Trevecca Nazarene University - Darda Yearbook (Nashville, TN)
- Class of 1983
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Socially Prologue 1 Dedication 14 Activities 17 Academically Seniors 65 Who s Who 81 Classes 98 Faculty 137 Communally Organizations 169 Athletics 196 Advertisements 252 Epilogue 278 Digitized by tine Internet Arcliive in 2014 littps : arcli i ve . 0 rg detai I s d ard a 1 983trev Together — a co-existence, a unity. Throughout our lives, we form " togethers, " building on our unity with Christ, the Cornerstone of all our togethers. To understand one must listen, and you listen well, to my chatter as well as to the longings of my heart . . . and then you laugh or cry with me, praise me or comfort me. You give me whatever my spirit needs. My collection of happy memories is constantly growing. It ' s made up of many things — fun occasions warm and gentle hours, even sentimental times . . . and so many of them are special because they ' re moments shared between friends. Your outlook on life opens new vistas for me, sharpens my senses and refreshes my thinking Our friendship lias given me new insigtit into ttte caring and concern one friend can show another . . . for when Vm feeling down, I can always count on you to lift me up, and when life brings a storm of problems and I need the security of someone to lean on, you ' re there. MATE HOME OF POPiS jANBURGEHil 13 In Dedication Homer J. Adams, Pli.D., President Of The College Opposite page photo: Dr. Adams with his usual smile, as always seen on campus. This page top: Homer and Beatrice Adams. Bottom right: Dr. and Mrs. Adams proudly display their new grandson, Michael Chad, son of Michael and Sarah Johnson. for your strong spiritual leadership; your friendship fostered between the college, com- munity and church; your striving for unity among the students, faculty and staff, basing God as the Cornerstone of all our friendships; your willingness to listen and advise in time of need; and your firm foundation on the Rock of Christ Jesus, displaying to all your keen sense of understanding and deep humility — We gratefully dedicate this, the 1983 DARDA, to the one that has worked the hardest at upgrading the quality of our education while keeping the Christian values of our belief in sight during the past four years. We dedicate this to you, Dr. Adams, and thank you for bringing Trevecca Nazarene College together in so many ways. Actmties A Day For Recognition The hill onc e again witnesses the arrival of the new freshman class. The hallways are crowded with bewildered conversations of syllabi and research papers. But this is not your ordinary freshman class, these are the Trevecca RATS. These RATS will sing, carry books, and shoot down attacking airplanes. They bow in humble reverence as the chimes sing across campus. They don ' t mind the thick, oily make up on their face or the fact that their clothes are turned inside-out. Freshman RAT DAYS is a day long await- ed by each Sophomore and a day each Freshman will never forget. Most impor- tantly, it ' s a day in which friendships are made. It ' s TRADITION. f ' 1 19 Halloween Trick or treat night kicked off the events to come for the Halloween week- end. Trickers and treaters were dress in costumes ranging from maids to cow- boys to interpretations of our own facul- ty- The following night, Circle K provided a haunted house in the old McKay Hall. Long hours of planning proved to pay off, for the house was filled with scenes to scare any disbeliever. Later in the evening, the Senior Class sponsored a Halloween party in the Smyrna Airport aircraft hangar. There were many activi- ties and refreshments ran by different individuals and organizations. Overall, Halloween 1982 provided much entertainment and enjoyment for the students of Trevecca. 20 21 Sandra Renee Archer, 1982 Homecoming Queen Senior Princess Sandra Renee Archer Senior Princess Brenda K. Steen and Senior Princess Jenny L. Fisher and Es- and Escort Mr. Bill Elkins Escort Mr. Keith Cray cort Mr. Steve Tate Junior Princess Lori J. Morsch and Es- Sophomore Princess Robin J. Boone Freshman Princess Mary E. Marks and cort Mr. Finley Knowles and Escort Mr. Alan Foster Escort Mr. Jeff Bambling 1982 Homecoming Activities Friday, November 12, 1982 was the evening for the Coronation of the Homecoming Queen. Miss Sandy Ar- cher, a Senior majoring in Medical Technology, received the honor of 1982 Homecoming Queen. As in the usual tradition, the coronation took place during the Friday night basket- ball game, in which Trevecca Tro- jans came out as the victorious win- ners. After the game, the Speer Fam- ily Singers gave a wonderful concert to a packed house in the McClurkan Auditorium. The memories of the 1982 Homecoming Heritage Week will be remembered by all for many years to come. Fall Re treat Once again, the Tennessee Nazarene District Center was the location for Trevecca ' s annual fall retreat. The main objectives of the weekend were to make new friendships while renew- ing old ones and to worship through song and devotions. Lynn Neighbors, a former singer of the group Regeneration, provided special music for the retreat and Dr. John Chilton was the guest speaker. As always, the retreat proved to be a success as people not only g ew clos- er in fellowship, but made a stronger committment to the Lord. 1983 Bridal Show Trevecca ' s second annual bridal show, sponsored by the Civinettes and Sigma Society in cooperation with Bridal Penttiouse of Nash- ville, was a night of beauty and romance for all who attended. The evening provided prospective brides and grooms from the entire rSashville area a view of the most recent apparels in wedding attire along with pageantry. 26 Julie Ann Smith, 1983 Valentine Queen The fun and excitement of Valentines 1983 cuinninated with the pageant and banquet that are held annually. Miss Ju- lie Smith was crowned the 1983 Valen- tine Queen at the eloquent pageant held in McClurkan Auditorium. First Runner- Gp was La-Tan Roland; Second Runner- Gp was Kandy Archer; and Ani Aras was awarded the title Miss Congeniality. The pageant, organized by the Sopho- more class, was one of beauty and charm. The ten girls were judged on their display of charm, beauty, dress and talent. The theme of Valentine, 1983 was Always and Forever, a most appropriate description of the romance and beauty of this year ' s activities. 4 4 ft -v- % Miss Angela Marie Goode Miss Anadelia Arias 30 Valentines The 1983 Valentine Banquet was held at The Maryland Farms Country Club in Brentwood, Tennessee. The enter- tainment for the evening was provided by Christian singer songwriter Gary Chapman. The evening included a deli- cious steak dinner, entertainment by Gary Chapman, a film presentation depicting the Valentine pageant, and the honor- ing of the pageant contestants. 