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GRADUATING CLASS OF 1992 



Cara Lynn Ackerman, M.D. 
Mahboob Mohammed Alikan, M.D. 
Richard Charles Anderson, M.D. 
Gregory John Andros, M.D. 
Niren Angle, M.D. 
Marian Elizabeth Asfeld, M.D. 
Divyeshkumar M. Bhatt, M.D. 
Laura Kay Bitts, M.D. 
Geoffrey L. Bloomfield, M.D. 
Harsimran Singh Brara, M.D. 
Jacqueline Linda Brown, M.D. 
Patrick Clayton Brown, M.D. 
Coleen Anne Carignan, M.D. 
Tony John Carnevale, M.D. 
Juan P. Casadevalls, M.D. 
E. Michael Cassidy, M.D. 
Corinne C. Chan, M.D. 
Eileen Silkwen Chan, M.D. 
Mark Tekseng Chan, M.D. 
Arti Chandra, M.D. 
Douglas M. Christenson, M.D. 
Winston Chung, M.D. 
Michael Vincent Coogan, M.D. 
Bradley Scott Coolidge, M.D. 
Gina Marie Dado, M.D. 
Mary Ellen Dahl, M.D. 
Ann Renee Davis, M.D. 
Terrence William Dempsey, M.D. 
Sonu Dhillon, M.D. 
Daniel Bernard DiGiulio, M.D. 
Andrew Joseph Dowd, M.D. 
Robert Steven Dudek, M.D. 
Mary Elizabeth Eraci, M.D. 
Anne Gerard Farrell, M.D. 
James Joseph Fitzgibbons, M.D. 
Lloyd Mack Flatt, M.D. 
Robert Peter Fuller, M.D. 
David Ray Guis, M.D. 
Mark Luke Goode, M.D. 
Alan Gerard Gora, M.D. 
Patricia L. Griffith, M.D. 
John Morin Harpenau, M.D. 
Doris Sandra Hein, M.D. 
Elisa Ann Hofmann, M.D. 
Cecelia Elizabeth Holmes, M.D. 
Kenworth Holness, M.D. 
Patrick Chihpin Hsu, M.D. 
Joseph Hwang, M.D. 
Marc Harvey Incerpi, M.D. 
Kathleen Rose Jacobson, M.D. 
Derek Jerry Jue, M.D. 
Anoop Hari Kama, M.D. 
Daniel Joseph Kay, M.D. 
Joshua Kellman, M.D. 
Philip Sunghan Kim, M.D. 
Kristian Joseph Kinel, M.D. 
Pamela Michelle Klein, M.D. 
Nancy Vadja Koch, M.D. 
Kevin M. Koutsky, M.D. 
Kevin Jerome Kovach, M.D. 
Kimberly Anne Koval, M.D. 
Andrew J. Kowalkowski, M.D. 
David Bradley Kozlov, M.D. 
Michael Doug-gai Kwan, M.D. 



Edward Min Jae Lee, M.D. 
Mary Helen Lesnefsky, M.D. 
John Ardis Linfoot, Jr., M.D. 
Theresa Lisnich-Karacic, M.D. 
Anne M. Loosmann, M.D. 
Bertha Amparo Lopez, M.D. 
Timothy Jay Louie, M.D. 
Denis Joseph Mahar, M.D. 
Darryl Evan Malak, M.D. 
Shiva Jebedar Maralani, M.D. 
William Robert Martin, M.D. 
Ann Marie Mauer, M.D. 
Michael Patrick McGill, M.D. 
Keith Austin McLean, M.D. 
Peter Mihalakakos, M.D. 
Gregory Kenneth Milani, M.D. 
Madeline T. Moriarty, M.D. 
Steven Cyrus Motarjeme, M.D. 
Darren Glenn Nelson, M.D. 
Elaine Elinor Nelson, M.D. 
RimasJ. Nemickas, M.D. 
Robert Allen Nonn, M.D. 
Sharon Elizabeth O'Brien, M.D. 
Jeffrey Lee Osofsky, M.D. 
Edmund Brian Paloyan, M.D. 
Brenda Marie Pierce, M.D. 
Jacqueline Mary Poggi, M.D. 
Jere Lynne Ponder, M.D. 
Nadine Frances Potempa, M.D. 
Maura Parker Quinlan, M.D. 
Ann Marie Rahall, M.D. 
Arun Natesan Rama, M.D. 
Surya Prakash Rao, M.D. 
Susan Ellyn Reid, M.D. 
Nancy J. Reyes, M.D. 
Chariece L. Robinson, M.D. 
Michael Sean Romberg, M.D. 
Shannon Marie Rose, M.D. 
Frederick Anderson Rowe, M.D. 
Lucille Renee Russo, M.D. 
David Michael Sachtleben, M.D. 
Joseph Robert Sauer, M.D. 
Matthew Charles Scanlon, M.D. 
Mark Thomas Schemmel, M.D. 
Cynthia Kay Schieber, M.D. 
Rudolph Anthony Schlais, M.D. 
Richard Michael Shuey, M.D. 
Jeffrey Andrew Shulkin, M.D. 
Stacey Anne Simonson, M.D. 
Patrick Joseph Sims, M.D. 
Chandrasekhar Sompalli, M.D. 
Mary Beth E. Sullivan, M.D. 
Elliot TaketoSumi, M.D. 
Matthew James Susanka, M.D. 
Terrence Francis Swade, M.D. 
Kurt Masaru Tamaru, M.D. 
Mark Aaron Taylor, M.D. 
Gregory Paul Thibault, M.D. 
Susan Marie Tiona, M.D. 
William Patrick Towne, M.D. 
Craig Steven Tutton, M.D. 
Mark G. Vranicar, M.D. 
Dennis Gary Yick, M.D. 



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Administration, Departments, and Staff 



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Administration 




Father Raymond Baumhart, SJ 
President, Loyola University Chicago 




Daniel Winship, M.D. 
Dean, Stritch School of Medicine 




Michael Rainey, Ph.D. 
Associate Dean, Student Affairs 




Anthony Barbato, M.D. 
Provost, LUMC 




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Ralph Leischner, M.D. 
Senior Associate Dean 




James Whitehead 
Dean of Students 




Teresa Wronski 
Assistant Dean of Academic and Student Affairs 





Mary Langbein 
Assistant Dean of Educational Affairs 




Michael Lambesis 
Assistant Dean of Students 



Daniel Burr, Ph.D. 
Associate Dean of Admissions 



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Department of Anatomy 

John Clancy, Jr., Ph.D. — Chairperson 




Department of Anesthesiology 

Tadikonda L K. Rao, M.D. — Chairperson 




Department of Medicine 

Marion H. Brooks, M.D. — Acting Chairperson 




Department of Microbiology 

Katherine L Knight, Ph.D. — Chairperson 




Department of Neurology 

Gastone G. Celesia, M.D. — Chairperson 
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Department of Nuclear Medicine 

Robert E. Henkin, M.D. - Chairperson 




Department of OB/GYN 

John Gianopoulos, M.D. - Chairperson 




Department of Ophthalmology 

Walter M. Jay, M.D. — Chairperson 




Department of Otolaryngology 

Gregory J. Matz, M.D. — Chairperson 




Department of Pathology 

Ralph P. Leischner, M.D. — Chairperson 




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Israel Hanin, Ph.D. — Chairperson 




Department of Physiology 

James P. Filkins, Ph.D. — Chairperson 



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James E. Marks, M.D. — Chairperson 




Department of Surgery 

Robert J. Freeark, M.D. — Chairperson 




Department of Urology 

Robert Flanigan, M.D. - Chairperson 




Department of Psychiatry 

Robert DeVito, M.D. - Chairperson 






R. Morrison Hurley, M.D. 
Chairperson of Pediatrics 

Chairpersons of Departments 
not pictured. 



Leon Love, M.D. 
Chairperson of Radiology 



To the administration, departments and staff 
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IN MEMORIAM ... 





Robert Carlson. MX. Walter ri. Lotus. M.I). 

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Ralph Hester 
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Judie Carrino and Delores Harris 
Office of Student Affairs 




Lisa Harrison and Ginger Moore 
Dean of Students Office 




Genevieve Fitzgibbon, Lisa Lenz, June Wozniak, Jeanine Oczkowski 
Office of Registration and Records 





Jan Mixter 
Library Services 




Mary Mega 
Financial Aid 



JoAnne Sandoval and Mary Kroger, R.N. 
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Jean Trzos, Pat Saraz, and Tara Coleman 
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Seniors 



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Margaret J. Del Sol (Aug. 22, 1966-Oct. 11, 1990) 




Margaret was full of life, fun-loving, giving and car- 
ing. A good, pure, beautiful human being. We were so 
lucky to have known her for these two years. She was 
and still is a source of inspiration for us to work hard- 
er, to do our best. Not to do our best, after living 
through this tragedy, would be to waste the gift of her 
days with us. 

