Richard A. Boudreau, Ed.D. President, Fisher Junior College To the Class of 1983 The last two years of your life have beeii devoted to enhancing our skills in pursuit of a career. The education you have received at Fisherju- nior College will assist you in achieving vour goals. Appl the knowledge you have received when confronted with challenges. While the faculty, staff, and administration share with you the jov of success, we urge you to continue in your endeavors. Success builds upon Mictess and your Fisher education will prove to be a solid fc:)undation upon which to build. I would like to take this opportunity to suggest that you keep in close contact with Fisher Junior College by becoming active in our Alumni Association. The friendships developed at Fisher are yours forever. Best wishes for a lasting and rewarding lite. Sincerely. Richard A. Boudreau, Fd. D. President, Fisher Junior College It ' s 19H3 here at Fisher Junior College, and we the Class of 19H3, mark its 80th Anniversary. In 1903, Fisher Junior College was founded, and opened its doors to young men and women eager to establish an edu- cational background. Being the turn of the century, the business world was just begin- ning and young people were anxious to be a part of it. For many, this meant a change of life, with a move from the serenity of the country to the last-paced life of the city. Knowing this Vv-as a hard adjustment, Fish- er Junior College was there to provide con- fidence and pride, as well as to help to- wards the achievements of their goals. Throughout the past HO years. Fisher ' s name has been tested on the basis ot a quality institution because ol the numerous hardships that past generations encoun- tered; the war. depression, and social change. These all had a great impact on everythmg encompassed in the business world. Even though these problems arose. Fisher stood behind its commitment to provide a solid education for its students. The original house in Somerville. Massa- chusetts, where Fisher Junior College got its beginning in 1903. ( " a ••if ' And of course, as the way of life changed, so did Fisher, keeping up with all of the new changes and always updating equipment as well as the other aspects in- corporated in a college. In 1903, the de- mand for skilled typists was incredible, as the typewriter was the business machine of the future. Today, after 80 years, the com- puter is the business machine of the future, and of course Fisher offers strong pro- grams in this field, and will offer it as a major in the very near future. Today at Fisher, one will find it to be a sound institution providing us with the best possible education a junior college has to offer. In the 80 years that Fisher has been in existence, many of its own goals have been achieved. Fisher has maintained and preserved the Beacon Street mansion to the same state as when it was purchased. Fisher is also proud of its accomplishments in establishing 34 extensions for Continuing Education. The Beacon Street mansion now is solely utilized as a women ' s college, while the extensions are co-educational. Both are capable of providing men and women of all ages with certificates and degrees to " make it " in the competitive business world of today. After all, 80 years of experience is behind our education. DEDICATION The two years that we attended F ' isher funior College were ones which touched our li es through experiences, and broadened our spec- trum ot goals through demands which were ex- pected ot ever c)ne. With the help ot the tacult here at I ' isher. our expectations of college life were fulfilled to the greatest extent. With great honor and pride, we the class ot 1983, dedicate our Beacon to vou, the faculty of Fisher Junior College. The Class of 19«V Nancy Bird well Bus. Admin. Secretarial 10 Patricia Broun Bus. Admin. Secretarial Cynthia Collins Fashion Merchandising Barbara Gearing Social Service Child Development 13 Bette Lustig Liberal Arts 15 Dr. Dean Wa ton Liberal Arts ADMINISTRATION AND STAFF Kathy Mills Executive Secretary for Admissions William Russell Susan Savelle Superintendent of Buildings, Secretary to the Director of Carol Springhetti Grounds, and Security Public Relations and Advertising Assistant Director of Financial Aid Kay Sorensen Secretary to the Director of Student Services i Jan Tingley Administrative Assistant to the Dean CAMPUS LIFE I opening Days Sept. 6 7, 1982 28 f||£flf!l|0||St|S All College Outing Boston Harbor Cruise September 11, 1982 32 34 HALLOWEEN PHI THETA KAPPA FALL INDUCTION October 26, 1982 M ol Phi ne,a Kappa.