Florida Southern College - Interlachen Yearbook (Lakeland, FL)

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m f i-i iP Fit 11 VI rf ' i 1 - - i 1 ■ ■■« . ' ? FLORIDA SOUTHERN COIvIvKGK ■aMMHMMMiM INTERLACHEN • 1986 •■ FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE LAKELAND • FLORIDA VOLUME • 54 T Is l ' •-■ i • a , Photo by C. Scott ■a • : - " ... Out of the ground and into the light, a child of the sun . . . the college of tomorrow. " Frank Lloyd Wright spoke these words about the campus we have come to know so well — Florida South- ern College. Although it is famous for its outstanding and imaginative ar- chitecture, the campus is more than a collection of buildings. Within the walls of those build- ings tomorrow ' s doctors, teach- ers, journalists — the minds of tomorrow ' s leaders — are con- tinuing that " tradition of excel- lence " that is associated with F.S.C. Photo by L. Tanner Photo by L. Eddy Branscomb Auditorium is not just that place we spend one Wednesday every month for Convocation. It is the home of one of the most outstanding Fine Arts series to be found anywhere. It is also the testing ground for talented young stu- dents in the theatre and music departments. The Roux Library, which some students are still desper- ately seeking, provides us with the materials and opportuni- ties to expand on the things we have learned from our profes- sors in our various classes; or it offers the chance to relax and read a favorite magazine or hometown newspaper. BL " Bl -■ jr ■ Pass by the halls of Polk Science almost any hour of the day and you ' ll find students contemplating any number of biology or physics problems; An- nie Pfeiffer is the place where students of all faiths gather for fellow- ship. Its distinctive sil- houette is easily recog- nized from anywhere on campus; the George Jenkins Fieldhouse is the place to find fans and athletes alike. In- tercollegiate and intra- mural sports provide the chance for healthy competition and re- creational exercise. 10 11 Photos by S. Tho 13 Photo by C. Mangum Just as it took many years of dedication and talent to build a college like Florida Southern, so it takes perseverance and a strong spirit to con- struct the education that is our ultimate goal while we are here. 15 16 , .8:Student Life Student Life:19 20: Student Life Student Life:21 22: Student Life Student Life:23 + mm ' - ' — » . ■ " « V- . ' ■ ' — . ' — r ' ■: .» ' . - -■A Jn £ r- -. XT ' j »T Student Life:25 Mommerson 26: Student Life Student Life:27 28: Student Life Student Life:29 30: Student Life vT ms?-. • - Biagiotti Student Life:31 32: Student Life Student Life:33 mmmm rrrr 36: Student Life Student Life:37 The May Option program offers students the chance to enrich their educational experience by combining study and travel. The May Option to England has been enjoyed by students since 1979. Clockwise: Marlaxton, home-base for students; The Tower Bridge in London; the Burghley House; Students on a river excursion in Paris; Motre Dame Cathedral in Paris; Mocs and windmills near Antwerp, Holland; Famous prehistoric sight, Stonehenge. Photos by R.H. Tate 38: Student Life I - B |S!i! £ r ffi L a,,!i ■ Student Life:39 The coral reefs and crystal blue water provide the set- ting for the May Option pro- gram to Jamaica. Students study the marine and tropi- cal life. There is also plenty of time for scuba-diving and long mountain hikes. Photos by Ian McConkey r- V 40: Student Life 42: notables riotables:43 Dedication Dick Coding A friend and a gentleman. That is how he will be remembered. As a coach, he was always there for his players with kind, sympathetic and understanding words. As a former Moccasin basketball player, he gave 110% on the court, striving to carry on the Florida Southern tradition of excellence. Away from the arena of athletic competition, he typefied the idea of the southern gentleman. He touched many lives during his 38 years. Through his playing and coaching days, he always had time to listen to a friend ' s problems and offer advice. As an art teacher, he always took the time to share the beauty of art with his students. As head coach of the Lady Moccasin basketball team, he coached his team to a combined 47-19 re- cord with both Sunshine State Conference regular sea- son and post-season championships. He was twice honored as conference Coach of the Year. The 1986 Interlachen is respectfully dedicated to Dick Qoding and the many memories he leaves with us. Reprinted from the 1985-86 Basketball Yearbook 44: notables 1986 Honor Walk Student Each year a student who has achieved excellence in academics, campus leadership, and campus commu- nity service is chosen to receive the highest award gi ven by Florida Southern College. This award, The Honor Walk, is given to Terry Derr. Terry has been a part of nearly every available area in her productive years at Florida Southern. In the academic field, she is a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma, and has been elected into Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities for two years. She is also the recipient of the Thomas B. Martin Junior Business Award. She is a member of Alpha Delta Pi sorority, Delta Omicron and she has served as a junior adviser. Her religious activities include FCA, ACF, missionary work in Ecuador, and camp-counseling for Young Life. Terry is also a member of the Vagabonds, having performed in many plays and musicals on campus. Congratulations to Terry on her recognition as an outstanding student and young lady in every way. Notables:45 Miss Southern 1986 Kathy Fishbaugh Alpha Chi Omega 46:Notables n Miss Southern Candidates Pam Campo Vickie Carver Terry Derr Representing Omicron Delta Kappa Representing Joseph Reynolds Representing Alpha Delta Pi Jannie Hunt Representing 115 Lk. Hollingsworth Susan Howard Representing Zeta Tau Alpha Cyndy Newell Representing A.W.S. Donna Hill Representing Kappa Delta Cheryl Hommerson Representing Phi Mu B ' ' ' Kim B » » i % ' v9 l wWi Hi 1 Beth Lewis Representing Harvard Hall Elise MacLennan Representing Alpha Omicron Pi Janet Whaley Representing S.G.A. Notables:47 uames C. Rogers, Jr. Award, 1986 Robert Bailey Sigma Alpha Epsilon 48: Notables n James C. Rogers Candidates William Ball Representing Kappa Alpha Jeffrey Grove Representing S.Q.A. John Korbel Representing Sigma Chi Patrick McCarley Jeffrey Moore Brian Roskamp Representing Phi Sigma Kappa Representing Wesley Dormitory Representing Lambda Chi Alpha Craig Scates Munro Sefcik Representing Sigma Phi Epsilon Representing Omicron Delta Kappa Stephen Smith Representing A.M.S. Motables:49 Miss Interlachen 1986 Pamela Whitford 50: notables n Second Runner-Up Kim Miller First Runner-Up Lauren Schild notables:51 Miss Interlachen Finalists Donna Beede Karina Holt Donna Laing Jackie Umstadter 52 -.notables n Miss Interlachen Judge Our thanks to Florida State Senator Bob Crawford for se- lecting the 1986 Miss Interlachen and runners-up. Senator Bob Crawford Notables: 53 Honorary Chancellor Tom Monaghan, a man with many ties to the Lakeland area, has been named as the 1986 Honorary Chancellor for Florida Southern College. Monaghan is the owner of the 1984 World Champion Detroit Tigers, whose spring training headquarters have been in Lakeland since 1936. He purchased the Tigers in 1984 and took the club to its first World Championship since 1968. Monaghan is also the founder, chairman and president of Domino ' s Pizza, Inc. Domino ' s is the second largest pizza company and largest delivery chain in America. Like Florida Southern College, Monaghan also has an interest in the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright. He is currently involved in constructing a 56-story skyscraper based on a set of unfinished drawings by Wright. President Robert A. Davis said of the selection of Monaghan, " We feel a definite kinship with Mr. Monaghan. Championship baseball, creative architecture and com- mitment to American free enterprise all symbolize a common interest that Florida Southern College shares with our 52nd Honorary Chancellor. " Monaghan will be- come a part of a tradition which began in 1934. 54:Notables Tom Monaghan Greek Mall of Fame Rob Bailey Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pam Campo Alpha Delta Pi Glen Jaffee Pi Kappa Alpha Bill Ball Kappa Alpha Todd Denson Pi Kappa Alpha Jane Knickerbocker Alpha Omicron Pi Donna Beede Kappa Delta Terry Derr Alpha Delta Pi Pat McCarley Phi Sigma Kappa Jane Brandfass Kappa Delta nancy Doane Kappa Delta Sal Maniscalco Phi Sigma Kappa Rob Micholson Pi Kappa Phi John Santiago Theta Chi Craig Scates Sigma Phi Epsilon Paul Walker Sigma Chi Notables:55 Who ' s Who Among American Universities and Colleges Each year students are nominated for membership in " Who ' s Who Among Stu- dents in American Universities and Colleges. ' ' Those students who qualify are cho- sen on the basis of academic excellence, campus involvement, and leadership quali- ties. Their names and achievements are published in a book with students of similar accomplishments. Congratulations to these F.S.C. students who have been so hon- ored. , ' V 1 - ' J. J l N C ' L. Keith Dyer Robert Bailey Randi Burnette Pamela Campo Kenneth Cheshire Michelle Crenshaw Terry Den- Douglas Dodd Deborah Driskell V J— L. — I Jeffrey Grove Katherine Hester Thomas Hicks Susan Howard Lisa A. Jackson 56:Notables IP Ann Jago Rosemarie Johnson David Kalchbrenner John Korbel in » ' Munro Sefcik -=t ! Carolyn Pasos Brian Roskamp Craig Scates ■ 1 x 1 Wade Luke Kathleen McBurney Patrick McCarley Cynthia Newell Amy Schneider Pamela Sheffer Kathleen Tourville Victoria Villalba Janet Whaley Beth White Lois Wittenberg Notables:57 58: Involvement Involvement:59 2 to E H D O CO U Q The Southern is a college newspaper published eight times a semester by students in media writing and media editing classes. The executive staff is composed of Tom Adair, editor-in-chief; Darla Molb, business manager; Dan White, feature editor; Eric J. Lyman, sports editor, and Pat McCarley, photo editor. The publication serves as a labo- ratory for students under the direction of the faculty of the department, new IBM PC jr computers were purchased this year and aided in the reporting and editing of the stores. The Advertising Club is a division of the American Advertising Federation. The club encourages students to enter the field of advertising and to enhance the quality of education. To be eligible for membership a student must be inter- ested in the fields of advertising and public relations and maintain a high de- gree of excellence in academic studies. 60: Involvement IF Vf The Student Government Associ- ation represents the student body in matters involving the college admin- istration, faculty, and student body. The subsidiaries of the Association are the Student Senate, the Supreme Court, AWS, AMS, and each aca- demic class. This year the SQA pro- vided a student telephone directory for all students and conducted Miss Southern and James C. Rogers elec- tions. It also sponsored the Welcome Back dance in the fall. C The newly re-organized Student Union Board provided students with many extracurricular activities. The Board, under the direction of Janet Reynolds, elected new representa- tives. Activities offered by the SUB in- cluded pool parties, dances, con- certs, movies and canoe trips. c 03 lnvolvement:61 g s E Dm Omicron Delta Kappa is the nation ' s top collegiate honor society whose pur- pose is to recognize junior and senior students who have met requirements in the areas of exemplary character, re- sponsible leadership in campus life, su- perior scholarship, genuine fellowship, and consecration to democratic ideals. ODK is the only organization on cam- pus where students, faculty, and admin- istrators may meet on the same level. Each fall, ODK sponsors " Who ' s Who- What ' s What " for the freshmen, and continues teacher evaluation and the selection of Teacher of the Year. Phi Eta Sigma is a national college scholastic honor society. Its purpose is to encourage and reward high scholas- tic attainment among freshmen in insti- tutions of higher learning. To be eligible for membership, a 3.5 QPA must be ac- cumulated by the end of the freshman year. This year Phi Eta Sigma assisted ODK with ' Who ' s Who-What ' s What, " and supplied " Hints on How to Study " pamphlets for freshmen. 62: Involvement n V I • Juniors Advisers were first chosen in 1962. A junior adviser has the responsi- bility of introducing freshmen and transfer students to the college commu- nity of Florida Southern. To be selected as a J. A., a student must maintain at least a 2.6 QPA and exemplify charac- teristics of understanding, compassion, leadership, stability, dependability, and patience. c 5 The Resident Adviser program was be- gun in 1963. R.A. ' s must possess quali- ties of leadership, responsibility, au- thority, and understanding. R.A. ' s serve as a link between the students and the administration and help to keep the male student body informed of all school events and important informa- tion. 50 c 5 Involvement:63 u c -J UJ r z: £ The Panhellenic Council is an organiza- tion consisting of two representatives from each sorority on campus. The council works to improve relations be- tween sororities and the Greek system as a whole. Each year the Council spon- sors a display and dessert and an ice- cream social for freshmen and transfers to become acquainted with the sorori- ties. The also provide a scholarship each year to a worthy fall or spring pledge. 1st row — Pam Campo, Donna Beede, Kerri Kerber, Kathy Stammberger, Irene Jenkins, Raegen Jones, Katie Ward; 2nd row — Adair Valdespino, Joanne Kindred, Nancy Fisher, Karen McCurdy, Karen Hanlon, Holly Wil- liams. U The Intrafraternity Council consists of two representatives from each fraternity on campus. The Council conducts a fall and spring walk-through for all interest- ed men and promotes good scholar- ship, friendship and cooperation. 1st row — Jim Murphy, Rich Rasmussen, Clark nippier, Roger Ward, Alex Prieto, Dale Tedder, Rob Dynarski; 2nd row — Sam Scott, Pat McCarley, Jeff Julich, Will Murphy, Chris Keefer. 64: Involvement The Association of Women Students was organized in 1969 and has con- tinued to be an active group since that time. Participation includes boarding as well as day students. A.W.S. helps to involve women stu- dents in campus and community ac- tivities. The Association sponsors a variety of events including fashion shows, educational speakers, the Housemothers ' Tea, and the Miss Molly program. The Association of Men Students is a new name for the former Men ' s Stu- dent Government Association. A. M.S. is made up of a four man ex- ecutive team and is backed by a five member judicial board. The board ' s main duty is to hear cases concern- ing fellow students who have been charged with misconduct by the col- lege. This year, one of A.M.S ' s main goals was researching the possibili- ties of visitation on campus. Involvement:65 Women ' s and Men ' s Intramurals have been an important part of campus life since 1936. The intramural program ex- ists to provide non-varsity athletes with the opportunity to compete with stu- dents of various organizations. Each group elects a representative who at- tends meetings and keeps his or her group informed of upcoming sports matches. Some of the more popular sports include: volleyball, Softball, bas- ketball, flag-football, soccer, cross country, tennis, and golf. Trophies are awarded for the winner of each sport and an all-sports award is given to the male and female team who has accu- mulated the most points by the end of the year. 66: Involvement !— ■ 1st row — Tracy Torrance, Trudy White, Mickey Crowe, sweetheart Ian McConkey, Cathy Sheridan, Bunny Sutton, Barbie Crone; 2nd row — Shelly Crenshaw, Deborah Driskell, Kathleen McBurney, Marie Bridges, Lisa A. Jack- son, Rebecca Mash, Ann Jago, Rita Fandrich, faculty adviser, Elaina Blevins. Delta Omicron is an international mu- sic fraternity for women founded in 1909 at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. The Alpha Phi chapter at FSC was started in 1971. This year marks its fifteenth anniversary. One must be a music major or minor with a 3.0 music average and a 2.0 QPA to become a sis- ter. Their open motto is Continually striving, we attain. ' O m 5 O n 8 2 Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is a professional fraternity in music founded at Boston ' s New England Conservatory of Music on Oct. 6, 1898. FSC ' s Theta Sigma chap- ter carries on the traditions and ideals and is one of the most active chapters in the state. The purpose of the Fraternity is to encourage and actively promote the highest standards of creativity, per- formance, education, and research in music. Phi Mu Alpha is open to all men regardless of their major. The only re- quirement is an active involvement in a school ensemble. 3 3 2 c r 1st row — Ian McConkey, David Tisdale, sweetheart Lisa White, Vonnie Dow- ney, Byron Pempeck, Mr. James Slutz; 2nd row — Richard Shepard, Don Brittenham, Bob Madden, David Zack, Jeff Hill, James King; 3rd row — Ryan Lane, Eddie Carrato, Chuck Kaelin, Bob Madden, Andy Cleaver, Keith Clan- ton, Claude Burnett, Ken Cheshire, Pete Qrigsby. Involvement:67 O E U Q C Concert Chorale is a harmonious col- lection of many talented voices. It is the largest singing group on campus. Each year the Chorale performs many con- certs and tours the state. Two of the Schedule highlights include the Christ- mas Gala and the Spring Concert. The Handbell Choir has been perform- ing since 1969. The group tours Meth- odist churches in the state and is a pop- ular part of the annual Christmas Gala. The Handbell Choir is not for music ma- jors only and welcomes students of all majors. 68: Involvement The Florida Southern College Concert Band is a unique organization of young men and women from all walks of life with one common interest: music. Each year the Concert Band presents three full concerts on campus. The season opens in late October with the tradition- al " Music Under the Stars " concert in the Pipkin Bandshell. In early March, the band presents its annual Spring For- mal Concert and in April, a Pops Con- cert usually featuring a nationally known guest artist. The band also takes an annual tour in February and partici- pates with the entire music department in the presentation of the Christmas Gala in Branscomb Auditorium. The concert jazz band, Southern Sounds, of Florida Southern College is a group of energetic and dedicated col- lege students. The ensemble was orga- nized in the fall of 1982. Southern Sounds is a versatile band, just as com- fortable with the sounds of Glen Miller and Count Basie as it is with the latest of the intricate " big-band " arrangements. n o o H SB H o N N 03 o Involvement:69 Q C CO Q 3 g 5 s EC H 0. The Florida Southern College Dixie- land Band is a satellite group of the larger Concert band. Both bands are under the direction of Mr. James F. Slutz. The Dixieland Band has proven to be one of the most popular perform- ing groups within the college music de- partment. The band performs at schools, churches, and other philan- thropic organizations around the state during the school year, as well as in con- junction with the Concert Band on their annual tour. They were also featured this year in the Spring Pops Concert. The purpose of the Pre-Ministerial Fel- lowship is two-fold: to develop career decisions and to support one another in making those decisions. The group sponsors Vesper services and meets to hear speakers and discuss topics of in- terest. 