Fisher College - Beacon Yearbook (Boston, MA)

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Fisher College Libra n 3 5620 50557578 1 4 Administration and Faculty To You, The Class of 1980 Our heritage of cultural progress, architecture, and custom is the richest in history and the most responsive to the needs of each individual human being. Our democratic form of government encourages unprecedented self — expression and self — fulfillment. Opportunity beckons to those who will work purposefully and with commitment. Rewards come in increas- ing abundance to worthy individuals in our society. This heritage, your personal life experiences, and formal education have laid the foundation of your potential for future success. No previous generation has had the advantages of preparation that you now possess. Similarly, no other society has ever presented to young women the vast array of avenues to personal success and achievement that are yours. Seize every precious opportunity. Challenge your own capacities on every occasion. Seek to enrich the quality of your own life and that of your associates. Each individual ' s achievements when combined with other ' s will bring about a better world for all. As you leave Fisher Junior College, the Faculty and Staff extend their warmest and most sincere wishes for the joy and happiness that you desire. We thank you for allowing us into your lives for a brief time to contribute what we might to the fortunes of the years to come. Sincerely, Scott A. Fisher Administration Irene Checkovitch Roberta E. Riel Marie Devins Registrar Director of Public Assistant Director of Admissions Relations and Advertising 12 Sandy McNamara Wynne Worcester Gina Costantino Admissions Secretary Admissions Secretary Secretary to Student Services 13 Faculty Patricia Brown Barbara Burns Augustino Cacicio Business, Legal Secretarial Fashion Merchandising Accounting, Management 14 Mary Detweiler Elizabeth Dice Trudi Feinstein English, French, Geography Spanish, Calligraphy Psychology 15 Anita Kremgold-Barrett Denise I. LaMontagne Susan Maestrangelo English Director of Business Resource Center Art 16 17 Staff Ellinor Pedersen Librarian 18 Bill Spada, Ted Brown, Thorton Porter, Mann Mayo, Jim Cashman, Bob Moore, John Creeden, and John Lajarde Maintenance Staff 19 Louisa Legault Tom McHane Snack Bar Chef f Mary Barry Snack Bar 20 eniors ft II ' 1 21 Business Administration - Lynne Carr Christine Cogliano Pamela Cross 22 Susan Dimercurio Diane Doucet Nancy Fletcher 26 Business Assistant Child Development Marie Ghiringhelli Laurie Goldman Dawn Greenier Janet Lemire Nancy McDonald Anita Newton 29 Sandra Leonard Maureen Lynch Maureen McCarthy Fashion Merchandising 36 Kathy McKenney Darlene Mercier Laraine O ' Brien 38 Julie Robinson Barbara Rohan Cynthia Rubin 39 Holly Simmons Renee Simon Carol Strout 40 Lynn White Colleen Wright 41 Legal Secretarial Medical Assistant in Pediatrics 46 Tracy Larson Jeanine Platts Julie Ruble Donna Goolishian Ramona Henderson Nancy Higginbotham 47 Optometric Technician 52 Carlene Alboth " Here we are, like children forever, taking care oj one another, while the world goes on within us and all around us. " Mary Leigh Alcorn " Leigh " — Tweedle Dum — Diana Sandy — Space Cadets — curling iron — puddle jumpin ' — Thursday Nights — M.I.T. Frat Parties — subway experiences — " COULD BE TENSE. ' " - P.T.K. Janet Bearce " We are all togther on this journey of life, sharing each other ' s joys and sorrows. " Lisa Becker " ... let today embrace the past with remembrance and the future with longing ... " Elizabeth Boyd " Reach high, for stars lie hidden in your soul. Dream deep, for your dream precedes the goal. " Juliana M. Brown " Yesterday ' s, today ' s and tomorrow ' s dream is that our children will be judged by the content of their charac- ter, and not by the color of their skin. " Michele Brown " As the time goes by, I look back and remember the happy times we ' ve had. " Robin Lee Brown " You ' re running so fast that you can ' t find the past, and your future is wearing thin: come from behind, it ' s a matter of time, till you see where you ' ve always been. " Karen J. Burke " We can do most anyting we want if we stick to it long enough. " Patricia Carr " Love when you can, cry when you have to, be who you must, that ' s a part of the plan. " Florida 3 79; Tinmea- dows. " Debra Jean Caruso " Thinking back about all the good times at celebrations, cab rides, phone calls, foreigners, long talks. Debbie, just a few to remember, but most of all I will never forget a friend like you. " Valerie Clark " I ' m as free as a bird now, and this bird you cannot change. " " Reet, Neet Val . . . Don ' t dream it, be it. " Chris Coglisno " Sunrise is morning — As it shines, its rays boldly guide my way ashore. " Amy Sue Cohen