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Graduating Class of 1991 

Loyola University Chicago 
Stritch School of Medicine 



Heideh Ahari, M.D. 
Sunil Ahuja, M.D. 
Jatin Amin, M.D. 
Michelle Andren, M.D. 
Jeffrey Andrey, M.D. 
Lisa Angell, M.D. 
Penny Awa, M.D. 
Mini Bansal, M.D. 
Kenneth Beck, M.D. 
Jo-Anne Biafore, M.D. 
Elaine Biester, M.D. 
David Blank, M.D. 
Anne Borkowski, M.D. 
Herb Bote, M.D. 
Janet Bresch, M.D. 
James Byrne, M.D. 
Alvaro Candel, M.D. 
Stephen Carter, M.D. 
Anthony Caruso, M.D. 
Edward Vte Chan, M.D. 
Judy Cheng, M.D. 
Janet Collins, M.D. 
David Crouch, M.D. 
Judith Czaja, M.D. 
Arthur deLorimier, M.D. 
Marc DiFazio, M.D. 
Vincent DiSilvestro, M.D. 
Beth Drolet, M.D. 
Elyse Erlich, M.D. 
Mark Faucher, M.D. 
Randall Gibb, M.D. 
Brian Giersch, M.D. 
Janet Lee Giersch, M.D. 
Mary Grace, M.D. 
Philip Grandinetti, M.D. 
David Greco, M.D. 
Mitchell Grubman, M.D. 
Nicholas Hamill, M.D. 
Janet Hammer, M.D. 
Donna Helmchen, M.D. 
Raynelda Hidalgo, M.D. 



Michael Jachec, M.D. 
Jennifer Javors, M.D. 
William Jawien, M.D. 
Emmanuella Joseph, M.D. 
Sunil Kappadakunnel, M.D. 
Susan Kashyap, M.D. 
Robert Kellow, M.D. 
Kathy Kim, M.D. 
James Koop, M.D. 
Paul Korner, M.D. 
Kenneth KoschnitzkL M.D. 
Andrew Kowalkowski, M.D. 
Martha Kudlacik, M.D. 
Joseph Kut, M.D. 
J. David Lane, M.D. 
Donna Lee, M.D. 
Raymond Leonard, M.D. 
Steven C. Lin, M.D. 
Wendy Ma, M.D. 
Glen MacKenzie, M.D. 
John Maffeo, M.D. 
Peter Maguire, M.D. 
Sean Manion, M.D. 
Taylor Marlowe, M.D. 
Sam Marzo, M.D. 
Mary Mason, M.D. 
Patrick McCarthy, M.D. 
Peter McCauley, M.D. 
John McGuinness, M.D. 
Joseph McNally, M.D. 
Raymond Meyer, M.D. 
Bryan Mitchell, M.D. 
Dale Mueller, M.D. 
Jonathan Mueller, M.D. 
David Najman, M.D. 
Peter Norvid, M.D. 
Diane Noyes, M.D. 
Marc Odorisi, M.D. 
Michael Olgren, M.D. 
Pier-Paolo Palmieri, M.D. 
Ruth Pang, M.D. 



Christopher Pasquale, M.D. 
Devi Pierce, M.D. 
Amy Jo Ptaszek, M.D. 
Manfred Pyka, M.D. 
James Radke, M.D. 
Bethany Reiss, M.D. 
James Rhee, M.D. 
Lynn Rohrmann, M.D. 
David Rypkema, M.D. 
Anthony Sanzone, M.D. 
Alison Savage, M.D. 
M. Susan Scanlon, M.D. 
Michael Scannell, M.D. 
Peter Schilke, M.D. 
Susan Schneider, M.D. 
C. Schwartz-Peterson, M.D. 
Bharat Shah, M.D. 
Shannon Shamseldin, M.D. 
Joseph Shuen, M.D. 
Edward Stack, M.D. 
Mark Stevens, M.D. 
Joan Surdukowski, M.D. 
Jennifer Swiatek, M.D. 
Lillian Swiersz, M.D. 
Linda Tayeh, M.D. 
Rasa Tijunelis, M.D. 
Mark Tiritilli, M.D. 
Thomas Tully, M.D. 
Mary Uckerman, M.D. 
Linda Vassmer, M.D. 
Sharon Wall, M.D. 
Donna Wallace, M.D. 
Timothy Wiess, M.D. 
William Wilkens, M.D. 
Lisa Worsch, M.D. 
Rody Yoshinaka, M.D. 
Austin Yu, M.D. 
James Ziomek, M.D. 
Louis Zoko, M.D. 




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'epresentation of a staff with two entwined snakes and 
:wo wings at the top 2: an insignia bearing a caduceus 
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Table of Contents 



Page 5 


Very Important People 


Page 21 


Mug Shots 


Page 37 


The Transition 


Page 81 


Marriages and Babies 


Page 85 


Clubs and Organizations 


Page 95 


Memories 


Page 149 


Match Day 


Page 157 


Our Sponsors 






The Class of 1991 would like to dedicate this 
yearbook to our families. Without their love, 
support and encouragement, our time in medical 
school would have been so much more difficult. 
We appreciate your strength, your compassion, 
your patience, and for being there when we 
needed you the most. Thank You. 

The Class of 1991 




Very 

Important 

People 




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Administration 




Daniel H. Winship, M.D., Dean 




Michael Rainey, Ph.D., Associate Dean of Academic 
and Student Affairs 




Terry Wronski, Assistant Dean of Academic and 
Student Affairs 




Anthony Barbato, M.D., Provost 






Ralph Leischner, M.D. Senior Associate Dean 



Mary Langbein, Assistant Dean of Educational 
Affairs 





Michael Lambesis, Assistant Dean of Students 



Daniel Burr, Ph.D. 
Admissions 



Associate Dean of 




James Whitehead, Dean of Students 



Department of Anatomy 

John Clancy, Jr., PhD - Chairman 




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Department of Medicine 

Rolf Gunnar, MD - Chairman 




Department of Microbiology 

Katherine Knight, PhD - Chairman 




Department of Neurology 

Gastone Celesia, MD - Chairman 




Department of OB/GYN 

John Gianopoulos, MD - Acting Chairman 




Department of Ophthalmology 

Walter Jay, MD - Chairman 




Department of Orthopaedics 

Sidney Blair, MD - Chairman 




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Department of Otolaryngology 

Gregory Matz, MD - Chairman 




Department of Pathology 

Ralph Leischner, MD - Acting Chairman 




Department of Pediatrics 

R. Morrison Hurley, MD - Chairman 




Department of Pharmacology 

Israel Hanin, PhD - Chairman 




Department of Physiology 

James Filkins, PhD - Chairman 





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Department of Psychiatry 

Robert de Vito, MD - Chairman 




Department of Radiotherapy 

James Mark, MD - Chairman 




Department of Surgery 

Robert Freeark, MD - Chairman 




Department of Urology 

Robert Flanigan, MD - Chairman 




Chairmen of Other Departments 
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Roque Pifarre, MD 
Department of Cardiovascular Surgery 



Leon Love, MD 
Department of Radiology 



We would like to thank all of those individuals who havi 
contributed to our medical education both in the basic scieno 
and clinical years. You have provided us with a foundation o 
knowledge and a desire to learn which will carry us through ou 
careers. 



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Special People 





In the Registrar's Office: 
Jeanine Oczkowski, June Wozniak, Genevieve Fitzgibbon 



Donna Sobie of Financial Aid 




Mary Mega of Financial Aid 



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Judie Carrino and Delores Harris 
of the Dean's Office 




)an Olson, Coordinator of Medical Education 




Sandy Brehm, Office Manager 
Student and Academic Affairs 







Genevieve Napier and Laura Kiener 
Secretaries of Medical Education 




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Lisa Harrison and Maureen Hastings 
Dean of Students Secretaries 




Father Joseph Boel, S] 




A representative of the LUMC security force, IDs please! 




Joanne Sandoval, Secretary and Mary Kroeger, R.N. 
of Student Health 



SHUTTLE BUS 




Lot 11, (hahaha..) I only go to Hines! 



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In Memoriam 




Robert E. Carlson, M.D. 



Dr. Robert E. Carlson was the Acting Chief of General Internal Medicine. He upheld Jesuit tradition beginning 
his career at Loyola University Chicago as an undergraduate student and continued as a medical student, resident, 
and clinical faculty member. Other responsibilities included directorship of the student health service, outpatient 
services and the medical intensive care units. A physician devoted to primary care, Dr. Carlson was best known 
to students, residents, and his fellow colleagues for his love and enthusiasm for teaching. We thank Dr. Carlson 
for his dedication and contribution to Loyola and he will always be remembered. He will be missed. 