70: Involvement The Fellowship of Christian Athletes has completed its fifth year on campus. The primary purposes of the group lie in the challenge and adventure of living the Christian life. Although the organi- zation is intended for athletes, all are invited to join if they have an interest in sports and Christian fellowship. o 1st row — Jim Pehrson, Maritza Carrion, Rob Bailey, Doug Dodd, Laurie Cox; 2nd row — John Rorbel, Caroline Dean, Wes Hamil, Lisa Rodriquez, Kris Engelsen, Sherri Riccio, Elba Pasos, Darcy MacKinnonn, Ralph Spencer, Jill Pettegrew; 3rd row — Steve Smedley, Beth Swartzmiller, Scott Wilbanks, Wade Luke, frank Good, John Hand, Amy Schneider, Pam Sheffer, Julie Mulford, John Legg, Christine Currier, Gary James; not pictured — Dawn DeVoss, Carol Pasos All Campus Fellowship is an interde- nominational student-lead, Christ-cen- tered affiliation of Campus Crusade for Christ. Its goal is to direct and reach students with the lifesaving knowledge that leads to the abundant Christian life. The group meets regularly and of- fers small-group bible studies in the dorms and also sponsors fellowship ac- tivities. Involvement: 71 u c D O u E H H C z: O 55 Cl. O 55 The Interfaith Council was established to encourage cooperation among the various religious groups on campus. The Council studies the special prob- lems of religion on the campus and de- signs ways to meet them. It serves as a correlating agency to promote projects within the sphere of Florida Southern College. Interfaith Council strongly en- courages and fosters Christian princi- ples and ideals among the various as- pects of campus life. Sigma Rho Epsilon began as a fraterni- ty for students with a genuine interest in religious education. In the beginning, the group was composed of women only. When men were admitted with positive results, the group was no long- er considered an honorary fraternity. Its doors are open to all who are interested in Christian service on campus and in the community. 72:Involvement Baptist Campus Ministry is an organiza- tion that offers fellowship and a place to personally develop a relationship with Jesus Christ. B.C.M. hopes to accom- plish this through small group Bible study, large group entertainment, moti- vational challenge and recreation. B.C.M. is a place to belong, a place to commit oneself for service while pre- paring for the future. 03 n Karen Dunstan, Wes Hamil, Lizbeth Kreider, Lisa Mathley, Scott Worth, Lesjie Rothman, Laura Heintz, Brainard Harris, Laurie Cox, Doug Dodd, president 1st row — Matt Morrow, Lenny Moore, Rev. Peter Mongeon, Doug Curry, Greg Cook, Gerald Ramos, Paul Rybinski; 2nd row — Jeannette Carrigo, Susan Clark, Tina Lenihan, Maria Valdez, Steve Dollemayer, Tammy Smith, Ray Zebrowski; 3rd row — Neal Bretz, Jon Strathmeyer, Paul Luby, Maritza Carri- on, Kim Powell, Maura Tysver, Dr. Ben McConnell, Kelson Lineberry, Kimber- ley Krasinski; not pictured — Stephanie Connors, Jennifer Hansen, Eric Ly- man, Karen McCurdy The Newman Club is the national orga- nization for Catholic students on col- lege campuses. The Newman Club, which began in 1883 at the University of Wisconsin at Madison, is a branch of the ecumenical campus ministry, it is a multi-purpose, Catholic organization in which its members experience educa- tional, religious, social and service ori- ented activites. These include a weekly spaghetti dinner which is held at the Newman House on McDonald Street. 2 E 03 Involvement: 73 o Oh Dm Alpha Psi Omega is the dramatic hon- orary whose members have displayed theatrical ability and dedication. Mem- bers must have performed in various roles, worked in several backstage posi- tions, and taken a certain number of theater courses. 1st row — Dr. Bill Grange, Paul Luby, Wendy Lamoreaux, Bobby Ann Loper, Thomas Shafer; 2nd row — Amy Schneider, Katherine Hester, Chris Gannon Q c o $ The Vagabonds are the oldest organiza- tion on campus. The group was named in 1924 in Leesburg. The Vagabonds perform four shows a year as part of the Fine Arts Series. Production includes set and costume construction, light and sound execution, and at times, direct- ing. 1st row — Thomas Shafer, Kathleen McBurney, Dr. Bill Grange, Wendy La- moreaux, Bobby Ann Loper, Paul Luby; 2nd row — Jana Huling, Amy Schneider, Terry Derr, Katherine Hester, Chris Gannon, Kristin Engelsen, Stephen Dowdie; 3rd row — Ken Cheshire, Lisa Pinder, Joe Costello, Deb- orah Geller, Paul Trembly, Deonne Barger 74: Involvement The French Club was organized in 1973. It was established for those interested in a better understanding of the French language, culture, and history. Stu- dents studying the language are active members of the club. The Spanish Club was established to promote the study of the language and culture of the Spanish-speaking world and to foster an understanding of its peoples. Its membership is made up of students with a special interest in these areas. Bennett Cole, adviser, Sagine Thebaud, Douglas Mawer, Lusby Burrus, Larry Figueiredo, Polly Watson, Tracey Hacking, Cheryl Ladzinski, Susan Clark, Wendy Lamoreaux CO 3 (75 3 O r c D3 Involvement: 75 GO E U CO Dm The international Student ' s Associ- ation is an association of all students of foreign origin attending Florida South- ern College. I.S.A. ' s main purposes are to represent the interests of foreign stu- dents, to help improve international awareness and goodwill among stu- dents and faculty, and to provide a fo- rum for international exchange and fel- lowship among foreign students on this campus and at other colleges and uni- versities in Florida. Activities held this year by the Association included a dis- cussion of world peace and the nuclear threat and a visit to Disney World. Psi Chi is a national psychology frater- nity, established as a group on this cam- pus in 1962. Its purposes are to encour- age, stimulate, and maintain scholar- ship of its members. Psi Chi achieves these goals by offering a wide range of programs at the local, regional and na- tional levels. 76: Involvement Sigma Delta Chi The Society of Profes- sional Journalists, is the largest, oldest and most represented organization serving the field of journalism. It is de- signed to instill professionalism in its members and the field as a whole. S.D.X. hosts guest speakers, sponsors service projects, and sends delegates to national and regional conventions each year. It is open to all students with an interest in a career in journalism. Contacts is new on campus this year. They are chartered by the Florida Pub- lic Relations Association. The Lake- land area chapter is their sponsoring or- ganization. The purpose of Contacts is to promote understanding and an ex- change of ideas among students inter- ested in the field of communications, and to encourage the professional de- velopment of members. It provides monthly speakers on various topics in the professions of communications. ( X Involvement: 77 o 55 I Q S E H E U E a. Delta Sigma Pi is a professional busi- ness fraternity organized to foster the study of business in colleges and uni- versities. Through a program consist- ing of guest speakers, field trips, plant tours, and social activities, Delta Sigma Pi provides an educational experience and practical instruction for application in the working world. Membership in the group requires a cumulative CPA of 2.5 and a 2.75 in business courses. The professional business and eco- nomics fraternity, Phi Chi Theta, was re- activated at Florida Southern in 1981. Since then, its membership has tripled. Phi Chi Theta is an academically orient- ed fraternity which promotes higher business education, training for all women, and fosters the high ideals for women in business. 78: Involvement Beta Beta Beta is a biology honorary dedicated to the promotion of interest in biological sciences. It came to Flor- ida Southern in 1955. Requirements for Tri-Beta fall into three categories. Active members must be biology majors with a 3.0 GPA in biology and an overall 12 hours in biology. Associate members include any student of any major with a sincere interest in the sciences. Kappa Mu Epsilon, the mathematics honor society, was founded in 1931, the Florida Beta chapter being chartered in 1976, for the purpose of furthering the interests and appreciation of math- ematics. The emblems of the society are the five-pointed star and the penta- gon, with the motto being " Develop an appreciation for the beauty of math- ematics. " To be eligible for member- ship, students must be in the upper 35% of their class and have completed 3 semesters at Florida Southern. They must also have completed 3 college courses in mathematics including one semester of calculus and attained an average of at least 3.0 in all mathemat- ics courses. D3 ss c m r O 2 Involvement: 79 I The Florida Southern College chapter of the American Chemical Society was established in 1960. Membership is of- fered to students interested in chemis- try. The chapter adviser is Dr. Thomas Willard, under whose direction and as- sistance activities are planned. These included guest speakers, field trips, and student presentations. The annual Chem-a-thon, sponsored by A.C.S., en- ables students from various high schools to test their knowledge and be- come acquainted with the campus. The Society of Physics Students is an organization whose purpose is to devel- op an interest in physics among stu- dents, promote fellowship among its members, and provide activities to stimulate students ' curiosities. The So- ciety was founded in 1968 and partici- pates in lectures and local seminars. 1st row — Jeanette Owen, James futch, James Andrews, Mark Buzza; 2nd row — Doug Douglas, Laura Brower, Bill Jenks, George Demmy; 3rd row — Ellen Demmy, Daniel Robertson, Tom Hicks 80: Involvement m The purpose of the Florida Nurserymen and Growers Association Club is to pro- vide an organization for students inter- ested in the area of ornamental horti- culture to meet and work with other stu- dents sharing these interests. The club is affiliated with the state nurserymen and Qrowers Association. Members are welcome to attend local and state F.N.G.A. meetings and tour their respec- tive nursery operations. The purpose of the Citrus Club is to pro- vide students with a mutually cooperat- ive medium for contributing to the Cit- rus Institute and the college community as a whole. The Citrus Club also serves as a means to introduce students to their contemporaries who share similar career goals and aspirations. The club also functions to maintain a good rap- port with alumni of the Citrus Depart- ment and with persons within Florida ' s citrus industry, commercial nurseries, and other agricultural and horticultural enterprises in the state. b n H C n r c 03 Involvement:81 Oh ' CO CO O E ss C£ H C cu s o -J -J o u The American Society for Personnel Administration is an organization that helps to provide practical experience for its members through guest speak- ers, field trips, and active, lively discus- sions. The Collegiate Financial Entrepanuers is a group designed to promote entre- paneurial activities and to provide hands-on experience for its members in various business activities. Its goals are to start a non-profit business venture and to become active in the stock mar- ket. They hope to provide knowledge that cannot be obtained in the class- room alone. 82:Involvement The Data Processing Management As- sociation is a student chapter of the professional D.P.M.A. organization. The goal of D.P.M.A. is to give the students a better understanding of the vital busi- ness role of data processing, its rela- tionship to management, and to instill a professional attitude among data pro- cessors in the application of data pro- cessing skills. Collegiate Toastmasters is a member of Toastmasters International, a profes- sional speaking organization. The con- cept behind Toastmasters is that effec- tive communication is the key to suc- cess. It believes that people learn to communicate best by practicing. Colle- giate Toastmasters was founded in 1983 and since then has helped people overcome their fear of public speaking and to learn to communicate effectively. Members of the club give formal speeches as well as impromptu " table topics. " They not only learn communi- cation, but are able to practice leader- ship skills. The club goal, as its motto states, is to help people to " Reach for Success. " D ra « o CO H H Involvement:83 o The Methodists on Campus are a group of students whose purpose is to " support one another in Chris- tian love. ' ' Each year the group sponsors retreats, projects to fight world hunger, guest speakers, and informative programs. Through these and other activities each member grows, both inwardly and outwardly. The Florida Southern Plate- Mates are a group of young ladies who assist the Moc baseball team, on and off the field. Some of the ways in which they help to promote the team include selling advertise- ments for the baseball program, at- tending fund-raising breakfasts to sell season tickets, and other com- munity service. They also accompa- nied the team to the World Series this past season. 84: Involvement m The Interlachen yearbook staff was led by faculty adviser Professor Hal Waters and edi- tor-in-chief Susan Howard. The addition of four student pho- tographers increased student participation in its production. Many long hours and much creative effort went into the making of the 1986 edition of The Interlachen. 2 H r 3 2 Involvement:85 86: Sports Sports:87 ■ I ■. ■ : ' i 4 The Mocs set their sights on winning their second straight and seventh NCAA national champi- onship this season, traveling south to face the University of Mi- ami in a contest matching last year ' s Division I and II national champs. The Mocs also faced such powers as Eastern and Western Michigan, as well as Ohio State University and Ithaca College. Once again, the Mocs staged many successful promotional events for the fans including the annual clash with the Detroit Ti- gers and a special appearance by the Phillie Phanatic. Copy by Wayne Koehler Row 1 — Stu Setcavage, Ken Henry, John Hand, frank Good, Scott Wilbanks, Brandon Romine, James Qelb, Todd Strickland; Row 2 — Christopher Allen, Terry Qilmore, Todd Auckland, Raul Bedoya, Stephen Martino, Don Burke, Rod Lung, Lewis Marotti, Glen femandez, Richard Sloan, Philip Dillmore; Row 3 — Chris Roy, Tracy Toy, Drew Miller, Fernando Arguelles, Robert Cuff, James Hitt, Tom Temrowski, Mark Chasey, Frank Taylor, Sal Maniscalco, Dave Parkulo, John Carpenter, Dave Rustay, Mark dayman, Edward Leonardi 88: Sports w s s m Photos by Brad Beck SportS:89 90:SportS Sports: 91 fe g? The Mocs again proved themselves a force to be reckoned with in the Sunshine State Conference and the south region. The Mocs traveled to Ann Arbor, Michigan to tangle with the second ranked Wolverines and ai ' so did battle with Big-8 powerhouse Uni- versity of Missouri. During the season the Mocs cap- tured the Ledger Classic, which fea- tured four top-ranked Division teams, and also laid claim to the championship of the Division I WLKF Classic. Copy by Wayne Koehler Seated — Jerry Johnson, John Buckley, Bob Qyori, Bill Connors, William Wilcox, Bill Buckley, Wade Luke; Row 2 — Assistant coach Kirk Speraw, Coach George Scholz, Eric Hartje, John McMulty, Phil Holder, Kris Kearney, Ted Kennedy, Glenn Hanson, Sam Miller, Dennis McGinley. Photos by Brad Beck 92:Sports SportS:93 c ■■: . -[ ' " y i SportS:95 To ' . ' ,:. •■ ' :- Head coach norm Benn took over for the late Dick Qoding and continued the tradition of winning that was estab- lished by the former Lady Moc head coach. The Lady Mocs staged a Christmas tournament featuring two Division 1 teams and took home the champion- ship trophy. Senior team captain Kelly Carson joined Deidre Lane as only the second Lady Moc to score 1,000 ca- reer points while junior Kim Disbro adanced her career totals, leading the team in scoring. Copy by Wayne Koehler Seated — Team manager Kelly Sullivan, Manci Parks, Peggy Dyas, Kelly Carson, Carla Brown, Ten Komer, Kim Disbro; Row 2 — Assistant coach Janet Reynolds, Coach riorm Benn, Dana DeLoach, Kim Danielwicz, Shannon Woods, Sam Miller, Sally Hicks Photos by Brad Beck 96: Sports . !.! Sports:97 V « Head Coach Lois Webb notched a milestone 300th ca- reer victory during the Lady Mocs highly successful sea- son. Consistently ranked in the NCAA weekly polls, the Lady Moc volleyball team won the Sunshine State Confer- ence title for the fourth time in four years. Seniors Louise McAlpin and Jeanette Rutland supplied the leadership and joined juniors Michelle Odermatt and Michelle Kurtgis to give the Lady Mocs a potent offensive attack. The squad traveled across the country, competing in tournaments in West Point, new York; Dayton, Ohio,- Troy, Alabama, and in Miami. The Lady Mocs also welcomed Laura Smith to the team as assistant coach. Copy by Wayne Koehler Row 1 — Christy Scott. Michelle Boculac, Sally Nowak, Shelley Coghill. Debbie Goodwin, Michelle Odermatt, Jeanette Rutland, Louise McAl- pin, Marlene Ansotegui, Lisa Frisbie; Row 2 — Coach Lois Webb, Laura Smith, Debbie Hughes, Michelle Kurtgis, Dana DeLoach, Maili Wurtz, Laura Soule, Sam Miller, Sally Hicks. 98: Sports £ -;■ - A Vd SportS:99 H BH B HM Moccassin linksters put forth their best effort to work toward capturing a second consecutive NCAA national championship and their fourth overall. Finishing second to capture Division 11 honors in the Americana Invitational in Wis- consin, the Mocs also won the Division II championship of the Florida Intercollegiate behind a second-place finish by Lee Jan- zen. Coach Charley Matlock ' s Mocs also com- peted in tournaments in Louisiana and Georgia. Copy by Wayne Koehler Seated — Pat Chisholm, Scott Hawkins, Lee Janzen, Don Fardon, Darren Stanek; Row 2 — Ralph Howe, Kevin Hester, Rick Manning, Al Kuhn, Freddie Jenkins; Row 3 — Walt Moffitt, Curtis Donovan, John Se- cunda, Wally Les, Coach Charley Matlock, Mike Mattucci. 100:Sports Coach Matlock and team members Don Fardon, Gregg Game- ster, Lee Janzen, Scott Hawkins, and Marco Dawson display their Division II champion- ship trophy at Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. Sports :101 o The Strikin ' Mocs took the field this season with almost an entire new team as head coach Sam Snow fielded numerous freshmen during this rebuilding year. Sophomore Jim Allegro supplied the offensive punch for the Mocs this season while team captain se- nior Kris Pahl minded the nets, new- comers Keith Spresser, Matt lozzi, John Bowman and Pat Hannigan worked hard during the year and should supply needed experience in the fall season. Competing in one of the toughest Division II conferences in the na- tion, the Mocs started the season strong with a 9-1 blowout of Warner Southern. Copy by Wayne Koehler Photos by Brad Beck 102:Sports Below, Row 1 — Mike Vail. Fred Hammond. Frank Stork, Kris Pahl, Tim Moore, Heal Mazzei, Matt lozzi; Row 2 — Keit h Spresser, Jim Allegro, Paul Findling, Ross Baumes. Mike Moran, Robert Fursell, Steve Layton, Pat Hannigan; Row 3 — John Bowman, Joe Lucas, Terry Rine- hart. Coach Sam Snow, Sally Micks, Sam Miller, Gary Barnett, Tony Schriffert. — — — — — ft r VS -V 20 - Sports: 103 Hosting some of the top wom- en ' s teams in Florida, the Lady Moc tennis team again made its bid to capture the Sunshine State Conference team championship for the fourth consecutive year. Coach Ed Jeffries led a team that had lost two All-American players and coached the team to another successful season be- hind the efforts of 1985 all-SCC players Mary Lloyd, Kim Rogers, Kim Smith and Kathy Lloyd. Copy by Wayne Koehler Kelly Plumlee, Stephanie Ball, Mary Lloyd, Coach Ed Jeffries, Kim Smith, Isabel Lorenzo, Kim Rogers, Monique Russel, Karen McCurdy 104: Sports Following a successful first year on the fast-pitch level, the Lady Moc softball team set out on a more am- bitious schedule with over 50 games scheduled, including match- ups with Division I powers Universi- ty of South Florida and Florida State as well as perennial Division II force Stephen F. Austin. The Lady Mocs were led by 1985 all-South performers Teri Komer and Lori Baker while pitching sen- sation Dori Stankewitz again turned in an outstanding season on the mound. Copy by Wayne Koehler Right — Coach Chris Bellotto, Debbie Goodwin, Dori Stankewitz, Ka- trina McCormick, Donna Patterson, Sonia Villetti, Beth Qreig, Colleen Degroot, Chris Palmer, Jackie Folmar, Heather Walls, Kathy flsh- baugh, Teri Komer, Mindi fitch, Pam Sheffer, Tracy Ringstaff, Teresa Taylor, Rhonda Kaiser, Sally Hicks, assistant coach Laura Smith. 