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Shamel Abd-Allah 

Guy Abderholden 

Lisa Abrams 

Lisa Adams 

Julie Alexander 

Caroline Altergott 

Katherine Schmitt Andersen 

Voula Asimacopoulos 

Marilyn Augustyn 

Daniel Bausch 

Anita Beck 

Eric Benson 

Scott Berry 

James Bresch 

Kevin Bright 

Tamis Coady Bright 

Sheron Brown 

Joel Carpenter 

Susan Chiu 

Paul Chomiak 



Joanna Choo 
Joseph Clark 
Julie Currie 
Kishore Dass 
John DeGuide 
Thomas Discher 
Donna Dobrowolsky 
Nancy Dolan 
Claire Ebert 
Alaa Elbendary 
Amy Rillo Ellingson 
Mark Evans 
Janet Everhard 
Raymond Facco 
Linda Farkas 
Steven Friedland 
Stephen Ganshirt 
Mark Gerber 
David Giannetto 
Julia Gold 



David Grganto 
Norman Grossl 
Robert Hanowell 
Dana Howd 
Christopher Hurley 
Steven Ikenberry 
John Jacobs 
Paul Jagielo 
Susan Jason 
Donna Pulido Jones 
Peter Kaiser 
Peter Kakavas 
Marcy Kamen 
Bruce Kaplan 
John Kefalas 
Kevin King 
Judith Padavic Knox 
Todd Knox 
Joseph Kokoszka 
John Korpics 












Karen Korzick 
Martha Kutashy 
Anna Lai 
Robert LaPorte 
Michael Larry 
Robert Lazatin 
John Lee 
Fah Che Leong 
Vincent Lombardi 
James Loo 
Janet Lopez 
Kevin Madigan 
Michael Maguire 
Carolyn March 
Amanda McSweeney 
Francis Milligan 
Roberta Muldoon 
Peter Napolitano 
Jeffery Norris 
Timothy O'Leary 



Sarah Olenick 
Thomas On 
Thomas Pannke 
Richard Park 
Paul Perona 
Michael Plainse 
Michael Rich 
Malcolm Roberts 
Ruby Roy 
Jeffrey Rumbyrt 
Steven Seagren 
Sharon Seguin 
Michael Severino 
Stacey Sheehan 
Jodi Shields 
Robert Sibilia 
Sherrone Simon 
Linas Smulkstys 
John Stein 
Susan Steinam 



Ronald Stella 
Kevin Stone 
Margaret Sullivan 
James Sylora 
Ronald Szyjkowski 
Zuhair Thalji 
John Tighe 
Edward Tong 
Matthew Troy 
Richard Van Dyken 
Deborah Villa 
Daniel Wallace 
Teresa Weil 
Renee Werner 
Cory Wilson 
Carlson Wong 
Gail Wong 
Cynthia Zane 
Jomarie Zeleznick 





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BURKE PAVILION 





The Class of 1989 dedicates Caduceus to: 



Michael J. Lambesis 



Assistant Dean of Students 



whose commitment to the students has made our 
time at Loyola more enjoyable. 

After receiving a Bachelor's degree in Philosophy and a Master's in Education 
at Loyola, Mike began his career as Student Activities Advisor and Manager of 
night time and weekend activities at the Lakeshore Campus. In 1979 he was 
promoted to Assistant Dean of Students at the Medical Center. Over the years 
he has spent many hours as a student advocate and event coordinator. We 
acknowledge and applaud his enthusiasm and hard work. 

THANKS AGAIN MIKE!!! 



A HISTORY OF LOYOLA 



Loyola University of Chicago, one of 28 Jesuit col- 
leges and universities in the U.S., was founded in 
1870. Originally located on Chicago's west side, the 
University moved in 1909 to its present location, the 
Lake Shore Campus. 

Loyola's involvement with medical education only 
began during the early part of the 20th century. Rec- 
ognizing at that time the need for a strong Catholic 
medical school under university auspices, Loyola 
adopted a plan of gradual evolution through affili- 
ation and absorption of a few of the leading indepen- 
dent medical schools of the day. Thus in 1909, the 
Illinois Medical College was affiliated with Loyola 
University, followed in 1910 by the Bennett and Re- 
liance Medical Colleges. In 1915 this loose organiza- 
tion was formally brought under the control of the 
university trustees as the Loyola University School 
of Medicine. 




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During the 1940's Loyola's efforts to improve its medical 
school facilities were limited by a lack of funds until Samuel 
Cardinal Stritch lent his name to an annual fund raising 
dinner that has become the main source of continuous finan- 
cial support for the medical school. The Cardinal was com- 
mitted to the idea of a Catholic medical center to serve the 



Loyola's medical school found its first 
permanent home in 1917 when the Uni- 
versity purchased the old Chicago Col- 
lege of Medicine and Surgery building 
on South Walcott Avenue, across the 
street from the Cook County Hospital. 
For the next 50 years the basic science 
courses were taught here, while clinical 
training took place at a variety of Chi- 
cago hospitals, including Cook County. 
The Loyola University School of Medi- 
cine was originally accredited by the 
Council of Medical Education and Hos- 
pitals of the American Medical Associ- 
ation in 1920 and has been a member of 
the Association of American Medical 
Colleges since 1921. 



