Glassboro High School - Bulldogs Yearbook (Glassboro, NJ)
- Class of 1986
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Text from Pages 1 - 160 of the 1986 volume:
7986 MAHOON AND GOLD
OLASSBORO HIGH SCHOOL
OLASSBORO, NEW JERSE Y
INTRODUCTION .... ..... 4
FACULTY ...... .... 7 6
SPORTS ...... .... 3 2
ACTIVITIES , . . . . . . 52
CLASSES . . . . . . . 72
SENIOF?S .... .... 9 2
A LETTER TO A FRIEND OE ELEVEN
The high school faculty voted to dedicate the 1986 Maroon and Gold to Mr.
Roy Holland, an individual who has implemented, directed, and enforced the
educational policies of the Board of Education for the past 11 years as
principal of G. H. S.
We want you to know that for over a decade, we feel you have been a
successful leader. You have encouraged your staff to excell. You instilled in
GHS students that there is a limit to their achievement, but none to their
attempt. We don't want to tell you what you have done for eleven years! Why
say - You took us through Middle States, you refined our grading policy or
that you enforced our disciplinary code to the "letter",' because to you, it was
the only way to get the job done. A job that you took pride in doing, a job that
was executed with a genuine concern for all involved. One simply need to
"look at GHS" and know that doing your years of service you made us realize
that the surest way to fail is to be determine to succeed - to master that
preeminent road to success.
As you leave your family of students, teachers and parents, we want you to
know we appreciate the time, accomplishments and efforts you expended
upon us. We realize that one of your secrets of success was your constancy
to purpose. You frequently said, "someone must be the heavy," and in so
doing taught us to accept respnsibility for our failures as well as for our
successes. We will miss that someone-that person who had an opened-door
policy, that person who at times had to say 'no', but ten minutes later could
greet you with a smile.
Your 11 years will become a challenge to us. A challenge to continue to
uphold and improve the educational enrichments you gave us. A challenge to
always think positive and to plan ahead!
As you retire, leave us knowing: you have given us the formula for success
in enriching the minds of our youth, and that you have our appreciation for the
service you rendered as you so amicably fulfilled the job of principal of
Glassboro High School from 1975 to the present.
The GHS Family
Friendship is the greatest
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For when all else is stripped
from us, when we Hnally
stand face-to-face with realltyg
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A friend is someone with
whom we can walk the rocky
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When the pains and defeats
of life seem too much, friends
make iz' worth the nght.
A Friend is someone who
will walk with us hand-in-
hand through the shadowed
valley of doubt.
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Friends are iife, and friendshipg
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BOARD OF EDUCATION
Mr. George Beach Jr.
Mr, Russell Carmolingo
Dr. Leo J. Mccabe
3 Mr. James Deha
I Mr. Joseph Brigandi
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Mr. Sam Trifiletti
Mr. 'Roy Holland
Mrs Hilda Murray Mrs Giiiian Mirenda
Secretary to the Principe! Secretary
Mrs. Shirley Davenport
Mr. John Aveni Mr. Kenneth Clifton
Vice Principal Vice Principal
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Mrs. Kay Mumford
Mrs. Anne Moore Mrs, Carmen Johnson
Ms. Betty Snodgrass
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Mrs. Dorothy Avril
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Miss Eileen Taubman Dr. Sarata Schapiro
Speech Correctionist Psychologist
ENGLISH D PAF? TMEN T
Mrs. Joan Gebhart
LIKES: People. good discussions.
DISLIKES: Administrative trivia.
FAVORITE FOOD: Stir-try, ice
cream. IS HEARD SAYING:
Suffice to say. MEMORY OF
CLASS: Great kids-but lazy!
Mrs. Nan Cobbs
LIKES: Playing cards, walking.
DISLIKES: hot weather, winter,
FAVORITE FOOD: Shrimp. IS
HEARD SAYING: Lets get the
job done. MEMORY OF CLASS:
Very likeable and worked hard!
Mrs. Mildred S. Jones
LIKES: School. DISLIKES: Poor
sports, FAVORITE FOOD: Pasta.
IS HEARD SAYING: Good work!
MEMORY OF CLASS: Great
Ms. Susan Evans
LIKES: The outdoors, esp.
Autumn. DISLIKES: July and
August humidity. FAVORITE
FOOD: Jersey tomatoes. IS
HEARD SAYING: It's your
responsibility! MEMORY OF
CLASS: An Intimate group of
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Ms. Rachel Blumenfeld
LIKES: Mr. R, "Scoot-the-Boot."
DISLIKES: Not having enough
time. FAVORITE FOOD: Ice
cream. IS HEARD SAYING: Be
that as it may. MEMORY OF
CLASS: These are "MY KIDS."
Ms. Jan Breen
LIKES: Quiet, IS HEARD
SAYING: Grow up. MEMORY OF
CLASS: Love of Literature.
Ms. Nancy Ellis S
LIKES: Paris at midnight.
DISLIKES: Newspaper print on
hands. FAVORITE FOOD:
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, f CLASS: Eclectic and energetic.
Mrs. Nancy Watts
LIKES: Family, Christmas.
DISLIKES: Negative situations,
FAVORITE FOOD: Fudge, candy.
IS HEARD SAYING: Yes, Mrs. I
Mr. Sid Williams
LIKES: Brisk fall mornings.
DISLIKES: Muggy days.
FAVORITE FOOD: Lobster. IS
HEARD SAYING: Lit-tra-chure.
MEMORY OF CLASS: Friendly.
Mrs. Patricia Jermyn
LIKES: Cooking. DISLIKES: Dirty
things. FAVORITE FOOD:
Lasagna. IS HEARD SAYING:
Why because? MEMORY OF
CLASS: Good Bunch
Mr, Steve Crispin
LIKES: Playing football with kids.
DISLIKES: Getting up in morning.
FAVORITE FOOD: Pizza. IS
HEARD SAYING: Six in thirty.
MEMORY OF CLASS: Freshmen
Mrs. Donna Stewart
LIKES: The shore. DISLIKES:
Being late. FAVORITE FOOD:
Chocolate nut sundae. IS
HEARD SAYING: Please sit
down. MEMORY OF CLASS:
Their Homecoming floats.
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Mr. Robert Barratt
LIKES: Sports of all kinds.
DISLIKES: Rainy cold days.
I FAVORITE FOOD: Steak 8
Potatoes. IS HEARD SAYING:
X- - Maureen, will you hustle.
L MEMORY OF CLASS: Their
4 outstanding athletes.
Mrs. Jennifer Hanson
LIKES: Sunshine. DISLIKES:
Nosey peopie. FAVORITE FOOD:
Coffee. IS HEARD SAYING: OK.
MEMORY OF CLASS: Great
Ms. Elizabeth Badin
LIKESZ Traveling. DISLIKES:
Excuses. FAVORITE FOODS:
Scallops. IS HEARD SAYING:
"Yes you can". MEMORY OF
CLASS: Water pistol fights in 8th
Mr. Stephen Selby
LIKES: Sports, church.
FAVORITE FOOD: Pizza. IS
HEARD SAYING: Relax.
MEMORY OF CLASS: Their
tremendous school spirit,
LIKES: Sailing. Shooting.
DISLIKES: No wind, "I"s.
FAVORITE FOOD: Shrimp 8-
Oysters. IS HEARD SAYING:
Clean up this lab, "I am not your
mother". MEMORY OF CLASS:
Mr. Charles Fotker
LIKES: R2 8t Paris. DISLIKES:
Cover charges, FAVORITE
FOOD: Lasagna. IS HEARD
SAYING: "Piece of cake".
MEMORY OF CLASS: Warmest
group of students! Ist Annual
Chem Study REGATTAI
Mr. Reiner Schmidt
LIKES: Hiking through the Alps.
DISLIKES: Mondays. FAVORITE
FOOD: Pork Roast. IS HEARD
SAYING: Have a good one.
MEMORY OF CLASS: Apathetic
with respect to school work.
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LIKES: All my students.
DISLIKES: When students don't
do homework! FAVORITE FOOD
Anything edible. IS HEARD
SAYING: "You didn't study!"
MEMORY OF CLASS: Is the
world ready for them?
Mr Jim De-Marco
LIKES Hunting Fishing
Procrastinator FAVORITE FOOD
Anything Italian. IS HEARD
SAYING: Close oniy counts in
horseshoes and handgranades.
MEMORY OF CLASS: Lovely
ladies and humorous men.
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LIKES: Tennis. DISLIKES:
Reading Document based
essays. FAVORITE FOOD:
Goulosh. IS HEARD SAYING:
Getting back to this. MEMORY
OF CLASS: My favorite ciass,
you figure out which one.
Mr. Bob Felloney
LIKES: Basebail-Pete Rose.
Summer. DISLIKES: Pennsyivania
Drivers. FAVORITE FOOD: Pizza.
IS HEARD SAYING: "Get your
notebooks out". MEMORY OF
CLASS: Expert film reviewer-
LIKES: My famiiy. Chimichangas.
DISLIKES: Grading tests.
FAVORITE FOOD: Egg roIIs. IS
HEARD SAYING: Don't ask.
MEMORY OF CLASS: Spanish II
Ms. Kathleen Iannacone
LIKES1 Dancing, skiing,
DISLIKES: Whiners and macho
movies. FAVORITE FOOD: "am,
stram, gram." MEMORY OF
CLASS: Sharing the morning
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LIKES: Being a new dad.
DISLIKES: Overoooked macaroni.
FAVORITE FOOD: Lasagna. IS
HEARD SAYING: Next year the
Yankees wiII win. MEMORY OF
CLASS1 Fine group of young
Mrs. Legistrean Chapman
LIKES: The BibIelChurch.
FAVORITE FOOD: AII. IS HEARD
SAYING: I stiii Love You.
MEMORY OF GLASS:
Ms. Anna-Gloria Liberato
LIKES: Traveiing. DISLIKES: Cold
Weather. FAVORITE FOOD:
Pizza. IS HEARD SAYING: Si.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
Mr. Robert F. Cleary
LIKES: Paydays. DISLIKES: Bills.
FAVORlTE FOOD: Seafood. lS
HEARD SAYlNG: Good Morning.
MEMORY OF CLASS: Great
Mr. Jack McCulley
LIKESI All sports. DlSLlKES: Bad
attitudes. FAVORITE FOOD:
Pizza Z9 Seafood. IS HEARD
SAYING: Clear the hallway.
MEMORY OF CLASS: Their
Winning floats throughout the
LIKES: Baseball, Phillies, San
Diego. DISUKES: Liver, cold
weather. FAVORlTE FOOD:
Italian Bt Seafood. IS HEARD
SAYlNG: Just try. MEMORY OF
CLASS: The "unique" Freshmen
Ms. Janice Aliberti
LIKES: Jogging and exercise.
DISLlKES: Laziness 81
Disrespeot. FAVORITE FOOD:
Eggplant parmigiana. iS HEARD
SAYING: "people". MEMORY
OF CLASS: Female athletes were
"super individuals" an asset to
Mr. Steven Citonelli
LIKES: Kids. DISIJKES:
Disrespect. FAVORITE FOOD.
Homemade pasta. iS HEARD T
SAYING: lt's Mr. Cii-on-elli.
MEMORY OF CLASS: Always
Mr. Steve Tucker
LIKES: Football, Golf and food.
DlSLlKES: People who don't
dress tor gym. FAVORITE FOOD:
Pasta, IS HEARD SAYING1
MEMORY OF CLASS: Soph, in
my Drivers Ed class.
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Mrs. Pernell Harris
LIKES: Traveling, Reading,
shopping. DISLIKES: Boring
people, unnecessary tasks.
FAVORITE FOOD: Steak, potato
salad. IS HEARD SAYING: You
may begin. MEMORY OF
CLASS: Steno ll students, Oftice
Mr. Brian Stevenson
LIKES: Camping and fishing.
DISLIKES: Lazy individuals.
FAVORITE FOOD: Seafood.
MEMORY OF CLASS: Fewer but
Mrs. Patricia Stuart
LIKES: Sunny days, auctions.
DISLIKES: Corridor supervision.
FAVORITE FOOD: Lasagna. IS
HEARD SAYING: Ok, its time to
clean up. MEMORY OF CLASS:
Family life classes.
Mr. G. Steidle
LIKES: Cars. DISLIKES: Getting
up in the morning. FAVORITE
FOOD: Ice cream
Mr. Gary Loper
LIKES: Golfing, going to Flyers
games. DISLIKES: Lazy people.
FAVORITE FOOD: Seafood.
MEMORY OF CLASS: Watching
Ruth Lockbaum compete in
cross country and track.
Mrs. J. Robinson
LIKES: People, smiles, warmth.
FAVORITE FOOD: Seafood. IS
HEARD SAYING: Eyes on copy.
MEMORY OF CLASS: Good
people, friendly and warm.
Mrs. Lynn Bullock
LIKES: The ocean, camping.
DISLIKES: Time schedules.
FAVORITE FOOD: Seafood. IS
HEARD SAYING: Come on.
MEMORY OF CLASS: A great
group of characters.
Ms. Terri Lovelace
LIKES: Woodworking, Field
hockey. DISLIKES: Wasting time,
lunch duty. FAVORITE FOOD:
Chicken. IS HEARD SAYING:
MUSIC AND FINE ARTS
Mr. Louis Giunta
LIKES: My new baby boy.