32 The Concert Series The Concert Series at Trevecca proved to be quite impres- sive and entertaining this year. Under the leadership of David Caldwell, Vice President of Social Activities, the line- up of concerts impressed not only the campus community, but the Nashville area as well. This years Concert Series included Benny Hester and Band, Joe English and Band, White Wing and Leon Patillo. Much congratulations is given to David for his role in the organization of these events. The following pages depict scenes from the Concert Series. Benny Hester On September 9, 1982, the crowds thronged into McClurkan Auditorium to hear Benny Hester and Band in Concert. This was the first group to lead the way for an excellent concert series at Trevecca this year. Benny Hester proved to be a big hit with the overflow crowd that came to hear some excellent Christian music. 15 PROUD TO PRESENT BENNY HESTER In Concert Joe English An excellent evening of Leon Patillo in Concert was provided Spring quarter at The Tennessee Performing Arts Center. With a warm-up mini-concert by Michael Card, the entire evening flowed with the Holy Spirit speaking to everyone present. Although it was a cool, breezy night outside, it was a warm, gentle night inside that will long be remembered by all. 39 Circle K Variety Show 42 Now if you Ve been lonely, doing things ail on-your-own-ly, now if ever you Ve felt kind of out of touch, Just like someone on a shelf off in a corner by yourself where the " happies " never happen very much. Then you know it ' s not such fun to get to play out in the sun if solitaire is all you get to play, And you know the sweetest treat is never all that neat to eat if you only get to split it up one way. V I 45 Slave Sale The annual Slave Sale, sponsored by the Cheerleaders, once again was a classic. The purpose of the event is to raise money for the cheerleading outfits. While bids were not as high as expected, the event brought in enough money to serve its pur- pose. Emceed by Don Garrison, the Slave Sale was an afternoon full of fun in keeping with tradition. 47 Skating Hicks Cohagen The Christian dramatics team of Hicks and Cohagen made their second appearence at Trevecca. This time, the students became the live audience for a record to be released later in the year. Everyone who attended was well pleased with the performance given by the duo, once again disproving the fallacy that dramatics are only for the secular world. Lambs Players And as I slept I dreamed. ..ad Spring Retreat The annual Spring Retreat was a time enjoyed by all. it provided a time where students could gather in a non-academic setting and enjoy games and devotional periods to just " get away from it all. " This year ' s Spring Retreat did that and Western Extravaganza Western Extravaganza! A new idea started this spring as a campus cookout witin lots of fun and games. Whether it was trying to catch a greased pig, run- ning a three-legged race or just sitting back and relaxing, it was a time of ex- citement and enjoyment for all. Awards Chapel Awards Chapel this year provided a memorable occasion for students and parents as a time for recognizing those students tliat have obtained some personal achievement and those that have contributed the most to different aspects of cam- pus life. Included in the service was the presenta- tion of individual departmental awards, club and organization awards, the All School Awards and the DARDA Dedication. All School Awards Citizenship Award Lloyd Brock School Spirit Celeste Thompson Rick Bartlett General Activities Cindy Holmes David Caldwell Religious Activities Don Garrison Melissa labors Dependability Stephanie Lawson Lloyd Brock Scholarship Brenda Steen Don Ward Leadership Beverly Adams Darrell Wright Club Of The Year Sigma Society Class Of The Year Class Of 1983 Student Alumni Award Melvin Taylor Graduation The 82nd Commencement exercises were held on June 6, 1983, in the Trevecca gymnasium. Speaking to the class of 1983 was Dr. Dennis Kinlaw, President Emeritus of Asbury College. He challenged the graduating class to cherish their degrees and heritage and put God ' s will first in their lives, and they will be astounded at the impact they can make in the world. Senior Class President Don Ward presented a poem to the graduating class and the congregation highlight- ing the academic years at Trevecca and the responsibilities that came with being in college at Trevecca. The Citizenship Award was presented to Mr. Lloyd Brock as " one graduating Senior who has proven throughout their College career to be a dependable worker in a variety of school activi- ties, well-rounded academically, of Christian character and integrity, and who has generated enthusiasm and served as an inspiration to fel- low students. " The award was presented by Dr. Adams with a standing ovation from the congre- gation. A total of 174 graduates received degrees from Trevecca this year. Dwight Moody Gunter and W. Talmadge Johnson were awarded honorary Doctor of Divinity degrees by Trevecca. Rev. Moody Gunter is the District Superintendent of the South Carolina District and Rev. Talmadge Johnson is the District Superintendent of the Tennessee District. 1 62 63 Senior Class Officers Top photo, left to right: Rick Bartlett, Don Ward, Jim Quiggins, Linda Munro, Sandy Ar- cher, Cindy Holmes, Teresa Hunt, Jenny Fish- er President Don Ward Vice President Linda Munro Secretary Teresa Hunt Treasurer Sandy Archer Chaplain Rick Bartlett S.G.A. Representative Jenny Fisher S.G.A. Representative Cindy Holmes Sponsor Jim Quiggins Seniors Nancy Louise Abell Business Administration Sandra Renee Archer Medical Technology Beth Barnhart Behavioral Science Charles Richard Bartlett Youth Ministry Stephen C. Blair Physician Assistant Timothy Melvin Blanton Religious Studies David Eugene Blowers Business Administration Seniors . . Samuel Todd Bowman PreOptometry Charlene Marie Boyer Behavioral Science Psychology Daphne Kay Breeding Business Administration Kevin F. Brennan Accounting Business Admin. Randy E. Brightwell Biology William Lloyd Brock Religion PreSeminary Lucinda D. Cardell Mathematics Yuk Chun Chin Medical Assistant 67 68 Seniors . . . Judith Carol Doerner Special Education William Don Dryden Physical Education Jeanee Ebel Biology Lee Ann Eby Medical Assistant William Lewis Elkins, II Religion PreSeminary Rex Duane Evans Physician Assistant Susanna Maria Parish Early Childhood Education Thomas Graham Felder Religion Pastoral Ministry Jenny L. Fisher Accounting Dawn Renae Franklin General Science Jill C. Fullerton Music Education Donald L. Garrison Communication Human Relations 69 Seniors Valerie Lynn Gassaway Medical Assistant Sharon Dean Gibson Mathematics Jolin Adwell Halliburton Religion PreSeminary Cara Faye