people of Chicago, and with his encouragement Loyola began 
planning the consturction of a new medical school building. 
So important was the Cardinal's contribution to Loyola, that 
in 1948 the medical school was named the Stritch School of 
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The University considered sites on the south side of 
Chicago and in the northern suburb of Skokie before 
deciding to locate the new medical school adjacent to 
the Hines Veterans Administration Hospital in 
Maywood. The 60 acres available provided sufficient 
land not only for a medical school but for a complete 
medical center to serve the growing population in the 
western suburbs of Chicago. Construction began in 
1965. The new medical school was occupied in Janu- 
ary, 1969. To honor a generous benefactor, the teach- 
ing hospital was named the Foster G. McGaw Hospi- 
tal of Loyola University in 1972. The opening of the 
medical center marked a new beginning for medical 
education at Loyola. Teaching, patient care and re- 
search would now take place in a medical school 
facility combined with a permanent university hos- 
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The original planners expected a west side medical 
center to be well utilized but they could not antici- 
pate the rapid increase in the demand for patient 
services that took place in the years after the Loyola 
University Medical Center opened. Within a decade, 
it was evident the facilities would have to be enlarged 
and in the 1980's the University embarked on a pro- 
gram of building construction and remodeling at the 
Medical Center. In 1981 the Mulcahy Outpatient 
Center opened. In 1983 one of the Veterans Adminis- 
tration buildings acquired by the Medical Center was 
remodeled to provide office space for clinical depart- 
ments and the new Medical Humanities Program. In 
1986 the new nine-story, Russo Surgical Pavilion, 
was added to the hospital, thus providing even more 
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Also in 1986 the Medical Center was designated a Level I 
Trauma Center for the state of Illinois. Then in 1988 the 
Loyola Lifestar Helicopter emergency medical system was 
made operational. And today construction is already under- 
way for a new Cardiac Intensive Care Unit. Plans are also on 
the drawing board at this time for a new Emergency Room, 



and Hospital Administration Building. As for the future, 
Loyola University Medical Center will continue to grow in 
order to better serve the people of Chicago with the finest 
medical care available, just as Samuel Cardinal Stritch envi- 
sioned. 




A D MINIS TRATION 




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Raymond Baumhart, SJ 
President 





Richard A. Matre, PhD 
Provost 




Anthony L. Barbato, MD 
Dean 



Ralph P. Leischner, MD 
Senior Associate Dean 



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Leonard L. Vertuno, MD 
Chief of Staff 




Michael L. Rainey, PhD 
Associate Dean of Student Affairs 




John M. Fahey, SJ 
Campus Ministry 




Teresa J. Wronski 
Assistant Dean 





James E. Whitehead, MS & Michael Lambesis, MEd 
Dean of Students & Assistant Dean of Students 



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Helene Orloff 
Registrar 



Linda K. Gunzburger, PhD 
Associate Dean 



Daniel A. Burr, PhD 
Assistant Dean 



FACULTY 






John Clancy, Jr, MD 
Anatomy 



Tadi Konda L. K. Rao, MD 
Anesthesiology 



Richard M. Schultz, PhD 
Biochemistry 






Walter S. Wood, MD 
Community & Family Medicine 



John A. Robinson, MD 
Clinical Research 



Patrick J. Scanlon, MD 
Cardiology 



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Dermatology 



Robert Sulo, MD 
Emergency Medicine 



Jack Pickleman, MD 
General Surgery 






Mary C. Tobin, MD 
Immunology 



Paul O'Keefe, MD 
Infectious Disease 



Rolf M. Gunnar, MD 
Medicine 






Marion H. Brooks, MD 
Medicine 



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John R. Tobin, MD 
Ex-Dean 



David C. Thomasma, PhD 
Medical Humanities 





Tadayo Hashimoto, MD, PhD 
Microbiology 




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Gastone G. Celesia, MD 
Neurology 





0. Howard Reichman, MD 

Neurosurgery 




John H. Isaacs, MD 
Obstetrics & Gynecology 



James E. McDonald, MD 
Ophthalmology 



Sidney J. Blair, MD 
Orthopaedic Surgery 






Gregory J. Matz, MD 
Otolaryngology 



Chester Herman, MD, PhD 
Pathology 



R. Morrison Hurley, MD 
Pediatrics 



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Israel Hanin, PhD 
Pharmacology 



James P. Filkins, PhD 
Physiology 



Robert A. DeVito, MD 
Psychiatry 






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Patrick J. Fahey, MD 
Pulmonary Medicine 



Rogelio Moncada, MD 
Radiology 



James Marks, MD 
Radiotherapy 






Robert J. Freeark, MD 
Surgery 



Roque Pifarre, MD 
Thoracic and CV Surgery 



Robert C. Flanigan, MD 
Urology 



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SENIOR 
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Lisa Ann Adams 