- Row ,: Sheryl L. Anderson, Ka.en J. Bostley, Denise A. Costello. D.ane M, Dav.s, Mary A. Gdard,. Rob., L. SrChnsnne E GendVLisa A. Hacke.t, Rou- 2: K.mberly A. B,«„lt. Maria T, M.ssma, SandraJ, Cox, Pauhne O Donnell, D.anne L. Dollen, Ka " en K McAlp,ne, Cheryl A, Olson, K,m M, Hele.n, Nancy R. Gra.allese, Kathleen J. Upton, Deborah A. Seashokz, Andrea L, Horn, L,sa M, Gibson, Barbara J. Zacchini. Mrs. Varisco, Advisor Mary A. Gelardi, President of Phi Theta Kappa President Boudreau 36 D 1 ; ■ lllllillillaASSOHsesHllllllii.P | i 1 Q Give us wisdom God, we pray that our lives from day to day may reflect on all a-round us That great gift which now has bound us. Chorus For a band of seekers we — . with our magic letters three Phi Theta Kappa Phi Theta Kappa. May our aspirations ever Upward reach: grant we may never By unworthy thought or deed Lower our standard Be our Guide! Chorus By the purity of our living May we help each other, giving Strength to those who need our aid: In this balance we ' ll be weighted. Chorus Andrea Horn Vice President Lisa Hackett Secretary Maria Messina Treasurer Denise Costeilo Historian Christine Gentili Publicity Chairmen 37 HOLIDAY PRESENTATION " The Gift of the Magi " was presented by a group of students on December 15th. Afterwards there was an all college Christmas sing- along. 44 CHRISTMAS BALL Park Plaza Hotel December 17, 1982 Measuring for Caps and Gowns 53 The new you. 55 I enjoy dormitory life because I have met many new friends with whom I hope to keep in touch. I feel dorm life has changed me as a person. I have become more independent and responsible, living here at Fisher. The atmosphere of dorm life is comfortable and a lot of fun. It ' s been a terrific experience, meeting friends, growing up and I wouldn ' t change it for the world. Deryl Smith, ' 83 Sarah Mortimer Hall 102 Beacon Street L to R: Back row: Back Row L to R; Amity Green, Debbie Clark, Susan Kaffka, Karen Kidrick, Andrea Horn, Kris Hallett, Tricia Kittell, Sandy Kent. Second Row L to R: Deryl Smith, Cathy Ricker, Kim Kirk, Lori Desmarais, Kathy Millerick. Front Row L to R: Tracey Savino, Joanne Davis, Joycee Parmelee, Behnda Buchanan, Karen White. Cathy, Michael, Lisa, Julie, and Cristina McLaughlin 58 Robert Smith Hall 104 — 106 Beacon Street L to R: Back row: Ms. Judy Poplawski L to R: Back Row Pamela Kay, Angela Heisfeld, Sharlene Duga, Diana Trolla, Meg Madden, Sarah Dussault, Paula Abrantes, Lori Siegel, Michelle Beaudoin, Beth Miller. Front Row L to R: Lisa Boyle, Sherri Gushing, Kerri Gulick, Lisa Cooley, Lisa Abagnale. 59 Edmund — Florence Hall 112 — 114 Beacon Street n Mrs. Vicki Kusnierz and Dennis Kusnierz L to R Third Row Norma Dekeon, Kim Kalinowski, Elaine Christy, Ilene Kravitz, Judy Sharkey. L to R Second Row: Lynn Golden-Wocell, Lynda Whelan, Stevi Hosey, Katherine Hill, Linda Fell, Beth French, Allison Ennis, Evelyn Axtell, Maureen Kaiser. L to R Bottom Row: Kamala DiUas, Sue Bol- ton, Anne Rochon, Sarah Goodhue. Kathy McGarry. 60 Carty Hall 131 — 133 Beacon Street Mrs. Jennifer Askew, Rachel, Jeff, and Ste- fanie Askew L to R Kim Petit, Ann Forbes, Mia Collins, Shelia Butler, Darcy Shiers, Beth Horgan, Jenni- fer Askew, Deanna Shiers, Carol Payette, Heli Donaldson, Deb Belle, Charlayne Cook, Lisa Spector, Brenda Foy, Lisa McNulty, Dee Salon- ovich, Leslie Walton, Ada Trickey, Laura Coop- man, Keistin Parks, Missy Kline, Rhonda Wil- kinson, Jen French. 3rd Ellen Keeman, Claire Theroux, Debra Kon- ing, Lori Van Derveer, Stephanie Sheen, Barbara Gordon. 4th Tricia Williamson, Shelley Fortier, Bonnie Alper. 5th Beth Laughlin, Bridget Keefe, Sherry Miller. 61 255 Commonwealth Avenue Back Row L to R: Lynne Hickey, Tracey Le- Compte, Michelle Gou- let. Dawn Sanborn, An- naLisa Prip, Rebecca Foreman, Third Row: L to R: Mary Beth Kane, Kori Estes, Michelle Jar- vis, Anne Langhans. Sec- ond Row: Maureen Mad- den. Front Row L to R: Ann Jackman, Karyn Leach, Janine Campbell, Karen Piatt, Tracey Vest. Ms. Nicola Henry 62 COMMUTERS Commuting to Fisher is fun. A casual atmosphere in the student union encourages new friendships. Fisher commuter stu- dents are equally involved in all school functions and activities as well as having their own Commuters ' Club. Commuting to Fisher is interesting and informative. A variety of people can be seen and met on the rides to and from Fisher. Commuters can also tell you just about all there is to know about the transit systems and schedules. Being a part of Boston and feeling the excitement of the city can really be exhilarating, and Fisher commuters make the best weathergirls! — Linda Gibbons, ' 83 64 Fisher ' s Helping Hands 66 Senior Class Officers Anne Rochon: President, Jemiifer Fly tin: Vice-PresicJeut, Sarah Dassault: Secretary, Jane McCabe: Treasurer. 