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ber the gift that she was and always will be. We'll 
always remember what Margaret's short life has 
meant to us, and never forget that each day is full of 
potential to be fulfilled or to be wasted. 

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Cara Lynn Ackerman 



Mahboob Mohammed Alikhan 



Richard Charles Anderson 






Gregory John Andros 



Niren Angle 



Marian Elizabeth Asfeld 






Divyeshkumar M. Bhatt 



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Laura Kay Bitts 



Geoffrey L. Bloomfield 






Harsimran Singh Brara 



Jacqueline Linda Brown 



Coleen Anne Carignan 






Tony John Carnevale 



Juan P. Casadevalls 



Emmet Michael Cassidy 






Corinne C. Chan 



Eileen Silkwen Chan 



Mark Tekseng Chan 



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Arti Chandra 



Douglas M. Christenson 



Winston Chung 






Michael Vincent Coogan 



Gina Marie Dado 



Mary Ellen Dahl 






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Ann Renee Davis 



Terrence William Dempsey 



Sonu Dhillon 






Daniel Bernard DiGiulio 



Andrew Joseph Dowd 



Robert Steven Dudek 






Mary Elizabeth Eraci 



Anne Gerard Farrell 



James Joseph Fitzgibbons 






Robert Peter Fuller 



Mark Luke Goode 



Alan Gerard Gora 



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Patricia L. Griffith 



John Morin Harpenau 



Elisa Ann Hofmann 






Cecelia Elizabeth Holmes 



Patrick Chihpin Hsu 



Joseph Hwang 






Marc Harvey Incerpi 



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Kathleen Rose Jacobson 



Derek Jerry J ue 






Anoop Hari Kama 



Joshua Kellman 



Philip Sunghan Kim 






Kristian Joseph Kinel 



Pamela Michelle Klein 



Nancy Vadja Koch 





Kevin lerome Kovach 




Kimberly Anne Koval 



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Michael Doug-gai Kwan 



Min Jae Lee 



Mary Helen Lesnefsky 






John Ardis Linfoot, Jr. 



Theresa Lisnich-Karacic 



Anne M. Loosmann 






Bertha Amparo Lopez 



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Timothy Jay Louie 



Denis Joseph Mahar 






Darryl Evan Malak 



Ann Marie Mauer 



Michael Patrick McGil 






Keith Austin McLean 



Peter Mihalakakos 



Gregory Kenneth Milani 






Madeline T. Moriarty 



Steven Cyrus Motarjeme 



Darren Glenn Nelson 



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Elaine Elinor Nelson 



Rimas I. Nemickas 



Robert Allen Nonn 






Sharon Elizabeth O'Brien 



Jeffrey Lee Osofsky 



Edmund Brian Paloyan 






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Brenda Marie Pierce 



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Jacqueline Mary Poggi 



Nadine Frances Potempa 






Maura Parker Quinlan 



Ann Marie Rahall 



Arun Natesan Rama 






Surya Prakash Rao 



Susan Ellyn Reid 



Nancy J. Reyes 






Chariece L. Robinson 



Michael Sean Romberg 



Shannon Marie Rose 



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Frederick Anderson Rowe 



Lucille Renee Russo 



David Michael Sachtleben 






Joseph Robert Sauer 



Matthew Charles Scanlon 



Cynthia Kay Schieber 






Mark Thomas Schemmel 



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Rudolph Anthony Schlais 



Richard Michael Shuey 






Jeffrey Andrew Shulkin 



Stacey Anne Simonson 



Patrick Joseph Sims 






Chandrasekhar Sompalli 



Marybeth E. Sullivan 



Elliot Taketo Sumi 






Matthew James Susanka 



Terrence Francis Swade 



Kurt Masaru Tamaru 



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Mark Aaron Taylor 



Gregory Paul Thibault 



Susan Marie Tiona 






William Patrick Towne 



Craig Steven Tutton 



Mark G. Vranicar 



Pictures not submitted: 

Patrick Clayton Brown 

Bradley Scott Coolidge 

Lloyd Mack Flatt 

David Ray Guis 

Doris Sandra Hein 

Kenworth F. Holness 

Daniel Joseph Kay 

Andrew J. Kowalkowski 

David Bradley Kozlov 

Shiva Jebedar Maralani 

William Robert Martin 

Jere Lynne Ponder 




Dennis Gary Yick 



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Four Years Together 



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Just Starting Out 



It was Day One of medical school: we 
divided into groups to tour the school 
and fill out forms. The hot, humid day 
was the topic of conversation that day 
especially for those who came from west 
of the Mississippi. It was exciting yet 
scary to look around and wonder what 
the next four years would hold. There 
were so many new things to learn that 
day — what did MDL stand for? Would 
we ever remember how to get to anato- 
my lab and why was Corridor B so long? 
But we acted cool picking up our micro- 
scopes and histology slides and learning 
that all medical school classes are 
referred to by their first syllable or some 
arrangement of their initials. We sat in 
the auditorium listening to Dr. Leischner 
and watching him taste the Mountain 
Dew urine of the patient he was present- 
ing. Those first few days were spent try- 
ing to appear nonchalant and unafraid, 
tempering our excitement that we were 
finally here. 



... the back was easy 

compared to the 
pterygopalatine fossa. 



The day finally arrived, much discussed 
with nonmedical friends, the first anato- 
my lab. We entered a long room filled 
with that soon-to-be-familiar smell of for- 
malin and saw plastic bags containing 
human body shapes wrapped in green 
surgical towels. After "our Bodies" were 
blessed, we started on their backs, not 
believing that we had to memorize all 
those muscles. As we became more com- 
fortable, we realized that the back was 
easy compared to the pterygopalatine 
fossa. By the time we graduated, would 
any of us remember what that was? Did 
we even know then? 




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Working Towards ... 





We suffered through the volume and 
abstraction of biochemistry, churned 
through the phone book-sized handout, 
highlighted in three colors and made up 
mnemonics that were harder to remem- 
ber than the original material. In histology 
we tried not to get motion sickness mov- 
ing through high power fields quickly. 
Which structures were the tennis rackets? 
Which were the boxcars? 



Which structures were 
the tennis rackets? 



By second semester we were comfort- 
able. We took our usual seats in the lec- 
ture hall — the same people up front for 
the best view, on the sides for the railing 
to nap on, or in the back for easy access 
to the door. We were getting closer as a 
class; a natural occurrence after spending 
every day in the same room, sharing class 
notes, comparing tips about the best 
books to buy and exchanging key facts 
for the exam. During those insecure 
moments, someone was always there to 
reassure that you would pass and that it 
was not too late to begin studying. The 
volume of material was overwhelming 
that second semester, however, we were 
encouraged because neuroanatomy and 
physiology were more clinical than our 
first semester courses. Ethics was that 
semester also, giving us one course 
where we could actually speak and did 
not have to memorize anything. 

After first year we had a much-needed 
summer vacation. Nonmedical friends 
and family asked us questions we 
couldn't answer but felt we should be 
able to: "Why does my back hurt?" "How 
does my blood pressure medicine work?" 
"What can you do for my sinuses?" 



The White Coat 



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Almost to M.D. 



Back as sophomores, we occupied the 
grown-up side of the MDL's and a lecture 
hall that faced the other way. On the 
other side there were 130 lost souls 
smelling of anatomy lab and panicking 
about co-ops. Micro and pharm were 
rude awakenings to what large volumes 
of material were really like. Each day 
brought ten new drugs and ten new bugs 
to be memorized. We feared that blowing 
off a few days would mean missing asth- 
ma drugs and the causes of hepatitis. On 
the other hand, we worried less about 
Naegleria fowleri and Diphilobothrium 
latum. Cool names, but would we ever 
really encounter them after the exam? We 
just wanted to learn this so we could get 
on to the White Coats. 



Each day brought 
ten new drugs and 

ten new bugs 
to be memorized. 



The next semester we finally began Physi- 
cal Diagnosis, with that annoying-but- 
often-used abbreviation, "P-Dog". How 
great to start seeing patients and to see 
each other in the halls looking so profes- 
sional. We figured out which way the 
stethoscope goes in the ears so we could 
hear that Grade VI/VI cardiac murmur. 
We were proud when we could palpate a 
liver that went all the way to the pelvic 
brim without being told it was there. 
Those first H&P's were painfully long and 
disjointed. How were we supposed to 
introduce ourselves? "Hi, uh, my precep- 
tor, uh, said it'd be okay, um if I did an 
H&P, I mean, history and physical, unless 
you're too tired ... I'm Dr., um, well I'm a 
medical student, um, could I come back 
later?" But each H&P went smoother 
than the previous one, until we could 
actually perform the 73 steps without 
cues and it occurred to us that we were 
acting a lot like doctors. 



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Physical Diagnosis, Organ Systems and time 
spent feeling guilty for not sticking to our 
Boards Part 1 study schedule kept us busy that 
semester. Organ Systems integrated our previ- 
ous classes using examples of patient cases. 
We had questions that would seem silly by 
graduation: "Is a sodium of 120 bad?" "What is 
D 5 LR?" 