Julie L. Alexander 



Caroline L. Altergott 



Voula Asimacopoulos 



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Marilyn C. Augustyn 



Daniel G. Bausch 



Anita Marie Beck 






Eric P. Benson 



Scott M. Berry 



James R. Bresch 






Kevin E. Bright 



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Tamis Coady Bright 



Sheron Belinda Brown 




Joel P. Carpenter 







Susan S. Chiu 



Paul N. Chomiak 



Joanna Choo 






Joseph I. Clark 



Julie A. Currie 



Kishore K. Dass 



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John J. DeGuide 



Thomas J. Discher 



Donna C. Dobrowolsky 






Nancy C. Dolan 



Claire Wheeler Ebert 



Alaa A. Elbendary 






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Amy Rillo Ellingson 



Mark A. Evans 



Janet Schulz Everhard 






Raymond J. Facco 



Linda M. Farkas 



Steven H. Friedland 






Stephen W. Ganshirt 



Mark E. Gerber 



David D. Giannetto 




Julia S. Gold 







David M. Grganto 



Norman A. Grossl 



Robert G. Hanowell 






Dana J. Howd 



Christopher M. Hurley 



Steven O. Ikenberry 






John P. Jacobs 



38 



Paul J. Jagielo 



Susan M. Jason 





Donna Pulido Jones 






Peter C. Kaiser 



Peter W. Kakavas 



Marcy Lynn Kamen 






Bruce H. Kaplan 



John C. Kefalas 



Kevin M. King 



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Judith Padavic Knox 





Todd W. Knox 





John F. Korpics 



Karen A. Korzick 



Martha A. Kutashy 






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Anna L. Lai 



Robert M. LaPorte 



Michael G. Larry 






Robert P. Lazatin 



John S. Lee 



Fah Che Leong 






Vincent A. Lombardi 



James W. Loo 



Janet Anne Lopez 





S. Kevin Madigan 



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Michael F. Maguire 



Carolyn Ann March 



Amanda M. McSweeney 






Francis J. Milligan 



Roberta L. Muldoon 



Peter G. Napolitano 




Jeffrey P. Norris 




Timothy R. O'Leary 



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Sarah W. Olenick 






Thomas H. On 



Thomas S. Pannke 



Richard B. Park 






Paul G. Perona 



Michael A. Plainse 



Michael R. Rich 




Malcolm D. Roberts 






Ruby Roy 



Jeffrey S. Rumbyrt 




Katherine Schmitt Andersen 






Steven D. Seagren 



Sharon M. Foster Seguin 



Michael J. Severino 





Stacey Lou Sheehan 



Jodi Ann Jonson Shields 



44 




Robert V. Sibilia 






Sherrone D. Simon 



Linas A. Smulkstys 



John P. Stein 





Susan J. Steinam 






Ronald E. Stella 



Kevin T. Stone 



Margaret M. Sullivan 



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James A. Sylora 



Ronald D. Szyjkowski 



Zuhair A. Thalji 






John F. Tighe 



Edward long 



Matthew G. Troy 






Richard A. Van Dyken 



Deborah J. Villa 



Daniel G. Wallace 



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Teresa L. Weil 



S. Renee Werner 



Cory A. Wilson 




Carlson B. Wong 







Gail Anne Wong 



Cvnt.hia J. Zane 



Jomarie Zeleznik 



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HOW WE HAVE CHANGED 





MALE 


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TOTAL 


.NUMBER OF STUDENTS 
1 ON 7/29/85 


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.NUMBER OF STUDENTS 
ON 8/86 


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.NUMBER OF STUDENTS 
ON 8/88 

■ NUMBER OF STUDENTS 
MARRIED ON 7/29 

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DURING MEDICAL SCHOOL 

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Guy Abderholden 



Lisa Abrams 




To my family with love, 

Lisa 

Irv, Bruce, & Brittany 





Lisa Adams 



SOMEONE has to stamp out 

disease and save lives in 

HAWAII!! 

Call me if you're ever in 

THE ISLANDS . . . 



72 



Julie 
Alexander 




Teresa Weil 



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Caroline Alter gott 

My two best friends. 




Sane influences in a crazy world? 





Angie, is it you? 



The early years: 

Keeping California in order. 



And they are doctors? 





"Don't be 

dismayed at goodbyes, 

A farewell is necessary 

before you can meet 

again. 

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after moments or 

lifetimes is certain 

for these who 

are 

friends." 

- Rich Bach 








Mom, Dad and Olympia - 
Thank you for EVERYTHING! 



"Destiny is not a matter of chance, 
it is a matter of choice: 
It is not a thing to be waited for, 
it is a thing to be achieved." 
-William Jennings Bryan 

To all my friends, lab partners, 
and classmates: Good Luck 
and much Happiness! 







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Voula Asimacopoulos 



Female Doctors Are 
Happy Workers 

Myopia Linked To 
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Katherine Andersen 



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asked the mind. Caring 

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answered the soul — . 

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Anita Beck 



Me & My 
Shadows 




The young physician starts life with 20 drugs for each disease, and the old physician ends life with 
one drug for 20 diseases. 

- William Osier 



Some remedies are worse than the diseases. 



Pubilius Syrus 



There are no such things as incurables; there are only things for which man has not found a cure. 

- Bernard M. Baruch 

You never will be the person you can if pressure, tension, and discipline are taken out of your life. 

- James Bilkey 



Do not take life too seriously; you will never get out of it alive. 



Elbert Hubbard 



Medicine: The only profession that labors incessantly to destroy the reason for its own existence. 

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Extracurricular Activities: 
Keytones 

MSU Residency Committee 
Peer Counselor 
Soloist/Pianist at local Churches 

Future: 

Family Practice Residency 

in Jacksonville, Fl. 
Navy physician for 3 years 
Medical Missions in South America 



Life Goal: 

To serve the Lord - and to help others in any way I can. 
I Thessalonians 5:11-18 



Joel Carpenter 



She r on Brown 



Believe in yourself and in your dream 

though impossible things may seem. 

Someday, somehow you'll get through 

to the goal you have in view. 

Mountains fall and seas divide 

before the one who in his stride 

takes a hard road day by day, 

sweeping obstacles away. 

Believe in yourself and in your plan. 

Say not - I cannot - but, I can. 

The prizes of life we fail to win 

because we doubt the power within. 



- Author Unknown 



BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1989 



from Sheron Brown 





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What Susan can look forward to in Pediatrics. 



Susan Chiu 





Joseph Clark 



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Julie Currie 




Ki shore Dass 



John DeGuide 

Best Wishes Class 
of 89 






I am dedicating my graduation to the memory of my 
father, Victor J. DeGuide. His dreams & hard work 
made my dreams come true. I also want to thank all 
my friends & family, especially my mom, for all the 
love & support they have given me over these last 
four years. 






Thomas Discher 



84 



Donna 
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The rat race of medical school . . 



THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES! 



BEST OF LUCK 

to the 
CLASS OF 1989 



Thank God for Roomates!! 
Succeeding . . . 




Trying to get away from it 
all .... 



Nancy Dolan 



85 



Claire Ebert 




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All my love and thanks to Brian. 




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You have achieved much, 
but there is a great deal 
more ahead. In a productive 
life, learning never ceases. 
May we all continue to 
learn as we proceed into 
the future. 

- Howard R. Swearer - 

President of Brown University 

during my 

Undergraduate years 








_*_ ■ . . • ' — - 




There is no real separation between 
mind and body. Illness is always an 
interaction between both. It can be- 
gin in the mind and affect the body, 
or it can begin in the body and affect 
the mind. Attempts to treat most 
mental diseases as though they were 
completely free of physical causes 
and attempts to treat most bodily 
diseases as though the mind were in 
no way involved must be considered 
archaic. 

