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in 2011 with funding from 

CARLI: Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois 



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Patrick Kusek 

Editor in Chief 



Allison Hill 

Editor in Chief 



Uolume 1 1 

Loyola Uniuersity 

Stritch School of Medicine 

Mayujood Illinois 60153 



OPENING 





MEDICAL SCHOOL DAY #1 . Little do these students know 
what looms in the distance. 

UPHILL IN THE SNOW BOTH WAYS. Bill O'Rourke makes the 
trek across the frozen tundra of Miller Meadows. 




OPENING 



HELLO, MY NAME IS KEVIN CAVANAUGH AND I WILL BE 
YOUR DOCTOR. Kevin models the latest in ENT technology 
for the El train patrons. 







OPENINGS 3 





THE IVORY MECCA. The Medical Center campus became our 
home away from home for four years. 

THE EARLY YEARS. These Stritch students get to know one 
another at one of the first class functions. 

YES, THERE REALLY ARE BEACHES IN THE MIDWEST. The 
beautiful Chicago skyline hovers above Lake Michigan. 




OPENING 



BUGGING OUT. It's amazing what a few too many days in 
the hospital will do for your frame of mind. 






OPENING Ky 5 



LITTLE DEBBIE HAS A SNACK FOR YOU. When 
she's not at school, Debbie Muggier makes some 
extra money driving a delivery truck. 

DID EVERYONE BRING THEIR DRAMAMINE? These 
Stritch students get ready to enjoy the annual end of 
the year boat trip. 

ON THE HIGH SEAS. Dave Fuhrmann and Mary Ahn 
enjoy a beautiful day on Lake Geneva. 



Little Debbie 







PUFF SAYS, "CHICKS DIG BALLOON HATS." Will King demonstrates the 
effectiveness of good accessories. 

DON'T TOUCH MY NEWWHITE COAT, MAN. Brett Christansen wears his freshly 
pressed coat for the first time. 




OPENING <SV 7 



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AT THE TRACKS, TAKE FOUR. These Stritch students enjoy 
the ambiance at another class party. 

SIMPLY IRRESTIBLE. Dan can't keep his hands off this beautiful 
Stritch student. 




8 SV OPENING 



WHERE DO THEY KEEP THOSE EXTRA LARGE BOUIFFANT 
CAPS? These surgery clerks get ready to practice their tech- 
niques in dog lab. 

GO WEST, YOUNG MEN. Sam, Dave, Dan, and Mike explore life 
outside the hospital. 






OPENING^ 9 



DOES ANYBODY NEED A TISSUE? Dave 
Fuhrmann never leaves home without a few 
Kleenex. 

MEDICAL SCHOOL MAKES US FEEL ALL 
GROOVY INSIDE. Tammy and Debbie get in touch 
with their wild sides. 

DANCING THE NIGHT AWAY. Sheri Lambert 
shows off her best moves. 

THIS IS ALOT BETTER THAN BIOCHEM. Liz 
Beko, Geoff Kuhlman, and Bill O'Rourke enjoy a 
weekend off at a college football game. 











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WHAT ARE THOSE TENNIS RACQUETTHINGS 
CALLED AGAIN? Future histologists, Aileen 
Gibbons and Kristen Brown, spend hours 
reviewing tissue specimens. 

I HEARD THAT IF YOU TAPE A PLASTIC BA- 
NANA TO YOUR HAT WHILE STUDYING, YOU 
REMEMBER THINGS ALOT EASIER. Mike 
Radzienda tests out his latest theory before an 
anatomy test. 

IS THAT THE AMYGDALA^ Rahul, Mark, and 
Taaly demonstrate their knowledge of the limbic 
system. 



OPENING 




THE BOYS, AND GIRLS, OF SUMMER. These 
Stritch students await their next game in the battle 
for the softball championship title. 





PSEUDOSTRATIFIED CILIATED KERITINIZED 
EPITHELIUM? Scott Sinnot, Mike Johnson, and 
Steve Gabel ponder the significance of their lat- 
est diagnosis. 




SNOW BUNNIES. Mike Urban and Debbie 
Muggier hit the slopes on the freshman year class 
trip. 



OPENING 




PIZZA AGAIN? Tim Schneider takes advantage of the 
free food at a class meeting. 