Donna Coley iend is one with " What is a friend? I will tell you. whom you dare to be yourself. " HP " ' " Of all the means which are procured by wisdom to ensure happiness throughout life, by far the most impor- tant is the acquisition of friends. " Elizabeth Lynn Collins " Let ' s not say au reyoir; let ' s just say hors d ' oeuvre . " Mary Elizabeth Conley ' I try not to let schooling interfere with my education. " 55 Paula Crowley " So on and on I go, seconds tick the time out. There ' s so much left to know, and I ' m on the road to find out. " Kathy Sue Cummings " In everything give thanks, for this is the wiJi of God. " Elizabeth Ann Elden " C (P)arty Hall; PresidentaJ Suite, Copper it eastern; 1 like it ' , little fish; ' Amy! ' , R.A. ' s; I ' m too busy!; Meatmarket: my roommates and the times we had together. " lC -3 Jo Ann Evans " Happy are those who dream dreams an d are ready to pay the price to make them come true. " Gayle Edlund " This year has been dedicated to the production of ?E.A. or]. A. " Nora Felch " Live each day to the fullest, get the most from each hour and each day; then you can look forward with confidence and back without regrets. " Mary Finnegan " VM, SM, MN, TK, ' LOUNGE ' , T, ' BB ' , ' vicious ' , ' DP ' , ' mall ' , SU, SNOB, ART, I will never forget S.C., Marty Sender, CC. " Brenda Flanagan " Happiness: it can only truJy be found within. " Nancy Jeanne Fletcher " Memories, like the corners of my mind; Scattered pic- tures filled with memories of the way we were. " 56 " Yesterday ' s over my shoulder, so 1 can ' t look back for too long; There ' s just too much to see waiting in front of me. " Gharotte Ann Fulco " Who care if things must change a bit, as Jong as we still find so many of the things we love are never left behind! " Ellie Gallagher " I ' ll live a life that ' s full. I ' ll travel each and every highway — and more, much more than this, I ' ll do it my way. " Mary Dattoli " I can live w live without. " I can live without the essentials: it ' s the luxuries I can ' t Ann Marie De Luca " Everything must change, but the memories will always remain the same. " " Meat Market " " Tender " " Clint " " 1979 " " BBB " " Let the Good Times Roll " " WF " " C (P)arty Hall ' Diana Denno " PTK President . . . MLA SML . . . Thursday Nights . . . Tweedle Dee . . . Top Music ' . . . 112 Beacon Street . . . Water Fights . . . UNH . . . MIT parties . . . 5 10 79 . . . honesty and friendship go together. " Judy DeRosa " Live every day to its fullest, and love every day that you Jive . . . Sneaker Day . . . Baby DoJJ . . . guitar . . . lollipops . . . typing . . . laughter . . . AnimaJ . . . Coffee break... " f J Mm Susan DiMercuri " Wherever you go, whatever you do, remember your friends and your good times too. " Theresa M. Donovan " There are no questions without answers. I ' ve found my answer to life is living life. I love you, Mom and Dad. " Patti Doran " Nothing is a waste of time if you use the experience wisely. " Diane Gail Doucet " To every moment that we share, there is an end that we must bear — a time to go our separate ways, a time for cherishing happier days. " :oii Colleen Durkin " Count your age by friends — not years. Count your life by smiies — not tears. " Teressa Geis itronger thar " The human spirit is stronger than happen to it. Baffled by Piglet. " Beverly Gemmel any , hing that can " Friends come and go — friendships last forever! Laugh- ter is the shock absorber of Life ' s blows. Baffled by Piglet again! " Kama Mari George " To accomplish great things we must not only act, but dream; not only plan, but also believe. " Marie Ghiringhelli " All good gifts around us are sent from fteaven aDove. Then thank the Lord, thank the Lord for all His love. " Dianne Gi " Better make it through today. Laurie Goldman " The second time ' round is always better! Thank you Mom, Dad, and Terry. " Wk gtf Mary Helen Green ' % " Though we travel the world over, to find the beautiful, we must carry it with us. " Dawn Greenier " The challenge of day-to-day living is a wonderful adventure for those who dare to dream beyond tomor- row ' s horizon. " Patricia Grilli " Everyone has a purpose in life. Find out what you do best, proceed, and then you are on your way. P.W.N. — 3-17, Pres-Bals, P.B.O. and P.T.K. " V Carol Hagopian " Remember all the good times in the past. Now we must look toward the future. Love to Mom and Dad " Tracy Hannan " ... Thanks Mom. ' Without you I wouldn ' t have had any of this. Love ya . . . . " Lisa Hardy " Today is the first day of the rest of your life, so live it to the fullest. " Jo-Ellen T. Hinchliffe " Go confidently in the direction of your dreams; live life the way you ' ve always imagined. " Patti Ann Hunt " I am not afraid of tommorow, for I have seen yes- terday and I love