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A BRIEF HISTORY OF LOYOLA-STRITCH 



Loyola University of Chicago was 
founded In 1870 and moved from 
Chicago's west side to. what is now, 
the Lake Shore Campus, in 1909. 

Recognizing the need for a strong 
medical school with university 
aflFiliation at that time, Loyola drew 
up a plan of gradual evolution 
through unification with a few of 
the area's leading independent 
medical schools. Thus, Loyola 
affiliated itself with Illinois 
Medical College in 1909 and with 
Bennet and Reliance Medical 
Colleges the following year. In 
1915, this loose organization was 
passed to the control of the 
University trustees and became the 
Loyola University School of 
Medicine. 

A home for Loyola's medical school 
was chosen in 1917 with the 
purchase of the old Chicago College 
of Medicine and Surgery building on 
South Walcott Avenue, across the 
street from Cook County Hospital. 
Three years later, the Loyola 
University School of Medicine was 
accredited by the Council of Medical 
Education and Hospitals of the 
American Medical Association, 
and, shortly thereafter, became a 
member of the Association of 
American Medical Colleges. 

Loyola's efforts to improve its 
medical school facilities were 
limited by the lack of funds until 
Samuel Cardinal Strltch, in the 
1940's, lent his name to an annual 





fund raising diimer that has become 
the main source of continuous 
financial support for the medical 
school. In his honor, Loyola 
renamed its medical school: the 
Stritch School of Medicine. With 
the new-found funds and Cardinal 
Stritch's encouragement, Loyola 
began planning for the construction 
of a new medical school building. 
Several sites were considered before 
the University finally decided on a 
site in Maywood just adjacent to the 
Hlnes Veterans Administration 
Hospital. Loyola's plan for this 60 
acre piece of land was not only for a 
medical school but for a complete 
medical center. 

Official construction on the medical 
center did not begin until 1965, but 
by 1969, the new medical school was 
in operation. In honor of a generous 
benefactor, the new teaching 
hospital was named the Foster G. 
McGaw Hospital of Loyola 
University. 

The demand for medical care grew to 
be so great that, in the 1980's. the 
University began a program of 
medical center expansion and 
remodeling. The Mulcahy 

Outpatient Center was finished and 



open for patient care in 1 98 1 . Thi 
was followed, two years later, by th 
acquisition of one of the Hines V. 
administration buildings by th 
medical center to provide offic 
space for clinical departments an( 
for the new Medical Humanitie 
Program. In 1986. a new nine stor 
building, which was named th 
Russo Surgical Pavillion, was adde( 
to the medical center. Also in 1986 
the Loyola University Medica 
Center was designated as a level 
Trauma Center for the state o 
Illinois. Two years later, the Loyol; 
LIfestar Helicopter emergencj 
medical system was finished anc 
fully In operation. 

The last four years has brought witl 
it a new Emergency Room 
administration building anc 
parking structure. And today 
construction is already underway 
for the Aeromedlcal Facility and the 
Cancer Center. 

This continuous growth and 
improvement of the Loyola 
University Medical Center 
exemplifies It as an institution that 
Is always changing to better serve 
the community. Just as Samuel 
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John Clancy, Jr., Ph.D. - Chairperson 




Department of Internal Medicine 

Marion H. Brool<s, M.D. - Chairperson 




Department of Microbiology and Immunology 

Katherine L Knight, Ph.D. - Chairperson 




Department of Neurology 

Gastone G. Celesia, M.D. - Chairperson 




Department of Nuclear Medicine 

Robert E. Hen kin, M.D. - Chairperson 




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Donald M. Bers, Ph.D. - Chairperson 




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Robert deVito, M.D. - Chairperson 




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Department of Surgery 

Robert J. Freeark, M.D. - Chairperson 




Department of Urology 

Robert C. Flanigan, M.D. - Chairperson 




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Lisa Simons. M.D. - Acting Chairperson 
Department of Anesthesiology 



Roque Pifarre, M.D. - Chairperson 
Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery 





Gregory J. Matz, M.D. - Chairperson 
Department of Otolaryngology 



Craig L. Anderson, M.D. - Chairperson 
Department of Pediatrics 



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Special People 




Lisa Metoyer. Judie Carrino, Dee Harris. Brian Conway, Ginny Westerman 

Office of Student Affairs 



Sandy Brehm, Office Manager 
Academic and Student Affairs 




Father Joseph Boel. S.J. 
Chaplain 



Alice 
Food Services 



Ralph Hester 
Security 



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Helene Orloff. Jeanine Oczkowski, Genevieve Fitzgibbon. Debbie Wood 
Office of Registration and Records 



Gerry Coates 
Bursar 








Lisa Harrison and Ginger Moore 
Dean of Students Office 



Donna Sobie 
Financial Aid 




Lora Robbins and Jeanne Sadlik 
Library Services 



Andrew Gugalo. Coordinator 
Educational Facilities 



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Kathy Smith, Wilma Patton. Pat Saraz, Jean Trzos 
Office of Admissions 



JoAnne Sandoval and Mary Kroeger, R.N. 
Student Health 




Jean Waden and Paula Thomson 
Medical Education 



Daniel Burr, Ph.D 
Associate Dean of Admissions (9/80-3/92) 




Denise Gehrke and Elvira Sichelski 
Matthews Bookstore 



"The Shuttle Bus" 
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Vince Henehan 
Fitness Center Coordinator 



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shman • sophomore • freshman • sophomore • freshman • soph 





DOOGIE'S DIARY 



Day 1 — Freshman Orientation: 

'Today Is the first day of the rest of my 
life." — seems cliche, but it's true! I am 
finally starting my life long ambition of 
becoming a DOCTOR. Everyone said 
that I'd make it to med school, but I 
had my doubts. As a matter of fact, 
looking around the room during the 
orientation lectures today, I still have 
my doubts. These were people from 
the most prestigious colleges, and they 
weren't all book worms either. Yep, I 
certainly had my work cut out for me. 
Dean Leischner eased my concerns 
when he flatly stated that although we 
all come from different backgrounds, 
we all had something of "what it takes" 
to make a doctor. 
Day 2 — Anatomy: 
Wow, the classes really hit the ground 
running in medical school. Today's 
only the first real day and already we 
had a full day of lectures in Histology. 
Biochem and Anatomy. Sure, I've had 
similar courses in college, but I've 
never had ANATOMY LAB!! After dis- 



cussing the initial dissection in lecture 
with Dr. McNulty we proceeded to the 
locker room to change for anatomy lab 
— hey. what locker room?! (Luckily, 
mom always made sure I wore a clean 
pair.) We all filed into a room full of 
metal tables, where The Rich-meister 
(The Rich-ster, the Rich-man) 
assigned us our cadavers. Then came 
the unveiling — fortunately 1 only had 
a light breakfast. 
Day 52 — Post-Exam Blues: 
Well, 1 sure have enjoyed summer. 
Perhaps a little too much. I guess my 
"big brother" wasn't joking when he 
warned me that the tests were a lot 
tougher than in college. We just got 
done with EXAM WEEK. 1 couldn't 
believe it. Who had time to sleep!!! I 
think that my "all nighters" have 
turned into "all weekers"! I'm mentally 
drained. 1 can hardly move, but 1 have 
to get up because I'm late for the post- 
exam week party. 
Day 73 — Zoology or Pub-ology: 
(the quest for the best pub in town) 
Who says medical school can't be fun? 
For example, today was one of the 



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most beautiful Chicago autumn days 
and there was no way I could stand 
looking at another fibroblast under the 
scope. I've always said — if you've seen 
one fibroblast, you've seen them all! 
So. seeing as Brookfield zoo is FREE 
{key word] today, 1 sort of missed Histo 
lab and went to the zoo. And, by the 
way. what's up with this Biochem 
paper? When's that due? 
Day 126 — St. Luke's Banquet: 
Hey, not bad. We had the whole day 
off, and then went to a beautiful ban- 
quet honoring St. Luke (Patron saint 
of Physicians). Tons of prizes were 
given away. 1 didn't win anything. A 



senior medical student told me that I 
should get used to disappointment ... 
especially at St. Luke's Night, 1 wonder 
what he meant. 
Day 138 — More exams: 
Well, here 1 am again — CRAMMING 
for the exams. What ever happened to 
anatomy where "the foot bone is con- 
nected to the leg bone" stuff? And, by 
the way, l)why is "Bono" of U2 fame 
(a,k.a. Dr. Kelly) teaching Biochem 
and 2)when is this Biochem paper 
due? 

Day 155 — Post-finals blues: 
I know I failed! 1 nearly passed out 
during the Biochem. exam.. There's no 



way I could have passed those tes 
The instructors are going to lau 
when they grade my papers! 
Day 203 — Med School continue: 

Well, it's a new semester and I'm s 
in Med School. 1 guess that test v 
tough for everyone else, too — even ' 
ones who came out saying it was ea 
Now, I'm thrown into Physio. Nei 
and Behavioral Sciences. Physiol( 
lectures are sort of fun with the "Fr 
and Frack" antics of Drs. Lipsius a 
Thomas. And of course, it's alw; 
exciting when Mike Sacco butts hej 
(or hairstyles, or ... lack of hairstyl 
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Day 228--Intramural sports vs. 
studying (Hmmm. Tough one.) 

Our class is incredibly athletic. I 
mean if we're not winning in basket- 
ball, then we're dominating on the 
volleyball court. Thank God for the 
Califomians. They help us win while 
looking good in SIDEOUT gear. (Oh, 1 
can't neglect the other coast. Thank 
God for the New Jersey types. I knew 
there was hope when I locked my 
keys in the car. Those guys can get 
into anything.) 
Day 235 -CRAMMING 
I'm starting to notice a definite pat- 
tern with this exam thing. I've got to 
get more organized, and dam it, I've 
got to stop looking at these coop 
notes. I don't think they're always 
100% accurate. 

