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Show Hide text for 1982 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 288 of the 1982 volume: “ FL RIDA Sl UTHERN O LLEGE crt y oO - ' ' THE 1982 INTERLACHEN STAFF Editor-in-Chief: Morgan J, Lour Faculty Advisor: Hal Waters Business Manager: Pom Loesche Photographic Editor: Donna Wood Copy Editor: Beth Cohen Section Editors: Suzie Meode, Opening Lori Milligan, Student Life Jose Goono, Norobles Donno Owens, Organizations Suzanne McCollough, Greeks Mary Jane Meherg, Greeks Nino Forrester, Sports Vicki Rice, Administration Susie Hall, Seniors Korin O ' Dowd, Juniors Debbie Gerg, Sophomores Elaine Lussier, Closing Generol Staff: Lyn Acer Christina Miles Pom Alexander Floonne Murdock Joyce Bradley Melonie Porter Jonice Fields Lee Rowond Noncy King Janet Sawyer Barbara Mokris David Steele Mark Mongum Susan Tyler Artist: Lourie Struck Copy Writer: Rich Rassmonn Miss Interlachen Contest Coordinators: Diane Robinson Connie Nickerson Debbie Woterbury Greg Gregory, M.C. Photographers: Jeff Hearn Mark Puflea The Phorojournolism Class, Fall Semester 1961 Special thonks are extended to: Poul Willie Skip Boyer John Obrechr Rick Wilbur ' f " 1 u v " IV»- ••jfe- 1982 INTERLACHEN Florida Southern College Lakeland, Florida Opening 1 Student Life 18 Notables 38 Organizations 56 Greeks 88 Sports 122 Faculty 152 Seniors 180 Juniors 198 Sophomores 218 Freshmen 236 Index 261 Closing 274 ■ « Remember . . . Studying stats in the sun Watching your softball team win the game Talking to Mom and Dad Running around good ' ole Lake Hollingsworth Remember . . . Sharing ice cream with a friend " Chowing down " in the CT Getting ready for the final performance V Remember . . . The Freshmen Talent Show All those skit practices for rush Talking with friends before convocation 10 f . Remember . . . The finishing touches before your yearbook picture was taken Your favorite class and instructor That professional hair trim 11 12 Remember . . . Washing laundry on Friday so you ' ll have clean clothes for the weekend Trying to find an empty parking space Hoping to get a letter, even if it ' s from Mom 13 14 Remember . . . All those hours spent in Roux Library Getting in shape Blowing your horn 15 f 16 Remember . . Taking part in a memory 17 Dear Diary: " Florida Southern College is everything I expected. I mean this place has just a spiderweb of activities. Ob- viously, this college wasn ' t designed for a 24-hour day — there is more to do than I have time for. But I can ' t decide exactly what it is that makes STUDENT LIFE at Florida Southern so great. Could it be the abundance of campus organiza- tions? Or is it the exciting athletic pro- gram? Intramurals? Rush? Studying? Socializing? It couldn ' t be Dominoes — could it? Maybe it ' s the total Southern environment that makes this place a beehive of activity. " •MW V 0S • " TUT 20 TAKE PART IN A MEMORY • • • T je Ffrsf Day: Here come the prep- pies . . . We ' ve only just begun . . . Hello, Ruby! . . . Time to get back in the swing of things . . . We ' re all in our places with bright shiny faces . . . When does rush start? . . . Izods and Polos . . . What does a little sister do? . . . Who is that? . . . Somehow I just don ' t think this is going to work . . . Hey, I ' m a kid — what do you ex- pect? . . . What ' s your major? . . . Reach out and touch someone ... I need all the comfort I can get . . . ' i ' ifi ' ZiXifi 21 22 i% TAKE PART IN A MEMORY Monday: Good Morning from the Q Morning Zoo . . . All great things must come to an end . . . Uh huh, not in my body . . . General Hospital at three . . . Can ' t find that belt strip . . . Twice as long? Almost as long? ... Is it here already? . . . Start me up . . . Chapter . . . Working class dog . . . They really don ' t expect us to eat this, do they? . . . Elenor Rigby . . . Try Chun King for a beautiful body . . . Before, after . . . 23 TAKE PART IN A MEMORY . . . Tuesday: Benzoyl Peroxide . . . Three for one . . . Dominoes tonight . . . The real library . . . Phone bills . . . It ' s a rare bird that can ' t stand a little im- provement . . . Mickey D ' s ... I wouldn ' t dare overwork my hair . . . Don ' t stand so close to me . . . She ' s a bad mamma jamma . . . I ' ve heard about you . . . Chicken fried what? . . . Jeez, Louise! . . . Give it to your girl or give it to your squirrel . . . People . . . Mr. Goodwrench . . . Get a job! . . . 24 25 TAKE PART IN A MEMORY . . . Vr o««4; Vk. .1. • t i 26 Wednesday: Jimbo ' s apple pie a la mode . . . Paranoia, self-destroyer . . . Free money buzzer . . . Convo . . . Just another brick in the wall . . . soup is good food ... A man named Szabo . . . Nothing comes between me and my Calvins . . . Dynasty . . . Get out of my face . . . What is Ronald Reagan ' s favorite vegetable? . . . Thank goodness it fits . . . She ' s got Bette Davis eyes . . . That ' s O.K., I didn ' t want it anyway . . . escape the greasies . . . Grow up and then pop off! . . . ■■■1 HffiSi . 27 giU£:ittBa(i 28 Thursday: He must be a baseball player . . . Ice cream tonight . . . Let ' s have a special moment . . . Jock itch . . . Quarter rootbeer . . . Magnum, P.I. ... I can ' t go for that . . . The cor- ner . . . Happy hour . . . Special touch . . . Everybody ' s working for the weekend . . . Put another dime in the juke box baby . . . Who are you deal- ing now? . . . The maidenform woman — you never know where she ' ll turn up . . . What ' s a GDI? . . . imit } J_J t 30 Friday: Packman fever . . . Shake it up . . . Baby, we were born to run . . . What was your extension again? . . . Get it while it ' s hot . . . No men allowed beyond this point . . . Let ' s get physical . . . Biz, buzz and zoom . . . I.C.S. . . . Hang fire ... Joe Securi- ty Guard ... I forgot her name . . . Free with I.D. . . . Lovin ' , touchin ' , and squeezin ' . . . Goodbye stranger . . . Just what kinda girl do you think • I am? . . . Space queen . . . How long does it take . . . Stevie Nicks . . . TAKE PART IN A MEMORY . . . 31 i I 32 Saturday: Umm-mm-good! ... I never . . . Let ' s bolt . . . You can eat crackers in my bed anytime . . . I ' m just waiting on a friend . . . Twist and shout . . . The Armory . . . I ' ve been to paradise . . . She makes a grown man cry . . . Gentlemen prefer Hanes . . . Kissin ' Cuzzins . . . Steak and shrimp night . . . Comfortably numb . . . All night long ... If I eat one more of these, I ' ll be sick . . . TAKE PART IN A MEMORY . . . 33 TAKE PART IN A MEMORY . . . Sunday: Free hot dogs, wide TV screen . . . Mellow out ... I heard about her from a friend of mine ... If you can ' t do it now, don ' t do it later . . . The hill ... I don ' t feel so hot . . . Where did they end up having the baseball party? . . . Why do fools fall in love? . . . Did you toss your cookies last night? the Heartbreakers maul last night? . Catching rays . . . Tom Petty and . . Who ' d you Blow it off . . . 34 Ana C Zulota — Montes 35 36 . i4.i- W ' - I. 1 ' jKr y mi — " s TS - TAKE PART IN A MEMORY The last day: I ' m outta here . . . Look out world . . . Turn the page . . . Pack up all your troubles ... 1 hope I pass- ed .. . Now the real work begins . . . It ' s been a long time coming . . . No cryin ' now . . . It ' s been real . . . Lovers forever . . . Espirit ... I must be movin ' on ... It went by so fast . . . All good things must come to an end . . . Will we ever meet again . . . You ' ve come a long way baby . . . looks like we made it . . . I ' m history . . . Life got tougher, we got stronger Special thanks goes to Cindy Robinson, Freshman Class Editor; Nancy Stamey, Staff Writer; and Barbara Makris, Sports Writer. 37 38 " I ' ve overlooked probably the most important part of Florida Southern Col- lege — scholastic achievement. The ad- ministration, faculty, and students seem to be engaged in an educational conspiracy. From the Dean ' s list to the honor walk, this school is filled with NOTABLES Florida Southern is a four-year step- ping stone to success in a highly- competitive world where scholastic achievements and honors seem as im- portant as degrees. Depositing your knowledge in the Florida Southern bank is indeed a worthwhile invest- ment — it ' ll pay back with interest. " 39 Dedication I iA William H. Boyer " You can call him ' Skip. ' I call him ' Skippy ' . " by Nancy Stanley It is an honor to be asked to write this dedication of the 1982 issue of the Interlachen to Skip Boyer, Public Relations Director of Florida Southern College. An honor, and yet, for me, an unenviable task; how am I ever going to do it properly? Nothing about Skip Boyer is proper, or mundune . , . In the first place, I call him " Skip- py, " most everyone else calls him " Skip, " only those who don ' t know him call him " Mr. Boyer. " (This minority is small in comparison with those who know Skip.) Skip is more than just a P.R. director. He ' s a P.R. person, always ready to help. Nine times out of ten he ' ll drop what he ' s doing to help you find the right slides so you can finish your pro- ject, or, if you just want to talk, he ' ll in- vite you to come in, sit down, and chat — on occasion he ' ll even hold his phone calls. Skip has served as P.R. Director since 1977. He worked as Director of Public Relations at Virginia Weslyan College for five years before coming to Southern. A native of Omaha, Nebraska, Skip is a 1967 journalism graduate of Hastings College in Nebraska and also holds a master ' s degree in journalism from Kansas State University. He and his wife, Marcia, have two children. Besides being P.R. Director of the college. Skip teaches a course entitled the History of Journalism. This class is a particular favorite; the history of the press has long been a hobby of Skip ' s. (If you go to his office, he ' ll be glad to show you some of his memorabilia.) Skip excels as a free-lance photographer. He also builds models of all sorts of things; his latest, at press time, was a paper model of the Pentagon. And after all these things I lose count, except for one thing; he loves trains and books. In regards to most everything, as public relations director. Skip tries to find a new way to write or design it. He has to find just the right typeface or color. He ' ll cut, paste up, and layout an entire page, then take the whole thing apart again until he gets it exactly the way he wants it. Personally, I just don ' t see how he does it all. And there ' s so many other things I can ' t even write about; like his twinkling blue eyes, or his very dry sense of humor. For more information, I suggest you pay him a visit. You can call him " Skip, " I call him " Skippy. " 40 — Notables i 1982 HONOR WALK STUDENT DAVID E. ROGERS For attaining Florida Southern College ' s highest achievement in the areas of scholarship, leadership, and contribu- tion to the College Community, David Rogers has been chosen 1982 Honor Walk Student. David has served as Presi- dent and Vice-President of Inter-Fraternal Council, Treasurer of Student Government, Vice-President of Omicron Delta Kappa, and Treasurer of Sigma Phi Epsilon. He was selected for Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, Greek Hall of Fame, and the 1980-81 Zeta Tau Alpha Sweetheart. A member of Student Union Board, Sigma Delta Pi, and Fellowship of Christian Athletes, David is an accounting major from Akron, Ohio. Congratulations to David E. Rogers, 1982 Honor Walk Student. Notables — 41 ftttmrn ifi ummmm iimmm nummmunmmmnr 42 — Notables i MISS INTERLACHEN 1982 Jama Smith Jama Smith, Florida Southern ' s Miss Interlachen 1982, is a sophomore from Wauchula, Florida. Her campus activities include membership in Alpha Chi Omega sorority, Pi Kappa Phi little sister, and Phi Sigma Kappa Pledge Class Sweetheart. Miss Smith was sponsored by the Citrus House. Notables — 43 FIRST RUNNER-UP Meri Rivers 44 — Notables SECOND RUNNER-UP Mary Ellen Mazzanti Notables — 45 MISS INTERLACHEN FINALISTS Connie Duff Cindra Farley Lori Harden 46 — Notables Bibiana Gomez Sharon Kapraun Evanne Logan Mauclin McGann Notables — 47 Miss Interlachen Contestants Robbin Achille — Pi Kappa Phi Lorrie Adkisson — Wright ' s Hall Beverly Alvis — Lambda Chi Alpha Mary Beth Basserdet — Princeton Linda Brooks — Sigma Chi Beth Cohen — Columbia Nancy Creech — Alpha Chi Omega Debbie Crocker — HoUingsworth Drive Lynn Domagala — Alpha Omicron Pi Lorraine Drake — Tau Kappa Epsilon Connie Duff — Day Students Cindra Farley — Kappa Delta Kim Gogarty — Sigma Alpha Epsilon Bibiana Gomez — AWS Lori Harden — Student Government Linda Keys — Building 25 Sharon Kapraun — Allan Spivey Carol Kistler — Theta Chi Marv Ellen Mazzantt — Zeta Tau Alpha Kay Manly — Building 15 Dianne Lindgren — Phi Mu Evanne Logan — Alpha Delta Pi Mauclin McGann — Harvard Heather Patten — Student Center Lori Peacock — Joesph Reynolds (upperclassmen) Jenny Puffer — Kappa Alpha Priscilla Richardson — Junior Advisors Meri Rivers — Phi Sigma Kappa Carrie Roche — Building 20 Teresa Schrader — Joesph Reynolds Jama Smith — Citrus House Valerie Thomas — Sigma Phi Epsilon Beth Wall — Allan Spivey (upperclassmen) Debbie Waldo — Student Union Board Laura Lee Wold — Building 14 Lisa Young — Pi Kappa Alpha 48 — Notables INTERLACHEN JUDGE 1982 ARNOLD PALMER Famous golf champion Arnold Palmer was chosen to be this year ' s Miss Interlachen Judge. Mr. Palmer had the difficult task of selecting Florida Southern ' s Miss Interlachen and two runners-up from the photographs of ten finalists. A great deal of thanks goes to Arnold Palmer for his assistance in FSC ' s Beauty pageant. Notables — 49 MISS SOUTHERN 1982 Mary Ellen Mazzanti Miss Southern 1982, Mary Ellen Mazzanti is a French Education major from Seaside Heights, New Jersey. Representing Zeta Tau Alpha, Mi ss Mazzanti ' s activities include Zeta Tau Alpha Secretary (1980), current 1st Vice-President and senior member and chairman of Judicial Board, ODK, Leadership Honorary President, Kappa Delta Pi Education Honorary Membership, Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, Newman Club Member, Past Junior Adviser, Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweetheart, and French Club Vice-President. 50 — Notables Miss Southern Candidates Deborah Adams Wright ' s Hall Beth Brisbin Columbia Hall Kathleen Corbett Alpha Chi Omega Kathryn Deatherage Building 25 Ellen Edwards Alpha Delta Pi Adriana Evans AWS Janice Fields 115 HoUingsworth Susan Flight Building 14 Sharon Granholm Kappa Delta Karen Grant Alpha Omicron Pi Shelly Harrison Harvard Hall Amy Heuser Princeton Hall Patricia Huckery Building 20 Jennie Lane PhiMu Mary Ellen Mazzanti Zeta Tau Alpha Maria Oliver ODK Marjorie Reece Diane Robinson Karen Schuetz SGA Joseph Reynolds Hall AUan-Spivey Hall Notables — 51 ARNOLD PALMER 48th HONORARY CHANCELLOR Legendary golf great Arnold Palmer is the 48th in a long line of distinguished national and interna- tional leaders to serve as the Honorary Chancellor of Florida Southern College. Palmer ' s amazing career began with his victory in the U.S. Amateur Championship in 1954. He turned professional a few months later and has played on the pro tournament circuit since then. His hottest period was a four-year stretch from 1960- 1963 when he landed 29 titles and collected almost $400,000 at a time when the purses were much smaller than today. It was also during this period that Palmer made his move into the business world. Today he is the president of Arnold Palmer Enterprises, a multi-division organization encompassing much of his commercial activities. He is also the president and owner of Latrobe Country Club in Pennsylvania and the president and principal owner of Bay Hill Club and Lodge in Orlando, the scene of the Bay Hill Classic, an important stop on the U.S. Tour. It is with pleasure that we welcome Mr. Palmer, a champion athlete, business executive, and devoted husband and father. 52 — Notables Sub Talent Show Windon Newton placed first with a jazz piano solo. James C. Roger, Jr. Award David E. Rogers Janet Winslow won second prize for singing " When I Just Wear My Smile. " The third place winner was singer Christopher Sanders accompanied by guitarist Christopher Satterfield. Notables — 53 MKJRMUyjWttM HTw- " ' — ' iiTHMTninnMiinMiifiiiiiiiii Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities Thirty-two students were selected from among the student body at Florida Southern to appear in the 1981-82 edition of Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. These students were chosen based on their academic achievement, service to community, leadership in extracurricular activities, and future potential. Pictured Above, 1st Row, L-R: John Moran, Kim Gogerty, Kim Poinsett, Carl Danielson, Cathy Christos, Amy DuBois. 2nd Row, L -R: Maisie Powell, Daryl Meyer, Amy Heuser, Donna Parkman, Sandy Caldwell, Craig Clendinen. Not Pictured: Karen DuBois, Dori Drummond, Dan Everhart, Susan Flight, Helen Graff, Cindy Hardin, Pat Huckery, Tommy Ingram, Phil Kniskern, Mary Ellen Mazzanti, Bill Philips, Briggette Robinson, Diane Robinson, David Rogers, Marjorie Reece, Steven Sviontek, Temple Thomas, Larry Vignola, Melinda Webster, and Jeffrey Williams. 54 — Notables Greek Hall of Fame The Greek Hall of Fame consists of an annual selection of outstanding Fraternity and Sorority members who, through their involvement and spirit, have aided the growth of the Greek System on Campus. Left to Right; Ward Stephens, Isabel Teran, Jerry Vanderstyne, Lisa Pannazzo. Left to Right: Chip Stoicovy, Lany Vignola, David Rogers, Mary Ellen Mazzanti. Left to Right: Jeff Tutan, Cindra Farley, Cathy Chhstos, Brian Strand Left to Right: Steve Sviontek, Susie Hall, Temple Thomas, Greg Bollinger. Notables — 55 " Wouldn ' t it be great if there was a school where the majority of its students were actually involved in a host of ORGANIZATIONS Wouldn ' t it be great if there was a place where there were enough clubs and honor societies to accommodate students from almost every walk of life? Well I ' ve got good news: there is such a place. Florida Southern College. " ORGANIZATIONS Interlachen Advertising Club Southern Writers Southern Editors Interlachen is the College year- book. Positions are open to anyone willing to work. Many long hours are put into each edition in hopes of making each yearbook better than the last. The Advertising club is new on campus this year. Their purpose is to promote professionalism in the advertising field and to help each other find internships and jobs. The club hosts guest speakers and par- ticipates in national advertising competition. The Southern, the campus newspaper, serves as a lab for jour- nalism students. It is staffed by students in the media writing and editing classes. Cindy Hardin is editor and Mr. Hal Waters is advisor. Its main purpose is to provide a training ground for prospective journalists. Interlachen Advertising Club 1st Row L-R: Beth Cohen. Suzanne McCoilough. Vickie Rice. Christina Miles, Donna Wood, Nina Forrester, Elaine Lussier 2nd Row L-R: Krvs Tnffon, Floanne Murdock, Cindy Robinson. Debbie Cerg. Diane Robinson 3rd Row L- R: Dave Steele, Susie Hall, Suzi Meade, Mary Jane Meherg, Donna Owens, Kann O ' Dowd- Not Pictured: Morgan Laur, Mark Mangum 1st Row L-R: Angie Mathis, Nina Forrester. Jennifer Bruce, Pam Alexander, Cheryl DelMastro, Mandy Kimmer. Cary Sheppard. Janet Sawyer 2nd Row L-R: Dan Wiser. Laurie Nelson, Haley Brock, Lyn Acer. Karen Schuetz. Kelly Waters. Pres.. Cindra Farley, Linda Brooks. Not Pictured: Donna Osbourne. Lee Rowand, Lisa Young, Susan Pollard. Gary George, Morgan Laur Cindy always has the time to smile even while editing. 58 — Organizations Southern Writers Standing L-R: Pam Kosten, Joyce Brown, Jodi Lisa Rome, Maureen |ahns, Susie Story, Debbie Letts, Julie Manney, Lori Milligan, Lori Peacock, Lorraine Rideout Silting L-R: Linda Keys, Lynn Acer, Pam Alexander, Patti Daniel, Emily Griffith, Diane Rhea, Nina Forrester, Nora Gould, Kneeling: Mark Miley. Southern Editors 1st Row L-R: Kim Brawn, Jean Henry, Elaine Lussier, Haley Brock, Cathy Dorion, Cindy Hardin — editor-in-chief. 2nd Row L-R: Ed Rodriguez, Laurie Nelson, Mark Hungryford, Beth Cohen, Sue Pollard, Dave Steele, Hal Waters — advisor Organizations — 59 MSGA AWS Student Government Association Men ' s Student Government Association: Seated L-R: Craig Clendinen. Steve Svlonfek Standing: Jeffery Sweat, Ed Rodriguez, Sandy Lechner. Association of Women Students: 1st Row L-R: Kalhreen Crenshaw, Debbie Kalchbrenner, Kathye Basti das. Rebeca Martinez, Rhonda Holton, Sharon O ' Conner 2nd Row: Robbin Achille, Temple Thomas, Debbie Erwin, Adriana Evans, Karen Wertz- 3rd Row: Cindy Robinson, Donna Parkman, Christine Blanpain, Loretta Chapman. Sue Bischoff, Tami Shearer, Deedra Stebbins, Jane Bednar, Kim Pickering — Advisor. 60 — Organizations The Men ' s Student Government Association is concerned with the in- terests of male students on campus. They are getting organized this year by hoping to get discounts for the students from local merchants and are trying to improve the male dorms. The Association of Women ' s Students helps to involve the women on campus in school and community activities. One of their many projects is a fund raiser for the Lakeland Speech and Hearing Clinic. AWS also sponsors an annual fashion show. Members are required to have a GPA of 2.0 and be a full- time student on campus. The Student Government Associa- tion works closely with the students and administration to establish by- laws and student-related activities on campus. Some of their many ac- tivities include a leadership con- ference. Miss Southern elections, student food discounts from the community, and they also represent students in campus affairs. Student Government Association 1st Row L-R: Phil Kniskern, Kim Belmonte, Mark Podolle, Kathye Bastidas, Joe Baker, Dave Steele 2nd Row: Shelly Harrison, Allison Hartman, Jamie Knox, Nancy Holm, Kim Calvert, Cindy Robinson, Ed Rodriguez. 3rd Row: Dave Rogers, Temple Thomas, Craig Clendinen, Steve Sviontek, Kim Brawn, Paul Westscott, 4th Row: Sandy Lechner, Donna Parkman, Margorie Greece, Jeffery Sweet. Organizations — 61 iB nfKxn!unynMxmaif;xniva»arianmia.n wnuM3BSM SUB Judicial Board SG A Cabinet SGA Executive Board SGA Executive Board Left to Right: Shelly Harrison Phil Kniskern Temple Thomas David Rogers SGA Cabinet Kneeling l-R: Larry VignoU, Phil Kniskern, Mark Podolle, Dave Rogers, Jamie Knox Standing L-R: Cindy Robinson, Cindy Hardin, Cathy Dorion, Temple Thomas, Donna Parkman, Shelly Harrison 62 — Organizations The SUB serves our campus by providing extra curricular activities which include outdoor concerts, cof- feehouses, dances, and special events during the holidays. These events enhance FSC students with educa- tional, cultural, and recreational programs. Judicial Board Left to Right: Cathy Christos Susan Flight Leslie Hayworth Adriana Evans Temple Thomas Sanford Lechner Steve Sviontek Jeffrey Sweet Ed Rodriguez SUB Isl Row L-R: Rick Dimbath, Kim Walker, Kelly Nickerson, Jodi Lisa Rome, Joyce Bradley, Sherrie Crane, Cathy Dorion, Don Drunvmond. 2nd Row L-R: Ed Rodriguez, Karen Grob, Jeff Sweet, Nina Forrester, Alan Pex, Diane Dierk, Debbie Waldo, Mark Jordan, Mrs. Melinda Luce. 3rd Row L-R: Tom Blade, Nick Nelepa, Mary Thorn, Paul Westscott, Bret Seligman.jg mual Luce. Organizations — 63 SWAP (Students with a Purpose) is a non-denominational group whose emphasis is on Christ. The group, along with Chaplain Bill Barnes, shares, sings, and studies together. Hillel is a newly-formed Jewish organization on campus. The students discuss their faith, and how it plays a role in the world today. The Newman Club is an organiza- tion made up of primarily Catholic students who get together to discuss the old and new issues in the Catholic religion. The Newman Club is advised by Father Patrick Sheedy. Hillel Club: Sitting, L-R: Suzie Lissner, Michele Friedman, Sue Mapou, Beth Cohen, Jodi Lisa Rome Standing, L-R: Rabbi Mordecai Levy, D. D., Mark Podolle, Barry Logan, Sanford Lechner, Bret Seligman, Andrew Kassman. Newman Club: Members include; Mary Blen Mazzanti, John Carture, Claudia Bemate, Maiybelh Federico, Donna Crosaen, Bricen Gurchiek, Mike Culumber, Mark Patricoski, Dawn Riddle, Cathy While, Connie Piemonte, Cynthia Hughes, Kim Gogerty, Laura Massimilla, John Bowman, John Rinaldi, Donna St. Germain, Marilyn Loeache, Suzanne Bubregh, Sherrie Crane, Melinda Shipley, Cathy Dorion, Monica Kiley, John Moran, Rocco Briante, Joe Turk, Juan Carlos de Rada, Ed Crews, Mike Hoisfield, Mike Leddy, Bill Olejasz, Dave Parkulo, Tim Peiffer, John Lamothe, Carl Daniels, Greg Sreeman, Barbara Sreeman, Keith Gray, Tom Evans, Elizabeth de Rada, Jose Gaona, Juan Carlos Zapata, Mylene Albert. 64 — Organizations ORGANIZATIONS SUPREME COURT SWAP NEWMAN CLUB HILLEL CLUB Supreme Court: Sitting, L-R: Kim Brawn, Maureen Jahns, Lisa Harrington. Standing, L-R: Mark Fraiser, Mark PodoUe, Donna Parkman, Mark Munson, Jayce Hoily. Not Pictured: Marjorie Reece. SWAP: Sitting, L-R: Paul Parzik, Jackie Brown, Ann-Marie Kemp. 2nd Row, l-R: Kathy Oeatherage, Malt Hankal, Bill Winkler, Vicky Burton, Amy Jorgenaen, Susan WUliams. 