DA' BEARS. Will King raises his glass to the only real 
team in football. 




THE PERKS OF AMWA MEMBER- 
SHIP. 

Dawn Beckman and Julie Motycka 
represent Loyola at the national 
AMWA meeting in San Francisco. 




IMMOBILIZINGTHEC-SPINE. Mike 
Radzienda demonstrates the use of 
the cervical collar on Kim Glazier. 



OPENING 




FRISBEE ANYONE? These Stritch 
students take a break at North Avenue 
Beach. 

ANOTHER CLASS PICNIC. Tony 
Chiang, Dan Davis, and Sam 
Baronofsky relax at Miller Meadow. 




JUST LIKE HOME. Mike Johnson catches a few 
minutes of sleep in the call room. 




STATUS POST BOARDS PART ONE. Pat, 
Leena, Kevin, and Sonali breathe a sigh of relief 
after two days of testing. 



OPENING 



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Anthony Bar bat o, M.D. 
Executive Vice President 



James Whitehead, M.S. 
Dean of Students 



Ralph Leischner, M.D. 
Senior Associate Dean 



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John X. Thomas, Ph.D. 

Associate Dean for Educational 

Affairs 



Michael Rainey, Ph.D. 

Associate Dean of Academic and 

Student Affairs 



Teresa Wronski, B.S. 

Assistant Dean of Academic and 

Student Affairs 




LaDonna Nordstrom, M.Ed. 
Assistant Dean of Admissions 



ADMINISTRATION 





Michael Lambesis, M.Ed. 
Assistant Dean of Students 




Mary Langbein, M.S. 

Assistant Dean of Educational 

Affairs 



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SENIORS 



"The slave-doctor prescribes what mere ex- 
perience suggests, as if he had exact knowl- 
edge, and when he has given his orders, like 
a tyrant, he rushes off with equal assurance 
to some other servant who is ill.... But the 
other doctor, who is a freeman, attends and 
practices on freemen; and he carries his 
enquiries far back, and goes into the nature 
of the disorder; he enters into discourse 
with the patient and with his friends, and is 
at once getting information from the sick 
man, and also instructing him as far as he is 
able, and he will not prescribe for him until 
he has first convinced him; at last, when he 
has brought the patient more and more under 
his persuasive influences and set him on the 
road to health, he attempts to effect a cure." 

Plato 




Rudolph Shores, M.D. 




"If you don't fight, then you don't deserve to win." 

-Fred Hampton 

"Unless you know where you come from, it is hard 

to appreciated where you are or where you are 

going." 

-Anonymous 

"Hoka Hey!" 

-Black Elk Speaks 




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'Thanks to the coolest, sweetest, and smartest roomies one could ever have!!! 

'My two special Budding docs - (ROST/BWD and LIWBU'D 

94 ed School wouldn't have been such wonderful memories unthout you!!!!!! 





:1ml by the way, IhanJis to the rest of my pats and past study buddies 
CyO'U know who you are - don't want to embarass or forget anyone) 
ivho have made the floors more bearable, 

who have made frosh and soph yrs so much fun, and lastly 

ivho have helped me survive my few years in the heartlands 

:lnd last but not least, 'Thanks to my dear family ■ especially tit Cristeen for usually being therefor me 
and 'Jyuya Cfib for your inspiration!!!!! 

QOOT) DUCK to you all!!!! 'Med School wasn t so bad after all!!!!! 

I ivillmiss you 'ROSE and LI L. 

Love, 

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Christopher Amann, M.D. 




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KurtBakepAAbtson, M.D. 



To the Class of '95: 

Good luck to everyone in their careers. 

May all your goals be met. 

May all your dreams come true. 

May all your lives be happy and rich. 





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Dawn Beckman, M.D, 




Dear Class, 

It is hard to believe that our time together has come to an end so quickly. It 
seems that just yesterday we arrived for freshman orientation wondering who our 
anatomy partners would be. In four years, we've come to know each other quite 
well— in class and on the floors as well as at club functions, picnics, parties, and 
of course, ice skating! The hard work, long hours, headaches, and frustrations 
always seemed a little easier to endure with the support we received from each 
other. As we finish these four challenging years, the effort that was necessary to 
meet every challenge and accomplish our many goals is not easily forgotten. 
Now we can take pride in our achievements as our dreams are within reach. 