DISLIKES: My new babies dirty
diapers! FAVORITE FOOD: Pizza
with Hot peppers and anchovies,
IS HEARD SAYING: Give it your
best shot! MEMORY OF CLASS:
You've come a Iong way since
Mr. Frank Knauss
LIKES: Cutting firewood, opera.
DISLIKES: Wasting time.
FAVORITE FOOD: Pizza with X-
tra cheese. IS HEARD SAYING:
O.K,-One more time. MEMORY
OF CLASS: Good peopiex not
afraid to try Something new.
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LIKES: Good Music students,
DISLIKES: Bad Music students.
FAVORITE FOOD: Chinese. IS
HEARD SAYING: Let'S QQ!
Mr. Wiiliam Krasting
LIKES: My wife, job. DISLIKES
Goof-offs, Snobs. FAVORITE
FOOD: Pizzalcheesy things. IS
HEARD SAYING: The beli is
going to ring. MEMORY OF
CLASS: Very talented kids.
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Mrs. Helen Armstrong
LIKES: Listening to music IS
HEARD SAYING: Keep a low
profile MEMORY OF CLASS:
Seniors are very exciting
Ms. Nancy Fulginiti
LIKES: Teaching the deaf
DISLIKES: Tumips, rhubard
FAVORITE FOOD: Pizza IS
HEARD SAYING: Your journals
are getting better MEMORY OF
CLASS: GREAT KIDS
Mrs, Phillis Kasrel 7 " 'E'
LIKES1 sunny days oisuxes: 9 93 6
Liars FAVORITE FOOD: Anything
Mrs. Diane Akers
LIKES: Talking about the Lord
DISLIKES: Disrespect authority
FAVORITE FOOD: Sou! food ithe
Biblej IS HEARD SAYING: Praise
the Lord MEMORY OF CLASS:
Exciting anticipation oi the senior
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Mrs. Nancy Smith
LIKES: Students interested ln
learning English DISLIKES:
Students coming late to class
FAVORITE FOOD: Chinese lood
IS HEARD SAYING: I wish we
had more time
LLKES: Dancing, cooking
DISLIKES: Getting up early
FAVORITE FOOD: Italian IS
HEARD SAYING: Read my lips
MEMORY OF CLASS: Fond
Mrs. Anita Heard
LIKES: People DISLIKES:
Negativism FAVORITE FOOD:
Lemon pie IS HEARD SAYING:
Marvelous MEMORY OF CLASS:
A delightful group
Mr. Daniel Nardiello
LIKES: My family, fast
motorcycles DISLIKESZ Winter, 7
AM. FAVORITE FOOD: Seafood.
Mom's pasta MEMORY OF
CLASS: Excellent leadership, and
your creative Class floats
Mrs. Fran Sands
LIKES: Traveling, Shopping
DISLIKES: Working on Tues.
FAVORITE FOOD, Chinese Food
IS HEARD SAYING I can't win
MEMORY OF CLASS: Watching
them grow up
Mr. Paul L. Young
LIKES: People, music DISLIKES:
People with bad attitudes
FAVORITE FOOD: Steak.
seafood IS HEARD SAYING:
Hang in there you can be what
you want MEMORY OF CLASS:
Bright but not as assertive as
they should be
Mrs. Ellen Lydon
LIKESP Fudge, diamonds
DISLIKES: The thought of turnin
forty FAVORITE FOOD: cheese
IS HEARD SAYING: We-'re not
taking any calls MEMORY OF
CLASS: Watching thern mature
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LIKES: Reading DISLIKES:
Students trying to get out of
gym IS HEARD SAYING: Capish
Mr. Matt Tierney
LIKES: Favorable exchange rate
DISLIKES: Federal Budget
deficits FAVORITE FOOD: Corn
IS HEARD SAYING: Theres the
respect that makes calamity of
so long life MEMORY OF
CLASS: A Blur
Mrs. Virginia Barger
LIKES: Ouiet kids DISLIKES:
Moving carpets FAVORITE
FOOD: Italian food IS HEARD
SAYING: Can I help you
LIKES: Decorating DISLIKES:
Disorganized people IS HEARD
SAYING: You have how many
grade changes? MEMORY OF
CLASS: Wild clothes
Mr. Wilmont Fellows
LIKES: Rainy Days DISLIKES:
Rowdie students. FAVORITE
FOOD: Shrimp iS HEARD
SAYING: "Where's your pass?
MS. Judy Paranzino
LIKES: Yard sales DISLIKES:
Noise FAVORITE FOOD:
Everything MEMORY OF CLASS
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Tradition was followed again this
year as the Glassboro Bulldogs
football team ended its regular
season with a 7-2 record. ln the
NJSIAA tournament, Glassboro lost
to Burlington Twp. 7-6 in an exciting
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TO RIGHT: Coach Tucker, Coach Aveni, Steve Burt, David Lopez, Anthony DiRienzo, Andre
Rob Sanborn, Bruce Davis, John Dougherty, Kevin Lester, Tom McCaughan, Scott
Rodgers, Mark Graves, Coach McCuIIey, Coach Cleary. 2nd ROW: Dewayne Grantham,
Giedeman, Chris Carmolingo, Leif Jones, Frank Mancini, Martin Gustilo, Chris Spina, Rob
urner, Don Rambo, Todd Haig, Tyrone Williams. SENIORS SEATED: Benji Credell, Woody Griscom,
Wise, Timmy Lester, Glenn Esgro, Tyrone Mears, Mike Wigglesworth, Robert Mann.
The 85 Bulldogs captured the Tri-
County Conference Classic Division
Crown with a record of 5-1 and an
overall record of 7-3. All Conference
1st teams honors were awarded to
Ron Barratt, Todd Haig, Tim Lester,
Mike Vlligglesworth, Robert Turner
and Bruce Davis. South Jersey
Group l honors were received by Tim
Lester and Robert Turner.
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season with a 12-5-2 record. The
team was coached by Mr. Tom
Riley. Tri-County lst Team Honors
were awarded to: Todd Aspell, Jay
Wriggins, Tim Tierney and Wayne
Viden. South Jersey Group 1 Honors
were awarded to Todd Aspell and
Tim Tierney. Strong performances
were turned in by: Greg McLeer, Joe
Lamonica, Chris Rowand, Bill Immel,
Mike Drummond, Charlie Conroy,
Paul Edwards, Troy McAuliffe, Edwin
Young, John Lopes, Andy May, Mike
Shillingsford, Sam Laspata, Dan
Flesnik, and Nick Vasil. Stephanie
Byers and Kelle Kortonick managed
the 85 Bulldogs.
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Janice Allberti, finished their season
with an 8-5-4 final record. The team
was lead by strong defensive play.
Senior defense leaders included
Maureen O'Driscoll All Tri-County 1st
team and SJ Group I ist team , Tina
Gwalthney, Tri-County conference
2nd team, Kelly Swanson, Gina
Laspata, and goalie Sheila Zachivich.
Strong defensive efforts were also
turned in by Debbie Collins and
Bonnie Mazzeo. Junior Kellie Miller,
All Conference ist team, a major
offensive playmaker combined with
Carla Camino, All Conference 2nd
team: Diane Cioffi, Lisa Hoffman,
Melissa Douglas, and Mechele Ziegler
to generate the Bulldogs offense.
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The 85 Girls Tennis team finished their
season with a record of 13-7. The team
was coached by Mr. Steve Deuts-
chiauer and Mr. John Fargnoli. The 85
Varsity team consisted of captain Mari-
anne Lang, Kim Bui, Tomoko Sasaki,
Denise Adams, Becky Bryer, Khatija
Bilgrami, Bridgett Bennett, and Chris
Falkenstein. The JV squad consisted of
Joanne Fleming, Dawn Wilson, Browyn
Cope and Wunting Geng. Marianne
Lang received Tri-County Conference
lst Team Honors.
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The '85 Cross Country team, coached
by Mr. Loper, finished its season with a
fine 5-2 record. This year's team was
captained by Ruth Lockbaum. Ruth
was the Gloucester County Champ
and she placed first in the SJ Sectional
Group l meet. Lockbaum was Group I
State Champ, and named to the All
State ist team, 2nd team All East and
was nominated SJ Runner of the Year.
Tony Delia and Eric Vignola were
named to the Tri-County All Star
This year's team consisted of Ruth
Lockbaum, Joe Greenlee, Derrik
Fowler, Eric Vignola, Tony Delia, Carter
Morse, Chalet Washington, George
Shuttleton, and Mike Kifferly.
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The Bulldogs cheerleaders showed
great support and enthusiasm
throughout the season. The fans and
the players greatly enjoyed their
spirit. This year's captains were
Faida Hill and Fihondavet Jones. The
squad consisted of Utasha Elie,
Treena Owler, Amy Baer, Eleanor
Fernandez, Tracey Reed, Marlo
Wright, Angle Smith, Natisha
Stringiield, Brandy Taggart, and
Krista Maddox. The team was
managed by Shaun Green and
advised by Miss Klein.
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BACK ROW: Coach Crispin, L, Bland, T. Lester, T. Knight, K, Hinton, B. Davis, Coach Davis, Coach
Magee, J. Harrison. KNEELINGL R. Mann, T. Mears, F. Mancici, J. Fisher, RB. Santos. SEATED: M.
Graves, L. Merriweather.
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The 85 Bulldogs, coached by Steve
Crispen, finished the regular season
with an overall record of 24-4. The
Bullodgs captured the Tri-County
Conference Classic Division. The
season was highlighted by the
outstanding performance of Larry
Bland. Bland surpassed his goal of
2,000 points and captured the
Glassboro High School scoring
j STANDING: Coach Magee, K. Lester. D. Fleed, D. Coley, B. Davis, C, Carmolingo. J. Harrison.
KNEELING: J, Tapia, L. Merriweather, R. Wright, O. Gaines, B. Lewis.
their season with a 12-10
Senior Kim SmithBey finished with
1,221 career points. The season was
highlighted with a winning streak late
in the season.
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S. Turner, Coach Cleary. KNEELING: Mgrs. A. Bowers, J. Bruno, B. Highley, J, Rogers, M. Shiilingss
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13-5 record. Outstanding varsity
performances were turned in by:
senior Wayne Viden 17-7, junior
Chris Spina 21-3, and sophomores,
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Aliberti, finished the 85 season with a
record of 7-11. The team consisted of
seniors Maureen Harris, Lori Weidner,
Mary Reinek, and Kate String. Juniors
were Maureen O'Driscoll, Sandra Pirri,
Tina Weidner and Regina Loungo.
Sophomore Kellie Miller, freshmen
Bunny Mazzeo and Mechele Ziegler
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The boy's track team, coached by Mr.
Gary Loper completed it's 85 season
with a record of 6-2. Tri-County ist
team honors were received by Josh
Davis, Mike Coraluzzo, Tom Sadler
and Flon Edwards. Josh Davis was also
selected to the S.J. Group 1 team. Var-
sity participants included, Art Dorn,
Joe Delia, Erving Thomas, Russell Mo-
zier, Quincy Wise, Neil Wise, Steve
Burt, Don Rambo, Joe Pritchett,
Wayne Viden and Edwin Young.
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their 85 season with a 4-2 record. Ju-
niors Ruth Lockbaum and Kim Smith-
Bey were selected to the Tri-County
Conference 1st team. Ruth was also
selected to S.J. Group 1 1st team.
Other varsity members included Kim
Bateman, Dawn Chila, Audrey Fox,
Faida Hill, Tonya Green, Wanda Mar-
tin, Kristen Schoenberg, Faustina Sip-
pio, Angie Smith, Vicky Thurman,
Challet Washington, Nancy Ware,
Treena Owler and Heather Cassidy.
The 85 boys tennis team, coached by
Mr. S. Deutschbauer, finished their fine
season with a record of 9-6. Captain
Bruce Fieistle compiled a 14-O confer-
ence record and a 22-2 overall record.
Bruce was named to the Tri-County All
Star ist team and S.J. Group I team.
Strong performances were also turned
in by Jay Wriggins and Malcolm Dou-
gherty. Tom Craft, Bill lmmel, Neal Cul-
len, Charlie Conroy, Carmen lnsana,
Paul Otooni and John Lewis also per-
formed well. The JV squad consisted of
Sajad Bilgrami, Adam Johnson, Ed
lvlunin and Troy McAlpin.