Hampton Medical Assistant Sharon SuAnn Hampton Medical Assistant Sheri J. Hankins Elementary Education Donna L. Hayes Medical Technology Tim W. Haynes Youth Ministry History Sheryl Ann Hendrickson Broadcasting Alan L. Herd History Political Science Charles Paul Hinerman History Cynthia Lane Holmes Creative Performing Arts 70 Seniors Faith Louise Holmes Biology Chemistry Sandra L. Huff Social Welfare Behavioral Science Ernest H. Hunt Business Administration Teresa Lynn Hunt Social Welfare Behavioral Science Rocky Stan Jenkins Accounting Charles Michael Jennings Biology Andral Johnson Business Administration David T. Johnson Business Administration 71 Seniors Virginia Faye Lloyd Johnson Business Administration Elaine Kay Jones Early Childhood Education Lesena Lynne Jones Psychology Philip Wesley Ketcham Music Kenneth A. Kirkland Religion Polly S. Kramer Physician Assistant Sarah Jane Landis Business Administration David Martin Lennon Physician Assistant 72 Seniors Joseph Louis Lovell Music Theresa C. Lyon Medical Technology Sandra Nadine Lyons Medical Assistant Deborah Ann Mann Elementary Education Russell G. Marquardt Physician Assistant Melvin Garrett Marshall History Social Science David Wayne McDaniel Biology Michael Wayne Mclntyre Physical Education Renee M. McKenzie Medical Secretary Rebecca Elizabeth Michael Medical Assistant Carol Lynn Miller Elementary Education Special Ed, Seniors Kristal Jane Mims Youth Ministry Music Ministry Jerilynn Mitchell Medical Technology Patrick Stephen Moore Music Education Joseph Paul Mosley Physical Education Linda Lee Munro Child Care Patricia M. Myers Elementary Education Rodney K. Neighbors Christian Education James A. Pate Biology Julie Lyn Pelton Psychology ■A 1 m 74 Seniors Gregory Alan Pressley Religion Jeannie Marie Pressley Elementary Education Charles Ronald Ravencraft Religion Pre Seminary Joanna Phyllis Ray Business Administration Communications Jeannetta Leigh Ream Medical Assistant Paul Wayne Reed Social Science Stephen Morgan Richardson Medical Technology Reginald Ray Rose Mathematics 75 Thomas L. Rucci Religion Phyllis Rush Early Childhood Education Jan Rutledge Comm unica tions Sherri Emerson Sartin Physician Assistant Carlos Manuel Serrao Religion PreSeminary Bobby Daniel Smith Business Administration Dwayne E. Smith Psychology Vivian Lorene Smith Social Welfare 76 James Mark Spruill Business Administration Computer Information Systems Michael Wayne Stanley Medical Technology Carl Randy Starnes Physical Education Brenda K. Steen Mathematics Kenneth Tyler Stegal Accounting Betty R. Stembridge Christian Education Joyce Ann Stewart Social Welfare Teresa Diane Stinson Early Childhood Education Seniors Brenda L. Story Speech English Education LuAnn Surface Physical Education Kathryn Joy Tate Communications Lisa Kay Tate Medical Secretary Melvin Louis Taylor Business Administration Renita G. Thompson Business Administration Repalma Rosemarie Thompson Executive Secretarial Perry Don Ward Biology 78 Seniors . Rory Todd Webb Church Music June S. Wetzel Early Childhood Education Special Education Sherri Renee White Business Administration Computer Info Systems Michael Charles Wilkerson Music Education Susan D. Wilkerson Elementary Education Daniel Melvin Wilkinson Music Education Sonia H. Williams Behavioral Science Ward Williams Business Administration Congratulations If you are a Senior graduating from college this year you have — been around the sun 22 times — spent 17 years in school systems — or 153 months — or 4,590 days in class (counting off for lunch, recess and tardiness) — or close to 50,000 hours studying (counting homework, field trips, and cramming for tests) — or approximately one-third of your waking life studying — which is roughly 2,080 times longer than it took God to create a new world from scratch. Go thou and do likewise. CO. Cathey 81 I i Sandra Renee Arch g Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit, but in humility consider others better than yourself. Each of you should look not only to your own interests, but also to the interests of others. Philippians 2:3-4 Delight thyself also in the Lord; and he shall give thee the desires of thine helfff Philip w4sley Ketcham Junior Class Officers President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Chaplain S.G.A. Representative S.G.A. Representative Sponsor Ole Blomberg Eddie Jones Cathy Burke Harold Wilson Rob Eicholtz Jon Coleman Lori Morsch Bill MacKay Left to right: Jon Coleman, Harold Wilson, Lori Morsch, Rob Eicholtz, Cathy Burke, Ole Blom- berg, Eddie Jones Juniors Linda Bacon Donnie Bailey Evelyn Ballard Stephen Bargatze Patricia Black Brian Blankenship Ole Blomberg Patricia Boyette Juniors Tnyaa ' Charlton 100 Cindi Clark Melanie Clark Michael Clyburn Juniors Juniors 102 Henry, working with his usual vigor and enthusiasm. Vicky Hall Eric Hallock Juniors Trina Hooper David Hoover Juniors Randy Lewis Kaye Lin Larry K. Mathis Roxeanna McGuire Juniors Sometimes I wonder if it is worth it all! David Osborne Tony Pangle Juniors Caria Scott Wayne Sharpe Thor Simensen Monica Slay Juniors Nora Taylor Cheryl Thomason Celeste Thompson Joetta Thompson Sophomore Class Officers Sophomores Dale Cleckner Greg Clyburn Danny Coleman Jackie Conner [ 112 i Sophomores Karia Davis Victoria Davis Don Delgado Jeff Dollar Sophomores Richard Driggers Bob DuFresne Patricia Fallwell Cynthia Fisher Kathy Fondren Lorl Fortner 14 Trevecca Fitness Association gives " behind the scenes " support. Alan Foster Tim Foster Sophomores . . . Todd Glass Bonnie Griffin Patsy Qroce Jonathan Crete Debra High Rebecca Hill Pete Hinerman Steven Hoskins Sophomores Kent Hughes Joel S. Jackson Mary Ann Jared Vicki Jenkins Landie Land 116 Laurene Lankford Stephanie Lawson Kathy Lewis Sophomores . . . Barb Tharp returns from a " nourishing " cafeteria lunch. Phil McMurrin James Weeks Sophomores . . . Mr. Cornett, thanks for the memories! Herb Modesitt Tonja Mulder Daria Murphy Joey Murphy. Daryl Murray Ben Norton 118 Sophomores . . . Greg Slonecker 120 Gregory Smith Julie Smith Lisa Smith Sophomores . . . Beware — " the black hole " . Scott Stivers Deborah Stogsdill Judith Stone Pamela Stone Dave Stults Theresa Sulser Jonna K. Williams 122 David Wilson Jay Winkle Darryl Wood Freshman Class Officers Sitting: Melissa Nabors, Susan Marley Standing: Melinda Nabors, Carl Davis, Tim Staggs, Jolene Helmer President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Chaplain S.G.A. Representative S.G.A. Representative Tim Staggs Carl Davis Susan Marley Melinda Nabots Melissa Nabors Jolene Helmer Edie Schultz 124 Freshmen Mandy Abney Scott Adkins Jeffrey Alford Teresa Amick Barbara Andrews Anadelia Arias Edwin Arigbe Jeff Bambling Evan Bell Damon Biddle Edward Blain Marcia Blanton Ruth Boyette Timothy Bradley Tammy Boggs Marie