106: Sports Sports: 107 Photos by Brad Beck 108:Sports Led by seniors Rob Bailey and Har- old Hendren, the Runnin ' Mocs en- joyed a renewed success in men ' s cross country. Bailey and Hendren consistently placed among the lead- ers in the various meets during the season. Coach Ed Plowman ' s Mocs enjoyed their greatest success in the Sunshine State Conference meet, fin- ishing fourth. The women runners were led by newcomers Molijane Wahl and veter- an Amy Porter. Like their male coun- terparts, the women ' s team enjoyed a competitive season and finished fifth in the SSC cross country meet. The team also ran in various mara- thons during the year, including one in Washington, D.C. Copy by Wayne Koehler Row 1 — Rob Bailey, Debbie Hale, Amy Porter, Angie Qriffeth, Molijane Wahl, Mike Mar- couiller; Row 2 — JoeTiseo, Harold Hendren, Rich Knowles, Roy Simmen, DonQillich, Calvin Johnson, Coach Ed Plowman. SportS:109 Florida Southern ' s ski team was most fortunate to gain a world champion and world record holder this year. Cory Pickos joined the team and assisted members in the area of trick skiing. Each team member shares the job of helping to coach fellow members. Tournaments this season included competition against the University of Florida, the University of Central Florida, the University of South Florida, Rollins, the University of Miami, and Eckerd Col- lege. Team practice is made easy for the team by the closeness of Lake Hollings- worth, which is complete with a ramp for jumps and a well-kept slalom course. Correct Craft provides the team with a new Ski Mautique craft each year. Rowl — Bill Cordez, Jonathan Brown, Franklin McKinney. Brian Quyer, Bill Morris; Row 2 — Mike Broderick, Pat Clawson, Danny Zeisler, Sandy Roeder, Mike Mills, Meridy Werder, Glen Spivey, Bill Larson, Doug Freebern; Mot pictured — Casey Carlson, Cathy Matthews, Patty Meister, Cory Pickos, Paige Smith, Ester Tomcykoski 110: Sports 5ports:lll Seated — Kevin Leander, Mary Lemasters, Don Molloy; 1st row — Alyson Pyle, Peggy Hollis, Kathy Kasch; 2nd row — Beth Swartzmiller, Bob Wright, Kelleigh Withers Sports:112 . f Jr § a m n n a Action photos by Ruth Spencer 5ports:113 The United States Government maintains a Se- nior Division of the Army Reserve Officer ' s Training Corps at Florida Southern College. The general ob- jective of the Army ROTC curriculum is to produce junior officers for the U.S. Army with the qualities and attributes essential to their progressive and continued development in the Regular Army and the Army Reserve and national Guard. The student is provided with an appreciation of the responsibli- ties of each American to contribute time, talent, and energy to the protection of liberty. While in ROTC, students receive training in the areas of leadership management, decision-making, and confidence-building. These are personal traits and skills which are essential in the daily operation of our country both in the military and civilian indus- tries. ROTC extracurricular activities include the Raid- er Program, Color Guard, and a running team. Ca- dets participate in field training exercises at Camp Blanding, helicopter orientation, rappelling, the Lakeland Christmas Parade, and the Gasparilla Classic. This year they sponsored the 2nd annual Florida Southern College Army ROTC Homecom- ing Classic, a 5 km run around Lake Hollingsworth. 114: Sports SportS:115 116: Sports 118: Sports Sports:119 ■ . I ' ■ " ■ 120:Qreeks Qreeks:121 HaHHl ALPHA CHI OMEGA Alpha Chi is . . . love . . . Railsings . . . 100% class . . . Dance-A:Thon . . . Girls Just Wanna Have Fun ... I Delta Pi 1 Eta Pi . . . Golly! . . . Sisterhood . . . Maavalous . . . Care Bears . . . Sigma Chi and Lambda Chi Sweet- hearts . . . Chi Guys . . . Monty Python . . . yougart . . . Alpha Chi Omega began its second century of sister- hood in 1985. The sorority was founded in Greencas- tle, Indiana at DePauw University on October 15, 1885. The Beta Omicron Chapter of Alpha Chi Omega was the first national sorority founded on Southern ' s cam- pus on Movember 13, 1936. Alpha Chi ' s symbol is the lyre, the red carnation is their flower, and their colors are scarlet and olive green. Each year the sisters of Alpha Chi work together with the brothers of Theta Chi to sponsor a 24-hour Dance-A-Thon to raise money for their philanthropies. The Alpha Chi ' s are represented in every major ho norary on campus. They are class officers, Junior Advisors, fraternity little sisters and sweethearts. Alpha Chi Omega is proud to represent the reigning Miss Southern and Miss Interlachen. They strive to do the best and to be their best as their motto is, " Together Let Us Seek The Heights. ' ' A century of traditions proves this group to be a proud crowd. Ann Marie Bucy Kathy rishbaugh Dawn Garner Anne Qeiger Dhays Gruber Penny Langston Mary Lloyd Tawn Prior Mary Jo Sattler Kuth Spencer Caroll Sprauer Lynn Stauffer Sharon Thomas Katie Ward -l.il.ilic Willi. Alejandra Mope Brand Karen Hanl( Jeanne Johr Stephanie Danson Mclinda Kcmpff Donna Laing Karen Langston , Darcy MacKinnon Carolyn McHugh Michelle McMullen Kim Morris Lynn Kogers Beth Swartzmiller Randi Burnette Elizabeth Cooksey Kaj;en Delaney len Dunker Hansen (Johnson (cCurdy Napier Sogers luscious . . . memories . . . 100 years . . . good times ... AX stars . . . Miss Southern and Miss Interlachen . . . Sweetheart Bob . . . funniest girls in America . . . weekends . . . water- fights . . . candlelights . . . carnations . . . Tacky Tourist ... the Best Soror- ity! ■ ■ ■ Sweetheart Bob Bolger Chi Guys ■ ALPHA DELTA PI Alpha Delta Pi is . . . First and Finest ... Pi Love . . . Disney World . . . Eta Beta Xi Mi Mu Phi Le . . . Sweetheart Todd . . . Stooping . . . Sigma Phi Ep- silon . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sweet- hearts . . . Sigma Chi and Theta Chi Pledge Class Sweeth earts . . . Alpha Delta Pi is the oldest secret society for college women and is the mother of the entire fraternity sys- tem. It was founded at Wesleyan Female College on May 15, 1851. The Gamma Gamma chapter was char- tered at Florida Southern on April 27, 1946 as the 64th collegiate chapter of the sorority. Alpha Delta Pi ' s are leaders of many campus organizations and honorar- ies. They are represented as little sisters for every fra- ternity on campus. Many have been chosen as Miss Southern, Miss Interlachen, Miss Greek, fraternity sweethearts, and Honor Walk Student. The colors of Alpha Delta Pi are azure blue and white. The flower is the violet, and the mascot is the lion. " We live for each other " is the open motto. Each year the sisters raise money for their national philanthropy, The Ronald Mc- Donald House. Alex Bailey Maria Hower Trade Bailey Leigh Anne Hurd Kim Bergstrom Ann Jago Jane Bistline Sydney Johnson Lori Boyd Elisa Kennedy Pam Campo Cathy Kirk Lee Cox Kelly Lewlson Terry Derr Jane McLure Kathy Erwin Kim Miller Ann Ferguson Tracy Moore Molly Held Beth McQuire Marcie Qogerty Dee Mewsome Debbie Green Amy Porter Alison Qreer Kim Roberts Tracey Hacking Lee Ann Rymph Kristie Hardbower Pam Sheffer Darla Molb Jenny Stevens Karina Holt Karen Teel Kelly Thompson Adair Valdespino Stefanic Von Paleske Katie Wilson Beth White Kim Workman Mclanie Ward Beth Lewis Caroline Dean Mary Dzubin Cristie Hooks Stephanie Iverson Melissa Keyes Carla Papendick Stacey Silvis Sue Timmins Jackie Umstader . . . PATA . . . Wedding party . . . Caf Rats . . . Fire and Water . . . Pound- caking . . . Blizzard Breaks . . . Porch Monkeys ... Six Club . . . Tear your Playhouse Down . . . Platemates . . . The Lincoln . . . Chilis . . . Lions and Violets ... We Live For Each Other. Alpha Delta Pi Big Brothers. messm , ..., -.JMIMH AOPi is . . . roses . . . pandas . . . C B 22 . . . thank God the other four were finished . . . garden party. . . We love you Mom . . . seniors . . . slammers . . . the chain gang . . . Pee Wee at the drive-in . . . scum on the roof . . . sweethearts one time . . . ALPHA OMICRON PI Alpha Omicron Pi was founded on Jan. 2, 1897 at Barnard College. The Kappa Gamma Chapter of AOPi was installed on Southern ' s campus on May 5, 1946. Kappa Gamma became the 52nd chapter to uphold the high ideals and standards of Alpha Omicron Pi. AOPi ' s color is cardinal red, the flower is the Jacque- minot rose, and the mascot is the panda bear. The sisters of Kappa Gamma are leaders in many campus organizations and honoraries. They are fraternity little sisters and sweethearts. Past members have been chosen as Miss Southern, Miss Greek, and Miss Inter- lachen. Shannon Kaile Teresa Bown Vicki l5owma Lynn liradlc Betsy ShavWi Maryty C S Fulic Kathryn Moulton jahnie riasc er Morris £ liva dgett yen uampanver , (athy doya ' S lacLennan Amy Patty Meister Ana Morejon tayce Kr_ .,, ChCtyl-Ladzir JacRPManij Stacey_£l fck eibert Janinc Sganga Melissa Stoddard Roni Wozniah . . . the fun check . . . odds chart . . . KROP. . . where ' s the D-board might I have another . . . Oh My . . . pledges are awesome . . . F.S. C.C.I. . . . life at the Koner . . . the Key of Fun . . . you know we own it. . . Individuals united under a common bond and loving it!! Won ' j iCT Alpha Omicron Pi sweethearts. 4 «w r F, Kappa Delta is . . . Madam Scholar . . .study buddy. . . suprising candle- lights . . . FuFu sisters . . . Road trips in the jeep . . . AOT . . . Awesome pledges . . . we ' re on fire . . . The best sweethearts . . . Halloweenies . . . Chicken neck . . . It ' s a hard knock life ... Do orphans spin? . . . You ever wonder? ... We love each other ... Get that Spirit . . . KAPPA DELTA Kappa Delta was founded on October 23, 1897 at Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia. The Gamma Epsilon Chapter of Kappa Delta was founded at Flor- ida Southern College on February 5, 1955. The colors of Kappa Delta are olive green and pearl white. Our flower is the white rose, and our mascot is the katydid. Our open motto is " Let us strive for the honorable, the beautiful, and the highest. " The members of Kappa Delta received the Scholarship award on campus and at national covention. Members of Kappa Delta partici- pate in Omicron Delta Kappa, FCA, AWS, SQA, ACF, SUB, Delta Omicron, Delta Sigma Pi, The Interlachen, The Southern, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Phi Chi Theta, Sig- ma Delta Chi, and Toastmasters. They have also been Miss Southern and Miss Interlachen candidates. Last year the Honor Walk Student was a Kappa Delta. They participate as little sisters in Lamda Chi, SAE, Sigma Chi, and Kappa Alpha fraternities. They are also Ju- nior Advisors. Jane Brandfass nancy Doane Donna Hill Jamie Piper Kelly Sullivan nancy Baggett Donna Beed Jill Desplinte Susan Ernst Claire Dukes lizbeth Stidham Lois Dinkins Jannie Hunt Nary McQee Laurie Meyer Bunny Sutton Molly Williams Lois Wittenbtirg- Alicia Stein Beth Allen Donna Lynch Lala Cade Lisa Jackson Amy Lively Qigi Lyons I O ' Brien Parker Shirah n May Carper Ml Custer ' Dunn eryl Kern lonica Matay Christie May Mlddleton Frances Sickler Laure Tanner Ce Yarbrough Leslie Austin DayqvGsllant Leslie fiannon Kerri Kerber KAPPA DEL TaJ, oyeMaier lv " rr " u c L ' ' Maureen Murphy Joni Synatschk . . . Buck Wheat Toys . . . Meet George Jetson . . . Grease . . . Awe- some J As— V.V., M.M.,L.J.,and P.O. . . . He-man, my hero . . . Gumby lives . . . mud wrestling . . . Ethel . . . Walkie Talkies . . . T.V. night . . . hanging spoons in the cafe . . . Zola Budd and Mary Decker . . . Matt the Bat . . . Sammy the slug . . . Mickey . . . Baby we were born to run and V.I.P. ' s. Pledge Class Sweetheart Jim Mitchell. Greeks — . ' ' ' », " ' . " . ' •., ., Phi Mu is . . . friendship . . . lions . . . rose — carnations . . . Tim . . . upside down furniture . . . Q.P. . . . Martha ' s . . . candlelights ... Big Brother ' s . . . sisterhood . . . Fun-n-Sun ... the best of times . . . PHI MU Phi Mu fraternity is the second oldest and fifth larg- est secret organization for women. It was founded at Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia in 1853. The Al- pha Tau Chapter was established on Florida South- ern ' s campus in 1954 and will be celebrating its 31st year. Phi Mu participates in many organizations on campus including members of honorary fraternities, Junior Advisors, fraternity little sisters and sweet- hearts. Many have also been Miss Southern or Miss Interlachen candidates. Phi Mu ' s colors are rose and white. Their jewel is the pearl, their flower is the rose carnation, and their mascot is the lion. Their motto is The faithful sisters, " yet they strive to be faithful to others outside the family as well. Eleanor Be Lori Bennet Debbie Bro Susan Calla Ann Chudick p- Kim Croft Evelyn Duell Nancy fishb- fc _ v V Beth HammctRCT , ' Cheryl Hommerson Leigh Mmnphret Lori lzzcT ' ' C -S Cindy Jefferies 5 OEUP 6 Colleen Jeeves PHI MU Joanne Kindred Tracy Little April Morris Courtenay Rector Val Shipper Pam Sibley Tracy Torratc Chris Towne Tricla Urban Stephantegflfllliamson JtiwMjpr Winters Lisa " white Jane Zevvalk . . . Bldg. 23-Mom House . . . M and Ms . . . Fun Company . . . sisters with a love that ' s true in the bond of Phi Mu . . . great seniors whom we ' ll miss . . . the best of everything. Big Brothers Sweetheart Tim Desmond , " l f mmsm ZETA is . . . within your heart . . . in- tramurals . . . line dances at the Z . . . great J.A. ' s . . . Zeta Tau Awesome . . . K.R.O.P. . . . Zeta Ladies . . . Dime Time . . . Round ,-the world in a day . . . Boston Lips . . . Co-Jo-Em . . . Baronie . . . Z-doggin! . . . Qert . . . ZTA Jocks! . . . awesome pledges . . . Delta Kappa Sigma ' s . . . Sisterhood ZETA TAU ALPHA Zeta Tau Alpha Fraternity was founded on October 15, 1898 at Longwood College in Farmville, Virginia. Their charter remains the only fraternity charter to be granted by a special act of the Virginia State Legisla- ture. Their colors are steel gray and turquoise blue. Their flower is the white violet, and their open motto is " Seek the " Noblest. " Florida Southern ' s Delta Beta Chapter was established in 1957. Zeta is well repre- sented as members of many honoraries, orgnizations and fraternity little sisters. They have won the Intramu- ral All-Sports Award the past two years. This year the sisters sponsored an all — campus Treasure Hunt " to raise money for their philantropy, the Association for Retarded Citizens. s 132:Qree ■ Terrie Almon Layla Alo Diana Bruch Vera Carson Deborah Ch, Sandy Chipley Janet Collitjs Dana DeLoaph Christine Qatiti ' Lynn Girardin Ruth Hardin Katherine ties Misako Hiram; Susan Howan Irene Jenkins Raegen Jones Judy Kil dy Kilfcsm Kim KrasirtsKi Marci natchett atalie McCarthy tthcn McCurdy ron Morwillo Osmer .Ctte Owen ra Price Sandi Rceder Sandra Sessums Jill Shcneman Katfiryn Stanmberger Maura Tysver Sheila Warren Jennifer Wright ZETA TAU ALPHA . . . Friendship . . . mop ' n . . . and we were Swingin . . . taste ' s great — less filling . . . ZTA . . . Love it! ... the choice of another generation . . . Blue and Grey . . . Judy ' s Ted . . . Treasure hunt . . . Believe . . . Friends are friends forever . . . Love . . . ZTA . . . Search for it!! . . . Care . . . E.T. . . . chain of unity . . . Pride of our hearts . . . John . . . 22 . . . What ' s " study? " Sweetheart John ricNulty i .- Greeks: 133 Sweetheart Nik . . . R ock . . . Yance . . Fred . . . Croz . . . Rog . . . Spike . . Wildman . . . Story. . . Pup . . . Mel- vin . . . Sandbar . . . Bud . . . Manute . . J.T. . . . Meat . . . Leroy . . . Corky . . Swing . . . Caf Daddy . . . Doogle 4K . . . Ghia . . . Mini Kegs ... El Greco . Wop ' s sister . . . Urban Party Unit . What Up? . . . Bldg. 8 club . . . Offi- cer 12 . . . Room Party . . . KAPPA ALPHA Kappa Alpha Order was founded at Washington and Lee University in 1865. The Gamma Pi chapter was formed on Florida Southern College in 1958. Earning the Highest and Most Improved QPA Awards, and the Mens Intramural All Sports Award in 1985, KA has kept up the tradition of excellence since its inception. In the last two semesters along they have donated over $2,600 to their national Philanthropy, Muscular Dystrophy Association. KA has not achieved such re- wards through one individual ' s efforts, but through the pride and determination that our brotherhood is based on. Quality never goes out of style, therefore; neither will we. 4:Greeks Pete Aldrich Bill Ball Joe Bivona Jeff Bua Craig Budweiser Scott Crosby Steve Crump Martin DiGregory Doug Fagan Tom Flynn Joe Gong Tom Grant Walter Hill Roger Holler III Yugofo Iwamura Rick Lindau 7 Kelson Lineberry T LES Tim Looney Bob Malan Roy McCrerey Bill Meakin David Mixner John Morgan Mark Myers Alex Frieto Ben Scarborough Alan Snapp Frank Spencer Ralph Spencer Ken Stoff Jim Taggart Mike True Bill Yancy £ Johnny Smith . . . Banana tree? . . . V- Ball . . . The High Hard one ... no Problems . . . What ' s up Bird? . . . Coogle ' s . . . Wrestlemania . . . Hearty Hello . . . The OOOOOLD General . . . Hey Fellas . . . Mice Bench . . . Sorry, or should I Be? . . . Johnny Hero . . . Precious . . . Pivot Head . . . Mookie . . . Good Times!!! KA Little Sisters. Kappa Alpha Rose, Jane Knickerbocker. _— Lambda Chi Alpha is . . . Serious . . . Intense ... I will KILL you . . . AAAAAAMH ... A " Feel Run " ... Yea RIIIGHT . . . Who is Wildman . . . Brother JJ . . . The Pillow Com mittee . . . Sweet Lou — 1 . . . October Option . . . Sweetheart Karen . . . Rosemary . . . Kitchen Steward . . . LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Lambda Chi Alpha prides itself on its strong campus involvement. Its members are involved in many cam- pus organizations, with leaders in groups such as: SGA, Delta Sigma Pi, Tri-Beta, Southern, Circle K, ODK, ROTC, AMS, Phi Mu Alpha, Southern Spotlight, as well as three resident advisors, and sweethearts and big brothers to Alpha Chi Omega, Kappa Delta, and Phi Mu. Each year the Lambda Chi ' s sponsor the Miss Greek Pageant which raises over 1,000 dollars for their philanthropy, the American Cancer Society. Tom Padro Tom Adair Keith Clan Rich Rasm Mike Crawio Brian Taylor Jim Amick Jeff Grove Scott Chapi David Sprin Ragan flarrisorf Munro Sefcik Paul Krist Mark Raiford Steve DeWitt Steve Dollen Rob Batem Eric Lyman Jeff Jakes Ron Elrod Brian Roskam V R Louis Qotsch ilker trauch ennett Ichell rkins mie Dodd dy Dale Dyer rown Walter Cannon : Fox Turner ale Tedder aryl Johnson aryl Jones effield is Davis n Stanek Moranos Zabrowski Jim Kreinbrink . . . Mom Brotherton . . . Trick nor Treat . . . Mayor McCheese . . . The Pit . . . Theta Sig . . . " Scoots " . . . En- glish Rit . . . Couch Potatoes . . . Has Beens . . . The Roofis on Fire . . . The Great Shoe Switch . . . You are the true definition of " fine. " Sweetheart Karen Hanlon. Lambda Chi Little Sisters. ■§■■■■■ hi y t 1 H 1 ? ' ' likJL mm ml -Jot MBU 11 Axi Em 6 t Qreeks:137 ?ra Phi Sigma Kappa is ... an attitude — power incarnate . . . Aaaay Jim . . . little sisters . . . wait till monkey f . . . viking night . . . alumni road trips . . . Sam Loud . . . TDTF . . . 