North Andover High School - Knight Yearbook (North Andover, MA)

 - Class of 1983

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. 1 t ' " ( . ' i In My Life There are places I’ll remember all my life 2 Though some have changed Some forever not for better 4 Some have gone and some remain. 5 All these places had their moments Pam and Michelle Smith Karen Demers Nancy O’Connell Peter Heinze Susan Witzgall Matt Miele Michelle Poulin Allison Wyllie, Adrienne Brucato, Lyn Watson, Donna Henry, Nancy O’Connell, Marta Stiglen Lisa LaRochelle Judy McGuire Lisa and Vicki Morrow Family Kindergarten Party 6 With lovers and friends I still can recall Jane Sobel Tricia Curtin, Mike Connor, Gina Liccardi Maureen Costello Middle School Lineup Maria Hillner Anne Margaret Torrissi Karen Fann The Hat Party Paula Lawson, Agnes Bernal, Joy Kaplan, Michelle Smith, Nancy Barmat, Irene Manning Michael Early Lisa Novellene Heidi Wefers, Chris Willis Tony Armitage Michelle Smith Birthday Party 7 Some are dead and some are living In my life I’ve loved them all. But of all these friends and lovers There is no one compares with you. KI” " . :j’ -• J Ihh- rnlaH And these mem’ries lose their meaning ms When I think of love as something new. Though I know I’ll never lose affection 14 For people and things that went before. DOW REACHES HIGHESl IN NEARLY TEN YEARS, Wa Belys uclear arms I know I’ll often stop and think about them. Behind the Silver Collapse StOCKS OH tllB MOVC In my life I’ll love you more 11 MniionJobless, Worst Is John Of HE Extra- ' errestrial ' ( ()•(, T " borrow ' ' ' P ' 7A Vh MINimRT Class of ’83 Senior Slide Senior Class Officers: Vice President, George Soucy; President, Anthony Galvagna; Secretary, Adrienne Brucato Sharon Allen Pamela F. Adkins Lee S. Altman 20 Kevin Good, Joe Whitmore Maureen P. Asselin Rebecca Balmas Ken Whitehead, Matt Turner Joanna D. Badoyannaki Vicki H. Anderson Christine A. Aziz Anthony Armitage Mary Kate Barry Michael Barrett David A. Beliveau Christine Bennett Agnes M. Bernal David Blackstock Jeffrey M. Bleszinski 22 Robert Bouchard T.J. Conte, Dave Forgetta, Tom Reusch, Kenny Whitehead, Frank Killilea Michael R. Braga Alicia Brown Adrienne B. Brucato Dennis L. Bruce Raymond B. Burnett Mark A. Brucato siSiL V ' w 1 Mike Gilligan Lynne Carlson Catherine L. Carr Michelle R. Chabot Jane Sobel, Lyn Watson 25 Kelly P. Comerford Mary T. Comeau John S. Chaput Kathleen Ann Connolly Karen Fann, Lisa Morrow, Nancy O’Connell Anthony S. Conte John M. Corcoran Michael J. Connor 26 Jo Ann K. Corey Steven P. Cormey Maureen E. Costello Lynne M. Cotter Seniors Lisa M. Crevier Faith A. Cottone Andrew Crittenden Bob Paige Timothy Cummings Patricia A. Curtin We’re Number I Holly A. Curtis 28 Jeff Stewart Justine Doherty Thomas W. Doherty Deborah J. Donald Matthew C. Donovan Joanna Badoyannaki Adrienne Bmcato, Tom Reusch, Ellen Nadeau Michael P. Early Todd B. Emerson Gregory Drogos Bernadette Dubois Melody J. Dunlap Christopher S. Duddy James J. Foley David M. Forgetta 32 Lisa N. Forgetta Rachael Forgetta Bryan J. Foulds forced exposure A1 Milton, Michelle MacKaye Wayne R. Foster Deborah L. Foss Jean C. Fragala 3 i . w 33 Anthony L. Galvagna Pamela M. Galvagna Tony Armitage Joanna M. Giancotti Charles Gammie 4 Sarah E. Gillen 34 Peek-a Boo” Michael Gilligan Jon Keller, Lynne Carlson Kathleen Gioia Cathy Carr Daniel F. Glynn Mary C. Goebel Kevin C. Good 35 Mary Beth Gordon Joseph A. Gurka Donna Hall Paul E. Gosselin Carisima Hackett Jeffrey T. Hall Claire Ann Gravel Paul C. Hambleton Peter F. Heinze Michael S. Healy Donna M. Henry Gregg G. Herold Maria A. Hillner Robert E. Hillner I 37 Jeffrey A. Hubley Michael J. Hurley Kevin Camey m Timothy D. Ippolito Shawn Hutchings Cheryl Hutchings Chris Willis, Karen Walmsley, Mrs. Delaney, Marianne Wolfenden, Marta Stiglin 38 Pamela Jeffery Teresa Kaminski Pat DiFilippo, Judy McGuire, Peter Bums, Chris Willis Gerald C. Kent Jonathan D. Keller Wendy E. Kaufmann Diane Mscisz, Carol Bushnell 39 April D. Kimball John M. Kronenwetter 40 Lisa A. LaRochelle Karen Fann, Lisa Morrow, Lisa Novelline, Anne Margaret Torrisi, Nancy O’Connell Paula M. Lawson Kay Ellen Leary JoAnn Lesofsky Carol Letourneau Gina Licciardi James R. Lindley 42 Jay Martin, Paul Gosselin, Mr. Noyes John R. Livesey Alan C. Longton Joan MacNeil Vivian I. Lopez Mary E. Main Robert E. Lumb 43 Monica Marquez Leighton and his girls Donna L. Martin James W. Martin James C. Martinoli 44 Tom Doherty f -rf. David McClung Betsy Gillen, Lynne Cooney, Margo Roy, Jeff Stewart, Peter Heinze ’a ■ j 0 Judith McGuire The Line-Up 45 Scott D. McKay Thompson School Fifth Shirley McGuire Michael McMahon Scott F. McLachlan Kenneth Whitehead Matthew Miele Laurie L. Messina 46 III Ilf t;-. John P. Minasian MfV ' f yfff’fff p.vjj ' wy, [• MyvV » . ■ V .W Robin Desmet, Patty Manos Peter F. Molander Elizabeth Ann Morrow Lisa M. Moro Diane Mscisz Cathleen Murphy Sunit Mukherjee Paul W. Murphy f Laurie L. Nolin Nancy O’Connell Lisa Marie Novelline Julie Otis Deborah Nazarian Robert M. Paige 48 Anne M. Pappalardo Kathryn Petrycki Michele M. Poulin Elisa A. Pettine Brenda M. Poutenis Eric W. Petrow Lisa Picano Marcela Ramirez 49 Eric Reardon Simon Ackerman Andy Wharton, Bryan Long Thomas J. Reusch Daniel C. Regan Claudia A. Reinhart Kevin M. Redman Dennis R. Regan Joseph E. Reynolds 50 Bill Marcotte Laura Galper Mac Rosenbaum Thomas H. Roberts Susan L. Robinson Kevin J. Ronan i Karen B. Robinson John J. Ronan " t: 51 Kenneth Rossetti Jeff Hubley Kevin P. Rossiter Margo P. Roy John N. Salemme Karen M. Sheehan Susan M. Samuel 52 Alice Peck Linda S. Shottes Michelle G. Smith Ann Marie Smith Steven J. Slaughter Jane M. Sobel George E. Soucy James Spencer 53 ! o f Wayne A. Stearns Jeffrey Stewart Marta M. Stiglin Darlene C. Sullivan Terriann M. Stone Mark D. Stratton Corridor Crunch IP m y ) Margaret H. Sullivan Kathleen Swarbrick James Testa Renee M. Titus Eric J. Tobin Steven J. Todd Lori T. Torbin Anne-Margaret Torrisi Becky Balmas, Mr. Trombly I Marianne Wolfenden Jean Bushnell, Kevin Ronan Kathy Swarbrick V Karen M. Walmsley Karen A. Warwick Maureen Walsh Daniel A. Warner Kristen A. Warwick Lynette J. Watson Brenda L. Whittaker Mike Walsh, Jim Testa Scott P. Whitley Joseph Whitmore 58 Lisa Novelline, David Blackstock Marianne Wolfenden David J. Wilson Christine Willis Daniel J. Winning Susan Witzgall James R. Williamson Judy McGuire, Maria Hillner 59 Donna Henry Matt Donovan Allison Wyllie William F. Zahoruiko I Ann M. Zaccari John Zeitlin Deborah A. Zaccari Daniel P. Zappala 60 Justine Doherty, Kathy Connolly Bryan Foulds Laura Galper, Mr. Hamel Tina Doherty and Escort Shawn Hutchings Janet Nadeau, Gerry Kent, Heidi Wefers Donna Lagana The Viking Band Peter Sullivan Maria Hillner Mike Walsh Make Barrett, Mark Brucato, Matt Donovan Viking Trumpeteers Senior Class Poll The Superlatives of ’83 Class Couple — Adrienne Brucato and Mike Walsh Never on Time — Marta Stiglin and John Vincent 69 Nicest Eyes — Jane Sobel Friendliest — Bill Marcotte and Donna Henry Best Dressed — Adrienne Brucato 70 Best Walk — Becky Balmas, Mike Walsh Teacher’s Pet — Paula Lawson Neatest — Monica Marquez, Wayne Steams Class Gentleman, George Soucy; Class Lady, Monica Marquez Congratulations from i our {yearbook photographer VJe hope you will continue to think of us Lering Studies blew England ' s Leading Portrait, Wedding and Yearbook, Photographers Compliments of THE VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS POST 2104 Park Street North Andover 73 Administration Mr. Leslie Bernal — Superintendent of Schools Mr. Daniel L. Desmond — Principal Mr. Arthur Hamel — Assistant Principal 76 Mrs. Susan Sturtevant — Secretary Mrs. Mary C. Ashbum f Mrs. Irene D. Fournier — Director v - Mrs. Diane L. Boettcher Mr. John T. DeFlumeri Guidance 1 I j j Mrs. Peg Ekholm 77 Department Heads Mr. Robert C. Bennett — Science Mr. Joseph P. Bevilaqua — Business Mr. Arthur H. Forgetta — Mathematics Mr. Robert