After final exams, we were forced to prepare 
for boards. We searched for libraries through- 
out Chicago and elsewhere looking for the per- 
fect place to study. We took up study time dis- 
cussing which review books to buy and the 
pros and cons of flash cards. As usual, we sup- 
ported one another with, "Oh, you'll do fine. 
You've studied more than I have." As our 
three-foot stacks of notes and review books 
kept falling over, we wondered why our boards 
had to coincide with the every seventeen years' 
hatching of cicadas. 

Like everything else, the two day hell that was 
National Boards Part I passed; most of us cer- 
tain that we had failed. After a short vacation, 
we returned for something new: no MDL's, 
fewer lectures, patient interaction every day, 
and even call! We had to show up wearing 
grown-up clothes and worked with a new 
group of strangers every six weeks. We had 
new things to learn, essential things like: 
what's a "SOAP" note? where are the vital sign 
sheets kept for this hospital — in the drawer, 
on the door, in the chart, or on some clipboard 
that was nowhere to be found? Every hospital 
that we went to — Loyola, Hines, Resurrection, 
St. Francis, Mercy, Alexian Brothers, and 
Columbus — did things differently, and of 
course had different qualities of food and call 
rooms. We were asked to do simple things, 
"Call a urology consult and get a cervical spine 
MRI for Mr. Jones." By the end of the rotation 
that request would take five minutes; but in the 
beginning, we just looked around the nurses' 
station, called the wrong people, and filled out 
the wrong colored forms. As early third year 
students, we actually filled out each box on the 
physician order sheets and forgot important 
items in our progress notes like vital signs. But 
at last, we were working with patients. What a 
great feeling — following patients over time, 
talking to families, and being a part of a service 
- even if we knew that some of our most 
important duties consisted of scut. 



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surgery, and interacted with dying 
people. We got together with friends 
on different rotations to talk about the 
amazing and sometimes disturbing 
things we were experiencing — things 
we could not tell our nonmedical 
friends, at least not during meals. We 
learned skills like drawing blood and 
starting IVs. We learned to bring sever- 
al angiocaths, to have the tape ready, 
and to place a towel under the 
patient's arm so that no one would 
know how much blood was lost before 
we connected the tubing. 



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took call. As third year students, call 
was exciting and something we almost 
enjoyed. We had simple hopes: to 
know the correct answer on rounds, to 
be helpful and not burdensome to the 
team, and to stay awake during confer- 
ences. We had the chance as third 
years to get to know classmates that 
we had just said hello to previously. 
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around the collar. By then we knew the most 
efficient way to see patients, get labs, and write 
notes. We were deciding during this time what 
we wanted to be when we grew up. For some, 
clerkships reinforced previous career goals. 
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ered. Now we were on to electives — the 
months that we had dreamed of those morn- 
ings during the surgery clerkship when the 
alarm went off at 4:00a.m. We appreciated 
rotations like cardiographies and radiology. 
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but get up at 8:00 and be home by 2:00 with 
plenty of time for lunch. We could do whatever 
elective we wanted, from Trauma with q2 call 
to electives where reading at home was option- 
al. We were no longer at the bottom of the lad- 
der on the floors. There were new third year 
students who actually looked more green than 
we did. We began thinking of residency appli- 
cations, getting glossy brochures about pro- 
grams in a field that we would decide against 
the next week. We received unsolicited infor- 
mation about the excellent quality of life in 
Peoria and Rockford with their free meals, free 
parking and home call. We agonized over criti- 
cal issues like where the commas should go in 
our personal statements. Eventually we made 
some choices, typed out our life stories, threw 
in a picture and sent off the applications. 

We juggled residency interviews among extern- 
ships, St. Lucia, and discretionary time. Match 
Day became our focus during February and 
March. On March 18 we gathered, excited but 
apprehensive, to open the envelopes that 
would scatter us across the country. With 
Match Day behind us, National Boards Part II 
seemed insignificant. Most of us finished class- 
es by April or May with only graduation, June 
13, 1992, between us and our M.D. Medical 
school seemed long when we considered all 
the reading and late nights; but time had really 
flown when we reflected on the events ot the 
past four years. We learned and saw more than 
we had ever thought possible. Several class- 
mates married. Others had children. The 
friendships we formed would last a lifetime. 
Although at times medical school was frustrat- 
ing, exhausting, and emotionally draining, we 
will never forget the exciting, rewarding, and 
often hilarious experiences of medical school. 
We will never forget how we became doctors. 



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DENIS MAHAR 
WILLIAM MARTIN 
CARA ACKERMAN 

AMWA PAMELA KLEIN 
ANN RAHALL 
EILEEN CHAN 
MARY ELIZABETH ERACI 



AMNESTY JOSHUA KELLMAN 
ANDERSON ROWE 

CMDS MICHAEL KWAN 

TIMOTHY LOUIE 

MSU WILLIAM MARTIN 

MADELINE MORIARTY 
MARYBETH SULLIVAN 

PSR ROBERT FULLER 

JOSHUA KELLMAN 
SHIVA MARALANI 
JACKIE POGGI 



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Cara Ackerman 
Maboob Alikhan 
Rich Anderson 
Greg Andros 
Niren Angle 
Marian Asfeld & 

Coleen Carignan 
Divyesh Bhatt 
Laura Bitts 
Geoff Bloomfield 
Simran Brara 
Jackie Brown & 

Cindy Schieber 
Pat Brown 
Tony Carnevale 
Juan Casadevalls 
Mike Cassidy 
Corinne Chan 
Eileen Chan 
Mark Chan 
Arti Chandra 
Doug Christenson 
Winston Chung 
Mike Coogan 
Brad Coolidge 
Gina Dado & 

Bob Dudek 
Mary Dahl 
Ann Davis 
Terry Dempsey 
Sonu Dhillon 
Dan DiGuilio 
Andrew Dowd 
Mary Beth Eraci 
Anne Farrell 
Jim Fitzgibbons 
Lloyd Flatt 
Rob Fuller 
David Guis 
Mark Goode 
Alan Gora 
Tricia Griffith 
John Harpenau 
Doris Hein 
Elisa Hofmann 
Cece Holmes 
Pat Hsu 
Joe Hwang 
Marc Incerpi 
Kathleen Jacobson 
Derek Jue 
Anoop Kama 
Joshua Kellman 
Philip Kim 
Kristian Kinel 
Pam Klein 
Nancy Koch 
Kevin Koutsky 
Kevin Koval 
Kim Koval 
David Kozlov 



Winner of the Boston Marathon in the year 2050. 

Arrested for polygamy. 

Still brings his lunch to work in a cooler. 

Future Mr. Universe. 

President, Physicians for Social Responsibility. 

Run a successful catering business. 

Miss America Announcer. 

Makes her first million by the year 2000. 

Becomes hairstylist for the rich and famous. 

Discovers the true origin of the Universe in his spare time. 

Become personal physicians to the royal families of Europe. 

After much questioning, figures out how the brain works — and is disappointed. 

Becomes a world class figure skater. 

Joins Foreign Legion — just for the heck of it. 

Future Hell's Angel. 

Discovers the meaning of life — makes millions. 

Joins Bolshoy Ballet. 

Replaces Geraldo on talk show. 

Future Department Head, MICU, Quaternary Care Medical Center for the Rich. 

Becomes masseur at Fifi's Massage Parlor. 

Las Vegas casino owner. 

Wins Albert Schweitzer Award. 

Future leader, Church of the Latter Day Saints. 

Live happily ever after in the suburbs. 

Admiral, Department of the Navy. 

Loyola Attending, 1995 until the apocalypse. 

Moves to California, becomes a surfer dude and marries Cindy Crawford. 

Living happily in a rural farming town. 

Becomes one of the "cool" religious ed teachers. 

Finally admits he's really an undercover CIA agent. 

Wins Lotto, buys Frederick's of Hollywood. 

Finds Mr. Right, has 10 kids, and retires to Lake Geneva. 

Future Vice-President of the USA. 

Strict vegetarian, owns healthfood store with 1 7 varieties of granola. 

Wins America's Cup in a boat he carved from scratch with his trusty Swiss army knife. 

Discovers that HPV does not exist and becomes a hermit on a small Pacific island. 

Becomes a cowboy at a Wisconsin dude ranch. 

Known as the "Arthur Murray of Polynesian Dancing." 

Stars in Cleopatra of the Nile opposite Mel Gibson. 

PGA champion, year 2001 . 

Owner, Dr. Hein's Cosmetology Clinic. 

Pursues lifelong dream of bellydancing. 

Discovers new rash caused by polyester. 

Designer of HSU clothing for men. 

Becomes a Chippendale dancer. 

Stars in Doogie Howser Crows Up. 

Puts out a work out video for post-op heart patients. 

Successful TV evangelist. 