3rd Row, L-R: Mylene Alberto, Chris Miley, Jane Bediur, Joe Baker, John Fisher, Jodie Drees. Not Pictured: Cana Schmidt, Ken Groff. Organizations — 65 jnn.mmMmmaaimmvnMi.i- Pre-Ministerials Sitting L-R: Jamie Westlake, Peter Cotlrell, Mike Lewis Kneeling: Dana Everhart, Bruce Bunton, Clay Kull, John Fisher, Standing: Mark Mangum, Nancy Heitzenrater. Al Beck, Chaplain Bill Barnes, Gerry Sweat. FCA Ist Row L-R: Clay Kull, Dana Everhart. Cerry Sweat, Kirk Hodson, Tim Mulford, Rob Collins. David Moenning, Chaplain Bill Barnes. 2nd Row: Maureen Jahns, Pam Roy, Teresa Schrader, Vickie Johnson, Lisa Ham. Patti Roy. Sheryl Dunlap. Laurie Ford, Karyn Folland f- -K ' - j!fa-i 5 ■ r : 66 — Organizations Wesley Fellowship is a group of students whose purpose is, to " sup- port one another in Christian love. " They do this in several ways. Each year Wesley has retreats, projects to fight world hunger, special speakers and informative programs. Through these and other activities Wesley Fellowship grows as a caring group, both inwardly and outwardly. Chaplain Bill Barnes is the advisor to Wesley, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and Pre-Ministerial. The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is an organization whose primary purpose lies in both the adventure and challenge of living the Christian life. Although the organization is mostly made up of athletes, all are invited to join who have an interest in sports and Chris- tian fellowship. The Pre-Ministerial students, af- fectionately known as the " pre- minis " carry on theological discus- sions to develop their " theology. " The pre-minis, led by Bruce Bunton, help to present real-life situations to discuss. Wesley Fellowship Ist Row L-R: Susan Christopher, Julie Manney, David Williams, June Landis, Dana Everhart. Jan Miles, Sue Stauffer, Jodi Hooper, Mike Lewis, Beth Brisbin, Bill Fisackerly 2nd Row L-R: Carol Pittard, Debbie Ennaco, VVeldon Parsons, Janice Simpson, Tracy Seiford, Mandy Kimmer, Blanche Marie Fisackerly, Laurie Ford, Jodi Hooper, Jamie Westlake, 3rd Row L-R: Mark Mangum, Lisa Boegan, Bruce Bunton, Doreen Lawrence, Peter Cottrell, Leslie Noone, Steve Jenkins, Priscilla Smith, Al Beck, Chaplain Bill Barnes, Sharon Kelly, Matt Hankal, Lucy Jones, Gerry Sweat, Clay Kull, Donna Owens, Linda Pittard, Rafe Vigil, Paul Westcott. Not Pictured: Vickie Johnson, Dirk Schmidt, Susan Williams, Steve Hartsfield, Durwood Foshee, Julie Rogers, Debbie Adams, Sheila Dyer, Eleanore Couper, Sharon O ' Connor, Ira Anderson, Catherine Neff, Carole Washuta, Terri Thomas, Glenda Gage, Luzanne Jackson, Jim Twigg, Joyce Todd, Lisa Carlton, Holly Goodrich, Karen Wesley, Tami Sawyer, Bill Winkler, Lisa Linley. »«.i r - 1- ; r- i ' ft.!! " " i iil I i i ' I ' r -y ;. : vVW - ' y: ' ■. ' . k.- c x s Organizations — 67 Chorale Chapel Choir Bell Choir Vagabonds Composed of many talented voices the Chapel Choir provides music during the Sunday morning chapel services. Chapel Choir is open to anyone who likes to sing. Chorale, the largest group of talented singers on campus, perform at many con- certs, the most noteworthy being the Christmas Gala and Spring concert. The director is James Slutz. Chapel Choir Isl Row L-R; Diane Dierk, Laura Dings, Alan Pex, June Landis. 2nd Row L-R: Rebekah Haubry — director, Steve Jenkins, Priscilla Smith, Tami Sawyer. Not Pictured: Donna Owens, Al Beck, Kristia Berry. Chorale l9l Row L-R; Jennifer Hermany, Becky Dison, Dretha Ison, Kathve Bastidas, Charla Drake, Rhonda Holton, Weldon Parsons, Cindy Dunwoody, Laurie Peacock, Dr. Penn — Director. 2nd Row L-R: Janice Simpson, Jackie Kourmpates. Paul Puckett, Dawn Gnffin, David MarmoL Judy Pickins, Beth Wail, Cindy Trickei. 3rd Row L-R: Linda Zirbas. Doug Trudeau, Lynn Keenan, Brenda Snedden, Linda Parkos, Jill Emerson, Karyn Folland, Linda Lennon. 4th Row L-R: Carol Pittard, David King, Kathy Bouse, Keith Greenwood, Priscilla Smith. Matt Hankal, Cindy Robetts, Cathy Deathridge, Don Clay, Susan Christopher, Susan Williams, George Stanley, Paul Parsick, Tim Dix, Darrell Hurley 68 — Organizations Bell Choir Isl Row L-R: Amy Allen, Jan Miles, Lucy Huston, Ginger Garber, 2nd Row L-R: John Whitehead, Jayne Taylor, Linda Zirbas, Lauren Rodbery, Mary Ruth Galloway — Director- 3rd Row L-R: Susan Christopher, Priscilla Smith, Diana Fogleman, Denise van Nus, 4th Row L-R: Dirk Schmidt, Gregg Bantz, Mark Mangum. Like any of the other performing arts, the bell choir puts in many hours of practice before their pro- gram is ready. Although the choir does tour across the state, most of the concerts are in the Lakeland area. The bell choir is for anyone in- terested in music. Faculty approval is required. The Vagabonds is the oldest organization on campus and serves to unite students who have an in- terest in theatre and drama. Presi- dent Bill Phillips works along with secretary Karen Parham to coor- dinate participation. Some of the club ' s functions include theatre pro- ductions. Vagabond Day on campus, and the American College Theatre Festival. The advisor for the Vagabonds is professor Mel Wooton. Vagabonds ls« Row L-R: Mark Staggs, Kim Grant, Cheryl Neff, Andrea Kim Walker, Maisie Powell, Dr Grange — production director. 2nd Row: Mel Wooton, Kathy Kanitsch, Cindy Hardin, Doug Trudeau, Karen Parham. Lori Robinson, Anthony Gruppuso, 3rd Row: Larry Lebo, Robin Gerhard, Bill Willard, Jack Stewart, Dana Hanson, Tim Conelly. Not Pictured: Bill Phillips, Rafe Vigil, Pete Ruffner, Chen Cameron, Keri Kelsey. Organizations — 69 gJ flH I flWJja J M J Mfg ■ ORGANIZATIONS CONCERT BAND DIXIELAND BAND BAPTIST STUDENT UNION AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY The Dixieland Band, under the direction of James Slutz, is composed of some of the best musicians at FSC. The members combine their talents and humor to entertain an audience. Once the Dixieland band completes a performance, the audience usually wants to hear more. Concert Band, also under the direction of James Slutz, performs a wide variety of music throughout the year. Concerts are played on campus as well as on tour. This year the band added a two day mini-tour. The members of the band take pride in performing at their highest degree of proficiency. The band members play not only because they enjoy music, but also that others may enjoy their music. Dixieland Band: Left to Right: Steve Dowdie, Linda Zirbas, John Goolsby, Donna Greener, Doug Noah, Stephen Allen, Dirk Schmidt, Jeff McVey, Linda Stefanos. Concert Band: iBt Circle: Donna Greener, Linda Zirbas, Cana Schmidt, Sherrie Boyd, Jackie Kourmpates, Holly Grader. 2nd Circle; Tom Geller, Steve Dowdie, Anne Fox, Debbie Zill, Debbie Munday, Ann Norsworthy, Liz Cox, Mandy Kimmer, Melinda Tew. 3rd Circle: Diane Thomas, Tim Dix, Ginger Gilbert, Patti Harrison, Sherrie Ruth, Bill Willard, John Goolsby, Greg Wilkes, Dretha Ison, Buddy Kramer, Stephen Hartsfield, Anne Hubbard, Craig Clendinen. 4th Circle: Steve Allen, Mark Brisben, Bill Fisackerly, Billy Cockerell, Mike McCoy, Willie Harris, Leda Cooks, Cheryl Neff, Karen Conner, Linda Stefanos, Jim Tew, Jeff McVey, Dirk Schmidt. SUnding: Jack Stewart, Linda Lennon, Doug Noah, Don Clay, Christiana Geissler, Linda Mann, Curt Laur, Mr. Slutz — director. 70 — Organizations The Baptist Student Union keeps one major goal in mind. They wish to reach into themselves in order to reach out to others. They base their fellowship on the passage Matthew 22:36-40 dealing with the two great commandments of life. Baptist Student Union: Left to Right: John Manry, Jody Hooper, Warel Bradley, Kathryn Holmes, Jeff Lawson. Not Pictured: Kindra Nickelson, Laura Dings, Ann Marie Kemp, Nora Pitts, Joanna Scotfield, Jackie Brown, Carol Washuta, Don Moose, Sherry McCraw, Janie Miller, Cindy Hockgrevar. American Chemical Society: 1st Row: Sabrina Maxwell, Amy Sheifer, Karen Ann Dubois, Susan Ritsema, Steve Ridge, Rick Dimbath. 2nd Row: Joe Wheatley, Dr. Agre, Dr. Howard Dinsmore, Beth Allan, Jen- nifer Smith, Dr. Richard White, Jerry Bulen, Maria Oliver, Kristia Berry, Chris Miley. 3rd Row: Dr. Thomas Willard, Rick Holmes, Roland Reeves, Griff Jones, Ralph Robertson, Frank Halili, Daniel Halili, Calvin M. Ellis. Organizations — 71 Ill w iwai I— W ■ 1 1 1 IW ■■■ ORGANIZATIONS CITRUS CLUB FNGA WOMEN ' S INTRAMURAL BOARD MEN ' S INTRAMURAL BOARD FNGA First Row, L-R: Dr. Rubert W. Prevatt, Sue Herdman, Margie Maiese, Philip Her, Betsy Kirkland, Gor- don Cox, Malcolm Manners. Second Row, L-R: Jackie Bryan, Karen A. DuBois, Joe Hurley, Rod Jaeger, Stan Hawthorne, Prof. Thomas B. Mack. is lfl y Ui W K 9 h: ' J : ' - T T v ' n fcfey ..- . ; i ' i ' ' Mi Citrus Club Front Row, L-R: Gordon Cox, Phil Her, Rod Jaeger, Joseph Hancock, Gregg Hartt, Austin Merritt, Stan Hawthorne, Steve Farr, Rick Turner, Mark Peterson, Dr. Rubert Prevatt. Second Row, L-R: Prof. Thomas B Mack, Keith Holtsclaw, Matt Copeland, Greg Gordon, Jody Lins, Steve Rogers, Jim Causey, Diane Wegerif, Chris Rogers, Tyson Lykes, Matthew Wynne, Ivy Vogel, James Murphy, V. C. Hollingsworth, Pan Stenger, Lisa Young, Margie Maiese, Brett Wells, Betsy Kirkland, Danny Fields, David Robinson, Prof. Malcolm Manners, Professor Sue Herdman. Back Row, L-R: Brad Rice, Craig Miley, Preston Wells IH, Bryan Belcher, Craig Helseth, Parker Platts, Janice Wheeler, Benson Hartle, Doug Peek, J. T. Maple, James Muraro, Richard MacKenzie. 72 — Organizations The Women ' s Intramurals associa- tion was initiated by Eulalie Ginn in 1936. Their function is to bring sports recreation to the female students of Florida Southern Col- lege, while at the same time giving the Physical Education and Recrea- tion Majors experience in officiating and coaching. Sports include; Ar- chery, Badminton, Basketball, Bowl- ing, Softball, and Volleyball. There are two faculty advisors, Mrs. Katherine Straw for the first semester and Mrs. Kathy Benn for the second semester. Aiding in the coordination of the Intramural pro- gram are two students from the Physical Education Athletic Depart- ment. The two student assistant directors for the first semester are Maria Hardwick and Loralei Riker, and Amy Mock and»Maria Hardwick for the second semester. To make the connection between teams and the program directors are the In- tramurals Representatives. Women ' s Intramurals Isl Row, L-R: Loralei Riker, Clare Allen, Monica Kiley, Lisa Jackson. Leigh West. 2nd Row, L-R: Mrs. Straw, Lisa Harr- ington, Marie Hardwick, Wendy Blair, Kim Christensen, Mrs. Benn Not Pictured: Beth Miller, Myra Penuel, Sherrie Crane, Debra Morgan, Amy Mock, Lissa Lagoni. Men ' s Intramurals 1st Row, L-R: Chris Phleg, Jim Whitten, Doug Carpenter, Rob Burnett, Pat Hart, David Marmol, John Summers, Kevin Ban- field, 2nd Row, L-R: Rob Cronkite, Greg Bollonger, Brad Cluxton, Ward Stevens, Keith Bolin, Eric Rupert. Organizations — 73 j J 1- i.tf ..r vJJ ' « ' - Tw«. ' Tiifi ffnT --■K T .-ijffnM p«»«i i» fc«i«t» i»M« Sailing Club L-R: Lindd Wilson, Deedra Stebbins, Jack Harris, Nancy Holm, Mark Jor- dan, Rick Marlowe Not Pictured: Jim Kazanecki. SCEC Ist Row: Ginger Garber, Jan Miles, Beth Miller, Lucy Huston, Brenda Snedden, Kam Blackburn. 2nd Row: Landa Allen, Beverly Taylor, Leslie Noone, Doreen Lawrence, Debbie Trombley, Mary Jane Meherg Not Pictured: Cathy White. Debbie Kalchbrenner, Thomas Geller, Kathy Axt, Linda Kinzer, Kelly McCarley, Barb Gebbat, Missy Couture, Deedra Stebbins, Mary )o Noble, Nancy Stacy 74 — Organizations Sailing Club SCEC ASPA The Student Council for Excep- tional Children is devoted to enhan- cing awareness as well as improving the education and environment of handicapped individuals. Projects this year included a visit from a deaf interpreter, attending two state-wide conventions, and ushering for the deaf theater. The American Society for Person- nel Administration has an active chapter on campus. They have speakers, fund raising activities and active field trips. ASPA is a valuable asset to its members. Those interested in sailing, and have twelve hours at FSC can join together for cruises and outings in the Sailing Club. Under the advisor- ship of Coach Luce, the group enjoys the outdoors and a noticeable tan. ASPA l8t Row l-R: Ann-Marie Kemp. Cindy Wagner, Blaze Burgoon, Lisa Dean, Cathy Chhstos, Sharon Granholm, L.sa Maynard. Top Row L-R: John Umothe Curt Guyer Ste ve Peirsol, Tom Ingram, Steve Poole, Robert Waldron, Kent Hobart, Kenneth Groendal Organizations — 75 pl M tvvf j u-M- .j.: •.n.Mi-ti-„-mw., i The Mocettes were founded in 1978 by the combined efforts of Coach Wissel and Coach Snieitzy. It is a pep club for the basketball team. They raise money to cover traveling expenses to away games with major emphasis on attending the NCAA tournament in Springfield, Mass. ORGANIZATIONS HOUSEMOTHERS MOCETTES RESIDENT ADVISOR JUNIOR ADVISOR Mocettes: 1st Row, L-R: Cindy Robinson, Judi Jones, Laura Melton, 2nd Row, L-R: Jennifer Gray, Kim Collins, Donna St, Germain, Janice Fields. Not Pictured: Valerie Carney, Mauclin Mc- Cann, Debbie Smith, Julia Willis, Linda Skinner. iHinF] II m jlH B fn i Housemothers: l»l Row, l-R: Mrs. Elenor Chandler, Mrs Lucy Muggins, Mrs. Gladys Newton, Mrs. Pauline Mohler, Mrs. Laura Byrkie, Mrs Bet- ty Mills, Mrs Francis McDaniel, Mrs. Irene Bond, Mrs. Susan Westerfield, Miss Barbara Bryan 2nd Row, L-R: Mrs Marion Pope, Mrs Hallie Porter, Mrs. Hazel Michael, Mrs. Elizabeth Covington, Mrs. June Lashbrook, Mrs. Eulaie Myers. Mrs. Marie Mericle, Mrs. Lilah Chisolm, Mrs. Edwena House, Mrs. Evelyn Glass, Mrs. Myrtis Denman. MiMing: Mrs. Marion Councill, Mrs. Nancy Lefler, Mrs. Fern Telling, Mrs. Mary Yelton. 76 — Organizations J.A S Isl Row, L-R: Pam Alexander, Barbara Twible, Leslie Hayworth, Cathy Dorion, Linda Suttlehan, Alice Stone, Pam Stratos 2nd Row, L-R: Karen Schuetz, Maggie Selbach, Diane Renniger, Debbie Bauer, Michelle Kabel, Jill Tutan, Priscilla Richardson. Not Pictured: Susie Stoiy, Sheri Hand, Sherry Mims. R.A S: 1st Row, L-R: Tim Richardson, Ron Wander, Richard Holmes, Steve Stviontek, Todd Thomas, Bill Olejasz 2nd Row, l-R: Mark Munson, John Moran, Leif Goodson, Craig Clenniden, Carson Thorn, John Rinaldi. Organizations — 71 f«»-JI ' A »-jnM» -v«-n— ' »J »»»» " ffiTiiTiiTfflrf " " r " " ' ' ™ " ' " " ' The Spanish society welcomes all students interested in Latin and Spanish-American culture and civilization. Dr. Carlos Calonge ad- vises the group and helps plan a yearly trip either to Miami or St. Augustine as one of their many activities. The French Club becomes active with its foreign language clubs dur- ing the year. Under advisor Dr. Bran- don, the group works to understand the French language and culture. Pi Gamma Mu is a National Social Sciences Fraternity that honors scholarly students in the field of the social sciences. They have meetings with special guest speakers who speak on the future of social sciences. The German Club is composed of those students with a special interest in the German language and culture. They work hard in understanding the German way of life. Spanish Club: 1st Row: Isa Diaz de Arce, Suzanne Bubregh, Debbie Waterbury, Bibiana Gomez, Maria Oliver, Rebeca Martinez, Elizabeth de Rada. 2nd Row: Adreana Evans, Mylene Alberto, Alba Frets, Shelly Harrison, Carmen Morejon, Miritha Vallejo, Claudia Bemate, Karen Loyes. 3rd Row: Debbie Crocker, Mary Ann Jonergan, Juan C. Zapata, Professor Jose R. Martinez, Loretta Chapman, Jessica Wilson, Dr. Calonge, Karen Porter, Holly Lou Simpson, Wendy Hall, Linda Wilson, Nancy Holm, Deedra Stebbins, Priscilla Richardson. French Club: l»t Row: Amy Bardill, Holly Alexander, Joyce Bradley, Susan Rinsema, Jennifer Hopkins, Laura Ding, Faith Gibson. 2nd Row: Linda Lohne, Sharon McCrudden, Claudia Bemante, Mary Ellen Ma zanK, Christine Blainpain, Sheri Szabo, Dawn Riddie, Chris Towne, Kim Wirwick, Vanesa Croner, Holly Goodrich. 3rd Row: Chuck Kline, Tim Hoye, Bibi Gomez, Mis. vonPaleske, Sharon Hommereon, Dr.Brandon, Michelle Boisvert, Zack Clarkson, Carolyn Marshall, Heather Patten. 78 — Organizations ORGANIZATIONS SPANISH CLUB FRENCH CLUB PI GAMMA MU GERMAN CLUB Pi Gamma Mu: l»t Row: Maiiorie Reece, Karen Penn, Adriana Evans, Karen Collins, Susan Flight. 2nd Row: Dr. Parker, Dr. Durrence, Dr. Santosuosso. Not Pictured: Dori Drummond, Kathryn Ford, Betsy Graff, Shelly Harrison, Steve Sviontek, Nancy Wells, Betsy Ziel, Dr. Bumette, Prof. Hancock, Dr. Sutherland, Dr. Thrift, Dr. C. Weaver. German Club: lat Row: Jeff Wallace, Jayce HoUey, Jim Gaiser, David Seitz, Richard Kingham, James Simms. 2nd Row; Cindy Robinson, Spencer Artman, Michelle Boisvert, Jackie Bryan, Wendy Jones, Amy Wood, Frieda Manus, Iris Albritton, Jerri Cobb, Dr. Brandon, Waltraud Dautermann, Mre. von Paleske. Not Pictured: Dana Everhait. Organizations — 79 f - r ' ljtfV ' Jf a ' ' Trtt : ' y " ™ ' f " « " ' ' " " " ' ' " " " ' F ' " " ' ' « ' ' " ' " " ■ ' ORGANIZATIONS ALPHA PSI OMEGA TRI-BETA DELTA SIGMA PI PSI CHI Alpha Psi Omega: Left to Right: Mel Wooton, Karen Parham, Bill Phillips, Tim Conelly, Maisie Powell, Dr. Grange. Alpha Psi Omega is the drama honorary headed by Karen Parham. This organization requires that members must have attended FSC for at least three semesters and have participated in active theatre work on stage and backstage. Tri-Beta members must have 12 hours in Biology and a 3.0 GPA. Bi- weekly meetings, lectures, parties and fund raising events are just some of their activities. The honorary en- courages national research as well as promoting scholarship. Psi Chi is a national honorary psychology fraternity. They were established on campus in 1962. Some of their activities this year include lect ures from graduates of FSC and distinguished psychologists. Second semester they sponsored rat race and Honorary Fraternity Fair. Delta Sigma Pi is an honorary fraternity that is involved in educa- tional experiences throughout the year. A 2.5 GPA is required along with a 2.75 in business. They receive instruction in practical application in the working world through their ad- visor Col. C. J. Wiley. Tri Beta l8t Row: Kal Sabi, Frank Haiili, Griff Jones, Ralph Robertson, Jeff Leonard, Dan Halili, Geny Bulen. 2nd Row: Karen Ann Dubois, Jennifer Smith, Marie Oliver, Pat Huckery, Jenny Lane, Sabrina Conz, Khristia Berry, Kim Poinsett. 80 — Organizations Psi Chi: Left lo Right: Robin Krimm, Cana Schmidt, Lisa Maynard, Jan Miles, Karen Penn, Sheryl Keys, Tami Corbett, Jessica Wilson, Gaye Bua, Tami Robinson, Daiyl Meyer, Cindy Wagner, Connie Nickereon, Dr. Sandia Ivey. Not Pictured: Al Beck, Debbie Bower, Joan Brady, Rick Bumette, Victoria Burton, Donna Jenson, Jill McCabe, Susan Pulls, Barbara Yaibrough, Susan Foamier, Sarah Putney, Paula Farirui, Amy Jorgenson, Sylvia Penty, Laura M assa mill a. Delta Sigma Pi: 1st Row: Debby Smith, Dawn Riddle, Donna St. Germaine, Joe Turk, Kenneth Grendal, Phil Kniskem, Craig Peterson, Sandy Caldwell, Lisa Mayrurd, Ann-Marie Kemp, Penny Delzer. 2lld Row: Marion Nagy, Maiy Beth Federico, Amy DuBois, Jeff Heam, Marty Kidwell, Larry Vignola, Terrie Eldridge, Nancy Creech, Patrick Sreenan, Robert Waldron. 3rd Row: Luke Wasson, John Lamothe, Karen Porter, Robin Wilkinson, Jamie Layne, Peter Langendorff, Leslie Noone. 4th Row: Allison Hainsfuther, Eric Rupert, Steve Poole, Carol Prevatt, Loretta Chapman Not Pictured: Sonja Griffin, Kathy Corbett. Organizations — 81 iyi« i u«» ' .Tinfll»»imLWi » i»Tf i«Y»mmiri.i.f»i iij Kappa Delta Pi Delta Omicron Omicron Delta Kappa Kappa Mu Epsilon Kappa Delta Pi is the education honorary which requires an overall 3.0 average and a minimum of 12 hours of education classes. The organization promotes profes- sionalism and excellence in the field of education. This year. Kappa Delta Pi sponsored " Prime Time " which was an informal gathering of students and faculty in the education department for casual conversation and refreshments. Delta Omicron is an international music fraternity for women. Members must be majoring or minoring in music with a 3.0 music average and a 2.0 academic average. Beverly Wolff, voice professor, is a national patron of Delta Omicron. Miss Fandrich, professor of piano and theory, is the faculty advisor. Delta Omicron Kappa Delta Pi Isl Row L-R: Trudy Hildebrand, Doreen Lawrence, Connie Piemonte, Jamie Sowers, Alice Stone. 2nd Row: Kathy Deatherage, Ellen Edwards, Cathy White, Deanna Bohanan, Barbara McCorkle, Dr. Peaslee — advisor. Kneeling L-R: Cindy Roberts, Blanche Marie Fisackerly, Holly Grader, Cana Schmidt, Donna Greener, Jackie Kourpates. 2nd Row: Beverly Wolff — national patroness, Jennifer Hermann, Linda Parkos, Lynn Keenan, Kathy Deatherage, Dirk Schmidt — sweetheart, Carol Pittard, Dretha Ison, Linda Zirbas, Susan Christopher, Liz Cox 82 — Organizations Omicron Delta Kappa: 1st Row L-R: Craig Clendin, Shelly Harrison, Dave Rogers, Mary Ellen Mazanti, Cindy Hardin, Pam Loesche, 2nd Row: Leann Levett, Pat Huckery, Marie Oliver, Debbie Ennaco, Maggie Seelbach, Daryl Meyer, Kathy Warner, Susan Flight, Christa Berry. 3rd Row: Dr. Burnette, Steve Sviontek, Carl Danielson, Jay Williams, Alice Stone, Rick Burnette, Rick Homes, John Moran, Cathy Christos, Jamie Sowers, Sheryl Keyes, Susan Hendrick, Laura Lie, John Rinaldi, 4th Row: Mr. Willis, Mr. Wendell Hulcher, Dr Cook, Mr Matlock, Robert McDonald, Chuck Cams, Sandy Caldwell, Francisco Halili, Jan Miles, June Landis, Karen Schuetz. 5lh Row: Amy Heuser, Jerry Jordan, Doreen Lawrence, Dan Halili Jr., Susan Service, Susan Tyler, Donna Osbourne, Charlene Keiter, Brian Strand. Kappa Mu Epsilon: Ist Row L-R: Larry Lebo, Dr. Hartje, Mr. Wertz, Mr. Goodson, Dr, Thompkins, Mr, Caccitori, Peter Langendorff, 2nd Row: Mr, Carriera, Renee Thomas, Tracy Seiford, Fran Miles, Marie Oliver, Lisa Mason, Beth Brisben, Mrs, Durham, Omicron Delta Kappa is a national leadership honorary organization which includes students and faculty members. A minimum of a 3.0, junior or senior standing, and eight leader- ship points are required to be tapped into the circle. Activities include faculty evaluations, hosting campus visitors, and holding leadership conferences. Kappa Mu Epsilon is a math honorary fraternity that offers membership to all interested math persons who have completed courses in two math areas and in Calculus I, holding a 3.0. Members must be in the upper 35% of their class and have completed three semesters at FSC. Organizations — 83 ORGANIZATIONS PHI CHI THETA PHI MU ALPHA SIGMA DELTA CHI SIGMA DELTA PI Phi Chi Theta Left to Right: Valerie Carney, Sue Bischoff, Nancy King, Sharon Granholm, Cathy Christos, Donna Sweeney. I I Phi Mu Alpha: l t Row: Jack Stewart, Holly Grader, Becky Dison, Cindy Dunwody, Johi GoolBby. 2nd Row: Mr. Slutz, George Stanley, Mark Brisbin, Steve Allen, Dirk Schmidt, Bill Willard, Tom WiUard. Phi Chi Theta requires that its members have an commulative GPA of 2.5. Members must also have a 3.0 GPA in business. The group meets bi-monthly to hear guest speakers, hold discussions, and take field trips. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia requires that its members have a 2.0 GPA and a sincere interest in music. Under ad- visor Tom Willard and president Jack Stewart, the group participates in musical creativity and the education and research of the music of America. 84 — Organizations Sigma Delta Pi 1st Row: Karen Loyer, Carmen Morejon, Don Drummond, Alba Frets, Rebeca Martinez, Adriana Evans, Maria Oliver, Mirtha Vallejo. 2nd Row: Gary Handley, Jose R. Martinez, Carlos M. Calonge, Dianne Lindgren, Wendy Hail, Karen Porter. Sigma Delta Chi: Sigma Delta Chi, the Society for Professional Journalists, is designed to instill professionalism in its members and field as a whole. Under the guidance of Cindy Hardin, they send delegates to conventions, host guest speakers and have journalistic projects like the annual " Flashbacks " paper. Left to Right: Sue Stauffer, Morgan Laur, Cindy Hardin, Nina Forrester, Kneeling: Ed Rodurguez, David Steele, Jose Guyana. Not Pictured: Karen Grant, Ernestine Surber, Pam Loesche. Organizations — 85 y fiaPta6y ' fWt fc g«y - " »«Wiri. lfT TY wtHWTrii.aM« HfMr. :»»n.»iJtii3ii»m»«« Theta Chi Beta Sigma Rho Epsilon Panhellenic IPC Sigma Rho Epsilon is an active ser- vice organization. In addition to fund raising projects for service, the group visits local nursing homes and hospitals. Some of the services in- clude tutoring children, providing Thanksgiving baskets, visiting children in the hospital on Hallo- ween and selling fresh baked goods to students. Theta Chi Beta is a religious honorary requiring members to have 12 hours of Religion and a 3.0 GPA. The students meet with the faculty and discuss theology. Dr. Weaver is the advisor. Theta Chi Beta Kneeling L-R; Jamie Westlake, Peter Cottrell, Mike Lewis. Isl Row L-R: Dr Walter Weaver, advisor. Al Beck, John Fisher, Dana Everhart, Clay Kull, Maisie Powell, Mr. Waite Willis, Nancy Heitzenrater, Gerry Sweat, Chaplain Bill Barnes. 