C. Licare — Physical Education Miss Irene T. McLaughlan — Foreign Languages Mr. Albert F. Perrault — Social Studies Mr. Anthony M. Reynolds — English 78 ides Librarians Mrs. Carol Balmas Mrs. Ellyn Spencer Mrs. Elizabeth Gelarderes Mrs. Theresa Morin Mrs. Theresa Uttley L Albondy — Connor Mrs. Martha Albondy — English Mrs. Patricia Maloney-Brown — English Mrs. Miriam I. Aubry — Art A Mr. Michael L. Cavanaugh — Physical Education Mrs. Diane R. Bassett — Mathematics Mr. William Boutilier — Social Studies Miss Mary J. Connor — English 80 Crozier — Dunaway Mrs. Beverly A. Delaney — Physical Education Guidance Howard E. Crozier — Physical Education i- Mr. Robert Dinsmore — Mathematics Mr. Leonard DeSimone — English Mrs. Elaine Dunaway — Special Needs 81 Fichera — Griffin Mr. Americo Fichera — Mathematics Miss Beth 1. Graham — Music Mr. Paul J. Gregoire — English 82 Hajec — Kappotis Mrs. Margaret Hannum — English Science Mr. John Kappotis — Science Miss Bridget Hughes — Special Needs Mrs. Judith Hajec — Science Mr. Barry Humphreys — Social Studies i Mr. Arthur Hall — Foreign Languages Keating — Marchegiani Mrs. Denise Keating — Foreign Language Mr. Edward Keisling — Mathematics Mr. Richard W. Kiberd — English Mr. John F. Kelley — Mathematics Miss Lorraine N. Lostimolo — Foreign Language Mr. Gerome Marchegiani — Science 84 ' i ■’is ' i Martin — McVeigh Mrs. Susan McGregor — Business VV Mr. Anthony T. McGowan — Mathemc tics Mrs. Geraldine McGuire — Special Needs Mr. Michael McVeigh — Social Studies 85 Minihan — Robinson Mr. John F. Minihan — Social Studies Mrs. Mary Ellen Osgood — Social Studies 86 Rogers — Solomon Mrs. Janice R. Solomon — Mathematics Mr. Joseph Santarlasci — Special Needs Mr. Michael Schena — Industrial Arts 87 Spadafore — Trombly I Mr. Curt H. Touchette — Science 88 I Troy — Welch Mr. Francis J. Troy — Industrial Arts • » Mr. Robert H. Welch — English Play Your Lucky Number!! Msssssss Canter Mr. Sanford, Miss Matasso 89 Maintenance Engineers Kitchen Staff Sitting: Redd Donahue, Bemie DiMambro, Standing: George Riley, Carl Langlois, Vic¬ tor Brightman, Bill Petrow, Jim Sheehan. Kitchen Staff 90 Guess Who? Mr. Grady Mr. Kelley Mr. Bennett Mr. O’Neill Mr. Parker Mr. Spadafore 91 Funnies There’s a low pressure system moving across Hey Kids, it’s time for the Uncle Gus Show! Simon Told your Arms! When E.F. Hutton talks Is my tie straight? “Can Someone lend me some lunch money?” “Do you think we should try out for Saturday Night Live?” “Don’t laugh, these are the latest in designer glasses’ “Creature Double Feature” ‘How many fingers am 1 holding up?’ (617) 682-2242 372-6311 lS(o99om l istinctive a ineAe (Cuisine Connie Richard Yee 946 Osgood St. North Andover, Moss. 01845 Established 1941 y Qacaruotinnc RaniioctoH” “Reservations Requested” 686-4309 Open 11:30 A.M. — 9 P.M. Closed Mondays LUNCHEON - DINNER - COCKTAILS WILSON’S CORNER • NORTH ANDOVERt Junction Routes 114 and 125 Andover, MassacliuseHs Incorporafed 104 6 Located m Esse ' Jt County. Until isss, when it was incorporated as a separate town, it was the North Parish of foundidmI646) ir y twenty Six years after the landing of the Pilgrims. The original settle¬ ment was called Cochichewick The name Andover first appearing in 1644 and the town being incorpor¬ ated m 1646 .Acadian exiles found shelter here, 94 Florist and Garden Ctr. 757 TURNPIKE ST RTE 114 NO. ANDOVER FLOWERS for Any Occasion 683-3164 Deliveries In The Merrimack Valley ACTIOIS PEOrLE USE THE... Best Wishes to the Class of ’83 Hanson Heating 85 Main Street North Andover MA 683-2292 95 i Timra Carlson, Maureen Dowe Laura White Cheerleaders Class of ’84 Sue Breen, President; Jeff Smeltzer, Vice President; Liz Duffy, Secretary. Jim McCarron Tim Labelle, Brian Currier Homeroom 110. First Row: (1-r) Mike Beime, Greg Battersby, Mike Atwood, Kamal Asar, Dave Blackstock, Tatia Bilodeau, Lisa Bazarian, Tricia Blackstock. Second Row: Kim Dalton. Chris Ben¬ nett, Susan Breen, Lisa Benincasa, Kelli Ander¬ son, Keri Abdinoor, Robin Adams, Lina Azar. Third Row: John Beaudoin, Deana Bouchard, Michelle Albrecht, Chris Arcidiacono, Chris Be¬ rube, Greg Androski, Chris Bailey, Kathy Bradley. 100 Homeroom 123. First Row: (1-r) Chris Farley, Trinette Dushame, Heidi Enaire. Second Row: Debbie Foss, Jane Gioia, Tricia Foulds, Anne Filback, Chris Gihlstorf, Karen Fundeklian, Julie English. Third Row: Gary Fox, Mark Emmett, Mike Dunlap, Bob Fredette, Kevin Fitzgerald, Robert Farrell, David Gaul, Tim Gerraughty. Juniors at the Dance Homeroom 124. First Row: (1-r) Walter Greene, Bob Hamden, Jennifer Howard, Peter Hammonds, Bill Herrmann. Second Row: Greg Johnson. Wendy Harding, Kathy Heinze, Rhonda Greene, Mariel Hagen, Wendy Griggs. Third Row: Dan Hollins, Sue Gurka, Holly Henshaw, Pat Hayes, Shawn Healy, Mary Beth Harrington, Julie Hayes, Joanna Haigney. 102 Michelle Albrecht Homeroom 125. First Row: (1-r) Jill Kochanczyk, Maureen Kelleher, Janel Jolly, Kris Keen, Sue Koscielniak, Katie Innskeep, Sharon Hubley, Linda Hunt. Second Row: Leslie Kulpinski, Judy Kilcoyne, Debbie Lally, Peter Killilea, Colleen Hutchings, Donna Lagana, Sherrie LaScola. Third Row: Bill Jasinski, Dan Lanen, Tim La- belle, D avid Lakin, Paul Jackson, Bob Kegley, A1 Jackson. itlKhtTU Kamal Asar, Tatia Bilodeau " ' ilBii inii 1 -a Pat Hayes Homeroom 126. First Row: (1-r) Lisa Mammola, Andrea Matched, Rosalie Marquez. Second Row: Rebecca Leighton, Paige Lombard, Elaine LeBrun, Julie Leonard, Dawn Marinelli. Third Row: Tom Long, Troy Lombardi, Jim Maccar- one, Dave Lynch, John Lyon, Randy Little, Rich Martin. 103 Homeroom 128. First Row: (1-r) Suzanne Mc¬ Donald, Christine Mitchell. Second Row: Karen Mazurenko, Rich Melillo, Timothy McGuire, Janet Maurer, Leslie Miles, Mary Molander. Third Row: John McAloon, Scott McGibbon, Jim McGuire, Pat McHale, David Modigliani, Tim Miller, Chris McLaughlan, Paul McDonald. Tammy Shore Liz Duffy Heidi Enaire Homeroom 129. First Row: (1-4) Teresa Peluso, Kim Patterson, Julie Peck, Cindy Nastasia, Lynne Newitt, Minisha Patel. Second Row: Erin Muldoon, Karen Osgood, Heather Norwood, Janet Nadeau, Kathy Moynihan, Patricia Nahill. Third Row: Peter Oakes, Jim Norwood, Steve O’Neill, John Osgood, Paul Morin, Mark Murphy, Walter Northam, Brian Moody, Charles Pemble. 104 Homeroom 131. First Row: (1-r) Kim Pema, Shawn Richards, Nancy Peterson, Paul Pierog. Second Row: Renee Philbin, Rhonda Prophett, Dawn Porter, Nancy Reynolds, Kelly Redman. Third Row: Pavan Punukullu, Lisa Pimpis, David Pierkarski, Kathy Riordon, Sue Rennie. The Band’s Fans i « 7 ' Hi Homeroom 132. First Row: (1-r) Gene Salois, John Rohde, Matt Rivett, Maureen Scanlon, Bethann Schroeder, Karla Scuito, Ellen Shields. Second Row: Gladys Rosica, Tammy Seablom, Tammi Shore, Kelly Rowan, Maria Rizza, Simone Roy. Third Row: Margaret Samuel, Jack Risacher, Dan Rullo, Frank Serretti, Jonathan Schultz, Pat Rorke, Michelle Roche. 105 Homeroom 133. First Row: (1-r) Martha Sybert, Beth Stonecipher, Patty Stone, Jim Sturgis, Lisa Tiberio. Second Row: Jack Sweeney, Kurt Tobin, Rich Testa, Amy Stem, Molly O’Donnell, Peter Sullivan. Third Row: Charles Steinbrecker, Dave Smalley, Jeff Smeltzer, Ray Sullivan, Chris Strobel, John Sox Peter Sullivan Homeroom 134. First Row: (1-r) Bob Vernon, Steve Young, Chris White, Michelle Trigones, Tim Walsh, Steve Ward, Joe Torname. Second Row: Walter Wilson, Deirdre Zuill, Marianne Wright, John Torrey, Jane Walsh, Jennifer Wright, Katie Walsh. 106 Michelle Albrecht Jeff Smeltzer Gary Gallant Lisa Mammola Junior Girls Holly Henshaw, Colleen Hutchings Donna Lagana 107 Class of ’85 Sheila Long Katie Degnan, President; Dee Dee Boulanger, Vice President; Carolyn Duffy, Treasurer. Katie Moran Homeroom 223. First Row: (1-r) Mary Jo Barry, Sue Becotte. Frances Aleci, Cathy Aspinall. Second Row: Tamara Borello, Lucie Belanger, Kim Adkins, Leslie Alexander, Cheryl Bellafatto, DeeDee Boulanger. Third Row: Chris Abel, David Alakel, Jeff Basseler, Rich Blinn, Paul Bernardin, Dean Alaimo, Mike Ander¬ son, Pat Bagley. 