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Heideh Ahari 



Sunil Ahuia 



Jatin Amin 




Michelle Andren 





Jeffrey Andrey 





Lisa Angell 




Penny Awa 



Mini Bansal 



Kenneth Beck 






Jo-Anne Biafore 



Elaine Biester 



David Blank 






Anne Borkowski 



Herb Bote 



Janet Bresch 






James Byrne 



Alvaro Candel 



Stephen Carter 






Anthony Caruso 



Edward Vte Chan 



Judy Cheng 






David Crouch 



Judith Czaja 



Arthur deLorimier 






Marc DiFazio 



Vincent DiSilvestro 



Beth Drolet 






Mark Faucher 




Randall Gibb 




Brian Giersch 



Janet Lee Giersch 



Mary Grace 






Philip Grandinetti 



David Greco 



Nicholas Hamill 




Janet Hammer 





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Michael Jachec 



Jennifer Javors 



William Jawien 






Emmanuella Joseph 



Sunil Kappadakunnel 



Susan Kashyap 






Robert Kellow 



Kathy Kim 



James Koop 






Paul Korner 



Kenneth Koschnitzki 



Martha Kudlacik 






Joseph Kut 



J. David Lane 



Donna Lee 




Raymond Leonard 





Steven C. Lin 





Wendy Ma 




Glen MacKenzie 



John Maffeo 



Peter Maguire 






Sean Manion 



Taylor Marlowe 



Sam Marzo 




Mary Mason 




John McGuinness 





Patrick McCarthy 




Joseph McNally 





Peter McCauley 




Raymond Meyer 




Bryan Mitchell 



Dale Mueller 



Jonathan Mueller 




David Najman 





Peter Norvid 





Diane Noyes 




Marc Odorisi 



Michael Olgren 



Pier-Paolo Palmieri 






Ruth Pang 



Christopher Pasquale 



Devi Pierce 




Amy Jo Ptaszek 




Bethany Reiss 





Manfred Pyka 




James Rhee 








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James Radke 




Lynn Rohrmann 




David Rypkema 



Anthony Sanzone 



Alison Savage 






M. Susan Scanlon 



Michael Scannell 



Peter Schilke 






Susan Schneider 



C. Schwartz-Peterson 



Bharat Shah 






Shannon Shamseldin 



Joseph Shuen 



Edward Stack 






Mark Stevens 



Joan Surdukowski 



Jennifer Swiatek 






Lillian Swiersz 



Linda Tayeh 



Rasa Tijunelis 






Mark Tiritilli 



Thomas Tully 



Mary Uckerman 






Linda Vassmer 



Sharon Wall 



Donna Wallace 




Timothy Wiess 





William Wilkens 





Lisa Worsch 




Rody Yoshinaka 



Austin Yu 



James Ziomek 




Pictures Not Submitted: 
Janet Collins 
Mitchell Grubman 
Andrew Kowalkowski 



Louis Zoko 



The Yearbook Committee would like to thank 
Wyckoff Studios for their generous donation of 
the class formal portraits used in this book. 



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Transition 




THE FUN-TIMES 



Greetings' We nave decided this class needs a newspaper, Not a 
stuffy, boring "newsy" sheet to just take up space in your 
mail boxes, but something that might make you laugh, and maybe 
even sake you think. So read on and enjoy. 

Today's first topic will be the MDLs. Ever notice how they have 
personalities 9 Let's start with the first. Now here we have a 
true range of personalities, From the late night gunners to the 
late night partiers, this MDL has it all. It's only fitting that 
Mom should be in this HDL, watching over her children. 

How about that second MDL 7 Definitely an exciting bunch; 
although Volleyball Dave has enough energy 'or 25 people. 

The third MDL represents a return to the living. How could it be 
boring with the Jon H.-Joe H. duo and the "champ" clan 9 The most 
laughter comes from this MDL— dare we say that they're laughing 
at each other 9 

We now arrive at the obituary portion of our paper. MDL 2729 
died a painless death on August 3, 1987, Ever since that date 
no-one has heard a sound from behind those closed doors. It is 
rumored that a few quiet souls actually inhabit 2729, but we do 
not believe in ghosts. 

Has anyone actually made the journey out to that last outpost 
MDL? An occasional football is seen flying out of the room (we 
make no comment as to how this symbolizes the mentality of that 
MDL). Our Fearless Leader is said to lodge there. 

So, have you pegged all your classmates yet 9 Who's a gunner, 
who's gay, who's weird, who's a fox, etc. ad infinitum. Do you 
even know all your classmates 9 Or are you in one of the several 
cliques that always sit together, eat together, study together, 
and party together? We here at the Times don't like any cliques 
except our own (only the truly great can be elite). 

Let's see, what can we slam next? Ah yes, Slow-ops. Aside from 
copy room delays, author delays, and lost tapes, co-ops have been 
perfect. We here at the Times have built up a nice tape 
collection, along with the rest of the class. But we'd like to 
know what's happened with all the money that should have been 
collected in fines by now, Jatin??? 

We saw talk show host Ms. Winfrey at a 6reek restaurant. Every 
time they lit some cheese, she stood up and waved. 

Perhaps we should get Professors Manion and McCarthy a 
blackboard, Lord knows they don't need a microphone. (Now, now, 
we promised not to be mean. Well, not too mean). 

Wait a minute, we haven't picked on the Cahfornians yet. Oh, 
but we should be sympathetic. Winter has arrived and they're 
still trying to figure out what a car scraper is and why they 



need one. It will be hard to break the news to them that 
the ski jackets they have won't quite do to protect from the 
Windy City cold. Maybe we could all chip in and buy them 
electric socks. Or a walk-along portable heater. 

Maybe the curve will be reasonable if we kidnap Dave Lane 
just before the biochem final. And Lynn before the anatomy 
final. 

The Name Same: Once upon a time we woke up and 
screamed "Hey Ma, I want a Stack of pancakes and some eggs 
Qdonsi for breakfast," Ma replied "Quit making ail that 
Noyes , run out to the chicken Kpog, and get the eggs. Do 
you think I'm here for your every Beck and call?" Breakfast 
was made. Ma did manage not to Byrne the eggs, so after 
Grace we said Amin, ate the eggs and used our Tuna to lick 
our plates clean. We Bresch -ed our hair and Wendt down the 
Lane toward school, pleased to hear a Martin singing from a 
tree. Up ahead we saw a group of Men who shouted "Hey Yu 1 " 
and began to chase us, waving a Hammer , These Savage men 
meant to Pierce our skulls and cause us much Pang,, We had 
our backs to the Wall, Crouch- ed in a Korner when an Angel 1 
carrying a Candel appeared and said, "You were not Wiess to 
attempt to harm these children." They said "0 Kay.," and 
left us a Blank check to cover emotional damages. THE END, 

Dr, Cooper was wrong, There's actually four people in 
the class who stick foreign objects .... We 
know who they are, but we'll never tell, We also won't tell 
on the two faculty members with like habits. 

Ever notice how the sane people sit in the same seats 
for each lecture 9 Let's start with the south side (not that 
it bears any resemblance to Chicago's South Side). The 
first few rows are filled with, as you may expect, the 
gunners. Kind of a Gunner's Alley. The next few rows are 
the grad student section. Here you'll find Mr. Handlebar 
Mustache, asker of silly questions. The last third is hard 
to describe; for lack of a better generalization we'll call 
it the Nice Guy/Gal section. You know, where the amorphous, 
usually quiet, "nice" people sit. Which brings us back to 
the front of the room, this time on the north side. The 
first three or four rows are again occupied by the gunners 
(or the myopic). The next couple of rows seems to be ruled 
by the married (or very steady) women. These rows are 
followed by another vague section similar to the Nice 
Guy/Gal section, but with a wider range of personalities. 
We guess you could call it a "safely moderate" section. 
Then comes the abrupt transition into the noisy section, 
somewhat analogous to the high school burn-out section that 
sat at the back of the class. Smartass comments, rustling 
of papers, and sleeping abound here. This section quickly 
fades into the true "back row" that is reserved for the 
latecomers who delight in blocking the slide projector. 

Good luck on finals. If we've offended you, tough. 
Until we decide to print again, happy trials (sic). 