4 Sigma Rho Epsilon Top Row L-R: Vickie Johnson, David Williams, Dirk Schmidt. Donna Owens, Mark Mangum, Matt Hankel, Kathy Deatherage, Priscilla Smith, Peter Langendorff, Robert Waldron, John Fisher, John Lamothe, Seated L-R: Jan Miles, Tracy Seiford, Doreen Lawrence, Chris Miley, Blanche Marie Fisackerly, Debbie Ennaco, Amy Jorgensen, Vickie Burton, Ann-Marie Kemp, Lisa Maynard, Janice Fields. Gail Gates Front L-R: June Landis. Kim Walker, Leslie Noone, Joyce Todd, Nina Forrester, Charlene Keiter, Julia Willis, Amanda Kimmer, Not Pictured: Don Drummond, Laura Dings, Maureen Stahns, Debbie Lucas, Sandy Miller, John Cooks, Bill Fisackerly, Mary Ann Fineberg, Lisa Boegen. 86 — Organizations The word Panhellenic means " all Greek " and is an organization made up of all sorority women on campus. The Panhellenic Council is com- posed of two delegates from each of the six sororities. Although each sorority is dif- ferent, together they share common aims, standards, and interests. Through the council, good scholar- ship, friendship, and cooperation are promoted. The Intrafraternity Council serves the campus in uniting the Greeks and encouraging greater community involvement among them. Their goal is to provide a forum for leader- ship development. Panhellenic 1st Row L-R: Karen Schuetz, Debbie Bauer, Kathy Christos, Donna Sweeney, Lisa Gore, Susie Hall- 2nd Row L-R: Marty Jenkins, Betsy Racht, Maureen Merrigan, Nicky Teran, Laurie True, Diane Dierk, Michele Kabel, Kim Pickering — advisor. IFC 1st Row l-R: Tom Kramig, Bill White, Chuck Cams, Urry Vignola, David Noise 2nd Row L-R: Dwayne Quill, Keith Hubtwrt, Tom Wadell, Jayce Holly, Jim Caiser, Luke Watson. Organizations — 87 riTT ' - " f ' " - " " — - ' -- ■- " • ' ' ?K%cr, - 88 " It ' s really hard not getting involved in a fraternity or sorority here at Florida Southern. From a field of ten fraternities and six sororities, it ' s hard to choose which GREEKS to become associated with. Fraternities and sororities engaged in a wide varie- ty of activities, from intramurals to Greek games, from car washes to philanthropy projects, from candlelights to Greek sing. And the list goes on . . . " 89 Alpha Chi Omega Alpha Chi Omega was founded on Florida Southern College campus on Nov. 15, 1936. The lyre is their sym- bol and the carnation their flower. The Alpha Chis are represented in every major honorary on campus. They are little sisters for Pike, Pi Kapp, TKE, 2AE, Theta Chi, Phi Sig, Sig Ep, Trinity East Commandos and sweeth earts for Pikes, Pi Kapp, and Phi Sigs. They have won such honors as Miss Southern, and first place in Greek Sing. Every year they raise money for one of their three philanthropies, cerebral palsy, by working with the Theta Chis to ac- complish a 52 hour dance-a-thon. Their sweetheart is Sigma Chi Greg Gregory. Row 1: Terrie Eldridge. Sylvia Penty, Lori Johnson, Jill M :abe, Nancy Creech, Ten Sorg, Kelly Waters. Joanne DeCosta, Keri Kelsey, Leanne Leveft, Kathy Corbett, Jeanne Frick Row 2: Carrie Roche, Jane Robert, Allison Hunter, Tamra Bryant, Sonja Griffin, Patricia Wilcox, Jill Tutan, Julie Clements, Nancy Stanley, Debbie Dorsey, Susan Farris, Pam Stratos, Laurie Farquhar Row 3: Lisa Harrington, Liz Robert, Kelley Schroeder, Deanne Barber, Cynthia Hughes, Cheryl Delmastro, Heather Patten, Lisa Young, Kim Dudan, Alice Stone, Maureen Merrigan, Nancy Young, Maureen Tartaglione, Jenny Puffer. Row 4: Sue Stauffer, Missy Lee, Lori Cockran, Kim Barfield, Mary Nichols, Marty Jenkins, Jama Smith, Betsy Ziel, Carolyn Marshall, Donna Chastain, Wendy Jones, Barbra Tumey. 90 — Greeks Alpha Chi is . . . We ' ve got bread ... I never . . . Fall Fling . . . super jocks? . . . Bruce and Tom Waddle . . . Alpha skies . . . rail sings . . . FMD . . . awesome Omega Men . . . Pike, Pi Kapp, Phi Sig sweethearts . . . tacky tourist . . . the log . . . candlelights . . . friends for a lifetime ... 3 more bite the dust . . . hyellow . . . let ' s get happy . . . sweetie Greg . . . H-Stien . . . J.A.s . . . WE ' VE GOT LOVE!!! Greeks — 91 Alpha Delta Pi Alpha Delta Pi was the first secret society for college women. It was founded on May 15, 1851 at Wesleyan Female College in Macon, Georgia. Gamma Gamma chapter was chartered at Florida Southern on April 27, 1946. Alpha Delta ' s have been featured regularly in the beau- ty section of the college yearbook. They have served as class officers, members of honoraries. Student Government Senators, cheerleaders. fraternity little sisters and sweethearts. Many have reigned as Miss Southern, Miss Interlachen or as Honor Walk Students. AAII ' s col- ors are azure blue and white. The violet is the flower and the lion the symbol. " WE live for each other " is the open motto. The qualifications for membership have remained un- changed through the years — scholarship, high principles of behavior and true friendship. Row 1: Amy Ferdinandsen, Suzanne McCollough, Karen Lunn, Donna Parkman, Lisa Freeman, Vicki Forsythe, Nancy Johnson, Robin Dempsey, Robyn Devine, Temple Thomas, Joyce Brown. Row 2; Ellen Edwards, Diane Robinson, Karen Shackelford, Mary Ann Hall, Lynda Carver, Sandy Estep, Carrie Robinson, Lorrie Adkisson, Val Rogers, Sandy Caldwell, Lisa Gore, Linda Keyes. Row 3: Karin O ' Dowd, Jean Henry, Christaina Miles, Michele Kabel, Amy Bretches, Allison Hartman, Carmen Morejon, Laurie Harden, Wendy Blair, Emily Griffith, Loretta Chapman, Linda Brooks, Carol Prevatt, Joan Brady, Dyeanna Long, Donna Wood. Row 4: Patty Davis, Karen Urghert, Nancy Clark, Debbie Hutchinson, Nancy Watkins, Ann Marie Basset, Becky Hedges, Amy Bardill, Linda King, Jodi Roskosh, Evanne Logan, Lynn Demmer, Susan Tonn, Anne Flanagan, Holly Height, Jennifer Kunde, Barb Scherer, Jody Burr. 92 — Greeks Alpha Delta Pi is . . . the oldest and the best . . . eta beta strikes . . . long boat key gang . . . the engagement epidemic . . . Drugs . . . our interns . . . Mon Newton . . . R.I. P. Rat . . . the Animal . . . fantastic pledges . . . our sweetheart Big John . . . diamond four-point again . . . Tact Club . . . Theta Chi, Pike, Pi Kapp, 2AE, Sigma Chi, TKE little sisters . . . Tri Kappa . . . super big brothers . . . the barnyard route . . . lions and violets . . . Lips . . . AAII-Pi Kapp haunter house . . . " M " . . . WAH ... 2 J.A.s . . . Greek Sing . . . Pablo . . . A.T.L. . . . " Education is My Life " . . . Shack . . . diets . . . Mabel . . . sisterhood . . . Karen Combat and Amy Artilery . . . Missy Sue and Boo Boo Kitty ... 9 passenger station wagon . . . ODK . . . Who ' s Who . . . always and forever!!! I ■» H. f Greeks — 93 mHB ByjyiUJ r Tif - ' :y«fiyT ' f i ' -L ' r ..MJJMrTMM»ii«»WM.- ij.i i»wi«nj Alpha Omicron Pi Alpha Omicron Pi ' s colors are red and white, and the flower is the rose. The jewel of our sorority is a ruby. The pledge symbol of AOII is a sheaf of wheat. The mascot is the Panda Bear. AOII ' s philanthropy is the Ar- thritis Foundation. AOII has friend- ship, love, laughter and a sisterhood forever. • 1v 4 | 4 Row 1: Lisa Pannazzo- Row 2: Debbie Bauer, Jen Smith, Karen Grant, Robin Wilkinson, Nicky Teran, Daryl Meyer, Carolyn Landry, Kathy Holwell. Row 3: Elaine Foret, Lisa Arcand, Bonnie McCarter, Amy Mock, Ten Sole, Gaye Bua, Barb McCarter, Eli James, Maria Teran, Corinne Prindiville, Betsy Racht, Beth Miller, Janis Hogue, Trudy Hildebrand, Kim Issacs, Beth Allan, Betsy Powell. Row 4: Kelly Sheel, Lou Schultz, Mary Kelly, lill Pickett, Cindy Morvillo, Joyce Tiberio, Suzie Finch, Ten Courtoy, Susan Larkin, Landa Allen, Joy DeCaro, Amy Fagerlund, Lorraine Rideout, Kim Wirick, Shelly An- thony, Leslie May, Lynn Domagala, Winnie Putnam, Debbie Ellis, Debbie Perdomo, Laura Lee Wold, Holly Alexander, Jean Agee. 94 — Greeks AOn is . . . Robin . . . Bauer . . . Doodle ... KG ... Ms. Nute . . . Nicky . . . Holwell . . . Smitty . . . Sponge ' s granny . . . OTR . . . FMD . . . RP ' s . . . Mom B . . . Raffles . . . S and A . . . It ' s Over . . . B . . . roses and thorns . . . You know we own it . . . H2 at K3 . . . Rose Ball . . . sweethearts: Pete, Scott, and Gary . . . G.H. — 3:00 . . . Bebis . . . rail sings . . . Pandas . . . togetherness . . . What time is it? . . . Super Freak. Greeks — 95 a yy--fpn» n «M« TOi M»» ' i ■■aamuan Kmamtmam Kappa Delta The open motto of Kappa Delta, " Let us strive for that which is Honorable, Beautiful, and Highest " was first shared by our four founders on Oct. 23, 1897. Since then we have grown to over 115 chapters. Our philanthropy is the Crippled Children ' s Hospital as well as other endeavors. Our colors are olive green and pearl white. Our flower is the white rose. The important tie of our sorori- ty which binds us all is our ritual through which we share KA values, providing a steady link to the heritage of our sisterhood. f- Row 1: Cindra Farley, Joy Ra«man, Sheryl Key«, Sharon Granhobn. Laura Jo Ellsworth, Nancy Holm, Cathy Christos. Row 2: Su nne Saff , Su. Hendnck Sue PoUard, Anpe Math«. Je«.ca W n Rick Holmes, Mary Jane Meherg, Lori Ramsey, Laura MassimiUa, Debi Barker. Row 3: Beth Wall, Kathy Axt, Deedra Stebbins, Sarah Cohn, Donna Sweeny, Carta Lloyd, Conme Piemonte Elaine LuM.er Kam Blackbum,?herne Crane,linda Dink J, Mary Diffenwierth. Debbie Gerg, Sheri Hand, Mary Dieschel, Karen Peterson, Beverly Taylor HoUyS mp«,n, I , . - ' ' " " " i . " ' ' ' . j " . Catanese Row 4: Jayne Taylor, Mary Jo Nobile, Kym Aitken. Kathy Bouse, Jamie Sowers, Liza Minteer. Debbie Waldow, Denise Wolfe, Apnl Grantham, Susan Ritsema, K n Wadakis. Row 5. Suzanne Pearson, Kim Calvert, Lynn Garrison, Haley Brock. Roanne Murdoch, Gloria Thompson, Uurie Nelson, Priscilla Richanison. Row 6: Tricia Seymour, Kathy Crenshaw. Janet RusseU. 96 — Greeks Kappa Delta is . . . Crayolas . . . Tri Kappa . . . J.A. Pris . . . Katydid . . . Gator ' 81 . . . RHGS . . . Beta Pi . . . KD Lady ... Sue P P.H The Monkeys . . . Who ' s on the Chapter Room Phone? . . . Back Stroke . . . Cheryl Tiegs . . . Imports . . . Tennis Mary . . . Holly Brock . . . Mass from Mass . . . M M ' s . . . What a Woman . . . Glo . . . Hang Ten . . . Derbies . . . White Roses . . . Daytons — we ' re There . . . Volleyball Beth . . . Randy — Rick — Robert . . . Candlelights . . . Alum Reunion . . . Ceedra . . . Our ' s . . . Kappa Delta Sisterhood . . . Journey . . . Where ' s our composite? ... Tri Delt Diz . . . Rat-man . . . Phantoms . . . Snolesy . . . Christo ' s Kid . . . Holmly . . . Miss Gracious Living . . . KA Love to our sweetheart Rick! . . . AOT. Greeks — 97 ; Mr,»ww»wwtrnwi .i»M»Trfj.fi.LJfcriit M»»-.iiii%«»jc.i.iTw.i«.«ii M- ««.«tT»» ■■ " •— " ' ' -■— - ' ■ Phi Mu Phi Mu Fraternity, the second oldest social organization for women, has given 130 years of fulfillment to over 70,000 members. It was founded at Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia, and came to F.S.C. in 1954. We have had a steady growth in membership, service and high ideals. Phi Mu, both at F.S.C. and na- tionally, is characterized by in- dividuals working together for a common goal, a stronger Phi Mu. Phi Mu is not all work but a chance to enjoy each other. What is a Phi Mu? She is everything she dares to be . . . Row 1: LiS€ Hudson, Dianne Lindgren, Jenni Lane, Tami Bowering, Doug Troudeau, Sue Bischoff, Diane Dierk, Vicki Rice, Annette Mead. Row 2: Sue Heiwley, Sharon McCredre, Laurie True, Cheryl Neff, Sue Fosmire, Jennifer Bruce, Susan Peck, Kim Grant, Caral Mullen. 98 — Creek Phi Mu is . . . Sisterhood . . . Mr. Legs . . . Friendship . . . " Mullet " . . . Big Bro B.M. . . . Greek Sing . . . " You are my sunshine " . . . Caring . . . Love — Honor — Truth . . . Our Sweetheart Doug . . . good times . . . Aunt Phyl . . . BunsU-Baby . . . Foz . . . Sue B . . . Boom, Boom — Out go the Lights . . . Janis Sue Joplin . . . McDuff . . . All Big Brothers . . . and Mrs. House. Greeks — 99 YT] ' xiv.»tf Jwin .i-.«Tr i - -aiMmji«]i-iigiw«»i «j«»»m Zeta Tau Alpha Zeta Tau Alpha Fraternity was founded at Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia, 1898. Zeta ' s col- ors are Turquoise Blue and Steel Gray. Our flower is the White Violet. Zeta ' s Philanthropic is the National Association for Retarded Citizens. Our open motto is " Seek the Noblest. " Row 1: Susan Tyler, Luara Gilcrest, Nancy Beth Rucks, Shari Szabo, Claudia Bemaee, Diane Renniger, Kim Belmonte, Kim Collins, Marybeth Federico, Suzi Lissner, Row 2: Robin Rosemeier, SuzeHe Caroli, Michelle Couture, Polly Hamilton. Ellen Fluck, Debbie Trombly, Barbie Allen, Mary Ellen Mazzanti, Amy Dubois, Maggie Seelbach, Janet Sawyer, Karen Scheutz. Row 3: Debbie Bidwell, Sue Service, Heather Hough, Karen Porter, Penny Orr, Jan Campbell, Lexanne Manger, Amy Wood, Sue Mapou, Sandy Noason, Susie Hall, Row 4: Kalhy Montgomery, Barbara Hoover, Beth Marsh, Lisa Mason, Diana Potochney, Hollie Keating, Juline Lacagnin, Mary Kay Czajka, Lenor Eicher, Suzie Mead, Wendy Hall, Amy Downey- 100 — Greeks Zeta is . . . Today and Forever . . . co-jo-em ... JP ... 3 JA ' s . . . ODK Pres. . . . paradise by the dashboard lights . . . Our Sweetheart Mark ... big brothers . . . Gator Growl ... I Love You . . . Margaret Ann ... the little boys next door . . . weekend ... I ' m flexible ... 10 terrific pledges ... It brought us closer together . . . Zeta Moms . . . storytelling . . . catch a dove . . . aerobics ... I missed you . . . The Swing . . . Treats . . . FAME . . . Zeta Beach . . . commercials . . . scoobies . . . baronie . . . sister sharing ... all nighters . . . homer bean . . . Harvard . . . and Love, the Greatest of All Things. Greeks — 101 Kappa Alpha Kappa Alpha order was founded at Washington College on Dec. 21, 1865. The order is currently recognized on more than 100 cam- puses across the United States. Kappa Alpha is Southern in origin, but not sectional. The order is Southern in a significant sense wherein its essen- tial teachings are for its members to cherish the ideal of character and at- tributes of the true gentleman, of which Robert E. Lee was the near perfect expression. Row 1; Danell Brakin, Matt Copeland, Jon Johnson, Dan Martin, Susie Halt, Jay Williams, John Lamothe, Carl Danielson, Rich Rassman. Row 2: Luke Wasson, Keith Gray, Steve Holmes, Craig Helseth, Parker Platts, Brian Belcher, Bob Blades. Row 3: Chris Kaelin, Rob Cronkhite, Garth Rinaixl, Greg Bollinger, Paul Milewski, Rich Russell. 102 — Greeks K.A. is . . . Lee and Chivalry . . . Crimson and Old Gold . . . Magnolia Blossom . . . Susie Sweetheart . . . Mom . . . Winning Attitude . . . Another One Bites the Dust . . . assassination attempts . . . National M.I.C. . . . camping . . . Earl . . . Liv- ing Legends . . . rocket . . . Baby Huey . . . Woods parties . . . Little Sisters . . . Just Friends . . . reality . . . B.O.H.LC.A. . . . Funnelator . . . The Pit . . . Heathen . . . Grabowski . . . Hoover . . . cowchip . . . color coordinator . . . Bull . . . Corpus . . . Dr. Bald . . . Mother Hen . . JayBird . . . Stokely . . . MVP . . . Me and my shadow . . . airborne . . . The Ing . . . Robinson . . . Just a Figurehead . . . Smut King . . . burp . . . WHAAA . . . Microchip . . . Martin . . . Blitzkreig. Greeks — 103 " 11 ■ " - ' " " ■ " Lambda Chi Alpha Lambda Chi Alpha was started in 1809 at Boston University Law School by Warren Albert Cole. In the last 73 years. Lambda Chi Alpha has grown from its original chapter to over 260 chapters, and they are still growing. Lambda Chi is the third largest fraternity and second largest number of chapters. The F.S.C. chapter was chartered in 1938 and was at one time the largest fraternity on campus with over 150 members. Lambda Chi was one of the first frats to nationaUy discourage hazing and abandon the idea of pledgeship. When one joins he becomes an associate member, rather than a pledge, and is given all the rights and privileges of a brother. Row 1 : Brian Strand, Jeff Sweet, Ed Rodriguez, Austin Merrit, Taro Iwamura, Alan Pex. Row 2: Tracy Tate, Duane Wencel, Keitf Bolin, David Knowles, Randy Pease, Pepper Puckett. 104 — Greeks Lambda Chi Alpha is . . . Honest friendship ... A brand new house for 1981-82 . . . The unforgettable, amazing Rubiks cubes . . . Giving till it hurts . . . Every man a man . . . Greek Sing champs 2 years in a row . . . Maybe 3 . . . The greatest little sisters . . . The sweetest sweetheart, Bev . . . The Super fraternity . . . Those unforgettable parties . . . Good ole Mrs. Mills . . . The cross and crescent . . . The Lambda Chi Sun Club . . . Pancakes and sausage . . . Teamwork . . . and the Ball Busters, the best B-league team on campus. Greeks — 105 Phi Sigma Kappa Phi Sigma Kappa was founded March 15, 1873 at the University of Massachusetts. Our Chapter here at F.S.C. was chartered April 2, 1950, known as Omega Trinton chapter, in Florida we were the first chapter. This year is special for Phi Sig ' s hav- ing regained their charter after a 2 year absence. With having our major goal of rechartering accomplished we now look forward to once again returning to our true home building 14, THE PHI SIG HOUSE! ueasst;. . Kneeling left to right: Bob Smith, Kal Sabie. Chris Fieder, Mark Hungerford, Mascot Skoal; Tony Rosati Standing left to right: John Rinaldi, Chip Humble. Keith Hulbert, Phil Masie, Bill Olejasz, |ohn Summers, John Perciassepe, Jeff Gurney, John McKay, Jim Karr, Mike Zizzo, Steve McKnight, Leif Goodson. 106 — Greeks Phi Sig is . . . Elwoods . . . The Perk . . . STUNTY . . . Sphincter movements . The Ring of Fire . . . FAKE Dippers . . . Geppetto . . . SAM Loud . . . Nolan . Meri our Sweetheart ... 49 CARDS . . . Lappers . . . Trinity Hall . . . Saint . Towering Tandoche . . . Rufas . . . Roaches . . . Basketball Champs. Greeks — 107 e • »gr ' ; x f ' j[f . • ■ -.w»tcKA-i Yf LMIS.»l.l «» « »t,-«J..4«imT» Jl Pi Kappa Alpha Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity was founded on March 1, 1868, at the University of Virginia. The founding was attributed to the high ideals, characteristics and principles of Robertson Howard, Julian Edward Wood, James Benjamin Sclator, Jr., Fredrick Southgate Taylor, Littleton Waller Tazewell (Bradford), and William Alexander, our founders. Our Chapter (Delta-Delta) became the One-Hundredth Chapter back in 1947. This year we celebrate our 35th year on campus. For 35 years we have continued to uphold the lasting brotherhood, good times, and the tradition of Pi Kappa Alpha. Row I: Brian Blevins, Jay Schrader, Jeff Deaderly, Maury Phillips Row 2: Gary George, Frank Spindsa, Dave Cook, Larry Vignola, Jeff Shehan, Chuck Carns, Huck Huckabee, Ron Wander. Row 3: Bob Twhats, Jeff Sabean, Eric Rupert, Todd Coningsby. Row 4: Ken Clark, Walt Gruger, Mike Paracca, Dave Hickman, Tim Madison, Chip Stoicovy, Steve Kosilla. Row 5: Larry Hart, Jamie Knox, Wayne Kap- pof, Steve Poole 108 — Greeks Pi Kappa Alpha is . . . Down in old Virginny . . . Sweetheart Lisa . . . JAMAICA . . . The Koner . . . The best little sisters . . . Freshmen sing . . . Sevy . . . Bone . . . The Boat party . . . " Juice " Newton . . . Let ' s not talk about it . . . Canes . . . parties . . . Rabbit . . . Cy . . . Bud Club . . . FMDC . . . Zippy . . . Fresh Gash . . . The Airport . . . " Let the good times roll " . . . PHI PHI. Greeks — 109 Pi Kappa Phi Pi Kappa Phi was founded in Charlotte, N.C. in 1904. Here at Florida Southern, our Beta Beta chapter was founded in 1948. Pi Kapp ' s colors are gold and white, and our fraternity ' s symbols are the Lamp of Knowledge and 3 stars, which stand for our 3 founding fathers: Simon Fogarty Jr., Alexander Kroeg Jr. and Lawrence Harry Mix- on. The ideals of brotherhood and scholarship of our founding fathers are still upheld today. We would like to thank Dr. Cook, our advisor of ten years, for his ser- vice and dedication. We would also like to welcome our new housemother. Mom Mills; and our new chapter advisor. Dr. Brown. Row 1: Chris Gates, Phil Iler, John Watt, Chuck Dutil, Lee Luce. Row 2: Dan Morton, Dwayne Quill, Scott Allen, Dave Marmol, Scott Brockman, John Blumenscheim, Bill Aber. Row 3: Vince Wyatt, Bob Devine, John Clark, Bill Hayes, John Matz, Jeff Rothwell, Barry Logan, Dave Loiselle, Brad Cluxton. 110 — Greeks Pi Kapps are we . . . rom OK . . . nuts and bolts party . . . lovely sweetheart Rob- bin . . . great little sisters . . . pledge sweetie Morgan . . . Casino Party . . . not without a washer . . . I ' m a Hiller . . . Mom Mills . . . Keithy . . . Haunted House with ADPis . . . nightime manuevers . . . Beta Tau Duty . . . Jim Quinn . . . Rocky ' s rhymes ... Pi Kapp alums Dr. Cook, Col. Wiley, and Dr. Brown ... 1st floor swamp . . . wall of fame . . . academis? . . . Diamond Serenade . . . hagen . . . Halloween Party . . . diversified and unified . . . Family ... Pi Kapp is a great experience! Greeks — 111 Sigma Alpha Epsilon For over 50 years Sigma Alpha Ep- silon has been a steadfast organiza- tion at Florida Southern College. Since its establishment in 1949 SAE has continuously provided the stu- dent body with leadership in a diverse array of organizations. SAE has also been a strong link in the fraternal chain here on campus. alw ays attempting to perpetuate the growth of the Greek organizations with the hope that the Greek way of life will always be a part of Florida Southern. Whether it be academics, athletics, or the betterment of the college community, Sigma Alpha Ep- silon is always striving for a better way. Row 1: Marty Kidwell, Phil Kniskern, Jeff Warren, Scott MacEwen, Craig Peterson, Pele Baltaglia. Row 2; Jim Welch, Craig Kumpf, Craig Bacher, Kim Gogherty, Vince Spagnoletio, Bill White, Carlos Seoane. Row 3: Mark Fraser, Mark Dorrill, Jayce HoUey, Brian Gurchiek, Ward Stephens, Mike Culumber, Keith Kovach, Mark Munson, Tim Oak. 112 — Greeks SAE is . . . Sweetheart Kim . . . Great Little Sisters . . . Brother Bill . . . Leo . . . Donk-ee . . . Penthouse . . . 16 . . . Hard Hat . . . Biggest . . . Mac . . . Dewey . . . Zonk . . . No-Neck . . . Los . . . H.B. . . . Sparky . . . E.D.B. . . . Kniskey . . . Oakie . . . Brewser . . . Kozy . . . Eddie ... Sir Nose . . . Snowy . . . Spike . . . Bach . . . Holmes . . . GQ . . . Do-Do . . . Aluminum Weekend . . . Afternoon isos . . . Sides . . . B-B Parties . . . SAE-AAD Greek Sing . . . Hot-Hots . . . Bag Serenades . . . One for the Rag . . . Knee Pads . . . Lil Red . . . Deacon ' s Raiders . . . Echoes . . . Just for one . . . Beam up . . . The very best always . . . Phi Alpha. Greeks — 113 Sigma Chi Founded in 1855, the Sigma Chi Fraternity is well recognized in the Greek World today. Likewise, the Epsilon Sigma Chapter chartered in 1959 maintains a similar stature here at F.S.C., following the ideals represented in the White Cross, a symbol of our fraternity. Through it all, Sigma Chi remains a privilege, a foundation for the future, and an eternal friendship. Sigma Chi is what others strive to be — an organization that knows no age. Row 1; Jeff Hearn, Bill Phillips, Rick Price, Tony Senzamici, Dave Linker, Randy Hullon, Jeff Henderson, Row 2: Jofin Moran, Jim Gazer, Tad Wolfe, Scott Pryor, Rick Bumette, Brad Urhman, David James, Brian Jeffries, Ward Michaels. Row 3: John Anastasia, Rob Bumette, Chuck Kretchman, Jeff Aylett, John DeChellis, Glynn Taylor, Pat Hart, Jose ' Gaona, Blake Gulies, Ed Hecker, Albert Stevens, Dan Pfister, Jim Truitt, Greg Gregory, Kelly Nocco, Bruce Kingsbury, Dave Soviak. 114 — Greeks Sigma Chi is . . , Our Sweetheart Linda . . . Nocturnal Sigs . . . Sig after hours . . . Midnight Softball . . . Grove parties . . . Dangling porpoises . . . Beating the spread . . . J.W LTC . . . Girth . . . Uhrn . . . Gaze . . . Spike . . . Staz . . . Beej . . . Daddy . . . Tuna . . . Fred, Barney, and Bam Bam . . . Little sisters, little sisters, etc., etc., . . . Rug burns . . . All-Sports . . . Derby Week . . . White Cross. XX x Greeks — 115 Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Phi Epsilon was established on November 1, 1901 at Richmond College. Founded on the principles of virtue, diligence, and brotherly love; Sig Ep has grown from a group of 12 determined young men to the second largest national fraternity. Our own Florida Delta chapter was chartered here at F.S.C. on May 28, 1949. Brandon Fluman, Bill Ferguson, Dave Mowatt, Pat Edgeworth, Zack Clarkson, Jim Whitten, Kurt Oettl, Randy Knight, Mark Ziebarth, Jake Allman, Tom Kramig, Kip Ingle, Don Leon, Roger Finch, Kent Hobart, Jerry Bulen, Tom Wallis, Robert Hunt, Kip Stewart, Scott Hamilton, Don Cranston, Rick Holmes, Dave Law, Dan Halili, David Rogers, Bob Kramig. 116 — Greeks Sigma Phi Epsilon is . . . The Best . . . Little Sisters . . . Our sweetheart Donna . . . Parties — Polynesian . . . Western . . . Yucca . . . Weekend . . . Brotherhood . . . Kid Natural . . . Jumpin ' . . . z-cat . . . Butts ' up . . . L.N.C. . . . Bubba Movies . . . Don Juan . . . " B.B. " Kid . . . Junior . . . S.F.L. + Rules . . . Krames ' 1 and 2 . . . Funky . . . Mighty . . . Cecil ' s Pizza . . . R.O.T.C. Rick . . . Snake . . . Stew for 2 . . . 