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team Captain Bill Highley received Tri
County 1st Team honors. Strong per-
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ASSOCIATION Grim 'N'
S.G.A. Officers: iLett to Righty Advisor, Mr. Folkerp V. Presi-
dent, Kim Smith-Bey: President, Glenn Esgro: Treasure, Chris A
Spina: Secretary, Regina Loungo 'Q
S.G.A. Members: fNames not in order ot appearancej Todd Aspell, Angela Cimini, Faida Hill, Tina Gwalthney, Gina
Laspata, Yolanda Lewis, Beverly Pierce, Linda Rupinski, Kelly Swanson, Mary Ann Travis, Tina Weidner, Jay Wriggins, Ron
Barrett, Rob Multord, Charlie Conroy, Kelly Firth, Stephanie King, Venus Green, Diana Masso, Troy McAuliffe, Sue Waters,
Frank Trifiletti, Hosiea Boone, Nick Bowers, Amy Davis, John Dougherty, Lisa Hofmann, Diane Garwood, Bonnie Mazzeo,
Ed Kortonick, Mary Jo Ramos, Nicolle Puteri, Angie Smith, Mike Schillingsford, Kelly Warrick, Jose Tapia, Jackie Rogers,
Benji Salter, Tammi Baer, Stephanie Bradley, Mike Dick, Jamal Brown, Chris Douglas, Kristin Falkenstein, Rob Firth, Sidney
James, Mike Kifferly, Debbie Masso, Tabitha Noakes, Jeff Priest, Scott Prieto, Alvin Tillery, Pat Seagraves, Gary Wriggins,
Marlo Wright, Ruth Lockbaum, Tim Lester, Sandra Pirri, Maureen O'Driscoll, Chris Douglas, Michell Birmingham, Richard
Meagher, Kathy Von Holtz, Denise Reinek, Chris Carmolingo, Frank Mancini, Sean Smith, Heather Cassidy
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NATIONAL HONOF? SOOIE TY
Advisor: Mrs. Joan Gebhart lLeftJ
President .... Maureen O'Driscoll
Vice-President .... Faustina Sippio
Secretary .... Kelly Swanson
Treasurer .... Elizabeth Donahue
Executive Council ....
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The National Honor Society is an honor
students on behalf of the school faculty.
Selection to N.H.S. is based on four criteria: scholarship, leadership,
service, and character. To fulfill the scholarship requirement, students must
have a 3.5 cumulative scholastic average. Academically qualified students
are then evaluated by the entire faculty in the areas of leadership, service,
given to a selective group of
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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
DRAMA CLUB gl
l,T.S. Members: Faria Zaman, Crystal Bourdon, Bet-
sy Volz, Tammy Daisey, Clayton Waring.
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Members: Tammy Daisey, Faria Zaman, Kristine Jan-
sen, Jill Jackson, Steven Powell, Elizabeth Volz, Rebec-
ca Johnson, Andrew Steiger, Clayton Waring, Laurie
Menerey, Patrick Ancharski, Gina DiFiaddo, Bevin
Harper, John Venturini, Crystal Bourdon, Jacqueline
Matlack, John Lewis.
Mr. Foster ..
Mary Herries . . .
Lucy Weston .
..., Jill Jackson
. . . Elizabeth Volz
Rose ............ Heather Cassidy
Mr. Edwards .
., . Rachel Johnson
. . . Andrew Steiger
..... Clayton Waring
. . . . Laurie Menerey
. . . Patrick Ancharski
... Gina DiRaddo
. . . . Bevin Harper
.. Crystal Bourdon
Mr. Rosenberg .. .... John Lewis
Members: tNot in order of appearancej M
Brown, C. Cline, J. Gomez, D. Hinton, Y. Lewis
D. Meddings, M. Minatee, T. Morrison, T. Morri
son, B. Pierce, C. Starkey, M. Thomas, A. Tur
pin, L. Varela, W. Viden, N. Ware, J. Wriggins
Members: fNot in order of appearancej C. An-
derson, K. Bateman, K. Bilgrami, M. Brown, J
Bruno, L. Burt, M. Camillo, V. Cope, D. Cope, J
Custis, D. Grantham, D. Hoffman, M. McGregor
J. Palmer, L. Patane, D. Pfizenmaier, B. Reigot-
tie, B. Rolax, Fi. Fiose, S. Wilson, K. Whittman, V
S TA GE
Members: G. Cullen, D. Matson, K. Falkenstein.
X " BLACK
President: Lief Jones!Yolanda Lewis
Vice President: Faida HiIl!Rochelle
Secretary: Venus Green!Shaun Green
Treasurer: Lynn Sprewell!Scott Turn-
Advisor: Mrs. Chapman
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Members fNot in order of appearance-J: V. Green, J. Grantham, L. Sprewell, A. Sprewell, L. Turlington, C. Anderson, L. Davis, S. Sampson, L.
Jones, M. Wright, C. Berger, T. Jones, P. DuBois, S. Green, Fl. Reed, D. Ferrer, M. Mears, A. Smith, T. Elie, F. Hill, Q. Wise, C. Groce, S. Turner, W.
Taylor, Y. Lewis.
'Nl President: Paul Otooni
W I Vice President: Adam Johnson
D45-New Secretary: Steve Powell
Treasurer: William Palacio
Advisor: Mr. Schmidt
Members fNot in order of appearancel: A. Baer, S. Bilgrami, J. Birmingham, N. Bradley, M. Bradley, M. Dimatties, T. Cline, E. Donahue, P.
Edwards, A. Johnson, S. Magee, Fi. Meagher, L. Menery, D. Mitchell, D. Moore, R. Mulford, P. Otooni, W. Palacio, S. Powell, B. Salter, C.
Seagraves, S. Vasil, K. Warrick, B. Waters, S. Waters, R. Wolfgang, E. Young, A. Zaman, B. Zycinsky.
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Members of this organization practice operating
the fundamentals of a democratic government.
Members: fLeft to Flightj Betsy Voltz, Fluth Lock-
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Members of this club share an interest in interna-
Members: tLeft to Flightt T. Daisy, Mr. Deutsh-
bauer, Advisory F. Zaman, C, Orrick, B, Voltz, K.
CHOIR 84 MADRIGALS
President: Dave Taylor
Vice-President: Michael Drummond
Secretaryz Clayton Waring
Treasurer: Aiaina Spadaro
Officers: Kym Thielking, Joe Birch
Members fnot in order of appearancejz Joe Birch, C.
Bourdon, M. Drummond, B. Harper, Fi. Johnson, J.
Lewis, B. Rolax, D. Taylor, B. Voltz, C. Waring, M.
Hain, C. Thompson, C. Beebe, J. Echart, S. Bradley,
M. Bradley, K. Carpo, P. Carpo, L. Deppenschmidt.
G. Dirraddo, K. Falkenstein, D. Hoffman, S. Lewis, J.
Matiack, L. Menery, D, Pfitzenmaier, T. Privott, K.
Schoenberg, A. Spadaro, K. Theiiking, T. Sasaki, A.
Wieland, J. Broglin, P. Ancharski.
MARCH ON TO VICTOR K
President: Patrick Ancharski
Vice President: David Taylor
Secretary: Rosa Babb
Treasurer: Jill Jackson
Drum Majors: Debbie Collins and David Taylor
Members: P. Ancharski, G. Cullen, R. Johnson, A. Fox, A. Askin, G.
Eckhardt, R. Jones, K. Babb, C. Kelly, R. Babb, D. Greenspan, M.
Krauss, G. Blew, S. Gustilo, C. Maddox, S. Chambers, C. Hampton, L.
McAlpin, S. Chila, J. Jackson, T. Owler, D. Collins, K. Jansen, D. Pendle-
bury, H. Collins, S. Jetter, S. Powell, E. Resnik, C. Rowand, D. Schuck, R.
Schuck. C. Shute, A. Sprewell, L. Sprewell, W. Richmond, D. Taylor, M.
Wooton, A. Jiminez, T. McAlpin.
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Band Front. J. Bowers, G. DiRaddo, D. Garwood, T. Gibbins, E. Kinsey, B. Pierce, M. Praul, R.
S. Roth, A. Smith, L. Starkey, K. Wescott, K. Sottile, C. Bourdon, S. McEvoy, B. Rolax, D. E
Fleming, J. Sliben, L. Connolly, M. Griscom, P. Eiohfeld, S. Lindeman, L. Joyner, T.
ORC!-IE S THA
President: David Taylor
Vice President: Jill Jackson
Secretary: George Cullen
Treasurer: Kristin Jansen
Manager: Pat Anoharski
Librarians: Coleen Kelly,
Members tNot in order of appearancel: E. Fer-
nandez, N. Stringfield, A. Steiger, B. Wallace, K.
Babb, S. McElroy, L. Starkey, J. Venturini, D.
Stewart, T. Baer, J. Yahnke, P. Eichteld, H. Bar-
tield, B, Cope, G. Travaline, A. Tillery, L. McCor-
mick, D. Elie, H. Roberts, N. Bradley, L. McEvoy,
T. Dougherty, B. Harper, G. Cullen, M. Bradley
The Jazz Ensemble consists of certain chosen
members of the band. They perform in several
concerts during the year.
The Concert Band plays a wide variety of music.
from classical to pop. Members are also eligible
to try out for All State.
SCHOOL NE VVSPAP F?
Staff: Editor: Margaret Griscorn. News Editor: Stephanie King, Fund Raising: Utausha Elie. Photo Editor: Tomoko Sasaki. Sports Editor: Vicki
Thurman, Entertainment Editors: Sean Gustilo, Emily Franco. Advisor: Ms. Evans.
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resident: Ellie Kinsey
ice President: Mike Drummond
ecretary: RJ. Meagher
reasurer: Elizabeth Volz
ssistant: Diane Garwood
embers tNot in order of appearancel: E. Kin
ey. M. Drummond, Fi. Meagher. E. Volz. D. Gar
ood, D. McCormick, S. McPherson, S, Roth, K
ansen, J. Bowers, K. Warrick, L. McCormick
. Cook, M. D'Amico. L. Starkey, V. Thurman
resident: John Venturini
ice President: Rachel Johnson
ecretary: Gabrielle Travaline
reasurer: Kristin Schoenberg
ress Agent: Andrew Stieger.
embers lNot in order of appearancel: R. John-
on, B. Harper, B. Volz. S. Mitchell, K. Schoen-
erg, M. Bradley, S. l-lannum. J. Matlack, J, Ven-
urini, Fi. Chang. M. Ramos, S. Hamilton. A.
tieger, M. D'Amico. G. Travaline, R. Johnson.
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President: Martin Gustiio
Vice President: Sara Sena
Secretary: William Palacio
Treasurer: Khatija Bilgrami
Historians: Sam Amico and
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Treasurer - Kathy VonHoltz
President - Bob Firth
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Secretary - Chris Douglas
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President- Ruth Lockbaum
Vice President- Timmy Lester
Secretary- Sandra Pirri
Treasurer- Maureen O'Driscoii
Committee Planner- Faustina Sippio
President- Ruth Lockbaum and Advisor-
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MANY THANKS, MRS. RDOLFINO
When we needed someone to lead us through our final year, you were there for us. Our Senior year was
a very demanding one, but you helped to make it much easier as you stood by us. Our projects and
activities ran smoothly under your leadership and organization. Without your help, our accomplishments
would not have been possible. Thank you for being there and keeping us on our toes. Your driving spirit
was something we could not have done without. You, too, were a friend- easy to talk to and easy to work
with VVe're glad that when we needed someone to take over you were picked for the job. No one else
could have done it better! We'll never forget what you've done for the Class of '86 and we hope the future
brings you many good things! X
THANK YOU MISS MA TTIOLI
On behalf of the class of nineteen-hundred and eighty-six we would like to express our deepest appreciation to Miss
Miss Mattioli, you were with us in the very beginning, and gave us three years of guidance, that certainly has not gone
unnoticed. When we first started out we were just strangers. Then with each passing day as we discussed, created, and
planned together- the closer we became. You were no longer just our advisor or teacher- you were our friend. Through your
own special way, you motivated us and helped us to grow and be successful together as a class. Although we admire your
dedication and leadership, it was those kind words of friendship that we can not forget. As someone we could trust and
depend on, you were there to listen- your door was always open. tand we took advantage of itlli Your spirits were always
high, and your devotion was strong and this of course is how we will always remember you. We'll miss you . . . The Class of
'86 wishes you the best of luck!
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7986 CLASS HISTORY
lt was September of '82 in what had just become our own GHS where we took our first steps together as friends, students,
achievers, but mainly as the spirited Class of 1986. The year of graduation it seemed was an eternity away, but countless
activites filled the gaps. Musicals, clubs, sports, and parties were among the best.
As Freshmen, Miss Mattioli was our advisor and our first year offficers were: President, Ruth Lockbaum, Vice President:
Glenn Esgro, Secretary, Gina Laspata and Treasurer, Kelly Swanson. Our days were spent with fundraisers in order to build
our first float for homecoming 1982, and our nights were busy with construction of the dragon in Sleeping Beauty to the
theme of "Fairytales". The float was victorious and we celebrated at the Homecoming Dance that same night. We were
then crowned spirit week champs by winning the final activity, the hall decorating contest. The year flew by and after finally
adjusting to our new environment it was time to leave.
In September of 1983 we were back again. As sophomores we somehow felt lost. We weren't uppperclassmen yet, but we
weren't the new, excited freshman class either. Soon though, we found that sophomores are just like everyone else and we
had still another great year. Miss Mattioli was behind us again and our only change in officers was Tina Weidner as our new
Homecoming brought win number 2 in the float contest, as we paid tribute to three heroes ofthe 196O's. Our sophomroe
hop capped off the year. After months of preparation the evening of May 6th arrived and in our gowns and tuxedos we
attended our first formal. "Time will Reveal" was our theme and Jay Wriggins and Ruth Lockbaum were crowned Prince
and Princess of the court.
As juniors Miss Mattioli was still hanging in there but among our officers there were a few changes, Kelly Swanson now
served as President while Tina Weidner took her place as treasurer. Two new faces were Brian Sprewell as Vice President
and Maureen O'Driscoll as Secretary. Miss Blumenfeld was also helping with our activities. This year we were finally
upperclassmen. One by one each of us obtained a driver's license and the fun never stopped. Our classes were tough but
somehow the experience and respect we had gained made them seem easy. This was also the year some of us decided to
take a different route by attending Gloucester County Vocational School daily. Our float "The Wonderful World of Disney"
which starred Mickey Mouse and friends was built for Homecoming 1984. We were ecstatic to know we had win number 3.