Freshman Year 1987-88 



"All the News 
That's Fit to Print" 



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Nr* York Today, increasing cloud) 
High 62-67 Tonight, cloudy, breezy, 
»howen likely Low SI-S7 Tomorrow, 
■howen ending High 56-63 Yesterday 
High 68. low 48 Details on page B6 



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NEW YORK, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1987 



30 CENTS 



STOCKS PLUNGE 508 POINTS, A DROP OF 22. 6%; 
604 MILLION VOLUME NEARLY DOUBLES RECORD 



NATION: As the primaries begin, the CKkago's Mayor WashmghmDies 

candidates prepare for a long, hot winter After a Heart Attack mffacOffae 

Spuds, You Dog: 'Party Animal' Faces Bust 




\ Brave little Girl 

fhe dramatic rescue of Jessica McClure 



JIMMY THE GREEK'S BIZARRE 
EXCURSION INTO RACIAL HISTORY 
COSTS HIM HIS JOB AT CBS 




WORLD: Moscow's latest concessions 
send Afghan peace hopes soaring 




A Navy report blames the Vincennes crew for shooting down an Iranian 
airliner. But questions persist about whether high-tech gear was at fault. 



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'Do you know what a Canasta Card is?" 




Hulk Hogan 





"So you're telling me there are four cham- 
bers in the heart?" 







Studyin' in Berwyn 







What actually went on in the back of the lecture hall? 



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Anatomy Joe with his predecessor. 





The Sleeper Hold 



Power and the Passion 





Doing the MDL Thing 



Donna and the Rooster 





A modern William Tell 



Working for peanuts 




All dressed up and no where to go 



M& M 





Oooh, I love your conditioner 



THE Motley Crue. 




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"I swear to tell the Truth, the whole 
Truth, and nothing but the Truth." 



A wine cooler? 




Gym Babes 



"This sounds like a job 
for Super Pyka!" 




Judy partying with the guys. 



A nice day in the park. 



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Rich's riches 



Baghdad's last ride 




Is that Tom Selleck in the Tiger's hat? 



"Another good one, Honey!" 





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Now give us your best pick-up snear. 




Just lean a little bit, Mike 



Santa giving Nick a Mr. Potatohead. 







This is Serious Business 




The Wall comes tumbling 
down 




Gang of Four 



Is that Christopher Walken? 



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O.K. everybody lean 




Yes Art, a whole two liters 



Tim, Donna, and Dan 




ophomore Year 1988-89 

Beijing Bloodbath 

The Army finally cracks down on the students occupying Tiananmen 
Square, killing 500 to 1,000 supporters of the democracy movement 





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AT LAST 



A Sex Scandal Breaks 
Over Jimmy Swaggart 



Three trapped whales attract an army of unlikely 
saviors to a desolate stretch of Alaskan ice 



An era ended Monday 
night at Wrigley Field as 
the lights went on for the 
first illuminated game in 
the Friendly Confines 



I? 6 i-—. Fighting for 
Big E mail Yellowstone 
Spill 



As thousands struggle to save a national treasure, 
critics attack the Park Service for its 'free burn' 
policy — and for waiting so long to suspend it 



Bred from complacency, 
the Yald&zflasco 
goes from bad to worse 
to worst possible 



The End of the Khomeini Era 



The ayatollah dies, but can his successor rule? 



Boycotts and belligerence greet a startling new film about Jesus 



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Cokes at the PicNic? 



We could both use a hug 





Next you check the underarm for any pal- 
pable nodes 



Halloweening at Scheuler's 




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Toga Toga Toga! 




Pathology Lab 




What's up Nick, no facial hair? 



Lisa showin' all! 





'You want me to do what?' 



Austin filling in the Blank. 





Howdy Tex! Doo Doo Doo! 



CHEERS! 





Scannell in a non-REM 
sleep state. 



Brain sand, brains on the sand, 
or sand brains? 



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I love Medical School 



'I'm busy, I can't go to class" 



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. . . the answer is blowin' 
in the wind ..." 



"Mom I can't hack it 
anymore, I wanna come 
home." 

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A Merry little MDL Christmas 



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Jason's back 




Me Tarzan! You one 
hip chick! 



I love you more than a brother Ray 



Junior Year 1989-90 

THE FALL OF THE WALL 



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GUESS THIS \ 
JUST AIN'T YOUR 
YEAR, PAL... J 




The brutal lesson of 
Hurricane Hugo 



WORLD REPORT 



Communism turned upside down 



PETE ROSE 



NATIONAL AFFAIRS 



Noriega's 
Surrender 



Mandela Mania 



ZSA ZSA GABOR HAS BEEH 
COURTED BEFORE, BUT THIS 
TIME IT'S A TRIAL 



THE SUICIDE DOCTOR 

Was It Death With Dignity? 



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Like a surgeon, cutting for the very first time. 



Visiting Officers ar 

Enlisted Qtre. Offc 



Be, da-da-da 

"£ss ^^ t ' iat: y ou 

can be. 



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Hey! Aren't the burgers done yet? 




Got any more food, Tom? 





Donna, Carolyn, and Kathy 
on their Psych, rotation 





So Joe, where's the lesion? We're waiting! 



Vhat's the PR, QT, QRS, TUV interval? 



The Clinical Experience 




Five medical students regressing after a hard clini- 
cal rotation 




Now it's time for the 72nd step! 



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Dick's Last Resort or Steve's? 






Sunil contemplating life 




The group and Ray with right sided neglect 





Art and Kathv 



Pass the bottle 





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Two pirates and their captive 



Brains on beer. Any Questions? 




The 

Clinical 

Solution 



'I got better!" Ray said. 





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Now say ahhhh 



Our future's so bright, we gotta wear shades 





Picture Perfect 



Bob K. enjoying his medicine clerkship 




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Donna frazzled! 



Get with the program Shannon 



Senior Year 1990-91 

A Slow Slide 
Toward War? 



The 1990s 

sure aren't 

like the 

1980s' 

■The Uproar Over Art and Obscenity 

MAD ABOUT MAPPLETHORPE 

ANDREW FERGUSON 




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Audacious and ruthless, 
Saddam Hussein seizes tiny 
Kuwait— and no one is sure 
where his ambition will end 



The emerging strategy to contain AIDS 



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Trump: The Fall 



Are We Doctors Yet? 




Still wild at St. Lukes 




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Smile for the camera! 




Ken studying, sleeping, or is it both? 





Mike and Dave conferring on a case? 




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Sue S. arranging her interviews 







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enior Year necessities 




An ugly fact of life 




Is it time to leave yet? 




Medicine Sub-I, ohh what a joy! 





No more call, lets Party! 



Jo- Ann with a smile 



hi 




The way I see it is . 




Rads is such a demanding rotation 




I get all the chicks now that I'm a doctor. 




Take 2 aspirin, and call me in the A.M. 




It doesn't get any better than this 




Happy to be gra duating soon 




Hines VA Hospital 



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John and Collete at an intimate moment. 




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May 4, 1991. 



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Class of 1992 




Congratulations 

from the 
Class of 1992 





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Congratulations Class of 1991! 



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AMWA 



From left to right: Back row: Ei- 
leen Consorti, Katherine 
Staggs, Heather Young, Donna 
Woods, Sheryl Kuzmenka, Jac- 
queline Glick, Renee Sinopoli 
Front row: Ellen Cunningham, 
Susan Crowe, Kathy Orlick, 
Kelley Clougherty, Pam Yung 





Class of 1991 AMWA Officers (left to right): Janet Bresch, Joan 
Surdukowski, Jennifer Javors 



AMWA plays an important role at Loyola 
addressing the special concerns of women in 
medicine and offering support for female 
physicians in training. In addition, Loyola's 
branch of AMWA is very active in providing 
programs which allow for interaction between 
medical students and the faculty. These in- 
clude Lunch with the Docs, a way in which 
first and second year students can hear clinical 
faculty informally talk about their specialties; 
Surviving the Clerkships, a panel discussion 
every spring to help ease the transition to the 
clinical years for students; and potluck din- 
ners where students and faculty can interact. 
AMWA has also sponsored speakers on sub- 
jects such as marriage and family, death and 
dying and the role of hospice care, and bat- 
tered women. 