- Norman Cousins - 
Anatomy of an Illness 




I believe that children are 

our future. Teach them well, and 

let them lead the way. Show them 

all the beauty they possess 

inside. Give them a sense of 

pride. 

- Whitney Houston - 
"Greatest Love of All" 



Steven Friedland 



Stephen Ganshirt 



Yesterdays Future is Tomorrows' Past. 



- '81 



Sometimes words have no meaning/ 
Another Time Another Place 



'82 



Sooner of later you'll feel that 

momentum kick in/ 
Don't forget your second wind 



Billy Joel '85 








Mark Gerber 

90 



David Giannetto 




To My Family and FRIENDS 

"Some people come into our 

lives and quickly go 
Some stay for awhile and 

leave foot prints on our hearts 
AND 



WE ARE NEVER THE SAME." 

-Flavia 





Julia Gold 



91 



David Grganto 



N2S 




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RESIDENCY 



The Future 
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'lSo Little Time 
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BOZEMAN, MONTANA 



Norman Grossl 



92 



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93 



Dana Howd 




Thanks to the entire Hurley clan for their support throughout medical school. Much 
happiness and success to all my classmates, both on and off the golf course!! 



Chris 



Christopher Hurley 



94 



Steven Ikenberry 




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95 



Paul Jagielo 




A DEDICATION 
TO DAD AND MOM, I THOUGHT THE EFFORT TO GET 
THIS MEDICAL DEGREE WAS DIFFICULT, BUT IT 
COULD NEVER MATCH THEIR EFFORT TO MAKE 
SURE ALL NINE OF THEIR CHILDREN 
WERE SUCCESSFUL IN PURSUING THEIR CAREER 
GOALS. THANKS. THIS ONE'S FOR YOU. 

A FEW THOUGHTS ON THE LAST FOUR YEARS: 

Who could ever believe that four years have passed so quickly. It seems only a 
few months ago we were all obsessed with the minutia of anatomy, thinking 
that it was key to know the 3 muscles making up the levator ani. Now I can't 
help but laugh when I pass by frantic freshmen discussing such meaningless 
facts. And who could forget the coops. Besides providing the class with the 
best of THE FAR SIDE and the latest gossip, the coops sure spared us the 
agony of attending biochem, biostats, bioethics, etc. (you get the idea). After 
about a thousand or so tests later, and of course the BOARDS, we were golden. 
Or at least we thought we were golden, until we hit the wards and found out 
what medicine was really like. 

Ah yes, the Clinical years. My first rotation: PEDS: I don't think any of us 
had a clue to what was going on during our first rotation. Otitis media to the 
max, screaming babies, neurotic parents. SURGERY: Getting to the hospital 
before sunrise, leaving at 10PM. And of course those budding surgeons doing 
Pickleman's service. Sleep was not part of the core curriculum. OBGYNE: 
What a thrill it was to deliver our first baby. MEDICINE I: Our first patient 
presentation to the entire medicine service, problem lists, the case checkers; 
what a pain, and the never-ending scut list. The ultimate challenge: putting in 
that I.V. while half asleep on call at 3AM in an IV drug abuser with nothing 
but scars and probably a positive HIV. No problem, I needed the practice. I'm 
sure we will always remember our rotations at the VA SPA (they will never fix 
the elevators) and Bid. 51 psych ward. 

But we all managed to get through it, one way or another, and for the most 

part shared some good times as well as interesting stories with fellow 

classmates, and generally worked with a good group of residents on each of the 

services. 

But what made our class so special were the things we did together: the 

intramural Softball leagues (go Scrubs), the class parties, bowling nites, gotta 

mention the Franchise three year vollyball domination, St. Lukes (and the 

great class skits), the golf outings, Phi Chi, PSR, AMSA, etc., etc. 

Best wishes to you, my fellow classmates, in your residencies and beyond, and 

thanks for making med school a very memorable experience. Paul J. Jagielo 



I CAN WISH FOR YOU 
THE BESTOF HEALTH 
ALL OF THE JOY 
ONE CAN POSSESS 
BUT A WISH CAN 
JUST SAY SO MUCH 
OUR FRIENDSHIP 
SAYS THE REST. 



Susan Jason 




i San Antonio, 
TX 




Donna Jones 




Peter Kaiser 



Marcy Kamen 



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I only have one thing to say: 

"I should have stayed in 
the restaurant business!" 

P.S. No pictures, I wasn't here enough to 

have any taken. Except maybe at 

Vince's bachelor party?! 



Peter Kakavas 



98 



Bruce Kaplan 




FAMILY + FRIENDS + GOOD TIMES = HAPPINESS 



WAYS TO TELL A WINNER 

1. When a winner makes a mistake he says, "I was wrong"; when a loser makes a mistake he says, "It wasn't my fault." 

2. A winner makes commitments; a loser makes promises. 

3. A winner says, "I'm good, but not as good as I ought to be"; a loser says, "I'm not as bad as a lot of other people." 

4. A winner tries to learn from those who are superior; a loser tries to tear down those who are superior. 

5. A winner asks questions and listens to the answers; a loser never listens. 

6. A winner is extremely loyal; a loser doesn't know the meaning of loyalty. 

7. A winner works harder than a loser, and has more time; a loser is always "too busy" to do what is necessary. 

8. A winner knows what to fight for and what to compromise on; a loser compromises on what he shouldn't and fights 
for what isn't worthwhile. 

Thanks, 

Mom, Dad, Mary, Matt, Bill, Gail, Eric, YiYa, PaPo, Greg, Toni, Nicholas, John, Jim, Eva, John, Kathy, Rob, 
Elizabeth, Loui, Mary, Renna, John, Harry, Kathy, Rodney, Chrisula, Mike, John, Mary, Stella, Ted, Marianna, 
Peter, Tony, Peggy, Mary, A.J., John, Monoli, Billie, Amelia, Ron, Costa, John, Jennifer, Manoli, Alex, George, 
Photie, Gloria, Bill, Joann, Patty, John, Pete, Leanna, Jim, Pete, Cheryll, No No, No Na, Greg, Sue, Nicholas, Maria, 
Ed, Harry, Mike, Terry, Frank, Julie, Mary Jane, Rob, Judy, Robbie, Cindy, Page, Paul, Jeff, Jomarie, Heideh, 
Linda, Kevin, Bruce, Pete, Max, Pete, Deno, Glenn, Claw, Jeff, Carol, Chip, Michelle, Buck, Thelma, Walter, Man- 
Jane, and God. 