"...Two roads diverged in a wood, and I- 
I took the one less traveled by. 
And that has made all the difference." 

Robert Frost 

Loyola has changed our lives forever. Good luck and God bless! 




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I would like to thank my 
family and friends whose 
love and friendship has 
brought me through these 
fouryears. Special thanks 
to Mom, Dad, and Ron: 
without you, I would have 
never had such success! 




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Donna Besier, M.D. 








"When you are old and grey and full of sleep, 
and nodding by the fire, take down this book, 
and slowly read, and dream of the soft look 
your eyes once had, and of their shadows deep." 

- William Butler Yeats 



Thank You. Good Luck. 



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To my husband and family who 

helped make this possible - all my 

love and thanks. 



ay the road rise i 

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May the wind be alwa 

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May the sun shine 

warm upon your fi 

And the rains fall soft 
u[*>n your fieUls. 

And until we meet 
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May (iod hold you in t 
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come into our lives 

and quickly go; 
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With love and gratitude to Mom 
and Dad, who always believed in 
my dreams. 




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"Everything is wonderful. 
Being here is heavenly." 

Monday, October 19, 1987 



"The ... physician is not debating in her own 
mind whether she shall next turn her attention 
to the study of music or of literature, or it may be 
of telegraphy. She has found her calling in life; 
it is soul-satisfying." 

- Dr. Rachel Bodley. Dean 
Women's Medical College 
of Pennsylvania. 1881 







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To my parents. 

for making my happy life possible; 
To my /riends, 

for making medical school a Joy; 
To Lily-Bud and the Chpnster, 

for being the best roommates and; 

friends that I could ever have hoped for, 
And to my husband. HB. Steve, 

for always being therefor me 

despite the long mites befiwen us. 

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.'■::. Phenomenal Woman ! 

Pretty women wonder where my 
.secret lies. . 

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" The swing of my waist, ' 

And the joy in my feet. ". 

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That's me. . 



.Men themselves have wondered 
What they see in me. >.> 
They fry so much . 
But they can't touch 
My inner mystery-.' '■■!. 
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The sun of my smile 
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The ;grace of my style. . 
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I don't shout or jump about '....■'. 
Or have'to talk rekl loud. . 
•When you. see my passing: . : . : .' 
It ought to make you proud 

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The bend of my hair. 



The palm of my fraud, 
. The. need for my care. 
'Cause I'm a. woman 
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. Phenomenal woman. 
That's nhe! 



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To be human...takes work 
Empathy...skill 

Accomplishment... mar ginati on 
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The hved moment clouded by indecision. 
Shadowed unrecognized halcyon days. 

Thanks to the following for making my med school 
experience bearable and in some ways fun. 

My wife, Patti. My son, Raphael. My mom, dad, and 
brother. 

Mary 'there is no hospital big enough for the both of us' 

Mike 'the pancake house' man 

Bill 'the urologist' 

Kristen 'the special K' 

Anne 'let's think of the ethical implications' 

B.J. 'cosmic wimpout 1 man 

Bob 'let's crack his chest' 

Kevin 'neurosurgman' 

Calvin 'the California man' 

My anatomy partners (Geoff, Pat, and Sheri) 

To all the great residents I've worked with. 

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■■M the end of your life, 
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regret time not spent 
with a husband, a friend, 
a child or a parent. ■"•'■ 

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"No, Goldmund. I am not like you, not in the way you 
think, although I, too, am keeping an unspoken vow - 
in that respect you are right - but I am in no way like you. 
Some day you will think of what I am going to say to you 
now: our friendship has no either purpose, no other reason, 
than to show you how utterly unlike me you are." 



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There wrll be rainbows 

There will be sunsets. 

And there will be parties and fireworks 

And music enough to dance 

And there will be chances to take, 

Money to make 

Out in the battling crowd, 

You'll be allowed to push and shove 

There will be laughter . 

There will be. heartache. 

You'll want to follow your nvers 

Through mountains to oceans wide 

Bm don't forget, little man. 

Keep this if you can ■ 

fjsteh and please be wise. 