Bohannon Carrie Bradshaw Karen Brittain Angela Brown Matthew Burris Connie Candler Kevin Carnes Barbi Cash Michael Clark 125 Freshmen John Cleary Lori Clements Michael A. Cook Philip Craig Terry Crim Karen Crockarell Beverly Daffin Carl Davis Donnie Davis Stan Davis Stephen Davis Kimberly Day Steve Deridder Greg Dorsey Michelle DuFresne Danny Eaton Jimmy Elliott Annette Field Steve Farmer Lisa Figge Lisa Finn Pamela Fisher Monica Flanagan Brad Frisbey 126 Teshmen Diane Frost Sonya Frye Carol Furr JoAnn Gafford Deborah Gamble Pamela Gray Diana Givens Angela Goode Theresa Goode Ida Goodman Billie Goodson Aletha Gordon Deborah Grayheal Gary Gunter Julio Guzman Reina Tammy Halloway Allen G. Harrell Barry Hartley Darrell Haufler Sally Haufler Jolene Helmer Donna Henderson Kelly Henderson Wayne Henderson 127 Freshmen Sonya Hermes Susan Hewitt Suzanne Higginbotham Dan Hobbard Mary Holcombe Robert Holderby, Jr Rhonda Holloway Ronnie Holloway Sheila Hood Loretta Hudson Matalie Hughes John Hunt Marcia Hunter Nathaniel Hyde Cynthia Ireland Brenda Isner Craig Jackson Gina Johnson Pam Johnson Calera Jones Joyce Jones Rick Jones Kenneth Keefer Lisa Knowles 128 Freshmen Preston Kunda Valicia Ladd Rebecca Layman James LeGrand Daria Leib Shari Long Greg Lovell Cindy Lyie Mary Marks Susan Marley Rhonda Marsh Kevin Marshall Stephan Matlock Karia Maurice David Maynard Leslie McDonald Randall McDougall Vanessa McReynolds Marce McSwaIn Johannah Meeks Greg Miles Johnny Miller Lori Milliken Debbie Moore 129 Freshmen Donna Murphy Melinda Nabors Melissa Nabors Andy Mapier Par-Magnus Markestram Angel Nelson Dink Nolen Anderson Obot Angie O ' Brien Iris Painter Leea Painter Rick Parker Danny Parmer Deborah Patrick Pamela Petty Janet Poe Jannea Pomerville Ginger Poole Treila Pruitt Jeff Rippy Mark Ritzman Benita Roberts Stephen Rodriguez Tim Rose 130 Freshmen Kellie Sargent Edria Schultz Lucretia Shattles Paula Shotwell Anabela Simon Ronnie Simons Jeff Smith Sherri Smith Dana Snider Bob Spear Timothy Staggs Cindy Stalvey Kenneth K. Stargel Tessa Tanner Barb Tharp Denice Vann ISita Watson Tina Weeks Nlclas Wejshag Kevin W. Westbrook Sherri White Jeff Whiteacre Deborah Whitmire Barbara Wilkinson 131 Freshmen Sheri Williams Samuel Williamson Anthony Willingham Gina Wilson Scott Wiseman Jami Withrow Cathie Woods Jeff Wynne John Yingling Pam Youngblood 132 1983 Graduate Students Associate Of Arts Robin Dawn Bal er — General Studies Rebecca Elizabeth Michael Baldwin — Medical Assistant Phillip Albert Bhagoutie — Computer Information Systems Yuk Chun Chin — Medical Assistant Trina H. Daily — Medical Secretary Rex Devane — General Studies Lee Ann Eby — Medical Assistant Dana Janlne Franklin — Medical Assistant Valerie Lynn Gassaway — Medical Assistant Cara Faye Hampton — Medical Assistant Sharon Su Ann Hampton — Medical Assistant Sheryl A. Hendrickson — Radio Broadcasting Mark Wayne Natal! — General Studies Sandra Nadine Lyons — Medical Assistant Marilyn Renee Marsh McKenzie — Medical Assistant Deborah Sykes Roler — Secretarial Administration Beverly Tate Stevenson — General Studies Connie Jean Stone — General Studies Sharon Celeste Thompson — Medical Secretary Charles Richard Bartlett — Youth Ministry William Lloyd Brock — Religion Brenda Story Camire — Speech English Education David Joel Carpenter — Religion Psychology Kristal Mims Curry — Youth B Music Ministry Ricky Dale Curry — Religion Thomas Graham Felder — Religion John Adwell Halliburton — Religion Alan Lee Herd — History Charles Paul Hinerman — History Cynthia Lane Holmes — Creative C Performing Arts Pamela Joy Jenkins — Youth Ministry Douglas Stuart Jones — History Kenneth A. Kirkland — Religion Vicky Darlene Lee — Youth Music Ministry Rodney Keith Neighbors — Christian Education Paul Wayne Reed — Social Science Thomas Lee Rucci — Religion M. Bryan Russell — Religion Mark D. Sartin — Religion Carlos Manuel G.R.C. Seraao — Religion Betty R Stembridge — Christian Education Kay Annette Stone — Youth Music Ministry Bachlor 134 Bachlor Of Science Kimberly A Anderson — Business Administration Sandra Renee Archer — Medical Technology Elizabeth Eby Barnhart — Behavioral Science Stephen Clyde Blair — Physician Assistant David Eugene Blowers — Business Administration Martha Ann Bowers — Behavioral Science Charlene Marie Boyer — Psychology Behavioral Science Daphne K. Breeding — Business Administration Kevin F. Brennan — Accounting Business Administration Randolph E Brightwell — Biology Mark W Brown — Psychology Olivia De Havilland Burrell — Business Administration Office Administration Melba Irene Butler — Elementary Education Lucinda Gager Cardell — Mathematics Dana Lee Clark — Biology Loretta Ann Cobb — Social Welfare Jeff S. Congleton — Psychology Cathy J. Crossman — Business Administration Gary Brian Cunning — Physical Education Donna Kay Davis — Elementary Education Charles William Dawson — Physician Assistant Beverly Ann Dickens — Special Education Elementary Education Gary Edwin Dickens — Biology Harold DeWayne Dryden — Physical Education William Donald Dryden — Physical Education Melody A. Dunn — Physician Assistant Laura Jean Ebel — Biology Rex D. Evans — Physician Assistant Joyce Call Eyier — Physician Assistant Dale Bryant Farmer — Biology Dawn Renae Franklin — General Science Pamela Jeanne Friddell — Physician Assistant Donald Lee Garrison — Communications Human Relations Sharon Dean Gibson — Mathematics Rachel Beverly Gill — Physician Assistant Raymond George Gill — Music Sheri Jean Hankins — Elementary Education Carol Ann Harkey — Medical Technology Donna Lee Hayes — Medical Technology Mary Joan Hendershot — Psychology Jeffrey Alan Herndon — AIus;c Robert Scott Holder — Physician Assistant Calvin Lydell Holmes — Business Administration Faith Louise Holmes — Chemistry Biology Sandra Lee Huff — Social Welfare Behavioral Science Eileen Maymon Humphrey — Social Welfare Ernest Howard Hunt — Business Administration Teresa Lynn Hunt — Social Welfare Behavioral Science Charles Michael Jennings — Biology David Tillman Johnson — Business Administration Horace Andral Johnson, Jr. — Business Administration Virginia Faye Lloyd Johnson — Business Administration LeSena Lynne Jones — Psychology Philip Wesley Ketcham — Music Polly Bradshaw Kramer — Physician Assistant Sarah Phillips Landis — Business Administration Alan Victor Lenderman — Business Administration David Martin Lennon — Physician Assistant Joseph Louis Lovell — Music Charles Wayne Lowe — Accounting Kathy Jo Lundy — Early Childhood Education Theresa Carol Lyon — Medical Assistant Karen Ann Mabry — Business Administration Deborah Ann Mann — Elementary Education Russell Gordon Marquardt — Physician Assistant David Edgar Masencup — Physical Education James Howard Mason — Physical Education Sharon Kay Mathews — Physician Assistant David