108 Homeroom 224. First Row; (1-r) Jim Couple, Angela Calzetta, Bonnie Bruce, Paula Bright- man, Joan Bushnell, Chris Branca, Krissy Brown, Carolyn Busci. Second Row: Pat Con¬ nelly, Kerry Jo Corcoran, Sherrill Cheevers, Patty Bryan, Dianna Cavallaro, Jill Collins, Michelle Cormier, Ann Cronin. Third Row: Mark Cottone, Bill Chadwick, Jeff Callahan, Pat Carano, Bill Clancy, Jimnw Gurny, Toby Adie, Mike Casale, John Chopas, John Bowab. Sophomore pyramid Katie Degnan Homeroom 225. First Row: (1-r) Sheila Cruik- shank, Ginny Curren, Michelle Doucette, No- reen Dearman, Danielle Dixon, Kim Fano, Eleanor Dufrense, Nancy Erban, Lynda Fann. Second Row: Houry D’Aghlian, Debbie D’Anto¬ nio, Valerie DeJongh, Maureen Dowe, Katie Deg¬ nan, Carolyn Dutty, Peggy Driscoll. Lyn Den¬ ton. Third Row: Steve Cyr. Steve Daly. Nick DiChiara, Steve Dorsey, Chuck Dunn, Dean De- Luca, David Dockray, Steve Curan, David Emmerick. 109 Homeroom 226. First Row; (1-r) Yolanda Ferguson, Kim Greenwood, Denise Gray, Andrea Forgetta, Paula Galvag- na. Second Row; Janet Gosselin, Missy Frulla, Laura Full¬ back, Sheila Haley, Michelle Gendreau, Michelle Hamilton. Third Row; Peter Fragala, Eric Hamblet, Bill Gordon, Jeff Hajjar, Peter Gulezian, Mike Schmoeller, Tom Frag ala, Robert Forapples, Eddie Fyfe. David Dockray Homeroom 227. First Row; (1-r) Andy Heinze, Andy Dobson, Jen Holt, Margaret Helfrich, Lisa Kulpinski, Cheryl Keen, Dan McKallagat, Mike Kelleher. Second Row; Tamara Kehrig, Eva Hib- bins, Nancy Ippolito, Tricia Knowlton. Third Row; Sean Henry, Mike Keegan, Greg Kas- przak, Jason Houghton, Frank Kennealley, Dave Kozemchak, Mike Hughes. 110 Carolyn Duffy Paul Quintal y Homeroom 228. First Row: (1-r) Ara Majarian, Mary-Beth Lyons, Allison McCabe, Kelly Martin, Patty Lagasse, Sima Majarian, Lisa LaScola, Joan Maurer, Paul Marchese. Second Row; Peter Lundgren, Karen McKay, Kim Lawrence, Deena Lewis, Sheila Long, Inga Larson, Jen Loyall, John Mahoney. Third Row: Bob Marconi, Peter LaHaye, Jon Leavitt, Steve Marchand, Ron Lynch, Steve Man¬ ning, Scott Marshedl, Steve McAloon, David Larson, Derek LeMauk. Peggy Criscoll, Michelle Cormier IP V r. ' , ' ■ ' .w.; ' - Houry Daghlian, Michelle Gendreau, Kathy McGuire Homeroom 229; First Row: (1-r) Carol Potter, Rosemary Minasian, Laurie Mellilo, Diana Melucci. Second Row: Vicki Morrow, Paula Morton, Katie Moran, Ellen Mitchell. Third Row: Matt Morin, Danny McKallagat, Steve Morin, Marcus Meyer, Dan Murphy, Kevin Mur¬ phy, John McClellan, Bill Moeckle. Ill Homeroom 230. First Row: (1-r) Andrea Norwood, Lisa Pruchansky, Donna Paris. Second Row: Malini Narayanan, Chris Noble, Janice Pierce, Kris Pascucci, Mo lly O’Donnell, John Paris. Third Row: Mike Nutter, Chris Redman, Mark Rando, Joe Paccini, Jan Novak, George Nussbaum, Sean Randall, Paul Quintal. 112 David Salois Homeroom 233. First Row: (1-r) Diane Splendore, Donna Sullivan, Andrea Sulli¬ van, Maureen Smith, Karen Slipkowski, Tracy Tibbetts, Anne Sullivan, Debbie Strobel, Kelly Regan. Second Row: Kathy Smith, Jodi Shea, Jeri Silverman, Pam Smith, Kris Swenson, Kathy Shottes, Gary Swanson, Mike Slipp. Third Row: Mark Sturgis, Derrick Stoudemire, Rich Stratton, Chris Skiba, Sal Testa, Jay Trevisan, Craig Wonson, Rob Skiba, Tom Sheehan, Frank Schodder. Sophomores at Field Day Homeroom 242. First Row: (1-r) Michelle Zalinski, Michelle Trombly, Jane Turner, Amy Wright, Kris Uttley, Keri Whipple, Charlene Trigones, Lisa Wharton, Laura White. Second Row: Dayna Wilson, Michelle Young, Nancy Faro, Sandy Whit¬ more, Leslie Zolla, Dawna Zajac, Lee Win¬ ning. Third Row: Rob Tremblay, Glenn Wylie, Mike Wald, Wike Waldrup, Dean Velardocchia. 114 Class of ’86 Class Officers: Deanna Brucato, Mike Cavanaugh, Tracy Connelly Homeroom 105. First Row; (1-r) Susan Bateman, Janice Arci- diacono, Christine Barker, Dawn Aziz, Kerin Anderson, Jen Bat- tersby, Ellen Balmas, Jenny Bent. Second Row: Alicia Asse- lin, Lisa Belanger, Pamela Beat- tie, Julie Barry, Laura Bellofato, Missy Atwood, Pamela Baker. Third Row: Kristen Adams, Wayne Altman, Eric Anderson, Joseph Abernathy, Matthew Bogart. Chris Bleszinski, Mat¬ thew Alaimo, Sandra Ackerman. 116 Chris Hajjar Kelly Peck Caroline Kaddaras, Sue Moeckle, Laura Bellafato , t-cj A Homeroom 200. First Row; (1-r) Jolene Collette, Sandy Casey, Joy Burezynski, Lisa Bouchard, Deanna Brucato, Tracy Connel¬ ly, Julie Cole, Julie Carrie. Sec¬ ond Row: Kathleen Cahill, Susan Crevier, Karen Checicki, Carole Bums, Elizabeth Bradley, Andrea Brown, Third Row: Jerry Collette, Michael Carbone, David Carney, Robert Cheev- ers, Michael Clancy, Peter Coughlan, Billy Busineau. Jennifer Miller Homeroom 201. First Row: (1-r) Kristen Donovan, Leslie Dumas, Kelly Dugan, Ker¬ ri D’Antonio, Tina DiMarca. Second Row: Noreen Dempsey, Michelle Determan, Celsete Derry, Leslie Early, Michelle Dunn, Michelle Cusson. Third Row: Russell Des- Roches, Timothy Donnelly, Richard Cus- cino, Paul Driscoll, John Dziadosz, James Detora, Charles DiChara, Scott Dearman. 117 Homeroom 202. First Row: (1-r) Kelly Glynn, Mary Ann Geladeros, Maureen Fumeaux. Second Row: Natalie Gee, Rhon¬ da Ewing, Jennifer Farrell, Kath¬ leen Fitzpatrick, Aimee Garrett, Kim Gerrish, Third Row: William Ferris, Thomas Goebel, Boyd Foulds, Richard Fredette, Robert Fitzgerald, Mike Gray, Chris Garavanian, Chris Gen- dron, Greg Grace, Jim Gravel, Gary Frazer. Cross Country Trotter Homeroom 203. First Row: (1-r) Sara Holzmann, Lisa Hurly, Chris Hajjar, Elizabeth Kalinowski, Caroline Kad- daras. Heather Keating, Chris Han¬ non, Jeanne Hambleton, Tricia Hig¬ gins. Second Row: Tania Kasprzak, Michelle Houde, Julie Heinze, Janine Herron, Pam Hilton, Sarah Katis, Third Row: Matt Haydon, Bill Hanra- han, Jeff Hartley, Raj Gupta, David Hall, Peter Innskeep. Kristen Kleuber Ron McPhail 118 Homeroom 204. First Row: (1-r) Charlene Logue, Sarah Livesey, Bethany Kimball, Kathleen Kil- lourie, Kirsten Kleuber. Second Row: Tammy Lynch, Michelle Levell, Kathy Long, Joan Leno, Cindy Koscielniak, Gina Longo. Third Row: Jay Logue, Bill Lam¬ prey, Chris Kun, John Lesofsky, Bill Lynch, Bob Keen, Paul Kol- benson, Todd Kleinow. Jimmy Sullivan Amy O’Sullivan Homeroom 205. First Row: (1-r) Cathy Marchese, Mary McPhee, Kathy Lyons, Kathy Mahoney, Kathy McClung, Laura Mendes, Jean McGregor. Second Row: Ronnie McPhail, Amy Mead, Tricia McGuire, Kathy McElroy, Lynda McDonald, Carolyn Marcotte, Kathy Lyons, Bill McIntosh. Third Row: Dar¬ rell Whitmore, Steve McA- loon, Ronald Melendez, Charles Maniace, Dan McGuire, Stanley Mallory, Paul McCabe, Sam Mesiti, Mim Marconi, John Mele, Matt McGrath. 119 On the hill Homeroom 206; First Row: (1-r) Dan Nutton, Kerry O’Neil, Kelly Messina, Susan Moeckel, Jenn y Miller, Lisa 01ms, John Musumeci. Second Row: Sandy Osgood, Anna Maria Novak, Amy O’Sullivan, Janet O’Neil, Robin Palladino, Lori Morin. Third Row: Mike Moody, Brien Miller, Scott Nussbaum, Jim Nobell, John Ouellette, Jeff, Nazarian, Dan Moro, Paul Miles, Todd Noonan, Sam Nesti Jeff Donahue 120 Homeroom 207. First Row: (1-r) Laurie Quintal, Katie Rivett, Sherry Perrocchi, Sheila Perrocchi, Marie Pappalardo, Julie Parent, Susan Par¬ ker, Harati Reddy. Second Row; Brenda Regan, Kathy Rennie, Kelli Peck, Diane Pawelski, Susan Pelletier, Lisa Pascucci, Janet Pappalia, Sheila Parker. Third Row; Gary Reasor, Jim Pettine, Steve Pangione, Clay Reynolds, Eric Reasor, Mike Peter¬ son, Jamie Pavledakes, Eddie Ronan, Scott Reed, Mike Risacher. Doug Todd The Line Dance ) Homeroom 208. First Row: (1-r) Dan Shanteler, Kathy Royall, Jenny Sobel, Courtney Sullivan, Alana Schmitt, Beth Simmonds, Brian Shaudhauser. Second Row: Colleen Sullivan, Anna Stoupis, Erika Schultz, Lisa Ryan, Beth Sullivan, Amy Strobel. Third Row; Eddie Shaut, Dan Sanzi, Bob St. Hilaire, Geoff Steer, Mike Shea, Ted¬ dy Shields, Jeff Smith, Paul Rosten, Ken Roy, Jim Sullivan. Erica Schultz Homeroom 246. First Row: (1-r) Lisa Vasello, Tammy Young, Arlene Uzynski, Monica Tecce, Julie Todd, Jackie Tomko, Shari Watson, Christine Valentino, Second Row: Lisa Donnelly, Karen Westphalen, Shel¬ ley Szelest, Chris Swiniarski, Becky Sullivan, Leslie D’Antonio, Third Row: Jeff Wilson, Darrell Whitmore, Doug Todd, Todd Whitley, Greg Widemeyer, John Wajda, John Tomame. 