Becomes headmaster, girls reform school. 

In 1998 tips the scales at 500 pounds, joins Overeaters Anonymous. 

Stars in the new Steven Seagal movie. 

Opens his own language school. 

Author of Women with Big Hair and the Men That Love Them. 

Becomes a heroine when she knocks out a convenience store criminal with her reflex hammer. 

Replaces John Travolta in Urban Cowboy II. 

Medical spokesman, Good Morning America. 

Awarded "Notre Dame Alumna of the Century." 

Undergoes plastic surgery to become Michael Jackson look-alike. 



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Match Day 



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MATCH DAY 





MARCH 1 8, 1 992 



LIFE AFTER LOYOLA 



Cara Ackerman 
Maboob Alikhan 
Rich Anderson 
Greg Andros 
Niren Angle 
Marian Asfeld 
Divyesh Bhatt 
Laura Bitts 
Geoff Bloomfield 
Simran Brara 
Jackie Brown 
Pat Brown 
Coleen Carignan 
Tony Carnevale 
Juan Casadevalls 
Mike Cassidy 
Corinne Chan 
Eileen Chan 
Mark Chan 
Arti Chandra 
Doug Christenson 
Winston Chung 
Mike Coogan 
Brad Coolidge 
Gina Dado 
Mary Dahl 
Ann Davis 
Terry Dempsey 
Sonu Dhillon 
Andrew Dowd 
Bob Dudek 
Mary Beth Eraci 
Jim Fitzgibbons 
Lloyd Flatt 
Rob Fuller 
David Guis 
Mark Goode 
Alan Gora 
Tricia Griffith 
John Harpenau 
Doris Hein 
Elisa Hofmann 
Cece Holmes 
Pat Hsu 
Joe Hwang 
Marc Incerpi 
Kathleen jacobson 
Derek Jue 
Anoop Kama 
Joshua Kellman 
Philip Kim 
Kristian Kinel 
Pam Klein 
Nancy Koch 
Kevin Koutsky 
Kevin Kovach 
Kim Koval 
David Kozlov 
Mike Kwan 



University of Chicago Hospitals IL 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

University of California-San Diego Medical Center/CA 

Medical College of Wisconsin/WI 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

University of lllinois-Ravenswood Hospital/IL 

Medical College of Virginia/VA 

University of Rochester/NY 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

Bethesda Naval Hospital/MD 

Allegheny General Hospital/PA 

Emanuel & Good Samaritan Hospitals/OR 

University of Miami-Jackson Memorial Medical Center/FL 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

University of Hawaii/Hi 

Stanford University Hospital/CA 

University of California-Davis/CA 

Providence Family Medical Center/WA 

Georgetown University/DC 

St. Mary Medical Center-Long Beach/CA 

University of Illinois-Chicago IL 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

San Diego Naval Hospital/CA 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita/KS 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

Rhode Island Hospital/RI 

McGaw Medical Center-Northwestern University/IL 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

McGaw Medical Center-Northwestern University/IL 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

Hennepin County Medical Center/MN 

University of Michigan Hospitals/Ml 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

Ohio State University/OH 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

Good Samaritan Medical Center-Phoenix/AZ 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center/IL 

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center/CA 

Georgetown University Hospital/DC 

University of Southern California School of Medicine/CA 

Ventura County Medical Center/CA 

Family Practice Fresno/CA 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

University of Michigan Hospitals-Ann Arbor/Ml 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

Oaklar.d Naval Hospital/CA 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

Lutheran General Hospital/IL 

University of Illinois-Chit ago It 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

Georgetown University Hospital/DC 

McGaw Medical Center-Northwestern University/IL 

Brooke Army Medical Center/TX 



Pediatrics 
Internal Medicine 
General Surgery 
Urology 

General Surgery 
Pediatrics 
Internal Medicine 
Family Practice 
General Surgery 
Neurosurgery 
Internal Medicine 
Psychiatry 
Internal Medicine 
Internal Medicine 
Internal Medicine 
Ophthalmology 
Pediatrics 
Pediatrics 
Pediatrics 
Family Practice 
Anesthesia 
Internal Medicine 
Emergency Medicine 
Internal Medicine 
OB/GYN 
Pediatrics 
Internal Medicine 
General Surgery 
Internal Medicine 
General Surgery 
Anesthesia 
Pediatrics 
Orthopedics 
Internal Medicine 
Emergency Medicine 
Radiation Therapy 
Internal Medicine 
Emergency Medicine 
Orthopedics 
OB/GYN 

Internal Medicine 
Internal Medicine 
Internal Medicine 
Internal Medicine 
OB/GYN 
OB/GYN 
Family Practice 
Family Practice 
Radiology 

Medicine/Pediatrics 
Internal Medicine 
General Surgery 
Internal Medicine 
Internal Medicine 
Orthopedics 
Ophthalmology 
Pediatrics 
Radiology 
Internal Medicine 



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Min Lee 
Mary Lesnefsky 
John Linfoot 
Theresa Lisnich 
Anne Loosmann 
Bertha Lopez 
Tim Louie 
Denis Mahar 
Darryl Malak 
Shiva Maralani 
Bill Martin 
Ann Mauer 
Mike Mt Gill 
Keith McLean 
Peter Mihalakakos 
GregMiiani 
Madeline Moriarty 
Steve Motarjeme 
Darren Nelson 
Elaine Nelson 
Rim Nemickas 
Robb Nonn 
Sharon O'Brien 
Jeff Osofsky 
Ed Paloyan 
Maura Parker 
Brenda Pierce 
Jackie Poggi 
Jere Ponder 
Nadine Potempa 
Ann Rahall 
Arun Rama 
Surya Rao 
Susan Reid 
Nancy Reyes 
Chariece Robinson 
Mike Romberg 
Shannon Rose 
Anderson Rowe 
Lucille Russo 
David Sachtleben 
Joe Sauer 
Matt Scanlon 
Mark Schemmel 
Cindy Schieber 
Rudy Schlais 
Richard Shuey 
Jeff Shulkin 
Stacey Simonson 
Pat Sims 
Sekhar Sompalli 
Marybeth Sullivan 
Elliot Sumi 
Matt Susanka 
Terry Swade 
Kurt Tamaru 
Mark Taylor 
Greg Thibault 
Susan Tiona 
Bill Towne 
Craig Tutton 
Mark Vranicar 
Dennis Yick 



University of California-Irvine Medical Center/CA 

University of Cincinnati Hospital/OH 

Madigan Army Medical Center/WA 

Childrens Memorial Hospital It 

SUNY Health Service Center/Syracuse, NY 

University of Chicago Hospitals IL 

University of California-Irvine Medical Center/CA 

Contra Costa County Health Services/CA 

Duke University Medical Center/NC 

Wayne State Affiliated Hospitals/Ml 

Maricopa Medical Center/AZ 

University of Chicago Hospitals IL 

University of Wisconsin Hospital & Clinics-Madison/WI 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

MacNeal Hospital IL 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

Ohio State University Hospitals/OH 

Columbus Hospital IL 

Stanford University Hospital/CA 

McGaw Medical Center-Northwestern University/IL 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

New England Medical Center/MA 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Hospital IL 

University of Chicago Hospitals IL 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center-Oakland/CA 

Baystate Medical Center/MA 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

University of Southern California School of Medicine/CA 

University of California-Davis/CA 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

University of Chicago Hospitals IL 

Strong Memorial Hospital-University of Rochester/NY 

Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center/IL 

University of Kansas School of Medicine/KS 

Harbor-University of California-Los Angeles/CA 

Mayo Graduate School of Medicine/MN 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center/IL 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

University of Michigan Hospitals/Ml 

Indiana University Medical Center/IN 

Blodgett Memorial Medical Center/Ml 

University of Chicago Hospitals/IL 

University of California-Davis/IL 

David Grant USAF Medical Center/CA 

Mayo Graduate School of Medicine/MN 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

Childrens Hospital-Los Angeles/CA 

Loma Linda University Medical Center/CA 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

Oakland Naval Hospital/CA 

Medical College of Pennsylvania/PA 

Tripler Army Medical Center/Hi 

St. Francis Medical Center/WI 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

University of Chicago Hospitals/IL 

University of Wisconsin Hospitals & Clinics-Madison/WI 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 