AMWA members in the 1991 graduating class are Jo- Anne Biafore, 
Anne Borkowski, Elyse Erlich, Martha Kudlacik, Wendy Ma, 
Diane Noyes, Ruth Pang, Devi Pierce, M. Susan Scanlon, Christine 
Schwartz-Peterson, Jennifer Swiatek, Lisa Worsch 



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The officers and representatives include: 

Janice Lasky (President) 

Dascene Munir (Vice-President) 

Scott Steinbach (Treasurer/Delegate to ISMS) 

Charles Adamazyk (Soph Rep/ISMS Alternate Rep) 

Jeff Perkins (CMS Representative) 

Lena Nickolas (MSU Representative) 

Mike Freehill (Secretary) 

Charles Rainey (Freshman Representative) 




The AMA faculty advisor is Paul O'Keefe, M.D. 

The AMA represented Loyola at the National Conven- 
tion, ISMS Governing Council Meetings, and CMS meetings. 
The AMA sponsored the Realities in Medicine lecture series 
on campus. 




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Amnesty International and 
Student National Medical 

Association 




Amnesty International is a politically neutral 
international organization that tries to protect the 
human rights of people who have been impris- 
oned for the peaceful expression of their prin- 
ciples. 

The Health Professionals Network of Amnes- 
ty International is more specifically concerned 
with the medical condition, both physical andi 
psychological, of these "prisoners of conscience." 
It also takes a special interest in the cases of physi- 
cians and other health-care personnel who are im- 
prisoned for treating the "wrong" people in re- 
pressive political situations. 

At Loyola Stritch School of Medicine the or- 
ganization primarily tries to present issues to med- 
ical students that highlight ways they can partici- 
pate as physicians in the world-wide struggle for 
freedom and human rights. 



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"In Memory of Margaret Delsol" 




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of the Stritch School of 
Medicine Class of 1992, 
died on October 11, 1990. 
Margaret was an extremely 
active member of the 
Medical Student Union — 
serving on the Educational 
Resources Committee and 
the Library Committee at 
the time of her death. 



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"Here I am in my younger days with a full head of hair 
(yes, I wasn't bald) giving a few pointers to McEnroe." 



Lynn Rohrmann 







STAND UP 
ANDTELL'EM 
YOU'RE FROM 

DETROIT! 




John McGuinness 




Pied Beauty 

Glory be to God for dappled things 
For skies of couple color and a brinded cow 

For rose moles all in stipple upon trout that swim 
Fresh-firecoals, chestnut-falls, Finches wings 

Landscape plotted and pieced-fold, fallow, and plow 
And all trades their gear and tackle and trim 

All things original, counter, spare strange 
whatever is Fickle, freckled (who knows how); 

With swift, slow; sweet, sour; adazzle dim 
He fathers-Porter whose beauty is past change: 



Praise Him, 



Gerard Manley Hopkins 



Joseph Shuen 




and a little one, 




joined by another. 



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Raynelda Hidalgo 




Alvaro Candel 




For those who made the tough times more 
bearable, and the good times even better - 
Thank You 

A.C. 




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Brian & Janet Giersch 




David Greco 




Ed Stack 




Anne Borkowski 




Jim Rhee 




Elyse Erlich 




J. L. Kut 




To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time 

Gather ye rosebuds while ye may, 

Old time is still a-flying; 
And this same flower that smiles today 

Tomorrow will be dying. 

The glorious lamp of heaven, the sun, 

The higher he's a-getting, 
The sooner will his race be run, 

And nearer he's to setting. 

That age is best which is the first, 

When youth and blood are warmer; 
But being spent, the worse, and worst 

Times still succeed the former. 

Then be not coy, but use your time, 

And, while ye may, go marry; 
For, having lost but once your prime, 

You may forever tarry. 



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Joan Surdukowski 



Thanks to all my family and friends 
for their love and support. 




In loving memory of my mother Christina 12/26/20 -8/3/87 



Mark Tiritilli 




Mark Faucher 




Susan Kashyap 





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Susan Schneider 





Arthur deLorimier 





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David Blank 





Beth Ann Drolet 




Linda Tayeh 




Jatin Amin 





Looking back . . . four of the best 
years of my life to date. 

Best Wishes to 
Loyola Class of 
1991! 




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Devi Pierce 




Marc Odorisi 




Thomas Tully 




Donna Lee 




Mini Bansal 








Mike Olgren 

Dear Classmates, 

I came to Loyola because when I 
interviewed the people seemed friend- 
liest here. Thank you for not letting 
me down. Good luck to all of you in 
whatever you do. 

But before I end, let me say a few 
things. I really didn't write The Fun- 
Times. Really. Ask Claire. 

Thanks for being a great roommate 
and friend Pete. And for putting up 
with the occasional blast of Deep 
Purple or Whitesnake. 

Mike 



"We sailed away 

We walked two thousand miles 

and then we slipped away 
We looked so hard 
But couldn't seem to find just what 

the world was for 
Now we know 
Just what the journey's for. . ." 

"Who's Behind the Door" Zebra 







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Diane Noyes 
News of Central California 



Stockton (Calif.) Record 

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1960 






QUADRUPLE BIRTHDAYS— Four members of the Rob- 
ert Noyes family of Oakdale can celebrate their birthdays 
on the same date. The unusual feature is that the two 
newest twin arrivals, a boy and girl, appeared Feb. 15, the 
birthday of the older boy and girl twins who were born 
three years ago. The babies are Douglas and Diane and 
the 3-year-olds are Cheryl and Brian who posed with 
their mother. A11 were born on Feb 15) a 

circumstance which the oddsmakers 
have put at 23,862,279 to 1, according to 
their father, Bob Noyes. 



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Lisa Worsch 




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If we promise, we must deliver, 
If we propose, we must produce, 
If we ask for sacrifice, we must 
be the first to give, 
If we make mistakes, we must be 
willing to admit them. 

Barbara Jordan 1976 




Wendy Ma 




Sharon Wall 




Peter McCauley 




Dave Najman 





Do I really want to do trauma? 




James Ziomek 

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Elaine Biester 




"One can live magnificently 
in this world, if one 
knows how to work and 
how to love, to work for 
the person one loves, and 
to love one's work." 

-Tolstoy 



■Whoai Watch where that thing lands - we'll probably 
need It " 



Ray Leonard 




Thanks for everything, Mom and Dad 





Every doctor should have 
a good nurse. 



Bharat Shah 




Bethany Reiss 



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Thanks to my parents, husband, 
and children for all their 
help and support. 



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Kenneth Beck 




James Radke 




Donna Wallace 





I want to thank my family and 
friends for all of their love 
and support. I am especially 
grateful to my husband Dan for 
having faith in me and for 
making my life so wonderful. 
We all have so much to look 
forward to. 




Sean Manion 





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Patients Name and Age 
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"Whoal Watch where that thing lands 
—we'll probably need It." 



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-Grateful Dead 

Almost anything you do will be insignifi- 
cant but it is very important that you do 
it. 

-Gandhi 



Healing is the humble but also very demanding task 
of creating and offering a friendly empty space 
where strangers can reflect on their pain and 
suffering without fear, and find the confidence 
that makes them look for new ways right in the 
center of their confusion. 

-Henri J.M. Nouwen 



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Jeffrey Andrey 



Select one of the following: 

A) 1,2,3 are correct 

B) 1,3 are correct 

C) 2,4 are correct 

D) 4 is correct 

E) All are correct 



People to whom I owe a considerable debt include: 



1. 1st Illinois, 1st Chicago, Bank One . . . 

2. R.L. at Resurrection for my very first H&P 

3. Ray Facco at St. Francis for showing me the ropes 

4. Mom, Dad, and my wife for their love and encouragement 



(Answer is E) 




Philip Grandinetti 




Jo-Anne Biafore 








Rody Yoshinaka 







Pier-Paolo Palmieri 




Timothy Wiess 




Alison Savage 




Marc DiFazio 




Heideh Ahari 





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To my family and friends whose love 
and support have given me the strengtl 
and courage to persevere and whose 
laughter and sharing have so enriched 
my time here. 




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Sam Marzo 




Janet Hammer 







Michelle Andren 






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Judy Cheng 



Count your age 
by those who are dear 
not years. 
Count your life 
by laughter and smiles 
not tears. 

To my family and friends and mentors — 

I give my everlasting appreciation and love. 

God bless . . . 