Wayne McDaniel — Biology Charles W McReynolds — Physical Education Mark Anthony Michael — Broadcasting Broadcast Journalism Jerilynn Mitchell — Medical Technology Patrick Stephen Moore — Music Education Russell C Moore — Business Administration Joseph P Mosley — Physical Education Patricia M Myers — Elementary Education Melanie Joy Fox Newton — Social Welfare heil Gregory Mewton — Physical Education James A. Pate 111 — Biology Laura Long Paxman — Communication Studies Tracie Stoner Pennington — Special Education Elementary Education Jeannie Marie Pressley — Elementary Education Joanna Phyllis Ray — Business Administration Communications S Human Relations Karen Rene Reading — Social Welfare Psychology Stephen Morgan Richardson — Medical Technology Rhonda Renee Rogers — Physician Assistant Reginald Ray Rose — Mathematics Janice Ruth Rutledge — Communications Sherri Emerson Sartin — Physician Assistant Charles William Smith — Business Administration Vivian Lorene Reed Smith — Social Welfare James Mark Spruill — Business Administration Computer Information Systems Michael W Stanley — Medical Technology Brenda Kay Steen — Mathematics Kenneth Tyler Stegall — Accounting Joyce Ann Stewart — Social Welfare Teresa Diane Stinson — Early Childhood Darlene Marie Strimple — Social Welfare LuAnn Surface — Physical Education Kathryn J. Tate — Communications Carol A. Taylor — Business Administration Melvin Louis Taylor — Business Administration Renita Gail Thompson — Business Administration Repalma Rosemarie Thompson — Office Administration David Kenneth Tucker — Physical Education Perry Don Ware — Biology Rory Todd Webb — Church Music June Sistrunk Wetzel — Special Education Early Childhood Education Michael C Wilkerson — Music Daniel Melvin Wilkinson — Music Education Edward Wendell Williams, Jr. — Business Administration Irene Hucks Williams — Physician Assistant Sonia Henrietta Williams — Behavioral Science 135 Administration Administration William J. Strickland. B.A., M.Div., Ph.D. George W. Privett, B.A., M.Div., S.T.M., D.Min. Dean of the College Dean of Student Services Edmond P. Nash, A.B., M.Div., D.Min. P ' eais Hampton Executive Assistant to the President for Church Director of Development and Church Relations Relations Development The Board Of Trustees Officers Dr. Homer J. Adams, President, Ex. Officio Dr. J.V. Morsch, Ctiairman Rev. D. Moody Gunter, Vice Chairman Dr. J.T. Gassett, Secretary Mr. Ralph W. Marlowe, Treasurer Mr. Odie L. Page, Memberat-Large Dr. Edmund P. Nash, Memberat-Large Dr. Robert H. Spear, Memberat-Large Alabama District Dr. W. Charles Oliver Mr. Ralph W. Marlowe Dr. John R. Dunn Rev. R. Phillip Sessions E. Tennessee District Rev. Doyle C. Smith Dr. Don M. Moore Rev. Lynn Casseday Central Florida District Dr. J.V. Morsch Rev. Nathan Price Mr. William L. Elkins Mr. Joel E. Love Georgia District Dr. Harold D. Latham Mr. Bibb B. Henderson Mr. W. Howard Marks Rev. Myron G. Wise Kentucky District Rev. Aleck G. Olmet Mr. Jim Miller Rev. Oliver C. Huff Dr. Howard J. Lowrey Mississippi District Rev. J.W. Lancaster Mr. Frank W. Cowart Rev. G. Halbert Jenkins North Carolina District Rev. Oval L. Stone Mr. Odie L. Page Rev. Robert J. Andress North Florida District Dr. Jonathan T. Gassett Mr. Jim H. Herndon Rev. Barney S. Baggott South Carolina District Rev. D. Moody Gunter Mr. J.B. Hucks, Sr. Rev. G.W. Harrell, Jr. South Florida District Dr. Robert H. Spear Mr. Allan R. Underwood Dr. Neil B. Wiseman Tennessee District Rev. W. Talmadge Johnson Dr. Robert A. Hardin Dr. Edmond P. Nash Mr. Joseph E. Adkisson Lay Members Rev. Lowell T. Clyburn Mr. Edward H. Whittington Administration Phyllis Flannery, B.A., M.A. Assistant Academic Dean Wayne Gallup, B.S., M.A. Assistant Dean of Student Services Administration Howard T. Wall, Jr.. B.A., M.Div. G. Lewis Pennington, Th.B., B.A., M.A., Ed.D. Director of Admissions and Public Relations Director of Teacher Workshops and Special Programs Claude Diehl, B.A. Director of Corporate Support Gary K. Wallace, B.A., M.Ed. Assistant Director of Admissions Administration Merritt L. White, B.A. Paul E. Sipes, B.A., C.P.A. Chief Fiscal Officer Supervisor of Accounting Services Everett Holmes, B.S., M.S. Director of Student Financial Aid Richard E. Egnor, B.A., M.A. Title ill Coordinator Administration 145 Allied Health Orpha M. Speicher, B.A., M.D. Lois E. Wolfgang, B.S.N., M.H.S. Professor of Allied Health Director of Medical Assistant Program Paul D. Brown, B.S, Instructor of Allied Health Deborah S. Wilson, B.S. Instructor in Allied Health Business Administration Gerald D. Skinner, B.S., M.S., C.P.A. Wilma D. Johnson, B.S., M.A.T. Professor of Accounting and Department Head Assistant Professor of Business Administration Corlis A. McGee, B.S., M.B.A. Assistant Professor of Business Morris H. Stocks, B.S., C.P.A. Assistant Professor of Business Communications James G. Quiggins, B.A., M.S., Ph.D. James A. Knear, B.A., M.A. Professor of Communications and Department Assistant Professor of Speech Head Robbie IN. Little, B.A. Instructor in Drama David F. Deese, B.A. Instructor in Broadcasting Education i I i I i Thomas R. Rosebrough, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Ralph G. Leverett. B.S., M.A., M.S., Ph.D. Professor of Education and Department Head Associate Professor of Special Education Carole A. Costa, B.A., M.A. Susan Johnson-Miller, B.S. Associate Professor of Education Instructor in Education 149 ' f - ' ■•■ « ' :w English I 152 History Arthur W. Williams, B.A., B.D., M.A.T., D.A. Professor of History Robert Cornett, B.A., M A. Instructor in Political Science 154 Library Science J.J. Wheelbarger, B.A., M.Ed., Ed.D., M.L.S., E. Ray Thrasher, B.A.. M.L.S. Ph.D. Associate Professor of Library Science Director of Learning Resources Priscilla F. Speer, B.A., M.L.S. Assistant Professor of Library Science Carl W. Eby, B.A.. M.A. Assistant Professor Photography Mathematics Clifton M. Taylor. B.S., M.S. Professor of Mathematics Larry D. Buess, B.A., M.A.T., M.S. Associate Professor of Mathiematics Music Fred A. Mund, B.S., M.S. Barbara L. McClain, B.A., B.Mus., M.Mus. Professor of Music and Department Head Professor of Music 158 Physical Education L. Alan Smith, B.A., M.A. Elliot O. Johnson, B.A., M.A. Associate Professor of P.E. and Department Head Assistant Professor of Physical Education Carolyn C. Smith, B.A., M.A. Assistant Professor of Physical Education Frank L. Wilson, B.S., M.S. Assistant Professor of Physical Education Psychology James R. Caldwell, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Psychology Randy L. Carden, B.S., M.A. Instructor of Psychology Religion And Hal A. Cauthron, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of New Testament Language Literature Don W. Dunnington, B.A., M.Div., D.Min. Chaplain, Associate Professor of Preaching Pastoral Ministry 162 Philosophy Craig S. Keen. B.S., M.A., M.Div. Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Religion Natural Science i : I __ John W. Dix, B.A., M A. Professor of Biology and Department Head Gerald A. Nyssen, B.A., Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry Ralph F. Ungar, B.A., M.T., M.S., Ph.D. Professor of Microbiology Social Science Joy P. Wells, B.S., M.A.T. Assistant Professor of Sociology Michael Malloy, B.S., M.R.E., M.S.S.W. Instructor in Social Welfare Friendship Clieers Like A Sunbeam, Refreshes Like A Breeze And Promises Joy . . . Like A Rainbow After Rain. Dana lAcCrory Friendship — just saying the word fills my heart with smiles, laughter, good thoughts and a thousand beautiful feelings. 167 Organizations Student Government Association Front Row: Rocky Jenkins, Bev Adams, Jolene Helmer, Celeste Thonnpson, Lori Morsch, Daryl Murray Second Row: Dr. John Chilton, Darrell Wright, Lloyd Brock, Edie Schultz, Jenny Fisher Third Row: Tom Felder, Paul David Frank, Jeff Brinkman, Don Ward Back Row: Ole Blomberg, Melvin Taylor, Keith Gray, Tim Foster, Cindy Holmes, David Caldwell Student Life Committee 173 Circle K Front Row: Thor Simensen, Keith Gray, Bill Elkins. Mike Clyburn, Randall Campbell, Phil Visser, Jeff Dollar, Rocky Jenkins, Eddie Qoode Second Row: Chuck Lovell. Don Garrison, Dale Cleckner, Jon Coleman, Todd Glass Third Row: Dean Bushnell, David Caldwell, Gary Marshall, Joey Storey, Steve Hoskins, Don Dryden, Mark Williams Back Row: Kenny Whitmire, Chuck Quinn, Todd Bowman, Paul Lawrence, Danny Ball Beta Gamma Chi 175 ma Society Kneeling: Caria Scott, Julie Pelton, Tammy Weaver, Cyrisse Bianco, Wendy Gillespie, Bev Adams, Tanya Butler Standing: Teresa Stinson, Teresa Hunt, Renee Herndon, Megan Spruill, Jeanie Ebel On Staircase: Jeanna Skinner, Stephanie Lawson, Deanna Allen, Sharon Gibson, Wendy Witbeck, Cheryl Thompson, Vicky Hall, Laura Sweet, Teresa Bailey, Laurie McCollum, Debbie Mann Civinettes Ambassadors ■ilf ' ifiiiitiiii ' 1 1 " •firirilnrr r-nifi ' r- lili i t Front Row: John Grote, Phil Ketcham, Mark Anglin, Rob Eicholtz, Mark Gricewich, Warren Williams, Barry Reid, Richard Driggers, Greg Kenerly Second Row: Phil Smith, Phillip McMurrin, Larry Mathis, Jeff Bambling, Eddie Marcum, Paul Frank, Scott Adkins, Nathan Baker, Ole Blomberg Back Row: Eric Miller, Todd Glass, Rick Bartlett, Tim Rose, Danny Ball, Melvin Taylor, Kent Buess, Ed Savage, Ken Stegall, Keven Carnes Concert Choir Front Row: Joyce Jones, Susan Marley, Julie Pel- ton, Elaine Jones, Kellie Sargent Second Row: Deanna Allen, Jill Fullerton, Carrie Bradshaw, Lisa McCollum, Bev Daffin, Melinda la- bors, Melissa Nabors, Amy Joyner, Dawn Douglas, Denise Ritter Third Row: Don Garrison, Donnie Davis, Karen Ragsdale, Donna Henderson, Danny Bunnelle, Ran- dy Lewis, Beth Patrick, Barbara Andrews, Debbie Whitmire, Trish Becknell, Cindi Holmes, Terry Wil- liams Fourth Row: Dan Wilkinson, Tim Blanton, Steve Davis, Joel Smith, Scott Adkins, Allen Ward, Jeff Johnson, Russell Isabell, David Hoover, Greg Lov- ell, Paul Jones, Tony Pangle Back Row: Brad Guthrie, Ronnie Simons, Marc Hodge, Mark Williamson, Pedro Vazquez, Brad Jones, Mike Clyburn, George Gill, Alan Foster, Bri- an Blankenship, Jeff Alford, Todd Webb 179 Treble Tones At Piano: Cindi Melton, Martha Dale Front Row: Ruth Graves, Monica Scott, Faith Wiederholt, Keron Garner, Shelley Archer, Sharon Baily, Judy Blowers, Angel INelson Second Row: Kathy Fondern, Angela Mills, Cynthia Thomas, Tonja Mulder, Beth Patrick, Nora Taylor, Kay Hatcher, Robin Boone, Barb Tharp, Kala Whitaker, Debbie Otis Back Row: Victoria Davis, Sharon Lee, Marcia Hunter, Wendy Gillespie, Chris Baer, Rhonda Marsh, Renita Thompson, Dorcus Smith, Jan Jared, Kaye Lin, Tonya Charlton, La-Tan Roland, Karla Davis Concert Band Director: Mr. Stephen Farnsley Members: Rodney Scott Adkins, Scott D. Adkins, Jeff Alford, Chris Baer, Becky Baker, Trish Becknell, Kim Brock, Danny Bunnelie, Chuck Campbell, Mike Campbell, Michael Clark, Michael Clyburn, Steve DeRidder, David Doolittle, Dawn Douglas, Wayne Eby, Bill Elkins, Tom Felder, Sonya Frye, Jerry Gardner, George Gill, Kay Hatcher, Susie Hewitt, Steve Hoskins, Nathan Hyde, Russ Isabell, Jan Jared, Paul Jones, Amy Joyner, Urrell Kennerly, Phil Ketcham, Starlet Knight, Tim Landers, Alan Lenderman, Dee Metcalf, Gregory Milby, Angel Nelson, Benita Roberts, Dwight Roysdon, Ed Savage, Angela Smith, Joe! Smith, Dana Snider, Cathy Stewart, Hendrik Sumter, Barb Tharp, Ellen Toney, Don Ward, R. Todd Webb, Tim Wesley, Kala Whitaker, Mike Wilkerson, Dan Wilkinson, Warren Williams, Pam Youngblood Direction Left to right: Danny Bunnelle, Todd Wiseman, April Gentry, Dawn Douglas Promise Admission Counselors Front Row: Garry Marshall, Bill Elkins Back Row: Warren Cranford, Rondy McBrayer, Rodney Neighbors Honor Society Front Row: Vicki Jenkins, Julie Smith, Deanna Allen, Beverly Clark, Teresa Sulser, Monica Scott, Cathy Lewis Second Row: Rhonda Blanton, Bev Adams, Repalma Thompson, Sarah Landis, Phil Visser, Cindi Melton, Jan Rutledge, Chris Baer Third Row: Brenda Steen, Rondy McBrayer, Lori Land, Kelli Bowman, Kaye Lin, Mike Berger, Don Ward, Jeff Brinkman Fourth Row: Kent Hughes, Mrs. Flannery, Melinda Copeman, Joe Pate, David McDaniel, Chuck Quinn, Marc Hodge, Todd Webb, Rod Haviland Back Row: Mike Patterson, Tim Foster, Jeanna Skinner, Todd Glass, David Hunt Phi Beta Lambda Front Row: Corlis McGee, Sponsor Second Row: Sherri Long, Lynn Smith, Twana Knis- ley, Tammy Tanner, Repalma Thompson Third Row: Sarah Landis, Gena Johnson, Cynthia Ire- land, Jeanna Skinner, Warren Williams, David Cald- well Fourth Row: Mark Gricewich, Bill Sharpe, Terry Wil- liams, David Daily Fifth Row: Gregg Smith, Mark Williams, Keith Le- grand, Ward Williams, Darryl Wood, Ken Stegall fiac f Row: Ed Savage, Sammy Jones, David Masen- cup, Paul Frank, Melvin Taylor, J.C. Miller, Joey Mur- phy Forensics Front Row: Karen Ragsdale, Robbie Little, Becky Clem, Debbie Moore Back Row: Amy Joyner, Paul Jones, Pedro Vazquez Janusians Front Row: Debbie Patrick, Rebecca Layman, Karen Ragsdale Second Row: Cineryl Ringiiam, Dink Nolen, Philip Craig, Beth Patrick Back Row: Andral Johnson, Robbie Little, Tim Haynes, Wayne Sharpe, Amy Joyner, Paul Jones WNAZ Staff Front Row: Wayne Sharpe, Andy Napier, Tom- nny Mims, David Queen Second Row: Melva Ferrell, David Deese, Steph- anie Holland, Chanel Trahan Third Row: Greg Ruff, Mark Michael, Les White, Brad Card, Mike Clark Back Row: Reed Mosgrove, Billie Goodson, Grell Kenerly 89-FM OUR MUSIC SAYS IT ALL Veterans Club Left to right: David Maynard, Alan Jedd, J.C. Miller, Tom Rucci, Tim Blanton Physician Assistant Student Society Front Row: Chris Kaplan, Diane Spaur, Mohamad Zibari President Chris Kaplan Second Row: Roxeanna