Day 250~Behavioral Science: 
Today was unusual. 1 was the only 
one in attendance at Behavioral Sci- 
ence lecture. Usually, it's the other 
way. around--full class... no instruc- 
tor. Then there's the subject of DR. 
Shea. No normal person draws with 
both hands and... soooo what if my 
father was born in California, is a 
lawyer from Notre Dame and now 
lives in Berwyn!! 
Day 270 -Spring Fever: 
Baseball is in the air... and in the 
MDL's. This is actually a dangerous 
sport--for spectators. No one can pre- 
dict where the Whiffle-ball will get 
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breaks up the monotony of the day. 
Day 294--The Final Final: 

It's over! Ifs actually over! I've... made it through medi 

school (okay, at least 1 made it through the first year). 

going to use this vacation to its fullest. Two months 

probably the most time I'll have off for the rest of my li 

Yrll/ Day 1--Back to School 

School's the same (including the poor seats in the lecti 

hall), but our MDLs have changed! Now we're on the Fi 

Ave. side and get to look out the hallway window at i 

beautiful Miller's Meadow (in which our cars are illeg 

parked). 

Yrll/ Day 39- 

Immuno/Micro/Phar/Path: 

No, school is definitely not the same. Last year we lean 

about medicine, when things work properly. Now, 

learn the infinite ways those things can get messed i 

Seems like the MDLs have developed new recreatioi 

activities: 1) playing chess. 2) betting on cars skiddi 

through a flooded First Ave. and 3) going to Arlingt 

Park to bet on the horses. Rarely do 1 find someone stu( 

ing in the MDL's anymore. 

Yrn/ Day 107--St. Lukes Night: 

Another disappointment. (In more ways than one) 

Yrll/ Day 134 -Post exam blues: 

I don't know what it was I studied, but I certainly did i 

study the stuff that was on the Micro final. When tl: 

gave us two test booklets (a blue and a yellow), I knei 

was in trouble. 

Yrll/ Day 150~Pre-Boards: 



JNIOR • SENIOR • JUNIOR • SENIOR • JUNIOR • SENIOR • JUNIO 




First day of second semester and I'm faced with a tough 

decision... study for boards, or go on the annual class ski 

trip to the U.P. 

Yrll/ Day 162--Second Semester and P-Dog: 

First of all, where does that stupid name, Pee-Dog, come 

from. Is it just something Dr, Hering thought up? Finally, 

we get some patient exposure. This is what medicine is all 

about, 1 can't wait to see my first live patient! Tonight. I 

practice steps 1-25 of the exam and tomorrow steps 26- 

73. I hope my cat's ready for a long night of poking and 

proding. (I'll skip step 65--the rectal. I don't have gloves.) 

Yrll/ Day 181-Preceptorship: 

Here's my big day. Today 1 was supposed to meet with my 

preceptor... but he blew me off! 

Yrll/Day 181-Preceptorship part II: 

Here's my big day, again. I did my first history today. My 

voice seemed to crackle and my palms were so sweaty, 

but 1 knew 1 was successful when it took me under two 

hours to suspect cellulitis/ And next... the physical (which 

will be done tomorrow at the request of the patient). 

Yrll/ Day 260 -End of Second Year. 

Organ systems exam was difficult, priming me for what 

lay ahead---National Boards part 1, 1 have three weeks 

and not a second to waste. Time to start cramming 

(again). 

June 12, 1991-NMBE part I: 




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JUNIOR • SENIOR • JUNIOR • SENIOR • JUNIOR • SENIOR • JUNIO 




Two days from hell. I never want to see a soft No. 2 lead 
pencil again. 1 hated those glossy photo pages. There was 
a photo of a cell, a fibroblast---er, 1 think it was a fibro- 
blast. Whatever!! The test is over! Good thing I wasn't one 
of those unlucky souls in Wisconsin who have to wait 
until September. DA BULLS won the NBA championship 
and I'm outta here!!! 
Yrm/ Surgery: 

"Sleep is for the weak", "7 O'clock, not to be confused with 
7:01". 'The Big Rich vs. the Big Deaver — which one will 1 
get today?", "Do I dare ask to scrub out because: l)my 
arms are tired 2) hypoglycemia 3)1 shouldn't have drank 3 
cups of coffee and 4)you've seen one Whipple, you've seen 
them all? 
Pediatrics: 

It's not even winter, and I've got the worst cold of my life. 
The most important thing to remember about a sick kid — 
otitis media, otitis media, otitis media, (Okay, let's not for- 
get viral gastroenteritis). Now, at the playground, I can 
differentiate a Tanner 2 from a Tanner 3. 
OB/GYN: 

Here, we can help bring in a new life, one that may some- 
day change the world. I got to do my first delivery — okay, 
so I "delivered" a placenta. The next day I actually deliv- 
ered the baby and then demonstrated my surgical preci- 
sion at cutting the umbilical cord. At gyne clinic, I became 
dehydrated after sweating at least 2 liters while trying to 
find the "button nose". 
Psychiatry: 

I enjoyed the rotation .... no you didn't .... yes I did .... hey, 
who said that ... 




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Nothing like life in the VA-spa. 1 attended team meetings, 
group sessions and competed in the Hines Psych Month- 
ly Ping-Pong Tournament. I hung out with "Steven Segal" 
and "Jesus Christ" as well as countless Munchausen's 
malingerers. Yep, psych sure was an experience to 
remember. 
Medicine: 

1 have never spent so much time discussing one patient, 
as I have on this rotation. Rounds can take up to 6 hours! 
I'm getting out as late as 1 did during surgery. At Hines, 1 
discouraged the service from ordering labs, because "you- 
know-who" would have to draw them. Why is it that no 
matter how many things I included in my differential 
diagnosis, my attending would know 10 more??!! 
Yesir IV — The Quest for the Residency Begins 
The year started with my electives geared toward my cho- 
sen specialty. I worked extra hard those first few months 
to line up good letters of recommendation. But then, it 
was "Miller Time" — time to relax and read the mail from 
Podunk Hospital in Idaho. Ah yes, the countless hours 
wasted sifting through mindless propaganda and "doc- 
tored-up" photo catalogues. Every hospital emphasized 
their wonderful recreational facilities and beautiful com- 
munities. (I'll have plenty of time to enjoy those things, 
NOT) The early part of the year was filled with deadlines 
— deadlines for letters of recommendation, deadlines for 
signing up for the boards, deadlines for turning in appli- 
cations and best of all, deadlines for deadlines. 1 typed my 
personal statemient and curriculum vitae with diligent 



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care, expanding voids witJi fillers such as community ser- 
vice and volunteer work. On the applications, the Honors 
and Awards section boasted achievements such as "Boy 
Scout of the Year, Troop 411, 1985". 

By November. I was bitten by a Drosophila infected with 
the senioritis bug. This diagnosis came about empirically, 
based on the symptoms of: l)easy fatigueability, 2)lack of 
motivation, 3)general disregard for house staff, and 
4)increased awareness of places and ways to "hide out". 
Of course, people afflicted with this ailment should 
refrain from going to work — a recommendation which I 
followed. 

About mid-November, I started hearing from programs 
to which I had applied. Rejection and disappointment 
weren't too hard to accept, after being conditioned by four 
years at St. Luke's Night. But, surprisingly, my applica- 
tions were actually read by several hospitals and inter- 
views were granted. On the interview circuit I felt like a 
hobo, traveling from town to town, surviving on the free 
meals provided by the hospitals. (But remember, "There 
are no free lunches".) 

After a quick winter vacation, 1 returned to the grind 
starting with cardiographies, then St. Lucia, and then 
surgical anatomy. After countless hours of tormenting 
deliberation. I submitted my rank list. 1 think I changed 
my rank list ten times ... eleven, if you count the time 
right before I turned it in. 

1 was haunted by the ever approaching Match Day and 
the nuisance of the USMLE II (formerly known as NMBE 
11 — like it makes a difference what you call a test!) Why 
don't they just call it the RS-TNLS part II? Sure, I wanted 
to study for the boards, but who had the time? For now, I 
had oodles of social obligations to fill my time. Anyhow, I 
was told 98% pass the boards (which, of course, means 
2.4 people in our class would not). 

Match Day came and went. They gave us Match Day 
off. Why not the day after Match day? or even better, why 
not the whole week off? On that Monday before the 
Match. I was preoccupied with worries of receiving that 
dreaded "phone call" from the Dean. I nearly had an Ml 
when the phone rang at 5:15 p.m. (Fortunately, it was 
only the Visa company calling and wanting to know if 1 
was interested in their credit card protection plan.) On 
Tuesday, my anxiety multiplied. I just wanted to know 
"where?". On Wednesday, March 17, 1993, the envelope 
was handed to me and the answer was finally revealed! 

Boards went by like all the other exams — a sort of 
queezy nauseous feeling, but I passed. Now, 1 sit with my 
boxes packed and addressed to Podunk, Idaho, anxiously 
waiting to start my life again. As 1 look back, all the hours 
spent studying, all the frustrations and fears, all the trials 
and tears, were tempered by the warmth and love of the 
friends I'd made. The true memories and feelings of med- 
ical school, perhaps the most intense and significant part 
of my life, are too great to put on paper. 1 look forward 
with great anticipation: confident, that 1 have a little more 
of "what it takes" to be a doctor. 




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(Written by Aras Tijunelis. John Fiedler, and Lisa Wong) 



DATE WRITTEN 



DATE 



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LOYOLA UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER 



HPI: These headaches have enabled us to become who we are today: a bunch 



of people qualified to do rectal exams, insert Foley catheters and NG tubes, 



and suction trach tubes, in other words - scut monkeys! 




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his brain right where my finger is." 



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This is me at 20 mos. 



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I wish everyone the best 

of luck in the future. 

Never give up on your dreams. 

Love, Angela 




This is my fiancee Tony 



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Lucian Johnson 



Marv Jane Johnson 



Vincent in 2nd Grade 



Vincent in 5th Grade 



Humble beginnings can lead to successful ends. Thanks mom and dad. 1 love you. 