today! " Carole Ann Jewkes " Treasure the smiJes we have shared together and the warm and special memories of these happy times gone by. " Lauren Johnson " When you get shoved out of here, honey, ain ' t nobody gonna be standin ' there with no scholarship to life — and I was scared. " Maureen Joyce " The memory of the friends you make and the tears and laughter you share is something you carry with you, no matter where. " Patricia M. Kelley (Trisha) " Every tomorrow I ' ll think of our yesterdays we spent here together. " Lisa M. Kerr " No day is over if it makes a memory. Martha Kesseli " To everything there is a season and a time to every purpose under heaven. " Tracy Larson " It is not how much we have, but how much we enjoy life that makes happiness. " " Florida 3 79, C (P)arty Hall, H20 Flights, H.O ' s crazy driving. " Donna Lascola " My memories are precious time forever remembered, never to be forgotten, cherished everlasting, thoughts of joy and love spent with very special people. " Janet Maire Lemire " Dream only from day to day as that dream may be shattered for any one of us at any monent. " Kemo Sandra Leonard (Sandy) " Diana and Leigh, tubing in Ct., water ights, snowmen, phone calls from Christmas carolers, backgammon and hockey. The road is never long to a friend ' s house. " Diana Maiorano " It ' s too funny. " Nancy McDonald " However rare true love may be, it is still less rare than true friendship. " Catherine Anne McGowan " C (P)arty Hall, Presidential Suite, Copperfield ' s Meat- market — drumsticks, Northeastern, R. A. ' s., " I ' m too busy, " Chery ' s choo choo, Charles, my roommates, memories made that will never be forgotten. " Kathy McKenney " If the good times are all gone then I ' m bound for movin ' on, I ' ll look for you if I ' m ever back this way. " Sandra M. Merlino " A smile costs nothin, yet gives so much. " " Cake raffles, 4th floor lounge, MG-BB, 7:15 a.m., VP-PKT, Elevator, ' Hypa ' , Bals, 5 10 80. " Maria Miller " Year, sure , maybe in about a month or so, okay? " Vanessa Mitchell " Say goodbye to yesterday for there are always our memories. Say hello to tomorrow for there is always our future. " Susan E. Mosher " True friendship does not consist in knowing much, but in loving much. " " Mom, I appreciate all the things you ' ve done for me WITH LOVE. " Diane P. Nichols " Hey! smile . . . Who Me? Lounge 7 a.m., clowns Boss, Penny peeps, Pinto, NEWENCO X Cal, Magni icient 7., Friends — Live — Laugh — Love. " Laraine O ' Brien " Commuter, Tony, Tommy, going to school, maybe! Having my cheese omelette in the morning. The Fashion Show, if my friends could see me now!!! " Maria F. Oliveira " If you put your mind to it, you can do it; where there ' s a will there ' s a way. " Rita Paterno " There ' s nothing you can do that can ' t be done, nothing you can sing that can ' t be sung, nothing that you feel, that ' s not meant to be felt in time, it ' s easy. " Carla Pierce " We should all be concerned about the future because we will have to spend the rest of our life there. " " Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves. " Claire Plow " Take each day as it comes with a smile — Cramming the Green Line, Beacon Hill. " m C Elaine Janice Polaski " Nothing should be prized more highly than the value of each day. " Dorina Proulx " If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put the foundations under them. " Gayle M. Razzaboni " If we had the chance to do it all again — would we? " Charlene Reynar " It is not in doing what you like, but in liking what you do. That is the secret of happiness. " Patricia Riley " The sky is not the limit. " Lori J. Ross " Yesterday is gone — forget it. Tomorrow has not come — don ' t worry about it. Today is here, use it! " Cynthia Gayle Rubin " It is not doing what you like, but in liking what you do. That is the secret of happiness. " 59 Jeannie Russo " I have no parting sign to give, so take my parting smile. " Judith Scannell " Yesterday is already a dream, and tomorrow is only a vision, but today well-lived makes every yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope. " Holly A. Simmons " Here it comes now. We ' ll stand and face each other somehow. Blue eyes don ' t cry; hold on until the last goodbye. " Renee Simon " Friends, though absent, are still present. " Carole Springhetti " Both tears and sweat are wet and salty, but they render a different result. Tears will get you sympathy, but sweat will get you progress. " Cheryl Spino " My tastes are simple — 1 like the best. " Anne R. Taylor " It ' s never too late to learn . . . never too late to grow. " Linda D. Thompson " To give is to receive; to live is to believe; That ' s the way it ought to be. Be true to thyself and you shall succeed. " Lory Tredo " Wherever women work, progress is coming — but