1 G.P.A. ... go ARTIFICIAL or not at all . . . LINE UP . . . Above all the rest. Virtue, Diligence, and Brotherly Love. Greeks— 117 iij %m9Ki nwmn[ " " " Tau Kappa Epsilon Tau Kappa Epsilon, the largest social fraternity in the world with over 300 active chapters, came to Florida Southern in 1947 when the Jones house on Lake HoUingsworth became Beta Tau Chapter of TKE. Our chapter received the " Top Teke Chapter award " for small colleges in 1973. TKE is founded on the belief that the 3 essential elements for meaning fraternal relations are love, charity, and esteem. Our motto is " TKE is for Life. " The 1981-82 edi- tion of Beta Tau will remember our Sweetheart Lorraine Drake and Mom Chisolm, their contributions and love, and our little sisters for all the help they have given us. Glenn Steffenhagen, Robert Chaundy, Alan Belcher, Dave Sites, Jack Harris, Jeff Tutan, Chris Pharo, David Norse, Bred Wells, Jeff Leonard, Matt Richards, Chuck Klein, Mark Petereon, Mike Cheatam, Dean Sasek, John Ficarra, Dave Erickson, Gregg Christensen, Barry Flagg. 118 — Greeks J TKE is . . . Bob Chaur.dy Show . . . Pig Man . . . Breeze Crash Driving Course . . . Mah boys. Mom Chislom . . . Munnnch . . . Bogue Iota . . . Trying to get out from " under the Table " ... Pi Kappa Meyer . . . Rot-c . . . RCB . . . Getting it Dai- ly .. . Greek Sing . . . Dr. Slutz . . . Luau . . . Lorraine . . . Troll Patrol . . . Minch Punch . . . Road Trips . . . B.H. ' s . . . Big Red turned purple . . . Mr. P . . . Busch Gardens . . . Armory ... At the T-Bowl during a snow storm . . . For Life. Greeks — 119 Theta Chi Theta Chi is a close-knit brotherhood consisting of in- dividuals working as one toward a common goal: success in everything we do. The Gamma Delta Chapter here at F.S.C. strives to uphold ideals set forth by founders Arthur Chase and Frederick Norton in 1856. We take pride in our house, each other and ourselves. Row 1: Kevin Banfield, Jeff Mazzamaro, Todd Cowgill. Chip Clark, George Weekley Row 2: David Flower, Brad Rice. Wes Searling, Chuck Crandell, Rob Goulel. Steve Robertson. Row 3: Maishel O ' Shields, Jeff Babineau. John Lefeber. George Ferris, Gardner Reynolds, Tim Bunce. Pete Rufner. Mike Piatnik 120 — Greeks Theta Chi is . . . Family . . . " Attitude adjustment hour " at Rufus ' Tavern . . . Adventure Club-Phase 2 . . . Country tours . . . Rip club . . . Arab ' s Gym . . . Gorgar, Sinbad, and plenty of quids . . . Transfusions . . . Cave stalags . . . Theta Chi ' s South (Lauderdale) . . . Prop Club ... All Sports Award . . . Alumni Soft- ball . . . The Wall . . . Stud Club . . . Homo ' s Hole . . . ' Ster parties . . . PCC . . . NBS . . . BACC (Copenhagen or nothing) . . . Sweetheart Carol and our Lil ' Sisters . . . Fourth floor rock concerts . . . Koner horseshoe effect . . . Captain . . . Snuggy (Mate) . . . Rubin " Wally " Kinkaid . . . Seniors . . . Thorax . . . Co . . . Sparrow . . . Guido . . . Cookie . . . Mr. Child . . . Gardening Stick . . . Captain Tish Sea Scag . . . Half Chub . . . Maze . . . BJ (Boy Genius) . . . Belushi . . . Tucker . . . The Immortal Urban . . . Chazman . . . Herbie . . . Mork . . . Hag . . . Goo . . . JA ' s . . . and our youngest alumni, TJ. Greeks — 121 " I had o idea that Florida Southern had such a first-rate athletic program. Last year FSC won an unprecedented three national championships — the triple crown — in basketball, golf, and baseball. The women ' s teams are also indicative of the excellence of the Florida Southern SPORTS program. From court to court, diamond to diamond, or course to course, Florida Southern teams demonstrate dramatic, exciting, and action-packed NCAA Division II action. " 122 »lTTWlli— IIK—II IIIIIWIIHTT-T- SOCCER TEAM The 1981 edition of the Florida Southern Soccer Mocs had to be one of the most exciting ever. Head coach Sam Snow and asst. coach Kurt Luginbyhl took a team comprised of mostly freshmen and sophomores up against some of the toughest com- petition in the nation. Strong show- ings against such teams as the University of South Florida (ranked 1st in Florida), Florida International (2nd in the nation), and eventual na- tional champion University of Tam- pa, proved that the Soccer Mocs can challenge the best teams in the na- tion. A 2-1 upset over F.I.T. Melbourne (5th in the region) and shut-outs over Emory University and Stetson University highlighted the season as the Mocs won 4 out of their last 6 games. Soccer- Ul Row: John Lefeber, Todd Starkes, Dan McGraw, Sean Muiphy. Bobby Kiamig, Carlos deRada. Butch Nichols, Greg Bates, Howard Penny, Fred Amer, Bill Connors. Znd Row: Sam Snow, Pat Hegert, Dan Dyer, Minter Goodson, Kurt OettI, Joie Davis, Tom Murphy, Hank Gibson, John Mines, Danyl Long, Kurt Luginbyhl. 124 — Sports The youthful Mocs were led by Co-captains Bobby Kramig and Kurt Oettl. Exceptional perforn ances were turned in by freshman defenders John Mines and Pat Hegert. Heading up the Mocs attack was leading point scorer John Lefeber as he, Sean Murphy, Darryl Long and Hank Gibson provided most of the scoring. The Mocs are definitely a team of the future, and although they will sorely miss the services of seniors Dan McGraw, Butch Nichols, and Bobby Kramig, the Mocs should come back for an even stronger season next year. Senior Bobby Kramig reflects, " In 4 years I have seen this team struggle to remain a varsity sport, and emerge as one of the better teams in the state. I have enjoyed every single minute of it. " . » ' i W »)At Vr i : .Si ,i f Sports — 125 VOLLEYBALL TEAM Florida Southern ' s Lady Mocs entered the 1981 AIAW National Tournament with a 41-6-2 record, ranked sixth in the nation for AIAW schools and second by the NCAA. FSC beat Florida International for the Region III title. 126 — Sports The Lady Mocs were led by an outstanding trio of juniors who have all earned all-Sunshine State Con- ference, all-state, and all-region honors this year. They are Holly But- terfield, Lisa Mason and Sandy Hud- son. Other starters for the Mocs were: Amy Heuser (all conference), Sindee Snow, and Mary Kay Czajka. Along with their first regional ti- tle, the Lady Mocs captured the first Sunshine State championship. In regular season tournament play they won their own Lady Moc Invita- tional, and fourth at the Texas Lutheran Tournament. In 1980 Coach Lois Webb was named Florida AIAW Coach-of-the- Year after leading the Lady Mocs in an outstanding year. V olleyball - 1st Row: Mary Kay Czajka, Lisa Mason, Sandy Hudson, Holly Butlerfield, Amy Heuser. 2nd Row: Linda Farber, Sindee Snow, Uticia Williams, Jill Petry, Beth Haslge, Susan Young. Sports — 127 SKI TEAM Dedicated. That is one word senior. Tommy Usher, uses to describe the Florida Southern Ski Team and Club. This dedication from both the ski club, which helps finan- cially support the team, and the team members, helped the team to capture first place at Southern Regionals in Groveland, Florida. J5I S%mm Ski Team- l»l Row: Bonn.e McCarter. Barb McCarter, Lynn Domagala. Shari Garesens, Jud, Sullivan. 2nd Row: Amy Schuler. Sham M.mms, Tom Ingram, Tom Usher, Jon Wreede, Ken Janata, Chuck Mat- thews. Rick Anderson. 128 — Sports As a result the men ' s and women ' s teams packed their bags and headed for Nationals in Sacramento, Califor- nia. At Nationals both teams took third place rankings. They competed in three events. Slalom, Trick, and Jump categories. Individually, Rick Anderson, a freshman, took first place overall. Tommy Usher took fourth place. The senior team captain. Tommy Ingram, previously took first place at the 1980 Nationals. Although the team loses Jon Wreede, Tommy Usher, Tommy In- gram, Curt Guyer, and Betsy Graff because of graduation, they have gained their top skiers. Rick Ander- son and Judi Sullivan and Sharri Garesens. Rick is a member of the United States Ski Team. The team ' s coach is Lisa Mimms. Sports — 129 GOLF TEAM Undiscovered. Junior Mike Domalske offers that word when referring to the Florida Southern golf team. Undiscovered, that is, to Florida Southern students. However, in the world of golf, Florida Southern golfers turn heads. Last year our golf team took first place at the NCAA national tournament, helping our school to obtain the Tri- ple Crown. " This year, " said Mike, " We have a good chance of winning Nationals again. " Coach Matlock agrees, as he indicates that there are three returning golfers who were a part of the 1981 winning team. They are Mike Domalske, Scott Behl, and Jim Northrup, all who are AU-Americans. |r?i 130 — Sports In the fall the team played warm- up tournaments before their season began. They have already won the Stetson Invitational, and the State Division II tournament. Our team were hosts for the Andy Bean Classic, and will have the honor of hosting the National Tournament. Coach Matlock is delighted that our honorary chancellor is the famous Arnold Palmer. Overall, Mike believes that our team has a bright future because it functions as a team, and has the abili- ty to enlist other talented golfers such as Jeff Schmucker, Gregg Gamester, and Greg Cate. Golf - l-R: Craig Kindrat, Gregg Gamester. Jeff Schmucker, Scott Behl, Jay Schrader, Jim Norf hrup, Mike Domalske, Marco Dawson, Greg Cate, Charley Maflock. CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM Enthusiasm, Spirit, and Motiva- tion. Coach Plowman and both the men ' s and women ' s teams agree that these three elements helped make their team successful. The " Lady Mocs " were led by number 1 and 2 runners, freshmen, Angie Cicanese and Lory Ford. The men ' s number 1 and 2 runners were seniors Jon Johnston and Mike Hayes; both com- peted in Regionals. Jon ran against stiff competition and beat Rollins ' s number 1 runner, which was his ultimate goal. Cross Country - 1st Row: Debbie Crocker, Dot Hunt, Susan Fbght, Paula Farina, Angie Cicanese, Lory Ford. 2nd Row: Coach Parker, Mike Hayes, Jim Harris, Coach Plowman, Tim PfeiHer, Paul WestscoH, Jon Johnston, Mark Puflea. 132 — Sports Dot Hunt feels that Coach Plowman is an asset to the team ' s success. She noted that Coach Plowman runs with the team and keeps them on their toes. Paul Westscott, a freshman, spoke highly of new assistant Coach Parker. " The seniors also have done a great job in keeping the team a tight and com- petitive unit. I ' d like to follow their footsteps, " said Paul. Coach Plowman commented, " Running is a challenge that gives great satisfaction to the runners as well as the coach. " He has great ex- pectations for next year, and invites everyone who would like to par- ticipate in this experience to come out for the team. Sports — 133 WOMEN ' S TENNIS Game, Set, Match. That is what the Women ' s tennis team kept taking. The Lady Mocs had some tough matches against 9 Division I schools. UCF, USF, and Rollins were among the competitors. The team also played against 22 Division II schools. ' = . A .s •- ■■ . 134 — Sports Nine women made up the squad: the 4 veterans included Eva Zwemer, Renee St. Louis, Lea Snow, and Mary Dieffenworth. The 5 rookies were Debbie Greear, Allison Avey, Joanne Mann, Betsy Broadwater, and Bo Wigley. Coach Jefferies observed that the girls were a close-knit group, com- petitive, and good-natured. " The schedule was a tough one to play, but the girls met their challenges very well, " said Coach Jeffries, " We had a lot of good, high quality players. " Women ' s Tennis — 1st Row: Eva Zwemer, Debbie Greear, Renee St. Louis, Allison Avey, Lea Snow, Joanne Mann. 2nd Row: Mary Dieffenworth, Betsy Broadwater, Bo Wigley, Coach Jeffries. Sports — 135 znMwantmMMnitK aiantiiKM ' .vmtif? ai K v K»ww».ijf§ i f MEN ' S TENNIS Command performances. The Men ' s Tennis Team has been giving us just that. The season opener was against tough University of Central Florida. Other tough encounters were USF, and Rollins. Coach Jim Bush notes that the team is balanced, Men ' s Tennis - 1st Row: Scott Reinmund, Brian Goddard. Mark Munson, Tom Evans, Dan Wiser 2nd Row: Jeff Hill, Kal Sab.e, Don Seavey, Tom Waddell, Roger BunHng, Bill Jones. 136 — Sports even though there are Seniors. Strong performances were turned in by Bill Jones, Roger Bunting, Tom Waddell, Tom Evans, Scott Rein- mund, and Dan Wiser. Rounding out the team were Mark Munson, Kal Sabie, Jeff Hill, and Don Seavey. Last year ' s record was 22-7. Coach Bush, early in the season, said that the team ' s goals were to better their season record, qualify for nationals again, and this time take the title. s s?«:«!% ! ' s s r ssK« Sports — 137 TiMi " ' r " " ' " " " " " " ' " ' " " " " " ' ' " " " ' •■ " " " ' • ' WOMEN ' S BASKETBALL Title bound. The Lady Mocs Basketball team has been working hard all season in hopes of achieving their goal, the state title. The Lady Mocs have played tough teams such as Tampa, UCF, Stetson, and USF. The team has consistently used the talents of Jody Kay, who earned all- 91 ■■ H ii i ■ 1 B B t l H p r M S I id f J l L, ' ° ' ' ' 4 ' 4 H FiS 7 ( m H w 138 — Sports state honors last season and led the team in scoring with a 13.2 average, and 6 ' 0 " Senior Debbie Crocker. Other returning players were Kathy Montgomery (36 assists last year), Lisa Mason (6.6 rebounds avg. last year), Robin Rosemeier, and Lorri Marvel. Other notables include Holly Butterfield, Sandy Hudson, and Laticia Williams. The new assist- ant coach is Dick Coding. Earlier in the season Coach Webb stated, " I ' m enthusiastic about the season. I feel confident that we can improve our state finish. " Women ' s Basketball — 1st Row: Kathy Montgomery, Robin Rosemeier, Jody Kay, Lisa Mason, Deidre Lane, Janet Reynolds, Sharon Kunsman, Lou Schultz. 2nd Row: Chris Bellatto, Lissa Lagoni, Holly But- terfield, Lorri Marvel, Debbie Crocker, Laticia Williams, Sandy Hudson, Coach Lois Webb, Asst. Coach Dick Coding. Sports — 139 ■■ ■ " MH " " — " " " ■ " " ' " ' ■ ' " " " MEN ' S BASKETBALL Defending. That is what the 1982 Basketball Mocs are all about. After winning the 1981 Division II na- tional championship the Mocs con- tinued their winning ways in the 1981-82 season. First team AU- American John Ebeling returned for his senior season as did Brian Radon, Mark King, and Bob Zipko. Others returning were guards Jim Harris, Moses Johnson, and Scott Pospichal. The moving Mocs played a host of Men ' s Basketball — 1st Row: Eric Hartje. Mark DeVoss, Bill Conners, John Grahm, Asst. Coach Tartulian 2nd Row: Asst, Coach Aldrich, Mike Hayes, Thomas Ridley, Bob Zipko, Jim Harris, Mark King, Scott Pospichal, Oliver Smith, Coach Wissel. 3rd Row; John Ebeling, Brian Radon, Moses Johnson 140 — Sports Division I teams to complement their Sunshine State schedule. FSC down- ed Brown University, 78-62, in the Juice Bowl Tournament. The Mocs also trounced Sienna College (90-75) and placed third in the Citrus Tour- nament with a 85-58 thrashing of Bethune-Cookman College. Individually, Ebeling remained leader of the scoring and master of the boards. At one time in the season, he had a Division II leading average of 27.6 points per game and led the team in rebounds with a 13.1 average. The 6 ' 9 " , 235-pound Ebe- ling even broke a school record by scoring 50 points against Otterbein. Sharp-shooting forwards Mark King and Brian Radon, and guard Moses Johnson also contributed con- siderably to points on the scoreboard. Sports — 141 riiLr . Y " - " - ' " ' ' " ' I -J --.—..,— CHEERLEADERS Spirited and dazzling. Throughout the basketball season the cheerleaders were seen doing more dance routines (such as Urban Cowboy), more gymnastics, and plenty of yelling. The girls themselves have their own specialties. Robin Achille is known for her dance skill, Sandy Sousa and Holly Alexander for their gym- 142 — Sports nasties, and Sr. Donna Parkman, cap- tain, for keeping the squad unified as a top-notch squad. Theresa Schrader, Amy Hodges, Donna Auger, and Lori Miiligan help to keep that squad top-notch. The hard work has paid off, the girls received a special invitation from Walt Disney World to audition for their touring marching band and drill team. Coach Bill Welch was delighted, that the girls have earned the honor, especially since it is his first year with the squad. Coach Welch said that since the beginning of the school year, the girls have done nothing but excel, and all have worked hard to promote the famed " Moc Mania. " Cheerleading — 1st Row; Donna Auger, Sandy Sousa, Holly Alexander, Donna Parkman, Robbin AchiUe, Theresa Schrader, Amy Hodges, Lori Miiligan. Sports — 143 BASEBALL Led by Head Coach Joe Arnold, NCAA Division II Coach of the Year, the Mocs sought to bring home another national championship trophy. Like the basketball team, the baseball Mocs played numerous Division I foes. Among them were Southern University, Eastern Michigan, Western Michigan, n m ■. J.V Baseball — Ist Row: Mike Moore, Doug Shantealc, Curt Rawsthorne, Jim Barr, Mike Piesins, Tony Senzamici, Carl Yancey. 2nd Row: Hector Villanuava, Nelson Menendez, Mike Culumber, Tom Finke, Jim Roberts, Rich Hopper, Todd Radloff, Rob Neiman, Steve Burke. 3rd Row: Jeff Sadler, Jon Sumple, Jeff Grande, Bill Dickman, Eric Pratt, Dave Parkulo, Ken White, Harry Farnbaugh, John Summeis, Steve Nichols. 144 — Sports Evansville, Old Dominion, Purdue, North Carolina, Seton Hall, and Providence. The Mocs finished the last third of the season against such Sunshine State powerhouses as Rollins and Eckerd. Hitting stars of 1981 returning for the Mocs were Richard Drago (.397), Mark Angelo (.375, eight home runs), and Don Koch (.351, 60 RBI ' s, and nine home runs). Members of the ' 81 championship team that played in ' 82 were Joe Sickles, Tom Locke, Chris Comper, Mike McManamon, Dave Lowe, Jim Chism, and Bob CuUinan. Varsity Baseball — 1st Row: Tom Locke, Joe Clouse, Nelson Rood, Jackie Turner, Rick Drago, David Lowe, Cliff Turner, 2nd Row: Bill Llgato, Rick Daniels, Glenn Scarpa, Rick DeVinceo, Dave Dyrek, Mike Horsfield, Kelly Sanders, Mike Leddy. 3rd Row: Paul Imig, Bob Gendron, Mark Dougherty, Joe Sickles, Chris Patros, Joe Morrison, Mark Angelo, Tim Delph, Joe Mehallo, Jeff Fillmore, Jeff Blair, Steve George. Sports — 145 SOFTBALL 1982 marks the first year for women ' s Softball to be at the varsity intercollegiate level. However, women ' s Softball is not new in terms of its club status competition, the last 2 years under Coach Bellatto. The Lady Mocs have recorded an overall win-loss record of 37-19 and have had showings in the state contest of 3rd and 5th, respectively. Coach Bellatto has been working with the 146 — Sports team for the past three years and her goal is to gain a state title despite the fact that Division I and Division II schools compete for the same title. Impressive wins last year were over University of Florida, and University of South Florida. With all-state returnees Jody Kay and Amy Heuser, key new recruits, and the rest of the veterans the " new " future looks bright. Coach Bellatto says she is proud of her team that boasts two 1981 all-state recipients in Softball, Amy Heuser (short-fielder), and Jody Kay (pitcher). She also men- tioned such notables as Sandy Hud- son (1st FSC female AU-American in volleyball), and Holly Butterfield (nominated to NCAA All-National Volleyball Tournament team). Softball — Isl Row: Holly Butterfield, Pat DiMenna, Kathy Montgomery, Beth Haslage, Susan Young, Lorri Marvel, Sindee Snow. 2nd Row: Jody Kay, Lissa Ugoni. Sandy Hudson, Kelly Schroeder, Amy Heuser, Robin Rosemeier, Coach Chris Bellatto. Sports — 147 rrTT — " " ' " " • ' ' " " " " " " " " " ' ™ INTRAM 148 — Sports URALS .,- m lW»« «■X T IT «« ll n]m■ v«.»J ' ■.-.1 -» r » .-■ J-■■ ll ■.Tl .I .■ l:l, .y.. More Intramurals «iS5Wi ' - ' ' f 150 — Sports The Triple Crown Winners Golf Basketball Baseball Sports — 151 H«;miH ' Wt1v«niwr«A. g.;M i r .viriirii,.inm»i»¥»— nrj».iJ.»«MP« 152 " The teachers at Florida Southern College are one of a kind. Many are tough and sometimes it ' s hard to understand why, but when it comes right down to it, the students realize that the FACULTY at Southern is consistent with the school ' s top-caliber reputation. The professors not only strive to educate the students, they take a personal interest in the welfare of the students and en- courage students to obtain academic excellence. " 153 ' .t. ' l ' Z. . 7 i-mL ' : lUI ' ' im ' ll ADMINISTRATION PRESIDENT ROBERT A. DAVIS This year marks the fifth anniver- sary of Dr. Robert A. Davis as the col- lege ' s 15th president. In 1976 on November 12, Dr. Davis was in- augurated as president of Florida Southern College. A native of Broxton, Georgia, Dr. Davis came to Florida Southern from the presidency of Brevard College in North Carolina. Since his arrival in Florida, Dr. Davis has been active in numerous educational, civic and cultural organizations both locally and at the state and national level. Dr. Davis is listed in Who ' s Who in America. His academic honors in- clude membership in Phi Kappa Phi, Beta Gamma Sigma, and OAK. Dr. Davis is an honor graduate of the University of Georgia and holds degrees from Emory University and Yale University. He was aw arded the Doctor of Humane Letters degree in 1977 by Westmar College and the Doctor of Divinity degree in 1970 by Pfeiffer College. Dr. Davis is married to former Phyllis Clough of Douglas, Georgia. They have three children. BOARD OF TRUSTEES The Honorable Farris Bryant The Honorable Lawton M. Chiles Mr. Sam T. Dell, Jr. Mr. A. L. Ellis Mr. James L. Herman, Jr. Mr. Frank H. Furman, Jr. Mr. J. R. Graves Dr. Monroe Hatch Mr. Charles H. Jenkins Mrs. Edna Lockett Mrs. Alice Lockmiller Mrs. Kathleen Macomber Mr. E. V. McClurg Mr. George Miller Mr. Fred Millsaps Dr. Richard V. Moore Mr. J. Carlisle Rogers Dr. J. Marvin Sweat, Jr. Mr. Robert Trinkle Mr. Lanier Upshaw Mrs. Margorie VanAntwerp Dr. Alfred Vaught Mrs. Ruth S. Wedgeworth Mr. Joel R. Wells, Jr. Dr. Eugene West Mr. Elliot Whitehurst, Jr. The Honorable James Williams Mr. Walter M.Woolfolk 154 — Faculty David G. Mobberley Vice Pres., Dean of the College Theodore H. Haggard Assistant to the Pres. William B. Stephens Director of Admissions Brunner R. Hunt Vice Pres., Business Manager Bishop E. J. Pendergrass Assistant to the Pres. G. Lawrence Stallings Directory of the Library Dr. Charles Thift,Jr, President Emeritus Faculty — 155 . . iP.a A--«i »».T — T ■, » « T. x.l ■ •■.Trmi.-. ' . 1. • . ' IVIt.lOT»tJtHTTT J»IWW- ' W:T«.» TI»»»«»«™MW ADMINISTRATION William M. Hannah Comptroller 1 f ,• ' - . % «, Hhm H r Robert Sterling Director of Student Financial Aid i .1 Harold M. Smeltzly Director of Athletics Harold Waters Director of Communications Rubert W. Prevatt Director of the Citrus Institute Mary Lou Spencer Registrar William H. Boyer Director of Public Relations Kim Pickering Assistant to the Dean of Students — Women 4 Robert Hedrick Director, Orlando Program Lynn Coding Dean of Students — Women 156 — Faculty Francis Luce Placement Assistant Samuel Luce Assist. Dean of Students, Recreation Melinda Luce Director of Student Activities Frank Szabo Assistant Dean of Students Activities, — Men D. Peter Kynion Director of Sports Information Clara Wise Career Counselor and Director of Placement Darrell D. Webb Physical Plant Manager Faculty — 157 ■,» ' .[■ 1-1! .f.-viiHi%-. ' .m»,«i«u«»JJJ«.»,ii.i»Miv .nMa»t.iwai.»»»..:»» iB-.j™.j»- Beth Ford ART Gale Doak Banton Doak h ■ I mJ Downing Barnita 158 — Faculty BUSINESS Francis DeReus Carl Brown Harold O ' Leary Bruce Arnold Jo Ann Buccino Faculty — 159 ■- i ji..m«,...-Tnn i .,, .ai -, -p j-.-tiiii urti , i ■■ ■- jihei. i .. ' . ■- 1 . .■ .- ..j - ■ i -jun mrf MiM jMWif fi,iiff nMiiB «»» i«» BUSINESS Thomas Thies 160 — Faculty " tdt t » ' f Wendell Hulcher William Juchau Margaret Bair Lee Schilling Jeffery Wiley Faculty — 161 - .ufc n i aMv.u wii 7.T:.rL , yTfni ..i. tJ ), n±t Lf iJ ' !i,i TAV rtw yiifVKf iiif»ru fmrm i ty ■v»vt t. i»na ■1 V jMH P CITRUS AND HORTICULTURE Sue Herdman Rubert Prevatt Malcolm Manners 162 — Faculty Rick Wilbur COMMUNICATIONS Edward Thorn John Obrecht Faculty — 163 ■:KA ' aiXJT MiB»ir,™ rvi;.ltfM Ji™i.l, Jiir,i. i- viri»Tii«j ' in-iijt»»«;.«»i»i»».»ut«..»«i«n»i.«» ■■ l " rtm EDUCATION Louise Pitt Mary Virginia Peaslee Emily Hancock 164 — Faculty Marion Calway Davis Holland Jo Ann Little Faculty — 165 !.vi- . 4;r» J ■»■»-,».»»«■■■ ENGLISH Robert Zimmerman Glenn James Raymond Lott 166 — Faculty John Reuter Gwendolyn Zieman Faculty — 167 w Samuel Snow Kathleen Benn Lois Webb Hal Wissel Katherine Straw Mary Clark 168 — Faculty Harold Smeltzly | WMPnit mfii«j»Mi»rtv Larry Durrence HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE John Santosuosso Frank Hodges Paige Parker 170 — Faculty LANGUAGE Gerda Von Paleske Carlos Calonge Jose Martinez Wallace Brandon Faculty — 171 .T . 