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STOPPING BY WOODS 
ON A SNOWY EVENING 

Whose woods these are I think I know. 
His house is in the village though; 
He will not see me stopping here 
To watch his woods fill up with snow. 

My little horse must think it queer 
To stop without a farmhouse near 
Between the woods and frozen lake 
The darkest evening of the year. 

He gives his harness bells a shake 
To ask if there is some mistake. 
The only other sound's the sweep 
Of easy wind and downy flake. 

The woods are lovely, dark and deep. 
But I have promises to keep. 
And miles to go before I sleep. 
And miles to go before 1 sleep. 



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friends, and of course 

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Live Your World of Dreams 

Lean against a tree 

And dream your world of dreams 

Work hard at what you like to do 

And try to overcome all obstacles 

Laugh at your mistakes 

And praise yourself for learning from them 

Pick some llowers 

And appreciate the beauty of nature 

Say hello to strangers 

And enjoy the people you know 

Don't be afraid to show your emotions 

Laughing and crying make you feel better 

Love your friends, family with your entire being 

They are the most important part of your life 

Feel the calmness on a quiet sunny day 

And plan what you want to accomplish in life 

Find a rainbow 

And live your 

World of dreams - Susan Polls Schutz 

Thanks Mom. Dad, Steve, all my friends, family for 
helping me make my dream a reality! Love, Susan 



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Not Pictured. But Infinitely 

Important Are 

Grandma Henry 

Grandma Larkin 

Stephanie (Shelby Sexton) 

Carolyn Sayles 

And all other family and friends 

Who have made this nightmare possible! 

Thank you and love always! 





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Siskel and Ebert Eat Your Hearts Out. 




crab salad is delicious and so Lo-Cal 
ling me to maintain my boyish figure! 



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Escapade #4. Ely, Minn. (1992) 



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If you have tried to do something and failed, you 
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Thanks to all the wonderful friends I've made over the . 
last four years, but, most of all, a special thank you to 
my best friend for always being there for me. I'll miss 
you very, very much. 




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Thank you, to the classes of '92 and '93 for 
your support and friendship. I hope that your 
careers are both fulfilling and successful. 






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The end is nothing. The road 

Is all." 

Nelson Algren 




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JACQUELINE G. WALKEF 



I've come a long way from the first blood pressure screen- 
ing in the local grocery store. Yes, 1 now know which way to 
put the stethoscope in my ears! However, the tension in the 
pit of my stomach is still there, every Ume I do a new proce- 
dure or deal with a dilBcult patient. The thrill is there too - 
that lirst delivery, the first time 1 sewed up a finger in the ER. 
As 1 look toward the fijture. I anticipate a lot of things - chal- 
lenges, long hours, deeply personal moments in people's 
lives. One thing 1 know for sure - medicine is ne\'er boring! 

1 am grateful to my parents for giving me the knowledge 
that I can do anything 1 set out to do. Thanks IVIom and Dad 
for always being there for me! And Cameron, thanks for 
putting up with all the craziness of being married to a med- 
head (now and in the years to come). Je t'aime! 

To my fellow medical students: Never forget that the 
paUent is why we are all here. VAYA CON DIOS! (Go with 
God). 




Paris. New Years 1991 





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Lord, give me a faith 

that expects greater things 
Whatever I do, 

let me give it my best — 
Anxious in nothing. 

at peace with the promise - 
That when I've done all I can 

you'll take care of the rest - 






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I went to the woods 

because I wished to live deliberately, 

to front only the essentials of life. 

and see if I could not learn 

what it had to teach. 

and not. when 1 came to die. 

discover that 1 had not lived. 

Walden Pond 

Henry David Thoreau 



How sweet 

Life 

was 

when 

a 

cup 

of 

coffee 

between 

two 

people 

could 

solve 

any 

problem ... 









I have absolutely no regrets . . . except for one thing 




My Family-only with them have m.y dream.s com.e true 



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CONGRATULATIONS EVERYone! Thanks for all the wonderful memories 



xreta's Birthday at 

the Checkerboard Lx)unge 

tavels with Brad: 

Washington D.C.. 

NYC. Florida, 

Kansas, Iowa, Ohio, 

St. Louis, ISU ... 

he Firm with Carol-"now 

I't this better than dieting?" 

ate night euchre with 

Scott and Kathiyn 

ihe Kankakee Canoe Trip 

:00 Mass with Fr. Boel 

he Cubs! Da BuUs! 

t. Luke's 

Jl School Picnics 

rrA Train Trip 

>isorientation Week 

latch Day 




•Rush St. during orientation 
•George Thorogood with 

Jim, Mark & Andrea 
•Anatomy with 'Team Leader 

& the California Girls" 
•The "O'Hare Incident" 
•O'SuUivans-Aug. 23. 1989 
•Michigan Ski Trip- 
Balderdash! 
•Volleyball with 

the Yohimbes 
•Architecture Tours with 

Mick 
•Wine Tastings with Mick 
•Roadtrips to I.U. 

Go Hoosiers ! 
•Andrew Lloyd Webber 

and Geja's 
•Australia-G'day mates ! 



CHEERS! 



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DATE WRITTEN 



DATE 



PROBLEM NO. 




LOYOLA 

UNIVERSITY 

CHICAGO 



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LOYOLA UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER 



FAMILY HX: 



1) Married - When? With whom? 



2) Engaged - Who is the lucky person? 



3) Children - How many? How cute are they? 



Any pictures? 



4) Who was the first to be married in our class? 



See below. 




Tom an d Debi Kaczynski^ 
12/27/85 



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ADM. DATE 



BIRTH DATE 



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ROOM/BED NO. 




Rich and Becky New 
July 17. 1987 



Mike and Kathy Marinko 
June 11. 1988 



Sheri and Paul W. Phillips 
September 17. 1988 




Paul and Meena Ariagno 
May 28. 1989 



Donna and Chris Kaltwasser 
Junes. 1989 



Andy and Jill Angelina 
June 25. 1989 



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July 14. 1990 



Charlie and Kathleen Callaghan 
July 14. 1990 



Mary and Greg Yee 
July 14. 1990 




Amy and Joe Murray 
March 2. 1991 



Mark and Barbara Cabin 
June 16. 1991 



Phil and Linda Dech 
June 22. 1991 



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Yaritza and Carlos Rodriguez 
December 28. 1991 



Jacqui and Cameron Walker 
May 16. 1992 



Steve and Katie Zumacian 
June 22. 1992 



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Kevin and Colleen Bock 
June 28. 1992 



Scott and Bridget Cienkus 
Julys, 1992 



Mark and Kristin Miner 
July 11. 1992 ■ 




Chris and Joe McShea 
July 18. 1992 



Patti and Dave Young 
September 19. 1992 



John and Tomi Pandoljino 
October 4. 1992 



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Lisa Stryck 

Scott Gold 

May 1. 1993 



Tom Vescio 

Lori Weber 

May 8. 1993 



John Fiedler 
Chenjl Paradis 
May 14. 1993 




Sue PlozaJ 
Steve Gorman 
May 15. 1993 



Chuck Adamczyk 
Cindy Bannon 
May 22. 1 993 



Linda Hansen 

Jim Fowler 
May 22. 1993 



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Barry Freeman 
Eva Kaczynski 
May 28. 1993 



Angela Castas 

Maria Paterakos 

May 30, 1993 




Sheryl Kuzmenka 

Jeff Louie 

June 11. 1993 



Matt Schmidt 
Bonnie Gulden 
June 13. 1993 



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Jeff Perkins 
Mary Stockton 
June 19, 1993 



Angela Davis 

Antony R. Thomas 

June 20, 1993 



Mike Brezinsky 

Christine Kelly 

September 25. 199: 




Cathy Gentemann 

Mike Welman 
To be announced 



Christina New 



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DATE WRITTEN 



DATE PROBLEM NO- 



LOYOLA 
I UNIVERSITY 
2F3E112 CHICAGO 

^-D"^ LOYOLA UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER 




Psychosocial: heads 



HOME: majority from Illinois not California 



EMPLOYMENT: presently unemployed and in major league debt. 



ACTIVITIES: shopping, eating, scamming, bungee cord jumping, etc. 



DRUGS: see social Hx 



SEX: see social Hx 




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HOW WE'VE CHANGED 





Total # of 
students 


#of female 
students 


tfof male stu- 
dents 


#of students 
married 


# of students 
engaged 


# of students 
with children 


Freshman Year 


132 


54 


78 


9 


1 


2 


Senior Year 
(As of Feb. 1993] 


128 


52 


76 


27 


25 


3 



Tuition at Loyola Stritch School of Medicine 





1989-90 


1990-91 


1991-92 


1992-93 


Resident of IL 


$13,800 


$14,800 


$15,800 


$16,750 


Non-Resident 


$17,650 


$18,800 


$19,900 


$21,100 





2nd year 


3rd year 


4th year 


Meal tickets given out 


none 


not enough 


still not 
enough 


Average History and 
Physicals written 


8 


200 


4 



Senior 


Class of 1993 




States represented 




Illinois 


67 


Arizona 


1 


California 


44 


Minnesota 


1 


New York 


4 


North 




Indiana 


3 


Carolina 


1 


Michigan 


3 


Oklahoma 


1 


Pennsylvania 


2 


Washington 


1 


New Jersey 


1 







LOYOLA IS GROWING!!! 

•March 1991 

Dedication of the Emergency Room Care Facility 

• August 1991 

Opening of the multi-level parking structure 

• May 1993 

Expected opening date of the Aeromedical Facility 

• July 1994 

Expected opening date of the Cancer Center 



DID YOU KNOW .... 

Foster G. McGaw Hospital, A 567-bed tertiary care facility, features: 

• The only Level I trauma center ser\ing western Cook County and all of DuPage County. 

• A 14-bed bum center servicing a four-state region. 

• One of four cranial base surgery centers in the nation. 

• One of ten perinatal centers in the state. 