slowly. Often it seems like half a step backward for every step forward. " Susan M. Tremblay " The unexamined life is not worth Jiving. " Karen White " Good friends are never to be forgotten. A walk along the beach on a crisp day . . . puppies and kittens . . . Tag, ... a cup of tea. " Gail Wood " To become mature is to recover that sense of serious- ness which one had as a child at play. " Maria Wurdig " Smile, for the long road has gotten a bit shorter. " Colleen Denise Wright " Far away there in the sunshine are my highest aspira- tions. I may not reach them, but 1 can look up and see their beauty, believe in them, and try to follow where they lead. " 80 CAMERA SHY Business Administration Colleen Brophy Diane Doucet Jacqueline Gendreau Susan Merry Yvonne Murray Children ' s Psychiatric Aid Robin Brown Child Study Valerie Clark Karen Starr Jane Teeven Fashion Merchandising Sara Blake Debra-Jean Caruso Daisey Chambers Susan Droney Kama George Carol Hansis Cynthia Henneberry Galeen Jones Lise Koegler Jayne Libby Amy Osborne Patricia Riley Landra Webster International Secretarial Irline Francois Legal Secretarial Janet Galligani Liberal Arts Dianne Gilkey Pamela Molina Felicia Orabona Medical Assistant Susan McCormick Patrice Miller Medical Assistant in Pediatrics Laura Charest Marie Nicol One-Year Advanced Secretarial Lisa Becker Chyrel Borsari Jane Fredo Heather Heath Lynn Millson Claire Mistretta Esther Rucci Lori Smith One-Year Beginning Secretarial Barbara Chapman Karen Ebbett Sally Kiely Mieko Matsuura Willow Rice Karen Vanbrakle Optometric Technician Jane Carter Carol Mahon Donna Mini Vicki Sch Schwartz Teresa Walkowiak Special Program Patricia McNamara Carol Williams 61 Alboth, Carlene 17 Perkins St. Wenham, MA 01984 Brown, Robin 11 Peabody St. Lebanon, NH 03766 Cole, Amy 18 Richard Rd. Natick, MA 01760 Alcorn, Mary 30 Worthen St. Apt. B-9 Chelmsford, MA Asci, Patricia 294 Hanover St. Boston, MA 02113 Avellani, Dina 8 Mt. Pleasant St. Somerville, MA 02145 Bearce, Janet 6 Heritage Dr. North Easton, MA 02356 Becker, Lisa 366 Greenwood Dr. Cheshire, CT 06410 Bell, Betty 15 Angell St. Dorchester, MA 02124 Berson, Judith 147 Pearl St. Reading, MA 01867 Blake, Sara 36 Old Stage Rd. Essex Junction, VT 05452 Borsari, Chyrel 5 Cordage Terr. Ext. Plymouth, MA 02360 Boyd, Elizabeth 7 Orchard St. Rowley, MA 01969 Boyhan, Candace 212 Argyle Rd. Orange, CT 06477 Brophy, Colleen 51 Lake Shore Rd. Peabody, MA 01960 Brown, Juliana 34 Mission Park Dr. Boston, MA 02115 Brown, Michele 519 Washington Ave Chelsea, Ma 02150 62 Buckner, Brenda 471 Broadway Raynham, MA 02767 Burke, Karen 19 Villa Avenue Winthrop, MA 02152 Carr, Lynne 70 Cottage Park Rd. Winthrop. MA 02152 Carr, Patricia 21 Turner St. Salem, MA 01970 Carter, Debra 135 E. Main St. Clinton, CT 06413 Caruso, Debra-Jean 439 Bedford St. Abington, MA 02357 Chambers, Daisey 25 Edgerly St. Apt. 14 Boston, MA 02110 Chapman, Barbara 64 Cottage Rd. Newbury, Ma 01950 Charest, Laura 507 Cilley Rd. Manchester, NH 03103 Chase, Cynthia 254 Plymouth St. No. Abington, MA 02351 Clark, Valerie 22 Chapin Rd. Barrington, RI 02806 Cogliano, Christine 289 Kingsley Rd. Hull, MA 02045 Cohen, Amy 30 Tide Winds Ter. Marblehead, MA 01945 Cohen, Barbara 80-13 Fairfield Way Commack, NY 11725 Coley, Donna 418 Piermont Rd. Waterbury, CT. 06705 Collins, Elizabeth 20 Meadowbrook Rd. Norwell, MA 02061 Conley, Mary 131 Raymond Hall Dr. No. Attleboro, MA 02760 Conroy, Nancy Pocono Rd. Brookfield, CT. 06809 Cross, Pamela 15 Fremont St. Winthrop, MA 02152 Crowley, Paula 26 Riverview Ave. N. Billerica, MA 01862 Cummings, Kathy 125 Florence St. Melrose, MA 02176 Dattoli, Mary 26 Seymour St. Winthrop, MA 02152 Deluca, Ann 33 Elm Crest Rd. Wakefield, MA 01880 Denno, Diana RFD 2 Plaistow, NH 03865 Derosa, Judith 47 Waite St. Revere, MA 02151 Dimercurio, Susan 21 Tamarock Terrace Stoneham, MA 02180 Donovan, Theresa 6A Memorial Way Arlington, MA 02174 Doran, Patricia 66 Olive Ave. Maiden, MA 02148 Doucet, Diane 231 Walnut Ave. Revere, MA 02151 Doucet, Paula 10 Williams St. Bedford, MA 01730 Droney, Susan 55 Oakdale Rd. Canton, MA 02021 Dupignac, Deborah 19610 Gulf Blvd. Holiday Villas II Indian Shores Durkin, Colleen 1111 Ocean St. Marshfield, MA 02050 Ebbett, Karen 382 Aroostook Ave. Millinocket, ME 04442 Edlund, Gayle 33 Charlotte Ave. Norton, Ma 02766 Elden, Elizabeth 104 Salem Rd. Billerica, MA 01821 Ellis, Rosemarie 66 Leighton St. Lynn, Ma 01902 Ellison, Joan 53 Chase St. Danvers, MA 01923 Evans, Joann 382 Tilden Rd. Scituate, MA 02066 Fiskio, Lisa 61 Soundview Rd. Madison, CT 06443 Flagg, Rhonda RFD 1 Mt. Vernon, Me 04352 Flanagan, Brenda 10 Rindge St. Weymouth, Ma 02189 Flecther, Nancy 16 Howard St. Saugus, MA 01906 Forbes, Cheryl 127 High St. Haverhill, MA 01830 Ford, Diane 31 James Dr. Loundonville, NY 12211 Ford, Kimberly 15 