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From Gilbert Gym to Communications, from Edge Hall to Ordway, students of all classes are mak- ing tracks all over the campus five days a week. " SENIORS 179 ■ " " " ■I " " - ' ' Mark Podolle President Kim Brawn Female Senator Gregg Christensen Male Senator Marjorie Reece Senator- At-Large Kelly Nickerson SUB Representative S6NI0RS 180 — Seniors David Adair Physical Ed. Dana Arnall Elementary Ed. Kathy Bales Business Pete Battaglia Business Kyle Bendfeldt Business Debbie Adams Special Ed. Mary Arnold Biology Greggri Bantz Mathematics Debbie Bauer Psychology Lorrie Adkisson Elementary Ed. William Arnold Religion Keith Bare Business Alfred Beck Jr. Religion Scott Allen Business Paul Ashcraft Business Debi Barker Alan Belcher Business Ray Billings Biology Sue Bischoff Business Keith T. Bolin Criminal Justice Jake Allman Biology Jeff Aylett Mathematics Dane Bassett Business Bryan Belcher Citrus Greg Bollinger Physical Ed. 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Lea Snow Accounting George Stanley Music Education 1 )4 — Seniors Albert Stevens Business Jack Stewart Business Dorina St. Germain Business Suzanne Story Communications Steve Struck Business George T avrides Temple Thomas Elementary Ed. Teri Sorg Business Julie Taylor Elementary Ed. Todd Thomas Communications David Soviak Communications Mark Taylor Business Katherine Thornton Accounting Steven Sviontek Political Science Anabel Teran Psychology Pam Throwrer Business Brian Strand Accounting Gerald Sweat Religion Felix Tertulien Business Krys Triffon Communications ' m . foe Turk Business • JeffTutan Business John Tylke Communications Brad Uhrmann Business Tommy Usher m Business _ j| Seniors — 195 Jerry Vanderstyne Business „ Tom Wallis Accounting Melinda Webster Special Ed. Tad Weeks Business Larry Vignola Business Cindy Wagner Psychology Robert Waldron Business Jeff Warren Accounting Luke Wasson Business Debbie Waterbury Communications Lee Wall Accounting Kelly Waters Communications George Weekiev Nancy Wells Sociology Preston Well III Citrus Brett Wells Citrus Suzie Wesche Accounting Leigh West Health PE Robert Whitcomb, jr. Biology 196 — Seniors Karen Wiley Art Robin Wilkinson Business Jack Williams Psychology Jay Williams Communications Gary Wilson Accounting As time passes, distances increase, memories fade, and friends become merely acquaintances But the impressions that these have made on my life can never be erased. With the past and all of its memories and the future holding all of my dreams - There is nothing I cannot strive for: There is nothing I cannot reach. •■ ' w ' . [essica Wilson Social Work Don Winters Physical Ed. Cathy Woerner Sociology Lisa Young Citrus Business Kristy Zuroski History Seniors - - 197 Allison Hartman Female Senator Tracy Tate Male Senator Ed Rodriguez SUB Representative Craig Glendinen Senator- At-Large 198 — Juniors Btfc atiVHi l Juniors — 199 Lyn Acer Robbin Achille Renee Aherron Kym Aitken Iris Albritton Pam Alexander Cheryl Allen Al Amer Carolyn Anderson Dana Andrew Mark Angelo Craig Antico Theodore Armistead Lisa Arcand Katherine Axt Henry Badcock Steve Baisch Dennis Ball Steve Balough Deanne Barber Addie Battle Bob Beck Kristia Berry Kam Blackburn Tom Blade Cathy Blanton Wendy Blair Brian Blevins Lisa Boegen Sherrie Boyd 200 — Juniors Tami Bownng Scott Bradshaw Amy Bretches Bryan Brethauer Rocco Briante Haley Brock Scott Brockman Linda Brooks Charles Brown Gloria Brown Jackie Bryan Gaye Bua Blaze Burgoon Rob Burnette Holly Butterfield Danny Callahan Jan Campbell Bill Carey Valerie Carney Chuck Cams Marcy Carroll Renee Carroll Lisa Catanese Jane Cattarius Jim Causey Loretta Chapman Bob Chaunty Mike Cheatham Carol Chestnut John Clark Juniors — 201 Zack Clarkson Jon Clayton Craig Clendinen Natasha Cline Joseph Clouse Brad Cluxton Cindy Cobb Kimberly Collins Patricia Collins Phil Colson iliij Todd Cowgill Gordon Cox Liz Cox Sherrie Crane Kathy Crenshaw Julia Comer Celeste Cooper Tami Corbett Karen Coston Edward Crews Melanie Crews Vanessa Cronin Kim Crooks Robert CuUinan 202 — Juniors Mary Kay Czajka Richard Daniels Tony Davis Jeff Deaterly John DeChellis Mary Deichsel Randale Dell Lyle Delph Timothy Delph Richie DeVincenzo Mary Dieffenwierth Diane Dierk Pat DiMenna Barbara Dinger . k7 HS Doug Dobrinich Michael Domalske Cathy Dorian Todd Douglas Richard Drago Lorraine Drake Cindy Dunwoody Bobbie Dusenberry Mark Eady Pat Edgeworth Juniors — 203 Lenor Eicher Laura Jo Ellsworth Debbie Ennaco Linda Farber Laurie Farquhar Paula Farina Bill Ferguson Lidia Fernandez George Ferris John Ficarra Tammy Field Jeff Fillmore Marie Fisackerly Renelda Flavien Lori Fogel Elaine Foret Nina Forrester Kim Forsyth Bob Franklin Lavon Franklin Steve Freeland Michele Friedman Jim Gaesser Ginger Garber Lynn Garrison Janice Geiger Suzan Ghaemaghami Ginger Gilbert Robert Glass Kim Gogerty 204 — Juniors KiKJh Lief Goodson Tom Gordon April Grantham Donna Greener George Greindler Sonja Griffin Emily Griffith Ken Groff Anthony Gruppuso Blake Guiles Scot Hagadorn Annette Hall Allison Hainsfurther Frank Halili Sheri Hand Lori Harden Jessica Hardy Lisa Harrington Jim Harris Laurence Hart Karen Hartigan Rhonda Hartje Benson Hartle Allison Hartman Beth Haslage Laura Hawley Leslie Hayworth Tom Heath Nancy Heitzenrater Jean Henry u Jt Juniors — 205 3 Michelle Hershey Trudy Hildebrand Jeff Hill Keith Hobbs Janis Hogue Randall Hollon Nancy Holm Rick Holn es Stephen Holmes Dori Holmstrom Keith Holtsclaw Mike Horsfield Heather Hough Kim Howard Anne Hubbard Sandy Hudson Cynthia Hughes Keith Hulbert Chip Humble Jeff Humpheries Mark Hungerford Dot Hunt Allison Hunter Darryl Hurley 206 — Juniors Lucy Huston Blanche Hutchinson Martha Huter Pamela Hutten John lasilli Eli James Donna Jeffares Lori Jeffares Brian Jeffries Marty Jenkins Phil Her Paul Imig Yutaro Iwamura Rodman Jaeger David James Stephen Jenkins William Jensen Christine Johnson Donna Johnson Lewis Johnson Moses Johnson Patricia Johnston Griff Jones Wendi Jordan Juniors — 207 Michele Kabel Randy Kaiser Lisa Katros Jim Karr Jim Kazaneckie Hollie Keating Charlene Keiter Cyndi Kellermann Ammanda Kimmer Satoshi Kimura MA David King Mark King Bruce Kingsbury Betsy Kirkland Henry Kirkland Carol Kistler Chuck Klein Scott Knights David Knowles Jamie Knox David Knutson Wayne Koehler Kelly Kolaskey Keith Kovach Clay Kull Craig Kumpf Julie LaCagnin Lissa Lagoni June Landis Peter Langendorf 208 — Juniors Janet Langford Curtis Laur Morgan Laur Doreen Lawrence Mike Leddy Lavinia Lewis Greg Lietzau Brian Lightle Tim Limirele Dianne Lindgren 4 Joseph Lins Carla Lloyd Roxana Locken Susan Long Tammy Long Karen Loyer Lee Luce Elaine Lussier Joe Mahallow Lexanne Manger Julie Manney Chuck Mantle Debbie Mantle Richard Marlowe Lisa Mason Chuck Matthews John Matz Jeff Mazzamaro Tami Mayes Suzie Meade Juniors — 209 Jean McCallum Barbara McCarter Bonnie McCarter Brian McClain Barbara McCorkle Kim McDonald Daniel McEvilly Mauclin McGann Matt McMill an Edwin McMullen Chris Meindl Susan Melson Maureen Merrigan Leslie Metz Ward Michaels Todd Michelson Christina Miles Janet Miles Missy Miles ■; wm i B Beth Miller Elizabeth Miller Diane Minisci Liza Minteer Amy Mock 210 — Juniors Debbie Moore Carmen Morejon Jeff Morgan Marie Ann Morgan Daniel Morton .■ m: i Ann Moss Donna Mulford Carol Mullen Debbie Mundy f., ' 1 i ::- Linda Munson Mark Munson Jim Muraro Beth Myers Marion Nagy Cheryl Neff Laurie Nelson Debra Ann Nieto Kelly Nocco Cheryl Nolen Leslie Noone David Norse Robyn Nychyk Tim Oak Karin O ' Dowd .-«i«r a»n Juniors — 211 Kurt Oettle Eddie Ogburn William Oleigasz Marshel O ' Shields Lisa Pannazo Maria Pantouris David Parker Weldon Parsons Charles Patsos Mark PattuUo Alex Peacock Suzanne Pearson Randy Pease Steve Peirsol Debra Perdomo Karen Peterson Mark Peterson Richard Pfaff Bill Phillips Rhonda Pickering Connie Piemonte Myrna Pitts Nora Pitts Reese Portwood Scott Pospichal Diana Potochney Melanie Potter John Pounds Maisie Powell Larry Priest tM 212 — Juniors Corinne Prindiville Scott Pryor Pepper Puckett Jenny Puffer Dwayne Quill Betsy Racht Rich Rassmann Larry Reader Roland Reeves Walt Reimer Diane Renninger Vicki Rice Matthew Richards Priscilla Richardson Dawn Riddle Elizabeth Ridings Tom Ridley Garth Rinard Susan Ritsema Meri Rivers J% Wk I " wm m tf yyir ■ • ' - -atv Elizabeth Robert Lynn Roberts Steve Robertson Ed Rodriguez Chris Rogers Nelson Rood Jeff Rothwell Jennifer Rou Philip Rucks Janine Ruggiero Juniors — 213 Linda Rushing Janet Russell Rich Russell Jeff Sabean Jimmy Sabia ♦ ' m x Kal Sabie John Safron Daisy Sanders Kelly Sanders Harry Sawyer III Karen Schuetz Maggie Seelbach Tracy Seiford Sue Service Tricia Seymour Amy Shelfer Valerie Sheffler Melinda Shipley Tina Shroyer James Simms Janice Simpson Tracy Sims Chris Sipe Linda Skinner 214 — Juniors Barbara Smith Beverly Smith Jennifer Smith Oliver Smith Susan Smith Sindee Snow Mike Sofferin Theresa Sole Jamie Sowers Vincent Spagnoletto David Spears Julie Stansbury Steve Stapor Rick Stebbins William Steele Kip Stewart Alice Stone Pam Stratos Elise Stringfellow Dave Styron Shannon Sullivan Valerie Surber Linda Suttehan Donna Swenney Juniors — 215 Shari Szabo Tracy Tate Lauren Tatum Lois Tatum Beverly Taylor Glynn Taylor Jayne Taylor Maria Teran James Teu Lisa Thomas Linda Thompson Carson Thorn Robert Thwaites Robert Tolmage Joyce Todd Debbie Trombley Jim Truitt John Tucker Rick Turner JillTutan Barb Twible Jim Twigg Susan Tyler Tom Waddell Andrea Walker Elizabeth Wall 216 — Juniors Ron Wander Linn Warfield John Watt Terry Weaver Kelly Webb Grace Webber Duane Wensel Jamie Westlake Lance Weston Janice Wheeler M_ JP ' Bill White Cathy White John Whitehead Jim Whitten Laticia Williams Julia Willis Bill Winkler Tad Wolfe Donna Wood Janice Yarger Lisa Young Nancy Young Betsy Ziel Bob Zipko Juniors — 217 Kim Belmonte Female Senator David Steele Male Senator Kim Calvert Senator- At-Large Debbie Waldo SUB Representative SOPHOrOORES 218 — Sophomores Sophomores — 219 Bill Aber Jean Agee Mylene Alberto Holly Alexander Elizabeth Allau ,,m - ..rli4 Barbie Allen Cindy Allen Landa Allen Steve Allen John Anastasia Laura Anderson Shelly Anthony Paul Arciero Monique Arneault Spencer Artman Jeff Babineau Craig Bachar Hollye Bailey Cindy Ball Karen Banfield Amy Bardill Kim Barfield Jim Barr Crystal Barwis Brian Basile w ■ AH. Mary Beth Basserdet Ann Marie Bassett Greg Bates Kim Belmonte Claudia Bernate 220 — Sophomores Debbie Bidwell Tom Bisbee Carrie Blackwell Robert Blaydes Katherine Bouse Richard Bovay Darrell Brackin Christine Bradley Joyce Bradley Jean Brady Ronny Bridges Larry Brooks Jackie Brown Jenny Brown Tom Brown Vicky Burton Kim Calvert Pam Cannon Lisa Carlton Suzette Caroli Tamra Bryant Tom Bunce Steve Burke Joe Burley Jodie Burr Carlos Carrillo Greg Cate Chris Cates Gail Cates Aaron Chandler i i£ •msiiM Sophomores — 221 Donna Chastain Susan Christopher Nancy Clark Julie Clements Kandy Clifton Missy Couture Rob Cronkhite Kerry Crutchfield Rafael Cuevas Mike Culumber Joie Davis Patty Davis Van Davis Joy DeCaro Kathlena Dedlow 222 — Sophomores Lynn Demmer Elizabeth De Rada Juan De Rada Bob Devine Laura Dings Linda Dinkins John Dismuke Becky Dison Lynn Domagala Diane Donham Kathleen Donohue Mark Dorrill Debbie Dorsey Amy Downey 4H J7 ' 4li ' Mmm t r v,;: ™ ' SSS! 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' ' n H J m Kim Dudan Cheryl Dunn Chuck Dutil Donna Eads Alan Edwards Ruth Eisenhardt Val Elting Debbie Ellis Becky Elmhorst Rick Elmhorst Sophomores — 223 Jill Fagaly Emmerson ' £% ik Dean Fagaly M ' R Doug Peek m J ES Susie Ferris m Christopher Fielder v I y , Maury Filips Suzie Finch Barry Flagg Anne Flanagan Erin Flanagen Dave Flower Ellen Fluck Brandon Fluman Mark Eraser Eric Frommelt Tim Gallman Julia Gallin Deborah Gerg Laura Gilcrest Joe Giuttari Brian Goddard John Goolsby Rob Goulet Kim Grant Jennifer Gray V Keith Greenwood Stacey Grimm John Griswold Karen Grob Brian Gurchiek 224 — Sophomores Mark Guzior Tammy Haer Richard Haggins Dave Haile Wendy Hall Polly Hamilton Maria Hardwick Brian Harrison Sherri Harrison Stephen Hartsfield Laura Hawley Bill Hayes Richard Hayes Serena Hayes Sherry Heardy Ed Hecker Becky Hedges April Henderson Sue Hensley Jennifer Hermany Holly Hight Jim Hill Phil Hill, Jr. Kirk Hodson Susan Hogge Jayce HoUey Rhonda Holton Barbara Hoover Tim Hoye Lise Hudson Sophomores — 225 Robert Hunt Debbie Hutchison Dretha Ison Robert Jadusingh Ken Janata Juanita Jess Cliff Johnson Jennifer Johnson Gwendolyn Jones Jeff Jones Mark Jordan Amy Jorgenson Donna Julian Chris Kaelin 226 — Sophomores ■v Debbie Kalchbrenner Jody Kay Lynn Keenan Mary Kelly Dawn Kimbrough Laurie King Karen Kladakis Sharon Knoop Rich Koepsel Pam Kosten Jackie Kourmpates Tom Kramig Robin Krimm Jennifer Kunde Sophomores — 227 Sharon Kunsman Tug Lambros Ginny Landry Scott Langley Susan Larkin Hugh Lawson Missy Lee John Lefeber Linda Lennon Don Leon N ' Jeanne Leslie Debbie Letts David Linker Suzy Lissner Alicia Loadholtes H Barry Logan Evanne Logan David Loiselle Darryl Long Wes Longstreth Brent Lowe Dave Lowell John Mackay Missy Maddox Barbara Makris I Janice Manca Kay Manly Katrina Manz Sue Mapou David Marmol 228 — Sophomores Elizabeth Marsh Carolyn Marshall Lorri Marvel Phil Masie Melissa Maver Jimmy Maurno Leslie May Paul McCann Sharon McCredie Sharon McCrudden Colleen McGehee Laura Melton Lynn Mickler Craig Miley Mark Miley Lori Milligan Pete MoUo Kathy Montgomery Mike Moore William Moore Suzanne Moulton Floanne Murdoch Sandy Nason Lori Newell Joseph Newton Windon Newton Mary Nichols Doug Noah Mary Jo Nobile Heather Odom Sophomores — 229 Sharon O ' Conner Timothy O ' Leary » •»••■• ' ■•■• ' ' A.,aoin » ' ' ....... Elizabeth Palmer Michael Paracca Becky Parker Chip Parker Linda Parkos Penny Orr Angle Padgett Paul Parzik Mark Patricoski Heather Patten Lori Peacock Susan Peck Timothy Peiffer Myra Penuel Christopher Peters Alan Pex Chris Pharo Jill Pickett Jack Piemonte Karen Pierce Ansley Pinkert Rob Pontious 230 — Sophomores Kurt Post Betsy Powell Eric Pratt Carol Prevatt Rick Price Ghia Putnam Lisa Ramsey Curtis Rawsthorne Gardner Reynolds Diane Rhea Richard Reed Jo Reese Peggy Reid Darlene Riccio Tim Richardson Robert Ricketts Lorraine Rideout Tammy Ridgdill Jane Robert Cindy Roberts Carrie Roche William Rogers Tony Rosati Robin Rosemier Sophomores — 231 smsssiSsssM BsasffiSi Jodi Roskosh Jackie Rossing Karla Rovnanik Lee Rowand Brent Ryan Bob Saemi jf Karin Sanchez vKnV v H Steve Sangiovanni iIfw B ' f Dean Savek .JS W mm r - ' Wm Sonnie Saunders fsmnj m l y Wjj jiflr m w- SJ - Glenn Scarpe Barb Scherer Lenore Scherf Dirk Schmidt Craig Schott Steve Seipp Anthony Senzamici Linda Sessions Kelly Sheel Cary Sheppard Jay Schrader Kelly Schroeder Lou Schultz Shawna Scott David Seitz I Beth Simmons Marva Simmons Lynne Simms Jama Smith Lance Smith 232 — Sophomores Priscilla Smith Steven Smithson Allen Spears Bill Spi vey Nancy Stacy Nancy Stanley Wes Starling Sue Stauffer Deedra Stebbins David Steele Glenn Steffenhagah Stacey Stenholm Rebecca Stevens Chuck Stickler Renee St. Louis Stan Stokes Stan Strickland Laurie Struck Donna Sullivan Scott Sundseth ' »! David Sweeney Jeffrey Sweet Maureen Tartaglione Alison Taylor Melinda Tew Gloria Thompson Mary Thorn Joyce Tiberio Jeff Titus Susan Tonn Sophomores — 233 Doug Trudeau Laurie True Mary Ann Troiano Cliff Turner Barbara Turney Debbie Waldo Warren Wade Nancy Watkins Diane Wegerif Karen Wertz Roberta Tylke Karen Urguhart Mirtha Vallejo Rafe Vigil Norma Wagner Barney White Bo Wigley Myles Wilkinson Patricia Willcox William Willard Scott Williams Linda Wilson Teri Winter Kim Wirick Beth Woerner Laura Wold Denise Wolfe Amy Wood Kathleen Wood Vincent Wyatt 234 — Sophomores Joe Zamrin Nicholas Zanni Lisa Zesiger Mark Ziebarth Linda Zirbas Mike Zizzo Eva Zwemer Judy Pickens Sophomores — 235 Cindy Robinson President Joe Baker Male Senator Kathye Bastidas Female Senator Paul Westcott SUB Representative f RESHMesJ 236 — Freshmen • ' v ' -i ' i ' i-i iii-irirr t- r . Freshmen — 237 Laurie Acton Gordon Adams Cyndie Ade Leif Ahnell Pete Aldrich N Amy Allen Clare Allen Joanne Allred Kris Alvarez Beverly Alvis Kathy Amick Ira Anderson Richard Anderson Mary Atkins Debbie Aucoin Donna Auger Sally Austin Allison Avey Susan Badinski Joe Baker Link Baker Gina Ballot Greg Barath Charmaine Barclay David Barnum Kathye Bastidas Sarah Beasley Debbie Bedford Jane Bednar Jon Behr 238 — Freshmen Steve Behre Jim Bentz Kurt Beronja Eileen Berry Brian Bionoi Jim Blaney Christine Blanpain Michelle Boisvert Trent Bolesky Tanya Bolin Michele Bonina Diane Boston Susan Boulnois Lori Bowersox Stuart Boyd Betsy Broadwater Cherilynn Brown Tom Bruder Cheryl Bryant Suzanne Bubregh George Budd Pat Burns Judy Busse Terrie Byrnes Cheryl Cameron Tim Campbell Kelly Caron Jim Carroll William Cash Dana Casini Freshmen — 239 Joyce Ceto Tony Channell Kim Chase Mike Chisum Kim Christensen Heather Chryst Angie Cicanese Frank Cicero Patrick Clancy Kenneth Clark Jack Collins Donna Columbus Kenneth Comer Jeanne Cope Teri Corrigan Rob Cloutier Jerri Cobb Gina Colina Richard CoUette 4 George Costine II Hilary Counts John Couture Kevin Cox April Crabtree 240 — Freshmen Sue Crawford Donna Crossen Scott Grossman Laurie Cutshall Sandy D ' Agati Tammy Dean Ben Dees Kristene Dennis Kristy Dettling Patti Daniel Waltraud Dautermann Marco Dawson Bill Day Angelia Dean Barbara Devonmille Mark DeVoss Isabel Diaz de Arce Bill Dickman Sue Diehl Leonard Dietzen Charles Diggs Rick Dimbath Mark Dougherty Stephen Dowdie Freshmen — 241 wmM Charla Drake Jodie Drees Elizabeth Dugan Bobby Duncan Cheryl Dunlap Lisa Durham Dan Dyer Susan Easton Efrem Edwards Alan Eifert Marion Ellis Crystal Ellworth Sara Elmhorst Richard Engler Debra Erwin Mary Lee Escobar Lisa Estes Lynnette Evans Tom Evans Jay Fado %C Harry Farnbaugh Ralph Ferrara Danny Field Michael Fields Tom Finke Bill Fisackerly Bob Flynn Darcy Flynn Karyn FoUand Laurie Ford 242 — Freshmen Anne Fox Matt Fox Gary Franek Nate Freeman Kelly Funston Glenda Gage Suzanne Gainer Gregg Gamester Angela Gann Alan Garey Vivian Garriga Susan Garrison Vicki Garrone Sherry Gauntlett Kristiana Giessler Lori Giuttari Bibiana Gomez Joseph Gong II Holly Goodrich Jim Goodson Thomas Geller Robin Gerhard Henry Gibson Marcia Gillett Colleen Gillogly Nora Gould Malia Graffham Jeff Grande Stephen Graves Debbie Greear Iv ' [ Freshmen — 243 Sharon Gresens Dawn Griffin Terri Griggs Denise Haley Lisa Ham Leona Hammond Dan Hammonds Holly Hangen Madison Hankal Susan Hansberger Dana Hanson Elizabeth Ann Harding Beth Harrelson Cathy Harris Eric Hartje Christia Hayes Heather Hayman Pat Hegert Cheryl Hemingway Michele Henderlight Jeff Henderson Harold Hendren Laurie Herbert Teresita Hernandez 0 - 1 a 3 } 244 — Freshmen Martha Herron Steve Hierholzer Gregory Highnam Kirk Hobart Cinda Hockgraver Amy Hodge Dana Hodges Kevin Hoiaday Kathryn Holmes Cheryl Hommerson Mike Honsharuk Jody Hooper Jennifer Hopkins Rick Hopper Leslie Hosick Carolyn Howard Sharon Humburg Lori Hurt Laurie Ivey Lisa Jackson Sharon Jackson Suzanne Jackson Seeta Jadusingh Vanda Jagr ; ■ ? Freshmen — 245 tK Maureen Jahns Archie Johnson Margie Johnson Terre Johnson Tricia Johnson Vickie Johnson Tom Johnston Dana Jones Rhonda Jones Kathy Kanitsch Sharon Kapraun Tiina Karttunen Rick Kear Sharon Kelly Greta Kern Ellen Kerner Mike Kichler Monica Kiley Annette Kilgore Craig Kindrat Tracy Kirkpatrick Rhonda Kitchens Susan Kline Carrie Knowles Scott Kolar I Steven Kopelman Chris Kops Toyokazu Kosugi Roy Kramer, Jr. Kyle Krein 246 — Freshmen Lisa Krosschell Harald Kuestermann Gusty Kundahl Amy Lake Scott Lancaster John Lennon Theresa Lenz Rebecca Lett Traci Lincoln Lisa Linley Sally Land Diedre Lane David Lange Ron Leber Sanford Lechner Linda Lohne Mary Ann Lonergan Debbie Lucas Dan Lynn Kip Lyons Dick MacKenzie Todd Malecky Bruce Mandish Mark Mangum Joanne Mann Linda Mann Joseph Marino Russell Marlowe Dee Marvin Jeanne Mason Freshmen — 247 Jeff Matthewson Melanie May Christie Maynard Kelly McCarley David McCorkle Mike McCoy Ben McDaniel Gregory McGann Jim McGuire Kirk McKinnon Melanie McMuUen Jeff McVey William Meakin Scott Meeker Nelson Menendez Mark Michelson Kendra Mickelsen Lori Miller Sandy Miller John Mines Michael Mitchell David Moenning Jay Montero Brad Moore ; fc ll t 248 — Freshmen I Don Moose Debra Morgan Nicole Morgan Mark Moritz Joe Morrison - ' m i Stuart Morrison Tim Mulford Mary Munson James Murphy Tom Murphy Leigh Nabors Nick Napela Rachel Nash Cathy Neff Robbie Neiman Sharon Nelson Hideto Nishimoto Cathi Norris Darren Nosti Peter Oglesby Jacquie O ' Leary Greg Owens Leo Owens II Debora Padgett Freshmen — 249 Monica Pagani Lisa Page Gene Panzer Dave Parkulo Laura Paulus Mark Peet Howard Penney Jeff Penrod Michelle Perdue Felix Perez Chris Perkins Jill Petrie Lori Petrie Michael Piesins Linda Pittard Craig Poffenbarger Diane Polk Marty Pottorff Vince Propst Mark Puflea Karen Quaritius Colleen Quinn Todd Radloff Lori Rainey Mike Randolph John Rankin Carol Read John Reeck Jelane Reed Mary Pete Reed 250 — Freshmen Tammy Reichert Scott Reinmund Janet Reynolds Ramon Richardson Steve Ridge Jeanette Rinker Tom Risch Leicha Rittgers Barbara Roberts Jimmy Roberts Andrew Robinson Cindy Robinson Lori Robinson Todd Robinson Lauren Rodberg Rudy Rodriguez Joe Rogers Julie Rogers Shell Rogers Jodi Rome Thomas Ronketty Jennifer Roper Joy Rossi Pam Roy Patti Roy Debbie Saffron Lisa Salchow Scott Samsel Marc SanMartano Beverly Santini Freshmen — 251 Russell Savage Tami Sawyer Chris Scheuer Jeff Schmucker Lori Schumucker " - Teresa Schrader Joanna Scofield Don Seavy Bret Seligman Elizabeth Sellers Rick Shaefer Bella Shahrabani Doug Shanteau Sean Shapee Tami Shearer Scott Shellabarger Penny Sherman Donna Sippel Holly Sisson Jim Slaughter Paige Smith Brenda Snedden Jeff Soukup Sandie Sousa 252 — Freshmen Linda Stafford Mark Staggs Kelly Stanley Hope Stark Todd Starks Wendy Starling Shaun Steggles Jane Steiner Lisa Steinmeyer Pam Stenger George Stephey III Bob Stigleman Joseph Strada Susan Stuart Judi Sullivan Jonathan Sumple Robert Sutter Dayna Swalley Karen Syverson Yvette Talley Mark Tallo Claudia Teran Mauricio Teran Clayton Thomas Freshmen — 253 Diane Thomas Terri Thomas Valerie Thomas Debbie Thompson Cord Thorson Terri Tremain Cynthia Trickel Lisa Trongone Judy Truitt Gloria Tucker Lisa Thurn Deanna Tingley Michelle Tomkow Pam Topping Christine Towne Walt Urbowicz Tim Vangellow Denise Van Nus Hector Villanueva Irene Vogel Todd Von Weyhe Jane Wakely Jeff Wallace Nancy Walsh Victoria Walters Carole Washuta Laura Watson Andrea Wayne Greg Webb Bill Welch 254 — Freshmen Pam Wentworth Christina Westberg Paul Westcott Gary Westerman Ken White Juan Carlos Zapatia Debbie Zill Kathy Zimmer Robert Zimmerman Sandee Zombek Freshmen — 255 Senior Directory Sandra Able — Lakeland, FL. David Adair - Key West, FL. Deborah Adams — Orlando, FL., Chorale, Chapel Choir, Sigma Delta Pi, Wesley Fellowship, Sigma Rho Epsilon, Kappa Delta Pi, Student Council for Exceptional Children, ODK, Miss Molly, Dean ' s List, President ' s List. Lorrie Adkisson — Lincolnshire, IL., Alpha Delta Pi, Theta Chi Little Sister, Sigma Chi Derby Queen. Jasper AUman Jr. — Osteen, FL., Beta Beta Beta, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Dana Arnall — Ft. Myers, FL., Phi Mu. Mary Arnold — Pompano Beach, FL., Student Senate, Bicycle Club, Association of Women Students. William Arnold — Melbourne, FL., Lambda Chi Alpha, Theta Chi Beta, Pre- Ministerial, Vagabonds, ODK. Paul Ashcraft — Auburndale, FL. Jeffrey Aylelt — Lakeland, FL. Kathy Bales — Lakeland, FL. Greggri Bantz — North Lauderdale, FL., Who ' s Who, ODK, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Handbell Choir, Concert Band, Chapel Choir, German Club, President ' s Scholar. Samuel Barganier Jr. — Lakeland, FL. Deborah Barker — Deland, FL., Kappa Delta Sorority, Delta Sigma Pi. Dane Bassett — Lakeland, FL. Peter Battaglia — Punta Gorda, FL., Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Deborah Bauer — Venice, FL., Alpha Omicron Pi, Sigma Chi Little Sister, Panhellenic Council, Junior Advisor, Psi Chi. Alfred Beck Jr. — Fellsmere, FL., Wesley Foundation, Pre-Ministerial Association, Psi Chi, Theta Chi Beta, Chapel Choir, Joy Explosion. Sharon Becker — Lakeland, FL. Alan Belcher — Jacksonville, FL., Tau Kappa Epsilon. Bryan Belcher — Orlando, FL., Citus Club, Kappa Alpha. Robert Bendfeldt - Auburn, N.Y., Dean ' s List, Delta Sigma Pi, Golf Team. Kristia Berry - Eglin AFB, FL. Raymond Billings — Brunswick, MA. Susan Bischoff — Coral Springs, FL., Phi Mu, Phi Chi Theta, Association of Women Students, Interlachen. Brian Blevins — Washington, D.C., Pi Kappa Alpha. Deanna Bohanon — Lakeland, FL. Keith Bolin — Seminole, FL., Circle K, Broadcasting Club, Republican Club, Lambda Chi Alpha. Greg Bollinger — New Port Richey, FL., ■ Kappa Alpha, Physical Education Majors Club, Vice-President of Men ' s Intramurals. Kim Brawn — Safety Harbor, FL., Sigma Chi Little Sister, Student Government, Southern, Pre-Law Society, FCA, Founder ' s Week Committee, FPRA. Beth Brisbin - Lakeland, FL., Handbell Choir, German Club, Wesley Fellowship, Kappa Mu Epsilon. Jennifer Bruse — Punta Gorda, FL., Phi Mu, Southern, Interlachen, Advertising Club, Miss Interlachen Contestant. Teresa Brunson — Lakeland, FL. Judith Bryan — Brandon, FL Peggy Bryan — Lakeland, FL. Jerry Bulen — Ft. Myers, FL., American Chemical