like ? 2. Frank DirrigI announces the 1982-1983 Homecoming Queen. 3. Hey Mike Ciriello, are you dancing or is the floor hot? 4. This year ' s Queen, Beth Strapp. and her escort, Chris Deni, are accompanied by the Court: Tim Banahan, Lori Krasinski, Mike Hartley, Jackie Manizza, Lynnette Gebhart, Kevin LaCroix, Kris Panaccione and Mike Agro. 5. The candidates for Homecoming Queen and their escorts wait apprehensively before the winner is announced. 1. Samantha Parkman and Lynne Kaupin proudly guard their Senior Float. 2. A cold, but happy, Heidi DirrigI accepts the second place award for the sophomore float. 3. Mr. Ross judges the fine workmanship of the Senior Float. 4. “Do you want to smurf around?” 5. “We did it!!” yelled Scott Kaupin upon receiving the first place trophy. Lamplighters 2. Pooh (Joe Passaretti) and Tigger (Lisa Raymond) ponder the question, " Where is Eeyore ' s tail? " 3. Christopher Robins (Peter Catania), Rabbit (Barb Macon), and Pooh (Joe Passaretti) plan a birthday party for Eeyore. 140 1. The Lamplighter Officers: Bob Sylvester, President; Lynette Demoro, Secretary; Dean Bachelder, Member Outstanding, and John Baker, Treasurer. 2. Eeyore’s tail is nowhere to be found. 3. High and low. Pooh (Joe Passaretti) searches for Eeyore’s (Chuck Maggio) tail. 4. Michele Landry and Dorie Scalia explain the thickening plot. 5. Pooh (Joe Passaretti) enjoys his favorite sticky food, honey. 141 Down Hill Ski Club Senior Ski Club 142 Cross Country Ski Club 2 Down Hill Ski Club Officers: First Row: David Cote, Secretary; Bryan Shewokis, Treasurer. Second Row: Brian Gallagher, Co-President; David Bromage, Co-President. 3. Ski club member Magnus Nilsson is anxious to hit the slopes. Future Nurses’ Club First Row: Tom Bellantuono, Vivian Maier, Louise Lopez, Annette Corneroli, Lisa Brooks, Tammy Cloutier, Lisa Picard. Second Row: Gloria Lloyd, Matti Calcasola, Conni DeVenero, Shelly Heldreth, Kris Beebe, Lynette DeMoro, Gina Derosier, Nancy Pzeracki. Weight Training Club First Row: Mike Thibodeau, Shane Dietz, Chris Stack, Todd Vining, Jim Johnson. Second Row: Matt Rooney, Matt Strickland, Mike DiMartino, Mr. Snipe, Charlie Veto, Mike Malley. 144 Fun Run First Row; Kris Panaccione, Darlene Celino, Dean Batchelder, Jane Swiatek. Second Row: Mr. Wood, Mrs. Bueker, Mrs. Heffernan. Bowling Club First Row: Rich Tardif, Mike Cotnoir, Tony Liro. Second Row: Matt Smith, Jim Tardif, Rich Bartolf, Erik Percoski, Jane Lavoie. Third Row: Tony Ferris, Wesley Summers, Vin Arnone, Mike Grip, Mrs. Shea, Mrs. DeVyIder. 145 As Schools Match Wits Computer Club Laurie Krzynowek, Ehrich Grein, Wes Summers. 146 First Row: Chris Stack, Fred McGhee. Joe Commo, Phil Cisco, Tom Gilly, Jim Shelton. Second Row: Bob Donlon, Mrs. Condron, Mrs. Varanka. International Club Model U.N. First Row: Dawne Ceresky, Sheree Bouthiette, Tricia Agro, Karen Lawson, Daniela Linoce, Kathy Sterling Second Row: Sharon Ouimet. Mrs. Young, Lucy Maher, Kristen Michalsen, Magnus Nilsson, Mike Ciriello, Chris Ceresky. 147 First Row: Mike Ciriello, Joe Churchill Second Row: Dave Bromage, Tom Gilly 2. Desiree McGuire keeps the Munchenette spic ' n ' span. 3 Mike Killeen busily chops onions to prepare for the breakfast rush. 1 148 House Office And Library Aides Peer Counseling First Row: Elisa Broderick, Juan Tosoni, Nicole Bennett, Nancy Campbell. Second Row: Amy Chapman, Claire Butterworth, MaryEllen Butterworth, Steve Kindseth, Michelle Choquette. Third Row: Deneen Toman, Paul Letourneau, Michele Landry, Gen Bonfiglio, Mr. Rago 149 First Row: Robert Boutilier, Marty LeGault, Rusty Hyde. Second Row: Lori Caneveri, Lynn Peteroski, Denise Villani, Paula Young. F.B.L.A. F.B.L.A. Officers: First Row: Joe Dumas, President, Lon McGrath, Secretary; Jane Vasseur, Vice President. Second Row: Tern O’Hara, Reporter. Beth Panella, Historian. Third Row: Geri Bonfiglio, Treasurer; Scott Kaupin, Parliamentarian. D.E.C.A. 2. At the school store, Stacey Masse feeds the hunger pangs of Fermi’s students. 