Courtland, Circle Milton, MA 02186 Forrette, Joanne 108 Eicon Dr. Chicopee, MA 01013 Francois, Mine 70 Bishop Allen Dr. Cambridge, MA 02139 Fredo, Jane 144 Overlook Rd. Arlington, MA 02174 . Fulco, Charlotte 159 Hichborn St. Revere, MA 02151 Geis, Teressa 47 Tapley Ave. Revere, MA 02151 Gemmel, Beverly 67 Division St. No. Quincy, Ma 02171 Gendreau, Jacqueline RFD 1 Rt. 169 Southbridge, MA 01550 George, Kama 322 Elm St. Salisbury, MA 01950 Ghiringhelli, Marie 46 Thomas St. Dedham, MA 02026 Gilkey, Dianne 31 Maple Ave. Berkeley Heights, NJ 07922 Gokey, Lorraine 12 Taunton St. Bellingham, MA 02019 Goldman, Laurie 18 Camelot Dr. Livingston, NJ 07039 Goolishian, Donna 31 Chandler St. Watertown, MA 02172 Green, Mary 33 Loveland St. Middletown, Ct 06457 Greenier, Dawn 36 Ridgecrest Lane Bristol, CT 06010 Felch, Nora RFD 2 Exeter, NH 03833 Furness, Kim 209 Oak St. Wakefield, MA 01880 Grilli, Patricia 57 Eustis Street Revere, MA 02151 Fenton, Anne Main St. Hampstead, NH 03841 Ferrara, Joan 456 Henry St. Scotch Plains, NJ 07076 Finnegan, Mary 2 James Terr. Woburn, Ma 01801 Gallagher, Alice 1 Johnson Lane W. Yarmouth, MA 02673 Galligani, Janet 48 Epping St. Arlington, MA 02174 Gariepy, Deborah 19 Chapel Hill Dr. Attleboro, MA 02703 Hagopian, Carol 160 Brooks Ave. Arlington, MA 02174 Hannan, Tracy 56 Copperfield Rd. Worcester, MA 01602 Hansis, Carol 9 Caribou St. Bedford, MA 01730 63 Hardy, Lisa RR 1 Lincolnville, ME 04849 Harvey, Eileen RD 1 Waterbury, VT 05676 Heath, Heather Clear Pond RFD 3 Plymouth, MA 02360 Henderson, Ramona 191 Forest Hills St. Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 Henneberry, Cynthia 456 Fairview Ave. Cedar Grove, NJ 07009 Higginbotham, Nancy 24 Temple Ave. Winthrop, MA 02152 Hilton, Gloria 41 Hancock St. Lawrence, MA 01841 Hinchliffe, Jo-Ellen 26 Lamplight Dr. Kensington, Ct 06037 Hunt, Patti 14 Dunn ' s Ct. Quincy, MA 02169 Jewkes, Carole 80 Crest Ave. Revere, MA 02151 Johnson, Lauren 531 Wayne PI. Delmar, NY 12054 Jones, Galeen 150 Perry Rd. Hamden, Ct 06514 Joyce, Maureen 28 Dresden Ave. Gardiner, ME 04345 Kelley, Patricia 4 Blanchard Ave. Everett, MA 02149 Kern, Lisa 150 Calamus Meadow Rd. Hamden, Ct 06518 Kerr, Lisa 378 Salem St. Wakefield, MA 01880 Kesseli, Martha 25 Deane Ave. Holden, MA 01520 Kiely, Sally 46 Walnut St. Reading, MA 01867 Koegler, Lisa P.O. Box 1419 San Francisco, Ca 96555 Larson, Tracy 6 Maple St. North Easton, MA 02356 Lascola, Donna 39 Hardy Ave. Watertown, MA 02172 Lefenfeld, Linda 58A Brackett PI. Marblehead, MA 01945 Lemire, Janet 63 Elkins St. Franklin, NH 03235 Leonard, Sandra 264 Forest St. East Hartford, Ct 06118 Libby Jayne 37 Nottingham Way Brewer, ME 04412 Lindsay, Maura 111 Plymouth Lane Manchester, CT 06040 Loosigian, Patricia 386 High Plain Rd. Andover, MA 01810 Lunt, Julia 35 Fairview Ave. Peabody, Ma 01960 Lynch, Maureen 21 Oak Sq. Ave. Brighton, MA 02135 Mahon, Carol 74 Veery Rd. Attleboro, MA 02723 Maiorano, Diana 246 Bradstreet Ave. Revere, MA 02151 Maloy, Mary 2010 Tenth St. Rensselaer, NY 12144 Matsuura, Meiko c o Mrs. Gerald Coats 41 Post Island Rd. Quincy, MA 02169 McCarthy, Maureen 25 Fernwood Dr. Windsor Locks, Ct 06096 McCormick, Susan 12 S. Swarthmore Ave. Ridley Park, PA 19078 McDonald, Nancy 15 Westdale Ave. Wilmington, MA 01887 McGowan, Catherine 71 Old Post Rd. Freehold, NJ 07728 McKenney, Kathy 28 1 2 Ham St. Dover, NH 03820 McNamara, Patricia 45 Amherst St. Lawrence, MA 01843 Mercier, Darlene 17 Rosenthal St. E. Hartford, CT 06108 Merlino, Sandra 63 Shaw Rd. Belmont, MA 02178 Merry, Susan 20 Meriam St. Wakefield, MA 01880 Miller, Jane 35 Dudley Rd. Holliston, MA 01746 Miller, Maria 53 Fremont St. Putnam, CT 06260 Miller, Patrice 833 Beacon St. Apt. 25 Boston, MA 02116 Millison, Lynn RD 1 Verona, NY 13478 Mini, Donna 344 Washington St. Maiden, MA 02148 Mistretta, Claire 11 Fairmount St. Medford, MA 02155 Mitchell, Vanessa 6 Merlin St. Dorchester, MA 02124 Molina, Pamela 297 High St. Southbridge, MA 01550 Monaghan, Jeanne 58 Thornton Pk. Winthrop, MA 02152 Morris, Cheryl 62 Regal St. Holliston, MA 01746 Mosca, Diana 107 Strafford St. Berlin, NH 03570 Mosher, Susan P.O. Box 183 10 Arch St. Pinehurst, MA Mulkern, Paula 125 Elm St. Marshfield, MA 02050 Murphy, Diane 20 Chandler Rd. Marshfield, MA 02050 Murray, Yvonne 392 Astor Dr. Sayville, NY 11782 Nelligan, Maureen 374 School St. Belmont, MA 02178 Newton, Anita 11 Newton St. Southborough, MA 01772 Nichols, Diane 30 Berkeley St. Quincy, MA 02169 Nicol, Marie 72 Highland St. Amesbury, MA 01913 Norris, Laura 154 West St. Randolph, MA 02368 OBrien, Laraine 190 Shore Dr. Winthrop, MA 02152 Ojala, Elaine 104 Old Oaken Bucket Rd. Scituate, MA 02066 Oliveria, Maria 35 High St. Dorchester, MA 02122 Orabona, Felicia 16 Scenic View Dr. Johnston, RI 02919 Osborne, Amy 7 Belinda PI. Newport NSW 2106 Australia Pappalardo, Patrice 47 