Mo matter what the prize you're dreaming pf; 

Make time enough for love 

. - Jimmy Webb 





Timothy Schneider, M.D, 



I guess the important thing is not to take the whole experience fo 
granted. I'd like to quote a psychiatrist who spoke of the dissonance o 
forgetting one's past. "It is as though, having learned to walk, th( 
individual suddenly lost contact with the internal balance that make 
walking possible." I feel that it wouldn't be a bad idea to look back whe 
we finish this June and realize the worth of our past and not lose touch wit 
the internal balance that made it possible. 

I would like to thank my Mom and Dad, my three very cool brothers 
and Liz. Without you, I would have just been a medical student.... 







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Best wishes to all my classmates! 

May the road rise to meet you 
May the wind always be at your back 
May the sun shine warm upon your face, 
the rain fall soft upon your fields and, 
until we meet again may God hold you in the 
palm of his hand. 

Thanks for the memories. Take care. 






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But to those who keep running. 




Those who hope in the Lord 
will renew their strength. 
They will soar on wings like eagles; 
they will run and not grow weary; 
they will walk and not be faint. 








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You'll get mixed up, of course, 
as you already know. 
You'll get mixed up 
with many strange birds as you go. 
So be sure when you step. 
Step with care and great tact 
and remember that life's 
a great balancing act. 
Just never forget to be dexterous and deft. 
And never mix up your right foot with your left. 

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£T. LUKe£ DAY 



CHEERS! Aileen Gibbons and Dan Feeney enjoy the day off 
at a pre-St. Luke's party. 

I THINKTHIS ISTHE LUCKYTABLE. Jim, Bill, Tony, Liz, Dan, 
and Greg await the raffle for this year's table prizes. 




St. Luke's Day is a Loyola tradition 
honoring the patron saint of medicine, St. 
Luke. This celebration takes place anually 
on the third Thursday in October. The day 
begins with a Mass and breakfast with the 
faculty, deans, and students. Following 
this, certain second-year students present 
research they have done over the last two 
years to the faculty and their fellow stu- 
dents. The day concludes with the St. 
Luke's Day Dinner and Dance which is held 
at The Carlisle in Oak Brook. Here, stu- 
dents and faculty enjoy a meal and cock- 
tails as well as hours of dancing . During 
dinner, awards are presented for Teacher 
of the Year by each class and Resident of 
the Year. Another highlight of the evening 
is the raffling of thousands of dollars of 
individual and table prizes to students and 
faculty. These St. Luke's Day traditions 
have served to bring together the Loyola 
community in many ways. 







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MED STUDENTS BY DAY, FASHION SETTERS BY 
NIGHT. These students have put away their T-shirts 
and gym shoes for more appropriate attire. 

WHY DON'T THEY GIVE US THE DAY OFF AFTER 
ST. LUKE'S? Sonali, Ngan, Liza, and Leena ponderthe 
most asked question at the St. Luke's Day Dinner. 

SAY CHEESE. These Stritch students are all smiles 
celebrating their first St. Luke's Day. 





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£T. LUK£S DAY 



ANDTHIS IS WHERE I DO ALL MY STUDYING. Tammy Quitno gives a tour 
of her house at a pre-St. Luke's party. 

HOWARD AND HIS HAREM. Trish, Kim, and Christy try to decide who will 
get the first dance with Howard. 







FOUR'S COMPANY. Pat, Kevin, Pete, and Allison prepare 
for their first St. Luke's. 



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I HOPE THEY'RE RAFFLING A NEW SET OF GOLF CLUBS. 
These Stritch students admit the real reason they love St. 
Luke's Day. 




C'MON GUYS, GIVE US A LITTLE SMILE. These 
med students seem a little camera shy. 



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FRESHMAN YEAR 





DO WE REALLY HAVE TO KNOW THE pKa VALUES 
FOR ALLTHE AMINO ACIDS? Harpreet Dillon andTrish 
Miki prepare for the dreaded Friday morning biochemis- 
try quiz. 

LET ME SUCK ON YOUR MARSHMELLOW. These 
freshmen learn the important skill of passing 
marshmellows on a straw. 




GETTING TO KNOW YOU. Dan Feeney, 
Stacey Pinoris, and Dan Shin socialize at 
their first All-School Picnic. 

WORKING INTHECOMMUNITY. These 
Stritch students participate in the Hori- 
zons program. 