3. D.E.C.A. Officers: Lorri Nuccio, Historian; Gina Guillmette, Vice President; Wendy Dove, President; Christine Samson, Secretary. 151 National Honor Society 2. Kris Kelliher assists Kris Panaccione in counting the money earned during the National Honor Society ' s flower sale. 3 Officers: Cathi Swiatek, Vice President: Tom Marocchini. President; Kris Panaccione, Treasurer; Ann Breslin, Secretary. 152 Student Faculty Senate Officers: First Row: Jennifer Carnes, Secretary; Frank DirrigI, President. Second Row: Kris Kelliher, Treasurer; Scott Kaupin, Vice President; Heather Hunt, Secretary; Lisa Riley, Parliamentarian. 153 The Pulse The Pulse was established in 1980. After the faculty advisor. Ms. Folio, left Fermi in 1981, Mrs. Jonaitis and Ms. Mackley became the new faculty advisors. While newspaper sales make up a small part of the publishing fee. The Pulse’s major source of income is from the sale of advertising space. With the hard work of the staff and ad- visors, The Pulse is, and will continue to be, a high-quality newspaper. First Row: John Korona, Cindy Pallotta, Paul Letourneau. Second Row: Kris Kelliher, Lori Krasinski, John Rooke, Marcy Webb, Elaine Robbins. Literary Magazine Laurie Krzynowek, Allen Brunelle, Kim Derech, Patty Scully, Doug Nicholas. This year, Reflections, the Enrico Fermi High School literary magazine published a 1983 locker-size calendar as well as the Reflections magazine for which it is noted. The fourth annual Short Story Contest again proved suc- cessful. One can certainly say that this Thursday afternoon “cluster of creativity " contributed its share to the fine art of writing. The 1983 Reflections ' staff included: Editor-In-Chief Doug Nicholas Production Editor Laurie Krzynowek Art Editor Pam Ciccone Staff Members Gretchen Anderson Alan Brunelle Beth Chapman Kim Derech Patti Duffy Cindy Rayna Peter Rayna First Row: Dennis Arseneault, Jennifer Carnes, Brenda Lee, Kim Vose. Second Row: Co-editor Katie McKeown, Co-editor Mary Wachowiak, Marcy Coolen, Katy Stauble, Samantha Parkman, Marcy Webb. Third Row: Pat Javorski, Tim Banahan, Gary Williams, John Russotto, Chris Smith. Page 156 2. Chris Smith, Sports Editor, concentrates intently on his typing. 3. Jennifer Carnes applaudes the reaching of another yearbook milestone. Page 157 1. Brenda Lee asks Katy Stauble to help put quad-paks in order to send to the Taylor Publishing Company. 2. Tim Banahan would rather be doing his World Classics homework. 3 Marcy Coolen measures a quad-pak so she can crop pictures. 4 Hard-working Kim Vose diligently accomplishes the job. 5. The headaches of yearbook prove to be strenuous for Pat Javorski. 6. Decisions, decisions . . . Mary Wachowiak searches for the perfect picture 3 ( 156 Page 158 1 Marcy Webb dedicates her time and effort to the yearbook. 2. Mary Wachowiak: " Our Editor " 3 John Russotto contemplates his next assignment for deadline week. 4. Piece by piece, the yearbook begins to take shape. 