McGuire, Donald Bookless, Alan Jedd, Linda Bacon, Vice-President Roxeanna McGuire Kathi Riley, Woo Sun Yu, Mary Lee Cudd, Ken Cetin, Kevin Mounce, Terry frZlZer Diane plu " Walton, Brian Haught, Caryl Kennedy, Alan Corbin, Lori Dumas Chaplain Lori Dumas Top Row: Dean Beach Senior P. A. Students — not pictured: Stephen Blair, Bill Dawson, Melody Dunn, Rex Evans, Joyce Eyier, Pam Friddell, Rachel Gill, Bobby Holder, Polly Kramer, David Lennon, Rus- sell Marquardt, Sherri Mathews, Sherri Sartin, Jack Setters 192 Strong Willingness To Serve ' ' T.I.A. Council Left to right: Karen Green, Sherri Saunders, Celeste Thompson, Steve Bargatze, Phil Visser, Dave Blowers, Lisa White, Chris McKenzie, Bill Sharpe, Laura Sweet, Todd Bowman, Rondy McBrayer, Steve Hoskins, Jon Coleman, Coach Alan Smith A friend is there before you know it to lend a hand before you ask it and give you love just when you need it most. — Kirsten Craig 195 Assistant Coach Steve Harris and Head Coach Frank Wilson Front Row: Mike Vollman, Trainer, Brad Frisbey, William Alexander, Melvin Taylor, Jeff Rippy, Darrell Caldwell, Bob Simmons Back Row: Frank Wilson, Head Coach. Mark Williams, Llwayne Jones, James Baker, Scott Stivers, Reggie Suddeth, Tim Bell, Steve Harris, Assistant Coach 199 200 203 Baseball Front row: Jroy Haydel, Kevin Brennen, Tim Knight, Barry Hartley, Mickey Hale, Richey Roberts Middle row: Ken Stegall, Marty Wood, Mike Mclntyre, Michael Lynch, Seth Richmond, Chuck Higgins, Jeff Heash, Mike Vollman Back row: Kenny Hamilton, Gary Cunning, Jeff Waterbury, John Curd, Tim Bell, Bubba Angel, Dick Biankenship, Alan Thomas, Coach Elliott Johnson 204 The Trojan baseball team finished with a 25- 10-3 record and another position in the NAIA District 24 playoffs. The Trojans were eventually elimi- nated from the playoffs by Union University. Season highlights for the Trevecca baseball team included a second place finish in the con- ference, setting seven team and individual re- cords, and a 13game winning streak with wins over Vanderbilt University and David Lipscomb College. I I i I 207 The men ' s tennis teann completed another outstanding season finishing a 17-3 overall (including a 17 game winning streak), 12 0 in the conference tournament, and ninth in the national tournament, in the national tourna- ment, Dick Johansson finished in the top 8 of 216 players while Midas Wejshag finished in the top 16. Overall, the team finished ninth in the national tournament. Dick Johansson was named to the first team All-American squad for the second year in a row. Niclas Wejshag was named Honorable Mention All-American. 213 Women ' s Tennis 216 Women ' s Volleyball Bottom row: Faith Holmes, Michelle DuFresne, Tammy Roberts, Tynna Charlton, Jan Taylor Middle row: Brenda Steen, Debbie Moore, Anne McLeay, Mary Anne Schilling Top row: Asst. Coach Kim Wonders, Coach Carol Ernest 220 221 Cheerleaders 223 224 225 Alpha Society Basketball A League Front row: John Putnam, David Marsh, David Stultz Back row: Bobby Smith, Kenny Whitmire B League Frorjt row: Richard Driggers, Kevin Brown Back row: Todd Bowman, Tim Blanton, Jimmy Mason 230 Beta Society Basketball 232 Delta Society Basketball A League Front row: David Price, Brian White, Keith Gray Back row: David Caldwell, Eddie Marcum, Everett Meeks 234 i Front row: Jay Winkle, Robin Starr, Tim Foster Back row: Todd Glass, Steve Bargatze, Steve Hoskins 235 Gamma Society Basketball B League Front row: Les White, Jimmy Whitmire, Greg Lovell Back row: Pete Hinerman, Danny Ball. Bob Simons 236 237 T.I. A. Football Alpha Team Front row: David Hunt. Jeff Whitacre. Danny Parmer, Todd Bowman, John Cleary, Jonathan Edwards, Michael Cook, Richard Driggers, Joey Murphy Back row: Kevin Kidd, Randy Parmer, Kevin Westbrook, Bobby Smith, Tim Lee, Tim Blanton, Kevin VanHerpen, Bill Cooper, Darrell Smith, Jackie Conners, Dennis Goodman Beta Team Front -oiv Ole Blomberg, David Taft, Marty Wood, Bob Pritchett, Greg Clyburn Middle row: Dean Bushnell, Randy McDougull, Jeff Bambling, Andral Johnson Back row Glenn Argabright, Kerry Roberts, Daryi Murray, Bill Sharpe, Brian White 240 244 245 247 Gentle times, sentimental times, caring times, sharing times — These are the things that friendship is made of. — Amy Cassidy 248 249 Friendship is a l ind of love . . a love ttiat ctieers like firelight in midwinter . . . a love that stirs the memory like a familiar melody. There is magic in its simplicity . . . it has no more motive than a flower . . . for friendship is its own reason for being. — Melissa Wood sen Chase We Gratefully Acknowledge The Following Advertisers: Central Church of the fSazarene, Orlando, FL Central Florida District Church of the Nazarene Christian Counseling Services College Hill Church of the Piazarene, Nashville, 7 Y Dodge Cleaners Dynamic Media, Inc. Executive Inn First Church of the Piazarene, Ft. Myers, FL First Church of the Piazarene, Huntsville, AL First Church of the Piazarene, Nashville, TN Grace Church of the Nazarene, Memphis, TN Grace Church of the Nazarene, Nashville, TN Hikes Point Church of the Nazarene, Louisville, KY Kentucky District Church of the Nazarene Lakeworth, FL Church of the Nazarene Mississippi District Church of the Nazarene Nazarene Publishing House North Florida District Church of the Nazarene Portland, TN Church of the Nazarene Sebring Church of the Nazarene South Carolina District Church of the Nazarene Tennessee District Church of the Nazarene TNC Bookstore TNC Student Government Association WNAZ-FM Radio student Government Association Darrell Wright, President | Rocky Jenkins, Executive Vice President ll Beverly Adams, Secretary Melvin Taylor, Treasurer , Keith Gray, Attorney General David Caldwell, Vice President of Social Activities Lloyd Brock, Vice President of Religious Life | Celeste Thompson, TIA President Jeff Brinkman, DARDA Editor Tom Felder, Trev-Echoes Editor Senior Representatives Don Ward Jenny Fisher Cindy Holmes Junior Representatives Ole Blonnberg Jon Coleman Lori Morsch Sophomore Representatives i I Tim Foster Paul David Frank Daryi Murray Freshman Representatives: Tim Staggs Jolene Helmer Edie Schultz College Hill Church of the Nazarene •256 Welcome To The Joy FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 510 Woodland Street Mashville, Tennessee 37206 (615) 255-1289 Millard Reed Senior Pastor 228-3485 Jordan Conger Minister of Music 832-0300 Doug Runyan Minister to Young Adults 868-2757 248-1688 89-FM OUR MUSIC SA YS IT ALL WNAZ-FM Serving the campus of Trevecca Nazarene College and the city of Nashville with fine Christian music! David Deese, Director 259 hp " CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Supporting Trevecca Our Student — Deanna Allen Pastor — L.O. Morgan And Christian Education Louisville, Kentucky Music City ' s Rising Star! 300 Rooms • 3 l oois • Two Restaurants Lx)unge • Meeting Banquet Rooms • Gift Shop • Airport Courtesy Van • Minutes from Opryland Downtown Junaion 1-24 1-40 . . . where everyone ' s important TOLL FREE ! 