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MED SCHOOL ISN'T SO BAD AFTER ALL. These freshmen 
get together for a pot-luck dinner. 



We began the year as 130 unfamiliar faces, 
unsure of what lied ahead of us. We spent hours in 
anatomy lab learning the foundation of our medical 
knowledge and growing accustom to that distinct 
smell of formaldehyde. We struggled through weekly 
biochemistry quizes, neurology lab, and histology 
slides. This year was made bearable by frequent 
outings to local establishments as well as downtown 
Chicago. We enjoyed our first St. Luke's Day and 
our first ski trip. After ten long months, summer 
vacation finally arrived. It was a welcome break for 
many since this summer break was to be our last. 




DO YOU THINK PEOPLE WILL TREAT ME LIKE AN UP- 
PERCLASSMAN IF I WEAR SCRUBS AND A MASK? Tomi 
tries to figure out how to avoid being at the bottom of the 
totem pole again. 



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WPHOMORE YEAR 



Sophomore year, we found ourselves back 
in the lecture hall, usually for 6-8 hours a day. 
Between Pathology, Pharmacology, and Microbi- 
ology, there was definitely less time for having fun. 
However, second semester gave us a taste of why 
we came to medical school in the first place. With 
clean white coats, ophthalmoscopes, reflex ham- 
mers, we got to see real patients, and do their 
histories and physical exams, usually taking 2-3 
hours each. While Physical Diagnosis showed us 
the light at the end of the tunnel, we knew we still 
had one huge obstacle to overcome - the National 
Boards. After months of preparation, the test was 
finally upon us and sophomore year was in the 
past. 





WHAT'S FOR LUNCH? These students can't wait to get to the 
cafeteria after a morning of slicing brains. 




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GETTING COMFORTABLE. Craig and 
Mona relax after a post-exam party. 

TIE ME UP, TIE ME DOWN. Terry prac- 
tices the art of slings on his partner, Steve. 




CALIFORNIA DREAMIN'. Jim, Ray, and Dan enjoy a 
cool, refreshing drink in the Golden State. 



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JUNIOR YEAR 




WHAT WOULD YOU DO FOR A SET OF PLASTIC BEADS? 
Aileen, Dave, Ginger, and Terese show off their beads at a Mardi 
Gras party. 

CRANIAL NERVE 12 INTACT. Mary demonstrates part of the 
neurology exam in Door County. 



Junior year, the clean white coats 
became a thing of the past. We were now 
part of the patient care "team". OB/GYN 
taught us that all babies are born in the 
middle of the night. Surgery taught us that 
the harder you retract, the more you learn. 
On medicine, we learned that, if you don't 
order the lab test, you don't have to fix the 
result. Pediatrics showed us that children 
are not just small adults. Psychiatry made 
us wonder if we, too, have obsessive-com- 
pulsive disorders. Through these long hours 
spent in the OR, on rounds, and with pa- 
tients, we began to develop into physicians. 





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IJUSTCANTCONTROLMYHAIRINTHISHUMIDITY. 
Steve Gabel struggles with a major drawback to living in 
the midwest. 



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IS THERE ANY MORE LEBANESE FOOD? These 
students enjoy one of the many class parties at At 
The Tracks. 

HERE'S TO US! Sheri, Kim, and Allison celebrate 
the end of the semester. 

ONE MORE YEAR TO GO. Ray, Tomi, Kevin, and 
Nick are all smiles at the junior class party. 

IF ONLY WE KNEW HOW TO COOK THESE 
THINGS. Dan and David show off theirculinary skills. 



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SENIOR YEAR 



With internship just one year 
away, we tried to stuff as much knowl- 
edge into our minds as we could. 
Patient care and medical "lingo" were 
much more familiar and we could 
actually carry on respectable conver- 
sations with attending physicians. We 
also began the job hunt - trying to 
makeacareerchoice, applying, inter- 
viewing, and finally matching. Gradu- 
ation was just around the corner, and 
we were able to enjoy some of the 
finer things in life again - going out 
with friends, playing basketball in the 
gym, traveling. Finally, in June, 1 995, 
we took our Hippocratic oaths and 
received our M.D. degrees. 



DO WE REALLY STILL HAVETOSTUDY? 
Rose, Jenny, and Rachel prepare for more 
lectures. 