Judy 




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THESE IMPORTANT YEARS 

WELL, YOU GET UP EVERY MORNING 
AND YOU SEE, IT'S STILL THE SAME 
ALL THE FLOORS AND ALL THE WALLS 
AND ALL THE REST REMAINS 
NOTHING CHANGES FAST ENOUGH 
THE HURRY, WORRY DAYS 
IT MAKES YOU WANT TO GIVE IT UP 
AND DRIFT INTO A HAZE 

REVELATIONS SEEM TO BE ANOTHER WAY 
TO MAKE THE DAYS GO FASTER ANYWAYS 

WE'RE ALL EXCHANGING PLEASANTRIES 

NO MATTER HOW WE FEEL 

AND NO ONE KNOWS THE DIFFERENCE 

'CAUSE IT ALL SEEMS SO UNREAL 

YOU'D BETTER GRAB AHOLD OF SOMETHING 

SIMPLE BUT IT'S TRUE 

IF YOU DON'T STOP TO SMELL THE ROSES NOW 

THEY MIGHT END UP ON YOU 

EXPECTATIONS ONLY MEAN YOU REALLY 

THINK YOU KNOW 

WHAT'S COMING NEXT, AND YOU DON'T 

YEARBOOKS WITH THEIR AUTOGRAPHS 

FROM FRIENDS YOU MIGHT HAVE HAD 

THESE ARE YOUR IMPORTANT YEARS 

YOU'D BETTER MAKE THEM LAST 

FALLING IN AND OUT OF LOVE JUST LIKE . . . 

THESE ARE YOUR IMPORTANT YEARS, YOUR 

LIFE 

ONCE YOU'VE SEEN THE LIGHT, YOU FINALLY 
REALIZE IT MIGHT END UP ALL RIGHT 
IT MIGHT END UP ALL RIGHT NOW 

HUSKER DU 




Medical school has been an enlightening 
experience . . . Europe, Club Med vacations, 
parties, anatomy lab partners, getting mar- 
ried, friends, O.B. call, Berlin Wall, San 
Fran, earthquake, 49ers Super Bowl, S.F. 
Giants (almost), East Germany, . . . 



Amy Jo Ptaszek 




Special thanks to my family for 
their prayers and support — I could 
not have done it without you. 




William Wilkens 




WE BELIEVE 

UNLESS HUMANITY ELIMINATES NUCLEAR WEAPONS, NUCLEAR WEAPON 
WILL ELIMINATE HUMANITY. 

NUCLEAR WEAPONS WILL DISAPPEAR WHEN EXPLOITATION CEASES. 

HUMANITY IS EXPLOITED AND ENSLAVED BY FALSE VALUES l 
SELF ABOVE OTHERS 
COMFORT ABOVE LIFE 

SHARING TRUTH IS FREEDOM. 

BELIEVING LIES BREEDS FEAR. 

SPREADING LIES IS SUICIDAL. 

LIFE IS FOR GROWING. 

WE GROW BY SHARING. 

WE LEAD BY EXAMPLE. 

WE REAP WHAT WE SOW. 



'When I give food 
to the poor, 
they call me a saint. 

When I ask why the 
poor have no food, 
they call me a 
communist." 

- Dom Helder Camara 



Excerpts of Mitchell's 
statement to North 

"... in America disagreement with the 
policies of the government is not evi- 
dence of lack of patriotism. I want to re- 
peat that. In America, disagreement with 
the policies of the government is not evi- 
dence of lack of patriotism." 



WE WORK FOR PEACE 

. . . SHOULD YOU? 

Albert Einstein 

"Each escalation appears as the unavoidable result of 
the previous one, until eventually there beckons 
before us the specter of mutual annihilation.. .The 
splitting of the atom has changed everything save 
our mode of thinking, and thus we drift towards 
unparalleled catastrophe. We shall require a 
substantially new manner of thinking. . . to survive." 



Jonathan Mueller 




Mitch, Joe, and Jon pose for 
the "before" picture in a 
Hairline creations ad. 



CENSORED! 



Enraged classmates tired of Jon supplying his Bow- 
el habit with Loyola issue paper present him with 
the "Golden Roll Award" (116 rolls). The plaque 
reads "Merry Christmass you cheap Scrooge." 



Christine Schwartz-Peterson 





Special thanks to my father 
Walter James, and mother, 
Nancy, who always gave me 
the love, encouragement and 
freedom to pursue all my 
dreams, and who taught me 
"life is a game and in order 
to win at it, you have to get 
to the plate and swing." I 
also want to thank my hus- 
band Mike, who recognized 
my potential long before I 
did and who gave me the 
strength and support to 
achieve my goals. Thank you 
for believing in me. If it 
wasn't for you three, I doubt 
I would be where I am today 
. . . $40,000 in debt ... and a 
M.D.. 

I love you all very much. 



Randy Gibb 




Bill Jawien 








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SUN- TIMES 'Nancy Sluenkel 



match made in medical school 

jating medical student Amy Jo Ptasiek celebrates alter learning she was accepted to 
at Northwestern Memorial Hospital next year. She was at a Berwyn bar with 100 students 
Loyola's Strltch School of Medicine (or the annual "Match Day" ritual. Story on Page S 



Just what the doctor ordered 

Ruth Pang exults upon learning Wednesday 
that she will do her residency at the hospital 
of her choice, Loyola. Pang, of Loyola Uni- 



versity's medical school, and class 
were at a Berwyn bar awaiting results 
National Residency Matching Program. 



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THURSDAY. MARCH 21, 1991 



5* Sports Final 



Hospital hunt ends on med students' 'Match Day' 



By Maudlyne Ihejirika 

Staff Wnler 

Emmuiiuella Joseph. 25, of the North 
Side was loir scared to open the envelope. 
So she save it to her sister and ran oil' to 
^et telephone change. 

Her sister'^ scream brought her hurry- 
ing hack. 

-foseph. one ol 100 students graduating 
from Loyola University's Stritch School of 
Medicine in Maywood. took the envelope 
and soon was screaming, too. 

It was "Match Day" again, an annual 
rite of spring when graduating medical 
students across the country learn where 
they will continue their training in hospi- 
tal residency programs. 

Joseph had gathered with her fellow 



students at M. T. Spirits saloon in Ber- 
wvn for the ritual opening of envelopes, 
occurring simultaneously for medical 
schools across the nation. 

She found she had heen accepted at her 
first of 20 choices for hospital residency 
programs. She will fill one of two slots 
open in the University of Chicago Hospi- 
tals' advanced plastic surgery program — 
one of only nine such positions open in 
rhe United States. 

"I'm m shock. I'm so happy." said 
Joseph. "1 wanted to he a surgeon so very 
hadly, so I'd ---aid I'd go anywhere and 
take anything. But I really wanted to stay 
in Chicago, near my family. This was too 
much to hope for." 

Similar sentiments were expressed by 
Mark Kaucher. 27, of Worcester. Mass.. 



accepted by the third of his 12 choices, 
the obsteirics/gynecology program at 
Hartford Hospital in Hartford. Conn. 

"Oh. my (Jod!" he yelled, upon opening 
the envelope. 

"I'm ecstatic." he ^aid. "I'm just sur- 
prised 1 got one of my first three choices. 
All three were comparable, so there's no 
disappointment. I'm so happy to be going 
back to the Host Coast." 

Annually, 15,000 seniors nationwide go 
through the ritual that began last fall with 
applications to their preferred programs. 
Next came visits and interviews. Then 
students and hospitals ranked each other 
by order of preference. Finally, the Na- 
tional Residency Matching Program put 
them together. 

But sometimes togetherness is lost on 



the computer, as in the case of Mary 
Uckerman. 27. and her husband, Bryan 
Mitchell. 2fi. of La Grange. 

Uckerman got her first choice — the pa- 
thology program at Presbyterian-St. 
Luke's Hospital, while Mitchell got his 
second — pathology at the University of 
Chicago Hospitals. 

"It's kind of disappointing.'' said Ucker- 
man. "It would have been nice to be 
together." 

"But we talked about the fact that this 
might happen, beforehand," said Mitchell. 
"So I'm OK with it. On the bright side, 
we'll get to spend vacations together. If we 
were in the same program, there's no way 
they'd let us both go at the same time. 
We'd have to stagger vacations. So this 
isn't so bad." 



March 20, 1991, 10:30 AM - tension is mounting 

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11:00 AM - The Big Moment 




11:30 AM - time to eat, drink, and celebrate with friends! 