6:30 — as always . . . PHI SIGMA KAPPA Phi Sigma Kappa was founded March 15, 1873 at the Massachusetts Agricutural College, now the University of Massachusetts, by members of the secret society, known only as the " Tumbling T ' s. The six founding fathers based their society on the principles of Brother- hood, Scholarship, and character. Omega Triton chapter was founded April 2, 1950. The chapter sup- ports its principles by maintaining an honest strong brotherhood, by winning national recognition: namely, the Wenderoth Scholarship, ,-and by promoting indi- viduality rather than conformity. Phi Sigs continue to support Special Olympics both bodily, and financially. Members seek ideals, do what others dream about, and never forget their motto: " Phi Sigma Kappa offers you not idle meadows and indolent shores, she offers you hills and a star. " James McQuire Hate freeman Patrick McCarley Sal Maniscalco James Manoll Mike Stevens William Dudml Brian Lasch T x l Scott James Frank Peacock Kick Flores Frank Vitek Steve Weis David Becker John Mitrione Tony Novoth Chaplin and Mrs. Atchley . . . Willie ' s dogs . . . the roof. . . Bunny Party. . . Sweetheart Debbie ... I hate when I do that . . . Chili ' s . . . Seniors! . . . MaQoo . . . Hate ... Irk ... Sal .. . Minnow . . . Brotherhood . . . Schol- arship . . . Character. Little Sisters Sweetheart Debbie Pessini i J ■ j L .? » 7T?! mm — PI KAPPA ALPHA IS: . . . Back ... Phi Phi KA . . . " Let the Good Times Roll " . . . Dreamgirl . . . Glen . . . T.D. . . . T. MAc ... Pi Kappa Alpha Daddy . . . Travis . . . Fire engine . . . PI KAPPA ALPHA The 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 prin- ciples of Robertson Howard, Julias Edward Wood, James Benjamin Sclater, Jr., Frederick South gate Tay- lor, Littleton Waller Tazewell (Bradford) and William Alexander, our founders. Our chapter, Delta — Delta, became the one-hundreth chapter back in 1946 and continued for 37 years maintaining a high quality of leadership, now, under recolonization status, we con- tinue to uphold lasting brotherhood, good times and the great tradition of Pi Kappa Alpha. 140:Greeks Glen Jaffee Todd Denson Tom McDonald Al West Jim Travis Bob Bolger Doug Coffman Chris Stone Steve Smith Tom O ' diorne I.T.A. . . . Smally . . . Cruiser . . . B.B. . . . Lil ' Sisters . . . Garnet and Gold . . . Logan . . . M.C. . . . Yeehaw . . . Alums . . . Lanes . . . Knowing the Meaning of Shield and Dimond. wm Pi Kappa Phi is . . . couch potato . . . lobby rats . . . would you stop . . . V- Ball champs . . . You ' re a ! ? ... who ' s doin ' who? . . . Kermie ' s story time . . . party time . . . dime time . . . how ' s your box? . . . polar region . . . late night scaling. PI KAPPA PHI Pi Kappa Phi was founded on Dec. 10, 1904 at Charleston, S.C. The three founding fathers, Andrew A Kroeg, Jr., Simon Fogarty, Jr. and Laurence H. Mixon, established the traditions of excellence upon which the fraternity is based. For the past eight years, Pi Kappa Phi has been the fastest growing national fraternity. The Beta Beta Chapter was established at Florida Southern on Oct. 16, 1948. Their colors are gold, blue and white. The totem pole in front of their house stands as a representative of the Beta Beta Chapter. Their national philanthropy is Project Push, which provides handicapped children with a stimula- tive learning environment. food runs . . . pizza bones . . . Schlep- per ' s Open . . . 3rd floor lake . . . peo- ple grafitti . . . oldies but goodies . . . dat ain ' t workin . . . artificial strength . . . dat ' s a gut one . . . Project Push . . . brotherhood . . . unity. . . nothin like it anywhere else. . ' J ' w.i.yy SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON S.A.E. is . . . leadership . . . scholar- ship . . . Sweetheart Maria . . . little sisters ... do it to Uncle Henry . . . the Gremlin and his keeper . . . big yellow birds . . . Little Bill studying at Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded May 8, 1856 at the University of Alabama. SAE is currently the largest and wealthiest national fraternity, with 192 chapters in 47 states and over 198,000 initiates. The Florida Gam- ma Chapter of Florida Southern was founded Nov. 12, 1949. Sigma Alpha Epsilon is based on the virtues of the true gentleman, eternal friendship, and vitality which is represented by the lion. Florida Gamma was awarded an honorable mention for chapter efficiency at the 50th Annual Leadership School in Evanston, 111. They were runners-up in the Province Nu-Epsilon soft- ball tournament in Gainesville. They consistently have brothers on the Dean ' s List, showing their high aca- demic dedication and tradition. They also have broth- ers who actively compete on the varsity baseball, cross-country, and soccer teams. the Pub Leo lota Beta Todd Spurlin Ai! Mike Dickman Colin Houk ®iS Dave Beck . . . Williamsburg . . . The Dying Danos . . . Goosey is back . . . S.A.E. Bar and Grill . . . Good times in Tampa . . . FAYSN . . . Penthouse Film Crew . . . you know what to do . . . Demo Experts . . . Remember Delta Upsilon ... Phi Alpha. SIGMA CHI Founded in 1855, the Sigma Chi fraternity is well recognized in the Greek world today. Likewise, the Ep- silon Sigma Chapter, chartered in 1959, maintains a similar stature here at Florida Southern College, fol- lowing the ideas represented in the white cross, a sym- bol 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. Sigma Chi is . . . the white cross . . Casino . . . the Norman shield . . Beaver in the yard . . . true brother hood . . . Qumby . . . little sisters . . Coney drugs . . . spoogemonster . . Mulfordization . . . 146:Qreeks eone David James Jim Carroll Tim Mulford Jeff Moore John Korbel Carter Hopkins Chris Keefer Paul Walker A.J. Alford Vincent Montel Richard Knowles Mark Benson Todd Joiner Tim Carson Steve Barger Clark nippier Qregffciftj tq Briartaj vandowskl ScottTambeth Brandon Romine Joe Qlaser Jim Batory gup Tleet Tilden Rob Rittgers Cliff Schmidt Jeff Jullch Russ Walker Joe Graham ennis Curry ob Yost ary James Coney Burgess Pat Perrotta John Michael Jim LeBeau Dale Cook Dave Bass John Briggs Jim Foran Jeff Qunies Brian Bowman Tom Plaisance Scott Deeds Greg flearn . . . Wally World . . . SLB . . . nuts . . . Worthy. . . " Airborne " . . . Toast ... 3 stooges . . . what ' s the thing? . . . Reddick . . . T.J. . . . midget whop . . . A.J. . . . Homer . . . BMW ' s . . . Tawn . . . INDOCTRINATION WEEK! Sigma Chi little sisters. Greeks — _ Sig Ep is . . . A-Team Raids . . . Sleege Biff Doug . . . Cape Cod Kools . . . Party all the time . . . Tequilla willy . . . Happens . . . Taz . . . WHAAH! . . . Jungle Love . . . Bye Bye Miss Ameri- can Pie . . . Large . . . Best Golden Hearts . . . SIGMA PHI EPSILON Sigma Phi Epsilon was established on Movember 1, 1901 at Richmond College. Our own Florida Delta chapter was chartered at Florida Southern on May 28, 1949. Founded on the principles of virtue, diligence, and brotherly love, Sig Ep has grown from a group of twelve determined young men to the second largest national fraternity. Likewise, the Florida Delta chapter, using these same principles, has doubled in member- ship in the past year. The Sig Ep ' s philoanthropy is the American Heart Association, and they raise money by sponsoring a Swim for Heart. Scott Rein«tirW Craig ScatesVY why Mark Chasey Steve Smedley Rich Campana M Chip Qri ggs Paul Shumway ' S Steve Schofiekl Kris Pahl Steve Mathis l ' !J IV- _ i—M|MV Dave Batman Slechta BH pYa F Rob Dynarski Mike iVague R Alan Van Winkle CiilmoiflKA| Lee Megley Allen M.inmi[H[ Bob Hammond D.J. Thiele 1 ftfl Bob Wyatt Kobert ' - WB Dave Troester Doug IiccIh ' BK Pat Hannigan Daniel Wulf II 1 — Rick Qibbs Toby Therrie B H Craig Schaller Paul Findling M aJH w Doug Brady Chris Campana MP Rich yelton . . . Dart . . . Ponches Place . . . Yucca Frank jatiazzulla T _ «l!rew Anderson . . . Teel . . . Import . . . Polyniesian stuart s araje- " " ' ! ?pdd Smith . . . Dyno . . . Danny . . . Monty . . . H£ " (tJWalM . Slope . . . Scater . . . Dove Killers . . . Skip . . . Eddy . . . Teaguer . . . Bats . . . Virtue . . . Diligence . . . Brotherly Love. 1 w m 5. ; ■ ■ Qreeks:149 T.K.E. is . . . Tor Life . . . Halloween Party ' 85 . . . Toga . . . drive-in . . . Softball . . . Mom Chisolm . . . SM DS BT BNB ... Mr. clean . . . Schmoe . . . Skip . . . Psycho . . . Jesus . . . Merle . . . Inco . . . W.A.D.S. . . . Morals? . . . Li 1 P. . . . Bam Bam . . . Dancing bear . . . Preman . . . Lurch . . . Reagan . . . Quief? TAU KAPPA EPSILOn Tau Kappa Epsilon is the largest social fraternity in the world with over 300 active chapters. TKE was founded on January 10, 1899 at Illinois Weslyan Uni- versity in Bloomington, 1L. The Beta Tau chapter was founded at Florida Southern in 1947. The Fraternity is based on the belief that the three essential elements of meaningful fraternal relations are love, charity, and esteem. The colors are cherry red and gray and the mythological ideal is Apollo. The chief geometric sym- bol of the fraternity is the equilateral triangle which becomes stronger within when force is applied from without. The TKE brothers will always cherish our Sweetheart Polly Watson and Mom Chisolm for their love and support throughout the years. Our chapter room was dedicated in the spring of 1985 to Mrs. Lilah Chisolm who has helped our chapter throughout her 18 years of dedicated service as housemother. We will also remember all of our little sisters, who through their affection and participation have made TKE a real gentleman ' s fraternity. Always remember-TKE is for life, and a Tradition of Excellence. . . . Dead Meads . . . Miami Porno Kingpin . . . Beyond Taboo . . . Pink . . . T.Z.E. . . . Kimber . . . B.T. . . . Hearsay. . . Allegations . . . Tides ' 85 . . . Bogue lota . . . Word Games . . . 300 + -1 . . . r.S.C. Way of Life . . . T.K.E. little sisters. Mom Chisolm " : . .. ■» ' ' ftmmm THETA CHI The Gamma Delta Chapter of Theta Chi began its FSC brotherhood in 1946 and has been growing stron- ger ever since. Although times have changed, the quality of brotherhood has not. Unity and respect for each other is what our house strives for as Theta Chi continues its role as a leader on the FSC campus. The good times we share with each other during our short stay here will always be remembered. Theta Chi is . . . Tight . . . Mystique . . . Four year membership to the club . . . Stud club . . . Safety Face . . . Rip club . . . MUKE FOOD . . . Late night Bohees . . . JBA . . . Kato . . . Sargeant Safety . . . Study Face . . . Nice Pipes . . . Run along Skippy . . . Cutta . . . Cruise . . . Human Safety . . . Cage Matches . . . .52:Qreeks Marco Da Jim Cado Mike Gen John San Paul Mont _ Jim Wilhelm Steve Puertas Tom Gram . . . Heaven . . . Harmonica . . . T, Bowman . . . Little General . . . Chilly Willy ... Hat Head ... Put your hel- met on . . . Hammamy Heads . . . By- pott ... Mr. Ponch . . . Ding . . . Ed . . . Alumni . . . C-Hawk . . . Rock . . . That Ain ' t Workman . . . Janzman . . . Chiz . . . Chico . . . PLEDGESHIP-BROTH- ERHOOD. Theta Chi Little sisters. Sweetheart Teresa Bowman. Greeks: 153 mm mmmm 154: Faculty Faculty:155 ADMINISTRATION III — tT i = : r - iffePP Ml is fc p ...... H: " " f ' • ' ■ 4 miljflf! ' ; h — Jlf ' ■ H tmm»i: _ President Robert A. Davis Board of Trustees The Honorable C. Farris Bryant The Honorable Lawton M. Chiles Mr. Sam T. Dell, Jr. Mr. James L. Ferman, Jr. Mr. Frank H. Furman, Jr. Mr. J.R. Graves Mr. Lloyd Q. Hendry Mr. John E. Hunt, Sr. Mr. Charles H. Jenkins, Sr. Dr. Jimmy S. Jones Mrs. Edna M. Lockett Mrs. A lice W. Lockmiller Mr. Joseph O. MacBeth Mr. E.V. McClurg Mr. George T. Miller Mr. Fred R. Millsaps Dr. Richard V. Moore Dr. Edward W. Morman Mr. J. Quinton Rumph Mr. James W. Russell Mr. George A. Snelling Dr. Myrl L. Spivey Dr. J. Marvin Sweat, Jr. Mrs. Dorotha C. Tanner Mr. Robert S. Trinkle Mr. J. Lanier Upshaw Mrs. Marjorie M. VanAntwerp Mrs. Ruth S. Wedgworth Mr. Joel R. Wells, Jr. Dr. C. Eugene West Mr. Walter M. Woolfork 156:Administration Dr. Ben f. Wade Vice President and Dean of the College Mr. Brunner R. Hunt Vice President and Business Manager Mr. Mead F. Rogers, Jr. Vice President for Development Dr. Theodore M. Haggard Assistant to the President 157 111 ' " " " . ' ! , Mr. Hugh A. Moran, Jr. Dean of Students Mr. Robert Sterling Director, Student Financial Aid 158:Administration Ms. Sally Thissen Registrar Mr. Harold Waters Director of Communications Administration:159 ■— p aTiiiiiBiiiini UN M SOUTHtRNT M ' ' " r 1 1 I r » » v t •• r i i •, -.- Mr. Harold Smeltzly Director of Athletics Mrs. Kim Pickering Assistant to the Dean of Students — Women Mr. Frank Szabo Assistant Dean of Students — Men Mr. William Fraker Development Officer 160:Administration Mr. Brad Beck College Photographer Mr. Wayne Koehler Sports Information Director Administration: 161 ... ' . ' " • ' W.. , , ' " ART Seated — Joyce Davis, Beth Ford; Back row — Downing Barnitz, Gale Doak, Banton Doak. W. Downing Barnitz B.F.A., University of Georgia B.S.E., M.F.A., Temple University Joyce M. Davis B.F.A., University of Georgia M.A., University of north Carolina Ph.D., University of Georgia Gale L. Doak A.B., Alabama College M.A., George Peabody College Vanderbilt University Banton S. Doak B.S., M.A., Ed.S., George Peabody College Vanderbilt University Beth M. Ford B.A., M.A., University of South Florida 162:faculty BIOLOGY Robert Baum, John Haldeman, Mary Walker, John Tripp, Margaret Gilbert, Connie Murphy, Sharon Hooker, Laurence Campbell Robert H. Baum B.A., Goddard College M.S., Ph.D., University of Florida Laurence L. Campbell A.B., M.A., Miami University Ph.D., Un iversity of Illinois Margaret L. Gilbert B.S., University of Rhode Island Ph.D., University of Wisconsin John R. Haldeman B.S., M.S., Northern Arizona University Ph.D., University of Arkansas John R. Tripp B.S., Oregon State University M.S., Ph.D., Ohio State University Mary N. Walker B.S., Delta State University M.S., Mississippi State University Faculty:163 BUSINESS ECONOMICS Row 1 — Carl Brown, Patricia Dockery, Joan Buccino. Samuel Newman, Bruce Arnold, Larry Braisted, William Juchau; Row 2 ■ O ' Leary, Jeffrey Wiley, Murrell Qillan, Duane Hopkins, Fran DeReus, Allen Larsen, Wendell flulcher Bruce E. Arnold B.B.A., Stetson University M.S. Ace, University of Illinois C.P.A., State of Florida Mary Jo Bergquist B.S., Florida Southern College C.P.A., State of Florida Allan L. Bowman B.B.A., Florida State University M.S., Air Force Institute of Technology Laurence E. Braisted B.A., Jacksonville University M.B.A., J.D., Florida State University Carl C. Brown B.S., Florida Southern College M.A., University of South Florida Ph.D., Oklahoma State University Joan Q. Buccino A.B., Wellesly College M.Ed., Boston State College Graduate of Harvard-Radcliffe Program in Business Administration Francis E. DeReus B.A., St. Ambrose College M.A., University of Illinois Patricia M. Dockery B.S., Florida Southern College M.S., Rollins College Murrell M. Qillan B.S., University of Tampa M.S., Clarkson College Duane L. Hopkins B.A., Otterbein College M.B.A., Harvard University Wendell E. Hulcher B.A., Illinois Wesleyan College M.B.A., Harvard University William C. Juchau B.S., U.S. Military Academy M.S., George Washington University Allen F. Larsen A.A., Blackhawk College B.A., Augustana College (Illinois) A.M., Ph.C, Indiana University Samuel L. Newman B.E., Vanderbilt University M.B.A., Florida State University Ph.D., University of Alabama Harold E. O ' Leary B.S., Florida State University M.B.A., University of Central Florida D.B.A., Florida State University C. Jeffrey Wiley B.S., Florida Southern College M.B.A., Indiana University 164: Faculty CHEMISTRY PHYSICS Thomas Willard, Howard Dinsmore, James Tyson, George Robinson, Robert Mitchell. James Mealy Howard L. Dinsmore B.A., John Hopkins University Ph.D., University of Minnesota James C. Healy B.S., University of Wisconsin M.S., Ph.D., University of Akron Robert D. Mitchell B.S., Georgia Institute of Technology M.S., Ph.D., Florida State University George C. Robinson B.A., Lake Forest College M.S., University of Missouri James D. Tyson B.S., Michigan State University M.S., Ph.D., Yale University Thomas M. Willard B.S., Lamar State College Ph.D., Tulane University faculty:165 . " " " 1W! « CITRUS HORTICULTURE r ow — s ue Herdman, Rubert Prevatt, Carol Murowchick; Row 2 — Thomas Mack, Malcolm Manners Sue E. Herdman B.S., State College of Mew York, Brockport B.S., Florida State College M.S., State University of Mew York, Albany Thomas B. Mack B.S.A., M.Ed., University of Florida Malcolm M. Manners B.A., M.S., University of Florida Rubert W. Prevatt B.S.A., M.S., Ph.D., University of Florida 166: Faculty COMMUNICATIONS Row j _ Q ar y English, Sandra Baldwin, Edward Thorn; Row 2 — John Obrecht. Richard Wilber, Hal Waters Sandra F. Baldwin B.A., M.A., University of South Florida Ph.D., Florida State University Qary C. English B.A., Florida Southern College M.A., University of Pennsylvania Ph.D., Emory University John P. Obrecht B.A., Florida Southern College Graduate study, University of South Florida Edward W. Thorn B.A., Parsons College M.Div., Crozer Theological Seminary M.A., University of Akron Ph.D., Indiana University Harold M. Waters B.S., Florida Southern College M.A., Syracuse University Richard A. Wilber B.F.A., M.A., St. Louis University Faculty:167 — I HH EDUCATION Davis Holland, Louise Pitt, Marjorie Wynn, Wayne Fetter, Mary Peaslee, Jack Haynes Katherine P. Betts B.A., Bowling Green University M.Ed., Ph.D., University of Miami Wayne R. Fetter B.A., State University of Mew York at Albany Jack E. Haynes B.A., Adams State College M.S., Ed.D., northern Illinois University Davis R. Holland B.A., Presbyterian College M.Ed., Furman University Ph.D., Florida State University Mary V. Peaslee B.A., Carson Mewman College M.A., University of South Florida Ph.D., Florida State University Louise Q. Pitt B.S., M.A., George Peabody College Vanderbilt University Marjorie J. Wynn B.S., Florida State University M.A., University of South Florida 168: Faculty ENGLISH Gwendolyn Ziemann, Robert Zimmerman. Robert Tate, Paula RomaniK. Wesley Ryals, Marianne Hodges, Glenn James, Raymond Lott Marianne M. Hodges B.A., University of Iowa M.A., Indiana University Glenn J. James B.A., Millsaps College M.A., University of Georgia J. Raymond Lott B.A., M.A., University of Miami Ph.D., Duke University Paula S. Romanik B.A., Ursinas College M.A.T., Lehigh University Wesley W. Ryals B.S., Howard College M.A.T., Duke University Robert H. Tate B.A., M.A., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Gwendolyn M. Ziemann B.A., Midland College M.A., Ph.D., Arizona State University Robert L. Zimmerman B.A., College of Wooster M.A., Lehigh University Ph.D., Duke University Faculty: 169 FOREIGN LANGUAGE Bennett Cole, Gerda Von Paleske, Wallace Brandon, Jose Martinez Wallace R. Brandon B.A., Florida Southern College M.A., Ph.D., University of North Carolina Carlos M. Calogne L.L.D., University of Havana Pi. Ed., University of Florida Bennett O. Cole B.A., University of Virginia M.A., University of Delaware Ph.D., Georgetown University Jose R. Martinez Ed.D., Havana University M.A., Middleburg College Ph.D., Florida State University Gerda Von Paleske University of Freiberg University of Hamburg M.A., Southern Illinois University 170: Faculty HISTORY POLITICAL SCIENCE William Larsen, Francis Hodges, Larry Durrence, John Santosuosso J. Larry Durrence B.A., Florida Southern College M.A., Ph.D., University of Georgia Francis R. Hodges B.A., Wake Forest University M.A., Emory University William F. Larsen B.A., M.A., University of Tennessee Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley John E. Santosuosso B.A., Ursinas College M.A., Clark University M.Div., Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary Ph.D., University of Florida A. Rand Sutherland B.A., Oberlin College B.D., M.A., Ph.D., University of Chicago Faculty:171 : . ' , - ' LMI ' J mm MATHEMATICS Row 1 — Allen Wuertz, Caroline Durham; Row 2 — Daniel Carreira, Henry Hartje, Patricia Hunt, Lane Goodson Daniel J. Carreira B.A., M.Ed., University of Miami Caroline C. Durham B.A., M.A., University of South Florida Lane M. Goodson B.S., M.Ed., University of Florida Henry C. Hartje, Jr. B.S., Arkansas State Teachers College M.E., University of Mississippi M.A., Louisiana State University Ed.D., University of Georgia Patricia S. Hunt B.A., Asbury College M.A., George Peabody College Vanderbilt University Gayle S. Kent B.S., University of North Alabama M.S., University of Mississippi n. Allen Wuertz B.A., Glassboro State College M.Ed., Temple University Graduate study, Florida State University 72: Faculty MILITARY SCIENCE Row 1 — CPT Billingsly, CPT Knapp. Bonnie Ponton, SSQ Ludwig; Row 2 5GM Case CPT Jordan, MSQ. Leonard, LTC Sheffield, SSQ Millender, John J. Jordan, Captain, U.S.A. B.A., University of Florida Craig P. Knapp, Captain, U.S.A. A.A., Sauk Valley College B.A., Western Illinois University Robert A. Sheffield, LTC, U.S.A. B.A., Methodist College M.B.A., Pittsburg State University Faculty:173 m MUSIC Row i _ p au i a parsche, James Slutz, Rita Fandrich; Row 2 — Larry Sledge, William Woodruff. Beverly Wolff, Robert MacDonald Rita E. Fandrich B.M., Cornell College M.M., Indiana University Graduate study, University of Colorado Robert M. MacDonald B.A., University of Morth Carolina M.M., Indiana University Arts Diploma, Musikakademie, Vienna Paula K. Parsche B.A., Florida Southern College M.M., University of South Florida Larry J. Sledge B.M., M.M., Southern Illinois University Ph.D., Florida State University James F. Slutz B.M.E., Central Methodist College M.M.E., Wichita State University Beverly Wolff University of Georgia Academy of Vocal Arts of Philadelphia William S. Woodruff B.M.E., north Texas State M.M., northwestern University 174: Faculty NURSING RoseMarie Lamm, Clara Clayton Clara M. Clayton Mercy Hospital School of nursing B.S., California State University of Pennsylvania B.S.N. , Florida Southern College M.A., University of South f lorida RoseMarie M. Lamm Buffalo General Hospital — University of Buffalo B.A., St. Leo College M.A., University of South Florida Faculty:175 111 ' , " ' . ' ,■. I .. ,.