• A 50-bed neonatal intensive care unit, where the world's smallest baby ever to survive (9.9 oz.) was deliv- 
ered and cared for. 

• An aeromedical service that features a "flying emergency room" helicopter, I>oyola Lifestar. 



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WHAT HAPPENS NEXT? 



Charles Adamczyk 
Andrew Angelino 
Joseph Aquilina 
Imelda Arcenio 
Paul Ariagno 
Ermin Arriola 
Steve Bardfield 
Michael Beyer 
Scott Blitz 
Kevin Bock 
Thomas Brand 
Michael Brezinsky 
Richard Broderick 
Rasa Buntinas 
Mark Cabin 
Charles Callaghan 
David Castaldo 
Robert Challenger 
David Christensen 
Scott Cienkus 
Dawn Clark 
Kellee Clougherty 
Yaritza Colon-Marquez 
Eileen Consorti 
Angelo Costas 
Scott Craig 
Stephen Cruz 
Jerald Cundiff 
Long Dang 
Angela Davis 
Philip Dech 
Susan Demeester 
James Donovan 
Glynn Elliott 
John Fiedler 
Barry Freeman 
Cathy Gentemann 
Mark Gettleman 
Mark Grossman 
Marianne Guschwan 
Linda Hansen 
Donald Hebel 
Kenworth Holness 
Michael Horn 
Emmie Hsu 
Eugene Hwang 
Melanie Johnson 
Vincent Johnson 
Debora Kaczynski 
Eva Kaczynski 
Donna Kaltwasser 
Aeri Kang 
Kian Kaz 
Sheryl Kuzmenka 
Janice Lasky 
Ashley Lee 
Steve Lin 
Joseph Losurdo 
Jeflrey Louie 
Brigitta Lusser 
Michael Marinko 
Shannon McCole 
Jeffrey Mclnturff 
Christina McShea 



On completing residency, seen moonlighting on the side as a neuro-surgeon. 

Becomes the next Sigmund Freud. 

Replaces Luke Perry on Beverly Hills 90210. 

Wins Nobel Peace Prize for philanthropy. 

Last seen in the back row of the lecture hall still talking to his buddies. 

President of Golds Gym. 

Makes millions designing a line of bowling shirts. 

Opens up his own Little Shop of Horrors. 

Future Mr. Mom. 

Becomes a successful TV evangelist. 

PGA Champion of the year 2000. 

Doctor by day, Chippendale dancer by night. 

Regrows moustache and replaces Tom Selleck. 

Opens up a Lithuanian dance studio with Aras. 

Quits his job and opens up an M&M watch factory. 

Fulfills his lifelong dream to become the Leprechaun mascot at Notre Dame. 

Finally loses Babe title to Tom Brand. 

Changes his name to Neal and joins NASA. 

Winner of Iron Man competition in the year 2000. 

Still with the same haircut, drinking Old Style, and driving the same crappy car. 

Gets lost on her way to California and opens up a Sushi shop in Peru, Illinois. 

Opens up a coffee shop in Berkeley. 

Only pediatrician who has to look up to her patients. 

Has been seen around Loyola saying, "E.T. phone home." 

Seen having dinner with his wife and children, and Tom Vescio. 

Seen selling live bait and recreation vehicles. 

Wins Mr. Universe title in 1996. 

Gives up fast women for fast cars. 

Replaces Jean-Claude Van Damme in Lionheart ll-the Quest for Blood. 

Appears on the cover of Vogue magazine in 1995. 

Becomes Surgeon General and removes the Warning labels. 

Invents the ultimate self-retaining retractor, praised by millions of med students. 

Still has never seen the fundus. 

Finally retires from bar brawling and decides to start practicing medicine. 

Starts working out and replaces Dolph Lungren in Rocky 10. 

The new Jimmy the Greek. 

Becomes surf champion on the pro surfing circuit. 

Official Goofy character at Disneyland. 

The next Mel Blanc for Warner Brothers cartoons. 

Head reporter for the Enquirer. 

Opens up her own fruit juice factory. 

Masseur to the rich and famous. 

Miss America announcer. 

Replaces Michael Jordan on the Bulls. 

Has a million dollar smile and wins a spot on a Colgate commercial. 

Becomes Debbie Gibson's manager after Kassy cut him from the team. 

Teaches deep sea diving in Hawaii. 

Manages BP's of one million over 60 during intergalactic residency. 

Makes a million due to gambling tips from "new relative." 

Opens up the first Polish restaurant in Fresno, California. 

Moves to Iowa and opens up a dog farm. 

Changes last name to epiglottis to reunite with her anatomic origins. 

Seen on tabloid cover for "sighting" Elvis. 

Gets caught having sister take call for her one night during residency. 

Models lingerie tor Garanimals. 

Still doesn't know what to do and applies to yet another transitional year. 

Lands a part on Studs, and finally finds the woman of his dreams. 

Becomes a professional belly dancer. 

Comes out with a new line of jeans called Faded Crotch. 

Wins the world's loudest sneeze contest. 

Next head coach of the Chicago Bears. 

Still won't let anyone date her sister. 

Campaign manager for Ross Perot in 1996. 

Stars in "Top Gun 11" opposite Tom Cruise. 



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HAT HAPPENS NEXT? 



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Mobarhan 
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Murad 
Vlurray 
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Nguyen 
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Nikolas 
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Ploszaj 
sa Poirier 
m Remington 
n Rohde 
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I Sayles 
lew Schmidt 
Schneider 
m Senica 
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)n Sorensen 
Sprague 
Springs-Philli 
■yn Staggs 
3l Starr 
Steinbach 
Stryck 
.n Talle 
Tijunelis 
Tillema 
Bile Toma 
inder Tosiou 
Toussaint 
■uong 

Dn Vadehra 
:as Vescio 
Wakasa 
ueline Walker 
White 

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y Winkler 
Womack 
Wong 
' Yee 
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n Yi 
3n Yim 
;her Young 
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ela Yung 
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Becomes the Lead guitarist for Spinal Tap. 

Names first son Cole. 

Moonlights as a gigolo on weekends. 

Opens up a practice with her dad called Mo' Mobarhan. 

Seen on David Letterman in 10 years performing stupid bike tricks. 

Becomes the next Cat Woman in Batman III. 

Seen doing a military fellowship in Somalia. 

New head of Greenpeace organization. 

Author of Macho and Damn Proud of it. 

Designs own line of fatigue scrubs. 

Professional TV watcher. 

Otherwise known as the Greek Goddess. 

Seen on Jeopardy and becomes the all time leading money winner. 

While in California, insults Michael Jackson and gets beaten up !!! 

Organizer of Hands Across America. 

Gets a million dollar contract with Lancome and quits residency. 

Still lifting weights only for his upper body. 

Stays another year at Loyola so he can be President of next year's class. 

Designs own golf course at Disneyland that he shares with Goofy. 

Author of Tall Men and Why I Love Them. 

Favorite cartoon is Fritz the Cat. 

Editor for GO magazine. 

Quits medical school and becomes head writer for All My Children. 

Becomes a professional mechanical bull rider. 

Lands a part in the next Steven Sondheim musical. 

Last seen dropping off consults at Mines, never heard from again. 

Five years from now seen in Jewel supermarket with 12 children. 

Replaces Babe Winkelman as host of "Good Fishin." 

Author of Perfect Hair in five minutes or less. 

Head of the MICU, CCU, and ER at Loyola in 2010. 

Hosts Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom. 

Arrested for videotaping artwork at the Art Institute of Chicago. 

Fitness Trainer for the Laker Girls. 

Makes other residents wear rocket shoes to keep up with her. 

Seen still looking for the perfect cup of coffee. 

Found teaching Biology in an all girls high school. 

Runs for President in the year 2000. 

Replaces Winship and changes the name to Stryck School of Medicine. 

Designs a new line of men's wear. 

Replaces Andrew as the AV tech at Loyola. 

Designs neonatal clothing called "Just my Size." 

Has three kids and names them Tera, Herma, and Hepa. 

Hired on as Riddick Bowe's cut man and becomes the new "fight doctor." 

Starts own baseball trivia talk show. 

Becomes a stand up comic in New York City. 

Owns a chain of fast food Indian restaurants in Beverly Hills. 

Becomes Blackhawk goalie and helps the team win the Stanley Cup. 

Runs a successful organic cooking school. 

Winner of the wildest toga. 

Seen in Boston bar with a man named Norm. 

Removes Bob Hope's prostate and becomes Urologist to the stars. 

Becomes the head coach of the New Kids and decides to clip everyone. 

Finally finds out how the brain works and is disappointed. 

Becomes the official bubble letter sign maker for the NBA. 

Last seen getting into Great America for half the price. 

Opens up an organic vegetarian health food restaurant in Eugene, Oregon. 

Still looking up labs for Dr. Pickleman. 

Editor of Asian Stud magazine. 

Last seen on t.v. as an assistant to the New Frugal Gourmet. 

Seen at Houlihan's eating Caramel Crunch Pie. 

Professional buyer for Nordstrom's and Saks Fifth Avenue. 

Produces, directs, and stars in own line of fitness video tapes. 

Signs exclusive contract for Coors commercial (Doctor recommended). 



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JUST FOR LAUGHS 





MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY FOR THE LAYMAN 


Artery 


The study of fine paintings 


Barium 


What you do when C.P.R. fails 


Colic 


A sheep dog 


Congenital 


Friendly 


Dilate 


To live long 


Fester 


Quicker 


G.I. Series 


Baseball games between teams of soldiers 


Medical Staff 


A doctor's cane 


Morbid 


A higher offer 


Nitrate 


Lower than the day rate 


Node 


Was aware of 


Organic 


Church musician 


Outpatient 


A person who has fainted 


Protein 


In favor of young people 


Secretion 


Hiding anything 


Serology 


Study of English Knighthood 


Tablet 


A small table 


Tumor 


An extra pair 


Urine 


Opposite of youYe out 


Varicose Veins 


Veins which are very close together 



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QUOTES 

"Why did we want to go to medical school'', .because 
we are bad at math." 