122 I Scott Deerman, Shelley Szelest, Mark Bouchard, Joy Townely 123 Tis the Season to Be Jolly Tracy McCann, Jane Sobel, Becky Balmas Kevin Fitzgerald, Frank Serretti, Paula Crudale Joanna Haigney Bands’ Christmas Carols 126 John Tomame, Beth Sullivan, Jennifer Battersby Mr. McGowan Christmas at North Andover High School Pat Rorke, John Rohde, Rebecca Leighton, Michelle Roche Doreen DiNitto, Katie Innskeep Chorus Bookin’ It This year’s yearbook staff led by Miss Connor was by far the most organized staff in recent years. Efforts by Senior Editor Anne-Margaret Torrisi; Circulation head, Paula Lawson; Activities Director, Lisa Novelline; Theme Developer, Michelle Smith, Sports Editor, Pat DiFillipo; Junior Editor, Chris Ghilstorf and Freelance writer Dan Warner made this year’s Knight a success. Dan Warner Yearbook Editors: Karen Fann, Chris Gihlstorf, Michelle Smith, Anne Margaret Torrisi, Nancy O’Connell, Lisa Novelline, Lisa Morrow Anne-Margaret Torrisi H Monica-Marquez, Lisa Morrow, Michelle Smith 128 Chris Gihlstorf, Margo Roy Lisa Morrow, Lisa Novelline Karen Fann, Chris Gihlstorf, Margo Roy, Lynne Cooney, Michelle Smith, Miss Connor, Anne-Margaret Torrisi, Monica Marquez, Lisa Novelline, Lisa Morrow, Nancy O Connell Nancy O’Connell Chris Gihlstorf, Pat Difilippo 129 HERO Provides Community Services This year’s HERO — Home Economics Related Occupations Club — under the direction of Advisor Mrs. Carolyn Sullivan and officers Kerri Abdinoor, Mary Molander and Lisa Maribuito, provided a number of school-related as well as community-centered activities. The organiza¬ tion helped to put on a faculty Christmas banquet and supported an innovative “foster grandparents” program with residents of area nursing homes. Rob Skiba First Row: (1-r) Bernadette Dubois, Mary Molander, Kerri Abdinoor. Second Row; Ke Anderson, Lisa Murabito. Mark Brucato, Timra Carlson, Donna Lagana 130 Variations of Jazz Cathy Rossiter, Steve Morin, Christian Tecce Miss Healey and the Orchestra The stage band consists of a num¬ ber of talented musicians from the regular high school band who per¬ form a wide variety of jazz including improvisation and solo techniques. The group plays in a number of school-sponsored concerts through¬ out the year. Outstanding members of this year’s group included Mike DiNitto, Cathy Rossiter, and Steve Morin Anything Goes — Went! The Dramatic Production of “Marne”, as well as the performance or “Anything Goes” directed by Ms. Maloney-Brown with music directed by Miss Beth Graham and dance choreographed by Mrs. Grieci, were both huge successes. In the production of “Marne” an audience of over 1800 people was awed by Lisa LaRochelle and Tom Doherty in the lead roles. Also, the chorus was fabulous in the dance numbers and in back-up performances. Next year should be even better! Joe Reynolds in “Anything Goes” Pat Hayes, Lisa Moro, Holly Henshaw, Donna Henry — ‘ ‘Marne” 132 Rehearsal for 1983 “Marne’ Dan Warner and his court — “Marne Lisa Moro in “Anything Goes” Sue Robinson, Patrick Hayes Lisa LaRochelle The Sound of Music Resounds Under the direction of Miss Beth Graham, the chorus has expanded immensely. Her successful services have brought about a new select choir this year. This choir consists of a small group of students who have auditioned for this selection. In addition to the select choir, the regular choir has done quite well in Christmas assemblies and various other school functions. The North Andover High School concert choir will strive to continue its tradi¬ tion of fine performance. First Row (1-r) Donna Henry, Lisa LaRochelle, Lisa Moro, Second Row: Julie Todd, Melody Dunlap, Maureen Dunn, Lynn Watson, Third Row: Holly Henshaw, Dee Dee Boulanger, Sue Robinson, Jean Fragala. 11 I|ij ; |i ' 11 ■ ' 411 ' ■ ■III 9- W Songbirds Squire Has New Look and New Advisor Editors Will Duffy and Patty Manos ' First Row (L-R) Dawna Zajac, Kim Greenwood, Pam Schwartz, Jennifer Loyall, Sue Beattie, Second Row (L-R) Patty Manos, Laura Fillback, Vicki Morrow, Michelle Hamil ton, Denise Gray, Nancy Erban Third Row (L-R) Chris Strobel, Will Duffy, Peter Sullivan, Tim Cummings, DeeDee Boulanger, MaryBeth Harrington, Liz Duffy, Andrea ' MacDonald The Squire acquired a new advisor, Mr. Paul Gregoire, for the 1983 academic year. The school newspaper, edited by chief Patty Man¬ os, Maureen Costello, Will Duffy, Lisa Forgetta, Agnes Bernal and Liz Duffy and staffed by numerous other students, put out six issues throughout the course of the year thus keeping student body informed of events and issues relevant to North Andover High School. Editor-In-Chief Patty Manos V Mr. Gregoire, Advisor Student Council Provides a Guiding Light With the guidance of advi¬ sor Mr. Paul Spadafore, the Student Council meets once a week to review important school issues. The main func¬ tion of the council is to repre¬ sent the views of the students to the administration. With the help of officers Paula Lawson, Anne-Margaret Torrisi, Lisa Novelline and Nancy O’Con¬ nell, the council raises money for school and community organizations such as the Good Samaritan program. It also helps to sponsor the an¬ nual Thanksgiving Pep Rally extravaganza, this year featur¬ ing Senator Sharon Pollard and the Viking crew of North Andover High School. Elaine LeBrun, Debbie Lally Katie Degnan, Sal Testa, Janice Pierce 136 fir Lisa Novelline National Honor Society Induction Ceremony Advisor, Mr. Leonard DeSimone, Mr. Desmond For the Members of the National Honor Society, the spring induction banquet is always one of the highlights of the year. Students are then honored for their superior academic achievement, the main requirement for accep¬ tance. The Red Cross Blood Drive and the Scholarship Fund Bake Sale are other yearly events. In this way, advisor Mr. Leonare DeSimone and officers Charles Gammie, Lee Altman, and Bob Mukherjee help to continue the tradition of school and community service. Mr. DeSimone, Will Duffy Peter Killilea, Mr. Desmond First Row: (1-r) Ken Rossetti, Bob Mukherjee, Jim Gammie. Wayne Altman, Dave McClung. Second Row: Kelly Redman, Andrea Matchett, Becky Balmas, Karen Fann, Lisa Morrow, Donna Martin, Pat Hasty, Wendy LaHage. Third Row: Ann Dunigan, Sue Breen, Kathy Mognihan, Liz Duffy, Peter Killilea, Tony Galvagna, Peter Sullivan, Steve McElroy, Will Duffy, Mary Beth Gordon, Mr. DeSimone, Advisor. 138 Wayne Altman, Dave McClung «r ■ ..- " if Lisa Forgetta Lisa Morrow Rich Mellilo, Dave Wilson, Karen Fann Mr. Trombly, Karen Fann Language Honor Societies Continue Tradition Members of the various language honor societies are top achievers in Spanish, German, French or Latin. They carry on the cultures and tradi¬ tions of many foreign peoples, particu¬ larly during their international banquet which focuses on the foods served in other countries as well as the traditions established in other foreign cultures. Members of the Languages Honor Societies have taken languages for more than one year and have done well academically in the study of the particu¬ lar language. German Honor Society Members: Vicki Morrow, Scott McDermitt, Mrs. Denise Keating, Jay Martin, Kathy Heinze, Chris Strobel, John Rohde. Vicki Morrow, Nancy Wentworth, Mike Dunn French Honor Society Officers; Liz Duffy, Lisa Morrow, Andrea Matched French Honor Society Members. First Row (1-r) Lynn Newitt, Becky Balmas, Linda Fann, Bob Mukhurjee, Ken Rossetti, Will Duffy. Second Row: Ann Dunigan. Lisa Morrow, Carolyn Duffy, Liz Duffy, Lisa Forgetta, Karen Fann, Sue Breen Latin Honor Society Members: Chris Gihlstorf, Patricia DiFilippo I Conte, Nadeau, Steams and Zahomiko — Lab Aides Thanks to the work of lab aides