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WHAT WOULD WE DO WITHOUT HINES? Greg and Mike 
reminisce about good times at the V.A. 




IT'S THE END OF THE WORLD AS WE 
KNOW IT. Sheri, Tomi, and Cindy get ready 
for life as real doctors. 




MUD BOWL I. These seniors take time out to enjoy a 
game of football. 



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MEMORIES 



WHO WILL BE OUR NEXT VICTIM? These 
students await their next volleyball game at 
the All-School Picnic. 



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BEAUTY IS IN THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER. Howard and Mike 
are clearly the apples of their parents' eyes. 

LITTLE RASCALS. Tammy and Debbie show off their best 
Halloween costumes. Ohhhh Taayyyy.... 




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THIS CAN DEFINITELY BE CONSIDERED AN 
EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE. Geoff and Craig 
enjoy a college football tailgater. 







ME OUT TO THE BALLGAME. Joe, Will, Pete, and Tammy await 



the AL West Champions. 



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STUDENT LIFE SV 175 



MEMORIES 



THERE ISN'T ANYGAMBLING GOING ON, ISTHERE, BOYS? Scott, 
Steve, and Mike take part in a friendly game of poker. 

FLASHING THOSE PEARLY WHITES. Bernice gives a big smile 
while taking a study break in her MDL. 





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I KNOW THAT PAPER IS HERE SOME- 
WHERE. Paula and Claire demonstrate their 
organizational skills. 



OOH, THIS IS SO COMFORTABLE. Mike 
models the latest in nasal cannula technol- 
ogy. 

PEBBLES, CHEF BOYARDEE, AND WILL. 
Rose, Chris, and Will enjoy a Halloween party 
sophomore year. 




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March 15, 1995 -the long 
awaited Match Day. In a process 
unique to the medical profession, 
medical students across the coun- 
try find out where they will spend 
the next three to seven years of 
their lives. 

Four long years of study- 
ing, learning the art of medicine, 



of the envelopes. One by one. SQS» 

each student came forward to ^"p Eto ( 5? ^ s^ 1 ^a j C£ ris ° ° "? '^ "ns^s^^s to' °? °nc =c ^ c..j„^ c ^^ = ^^ s o = o c s> ^ 3 o^s ^o^^*^ 1 to' ( 

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culminated in the opening of one 
envelope at 12:00 EST. For the 
Loyola students, this meant gath- 
ering with faculty, family mem- 
bers, and classmates at The Play- 
house in Forest Park. The day 
began with a class meeting, which 
was followed by the distribution 



an eternitv the last student Jim Wi9!^«w»v*Aw»>«sW^t«! B ^»«4«9» 
Lengemann, finally received his ^MP^*MA^^^^^m'W^^mMi»- 
envelope. Around the room 1S$SSi§S&^S0SlM 
could be seen a wide range of 'imS^XS^M^WMm 
emotions, including shock, ela- I^I^^^S&SSMS& 



match 



tion, disappointment, and relief. 
No matter what the news inside 
the envelope, all students agreed 
that they were glad it was over. 
A new and exciting segment of 
their life was about to begin. 




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Mary Ahn 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


General Surgery 


Rudolph Albores 


McGaw Medical Center Northwestern University, IL 


Internal Medicine 


Concepcion Alzona 


University of Chicago Hospitals, IL 


Pathology 


Christopher Amann 


MacNeal Hospital, IL 


Transitional 


Douglas Ambler 


McGaw Medical Center Northwestern University, IL 


Internal Medicine 


Kurt Baker-Watson 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Anesthesiology 


Samuel Baronofsky 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Diagnostic Radiology 


Dawn Beckman 


McGaw Medical Center Northwestern University, IL 


Internal Medicine 


Elizabeth Beko 


Hinsdale Hospital, IL 


Family Practice 


Donna Besier 


Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center, AZ 


Psychiatry 


Howard Bland 


Long Beach Memorial Medical Center, CA 


Family Practice 


Rommel Bote 


Cook County Hospital, IL 


Emergency Medicine 


Prabhtej Brara 


West Los Angeles VA Medical Center, CA 


Internal Medicine 


Kristen Brown 


Children's Memorial Hospital, IL 


Pediatrics 


Claire Calixte 


University of Florida Health Science Center, FL 


Anesthesiology 


Kevin Cavanaugh 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Otolaryngology 