Dr. Ing 

"We should put hydrochlorothiazide and furosemide in 
the drinking water." 

Dr. Cooper 
[on the prevalence ol tiypedenston in this country] 

"Giving these lectures Is like sending radio waves into 
space." 

Dr. Cooper 

[concerning ttiesa last three Preventive Medicine MDL 

sessions] 



QUOTES 

"Being a Medical Student is like being in the front line and 
you're shooting blanks" Dr. Silberberg [and it you are a 

second year medical student, ail you have is your hand in your pocket] 

■[this was a study] between Loyola and the University of 
SoLrthern Alabama. ..what an unholy alliance that was!" 

Dr. Baker 

'Is there a zoom lens?" Dr. Hatch 

[obviously unaware of the limited capabilities ot our slide 
projector] 

"Can I have a lick?" Nip Vadehra to Matt Schmidt 

[requesting a taste ot l^attfe tolipop] 



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ARE YOU LAUGHING YET? 




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A CARTOON WR>TT£N 
BY A DOCTOR: 





When entering a lecture late, one should; 

a. walk in the front door, pass in front of the professor and sit in 
the front row 

b. walk in the back door, stroll down the aisle blocking the 
projector and climb over ten people to get to that corner seat 

c. walk in the back door and take a seat in the back of the room 
quietly without disrupting the entire class 



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MATCH THE COAT WITH THE ROTATION 




Choices: 

1) Surgery 

2) Medicine 

3) Psychiatry 

4) OB/GYNE 

5) Pediatrics 



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DATE WRITTEN 



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PROBLEM NO, 



LOYOLA 

1 UNIVERSITY 

2 CHICAGO 




LOYOLA UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER 



LABS I Pending labs for headache w/u include: 



CBC c diff, BUN/Cr, lytes, 



glucose, AMSA, AMWA, MSU, 



AMA, FP, Al, SNMA, CMDS 



PSR, AOA, and ESR 



MR! and CT of head - pending 



DATA: Echo To r/o cardiac causes for HA: 



Findings: The heart of the future 



classes is strong, fully 



functional, c good wall 



motivation and good ejection 



fraction. 



Impression: Aortic stenosis is not seen. 



and therefore cardiac induced 



headaches are not likely. 



Would consider other 



etiological factors such as 



tuition, parking fees, scut jobs. 



and long call nights. 



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Congratulations Class of 1993! 



CLASS OF 1995 




Best wishes to the class of '93 



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FAMILY PRACTICE 




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;icians For Social Responsibility 



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Organizations Not Pictured 



Christian Medical Dental Society 

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CLASS OF 1993 


Freshman Class Representatives 

Joseph Losurdo 
Susan Ploszaj 




Freshman Class Officers 

President: Joseph Losurdo 
Vice President: Carol Sprague 
Secretary: Susan Ploszaj 
Treasurer: Andrea Poirier 
Social Chairperson: James Pera 
MSU Representative: Brigitta Lusser 

David Ledrick 


Junior Class Officers 

President: Jeffrey Perkins 
Vice President: Andrea Poirier 
Secretary: Lisa Wong 
Treasurer: Barry Freeman 
Social Chairperson: Donald Hebel 
MSU Representatives: Mark Grossman 

Ashley Lee 


Sophomore Class Officers 

President: Scott Cienkus 
Vice President: Jody Zima 
Secretary: Michael Beyer 
Treasurer: Susan Ploszaj 
Social Chairperson: John Pandolfino 
MSU Representatives: Brigitta Lusser 

David Ledrick 


Senior Class Officers 

President: Jeffrey Perkins 

Vice President: Andrea Poirier 

Secretary: Lisa Wong 

Treasurer: Scott Blitz 

Social Chairperson: Michael Brezinsky 


ORGANIZATION 


OFFICERS (1990-1991) 


AMA 

President: Janice Lasky 

Vice President: Darcene Munir 

Treasurer: Scott Steinbach 


Amnesty International 

Vice President: Charles Adamczyk 
Secretary: Arman Talle 
Treasurer: Ravi Bains 


AMSA 

President: Brigitta Lusser 
Vice President: David Ledrick 
Secretary: Lisa Wong 
Treasurer: Sheryl Kuzmenka 


CMOS 

President: Mary Yee 

Vice President: Michael Pietlla 

Secretary/Treasurer: Kevin Bock 


AMWA 

President: Jacqueline Gllck 
Vice President: Melanie Johnson 
Secretary: Eileen ConsortI 
Treasurer: Pamela Yung 


SNMA 

Vice President: Angela Davis 
Secretary: Sheri Springs-Phillips 
Treasurer: Vincent Johnson 


MSU (1990-1991) 

Secretary: Andrea Polrler 
MSU (1991-1992) 

President: Michael Beyer 
Vice President: Jody Zima 





DATE WRITTEN 



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PROBLEM NO 




LOYOLA 
I UNIVERSriY 
s CHICAGO 



%.-D^>' LOYOLA UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER 



IMP/PLAN: 



1) Headache resolved. First pay check is on its way! 



2) Disposition -Class of 1 993 will be fully able to function as MD's 
in outstanding residency programs around the USA. 



3) Placement -1)59% -Midwest 



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3) 11% -Loyola 

4) 24% - West Coast 



5) 19% - Sunny California 

6) 9% -South 

7) 7% -East 




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Charles Adamczyk 
Andrew Angelino 
Joseph Aquilina 
Imelda Arcenio 
Paul Arlagno 
Ermin Arriola 
Steve Bardfield 
Scott Blitz 
Kevin Bock 
Thomas Brand 
Michael Brezinsky 
Richard Broderick 
Rasa Buntinas 
Mark Cabin 
Charles Callaghan 
David Castaldo 
Robert Challenger 
David Christensen 
Scott Cienkus 
Dawn Clark 
Kellee Clougherty 
Yaritza Colon-Marquez 
Eileen Consorti 
Angelo Costas 
Scott Craig 
Stephen Cruz 
Jerald Cundiff 
Long Dang 
Angela Davis 
Philip Dech 
Susan Demeester 
James Donovan 
Glynn Elliott 
Anne Parrel 
John Fiedler 
Barry Freeman 
Cathy Gentemann 
Mark Gettleman 
Mark Grossman 
Marianne Guschwan 
Linda Hansen 
Donald Hebel 
Kenworth Holness 
Michael Horn 
Emmie Hsu 
Eugene Hwang 
Melanie Johnson 
Vincent Johnson 
Debora Kaczynski 
Eva Kaczynski 
Donna Kaltwasser 
Aeri Kang 
Daniel Kay 
Kian Kaz 

Sheryl Kuzmenka 
Janice Lasky 
Ashley Lee 
Steve Lin 
Joseph Losurdo 
Jeffrey Louie 
Michael Marinko 
Shannon McCole 



IMPRESSION AND PLAN 

University of Chicago Hospitals/IL 

Johns Hopkins Hospital/MD 

Oakland Naval Hospital/CA 

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center- San Francisco/CA 

Evanston Hospital/IL 

Rush Presbyterian St. Luke's/IL 

Medical College of Wisconsin Aff. Hosp./WI 

Mercy Medical Center/CO 

Baystate Medical Center/ MA 

Medical College of Wisconsin Aff. Hosp./Wl 

University of Minnesota Hospital and Clinic/MN 

University of Kentucky Medical Center/KY 

University of Iowa Hosptials/Clinic/LA 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

University of Minnesota Hospital and Clinic/MN 

Eastern Virginia School of Medicine/VA 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

Loma Linda University Medical Center/CA 

University of Minnesota Hospital and Clinic/MN 

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center-Oakland/CA 

University of California Davis Medical Center/CA 

Eastern Virginia School of Medicine/VA 

University of Minnesota Hospital and Clinic/MN 

McGaw Medical Center Northwestern University/IL 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

Portsmouth Naval Hospital/VA 

University of Missouri-Columbia/MO 

University of California Irvine Medical Center/CA 

Hahnemann University Hospital/PA 

National Naval Medical Center/MD 

Johns Hopkins Hospital/MD 

L^U Eye Center New Orleans/LA 

Evanston Hospital/IL 

Indiana University Medical Center/IN 

University of Michigan Hospitals-Ann Arbor/Ml 

Indiana University Medical Center/IN 

University of California Irvine Medical Center/CA 

PhoenLx Children's Hospital/AZ 

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center-Los Angeles/CA 

New York University Medical Center/NY 

Lutheran General Hospital/IL 

McGaw Medical Center Northwestern University/IL 

University of Illinois Rockford Family Practice/IL 

Medical College of Wisconsin Aff. Hosp./Wl 

University of Texas-Galveston/TX 

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center-Los Angeles/CA 

University of Minnesota Hospital and Clinic/MN 

William Beaumont Hospital/Ml 

University of Michigan Hospitals-Ann Arbor/Ml 

Indiana University Medical Center/IN 

University of Michigan Hospitals-Ann Arbor/Ml 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

Chicago Medical School-Swedish/IL 

Vanderbilt University /TN 

Sinai Hospital-Baltimore/MD 

Sinai Hospital-Baltimore/MD 

University Health Center-Pittsburgh/PA 

Mayo Graduate School of Medicine/MN 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