68 Special thanks to Folar(;itl-I ' ur-Iiistant.s at QuiiiC) Market fur their help with photo raplis. Freshman Class Officers Tammy Bartlett: President, Kim Kalifiouski: Vice-President. Linda W ' helan: Secretary, Cava Connell: Treasurer. 6 ) Fashion Club Travel Club L to R. Back Row: Ms. Nancy Greenberg, Koren Estes, Maria Mirabile, Maria Fabbo, Barbara Zacchini, Giuseppina Meoli, Maria Vuona, Debbie L to R: Back row: Mrs. Cindy Collins, Joan Pariseault, Belinda Terino, Kim Helein, Esther Moomjian, Kathy Upton, Maureen Madden, Buchanan, Pam Kay, Nori Klein. Front Row: Leslie Walton, Lori Michelle Kanadanian, Karen Kidrick, Maria Crognale, Lisa Regnetta, Lore VanDerveer, Mary Ellen Schwenk, Noreen Franklin [ DeLuca, Maria Suarez, Lisa Boyle, Angela Heidfeld, Lisa Abagnale. Phi Theta Kappa to R: Mary Gelardi; Pres., Sheryl Anderson, Lisa Hackett; Sec, Chris Gentili, Nancy Gravallese, Maria Messina; Treas., Denise Coste llo, Sandy Cox, Deborah Seasholtz, Cheryl Olson, Karen Bostley, Dianne Dollen, Barbara Zacchini, Kathy Upton, Kim Helein. 70 " The Charles Viewer ' Drama Club L to R; Linda Gibbons; Editor, Dr. Dean Walton, Helga Trim, Cheryl Back Row L to R: Jane McCabe, Barbara Zacchini, Michelle Kanadanian, Olson, Michelle Chilante. Lisa Gagnon Front Row L to R; Maria Suarez, Mrs. Carol Cohen Beacon ' 83 " L to R; Annie Rochon, Laura Finn, Linda Gibbons, Ski Club Third Row L to R: Lisa Amabile, Jennifer Fallon, Lori Vandevol Joyce Parmelle, Sarah Goodhue; Editor Angela Heidfeld, Denise Keider, Andy LaForge, Bridget Keete, Lu.i- Flynn, Linda Sunderland, Rosemarie DiBattista, Jackie Padula Se Row L to R: Susie Bolton, Lisa Boyle, Karen Mendel, Norma Dek Lisa Abagnale, Holly Tyler. Front Row: Lori Young 71 To the Freshman Class: It is time for us to leave and say our goodbyes. Our years here at Fisher are memorable ones, and having you here during our last year has made it even better. Your support as friends and with our activities cannot be overlooked, for when we needed you, all of you were there, ready and willing to be of any assistance. So with great honor, we dedicate this page to you with our very special thanks, and wish all of you the best of luck. " The Class of 1983 " Sharon Bellamy Cheryl Bertone Yvette Blackman Travel and Tourism Administration Executive Secretarial Business Management SENIORS 75 Karen Bostley Travel and Tourism Administration Kathleen Buckley Travel and Toursim Administration Mariejeanne Buissereth Travel and Tourism Administration 76 Deborah Clark Robin Clark June Clooney Executive Secretarial Executive Secretarial Executive Secretarial SENIORS 77 SENIORS 80 Donna Dipinto Business Management Dianne Dollen Executive Secretarial Ann Marie Donaruma Business Accounting Medical Assistant Travel and Tourism Administration Travel and Tourism Ad?ninistration SENIORS I Business Management Travel and Tourism Administration Liberal Arts SENIORS 83 SENIORS Linda Gosselin Michelle Goulet Nancy Gravallese Travel and Tourism Administration Travel and Tourism Administration Travel and Tourism Administration SENIORS 85 Travel and Tourism Administration Fashion Merchandising Medical Assistant SENIORS Pamela Howard Kathleen Jewkes Sonja Johnson Fashion Merchandising Business Accounting , Executive Secretarial SENIORS 88 Fashion Merchandising Travel and Tourism Administration Travel and Tourism Administration SENIORS 89 SENIORS 91 SENIO RS 93 SENIORS 94 Margarida Simas Deidre Simons Tamara Simons Travel and Tourism Administration Executive Secretarial Executive Secretarial SENIORS 97 Patricia Sullivan Deborah Sutherland Diana Swanson Ececutive Secretarial Fashion Merchandising Business Management Beth Tallent Legal Secretarial JMarueen Tatten Travel and Tourism Administration Linda Taylor Travel and Tourism Administration SENIORS 99 Deborah Terino Travel and Tourism Administration Barbara Topor Executive Secretarial Alayna Tucker Lynn Tyburski Kathleen Upton Business Accounting Travel and Tourism Administration Travel and Tourism Administration Gisele Veilleux Maria Vuona Susan Wall Travel and Tourism Administration Travel and Tourism Administration Medical Assistatn SENIORS To the Senior Class: When you receive this yearbook, it will be one of our last times spent together as a whole. Each and everyone of us will soon be on our way in different directions, whether it be in pursuit of a career, continuing your education, or anything else you might choose to do. For many of us, this will be a last farewell, but as for the yearbook, it will be a remembrance of your two years spent here at Fisher, and something you can look back upon for memories of old friends. I wish all of you the best of luck after you leave Fisher, and hope that all of your lives are filled with achievements and happiness. I f f T f V f
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