■ PHYSICAL EDUCATION Row 1 — Chuck Anderson, Ed Jeffries, Katherine Straw, Kathleen Benn, Sally Hicks,- Row 2 — George Scholz, Pat McFadden, Lois Webb, Chris Bellotto,- Row 3 — Hal Smeltzy, Kirk Speraw, Laura Smith, Sam Snow; Row 4 — Sam Miller, Mike Qaski, Charley Matlock, Ed Plowman, Janet Reynolds, norm Benn Charles E. Anderson B.S., Florida Southern College M.Ed., Rollins College Chris Bellotto B.S., Florida Southern College M.A., University of South Florida Kathleen M. Benn B.S., M.S., Murray State College Sally Q. Micks B.S., M.Ed., University of Montevallo Edward F. Jeffries, Jr. B.A., Bridgewater College M.S., Madison College P.E.S., Central Missouri State College Ed.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Charley C. Matlock B.S., East Tennessee State College M.A., E.D.S., George Peabody College Vanderbilt University Patricia F. McFadden A.A., Junior College of Ozarks B.S.E., Southeastern Missouri State University M.A., Texas Woman ' s University C. Samuel Miller B.S., Florida Southern College M.S., University of Tennessee Certified Athletic Trainer George W. Scholz B.S., Jacksonville University M.A., University of Iowa Harold M. Smeltzly B.S., Florida Southern College M.A., Temple University Samuel B. Snow B.A., Virginia Wesleyan College M.S., University of South Florida Katherine G. Straw B.S., M.Ed., University of Pittsburgh Lois E. Webb B.S., Florida State University M.Ed., University of Central Florida 176: Faculty PSYCHOLOGY Gregory Mugg, Chris Weaver, Sandra Ivey, Myron Harvey Richard R. Burnette A.B., Randolph Macon College B.D., Emory University M.S., The College of William and Mary, Richmond Professional Institute Ed.D., Florida State University Myron A. Harvey B.A., University of South Florida M.A., Ph.D., University of South Mississippi Sandra L. Ivey B.A., Stetson University M.A., Ph.D., Emory University Gregory J. Mugg B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Emory University Christopher T. Weaver A.B., Trenton State College M.A., Ph.D., University of Virginia Faculty:177 ™ " ! RELIGIOM John Cook, Walter Weaver, Frank Johnson, Hoover Rupert, Waite Willis John W. Cook A.B., Union College S.T.B., S.T.M., Th.D., Boston University R. Frank Johnson A.B., University of Alabama M.Div., Duke University Ph.D., Emory University L. Hoover Rupert A.B., D.D., Baker University A.M., 5.T.B., Boston University D.D., Adrian College Walter P. Weaver A.B., D.B., Duke University Ph.D., Drew University W. Waite Willis B.A., Florida Southern College M.Div., Ph.D., Emory University 178: Faculty SOCIOLOGY Qrady Judd, RoseMarie Lamm, Ed Plowman Grady C. Judd, Jr. A.S., Polk Community College B.S., M.S., Rollins College RoseMarie Lamm Buffalo General Hospital — University of Buffalo B.A., St. Leo College M.A., University of South Florida Edwin L. Plowman B.A., north Carolina State University Th.M., Ph.D., Boston University Barbara T. Sreenan B.A., University of Wisconsin M.S., northern Illinois University Ph.D., Florida State University faculty:179 . ' . .! " ... THEATRE Paul Luby. Bobby Ann Loper, Thomas Shafer. William Orange, Teresa Tilton William M. Orange B.A., University of Toledo M.F.A., Columbia University Ph.D., Indiana University Bobby Ann Loper B.A., Washburn University Graduate study, University of Minnesota Paul J. Luby B.A., M.S., Florida State University Thomas P. Shafer B.A., Ball State University M.A., Indiana State University 180: Faculty LIBRARY STAFF Seated — Sally Qullage, Janet Prauden, Rosina Urquiza, Mary Flekke; Row 2 — Larry Stallings, Barbara Elliot, Polly McCormick, Louise Eastwood, Marry Roberts, Margaret Barthe Margaret R. Barthe B.A., M.A., University of South Florida Louise W. Eastwood B.S., Florida Southern College Library School, Case-Western Reserve University Mary M. Flekke A.B., M.S., St. Cloud University B. Laurence Stallings B.S., M.S., L.S., Florida State University Rosina Urquiza B.L., Institute Matanzas M.A., (L.S.), Ph.D., University of Havana Faculty: 181 HOUSEMOTHERS Row 1 — Ann Blanton, Susan Westerfield, Marion Pope, Lilah Chisolm. Irene Bond; Row 2 — Frances Howard, Lucy Huggins, Evelyn Glass, Pauline Mohler, Myitis Denman, Helen Mann Hazel Achor Ann Blanton Irene Bond Margaret Brotherton Lilah Chisolm Marion Councill Elizabeth Covington Myitis Denman Hermine Gilbert Evelyn Glass Edwena House Frances Howard Lucy Huggins Mancy Letter Mazie MacKay Marie Mericle Betty Mills Pauline Mohler Margaret Mullinax Eulalie Myers Marion Pope Hallie Porter Dixie Peacock Mildred Schroeder Eugenia Smith Susan Westerfield Mary Yelton 182 MAINTENANCE 183 " " mUmmBBmsam 184: People People:185 .■ . . •.»■ ' ! SENIORS Janet Whaley, President, not pictured — John Korbel, Male Senator, Qigi Lyon, Female Senator 186: Seniors Seniors: 187 : . . •■«■ " .■ Leon Abbett Intern. Management Hollywood, FL Tom Adair Journalism Bristol, VA David Ake Marketing Management Newport, Rl wgffi a s® Christine Albino Social Work Ft. Myers, FL Alvo Albritton Biology Lake Alfred, FL Carla Albritton Anthony Alford Brian Allen Terrie Almond Layla Alo Sociology Psychology Marketing Management Criminal Justice Public Relations Bowling Green, FL Lakeland, FL Brandon, FL Boca Raton, FL Carolina, Puerto Rico Mark Altman Jim Amick Citrus Business Computer Science Bowling Green, FL Lakeland, FL Ira Anderson Accounting Bushnell, FL James Andews Physics Lakeland, FL J. Ankenbrandt Broadcasting Royal Oak, PL Jeanine Armbrester Sanford Artman nancy Baggett Robert Bailey Shannon Bailey Personnel Management Marketing Management Elementary Education Political Science Communications Lithia, FL Plant City, FL Winter Park, FL Ft. Sheridan, IL St. Petersburg, FL 188: Seniors Trade Bailey Marketing Management St. Petersburg, FL Laurita Baker Lisanne Banta Steven Barger Tami Basey History Biology Personnel Management Mathematics Orlando, FL Hurricane Mills, TN Lighthouse Point, FL Lakeland, FL Robert Bateman David Batman Financial Management Intern. Management Bartow, FL Milford, CT David Beck Accounting Ft. Lauderdale, FL Lawrence Becker Donna Beede Public Relations Elementary Education Lakeland, FL Sarasota, FL ori Belanger Caren Belli Jon Benner John Bennett Mark Benson Broadcasting Psychology Sports Management Music Education Broadcasting Ludlow, MA Fairfield, MJ Boulder, CO Seffher, FL Maples, FL Kimberly Bergstrom Kurtis Beronja Christine Bianca Jeffrey Birge Public Relations Financial Management Marketing Management Social Science Maitland, FL West Allis, Wl Palm Beach Gardens, FL Lake Placid, FL nancy Blakeslee Recreation Ft. Pierce, FL Seniors: 189 w m Robert Bolger Political Science East Greenwich, Rl Paul Bosshardt Lorene Boyd Lee Brackman Michael Bradley Physical Education Marketing Management History Marketing Management Bradenton, FL Naples, FL Deland, FL Brant Beach, NJ Betsy Bramley Social Work Lakeland, FL Jane Brandfass Psychology Lighthouse Point, FL Jonathan Brown Public Relations Zolfo Springs, FL Mary Brown Education Ft. Meade, FL Diana Bruch Public Relations Venice, FL Diana Bryan Computer Science St. Thomas, VI Margaret Bryan Elementary Education Lakeland, FL Lisa Buck Elementary Education Littleton, CO Ann Marie Bucy Public Relations Rockville, MD Pamela 1 Art Communications Seminole, FL Ansel Buhrman Broadcasting Babson Park, FL Dean Burkey Broadcasting Lakeland, FL Claude Burnett Music Education Naples, FL Julie Buttram Social Work Sebring, FL Patricia By rd Public Relations Springfield, MA 190: Seniors Lala Cade Education Seville, FL James Cadott Sports Management Spring Lake, HJ Mark Caithness Marketing Management Venice, FL Debra Caldwell Computer Science West Palm Beach, FL Susan Callahan Education Temple Terrace, FL Harold Cameron Richard Campana Pamela Campo Marketing Management Marketing Management Accounting Lakeland, EL Naperville, IL riaples, FL Casey Carlson Marketing Management Clearwater, FL Edwin Carlson Accounting Lakeland, FL Kletia Carlson Financial Management Clearwater, FL Clare Carroll Elementary Education Bartow, FL James Carroll Psychology Vera Beach, FL Kelly Carson Recreation Columbus, on Scott Chappell Marketing Management Ft. Myers, FL Debra Chipley Public Relations Homestead, FL Patrick Chisholm Marketing Management Birmingham, Ml Susan Chormann Elementary Education Lakeland, FL Ann Chudik Marketing Management Oconomowoc, WI Keith Clanton Biology Bartow, FL Seniors:191 Susan Clark Patrick Clawson Computer Science Marketing Management Miami, FL Chagrin Falls, OH Victoria Cohlll Broadcasting Pittsburgh, FA Janet Collins Teresa Conigan Biology Psychology north Ft. Myers, FL Sarasota, FL Charles Counter Angela Cowden Michael Crawford Michelle Crenshaw Steven Crosby Citrus Business Chemistry Social Work Accounting Mathematics Winter Haven, FL Lakeland, FL Kissimmee, FL Port Charlotte, FL Altamonte Springs, FL Curtis Crotts Julia Cunningham Stephanie Danson Timothy Davis Marco Dawson Religion Music Education English Marketing Management Jacksonville, FL Zephyrhills, FL Sarasota, FL Lakeland, FL Ft. Lauderdale, FL Dana Deloach Todd Denson Business Education Psychology Titusville, FL Orlando, FL — 192: Seniors Timothy Desmond Jill Desplinter Stephen Dewitt Public Relations Elementary Education Public Relations Miami, FL Wolcott, in Lake Placid, FL Lois Dinkins Personnel Management Deltona, FL Lesley Dismuke nancy Doane Kelly Doppelheuer Caroline Dossett Public Relations Personnel Management Public Relations Studio Art Ft. Lauderdale, FL Palm Beach Gardens, FL Lakeland, FL Kingsport, TN Stephen Dowdie Deborah Driskell Susan Driskell Evelyn Duel I Claire Dukes Economics Music Financial Management Elementary Education Marketing Management Tampa, FL Orlando, FL Ft. Meade, FL Bushnell, FL Lakeland, FL Sheryl Dunlap Cindy Durrance Keith Dyer Accounting Education Music Longwood, FL Wauchula, FL Clearwater, FL Robert Dynarski John Dziedzic Sports Management Marketing Management Meriden, CT Winter Haven, FL Teresa Eckhart Biology Bartow, FL Lorelei Eddy Studio Art Lakeland, FL Thomas Eddy Psychology Lakeland, FL Margaret Ellis Education Winter Haven, FL Ronald Elrod Political Science Winter Haven, FL Seniors: 193 MMHB Lee Emond Economics Birmingham, AL Denise Engel Financial Management Jensen Beach, FL Susan Ernst Special Education Bradenton, FL Kathy Erwin Sociology Boca Raton, FL Alejandra Evans Biology Hudson, FL 1 4 HPP 4 Robert Evans Ann Ferguson Daniel Field Holly Field Kathleen Fishbaugh Broadcasting Financial Management Business Accounting Financial Management Sports Management Bradenton, FL Lakeland, FL Ft. Pierce, FL Winter Haven, FL Westerville, OH Pamela Fletcher Shannon Ford Teresa Fordham Elementary Education Personnel Management Special Education Lake Wales, FL Glastonburg, CT Lakeland, FL Marcia Forsett Accounting Bartow, FL Cathryn Frank Mathematics Lakeland, FL Nathan Freeman Sports Management Northfield, MN — - — 194: Seniors James Futch Physics Lakeland, FL Qerrie Gage Biology Sarasota, FL Suzanne Gainer Personnel Management Northport, rTV Ann Gaiser Special Education Lake Wales, FL Sam Garcia Dawn Garner Anne Geiger Michael Gentile Social Work Special Education Marketing Management Mathematics Jacksonville, FL Momasassa Springs, FL Atlanta, QA Levittown, NY Lynn Giradin Marketing Management Naples, FL Rebecca Glass Christian Education Cocoa, FL Joseph Gong Marketing Management Miami, FL Louis Gotsch Deborah Green Political Science Mathematics Lake Hamilton, FL Lakeland, FL Lauralee Green Public Relations Adv. Belle Glade, FL Jeffrey Grove Dhays Gruber Brian Guyer Robert Gyori Tammy Maire Biology Intern. Management Financial Management Sports Management Journalism Largo, FL Caracas, Venezuela Pierson, FL Rossiford, OH Clewiston, FL Debra Hale Communications St. Augustine, FL Tamera Mall English Winter Haven, FL Teresa Mailman Psychology Lakeland, FL Charles Hamil Accounting LaBelle, FL Elizabeth Hammond Special Education New Smyrna Beach, FL - Seniors:195 — . ' . ' " « uji Tesi Hansen William Hardman Margaret Harkey Leigh Harrison Eric Hartje Education financial Management Elementary Education Special Education Computer Science Winter Haven, FL Lake Wales, FL Lakeland, FL Tampa, FL Lakeland, FL Beth Hauser Candace Hayes Kevin Hayes Todd Hayes Diana Heitman Special Education Elementary Education Financial Management Marketing Management Financial Management Sarasota, FL Inverness, FL Lakeland, FL Waterford, NY Arcadia, FL Jennifer Henderson Melissa Hendley Elementary Education Social Science Wauchula, FL Kathleen, FL Harold Hendren Citrus Business Jacksonville, FL Katherine Hester Theatre Arts Pompano, FL David High ley Personnel Management Lake Wales, FL Gregory Highnam Pamela Highnam Donna Hill Thomas Hicks Ann Hilton Economics Computer Science Marketing Management Biology Christian Education Lakeland, FL Lakeland, FL Orlando, FL Venice, FL Cooper City, FL — 196: Seniors Misako Hirama Public Relations Tokyo, Japan John Hoffman Kevin Holaday Darla Holb Cheryl flommerson Citrus Business Marketing Management Public Relations Public Relations LaBelle, PL Lakeland, FL Orange Park, FL Englewood, FL Carter Hopkins Mary Howard Susan Howard Jana Huling Sharon Humberg Financial Management Computer Science Journalism Broadcasting Elementary Education Miami, FL Clermont, FL Winter Park, FL Jacksonville, FL Merritt Island, FL Janine Hunt Public Relations Tampa, FL Michael Hurd Personnel Management Lakeland, FL Tim Hyatt Computer Science Lakeland, FL Paul Imathiu Business Meru, Kenya Bruce Ingram Citrus Business Davenport, FL feZk Donald Irvine History Tampa, FL Judith Jacoby Glen Jaffee Lee Janzen Cynthia Jeffries Psychology Marketing Management Marketing Management Marketing Management Cocoa Beach, FL Maitland, FL Lakeland, FL Plant City, FL 5eniors:197 11,11 ■ I ' Paula Jenkins Education Bartow, FL Clifford Johnson Broadcasting Tarpon Springs, FL Floyd Johnson Todd Joiner Clarke Jones Accounting Business Administration Horticulture Ft. Meade, FL Lakeland, FL Miami, FL Christopher Keefer Computer Science Slippery Rock, PA Ted Kennedy Robert Kenworthy Ellen Kerner Kevin Killingsworth Physical Education Religion Philosophy Financial Management Public Relations Lemars, IA Clearwater, FL Freehold, NJ Lakeland, FL Don Klein Financial Management Marathon, FL Margriet Knetsch French Clearwater, FL Jane Knickerbocker Elementary Education Rapids, WI Sue Knight Physical Education Ft. Meade, FL Judith Konsler Personnel Management Clermont, FL John Korbel Timothy Koutsoftes Financial Management Marketing Management Deerfield Beach, FL Colonia, MJ — 198:Seniors Ken Kranick Sports Management Pittsburgh, PA Kimberly Krasinski Psychology Grand Island, MY Carrie Kunde Broadcasting Howey, FL Paul Lafuci financial Management Ft. Lauderdale, FL Aileen Lain Wendy Lamoreaux Penelope Langston Education Theatre Arts Business Administration Lakeland, FL Bradenton, FL Avon Park, FL Dolores Lantz Special Education Lakeland, FL Ron Leber Walter Les Beth Lewis John Lewis Financial Management Business Administration Personnel Management Religion Robbinsville, NJ Ludlow, MA Melbourne, FL Tampa, FL Amy Lively Political Science Valrico, FL Mary Lloyd Cynthia Long Jeannine Long Janine Lott Qigi Lyon Accounting Education Business Administration Psychology Political Science Sebring, FL Lakeland, FL Lakeland, FL Lakeland, FL Lakeland, FL Marshall MacClellan Elise MacLennan Michelle Major Religion Accounting Mathematics Plant City, FL Cocoa Beach, FL Polk City, FL S. Maniscalco Personnel Management Willingboro, MJ Jim Manoli Economics Ft. Lauderdale, FL Seniors: 199 - 1 J " . 