- John Kefalas 



John Kefalas 



Kevin King 

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IRISHWIN! 

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'Live vour fife eacn day as you 
would climb a mountain. 

An occasional qlance toward the 
summit keeps the qoal in mind, 
but many beautiful scenes arc 
to be obscr\'cd front each new 
vantage point. 

Ctimo sCmvlv, steadily, enjoying 
each passing moment; and tlie \new 
from the summit -wild serve as a 
fitting climax for the journey." 




Joe catching mean waves wait- 
ing for the green room. 




Joe with the first baby he deliv- 
ered. 



Wondering if I will ever need 
to learn the brachial plexus. 



Joseph Kokoszka 



100 



Todd and Judith Knox 




Renee and Judy - St. Lukes will 
never be the same 



John Korpics 




PRIVILEGED 
to hold a beating heart 
share the joy of recovery and the sorrow 
of death 

comfort those in distress if not with 
science 

than with art; 
to have known professors 
young and old, learned and simple 
with infinite lessons to teach 
and gifts to share; 

to grow, personally and professionally 
amidst laughter, tears, and sleepless nights, 
to have friends and family 
who love and tolerate; 
to have shared meals in sorrow, 
joy and frustration; 
to witness the birth of a 
child 

and the marriage of friends. 
Good luck to you all! 
Karen 



Karen Korzick 



102 



Martha Kutashy 




Thank you all for a great four 
years and making med school what 
I least expected FUN!!!! 



Ticking away the moments that make up a dull day 
Fretter and waste the hours in an offhand way 
Kicking around on a piece of ground in your hometown 
Waiting for someone or something to show you the way . . 
Every year is getting shorter, never seem to find the time. 

. . . You run and you run to catch up with the sun but it's 
sinking, racing around to come up behind you again. 
The sun is the same in a relative way, but you're older, 
shorter of breath, and one day closer to DEATH. 



'Dark Side of the Moon' 
Pink Floyd 



That which does not kill me only serves to make me stronger. 



Nietzsche 



Vincent Lombardi 



103 



Robert LaPorte 



Bob, Marnie and Elizabeth LaPorte will be in Minneapolis. Bob will be studying and practicing Radiation 
Oncology at the University of Minnesota. 

The LaPorte's salute the Class of 1989 for their many accomplishments. 

Also, they extend a special thank you to the very dedicated people listed below for their teaching, support and 
inspiration. 



A. Barbato, M.D. 

R. Leischner, M.D. 

M. Rainey, Ph.D. 

T. Wronski, 

J. McNulty, Ph.D. 

L. Fox 

F. LaVelle, Ph.D. 

J. Fareed, Ph.D. 

D. Dixon, M.D. 



T. McKiernan, M.D 
J. Hano, M.D. 
L. Vertuno, M.D. 
M. Brooks, M.D. 
R. Gunnar, M.D. 
W. Wood, M.D. 
P. O'Keefe, M.D. 
R. Freeark, M.D. 
J. Marks, M.D. 




Michael 
Larry 



Thanks for all 
your help and 
support, couldn't 
have done it 
without you - 
Mike 



Robert Lazatin 




"Wishing you all happiness and success in your professional medical careers. May you 
all have many more good memories in your continuing pursuit of knowledge and 
excellence. Thanks for an enjoyable four years, and keep in touch." 




Come to the edge. 
No, we will fall. 

Come to the edge. 
No, we will fall. 

They came to the edge. 

He pushed them, and they flew. 






-Guillaume Apollinaire. 



John Lee 



Fah Che Leong 






"Gel, you rascall Gel! ... Heaven knows how he keeps getting in here, 
Betty, but you better count 'em." 



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"You know those teeny tiny little birds that walk around 

so trustingly Inside a crocodile's mouth? Well. I just been 

eatin' those little guys like popcorn." 



Anna Lai 



106 



James Loo 





To my grandparents ... for their inspiration and enthusiasm. 

To my parents . . . whom I could never appreciate enough, for their love, unending 
support and encouragement, their faith in my ability, their many sacrifices, their 
incredible patience and understanding. 

To the rest of my family . . . for their love and support - for being there to share my 
happiness as well as sadness. Through them I have been raised with appreciation of 
the love that is shared within a family as friends as well as family. 



; To my friends . . . for their kind words of encouragement, their endurance, their sense 
of humor, .... for the memories! 



To God ... for granting me the strength to persevere the adversity 
that I have encountered, and blessing me with the love from those 
i who surround me. May he grant my family and friends peace and 
happiness throughout their lives. 



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Janet Lopez 



107 



Kevin Madigan 







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I guess I felt con- 
fined the first few 
years of Medical 
School . . . 



. . . you know, running in the 
rat race . . . 



. . . Climbing that mountain 
of success . . . 



But then senior year 
was all down hill . . . 




. . . with those win- 
ter interviews on the 
West Coast . . . 




. . . and plenty of 
time for the finer 
points in life. 



Class of '89. You've ALL been 
great. The best will come be- 
cause you deserve it. Thanks 
for the memories. Karen and I 
will see you at the reunion. 




Michael Maguire 



108 



Carolyn March 



Full Test 

NINJA JR! 