Internal Medicine 

General Surgery 

Internal Medicine 

Pediatrics 

General Surgery 

OB/GYN 

Neurology 

Family Practice 

Anesthesia 

Urology 

Orthopedics 

Internal Medicine 

Internal Medicine 

Internal Medicine 

General Surgery 

Family Practice 

Medicine/Pediatrics 

Medicine/Pediatrics 

General Surgery 

Emergency Medicine 

Anesthesia 

Internal Medicine 

Pediatrics 

Internal Medicine 

General Surgery 

OB/GYN 

Internal Medicine 

Internal Medicine 

Medicine/Pediatrics 

Internal Medicine 

OB/GYN 

Anesthesia 

Anesthesia 

Pediatrics 

Radiation Therapy 

Internal Medicine 

General Surgery 

Family Practice 

Internal Medicine 

OB/GYN 

Internal Medicine 

OB/GYN 

Pediatrics 

OB/GYN 

Medicine/Pediatrics 

Transitional 

Psychiatry 

Internal Medicine 

Pediatrics 

OB/GYN 

Internal Medicine 

Internal Medicine 

Pediatrics 

OB/GYN 

Internal Medicine 

General Surgery 

Emergency Medicine 

General Surgery 

Family Practice 

Internal Medicine 

Psychiatry 

Pediatrics 

Internal Medicine 



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RESIDENCY DISTRIBUTION BY STATE 
STRITCH CLASS OF 1 992 




RESIDENCY DISTRIBUTION BY SPECIALTY 
STRITCH CLASS OF 1 992 



TRANSITIONAL PROGRAMS 




SURGERY-P 
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7 6% 


MEDICINE-P 

(Dx Radiology-1, Neurology-1, 

Radiation Oncology-1 


9 7% 


TRANSITIONAL-P 
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CATEGORICAL PROGRAMS 




INTERNAL MEDICINE-C 


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28% 


MEDICINE/PEDIATRICS-C 


5 


4% 


GENERAL SURGERY-C 


9 


7% 


FAMILY PRACTICE-C 


8 


7% 


OB/GYN-C 


12 


10% 


PEDIATRICS-C 


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12% 


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4% 


TOTAL CATEGORICAL 


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Mary Beth Sullivan 




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Your love, faith, and commitment were endless. Words could never capture the love and gratitude that is in my heart. 

You always said, "Just leave it in Cod's hands," and I did ... and He did. Thank you, for all you've done ... for all you are. I love you. 



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Mary Beth 




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The fierce hunter. 




Sailing into the sunset with yet another beautiful girl. 



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Yet another graduation, mom and dad. 




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Terry Swade 




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East Meets West (Coasts), Annual thanksgiving 
Feast, '89 




Oh Mighty Isis (Eye Sore), Count Harpenau and Shazam 



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Maura Parker 



Thanks everyone - I 
leave here a better 
person and a better 
doctor having known 
and worked with all 
of you! Best of 
LUCK! 

MPQ 




me with Kyran - post engagement! 



"with the folks" 



"after Boards Part I' 




St. Luke's 1990 



me with my brothers and sisters - 2 missing! 



St. Luke's 1991 



The Casadevalls Family: 

Thank you for all the 
sacrifices you have made, 
and for always being there 

when I needed you. 

Juan P. Casadevalls 




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Rudy A. Schlais 



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Madeline Mcriarty 




'For 27 years - my twin, my friend! 




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FAMILY 
There's a special kind of closeness 
that only families know, 
That begins with childhood trust 
and deepens as you grow. 
There's a special kind of happiness 
in sharing little things, 
The laughter, smiles, and quiet 
talks that daily living brings. 
There's a special kind of comfort 
in knowing your family is there, 
To back you up, to cheer you up, 
to understand and care. 
Of all the treasures life may bring, 
your family means the most, 
And whether near or far apart, 
hold you close. 

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Gracias por su carino y apoyo 

durante lodos estos anos. 
Los quiero mucho, 

Bertha 




"From the rugged mountains 
to the deep blue sea." 



Nadine Pctempa 



Terry Dempsey 





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breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded. 

-Ralph Waldo Emerson 



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Elliot Sumi 




"If you want 
the ball, you 
have to fight 
for it and 
then never let 
it go." 




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"Brother Square-Toes"-Rewards and Fairies 
Rudyard Kipling 

If you can keep your head when all about you 

are losing theirs and blaming it on you, 
If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you, 

but make allowance for their doubting too; 
If you can wait and not be tired by waiting, 

Or being lied about, don't deal in lies, 
Or being hated don't give way to hating, 

And yet don't look too good, not talk too wise: 

If you can dream-and not make dreams your master; 

If you can think-and not make thoughts your aim; 
If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster 

And treat those two impostors just the same; 
If you can bear to hear the truth you've spoken 

Twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools, 
Or watch the things you gave your life to, broken, 

And stoop and build'em up with worn-out tools; 

If you can make one heap of all your winnings 

And risk it on one turn of pitch-and-toss, 
And lose, and start again at your beginnings 

And never breathe a word about your loss; 
If you can force your heart and nerve and sinew 

To serve your turn long after they are gone 
And so hold on when there is nothing in you 

Except the Will which says to them: "Hold on!" 

If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue, 

Or walk with Kings-nor lose the common touch, 
If neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you, 

If all men count with you, but none too much; 
If you can fill the unforgiving minute 

With sixty seconds; worth of distance run, 
Yours is the Earth and everything that's in it, 

And-which is more-you'll be a Man, my son! 



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spouse, have helped one medical student keep his 
feet on the ground while keeping the goal in sight. 

Thank you all for staying near me and getting me 
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of that man skilled in all ways of contending, 
the wanderer, harried for years on end, 
after he plundered the stronghold 
on the proud height of Troy. 
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Open your eyes and look for some human, 

Or some work for the sake of humans, 

Which needs a little time, 

A little friendship, 

A little sympathy, 

A little toil, 

A little love... 

Search and see if there's some place 

Where you may invest your humanity. 

-Albert Schweitzer 



"At 3 years old. ..maximal height 
achieved." 




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lome" Mangal, one of my favorite patients! 



Arti Chandra 



"Surrounded with 
love, support and 
friendship from my 
family all my life.. .a 
gift I'm very thankful 
for."" 




"Nurturing my spirit 
in the great out- 
doors; Mount 
Rainier, Washing- 
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Shiva Maralani 





Thank you for allowing me to 
participate in the care of your patient. 

Cheers, M.P. McGill 




Michael McGill 



Joseph Hwans 




Some final thoughts... 

Tolle lege, tolle lege. 
Take up and read, take up and read. 
Saint Augustine 
Confessions, bk.viii, ch.12 

A little learning is a dang'rous thing; 
Alexander Pope 
An Essay on Criticism, 1.215 

"No matter where you go, there you are. " 
Buckaroo Banzai 
the Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai 
Across the Eighth Dimension 

"Remember, once you buy a prize, it's yours to keep. " 

Pat Sajak 
Wheel of Fortune 



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how could I fail? Thank 
you all for everything. 
Love, 



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Mary Lesnefsky 




To my friends and 
family: I love you all 
— you're the best! 
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The members of the Stritch School 

of Medicine Alumni Association 

welcome you to the Stritch Alumni 

Family! We look forward to seeing 

you at your Tenth Anniversary Class 

Reunion in the year 2002!! 

Congratulations and best wishes 

for a successful and rewarding 

medical career. 





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Benefactors 

The Yearbook committee would like to thank the following people 
and departments for their generous support of this book. 

Anesthesiology 

Cardiovascular & Thoracic Surgery 

Cell Biology/Neuroscience/Anatomy 

Internal Medicine 

Microbiology 

Neurology 

Nuclear Medicine 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Orthopedics 

Otolaryngology 

Pathology 

Pediatrics 

Pharmacology 

Physiology 

Psychiatry 

Radiation Therapy 

Radiology 

Surgery 

Medical Student Union 

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Dr. ELAINE NELSON 

/ love You! 
Todd 

You're wonderful, Mommie! 
Rachel & Christopher 

You've always worked for success. 

You're the greatest! 

Dad & Mom, Jo, Sharon, Mikul, 

Joshua & Chelsea. 




CONGRATULATIONS! 

DR. MICHAEL 

ROMBERG 

MAY GOD BE WITH YOU 

ALWAYS. 

WE LOVE YOU, 

THE ROMBERG FAMILY 

AND FRIENDS 



DNGRATULATIONS TO JOSHUA KELLMAN, 

M.D. 

Bar Joshua, 

ur entire family is very, very proud of you, 
r your great achievement, and just as much, 
cause you are a decent and caring and 
zing person. You make this a better world 
live in, and you will go on doing so, 
lerever life takes you. We love you. 
Ma, Pa, Jordy, Susan, Ernie, Tim, Putzi, 
ffrey, Linda, Harry, Ena, Helen, Nick, 
innie, Mark, and Rose. 

d you must know that you would have 
'en great joy, if they were still with us, too 
Grandma, Grandpa, Irmi, Poldy, Walter, 
ird, Mo (in her inimitable way), and not 
ist your grandfather, Dr. Joseph Asch. 




"My God, I finally made it!" 

CONGRATULATIONS 
Arti Chandra, B.S., M.P.H., 

M.D. 

Best wishes and love from Mom, Dad, Arun, 

Piyush, 
and all the family and friends. 