5 Amidst the busy confusion of the yearbook room, Katie McKeown finds time to aid Kim Vose with her knotted necklace. Page 159 1 Taking an indepth look, Kim Vose solves the problem at hand, 2. Jennifer Carnes and Sam Parkman put finishing touches on their quad-paks. 3. " What’s going on? " questions John Russotto, 4. Dennis Arseneault and Jennifer Carnes suddenly discover they ' ve made a mistake. 5. Chris Smith and John Russotto burst with laughter during a humorous moment in Seminar 33. 6. In search of new ideas, Tim Banahan and Gary Williams resort to the trusty yearbook manual. 158 ' Rand Council First Row: Mary Wachowiak, Drum Major: Jim Tardif, Freshman Representative; Karen Debonis, Ma- jorette Captain. I ' Second Row: Beth Snyder , Manager; Jill Kowalchuck. Treasurer; Tina Sinacore, Vice President. |. Third Row: Terry Metta. Rifle Captain; Todd Avery. Sophomore Representative; Lucy Maher, Colorguard •t Captain; Phil Whiteway. President; Sharon Ouimet. Secretary; Laurie Snyder, Manager; Michelle Cor- I mier. Librarian. Page 160 1. The Fermi percussion section functions as the " heartbeat " of the band during the half-time show. 2. The Colorguard members " can- can " really cheer during the football festivities. 3. Robin Ottman questions Julie Doak, " Listen, do you want to know a secret?” 4. Fermi’s “caped avenger”, alias drum major Mary Wachowiak, leads the band for the " Fight Song " . 5. A few band members punch out a cheer for the football team and fans. 6. Terry Metta concentrates on a winning half-time show. Page 161 2. “The Charge Cheer” is led by Courtney Gaylor playing the baritone. 3. Kathy Stanio intently watches the football game after her half-time performance. 161 Jazz Ensemble 1 . Rodney Bungard returns to Fermi ' s Jazz Band, offering his assistance to complete the overall sound. 2. The Jazz Band trumpet section blends to create an harmonious presentation. 162 1 . Whistling while she works, Mary Wachowiak waits for the perfect time to start the music. 2. Sharon Dunakin and Cathy Plourde happily enjoy another Fermi Victory. 3. Tuba trio Erik Percoski, Wade Patchell, and Todd Avery harmonize during the pre-game show. 4. Although unorganized off the field, the Fermi Band proved they had it all together during the football season. 5. If Paul Kelly continues to excel in his junior year, he is sure to be a winner in his senior year. 6. Trombonist Phil Whiteway solos during " Sophisticated Ladies.” 163 Colorguard and Rifles First Row: Cindy Huggard, Lori Boulay, Terry Metta, Becky LaCombe, Kim Jensen. Second Row: Marisa Bosco, Dani Linoce, Cathy Bowler, Karen Jenco, Dawn Finley, Kelly Woods, Lucy Maher, Liz Fitzgerald, Carrie Pawlyshyn, Chris Doherty, Sue Giangrasso, Sharon Dunakin, Teresa Bosco, Linda Paulo. Majorettes Paige Roberts, Dawne Ceresky, Karen Debonis, Kim Stuart, Kathy Anderson, Karen Lawson. 164 Concert Choir Mixed Chorus 165 UNDERCLASSMEN Moving in. Picture . . . this year ' s freshman and sophomore classes coming en masse from the closed junior high to Fermi High School. Picture, in the initial week of school, those freshmen and sophomores seeking comfort in the familiar faces of teachers who also transferred to Fermi. Picture the in- crease of homework and responsibility that the transition from junior to senior high school demands. Picture the ap- proval of “weighted grades " , commen- cing in the fall of 1982 and affecting the course selection of the freshman and sophomore classes. Picture the junior class trying to remain uninfluenced while having to cope with the changes at Fermi. Picture the juniors in conflict with the amazingly altered hallways, crowded with 25% more people, many of them strangers. Picture the hopes of all students in search of a