T.J. Conte, Ellen Nadeau, Bill Zahoruiko and Wayne Stearns, the Science Department ran even more efficiently and was able to perform more involved ex¬ periments. Under the guid¬ ance of Chemistry teacher, Mr. John Kappotis, these students worked in the lab diligently throughout the year and learned invaluable scientific procedures. Bill Zahoruiko Wayne Stearns 141 Winning and Livesay Help Provide Efficient Library Because of the efficient help of the library aides, Dan Winning, Jay Livesay and Kathy Royall, the IMC ran quite efficiently all year. The aides’ duties included taking account of the books that go in and out of the library, sending out notices on overdue books, placing books back on their proper shelves, and a variety of other jobs that keep the North Andover High School IMC running well. Dan Winning John Minasian Jay Livesay Mike Carbone 1 Lights, Action, Camera Jeff Campbell f I t 1 Mr. Jack Robinson A.V. Director, Steve Curren The basic objective of the A-V Club, which is under the direction of Mr. Jack Robinson, is to develop a sense of responsibility and commitment to the A-V program. Club members such as Jeff Campbell, Jeff Wilson, Kim Green¬ wood, Tony Armitage, Tom Goebel and Dan Nutton have the opportunity to learn and master the principles and technical skills of audio-visual equipment operation. Wayne Cannella 143 A Field Day For Knights Pat Rorke, Rich Testa Matt Donovan i Maureen Dowe Jane Sobel Senior Class 144 jL jl! ) Adrienne Brucato George Soucy Tom Reused, Ellen Nadeau f Carolyn Duffy Lisa Larochelle, Mike Gilligan 145 Spada — 4 Spectacular 146 Mike Walsh f The Viking Chieftess Viking Singing Duo 147 Viking Dancing Girls The Viking Crew The Sacrifice Queen for a Knight Tom Reusch, Ellen Nadeau, Chris Helfrich, Donna Henry, Mike Walsh, Adrienne Brucato, Joe Frassica, Lisa Moro, Lyn Watson, John Vincent. 148 149 Dances, Practices, Excitement, Telephone Chats i Knights across the Board t i ) ! .( j I ,1 Mr. Richard Kiberd’s Chess Team comprised of Anthony Galvagna, Dave Carney, Dan Warner, Brandy Matthews, Mike Healey and Jeff Hubley did well and averaged two wins per player. Next year promises to be even better for the NAHS Chessmen. Mike Healey, Mr. Kiberd, Brandy Matthews, Dan Warner, Tony Galvagna 151 Prom at Pat’s Beef House Heidi Wefers, Jon Keller, George Soucy, Monica Marquez, Mr. Spadafore, Marta Stiglin, Steve Todd, Marianne Wolfenden Sara Dickinson, Tony Galvagna, Monica Marquez, George Soucy Kevin Lambert and date, Timothy Ippolito and Maria Hillner 152 John Vincent, Devrie Lafreniere, Mike Walsh, Adrienne Brucato, Jim Testa, Lynn DiStefano, Mark Durkee, and date. Janet Maurer and Jim Spencer 153 Math NAHS = 1 This year’s Math Team led by Mr. Arthur Forgetta did extremely well. Star competitors like Ken Rosset¬ ti, Paul Hambleton, Dave McClung, Anthony Gal- vagna, Charles Gammie, Lisa Forgetta, Bob Mukherjee and Karen Fann paved the way to a winning season complete with cheerleaders! Lisa Forgetta, Andrea Forgetta, Tony Galvagna, Carolyn Duffy. Mr. Arthur Forgetta — Math Team Coach First Row: (1-r) Bill Busineau, Linda Fann, Lee Altman, Ken Rossetti, Bobby Mukherjee, Second Row: Pam Schwartz, Caroline Duffy, Tony Galvagna, Paul Hambleton, Jim Gammie. 154 Speech! Speech! • ,• , = , • - , « ■ • V •• » T; The Speech Team’s first year was a gangbuster. This young team was one to win trophies in every tournament against veteran teams. The team sent two people, Carolyn Duffy and Sara Dickinson, to the National Competition in Chicago. Also, Dan Warner, Anthony Galvagna, Bob Mukher- jee, Lisa LaRochelle, Lee Altman, Ken Rossetti and a few other mem¬ bers qualified for the state tourna¬ ment. Needless to say. Advisor Coach Mr. Edward Rudd was ex¬ tremely pleased. Ken Rossetti Laura Galper Sara Dickinson Ken Rossetti, Sara Dickinson, Anthony Galvagna, Laura Galper. First Row (1-r) Mary Beth Lyons, Lynda Fann, Lee Altman, Laura Galper, Lisa Moro. Lisa LaRochelle. Ken Rossetti. Second Row: Caroline Duf , Ricky Casino, Nancy Erban, Michelle Hamilton, Anne Fillback, Bob Mukhurjee, Third Row: Tracy Tibbetts, Jennifer Loyall, Dan Warner, Yolander Ferguson, Chuck Gammie, Tony Galvagna, Kevin Redman, Sara Holzmann, Marta Stiglin, Kathy Moynihan, Sarah Dickinson, Mr. Edward Rudd 155 Greece and Colombia Come to N.A.H.S. This year’s A.F.S. students Joanna Bodayannaki from Greene and Marcella Ramirez from Colombia added an exciting and broadening dimension to N.A.H.S. Under the direction of advisor Mr. John Minihan, the A.F.S. helped Marcella and Joanna orient themselves to North Andover and an American high school. The club also provided opportunities for the student body to experience other cultures and traditions. Karen Fann AFS Advisor — Mr. John Minihan New Literary Magazine Published Kathy Bradley, Lisa Forgetta This year saw the birth of a new literary magazine at North Andover High School. It was christened Bourbon Red and was a revision of previous year’s The Page. The magazine gave students of all levels a chance to publish stories, poems and art work. Under the direction of Mrs. Margaret Hannun and Mrs. Miriam Aubry, the writers and artists such as Bob Mukherjee, Lisa Forgetta, Michelle Smith, Andrea Matchett, Kathy Moynihan, and Charles Gammie published their first issue at the end of the year. Mrs. Margaret Hannum Mrs. Margaret Hannum, Kathy Bradley, Lisa Forgetta, Mary Beth Harrington, Bob Mukhurjee Bob Mukhurjee First Row (1-r) Ken Rossetti, Mary Beth Harring¬ ton, Kathy Bradley, Anne Fillback, Bob Mukhur- jee, Michelle Smith, Second Row: Mrs. Miriam Aubry, Andrea Matchett, Tony Galvagna, Lee Altman, Kathy Devine, Monica Marquez, Lisa Pimpus, Kathy Moynihan, Mrs. Hannum. 157 I’ve Been Framed Patrons Jimmy’s Pizza 129 a Main Street 1591 Osgood Street North Andover, MA. North Andover, MA. Ramey Contractors Variations in Wood 33 Oak Knoll Road 132 Rear Main Street Methuen, MA. North Andover, MA Andover Book Store Mr. Tux Formal Wear Olde Andover Village 59 Merrimack Street Andover, MA. Lawrence, MA. Yankee Lady Dress Shoppe North Andover Pharmacy 89 Main Street 180 Pleasant Street Andover, MA North Andover, MA. Best of Luck to the Class of ’83 J T Gulf 77 Main Street North Andover, MA. 158 A Sincere Thank You Mr. Mario Giordano “You’ve Got a Friend” by: Carole King When you’re down and troubled, and you need some love and care And noth-in’ nothin’ is goin’ right Close your eyes and think of me, and soon I will be there To brighten up — even your darkest night You just call out my name, and you know whever I am I’ll come runnin’ to see you again. Winter, spring, summer or fall All you have to do is call, and I’ll be there You’ve got a friend. The Graduating Class of 1983 would like to express its sincere appreciation to class advisors Mrs. Judith Hajec and Mr. Mario Giordano for their continued support and dedication over the last four years. Mrs. Judith Hajec 159 Tough to Beat This year the Knights finished a strong second in the Cape Ann League with a 7-3 record. Coached by Mr. Michael Cavanaugh the team was led both offensively and defensively by tri-captains Mike Barrett, Tom Reusch, and Mike Walsh. Other outstanding contributors included John Vincent, Bill Marcotte, Ken Whitehead, Matt Donovan, Jeff Stewart, and Mark Brucato. Here We Come! Tom Reusch, John Vincent John Vincent First Row: (1-r) Joe Bazin, Mike Braga. John Vincent, Bill Marcotte, Jeff Stewart, Mike Barrett, Tom Reusch, Mike Walsh, Kevin Good, Dave Forgetta, Scott McLaughlan, Dennis Bruce. Second Row: Bryan Foulds, John Chaput, Jay Martin, George Soucy, Matt Donovan, Mike Gilligan, T.J. Conte, Andy Crittenden. A1 Milton. Scott Whitley. Third Row: Kenny Whitehead, John Beaudoin, Sean Richards, Paul Pierog, Steve Young, Vinnie Cottone, John Lyons, Eric Reardon, Frank Killilea. Fourth Row: Eric Petrow, Bill Herrmann, Peter Kil¬ lilea, Matt Rivet, Chuck Steinbrecker, Steve Ward, Mike Beirne, Scott McGibbon, Mark Brucato. Fifth Row: Dennis Regan, Mike