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CONGRATULATIONS! 
DR. ALAN G. GORA 

WE ARE VERY PROUD OF YOU 

MAY GOD BLESS YOU 

LOVE, 

MOM & DAD 

MARY ELIZABETH & KEN 

PHIL & MARYBETH 

MARY LEA, GLENN & KEITH 

AND YOUR GRANDMOTHER 



Congratulations 

Dr. Mark L. Gccde 

We are proud and happy for 

you. 

Good luck and God bless you 

always. 

Love, 

Mom & Dad 

Mary Lynn & Charles 

Tim & Sue 

Jerry & Diane 

JoAnn & Tom 



CONGRATULATIONS 





ROBERT S. DUDEK, M.D. 

WITH LOVE AND PRIDE 
MOM, DAD AND RICH 



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Gina M. Dado 

We are exceedingly proud of your 
accomplishments, and the individual 
you have blossomed into. May God 
continue his blessings upon you. 

Love, 

Mommy & Daddy 

and sisters 

Crista & Lisa 



CONGRATULATIONS!! 
Marc H. Incerpi, M.D. 

This is your dream come true. 

With the support of your loving 

wife, Kathy, 

and your adorable daughter, 

Lauren, and your in-laws, 

Sandra and Geary helping it all 

happen. 

With our faith and confidence, 

you will always have our 

support. 

Love, 
Mom & Dad 



Congratulations 



Dr. Matthew Scan Ion 



We Love You! 

We're proud of you! 

Dad, Mom, Pattie, Lisa, 

Susan and Dan 




Your family is proud 
and happy for you. 




CONGRATULATIONS TO: 

Dr. Mark and Molly 
Schemmel 

All Our Love, 
Mom, Dad, Sus, Chris, Michael 



Congratulations! 

Susan E. Reid M.D. 

With love, 

Mom, Jim, John, Phil, Nancy, 
Honey, Grandma and Grandpa I57 




Congratulations to the 
Class of 1992 

and 
Especially to 

Dr. Ann Rahall 

with our deepest Love 

and Admiration, 

Mom, Dad, Tim and Karan 

And all the family 



CONGRATULATIONS! 




ARUN N. RAMA, M.D. 

We are very proud of you. 
You did it! 

Love. ..Mom & Dad, Anil, Rani, 
Radhika, Ramu & Zachariah 



JOSEPH R. SAUER, M.D. 



"\i I can stop one heart from 

breaking, 

I shall not live in vain; 

If I can ease one life the aching, 

Or cool the pain, 

Or help one fainting robin unto 

his nest again, 

I shall not live in vain. " 

(Emily Dickinson, 1864) 



CONGRATULATIONS!!! 
WE ARE SO VERY PROUD OF YOU!!! 



All our love, 
Mom, Dad, Grandpa, Sheri, 

Guy and baby, Mike, 

Jennifer, Shirley, Bob, Liz, 

Jim, Stephanie, and Bev. 



CONGRATULATIONS, 
Jacqueline Linda Brown, M.D. 





Thanks for all the memories, Jackie. You 
been a joy! 

With love from your family, 

Mom and Dad 

Tim and Shari 

Jon, Katrina 



' Congratulations 
MARY DAHL, MD 

All your relatives and friends in 

The City and the SF Bay Area are 

proud of you, especially: 

Linda, Michael, Angela, Tina, Tony 

Tom, Jennie, Alyson 

Pete 

Mom and Dave 



CONGRATULATIONS 

COLEEN CARIGNAN, 

M.D.! 

"Continue to use 

whatever talents you possess. 

Always remember that the 

woods would be a very 

silent place if no birds 

sang there except those 

that sang best. " 

With love and pride, 

MOM 





CONGRATULATIONS 
PROFESSIONAL STUDENT! 

DAVID R. GUIS, B.S., 
Ph.D., M.D. 

Your perseverance, dedication and 
poverty has paid off! Your faith in 
yourself gave us faith in you. We're 

proud of you. 

Mom & Dad 



Congratulations 
Patrick C. Brown, M.D.! 

Happiness in the ordinary sense is 
not what one needs in life, though 
one is right to aim at it. The true 
satisfaction is to come through 
and see those whom one loves 
come through. 

-E.M. Forster 

With Love From Your 
Family 



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CONGRATULATIONS, 

Dr. Keith A. McLean! 

You did not rest when the sun was high, 

or pause when the lights were low. 

You kept your eyes on your lifetime 

dream and made it come true. 

With love and pride, 
Mom, Dad, Mark, Kevin, & Meg 



Congratulations 
Dr. Douglas 
Christenson 

Your Dream Came True. 

All Our Love, 

Mom and Dad 





CONGRATULATIONS! WE ARE VERY PROUD OF 
YOU, DR. MARY BETH SULLIVAN. YOUR 
DREAM, THROUGH GOD'S GRACES AND VERY 
GREAT EFFORT ON YOUR PART, HAS COME 
TRUE. MAY GOD, THE AUTHOR OF LIFE, BE 
YOUR CONSTANT COMPANION AND FRIEND 
IN YOUR PRACTICE OF MEDICINE. 
LOVE, 

MOM AND DAD, MARY LEE AND BOB, MARY 
ANN AND ROSS, KRYSTA, JACQUELINE, 
STEPHANIE, AND JULIETTE 



Congratulations, 
Dr. Richard Shuey! 

You made it! 

We are all very proud of you. 

Good Luck and much love from 

all the family. 

Dad & Mom, Brenda, Cindy & 
Bob, Pam & Dave, Mark & Jerri 



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CONGRATULATIONS TO 
ANN R. DAVIS, M.D. 

and all the graduates of Loyola Univ. 

Chgo. Stritch School of Medicine 

"CLASS OF 1992" 

We are very proud of you Ann, and we 

wish you good health, happiness and a 

wonderful, exciting career in Medicine. 

We love you, 

Mom & Dad (Joseph R. Davis, M.D., Ph.D.) 

Your Sister-Eileen E. Davis M.D., M.P.H. 

Your Brother-Philip A. Davis 



Congratulations 

William P. Towne, M.D. 

We're proud of you. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad, Patrick, Michael, 

Jerry, Brian, Danny, Catherine 

and Jimmy 




Congratulations! 
Rimas Jonas Nemickas, M.D. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad, Tomas, Kristina 

and Nikolas 





Congra tula tions! 
E. Michael Cassidy, M.D. 

We're proud of you, Mike. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 

Mary, Elaine and Tom 



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CONGRATULATIONS! 
DR. KURTM. TAMARU 

WE ARE VERY PROUD OF YOU 

WITH LOVE FROM 

MOM, DAD, RON, COLLEEN, 

STUART, MICHAEL, GRANDPA 

AND GRANNY 



Congratulations! 




Dr. Mary H. Lesnefsky 

Geoffrey Gunnar Scholarship 
Recipient 

We are very proud of you! 
God Bless You Always, 

Love, 
Your Family 



Congratulations 
Pamela M. Klein, M.D, 



Congratulations Dr. Rob Fuller! 




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With all our love, 

Mom, Tommy and Jennifer, 

Judy, Bijan and Josh 

Grandma and Grandpa 




We're all proud of you! 

Love, 

Mum, Dad, Natalie, Lynne, & Jimmy, 

Beth & Jimmy, Mark, Sue, 

Roz, Bill & Alison, etc, etc. 

"There is no such thing as great 

talent without great will-power" 

Balzac 



CONGRATULATIONS ! 
Kimberly A. Koval, M.D. 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, and Bob 




THIS COULD BE QUITE AN OPERATION, DR. TAYLOR!! 




Congratulations Mark!! 

Your family and friends are very proud 

of you and all you've achieved!! 

With much love, 

Mom and Dad 

Brad and Chris 

Grandma and Grandpa 



CONGRATULATIONS 




MARY ELIZABETH 
ERACI, M.D. 

Love. ..Mom and Dad, James, Cooky and 
Matthew, Mary Pat, Mary Margaret, Mary 
Catherine, Michael and Mary Jean 



CONGRATULATIONS 

DR. RUDY SCHLAIS 

It's Been A Long Successful 

Journey 

We Are All Very Proud of You 

GOOD LUCK ! 

Mom and Dad...Brigette...Pam 

and Darin 

Grandmom Galik and 

Steve... Grandmom Schlais 

Aunt Debbie. ..Uncle Gary and 

Gary 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Jeffrey Lee Osofsky U.S., 

M.B.A., M.D. 

Yes I can. Yes I can, And You Did! 

We're very proud of you. 

Love always, 

Mom, Dad, and Este 



Congratulations Minjae Lee, M.D. 

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

With love and pride, Mom, Dad, 

Grandparents, Myong, Kathy Jung Won, 

Amanda, family and friends 







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OH, BABY! HOW YOU'VE GROWN! 

From Kindergarten to M.D. 

CONGRATULATIONS! 

DR. KEVIN MICHAEL KOUTSKY 




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CONGRATULATIONS 
DR. JOHN LINFOOT, JR. 

"THE DIE WAS CAST" 

i WHENZSAZSA'S 

LEGS WERE FRACTURED 

LOVE AND BEST WISHES! 