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Life after Loyola 



Ahari, Heideh 
Ahuja, Sunil 
Amin, Jatin 
Andren, Michelle 
Andrey, Jeffrey 
Angell, Lisa 
Awa, Penny 
Bansal, Mini 
Beck, Kenneth 
Biafore, Jo-Anne 
Biester, Elaine 
Blank, David 
Borkowski, Anne 
Bote, Herb 
Bresch, Janet 
Byrne, James 
Candel, Alvaro 
Carter, Stephen 
Caruso, Anthony 
Chan, Edward Vte 
Cheng, Judy 
Collins, Janet 
Crouch, David 
Czaja, Judy 
deLorimier, Arthur 
DiFazio, Marc 
DiSilvestro, Vincent 
Drolet, Beth 
Erlich, Elyse 
Faucher, Mark 
Gibb, Randall 
Giersch, Brian 
Giersch, Janet Lee 
Grace, Mary 
Grandinetti, Philip 
Greco, David 
Grubman, Mitchell 
Hamill, Nicholas 
Hammer, Janet 
Helmchen, Donna 
Hidalgo, Raynelda 
Jachec, Michael 
Javors, Jennifer 
Javvien, William 
Joseph, Emmanuella 
Kappadakunnel, Sunil 
Kashyap, Susan 
Kellow, Robert 
Kim, Kathy 
Koop, James 
Korner, Paul 
Koschnitzki, Kenneth 
Kudlacik, Martha 
Kut, Joseph 
Lane, J. David 
Lee, Donna 
Leonard, Raymond 
Lin, Steven C. 
Ma, Wendy 
MacKenzie, Glen 



Loyola 

Loyola 

Loyola 

Rush-Presbyterian-St. Lukes 

Loyola 

SUNY Health Sciences-Syracuse 

University of Chicago 

Medical College of Ohio-Toledo 

Evanston Hospital 

Emory University 

Loyola 

Children's Hospital-LA 

St. Francis-Evanston 

Loyola 

University of Illinois 

University of So. California 

Loyola 

White Memorial-LA 

Nassau County Med. Ctr.-NY 

St. Vincents Hosp. 

UC-Irvine Med. Ctr. 

Lutheran General Hospital 

Madigan Army Med. Ctr. 

Mayo 

Tripler Army Med. Ctr. 

Walter Reed Army Med. Ctr. 

Loyola 

Univ. of Colorado 

Loyola 

Hartford Hospital 

St. Louis University 

University of Kentucky 

University of Kentucky 

UC-Davis Med. Ctr. 

Lutheran General Hospital 

Fitzsimons Army Med. Ctr. 

Flushing Hospital 

Loyola 

St. Louis Children's Hospital 

Medical College of Wisconsin 

St. Josephs Hospital 

Henry Ford Hospital 

Mercy Hospital-San Diego 

Oakland Naval Hospital 

University of Chicago 

Loyola 

Medical College of Georgia 

Brooke Army Med. Ctr. 

Loyola 

Lutheran General Hospital 

Illinois Masonic Med. Ctr. 

Tripler Army Med. Ctr. 

Harbor-UCLA Med. Ctr. 

Rush-Presbyterian-St. Lukes 

Madigan Army Med. Ctr. 

UCLA Med. Ctr. 

Baystate Med. Ctr. 

Santa Barbara Cottage 

Madigan Army Med. Ctr. 

Glendale Adventist 



Surgery 

Surgery 

Medicine 

Medicine 

Medicine 

Obstetrics/Gynecology 

Anesthesiology 

Phys. Med. & Rehab. 

Pathology 

Radiology 

Surgery 

Pediatrics 

Obstetrics/Gynecology 

Surgery 

Ophthalmology 

Obstetrics/Gynecology 

Pathology 

Obstetrics/Gynecology 

Obstetrics/Gynecology 

Obstetrics/Gynecology 

Pediatrits 

Medicine 

Family Practice 

Surgery 

Pediatrics 

Pediatrics 

Medicine 

Medicine 

Obstetrics/Gynecology 

Obstetrics/Gynecology 

Obstetrics/Gynecology 

Phys. Med. & Rehab. 

Pathology 

Pediatrics 

Family Practice 

Surgery 

Surgery 

Surgery 

Pediatrics 

Emergency Medicine 

Obstetrics/Gynecology 

Radiology 

Medicine 

Medicine 

Plastic Surgery 

Anesthesiology 

Medicine 

Pediatrics 

Medicine 

Medicine 

Obstetrics/Gynecology 

Pediatrics 

Pathology 

Psychiatry 

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Anesthesiology 

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Maffeo, John 
Maguire, Peter 
Manion, Sean 
Marlowe, Taylor 
Marzo, Sam 
Mason, Mary 
McCarthy, Patrick 
McCauley, Peter 
McGuiness, John 
McNally, Joseph 
Meyer, Raymond 
Mitchell, Bryan 
Mueller, Dale 
Mueller, Jonathan 
Najman, David 
Norvid, Peter 
Noyes, Diane 
Odorisi, Marc 
Olgren, Michael 
Palmieri, Pier-Paolo 
Pang, Ruth 
Pasquale, Christopher 
Pierce, Devi 
Ptaszek, Amy Jo 
Pyka, Manfred 
Radke, James 
Reiss, Bethany 
Rhee, James 
Rohrmann, Lynn 
Rypkema, David 
Sanzone, Anthony 
Savage, Alison 
Scanlon, M. Susan 
Scannell, Michael 
Schilke, Peter 
Schneider, Susan 
Schwartz-Peterson, C. 
Shah, Bharat 
Shamseldin, Shannon 
Shuen, Joseph 
Stack, Edward 
Stevens, Mark 
Surdukowski, Joan 
Swiatek, Jennifer 
Swiersz, Lillian 
Tayeh, Linda 
Tijunelis, Rasa 
Tiritilli, Mark 
Tully, Thomas 
Uckerman, Mary 
Vassmer, Linda 
Wall, Sharon 
Wallace, Donna 
Wiess, Timothy 
Wilkens, William 
Worsch, Lisa 
Yoshinaka, Rody 
Yu, Austin 
Ziomek, James 
Zoko, Louis 



Valley Med. Ctr.-Fresno 

Kaiser Perm. -Oakland 

Loyola 

Emory University 

Loyola 

SE Fam. Prac. -Kenosha 

Fitzsimons Army Med. Ctr. 

UC-Irvine Med. Ctr. 

Wright State University 

University of Michigan 

Northwestern University 

University of Chicago 

Loyola 

Madigan Army Med. Ctr. 

Jewish Hospital-St. Louis 

UC-Davis Med. Ctr. 

Tripler Army Med. Ctr. 

Strong Memorial Hospital 

Wayne State University 

University of Chicago 

Loyola 

Mayo 

Loyola 

Northwestern University 

Loyola 

Medical College of Wisconsin 

Lutheran General Hospital 

Loyola 

William Beaumont Hospital 

Medical College of Wisconsin 

UHS/Chicago Medical School 

UC-Davis Med. Ctr. 

University of So. California 

Balboa Naval Hospital 

Emory University 

Temple University 

Resurrection Med. Ctr. 

Cleveland Clinic 

Providence Fam. Med. Ctr. 

Indiana University 

St. Louis University 

St. Mary-Corwin Hospital 

Mercy Hospital 

Loyola 

Kaiser Perm. -Oakland 

Loyola 

St. Joseph Hospital-Denver 

Indiana University 

Indiana University 

Rush-Presbyterian-St. Lukes 

Lutheran General Hospital 

Loyola 

UC-San Diego Med. Ctr. 

Madigan Army Med. Ctr. 

Evanston Hospital 

Washington Hospital 

UC-Irvine Med. Ctr. 

University of Chicago 

Loyola 

Loyola 



Medicine 

Pediatrics 

Urology 

Pediatrics 

Surgery 

Family Practice 

Surgery 

Medicine 

Obstetrics/Gynecology 

Psychiatry 

Orthopaedics 

Pathology 

Surgery 

Medicine 

Medicine 

Medicine 

Medicine 

Medicine 

Emergency Medicine 

Pediatrics 

Obstetrics/Gynecology 

Phys. Med. & Rehab. 