University of Maryland-Baltimore/MD 

McGaw Medical Center Northwestern University/IL 

E. Virginia Medical Center, Norfolk/VA 



Obstetrics / Gynecol 
Psychiatry 
Internal Medicine 
Internal Medicine 
Psychiatry 
Physical Med/Rehg 
Physical Med/Rehc 
Family Practice 
Medicine/Pediatric 
Internal Medicine 
Internal Medicine 
Neurosurgery 
Internal Medicine 
Ophthalmology 
Internal Medicine 
Internal Medicine 
Urology 
Emergency Medicir 
Internal Medicine 
Obstetrics / Gynecok 
Psychiatry 
Pediatrics 
General Surgery 
Internal Medicine 
Physical Med/Reha 
Internal Medicine 
Ophthalmology 
Internal Medicine 
Anesthesiology 
General Surgery 
General Surgery 
Ophthalmology 
Internal Medicine 
Pediatrics 
Internal Medicine 
Medicine/Pediatric 
Internal Medicine 
Pediatrics 
Medicine/Pediatricj 
Psychiatry 
Internal Medicine 
Diagnostic Radiolog 
Family Practice 
General Surgery 
Orthopaedic Surger 
Pediatrics 
Internal Medicine 
Medicine/Pediatric 
Anesthesiology 
Pediatrics 
Psychiatry 
Medicine / Pediatrics 
Transitional 
Ophthalmology 
Obstetrics / Gynecolo 
Ophthalmology 
Internal Medicine 
Internal Medicine 
Internal Medicine 
Pediatrics 
Physical Med/Rehal 
Ophthalmology 



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jtina McShea 
;n Meier 
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;ta Mulkey 
ene Munir 
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Murray 
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Nguyen 

Ngwe 
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beth Oates 

Pandolfino 
yl Paradis 
Park 

ird Parker 
;y Perkins 
ael Pietila 
n PloszaJ 
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mi Remington 
n Rohde 
ael Sacco 
1 Sayles 
hiew Schmidt 

Schneider 
;n Senica 
rt Sheu 
igran Shim 
im Sogaard 
3n Sorensen 
I Sprague 
i Springs-Phillips 
ryn Stagg 
el Starr 

Steinbach 
Stryck 
Tijunelis 

Tillema 
elle Toma 
mder Tosiou 
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on Vadehra 
las Vescio 

Wakasa 
ueline Walker 

White 

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y Winkler 
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;la Yung 

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Damall Army Community Hospital /TX 

Childrens Memorial Hospital/IL 

McGaw Medical Center Northwestern University/ IL 

San Diego Naval Hospital/CA 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center-San Francisco/CA 

University of California San Francisco/CA 

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center- San Francisco/CA 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

University of Colorado/CO 

Baylor College of Medicine-Houston/TX 

Illinois State Psychiatry Institute/IL 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

Tripler Army Medical Center/ HI 

McGaw Medical Center Northwestern University/IL 

University of Michigan Hospitals-Ann Arbor/Ml 

UCLA-San Fernando Valley/CA 

MSU-Kalamazoo Center/Ml 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

Good Samaritan- Phoenix/ AZ 

LAC-USC Medical Center/CA 

Illinois Masonic Medical Center/IL 

Mayo Graduate School of Medicine/MN 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

Yale-New Haven Hospital/CT 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinic /WI 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

St. Vincent's Hospital/NY 

McGaw Medical Center Northwestern University/IL 

University of California Davis Medical Center/CA 

Brooke Army Hospital /TX 

Oregon Health Science University/OR 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

LAC-USC Medical Center/CA 

University of California Irvine Medical Center/CA 

Emory University School of Medicine/GA 

St. Joseph's Hospital-Phoenix/AZ 

WSU/Detroit Medical Center/Ml 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

Evanston Hospital/IL 

University of Minnesota Hospitals and Clinic/MN 

LAC-USC Medical Center/CA 

Evanston Hospital/IL 

Stanford University Hospital/CA 

MacNeal Hospital/IL 

Medical College of Wisconsin Aff. Hosp./WI 

University of California Davis Medical Center/CA 

University of Washington Aff. Hosp./WA 

University of California Davis Medical Center/CA 

Lutheran General Hospital/IL 

University of Missouri-Columbia/MO 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

Children's Hospital-Los Angeles/CA 

Lutheran General Hospital/IL 

Loyola University Medical Center/IL 

Rush Presbyterian St. Luke's/IL 

Baylor College of Medicine-Houston/TX 

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center-San Francisco/CA 



Emergency Medicine 
Pediatrics 

Orthopaedic Surgery 
Internal Medicine 
Internal Medicine 
Pediatrics 

Obstetrics/Gynecology 
Anesthesiology 
Internal Medicine 
Anesthesiology 
Neurology 
Anesthesiology 
Psychiatry 

' Obstetrics/Gynecology 
Psychiatry 
Internal Medicine 
Obstetrics/Gynecology 
Internal Medicine 
Emergency Medicine 
Ophthalmology 
Family Practice 
Obstetrics/Gynecology 
Obstetrics/Gynecology 
General Surgery 
Medicine/Pediatrics 
Orthopaedic Surgery 
Psychiarty 
Internal Medicine 
Obstetrics/Gynecology 
Obstetrics / Gynecology 
Physical Med /Rehab 
Internal Medicine 
Internal Medicine 
Transitional 
Internal Medicine 
Neurology 

Medicine/ Pediatrics 
Emergency Medicine 
Internal Medicine 
Pediatrics 
General Surgery 
Pediatrics 

Medicine/ Pediatrics 
Internal Medicine 
Internal Medicine 
Anesthesiology 
Internal Medicine 
Physical Med/Rehab 
Family Practice 
Urology 
Urology 
Psychiatry 
Internal Medicine 
Pediatrics 
Ophthalmology 
General Surgery 
Pediatrics 

Obstetrics/Gynecology 
Pediatrics 
Family Practice 
Pediatrics 
Obstetrics / Gynecology 



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Department of Anesthesiology 

Department of Cell Biology, Neurobiology, and Anatomy 

Department of Medicine 

Department of Microbiology/Immunology 

Department of Neurology 

Department of Nuclear Medicine 

Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Department of Ophthalmology 

Department of Orthopaedic Surgery 

Department of Otolaryngology 

Department of Pathology 

Department of Pediatrics 

Department of Pharmacology 

Department of Physiology - 

Department of Psychiatry 

Department of Radiotherapy 

Department of Surgery 

Department of Thoracic & Cardiovascular Surgery 

Department of Urology 

Medical Alumni Association 

Medical Student Union 

Office of Academic and Student Affairs 

University Ministry 

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Marion Merrell Dow Inc. 

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Stritch Alumni Association 




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 

2003!! Congratulations and best wishes for a 

successful and rewarding medical career. 



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Remember when 




That was then, and this is now!! 

Congratulations! 
Dr. Joseph Aquilina 

We love you and are so proud of you. 

Our Love to You Always!! 

Mom and Dad 



Congratulations 
Dr. Ermin A. Arriola 




With All Our Love, 

More especially from 

Your Brother Amros 



CONGRATULATIONS 

DR. SCOTT BLITZ 



KEVIN R. BOCK, M.D. 



(white "Scrubs" 25 years ago) 



■ HUSBAND, SON, GRANDSON, SON-IN-LAW, 
BROTHER 
■AND NOW DOCTOR!! 

- YOU ARE THE VERY BEST 

- WITH MUCH LOVE AND PRIDE 

- KATHRYN, MOM, DAD, GRANDMA SARAH, 
GRANDPA DAVID, 

JEAN, TONY, BRIAN 



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Congratulations 

Your discipline, determination, and 

perseverance have made me so proud. 

All my love ... Mom 



Congratulations Kevin - 

You are now officially Doc" Bock! 

5est wishes for many years of good health, 

happiness and success! You will be a great 

Doctor and an outstanding asset to the 

profession! We're so proud of you! 

Love, 

Your Golden Fan Club 




ear Kevin. 
'Special is a word that is used to describe something one-of-a-kind .-. like a hug. or a sunset. 
- a person who spreads lot'e with a smile or kind gesture. Special describes people who act from 
le heart and keep in mind the hearts of others. Special applies to something that is admired and 
ecious and can never be replaced. Special is the word that best describes you!' i- Teri Fernan- 

Congratulations and best wishes to a terrific husband and a wonderful doctor! I toi-e you! 

Love. Coiteen 



CONGRATULATIONS 

DR. RICHARD W. 

BRODERICK 



You zeroed in your sights 

You Established Your Goals 

You made your Plan 

You worked your Plan 

You accomplished Your Goal 

As Proud as you are right now for 

having accomplished this challenge 

We are even More Proud of, and for You 

MOM, DAD, BETH-ANNE, ANDY, CINDY 

UNCLE DICK, UNCLE DON, UNCLE BILL 



CONGRATULATIONS 



DR. CHARLES L. CALLAGHAN, M.D. 



Congratulations 




YOU ARE AN INSPIRATION FOR 

THE ENTIRE FAMILY AND WE 
RE ALL SO VERY PROUD OF YOU. 
DVE, DAD, MOM & ALL THE FAMILY 




David J. Castaldo, M.D. 



We love you 
Mom, Dad & Paul 



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CONGRATULATIONS! 




Robert J. Challenger, M.D. 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, Marty, and Suzanne 



Congratulations 
Dr. Scott Cienkus 




We wish you the best of luck! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Renee, Leanne, 

Keith, Laura, and Honey 



Congratulations! 

Kellee Rae Clougherty, M.D 



Congratulations 

Dawn R. Clark, M.D. 

You will make a wonderful 

"Doc'' 

Love Tavin, Paula, Travis, 
your entire family , 

& 
Arroyo Grande, CA 




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Through your dedication to Medicine 

you received the Knowledge 

to share with Humanity 

Through your loving spirit 

you were given 

the gift to Heal. 

We are all very proud of you. 

Love, Mom & Dad 

and all your family. 



J my daddy - 
Dr. Craig 




Love and 

Congratulations 

From the Whole Family 

Lauren Nicole 



-Looki Liks, uou'xz zzcuw 
rot ins. ns-xi hia its^h. 

DR. STEPHEN TANG CRUZ 




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^Ws. vjiih uou much uicesa 
in ins comina ueazi. 

MOM, DAD & MICHAEL 



We Are Soooo Proud of You 

Dr. Angela 



Phil Dech 



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LOVE Mom, Dad, Leslie, Khaki 
Malika, and Alex 
Congratulations! 




We are very impressed with what medical school 
has done for you. Quite a turnaround!! 