The hall decorating contest was replaced by a skit which carried the theme, "historical events". As Irving Carr and Brian
Sprewell rapped out the past, others joined in by acting out the parts, and we took ourselves to victory, in this event too. ln
. sports our school dominated the new Tri-County Conference as we had team championships in cross country, football,
T basketball, wrestling, and baseball. Our Jr.-Sr. Prom brought the year to an end. "Some Things Never Change" played
l throughout the elegant red room of Masso's Crystal Manor. At the end of the night Glenn Esgro and Ruth Lockbaum were
picked as King and Queen.
In 1985 Miss Blumenfeld became our new advisor as Miss Mattioli took a new job. It was hard to believe we were finally
seniors. Officers Ruth Lockbaum, Tim Lester, Sandra Pirri, Maureen O'Driscoll and Faustina Sippio were chosen to get us
through our final year. The year brought about a successful senior dinner dance and homecoming. Anna Bowers was
crowned homecoming queen after our first parade through town. ET was the title for our very last float competition. We
waited all day for the announcement that we were 4 TIME CHAMPIONS!!
Our trip to Florida, and our graduation were our final activities as seniors, wonderful conclusions to our 4 superb years.
When we leave here we will take the many lessons we have learned along the way. The friendships, the hardships, the fun
- the sharing, the caring, we will never forget.
Todd Edward Aspell
Denise L. Adams, "Dee", "Nostiva": June 17,
'68: Gemini: "Can you get served?": Friends:
Becky lEvai, Nancy, Colleen Weskai, Kym,
Faria, Carrie, Khatija, Sara: Likes: Winning, Flus-
sians, 4x4's, WMMR, Zepplin: Dislikes: Losing,
NJ T Bus Man, two faced and fake people, Ac-
tivities: Football stats 3-4, Hockey 1-2, Softball
1-2, Wrestling Mgr. 2, Mat Aids 1, Tennis 4, Jr.
Ach. Orchestra 1, World Affairs Club: Memories:
Live Aid, Spring Fling, Highland Raid, Louie,
Louie Parade, Football Camp: Future Plans: Col-
Reid Allen, Dec, 1, '67, Sagittarius: Friends: Jay,
Mike, Greg: Likes: Track: Dislikes: Shaving, wak-
ing up, Dans: Memories: Vegmo
Edward Todd Aspell, "Apple", "KH: March 12,
'68: Pisces: "Oh Boy": Friends: The Subbers,
Senior Girls, Soccer Team: Likes: Soccer, golf,
dances: Dislikes: Onions, losing, deadlines, Mon-
day. beat weekends: Activities: Soccer 1-4,
Baseball 1-3, Golf 4, Wrestling 1, SGA 1-4, Hop
and Prom Court, Float and Homecoming Comm.
Soccer Captain 4, Varsity Club 2-4, Memories:
9th pd. Folker, Pre Calc w!Mr. Crispin, Baseball
bus fire, beating Woodstown: Future Plans: Col-
Adria Badin-Kieser, "Age": Sept. 6, '68: Virgo:
"What?": Friends: Angela, Tina, Regina, Elina:
Likes: Shopping, New York, Dancing, Aerobics:
Dislikes: liars, Italian food, cheaters: Activities:
Marching Band 1-3, NHS 3-4: Memories: Chap-
ter l Champs, my cars, Easter Break '83: Future
Kevin Baldwin, Jan. 29, '68: Aquarius: "Oh
well": Friends: Mike Wigglesworth, Todd Boyer,
Scott Wigglesworth, Tom Wood: Likes: to draw,
football, music, T.V. Dislikes: homework: Memo-
ries: being wfthe gang in VA: Future Plans: Ser-
Khatija Bilgrami, "Tige": Nov. 24, '66: Sagittar-
ius: "Crap it": Friends: Carrie, Faria, Denise,
Tammy, Rachel, Flebecca, Kim, Sean: Likes:
sleeping late, tennis, summer time, fun, seafood:
Dislikes: running, stuck up people, science, T-
Bus man, homework: Activities: Tennis 1-4, Dra-
ma 1: NHS 3-4, Foreign Language Club 3-4,
World Affairs Club 2-4 Memories: Dusters, Wild-
wood, 4th in Philadelphia, "W-Bus", Louie,
Louie Parade: Future Plans: Elementary Educa-
Salad Bilgrami, "Gandi": Mar 1, 68': "Pisces":
"Just relax! Take it easy": Friends: Adam, Paul,
Willy, Fiichard, Pete, Steve, Chris, Darin: Likes:
Trips, football, cars, friends: Dislikes: School
food, English, snobs: Activities: World Affairs
Club, Apeiron Science Club, Tennis, Humanities
Club: Memories: Folker boat race, Chicago trip:
Future Plans: Engineering.
Joseph Will Birch, "Joe": Feb 16, 68': Aquarius:
Friends: Jamie, Harry, John, Dave: Likes: Music,
traveling, reading: Dislikes: Long lines: Activities:
Choir, Madrigals, All State Chorus, All South Jer-
sey Chorus, Science Club, Black Cultures Club.
World Affairs Club: Future Plans: College.
David P, Birmingham, "Frog": Mar 22, 6B':
Aries: "What's up'?": Friends: Bill, Terry, Lou,
Troy, Irvin, Benji, Craig, Brian: Likes: Wildwood,
hunting, Billy Squire, staying out late: Dislikes:
Stuck-up people, getting up early, Staying in:
Activities: Soccer 1-2, Wrestling 2: Memories:
Good friends, Mr. Felony, social studies, pep
rallies, voc. bus: Future Plans: Welding
Annelisa Bowers, "Anna": May 25, 68': Gemini:
"Oh look how cute!": Friends: Diane, Tom, An-
gela, Blaine, Julie, Carole, Darren: Likes: The
Beach, dancing, playing around with my little
brother, get-togethers, skiing: Dislikes: Cliques,
being pale, pressure, fake friends, family fights:
Activities: FBLA 4, Wrestling mgr. 2-4, Hop
comm., float comm, basketball cheerleader 1,
Homecoming Queen: Memories: Choo-choo,
Broodside-W, get togethers at L.F., first dances-
soph. and jun. yrs., Veg's house: Future Plans:
Thomas Boyer, "Mud": Dec. 5, 67': Sagittarius:
"Home boy": Friends: Victor, Larry, Irvin, Flob-
ert, Walt, Ftich, Chico, Leroy: Likes: Cars, mon-
ey, clothes: Activities: Basketball 1, Track 1:
Memories: Baseball, money, T.V. showa: Future
Dave Brown, "Spot": Dec. 6, 67': "Sagittarius":
"What's up?": Friends: Shawn, Todd, Field,
Chris, Glenn, Jerr, Mike, Nancy: Likes: Movies,
just hanging out, weekends: Dislikes: Scums,
Carole, Dan, homework: Memories: G
Building, Chuck's 9th period class, Spring Break
84', Humbert, the gang: Future Plans: College
Michelle Denise Brown: "Shelly": Aug. 4, '68:
Leo: "For reaI": Friends: Anita, Trisha, Larry,
Lisa, Ben, Faida, Yogi, Faustina: Likes: David,
Dancing, phone, music, work: Dislikes: simple
people, bad crowds, gym: Activities: Black Cul-
tures Club, Junior Achievement, Deca, Pep Club:
Memories: Ms. Klein, Ms. Aliberti, Virginia, Philly,
Mr. Goosby: Future Plans: R N
Lorrie Ann Burt, "Bean: Sept. 30, '67: Libra:
"What's up?": Friends: Denise, Quincy, Jack,
Larry, Tyrone, Patricia, Myrna, Dawn: Likes: pep
rallies, basketball games: Dislikes: nosey people:
Activities: Basketball V. cheerleader, Track:
Memories: Denise, Mr. Holland,. Mrs. Aliberti, Ju-
lius Brooks, Barry Lewis: Future Plans: l.l.S. Navy
Roxanne Burt, "Roxy": Aug. 30, '67: Virgo:
Friends: Janet, Michelle, Yolanda, Wanda, Katri-
cia: Future Plans: Job.
Stephanie Ann Byers: "Steph": Aug. 14, '68:
Leo: "Give me a break": Friends: Kelle, Carole,
Nancy, Drew, Carmen, Wayne, Sam, The Flap-
pers: Likes: my family, fireworks, Elvis, the
beach, sleep: Dislikes: waiting, being a taxi,
pressures, SuFu's, rain: Activities: SGA 1-3,
Marching Band 1, Soccer Mgr. 2-4: Memories:
Flappin' out, pursuit 7th pd, peach orchards,
Sept. '83, life gaurds ' 84, Nov 1, '85, meeting
"the man": Future Plans: College.
Rebekah Ann Byrer: "Becky": Mar. 13, '68: Pi-
sces: "Are you sure?": Friends: Denise tNos-
tival, Sheila, Faria, Michelle, Carrie, Colleen, Mi-
chelle, Carrie, Colleen, Tomoko, Kristen: Likes:
Tennis, Russians, WMMR. Road trips, days off:
Dislikes: NJ Bus man, hydro electric power
plants, stuck-up people, losing waiting: Activi-
ties: Softball 1-3, Tennis 3-4, World Affairs, Ju-
nior Achievement: Memories: Pole jumping, fire
fighting, Highland raid, Spring Fling, Louie: Fu-
ture Plans: College.
Irvin Carr: "The poet King Fresh": Dec. 20, '67:
Sagittarius: "YO rnanl!": Friends: Mark, Brian,
Bill: Likes: Talent shows, winning the Junior skit,
starting poetry in school: Future Plans: Technical
Michelle D. Brown
n f l
Angela l. Cimini
Carole Cline Shawn Conaway
Craig Cassaday, Sept. 22, '68: Virgo: "Can't
wait 'til Friday": Friends: Tim, Dan, TJ, Carmen,
Dave, Joe, Sajad, Mike: Dislikes: cold, rain,
stuck-up girls, bad golf, striking out: Activities:
baseball 1, golf 2-4: Memories: Mr. Steidle's
class, Mr. Kennedy's class, good friends, cold
rooms. Future Plans: 4-year college.
Scott Alan Chambers: "Corns": June 4, '68:
Gemini: "Hey Dude": Friends: Todd, Carmen,
Hob, Parrot, Grubber, Dave, Paul, Sara, Brew
Crew. Likes: weekends, music, money, dances.
Dislikes: Mondays, mornings, beat weekends,
out of gas, being broke. Activities: Drum line 1-4,
SGA 3, Float Committee 1-4. Memories: l118,
The 7-11 Accident, winning Chapters in '82. Fu-
ture Plans: College.
Christopher Clbo, "Kerm": Oct. 16, '67: "Li-
bra": "What it is": Friends: Shawn, Wayne, Joe,
Dennis, maybe one or two more: Likes: money,
Piper's Pit, The Stones, Bowie. Dislikes: heavy
medal, shaving. Memories: New Year's Eve Party
'83, Mr. New Jersey. Future Plans: College.
Angela Irene Cimini, "Ang" or "Fritt": May 4,
'68: "Taurus": "I know": Friends: Adria, Anna,
John, Diane, Julie, Timmy, Carole: Likes: Ratt,
Italians, South Philly, dancing: Dislikes: stuck-up
people, dressing for gym, liars, being cold: Ac-
tivities: SGA 2,4, Mat-aid, Hop and Prom comm,
Prom court, snowball court: Memories: Summer
of '84, Running with DH and KB, Stuck escala-
tor: Future Plans: Business School.
Carole Patrice Cline, i'Dippy": Dec. 26, '67:
Capricorn, "Are you serious'?": Friends: Nancy,
Shawn, Stephine, Kelle, Diane, Angela: Likes:
Shawn, late Friday nights, Springsteen: Dislikes:
trash cans, head games, waiting around,
Chevys: Activities: Band Front 1-3, Softball 1-2,
SGA 1, Deca 4: Memories: Band Competitions,
Winning Chapter I, Group I champs, English
Class, 30 min. drive to Wildwood, Summer of
'85: Future Plans: Be promoted.
Shawn M. Conaway, "Bo": January 24, '68,
Aquarius: "Hey Dude": Friends: Dave, Wayne,
Carole, Joe, Georgeski, Chris, Karen F, Ed:
Likes: Music, sketching, 130 mph, pay day: Dis-
likes: Slow drivers, English, Arguing w!Carole:
Activitiesi Float Comm.: Memories: New York
City, Spring break, Vacation '85-'86, Working on
floats, G-Building: Future Plans: industrial Fiefin-
Maurice Cook: "Marty": Apr. 5, '68: Aries:
"Get": Friends: Julio, LaTonya, Anthony, Ty,
Treva: Likes: Food, good times, nice Clothes:
Dislikes: Ignorance, peas, book reports: Activi-
ties: Foreign Language Club, Black Cultures
Club: Memories: my Adidas sneakers: Future
Benjamin Credell: "Benii": Dec. 3'67: Sagittar-
ius: "Block": Friends: Danielle, Troy, Tyrone,
Ronnie, Block, Mann, Goober, Julio, Tammy,
Kenya, Kim, Quincy, Faustina, Larry, Timmy,
Seniors: Likes: Food, study hall, driving cars,
homeboy: Dislikes: school lunch, 1st pd., stuck-
up people, detention: Activities: Football 1-4,
Baseball 2, Basketball 1-2, Track 1,3: Memories:
study hall, getting up, gym, my Senior year,
friends: Future Plans: College.