1 . ' ' .. , ■I Michael Marcouiller Financial Management Cheshire, CT Owen Nan- Citrus Business Mims, FL Johnnie Martinez History Lakeland, FL Richard Martyn Financial Management Roswell, QA Sharon Marvin Special Education Lakeland, FL Douglas Mawer Heal Mazzei Louise McAlpin Kathleen McBurney Patrick McCarley Sports Management Marketing Management Marketing Management Music Journalism new Brunswick, Canada St. Louis, MO Hialeah, FL Valrico, FL Ft. Myers, FL Melanie McClellan Accounting Lakeland, FL Susan McCollum Sports Management Jacksonville, FL Ian McConkey Biology Lehigh Acres, FL David McCraney Psychology Dunedin, FL Thomas McDonald Financial Management Saraso ta, FL Elizabeth McQuire Mathematics Tarpon Springs, FL - 200: Seniors - James McQuire Janann Mclnnis Franklin McKinney Bryan McLachlan Computer Science Journalism Personnel Management Biology Tarpon Springs, FL Winter Haven, FL Savannah, QA Seminole, FL Gregory McNutt Patricia Meister nelson Menendez Julie Michael Horticulture Art Communications Recreation Public Relations Orlando, FL North Palm Beach, FL Temple Terrace, FL Leesburg, FL Drew Miller Financial Management Ft. Myers, FL James Mitchell Vincent Monteleone Paul Montoya Jeff Moore Ana Morejon Financial Management Marketing Management Public Relations Accounting Criminal Justice Deltona, FL East Hanover, riJ Port Washington, NY Bartow, FL Lakeland, FL Amy Morgan Psychology Macon, QA Debra Morgan Computer Science Lakeland, FL Matthew Mosher Accounting Lakeland, FL Timothy Mulford Marketing Management Naples, FL Kimberly Napier Personnel Management Orlando, FL Donald Nations Psychology Sarasota, FL Cynthia Newell Mathematics West Palm Beach, FL Robert Nicholson Financial Management Sparta, NJ Eve Norton Psychology Miami, FL Jodi Nutt Accounting Zephyrhills, FL Seniors:201 1 Margaret O ' Brien Personnel Management Granville, NY Leigh Odom Public Relations Bartow, PL Susan Oliva Personnel Management Randolph, NJ Lisa Osmer Recreation Wellington, FL Thomas Fadro Marketing Management St. Petersburg, FL Kris Pahl Cheryl Parker Kenneth Parker Greg Parks David Parkulo Sports Management Education Citrus Business Art Communications Recreation Deerfield Beach, FL Ormond Beach, FL Lithia, FL Nassau, Bahamas Beckley, WV Carolyn Pasos Valentine Patarini Laurie Paullin Michelle Perdue Kenneth Pharo Computer Science Psychology Elementary Education Biology Computer Science Miami, FL Wauchula, FL Winter Haven, FL Durant, FL North Miami, FL Jamie Piper Art Communications Orlando, FL — 202: Seniors Karen Pipkin Public Relations Lakeland, FL Thomas Plaisance Accounting Naples, FL Amy Porter English St. Petersburg, FL Rhonda Powner Accounting Juno Isles, FL ■I! ' •! .. U Joe Preston Financial Management Midlothian, VA Tawn Prior Education Lakeland, FL Steven Puertas Broadcasting Drayton Plains, Ml Kenneth Pulliam Psychology Lakeland, FL Michael Pursell Horticulture Lakeland, FL nathan Purvis Citrus Business Lithia, FL Martha Puryear Citrus Business Qroveland, FL Warren Quets Computer Science Lakeland, FL Mark Raiford Computer Science Bartow, FL Richard Rasmussen Broadcasting Kissimmee, FL Caren Read Intern. Management Lakeland, FL Mary Riner Daniel Robertson Mary Roegner Special Education Chemistry Horticulture Winter Haven, FL Lithia, FL Winter Haven, FL Brenda Rogers Biology Lakeland, FL Curtis Rogers John Romero Brian Roskamp Marketing Management Marketing Management Financial Management Lakeland, FL Chandler, AZ Largo, FL Sandra Russell Journalism Winter Haven, FL Gregory Sale Music Lakeland, FL Seniors:203 — 1 Joseph Salvaggio John Santiago Hamilton Sargent Communications Financial Management Physical Education Osterville, MA Sarasota, FL West Hartford, CT lary Jo Sattler William Sawyer Education Financial Management Hollywood, FL Coral Gables, FL Cra ig Scates Computer Science Brandon, FL Scott Schaefer Public Relations South Windsor, CT Lauren Schild Art Communications Miami, FL Valerie Schleicher Sacred Music Emporia, KS Amy Schneider Theatre Arts Valencia, PA Kimberly Scott Journalism Ormond Beach, FL Samuel Scott Sara Sechrest Accounting Financial Management Winter Haven, FL Lakeland, FL Munro Sefcik Pamela Sessions Mathematics Marketing Management Harrisburg, VA Port Charlotte, PL Pamela Sibley Marketing Management Hudson, FL — 204: Seniors - James Simms Psychology Eaton Park, FL James Simpson Citrus Business Clermont, PL Kimberly Smith Recreation Miami, PL Sandra Smith Psychology Cape Coral, FL , .», ' t . U Stephen Smith History Miami Shores, FL Deborah Smoak Elementary Education Clermont, FL James Snively Citrus Business Winter Haven, FL Joshua Snively Citrus Business Winter Haven, FL Linda Soroosh Special Education Winter Haven, FL h. Richard Soule Ruth Spencer Carroll Sprauer David Springer Todd Spurlin Marketing Management Public Relations Special Education Marketing Management Computer Science Brandon, FL Morth Palm Beach, FL Stuart, FL Qroveland, FL north Ft. Myers, FL Lynda Stauffer Social Work Palmetto, FL Michael Steele Accounting Largo, FL Alicia Stein Social Work Palmetto, FL Allen Stephens Personnel Management Lakeland, FL Jennifer Stevens Financial Management Morth Palm Beach, FL Michael Stevens Political Science Willingboro, HJ Elizabeth Stidham Financial Management Bartow, FL Joseph Strada Sports Management Pittsford, nY Marcy Strong Kelly Sullivan Marketing Management Marketing Management Winter Haven, FL Venice, FL Seniors:205 Sernice Sutton Accounting Mew Port Richey, FL Cathenne Szaro Thomas Temrowst Marketing Management Recreation Trilloy, FL Titusville, FL isa Tetsworth Physical Education Fort Pierce, FL Sagine Thebaud Marketing Management Port-au-Prince, Haiti Sharon Thomas Public Relations Clearwater, FL Kelly Thompson Public Relations Tampa, FL Fleet Tilden Christine Towne James Travis Financial Management Marketing Management Marketing Managemer Winter Park, FL north Syracuse, MY Sarasota, FL John Turner Biology Lake Placid, FL Cheryl Vander Qalien Vicki vlllalba Martin VonPaleske Carol Walker Computer Science Personnel Management Accounting Psychology Dade City, FL Miami, FL Lakeland, FL Winter Haven, FL Paul Walker History Clarence, NY 206:Seniors Reddick Walker Citrus Business Ramstein, Germany Jeff Wallace Chemistry Lakeland, FL Andrew Walls Marketing Management Largo, FL Katherine Ward Education Winter Park, FL 1 Roger Ward Constance Waschull Krista Weeks Meridy Werder Janet Whaley Public Relations Marketing Management Marketing Management Communications Biology Nokomis, FL Lakeland, FL Wauchula, FL Atlanta, QA Cape Coral, FL Beth White Lisa White Mark White James Wilhelm riatalie Williams Financial Management Personnel Management Elementary Education Marketing Management Physical Education Pekin, IL Springfield, VA Bartow, FL Port Huron, Ml Clearwater, FL S. Williamson Recreation Dover, FL Elise Wood Economics Brandon, FL Haili Wurtz Psychology Lakeland, FL Joseph Wyniger Marketing Management Lakeland, FL Carl Yancy Physical Education Ashland, IL Dawn Yates Marketing Management Dayton, OH Kimberly Young Sociology Venice, FL Valerie Young Accounting Ft. Meade, FL Jane Zewalk Financial Management Naples, FL Richard Heilig Social Science Rockledge, FL Seniors:207 i — mmmm Terry Derr Ragan Harrison Richard Knowles William Michols Paul Shumway Marketing Mgt. Marketing Mgt. Journalism Accounting Financial Mgt. Punta Gorda, FL Lakeland, FL Fort Myers, FL Tampa, FL Hamden, CT ■208: Seniors Huling Seniors:209 JUNIORS Kathy Tourville, President, D.J. Thiele, Senator-at-large, David Kalchbrenner, Male Senator, Doug Dodd, Independent Male Senator, Laurie Colacini, Temale Senator 210:Juniors ■F " J I, tk ' 1 Jk te Sally Adkisson Elizabeth Allen Andrew Anderson Joe Angelino Regina Arndt Stephen Auld Lesley Austin Robert Aycock Barbara Bailey Anthony Baker William Ball Deonne Barger Jan-Annette Bellamy Elaina Blevins Kyle Bishop Jane Bistline Joseph Bivona Teresa Bowman Vicki Bowman John Brackman Daniel Brady Eddie Brand Hope Brandis Marie Bridges John Briggs Laura Brower Rhonda Brown Shawn Brumbaugh Jeffrey Bua Craig Budweiser Kathy Burch Randi Burnette Charles Burruss Matthew Buzza Michael Cameron Juniors:211 Christine Campbell Paige Carrera Maritza Carrion Timothy Carson Vera Carson Monte Carter Stanley Castor Stephen Castor Karen Cates Hugh Cating Kenneth Cheshire Bradley Chill Pamela Claughton Douglas Coffrnan Robin Coleman James Coppola Lee Cox Charles Crikis Laurie Colacini Kimberly Croft 47M W- 212:Juniors Barbara Crone John Crowley Dennis Curry Milbre Cuthberson Steven Dalton Colleen DeQroot David Deibler Laurie Deloach Ellen Demmy James Desmarais Dawn Devoss Richard Diamond Paul Dickens Martin Digregory Philip Dillmore Kimberly Disbro Douglas Dodd Andrea Dort William Dudman Gretchen Dunker Gilbert Dunlap Kristin Dye Daphne Elkins Suellen Embler Tamara Evans Douglas Fagan Jill Fee Julia Fillingim Keli Fink Susan Fishbach nancy Fisher Thomas Flynn Emily Folker Douglas Freebern Mark Fugett Juniors:213 i nnra—n 214:Juniors %J Scott Higgenbotham Clark Hippler Philip Holder Roger Holler Karina Molt Stan Horner E.W. Norton Ralph Howe Carole Hurley Yugoro Iwamura ♦ Lori Izzo Lisa A. Jackson Ann Jago Jeffrey Jakes Bruce James Edward James Matthew James James Jarvie Gregory Jasso Irene Jenkins Juniors:215 James Jenkins Colleen Johnson Rosemarie Johnson Jeanne Johnston Kimberly Jones Mary Jones Jeffory Julich David Kalchbrenner Denise Kanitsch Katherine Kasch Betty Keene Julie Kemp Elisa Kennedy Kerri Kerber Sabrina Kershner Judy Killam Catherine Kirk James Kreinbrink Paul Krist Michelle Kurtgis Donna Laing Cynthia Lambert Keri Lamparter Paul Laporta Mary Lemasters Christina Lenihan 216:Juniors Brian Lewandowski James Lewis Rodney Lewis Kelley Lewison Pearl Levy Richard Lindau Mancy Lindell Kelson Lineberry Tracy Little Susan Lippman Kathy Lloyd David Long Linda Long Timothy Looney Wade Luke Eric Lyman Donna Lynch Sheny Lynch Robert Malan Christopher Mangum Lewis Marotti Allison May Roy McCrery Mary McQee John Mchulty Lauren Meyers Juniors:217 Deborah Michel Frank Miner Catina Mitchell Todd Mitchell David Mixner Tracy Moore William Morey John Morgan Jennifer Mosher Maria Mossbarger Kathryn Moulton Julie Mulford Maureen Murphy Laura Nalepa Stephanie Nase Clifford Schmidt Cynthia Scott Mary Selph Frank Peacock Debra Pessini Michelle Pierce Lisa Pinder Andrea Pope Jon Poppell Bryan Powell Gerald Prescott Alejandro Prieto Leslie Purvis Magda Ramires Darcy Ranson Sandra Reeder David Richardson Rebecca Riordan Rob Rittgers David Roberts Kim Roberts Susan Robertson Stephen Robinson Michele Rogers Chris Roy Milena Rudolph Jeanette Rutland Paul Rybinski Sandra Sessums Stuart Setcavage Deborah Shaver Pamela Sheffer Christopher Stegura jill Sheneman Cheryl Shirah Frances Sickler Karen Slee Tammy Smith Todd Smith Alan Snapp Ralph Spencer Kathryn Stammberger Darren Stanek Edward Steadman Allana Stephens Kimberly Stevens Scott Stevens Robin Stinson Kenneth Stoff Franklin Stork J , Todd Strickland Matthew Sullivan neva Summerall James Taggart 220:Juniors V, - " Alexis Talbott John Taylor Michael Teague Karen Teel Z Eric Templin Tracy Thayer Toby Therrien D.J. Thiele Susan Thigpen Laura Thompson Kathryn Thornhill Carol Tipton David Tisdale Wayne Tobey Tracy Torrance Kathleen Tourville Annette Toy Tracy Toy Michael True Keli Uranick Tricia Urban Adair Valdespino Maria Valdez ™ " Walt Vaughn Stefanie Von Paleske Nancy Wages Juniors:221 Vesta Wages Melanie Ward Linda Warren Kristi Watkins Steven Weis Julie Wells Allen West Trudy White Larry Wilbanks Tracy Wilhelm David Williams George Williams Holly Williams Ty Williamson Kelleigh Withers Lois Wittenberg Cheridah Wolfe Kimberly Workman Scott Worth Jennifer Wright Heather Wurtz Richard Yelton Ed Zamorski Ray Zebrowski Laura Zimmerman Theresa Zito 222:Juniors 1 : J V 4 ' .ti HH H HHBHI :f ov !BINfife £ga£aiSft ?2 Wood Juniors:223 Campana 224:Juniors ■M t k Ml W ' J f 1 1 ■( jjJL - Juniors:225 SOPHOMORES Amy newsome, Female Senator, Coney Burgess, President, Daniel Walker, James D ' Loughy, Senator-at-Large — - 226:Sophomores Kristin Alexin Jim Allegro Robert Angelo Marlene Ansotequi Andrea Arnold Alex Ashcroft Todd Auckland Lisa Augspurger Alexandria Bailey James Ballard Charlene Barcenas Owen Barnitz Lisa Barrett David Bass James Batory David Baxter Holly Beahm Wesley Beck Raul Bedoya John Bennett Lori Bennett Amy Berlin Eleanor Berry Terri Bestervelt Libby Blacklidge Robert Bly David Bockstahler Michelle Boculac Lori Bradbury Michael Bradley Rick Brandt Michael Brannon Brian Bratter Valerie Brewer Michael Broderick Sophomores:227 m Carla Brown Craig Brown Debra Brown Coney Burgess Karen Busey Michele Butler Leonard Byrd Kevin Cain Chris Campana John Cannon Janice Carey Joanne Carney Paula Carper Christopher Carton nancy Caviness Edward Cerrato Mark Chasey Deborah Chadwell Sandy Chipley Candice Christensen 228: Sophomores ' .!.! , l m Douglas Clark Pamela Clark Mark dayman Andrew Cleaver Shelley Coghill Heidi Conrad Stephanie Conner D ' arcy Connors Oliver Cook Elizabeth Cooksey William Cordes Melanie Courtoy Lesly Cousins Laura Cox Bill Crocker David Crum Steven Crump Robert Cuff Christopher Culmer Douglas Curry Cheryl Custer Jody Dale Carrie Dalton Elizabeth D Andrea Kimberly Danielewicz Christopher Danos Michael Davis Cynara Debevec Scott Deeds Caroline Deen Karen Delaney Timothy Delikat George Demmy Pamela Denison Maria Dicenzo Sophomores:229 Michael Dickman James D ' Loughy James Dodd Alison Doeren Curtis Donovan Patricia Douglas William Douglass Vonnie Downey Edward Dubiel Nancy Duke Judy Dunn April Durrence Jeannine Dwyer Tom Elliot Kristen Engelsen Annette Erickson Michael Farnham Karen Feller Valerie Fett Larry Figueredo Paul Findling Frederick Fisher Julie Fitzpatrick Rick Flores James Foran m- Carolyn Ford %■ " 230:Sophomores Jonathan Fox Elizabeth Fraser Lisa Frisbie Dawn Gallant Kimberly Qass Deborah Qeller Michele Germann Lisa Gerspacher Joseph Glaser Michael Glotfelty Harry Good Deborah Goodwin Christine Goupil Holly Graham Tom Gram Charles Griggs Peter Grigsby Brian Groff Michael Grossman Tracey Hacking Melissa Haggard Fred Hammond John Hand Allen Hannigan Leslie Hannon Jennifer Hansen Sophomores:231 Natalie McCarthy Jane McClure Katrina McCormick Karen McCurdy Robert McDeavitt Bruce McDonald Patrick McQee Carolyn McHugh Terri McKendrick Roy McKenzie Michelle McMullen Lorraine Messina nancy Meyers John Michael Gail Middleton Thomas Milano Scott Milleman Kimberly Miller Maureen Miracle John Mitrione 234:Sophomores Emory Mixon Steve Moranos ., John 5. Morgan Nicole Morgan Kimberly Morris Lisa Hall Jocelyn Hapier Jodee nelson Jean Newman Amy newsome Sharon Norwillo Anthony Novoth Thomas Odiorne Douglas O Donnell Paul Ohsato Sophomores:235 Susan Olshever Dawn O ' Neal Sara Olson Yoshiko Oshida Jennifer Page Carla Papendick Donna Patterson Byron Pempeck Cameron Perkins Adrianne Perraud d Patrick Perrotta Diana Peters Demi Pfister Lisa Philbeck Michael Pilapil Kathryn Pitre Thomas Pittard Kelly Plumlee Brian Polstra Laura Pontius Jennifer Price Laura Price Darcy Prosser Courtenay Rector Joanne Rees Julia Reese 236: Sophomores " f l " l U l (,. Jessica Regis Charles Rentz Sherri Riccio Kelly Richardson Jesse Ritter Lisa Rodriguez Sandra Roeder Kimberly Rogers Lynn Rogers Brandon Romine Monique Russell Paul Russell Juan Saavedra Rolando Sanz-Querrero Craig Schiller Amy Seddon Lynn Seese Rena Seibert Robert Sekula Diana Seymour Janine Sganga David Sheffield Sandra Shewmake Valerie Shipper Brian Shriner Qina Shular Sophomores:237 Jennifer Simon Steven Smedley Stoney Smith Laura Soule Walter Spaulding Frank Spencer Bernhard Spiess Patrick Sokolowski Glen Spivey Dorothy Stankewitz Chris Steiner Shelley Stewart Melissa Stoddard James Stoker DarreH Stokes Roger Stone Elizabeth Strapp Trent Strauch Frank Strazzulla Beth Swartzmiller Laurent Tanner Brian Taylor Frank Taylor Dale Tedder Amy Throgmorton Susan Timmins Joseph Tiseo Robert Torrington Chris Townsend Charles Trembly David Troester Mary True Lon Turner Pamela Turner Karin Van de Kerkhof yr % y % sfe » (W) l » c 238:Sophomores Alan Vanwinkle Deena Venos Frank Vitek Daniel Walker John Walter Sheila Warren Steven Wellslager Dan White Mary C. White Lesley Whitehead Eric Wibert John Wieber Carol Wiggins Pamela Wiggins Glenn Wilkes Delores Williams Cindy Wilson Kathryn Wilson Jennifer Winters Susan Wolfe Sophomores:239 Peter Woodland Mark Woodruff Veronica Wozniak Daniel Wulf Holly Wurtz Carol Wyatt Robert Wyatt Cecilia Yarbrough Robert Yost Daniel Zeisler 240:Sophomores J- .l - ,J " . t . v I lIV I -. Chipley Sophomores:241 um i BHHHH Sophomores:243 mm FRESHMEN John Grove, Male Senator, Alan Redstone, President, Stephanie Chaffee, Female Senator 244:Freshmen David Abbey Elizabeth Adams Rene Alexander Richard Alexander William Allbritton Christopher Allen Kimberly Allen James Ambrose Mans Anderson Mark Anderson Stephanie Anderson Jon Arkelian Megan Arthur Petra Asshoff Herman Autry Robert Bailey Michael Bair Stephanie Ball Demara Barbour Kelly Barnes Gary Barnett Lennie Barrand Russell Barrett Christopher Barth riatalie Barton Ross Baumes Todd Bavol Kimbe rly Beistel Roy Belair Laura Bell Robert Benoit William Bergquist Charles Berson Bryan Beswick Matthew Biagiotti Freshmen:245 •Cheryl Blackburn Debra Bohlander Joseph Borsdan Michael Bourque John Bowman Douglas Brady Maria Bravetti Tana Brazelton James Braziel Meal Bretz Cindy Bricker Hope Bright Donald Brittenham Gary Bronat Douglas Brooks Carol Brown Leigh Bua John Buckley William Buckley Charles Burge Todd Burke Tanya Burner Frank Buzzanca Elizabeth Cahill Johnna Calandros Ange.a Cardwell 246: Freshmen Laura Carey Courtney Carlos Matthew Carrier Jeanette Carrigo Joanna Carton Pamela Caswell Marsha Cates Christine Cerrato Stephanie Chaffee Vikki Christianson Mark Ciocco Basil Clair Cheryl Cohen John Colabelli Tracey Cole Kyle Colle Kelly Collins Thomas Condo Shauna Conley Martin Conner Carla Conte Lisa Coonrad Jean Corr April Cosgrove Joseph Costello nancy Crandall J Freshmen:247 Deborah Crawford Linda Lee Cresse Anne Cretella Joseph Cretella Michelle Crook Lisa Cunningham Christine Curran Christine Currier Audra Cutis Suzanne Dale Mary Daly Elmer Daniels Heather Davis Jeffery Davis Michelle Davis Bethann Debree William Deen Michael Deignan Qlen Denigris Tammy DeSoto Kathi Deter Alyse DeWitt Adam Difilippo William Disenso Sylvia Dodge Thomas Dollenmayer John Druffel Lawrence Drummond Alice Dulaney Karen Dunstan Peggy Dyas Mary Dzubin Donna Easlick Kenneth Easlick Ann Edgcomb 248: Freshmen Q (%Q 4i Nary Eidge Lisa Elliot John Ellis Amy Ennis Konda Ergenbright Michael Evanko Elizabeth Everett Alan Evertsz Cynthia Fahey Merri Fair Mary Ferry William Filson Richard Finlayson Ronald Firestone William Fish Mindi Fitch Bernard Fitzhugh Diane Fitzpatrick Robert Flagg Heidi Florand Fresh men: 249 Kristina Holmbeck Cristy Hooks Cyrene Hooper Sandra Hale John Hall Robert Hammond Patrick Hannigan Janet Hardy Susan Harrell Robin Harrington Peter Harris Julie Hart Shanna Hastings Curt Haug Michael Hayes Gregory Hearn Lisa Heilig Laura Heintz Susan Heller Augusta Henley Andrew Hernan Lisa Herrington James Heydt Michael Higgs Walter Hill Jeffrey Hill John Hill Linmarie Miller Jennifer Hopely Brad Hopkins Kelly Horner William Howard John Hudek David Huffman Deborah Hughes Kathleen Hughes Bradford Huntington Beth-Anne Hurt ' Kimberly Hutchins Real Huyghe Farrel Inman Matthew Iozzi John Jackson Michele Jackson Raymond Jackson Lowell Jaudon Michelle Jaworski Brian Jehle 252: Freshmen Montgomery Jenkins Cheryl Joe Bonnie Johnson Calvin Johnson Karol Johnson Keith Johnson Ronda Johnston Colleen Jolicoeur Karyn Jones William Jones Charles Kaelin Raymond Kahn Roger Kale Kris Kearney Maya Keeler Kym Kilgore Hitoshi Kimura Mary ' King Jodi Koons David Korwin Fresh men: 253 Linda Kouba Howard Krause Lizbeth Kreidler Stayce Krug Richard Kryzyniski Karen Lake Julie Lamm Ryan Lane Christine Lao Laura Laraway Timothy Lare Karen Larson Steven Larson Kevin Leander Sandra Leber John Legg Joseph Leithead Edward Leonardi Mark Lester Jacquelin Levay JoAnn Libby Craig Liberatore Donna Liloia Mary Lindsay Peter Little Timothy Littler Terri Lloyd John Long Isabel Lorenzo Christopher Lowe Stephen Loyd Joseph Lucas Scott Lutz Cathleen Mack Robert Madden 4 fe4Tfc 254: Freshmen Batista Madonia Diana Magarino Scott Mahnken Frederick Main Robert Maloney Pamela Mamorsky Gary Mann Scott Manthome Michael Marczak Nicholas Marolda Michael Marsh Stephen Martino Pamela Maslanka Susan Mason Charles Massa Lisa Mathley Jennifer Matthews Joseph Matras John Mauro Katherine Mays Freshmen:255 Kyle McBride Natalie McCracken Todd McDaniel Alisa McDonald Dennis McGinley Susan McQinnis Charles McKnight Laurel McNew Marci McNiemey Steven McQuade Susan Mears Emily Mentry Colbey Mesenberg Wendy Meyer Debby Milgate Michael Miller Paula Miller Shawn Milliken Daniel Mills Michael Mills Stuart Minton Lisa Mischley Karyn Misiaszek Robert Mitchell Stephen Mitchell James Moffltt 256:Freshmen Michael Murphy Richard Murphy ™ Debbie Musser Thomas Newberry Laura Newell Freshmen:257 Pamela Roberts Steven Robertson Cynthia Robillard Richard Pfeffer Molly Pinson Jim Placet Michele Plante Jody Plyler Roman Polivka Kimberly Powell Jeffrey Pringle James Procanik Amy Praugh Gen evieve Pund Alyson Pyle Lisa Quattlebaum Qrady Query Andrew Raab Cheryl Ranson Wendy Ranson Tanya Rawlins Kelly Ready Lee Reale Michelle Reaume Alan Redstone Diane Rees Jon Reynolds Timothy Rice 260: Freshmen John Secunda Mandi Settlemire Steven Sheehan Kimberly Sheffield Cynthia Sheldon Richard Shepard India Sheppard Catherine Sheridan Gregory Shiver Jill Shumway Christine Sidell Stacey Silvis Roy Simmen Edward Sisko Richard Sloan James Smith Stacy Smith Tracey Smith Barbara Smythe Tory Snyder fresh men: 261 Kimberly Sobeck Elizabeth Spears Kimberly Spragins Keith Spresser Jill Standifer Jane Stephenson Cheryl Sterner Christopher Stone Deborah Stovall Jon Strathmeyer Susan Street Michelle Strickland Daniel Stumpfl Jill Summers Joy Swanson Amanda Swisher Bret Sypniewski Jill Taylor June Taylor Ronald Taylor Roy Terry Janice Thomas Kristine Thomas Dale Thompson Jessica Thornton Carol Tickel Scott Tilbrook Michael Tillner April Tolman Ester Tomcykowski Pamela True Traci