Riverview St. N. Andover, MA 01845 Paterno, Rita c o Mr. Mrs. H. Paterno Deep Water Point Drive St. Michaels, MD 21663 Pierce, Carla 2323 Centre St. W. Roxbury, MA 02132 Pizzi, Linda 70 Third St. Medford, MA 02155 Plante, Patricia 31 Longmeadow Rd. Medfield, MA 02052 Platts, Janine 15 Kent St. Portland, ME 04102 Plow, Claire 46 Madison St. Revere, MA 02151 Polaski, Elaine 92 Devir St. Maiden, MA 02148 Proulx, Dorina 7 Locust St. Beverly, MA 01915 Razzaboni, Gayle 29 Hartwell Rd. Bedford, MA 01730 Resca, Joanne 21 Jones Ave. Chelsea, MA 02150 Reynar, Charlene 250 Laurel St. Bridgewater, MA 02324 Riley, Patricia 15 Roaring Brook Rd. Easton, Ct 06425 Robinson, Julie 20 Little Rd. N. Andover, MA 01845 Rogers, Lori Rd. 2 Salem, NY 12865 Rohan, Barbara 8 Mayflower Dr. Bedford, NH 03102 Rosenthal, Lisa 31 Prospect Ave. Randolph, MA 02368 Ross, Lori 758 Rathbun St. Blackstone, MA 01504 Rowell, Donna 27 Washburn Ave. Needham, MA 02172 Rubin, Cynthia 39 Brookwood Dr. Woodbridge, CT 06525 Ruble, Julie 309 Hurley St. Cambridge, MA 02191 Rucci, Esther 5242 Vernon Rd. Verona, NY 13478 Rudy, Ilene 1887 Bay Boulevard Atlantic Beach, NY 11509 65 ft Russo, Jeanmarie 37 Lewis Ave. Winthrop, MA 02152 Sandiford, Yvonne 480 Truman Highway Readville, MA 02136 Sarel, Diane 8 Lake Shore Rd. Brewster, NY 10509 Scannell, Judith 192 Brook Rd. Milton, MA 02186 Schwartz, Vicki 1 Alden Ave. Auburn, NY 13021 Segal, Susan 19 Glen Lane Randolph, MA 02368 Spino, Cheryl 125 Rodner Ln. Oakville, CT 06779 Springhetti, Carole 101 Clapp St. Abington, MA 02351 Starr, Karen 21 Nod Hill Rd. Newton, MA 02161 Strout, Carol 8 Robinson Rd. Scarborough, ME 04074 Teeven, Jane 18 Osborne Rd. Arlington, MA 02174 Thompson, Linda 60 Monticello Ave. Boston, MA 02110 Walkowiak, Teresa 167 Hamilton St. Southbridge, MA 01550 Webster, Landra 47 Hathaway Road Wilmington, MA 01887 Wenning, Tracy 14 Long Hill Drive Stamford, CT 06902 White, Karen 62 Derby Road Revere, MA 02151 White, Lynn 265 Berry St. Wrentham, MA 02093 Williams, Joan 40 Brewster Road Wakefield, MA 01880 Simmons, Holly 172 Lincoln St. Norwell, MA 02061 Simmons, Sally 28 New St. Marshfield, MA 02050 Simon, Renee 38 Glenwood St. Manchester, CT 06040 Simonetti, Joan 183 Rocky Rest Rd. Shelton, CT 06484 Smiley, Paula 33 Walnut Rd. Chelmsford, MA 01824 Smith, Lori 340 Diane Circle Abington, MA 02351 66 Tracey, Mary Deerhaven Road Lincoln, MA 01773 Tredo, Lory 25 Maple Ave. Foxboro, MA 02035 Tremblay, Susan 55 Chruch St- Wilmington, MA 01887 Vanbrakle, Karen Midland Ave. Vineyard Haven, MA 02568 Veneziano, Elise 119 Linda Road Braintree, MA 02184 Viola, Barbara 24 Dalton St. Portland, MA 04103 Wood, Gail 34 Walnut Ave. Roxbury, MA 02119 Wright, Colleen 66 Mather St. Manchester, CT 06040 Wurdig, Maria 29 Englewood Ave. Bloomfield, CT 06002 Williams, Carol 65 E. India Row Boston, MA 02110 Freshmen Fashion Merchandising 1-r: L. Russell, D. Goolishian, L. Quel- lette, M. Pierce, K. Cahalane, R. Gre- gory, S. McDaniel, S. Rosenbaum, R. Swetsky, S. Cavanaugh, B. Dinitz, D. Dumais, K. Almeida, M. Morales Medical Assistant in Pediatrics K. Rafferty, C. Kako, K. Fountain, C. Delaware, K. Barden, L. Lawton, L. Amasio, D. DuPont, C. Burgess Child Study and Children ' s Psychiatric Aide 1-r: J. Battis, J. McCarthy, L. Carey, P. Peirce, M. Amaral, D. Barclay, L. Kudrowitz, N. Genova, E. Scott, D. Cialdea, R. Wimbish, N. Jones, S. Dobrowolski 69 Executive Secretary 1-r: C. Davis, L. Haskell, B. Woodbury, D. Parker, B. Hamel, K. St.Pierre, P Reynolds International Secretary 1-r: S. Collins, S. Rose, L. Kelly, J. Galligan, A. Malantis Optometric Technician Medical As- sistants 1-r: G. Knight, C. Ciolino, E. Kelly, R. Farrington, C. Royal 102 Sarah Mortimer Hall Row 1: K. Beaudet, J. Pavano, S. Spangenberg, C. Royal, L. Morin, A. Newton Row 2: C. Maloy, C. Burgess, C. Parker, D. Hipsky, P. McNamara Row 3: J. O ' Leary, A. Zahares, D. Aboud, R. Renna, P. Donovan Row 4: E. Chesloff, A. Farber, L. Koegler, D. Gilkey, K. McKenney, L. Carey Row 1: D. Martin, K. Almeida, N. Lyle, C. Orlito Row 2: D. Hamer, L. Kucko, M. Pierce, L. Gokey, A. Fenton, P.J. Crowley, B. Hale Row 3: L. Ouellette, J. Jakubiak, C. Wright, C. Rizzico, S. Kiely, K. Higgins, K. Cahalane Row 4: D. Dickinson, K. Adams, S. Plummer, C. Alboth, P. Rudman, D. Carter, H. Simmons, K. Crosby 72 104-106 Robert Smith Hall Row 1: D. Dumais, C. Borsari, L. Rogers, L. Hardy Row 2: C. Ciolino, S. Hunter, H. Heath, S. Rosenbaum, T. Hannan, N. Felch Row 3: L. Gailunas, D. Wimbish, L. Becker, C, Kako, E. Murphy, K. Rafferty Row 4: R. Barnes, K. St. Pierre, J. Lemire, J. Ellison, C. Henneberry, L. Goldman, K. Fountain, S. Nickas, L. Kelly, K. VanBrakle Row 5: K. Barden, E. McDowell, L. Kudrowitz, M. Amaral, D. Wunderlich, C. DeFazio, J. Evans, L. Rogers, J. Wachter, P. Hobitz, D. Barclay, J. Forrette Row 6: N. Coslick, D. Stone, C. Whit torn, D. Waltersdorf, J. Schneider, A Friend John Meade, Gina Costantino, Stephanie Hamaty, Resident Director 73 112-114 Edmund Florence Hall Row 1: S. Smith, M. Joyce, N. MacDonald, S. Dobrowski, G. DiSalvo, D. Bollard, L. Millson Row 2: L. Ross, T. Robinson, D. Denno, D. Ford, C. Delaware, M. Depres, L. Amadio Row 3: R. Flagg, L. Charest, F. Orabona, C. Springhetti, S. Leonard Row 4: J. Wadden, D. Greenier, B. Pahler, L. Alcorn, L. Boyd, D. Mercier, J. Gendreau, D. Coley, L. Griffith, D. Langlois, B. Chapman Row 5: E. Gallagher, J. Hinchliffe, P. Molina, J. Berson, N. Miller, E. Rucci, N. Genova, E. Scott, R. Swetsky, J. McCarthy, S. McDaniel, R. Brown, B. Buckner, R. Kellaway, N. Agortsas, C. Revelas, G. Keegan, B. Hamel Janet Wadden, Resident Director 74 131-133 Carty Hall Row 1: B. Viola, Patrick, H. Goodrow, C. Rubin, D. Duffy Row 2: M. McCarthy, L. Kern, L. Elden, D. Weisbord, N. Conroy, D. Martin, S. Ernst Row 3: J. Robinson, P. Reynolds, P. Piecuch, K. Scanlon, P. Smiley, P. Carr, A. DeLuca, C. McGowan, J. Simonetti, V. Cordelli Row 4: K. Carlon, B. Tierney, K. Hartfield, F. Bousquet, J. Kopin, V. Cahill, E. Kelly, R. Farrington, T. Larson Missing: J. Andrew, C. Boyhan, K. Callahan, M. Canestrari, J. Maffei, R. Flagg, C. Forbes, E. Harvey, L. Johnson, M. Kesseli, J. Libby, M. Lindsay, J. McCarthy, C. Morris, R. O ' Donnell, S. Oliynyk, J. Platts, D. Reynard, B. Rohan, C. Rowean, I. Rudy, D. Smith, D. Sorel, L. Strauss, C. Strout, S. Sullivan, P. Tanguay, M. Tomas Pat Donahue, Kevin Donahue, and Patrick 75 255 Commonwealth Avenue 76 77 Welcome to Boston! Tour City For 13 th Ho nors Institute v- We, the members oi the Nu Omega Chapter at Fisher Ir College Boston, MA, laugh at the lyrie: " I eome From the city of Boston The home of the bean and the cod Where the Lodges speak only to Cabots And the Cabots speak only to God ' " Beans, cods, Cabots, Lodges, parks, ghettos, smog, beauty, history, humanity throb through the city in a pounding, glorious beat called Life! How we would welcome you here ' But you are busy with classes, as are we, so let ' s take a vicarious tour. The Freedom Trail is a good place to start. This tour encompasses 19 total stopping points Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market Boston Massacre Site, Old State House, Birthplace of Beniamin Franklin, Old South Meeting House, Old Corner Book Store, Statue ol Ben- iamin Franklin, Site of the First Public School and Old Granary Burying Ground, where Samuel Adams and the legendary Mother Goose were buried. Others include 1 ' ark Street Church, Boston Common, State House and Archives, King ' s Chapel, King ' s Chapel Burving Ground, Paul Revere House, Paul Revere Mall and the Old North Church, were Paul Revere hung the lanterns to warn the Colonists that the British were coming The last stopping point includes Copp ' s Hill and Burying Ground, which is another name for the place where the Bunker Hill Monument stands This round trip usually takes a full dav of travel. In addition to following this route, there arc manv other legendary sites in the city. We have a replica of the Boston Tea Party Ship, The U S S. Constitution ( " Old Ironsides " ), the |ohn F. Kennedy Federal Building, the Prudential Center, and Beacon Hill Man- sions On the Charles River F.spanadc one can see the Hatch Shell where thousands of peo- ple have listened to the late Arthur Fiedler conduct the Boston Pops. In addition to historical sites, the city of Boston is also very well noted for its cultural facilities. Almost an entire section of the Boylston-Downtown area has been renamed the " Theater District " , which includes such famous theaters as the Music Hall, the 1st Row (left to right! Sara Blake. Diana Den- no. 2nd Row (left to right) Sandra Merlino, Diana Maiorano, Mary Leigh Alcorn. Shubert Theater, and the Wilbur Theater. Art galleries, featuring works from local as well as international artists, are scattered throughout different parts of the city. A great many of these galleries are concentrated in the Newbury Street area, and some others may be found near Harvard Square in Cam- bridge The museums, also are plentiful, and are interspersed at varying spots around Boston. The Science Museum, located near the North (railroad! Station, is a major point of interest for those looking for a truly " unique " way to spend a day It is also a main field trip attrac- tion for elementary and secondary schools. The LJ.S.S. Constitution Museum contains remote " try me " exhibits, such as sailors ' hammocks, which viewers are allowed to ac- tually sit or lie upon. Other museums are: the Museum of Fine Arts, the Children ' s Museum and the new Faneuil Hall Museum, located on the fifth floor of the South Market Building. Shopping in Boston means risking life and limb