George F. Cullen: "Jack": Nov, 14, '67: Scorpio:
"Just following my hood ornament": Friends: Mi-
chele, Shawn, Karen, Drew, Dave, Ed, Wayne,
Jamie: Likes: music, theatre, Michele: Dislikes:
Scyls, English, turtles, cabbage: Activities:
Glass. summer Theatre '85, Jazz Ensemble, Or-
chestra, Concert band, stage crew, "Anthem":
Memories: "Summer of '85", concerts with An-
them, NY City, "Cage", The Shop: Future Plans:
Tamela Lynn Daisey: "Dent", Nov, 3, '66: Scor-
pio, "You irk me": Friends: Mary Ann, Faria,
Khatija, Liliana, Sara, Kermie, Esgro, everyone
else: Likes: Kris, weekends, time to myself, lying
in the sun, gossiping with Mar: Dislikes: waiting,
being late, people who nag, cliques, gym, home-
work: Activities: SGA 1,28 4, Drama Club 1-4,
ITS 1-4, FBLA 2-4, World Affairs 2-4, stage crew
4, choir 3, Marching Band 1, Morning Announce-
ments 2-4, WGPS T.V. 3-4: Memories: Meeting
Kris in '83, carrying Mar out of the bathroom,
winning chapters, trip to Florida, limo, proms,
hop: Future Plans: Army
Michele D'Amico, "Mush": Oct. 3, '68: Libra:
Friends: Tigger, Blue, Sheila, Paisley, Mark,
Dave, Sandy, Beth, Traci: Likes: Hooters,
friends, Robbie, music, art, stories: Dislikes: the
sun, snobs, preppies, funk, peas: Activities: Bas-
ketball Cheerleading 2, Softball Mgr. 2, Track 3-
4, Writing Club 4, Foreign Language Club 4:
Memories: Dion's murder, Ocean City with Tig-
ger, getting Bruce tickets, my adopted family,
ripped posters, Scranton: Future Plans: Music
George F. Cullen
Tamela Daisey Michele D'Amico
Adrienne M, Davis
Adrienne Michelle Davis, "Angel": Dec, 20, '68:
Sagittarius: "l'm not even trying to go that way":
Friends: Faida, Warren, Geno, Quincy, Ftonda-
vet, Liynn, Chico Beth: Likes: Clothes, food,
school, shrimp: Dislikes: Phony people, liars,
Benji: Activities: Girls Basketball Manager, Varsi-
ty Club, Black Cultures Club: Memories: Going
to Georgia's Six Flags: Future Plans: RN
Malcolm Dougherty. "Grubber": June 7, '68:
Gemini: "What's the deal'?": Friends: Brew
Crew, Mr. NJ, Sara, Greg, Bruce Pi: Likes: Ten-
nis, OM, knee boarding, Friday nights, ping
pong, Dislikes: MB, nuts, winter, Mon. mornings:
Activities: Tennis 1-4: Memories: lrv's, G-Build-
ing, Cove, Bonfire, Folkers class: Future Plans:
Michael Carl Winthrope Drummond, "Mike":
Feb. 23, '68: Pisces: "What's Up'?": Friends:
Michelle, Sheila, Mike, Joe, Kim: Likes: Soccer,
books: Dislikes: snobs, not having money: Ac-
tivities: Soccer 1-4, Winter Track 2-4, Spring
Track 1-4, Foreign Language Club 1-4, Pres. 3,
V. Pres. 2- 4, Black Cultures Club 1-2, Junior
Achievement 2-4, Pres. 2-4, choir 1-4, V. Pres.
4, Close-Up 3, Memories: Freshman year, Close-
Up Trip, Pole vaulting, Jr. year, shot putting,
Senior Trip: Future Plans: College.
Glenn Michael Esgro, "Screw", "Skippy": Dec.
19, '67: Sagittarius: "Hey Bud", "Get the ... "
Friends: The Subbers, The study hall gang, Sen-
ior Women, TL, FlB, FM, GM, CC, WG: Likes:
NC, baseball, Dislikes: grass drills, losing, getting
kicked in the face, ungiven directions, Document
Based Essays: Activities: Soccer 1, Baseball 1-4,
Football 2-4, Wrestling 1, Class V,P. 1, SGA1-3,
Pres. 4 Football Captain 4, Baseball Captain 4:
Memories: Bus Fire, Jamies party, Shore '85, I-
118:'Future Plans: College.
Karen Marie Falkenstein, "B-T-H": Nov. 8 '67:
Scorpio: "Where's the party?" Friends: KK, GC,
CL, JG, BH, MZ, JF, Jimbo, SB, ZBT, SS, DS,
Likes: ZBT, WMMFi, Temple U, South Street:
Dislikes: Waking up, poverty: Activities: Stage
Crew, YA, Softball, Tennis Mgr., NJSA-WA1-S,
Close-up, HUB, Writers Club: Memories: Spring
Fling, ZBT, Animal House, being kidnapped,
JG's 81 CL's Party, Daniels Bandit, general: Fu-
ture Plans: Temple.
David Fernandez, "Doc" Sept. 22, '67: Virgo:
"Yeah!" it's party time": Friends: Class of '86,
Enedig, Wades, Troy, LeRoy, Coley D. Pegg:
Likes: fast cars, food: Dislikes: the box, vegeta-
bles, Activities: Basketball, track: Memories:
"summer of '85, Maria, parties, movies: Future
Plans: Pennco tech.
Mark C. Franklin Treva Gaines
Thomas Gillman Julio Gomez
Lee Griscom James Grupenhoff
Mark Franklin, "Dubmaster": April 30, '68, "Yo
what's up'?": Friends: Brian, Irving, Bill, Tyrone,
Clarence, Quincy, Tom: Likes: girls, money,
clothes, cars: Dislikes: school lunch, homework,
being broke, biters: Activities: Football: Future
Treva Gaines, "Trea": Sept. 8, '68: Virgo:
"That'll work": Friends: Howard, Myrna, Lily,
Tara, Dawn, Beverly, Kenya, Althea: Likes: good
food, Fellows, parties, basketball, football, Dis-
likes: conceited people, bad food, boring par-
ties: Activities: Basketball Cheerleading 2, Foot-
ball Cheerleading, Freshman basketball, D.E. 1,
Softball, Track: Memories: Flun in with Perry
twins: Future Plans: College.
Thomas Gillman, "Barney": Feb. 26, '68: Pi-
sces: "Hey dude": Friends: Deana, Tom, Todd
H., Joe B., Don, Dean? Likes: gang?, money,
parties: Dislikes: owing money, school, stuck up
people: Memories: school, being with Deana,
friends: Future Plans: Business Management.
Julio Ft. Gomez, "Hoot": July 27, '68: Leo:
"F.T.B.": Friends: Marty, Primo, Tiny, Benji, Kid
Chip, Sherri, Princy: Likes: money, music,
gold, GH.: Dislikes: school, no money, stuck-up
people, no GH., being bored: Future Plans: Mili-
tary and College.
Lee Griscom, "Wood": June 19, '68: Gemini:
"What's up son'?": Friends: Jamie G., Glenn E.,
Wayne V., Sam A., Mike W., Dave, and son tTim
LJ, the rest know who they are: Likes: money,
parties, sports, Whoppers: Dislikes: bad refs,
missing tackles, striking out, Monday mornings:
Activities: Football 1-4, Baseball 1-4: Memories:
the bus tire, 1983 Football season, I-118,
dances: Future Plans: College.
James Grupenhoft, "Sandals": "Jame":
"Grup": Feb. 24, '68, "Pisces": "You better
git": Friends: The crew, Mr. N.J., Scro, Gwath,
J.L., C.C., KK., T.L., S.C., D.B., W.G., RB.,
SA., W.V.: Likes: parties, weekends, slammin,
summer, steamroller: Dislikes: school, Sundays:
Activities: Baseball 1-4: Memories: I-118, Fresh-
man year dances, Avalon, Mr. N.J., Folker's
class: Future Plans: College.
Tina Marie Gwalthney, "Teena", "Fashion":
Feb. 20, '68: Pisces: "Oooh", "oh no!": Friends:
The Breakfast Bunch, Hockey girls, the Subbers,
Boo lmoo, Chris S., D.M.: Likes: Field Hockey, '
Big Macs, Muscles, winning: Dislikes: fake peo-
ple, back stabbers, smokers, Greeks, waiting:
Activities: Field Hockey 1-4, Softball 1, SGA 1-4,
Varsity Club 3-4, Mat Aid, Homecoming Comm.,
Float Comm., National Honor Society: Memo-
ries: the 6-pack, Pennsylvania Consumers, Fri-
day mornings, Cl and DM sisters, pit stops,
bruised knees, 22 St 14, Floy's Taxi Cab Service:
Future Plans: Specialized nurse
Faida Hill, "Foxy Fay": Dec. 19, '68: Sagittarius:
"ain't nothin"': Friends: Kim, Bevy Bev, K.S.
Fresh, Timmy, CJ-Dog, Larry, Dawn, Myrna, Ta-
sha, Fi-Fi, Jazzy-J, Leif, David: Likes: spaghetti.
cheering, bagging up, grubbin', guys: Dislikes:
reading, school lunches, immature people,
cheese: Activities: Spring track 3-4, President
and Vice-President Black Cultures Club 2-4,
SGA 3-4, Football Cheerleader 3, Basketball
Cheerleader 3-4, Marching band 2, Pep squad
3-4, Homecoming Court 4: Memories: Neil Wise
tried to jump tennis net, hockey mile: Future
Diane Hofmann, "Deen: June 12, '68: Gemini:
"Ya know": Friends: Anna, Angela, Carole,
Tom, Blaine, Julie, Dena: Likes: Being with Tom:
Dislikes: Breakfast, stuck-up people, clubs:
Memories: Me, Kim and Ang running, Brookside
with choo-choo: Activities: FBLA, Field hockey
1, wrestling man 2-4, float comm.: Future Plans:
Bradford Business School
Tina Gwalthney Adriene Harden
Faida Hill Dawn Hinton
Diane Hofmann William Humbert
Bill lmmel, "Boo lmoo", July 7, '68, Cancer, "oh
no", Friends: Teena, Sandra, Chris, Sean, Troy,
Joe, Anthony, Benji, Likes: Dances, Tennis, soc-
cer, Dislikes: Homework, winter, Monday morn-
ings, Activities: Soccer 1-4, Basketball 1, Varsity
tennis 3-4, World Affairs club, Foreign Language
Club, NHS, Varsity club, Memories: The prom,
Freshmen basketball, Roy's taxi cab service: Fu-
ture Plans: College.
Carmen F, lnsana, 'tCarm", July 23, '68, Leo,
"Getta Grip": Friends: Dion, Hob, Jamie, Greg,
Scott, Malcolm, Steph, Sara, Likes: tennis,
"Steamroller", Dislikes: Rainy days, Monday
mornings, homework: Activities: Wrestling 1-4,
Basketball 1-2, tennis 3-4, Memories: l-118, it's
either the window .... or thissss, Elina's party,
Future Plans: College.
Tim Jansen, "Jens", Nov. 3, '67, Scorpio, "Get
a Life", Friends: Craig, Dion, Bob, Bill, Dave,
Likes: cars, Golf, weekends, Dislikes: Home-
work, stuck-up women, going to work, camaros,
Activities: Marching Band 1-3, Concert Band 1-
2, Jazz Band 1-2, Orchestra 2-4, Honors Band 1,
Golf 3-4: Memories: Winning Chapter I Cham-
pionship, Future Plans: College.
Adam Johnson, "Ad": Jan. 28 '68, Aquarius,
"Forget it", Friends: Paul, William, Saiad, Chris,
Rich, Dave, Steve, Pete: Likes: Football, friends,
college, Dislikes: Snobs, Baseball, Pain, Activi-
ties: Science Club 3-4, World Affairs Club 1-4,
Tennis 1-4, NHS 4, Humanities Club 1-2, SGA 2,
Memories: Bombing the P's, guy with shotgun,
being chased in Phil., Future Plans: Columbia U.
Dennis Kirkpatrick, "the menace", April 29, '68,
Taurus, "What's up'?", Friends: Chris, Tom, Rob,
Dave, Joe, Bill, Likes: Money, cars, cruising,
weekends, Dislikes: Stuck-up people, Memories:
school, Future Plans: College,
Bruce E, Klein, "Brew", March 24, '68, Arles,
"Ciao Franco, Che cosa fai qui'?": Friends: Ter-
ry, Clayton, Russell, Sara, Holly, Likes: Drawing,
my V.W., sleep, Dislikes: fake people, work,
small children, Memories: Homecoming floats,
Get Acquainted Dance, the Fall Guy, Senior Trip,
Future Plans: College.