800 251-5964 Commission Paid Promptly On Individual Reservations. Murfrccsboro Road at Spcncc Lane Nashville. TN 372n 615 367-1234 EXECUTIVE 260 Keeps Your Clothes Piew ' Bring Your Trevecca ID And Receive a 20% Discount On Dry Cleaning. • 210 21st Avenue horth Across from Baptist Hospital • 2116 21st Avenue South Across from Freidman ' s • 890 Murfreesboro Road FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Fort Myers, Florida Congratulations Class Of ' 83 D. Paul Ray — Pastor A Fannily Church Sharing Christ With Others T 800 East Clinton Avenue HunfsuillE, Alabama 35801 Reaching in Love . . . He Cares — We Care Rev. R.E. Brown — Pastor 262 GRACE CHGRCH OF THE NAZARENE 5151 Winchester Road Memphis, TN 38118 OGR STGDENTS Brad Frisbey Janet Poe Ed Blain Ron Simons F. Don Dunlap Pastor Formerly PARK AVENUE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE NORTH FLORIDA DISTRICT CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE r MISSISSIPPI Supports TfiC Counties Which Have A Church Of The Nazarene J.W. " Bill " Lancaster District Superintendent TREVECCA We Send You Our Love tic SOPHOMORES Debbie High Carl Sparks Melanie Walker FRESHMEN Patrick Biddle Vanessa McReynolds Benita Roberts PORTLAMD CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Portland, Tennessee Rev. C.H. Sparks — Pastor LAKE WORTH, FLORIDA Our " Bit Of Sunshine " At T.N.C. Paul Bickes Debbie Otis Kaye Linn Bob Hasselbring Pastor Christine Elsaieh David Linn Associate 1268 Your Source for the Words of Life NAZARENE PUBLISHING HOUSE Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City Lillenas Publishing Company Nazarene Publishing House, Box 527, Kansas City, MO 64141 j i P Christian Counseling II I II Services under the Auspices of the Church of the Nazarene in Tennessee ' J Serving... Trevecca, the Church of the Nazarene, and the greater Christian community through • Individual, family and group counteling • adopllont • loiter care • maternity »ervlce» • tper.lal education • workthopt and temlnars Michael Malloy, ACSW Executive Director Nomian R. Henry, Ph D Director ol Clinical Services Rebecca Morsch. MSSW Social Worker Rebecca Huddleston. B S Teactier Counselon: Judith Kohler. M S Psychological Examiner Nomian Jones. M Ed. Kathryn Edwards. M A Psychological Examiner LucI Freed, M A. 254-8341 515 Woodland Street P.O. Box 60383 Nashville, TN 37206 across from First Nazarene SEBRING CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Serving God . . . Supporting Trevecca v., a CELEBRATING OUR S i, HOLINESS ?i HERITAGE Rev. J.D. Benson — Pastor OH!KELIIUCKY A Special Group Of People Appreciates A Special College KENTUCKY DISTRICT DISTRICT OFFICERS Chairman, Board of Christian Life — Ray Gibson N.W.M.S. President — Mrs. Aleck Clmet N.Y.I. President — Lawrence Golden Advisory Board Rev. Marvin Appleby Dr. Robert Allen Rev. Coolidge Grant Mark Greathouse Rev. David McCracken Richard Thompson Rev. Aleck Ulmet District Superintendent Kentucky District Celebrates Its 75th Anniversary 1908-1983 273 Congratulations To The Class Of ' 83 You Have Our Support And Our Prayers! Rev. John R. Andrus First Church is also proud of two of its young people who are Trevecca Students. They are: Leah Browning Charles R. " Chuck " Quinn When vacationing in Chattanooga, the scenic center of the South, plan to visit our services. Sunday School . . 9 45 AM Morning Worship 1 1:00 AM Youth Services . 5:00 PM Evening Service 6:00 PM Wednesday Prayer Service 7:30 PM FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Main and Willow Streets Rev. John R. Andrus, pastor COLOPHON Printer: Josten ' s American Yearbook Company 1312 Dickson Highway Clarksville, Tennessee Specifications: 800 copies 280 pages divided into three sections and then subdivided into a total of eleven sections. Paper: All pages in 80 pound Dull. Copy: Body copy is Korinna 21, 10 point set solid. Captions copy is Korinna 8 point set solid. Headlines: Division page headlines features the decorative Lydian Cursive 25 in 60 point type size. The remainder of the headlines are set in 30 point Korinna regular. Color: Pages 1-16 and 65-80 Cover: Tru-Life style with litho application on white material color. Cover is designed by the editor and Dynamic Media, Mashville, Tennessee. Endsheets: Front and back using Yellow 290 with printing on both. Sewn: Smyth sewn. 278 ■X. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS My sincere thanks and appreciation goes to the following people Mrs. Joy Wells Mr. Carl Sparks Mr. Scott Wiseman Mr. Carl Eby and Staff Mr. Harold McGehee udlow Photographers Sue Buchanan and John Davis of Dynamic Media Miss Brenda Clark Thank you for your devotionipkl advise in helping me see this project to its com pletion. You are to be commended for an excellent job well done! 279 It is with some sadness that I finally take pen into hand and write the final page that will end the 1983 edition of the DARDA. This final page is probably the hardest I have had to write since it is supposed to contain great words of wis- dom that will, supposedly, be musedl over by future editors. As far as the words of wisdom go, I will leave that to the sages and philosophers. In your hands you hold a book filled with memories of the school year past. The pictures and words on these few pages are made meaningful by the par- ticular memories held by each. Because we are all separate and distinct indivi- duals " , our memories are each unique; yet, they are similar because of the many experiences we have shared to- gether. Looking back, we can recapture the magic of a moment past ... a re- freshing laugh, a thoughtful moment, silly times and sad times, rain and dark depressions, sunshine and high spirits ... all these and more; such memories are precious to each of us. In keeping with the theme of this book, I do not hesitate to quote Thomas Jeffer- son in saying that " the happiest mo- ments of my life have been in the flow of affection among friends. " Acquaint ances come and go and occasionally friends part when lives grow in different directions, but true friendship will last a lifetime. I wish to close with a big " thank you " to you for allowing me the pleasure of pro ducing the 1983 DARDA. This has been a year of growing in each of our lives. In reviewing the events of this year, we think back on what we have accom- plished and where we have been. Mow we must evaluate ourselves and our lives and look to the years ahead. sin- cerely wish God ' s very best for each of you in the days to come. Sincerely yours, id. Jeff Brinkman, Editor
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