profitable four year educa- tion and the aspirations of students gaining preparation for the future. In the 1982-83 school year, each of Fermi’s four classes were faced with changes that challenged the patience, the dedication and the flexibility of all. However, some experiences proved to be rewarding for the freshman and sophomore classes. Never before had these two classes participated in Homecoming events. Through the pro- duction of class floats each respective class began to understand what class spirit was really about. Each class was introduced to the Student-Faculty- Senate, a much more involved and larger organization than the junior high ' s Student Council. The Freshman sports teams, a new division of the sport’s program, participated suc- cessfully in their athletic events. Both the freshman and the sophomore classes were invited to take PSAT ' s, to join in the many new clubs and ac- tivities at Fermi, and to attend the Freshman Sophomore Welcome Dance. The Welcome Dance and the plan- ning of the Senior prom would not have taken place without the Junior Class. The juniors were faced with the changes at Fermi also, but some policies remained the same for them. Only juniors were nominated as new members to the National Honor Society. Junior volunteers from the Student-Faculty-Senate helped clean the school grounds in preparation for the outdoor graduation ceremony. Other juniors were selected as ushers and usherettes for graduation, an event that preceeded their final exams of the school year. In addition to these exams, some college-bound juniors opted to take SAT ' s; other students would return in the fall to take their college boards or Achievement tests in their senior year. Picture selecting courses for a new school year. Picture the anxiousness of advancing to a higher grade. Picture the enthusiasm of returning from a long summer. Picture receiving new books for classes. Picture purchasing new notebooks, new pencils and plenty of erasable pens. Picture all of these supplies packed into new lockers. Pic- ture the opening of a new school year. Picture the underclassmen MOVING IN. Underclassmen Officers Junior Class Officers: Darrell Crowley, Secretary; Joe Churchill, Vice President; Dean Bat- chelder. President; Christina Haverstick, Historian; Marie Callahan, Treasurer; Joe Dumas, Historian (missing). Sophomore Class Officers: First Row: Kim Porcello, Vice President; Heidi DirrigI, President; Second Row: Marijean Panella, Treasurer; Kathy Parakilas, Historian; Kim DeMaria, Secretary. Freshmen Class Officers: First Row: Heather Dubian, Treasurer; Robert McFarlane, President; Second Row: Ellen Binnenkade, Director of Activities; Ann Marie Vassalotti, Historian; Betsy LeBlanc, Secretary. 168 Class Advisors Sophomore Class Advisors: Miss Wescott, Mr. Creedon. 1 r L fif Wi 1 i 1 Junior Class Advisors: Mrs. Parakilas, Mrs. O ' Brien, Mrs. Palmer. Freshmen Class Advisors: Mrs. Barmak, Mr. Giangrasso. 169 170 ♦ • Page 170 1 . Marijean Panella helps Pat Lynch guide the spoon full of baby food into her mouth. 2. 1 WANT YOU TO JOIN THE DANCE! demands Joe Dumas. 3. Kim Wiiczynski and Glen Buckley take time out to enjoy a slow one at the Welcome Dance. 4. Kim DeMaria and Heidi DirrigI have conflicting thoughts about the baby food. 5. Open wide Kelly Callahan, it’s time for dinner! Page 171 1 . Cathy Vassaloti and company enjoy the Disc Jockey’s performance at the Welcome Dance. 2. Russ Langill obviously was a Gerber Baby! 3. Melissa Mips is surprised while dancing. 4. “Who is the owner of this shoe?” questions Joe Dumas. “I need to find my dance partner!” 