for the bargains at Fi ' cnc ' s basement, or feeling like Diane von Furstenberg or a Pierre Card in boasting stores along Newbury Street. In the downtown shopping area, there is the new Downtown Crossing The streets have been bricked and no traffic is allowed to enter There is also a platform where fashion shows are performed. Quincy Market is another fun and exciting place to go shopping. It is located on the Waterfront The buildings have all been restored and the marketplace consists of every conceivable type of. food. Then in the two buildings on either side of the marketplace are quaint shops of all kinds. For instance, there is a pig shop (everything in the store deals with pigs), a game shop, a kite shop, Bear Necessities shop (which i s filled with all kinds of stuffed bears! and many- more. As lor College life in Boston, each September Boston seems to burst with young, ambitious adults seeking to enrich their education. If you stand still you can almost hear the hum of thousands of students settl- ing in for a year of school. Thousands of students coming from all over the world, each bringing with them different backgrounds and yet all mixing in harmony. That is what makes Boston exciting. The classroom educa- tion cannot compare to the education ac- quired from the city Whether you are a daytime person or a nighttime person, Boston has a place for you. You can be on a college budget to take advan- tage of them. Lectures, concerts and exhibits are only a few of the wide variety of inexpen- sive events always taking place. What other city offers you a view from the 59th floor of the John Hancock building, and the historical splendor of the Tea Party boat, all in the same day? In the springtime Boston breaks out of its winter hibernation and every student is out- side trying to catch the first warm rays. The Boston Commons begins to come alive with frisbees soaring across the budding green acreage. The end of another school year is neanng and a more relaxed atmosphere dominates the city. As May and [une come, the college town once again hears the hum of activity. This hum has a feeling of sadness to it. The depar- ture of close friends becomes a reality When the hum has gone, Boston settles down to wait for next fall — and waits to feel young again. A city, like a person, changes, grows, becomes a great love in our lives. We look for- ward to sharing the wisdom of your city and offering you, ours. We rejoice in knowing that each of us, m his or her city, builds the great nation. The following members of Nu Omega wrote this welcome to Boston, tour city for the Thirteenth Honors Institute: Sandra Merlino, Mary- Leigh Alcorn, Sura Blake. Diana Maiorano. Diana Dcnno The Paul Revere House Phi Theta Kappa 78 Student Senate Debbie Aboud; Lisa Rosenthal, President; Terry Donavan; Liz Collins; Cathy Roderick; Lisa Carey; Audry Zahares; Pat Donovan; Dianne Gilkey; Karen Crosby; Kathy McKenney; Trisha Kelley Senior Class Officers: Tracy Larson, Treasurer; Anne Fenton, Secretary; Freshwomen Class Officers: Audrey Zahares, Treasurer; Karen Crosby, Tracy Hannan, Vice President; Liz Collins, President Vice President; Debbie Aboud, President; Missing: Lori Hines, Secretary 79 Glee Club Eileen Harvey; Pam Rudman; Missing: Ms. Barri, Faculty Carole Burgess, Carlene Alboth Advisor International Club Front Row: Carole Burgess; Lisa Kelly; Sue Quarantino Back Row: Penny Woodring; Susan Rose; Beth Dickinson; Sheila Dobrowolski; Cathy Delaware; Ms. Detweiler, Faculty Advisor; Margaret Galabe, Donna Salman; Denise BO Future Executive Secretary Association Lisa Kern; Lou Smith; Maureen McCarthy; Sandy Leonard; Ms. Hird, Faculty Advisor; Carole Hagopian; Lynne Haskell; Barbara Hamel; Terry Donovan, Ms. LaMontagne, Faculty Advisor; Leigh Alcorn; Donna Parker; Brenda Woodbury. Missing: Doreen Proulx, Maureen Lynch, Sue Mosher, Michele Brown Charles Viewer Nada Jones, Photographer; Anne Taylor, Student Editor; Chris Cogliano, Assistant Editor. Missing: Ms. Shore, Faculty Advisor 81 Front Row: Rita Paterno, Editor; JoAnn Evans; Nada Jones; Second Row: Dorothy Dumais; Pam Cross; Jeanne Monaghan; Third Row: Cathy DeFazio; Carlene Alboth; Last Row: Ms. Tirrell, Mr. Cacicio, Faculty Advisors. The Work Force: Rita Paterno, Editor; Cathy De- Fazio; Dorothy Dumais; Karen Fleming; Kathy Cummings; Jeanne Monaghan; Nada Jones; JoAnn Evans; Carlene Alboth; Pamela Cross; Nancy Fletcher; Linda Krauss; Sheila Fernandes; Patricia Riley; Lori Rogers; Paula Crowley; Joanne Forrette; Diane Nichols. We wish to thank all the mem- bers of the Staff, Faculty, Stu- dent Body, and Administration for their help along the way. Special thanks to Stacey Young and Chamberlain Photography. Special thanks to John Carrier and Herff Jones Yearbooks. 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