Dennis Kirkpatrick Bruce Klein
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Kelle Annemarie Kortonick, "Kelle", Dec. 16,
'67, Sagittarius, "Go for it", Friends: Stephanie,
Gregory, Faria, Drew, Joe, Jamie, Carole, The
Flappers, Likes: Soccer, days off, The Morning
Zoo, "Gone With The Wind", Dislikes: Being a
taxi, the hockey mile, Power 99, Sufu's, Hydro-
electric power plants, Activities: SGA 1, Musical
3, Marching Band 1-2, varsity soccer mgr. 3-4,
Memories: "Endless Love", 7th. pd. trivial, 8th.
pd. Study Hall, G-Big., The Prairie 10!27!84,
4!16!85, summer '85, Flappin' Out, May-Boat,
Spring Fling '85, Wake up and slam, Future
Joe LaMonica, "Gabby", Sept 7 '68, Virgo, "l
don't know", Freinds: Wayne, Sam, Shawn, Tim,
Kelle, Tom, Greg, Likes: Soccer, Italian food,
winning: Dislikes: Pitman, Activities: Soccer 1-4,
Memories: Beating Woodstown: Future Plans:
Gina A. Laspata, "Jean", Feb. 9, '68, Aquarius,
"What'?", Friends: The Breakfast Bunch-1,
Hockey girls, Subbers, Denise, Sammy, BB, B.
Ciff, Likes: New Hampshire, quiet times, Hulk-
ster, friends and family, Dislikes: fighting, liars,
secrets, nosey people, Activities: Class Sec. 1,
Treas. 2, field hockey 1-4, Var. Club 3-4, SGA 1-
4, Wrestling mgr. 1, girls basketball mgr. 1, Hop,
Prom, and float Comm., FBLA Vice Pres.,
Memories: USN, Blot, C-213, 6-pack, 14 and 22,
LFtis a , New Years Eve 84', Future Plans:
Tim Lester: "The Macho Man", Apr. 9, '68,
Aries, "Look man", Friends: Tyrone, Hollybush
Wrecking Crew, KP, Everybody who is some-
body, Mrs. Watts, my son Woodrow, Melissa:
Likes: Contact sports, inflicting pain, my blue
glasses, Dislikes: Disrespectful people, sore feet,
missing tackles, Activities: Football 1-4, Basket-
ball 1-4, Baseball 1,3-4, Senior class VP: Memo-
ries: My Senior yr,, '83 Football season, Phil
Turner's Workshop, Future Plans: College.
Yolanda D. Lewis, "Yogi", July 28, '68, Leo,
"Child, let me tell you", Friends: Carl, Bev, Kim,
SB, Martina, Myrna, Andrea, Angel, Michele,
Likes: Fun, laughing, Carl, being around Bev St
Beth, Dislikes: Fly guys, waiting, talkers, Activi-
ties: Field Hockey 1, Marching Band 1-2, Bas-
ketbll 1, Black Cultures Club 2-4, Pres. 4, FBLA
3-4, Var. Club 3-4, SGA 4, Tennis 2, Girls Track
Mgr. 3, Deca 3-4, Memories: Carl, Trick-O-Treat-
ing, The Va. Trip, Future Plans: College.
Timothy Lester Yolanda Lewis
John Ft, Little. "Little": Nov. 30, '68: Sagitarius:
"Not quite": Friends: Shawn C., Wayne V.,
Woody G., Angela C., Tim L., Sam A., Dave B.:
Likes: Being with Heather, Motley Crue, heavy
metal, BATT: Dislikes: Mondays, school, Power
99, WCAU 98: Memories: going to Crue concert
twice, Batt concert, Sr. Class Trip: Future Plans:
Attend Jr. College.
Ruth Lockbaum, "Legs", "Stick": Aug. 19, '68:
"I can't, I have a meet tomorrow": Friends: Tina
W., Maureen O., Gina L., Kelly S., Linda B., Tina
G, Sandra P., Jr. girls: Likes: Frank M., double
dates, running, Two Vic's, happiness: Dislikes:
Long practices, long homework assignments,
being confused: Activities: Field hockey 1-2,
Basketball 1, X-Country 3-4, Indoor Track 2-4,
Spring Track 1-4, Class President 1,2,4, girls
citizenship alt, Hop queen, Prom queen, Home-
coming court, Jr. Miss Pageant, Varsity club,
SGA, NHS: Memories: Sr. trip, Class '84, Cross-
Country Champ '84, Hop '85: Future Plans: Col-
Regina Ann Loungo, "Beg", "Jeannie": July 19,
'68: Cancer: "Oh my gosh": Friends: The Break-
fast Bunch, Senior guys, my brothers, Bunny M.,
Hockey girls, Gary W., my parents: Likes: my
family, being with friends, dancing, happy peo-
ple, adventures: Dislikes: people in bad moods,
guy troubles, waiting, let downs, not knowing the
future: Activities: Softball 1-4, Hockey mgr, 2-4,
SGA 2-4, SGA secretary 4, Hop Comm., Prom
Comm., Float Comm, Orchestra 1-3: Memories:
Class of '84, New Years '83 8 '84, Ms, Mattioli,
Prom '85, the 6-pack, weekends wffriendsz Fu-
ture Plans: College.
Carol Mander, Jan, 3, '67: "Capricorn": Likes:
Softball, chocolate: Activities: Softball: Future
Plans: Glassboro State.
Angel Mastrianni, Sept. 26, '68: "Libra": "Chill
out": Friends: Yogi L., Ann M., Gina P., Ftenee
P., Melanie G., Doug D., the girls from SH, The
guys from college: Likes: Mustangs. Doug D..
JP, sleeping, cruising with Ann M, and the guys:
Dislikes: waking up, English, moving away:
Memories: Summer of '85, Jan. 30, '84, Mrs.
Harris' class, AM house: Future Plans: College.
Drew Mattson, "Drew": March 8, '68: "Pisces"L
"Nope": Friends: George, Steph, Kelle, Jame.
Little, Hob, Karen, Ed: Likes: The Cove, OM,
skiing, guitar, Jammin: Dislikes: bad weather,
cheapness, A.P. midterm: Activities: Crew stage,
band, golf: Memories: l-118. 9th Folker, vacation
'85, Anthem, slurrs: Future Plans: College.
William McAndrew Kimberly McDevitt
Terrence McElroy Gregory McLeer
Tyrone Mears Donald Meddings
William S. McAndrew, "Bill", Oct, 9, '66: Librai
"Hey my man": Friends: Bruce, George, i-larry,
Neil, Dan, Frank: Likes: hunting, auto racing,
fishing, archery: Dislikes: mouthy people, stuck-
up people, Memories: last 4 years, best of all
12th grade: Future Plans: Law Enforcement.
Gregory McLeer, "Greg", April 29, '67, Taurus:
"You know", Friends: Lisa, Jay, Kelle, Mike.
Fieid, Veg, Chris, Todd: Likes: spending time with
friends, soccer, pizza, winning: Dislikes: ist peri-
od English, waking up, hard soccer practice, los-
ing, Activities: Soccer 1-4, Golf 3-4, Baseball 2.
Wrestling 1, l-lop court, Prom court: Memories:
beating Woodstown in soccer, going places in
the May boat, Salem game, Future Plans: Electri-
Tyrone C. Mears, "Ty", Jan. 22, '67: Aquarius:
"Let you tell it", Friends: Quincy, Terrence, Tom,
Brian, Tim, everybody who is somebody, Likes:
movies, games, people who like to have fun:
Dislikes: conceited people: Activities: Football,
Basketball, Black cultures club, Memories: 1983
Football season, my Senior year. Future Plans:
Donald Lee Meddings, "Mort", June 10, '68:
Gemini: Friends: Chris S., Dave B., Tyler M., Ty
M., Bill M., Clarence Ft.: Likes: cars, pizza, mon-
ey, family: Dislikes: school, spinach, homework:
Memories: woodshop class, class of '86, friends:
Future Plans: Have my own craft shop.
Myrna Yvonne Minatee "M8tM": Nov. 19, 67':
Scorpio: "Hey Babe": Friends: Treva, Dawn,
Timmy, Beverly, Yogi, Kenya, Quincy, Faida:
Likes: Having a nice time, intelligent guys, sea-
food, music: Dislikes: Fake people, cool guys,
not having money: Activities: Band, Basketball,
Football Cheerleader, Girls Track: Memories: My
10th grade year with Nate: Future Plans: Col-
Bill Montgomery, "Bill": Act, 27, 67': Scorpio:
"Chill out": Friends: Dave, Lou, Terry, Greg:
Likes: Going out, money, sport cars: Dislikes:
Dull people, conceited people: Activities: Wres-
tling, GCC Voc School-Welding: Memories:
Great times at GHS: Future Plans:Welding Engi-
Ty Morrison, "Marty Love": Sept. 18, 67': Virgo:
"What's up with that'?": Friends: Spark, Hon-D,
Blue-Magic, Ramo-D, G.O.T,, J.T., Karen-K,
Kirnmy4K: Likes: Food, good sneaks, nice
clothes: Dislikes: None: Future Plans: Electrician,
Tyler Morrison, "TylenoI": Sept. 18, 67': Virgo:
"Word": Friends: Kim, Karen-K, Chalette,
Flamo-D, Majik: Likes: Cars, ice cream: Dislikes:
None: Future Plans: College.
Russell Mozier, "Fluss": Sept. 25, 682 Libra:
"What does that prove?": Friends: Mike, Larry,
Ruth, Tony, Mike K, Terry, Bruce: Likes: Van
Halen, Lamborghinis, hunting, sleeping: Dislikes:
Stuck up people, going to school: Activities:
Track 1-3: Memories: Freshman year: Future
Plans: Military Service, Art School.
Carrie Anne Orrick
Sherri Nelson, "Sher": July 2, '68: Cancer: t'Get
out of my lace": Friends: Nancy, Panda, Carrie,
Kathy, Denise, Ellie, Joey, Fiuth: Likes: Joey,
Class of '86, pizza wlmushrooms: Dislikes:
Pushy freshmen, smoke, getting up: Activities:
Hub 2: Memories: Prom weekend, lunch
w!Panda, Mr. Suk: Future Plans: Kindergarten
Maureen O'Driscoll, "Fleen": Feb. 16, '68:
Aquarius: "You dog": Friends: Breakfast Bunch,
Hockey girls, the subbers, Chris, Bonnie, Eric,
Gary, Skip: Likes: Chris, winning, field hockey,
Ocean City: Dislikes: Losing, confusion, secrets,
smokers: Activities: Field hockey 1-4, Capt. 4,
Basketball 1-4, Softball 1-4, SGA 1-4, Class
Trea. 4, NHS 2-4, Executive Coun. 3, Pres. 3,
Prom Court. Homecoming Court: Memories: LR
is a .,.. , hockey camp, nite before Pitman, a
smile from KJ, Class '86: Future Plans: College.
Carrie Orrick, "Carr": July 22, '68: Cancer:
"l-loney": Friends: Faria, Khatija, Sean, Rebec-
ca, Bachel, Becky, Denise, Beth: Likes: thunder
storms, sleeping on sidewalk, summer: Dislikes:
seafood, getting up, T-bus man, Cold weather:
Activities: World Affairs Club 3, Cheerleading 1,
Marching Band 1-3, Musical 1: Memories: Louie
Louie Parade, 4 in Philly, W-Bux, "The duster":
Future Plans: College:
Paul C. Otooni, "Tooni": Jan: 18, '6B: Capri-
corn: "Nah": Friends: Will, Adam, Saiad, Steve,
Dave, Pete: Likes: The Ivy League, tennis, air-
craft: Dislikes: poories, deadlines, limits: Activi-
ties: Pres. World Affairs Club 3-4, Pres. Science
4, Football 3, Who's Who: Memories: Hacking
the poories, engineering seminar: Future Plans:
Aerospace Engineering at Yale.
Alana Charmaine Phelps, "Lana": July 4, '68:
Cancer: "Somehow I don't think so": Friends:
Kym, Eric, "Tween, Lainie, Kelle, Stephanie
Likes: being w!Twee, hanging out, shore: Activi-
ties: Concert Choir 1-3, Madrigals 2-3, Wrestling
Mgr. 1-2: Memories: Dances, Soph. and Jr. year:
Future Plans: College.
Tamara Pendlebury Alana phelps
Beverly Pierce, "Bevy-Bev": March 27, '68:
Aries: "Hey girl!": Friends: Kenya, Jeannal, Yogi,
Kim, Fay, Myrna, Dawn, A-Dog, Larry, Troy,
Man, Timmy, Sybie: Likes: talking, laughing with
friends, spending money: Dislikes: perpetrators,
running, fly guys, immature people, Activities:
SGA 1-4, Black Cultures club 1-4, Hockey 1,
Softball 1, Boys basketball mgr. 2-4, Marching
Band 1-4, FBLA 3-4, Deca 4: Memories: The Va.
trip, when Neil fell over the tennis court nets.
senior year, Trick-or-treating: Future Plans: Col-
Sandra Pirri: "Perry": June 24, '68: Cancer:
"You'll love it": Friends: The breakfast bunch,
the subbers, Boo Imoo, The Flappers, Chris,
Frank T., Dino L., Debbie and Bakery girls: Likes:
Chris, weekends, Big Macs, the shore, true
friends: Dislikes: fake friends, liars, back-stab-
bers, two faced people, being without money,
not having a tan, people who whisper: Activities:
Softball 1-4, SGA 1-4, NHS, Homecoming court,
Hop and Float comm.: Memories: Flappin' out,
the prom of '85, Boy's taxi cab service, Pennsyl-
vania "Consumers", Italian class, being some-
one's rent-a-friend: Future Plans: College.