171 FRESHMEN TEAMS FRESHMEN FOOTBALL First Row: Ian Sweeney, Thomas Dowd, Co-Captain Lawrence DuFraine, Co-Captain Keith Edwards, Patrick Gowdy, James O’Brien, Richard Glowacki. Second Row: Coach Stacio, James Blanchfield, David Dewey, Bruce Beckford, Bryan Tomkiewicz, Michael Murry, Michael Jacques, Coach Leavitt. Third Row: Todd Tweeddale, Andrew Raymond, Eric Mance, Gary Chappell, Robert Stefaniak, Joesph Hein, David Lizzotte, Jeff Nicholas. FRESHMEN SOCCER First Row: Tri-Captain Pete Smith, Paul Richard, Tri-Captain Brian Nolan, Tri-Captain Dana Riley. Second Row: Ron Emrick, Paul Mailhot, Tim White, Chris Allison, Jon Carnes, Eric Kozilowski, Bernie Foote. Third Row: Heather Siemienkowicz (manager), Scott Ritchotte, Rich Decker, Steve Agustus, Chris Agro, Linda Potter, Brain Bousquet, Mike Okon, Dave Maee, Tammy Kelly (manager), Coach Larry Andersen. FRESHMEN BASKETBALL First Row: Jim Callahan, Mark Wisnesky, Co-Captain Bill Spanswick, Co-Captain Bruce Beckford, Tom Halligan, Louie Veto. Second Row: Larry Dufraine, Chris Allison, Mark Michaud, Todd Tweedale, Bill Garrity, Gary Chappell, Eric Waskiel, Coach Bob Powers. FRESHMEN FIELD HOCKEY First Row: Harthe Christiansen, Co-Captain Chris Shewokis, Co-Captain Annmaire Vassallotti, Lisa Borkoski, Nancy Peraro, Linda Mur- phy, Mary Daglio. Second Row: Coach Janice McCarthy, Heather Dubian (manager), Linda Giordano, Kathy Kurkul, Debbie Kearney, Donna Gandolfo, Kris- ty Harmon, Lisa Gauvreau. 173 Page 174 1. First period gym classes are always tough to handle. 2. Kristine Dobriski and Marie Callahan try to win the battle of selling prom tickets. 3. Becky Ryder is caught in the act of snacking during a study hall. 4. “What ? Only two couples are going to the Junior Prom?” asks Heather Hunt. Page 175 1. “Stretch that body!” 2. Jane Swiatek: Covergirl 1983. 3. Just as weary as Walt Babut on his crutches is his book carrier Karen Caldon. 4. Michelle Jacques and Kathy Doboz share a laugh in the hall between midterm exams. 1 . Walt Babut practices his foul shooting during lunchtime. 2. Chemistry comes easy for Carol Jaworowski. 3. Unsuspecting flutist Patty Scully is caught by the photographer ' s flash. 4. While pondering over an Advanced Chemistry theory, Darren Burns momentarily gets lost in space. Underclassmen 176 177 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . Kelly Donahue and Kelley Catalina chat during a break. Ann Magleora and Irene Griffith take a breather from their long, tiring field hockey practice. Lisa Tenerowicz tries to direct traffic during lunch in the cafe. Day dreaming in English class is Tim Pilkington ' s favorite pastime. Page 178 1 . Beth Snyder performs dual functions for the band: manager and electric pianist. 2. Rifle captain Becky Lacombe assumes " the attitude of quietude " for Mr. Crochiere. 3. Pat Lynch looks back at the end of a long day. 4 The junior girls keep the gossip circulating at Fermi. Page 179 1 . Gus Spicer and Lisa Mitchell ham it up for this one. 2. A light tap on the shoulder is enough to get Betsy Wosko’s attention. 3. Genie Hietala proves that when the photographer is near, everyone smiles. 4. Dave Crawford keeps time for the Boys ' Swim Team. 5. Jane Swiatek is caught talking instead of studying for the midterm exams. 178 1 . 2 . 4. Fermi sporting events attract a wide variety of spectators. With a look of relief on her face, Kim Anderson exits the nurse ' s office. 