CONGRATULATIONS DR. DECH 

Love and Pride from Linda, Dad, Mom, Kate, 

Chris, Meg, Joe, and Sarah 159 



Congratulations Dr. Jim 




... that would be YOU ... 

on your most excellent achievement. 

Love - Mom, Dad, Carolyn, and Brian. 



COMGRATULATIOriS 
Cheryl Paradis 

and 
John Fiedler 

First Mr. & Mrs. 

then 

Dr. St Dr. 



Love 

Mom 6e Dad 

Susan - Sharon - Tim 

Alyssa - Jim - Mark 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Dr. Barry L. Freeman 



Congratulations 
Catliy Gentemann, IVI.D. 




Our shared dreams have come true! 
May you always have faith in your 
own special dreams and your power 

to make them come true. 
Much love, Mom, Dad, and Bryan 




For always having i 
courage to follow yc 
dreams. 



Love, Mom, Dad, Beth, and Mike. 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

to our third generation 

physician. 

JACQUELINE CLICK 
WALKER M.D. 







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Our love and prayers 
will always be with you 
... Mom and Dad ... 
Charles and Cameron. 



CONGRATULATIONS 



DONALD J. HEBEL, M.D. 



It's tlie Daum of Your New Career 



We zvish You Nothing But Sunshine and Blue Skies. 



We Are All Very Proud of You! 



Keith and Unda, Liam and Marie, 



Scott and Patty, David and Karen 



Congratulations 

Dr. Donna Woods Kaltwasser 



COnGRATULATIONS DR. KAZ 



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GOOD LUCK! 



Love ... Mom and 
The Kolar & Woods Families 



You have been a joy in our lives. 

With love and pride we wish you 

success and happiness always. 

Love, 

Dad, Mom, Alex, and Arthur 



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Dear Dr. Sheryl Kuzmenka 




When it seems like 
babies are only born in 
the middle of the night 
and you forget why 
you chose this profes- 
sion, remember how 
you felt on your grad- 
uation day. We are so 
proud of you. 



Love, 

Mom, Dad, Karen, 

Daniel and Sue 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Janice B. Lasky, M.D. 




We are very proud of you. 

All our love, 

Mom, Dad, David, Steve & 

Maureen 



CONGRATULATIOnS 

JEFFREY PAUL LOUIE, M.D. 



We are so PROUD of 
your accomplish- 
ments and wish you 
continued success 
and much happi- 
ness! 




You've always had a good bedsid 
manner. Now you have the license U 
use it! 

We're so proud! 




With our love. 

Mom, Dad, Mitch 

and Tabby 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Jeffrey J. Mclnturff, M.D. 
From all of those who love you 



CONGRATULATIONS 




DR. CHRISTINA (TAYLOR) MCSHEA 

Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine, 1993 

and 

DR. JOSEPH B. McSHEA 

Chicago College of Osteopathy, 1 992 

Happily Married on July 18, 1992 

Love from all of us for a wonderful marriage and 
successful lives in your chosen fields of medicine. 

Mom and Dad 

Lisa, Fred and family 

Jim, Kelly and the boys 



Christa A. Mulkey, M.D. 



CONGRATULATIONS 



We love you. 



Dad, Mom and Bill 



COriGRATULATIONS 
DR. ANDY C. NGUYEN 




^MEMBER THADKS TO: 

God's love 

The sacrifice, contributions and encouragement from 

parents, brothers, sisters and family 

The support from your sponsors: 

The First Baptist Church OhC, 

and Mrs. Tom R. Corr and others 

Your dream has now come true. 

From Your Entire Family 



CONGRATULATIONS 
DR. MIKE PIETILA 

We are so proud of you 
and all you have 
accomplished. May 
you bring a healing 
touch to everyone you 
come in contact with. 



With our love. 

Mom, Dad, Gary, 

Betsy, Karen & Pica 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
SUSAN M. PLOSZAJ, M.D. 




LOVE, 

MOM, DAD, 

BRIAN & STEVE 



CONGRATULATIONS 
DR. REMINGTON 




We are all very proud of you. 

Keep flying. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Alex, Kian, Arthur 



COFiGRATULATIOnS! 



Love from ^ 
Mom and i 
Dad *" 

Bonnie 
Michael 

Maureen 
David 

Therese 
Peter 

Nancy 




CONGRA TULA TIONS! 
DR. JULIE DIANE SCHNEIDER 



Valerie 

Jason 

Audrey 

Tom 

Jill 

Jenny 
Christine 

Joey 
Michael 

Meghan 
Mary Kate 




MATTHEW SCHMIDT, M.D. 



We know you will bring as much 
joy to other families as you have to 

ours. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Jeff, Paul, Anna & Dave 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

William Svend Sogaard, M.D. 




You scored again! 

With much love and pride, 
Dad, Mom, Patti & Scott 



Congratulations^ Dr. Sorenson! 
You did it! 

I always knew there 

wasn't anything you 

could not accomplish! 

I'm so very proud of you 



I love you 



Debbie 







CONGRATULATIONS!!! 

Dr. Sheri Springs - Phillips 



ir lovely daughter Carol got her wish 
When she caught this great ftsh. 

iw that she graduates, she deserves the praise. 
And dear ole Dad - he gets a RAISE!! 

To the fifth in line 
"Dr. (Carol) Sprague" 

From: 

Dad, Mom, brothers, sisters, 

in-laws, nepFiew, nieces 

and tlie rest of L.A.! 




At age two you said, 1 want to be a doctor 
when I grow up so that I can help people and 
make a lot of money. " Well, you have grown 
up and you have become a doctor, now get 
busy working on the rest of your dream. 

We are proud of you. 
Mom and Dad 

Your pastor and grandmother 
(Prophetess Hattie B. Jones) 
Grandma and Grandpa Springs 
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COnGRATULATIOnS 
Dr. Scott Steinbach! 

Your family and friends are very proud 
of you and all you've achieved! 




From your entire 
family and friends 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Dr. Lisa Camille Stryck! 




Always smiling 
Always caring 
Always loving 
Always hardworking 
You are a ivonderfiil daughter, 
sister, granddaughter 
and nozv ... 
DOCTOR 
Love, 
Mom, Dad, Angela, Mary, Nana & Grandpa 



CONGRATULATIONS 
MARY S. TILLEMA, M.D, 



CONGRATULATIONS! 
DR. MICHELLE TOMA 







! 





Love — 

Mom and Dad 

Mark, Jan and Paul 



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We wish you a future filled with much 
happiness and success ... 

With love and great pride, 

Mom, Dad, George, Krista, Zachary, 

Mom & Dad Toma, Mark, Courtney 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Dr. Thomas M. Vescio, M.D. 




We are very proud of you and all 
you have achieved! 



Mom and Dad, 

Sue and Lori 
Sam and Grace 



Dear Marc: 




You\e 

scored 

another great 

goal! We all 

couldn^t be 

prouder ... 



Love, 

Mom and Dad 

Bonnie and Michael 

Grandmas and Grandpa 



Congratulations, 
Dr. Williams! 



Congratulations, 
Dr. Allison Yim 




Love you, 
Dad 




You made it! We're so very 
proud of you — 
Love, 
Dad, Mom, Marcy & Greg ^g^ 



DR. LISA WONG 




CONGRATULATIONS!! 

Your dedication and 

perseverance has paid off. 

We're all proud of you! 

With love from: 

Dad, Mom, Marcella, Sophia, 

Vanessa, Grandma Yee & Grandma Wong 




WENDY 

True friendship is caramel nut crunch pie, 
surviving yearbook, learning how to change 
dirty diapers, shopping, seeing matinee movies, 
walks, step class, "WTTCWTB", people watching, 
knowing the sun will come out tomorrow, and 
magic cookies without recipes. 
True friendship is us! 

PATTI 



Congratulations 
Dr. Patti-Marie Young! 



!!I12 CHEERS FOR DR. JODY!! 





We couldn't be prouder of you. 

With much love and pride. 

Mom, Dad, 
Catherine, Peter, and Dave. 



WITH GREAT PRIDE AND MUCH LOVE 
FROM YOUR FANS. 

MOM, DAD, KARIN, JILL, 

JEFF, MIKE, JOHN, 

MARISSA, JACKIE, 

JUDY, MARGIE, 

GRANDMA. 



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CONGRATULATIONS 



STEVEN A. ZURNACIAN, M.D. 



Our Love mid Best Wishes for 
Continued Success and Hap^piness 



Dad, Mom, and Jill 



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come join us for a drink!! 