Kawasaki's 600: 
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'SUCCESS IS 



JOURNEY, N01 



)ESTJNATJON' 



Ben Sweetland 



Amanda McSweeney 



109 



Francis Milligan 




Thfy THE AK7 THAI WE HAVE L£y*RN£D BE AN 
INSTRUMENT Of HEALING THROUGHOUT OUR LIFETIMES; 
n^l) WE SEE THE GOOD OF THE WHOLE INDIVIDUAL 

through me MyUsy times CLOuDy circumstances 

SURROUNDING OUR ENCOUNTERS; 

?tAy WE SEEK TO ALLEVIATE SUFFERING WHILE WE ASSIST 

THE MENDING OF THE BODy AND THE SOUL; 

JlAy WE MAINTAIN THE DlGNXTy OF THE PROFESSION WE 

NOW ENTER, NEVER BRINGING OGNOttl) OR DISGRACE UPON 

XT; 

AND MAy EACH OF yOU, IN THE END, FIND PEACE. 




To All My Friends: 

Well, we finally made it! 
I couldn't have thought of a 
greater group of friends with which 
to spend the last four years. 
The Best of Luck in all you do. 
Love always, 
Roberta 



PROMISE YOURSELF 

Promise yourself to be so strong that nothing can dis- 
turb your piece of mind. To talk health, happiness and 
prosperity to every person you meet. To make all your 
friends feel that there is something in them. To look at the 
sunny side of everything and make your optimism come 
true. To think only of the best, to work only for the best 
and expect only the best. To be just as enthusiastic about 
the success of others as you are about your own. To forget 
the mistakes of the past and press on to the greater 
achievements of the future. To give so much time to the 
improvement of yourself that you have no time to criticize 
others. To be too large for worry, too noble for anger, too 
strong for fear and too happy to permit the presence of 
trouble. 

- Christian Larson 




Roberta Muldoon 



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I thank my wife, my family, and my friends. 

They have provided me with the happiness 

that enables me to persevere. 

Through them I will always understand 

the importance of compassion in our profession. 



Jeffrey Norris 



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Timothy O'Leary 




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Carlson B. Wong 




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Michael Rich 



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Dr. Michael R. Rich - the youngest and shortest 
graduate of LUMC has today made an 
outstanding achievement in the area of medicine. 
He has discovered a cure for cancer. This 
magnificent achievement will surely win him a 
Nobel Prize and he will forever be remembered 
in the hearts of many. When asked what plans 
he had made to celebrate this joyous occasion, he 
was quoted as saying; "Mom promised to take me 
to McDonald's and then let me stay up past my 
bedtime." 




Give every man thy ear, but few thy voice. 

Take each man's censure, but reserve thy judgement 

This above all: to thine own self be true. 

- William Shakespeare 
Hamlet Act I Scene iii 



Miami 
Dolphins 





May God bless each of us with a happy life and successful career. 



Malcolm Roberts 



116 



Ruby Roy 




And let your best be for 

your friend. 
If he must know the ebb of 

your tide, let him know its 

flood also, 
for what is your friend that you 

should seek with him hours 

to kill? 
Seek him always with hours 

to live. 
For it is his to fill your need 

but not your emptiness 
And in the sweetness of 

friendship, let there be 

laughter and the sharing of 

pleasures 
for in the dew of little things 

the heart finds its morning 

and is refreshed. 
- Kahlil Gibran 





One Night I Had A Dream 

I dreamed that I was walking along the beach with the Lord and 
across the sky flashed scenes of my life. For each scene I noticed two 
sets of foot prints in the sand. One belonged to me, the other to the 
Lord. When the last scene flashed before us, I looked back at the 
foot prints in the sand; I noticed that many times along the path of 
my life, there was only one set of prints; I also noticed it happened 
at the saddest and lowest times of my life. This so worried me that I 
questioned the Lord about it. 

"Lord, you said that once I decided to follow you, you would walk 
with me all the way, but now I find that during the most troubled 
parts of my life there is only one set of foot prints. I can't under- 
stand why in times I needed you most you would leave me alone." 

The Lord replied, "My precious, precious child. I love you and I 
would never, never leave you alone during the darkest hour of need. 
When you see only one set of foot prints, it was then that I carried 
you in my arms." 

-Author Unknown 

Jeffrey Rumbyrt 

117 



Steven Seagren 



He rarely took notes 
He never hit a high five 

in lecture hall 
He almost joined AMWA 
Best of luck, Class of '89 




October 12, 1988 
Steve finally 
learns the spleen! 
The Happy couple 
Celebrates. 




Miles and years may come between us 
but, the memory of these times 
will never fade. 

We love you. 

Matt & Sharon 



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our years. 





Stacey Sheehan 



Jodi Shields 




ViV<CAn"OCL'.' 



To Lauren and Andrew 

Who put up with a lot over the last four years. Remember you're 

always in my heart, no matter where I am. I LOVE you - MOM 




Robert Sibilia 



120 



Sherrone now that you've graduated from Medi- 
cal School what are you going to do next? 



Sherrone Simon 



"I'm going to Disney World." 




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Congratulations Kid! 



Contrary to popular belief, I shall not use my last opportu- 
nity to communicate with you all to honor Ray with an- 
other poem. Instead, I take pause to reflect upon the unusu- 
al collection of intellectuals, ne'er-do-wells, study friends, 
saints, and sinners who populate the Class of '89. I am 
certain that some of us rejoice at the prospect of never 
seeing each other again; some others may cry, fearing hav- 
ing to develop new friendships in new places. I, for one, 
shall miss seeing familiar and friendly faces in the hall. 
Keeping in touch may be trying in the years ahead. Most of 
all, I'll miss Mr. Hoist in the Physio lab because he's been a 
formative force in my life. Remember . . . our green cadav- 
er, defiled Freshman pictures, dog lab, walking into the 
V.A. for the first time, the United Nations of Pathology, 
Linda Wroblewsky, Boards, etc. However, I urge those of 
you who have worked dilligently and sacrificed to become a 
credit to the medical profession and worthy successors to 
Hippocrates to remember as you walk up to receive your Ad 
Maiorem Dei Gloriam on June the Tenth that I shall re- 
ceive the same diploma you will. Ha! Ha! Now that may be 
the unkindest cut of all. Incidently, Ray and I like each 
other despite our amusing public exchanges. Good luck to 
you all. Farewell and stay clean. If you're not busy, I plan a 
reunion at Billy Goat's June Tenth, 2019. We should have 
our loans paid by then. Take care. 