Tucker Stephen Turner Jacqueline Umstadter Kimberly Usa 262: Freshmen Michael Vail Michael Veno Sonia Villetti David Volz Jeffrey Voth Andrea Wade riorman Wade Molijane Wahl Cathy Walker Eva Wall Heather Walls Jerome Webb Bradley Weber Faith Weech Kelly Whelan Dixie Wherrell Pamela Whitford Tracey Whitmoyer William Wilcox Rachel Wilder Jean Williams Lisa Williams William Wilson Peter Witkowski Ben Witten Wendell Witten Brenda Wood Denise Wood Shannon Woods Michael Wright Robert Wrigh t Amy Wyllie Susan Yeilding David Zack Elizabeth Zinn Freshmen:263 wmm INDEX . . Aa Abbett, Leon 142, 188 Abbey, David 245 Abercrombie, Jonnie 68, 69 Adair Jr., Tom 60, 136, 188 Adams, Elizabeth 245 Adkisson, Sally 84, 211 Ake, David 142, 188 Albino, Christine 188 Albritton, Alvo 188 Albritton, Carla 188 Aldrich, Peter 134 Alexander, Rene 245 Alexander, Richard 245 Alexin, Kristin 227 Alford, Jay 146, 188 Allbritton, William 245 Allegro, James 103, 227 Allen, Todd 142, 188 Allen, Christopher 88, 245 Allen, Elizabeth 60, 77, 128, 210 Allen, Kimberly 245 Almond, Terrie 132, 188 Alo, Layla 132, 188 Altman, Mark 81, 188 Ambrose, James 245 Amick IlUim Donald 78, 83, 136, 188 Anderson, Andrew 148, 211 Anderson, Hans 245 Anderson, Ira L eslie 66, 188 Anderson, Mark 245 Anderson, Stephanie 245 Andrews II, James 80, 188 Angelino, Joseph P. 211 Angelo, Robert 227 Ankenbrandt, Jerome 144, 188 Ansotequi, Marlene 98, 227 Arguelles, Fernando 88 Arkelian, Jon 245 Armbrester, Jeanine 188 Arndt, Regina 68, 211 Arnold, Andrea 227 Arthur, Megan 66, 245 Artman, Sanford 188 Ashcroft, Alex 142, 227 Asshoff, Petra 245 Auckland, Todd 88, 227 Augspurger, Lisa 227 Auld, Stephen 211 Austin, Lesley 68, 128, 211 Autry Jr., Herman 69, 245 Aycock, Robert 211 Bb Baggett, nancy 128, 189 Bailey, Alexandria 124, 227 Bailey, Barbara 211 Bailey, Robert 245 Bailey, Shannon 60, 126, 188 Bailey, Tracie 65, 66, 124, 189 Bailey II, Robert 48, 55, 56, 71, 109, 144, 188 Bair, Michael 245 Baker, Anthony 211 Baker, Laurita 189 Ball, Stephanie 104, 245 Ball, William 49, 55, 134, 211 Ballard, James 227 Banta, Lisanne 66, 79, 189 Barber, Deborah 61 Barbour, Demara 245 Barcenas, Charlene 60, 65, 71, 75, 227 Barger, Deonne 74, 211 Barger, Steven 146, 189 Barnes, Kelly 245 Barnett, Gary 103, 245 Barnitz, Owen 227 Barrand, Lennie 83, 245 Barrett, Lisa 79, 80, 227 Barrett, Russell 69, 245 Barth, Christopher 245 Barton, Natalie 245 Basey, Tami 79, 189 Bass, David 81, 146, 227 Bateman, Robert 78, 136, 189 Batman, David 148, 189 Batory, James 146, 227 Baumes, Ross 103, 245 Bavol, Todd 245 Baxter, David 60, 77, 227 Beahm, Holly 71, 227 Beck, David 144, 189 Beck, Wesley 227 Becker, David 138 Becker Jr., Lawrence 189 Bedoya, Raul 88, 227 Beede, Donna 55, 64, 71, 128, 189 Beistel, Kimberly 245 Belair, Roy 245 Belanger, Lori 68, 77, 189 Bell, Laura 245 Bellamy, Jan-Annete 211 Belli, Caren 76, 189 Benner Jr., Jon 189 Bennett, John 68, 69, 189 Bennett, John 136, 227 Bennett, Lori 68, 130, 227 Benoit, Robert 245 Benson, Mark 146, 189 Bergquist, William 245 Bergstrom, Kimberly 60, 77, 85, 124, 189 Berlin, Amy 227 Beronja, Kurtis 142, 189 Berry, Eleanor 62, 69, 71, 130, 227 Berson, Charles 245 Bestervelt, Terri 227 Beswick, Bryan 245 Biagiotti, Matthew 245 Bianca, Christine 78, 189 Birge, Jeffrey 189 Bishop, P. Kye 211 Bistline, Jane 124, 211 Bivona, Joseph 66, 134, 211 Blackburn, Cheryl 246 Blacklidge, Libby 227 Blakeslee, nancy 189 Blevins, Elaina 67, 69, 211 Bly, Robert 227 Boayue, Charles 76 Bockstahler, David 227 Boculac, Michelle 98, 227 Bohlander, Debra 246 Bolger, Robert 140, 190 Borsdam, Joseph 68, 69, 246 3osshardt, James 66, 190 5ourque, Michael 246 Sowman, John 81, 103, 146, 246 5owman, Teresa 126, 153, 211 Bowman, Vicki 126, 211 Boyd, Lorene 124, 190 Brackman 111, Lee 144, 190 Brackman Jr., John 211 Bradbury, Lori 227 Bradley, Lynn 126 Bradley, Michael 190 Bradley, Michael 227 Brady, Daniel 148, 211, 246 Brady, Douglas 148 Bramley, Betsy 124,, 190 Brand 111, Eddie 211 Brandfass, Jane 55, 76, 128, 190 Brandis, Hope 84, 122, 211 Brandt, Rick 227 Brannon, Michael 227 Bratter, Brian 142, 227 Bravetti, Maria 246 Brazelton, Tana 246 Braziel, James 246 Bretz, Neal 73, 246 Brewer, Valerie 227 Bricker, Cindy 246 Bridges, Marie 67, 69, 71, 211 Briggs 111, John 146, 211 Bright, Hope 68, 246 Brittenham Jr., Donald 67, 69, 70, 246 Broderick, Michael 110, 227 Bronat, Gary 246 Brooks, Douglas 246 Brower, Laura 80, 211 Brown, Carla 96, 228 Brown, Carol 246 Brown, Craig 136, 228 Brown, Debra 130, 228 Brown, Jonathan 110, 190 Brown, Mary 190 Brown, Rhonda 211 Bruch, Diana 132, 190 Brumbaugh, Shawn 126, 211 Bryan, Diana 190 Bryan, Margaret 190 Bua, Jeffrey 134, 211 Bua, Leigh 246 Buck, Lisa 190 Buckley, John 92, 246 Buckley, William 92, 246 Bucy, Annmarie 122, 190 Budweiser, Craig 134, 211 Buhrman, Ansel 190 Burback, Pamela 65, 190 Burch, Kathy 82, 211 Burge Jr., Charles 246 Burgess Jr., C. Coney 75, 146, 226, 228 Burke. Donald 88 Burke, Todd 246 Burkey, Dean 71, 190 Burner, Tanya 61, 71, 246 Burnett, Claude 67, 68, 69, 190 Bumette, Randi 56, 62, 63, 122, 211 Burruss, Charles 70, 75, 211 Busey, Karen 60, 228 Butler, Michele 228 Buttram, Julie 190 Buzza, Mark 80, 211 Buzzanca, Frank 144, 246 Byrd, Leonard 228 Byrd, Patricia 77, 190 Cc Cade, Lala 71, 128, 191 Cadott, James 152, 191 Cahill, Elizabeth 246 Cain, Kevin 228 Caithness, Mark 191 Calandros, Johnna 246 Caldwell, Debra 78, 191 Callahan, Susan 130, 191 Cameron, Michael 81, 211 264:Index Cameron Jr., Harold 191 Campana. Chris 148, 228 Campana, Kichard 82, 148, 191 Campbell, Christine 212 Campo, Pamela 47, 55, 56, 64, 78, 124, 191 Cannon, John 136. 228 Cardwell, Angela 246 Carey, Janice 228 Carey, Laura 247 Carlos, Chris 142, 247 Carlson, Casey 191 Carlson, Edwin 191 Carlson, Kletta 191 Carney, Joanne 68, 228 Carpenter, John 88 Carper, Paula 128, 228 Carrera, Paige 84, 212 Carrier, K. Matthew 247 Carrigo, Jeanette 61, 73, 247 Carrion, Maritza 71, 73, 79, 212 Carroll, Clare 191 Carroll, James 146, 191 Carson, Kelly 96. 191 Carson, Timothy 146, 212 Carson, Vera 63, 66, 132, 212 Carter, Monte 81, 212 Carton. Christopher 152, 228 Carton, Joanne 247 Carver, Vickie 47 Castor, Stanley 62, 79, 80, 212 Castor, Stephen 79, 80, 212 Caswell, Pamela 247 Cates, Karen 212 Cates, Marsha 247 Cating, Hugh 212 Caviness, nancy 126, 228 Cedarburg, John 144 Cerrato, Christine 247 Cerrato, Edward 67, 68, 69, 150. 228 Chadwell, Deborah 84, 228 Chaffee, Stephanie 244, 247 Chappell, Scott 78, 136, 191 Chasey, Mark 88, 148, 228 Cheshire, Kenneth 56, 62, 67, 68, 74, 212 Chill, Bradley 212 Chipley, Debra 84, 132. 191 Chipley, Sandra 132, 228 Chisholm, Patrick 100, 191 Chormann , Susan 126, 191 Christensen, Candice 228 Christianson, Vikki 247 Chudik, Ann 130, 191 Ciocco, Mark 247 Clair Jr, Basil 247 Clanton, Keith 67, 69, 70, 136, 191 Clark, Douglas 69, 229 Clark, Pamela 229 Clark, Susan 73, 75, 192 Claughton, Pamela 212 Clawson, Patrick 110, 192 dayman. Mark 88. 229 Cleaver,, Andrew 67, 69 70, 229 Coffman. Douglas 140, 212 Coghill, Shelley 98. 229 Cohen. Cheryl 247 Cohill, Victoria 192 Colabelli. John 247 Colacini. Laurie 61. 126, 210, 212 Cole, Tracy 247 Coleman, Robin 212 Colle, Kyle 79, 247 Collins, Janet 79, 132, 192 Collins, Kelly 60, 247 Condo, Thomas 247 Conley, Shauna 68, 247 Conner, Stephanie 73, 229 Conner Jr., Martin 247 Connors, D Arcy 122, 229 Conrad, Heidi 229 Conte, Carla 60, 247 Cook, Dale 146 Cook IV, Greg 73, 229 Cooksey, Elizabeth 77. 122. 229 Coonrad, Lisa 247 Coppola, James 79, 212 Cordes, William 110, 229 Corr, Jean 75, 247 Corrigan, Teresa 76, 122, 192 Cosgrove, April 247 Costello, Joseph 74, 247 Counter, Charles 192 Courtoy, Melanie 126, 229 Cousins, Lesly 229 Cowden, Angela 79, 80, 192 Cox, Laura 71, 73, 229 Cox, Lee 124, 212 Crandall. nancy 247 Crawford, Deborah 71. 248 Crawford. Michael 136. 192 Creese, Linda 248 Crenshaw, Michelle 56, 67, 192 Cretella, Anne 248 Cretella III, Joseph 248 Crikis, Charles 79, 212 Crocker, William 144, 229 Croft, Kimberly 212 Crone, Barbara 67, 69, 70, 213 Crook, Michelle 69, 248 Crosby, Steven 84, 134, 192 Crotts, Curtis 70, 72, 192 Crowe, Mary 67, 68, 69 Crowley, John 213 Crum Jr., David 229 Crump, Steven 81, 134, 229 Cuff Jr., Robert 88, 229 Culver, Christopher 229 Cunningham, Julia 62, 69, 192 Cunningham, Lisa Ann 248 Curran, Christine 248 Curran, Robert 142 Currier, Christine 71, 248 Curry, Dennis 146, 213 Curry, Douglas 73, 229 Cutis, Audra 248 Custer, Cheryl 61, 128, 229 Cuthbertson, Milbre 213 Dd Dale, Jody 136, 229 Dale, Suzanne 60, 248 Dalton, Carrie 229 Dalton, Steven 213 Daly, Mary 248 D Andrea, Elizabeth 60, 229 Danielewicz, Kimberly 96, 229 Daniels. Elmer 248 Danos, Christopher 144, 229 Danson, Stephanie 122, 192 Davis, David 81 Davis, Heather 248 Davis. Jeffery 248 Davis, Michael 66, 136, 229 Davis, Michelle 248 Davis, Timothy 192 Dawson, Marco 101, 152, 192 Dean, Angelia 71 Debevec, Cynara 229 Debree. Bethann 248 Deeds. Scott 146, 229 Deen, Caroline 124. 229 Deen, William 248 Degroot, Colleen 106. 213 Deibler. David 68, 69, 213 Deignan, Michael 248 Delaney, Karen 122, 229 Delikat, Timothy 229 Deloach, Dana 96, 98, 132, 192 Deloach, Laurie 213 Demmy, Ellen 80, 213 Demmy Jr., George 80, 229 Dcnigris, Glen 248 Denison, Pamela 229 Denson, Todd 55, 76, 140, 192 Derr, Terry 45, 47, 55, 57, 62. 74. 124. 208 Desmarais. James 213 Desoto, Tammy 248 Desmond, Timothy 77, 131. 192 Desplinter. Jill 128. 192 Deter, Kathi 248 Devoss, Dawn 71, 213 Dewitt, Alyse 248 Dewitt, Stephen 85, 136. 192 Diamond, Richard 213 Dicenzo, Maria 229 Dickens, Paul 213 Dickman, Michael 144, 230 Difilippo. Adam 248 Digregory, Martin 134, 213 Dillmore, Philip 88, 213 Dinkins, Lois 82, 128, 193 Disbro, Kimberly 96, 213 Disenso, William 248 Dismuke, Lesley 193 Dloughy, James 61, 65, 71. 83. 226. 230 Doane, nancy 55. 69. 128, 193 Dodd, Douglas 62, 71, 73, 210, 213 Dodd, James 60, 61, 1 36. 230 Dodge. Sylvia 248 Doeren, Alison 65, 79, 230 Dollenmayer, Stephen 73, 136 Dollenmayer. Thomas 248 Donovan, Curtis 100, 230 Doppelheuer, Kelly 193 Dort, Andrea 213 Dossett, Caroline 126, 193 Douglas, Patricia 230 Douglass, William 80, 230 Dowdie, Stephen 74, 193 Downey, Vonnie 67, 68, 69, 230 Driskell. Deborah 56, 62, 67, 68, 69. 193 Driskell. Susan 193 Druffel, John 248 Drummond, Lawrence 83, 248 Dubiel, Edward 230 Dudman, William 138, 213 Duell, Evelyn 130, 193 Duke, nancy 230 Dukes, Claire 128, 193 Dulaney, Alice 68, 71, 248 Dunker, Gretchen 122. 213 Dunlap, Gilbert 81, 213 Dunlap. Sheryl 82. 193 Dunn, Judy 69, 128, 230 Dunstan, Karen 73. 248 Durrance, Cindy 122. 193 Durrence, April 65. 230 Dwyer, Jeannine 230 Dyas. Peggy 96, 248 Dye, Kristin 126. 213 Dyer, Keith 56. 62. 68. 193 Dynarski. Robert 64, 148. 193 Dziedzic 111. John 83. 193 Dzubin. Mary 124, 248 Index:265 INDEX . . Ee Easlick, Donna 248 Easlick, Kenneth 248 Eckart, Teresa 79, 193 Eddy, Lorelei 193 Eddy, Thomas 61, 193 Edgcomb, Ann 248 Eidge, Mary 249 Elkins, Daphne 213 Elliott, Lisa 249 Elliott, Tom 152, 230 Ellis, Margaret 193 Ellis IV, John 249 Elrod, Ronald 136, 193 Embler, Suellen 213 Emond, Lee 83, 194 Engel, Denise 194 Engelsen, Kristin 71, 74, 230 Ennis, Amy 249 Ergenbright, Konda 249 Erickson, Annette 60, 230 Ernst, Susan 128, 194 Erwin, Kathy 124, 194 Evanko, Michael 249 Evans, Alejandra 122, 194 Evans, Robert 144, 194 Evans, Tamara 213 Everett, Elizabeth 249 Evertsz, Alan 76, 249 Ff Eagan, Douglas 134, 213 Fahey, Cynthia 249 Fardon. Donald 76, 100 Farnham, Michael 230 Farr, Merri 71, 249 Fee, Jill 68, 69, 213 Feller, Karen 68, 230 Ferguson, Ann 124, 194 Fernandez, Glen 88 Fett, Valerie 230 Field, Daniel 83, 194 Field, Holly 124, 194 Figueiredo, Larry 66, 75, 144, 230 Fillingim, Julia 213 Filson, William 249 Findling, Paul 103, 148, 230 Fink, Keli 213 Finlayson, Richard 249 Firestone, Ronald 249 Fischbach, Susan 213 Fish II, William 249 Fishbaugh, Kathleen 46, 106, 122, 194 Fisher, Frederick 230 Fisher, nancy 64, 130, 213 Fitch, Mindi 106, 249 Fitzhugh, Bernard 249 Fitzpatrick, Diane 61, 249 Fitzpatrick, Julie 230 Flagg Jr., Robert 249 Fletcher, Pamela 194 Florano, Heidi 249 Flores, Rick 138, 230 Flynn, Thomas 134, 213 Fogarty, Christopher 250 Foget, Matthew 250 Folker, Emily 213 Folmar, Jacqueline 66, 106, 250 Fontana, Christine 84, 250 Foran, James 146, 230 Ford, Carolyn 230 Ford, Shannon 126, 194 Fordham, Teresa 194 Forsett, Marcia 61, 194 Fox, Jonathan 71, 136, 231 Frainey, Katie 250 Francis, Gregory 250 Frank, Catherine 194 Franklin, Staci 79. 80 Frappollo, Daniel 250 Fraser, Elizabeth 231 Freebern, Douglas 66, 110, 148, 213 Freeman, Jefferson 250 Freeman, Nathan 138, 194 Freligh, Cheryl 250 Friar, Eric 250 Frisbie, Lisa 98,231 Fugett, Mark 152, 213 Fulcher, Richard A. 250 Futch, James 80, 194 Qg Gage, Gerrie 194 Gagliano, Leyla 214 Gainer, Suzanne 65, 126, 194 Gaiser, Ann 194 Gallant, Dawn 128, 231 Gamble, Robert 250 Gannon, Christine 74, 132, 214 Garcia, Sam 66, 142, 195 Garner, Dawn 122, 195 Gartrell, James 69 Gass, Kimberly 231 Geiger, Ann 122, 195 Gelb, James 88, 214 Geller, Deborah 74, 231 Gentile, Michael 152, 195 Germann, Michele 231 Gerspacher, Lisa 126, 231 Getchius, Tammy 250 Geyer, Melissa 250 Gibbs III, Richard 148, 214 Gillan, Darrell 83 Gillich, Donald 109. 250 Gillie, James 250 Gilmore, Terrance 88, 148, 214 Gines, Jeffrey 146, 214 Girardin, Edward 250 Girardin, Louis 144 Girardin, Lynn 132, 195 Glaser, Joseph 146, 231 Glass, Rebecca 63, 70, 195 Glotfelty, Michael 231 Gogerty, Marcie 124, 214 Gong II, Joseph 134, 195 Good, Frank 71, 88, 231 Goodwin, Deborah 98, 106, 231 Gotsch, Louis 78, 81, 136, 195 Goupil, Christine 231 Govoni, Brian 250 Graham, Holly 231 Graham Jr., Joseph 146, 214 Gram, Tom 152 Grant, Brenda 84 Grant, Sally 250 Grant, Thomas 134 Gray, Beverly 250 Grayson, Douglas 142 Green, Deborah 124, 195 Green, Lauralee 195 Greer, Alison 63, 124, 214 Greig, Beth 106, 250 Grey, Christopher 250 Griffeth, Angela 109, 250 Griggs III, Charles 148, 231 Grigsby, Peter 67, 68, 231 Groff, Brian 142, 231 Grossman, Michael 231 Grove, Jacquelyn 250 Grove, Jeffrey 49, 56, 61, 62, 63, 79, 136, 195 Grove, John 61, 65, 244, 250 Grover, Janet 250 Gruber, Dhays 122, 195 Gustoff, Thomas 63, 144, 214 Guthrie, Shannon 250 Guyer, Brian 110, 195 Gyori, Jr., Robert 92, 195 Hh Hacking, Tracey 75, 124, 231 Haggard, Melissa 231 Hgue, Katherine 250 Hagy, Jeffrey 250 Haines, Michael 250 Haire, Use 65 Haire, Tammy 77, 195 Hale, Debra 77, 109, 122, 195 Hale, Sandra 65, 68, 251 Hall. John 251 Hall. Tamera 195 Hallman, Teresa 195 Hamil III, Charles 71, 72, 73, 78, 195 Hammond, Elizabeth 130, 195 Hammond, Fred 103, 231 Hammond Jr., Robert 148, 251 Hand, John 71, 88, 231 Hankes II, William J. 60, 63, 77, 214 Hanlon, Karen 64, 122, 137,214 Hannigan, Allen 148, 231 Hannigan, Patrick 103, 148, 251 Hannon, Leslie 128, 231 Hansen, Jennifer 73, 122, 231 Hansen, Tesi 71, 196 Hanson, Glenn 92 Hardbower, Kristie 60, 77, 124, 232 Hardee, Cheryl 70, 71, 84, 232 Harden, Melanie 122, 214 Harder, Steven 214 Hardin, Ruth 132, 214 Hardman Jr., William 196 Hardy, Janet 251 Harkey, Margaret 196 Harrell, Susan 251 Marrington, Robin 61, 84, 251 Harris, Brainard 68, 69, 73, 214 Harris, James 85, 136, 232 Harris, Peter 251 Harrison, Leigh 196 Harrison, Ragan 136, 208 Hart, Julie 251 Hartery, Holly 214 Hartje, Eric 92, 196 Hartup, Bruce 232 Hastings, Shannon 251 Hatch, Lindsay 122, 214 Haug, Curt 251 Hauser, Beth 196 Hawkins, Scott 100 Hayes, Candace 196 Hayes, Kevin 196 266:Index Hayes, Michael 251 Mayes. Sandra 232 Hayes, Todd 196 Healey, Jeannine 70, 72, 84, 232 Hearn, Gregory 146, 251 Hegley, Lee 148 Heilig, Lisa 70, 251 Heilig, Richard 207 Heintz, Laura 71, 73, 251 Heitman, Diana 82, 196 Heitman, Donna 71, 232 Heller, Susan 251 Henderson, Jennifer 196 Hendley, Melissa 196 Hendren, Harold 81, 109, 196 Hendry, Allen 214 Henley, Augusta 251 Henry, Ken 88 Henry, Kimberly 81 Hernan, Andrew 251 Herndon, Janet 232 Herring, Stephen 232 Herrington, Lisa 84, 251 Hester, Katherine 56, 63, 68, 74, 132, 196 Hester, Kevin 100 Heydt, James 251 Hicks, Thomas 56, 70, 80, 196 Higgenbotham, Scott 215 Higgs, Michael 251 Mighley, David 196 Highnam, Gregory 196 Highnam, Pamela 83. 196 Hill, Brenda 232 Hill, Donna 47, 68, 78, 128, 196 Hill, Jeffrey 67, 69, 251 Hill, John 251 Hill, Walter 81, 134, 251 Hiller, Linmarie 71, 251 Hilton, Ann 196 Hippler, Clark 64, 66, 146, 215 Hirama, Misako 132, 197 Hitt, James 88, 251 Hoenig, Jeffrey 69, 251 Hoffman, John 63, 197 Holaday, Kevin 142, 197 Holb, Darla 60, 124, 197 Holder, Philip 92, 215 Holler III, Roger 134, 215 Hollis, Peggy 112, 251 Holmbeck, Kristina 251 Holt, Karina 65, 85, 124, 215 Hommerson, Cheryl 47, 130, 197 Hooks, Cristy 124, 251 Hooper, Cyrene 251 Hopely, Jennifer 252 Hopkins, Brad 252 Hopkins, Carter 146, 197 Horner, Kelly 252 Horner, Stan 215 Horton Jr., Edmond 215 Houk, Colin 144, 232 Howared, Mary 197 Howard, Susan 47, 56, 62, 77, 85, 132, 197 Howard, William 252 Howe, Ralph 100, 215 Hower, Maria 124. 144. 232 Hudek, John 252 Huffman, David 252 Hughes, Deborah 98, 252 Hughes, Kathleen 252 Huling, Jana 74, 197 Hamburg, Sharon 197 Humphrey, Leigh 62, 130, 232 Hunt, Jannie 47, 77, 128, 197 Huntington, Bradford 252 Hurd, Leigh Anne 124, 232 Hurd. Michael 197 Hurley, Carole 215 Hurst, Bill 142 Hurt, Beth-Anne 252 Mutchins, Kimberly 252 Huyghe, Real 252 Hyatt, Leslie 60, 232 Hyatt, Tim 150, 197 Ii Imathiu, Paul 71, 197 Ingram III, Bruce 197 Inman, Farrel 252 lozzi, Matthew 103 252 Irvine, Donald 197 Ivanyi, Beatrix 126 Iverson, Stephanie 62, 124, 232 Iwamura, Yugoro 134, 215 Izzo, Lori 72, 130, 215 Jj Jackson, John 252 Jackson, Lisa 56, 62, 63, 67, 128, 215 Jackson, Lisa 68, 232 Jackson, Michele 71, 79, 252 Jackson, Raymond 252 Jacoby, Judith 197 Jaffee, Glen 55, 140 197 Jago, Ann 57, 62, 63. 65, 67, 68, 124, 215 Jakes, Bill 232 Jakes, Jeffrey 136, 215 James, Bruce 215 James, David 146 James, Edward 81, 215 James, Gary 71, 146, 232 James, Scott 138, 215 Janzen, Lee 100, 197 Jarvie, James 215 Jasso, Gregory 215 Jasso, Michele 232 Jaudon Jr., Lowell 252 Jaworski, Michelle 84, 252 Jeeves, Coleen 130, 232 Jeffries, Cynthia 130, 197 Jehle, Brian 252 Jenkins, Ellis 232 Jenkins, Irene 64, 83, 132, 215 Jenkins, Freddie 100, 142, 216 Jenkins, Montgomery 253 Jenkins, Paula 198 Jenkins Jr., Dan 232 Jenks, William 80 Joe, Cheryl 253 Johnson, Bonnie 53 Johnson, Calvin 109, 253 Johnson, Colleen 122, 216 Johnson, Daryl 136, 232 Johnson, Jerry 92, 232 Johnson, Karol 70, 84, 253 Johnson, Keith 253 Johnson. Rosemarie 57, 62, 63, 65, 77, 216 Johnson, Sydney 124, 232 Johnson III, Clifford 144, 198 Johnson Jr.. Floyd 198 Johnston, Jeanne 71, 122, 216 Johnston, Ronda 253 Joiner, Todd 146, 198 Joiner, Howard 232 Jolicoeur, Colleen 61, 71, 85, 253 Jones, Clarke 81, 198 Jones. Daryl 62, 72, 136, 232 Jones, Karyn 253 Jones, Kimberly 216 Jones, Mary 216 Jones, Raegen 61, 64, 65, 132, 232 Jones, Susan 232 Jones, William 253 Julich, Jeffory 64, 81. 146, 216 Kk Kaelin, Charles 67, 69, 253 Kahn, Raymond 253 Kaiser, Rhonda 106, 232 Kalchbrenner, David 57, 62, 78, 82, 83, 210. 216 Kale, Roger 253 Kanitsch, Denise 61, 216 Kasch, Katherine 65, 112, 126, 216 Kay, Clinton 233 Kay, Karen 233 Kay, Kyle 144, 233 Kearney, Kristopher 92, 253 Keefe, Carol 233 Keefer, Christopher 64, 146, 198 Keeler, Maya 253 Keene, Betty 216 Keller, Petra 233 Kemp, Julie 216 Kempff, Melinda 122, 233 Kennedy, Elisa 124. 216 Kennedy, Ted 92, 198 Kenworthy, Robert 70, 72, 198 Kerber, Kerri 64, 77, 128, 216 Kern, Cheryl 128. 233 Kerner, Ellen 198 Kershner, Sabrina 63. 122, 216 Keyes, Melissa 124, 233 Kilgore, Kym 253 Killam, Judith 63, 132, 216 Killingsworth, Kevin 198 Kimball, Tamara 233 Kimura, Hitoshi 253 Kindred, Joanne 61, 64, 71, 130, 233 King, James 67, 69 King, Mary 253 Kirk, Catherine 124, 216 Klein, Don 142, 198 Knetsch, Margriet 126, 198 Knickerbocker, Jane 55, 126, 135, 198 Knight, Sue 198 Knowles, Richard 62, 109, 146, 208 Komer, Teri 96, 106, 233 Konsler, Judith 78, 82, 198 Koons, Jodi 61, 68, 253 Korbel, John 49. 57. 62, 71, 146, 198 Korwin, David 253 Kouba, Linda 254 Koutsaftes, Timothy 198 Kranendonk, Gary 144. 