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INDEX mCOMPLETUS 
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Adamczyk, Charles 

18,30,32.35.50,62,126. 
143.147.149 

Angelina, Andrew 

35.59,66,122.148,152 

Aquilina, Joseph 

21,26,30.32,33,35,52,54,57, 
61,63,66,147,149,152 

Arcenio, Imelda 

30,35,52,56,59,67,146, 

Ariagno, Paul 

35,61.67,122,147.149 

Arriola, Ermin 

19,26,29,30,33,35,52,54,68 
146,147,149,152 



Bar^fleld, Steve 

26,35,68,149 

Beyer, Michael 

23,28,35,49,61 

Blitz, Scott 

20,23,32,35.51.54.62, 
69,123,152 

Bock, Kevin 

17,22,27,36.61,69,125, 
143,152 

Brand, Thomas 

19,36,70.126,147,152 

Brezinsky, Michael 

32.36,49,60.70.128.146 

Broderick, Richard 

17.20,26,31.32.36.54,56 
62.71 

Buntinas, Rasa 

36.71,143,149 



Cabin, Mark 

28,36,72, 123, 143, 148. 149 

Callaghan, Charles 

28.36.62.72, 123 



Castaldo, David 

19.29.36.53.56.73 

Challenger, Robert 

20.23.36.57.73.152 

Christensen, David 

22.28.37.148 

Cienkus, Scott 

18.22.28.37.49.60.74. 125. 143. 
148.152 

Clark, Dawn 

18.20,22.23,27,37,50,51, 
74,148,152 

Clougherty, Kellee 

20,23,26.37.58.75 

Colon-Marquez, Yaritza 

37.56.75,124,147,148 

Consorti, Eileen 

37,59,76,148 
Costas, Angelo 

27,37,54.76.126.149.152 

Craig, Scott 

29.37.54,148 

Cruz, Stephen 

29.37.52,54.145.152 

Cundijf, Jerald 

58.147 



Dang, Long 

22.30,32.38,55.77.147.152 

Davis, Angela 

28.38.77,128,148 

Dech, Philip 

18,19.38.78.123.143,148 

Demeester, Susan 

38.64.146.147.148 

Donovan, James 

17.18.20,38.78.148 



Elliott, Glynn 

52.79,148,152 



Fiedler, John 

29,31,38,53,60,80, 126, 147, 
152 

Freeman, Barry 

38,51,53,62,81,126.147 



Gentemann, Cathy 

18.22.29.38.79. 128. 147. 152 

Gettleman, Mark 

22.27.38.61,82,148,149,152 

Grossman, Mark 

18,23,33,39,52,55,59.82 
143,149.152 

Guschwan, Marianne 

18,27,39,64.83,149.175 



Hansen, Linda 

39.62.126.147.149 

Hebel, Donald 

19.21.39.56.83.146 

Holness, Kentvorth 

84.146 

Horn, Michael 

20.39.52.55,84,149,152 

Hsu, Emmie 

20,27,39,55,85,149 

Hwang, Eugene 

30,32,39,55,61 .85, 148. 152. 175 



Johnson, Melanie 

21.39.57,146.149 

Johnson, Vincent 

39.62,86,146 



Kaczynski, Debora 

20,21.40.86.121.152 

Kaczynski, Eva 

20.21.32,40,62,63.81.127,147 



Kaltwasser, Donna 

27,40.51.59.87.122 
148,149.152 

Kang, Aeri 

30,40,56,87.124.152 

Kay, Daniel 

146 

Kaz, Kian 

21.27,40.88,147 

Kuzmenka, Sheryl 

18,23,26,27,40,63,89, 126, 
147,148,152 



Lasky, Janice 

32,40,57.61.149 

Lee, Ashley 

23.31.40,61.63.88,152 

Lin, Steve 

20,28,31.40,54,62,80, 
146.152 

Losurdo, Joseph 

41.90.148,152 

Louie, Jeffrey 

18,23,26,41,63,89,126, 
147.152,174 

Lusser, Brigitta 

50.52.120.152 

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Marinko, Michael 

18,19.30.41,59,91.122.149 

McCole, Shannon 

19.28.30.41.50.91.149.152 

Mclnturjf, Jeffrey 

29.41,50,92.149 

McShea, Christina 

27,41.52,92.125.143.152 

Meier, Steven 

29.30.41,58.62.93.147 

Miner, Mark 

30.3 1 .4 1 .54.83.93. 125. 152 



:shed, Nayeh 

J3,26.30,33.52.54.57, 
149,152 

borhan, Glulia 

U.49.56,94,147 

Ikey, Christa 

!6.27.32,42,148 

nir, Darcene 

12.56.59.94,148.152 

rad, David 

(5,146 

rray. Amy 

3,95,123.149 

N 
V, Richard 

!3.30.42.62.96,122 
.149 

uyen, Andy 

12.54.97.146.148.152 

ive, John 



Mlas, Lena 

!9.32.42.5 1.63.97. 146. 
.152 



tes, Elizabeth 

12.49.98.143.148.152 



Tdolflno, John 

t3. 57.60.98.125. 152 

'adis, Cheryl 

13.51.80.126.143.148.152 

•fc, Nina 

10,30,43,99,149.152 

■fcer, Edward 

«,43.5 1.52.99. 152 

a, Jim 

8.20.27.31.50.51.100. 

kins, Jeffrey 

13.31.43.49.53.62.100. 
143.146.147 



Pietila. Michael 

17.29.43.49,101.148 

Ploszaj, Susan 

17.23.43.49.50.101.126.148 
152 

Poirier, Andrea 

23.43.59.62.64. 102. 148. 152 



Remington, William. 

18,21 .22.43.5 1 . 102, 148. 152 

Rohde, Susan 

20.32.44.51.103.124.152 

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Sacco, Michael 

21.30.44.53.143.147.149 

Sayles, David 

18.30.44.55.104. 148. 149, 152 
Schmidt. Matthew 

20.26.29,30.31.44.52,63.104. 
126,152 

Schneider, Julie 

18,20,26,32,44.50,51,53,105 
152 

Senica, Steve 

18,26,30,44,62,105,152 

Sheu, Robert 

18.23,26,44,52,106 
148,149 

Shim, Kyungran 

30,52,148,152 

Sogaard, William 

26,32,33,44,60, 106, 149, 152 
Sorensen, Scott 

26,27,44,107.152 

Sprague, Carol 

17, 18,20,2 1 ,22,3 1 ,45,5 1 .55, 
57,107,152 

Springs-Phillips, Sheri 

28,45,49, 108, 122, 146, 147, 
148 

Staggs, Kathryn 

21,30,45,51,109,149 



Starr, Daniel 

28,45,50,108.143.147 

Steinbach, Scott 

29,45,51,146 

Stryck, Lisa 

45,110,126,147 



Talle, Arman 

32,45,58,110.152 

lyunelis, Aras 

19,22,29,31,45,49,56,60,111, 
152,174 

Tillema, Mary 

45,111,143,148 

Toma. Michelle 

20,32,46,5 1 ,63, 103, 124, 143, 
147,152 

Tosiou, Alexander 

27,46,49 

Toussaint, Paul 

28,46,61,112 

Troung, Tri 

46,112 



Vadehra, Nippon 

21,29,30,31,32,46,63,64, 
147,152 

Vescio, Thomas 

17,46,63,113,126,143 

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Wakasa, Marc 

18,26,28,46,62,113,149 

Walker, Jacqueline 

21,46,59,114,124,146,152 

White, Brad 

18,20,21,23,32,46,49,60,62, 
114,152 

Williams, Stephen 

28,31,47,62,115,152 

Winkler, Kassy 

31,47,55,120,147,149 



Womack, John 

27,47,115 

Wong, Lisa 

20,23,3 1 ,32,47,49,54, 1 16, 
146,147,152,174 



Yee, Mary 

20,21,30.47,51,116,123,149 
152,174 

Yee, Wendy 

29,30,47.58,117,146,147,152, 
175 

yi, K. Min 

30,33,47,118,152 

yim. Allison 

20,21,23,30,47,59, 1 17, 146, 
147,149,152,175 

young, Heather 

18,23,48.109,152 

young. Patti-Marie 

18,28,30,47,54, 119, 125,146, 
148,152.175 

yung, Pamela 

48,50,119,126 



Zima, Jody 

18,20,21.23,26,48,55,119, 
143.152 

Zumacian, Steve 

32.48.49. 120. 124. 143. 148 



1993 YEARBOOK STAFF 




Aras 



Mary 




Jeff 



Lisa 




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Marianne 



EDITOR'S NOTE: 

Well everyone, this is it, the 1993 Yearbook! This book Is 
product of many long hours spent meeting, picture pickir 
debating whether to keep the tool lines or get rid of them, counti 
picas, cutting, pasting, labeling, cropping and re-cropping, typi 
and re-typing making sure the lines match up, proof-reading, etc 
Was it worth it?? Well, umm... er... eh. ..Yes! 

Thanks to the Class of 1993. Though we were constantly callii 
and nagging everyone for money, pictures and signatures, everyoi 
was understanding and willing to contribute. 

Thanks to the Yearbook Staff. You're the best!!! Thanks 1 
Eugene and Jeff, especially for keeping things rolling while I w. 
gone • Aras and his wonderful sales skills • Patti and Wendy forthi 
work on many of the sections. They always knew the perfect la 
out. • Alii, her constant energy kept us all going • Mary, who kept n 
sane and encouraged me to pull through those "difficult months' 
Aeri, Imelda, and Marianne who helped out the team in many big ai 
little ways. 

Also, thanks to Medical Photography, the Loyola library sta 
Dean of Students Office, Dean of Student Affairs, Office 
Registration and Records, Wyckoff Portraits, Mary Powers, and tl 
late Mr. Moorhead. 

I wish the Class of 1993 the best of luck. I hope this book holi 
many good memories! God Bless. ,^-^ j/'/'c-t- 




Eugene 



Allison 




Patti 



Wendy 




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Imelda 



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Special Thanks to ... 




Mike Lambesis: Ginger Moore Lisa Harrison 

... for all their support, patience and encouragement throughout the production of this yearbook! 



Robert C. Moorhead 
1929 - 1993 

Bob has been the Walsworth Publishing Company yearbook 
representative to Loyola University since 1969. He signed on 
with the 1983 School of Dentistry book, and continued with the 
first Strltch School of Medicine book in 1985. 

During his tenure with Loyola, Bob devoted many long and 
unselfish hours to the betterment of Loyola's books. 
Appreciating the uniqueness of health profession students. Bob 
made himself available on many evenings and weekends, over 
many years, surely at the expense of his family and other 
Interests (mostly golf - who could forget those pants!). 

His dedication, loyalty, patience and willingness to teach paid 
yearly dividends, as the quality of our books clearly 
demonstrated. He took the time to get to know us both as an 
institution and as individual human beings. His caring 
demeanor, nurturing hands, professional guidance, 
compassion, ethics, sense of fairness, and his trustworthiness 
wUl be hard to replace. 

Loyola University, her students, and most of all myself, have lost a dear friend. We will miss you Bob. 
Though I have told you many times, may 1 say it once more: 

"Thank you for all you have done for us, we could never have done It without you." 

Vaya con Dios, 

Mike Lambesis, Assistant Dean of Students, on behalf of all the yearbook staffs in the history of 
Loyola University. 




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