Linas A. Smulkstys MS-IV 



Lin as Smulkstys 



121 




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New Lamborghini! 
Ronald Stella 



Susan Steinam and Cory Wilson 
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Kevin Stone 




Margaret Sullivan 



124 



James Sylora 



COOL IT ! There is always someone better and there is always 

someone who has it worse. 

If you're not having fun, you're doing it wrong. 

Keep it simple. 

Work hard, play hard, you'll be okay. 




Zuhair Thalji 



125 



John Tighe 




Matthew Troy 



126 



Richard Van Dyken 




DOCTORS ARE WHIPPERSNAPPERS 

Doctors are whippersnappers in ironed white coats 

Who spy up your Tectums and look down your throats 

And press you and poke you with sterilized tools 

And stab at solutions that pacify fools. 

I used to revere them and do what they said 

Till I learned what they learned on was already dead. 



Stamford, Conn. 
MBSM 



GlLDA RADXER 






To everything there is a season 
and a time 
for every purpose 
under heaven . . . 
Ecclesiastes 3 

To those whom you have given me . 
My family, Len, Nora, FJ, Jane 
My love and thanks 
Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam 



Deborah Villa 



127 



Daniel Wallace 

(2 ok Tfou, Say ? 

Can you say in parting with the day 
that's slipping fast, • 

That you helped a single person of the 
many you have passed? 

Is a single life rejoicing over what you 
did or said? 

Does someone whose hopes were fading, 
now with courage look ahead? 

Did you waste the day or lose it, was 
it well or poorly spent? 

Did you leave a trend of kindness, or a 
scar of discontent? 

As you close your eyes in slumber, do you 
think that God would say — 

You have made the world much better 

for the life you've lived today? 

Cecilia Felsenthal 






What lies behind us 

and what lies before us are small 

matters compared to what lies within us. 



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MATCH DAY 

MARCH 22, 1989 

DOC RYAN'S 




Shame 1 Abd-All.ih . 


.... Hennepin Co Med Ctr, HN 

.... Rush-Pres St. Luke's. IL 


General Surgery 
Family Practice 
InterNal Medicine 
OB/CYN 
Transitional 
Diagnostic Radiology 












Guy Abderholden . . 






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Ophthalmology 
Orthopaedics 








Lisa Adams 


.... Triplet Army Med Ctr, III 

LA County-USC Med Ctr, CA 
















Evanston llosp-NW Univ, IL 


Transitional 


Caroline Altergott 


.... Chlldrens Hosp-LA, CA 

.... Ohio State Unlv llosp, Oil 


Pediatrics 
Internal Medicine 










Anesthesiology 
General Surgery 


Rather Ine Andersen 




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Marilyn Augustyn . 




U Maryland-Baltimore, MD 


Internal Medicine 


Daniel Bausch .... 




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U of. Minnesota llosp, MN 

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.... McCaw Med Ctr-NW Univ, IL 


Michael Larry 

Robert Lazatin .... 


Kevin Bright 


.... Brooke Army Med Ctr, TX 


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Internal Medicine 


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Joseph Clark 






Michael Magulre . . . 

Amanda Mc 5weeney . 
Francis Milligan 




Diagnostic Radiology 
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Internal Medicine 










Brooke Army Med Ctr , TX 

Silas B Hayes llosp Ft Ord, CA . 






Wilford Hall USAF Med Ctr, TX .. 


Family Practice 








Donna Dobrowolsky 




Psych Latry 


Peter Napolitano .. 
Timothy O'Leary 




OB/GYN 




Loyola Univ Med Ctr, IL 

Deaconess llosp, MO 

Washington U llosp, MO 






General Surgery 

OB/GYN 




Alaa Elbendary . . . 
Amy Rillo Ellingsor 




Therapeutic Rad-Onc 












Internal Medicine 
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... U Suburban Hosp/Med Ctr. IL . . . 
U Michigan Hosp-Ann Arbor, HI . 






.... U Cincinnati llosp, Oil 


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Stephen Canshirt 










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David CiannetLo . . 


.... LA County-USC Med Center, CA 


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Loma Linda U Med Ctr, CA . 


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Mt Sinai Hosp-Chicago, IL 


Rehab. Medicine 


Steven Ikenberry . 


.... Indiana Univ Med Ctr, IN 


Internal Medicine 


Robert Sibllia .... 


Albany Med Ctr llosp, NY 


Medicine - Pediatrics 






Radiation Therapy 
Internal Medic ine 
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California 14* 

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The Loyola-Stritch Class of 1989 
wishes to thank the following People 
and Departments for their financial 
support of the Caduceus 1989. 



Official Sponsors: 



Dr. Barbato, Dean 

Dr. Leischner, Senior Associate Dean 

Dr. Matre, Provost 

Dr. Robinson, Assoc. Dean, Research 

Dr. Burr, Asst. Dean Admissions 

Mr. Whitehead, Dean of Students 

Mr. Lambesis, Asst. Dean of Students 

Dr. Clancy, Chairman, Dept. of Anatomy 

Dr. Rao, Chairman, Dept. of Anesthesiology 

Loyola University Medical Center Library 

Mr. Frank Bourget, Director of Medical Alumni Relations 

Dr. Gunnar, Chairman, Dept. of Medicine 

Dr. Knight, Chairman, Dept. of Microbiology 

Dr. Celesia, Chairman, Dept. of Neurology 

Dr. Isaacs, Chairman, Dept. of Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Dr. Scheribel, Chairman, Dept. of Ophthalmology 