3. Matt Strickland finds out what school looks like from a freshman’s point of view, in the morning, T ammy Villani struggles to get her coat off. 2 1 . Dawn Finley and Kelly Woods go through their precision maneuvers. 2. Between school and practice, Chris Dobrzycki and Kathy Vassalotti find a quiet moment to do some homework. 3. Even during practice, Gretchen Harger hustles down the field. 4. Flute section leader Michelle Cormier demonstrates her musicianship to the other flutists. 181 THE MIRACLE OF THE WORLD’S FIRST ARTIFICIAL HE ' ■ --- world mouri»» POffllWR; ScicnS. ,y CW ' - ] d to ■ •ur9 MW ho»tl p Yottll be glad you came! | iJliking Headway otfge gnse HIGHLIGHTS Picture . . . yourself reminiscent, trying to recall the class of 1983. Picture the who’s who of superlatives and the fun it will be to see if they are still true! Picture the favorites of 1983 typifying your life as a high school student. Pic- ture the news highlights jogging your memory of worldly events as you spent time at Fermi! Pic- ture your yearbook; that keep- sake momento which will not let you forget the highlights of 1983! Picture . . . the dedicated and unique who were voted superlatives for the class of 1983. Picture pleated pants, wool shirts, skinny ties, penny loafers and argyle socks, combining to create the outfits of the best dressed. Picture a brother and sister dominating the title of " Done Most for School.” Picture the clowns who have finally been recognized for cracking a joke during a lecture, or livening up American History by tripping the teacher on his way back from the map. Picture the best buddies who advertise their friendship everywhere from the tops of barns to the backboards in the school parking lot. Picture the artists drawing caricatures of their teachers during class. . . . picture the highlights jogging your memory of events as you spent time at Fermi! Picture . . . the favorite expressions, amusements, fads, pastimes and entertainments of the class of 1983. Picture looking back ten years from now and saying gas was only $1.22 a gallon! Picture remembering that your generation actually did say. " Gag me with a spoon!! " Picture having to admit you really did like punk rock and the new wave! Picture spending your allowance plus on a pair of designer jeans. Picture decorating a locker from top to bottom with Garfield, the Chipen- dale men, and Pat Benatar!?! Pic- ture (. . . oh, picture) the school lunch; a bargain at 75$! Picture . . . with mindful regard the news events of 1983. Picture the unemployment rate at 13% — the highest since The Depression. Pic- ture the birth of a British prince and the death of the Soviet leader, Leonid Brezhnev. Picture the tampering with Tylenol products and new packaging regulations for personal care products. These are but a few of the signifi- cant events which shaped our lives. The superlatives, the " favorites” and the news: all unique to 1983, here in memory. Do You Remember . . . 1. Who succeeded Leonid Brezhnev? 2. What the Prince of England’s full name is? 3. Who the class artists are? 4. Who Barney Clark is? 5. Who won the Heisman trophy in 1982? 6. How many times Billy Martin was rehired by George Steinbrenner? 7. What the unemployment percentage was in 1982? 8. Who replaced Haig as Secretary of State in 1982? 9. How many names are etched in the Vietnam Memorial in Washington D.C.? 10. What Wayne Gretzy’s jersey number is? 11. Who the award winning director of the movie “E.T.” is? 12. Who received the greatest number of superlatives in 1983? 13. How much a Sony Walkman cost in 1983? 14. What character Tony Geary plays in “General Hospital?” 