Renee Dawn Porter: "Flenee": Nov. 14, '67:
Scorpio: "Hi": Friends: Debbie M., Chippy, Beth,
Kim, Deana, Mary, Angel, Will: Likes: General
Hospital, love songs, Jack Wagner, Classic
Coke, "Hoover": Dislikes: waking up early,
disco, crowded hallways: Activities: FBLA 3:
Memories: friends, making my quilt, the class of
'87, 1st period gym class, Steno ll Class: Future
Plans: Bradford school.
Bruce Fieistle, Oct. 24, '67: Scorpio: "What a
boob": Friends: David, Malcolm, Larry, Russ,
Jim: Likes: Talking Heads, Lemon Heads: Activi-
ties: Tennis, NHS, Boy's state: Future Plans: Col-
Elina Flesnik, "Shorty", April 27, '68: Taurus",
"What's up'?": Friends: Shell, Deb, Rosa, Saun-
dra, Adria, Cheryl, Janice: Likes: eating, sleep-
ing, music, dancing, being with friends: Dislikes:
getting up, stuck-up people, Mondays, rain: Ac-
tivities: Marching Band 1-4, Concert Band 1-4,
Orchestra 2: Memories: Winning Chapter I
Championships: Future Plans: College.
Clarence Roane, "Stump"g Dec. 31. '67: Capri-
corn: "What's up babe'?": Friends: Quincy, Rob,
Brian, Lisa, Tyrone, William, Patricia, Myrna:
Likes: Mrs. Bullock, Mr. Fluck, Mrs. Robinson,
Lisa, Jerry: Dislikes: Mr. Gee, Activities:'Track 1-
4, Pep squad, Basketball 1-2, Black Cultures
club 3-4: Memories: Mrs. Bullock, the time Neil
fell over a hurdle, Lisa: Future Plans: Penco
Beth Fiolax Christopher Flowand
Linda Rupinski MiCl"l6el S3f1dS
Daniel Savin Dion Schulde
Beth Trinette Bolax, "Lady B": Sept. 7, '67:
Virgo: "Hey what's up?": Friends: Paula, Cheryl,
Beverly, Angel, Faida, Tyrone, George, Saul:
Likes: Church, friends, skating, singing, my sis-
ter: Dislikes: Perpetraters, two-faced people: Ac-
tivities: Track mgr. 1-2, Foreign Language Club,
Deca 1, FBLA 1-2, Choir 2, Marching Band 1-3:
Memories: BCC trip when Neil W. fell over the
tennis courts, Black Studies class: Future Plans:
Chris Fiowand, "Fiow": Jan 14, '68: Capricorn:
"Kool dude": Friends: Joe, Sheila, Shane, Dean,
Caraluzzo, class of 88' girls, Scott: Likes: Skiing,
skating, eating, summer: Dislikes: Detention,
veggies, color green, old styles, Pitman: Activi-
ties: Varsity Soccer: Memories: Freshman year
with Dean, Florida vacation, last summer, Shane
falling asleep: Future Plans: Work.
Linda Ann Fiupinski, "Lin": Oct. 24, '67: Scor-
pio: "Are you serious'?": Friends: Breakfast
Bunch, Senior guys, Chris S, Frank T, Fiuth,
Steph, my mom, Lainie, Sara: Likes: Corvettes,
private talks, dancing, laughing with friends.
summertime, spending lots of money: Dislikes:
Disappointments, fighting among friends, stereo-
types: Activities: Field Hockey, Softball mgr. 1,
Hop comm., Hop Court, Float Comm., Mat Aid,
SGA 2-4, Prom Court, Homecoming comm.:
Memories: L.Fi. is . . ., New Years Eve '84, Cali-
fornia East, Spring Fling '85, waiting for those
special calls: Future Plans: College.
Michael Charles Sands, "Miken: June 12, 68':
Gemini: "Yea, sure right": Friends: Fieid, Jay,
Greg, Veg, Dino, Joe, Wittmann, Chris, Ron,
Chris B., Glenn, Steph, Tina, Sandra, Tina W.,
Gina, Am!PM gang: Likes: Going to race-track
and winning, Genesis, Bruce Springsteen, Ea-
gle's games, having money, 9th period study
hall: Dislikes: Losing at the track, work, not hav-
ing my own car, AP History, Prom 85': Activities:
Soccer 1-3, Wrestling 1, Baseball 2, Prom Court:
Memories: Fioy's Taxi Cab Service, Salem Bas-
ketball game, Baseball bus fire: Future Plans:
Danny Savin, "Nane": May 6, 67': Taurus:
Friends: Burt, Vic, Tom, George, Craig, Quincy,
Clarence, Mr. Fluck: Likes: Working, music, fast
cars, luxury cars: Dislikes: Waking up, ignorant
people: Memories: Class trip, Clementon Lake
Park: Future Plans: Mechanic.
Dion John Schulde, "D": Oct 18, 67': Libra:
"Think of that": Friends: Mazz, Carm, Jamie,
Boo lmoo: Likes: All nighters, Flyers, Jimi Hen-
drix, "steamroller": Dislikes: Basketball without
nets: Activities: Football 1-2, Baseball 1-2, SGA
1-2: Memories: lt's either the window or
thislllg Future Plans: Casino Dealer,
Sara Sena: Feb. 4, '68: Aquarius: "Oh Yeah":
Friends: Greg. Steph, Liliana, MaryAnn. Tammy,
Karen, Kelle: Likes: Greg, Billy Idol, shopping,
meeting people, dancing, jaguars: Dislikes:
snobs, failing, waiting. Activities: Snowball
Court, Prom Court, SGA 3, NAHS, Softball 2,
Hockey 1, Basketball 1. Memories: G-Big, Black
Duck, I-Big, The Shore, Bowe School. Future
Lou Sgorlon: "Louie": Oct. 31, '67: Scorpio:
"Yea, you think so": Friends: Kym, Chippy,
Tom, Buss, Nancy, Billy, Frog, Terri, Likes:
Cheesecakes wfmayo, going out: Dislikes: rainy
Mondays, homework. Activities: VICA 3-4, Vo-
cational School 3-4: Memories: Vocy-Bus, leav-
ing school early: Future Plans: welding school.
Faustina Janeal Sippio, "Fausy Baby": Aug. 5,
'68: Leo: "Wake up and smell the coffee":
Friends: Bev, Faida, Schmoogie, Beth, Kenya,
Quincy, Clarence, Brian: Likes: reading: Dislikes:
perpetrating: Activities: Track 1-4, Winter track
4, FBLA 3-4, Basketball Mgr. 4, NHS 3-4, Black
Cultures Club: Memories: June 18, '81 Neil fall-
ing, trick-o-treating: Future Plans: College
Kimberly Smith-Bey, "Schmoggie": Feb: 11,
'68: Aquarius: "How about that?" Friends: DH,
GP, FH, JL, Nikki, Tyrone, BP: Likes: SM, mom,
Tinker: Dislikes: being stood up, getting up early:
Activities: Basketball 1-4, Capt. 3-4, Track 1-4,
Co-Capt: 3-4, Hub, Field Hockey 2, SGA Vice
Pres: 4, FBLA 3, Varsity Club 1-4, Homecoming
Court: Memories: Girls B-Ball almost SJ
Champs, Winning track: Future Plans: College.
Alaina Marie Spadaro, "Shortie": March 22, '68:
"Aries": "l'm sooo tired": Friends: Shawn, Mi-
chele, Sara, Alana, Sheila, Marie, Linda, Kym:
Likes: MB, singing, dancing, Bon and Sean: Dis-
likes: slow drivers, being wlo SC: Activities:
Choir 1,2,4, Choir Treas. 2-4, Football Stats 3-4,
Hop and Float Comm. 4: Memories: Bruce K. 8th
pd. the Prom, Dance Junior Year: Future Plans:
Brian Keith Sprewell, "Buzzy B": Oct. 18, '67:
"Libra": "That's a bet": Friends: Missy, April,
Lori, Faustina, Kenya, Angel, Clarence, The
Crew: Likes: my girl: Dislikes: nosey people: Ac-
tivities: Junior Vice Pres, Black Cultures Club:
Memories: The Crew, "Class of '86, Future
Plans: Making money.
Alaina Spadaro Brian Sprewell
Christopher L, Starkey: "The Stark": Nov. 10.
'67: "Scorpion: "Dig it": Friends: Grady, Don,
Dion, Mike, Sara: Likes: no school, Fridays, mon-
ey: Dislikes: spoiled brats, Mondays, school: Ac-
tivities: Marching Band 3, JV Basketball 1, JV
Track: Future Plans: Government work.
Kenya Suiter: "KS, Fresh": Feb. 14, '68:
"Aquarius": "Yez": Friends: Beverly, Falda,
Kim, Beth, Jennae, Sybie, Dawn: Likes: parties,
rapping, listening to people talk, handsome men,
reading: Dislikes: perpetrators, silly girls, walking
to school, super chill guys: Activities: Field hock-
ey 1, Basketball 1, Marching band 1-2, Cheer-
leading 2, Basketball mgr. 3-4, Black Cultures
club 1-2: Memories: Virginia trip, gym '86, the
time - tripped at the pep rally, lunch senior year:
Future Plans: College.
Kelly Ann Swanson: "Kel": Nov. 23, '67: "Sagit-
tarius": "Just kidding": Friends: The Breakfast
Bunch, Fluth, Hockey girls, Senior guys, Frank
Triff, Flay, Lee F., Kristi, Danny Ft, my cousins,
George, etc.: Likes: my family, dancing, warm
smiles, my God children, pretty eyes: Dislikes:
stereotypes, losing, when people don't get
along, not being called: Activities: Hockey 1-4,
Girls Basketball mgr. 1, Varsity Club 3-4, Class
treas. 1, Class sec. 2, Class pres. 3, NHS 2-4,
Sec. 4, Hop court, Homecoming court: Memo-
ries: Hockey camp, night before Pitman, Spring
Fling, California East, going out with friends, Ms.
Mattioli: Future Plans: College.
John Franklin Tatem: "John": Aug. 5, '65:
"Leo": "Hey": Friends: David, Josephine, every-
body: Likes: to see my friends around, play
sports, sleeping late: Dislikes: food in GHS:
Memories: Prom: Future Plans: College.
John Tatem David Taylor
Kymberly Lisl Thielking, "Kym": April 23, 68':
Taurus: "What a rant": Friends: Nancy, Denise,
Alana, Lou, Collin, Tony, Valerie, Lainie: Likes:
Singing, baking, the shore, Baklava, the 43: Dis-
likes: School, peas: Activities: Choir 1-4, Madri-
gals 1-4, Librarian of choir 2-4: Memories: A -
114, Promontory, Conventions at the Ftock-a-
thon: Future Plans: College.
Margaret Maria Thomas, "Margie": June 14,
68': Gemini: "yeah sure": Friends: John, KC,
Lisa, Joey, Sarah, Staci, Cindy, Mr. and Mrs. D
Likes: Having fun, work, movies, Wildwood: Dis-
likes: Snobs, homework, school, C.V., cold
weather: Memories: Nov 7, 84', Christmas 84',
summer 85', New Year's Eve 842 Future Plans:
Lawrence Toal, "Maniac": Nov 4, 67': Scorpio:
"What's the point?": Friends: Malcolm, Bruce,
Drew, Little, Russ, Karen, Kelle, Stephanie:
Likes: Playing the guitar: Dislikes: Loud people,
homework, Senior survey's: Activities: Track 1-
2, Cross Country 2: Memories: Becoming a Sen-
ior: Future Plans: Work, Harvard Law
Mary Ann Travis, "Mar": May 7, 67': Taurus:
"must you": Friends: Tammy, Sara, Liliana, Lin-
da, Sheila, Esgro, Jay, everybody: Likes: Hear-
ing gossip, money, being with friends, weekends:
Dislikes: Cliques, being bored. not having the
car. being confused, getting caught: Activities:
Hockey 1-2, Softball 1, Basketball 1, FBLA 3-4,
Float comm.: Memories: "The Couch", Fresh-
man and Junior year, walking home with Jay,
Summer of 84', 85', Springsteen World Tour:
Future Plans: College,
Anita Carol Turpin, "Neata": Scorpio: "That's a
shame": Friends: Michelle, Brian, Sylvia, Maria,
Bush, Cook, Willie, Shawn: Likes: My darling sis-
ters, money, movies, having fun: Dislikes: Nosey
people, fighting, ignorance: Memories: My
moped, Sylvia almost getting hit by a car, riding
in the bike-a-thon with my dad: Future Plans:
Liliana Varela, "Chiquita": April 24, 67': Taurus:
"Daag": Friends: Tammy, Mary Ann, Tina, Shei-
la, Gina, Fiegina, Mr. La, the rest of the Senior
Class: Likes: Dancing, sporty cars, teddy bears,
Mr. La's Spanish 4 class: Dislikes: Cliques, rainy
days, nosey people, cold weather, M.W.: Activi-
ties: Varsity tennis 3-4, Foreign Language Club
1, Prom comm: Memories: Supra car, study hall
and lunch with GL, donuts 1st period Spanish 4
class, Summer 85' with Elkin S., Prom 85': Fu-
ture Plans: Computer Technical School.