Medicine 

Orthopaedics 

Medicine 

Medicine 

Medicine 

Surgery 

Transitional 

Anesthesiology 

Surgery 

Medicine 

Obstetrics/Gynecology 

Psychiatry 

Pathology 

Surgery 

Family Practice 

Otolaryngology 

Family Practice 

Anesthesiology 

Ophthalmology 

Family Practice 

Emergency Medicine 

Medicine/Pediatrics 

Obstetrics/Gynecology 

Medicine/Pediatrics 

Medicine 

Medicine/Pediatrics 

Medicine 

Pathology 

Pediatrics 

Medicine/Pediatrics 

Pathology 

Obstetrics/Gynecology 

Pathology 

Obstetrics/Gynecology 

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THE FUN-TIME* 

Hello there yearbook peoole. He here at the Fun-Tiies feel it But I still haven't found I I 



Hello there yearbook peoole. He here at the Fun-Tiies feel it 
iiperative to respond to your request via Hikey Olgren'i terrible 
rip-off of our sacred newsletter. He Mst show the that Fun- 
Tiies is often iaitated, never equaled. Especially not by Hikey. 
He won't like this— he hates everything. 

He have deigned to allow you to review all the issues of the Fun- 
Tiaes ever written, plus, as an added bonus, the last issue 
(issue 113) that was written last year and posted by the 
■ailboxes, only to be torn down by soteone before anyone else had 
the opportunity to be enlightened by our wisdoa. And, as your 
free gift, new aaterial you aay feel free to include in the 
yearbook. Of course, we expect ALL of this to be included. In 
fact, there should be a separate voluae to detail how the Fun- 
Tiies has changed the course of history... But we digress. 

MORE N£N STUFF i 

Since this is yearbook tiie, how about tore superlatives? 

—Host likely to be dirt poor in twenty years! Linda Vasster 

—Host likely to be obscenely weathy: Hitch 6rubaan 

—Host likely to be obscene: Tony Sanzone 

-Host likely to strap theaselves to a whaling ship: Hark 

Tiritilli 
—Host likely to own a whaling shipi Joe Kut 
—Host likely to narry soaeone named Huffy: Sean Hanion 
—Host likely to tarry soteone naaed Biff: Sue Scanlon 
—Host likely to not show up at class 10 year reunion: Drew 

Kowalkowski 
— Most likely to show up to class 10 year reunion with pink hairi 

nary 6race 
—Host likely to show up to class 10 year reunion with no hair: 

Joe McNally 
— Class flirts: Hanny Pyka, Chris Schwartz 

OUR CLASS SONG (to the tune of a song by U2) 

I have ditbed the highest tountains 

I have run through the halls 

Only to pass this school 

Only to graduate 

I have read, I have scrawled 

I have scheduled thirty interviews 

Only to find a school 

Only to know what to do 

But I still haven't found 

What It looking for 

I have kissed tany butts 

Felt the healing in their fingertips 

It burned like fire 

This aoming's coffee 

I have spoke with the tongue of angels 

I have held the hand of a devil 

It was wan at the VA 

During that psych rotation 



But I still haven't found 
Hhat I'm looking for 

REELING IN THE YEARS: (or As Tite Goes By) Henries: 

First Year: Freshaen yet again. Reaeaber how scared we 
were, how naive we were? How we actually paid for our 
parking cards, and how knowledgable the seniors seeaed? 
Things have changed. Reaeaber biochea quizzes, that 
formaldehyde saell, or the first tite you really thought 
you were going to fail? Or the tite you really did? 

Second Yean Now we settled down to work, resigned to what 
had to be done. But wait a ainute, there still was soae 
tiae to party. Hicro/phara/path, and the dreaded Organ 
Systeas. Does anyone reaeaber anything froa Coaedy 
Medicine? 

Third Year: On the floors. Starting IVs. Hatching as 
patients' blood pooled on the floor. Huabling through case 
presentations, wondering what the hell aa I doing here. 
And just what the hell do I want to do with the rest of ay 
life? 

Fourth Yean Still trying to figure out what to do. Try-out 
elective?. Interviews. It all never seeas to end. Hatch 
Day. Vacation electives. Cardiographies. GRADUATION! ! 

UNANSWERED QUESTIONS: Although we have learned a lot, there 

are still a few unanswered questions... 

—Just what exactly is that creaay white soap in the 

bathrooas? 

-If the roughly $2,000,000 collected in tuition each year 

is not enough to pay for our education, where does the money 

go? [Haybe the Freeark Tower or the aile away parking 

structure, which, by the way will be finished just in tiae 

for our graduation.] 

-Hhat is that mountain of dirt east of 1st Ave.? 

-Should the cafeteria food really be served to people 

already lick? 

PARTING SHOTS: 

-I light be bitter, but just what does AOA stand for? 

Absence of Outside Activities? 

—How do you pronounce Vte? 

—As an attending, would you put up with a student leaving 

rounds to go play volleyball? 

— Bharat, grow back the 'stache. 

It's been real. It's been fun. And, yeah, it's been real 
fun. He would like to thank you all for being such a cool 
class, even though we are the paragon of cool. Haybe soae 
day you'll see this column in the New England Journal . Too 
bad none of you were able to figure out 'our' true identity. 
But then again, who would believe the Dean of Student 
Affairs would write such a thing... 

Good luck to all of you. 



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Anesthesiology 

Cardiovascular Surgery 

Dean of Students Office 

Dean Ralph Leischner 

Internal Medicine 

Medical Student Union 

Microbiology 

Nuclear Medicine 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Ophthalmology 

Orthopedics 

Otolaryngology 

Pathology 

Pediatrics 

Pharmacology 

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How we thank God for you 
Jim Byrne 




With much love, endless pride 
and continued prayers for our 
"Drin-Drin". God Bless You!! 

Mom, Dad 
Maureen, Patrick and Francine 



Lynn, 

Congratulations and God Bless. 
The best is yet to come! 

Love, Mom, Bruce, Gail 
Lance, Mark I + 11 



Dear Peter, 

You have made us very proud 
today. We wish you and the Class 
of 1991 a future filled with success 
and happiness. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad, Jim, Anna, Steve 

and Grandpa 



Your hard work, 

perseverance, and 

commitment to duty, has 

earned you the right to be 

called 

Dr. Lillian Swiersz 

With much love and 

endless pride from 

Mom and Dad, 

]eannette and Kathleen 



Hey Deege 

We did it! 

Congratulations Dave 

Mom and Dad 

Steve, Lenore, Sharon, 

Susie, and Kim too! 

We're all proud of you D.J. 



To our Son 
Dr. Sam Marzo 

Words cannot express how 

proud we are of you. You 

know what's in our hearts! 

We wish you continued 

success and happiness. 



With all our love, 

Mom, Dad, Wife Martina, 

Sisters Kerrie, Kathy & Kim 




We are so 
proud of 

you, 
"Dr. Jan"! 



Brains, Beauty, 

and Dedication 

Are A Great 

Combination! 



We Love You 
Mom, Dad and Ryan 




>et mc a task in which 
1 can put something 
of myself. 

and it is a task no Longer; 
it is joy; 
it is art. 



Congratulations Dr. Lisa! 

With much pride & love 

Mom and Dad 




Congratulations to our son Bob 

& the Class of 1991. 
Much love & pride from all the 
Kellow's, Shaw's & Dehority's. 



To Dr. Sunil Kappadakunnel: 

Congratulations, 
With lots of love. 

We are so proud of you! 

Dad, Mom, and Maggie 



Janet Zeiler Bresch 

Gunnar Award Recipient 

1990-91 

You set your sights 

and did it! 

Now the eyes of the world 

are in good hands. 

We're so proud of you. 

Love, 

Jim Mom and Dad 

Sharon & Kris Chris & Peter 



Dr. James Radke 

That Looks Great 
It Is Great 

We are so proud of you. 

Congratulations! 

Mom, Dad, Pamela 
and Aunt Grace 



Congratulations Wendy! 

We are very proud of you. 

May you have continued 

success and happiness in 

all your future. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad, 

rest of the Ma family, 

and friends. 



Happy Landings 

After 4 Years! 
Dr. Joe McNally 



Love and Pride 

Mom & Dad 

Chris, Phil, 

Anne & Larry, 

Grandma Peg 

Love From Above 

Gross-Fran- 

Grandfathers- 

Friskey 





Hooray for 

Dr. Pat 
McCarthy 



Congratulations, Dr. Ruth! 

"Can anybody remember when 

the times were not hard and 

money was not scarce?" 

— Ralph Waldo Emerson 

You made it! 

We're proud of you. 

Love, 

The Pang Family 

Dad, Mom, Pauline, and Grace 



Congratulations 
Jennifer Jayne Swiatek, 

B.S., M.S., M.D.! 