15. What the favorite food of the class of 1983 is? 16. When the show “M A S’ H” was last taped? 17. The name of the man who invented “Apple Computers?” 18. What famous comedian died of a drug overdose in the Fall of 1982? 19. How many sports the class athletes participated in? 20. Where the nuclear-freeze demonstration was held? (Answers on page 1 99) f 183 Superlatives Most Absent-Minded Mike Ciriello and Beth Strapp Class Angel Marcy Webb and John Russotto Class Actor and Actress Bob Sylvester and Barb Macon 184 Class Artist Kris Panaccione and Mike Koblosh Class Blusher John Russotto and Shelly Heldreth Best Buddies Chip Dyer and Joe Chappell Class Brownie Lisa Riley Most Attractive Beth Strapp and Chris Smith Best All-Around John Sweeney and Susan Spanswick 185 Q r I i Best Buddies Michelle Riley and Karen Avery Chauvinist and Feminist Chris Lemay and Cathi Swiatek Class Clown Mike Hartley and Dawn Musso Class Couple Laura Chamberlain and Leo Wisnesky Casanova and Flirt Kevin Lacroix and Lisa McLaughlin 186 Class Devil Billy Villani and Felicia Rookey Best Dressed Gretchen Anderson and David Dukes 187 Cutest Jennifer Carnes and Chris Lemay Done Most For School Scott Kaupin and Lynne Kaupin Friendliest Mike Ciriello and Lynne Kaupin Class Individual Mary Wachowiak and Tim Provencher t- . 1 i L ' Most Likely to Succeed Kris Kelliher and Paul Lombardo Most Gullible Julie Hunt and John Russotto Most Intellectual Gretchen Anderson and Paul Lombardo Class Musician Mary Wachowiak and Phil Whiteway 188 ' V Nicest Smile Jennifer Carnes and Mike Cotnoir Typical Senior Anne Zarcaro and Chip Dyer Most Studious Marcy Webb and Roy Reale Most Talkative Jane Vasseur and Mike Fournier 189 News Event: Tylenol Scare TOP TELEVISION SHOWS OF 1982 1. 60 Minutes 2. Three’s Company 3. Too Close for Comfort 4. M A S H 5. Dallas 6. The Jeffersons 7. Hart to Hart 8. Alice 9. Magnum P.l. 10. Trapper John M.D. Pastime: Cruising Female Actress: Goldie Hawn Comic: Garfield 192 Television Shows THE TOP GROSSING FILMS OF 1982 Male Heart Throb; Tom Selleck 1 . f. r. ($262jnillion and climbing) 2. On Golden Pond ($119 million) 3. Rocky III ($118 million) 4. Porky’s ($118 million) 5. An Officer and a Gentleman ($83 million and climbing) 6. Star Trek II ($80 million) 7. Poltergeist ($73 million) 8. The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas ($70 million) 9. Annie ($57 million) 10. Conan the Barbarian ($46 million) Movies Game: Quarters ORIGINAL MOTION PICIORL SCORE Male Comedian: Eddie Murphy Male Actor: Sylvester Stallone 93 Fermi Event: Graduation Male Singer: Billy Squier Expressions Book: No One Gets Out Alive Magazine: Time Wicked!! Like Totally Awesome! What a rush! Oh my God! What’s up dude? ? Go for It! Toasted . . . Gag me with a spoon! Facial FLORIDA!??? POGO!!! Choice! Cut and Dry Swell Peachy Sport: Football Political Figure: Ronald Reagan Candybar: Hershey’s Sports Figure: Hershel Walker Hangout Fad Soap Opera Radio Station Group Comedienne Food MacDonald’s New Wave General Hospital Rock 102 Men at Work Madame Pizza The Top Songs of 1982 1. Arthur’s Theme 2. 1 Can’t Go For That 3. Let’s Groove 4. Waiting for A Girl Like You 5. Centerfold 6. Pac-Man Fever 7. 