Anthony Chiang 


San Diego Naval Medical Center, CA 


Internal Medicine 


Lily Chow 


Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, CA 


Pediatrics 


Joseph Christensen 


Lutheran General Hospital, IL 


Pediatrics 


Brett Christiansen 


Indiana University Medical Center, IN 


Pediatrics 








Greg Crovetti 
Sonali Dave 
Daniel Davis 
Anne Dean 
Jennifer Decker 
Harpreet Dhillon 
Kristi Donnell 
John Craig Egan 
Nermeen Elbiaadi 
Daniel Feeney 
Janeta Fong 
Rosario Freeman 
David Fuhrmann 
Steven Gabel 
Jeffrey Genato 
Cynthia Geocaris 
Aileen Gibbons 
Harpreet Gill 
Kim Glazier 
John Halpin 
Gregory Harrison 



Loyola University Medical Center, IL 

Lutheran General Hospital, IL 

Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center, CA 

Loyola University Medical Center, IL 

St. Luke's Medical Center, Wl 

Loyola University Medical Center 

University of California Davis, CA 

Travis Air Force Base, CA 

University of Illinois, IL 

Provenant Mercy Medical Center, CO 

University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, IA 

University of Michigan, Ml 

University of Minnesota Hospitals and Clinics, 

Loyola University Medical Center, IL 

Mercy Hospital of Pittsburgh, PA 

University of Wisconsin, Wl 

Loyola University Medical Center, IL 

University of California Davis, CA 

New England Medical Center, MA 

Resurrection Medical Center, IL 

Cleveland Clinic Foundation, OH 



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General Surgery 
Internal Medicine 
Orthopaedic Surgery 
Internal Medicine 
Family Practice 
Internal Medicine 
Internal Medicine 
General Surgery 
Anethesiology 
Family Practice 
Psychiatry 
Internal Medicine 
Family Practice 
Otolaryngology 
Internal Medicine 
General Surgery 
Internal Medicine 
Psychiatry 
Pediatrics 
Transitional 
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Thomas Herndon 


Walter Reed Army Medical Center, DC 


Internal Medicine 


Allison Hill 


Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center, CA 


Obstetrics/Gynecology 


Calvin Hong 


Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, CA 


Internal Medicine 


Stephen Houde 


McGaw Medical Center Northwestern University, IL 


Anesthesiology 


William Houskamp 


Blodgett Memorial Medical Center, Ml 


General Surgery 


Jeffrey Jacoby 


Fitzsimons Army Medical Center, CO 


General Surgery 


Brian Jensen 


Gundersen Medical Foundation, Wl 


Transitional 


Erik Johnson 


University of California Irvine, CA 


Pediatrics 


Michael Johnson 


Medical College of Wisconsin, Wl 


Pediatrics 


Philip Kaczar 


Baylor College of Medicine, TX 


Internal Medicine 


Rebecca Kartje 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Pathology 


Todd Kasdan 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Psychiatry 


Raymond Kennedy 


Mayo Graduate School of Medicine, MN 


Psychiatry 


Christy Kesslering 


University of Wisconsin, Wl 


Radiation Oncology 


Deven Khosla 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Neurosurgery 


Brian Kim 


Grace Hospital, Ml 


Emergency Medicine 


Steve Kim 


Hinsdale Hospital, IL 


Family Practice 


William King 


University of California Irvine, CA 


Internal Medicine 


Therese Kloempken 


St. Francis Hospital, IL 


Obstetrics/Gynecology 


Terry Kordash 


Providence Medical Center, OR 


Family Practice 




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Geoffrey Kuhlman 


Hinsdale Hospital, IL 


Family Practice 


Patrick Kusek 


University of Colorado School of Medicine, CO 


Pediatrics 


Sheri Lambert 


Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, PA 


Pediatrics 


James Lau 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


General Surgery 


James Lengemann 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Internal Medicine 


Ray Lin 


Loma Linda University Medical Center, CA 


Radiation Oncology 


John Lopez 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Internal Medicine 