MOM AND DAD 

NANCY 

PETER, LOUISE AND PHILIP 




You're a Doctor at last, 
M.D. as they call it, 
We are jumping for joy, 
And so is Dad's WALLET. 



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Congratulations, Kevin! We're proud 
of you. May God bless you in your 
future endeavors and may His grace 
guide you as you tend to those in 
need - AD MAJOREM DEI GLORIAM! 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, and Sis 




How time flies... 
You made it and we're all very 
proud. We wish you a future of 
much happiness and success. 

Congratulations, Pat! All our love, 

Mom, Dad, 

Naomi, El lick 



Congratulations 
Dr. Lucille Renee Russo 

You are an inspiration 

to the entire family and 

we are all so proud of you. 




CONGRATULATIONS 
DR. JEFF! 



CONGRATULATIONS... 
KEVIN KOVACH! 



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from your entire family 



.Husband, Son, Grandson, Son-in-Law, 
Brother 

.and now DOCTOR! 

.always a first-string winner in our hearts 
.with much love and pride 
.Andrea, Mom, Dad, Hortense, George, 
Janette, Karie, Sandra, Steve, Keturah & Stella 



CONGRATULATIONS 



Cora 



Love, Mom, Dad, 
Mickey, Hathy, 
Rnnie, Buzz, Teresa, 
Lisa, Becky, Paul, 
and Doug 



CONGRATULATIONS, 
JACKIE! 



We love 
you and 

we are 
proud of 




you! 
LOVE, 



Mom, Dad, Chris, Tom, Setta, 
Steffie, and Grandma 



Congratulations .♦♦ 

ANNE M. LCCS/MANN, M.D. 



You entered our 
lives 6/1 5/66 ... 
we have watched 
(and helped) you 
grow ... and 
know your 
strengths of skill, 
care, and 
compassion will 
positively affect 
all who come to 
know you, too. 



Love. Mom and Dad 
Brothers John and Paul 
(Grandma) and Grandpa Loosmann 
Grandma and (Grandpa) Slosek 




CONGRATULATIONS TC 



DR. ANN MARIE MAUEI 



YOUR HARD 

WORK HAS 

PAID OFF! 



Love, Mom and Dad 
Paul and David 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
DR. TH€R€Sfl LISNICH 



UUe are all very proud 
of you. May God be with 
you in everything you do. 

LOV€, Dod, Mom, & Sisters - 
Finn Morie <§ Margie 









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THE DOCTORS' PARKER: 
LEO MD '54, MAURA MD '92 

WITH AFFECTION AND PRAISE, THE 
ENTIRE PARKER FAMILY WISHES 
THEIR DAUGHTER AND SISTER, 
MAURA BERNADETTE, WARMEST 
CONGRATULATIONS ON THIS 
SPECIAL DAY! 



CONGRATULATIONS, 





DR. STEVEN MOTARJEME! 

LOVE, 
THE MOTARJEME FAMILY 



Dearest Doctor Shivee, 

CONGRATULATIONS on your achievement. We are all very 
proud of you ... of course Mr. Boo takes the main credit for 
helping you through all those long nights! But we do have 
one big concern: If you can't grow it in water then what will 
you do? Of course you can date all kinds, but do tell us two 
things: did he think the knee high's were a fashion 
statement? and did he ever figure out he had to pucker? 
Don't forget to put gas in your car, find Ann Taylor, seek 
out a Falafel stand and the closest Victoria's secret! We 
expect you back in sunny California ASAP. 



All of our love, 
Mom, Vida S Mr. Boo 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
Dr. Cece Holmes 

We knew it wasn '£ easy 

but you did it and 

you did a great job. 

Love Mom, Dad, Hank & Judy 



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What Happens Next?! (Continued) 



Mike Kwan 
Min Lee 
Mary Lesnefsky 
John Linfoot 
Theresa Lisnich 
Anne Loosmann 
Bertha Lopez 
Tim Louie 
Denis Mahar 
Darryl Malak 
Shiva Maralani 
Bill Martin 
Ann Mauer 
Mike McGill 
Keith McLean 
Peter Mihalakakos 
Greg Milani 
Madeline Moriarty 
Steve Motarjeme 
Darren Nelson 
Elaine Nelson 
Rim Nemickas 
Robb Nonn 
Sharon O'Brien 
Jeff Ososfsky 
Ed Paloyan 
Maura Parker 
Brenda Pierce 
Jackie Poggi 
Jere Ponder 
Nadine Potempa 
Ann Rahall 
Arun Rama 
Surya Rao 
Susan Reid 
Nancy Reyes 
Chariece Robinson 
Mike Romberg 
Shannon Rose 
Anderson Rovve 
Lucille Russo 
David Sachtleben 
Joe Sauer 
Matt Scanlon 
Mark Schemmel 
Rudy Schlais 
Richard Shuey 
JeffShulkin 
Stacey Simonson 
Pat Sims 
Sekhar Sompalli 
Marybeth Sullivan 
Elliot Sumi 
Matt Susanka 
Terry Swade 
Kurt Tamaru 
Mark Taylor 
GregThibault 
Susan Tiona 
Bill Towne 
Craig Tutton 
Mark Vranicar 
Dennis Yick 



Goes on talk show circuit with topic of "My Life as a House-husband." 

Finally stops smoking when wife threatens to starch his underwear. 

Found to have a rare skin type which acts as a solar energy collector. 

Operates "The Doctor's Lounge" an upscale bar for off duty professionals. 

On the cover of May 1 995 Vogue. 

Gives up career as a surgeon to be the barefooted, pregnant wife of a plumber. 

Replaces Domeena Renshaw in the sex clinic. 

Hired by Disney to play Cubby for the Mickey Mouse Club revival series. 

Moves to New York City and becomes the official physician for the Republican Party. 

Offered starring role in Top Gun II. 

Gets rich on "Doctors Beefcake Calendar." 

Uses MSU as a springboard to the US Senate. 

Replaces Ann Landers as advice columnist. 

Realizes he really is Dr. Leischner's long lost nephew, Tommy. 

Retires to his front porch, sits in his rocking chair, and drinks Slurpees. 

Becomes "Doc" on The Love Boat. 

World famous for his butterfly collection. 

Sues manicurist for broken nail — wins 5100,000 — pays off one third of her loans. 

Future owner of the "CUBS". 

Drops out of medicine and becomes a lumberjack. 

Delivers third child while doing CPR in the ER. 

Wins Nobel Peace Prize for missionary work. 

Loses fortune on women's mud wrestling. 

Opens arts and crafts shop in Nantucket. 

Invents collar that won't fall down. 

Becomes a divorce lawyer. 

President of local PTA. 

Guest hosts Saturday Night Live. 

Moves to Berkeley and heads a nudist colony. 

Stand-up comic in New York City. 

Female rodeo star. 

Dates Donald Trump, turns down proposal when HE won't sign pre-nuptial agreement. 

Buys a chicken ranch in Utah. 

Owner of a kite store on Navy Pier. 

Moves to Paris, becomes a Can-Can girl. 

Wins neck-to-neck finish in Nordstrom's "Beat Imelda" contest. 

Last seen selling knickknacks to Eskimos. 

Hosts children's show as Bozo's sidekick. 

Is a fitness trainer for the rich & famous. 

Becomes a roving ski lodge doctor. 

Models for Victoria's Secret. 

Gets a Boy George tatoo. 

Appears in the 007 movie as the villian's sidekick. 

Joins the Village People. 

Future Dean of Medical School. 

Official Trainer for the Laker Girls. 

Becomes a Roadie for the Grateful Dead. 

Trains hard for and finally becomes a world champion cow-tipper. 

Doctor on space shuttle to Mars. 

Shaves head and becomes a Hare Krishna. 

Becomes a backwoods doctor, known to accept chicken and swine for his services. 

Starts a new trend — almost brings back disco. 

Trainer for the US Olympic Volleyball team. 

Designs and models "macho men underwear." 

Can't get into bar on his 40th birthday because he forgot his ID. 

Gives up fast cars, but refuses to give up fast women. 

Best-seller author of Macho and Damn Proud of It. 

Designs famous golf course in Hawaii. 

Becomes opera singer, not world famous because she's thin. 

Wanted to be a butcher, a baker, a candlestick maker, but now he's a cardiologist. 

Replaces Jay Leno on the Tonight Show. 

Runs off with Madonna and becomes a "Material Boy." 

Owner, Playboy Club of San Francisco. 