1 Get Around 8. Star Wars 10. The Empire Strikes Back 11. Ebony and Ivory 12. Freeze Frame 13. Don’t You Want Me 14. Abracadabra 15. Hard to Say I’m Sorry 16. Planet Rock 17. Hurts So Good 18. Jack Diane 9. We Got the Beat (The proceeding have been certified gold: sales in excess of 1 million) Survey 195 State of the Union: of Protest! Him Terrifying Is the Economy ‘On the Mend’? Octobers] First double-digit unemployment | since 19411 Make ’Em Pay ' Ihawds of, ■| SOCIAL [cuRir mr mis Control Year ra His policies under attack 5T6F the Washington Monument held host To Kill or Not to Kill rt r o ■vTTm :es of Clot ' k CUld his new secretary State A1 Haig Battle Lines 1 A Lost 9 jA- Causei § in Poland CALGHT BETWEEN M THE MILLSTONES OP S ARAB AND C ISRAELI HATRED Thatcher Plays the Falklands I A H ■[ MAJORSTORYOF THE YEAR - b ' i , October 28 Socialist Felipe Gonzalez wins as PM in Spain July 11 Italy wins soccer’s Wo rld Cup biillery delivering a 41-gun salute to the Prince| Written and verbal announcements at Buckingham Palace Rejoice! A Prince Is Born Herschel Hog Heaven misNowD.C. Redskins e c o mputer B VSTR 8 Qttt Jt 3 Bali The Motion Picture of a Lifetime You’ll be glad you came GANDH Answers to " Do You Remember?” (questions on page 183) 1. Yuri Andropov 2. Prince William Arthur Philip Louis Windsor 3. He was the world ' s first artificial heart recipient. 4. Mike Koblosh and Kris Panaccione 5. Hershel Walker 6. Three 7. 13.7% 8. George Schultz 9. 57,939 10.99 11. Steven Speilberg 12. John Russotto 13. $58.95 14. Luke Spencer 15. Pizza 16. January 16, 1983 17. Stephen Jobs 18. John Belushi 19. Total 5 . . . Pat Javorski 3. John LeDoux 2. 20. New York City 199 1 ' 1 1 1 ISM: POMO lv LUUINUIVI Y Patrons Mike “Ags " Ms. Elizabeth Ogonis Anjin-san Krusty Panaccione Dennis Arseneault Mr. and Mrs. Gary Parkman Best Wishes — Leese Samantha Parkman Mary Ann and Roxy Burke Pat J’s (Bambi) 1 Worshipper M r. and Mrs. Eugene Bukowski Piscuali Tammy Butcher Mr. and Mrs. William Riley Jennifer Carnes Elaine Robbins Jon Carnes Mr. and Mrs. Dario Russotto Carolyn Cherpak Mr. and Mrs. John Russotto Michelle Choquette Mr. Seymour Schonberger Clark and Clyde Marta M. Shelley “Flash” Debonis Peter Smith Don-san Mr. and Mrs. W. Lee Smith Joe Dumas Mr. and Mrs. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Flanagan Mr. and Mrs. Bill Spanswick Brian Gallagher Miss Rosemary Sulliv an Mrs. Pamela Gates Lisa Tenerowicz John Korona Annie Thibodeau Jill Kowalchuck Paul and Judy Thibodeau Lori Krasinski Mr. and Mrs. Melvin J. Wachowiak John LeDoux Melvin Wachowiak, Jr. Lynette and Dean Mrs. Catherine Warren The Nabors Family Mr. and Mrs. James Webb John Netkovick The Williams Family Mrs. Lois Norman Wojo and Miss Yearbook! Business Patrons CHRIS’ PIZZA ENFIELD PHARMACY JULIE-LYNN FLOWERS AND GIFTS PETE’S PIZZA VERN’S POWER EQUIPMENT VILLAGE PASTRY SHOPPE 200 The 1983 Traces yearbook staff wishes to express their sincere gratitude . . . ... to publishing representative, Denny Galvin, for his helpful and informative guidance; McDoHaM ' 9r ... to photographer, Larry Grenier, for his unending patience and tolerance; . . . and to Monica de Haan, our advisor, for helping us to realize that the end should justify the means. 385 Enfield St. 97 Elm St. Enfield, CT THE CLASS OF 1984 EXTENDS ITS BEST WISHES FOR CONTINUED SUCCESS AND HAPPINESS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1983. 201 SHOP FOR QUfiLITV STFR60 IN fi RanX€D nTMOSPH€R6 I 91 6xit 48 • Coldor Plozo 95 61m Street, 6nfield, CT 06082 205-623-5956 • 203-745 1074 Our Personal Best Wishes for Success in the Future Your Friends, Larry, Dan, Marc, Chris, and Bob Official 1983 Class Photographers 203 634 ENFIELD STREET ENFIELD, CT 06082 745-5269 Succe iutcC ’ 3 Enfield Medical Center PHYSICAL THERAPY 1 5 Palomba Drive Enfield, CT 06082 745-0628 205 E ISJ R I E l_D SPORTS CENTER ( )V N COLONIAL CAMr 167 ENFIELD LD. 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