233 Kranick, Ken 198 Krasinski. Kimberley 73. 132, 198 Krause, Howard 254 Kreidler, Lizbeth 73, 254 Kreinbrink, James 63. 79. 136. 216 Krist. Paul 136. 216 Krug. Stayce 126, 254 Kryzynski, Richard 254 Kuhn, Albert 100 Kunde, Carrie 126, 198 Kurtgis, Michelle 98, 216 Index:267 uiDEX LI Ladzinski, Cheryl 65, 75, 126, 233 Lafauci, Paul 144, 199 Lain, Aileen 199 Laing, Donna 61, 76, 122 Lake, Karen 68, 254 Lambeth, Scott 81, 146, 233 Lamm, Julie 254 Lamoreaux, Wendy 63, 74, 75, 199 Lamparter, Keri 126 Landregan, Timothy 144, 233 Lane, Ryan 67, 69, 254 Lange, David 142 Langston, Karen 122, 233 Langston, Penelope 122, 199 Lantz, Dolores 199 Lao, Christina 254 Laraway, Laura 254 Lare, Timothy 254 Larson, Karen 68, 254 Larson, William 110, 144, 233 Lasch, Brian 138, 233 Laws, Rebecca 233 Layton, Steven 103, 254 Leander, Kevin 112, 254 Lebeau, James 146, 233 Leber, Ronald 199 Leber, Sandra 254 Legg, John 71, 254 Leithead Jr., Joseph 254 Lemasters, Mary 112, 122 Lenihan, Christina 60, 73, 85 Leonardi Jr., Edward 88, 254 Les 111, Walter 100, 148, 199 Lester, Mark 254 Levay, Jacqueline 254 Levy, Pearl 122, 217 Lewandowski, Brian 146, 217 Lewis, Beth 47, 77, 124, 199 Lewis, James 70, 76, 84, 217 Lewis, John 84, 199 Lewis, Rodney 217 Lewison, Kelly 224, 217 Libby, Jo Ann 72, 79, 254 Libby, Katherine 233 Liberatore, Craig 254 Liloia, Donna 254 Lindau Jr., Richard 134, 217 Lindell, nancy 217 Lindsay, Mary 68, 254 Lineberry, Kelson 63, 73, 134 Lippmann, Susan 66, 78, 82, 217 Little, Peter 70, 72, 79, 254 Little, Tracy 130, 217 Littler, Timothy 254 Lively, Amy 128, 199 Lloyd, Katheryn 104, 126, 217 Lloyd, Mary 104, 122, 199 Lloyd, Terri 254 Long, Cynthia 199 Long, David 217 Long, Jeannine 82, 199 Long, John 254 Long, Linda 217 Looney, Timothy 134, 217 Lorenzo, Isabel 104,254 Lott, Janine 76, 199 Lovell, Kelly 71, 233 Lowe, Chris 254 Loyd, Steven 254 Luby, Paul 73, 74 Lucas, Joseph 103, 254 Luke, Wade 57, 71, 92, 217 Lung, Rodney 88 Lutz, Scott 254 Lyman, Eric 60, 73, 136, 217 Lynch, Donna 128, 217 Lynch, Sherry 217 Lyon, Qigi 69, 75, 128, 199 Mm Macclellan, Marshall 61, 70, 72, 199 Maclntyre, Amy 126 Mack, Cathleen 71, 254 Mackinnon, Darcy 65, 71, 122, 233 MacLennan, Elise 47, 126, 199 Madden, Robert 67, 69, 254 Madonia 111, Bastista 255 Magarino, Diana 255 Mahnken, Scott 255 Maier, Joye 61, 65, 128, 233 Main, Fredrick 255 Major, Michelle 199 Malan, Robert 134, 217 Maloney, Robert 255 Mamorsky, Pamela 68, 255 Mangum, Christopher 68, 217 Maniscalco, Salvatore 55, 65, 68, 88, 138, 199 Manizza, Jacqueline 126 Mann, Gary 255 Manning, Eric 100, 152, 233 Manoli, James 138, 199 Manson, William 233 Manthorne, Scott 255 Marcouiller, Michael 109, 144, 200 Marczak, Michael 255 Marolda, Nicholas 255 Marotti, Lewis 88, 217 Marr III, Owen 81, 200 Marsh, Michael 68, 255 Martinez Jr., Johnnie 200 Martino, Stephen 88, 255 Martyn, Richard 200 Marvin, Sharon 200 Maslanka, Pamela 255 Mason, Susan 255 Massa II, Charles 61, 65, 255 Matay, Monica 128, 233 Matchett, Marci 132, 233 Mathis, Stephen 148, 233 Mathley, Lisa 71, 73, 255 Matras, Joseph 255 Matthews, Jennifer 255 Mattucci, Mike 100 Mauro, John 255 Mawer, Douglas 75, 83, 200 May, Allison 128, 217 May, Christie 128, 233 Mays, Katherine 255 Mazzei, Meal 103, 144, 200 McAlpin, Louise 98, 200 McBride, Kyle 256 McBurney, Kathleen 57, 67, 68, 74, 200 McCahan, Susan 233 McCarley, Patrick 49, 55, 57, 60, 64, 138, 200 McCarthy, Natalie 132, 234 McClellan, Melanie 200 McClure, Jane 124, 234 McCollum, Susan 200 McConkey, Ian 67, 69, 70, 79, 200 McCormick, Katrina 106, 234 McCracken, Natalie 256 McCraney, David 200 McCrerey, Roy 134, 217 McCullough, Albert 69, 70 McCurdy, Qretchen 66, 132 McCurdy, Karen 64, 73, 104, 122, 234 McDaniel, Todd 256 McDeavitt Jr., Robert 234 McDonald, Alisa 69, 70, 256 McDonald, Bruce 234 McDonald, Thomas 140, 200 McGee, Mary 63, 128, 217 McQee, Patrick 60, 234 McQinley, Dennis 92, 256 McQinnis, Susan 256 McQuire, Elizabeth 124, 200 McQuire, James 138, 200 McHugh, Carolyn 122, 234 Mclnnis, Janann 200 McKendrick, Terri 77, 234 McKenzie III, Roy 81, 234 McKinney, Franklin 110, 142, 200 McKnight, Charles 256 McLachlan, Bryan 200 McMullen, Michelle 122, 234 McNew, Laurel 256 McNiemey, Marci 256 McNulty, John 92, 133, 217 McNutt, Gregory 146, 201 McQuade, Stephen 256 Meakin, William 83, 134 Mears, Susan 256 Meister, Patricia 126, 201 Menendez, Nelson 201 Mentry, Emily 256 Mesenburg, Colbey 256 Messina, Lorraine 234 Meyer, Lauren 62, 128, 217 Meyer, Wendy 69, 256 Meyers, Nancy 234 Michael, Julie 201 Michael Jr., John 146, 234 Michel, Deborah 122, 218 Middleton, Gail 128, 234 Milano, Thomas 144, 234 Milgate, Deborah 68, 85. 256 Milleman, Scott 150, 234 Miller, Drew 88, 201 Miller, Kimberly 84, 124, 234 Miller, Michael 256 Miller, Paula 75, 256 Milliken, Shawn 256 Mills, Daniel 256 Mills, Michael 256 Miner II, Frank 218 Minton Jr., W. Stuart 256 Miracle, Maureen 234 Mischley, Lisa 256 Misiaszek, Karyn 256 Mitchell, Catina 218 Mitchell, James 129, 136, 201 Mitchell, Robert 69, 256 Mitchell, Stephen 256 Mitchell, Todd 218 Mitrione, John 138, 234 Mixner, David 76, 134, 218 Mixon, R. Emory 235 Moffitt, Walt 100, 256 Molloy, Donald 112, 257 Mongero, Trent 257 Monteleone, Vincent 146, 201 Montoya, Paul 152, 201 Moore, Ashley 257 Moore, Jeff 49, 63, 146, 201 Moore, Timothy 103 Moore, Tracy 84, 124, 218 Moore Jr., Leonard 73, 257 Moran, Michael 103, 257 Moranos, Steven 136, 235 268:Index Morcjon, Ana 126, 201 Morey. William 218 Morgan, Amy 201 Morgan. Debra 201 Morgan. John 134, 218 Morgan, Scott 150. 235 Morgan, Nicole 235 Morgan, Rebecca 65, 257 Morris, Craig 257 Morris, Kenneth 257 Morris, Kimberly 122, 235 Morrow, Matthew 73 Morse, Carrie 235 Mortillaro, J. Brian 144, 235 Morton III. James 257 Mosel, Tracey 257 Moser, Brent 257 Mosher, Jennifer 218 Mosher, Matthew 201 Mosley, Brian 257 Mossbarger, Maria 218 Motil, Timothy 257 Moulton, J. Chris 257 Moulton, Kathryn 60, 126, 218 Moyar, Leslie 66, 84, 257 Muck, Stacey 126, 235 Mulford, Julie 71. 122, 218 Mulford, Timothy 146, 201 Mundinger, Linda 258 Murphy, Jennifer 258 Murphy, Marcene 258 Murphy, Martin 258 Murphy, Maureen 128, 218 Murphy, Michael 258 Murphy, Richard 258 Murphy Jr., James 152, 235 Murphy Jr., Lewis 64, 144, 257 Musser, Debbie 84, 258 Myers, Mark 81, 134, 235 Nowak, Marsha 218 Nowak. Sally 98, 258 Nutt, Jodi 132, 201 Nn Nalepa, Laura 218 Mall. Lisa 235 Mapier, Jocelyn 235 napier, Kimberly 122, 201 Nase. Stephanie 126, 218 Mash, Rebecca 67, 68, 218 nations, Donald 71, 201 nelson, Jodee 235 newberry, Thomas 257 Newell, Cynthia 47, 57, 62, 65, 201 Newell, Laura 71, 79, 257 Newman, Jean 235 Newman, Julia 258 Newman, Scott 258 Newsome, Amy 61, 62, 69, 226, 235 Newsome, Delana 124, 218 Newsome, Kay 258 Nichols, J. William 208 Nicholson, Robert 55, 142, 201 Nippes, Carol 258 Nissen, Melinda 60, 218 Nissen Jr., Franklin 258 Nolen, Kimberly 258 Norman, Angela 258 Non-is. April 63, 130, 218 Norris, Kimber 126 Norris, William 110, 258 Norton, Eve 76, 201 Norton, Joseph 258 Norwillo, Sharon 132, 235 Novoth, Anthony 138, 235 Oo O ' Brien, Peggy 60, 63, 128, 202 O Brien, Michele 61, 258 Odermatt. Michele 98, 218 O ' Diome, Thomas 140, 235 Odom, Leigh 77, 122, 202 Odom, Lucile 258 Odonnell, Douglas 235 Ohsato, Paul 235 Oliva, Susan 126, 202 Olivieri, Renee 258 Olivo, Monica 258 Olshever, Susan 236 Olson, Joe 258 Olson, Sara 236 Oneal, Dawn 236 Orth, Lisa 258 Oshida, Yoshiko 69, 236 Osmer, Lisa 132, 202 Osterhout, Tiffany 61, 75, 258 Otto, Heidi 258 Otto, Mark 68 Owen, Jeanette 79, 80, 132, 218 Pp Padgett, Ann 126, 218 Padro, Thomas 62, 136, 202 Page, Jennifer 236 Pah I, Kris 103, 148, 202 Palmer, Christine 106, 218 Palmer, Elizabeth 258 Palmer, Robyn 77, 218 Pandolfi, Scott 152, 258 Pansier, Colleen 218 Papendick, Carla 124, 236 Pappas Jr., George 258 Parker, Cheryl 71, 128, 202 Parker, Kathy 258 Parker, Kenneth 71, 81, 202 Parks, Allan 202 Parks. Nanci 96, 258 Parkulo, David 88, 202 Pasos, Carolyn 57, 62, 71, 83, 122, 202 Pasos, Elba 71, 83, 218 Patarini III, Valentiner 202 Patterson, Donna 106, 236 Patterson, Toby 218 Paugh, Deborah 258 Paugh, Rachel 258 Paukovits, Matthew 258 Paullin. Laurie 202 Peacock, Amy 218 Peacock. Frank 138, 219 Pearcy, John 258 Pehrson, James 71 Pempek, Byron 67, 69, 236 Penrod, Jill 258 Pera, Scott 258 Perdue, Michelle 202 Perkins, Cameron 136, 236 Perraud, Adrianne 236 Perrotta, Pat 146, 236 Pessini, Debra 126, 139, 219 Peters, Diana 79, 236 Petro, Laura 258 Pettegrew, Jill 71, 258 Pfeffer, Richard 259 Pfister, Demi 122, 236 Pharo, Kenneth 150, 202 Philbeck, Lisa 236 Pierce, Michelle 62, 65, 69, 219 Pilapil, Michael 236 Pinder, Lisa 74, 219 Pinson, Holly 259 Piper, Jamie 128, 202 Pipilin, Don 68 Pipkin, Karen 60, 126, 202 Pitre, Kathryn 69, 126, 236 Pittard, Thomas 236 Placet, Jim 259 Plaisance, Thomas 146, 202 Plante, Michele 75, 259 Plumlee, Kelly 104, 236 Plyler, Jody 259 Polivka, Roman 259 Polstra, Brian 152, 236 Pontius, Laura 61, 62, 236 Pope, Andrea 65, 219 Poppell, Jon 81, 219 Porter, Amy 60, 109, 124, 202 Powell, Bryan 66, 142, 219 Powell, Kimberly 71, 73, 259 Powner, Rhonda 78, 202 Prescott, Gerald 144, 219 Preston 111, Joe 150, 203 Price, Jennifer 236 Price, Laura 65, 132, 236 Prieto Alejandro 64, 134, 219 Pringle, Jeffrey 259 Prior, Tawn 122, 203 Procanik, James 69, 259 Propst, Vinnie 142 Prosser, Darcy 236 Prough, Amy 259 Puertas, Steven 152, 203 Pulliam, Kenneth 76, 203 Pund, Genevieve 259 Pursell, Michael 81, 203 Pursell, Robert 103 Purvis, Leslie 81, 219 Purvis, Nathan 81, 203 Puryear, Martha 203 Pyle, Alyson 112, 259 Qq Quattlebaum, Lisa 69, 70, 259 Query, Grady 259 Quets, Warren 203 Rr Raab, Andrew 259 Raiford, Mark 136, 203 Ramirez, Magda 219 Ranson, Cheryl 259 Ranson, Darcy 219 Ranson, Wendy 259 Rasmussen, Richard 61, 64, 136, 203 Rawlins, Tanya 259 Read, Caren 62, 203 Ready, Kelly 84, 259 Index:269 Reale, Lee 259 Reaume, Michelle 259 Rector, Courtenay 130, 236 Redstone, Alan 244, 259 Reeder, Sandra 132, 219 Rees, Diane 259 Rees, Joanne 75, 76, 236 Reese, Julie 236 Regis, Jessica 237 Reinmund, Frederick 148 Rentz, Charles 237 Reynolds, Janet 61 Reynolds, Jon 259 Riccio, Sherri 71, 237 Rice, Timothy 259 Richardson, Keli 237 Richardson Jr., David 219 Riggs, Charles 259 Riner, Mary 203 Riney, Christopher 259 Ringstaff, Tracy 66, 106, 259 Riordan, Rebecca 219 Ritter, Jesse 237 Rittgers, Rob 146, 219 Roberts, David 148, 219 Roberts, Kim 124, 219 Roberts, Pamela 259 Robertson, Daniel 79, 80, 203 Robertson, Stephen 219 Robertson, Steven 259 Robertson, Susan 122, 219 Robillard, Cynthia 259 Robinson, John 260 Robinson, Richard 260 Rodgers, Chris 260 Rodriguez, Lisa 62, 71, 85, 237 Roeder, Sandra 110, 237 Roegner, Mary 81, 203 Rogers, Brenda 79, 203 Rogers, Curtis 203 Rogers, Kimberly 104, 122, 237 Rogers, Lynn 122, 237 Rogers, Michele 219 Romero, John 144, 203 Romine. Brandon 88, 146, 237 Roskamp, Brian 49, 57, 61, 62, 136, 203 Ross, Mark 61, 65, 260 Roth, Craig 260 Rothman, Leslie 73, 260 Roy, Christopher 88, 219 Rudacille, Anne 260 Rudolph, Milena 219 Ruesch, Bridget 260 Rupke, Micole 260 Russel, Monique 104, 237 Russell, Paul 237 Russell, Sandra 203 Russo Jr., James 260 Russo Jr., Richard 260 Rustay, Dave 88 Rutland, Jeanette 98, 219 Rybinski, Paul 73, 219 Rymph, Lee Ann 124, 219 Ss Saavedra, Juan 237 Sale, Gregory 68, 203 Salvaggio, Joseph 150, 204 Santiago, John 55, 152, 204 Santiago, Stephen 66, 152, 219 Santin, Efrain 260 Sanz-Querrero, Rolando 237 Sargent, Hamilton 204 Sattler, Mary Jo 122, 204 Saunders, Julia 68, 260 Sawyer, Charles 69, 260 Sawyer Jr., William 204 Sayer, Regina 219 Scarborough II, James 134 Scates, Craig 49, 55, 57, 62, 82, 148, 204 Scates, Dawn 260 Schaefer, Scott 204 Schaller, Craig 148, 237 Schild, Lauren 77, 204 Schleicher, Valerie 68, 204 Schmidt, Clifford 146, 219 Schmidt, Lucy 260 Schneider, Amy 57, 71, 74, 204 Schofield, Stephen 148 Schriffert, Tony 103, 260 Schwerd, Elizabeth 61, 84, 260 Scott, Christy 98, 260 Scott, Cynthia 219 Scott, Kimberly 62, 83, 204 Scott Jr., Samuel 64, 150, 204 Sechrest, Sara 65, 204 Secunda, John 100. 261 Seddon, Amy 84, 126, 237 Seese, Lynn 71, 237 Sefcik, Munro 49, 57, 62, 63, 136, 204 Seibert, Rena 126, 237 Sekula Jr., Robert 237 Selph, Mary 219 Sessions, Pamela 204 Sessums, Sandra 132, 220 Setcavage, Stuart 88, 148, 220 Settlemire, Mandi 68, 261 Seymour, Diana 237 Sganga, Janine 126, 237 Shaver, Deborah 61, 220 Sheehan, Steven 261 Sheffer, Pamela 57, 62, 63, 71, 77, 106, 124, 220 Sheffield, David 136, 237 Sheffield, Kimberly 60, 61, 26 1 Sheldon, Cynthia 261 Sheneman, Jill 132, 220 Shepard, Richard 67, 69, 70, 261 Sheppard, India 261 Sheridan, Catherine 67, 68, 261 Shewmake, Sandra 237 Shipper, Valerie 130, 237 Shirah, Cheryl 78, 128, 220 Shiver, Gregory 261 Shriner, Brian 71, 72, 237 Shular, Gina 237 Shumway, Jill 261 Shumway, Paul 148, 208 Sibley, Pamela 130,204 Sickler, Frances 72, 128, 220 Sidell, Christina 68, 261 Silvis, Stacey 124, 261 Simmen Jr., Roy 109, 261 Simms, James 204 Simon, Jennifer 69, 238 Simpson, James 81, 204 Sisko, Edward 261 Slechta, Edward 148 Slee, Karen 220 Sloan, Richard 88, 261 Smedley, Steven 71, 148, 238 Smith, E. Lee 66, 218 Smith, James 261 Smith, Kimberly 104, 204 Smith, Sandra 76, 204 Smith, Stacy 261 Smith, Stephen 49, 65, 140, 205 Smith, Tammy 73, 122, 220 Smith, Todd 148, 220 Smith, Tracey 261 Smith, Whitney 78, 144, 238 Smoak, Deborah 205 Smythe, Barbara 71, 261 Snapp, Alan 134, 220 Snively, James 205 Snively, Joshua 81, 205 Snyder, Tory 261 Sobeck, Kimberly 262 Sokolowski, Patrick 238 Soroosh, Linda 205 Soule, Laura 98, 238 Soule, Richard 205 Spaulding, Walter 81, 144, 238 Spears, Elizabeth 262 Spencer, Frank 65 134, 238 Spencer, Ralph 63, 71, 72, 77, 134, 220 Spencer, Ruth 62, 66, 85, 122, 205 Spiess, Bemhard 238 Spivey, Glen 110, 238 Spragins, Kimberly 262 Sprauer, Caroll 122, 205 Spresser, Keith 103, 262 Springer, David 61, 78, 136, 205 Spurlin, Richard 144, 205 Stammberger, Kathryn 64, 132, 220 Standifer, Jill 262 Stanek, Darren 100, 136, 220 Stankewitz, Dorothy 106, 238 Stauffer, Lynda 122 205 Steadman 111, Edward 142, 220 Steele, Michael 205 Stegura, Christopher 220 Stein, Alicia 65, 128, 205 Steiner, Christopher 238 Stephens, Allanna 79, 220 Stephens, William 150 Stephens Jr., Allen 205 Stephenson, Jane 262 Sterner, Cheryl 262 Stevens, Jennifer 124, 205 Stevens, Kimberly 220 Stevens, Michael 138, 205 Stevens, Scott 220 Stewart, Shelley 126 238 Stidham, Elizabeth 128, 205 Stinson, Robin 61, 63, 83, 220 Stoddard, Melissa 126, 238 Stoff, Kenneth 134, 220 Stoker, James 144, 238 Stokes, Darrell 238 Stone, Christopher 140, 262 Stone, Roger 152, 238 Stork 111, Franklin 63, 103, 220 Stovall, Deborah 61, 262 Strada, Joseph 142, 205 Strapp, Elizabeth 238 Strathmeyer, Jon 73, 262 Strauch, Trent 136, 238 Strazzulla, Frank 148, 238 Street, Susan 262 Strickland, Todd 88, 220 Strong, Marcy 83, 205 Stumpfl, Daniel 262 Sullivan, Kelly 96, 128, 205 Sullivan Jr., Matthew 81, 220 Summerall, Neva 220 Summers, Jill 262 Sutton, Bernice 67, 78, 128, 206 Swanson, Joy 69, 262 Swartzmiller, Beth 71, 112, 122, 238 Swisher, Amanda 262 Synatschk, Joni 68, 79, 128 Sypniewski, Bret 262 Szaro, Catherine 206 270:Index . . IMDEX Tt Vv Taggart, James 134, 220 Talbott, Alexis 70, 72, 84, 221 Tanner, Laurent 128, 238 Taylor, Brian 136, 238 Taylor, frank 88, 238 Taylor, Jill 84, 262 Taylor, John 150, 221 Taylor, June 84, 262 Taylor, Ronald 262 Taylor, Teresa 106 Teague, Michael 148, 221 Tedder Jr., Dale 64, 136, 238 Teel, Karen 84, 124, 221 Templin, Eric 221 Temrowski, Thomas 88, 206 Terry IV, Roy 71, 262 Tetsworth, Lisa 206 Thayer, Tracy 122, 221 Thebaud, Sagine 75, 76, 206 Therrien, Toby 77, 148, 220 Thiele, Donald 61, 65, 148, 21 0, 221 Thigpen, Susan 221 Thomas, Janice 68, 262 Thomas, Kristine 262 Thomas, Sharon 122, 85, 206 Thompson, Dale 262 Thompson, Kelly 124, 206 Thompson, Laura 221 Thornhill, Kathryn J. 221 Thornton, Jessica 69, 262 Throgmorton, Amy 238 Tickel, Carol 69, 262 Tilbrook, Scott 262 Tilden, fleet 146, 206 Tillner, Michael 262 Timmins, Susan 124, 238 Tipton, Carol 221 Tisdale, David 67, 69, 70, 150, 221 Tiseo, Joseph 109, 144, 238 Tobey, Wayne 221 Tolman, April 262 Tomcykoski, Esther 65, 262 Torrance, Tracy 67, 68, 130, 221 Torrington, Robert 63, 71, 238 Tourville, Kathleen 57, 61, 62, 126, 210, 221 Towne, Christine 130, 206 Toy, Annette 221 Toy, Tracy 88, 221 Travis, James 140, 206 Trembly, Charles 68, 74, 80, 238 Troester, David 148, 238 True, Mary 238 True, Michael 81, 134, 221 True, Pamela 262 Tucker, Traci 61, 262 Turner, Lon 136, 238 Turner, Pamela 238 Turner, Stephen 262 Turner Jr., John 206 Tysver, Maura 73, 132 Uu Vail, Michael 103, 263 Valdespino, Adair 69, 84, 124, 221 Valdez, Maria 73, 221 Van De Kerkhof, Karin 60, 76, 238 Vander Galien, Cheryl 83, 206 Vangellow, Timothy 142 Vanwinkle, Alan 239 Vaughn Jr., Walter 221 Veno, Michael 263 Venos, Deena 65, 239 Villalba, Victoria 57, 61, 63, 206 Villetti, Sonia 106, 263 Vitek, Frank 138, 239 Volz, David 263 Von Paleske, Martin 62, 144, 206 Von Paleske, Stefanie 62, 124, 221 Voth, Jeffrey 263 Ww Umstadter. Jacqueline 124, 262 Uranick, Keli 221 Urban, Tricia 130, 221 Usa, Kimberly 262 Wade, Andrea 65, 263 Wade, Norman 263 Wages, Nancy 221 Wages III, Vesta 80, 222 Wahl, Molijane 109, 263 Walker, Carol 206 Walker, Cathy 263 Walker, Daniel 136, 226, 239 Walker, Paul 55, 146, 206 Walker Jr., Reddick 81, 146, 206 Walker Jr., Robert 68 Wall, Eva 263 Wallace, Jeff 80, 142, 206 Walls, Andrew 206 Walls, Heather 106, 263 Walter, John 85, 136, 239 Ward, Katherine 64, 122, 206 Ward, Melanie 69, 124, 222 Ward,, Roger 64, 150, 207 Warren, Linda 222 Warren, Sheila 132, 239 Waschull, Constance 207 Watkins, Kristi 126, 222 Watson, Polly 75 Webb Jr., Jerome 263 Weber, Bradley 263 Weech, Faith 263 Weeks, Krista 122, 207 Weis, Steven 138, 222 Wells, Julie 222 Wellslager, Steven 144, 239 Werder, Meridy 110, 207 West, Allen 140 222 Whaley, Janet 47, 57, 61, 62, 78, 186, 207 Whelan, Kelly 263 Wherrell, Dixie 84, 263 White, Beth 57, 62, 124, 207 White, Lisa 67, 69, 70, 130, 207 White, Mark 207 White, Mary 239 White, Robert 60, 239 White, Trudy 67, 68, 69, 222 Whitehead, Lesley 126, 239 Whitford, Pamela 263 Wibert, Eric 239 Wieber II, John 144, 239 Wiggins, Carol 78, 239 Wiggins, Pamela 239 Wilbanks, Scott 71. 88, 222 Wilcox, William 92, 263 Wilder, Rachel 263 Wilhelm, James 152, 207 Wilhelm, Tracy 222 Wilkes, Qlenn 239 Williams, David 222 Williams, Delores 239 Williams, Jean 263 Williams, Lisa 263 Williams, Molly 62, 64, 71, 128. 222 Williams, Natalie 122, 207 Williams Jr., George 222 Williamson, Stephanie 66, 207 Williamson, Ty 222 Wilson, Cindy 239 Wilson, Kathryn 124, 239 Wilson, William 81, 263 Winters, Jennifer 130, 239 Wireman, Janice 79 Withers, Kelleigh 63, 112, 122. 222 Witkowski, Peter 263 Witten, Ben 263 Witten, Wendell 263 Wittenberg, Lois 57, 62, 72, 128, 222 Wolfe, Cheridah 222 Wolfe, Susan 69, 239 Wood, Brenda 263 Wood, Denise 263 Wood, Elise 78, 207 Woodland, Peter 68, 240 Woodruff, Mark 240 Woods, Shannon 96, 263 Workman, Kimberly 62, 79, 124, 222 Worth, David 71, 73, 222 Wozniak, Veronica 126, 240 Wright, Jennifer 132, 222 Wright, Michael 263 Wright, Robert 112 Wulf II, Daniel 148, 240 Wurtz. Haili 76, 98, 207 Wurtz, Heather 222 Wurtz, Holly 240 Wyatt, Robert 148 Wyllie, Amy 263 Wyniger, Joseph 207 Yy Yancy Carl 134, 207 Yarbrough, Cecilia 128, 240 Yates, Dawn 126 Yeilding, Susan 263 Yelton, Richard 65, 148, 222 Yost, Robert 146, 240 Young, Kimberl 207 Zz Zack, David 67, 69 70, 263 Zamorski, Edward 222 Zebrowski, Ra ymond 73, 81. 136. 222 Zeisler. Daniel 110, 240 Zewalk, Jane 78, 82, 130, 207 Zimmerman, Laura 84, 222 Zinn, Elizabeth 263 Zito. Theresa 60, 222 Index:271 CONGRATULATIONS to the class of 1986 from the Florida Southern College Bookstore Fresh Idea! New 12 oz. Apple Juice from concentrate Plow our delicious Apple Juice is available in 12 ounce con- tainers. Like our other canned juices, it ' s made from concen- trate, so we can guarantee the quality. More important, we can guarantee the freshness. 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