Hurley, Tim McGuire, Bob Hillner. Sixth Row: Coach Rozzi. Coach Carnevale. Head Coach Cavanaugh, Coach McDon¬ ald. 162 Mike Braga, John Vincent Tom Reusch Tom Reusch Mike Walsh A1 Milton, Mark Brucato, Gary Gallant, Jeff Stewart 163 J.V. FOOTBALL The J.V. Football team under the direction of coach Phil Miller, posted a 7-3 record. Running back Dave Salois, center Dave Braga, and linebacker Joe Pachina played key roles in the team’s success. Art Lumb First Row (1-r) Dave Salois, Nick DiChiara, Bill Marconi, Rich Rozzi, Keith Randall, Dean DeLuca, Mike Casale, Andy Dobson, John Calla¬ han, Tobie Adie. Second Row: Chris Skiba, Dan Sear, Chris Abel, Mike Waldrup, Chuck Dunn, Mike Andrews, Gerg Wonson, Peter LaHaye, Bob Shann, Dave Dockray, Eric Benson. Third Row: Jimmy Gur¬ ry, Rob Skiba, Dave Braga, Dave Kozemchak, Steve Dorsey, Frank Kenneally, Mike Keegan, Kevin Smith, Joe Williams, Rich Stratton, Todd Brown, George Nussbaum. Chris Bogard Chris Bogard, Mike Clancy 164 One Monkey, Two Monkey . . . Go Get Him! First Row: (1-r) Jim Detora, Kevin Boyle, Mike Carbone. Chuck DiChiara, Dan McGuire. Jay Marconi, Chris Clark, Steve Pangione, Ed Ronan. Second Row: Mike Cava¬ naugh, Mike Clancy. Paul Driscoll, Jeff Nazarian, Chris Blezinski, Jeff Steer, Art Dumb, John Ouellette, Grey Widemeyer. Third Row: B.J. Ferris. Dan Nutton, Bill Lamprey, Eric Anderson, Joe Abernathy, Mike Shea, Todd Whitley, Chris Board, Coach Kappotis, Coach Marchegiani. Fourth Row: Jay Logue. John Lesof- sky, Boyd Foulds. Rick Fredette. Von Hane, Matt Alaimo, Mike Peterson, Paul McCabe, Chuck Cioffi. 165 Rollings Along! Tri-Captains Jon Keller, Tom Roberts and Steve Todd played superbly for Coach DiMarca’s 7-5-4- team. Also turning in excellent performances were Bill Zahoruiko, Kevin Redman and Peter Bums. Walter Wilson Greg Kasperzak Steve Marchand Steve Todd First Row: (1-r) Sean Randall, Walter Wilson, Tom Fragala, Dean Alaimo, Jeff Flartley, Mike Moody, Steve Marchand, Greg Kasperzak, Rich Testa, R.J. Sullivan. Second Row: Coach DiMarca, Chris Berube, Tony Aimitage, John Keller, Tom Roberts, Bob Paige, Steve Todd, Kevin Redman. Peter Bums, Dave Wilson, Andy Condon, Mark DiNitto, Goalie Ray Sulli¬ van not pictured. 166 Rich Testa Jon Keller Coach DiMarca, Andy Condon The Kick Girls Meet Their Goal This Year’s Giris’ Soccer Team, led by Captains Kelly Comerford, Lisa La Rochelle and Doreen DiNitto, played well to reach a respectable record. Coach Amato was also pleased by performances by all-star Ann Sullivan as well as Katie Inskeep and Joanna Haigney. Linda Shottes Andrea Matchett (L-R) First Row — Heidi Wefers, Do¬ reen DeNitto, Kelly Comerford, Lisa LaRochelle, Linda Shottes, (L-R) Second Row — Kathy McElory, Lyn McDonald, Jenny Wright, Andrea Matchett, Kelly Anderson, Chris Che- nard, Katie Inskeep, (L-R) Third Row — Coach Amato, Deanna Brucato, Liz Duffy, Elaine LeBrun, Annie Sulli¬ van, Keri Whipple, Cathy Mahoney, Tamie Kerig, Allsion McCabe: Doreen DeNitto (L-R) Elaine LeBrun, Liz Duffy, Kelly Anderson I Annie Sullivan Marybeth Harrington Boys on the Run Coach Kelley was extremely pleased with All- Star Brian Moody who led this year’s team to a 12-1 record. Captains Joe McDonald and Rick Dellechiaie ran well, as did Jim Kilcoyne, Will Duffy, Eric Hamblet, Kevin Ronan and Matt Morin. With a young team Mr. Kelley expects a strong team next year too. Brian Moody Will Duffy (L-R) First Row — Jim Kilcoyne, Joe McDonald, Rick Dellachaie, Kevin Ronan (L-R) Second Row —Brian Moody, Eric Hamblet, Matt Morin, Joe Reynolds, Will Duffy, Coach Kelley Kevin Ronan A Heated Race Jim Kilcoyne 1 Joe McDonald, Rick Dellachaie 170 Winning Record All-Star runner Jennifer Loyall led Coach Kel¬ ley’s Girls’ Cross Country Team to a 6-4 record. Captains Jean Bushnell and Sue Breen also ran well and were pleased by the running of Lisa Pimpis and Jennifer Sobel Jen Loyall, Beth Kalinowski Sheri Perocchi Lisa Benincasa, Janel Jolly Jennifer Sobel, Lisa Pimpis, Erica Shultz (L-R) First Row Nancy Reynolds, Jean Bushnell, Sue Breen, Lisa Pimpis, Jen Loyall (L-R) Second Row — Lisa Benincasa, Beth Kalinowski, Jennifer Sobel, Erica Shultz, Janel Jolly, Stephanie Broderick 171 Finally Winners! Under Coach Delaney the Field Hockey Team racked up its first victory in two years this year against Manchester. Mary Beth Gordon scored half of the total goals for the season and Captain Devrie Lafreniere, along with Chris Willis, put in strong performances. First Row: (1-r) Linda Fann, Carol Bushnell, Ann Zaccari, Devrie Lafreniere, Chris Wil¬ lis, Nancy Erban, Marybeth Gordon, Karen Walmsley. Second Row: Nancy Peter¬ son, Becky Balmas, Agnes Bernal, Cheryl Hutchings, Marta Stiglin, Alice Peck, Marianne Wolfenden, Coach Delaney. Ann Zaccari Marianne Wolfenden, Marybeth Gordon, Cheryl Hutchings m » . 1 y [L ■Pm f wk Hr - ' 1 i jr 172 Devrie Lafreniere Ann Zaccari, Marianne Wolfenden, Marta Stiglin. Penalty Shot 173 J.V. FIELD HOCKEY Despite an unimpressive season the J.V. Field Hockey team worked hard. Katie Deg- nan, Janet Gosselin, Becky Leighton and Katie Walsh turned in solid efforts through¬ out the season. The J.V. Field Hockey team ended their season with a 0-9-3 record. Nancy Erban First Row: (1-r) Cheri Watson, Sarah Lizzy, Maureen Dowe, Katie Degnan, Janet Gos¬ selin, Heidi Carbone, Margaret Helfrich, Jill Collins, Lisa Pascucci. Second Row: Katie Walsh, Anne Dunigan, Kelly Glynn, Leslie Kulpinski, Becky Leighton, Julie Peck, Sarah Katis, Kelli Peck, Ellen Balmas, Sue Korb. Ellen Balmas Kelly Glynn 174 BOYS ON PAR Coach Fichera Mac Rosenbaum Ray Burnett A1 Rosenbaum Front (L-R) Ray Burnett, Mac Rosenbaum, David Beliveau, Rob Cheevers Back (L-R) Kevin Collier, Blaine Melanson, Andy Heinze, A1 Rosenbaum, Coach Fichera 175 Boys Look to Improve The Boys’ Ski Team again finished close to the bottom with a 4-8 finish. Despite the losing record, Coaches Marchegiani, Kappotis and Santarlasci see some definite hope for the future with young prospects such as Dean DeLuca, Rich Stratton and Greg Battersby. This year’s team was paced with consistantly strong finishes by captain Jim Hannon. John Corcoran Mike Healy Team Picture First Row; (1-r) Paul Moran, Mike Car¬ bone, Ken Long, Eric Reason, Jay Marconi, Gary Frazier, Scott Dearman, Gary Reasor, Glen Wyllie. Second Row: Bob Hillner, John Corcoran, Kevin Col¬ lier, Bob Marconi, Joe DeLuca, Dean DeLuca, Rich Stratton, John Osgood, Third Row: Coach Kappotis, Shawn Healy, Greg Battersby, Eric Tobin, Steve Cor- mey, Jim Hannon, Mike Healey, Andy Condon, Mark Rando, Mart Moran, Sal Testa, John Lesofsky, Coach Santarlasci, Coach Marchegiani 176 Girls Storm the League The Girls’ Team stormed to their best finish in nine years with an unblemished record of 8-0 to top the league and get a chance at the state title. Seniors Devrie LaFreniere, Adrienne Brucato, and Captain Karen Walmsley will be leaving after excellent years, but coach Mar- chegiani sees no reason for the girls not to establish a dynasty as a number of younger skiers had outstanding years. This group includes Amy Steam, Timra Carlson, Erin Muldoon, and Jill Collins Devrie LaFreniere Adrienne Brucato Erin Muldoon Timra Carlson Andrea Norwood Team Picture; First Row; (1-r) Naomi Gulezian, Adrienne Brucato, Kim Greenwood, Nancy Erban, Jill Collins, Bonnie Bruce, Lisa Lascola, Jennifer Battersby. Second Row; Karen Walm¬ sley, Devrie LaFreniere, Erica Schultz, Amy Mead, Susanne McDonald, Karen Corcoran, Kelly Messina, Heidi Cerbone, Lisa Pascuicci. Third Row; Coach Kappotis, Coach Santalarsci, Ginny Curren, Janet Papilia, Laura Bellafatto, Sarah Livesay, Kathy McElroy, Amy Steam, Debbie Lally, Erin Muldoon, Timra Carlson, Margaret Helfrich, Cheryl Bellafato, Noreen Dearman, Coach Marchegiani 177 Hot on Ice The 1983 NAHS Hockey Team just missed being at the top of the Cape Ann League this year by losing to Amesbury. Despite this, the team did extremely well. Coaches Logue and McDonald were pleased with performances by