Society, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Tri Beta. Bruce Bunten — Miami, FL., Pre- Ministerial Association, FCA, Wesley Fellowship. Roger Bunting — Cape Corral, FL., Tennis Team. Pamela Burby — Lakeland, FL. Richard Burnette III - Lakeland, FL., Sigma Chi. Sandra Caldwell — Hollywood, FL., Delta Sigma Pi, ODK, Alpha Delta Pi, Sigma Chi Little Sister, Miss Southern Court, Junior Advisor, Student Government Assoc. Douglas Carpenter — Naples, FL., Delta Sigma Pi, Intramural Bd. William Cary Jr. — Lakeland, FL. Kenneth Catello — Lakeland, FL. Gregg Christensen — Warren, PA., Tau Kappa Epsilon. Robert Christian — Lakeland, FL. Catherine Christos — Lighthouse Pt., FL., Kappa Delta, Panhellenic Council, Junior Advisor, Phi Chi Theta, ODK, ASPA, Judicial Board, Miss Molly, Dean ' s List. Donald Clay - Lake Alfred, FL. Jon Clayton — Lakeland, FL. Diane Coleman — Lakeland, FL. Karen Collins — Lakeland, FL. Todd Coningsby — Ft. Lauderdale, FL., Pi Kappa Alpha. Beth Cohen — Pompano Beach, FL., Interlachen, Southern, Kappa Alpha Little Sister, Hillel Club, Association of Women Students. Irene Conley — Lakeland, FL. Barbara Cook — Lakeland, FL. David Cook — Chesire, CT. Delmas Copeland — Vero Beach, FL., Citrus Club, Kappa Alpha. Kathleen Corbett — Titusville, FL., Alpha Chi Omega, Delta Sigma Pi, Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sister. Peter Cottrell - Cocoa, FL., Theta Chi Beta, Pre-Ministerial Assoc, Wesley Fellowship. Anne Coupe — Cedar Key, FL., Delta Sigma Pi. Eleanore Couper — Homosassa, FL., Kappa Delta Pi, Wesley Fellowship, Association of Women Students, Junior Advisor. John Cox — Lakeland, FL. Charles Crandell Jr. — Lothan, MD., Theta Chi. Donald Cranston — Dunedin, FL., Sigma Phi Epsilon. Nancy Creech — Belle Glade, FL., Alpha Chi Omega, Delta Sigma Pi, Pi Kappa Phi Little Sister, Pi Kappa Phi Pledge Class Sweetheart. ■ Debra Crocker — Ft. Lauderdale, FL., Spanish Society, Tri-Beta, FCA, Cross Country, Women ' s Basketball. Patty Cruise — Clearwater, FL., Alpha Delta Pi, Student Council for Exceptional Children. Sabrina Cunz — Lakeland, FL. JoAnn DaCosta — Pembroke Pines, FL., Alpha Chi Omega, Kappa Delta Pi. Carl Danielson III — Winter Haven, FL., ROTC, Kappa Alpha, Dean ' s List, President ' s Scholar, Outstanding Freshman in Chemistry, ODK, American Chemical Society. Allen Davis — Ft. Myers, FL. Gregory Davis — Lakeland, FL. Lisa Dean — Lakeland, FL. Kathryn Deatherage — Howey-in-the- Hills, FL., Delta Omicron, ODK, Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Rho Epsilon, Chorale, Band, President ' s Scholar, German Club, SWAP, Wesley Fellowship, Miss Molly, Who ' s Who. John Dechellis — Vero Beach, FL. Robin Dempsey — Cocoa Beach, FL., Alpha Delta Pi, Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sister. Lisa Dismuke — Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Timothy Dix - Woodland Park, CO., Phi Mu Alpha, Band, Chorale. Robyn Devine — Venice, FL., Alpha Delta Pi, Pi Kappa Phi Little Sister. Nickolas Donatelli — Lakeland, FL. Richard Drago - Rye, NY. Dori Drummond — Winter Haven, FL., Sigma Rho Epsilon, Spanish Society, Association of Women Students, SUB, Joy Explosion, SWAP, College Republicans, Miss Molly, Pi Gamma Mu, Sigma Delta Pi, ODK. Amy DuBois — Lighthouse Pt., FL., ODK, Delta Sigma Pi, Junior Advisor, Zeta Tau Alpha, Sigma Phi Epsilon Little Sister, ASPA, Association of Women Students. Karen DuBois - Plant City, FL., Tri- Beta, FNGA, American Chemical Society, French Club. David Duda — Brunswick, NJ., Theta Chi. " Connie Duff — Lakeland, FL., Alpha Delta Pi, Sigma Chi Derby Queen, Interlachen Finalist. Joseph Duke Jr. — Bradenton, FL. Sheila Dyer — Orlando, FL., Wesley Fellowship, Junior Advisor, Kappa Delta Pi, ODK, Handbell Choir, Sigma Rho Epsilon, Student Council for Exceptional Children. Ellen Edwards — Brandon, FL., Women ' s Basketball Team, President ' s Scholar, Kappa Delta Pi, ODK, Alpha Delta Pi, Theta Chi Sweetheart and Little Sister. Terri Eldridge — Ft. Lauderdale, FL., 256 Senior Directory Alpha Chi Omega, Delta Sigma Pi. Janet Elliott — Orlando, FL., Moccettes, Sigma Chi Little Sister, Pledge Class Sweetheart and Fraternity Sweetheart. David Erickson — Westchester, IL. Sandy Estep — Sanford, FL., Cheerleader, Delta Sigma Pi, Theta Chi Little Sister, Alpha Delta Pi. Adriana Evans — Hudson, FL. Mikell Evatt - Charleston, SC. Dana Everhart — Brandon, FL., Freshman Class President, Chorale, Southern Singers, Wesley Fellowship, Sigma Rho, Phi Mu Alpha, Inter-faith Council, Theta Chi Beta, FCA, The Miser. Cindra Farley — Jamestown, IN., Kappa Delta, Vagabonds, Southern Singers, AWS, French Club, Miss Molly, Dean ' s List, Advertising Club, Tau Kappa Epsilon Little Sister. Walter Farr — Lakeland, FL. Thomas Fasano — Lakeland, FL. Marybeth Federico — Clearwater, FL., Zeta Tau Alpha, Newman Club, Delta Sigma Pi. Amy Ferdinandsen — Savannah, GA., Alpha Delta Pi, Theta Chi Little Sister, Southern. Janice Fields — Nassau, Bahamas, Sigma Delta Chi, Broadcasting Club, Sigma Rho, Yearbook, Mocettes, Dean ' s List, Southern. Roger Finch — N. Palm Beach, FL., Sigma Phi Epsilon. John Fisher — Melbourne, FL., Lambda Chi Alpha, Sigma Rho. Judith Flanders — Lakeland, FL. Susan Flight — Plantation, FL., Wesley Fellowship, SUB, American Chemical Society, Sigma Rho, Dean ' s List, Sigma Chi Little Sister, Pi Gamma Mu, President ' s Scholar, Cross Country Team, ODK, AWS, Constitution Comm., Judicial Bd., Miss Interlachen Candidate, Curriculum Comm. Kathryn Ford — Winter Haven, FL. Vicki Forsythe — Naples, FL., Alpha Delta Pi. Susan Fosmire — Wheaton, IL., German Club, Psi Chi, Phi Mu, Kappa Alpha Pledge Class Sweetheart and Little Sister, Newman Club. Dean Fox — Lakeland, FL. Stephen Freeland — Lakeland, FL. Alba Frets - Lakeland, FL. Lisa Freeman — Vero Beach, FL., ADPi. Jeanne Frick - Belleair, FL., Alpha Chi Omega. Pamela Candy — Lakeland, FL., Dean ' s List. Jose Gaona — Venice, FL., Sigma Chi, Sigma Delta Pi, Sigma Delta Chi, Interlachen, Broadcasting Club. Lynda Garver — Palatka, FL., Cheerleader, Alpha Delta Pi, Delta Sigma Pi, Pi Kappa Phi. Douglas Gellatly - Lakeland, FL. Gary George — Warwick, RI., Pi Kappa Alpha, American Advertising Federation, Radio Club, Alpha Omicron Pi Pledge Class Sweetheart. Larry Glass — Lakeland, FL. Kimarie Gogerty — Naples, FL. David Golly — Lakeland, FL. Christopher Gompper - St. Petersburg, FL, Lisa Gore — St. Petersburg, FL., Alpha Delta Pi. Holly Grader — Lakeland, FL., Concert Band, Lambda Chi Alpha Little Sister and Pledge Class Sweetheart, Delta Omicron, Phi Mu Alpha Sweetheart. Helen Graff - Atlanta, GA., Ski Team, Pi Gamma Mu, Theta Chi Beta, Kappa Delta, Pre-Ministerial, ODK. Sharon Granholm — Pompano Beach, FL., Mocettes, Kappa Delta, Phi Chi Theta, ODK, ASPA. Karen Grant — Ft. Myers, FL., Alpha Omicron Pi, Sigma Delta Chi, The Southern, Miss Interlachen Contestant, Miss Southern Court Member, Mocettes. Keith Gray — Lakeland, FL., Kappa Alpha. Stuart Gregory — Lakeland, FL. Rowland Gregory Jr. — St. Petersburg, FL. Joseph Grill - Philadelphia, PA., Phi Sigma Kappa. Kenneth Groendal — Lakeland, FL., Delta Sigma Pi, ASPA. Gail Gustafson — Maitland, FL., Wesley Fellowship, Kappa Delta Pi, ODK, Student Council for Exceptional Children, Junior Advisor, Dean ' s List. Curtis Guyer — Pierson, FL., Ski Club, Ski Team, ASPA, Alpha Chi Omega Big Brother. Daniel Halili - Winter Haven, FL., American Chemical Society, Tri-Beta, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Mary Ann Hall — Leesburg, FL., Alpha Delta Pi, Theta Chi Little Sister. Susie Hall - Winter Park, FL., Zeta Tau Alpha, Panhellenic Council, Kappa Alpha Sweetheart, Interlachen, Greek Hall of Fame, FPRA, KA Little Sister, Miss Southern Court. Lori Hamic — Lakeland, FL. Scott Hamilton — Ft. Lauderdale, FL., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Cross Country. Sara Hammond — Lakeland, FL. Garry Handley - Lakeland, FL., SWAP, Sigma Delta Pi. Cindy Hardin — Lakeland, FL., Editor of Southern, Sigma Delta Chi, ODK, Vagabonds, SGA Cabinet. William Hardy — Lakeland, FL. Rondi Harris — St. Petersburg, FL., Alpha Delta Pi. Shelly Harrison — Orlando, FL., Freshman Class President, Miss Molly, SGA, Lambda Chi Alpha Little Sister, Pi Gamma Mu, ODK, Dean ' s List, Spanish Society. Lawrence Hart — Hampton, NH. Sharon Hart — Lakeland, FL. William Hartt - Avon Park, FL., Citrus Club. Stanton Hawthorne — Lakeland, FL. Charlotte Hayes — Lakeland, FL. Michael Hayes — Bronx, NY. David Hayford - Lakeland, FL. Jeffery Hearn - St. Petersburg, FL., Sigma Chi, Alpha Delta Pi Big Brother, ' Delta Sigma Pi, Interlachen Southern Photographer, Ski Club. Tammy Heineken - Lakeland, FL. Eugene Hellwig - Lakeland, FL. Craig Helseth - Ft. Pierce, FL., Citrus Club, Kappa Alpha. Susan Hendrick - Fort Meade, FL., Kappa Delta, Delta Omicron, Miss Interlachen Contestant, German Club, SWAP, Phi Mu Alpha Pledge Class Sweetheart, Miss Southern Court, Junior Advisor, Concert Band. Amy Heuser - Orlando, FL., Volleyball Team, Softball Team, German Club, Southern, President ' s Scholar. David Hickman — Jamestown, RL, Pi Kappa Alpha. Leta Hicks - Lakeland, FL. Donna Hilton - Jacksonville, FL. Suzanne Hiot - Titusville, FL. Kent Hobart - Lutz, FL., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Zeta Tau Alpha Big Brother, ASPA. Vernon Hollingsworth — Arcadia, FL. Jeffrey Holme - Grosse Pointe, Michigan. Keith Holtsclaw - Lakeland, FL. Kathleen Holwell - Sea Ranch Lakes, FL., Tri-Beta, Mocettes, Alpha Omicron Pi, Theta Chi Little Sister, AAF. Patricia Huckery - Lakeland, FL., Tri- Beta, American Chemical Society Newman Club, Concert Chorus, Opera Theatre. Kip Ingle - Peoria, IL., Sigma Phi Epsilon. Donna Jeffares — Lakeland, FL. LoriJeffares — Lakeland, FL. Donna Jensen - South Holland, IL., Tri-Beta, Psi Chi, Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweetheart and Little Sister. Carol Johnson - St. Petersburg, FL. Lori Johnson — Ruskin, FL. Nancy Johnson — St. Petersburg, FL., Alpha Delta Pi, Pi Kappa Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sister. Robert Johnson — Arlington Heights, Jon Johnston - Orlando, FL., Kappa Alpha, Alpha Chi Omega Big Brother, Cross-Country. Wilmot Jones - Beckley, WV. Tilliejoyner — Lake Wales, FL. Melissa Kain - Lakeland, FL. Wayne Kappauf — Naples, FL. Terry Kassien — Lakeland, FL. Andrew Kassman — Potomac, MD., Ski Club. Donna Kelly - Lakeland, FL. Shaun Kelly - Naples, FL. Keri Kelsey — Lakeland, FL., Alpha Chi Omega, Vagabonds. Ann-Marie Kemp — Nassau, Bahamas, Delta Sigma Pi, ASPA, SWAP, Sigma Rho, Miss Molly, Lambda Chi Alpha Little Sister, SUB. LeEtta Kern — Lakeland, FL. Sheryl Keyes — Odessa, FL., Kappa Delta, Panhellenic Council, Miss Molly, Psi Chi, Wesley Fellowship, ODK, Dean ' s List, SWAP. Linda Keys — Tarpon Springs, FL., Alpha Delta Pi, Kappa Alpha Pledge Class Sweetheart. Martin Kidwell — Ft. Lauderdale, FL., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Delta Sigma Pi. Nancy King - Lakeland, FL., ASPA, Phi Chi Theta. Linda Kinzer — Nairobi, Kenya, Student Council for Exceptional Children. Randy Knight — Ormand Beach, FL., Sigma Phi Epsilon. Senior Directory — 257 Philip Kniskern II — Lighthouse Point, FL., SGA, Class Senator, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Delta Sigma Pi, Inter-Fraternity Council, Judicial Board, Founder ' s Week Comm,, Who ' s Who, Alpha Chi Omega Pledge Class Sweetheart and Big Brother, Sailing Club, Ski Club. Stephen Kosilla — Vero Beach, FL., Pi Kappa Alpha, Alpha Chi Omega Big Brother. Robert Kramig IV — Wyoming, OH., Soccer Team, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Zeta Tau Alpha Big Brother. Charles Kretchman — Lakeland, FL. Richard Kurpiers — St. Thomas, Virgin Islands. John Lamothe — Miami, FL., Kappa Alpha, Sigma Rho Epsilon, Delta Sigma Pi, Newman Club, ASPA, Chorale. Carolyn Landry — Mt. Kisco, NY., Alpha Omicron Pi, Theta Chi Little Sister, Newman Club. Jennie Lane — Clearwater, FL., Phi Mu, Panhellenic Council, Tri-Beta, American Chemical Society. MaryAnn Langbein — Winter Haven, FL. Janet Langford — Sarasota, FL. David Law, Jr. — Kaneohe, HI., Sigma Phi Epsilon. Jamie Layne — Lake Placid, FL., Delta Sigma Pi. Lawrence Lebo — Lakeland, FL. Randi Lebowitz — Delray Beach, FL. Robert Lehman — Lakeland, FL. Jeffrey Leonard — Indian Rocks Beach, FL., Tau Kappa Epsilon, Tri-Beta. Marc Lepere — Lakeland, FL. Leanne Leveft - Winter Park, FL., ODK, Alpha Chi Omega, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Little Sister, AWS, Panhellenic Council, Dean ' s List, Miss Molly. James Lewis — Deland, FL., Theta Chi Beta, Wesley Fellowship, Pre-Ministerial Assoc. Lavin Lewis — Lakeland, FL. Carmelo Ligato — Lakeland, FL. Walton Locke - Webster, FL., Baseball Team. Roxana Locken — Lakeland, FL. Marilyn Loesche — Lakeland, FL., Newman Club. Pamela Loesche — St. Petersburg, FL., Sigma Delta Chi, ODK, Junior Advisor, Southern, Interlachen, Miss Molly, Miss Southern Court Member. Bryan Long — Lakeland, FL. Karen Lunn — Warwick, RL, Alpha Delta Pi, Sigma Chi Little Sister. Timothy Madison — Corinth, NY., Pi Kappa Alpha. Margaret Maiese — Englewood, FL. John Mapel III — Vero Beach, FL. Daniel Martin — Saline, ML, Kappa Alpha Order. Rebeca Martinez — Miami, FL., Spanish Club, Sigma Delta Pi, AWS, Sigma Chi Little Sister. Laura Massimilla — Lexington, MA., Kappa Delta, Kappa Alpha Little Sister, Newman Club, Miss Southern Court. Angela Mathis — Leesburg, FL., Southern, Kappa Delta, Interlachen, Miss Molly, President ' s Scholar, Dean ' s List, afa: Lisa Maynard — Tampa, FL., Delta Sigma Pi, Psi Chi, ASPA, SWAP, Sigma Rho Epsion. MaryElIen Mazzanti — Seaside Heights, NJ., ODK, Who ' s Who, Kappa Delta Pi, Zeta Tau Alpha, Junior Advisor, Newman Club, Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweetheart, Pledge Class Sweetheart, Little Sister, Miss Molly, Dean ' s List, President ' s Scholar. Cynthia McAulay — Sebring, FL., Tennis Team, Basketball Team, Zeta Tau Alpha. George McKnight — Atlanta, GA. Jill McCabe - Orlando, FL., Alpha Chi Omega, Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sister, Psi Chi, Ski Team, Dean ' s List, President ' s Scholar. Suzanne McCoIIough — Winter Haven, FL., Alpha Delta Pi, Interlachen. Barbara McCorkie — Lakeland, FL. Jamie McCoy — Lakeland, FL. Donna McDonald — Lakeland, FL. Jane McDorman — Lakeland, FL., Choir, Dean ' s List. Daniel McGraw — Lakeland, FL. Michael McManamon — Clarks Green, PA., Baseball Team. Paul McManus — Huntington Bay, NY. Annette Mead — Lakeland, FL., Phi Mu. Karen Meek — Lakeland, FL. Linda Meenan — Jupiter, FL., Zeta Tau Alpha, Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sister. Mary Jane Meherg — Winter Park, FL., Kappa Delta, Student Council for Exceptional Children, Interlachen. Michael Merians — Howell, Ml., B •;eball Team. Austin Merritt — Lakeland, FL. Daryl Meyer — N. Palm Beach, FL., Miss Southern Court, Theta Chi Little Sister, Pledge Class Sweetheart, Alpha Omicron Pi, Miss Molly, Dean ' s List, Presidents Scholar, Psi Chi, Outstanding Junior Woman Award, Miss Interlachen, ODK. Thomas Michelsen — Lakeland, FL. Paul Milewski — Brookfield, CT., Kappa Alpha. Chris Miley - Sarasota, FL., SWAP, Sigma Rho, American Chemical Society. Janie Miller — Montpelier, OH. Robert Miller, Jr. - Lakeland, FL. Shari Mims — Newport, TN. Cynthia Moon — Lakeland, FL. Beverly Moore — Lakeland, FL. Randy Moore — Plantation, FL., Kappa Delta Sweetheart, SWAP, Mr. Legs. Dana Moose — Miami, FL. John Moran - Pt. Pleasant, NJ., Phi Theta Kappa, Dean ' s List, Golf Team, Resident Advisor, Newman Club, Republican Club, Sigma Chi. Carmen Morejon — Lakeland, FL. Thomas Moriarty — Wakefield, MA., Theta Chi. William Newton - Dothan, AL., ODK, Delta Sigma Pi, Pi Kappa Alpha. John Nichols — Sarasota, FL. Gerald Nichols — Merritt Island, FL., Soccer Team, PE Majors Club, Zeta Tau Alpha Big Brother. Connie Nickerson — Lakeland, FL., President ' s Scholar, Psi Chi, Tri-Beta. Kelly Nickerson - Orlando, FL., SUB, Interlachen, Chapel Choir, Sailing Club, Circle K, Bicycle Club, SGA. Tracy Nostrand — Indialantic, FL. Michael O ' Neil — Lakeland, FL. George Ogburn, Jr. — Lakeland, FL. Kwang Oh — Lakeland, FL. Kevin O ' Leary — Lakeland, FL., Kappa Alpha, ROTC. Maria Oliver - Port Charlotte, FL., Alpha Chi Omega, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Sigma Delta Pi, Tri-Beta, Spanish Society, Newman ' s Club, ODK, SWAP, Sigma Phi Epsilon Little Sister. Donna Osborne — Orlando, FL., Alpha Delta Pi, ODK, Southern. Donna Owens — Jacksonville, FL., Interlachen, Wesley Fellowship, Sigma Rho Epsilon, AWS. Lisa Pannazzo — Unionville, CT., Alpha Omicron Pi, Miss Molly, Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sister, Tau Kappa Epsilon Little Sister. Maria Pantouris — Lakeland, FL. Donna Parkman — Meredith, NH., Cheerleader, AWS, Student Government, Supreme Court, Alpha Delta Pi, Sigma Chi Little Sister, Judicial Bd., Moccette, Band, Interlachen Finalist. Karen Parham — Gainesville, FL., Vagabonds, Alpha Psi Omega, Chorale, Southern Singers, Sigma Rho, Lambda Chi Alpha Little Sister, Delta Omicron, First Place Talent Show, Winner of Best Actress in Supporting Role. Cynthia Peaster — Lakeland, FL. Karen Penn — Hopatcong, NJ., Cheerleader, Psi Chi, Phi Gamma Mu, French Club. Sylvia Penty — Lakeland, FL., Alpha Chi Omega, Tau Kappa Epsilon Little Sister. John Perciasepe — Larchmont, NY., Phi Sigma Kappa. Craig Peterson — Ft. Lauderdale, FL., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Delta Sigma Pi, Alpha Delta Pi Big Brother, Ski Club. Joy Pettry — Orlando, FL., Zeta Tau Alpha, Women ' s Volleyball and Softball. James Phillips — Lakeland, FL. Michael Piatnik — St. Petersburg, FL., Baseball Team, Theta Chi. Carol Pittard - Seville, FL., Chorale, Wesley Fellowship, Delta Omicron. Norman Platts — Ft. Pierce, FL., Kappa Alpha, Citrus Club, Sam Banks Citrus Scholarship Award, Dean ' s List, Outstanding Pledge Award. Mark PodoUe - Scotch Plains, NJ., Residence Advisor, Senior Class President, Supreme Court Justice, FSAC, Zeta Tau Alpha Big Brother, Sweetheart, Hillel, Student Government Association. Kim Poinsett - Lakeland, FL., ROTC, Kappa Alpha Little Sister. Susan Pollard — Stuart, Fl., Kappa Delta, Miss Molly, Advertising Club, Southern. Steven Poole — Atlanta, GA. Karen Porter — Naples, FL., Zeta Tau Alpha, Delta Sigma Pi, Sigma Delta Pi. Ebbie Sue Pou - Plant City, FL., Kappa Alpha Little Sister, Sigma Delta Chi, Southern. Harvey Prevatt — Lakeland, FL. David Pryor — Lakeland, FL. Susan Pults - Lake Worth, FL. Ann Purcell — Lakeland, FL. Crystal Quillian - Atlanta, GA., Joy Explosion, Ski Club. 258 Senior Directory Lakeland, FL. Lakenheath, England, Evelyn Rainey Lori Ramsey Kappa Delta. Judith Rankin — Clearwater, FL. Joy Rattman — South Yarmouth, MA., Kappa Delta, Sigma Phi Epsilon Little Sister. Marjorie Reece — Ocean Grove, NJ., SGA, Association of Women Students, Judicial Board, ODK, Pi Gamma Mu, Supreme Court, By-Laws Committee. Rex Reese — Lakeland, FL. Bradley Rice — Tampa, FL., Theta Chi. Melinda Richards — Lakeland, FL. Loralei Riker — Glen Gardner, NJ., Kappa Delta Pi, Army ROTC. Ralph Robertson — Lakeland, FL. Briggette Robinson — Sarasota, FL., Vagabonds, Student Council for Exceptional Children, Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Rho Epsilon, Miss Molly, Miss Southern Candidate, Judicial Board, SWAP, Interlachen, Lambda Chi Alpha Little Sister, ODK, Dean ' s List, Miss Interlachen Finalist. Carrie Robinson — Lakeland, FL. Diane Robinson — Orlando, FL., Mocettes, Alpha Delta Pi, Junior Advisor, AWS, Dean ' s List, Who ' s Who, ODK, Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Delta Chi, SGA, Cabinet, Dean ' s Comm. on Student Affairs, Southern, Interlachen, Jr. Class President, Supreme Court. David Rogers — Akron, OH., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Inter-Fraternity Council, ODK, SGA, Cabinet, Delta Sigma Pi, Academic Standards Committee, SUB, FCA, Zeta Tau Alpha Sweetheart, Pledge Class Sweetheart, Big Brother. Tammy Robinson — Lantana, FL. Richard Robinson — Jupiter, FL. John Rogers — Lakeland, FL. Valerie Rogers — Jacksonville, FL., Alpha Delta Pi, Kappa Alpha Little Sister. Priscilla Rooks — Inverness, FL., Sigma Alpha Epsilon Little Sister, Dean ' s List. Nancy Beth Rucks — Okeechobee, FL., Sigma Phi Epsilon Little Sister, Zeta Tau Alpha, Interlachen, Softball Team, Kappa Delta Pi, ODK. Sheri Rude — Lakeland, FL. Peter Ruffner — Grosse Pointe Farms, ML, Theta Chi, Vagabond. Eric Rupert — Lakeland, FL. Susanne Saffran — Jacksonville, FL., Kappa Delta, Kappa Alpha Little Sister. David Saliba — Winter Haven, FL. Wayne Saunders — Deltona, FL., Southern, AAF. Janet Sawyer — Stamford, CT., Zeta Tau Alpha, Advertising Club, Sailing Club, Southern, Interlachen, Cross Country. Cana Schmidt - Starke, FL., Psi Chi, Delta Omicron, Lambda Chi Alpha Little Sister, SWAP, Concert Band. Robert Schmidt — Lakeland, FL. Darrell Schultz - Ft. Myers, FL., Circle K. Samuel Seibert — Lakeland, FL. Carlos Seoane — Miami, FL., Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Robert Settle - Maitland, FL., Kappa Alpha. Karen Shackelford - Wauchula, FL., Alpha Delta Pi. Pamela Sheppard — Lakeland, FL. Linda Slade - Vero Beach, FL., Phi Chi Theta, Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sister. Kate Slaughter — Lakeland, FL. Shirley Slutz — Lakeland, FL. Deborah Smith - Tampa, FL., AWS, Delta Sigma Pi. Stephen Smith — Pt. Pleasant, NJ. William Smith — Lakeland, FL. Susan Snoles — Orlando, FL., Kappa Delta, ODK, Kappa Delta Pi, Student Council for Exceptional Children, Dean ' s List, President ' s Scholar, Miss Molly. Lea Snow — Ft. Myers, FL, Tennis Team, Alpha Delta Pi. Teri Sorg - Clarks Summit, PA., AWS, ASPA, Alpha Chi Omega. David Soviak — Lockport, IL., Sailing Club, Sigma Chi, Southern. Gregory Sreenan — Lakeland, FL. Patrick Streenan — Lakeland, FL., Delta Sigma Pi, Snow Ski Club. Donna St. Germain — Oxford, MA., Delta Siema Pi, Mocettes. George Stanley — Homestead, FL., Phi Mu Alpha, Concert Band, Concert Chorale, Kappa Delta Pi, SMENC. Albert Stevens — Arcadia, FL., Sigma Chi. Jack Stewart — Plantation, FL., Vagabonds, Concert Band, Phi Mu Alpha, SWAP. Donald Stoicovy — Pittsburg, PA. Gail Stoken — Lakeland, FL. Suzanne Story — Lakeland, FL. Steven Struck — Lakeland, FL., Sigma Chi. Barbara Stuart — Lakeland, Fl. Ernestine Surber — Lakeland, FL ., Sigma Delta Chi. Steven Sviontek — District Heights, MD., SUB, ROTC, George C. Marshall Award, Supreme Court Justice, Distinguished Military Student, Dean ' s List, Who ' s Who, ODK, Kappa Alpha. Gerald Sweat — Jacksonville, FL., Wesley Fellowship, Pre-Ministerial Fellowship, Theta Chi-Beta, FCA. Kathryn Talley - Lutz, FL. George Tavrides — Lakeland, FL. Julie Taylor — Pompano Beach, FL., Handbell Choir. Anabel Teran — Managua, Nicaragua, Women ' s Volleyball Team, Sigma Chi Little Sister, Pledge Class Sweetheart, Alpha Omicron Pi, President of Panhellenic Council. Felix Tertulien — Brooklyn, NY., Basketball Team. Temple Thomas — Bradenton, FL., SGA, AWS, Alpha Delta Pi, Who ' s Who, Judicial Board, FCA, Miss Southern Court, Sigma Chi Little Sister. Todd Thomas — West Palm Beach, FL., Southern, Resident Advisor, Lambda Chi Alpha. Katherine Thornton — Lakeland, FL. Pam Thrower — Temple Terrace, FL. Susan Trask — Lakeland, FL. Krys Triffon — Cocoa Beach, FL., Phi Sigma Kappa Sweetheart, Little Sister, Southern, Interlachen. Joseph Turk - Joliet, IL., Delta Sigma Pi, Alpha Delta Pi Big Brother. Jeffrey Tutan - Coral Gables, FL. John Tylke — Lakeland, FL. Bradley Uhrmann - Merritt Island, FL., Sigma Chi. Thomas Usher - Chiefland, FL., Ski Team. Gerald Vanderstyne Theta Chi. Victor, NY., Lawrence Vignola - Deerfield Beach, FL., Pi Kappa Alpha, Inter-Fraternity Council, SEIFC, ODK, Delta Sigma Pi, Supreme Court, Committee on Student Affairs, Who ' s Who, SGA, Alpha Chi Omega Big Brother. Cynthia Wagner - Lakeland, FL., Psi Chi, ASPA, Kappa Alpha Little Sister, Sweetheart. Robert Waldron - Venice, FL., Delta Sigma Pi, ASPA. Joy Walker - Lakeland, FL. Hosier Wall - Lakeland. FL. Jeffery Warren - Belle Mead, NJ., Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Thomas Wallis — Horseheads, NY., Sigma Phi Epsilon. Warren Wasson - Rockledge, FL., Delta Sigma Pi, Zeta Tau Alpha Big Brother, Kappa Alpha. Debra Waterbury — Lakeland, FL., Spanish Society, Sigma Phi Epsilon Little Sister, Interlachen. Kelly Waters - Lakeland, FL., Alpha Chi Omega, Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sister, Advertising Club, Interlachen Staff. Terry Weaver — Lakeland, FL. Melinda Webster - Ft. Myers, FL., SUB, AWS, Junior Advisor, ODK, Kappa Delta Pi, Judicial Board, Student Affairs Committee, Student Council for Exceptional Children, Miss Southern Court, Dean ' s List. George Weekly - Cullowhee, NC. Tad Weeks — Brunswick, GA., Pi Kappa Alpha, Golf Team. Nancy Wells — Lakeland, FL. William Wells - Lantana, FL. Preston Wells III - Lakeland, FL. Suzanne Wesche — Lakeland, FL. Leigh West - Bartow, FL., Interlachen, PE Majors Club, Phi Mu. Robert Whitcomb