Anita Carol Turpin Liliana Varela
Wayne Viden Kimberly Vignola
Elizabeth Volz Nancy Ware
Clayton Waring Tina Weidner
Wayne Viden, "Wainer": Nov. 9, '67: Scorpio:
"What's up Duke?": Friends: Shawn, Joe.
Woody, Dave, Tina, Teena, Gina, any and every-
body: Likes: friends, Mr. Suk and Mr. Truscott,
sports, Mustangs: Dislikes: The "ln crowd",
snow, chevy's, Pitman, Sat. morning practices:
Activities: Soccer 1-4, Baseball 1-2, Track 3-4,
Var, club 2-4, Wrestling 1-4: Memories: bus fire,
beating Woodstown and Pitman, Spring break
Soph. yr,, winning float 4 yrs.: Future Plans: Col-
Elizabeth Volz: "Betsy"g Dec. 16, '67: Sagittar-
ius: "What did you say about women's rights'?":
Friends: anyone who isn't stuck-up: Likes:
school, singing: Dislikes: spelling, boring classes!
Activities: Drama club, ITS, NHS, choir, Madri-
gals, Close-up, writers Inc. Treas., Science club,
Foreign Language club, World affairs club:
Memories: Science Dept., Longacre bus, April
17, 82, 83, 85,3 Future Plans: College.
Nancy Ware: "Dance": April 15, '68: Aries: "Are
you serious?": Friends: Francis, Kym, Denise,
Christine, Sherry, Carrie, Nicole, Likes: Francis,
Italian food, dancing, cats: Dislikes: working
weekends, math, mowing lawn: Activities: Track
1,3, Orchestra 1-3, All SJ 3, Youth Orchestra
2.3, Basketball 1: Memories: Red Earth, Flock-a-
thon, Lunch crew '85, Jr. prom: Future Plans:
Clayton Johnathan Waring: Dec. 27, '67: Capri-
corn: Friends: Terry, Bruce, Kym, Lainie: Likes:
tine foods, fast cars, rock and roll: Dislikes: mod-
ern clothing: Activities: Drama 1-4, ITS 2-4, NHS
2-4, Track 2: Memories: 3 yrs. with Holli, Dogs
wearing crowns: Future Plans: College.
Tina Weidner: "Tina": Sept. 29, '68: Libra:
"Cool"g Friends: The Breakfast Bunch, Tret, EI-
lie, Lily, Frank, Kev, The Subbers, Sue, Jeannie.
my mom, my idol: Likes: dancing, surprises, the
shore, shopping, reading notes: Dislikes: fight-
ing, 2-faced friends, "the shakes", fake people,
losing. waiting: Activities: SGA 1-4, Class offi-
cers 2,3, softball 1-4, band front 1-3, Field hock-
ey mgr. 1-4, basketball 1, FBLA 2-4, Pres. 4,
Homecoming Court, Hub 2, NHS 2-4, Concert
band 1-2: Memories: c213, Freshman yr., riot,
Fri. morn., Hamptons, 4th. of July., LFi is a ... .
betting the odds, USN, studying wfFtL, Joe: Fu-
ture Plans: Computer Operator for Time Maga-
Michael Wigglesworth: "Wiggle": Oct. 19, '67:
Libra: Friends: Kristi, Tina, Tom, Jay, Gina,
Glenn, Todd, Tim: Likes: sports, friends, TV,
summer: Dislikes: Pitman, Clearview: Activities:
football, baseball, basketball: Memories: Prom,
bus tire, '83 Football season, '85 summer, float
building: Future Plans: College.
Janet Williams: "Dimples": Nov. 26, '66: Sagit-
tarius: Friends: Anita, Sonya: Likes: dancing,
cooking, singing: Dislikes: ignorant people, liars,
violence, thieves: Memories: Hanging with SB,
MW, J Wright, MH, AH: Future Plans: Get mar-
Neil Wise: "Mr.J": Oct. 30, '65: Scorpio: Friends:
Lexice, Rick, Greg, Nate, Blinky, Ralph, John,
Dave: Likes: music: Dislikes: people with big lips,
green: Activities: Basketball, Track, Football: Fu-
ture Plans: Own Business.
Quincy Wise: "O-Dog": Jan. 16, '68: Capricorny
"What do I get'?": Friends: Tyrone, Brian, Cla-
rence, Peggy, Angel, Amy, LS, Faida, BJ, Myr-
na, Treva, Bob: Likes: track, food, money,
friends: Dislikes: conceited women, fake people,
school rules: Activities: Track 1-4, Football 1-4,
mgr. Basketball 1, Black Cultures Club, Pep
Squad: Memories: Clarence: Future Plans: Col-
Thomas Wood: "Wood": Dec. 29, '66: Capri-
corn: "Check it out!": Friends: Wiggs, Jason,
Woody, Kristi, The Sexy Senior Girls, Wayne,
Shawn: Likes: soft music, helping people, travel-
ing, being wffriends: Dislikes: cocky people,
playing favorites, Snobs: Activities: Football,
Deca club: Memories: '83 Football season,
Sophomore yr., Spring Break: Future Plans: Air
Jay Wriggins: June 20, '68: Gemini: "NO!!":
Friends: Greg, Glenn, Mike, Fteid, Veg, Todd,
The Breakfast Bunch: Likes: winning, ice, sum-
mertime, ice tea, indoor soccer: Dislikes: stuck-
up people, not being called, penalty shots, los-
ing, Pitman, socks: Activities: Baseball 1-2, Ten-
nis 3-4, Soccer 1-4, Varsity Club 2-4, SGA 1-4,
Deca 4, Hop Prince, Prom Court, Snowball
Court 3,4: Memories: Float building, Veg's base-
ment, Glenns lateness, The May Boat, Mike
Shill's craziness: Future Plans: College,
Michael Yocum: "Yoke": Feb. 28, '68: Pisces:
"No ProbIem": Friends: Joe Delia, Mike Drum-
mond, Don Meddings, Larry Toalq Likes: food,
money, sleep, Cars, traveling: Dislikes: not hav-
ing a car or money: Activities: Indoor and Spring
track: Memories: track meets and the bus rides
home from them, wrestling on Voci. bus: Future
Plans: Devry Trade School.
Sheila Zackavich: "Sheil": Aug. 31, '68: Virgo:
"Hey Bud!": Friends: Jeffrey, Michele, Becky,
MaryAnn, Ruthie, Christin, Mr, La, Elina: Likes:
Italian food, Jeffrey, goal tending, music: Dis-
likes: homework, cold weather, rude people, los-
ing: Activities: Field Hockey 1-4, Cheerleading 1-
3, Softball 1-3, SGA 2: Memories: Dion's killing,
getting caught, adopted sister, going out with
Jeff, Little League field: Future Plans: Elemen-
Faria Zaman: July 17, '67: Cancer: "Stop,
don't": Friends: Carrie, Becky, Denise, Khatija,
Sean, Flachel, Rebecca, Tammy: Likes: seafood.
thunder and lightening, sleeping on the sidewalk:
Dislikes: waking up early, stuck-up people, jelly-
fishfhomeworkg Activities: Drama Club 1-4,
musical 1-4, World Affairs Club 2-4, International
Thespian Society 2-4, Marching Band 1, Home-
coming Float 3-4: Memories: Louie-Louie pa-
rade, W-Bus, "The Duster", the 4th in Philly:
Future Plans: College.
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Ftuth Lockbaum! Quincy Wise Carmen Insana! Sara Sena Glenn Esgro! Ruth Lockbaum
Carmen Insana! MaryAnn Travis
Best Dressed- Most Likely to Succeed-
Jay Wriggins! Linda Rupinski Be
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Carol Mander! Joe Birch Paul Otooni! Kelly Swanson
Most School Spirit-
Ftuth Lockbaum! Timmy Lester
Carole Cline! Shawn Conaway
Faida Hill! OuincyWise
Sara Sena! Terry McElroy
Betsy Voiz! Clayton Waring
Angela Cimini! Timmy Lester
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Glenn Esgro! Lainie Spadaro
Elina Resnik! John Little
Kim Smith-Bey! Timmy Lester
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Congratulations To The
Class Of 86
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EXECUTIVE BOARD Giassbofo. N-J.
1985- 7986 6616666
Paul Capelli Chris Plunkett
1 President Junior Class President RALPH S. BULLOCK 8L SON
X Carol Ann Belcher Keith Forest GUILD OPTICIANS
Executive Vice President Sophomore Class President
40 Elm Avenue
Jennifer Lynch Mark Lunger Woodbury Heights NJ
2nd Vice President Senate Chairperson 848-2899 '
Ken Siegel Ron Johnson Heather Cahill
Treasurer Public Relations Directors
Suzanne Parmentier Rick Kramer
Secretary Statewide Team Representative
Tina Rolando Mr. Robert Zazzali
SFCB Chairperson Advisor
' Peter Price Mrs. Patricia Ryan
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Congratulations, we are proud
of a beautiful girl. May all your
dreams come true. We love
you! lvlom, Dad, and Lori
Now that you have completed
another milestone, I hope the
years ahead are as fruitful as
the years behind-Keep kickin'.
Love, Mom and Dad.
Congratulations to a special
person. You've never let us
down and we're proud of you
for your Accomplishment.
Love, Mom and Dad.
Forever we will cherish in our
hearts the happiness you have
brought us. We are proud of
who you are and what you
have accomplished. Love,
Dad, Rosemarie, and Stef.
You have our wishes for a
future filled with all you desire.
We're proud of you! Mom and
lp, .' D jg
Cling to your standards and
fight the good fight, take a
firm stand for things that are
right, and let nothing sway you
or turn you away from God's
old commandments for they
are still new today. Love, Big
graduating is the outcome of
the process of bringing out
what's already inside of you
fAdam's nature! everything
you need is inside of you.
Keep Allah foremost in mind
and heart. Love, Mom.
Congratulations! Your extra
efforts paid off to get through
in three years Love, Mom,
Dad, and Linda.
You are on your way to a
bright future. May you reach
your wildest dream. Mom and
You ve had four great years'
We have enjoyed them along
wrth you Keep your optlmustlc
outlook and you wlll always be
successful Love Mom and
Congratulations on flnally
graduatrng" Bug Bros I must
say l m very proud of you
Have fun' G W
George F Cullen
Our best wrshes for a brlght
future You have done well we
love ya Mom Dad Neal and
Congratulatrons' You survived
all those character burldrng
experiences We re so proud
of you You re a perfect
daughter' We love you' Mom
You re the best and you re
speclal too' Congratulatrons'
Good Luck' l love you
Thanks be unto God for hrs
unspeqkable grft Joseph may
Gods richest blessing be yours
to keep Congratulatlons Love
Mom and Dad
Maureen O Drrscoll
Thank you for shanng 18
terrlfrc years wrth us May you
always dare to dream and
enjoy the fulflllment of your
dreams becomrng reallty May
happrness luke our love follow
you always Love Mom Dad
We are proud of you and all
your accompllshments Good
luck wrth your future plans
Mom Dad Deb Duane
Denlse Adrrenne J B
We are so proud of all you
have accomplrshed and are
lookrng forward to shanng
more ventures Love lvlom
Dad Otto and Lon
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proud ot you Best vvlshes to a
sweet daughter and lovable
slster Love Dad Morn Gayle
Alsha and Anesha
Craig Cassaday X
Congrats' We are so proud of
all you have aohleved and
you ve only just begun We
love you Mom Dad and
Congratulations We re proud
of you lvllddle C' Cabot
Chrlstlan and Mother
Adrla Badln Kleser
Continue your journey through
life with confidence hope
dreams and love We re very
proud of you' Love lvlom f
Bruan Zlggy and Colby L
Full your llfe wlth enough
challenge to keep lt
lnterestlng Why should you
change now'P I love you
Congratulations' There s
graduatlng wuth honors and
then there s tlnrshlng hugh
school well done' Jam Helen
Michael and Andrea
Conslderlng manklnd er
humanklnd In general they
don t come any better Love
Its been a real kloker
You ve had a goot one' We
are so very proud of you"'
Love Mom Dad and Colleen
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The Spadaro Famnly
Dr 81 Mrs Kenneth R Claz
Cralg Cassaday Mr 8 Mrs Dan Cassaday
Good Luck Class of 86 Mr St Mrs
Ruth Lockbaum Mr St Mrs Robert Lockbaum Davld S Blew
Davld Taylor Mr 81 Mrs Robert B Taylor Lodema D Wanng
Anlta Turpin Mr 81 Mrs Warren Turpln Kathryn Harper Studlo of Dance
Michael K Wlgglesworth Mr 8 Mrs Jim Mr 8 Mrs George W Cullen Jr
Mr Leroy St Dell Mazzeo
Wllllam Nathan Eddie Mae Good
Mr 81 Mrs W H Klnsey
Robert Flrth Mr 8 Mrs E Flrth
Dr 81 Mrs Richard Meagher
Eno Kochman Congratulatlons Class ot 86
The Kochman Famlly
There comes a time ln a person s llfe when she has to move on despite her
reluctance to leave behind good friends and fond memorles lt was with mixed
feelings that l left Glassboro High School at the end of your Junlor year
However l felt confident that you were maturing lnto competent adults and l was
pleased to know l had had a part ln your growth l miss you all and wlsh you
well ln whatever endeavors you pursue
With much love
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