Peter Heinze, Alan Longton, Mike Barrett, and spectacular goalie, Mike McMahon. Team Picture; First Row: (1-r) Ted Shields, A1 Longton, Mac Rosenbaum, Mike Barrett, Peter Heinze, Andy Crittenden, Mike McMahon. Second Row: Bill Herrmann, Matt Rivet, Rich Cheevers, John Ronan, Mike Dunlap, Jay Logue, Jim Nor¬ wood, Andy Heinze 178 John Chaput Steve Todd David Blackstock First Row: (1-r) Derek Stoudemire, Captain John McEl- roy, Captain David Blackstock, Captain Steve Todd, Steve McElroy, Joe Basin. Second Row: John Rohde, John Ch ut, Chris Geggis, John Kronenwetter, Tim Labelle. Third Row: Chris Strobel, Danny Murphy, Rob Fredette, Wayne Stearns, Coach McVeigh Boys Hang Tough Mr. McVeigh’s first year at the helm of the Boys Basketball Team was a successful one. The team ended in the top of the pack for the Cape Ann League Title. Rob Fredette, Steve Todd, John McElroy and Dave Blackstock did excellent jobs throughout the season to finish up so well. 180 David Blackstock Derek Stoudemire Wayne Steams John Chaput Christine Brinckley — where? k! Coach Humphreys The Boys’ J. V. Basketball team had an outstanding season this year, losing only one game for an overall record of 17-1. Leading the team in their outstanding performance were captains John Leavitt, Derrick Stoudemire and Billy Gordon. Teammates Richard Blinn, Chris Rowen and Frank Kenneally were also major contributors to the Knights’ successful season. Dan Murphy Dean Vellardocchia First Row (1-r) John Bowab, John Leavitt, Derek Studemeyer, Bill Gordan, Paul Bernardin. Second Row: Dean Alaimo, Dean Vellardocchia, Mike Kelleher, Dave Alakel, Steve Manning Third Row: Bill Moeckle, Dan Mur¬ phy, Chris Rowan, Frank Kenneally, Rich Blinn, Coach Humphreys Dean Vellardocchia Boys’ J.V. Basketball Team Dominates League i i i ■. li I 1 : i » Boys Hold Their Own Coach Noonie Costello’s Freshman Basketball Team compiled an impressive 10-1 record in the league and an overall record of 10-4. Players Brandy Matthews and David Carney led the team in scoring, while Mike Moody and David Hall added to the team defensively. These players look promising for future basketball years at N.A.H.S. Eddie Shaut Dave Hall Dave Carney Eddie Shaut Mike Moody First Row: (1-r) Matt McGrath, Mike Moody, Brien Miller, Arty Dumb, Clay Reynolds, Dave Hall. Second Row: Manager Tim Nahill, John Mele, John Dziardosz, Ed Shaut, Brandy Matthews, Paul McCabe, Dave Carney, Coach Noonie Costello. 183 i Girls Hold Almost Perfect Record Coach Parker’s Varsity Girls’ Basketball Team went undefeated this year and qualified for the state tournament. Standouts Karen Lagana, Sue Breen, and Agnes Bernal did exceptionally well to lead the team. With many new players coming up through its ranks, the team looks excellent for next year also. Coach Parker First Row (L-R) Kathy Delisle, Debbie Fumeau, Karen Lagana, Jean Bushnell, Beth Kalinowski, Carol Bushnell Second Row (L-R) Coach Parker, Katie Walsh, Liz Duffy, Donna Lagana, Agnes Bernal, Chris Uttley, Sue Breen, Manager Linda Fann 184 Debbie Fumeau Chris Uttley Jean Bushnell Karen Lagana Donna Lagana Katie Walsh Girls Hold Almost Perfect Record This year’s Girls J.V. Basketball team coached by Mrs. Parent and led by such outstanding players as Patti Lagasse, Katie Moran and Joan Bushnell had an extremely impressive year. The members of this year’s team will aptly fill the vacant places in next year’s Varsity squad. Coach Parent Joan Bushnell First Row: (L-R) Joan Bushnell, Nancy Erban, Maureen Smith, Danielle Dixon, Kristen Pascucci. Second Row: Coach Par¬ ent, Katie Moran, Anne Sullivan, Patti Lagasse, Kris Swenson, Kris Nobel, Sam Rutherford Nancy Erban Katie Moran 186 After being cut out for a year by Proposition 2 V 2 , the Girls’ Freshman I: Basketball team is back. Led by tri-captains Amy Strobel, Arlene Uzynski and ! Maureen Fumeaux, these girls posted a respectable record of 6-3. According to i Coach Mansour, the team was paced by guards Amy Strobel and Maureen Fumeaux Maureen Fumeaux Arlene Uszynski Julie Parent Susan Crevier, Jean Hambleton, Julie Parent First Row: (1-r) Karen Chisiki, Arlene Uszynski, Amy Strobel, Maureen Fumeaux, Chris Valentino, Julie Parent Second Row: Coach Mansor, Missy Atwood, Sarah Holtzman, Jean Hambleton, Gigi Gilman, Sue Crevier, Lynn McDonald. 187 Pinning the Title The NAHS Wrestlers again won the Cape Ann League title despite tough competition from Triton. Top performers for the Knights included Mark Brucato, Todd Workman, Jon Keller, Von Hoehn, Rich Mellilo, Rich Testa, Rob Farrell, Jim Williamson and Joe Whitmore. The Knights, under Coach Howard Crozier, also did well in the states and look quite strong for next year. Jack Walczak Scott Whitley Joe Whitmore Mark Brucato John Mambro First Row (L-R) John Mambro, Andy Dobson, Rich Testa, Jon Keller, Mark Brucato, Steve McKay, Von Hoehn, Joe Whitmore, Jack Walzack, Second Row (L-R) Jeff Hall, Jeff Stewart, Rich Mellilo, Robert Farrell, Todd Workman, Mike Anderson, Jim Pettine, Scott Whitley, Jim Williamson, Coach Crozier, Third Row (L-R) Cathy Carr, Dave Salois, Jeff Doherty, Boyd Foulds, Dan McKellagat, Rob Skiba, Bob Shann, Paul Driscoll, Chuck Dichiara Fourth Row: (L-R) Scott Nussbaum, Gene Salois, Todd Whitley, Pat Rorke, George Nussbaum, Dan Enaire, Steve Pangione 188 Gymnasts Go for It All Sensational Kathy Rennie paced this year’s Gymnastics Team to an undefeated record. Coaches Korb and Palmer were also pleased by strong performances by Janet Maurer, Beth Sullivan and Doreen DiNitto. Kathy Murphy First Row (1-r) Lori Torbin, Kathy Gioia, Doreen DiNitto, Kathy Murphy. Second Row: Paula Galvagna, Kathy Rennie, Kelley Peck, Joy Townley, Lisa Bouchard, Kerri D’Antonio. Third Row: Coach Korb, Beth Schroeder, Leslie D’Antonio, Kristen Donovan, Janet Maurer, Ellen Balmas, Missy Frulla, Beth Sullivan 190 A Team to Contend With Although losing good players in key positions, Mr. Strobel coached this year’s Baseball Team to another year near the top of the pack in the league. Co-captains Peter Heinze and Tom Reuch as well as letter winners, Wayne Sterns, Dan Glynn, T.J. Conte, Bill Marcotte, and Dave Blackstock paced the Knights to another successful season. A- Mike Valentino Dave Blackstock, John Vincent Wayne Steams First Row (L-R); Dan Roche, John Skiba, Dan Glynn, Tom Reusch, Joseph Mar- chand, T.J. Conte, Bill Marcotte, Ken Dill- man. Second Row (L-R): Rico Dion, Ken Long, Dick Reese, Wayne Steams, Dave Blackstock, Peter Heinze, John Vincent, Mike Valentino, Coach Strobel. 192 1 i ' Chris Strobel Joe Torname Bill Hermann First Row (L-R) Ann Dufresne, Tim Labelle, Mike Atwood, Kamal Asar, Jim Norwood, Sean Healy, John Beaudoin, Chuck Fumble, Dan Rullo, Tasha Bilodeau Second Row (L-R) Mr. Dinsmore, Mike Dunlap, Steve Ward, Scott McGibbon, Bill Her¬ mann, Erdie Burton, Chris Strobel 193 V i. Go! Fight! Win! The cheerleaders work hard and long in order to boost team spirit during all sporting events. The cheerleaders were divided into two squads. The football and hockey cheering squad is coached by Miss Betty O’Connor, while the soccer and basketball squad is coached by Miss Albrecht. Both squads compete in a regional competition each year. Lisa Wharton, Julie Desmond Judy Kilcoyne We want a victory for N-A-H-S! f First Row (1-r) Laura White, Dianna Cavallaro, Judy Kilcoyne, Michelle Albrecht, Bonnie Seablom, Dawn Marinelli. Second Row: Dee Dee Boulanger, Lisa Wharton, Julie Desmond, Karen Langlois, Lisa Baza- rian, Peggy Driscoll, Coach Patricia Albrecht. ' 4 First Row (1-r) Nancy Peterson, Sherri LaScola, Second Row: Maria Hillner, Judy McGuire, Debbie Strobel, Kelly Regan, Maria Rizzo. ■ First Row: (1-r) Karla Scuito, Margo Roy, Tricia Foulds, Second Row: Cindy Nastasia, Julie Leonard, Tatia Bilodeau, Betsy Gillen, April Kimball, Donna Henry. Third Row: Rosalie Marquez, Jennifer Holt, Janice Pierce. First Row: (1-r) Karla Scuito, Tricia Foulds, Cindy Nastasia, Rosalie Marquez, Donna Henry, Janice