Jr. - Sebring, FL., Citrus Club. Karen Wiley — Lakeland, FL. Robin Wilkinson — Pittsburgh, PA., Alpha Omicron Pi, Delta Sigma Pi. Jack Williams — Lakeland, FL. Jeffrey Williams — Deerfield Beach, FL., Kappa Alpha, Men ' s Intramural Board, Southern, Men ' s Intramural All-Star, Alpha Delta Pi Big Brother. Julia Willis - Lake Worth. FL. Gary Wilson — Lakeland, FL. Jessica Wilson — Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Mary Woerner — Bartow, FL., Wesley Fellowship, SWAP, Mocettes, Interlachen, AWS, Student Life Handbook Representative, Sigma Chi Little Sister, Miss Southern Court, Dean ' s List, President ' s Scholar, ODK. Marjorie Woodard — Lakeland, FL. Jonathan Wreede — Celina, OH. Barbara Yarbrough — Lakeland, FL. Lisa Young — Auburndale, FL., Citrus Club, Kappa Alpha Little Sister. Robert Zipko — Wilkes Barre, PA., Basketball Team. Ana Zuloeta-Montes — Lakeland, FL. Kristeen Zuroski — Ft. Myers, FL. Senior Directory — 259 INDEX Aber, Bill — 220 Acer, Lyn — 58, 59, 200 Achille, Robbin — 48, 60, 143, 200 Acton, Laurie — 238 Adari, David — 181 Adams, Debbie — 67, 181 Adams, Gordon — 238 Ade, Cyndie — 238 Adkisson, Lorrie — 26, 48, 92, 181 Agee, Jean — 94, 220 Agur, Cortland — 71, 140 Aherron, Renee — 200 Ahnell, Leif — 238 Aitken, Kym — 96, 200 Alberto, Mylene — 64, 65, 78, 220 Albritton, Iris — 200 Aldrich, Pete — 238 Aldrich, Wes — 140 Alexander, Holly — 12, 78, 143, 220 Alexander, Pam — 58, 59, 77, 200 Allau, Elizabeth — 220 Allen, Amy — 238 Allen, Barbie — 220 Allen, Beth — 71,94 Allen, Cheryl — 200 Allen, Cindy — 220 Allen, Clare — 73, 238 Allen, Landa — 74, 220 Allen, Scott— 181 Allen, Steve — 70, 84, 220 Allman,Jake — 181 Allred, Joanne — 238 Alvarez, Chris — 238 Alvis, Beverly — 48, 238 Amer, Al — 124,200 Amick, Kathy — 238 Anastasia, John — 220 Anderson, Carolyn — 200 Anderson, Ira — 67, 238 Anderson, Laura — 220 Anderson, Richard — 128, 129,238 Andrew, Dana — 200 Angelo, Mark — 200 Anthony Shelly — 94, 220 Antico, Craig — 200 Arcand, Lisa 94, 200 Arciero, Paul — 21, 220 Armistead, Theodore — 220 Arnall, Dana — 181 Arneault, Montique — 220 Arnold, Bruce — 159 Arnold, Joe— 169 Arnold, Mary — 181 Arnold, William — 181 Artman, Spencer — 220 Ashcraft, Paul — 181 Atkins, Mary — 238 Aucoin, Debbie — 238 Auger, Donna — 143, 238 Austin, Sally — 238 Avey, Allison — 135, 238 Axt, Katherine — 74, 96, 200 Aylett, Jeff— 181 B Babineau, Jeff — 181 Bacher, Craig — 220 Badcock, Henry — 220 Badineau, Jeff — 220 Bailey, HoUye — 220 Bair, Margaret — 160 Baisch, Steve — 200 Baker, Joe — 61, 65, 236, 238 Baker, Link — 238 Bales, Kathy — 181 Ball, Cindy — 220 Ball, Dennis — 200 Ballot, Gina — 238 Balough, Steve — 200 Banfield, Karen — 220 Banfield, Karen — 220 Banfield, Kevin — 73 Bantz, Greggri — 69, 181 Barath, Greg — 238 Barber, Deanne — 200 Barclay, Charmaine — 238 Bardill, Amy — 78, 92, 220 Bare, Keith — 181 Barfield, Kim — 31, 220 Barker, Debi — 96, 181 Barnes, William S. —66, 67, 86, 155 Barnitz, Downing — 158 Barnum, David — 238 Barr, Jim — 220 Barwis, Crystal — 28, 220 Basile, Brian — 220 Basserdet, Mary — 48, 220 Bassett, Ann Marie — 92, 220 Bassett, Dane — 181 Bastidas, Kathye — 60, 61, 68, 236, 238 Bates, Greg — 124,220 Battaglia, Pete — 181 Battle, Addie — 200 Bauer, Debbie — 77, 81, 94, 181 Beasley, Sarah — 238 Beck, Alfred Jr. — 66,67,68,81,86, 181 Beck, Bob — 200 Bedford, Debbie — 238 Bednar, Jane — 60, 65, 238 Behl, Scott— 131 Behr, Jon — 238 Behre, Steve — 239 Belcher, Allan — 181 Belcher, Byran — 72, 102, 181 Belmonle, Kim — 61,218, 220 Bendfeldt, Kyle — 181 Benn, Kathleen — 75, 168 Bentz, Jim — 239 Bernate, Claudia — 64, 78, 220 Beronja, Kurt — 239 Berquist, Mary Jo — 160 Berry, Eileen — 239 Berry, Kristia — 68, 71, 200 Bidwell, Debbie — 221 Billings, Ray — 181 Bionoi, Brian — 239 Bisbee, Tom — 221 Bischoff, Sue — 60, 98, 181 Blackburn, Kam — 74, 96, 200 Blackwell, Carrie — 221 Blade, Tom — 63, 200 Blair, Wendy — 73, 92, 200 Blaney, Jim — 239 Blanpain, Christine — 60, 68, 239 Blanlon, Kathy — 200 Blaydes, Robert — 102, 200 Blevins, Brian — 108, 200 Boegan, Lisa — 67, 86, 200 Boisvert, Michelle — 239 Bolesky, Trent — 239 Bolin, Keith — 73, 102, 181 Bolin, Tanya — 239 Bollinger, Greg — 73, 102, 181 Bonina, Michele — 239 Boston, Diane — 239 Boulnois, Susan — 239 Bouse, Katherine — 221 Bovay, Richard — 221 Bowersox, Lori — 239 Bowman, John — 64 Bowning, Tami — 98, 201 Boyd, Sherri — 70, 200 Boyd, Stewart — 239 Boyer, William H. — 156 Brackin, Darrell — 102, 221 Bradley, Christine — 221 Bradley, Joyce — 63, 78, 221 Bradley, Warel — 71 Bradshaw, Scott — 201 Brady, Jean — 221 Brady, Joan — 92 Bradon, Wallace — 78, 79, 171 Bretches, Amy — 6, 92, 201 Brethauer, Bryan — 201 Briante, Rocco — 64, 201 Bridges, Ronnie — 221 Brawn, Kim Marie — 59, 61, 65, 180, 182 Brisbin, Beth — 67, 83, 182 Broadwater, Betsy — 135, 239 Brock, Haley — 20, 58, 59, 201 Brockman, Scott — 9, 29, 201 Brooks, Larry — 221 Brooks, Linda — 1 1, 48, 58, 92, 201 Brown, Carl — 159 Brown, Charles — 201 Brown, Cherilynn — 239 Brown, Gloria — 201 Brown, Jackie — 65, 71, 221 Brown, Jenny — 221 Brown, Joyce — 59, 92, 182 Brown, Tom — 221 Bruce, Jennifer — 58, 98, 182, 269 Bruder, Tom — 239 Brunson, Teresa — 182 Bryan, Jackie — 72, 79, 201 Bryan, Judi — 182 Bryan, Peggy — 182 Bryant, Cheryl — 239 Bryant, Tamra — 221 Bua,Gaye — 81,94 Bubrugh, Suzanne — 64, 78, 239 Buccino, Jo Ann — 159 Buch, James — 169 Buck, Susan Elizabeth — 30, 37, 201 Budd, George — 239 Bulen, Jerry —71,282 Bunce, Tom — 221 Bunting, Roger — 136, 182 Bunton, Bruce — 66, 67, 182 Burgoon, Blaze — 75, 201 Burke, Steve — 221 Burley,Joe — 72, 221 Burnette, Richard — 79, 83, 175 Burnette, Rick — 81, 182 Burnette, Rob — 6, 73, 201 Burns, Pat — 239 Burr, Jodie — 92,221 Burton, Vicky — 65, 86, 221 Busse, Judy — 239 Butterfield, Holly — 127, 139, 201 Byrnes, Terrie — 239 c Cacciatore, Frank — 83, 172, Caldwell, Sandy — 182 Callahan, Danny — 201 Calonge, Caries — 85, 171 Calvert, Kim — 61, 96, 218, 221 Calway, Marion — 165 Cameron, Cheryl — 69, 239 Campbell, Jan — 201 Campbell, Laurence — 177 Campbell, Tim — 239 Cannon, Pam — 221 Cardoza, Captain Leonard — 157 Carey, Bill — 201 Cariton, Lisa — 67, 221 Carney, Valerie — 76, 201 Caroli, Suzette — 221 Cams, Chuck — 102, 201 Caron, Kelly — 239 Carpenter, Doug — 73, 182 Carreira, Daniel — 172 Carrillo, Carios — 221 Carroll, Jim — 239 Carroll,Mary — 201 Carroll, Renee — 201 Couture, John — 64 Cash, William — 239 Casini, Dana — 239 Catanese, Lisa — 201 Cattarius, Jane — 201 Cate,Greg— 131,221 Gates, Chris — 221 Gates, Gail — 86, 221 Causey, Jim — 72, 201 Ceto, Joyce — 240 Chandler, Aaron — 221 Channell, Tony — 240 Chapman, Loretta — 60, 78, 92, 201 Chase, Kim — 240 Chastain, Donna — 219, 222 Chaunty, Bob — 201 Cheatham, Mike — 201 Chestnut, Carol — 201 Chisum, Mike — 240 Christensen, Kim — 73, 240 Christensen, Gregg — 180, 182 Christian, Rob — 182 Christopher, Susan — 67, 68, 69, 222 Christos, Cathy — 63, 75, 96, 182 Chryst, Heather — 240 Cicanese, Angle — 132, 240 Cicero, Frank — 240 Clancy, Patrick — 240 Clark, John — 201 Clark, Kenneth — 240 Clark, Mary — 168 Clark, Nancy — 222 Clarkson, Zack — 78, 202 Clayton, Jon — 202 Clements, Julie — 222 Clendinen, Craig — 60, 61, 70, 77, 198,202 Clifton, Kandy — 222 Cline, Natasha — 202 Clouse, Joseph — 202 Cloutier, Bob — 240 Cluxton, Brad — 29, 73, 202 Cobb, Cindy — 202 Cobb, Terri — 240 Cochrane, Lori — 31, 222 Cockrell, Bill — 70, 222 Cohen, Beth-Alyson — 48, 58, 59, 64, 182 Cohn, Sarah — 96, 222 Coleman, Diane — 182 Colina, Gina — 240 Collette, Richard — 240 Collins, Jack — 240 Collins, Karen — 182 Collins, Kimberiy — 76, 100, 202 Collins, Patricia — 202 Collins, Rob — 66, 222 Colson, Phil — 202 Columbus, Donna — 240 Comer, Julia — 202 Comer, Kenneth — 240 Conelly, Tim — 69, 80 Conley, Irene — 182 Conningsby, Todd — 108, 182 Connelly, Tim— 173 Conner, Karen — 222 Conners, Bill — 124,140 Cook, Barbara — 183 Cook, Dave — 108, 183 Cook, John — 83, 176 Cooks, Leda — 70 Cooper, Celeste — 202 Cope, Anne — 222 Cope, Jeanne — 240 Copeland, Delmas — 72, 102, 183 Corbett, Kathy — 30, 36, 183 Corbett,Tami —81,202 Corrigan, Teri — 240 Costine 11, George — 240 Coston, Karen — 202 Cotherman, Ross — 222 Cuttrel, Peter — 66, 67, 183 Counts, Hilary — 240 Coupe, Anne — 183 Couper, Eleanore — 67, 183 Courtoy, Teri — 222 Couture, John — 240 Couture, Missy — 74, 222 Cowgill, Todd — 202 Cox, Gordon — 72, 202 Cox, Kevin — 240 Cox, Liz — 70, 202 Crabtree, April — 240 Crandell, Chuck — 183 Crane, Sherrie — 63, 64, 73, 96, 202 Cranston, Don — 183 Crawford, Sue — 241 Creech, Nancy — 26, 33, 37, 48, 183 Crenshaw, Kathy — 60, 96, 202 Crews, Edward — 64, 202 Crews, Melanie — 202 Crocker, Debbie — 48, 78, 132, 139, 183 Cronin, Vanessa — 78, 202 Cronkhite, Rob — 13, 73, 102, 222 Crooks, Kim — 202 Crossen, Donna — 64, 241 Grossman, Scott — 241 Cruise, Patty— 183 Crutchfield, Kerry — 222 Cuevas, Rafael — 222 Cullinan, Robert — 202 Cunz, Sabrina — 183 Cutumber, Mike — 64 Cutshall, Laurie — 241 260 Index Czajka, Mary Kay — 172, 203 D D ' Agati, Sandy — 241 Dacosta, Jo Ann — 183 Daniel, Patricia — 59, 241 Daniels, Richard — 203 Danielson, Carl — 64, 102, 183 Dautermann, Waltraud — 241 Davis, Allen — 183 Davis, Gregory — 183 Davis, Patricia — 92, 222 Davis, President Robert A. — 154 Davis, Tony — 203 Davis, Van — 222 Davis, Joseph — 124, 218, 222 Davk ' son, Marco — 131, 241 Day, Billy — 241 DeRada, Elizabeth — 64, 78, 223 DeReus, Francis — 159 Dean, Angelia — 241 Dean, Lisa — 75, 183 Dean, Tammy — 241 Deaterly, Jeffrey — 108, 203 Deatherage, Kathryn — 65, 68, 82, 86, 183 Decaro, Joy — 94, 222 DeChellis, John — 203 Dedlow, Kathlena — 222 Dees, Bennett — 241 DeFraties, Jeffrey — 183 Deichsel, Mary — 96, 203 Del Mastro, Cheryl — 58 Dell, Randale — 203 Delph, Lyle — 203 Delph, Timothy — 203 Demmer, Lynn — 223 Dempsey, Robin — 92, 183 Dennis, Kristene — 241 Dettling, Kristy — 241 DeVincenzo, Richard — 203 Devine, Robert — 223 Devine, Robyn — 92, 183 Devonmille, Barbara — 241 Devoss, Mark — 140, 241 Diaz De Arce, Isabel — 78, 241 Dicesare, Patsy — 183 Dickman, William — 241 Dieffenwierth, Mary — 96, 135, 203 Diehl, Susan — 241 Dierk, Diane — 63, 68, 87, 98, 203 Dietzen, Leonard — 241 Diggs, Chades — 241 Dimbath, Rick — 63, 71, 241 Dimenna, Patricia — 203 Dinger, Barbara — 203 Dings, Laura — 68, 71, 78, 223 Dinkins, Linda — 96, 223 Dinsmore, Howard — 71, 177 Dismuke, Lisa — 96, 223 Dinsmuke, John — 223 Dison, Rebecca — 223 Dix, Timothy — 68, 70, 183 Doak, Banton — 158 Doak,Gale— 158 Dobrinich, Douglas — 203 Domagala, Lynn — 48, 94, 128, 223 Domalske, Michael — 131, 203 Donham, Diane — 223 Donohue, Kathleen — 223 Dorion, Catherine — 59, 62, 63, 64, 77, 203 Dorrill, Mark — 223 Dorsey, Debra — 37, 311, 223 Dougherty, Mark — 241 Douglas, Todd — 203 Dowdie, Stephen — 70, 241 Downey, Amy — 100, 223 Drago, Richard — 203 Drake, Charla — 242 Drake, Lorraine — 48, 203 Drees, Jodie — 65, 242 Drummond, Don — 63, 79, 85, 86, 184 DuBois, Amy — 81, 184 DuBois, Karen — 71, 72, 80, 184 Duda, David — 184 Dudan, Kimberly — 219, 223 Duff, Connie — 31, 48, 184 Dugan, Elizabeth — 242 Duke, Joseph — 184 Duncan, Bobby — 242 Dunlap, Sheryl — 66, 242 Dunn, Cheryl — 223 Dunwody, Cynthia — 107, 203 Durham, Lisa — 242 Durham, Mrs. — 83 Durrence, Larry — 79, 170 Dusenberry, Barbara — 203 Dutil, Charles — 223 Dye, Dyeanna — 92, 184 Dyer, Daniel — 124,242 Dyer, Shelia — 67, 184 E Eads, Donna — 223 Eady, Mark — 203 Easton, Susan — 242 Ebeling, John — 140, 184, 277 Edgeworth, Patrick — 203 Edwards, Alan — 223 Edwards, Efrem — 242 Edwards, Ellen — 92, 184 Eicher, Lenor — 204 Eilert, Donald — 242 Eidenberg, Charles — 177 Eisenhardt, Ruth — 96, 223 Eldridge, Terrie — 184 Elliott, Janet — 184 Ellis, Calvin — 71 Ellis, Debbie — 94, 223 Ellis, Marion — 242 Ellsworth, Crystal — 242 Ellsworth, Laura Jo — 96, 204 Elmhorst, Frederick — 223 Elmhorst, Rebecca — 223 Elmhorst, Sara — 242 Elting, Valerie — 107, 223 Emmerson, Jill Fagaly — 224 Engler, Richard — 242 Ennaco, Debra — 67, 83, 86, 204 Erickson, David — 184 Erwin, Debra — 60, 242 Escobar, Mary Lee — 242 Eslep, Sandy — 92, 184 Estes, Lisa — 242 Evans, Adriana — 60, 62, 78, 184 Evans, Lynnette — 242 Evans, Thomas — 64, 136, 242 Evatt, Henry — 184 Everhart, Dana — 66, 67, 184 F Fado, John — 242 Fagaly, Dean — 224 Fandrich,Rita — 173 Farber, Linda — 127,204 Fariey, Cindra — 58, 96, 184 Farnbaugh, Harry — 242 Farguhar, Laurie — 34, 204 Farida, Paula— 132,204 Farr, Walter — 72, 224 Ferdinandsen, Amy — 92, 184 Ferguson, James — 204 Fernandez, Lidia — 204 Ferrara, Ralph — 242 Ferris, George — 204 Ferris, George — 224 Ficarra, John — 204 Field, Daniel — 72, 242 Field, Tamara — 204 Fielder, Christopher — 224 Fields, Janice — 71, 76 Fields, Michael — 242 Filips, Maurice — 224 Fillmore, Jeffrey — 204 Finch, Roger — 184 Finch, Suzanne — 94, 224 Finke, Thomas — 242 Fisackeriy, Blanche Marie — 67, 82, 86, 204 Fisackeriy, William — 67, 86, 242 Fischer, Raymond H. — 156 Fisher, John — 65, 66, 86, 184 Flagg, Barry — 224 Flanagan, Anne — 92, 224 Flanagan, Erin — 224 Flannagan, Larry — 184 Flavien, Renelda — 204 Flight, Susan — 63, 79, 132, 184 Flower, David — 224 Fluck, Ellen — 100,224 Fluman, Brandan — 224 Flynn, Dorothy — 237, 242 Flynn, Robert — 242 Fogel, Lori — 204 Folland, Karyn — 66, 242 Ford, Beth — 158 Ford, Kathryn — 165 Ford, Laurie — 66, 67, 132, 242 Foret, Elaine — 92, 204 Forrester, Nina — 58, 59, 63, 85, 86, 204 Forsythe, Kimberly — 204 Forsythe, Vicky — 92, 185 Foshee, Durwood — 67 Fosmire, Susan — 185 Fox, Anne — 70, 243 Fox, Matthew — 242 Franek, Gar ' — 242 Franklin, Lavon — 204 Franklin, Robert — 204 Eraser, Mark — 66, 224 Freeland, Stephen — 204 Freeman, Lisa — 92, 185 Freeman, Nathan — 243 Frets, Alba — 78, 85, 185 Frick, Jeanne — 34, 185 Friedman, Michele — 64, 204 Frommelt, Eric — 224 Funston, Kelly — 243 G Gadeson, Molly — 185 Gaesser, James — 79, 204 Gage, Glenda — 67, 243 Gainer, Suzanne — 243 Gallin, Julia — 224 Gallman, Timothy — 224 Galloway, Mary Ruth — 69 Gamester, Gregg — 131, 243 Gandy, Pamela — 185 Gann, Angela — 243 Gaona, Jose — 64, 185 Garber, Virginia — 69, 74, 204 Garey, Alan — 243 Garriga, Vivian — 243 Garrison, Lynn — 204 Garrison, Susan — 243 Garrone, Victoria — 243 Carver, Lynda — 92, 185 Gauntlett, Sherry — 243 Gebhart, Barbara — 74 Geiger, Janice — 204 Geissler, Kristiana — 243 Gellatly, Douglas — 185 Geller, Thomas — 70, 74, 243 George, Gary — 58, 108, 185 Gerg, Dehor — 58, 96, 224 Gerhard, Robin — 69, 243 Ghaemaghami, Suzan — 204 Gibson, Faith — 78, 185 Gibson, Henry — 124, 243 Gilbert, Ginger — 70, 204 Gilbert, Margaret — 177 Gilcrest, Laura — 224 Gillett, Marcia — 243 Gillogly, Colleen — 243 Girard, Lt. R. — 157 Giuttari, Joseph — 224 Giuttari, Lori — 243 Glass, Larry — 185 Glass, Robert — 204 Goddard, Brain — 136, 224 Coding, Lynn — 156 Gogerty, Kimarie — 48, 64, 204 Golly, David — 185 Gomez, Bibiana — 26, 48, 78, 243 Gompper, Christopher — 185 Gong, Joseph — 243 Goodrich, Holly — 67, 78, 243 Goodson, James — 243 Goodson, Lane — 83, 172 Goodson, Lief — 77, 205 Goodson, Minter — 124 Goolsby, John — 70, 224 Gordon, Thomas — 72, 205 Gore, Lisa — 92, 185 Gould, Nora — 59, 243 Goulet, Robert — 224 Grader, Holly — 70, 82, 84, 185 Graff, Helen — 96, 185 Graffham, Malia — 243 Grande, Jeffrey — 243 Grange, William — 69, 80, 174 Granholm, Sharon — 75, 96, 186 Grant, Karen — 94, 186 Grant, Kimberiy — 69, 224 Grantham, April — 205 Graves, Stephen — 243 Gray, Jennifer — 76, 224 Gray, Keith — 94, 102,186 Greear, Debra — 135, 243 Greener, Donna — 70, 205 Greenwood, Keith — 224 Gregory, Rowland — 186 Gresens, Sharon — 244 Greindler, George — 205 Griffin, Dawn — 244 Griffin, Sonja — 34, 205 Griffith, Emily — 59, 92, 205 Griggs, Teresa — 244 Grill, Joseph — 186 Grimm, Stacey — 28, 224 Griswold, John — 224 Grob, Karen — 63, 224 Groendal, Kenneth — 75, 186 Groff, Kenny — 65, 73, 205 Gruger, Waller — 31, 108, 186 Gruppuso, Anthony — 69, 205 Guiles, Blake — 205 Gurchiek, Brian — 64, 224 Gustafson, Gail — 186 Guyer, Curtis — 75, 186 Guzior, Mark — 225 H Haer, Tammy — 92, 225 Hagadorn, Scot — 205 Haggard, Theodore H- — 155 Haggins, James — 225 Haile, David — 225 Hainsfurther, Allison — 205 Haldeman, John — 177 Haley, Denise — 244 Halili, Daniel — 71,80, 186 Halih, Francisco — 71, 80, 205 Hall, Annette — 205 Hall, Mary — 92, 186 Hall, Susan — 32, 58, 102, 186 Hall, Wendy — 78, 225 Ham, Lisa — 66, 244 Hamie, Lori — 186 Hamilton, Polly — 225 Hamilton, Scott — 186 Hammond, Leona — 244 Hammonds, Daniel — 244 Hancock, Emily — 79, 164 Hancock, Joseph — 72, 186 Hand, Sheri — 75, 96, 205 Handley, Garry — 186 Hangen, Holly — 244 Hankal, Madison — 65, 67, 68, 244 Hannah, William — 156 Hansberger, Susan — 244 Hanson, Dana — 69, 244 Harden, Lori — 48, 92, 205 Hardin, Cindy — 59, 62, 68, 83, 85, 186 Harding, Beth — 107, 244 Hardwick, Maria — 73, 225 Hardy, Jessica — 205 Hardy, William — 186 Harrelson, Beth — 244 Harrington, Lisa — 65, 73, 205 Harris, Catherine — 244 Harris, James — 132, 140, 205 Harris, John — 74 Harris, Rondi — 186 Harrison, Brian — 225 Harrison, Patti — 70 Harrison, Shelly — 61,62,78, 187 Harrison, Sherri — 225 Hart, Lawrence — 205 Hart, Patrick — 73, 187 Hart, Sharon — 187 Hartigan, Karen — 205 Hartje, Eric — 140,244 Hartje, Henry — 83, 172 Hartje, Rhonda — 205 Hartle, Benson — 72, 205 Hartman, Allison — 30, 61, 92, 198, 205 Hartsfield, Stephen — 67, 70, 225 Hartt, Gregg — 72, 187 Haslage, Eliza — 127, 205 Haubry, Rebekah — 68 Hawley, Laura — 225 Hawthorne, Stanton — 72, 187 Hayes, Charlotte — 187 Hayes, Christia — 244 Hayes, Michael — 132, 140 Hayes, Richard — 225 Hayes, Serena — 225 Hayes, William — 225 Hayman, Heather — 244 Hayworth, Leslie — 63, 77, 205 Heardy, Sherry — 225 Hearn, Jeffrey — 187 Heath, Thomas — 205 Hecker, Edward — 225 Hedges, Rebecca — 92, 225 Hegert, Patrick — 124, 244 Heineken, Tammy — 187 Heitzenrater, Nancy — 66, 67, 205 Helseth, Craig — 72, 102, 187 Hemingway, Cheryl — 244 Henderlight, Michele — 244 Henderson, April — 225 Henderson, Jeff — 244 Hendren, Harold — 244 Henry, Jean — 59, 92, 205 Hensley, Suzanne — 98, 225 Herbert, Laura — 244 Herdman, Sue — 72, 162 Index 261 Hermany, Jennifer — 225 Hernandez, Teresita — 244 Hernquist, Dori — 244 Herron, Martha — 245 Hershey, Michelle — 206 Heuser, Amy — 127,187 Hickman, David — 108, 187 Hicks, Sarette — 187 Hierholzer, Stephen — 245 Highnam, Gregory — 245 Hight, Holly — 92 Hildebrand, Trudy — 94, 206 Hill, James — 225 Hill,Jeffrey — 136, 206 Hill, Philip — 225 Hilton, Donna — 187 Hiob, Susan — 187 Hobart, Kent — 77, 187 Hobart, Kirk — 245 Hobbs, Keith — 206 Hockgraver, Cynthia — 71, 245 Hodge, Amy — 245 Hodges, Dana — 245 Hodges, Frank — 170 Hodson, Kirk — 66, 225 Hogge, Susan — 225 Hogue, Janis — 206 Holaday, Kevin — 245 Holland, Davis — 165 HoUey, Jayce — 165 HoUingsworth, Vernon — 72, 187 HoUon, Randall — 206 Holm, Nancy — 61, 73, 78, 96, 206 Holmes, Kathryn — 71, 245 Holmes, Stephen — 102, 206 Holmes, Richard — 71, 77, 206 Holmstrom, Dori — 206 Holton, Rhonda — 60, 225 Holtsclaw, Keith — 72, 206 Holwell, Kathleen — 94, 187 Hommerson, Cheryl — 245 Honsharuk, Michael — 245 Hoo per, Jody — 67,71,245 Hoover, Barbara — 225 Hopkins, Jennifer — 78, 107, 245 Hopper, Richard — 245 Horsfield, Michael — 64, 206 Hosick, Leslie — 245 Hough, Heather — 206 Howard, Carolyn — 245 Howard, Kimberly — 206 Hoye, Timothy — 78, 225 Hubbard, Anne — 70, 206 Hudson, Lise — 98, 225 Hudson, Sandra — 127, 137, 206 Hughes, Cynthia — 64, 206 Hulbert, Keith — 107,206 Hulcher, Wendell — 83, 161 Humble, Eugene — 106 Humburg, Sharon — 107, 245 Humphries, Jeff — 206 Hungerford, Mark — 59, 206 Hunt, Brunner R — 155 Hunt, Dorothy — 132, 206 Hunt, Robert — 225 Hunter, Allison — 206 Hurley, Darryl — 206 Hurt, Lori — 245 Huseler, Tom — 128 Huston, Lucille — 69, 73, 207 Hutchinson, Blance — 207 Hutchinson, Deborah — 92, 225 Huter, Martha — 207 Hutton, Pamela — 207 I lasitti, John — 207 Her, Phil — 72, 207 Imig, Paul — 207 Ingle, Kip — 187 Ingrahm, Thomas — 75, 128, 187 Ison, Dretha — 70, 225 Ivey, Laurie — 245 Ivey, Sandra — 81. 175 Iwamura, Yufard — 104, 207 Jackson, Lisa — 73, 245 Jackson, Sharon — 245 Jackson, Suzanne — 67, 245 Jadusingh, Robert 225 Jadusingh, Seeta — 245 Jaeger, Rodman — 72, 207 Jagri, Vanda — 245 Jahns, Maureen — 59, 65, 66, 245 James, David — 1065, 207 James, Glenn — 166 James, Elizabeth — 207 James, Eli - 94, 207 Janata, Kenneth — 128, 225 Jeffares, Donna — 207 Jeffares, Lori — 207 Jeffries, Edward — 169 Jeffries, Brian — 207 Jenkins, Marty — 199, 207 Jenkins, Stephen — 67, 68, 207 Jensen, Donna — 207 Jensen, William — 207 Jess, Juanita — 225 Johnson, Archie — 246 Johnson, Christine — 207 Johnson, Frank — 176 Johnson, Jennifer — 25, 92, 225 Johnson, Lori — 187 Johnson, Marjorie — 245 Johnson, Lewis — 207 Johnson, Moses — 207 Johnson, Nancy — 92, 187 Johnson, Teresa — 246 Johnson, Tricia — 246 Johnson, Troy — 187 Johnson, Vickie — 66, 67, 86, 246 Johnston, Jon — 30, 102, 132, 188 Johnston, Thomas — 246 Johnston, Patricia — 207 Jonergan, Mary Ann — 78 Jones, Bill — 88, 136 Jones, Dana — 246 Jones, Griff — 71,206 Jones, Gwendolyns — 225 Jones, Jeffrey — 225 Jones, Rhonda — 246 Jordan, Mark — 63, 74, 225 Jordon, Wendi — 207 Jorgensen, Amy — 65, 86, 225 Joyner,Tillie — 188 Juchau, William — 161 Julian, Donna — 225 K Kabel, Michele — 77, 92, 208 Kaelin, Christian — 102, 225 Kain, Melissa — 188 Kaiser, Randy — 208 Kalchbrenner, Debra — 60, 74, 96, 227 Kanitsch, Katherine — 69, 246 Kappauf, Wayne — 188 Kapraun, Sharon — 48, 246 Karr, James — 208 Karttunen, Tina — 246 Kassien, Terry — 188 Kassman, Andrew — 64, 188 Katros, Lisa — 208 Kay, Jody — 139,227 Kazanecki, James — 74, 208, 272 Kear, Richard — 246 Keating, Hollie — 208 Keenan, Lynn — 227 Keiter, Charlene — 83, 86, 208 Kellermann, Cyndi — 208 Kelly, Donna — 188 Kelly, Mary — 94, 227 Kelly, Sharon — 67, 246 Kelly, Shaun— 188 Kelsey, Keri — 69, 188 Kemp, Ann-Marie — 65, 71, 75, 81, 86, 188 Kern, Greta — 246 Kern, Le Etta — 96, 188 Keys, Linda — 48, 59, 92, 188 Kichler, Michael — 246 Kidwell, Martin — 188 Kiley, Monica — 64, 73, 246 Kilgore, Annette — 246 Kimbrough, Dawn — 227 Kimmer, Amanda — 58, 67, 70, 86, 208 Kimura, Satoshi — 208 Kindrat, Craig — 131, 246 King, David — 68, 208 King, Laurie — 227 King, Linda — 227 King, Mark — 140,208 Kingham, Richard — 246 Kingsbury, Bruce — 208 Kinzer, Linda — 74, 188 Kirkland, Elizabeth — 72, 208 Kirkland, Henry — 208 Kirkpatrick, Tracy — 246 Kistler, Carol — 48, 208 Kline, Susan — 246 Knight, Randy — 188 Knights, Scott — 208 Kniskern, Philip — 61, 62, 81, 188 Knoop, Sharon — 227 Knowles, Carrie — 246 Knowles, David — 208 Knox, Jamie — 61, 62, 108, 198, 208 Knutson, Davie — 208 Koehler, Wayne — 208 Koepsel, Richard — 227 Kolar, Scott — 246 Kolaskey, Kelly — 208 Kopelman, Steven — 246 Kops, Christopher — 246 Kosilla, Steve — 108, 188 Kosten, Pamela — 59, 227 Kosugi, Toyokazu — 246 Kourmpates, Jackie — 68, 70, 82, 227 Kovach, Keith — 208 Kramer, Roy — 70, 246 Kramig, Thomas — 227 Kramig, Robert — 124, 188 Krein, Kyle — 246 Kretchman, Charles — 188 Krimm, Robin — 227 Krosschell, Lisa — 107, 247 Kuestermann, Harald — 247 Kull, Clay — 66, 67, 208 Kumpf, Craig — 208 Kundahl, Gustavus — 247 Kunde, Jennifer — 92, 227 Kunsman, Sharon — 139, 228 Kurpiers, Richard — 188 Kynion, D. Peter — 157 L LaCagnin, Julie — 208 Lagoni, Lissa — 73, 208 Lake, Amy — 247 Lambros, George — 228 Lamothe, John — 64, 75, 81, 86, 102, 188 Lancaster, Scott — 247 Land, Sally - 247 Landis, June — 67, 68, 83, 208 l ndry, Carolyn — 94, 188 Landry, Virginia — 94, 228 Lane, Diedre — 139, 247 Langbein, MaryAnn — 189 Lange, David — 247 Langendorff, Peter — 81, 83, 86, 208 Langford, Janet — 209 Langley, Scott — 228 Larkin, Susan — 94, 228 Laur, Curtis — 199,209 Laur, Morgan — 9, 30, 32, 34, 36, 37, 58, 85, 209 Law, David — 189 Lawrence, Doreen — 67, 74, 82, 83, 86, 209 Lawson, Hugh — 228 Lawson, Jeff — 71 Layne, Jamie — 189 Leber, Ronald — 247 Leber, Richard — 189 Lebowitz, Randi — 189 Lechner, Sanford — 60, 61, 63, 64, Leddy, Michael — 64, 209 Lee, Missy — 31, 32, 36, 219, 228 LeFeber, John — 129,228 Lehman, Robert — 189 Lennon, Linda — 228 Lennon, John — 247 Lenz, Theresa — 247 Leon, Donald — 228 Leonard, Jeffrey — 189 Leslie, Jeanne — 228 Lett, Rebecca — 247 Letts, Deborah — 59, 228 Levett, Leanne — 189 Lewis, Lavin — 209 Lewis, Mike — 66, 67, 189 Lietzan, Gregg — 109 Lightle, Brian — 209 Limirele, Tim — 209 Lincoln, Traci — 247 Lind, David — 189 Lindgren, Dianne — 48, 209 Linker, David — 228 Linley, Lisa — 67, 247 Lins, Jody — 72 Lins, Joseph — 209 Lissner, Suzanne — 64, 228 Little, Jo Ann — 165 Lloyd, Carla — 209 Loadholtes, Alicia — 107, 228 Locke, Tom — 189 Locken, Roxana — 209 Loesche, Marilyn — 64, 189 Loesche, Pamela — 85, 189 Logan, Barry — 228 Logan, Evanne — 23, 48, 92, 228, 280 Lohne, Linda — 78, 247 Louiselle, David — 228 Lonergan, Mary Ann — 247 Long, Bryan — 189 Long, Darryl — 124, 228 Long, Susan — 209 Long, Tammy — 209 Longstreth, Wes — 228 Lowe, Brent — 228 Lott, Raymond — 166 Lowell, David — 228 Loyer, Karen — 78, 209 Lucas, Deborah — 247 Luce, Francis — 63, 157 Luce, Lee — 27, 37, 209 Luce, Melinda — 63, 157 Luce, Samuel — 157 Lunn, Karen — 92, 189 Lussier, Elaine — 58, 59, 96, 209 Lykes, Tyson — 72 Lynn, Daniel — 247 Lyons, Kip — 