Dr. Blair, Chairman, Dept. of Orthopaedic Surgery 

Dr. Matz, Chairman, Dept. of Otolaryngology 

Dr. Herman, Chairman, Dept. of Pathology 

Dr. Hurley, Chairman, Dept. of Pediatrics 

Dr. Hanin, Chairman, Dept. of Pharmacology 

Dr. Filkins, Chairman, Dept. of Physiology 

Dr. deVito, Chairman, Dept. of Psychiatry 

Dr. Moncada, Chairman, Dept. of Radiology 

Dr. Marks, Chairman, Dept. of Radiotherapy 

Dr. Renshaw, Director, Sexual Dysfunction Clinic 

Dr. Freeark, Chairman, Dept. of Surgery 

Dr. Pifarre, Chairman, Dept. of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery 

Dr. Flanigan, Chairman, Dept. of Urology 



(Sponsors as of 3/14/89) ^-| 




THE YEAR BOOK STAFF: 



James Loo - Editor-in-Chief 

Voula Asimacopoulos 

Carlson Wong 

Caroline Altergott 

Amy Ellingson 

Martha Kutashy 

Paul Chomiak 



Susan Jason 
Michael Severino 
The Computer 
Cynthia Zane 
Margaret Sullivan 
John Lee 



When first the call for staff members to work on 
Caduceus went out, a small band of students 
boldly came forward to volunteer. These dedi- 
cated persons have spent countless hours pre- 
paring the book which you hold in your hands 
now. Without them, there would have been no 
Caduceus. As their editor, let me thank each 
and every one of them for all their hard work 
and dedication to this Yearbook. I am sure that 
they will all join me in wishing that in the years 
to come, as we all go our separate ways, this 
Yearbook will allow each person to carry a bit 
of the Class of 1989 with them. 



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'88-89 EXECUTIVE BOARD 

President 

Ken Koschnitzki '91 

Vice President 
Mary Grace '91 

Secretary 

Martha Kudlacik '91 

Treasurer 
Randy Gibb '91 

Alumni Chairman 
John DeGuide '89 

Publicity Editor 
Sunil Ahuja '91 

Senior Representative 
Dave Grganto '89 

Junior Representative 
Chris Contino '90 

Sophmore Representative 
Derek Jue '91 



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MEDICAL STUDENT 

UNION 




CONGRATULATIONS 

TO THE 

CLASS OF 1989 



MSU OFFICERS: 



President 
Vice-President 
Treasurer 
Secretary 



- Michael E. Carney 

- Cathy Harris 

- John Hassapis 

- Robert Zeledon 



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AMA 
SALUTES THE 
NEW DOC'S OF 

1989 




American 

Medical 

Association 

AMA/MSS 

Loyola Chapter 



CHAPTER OFFICERS : 
President - Abby von Heimburg 
Vice-President - Daniel Huie 
Secretary/Treasurer - John Masseo 
ISMS Delegate - Kevin Tarrant 
CMS Delegate - Peter Selz 
Sophomore Rep. - Michael Olgren 
Freshman Rep. - Matt Scanlon 
Publicity - Lesle Solgaard 
Faculty Adviser - Paul O'Keefe, M.D. 



CONGRATULATIONS and 

BEST WISHES to the 

CLASS OF 1989 

From Your Friends At 
Beecham Laboratories 



To The Class of 1989 
BUONA FORTUNA 



From Pfizer Laboratories 



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The success of the 1989 edition of Caduceus 
is due to the hard work of the editorial staff 
and the many contributions from students, 
faculty and the administration. In particu- 
lar, I would like to take this opportunity to 
thank the following individuals: 



- The staff of the Caduceus and in particular Voula Asimacopoulos, Paul 
Chomiak, Amy Rillo Ellingson, Sue Jason, Martha Kutashy, Carl- 
son Wong, Carrie Altergott for their exceptional work on the personal 
half-pages and help in squeezing material from sluggish classmates. 

- The Classes of 1990, 1991, and 1992 for some very interesting underclassmen 
pages. 

- Mike Lambesis for all the hard work he put into this book by reviewing 
proofs, handling money and contract negotiations for us. 

- Bob Vick and the staff of Medical Photography, for the endsheet photo 
and the faculty photos. 

- Dean Michael Rainey, Phd., for pushing this yearbook off to an early 
enough start so that things have flowed fairly smoothly, and for his help in 
obtaining funding for our yearbook. 

- Dr. Anthony Barbato for his generous financial support of Caduceus. 

- Dr. Alexander Friedman, for the generous use of his office and computer 
in the preparation of this yearbook. 

- Frank Bourget of Medical Alumni Relations and Linda Blaha of Public 
Relations for the historical photos about Loyola. 

- Sue Wisthoff of Wycoff Portraits. 

- Bob Weissbeck of Jostens Publishing for his technical help and speedy 
response to our numerous crises. 

- All those who made financial contributions to Caduceus. 

- And last but not least my fellow members of the Class of 1989, for whom this 
Yearbook stands. 



In closing let me wish each and every one of you the very best of 
luck in all that you do. And I hope that this edition of Caduceus 
will go with you wherever you go, as a reminder of the Good-Times 
we've had these last four years. 



Good-bye!!! 



Loyola University of Chicago Stritch School of Medicine admits students without regard to their race, color, sex, or national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and other 
activities general Iv accorded or made available to students at the school. Loyola University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, or national or ethnic origin in administration of its 
educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs. Qualified persons are not subject to discrimination on the basis of 
handicap. 

Due to rigid time requirements, this yearbook must he printed before the final list of degree candidates can be determined. The exclusion of the name of a student is not to be taken as indication of 
his official status as a non-graduate nor is the inclusion of the name of a student to be taken as certification of his official status as a graduate. 

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Welcome Members of the Class o\ l^S^ to Loyola's Medical Alumni Family! 

The board Members ol the Alumni Association look forward to welcoming you 
back to (Stritch lor your Fifth and Tenth Anniversary Class Reunions in 1^94 
and in L999. 

We hope to see you then. Congratulations! 




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Vincent J. bulalino. M.D. 77 

President 

Medical Alumni Association 





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