Pierce. Second Row: Coach Jill Cadarette, Julie Leonard, April Kimball, Tatia Bilodeau, Jenny Holt, Betsy Gillen, Margo Roy, Assistant Coach Betty O’Connor 195 A- ' On the Winning Track Under the leadership of Coach Welch, the Track Team posted a good record in a tough league. Tri-captains Mike Barrett, Frank Killilea, and Rick Dellechiaie gave good performances as did letter winners Jim Kilcoyne, Jim Bindley, Pete Molan- der, Jeff Stewart, John Chaput, Paul Gosselin, Phil D’Antonio, Pete Killilea, Brian Moody, Will Duffy, and Tim McGuire. In addition, a strong J.V. Program will assure the Track team’s winning tradition. First Row: (1-r) Mark Hamilton, Dan Rorke, Dave Camire, Jim Watson, Greg Bryzinski, Rob Naza- rian. Second Row: Coach Welch, John Chaput, Frank Killilea, Matt Donovan, Mike Barrett, Mike Braga, Kevin Allen, Bob Mukherjee, Coach Cavanaugh, Third Row: Phil D’Antonio, Jim Mc¬ Donald, Kevin Ronan, Rick Delle Chaie, Jeff Stewart, Peter Molander, Jack Lyons. Fourth Row: Pat Rorke, Brian Moody, Will Duffy, Paul Pierog, Peter Sullivan, Tim McGuire, Jim Haley, Sean Richards, Paul Gosselin. Fifth Row: Peter Fragala, Matt Morin, Eric Hamblett, Tobie Adie, Jim Titus, Dave Dockrey, Chuck Dunn, Greg Kasperzak, Andy Dobson, Tom Fragala, Jay Trevesian. Sixth Row: Dave Salois, Mike Ander¬ son, Mike Hughes, Dave Kozemchak 197 Girls on Track This year’s girls’ track team ran to a good despite losing may good members to graduation. Coach Sheehan was pleased by strong performances by Captains Maureen Costello and Heidi Wefers, as well as letter winners, Patti Stone, Lisa Pimpis, Lisa Benincasa, Sue Breen, Chris Uttley and Jennifer Loyall. i Maureen Costello Molly Sullivan, Ellen Dinucio Lisa Forgetta, Andrea Forgetta (left to right) First row — Karen MacKay, Sue McGrath, Rebecca Melvin, Ellen Dinucio, Danielle Langevin, Cathy Nugent, Julie Schapker, Jill Norwood, Liz Fragala, Nancy Reynolds, Lisa Benicasa Second row — Mau¬ reen Wilson, Bonnie Bruce, Cris Robinson Ann Rlback, Leslie Miles, Andrea McDonald, Jenny Loyal, Laura Filback, Heidi Wefers, Lisa Pimpis, Maureen Costello, Kim Burton, Claire Gravel, Susan McDonald. Third row — Coach Sheehan, Karen Slipkowski, Tracy Tibbetts, Patti Stone, Molly Sullivan, Margaret Sullivan, Jill Kochanszyk, Kris Uttley, Pam Jeffrey, Kelly Martin, Lisa Forgetta, Chris Gihlstorf, Virginia Curren, Sue Breen, Andrea Forgetta, Tomoko Seki, Mariel Hagan. 198 Young Team Wins Despite losing many fine players to graduation, Coach Young was pleased by yet another winning season of the boys’ tennis team. Co-Captains Anthony Galvagna and Dan Warner contributed excellent performances, as did Junior Dave Modigliani, to pace the team against a strong Cape Ann League. w Bill Zahouricho Dan Warner Gerry Kent First Row; (1-r) Lee Altman, Dan Warner. Second Row: Gerry Kent, Mark Durkee, Bill Zahouricho. Courting the Title This year’s Girls Tennis Team, coached for the third year by once captain Patti Peck, muscled its way through the Cape Ann League to once again post an excellent record. Consistant showings bye co-captains Alice Peck and Joanna Haigney helped the team become a power in the league. With many young starters the Girls Tennis Team should continue its winning ways in the future. Kim Patterson Liz Duffy Caroline Duffy (L-R) First Row Paula Galvaqna, Mary Beth Harrinq- ton, Lauren O’Donnell. Dolly FMer, Allison Wyllie, San- die Hall Second Row (L-R) Alice Peck, Julie Hayes, Kim Patterson, Liz Duffy, Joanna Haigney, Carolyn Duffy, Coach Patty Peck 201 Team Led by Co-Captains Lagana and Bushnell The Softbcdl Team, under the expert guidance of Coach Edward Keisling, turned in another year of solid, competitive action. Co-captains Karen Lagana and Jean Bushnell provided enthusiasm and support both on and off the field. Karen Walmsley and Mary Main also turned in superb performances. Marta Stiglin (L-R) Kathy Reardon, Caroline Giuffrida, Laurie Con¬ te, Diane Lustenberger, Sue Montanaro. Jane Morkes- ki, Karen Keegan, Julie Wells. Back Row (L-R) Chris Willis, Mary Main, Marta Stiglin, Danielle Dixon, Karen Wasmsly, Jean Bushnell. Chris Scalet. Coach Keisling 202 Lori Conte Ltr ' iftif I ii iiiiw ■ I Timra Carlson Devrie LaFreniere Carol Bushnell Front Row (L-R) Nancy Erban, Joan Bushnell. Ann Zaccari, Devrie LaFreniere, Carol Bushnell. Wendy LaHaye. Back Row: (L-R) Jill Collins, Sam Ruther¬ ford, Maureen Dowe, Timra Carlson, Donna Laga- na, Maureen Smith, Coach Schruender 203 The Class of 1983 Asks Our Subscribers to Support Our Advertisers COSMETICS Dianne L. O’Neill 25 Ferncroft Circle Independent Beauty Consultant (617) 685-3970 No. Andover, MA 01845 Have a great rest of i oui life... 204 Best Wishes to the Class of ’83 from North Andover Lions Club nonprin Congratulations Graduates of the Class of ’83 R.J. Macartney O O • 356 Essex Street Lawrence, MA 5 Main Street Andover, MA 205 Best Wishes to the Class of ’83 Lawton’s Hot Dog Stand Canal Street Lawrence, MA 206 CARON FUNERAL HOME 30 Main Street R. George and John D. Caron North Andover, Mass. RON’S LOBSTER POOL North Andover 682-5291 Cold Beer and Wine Fresh Fish Seven Days a Week Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of ’83 Representative Joseph N. Hermann 207 North Andover Supply, Inc ualily lumhing Q eaiing Q upplies 595 Chickering Rd., Rte. 125 No. Andover, Ma. 01845 Telephone (617) 686-0711 Congratulations to the Class of 1983 North Andover Driving School 143 Main Street Tel. 689-2372 John J. Magavero, Jr., Owner 208 Compliments of: McAloon’s Package Store 531 Chickering Road North Andover, MA Tel. 682-8029 The Buco Family And Employees Welcome you at “The Package Store” in North Andover 357 North Main St, Andover, Ma. 01810 457-0627 114 Winthrop Ave., North Andover, Ma. 01845 687-9432 617 685-3546 Furniture Barn COMPLETE R ESI BESTIAL AND COMMERCIAL DESIGN SERVICE " Jet. Rtt. 114-125, North Andover, Mms. 01845 An KtliaiiAlleii (iialleo ' flWCHSup Prug .. 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Merrimack Valley Datsun 815 South Main St., Haverhill tel. 688-7017 y ndoverBank ANDOVER SAVINGS BANK Datsun 280 -ZX Two-seater ANDOVER, 61 MAIN STREET, N. ANDOVER, 108 MAIN STREET METHUEN, 547 BROADWAY, METHUEN, 91 PLEASANT VALLEY ST. TEWKSBURY, 995 MAIN STREET 219 Just A Few Words To Say The editors of this Yearbook would just like to extend a few special thank you’s to the people who helped them the most with their sections. Michelle Smith; Theme Thanx to all devotees who showed up week after week, year after year. To all bald skaters too. Anne-Margaret Torrisi: Seniors Lisa Morrow: Faculty Thanks to Chin-Chin for helping me with the final layouts and to my sister Vixen (even if she acts queer.) Nancy O’Connell: Underclassmen I cannot thank Pam Smith enough for helping me identify all of the homeroom pictures. Lisa Novelline: Activities Tricia DiFilippo, Chris Gihlstorf: Sports Special thanks to Margo Roy, Donna Henry, Lisa Benicasa and all the identifiers. We couldn’t have done it without you. Anne-Margaret Torrisi, Nancy O’Connell: Advertising We couldn’t have got so many ads without the extra help of Katie Degnan. Special thanks to the sixth period Journalism class that help put the finishing touches on this Yearbook. Thank you — Mary, Sue, Leslie, Heidi, Adrienne, Lyn, Jack, Sean, Julie, and Michelle. Miss Connor Our very biggest thank you goes to the woman who made this Yearbook possible, our Yearbook Advisor, Miss Connor. Thank you for having patience with us, spending so much time with us, and generally just putting up with us. We’ve accomplished so much, and had so many good times along the way . . . All the help you gave each of us with our sections ... All the days spent after school ... All of the rides home (or maybe only to Johnson St. and back to the Fire Station . . . The entire day spent at the Yearbook Seminar at . . . Meetings with Guy Smiley, what outfit will he wear today? . . . 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