May God be always with you while to 
tend to those who need your help . . . 
and may His Spirit inspire you when 
you need His guidance. 




With Love and Pride, 

Mom and Dad, 

Matthew, 

Melissa, Grandfathers 

Swiatek and Pecak, 

Family and Friends. 

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Rody, 

Congratulations 
on fulfilling 
a declaration 
you made on 
December 1, 
1974 



— Your wish to become a doctor. 
This picture with hands on the Bible, 
when taken, is the day you made 
that pledge to us. Your mother and I 
are real proud and we are both glad 
to have worked towards helping you 
attain your goal. Thank you from the 
both of us, you've given us a 
lifetime of happiness. 



Congratulations! 




Amy Jo Ptaszek, M.D. 

Love . . . Mom & Dad, Brian, David & 

Barbara, Susan & Mel, Sandra & Dario and 

Your Grandparents 



Congratulations 

to the 

Class of 1991! 



The whole family is 

behind you, Jon 

Congratulations! 

We Love You 




'*^§P' Cwigratulatums! 



Dr. Judy Cheng 



We are all very proud 
of you. Good Luck ! 




from 



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John C.„ Shu-Fen, 
Maxwell & Gilbert Cheng 




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Dearest Bud, 
Congratulations! 

It's about time you got a job. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad & Sue 



Congratulations 

to Sharon 

and the 

Class of 1991 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Wall 

and Family 

"And they departed, and went through the 
towns, preaching the gospel, and healing 
everywhere they went." 

Luke 9:6 



So the name to be 
Is Edward Stack M.D. 

This is something we have 
looked forward to see. 
Your years of working, 
studying and learning, 
have given you the degree 
for which you were yearning. 
You are the light that 
managed to shine 
and stand out in 
our family of nine. 

"May this be the year all your 
dreams will come true." 

Your proud family 



We are so proud of you, 



// 



Dr. Bill Wilkens! 



// 




We love you 
Your family, 
Mom & Dad 

(Mary & Herman) 
Brother - Rick 
Sisters - Helen 
Mary Ann Levar 
& Family 

(Alderman Pat, 

Pat, Jr., 

Michelle, 

Ryan 

Julie) 



Congratulations, Dr. John McGuiness 

Love 

Mom & Dad 

Mary 

Patricia 

Michelle 

& 
Michael 

We all are so proud of you. 



To our Paul Korner M.D. 




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Congratulations! 

Good luck and success 

in your career! 

You're great! 



We love you, 

Mom, Dad, Richie and 
and the whole family 



Lupu 



Congratulations! 
Dr. David Greco 

We just wanted to express, 

how proud 

we are 

of your 

success. 



Your family, 
Mom, Dad 
and Colleen 




As you take the Oath Class of 

'91 please understand how very 

proud you have made us all. 

Congratulations 
Ray Meyer, 

the whole world will be happy 

to meet a wonderful 

doctor like you. 

A Secret Admirer. 




Arthur J. deLorimier 

Dad is proud of his son, 

the Captain. 

All of the family 

is proud too. 

With love and prayers — Mom 



Congratulations Dave! 

May you always keep your 

priorities as they are and 

continue to live life in 

"double chunks." 

We love you, 

Mom, Dad, Mike and Laura 
Kay and Lindsey 



With congratulations 
and best wishes 
from "all of us" 

PHILIP it's a very special pleasure 

to send this wish your way 

For a happy celebration 

of your Loyola Med School Graduation 

And to hope that all the plans and dreams 

you've shared with your family 

Will continue to bring happiness 

through the many years ahead. 

God Bless You 
Love, 

Dad & Mom, Dr. Vickie, Jennifer, April, Sam, 
Victor, Elise, Debora, Rachel, Melissa, 
Charmaine, Yvette, David and esp. Anna 



We are so proud of our 

"Dr. Mark!" 




We Love You 

Your family - The Fauchers 

Mom, Dad & Steve 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 

to our daughter 

Dr. Janet (Grabski) Giersch 




and our son-in-law 
Dr. Brian Giersch 

We wish you success and happiness 

in all your future years. 

Our love to both of you 

Mom and Dad, Daniel, Richard, 

Robert, Karen 



Congratulations, 
We're so proud of our son 

Dr. Brian P. Giersch 

and daughter-in-law 

Dr. Janet L. Giersch 

With Love, 

Mom & Dad 
Al, Ken, 
Ginger, Misty, 
& Frosty 



Congratulations 

Dr. Susan 
Scanlon!!!! 

Our very best wishes to 

you and the 

Class of 1991. 

We are very proud. 

Mom, Dad, John, Julie, 

Kate, Beth, Margaret & 

Chuck 



Congratulations 
Dr. J. David Lane 

& Class of 1991 




Motivation, self-discipline & dedication 

Mom & Dad Lane 

brothers, Jim & Steve 

wife Trish 



Congratulations 




Peter! 



Mother joins us all in this proud moment. 

Your presence on this earth has always 

made our lives richer. You and Vanessa 

are wonderful examples of Love, Patience, 

Kindness, and Persistence. 

DAD, EDITH, and ALL YOUR BROTHERS AND 

SISTERS 




Congratulations Ken! 

We wish you "Happiness & 

Success" 

In the years to come! 

Love, 

Dad, Mom, Dave & 

Vicki 



A toast to Pete on Graduation Day! 
Another Quincy is headed our way! 
Your school days are over, 

your nights at Weeds, too! 
The "poor student" excuse will no longer do! 
From Augie to Loyola, on to the Path lab 
It now is YOUR turn to pick up the Tab! 




Congratulations 
& Lots of Love, 
Mom, 

Greg, Lucy, 
Bri & Zac 



To Dr. David 
Blank 

Congratulaitons! 

We are proud of you 

and 

We love you 

Mom and Dad 

Sisters: A viva and Elana 

Brothers: 

Joseph and Danny 



Since you are a boy, \\\\ll\\\\i : 

We know you Will :::::::•:::, 

dedicate yourself to 

relieve human ::iii::iii:: : 

Suffering. I:::::::::::: 




Congratulations "Dr. Austin!" 

We are so proud of "Yu". 

Wish you success and happiness 

in years to come. 

With endless love, 

Dad, Mom, and Monica 




"Hmm! Looks like I need to do surgery." 

Sue, we forgive you for getting 
your 2-wheel bike early. 

Congratulations! 
We're proud of you. 

The Schneiders 

Mom, Dad, Terry and Family, 

and Kathy 

Proverbs 1:1-9 



Congratulations Jim! 
With Pride & Love 



Mom, 

Dad, 

Mike, 

Craig, 

Warlock, 

& Viking 




Congratulations 

Dr. Michael Collins Scannell 

Best Wishes 

From 

Mom, Dad, Bill, 

Dan, Kev 




Dearest Randall, 
Congratulations! 

We are so proud of you and all that 
you have accomplished. May God bless 
you and keep you. 

All our love, 
Dad, Mom, Mark, 
Kristen & Rebecca 



Congratulations! 

Dr. Manfred J. 

Pyka 

May the force continue to 

be with you. 

We love you. 

Mom 

Lynn 

Suzanne 

Norman 




James J. Ziomek, 
M.D. 

Congratulations, Jim, 

on all your 

accomplishments 

(son, husband, father, 

friend) 

AOA, and upon 

reaching your ultimate 

goal! 

Love, 

Mom & the 

memory of Dad 



We'll see you at the top! 
Love, 




Yes! 



Best wishes to the Class of '91 



Dad and Mom, Mark, Mandy 
and Don 



The Yearbook Staff 




'We need some fuel . . 



A source of inspiration or what! 




Genuine Hitler- Youth Yearbook edi 
tor. 




Thank God for "the Korean Connection" 
Asst. Editor, and a darn good 

one! Two selfless helpers 



A modern day Picasso. 



Glad that the book is done. 





Yearbook committee: Lisa Angell, Randy Gibb, 
Nicholas Hamill, Kathy Kim, Ken Koschnitzki, 
Donna Lee, Ruth Pang, and Pete Schilke. 

The yearbook staff would like to extend a 
special Thanks to Bob Vic of Medical Photogra- 
phy for providing the aerial and departmental pic- 
tures, along with Maureen and Lisa in the Dean 
of Students Office for their patience and time in 
dealing with the often confused and disorganized 
editor and staff. 



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generally accorded or made available to students at the 
school Loyola University don not discriminate on the 
basis of race, color, sex or national or ethnic origin in ad- 
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