247 M MacEwen, Robert — 189 Mack, Tomas — 160 Mackay, John — 228 Mackenzie, Richard — 72, 247 Maddox, Melissa — 228 Mahallow, Joe — 209 Maiese, Mararet — 72, 189 Makris, Barbara — 228 Malecky, Todd — 247 Manca, Janice — 228 Mandish, Bruce — 247 Manger, Lexanne — 209 Mangum, Mark — 66, 67, 69, 86, 247 Manly, Kay — 48, 228 Mann, Joanne — 135, 247 Mann, Linda — 247 Manners, Malcolm — 72, 162 Manney, Julie — 59, 67, 209 Manning, David — 66 Manry, John — 71 Mantle, Debbie — 209 Mantle, Charles — 209 Manz, Katrina — 228 MapeLJohn — 72, 189 Mapou, Sue — 64, 228 Marino, Joseph — 247 Marlowe, Richard — 74, 209 Marlowe, Russell — 247 Marmol, David — 9, 73, 228 Marsh, Elizabeth — 229 Marshall, Carolyn — 78, 219 Martin, Daniel — 102, 189 Martin, Thomas — 160 Martinez, Jose — 78, 85, 171 Martinez, Rebeca — 60, 78, 190 Marvel, Lorri — 94, 139, 229 Marvin, Dee — 247 Masie, Philip — 229 Mason, Jeanne — 247 Mason, Lisa — 127, 139, 209 Massimilla, Laura — 64, 96, 190 Mathis, Angela — 58, 96, 190 Matlock, Chariey — 83, 131, 169 Matthews, Charles — 128, 209 Matthewson, Jeffrey — 248 Matz, John — 209 Maurno, James — 229 Maver, Melissa — 229 May, Leslie — 94, 229 May, Melanie — 248 Mayes, Tami — 209 Maynard, Christine — 248 Maynard, Lisa — 75, 81, 86, 190 Mazzamaro, Jeffrey — 209 Mazzanti, Mary Ellen — 48, 64, 78, 190 McAulay, Cynthia — 190 McCabe,Jill-36, 190 McCallum, Jean — 210 McCann, Paul — 229 McCariey, Kelly — 74, 248 McCarter, Barbara — 94, 128, 210 McCarter, Bonnie — 94, 128, 210 McClain, Brian — 210 McCollough, Suzanne — 58, 92, 190 McCorkle, Barbara — 210 McCorkle, David — 248 McCoy, Jamie — 190 McCoy, Michael — 248 McCredie, Sharon — 229 McCrudden, Sharon — 78, 229 McDaniel, Benjamin — 248 McDonald, Kim — 210 McDonald, Robert — 83, 173 McDorman, Jane — 190 McEvilly, Daniel — 210 McGann, Gregory — 248 262 Index McGann, Mauclin — 26, 48, 76, 210 McGehee, Colleen — 229 McGraw, Daniel — 71, 124 190 McGuire, James — 248 McKinnon, Kirk — 248 McManamon, Michael — 190 McManus, Paul — 190 McMillan, Matthew — 210 McMullen, Melanie — 248 McMullen, Edwin — 210 McVey, Jeffery — 70, 248 Mead, Annette — 190 Meade, Suzanne — 5, 58, 209 Meakin, William — 248 Meek, Karen — 190 Meeker, Scott — 248 Meenan, Linda — 190 Meherg, Mary Jane — 58, 74, 96, 190 Meindl, Christopher — 210 Melson, Susan — 210 Melton, Laura — 76, 229 Menendez, Nelson — 248 Merrigan, Maureen — 210 Merritt, Austin — 72 Metz, Leslie — 210 Mewman, Samuel — 161 Meyer, Daryl — 31, 94, 190 Michelson, Mark — 210, 248 Micheisen, Kendra — 248 Mickler, Lynn — 229 Miles, Christina — 58, 92, 210 Miles, Missy — 210 Miles Janet — 67, 69, 74, 81, 83, 86, 210 Milewski, Paul — 102,191 Miley, Christopher — 65,71, 86, 190 Miley, Craig - 72, 229 Miley, Mark — 59, 229 Miller, Beth — 73, 74, 94, 210 Miller, Elizabeth — 210 Miller, Janie — 71,191 Miller, Lori — 248 Miller, Sandra — 248 Miller, Robert — 191 Milligan, Lori — 31, 59, 107, 143, 219, 229 Mims,Shari — 77, 128, 191 Mines, John — 124,248 Minisci, Diane — 210 Minteer, Elizabeth — 9, 210 Mitchell, Michael — 248 Mobberley, David — 155 Mock, Amy — 73, 94, 210 Moenning, David — 248 Mollo, Peter, 229 Montero, Jay — 248 Monies, Ana — 35 Montgomery, Kathleen — 139, 229 Moon, Cynthia — 191 Moore, Beverly — 191 Moore, Bradley — 248 Moore, Debra — 211 Moore, Marly — 191 Moore, Michael — 229 Moore, Randy — 191 Moore, William — 229 Moose, Dana — 191 Moose, Donald — 71, 249 Moran, Hugh — 155 Moran,John — 64,77, 191 Morejon, Carmen — 78, 92, 211 Morgan, Debra — 73, 249 Morgan, Jeffrey — 211 Morgan, Marie Anne — 211 Morgan, Nicole — 249 Moriarty, Thomas — 191 Moritz, Mark — 249 Morrison, Joe — 249 Morton, Daniel — 211 Moss, Ann — 211 Moulton, Susanne — 229 Mowatt, David — 191 Mugg, Gregory — 175 Mulford, Donna — 211 Mulford, Timothy — 66, 249 Mullen, Carol — 211 Mundy, Debra — 70, 211 Munson, Linda — 211 Munson, Mark — 65, 77, 136, 199, 21 1 Munson, Mary — 249 Muraro, James — 72, 211 Murdock, Flo Anne — 58, 96, 229 Murphy, Sean — 124 Murphy, Thomas, 124, 249 Myers, Elizabeth — 21 1 N Nabors, Leigh — 107,249 Lagy, Marion — 211 Napela, Nick — 63, 249 Nash, Rachel — 249 Nason, Sandy — 229 Neff, Cathy — 67, 249 Neiman, Robbie — 249 Nelson, Sharon — 249 Newman, Samuel — 161 Newell, Lori — 229 Newton, Joseph — 229 Newton, William — 31, 191 Newton, Windon — 229 Nichols, Gerald — 191 Nichols, John — 124, 191 Nichols, Mary — 31, 219, 229 Nickelson, Kindra — 71 Nickerson, Kelly — 63, 180, 191 Nieto, Debra Ann — 211 Nishimoto, Hideto — 249 Noah, Douglas — 70, 229 Nobile, Mary Jo — 74, 96, 229 Nocco, Kelly — 211 Nolen, Cheryl — 211 Noone, Leslie — 67, 73, 8 1 , 86, 21 1 Norris, Cathi — 249 Norse, David — 211 Norsworthy, Ann — 70 Northup, Jim — 131 Nosti, Danen — 249 Nostrand, Tracy — 191 Nychyk, Robyn — 211 o Oak, Tim — 211 Obrecht, John — 163 Odon, Heather — 229 O ' Conner, Sharon — 60, 67, 230 O ' Dowd, Karin — 58, 92, 21 1 Oglesby, Peter — 249 Oh, Kwang — 191 Oliver, Maria — 71, 78, 191 Oettle, Kurt- 124,212 Ogburn, Eddie — 212 O ' Leary, Harold — 159 O ' Leary, Jacquie — 249 O ' Leary, Kevin — 191 O ' Leary, Timothy — 230 Olejasz, William — 64, 77, 212 O ' NeiLMike— 191 Orr, Penny — 230 Osborne, Donna Ruth — 58, 191 O ' Shields, Marshel — 212 Owens, Donna — 58, 67, 68, 86, 191 Owen, Greg — 249 Owens, Leo — 249 Padgett, Angie — 230 Padgett, Debora — 249 Pagani, Monica — 250 Page, Lisa — 250 Palmer, Elizabeth — 230 Pannazo, Lisa — 94, 212 Pantauris, Maria — 216 Panzer, Gene — 250 Paracca, Michael — 108, 230 von Paleske, Gerda — 78, 79, 171 Parham, Karen — 69, 80, 192 Parker, Becky — 107, 230 Parker, Chip — 230 Parker, David — 212 Parker, Paige — 79, 124, 170 Parkman, Donna — 60, 61, 62, 92, 192, 277 Parkos, Linda — 230 Parkulo, Dave — 64, 250 Panlus, Laura — 250 Parshe, Paula — 174 Parsons, Weldon — 67, 68, 212 Parzick, Paul — 65, 230 Patsos, Charles — 212 Patricoski, Mark — 64, 230 Patten, Heather — 48, 219, 230 Pattullo, Mark — 212 Peacock, Alex — 212 Peacock, Lori — 48, 59, 230 Peaslee, Mary Virginia — 82, 164 Pearson, Suzanne — 212 Pease, Randy — 104,212 Peaster, Cindy — 192 Peck, Susan — 230 Peet, Mark — 250 Peiffer, Timothy — 64, 132, 230 Peirsol, Steve — 75,212 Pendergrass, Bishop E. J. — 155 Penn, Karen — 79,81, 192 Penney, Howard — 124, 250 Penrod,Jeff — 250 Penty, Sylvia — 192 Penuel, Myra — 73, 230 Perciasepe, John — 192 Perdomo, Debra — 94, 212 Perdue, Michelle — 250 Perez, Felix — 250 Perkins, Chris — 250 Peters, Christopher — 230 Peterson, Craig — 48 Peterson, Karen — 212 Peterson, Mark — 72, 212 Petrie, Jill — 250 Petrie, Lori — 250 Pettry, Joy — 127, 192 Pex, Alan — 63, 68, 104, 230 Pfaff, Richard — 55 Pharo, Chris — 230 Phillips, Bill —69,80,212 Phleg, Chris — 73 Piatnik, Michael — 192 Pickering, Kim — 60, 87, 156 Pickering, Rhonda — 212 Pickett, Jill — 94, 230 Piemonte, Jack — 230 Piesins, Michael — 250 Pierce, Karen — 230 Pinkert, Ansley — 230 Pitt, Louise — 164 Pittard, Carol — 67, 68, 82, 192 Pittard, Linda — 67, 260 Pitts, Myrna — 212 Pitts, Nora — 71,212 Platts, Parker — 72, 102, 192 Plowman, Ed — 132 Podolle, Mark — 22, 61, 62, 64, 65, 192,267 Poffenbarger, Craig — 250 Pontious, Rob — 230 Polk, Diane — 250 Pollard, Susan — 58, 59, 96, 192 Poole, Steve — 75, 108,192 Porter, Karen — 34, 78, 192 Portwood, Reese — 213 Pospichal, Scott — 140, 212 Post, Kurt — 231 Potochney, Diane — 23, 212 Potter, Melanie — 212 Pofforff, Marty — 250 Pounds, John — 212 Powell, Karen — 94, 231 Powell, Maisie — 69, 80, 212 Pou, Ebbie Sue — 23, 192 Pratt, Eric — 231 Prevail, Carol — 92,231 Prevail, Harvey — 192 Prevatt, Rubert W — 72, 1 56, 162 Price, Rick — 231 Priest, Larry — 212 Prindiville, Corrinne — 94, 213 Propst, Vince — 250 Pryor, Scott — 213 Puckett, Pepper — 68, 104, 213 Puffer, Jenny — 30, 48, 213 Puflea, Mark — 132,250 Pults, Susan — 192 Purcell, Ann — 192 Putnam, Ghia — 231 Putney, Sarah — 192 Q Quaritius, Karen — 8, 250 Quill, Dwayne — 213 Quilliam, Crystal — 192 Quinn, Colleen — 250 R Racht, Betsy — 94,213 Radloff, Todd — 144, 250 Radon, Brian — 140, 192 Rainey, Evelyn — 192 Rainey, Lori — 250 Ramsey, Lisa — 231 Ramsey, Lori — 192 Randolph, Michael — 250 Rankin, John — 250 Rankin, Judith — 192 Rassmann, Richard — 102, 199, 213 Rattman, Joy — 96, 193 Rawsthorne, Curtis — 231, 144 Read, Carol — 250 Reader, Larry — 213 Reece,Marjorie — 61,65, 79, 180,193 Reeck, John — 250 Reed, Jelane — 250 Reed, Mary — 250 Reed, Richard — 231 Reese, Jo — 231 Reese, Rex — 193 Reeves, Roland — 71, 213 Reichert, Tammy — 251 Reid, Margaret — 231 Reimer, Walter — 213 Reinmund, Scott — 136, 251 Renninger, Diane — 11 . 213 Reuter, John — 167 Reynolds, Gardner — 231 Reynolds, Janet — 139, 237, 251 Rhea, Diane — 59,231 Riccio, Darlene — 231 Rice, Bradley — 4,72, 193 Rice, Vicki — 58,213 Richards, Matthew — 213 Richardson, Priscilla — 8, 48, 77, 78, 96,213 Richardson, Timothy — 77, 231 Ricketts, Robert — 231 Riddle, Dawn — 64, 78, 213 Rideout, Lorraine — 59, 94, 231 Ridgdill, Tamara — 231 Ridge, Steven — 71,251 Ridings, Elizabeth — 213 Ridley, Thomas — 140, 213 Riler, Loralei — 73, 193 Rinaldi,John — 73, 193 Rinaldi, John — 64,77 Rinard, Garth — 102,213 Rinker, Jeanette — 251 Risch, Thomas — 251 Ritsema, Susan — 71, 78, 196, 213 Rittgers, Leicha — 251 Rivers, Meri — 48, 107, 213 Robert, Elizabeth — 213 Robert,Jane — 219, 231 Roberts, Cindy — 231 Roberts, Lynn — 213 Roberts, Jimmy — 144, 251 Robertson, Ralph — 71, 193 Robertson, Steven — 213 Robinson, Andrew — 32, 251 Robinson, Briggette — 193 Robinson, Carrie — 92, 193 Robinson, Cindy — 58, 60, 61 , 62, 76, 79, 236, 251 Robinson, Dave — 72, 193 Robinson, Diane — 58, 92, 193 Robinson, George — 177 Robinson, Lori — 69, 251 Robinson, Tammy — 96, 193 Roche, Carrie — 48, 231 Rodberg, Lauren — 251 Rodriquez, Edward — 59, 60, 61, 63, 104,198,213 Rodriquez, Randy — 251 Rogers, Christopher — 72, 213 Rogers, David — 61, 62, 193 Rogers, Joseph — 251 Rogers, Julie — 67,251 Rogers, Mead F. — 155 Rogers, Shell — 251 Rogers, Steve — 72 Rogers, Valerie — 92, 193 Rogers, William — 231 Romanik, Paula — 167 Rome, Jodi — 59, 63, 64, 251 Ronketty, Thomas — 251 Rood, Nelson — 148,213 Rooks, Priscilla — 193 Roper, Jennifer — 251 Rosati, Anthony — 231 Rosemeir, Robin — 139, 231 Roskosh, Jodi — 23, 92, 232 Rossi,Joy — 237, 251 Rossing, Jacquelying — 232 Rothwell, Jeffrey — 213 Rou, Jennifer — 27,213 Rovnanif, Karla — 232 Rowand, Lee — 58, 232 Roy, Pamela — 66, 251 Rov, Patricia — 66, 251 Rucks, Nancy — 193 Rucks, Philip — 213 Rude, Sheri— 193 Ruffner, Peter — 69, 193 Ruggiero, Janine — 213 Rupert, Eric— 108, 193 Rushing, Linda — 214 Russell, Janet — 214 Russell, Rich — 102, 214 Ryan, Brent — 232 s Sabean, Jeffrey — 108,214 Sabia, James — 214 Sabie, Kaldoon — 106, 136, 214 Sabie, Sheda— 193 Sadler, Jeffrey — 193 Saemi, Bob — 232 Saffran, Suzanne — 96, 194 Saffron, Debra — 251 Saffron, John — 214 Index — 263 Salchow, Lisa — 67,251 Saliba, David — 194 Samsel, Scott — 251 Sanchez, Karin — 232 Sanders, Daisy — 214 Sanders, Kelly — 214 Sangiovanni, Steve — 232 San Mariano, Marc — 251 Santini, Beverly — 251 Santosuosso, John — 79, 170 Sasek, Dean — 232 Saunders, Bonnie — 232 Saunders, Wayne — 194 Savage, Janet — 58, 194 Sawyer, Tami — 67, 68, 252 Sawyer, Harry — 214 Scarpa, Glenn — 232 Scherer, Barbara — 92, 232 Scherf, Lenore — 232 Scheuer, Chris — 252 Schilling, Lee — 161 Schmidt, Cana — 65, 70, 81, 82, 194 Schmidt, Robert — 194 Schmucker, Jeffrey — 131, 252 Schmucker, Lori — 252 Schott, Craig — 232 Schrader, Jay — 108,232 Schroeder, Kelly — 232 Schuetz, Karen — 58, 17, 214 Schuler, Amy — 124 Schultz, Darrell — 194 Schultz, Elizabeth — 232 Scofield, Joanna — 71, 252 Scott, Shawna — 232 Seavey, Donald — 136. 252 Seelback, Marga — IT, 214 Seiford, Tracy — 67, 83, 86, 214 Seipp, Steven — 232 Seitz, David — 232 Seligman, Bret — 63, 252 Sellers, Elizabeth — 252 Senzamici, Anthony — 232 Seoane, Carlos — 194 Service, Susan — 214 Sessions, Linda — 232 Settle, Robert — 194 Seymour, Patricia — 214 Shackelford, Karen — 92, 194 Shaefer, Richard — 252 Shahrabani, Estel — 252 Shanteau, Douglas — 252 Shappee, Sean — 252 Shearer, Tami — 60, 252 Sheel, Kelly — 94, 232 Sheffler, Valerie — 214 Shelter, Amy — 71,214 Shellabarger, Scott — 252 Sheppard, Pamela — 194 Sherman, Penny — 252 Shipley, Melinda — 64, 214 Shroyer, Tina — 214 Simmons, Elizabeth — 232 Simmons, Marva — 232 Simms, James — 214 Simms, Lynne — 232 Simpson, Holly — 78 Simpson, Janice — 67, 68, 214 Sims, Tracy — 214 Sipe, Christopher — 214 Sippel, Donna — 252 Sisson, Holly — 252 Skinner, Linda — 76, 214 Slade, Linda — 194 Slaughter, James — 252 Slaughter, Kate — 194 Slutz,James — 70, 84, 173 Smeltzy, Harold M — 155, 169 Smith, Barbara — 215 Smith, Beverly — 215 Smith, Deborah — 76, 194 Smith, Jama — 48, 219, 232 Smith, Jennifer — 71, 80, 94, 215 Smith, Kim — 194 Smith, Lance — 232 Smith, Oliver— 140,215 Smith, Paige— 194 Smith, Priscilla — 67, 68, 69, 86, 233 Smith, Stephen — 194 Smith, Susan — 215 Smithson, Steven — 233 Snedden, Brenda — 74, 252 Snoles, Susan — 96, 194 Snow, Lea — 135, 194 Snow, Samuel — 124, 168 Snow, Sindee — 127, 215 Sofferin, Mickael — 215 Sole, Theresa — 215 Sorg, Teri — 195, 199 Soukup, Jeffrey — 252 Sousa, Sandra — 143, 252 Soviak, David — 195 Sowers, Jamie — 215 Spagnoletto, Vincent — 215 Spears, Allen — 233 Spears, David — 215 Spencer, Mary Lou — 156 Spivey, Bill — 233 Sreenan, Barbara — 175 Sreenan, Gregory — 64 St. Germain, Donna — 64, 76, 195 St. Louis, Renee — 135, 233 Stafford, Linda — 253 Staggs, Mark — 69, 253 Stallings, Lawrence — 155 Stanley, George — 68, 194 Stanley, Kelly — 253 Stanley, Nancy — 233 Stansbury, Julia — 215 Stapor, Stephen — 215 Stark, Hope — 107,253 Starling, Wendy — 253 Starling, Wesley — 233 Stauffer, Susan — 67, 85, 233 Stebbins, Deedra — 20, 60, 74, 78, 96, 233 Stebbins, Richard — 215 Steele, David — 58, 59, 61, 85, 218, 233 Steele, William — 215 Steffenhagen, Glenn — 233 Stefanos, Linda — 70 Steggles, Shaun — 253 Steiner, Jane — 253 Steinmeyer, Lisa — 253 Stenger, Pamela — 72, 253 Stemholm, Stacy — 20, 233 Stephens, William B — 155 Stephey, George — 253 Sterling, Robert — 156 Stevens, Albert — 195 Stevens, Ward — 73 Stewart, Jack — 69, 84, 195 Stewart, Kipman — 215 Stickler, Charles — 233 Stigleman, Robert — 253 Stokes, Stan — 233 Stone, Alice — 77, 215 Story, Suzanne — 59, 71 . 195 Strada, Joseph — 253 Strand, Brian — 104, 195 Stratos, Pamela — 77, 215 Straw, Katherine — 73, 168 Strickland, Stanley — 233 Stringfellow, Elise — 215 Struck, Laurie — 233 Struck, Steven — 195 Stuart, Susan — 253 Styron, David — 215 Sullivan, David — 233 Sullivan, Judith — 128,253 Sullivan, Shannon — 215 Summers, John — 73 Sumple, Jonathan — 253 Sundseth, Scott — 233 Surber, Valerie — 215 Sutherland, Dr. — 79 Suffer, Robert — 253 Suttlehan, Linda — 77, 215 Sviontek, Steven — 60, 61, 63, 77, 79, 195 Swalley, Dayna — 253 Sweat, Gerald — 66, 67, 195 Sweeney, David — 233 Sweeney, Donna — 96, 215 Sweet, Jeffrey — 60, 61, 63, 104, 233 Syverson, Karen — 253 Szabo, Frank — 157 Szabo,Shari — 78,216 T Talley.Yvette — 253 Tallo, Mark — 253 Talmage, Robert — 216 Tartaglione, Maureen — 233 Tate, Tracy — 104,198,216 Tatum, Lavern — 216 Tavrides, George — 195 Taylor, Alison — 233 Taylor, Beverly — 74, 96, 216 Taylor, Glynn — 216 Taylor, Jayne — 216 Taylor, Julie — 195 Taylor, Mark — 195 Teran, Ana — 4, 94, 195 Teran. Claudia — 253 Teran, Maria — 94, 216 Teran, Mauricio — 253 Tertulien, Felix — 140,195 Tew, James — 216 Tew, James — 216 Tew, Melinda — 70, 233 Thies, Thomas — 160 Thomas, Clayton — 253 Thomas, Diane — 70, 254 Thomas, Lisa — 216 Thomas, Linda — 216 Thomas, Temple — 60, 61, 62, 63, 92 Thomas, Terri — 67, 254 Thomas, Todd — 77, 195 Thomas, Valerie — 48, 254 Thomkins, Dr. — 83 Thompson, Debra — 254 Thompson, Gloria — 96, 233 Thorn, Carson — 77 , 216 Thorn, Edward — 163 Thorn, Mary 63, 233 Thornton, Katherine — 195 Thorson, Cord — 254 Thrift, Charles — 79 Thrower, Pam — 195 Thurn, Lisa — 254 Thwartes, Robert — 216 Tibeho, Joyce — 94, 233 Tingley, Deanna — 254 Titus, Jeff — 233 Todd,Joyce — 67,86, 216 Tomkow, Michelle — 254 Tonn, Susan — 92,233 Topping, Pamela — 254 Towne, Christine — 78, 254 Tremain, Theresa — 254 Trickel, Cynthia — 254 Triffon, Krys — 24, 58, 107, 195 Troiano, Mary Ann — 234 Trombley, Deborah — 74, 216 Trongone, Lisa — 107, 254 Trudeau, Douglas — 68, 69, 234 True, Laurie — 234 Truitt, James — 216 Truitt, Judith — 254 Tucker, Gloria — 254 Tucker, John — 216 Turk, Joseph — 64, 195 Turner, Clifford — 234 Turner, Richard — 72, 216 Turney, Barbara — 234 Tutan, Jeffrey — 195 Tutan,Jill — 77, 216 Twible, Barbara — 77, 216 Twigg, James — 67, 216 Tyler, Susan — 216 Tylke, John — 195 Tylke, Roberta — 234 U Uhrmann, Bradley — 195 Urbowicz, Walter — 254 Urquhart, Karen — 92, 234 Usher, Thomas — 195 Vallejo, Mirtha — 78, 234 Vanderstyne, Gerald — 196 Vangello, Timothy — 254 VanNus, Denise — 254 Vigil, Rafael — 67, 69, 234 Vignola, Lawrence — 37, 62, 108, 196 Villanueva, Hector — 254 Vogel, Irene — 72, 254 Vonweyhe, Todd — 254 w Waddell, Thomas— 216 Wagner, Cythia — 75, 196 Wagner, Norma — 234 Wakely, Jane — 254 Waldo, Deborah — 48, 63, 96, 218, 234 Waldron, Robert — 75, 196 Walker, Andrea — 63, 69, 86, 216 Wall, Elizabeth — 48, 216 Wall, Lee — 196 Wallace, Jeff — 254 Wallis, Thomas — 196 Walsh, Nancy — 254 Walters, Victoria — 254 Wander, Ronald — 108, 217 Warfield, Linn — 217 Warren, Jeffrey — 196 Warren, Wade — 234 Washuta, Carole — 67, 71, 254 Wasson, Luke — 102, 196 Waterbury, Debra — 78, 196 Waters, Harold — 59, 156, 163 Waters, Kelly — 26, 34, 37, 58, 196 Watkins, Nancy — 92, 234 Watson, Laura — 254 Watt,John — 27, 217 Wayne, Andrea — 254 Weaver, Walter — 86, 176 Webb, Darrell — 157 Webb, Gregory — 254 Webb, Kelly — 217 Webb, Lois — 127, 139, 168 Webber, Grace — 217 Webster, Melinda — 196 Weekley, George — 197 Weeks, Tad — 196 Wegeref, Diane — 72, 234 Welch, William — 254 Wells, Brett — 172, 196 Wells, Nancy — 196 Wells, Preston — 72, 296 Wensel, Duane — 104, 217 Wentworth, Pamela — 255 Wertz, Karen — 60, 234 Wesche, Suzanne — 196 Wesley, Karen — 67 West, Leigh — 73, 196 Westberg, Christina — 255 WestcotI, Paul — 61, 63, 67, 132, 236, 255 Westerman, Gary — 255 Westlake, Jsfmie — 66, 67, 217 Weston, Lance — 217 Wheatly,John — 71 Wheeler, Janice — 72, 217 Whitcomb, Robert — 196 White, Barney — 234 White, Catherine — 64, 74, 96, 217 White, Kenneth — 255 White, Richard — 71, 177 Whitehead, John — 69, 217 Whitten, James — 73, 217 Wilber, Rick — 163 Wigley, Beaugwynn — 134, 234 Wiley, Jeffrey — 161 Wiley, Karen — 197 Wilkinson, Myles — 234 Wilkinson, Robin — 94, 197 Wilks,Gregg — 70, 255 Will, Patricia — 255 Willard, Thomas — 71, 84, 177 Willard, William — 69, 70, 84, 234 Willcox, Patricia — 234 Williams, David — 66, 86, 255 Williams, Jack — 197 Williams, Jay — 11,102,197 Williams, Latricia — 127, 139, 217 Williams, Marc — 255 Williams, Scott — 234 264 Index Williams, Susan — 65, 67, 255 Willie, Paul — 157 Willis, Julia — 76, 217 Willis, Waite —83,86, 176 Wilson, Gary — 197 Wilson, Jessica — 78, 96, 197 Wilson, Linda — 74, 78, 234 Winkler, William — 65, 67, 217 Winslow, Janet — 255 Winter, Teresa — 234 Winters, Donald — 197 Wirick, Kimberly — 78, 94, 234 Wise, Clara — 157 Wiser, Daniel — 78, 136 Wissel, Hal — 140, 168 Witt, Melody — 255 Woerner, Beth — 234 Woerner, Cathy — 197 Wold, Laura — 48, 94, 234 Wolf, Beverly — 82, 173 Wolfe, Denise — 96, 234 Wolfe, Tad — 217 Wood, Amy —79,234 Wood, Donna — 10, 58, 92, 217 Wood, Kathleen — 234 Woodruff, William — 174 Wooten, Mel — 69, 80, 174 Wreede, Jonathan — 128 Wright, Dana — 255 Wuertz,Allen — 83, 172 Wyatt, Vincent — 234 Wyllie, Mary — 255 Wynn, Scott — 255 Wynne, Matthew — 72, 255 Y Yancy, Carl — 255 Yarger, Janice — 217 Young, Lisa — 48, 199, 217 Young, Lisa — 58, 72, 197 Young, Nancy — 31, 217 Young, Susan — 127, 255 z Zamrin, Joseph — 235 Zamni, Nicholas — 235 Zapata, Juan Carlos — 64, 78, 255 Zesiger, Lisa — 235 Ziebarth, Mark — 235 Ziel, Elizabeth — 217 Zieman, Gwendolyn — 167 Zill, Deborah — 70, 255 Zimmer, Kathleen — 255 Zimmerman, Robert — 166 Zimmerman Jr., Robert — 255 Zipko, Robert — 140, 217 Zirbas, Linda — 69, 70, 235 Zizzo, Michael — 235 Zombek, Sandee — 255 Zuroski, Kristeen — 197 Zwemer, Eva — 135, 235 Index 265 CONGRATULATIONS to the Class of 1982 Nunez Collins touchton JOYNER LUMBER INC. 301 S. 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POOpIO More than 3,000 IMC employees contribute to mid- Florida ' s economy Their talents and innovative efforts signal IMC ' s environmental operational progress. They care about mid- Florida, just as you do. Not just how it lives, but how well it lives, too. INnRNATIONAL ffUNERAIS CHEMICAL CORPORATION MORE INFORMATION Courtesy copies of " Phosphate Florida ' s Environment, " and IMC ' s annual report available from: IMC Florida Operations PO. Box 3807 Lakeland, Fl. 33802 268 Best of Luck! Mark M. Doreen L. Priscilla S. Thanks for a Great Year! Donna O. • Hardcovers • lOOO ' s of Titles • Gift Certificates Paperback Booksmith • Special Ordering " Dedicated to the Fine An of Browsing " Lakeland Mall 688-9444 I I i:the place Phi Mu Jennifer pleated pant and shirt Lake Miriam Square 4770 South Florida " Lakeland. FL 33803 Telephone (813) 644 1446 " S xdeoeA 7 iU reat ' ott T u At ' Congratulations to the Class of ' 82 from HOME FURNISHING CENTERS FURNITURE • APPLIANCES • FLOOR COVERING • HOME ENTERTAINMENT OVER 175 STORES SERVING THE SOUTHEAST 269 " Behold, the fear of the Lord, that is wisdom; and to depart from evil is understanding. " (Job: 28:28) : JIMIIM I I II Itl i |.llll!(JMaiM|| l ft.» - i imniwi ' II m mammm m.iuiimim SCHWEIZER ASSOCIATES. INC. architecture ■ engineering - planning - construction services THE ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN GROUP 55 EAST JACKSON STREET PO, BOX 1471 ORLANDO, FLORIDA 32802 TELEPHONE (305) 425-0922 270 Best Wishes from a newspaper with close ties and genuine affection for Florida Southern College: Printers of The Southern Three FSC alumni on the staff Advisors to the FSC Communications Dept. Employer of FSC Journalism Students We ' re practically one of you. The Polk County Democrat Bartow ' s NEWSpaper Southern ' s FRIEND Good Luck Graduates the tJ ay C m For All Your Travel Needs 2015 S. Fla. Ave. Lakeland, Fla. 33803 (813) 682-2172 t Compliments of Piper Aircraft Corporation Lakeland Division 271 WILLIAMS COLLEGE SERVICE Williams Williams 801 E. Palmetto St. Campus Facilities FRATERNITY AND SORORITY SUPPLIES, CHECK CASHING, LINEN SUPPLIES, LAUNDRY DRY CLEANING, SHOE REPAIR ■wi VRICK ' S Jim Kazaheki prefers the casual sweater look from Myrick ' s wide selection of men ' s clothing. 119-123 S. Kentucky Ave. Downtown Lakeland tJut nJJ: a tmA 272 WHEREVERYOUARE WEiSNOTiiftRyaMnc All Bunii ' tl Banks arc iiwiiibcn iifFDlC. SALON FOR BRIDES. INC 111 South Kentucky Avenue Lakeland, Florida Phone (813) 688-1026 Cocktail and Party Dresses Join the 1982-83 INTERLACHEN STAFF For Further Information Call Ext. 238 Tyler FLORALSHOPPE ' Flowers Fashioned With Love " 682-4754 207 E. Main St. VOA H 402 S. Kentucky Ave. Lakeland, Florida 688-8404 273 vwftMil ,rtvS ' ' j »U,4i " I have come to the end of my 1981- 82 school year at Florida Southern Col- lege. It seems like yesterday 1 was standing in line at registration. Now, in CLOSING I am faced with that tearful challenge of wishing everyone a great summer, some of whom 1 will see again and others of whom I may not. All the friends, the housemothers, the rooms and the room- mates, the laundry, the food, the mailboxes, the scoobin-in — they ' ve all been so good to me. When I look back on this year, 1 will think of all of you. When I look back, maybe I ' ll laugh, maybe I ' ll cry, maybe I ' ll smile, maybe I ' ll get angry. But one thing is for sure: I will look back. " 274 WW r rif f uM hrr- We Will Remember . . . . . . Friends and Fun, Love and Laughter. As another year at Southern ends, there were many happy times to remember. There were times of joy and sadness. There were problems and pressures, but with knowledge and understanding we found solutions and success. We will remember our years at Florida Southern College. 276 Seniors . . . . . . will walk away from Florida Southern and begin new careers and jobs. They will move to different towns and make new friends. Their lives will be full of wonder- ful experiences and many new adventures. The things they ' ve done here at Southern have helped shape who they are. 277 278 Our College Years . . . are made of many memories — moving in as a Freshman, nervous and excited — being a Sophomore, studying hard — becoming a Junior, keeping busy. Spending a great Senior year learning and growing. We will remember late night study sessions, talks with special friends, playing sports to challenge our bodies, and growing from all our col- lege experiences. 279 Keep a song of joy Inside your heart. Even though the time Has come for us to part. We ' ll be together soon And time will fly. Cause we never really Say goodbye. Don ' t forget the love we Shared today. Sweet memories to keep Us warm along the way. I ' ll hold you in my heart So don ' t you cry. Cause we never really Say goodbye. D. Dragon T. Tennille 280 I I t i ”
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