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Index Incompletus 

A Brad Coolidge 61 , 91 Doris Hein 6 ' 52 ' 59 ' 65 

Elisa Hofmann 3, 13, 40, 91, 98 

Cara Ackerman 2, 9, 15, 36, 55, 57, 

68 92 111 118 129 fl Cece Holmes 3 ' 7 ' 9 ' 14 ' 40 ' 56 ' 

' ' ** 91,93, 125, 128, 129 

Mahboob Alikhan 7, 13, 36, 63 

Gina Dado 4, 9, 38, 57, 65, 69, 129, Pat Hsu 11, 16, 40, 62, 66, 132, 1 
Richard Anderson 36, 65, 69, 100 150,156 165 

Greg Andros 10, 36, 62, 91, 92, 127 Mary Dahl 3, 14, 38, 50, 57, 58, 63, Joe Hwang 40, 93 

Niren Angle 36, 64, 65, 92, 121 65 < 69 < 91 ' 104 ' 150 ' 159 

Marian Asfeld 5, 6, 36, 56, 64, 91 , 93, Ann Davis 38 ' 56 ' 60 < 63 ' 90 ' 1 ° 9 ' 1 61 I 

131 R Terry Dempsey 7, 38, 55, 62, 65, 90, Marc lncerp i 40, 72, 106, 1 1 7, 1 

D 124 157 

Divyesh Bhatt 5, 10, 36, 54, 57, 64, Sonu Dhillon 11, 38, 60, 61, 91, 93, 

91,119,127,133,138,146 137 J 

Laura Bitts 36, 72, 90, 133 Dan DiGiulio 39, 61, 137 

Kathleen Jacobson 40, 90 
Geoff Bloomfield 11, 15, 16, 36, 56 Andrew Dowd 39, 12, 57, 58, 62, 90 

92,117,126,127,128 Derek Jue 40 

Simran Brara 10, 15, 37, 64, 65, 93, 

136 Bob Dudek 5, 39, 52, 57, 69, 129, 

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Jackie Brown 4, 37, 52, 55, 56, 60, 92, £ 

101,131,158 ' Anoop Kama 11, 14, 41, 52, 58, 

Pat Brown 65, 91, 150, 159 Mar V Beth Eraci 3 ' 16 ' 39 ' 56 < 60 ' 92 ' ^ ' ^' 128 ' 13& 

122 , 163 Joshua Kellman 15, 41, 62, 92, 1 

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F Philip Kim 15, 41,61,150 

Anne Farrell 1 5, 39, 56, 57, 116, 11 7, Kristian Kinel 41 , 65, 90, 92, 1 1 7, 1 

,,,,-, ,„ , , 148 Pam Klein 13, 41, 56, 57, 62, 93, 1 

Tony Carnevale 14, 15, 37, 57, 68, 112 . .„ „ __ ' 

Jim Fitzgibbons 39, 55, 60, 92, 1 1 2 1 42, 1 50, 1 62 

Lloyd Flatt 63, 65, 131, 147 Nancy Koch 41, 74,90,91, 103 

Mike Cassidy 37, 54, 62, 63, 91, 98, Rob F ""« 4 < 12 ' 15 ' 39 ' 53 ' 57 ' 59 ' ltel ?" ^^ 41 ' 5& ' 65 ' ^ ' 

161 7 66,92,93,116,117,162 150,164 

Kevin Kovach 41, 70, 110, 165 

Kim Koval 8, 41, 56, 58, 125, 1 
129, 163 

David Kozlov 92, 128 

Mike Kwan 42, 52, 53, 60, 65, 70, 

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Coleen Carignan 13, 37, 56, 62, 64, 
91, 131, 150, 159 



Juan Casadevalls 3, 37, 55, 63, 92, 

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Corinne Chan 37, 56, 71, 120 ^-> 

Eileen Chan 37, 56, 57, 62, 71, 90, 93, 

1 1 5, 1 1 6, 1 50 David Gius 90, 1 59 

Mark Chan 38, 63, 1 50 Mark Goode 9, 39, 57, 62, 1 45, 1 56 

Arti Chandra 4, 9, 12, 15, 38, 57, 64, Alan Cora 5, 10, 39, 55, 62, 66, 92, 
66,116,118 105,156 

Doug Christenson 14, 15, 38, 59, 104, Tricia Griffith 9, 10, 40 i 

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Winston Chung 11, 16, 38, 93, 113, H Min Lee 42, 52, 61, 72, 130, 164 

117,126 , u u « e o o ja bi » Mary Lesnefsky6, 42, 66, 91,92, 1 

... , . John Harpenau 4, 5, 8, 9, 40, 51, 52, / 7 

Michael Coogan 38, 52, 64, 73, 93, 5/ n Jj 12g ^ 5Q 119,162 

130 John Linfoot 42, 74, 90, 91, 127, 1 

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Theresa Lisnich 4, 12, 42, 50, 57, 65, Sekhar Sompalli 47, 57, 107, 128, 150 

71 qi -nq i=;n Ed Paloyan 44, 64, 93, 140 

Marybeth SuMivan 2/ 3i 1 3 ^ 47 ^ 56< 6a 

Anne Loosmann 4, 5, 6, 10, 13, 14, 42, M ^ura Parker 45, 54, 58, 60, 68, 90, 64 91/ 92/ 10 2, 160 

56,57,64,65,66,91,148 91,92,118,126 -,.,,- „,-,„-,, r„ 

Elliot Sumi 7, 16, 47, 127, 150 
Bertha Lopez 3, 16, 42, 52, 58, 60, 90, Brenda Pierce 44 ' 62 ' 90, 134, 135 

qi oo no irn .. • Matt Susanka 3, 14, 47, 51, 69, 90, 

91,92,123,150 Jackie Poggi 9, 13, 44, 62, 91, 92, 93, 137,147 

Tim Louie 16, 42, 139 116,142 

Terry Swade 4, 8, 14, 15, 16, 47, 51, 
jere Ponder 7, 62, 63, 91 57/ 59/ 66 71 , 116, T 29, 1 41 



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D Kurt Tamaru 1 1, 47, 59, 92, 139, 146, 

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^T' ^M 43 ' 56 ' 59 ' M ' 65 ' 7 °' Ann Raha " 9 ' 15 ' 45 ' 51 ' 57 ' 116 ' 144 ' Mark Taylor 8, 14, 48, 56, 58, 90, 92, 

110 ' 126 ' 150 150 ' 158 105,116,118,138,150,163 

ShivaMaralani8,13,66,92,116,142, Arun Rama 16, 45, 55, 103, 158 Greg Thibault 7, 11, 14, 48, 57, 66, 

SuryaRao45, 74, 115 90, 113, 117, 118, 126, 138, 150 

Bill Martin 11, 16, 60, 140, 150 _ T . ,_ ,_ M no 

Susan Reid 3, 45, 71,91, 99, 1 57 Susan Tiona 48, 73, 91 , 93 

Ann Mauer 7, 43, 56, 59, 63, 134, 144 „.„ _ 1A An rn ^ .^_ ^ r 

Nancy Reyes 8, 1 3, 45, 51 , 53, 57, 58, Bill Towne 1 4, 48, 65, 90, 1 1 7, 1 36, 

MikeMcGill 5, 43, 92, 142 106,125,128,129,150 138,161 

Keith McLean 5, 9, 10, 43, 58, 90, 92, chariece Robinson 45, 62, 90 Craig Tutton 48, 138 

109, 131, 160 

Mike Romberg 45, 150 
Peter Mihalakakos 5, 10, 14, 43, 55, V 

57, 66, 1 08, 1 1 6, 1 1 7, 1 50 Shannon Rose 45, 90, 93 



Mark Vranicar 3, 4, 6, 10, 48, 62, 65, 

66, 91, 99 



Greg Milan! 5, 7, 14, 15, 43, 91, 145, Anderson Rowe 2, 10, 46, 60, 136 
150 Lucille Russo 4, 16, 46, 100, 165 

Maddie Moriarty 8, 43, 58, 64, 68, 90, y 

120,150 ^ 

Steve Motarjeme 13,43, 54, 65,127, Dennis Yick 7, 1 1 , 1 6, 48, 58, 63, 1 1 7, 

1 46, 1 50 David Sachtleben 1 6, 46, 63, 93 1 21 ' 1 25 ' 1 50 

Joe Sauer 46, 59, 64, 72, 90, 1 35, 1 59 

N Matt Scanlon 46, 56, 58, 60, 69, 157 

Darren Nelson 43, 55 Mark Schemmel 7, 46, 50, 64, 101, 

126, 129, 150, 157 
Elaine Nelson 2, 7, 44, 53, 90, 119 

Cindy Schieber 4, 7, 46, 56, 63, 65, 
Rim Nemickas 44, 66, 136, 138, 150, 90 102 131 150 



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Rudy Schlais 46, 93, 1 1 9, 1 63 

Richard Shuey 2, 3, 7, 14, 46, 56, 62, 
90, 92, 122, 160 



Jeff Shulkin 9, 10, 47, 51, 60, 90, 92, 
Sharon O'Brien 6, 44, 60, 64, 118, 111 < 1 1 7 - 1 50, 165 

1 26 ' 1 50 Stacey Simonson 47, 92, 1 21 

Jeff Osofsky44, 134, 135, 164 Patrick sims 47# 52/ 55/ 70/ 93# U4> 



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