Michael Louie 


Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, CA 


Internal Medicine 


Richard Luu 


University of California Davis, CA 


Internal Medicine 


Nicolas Makhoul 


Contra Costa County Health Services, CA 


Family Practice 


Richard Martinello 


Indiana University Medical Center, IN 


Medicine/Pediatrics 


Daniel Martinez 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Psychiatry 


Shannon Mathews 


Indiana University Medical Center, IN 


Pediatrics 


Thomas McGorey 


Waukesha Memorial Hospital, Wl 


Family Practice 


Trisha Miki 


University of Chicago Hospitals, IL 


Pediatrics 


Julie Motycka 


University of Illinois College of Medicine, IL 


Obstetrics/Gynecology 


Debra Muggier 


Mercy Hospital San Diego, CA 


Internal Medicine 


John Mulligan 


Walter Reed Army Hospital, DC 


Transitional 


Michael Myers 


Franklin Square Hospital Center, MD 


Family Practice 


Gilbert Naco 


Mercy Hospital San Diego, CA 


Internal Medicine 


Pradeep Nagaraju 


Medical College of Wisconsin, Wl 


Urology 




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William O'Rourke 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 




Internal Medicine 


Tomi Pandolfino 


McGaw Medical Center Northwestern Uni 


\/ersity, IL 


Internal Medicine 


Peter Parten 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 




Orthopaedic Surgery 


Jateen Patel 


University of Florida Health Science Center, FL 


General Surgery 


Robert Payton 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 




General Surgery 


Anastasia Pinoris 


St. Mary's Medical Center, CA 




Internal Medicine 


Tamara Quitno 


University of Colorado School of Medicine, CO 


Pediatrics 


Michael Radzienda 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 




Internal Medicine 


Mark Regnier 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 




Pediatrics 


James Ringler 


Blodgett Memorial Medical Center, Ml 




Orthopaedic Surgery 


David Sacco 


Universtiy of Kentucky, KY 




Neurosurgery 


Bernice Salazar 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 




Internal Medicine 


John Santaniello 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 




General Surgery 


Rachel Schaer 


St. Francis Medical Center, Wl 




Family Practice 


Timothy Schneider 


University of North Carolina Hospital, NC 




Psychiatry 


Anne Schreiber-Paez 


Lutheran General Hospital, IL 




Obstetrics/Gynecology 


Gregory Schrotenboer 


Butterworth Hospital, Ml 




Medicine/Pediatrics 


Rahul Sengupta 


University of Rochester Strong Memorial 


Hospital, NY 


Pediatrics 


Jesse Shick 


Medical College of Wisconsin, Wl 




Internal Medicine 


Daniel Shin 


University of Wisconsin, Wl 




Obstetrics/Gynecology 


Scott Sinnott 


MacNeal Hospital, IL 




Transitional 




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Eric Stansby 
Dominick Stella 
Kevin Stevenson 
Michael Tansey 
Joseph T.Cuenco 
Philip Theodoropoulos 
Patrick Towne 
Jim Thao Tran 
Michael Urban 
Ngan Van 
Scott VanDeHoef 
Ross Vandorpe 
Virginia Vandover 
Leena Vashi 
Jaime Villanueva 
Danny Vu 
Tracy Woodward 
Heidi Wu 
Liza Yballe 
Shelley Zaun 



Ohio State University Hospitals, OH 

Loyola University Medical Center, IL 

University of Pittsburgh, PA 

University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, IA 

University of Chicago Hospitals, IL 

University of Health Sciences-Chicago Medical School, IL 

Loyola University Medical Center, IL 

Loma Linda University Medical Center, CA 

San Diego Naval Hospital, CA 

Loyola University Medical Center, IL 

Travis Air Force Base, CA 

Loyola University Medical Center, IL 

Children's Memorial Hospital, IL 

MacNeal Hospital, IL 

Loyola University Medical Center, IL 

Loyola University Medical Center, IL 

Johns Hopkins Hospital, MD 

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, CA 

Duke University Medical Center, NC 

University of Minnesota Hospitals and Clinics, MN 



Emergency Medicine 
Internal Medicine 
Neurosurgery 
Pediatrics 
Anesthesiology 
General Surgery 
Internal Medicine 
Neurosurgery 
Pediatrics 
Internal Medicine 
Family Practice 
Internal Medicine 
Pediatrics 
Family Practice 
Internal Medicine 
Internal Medicine 
Psychiatry 
Internal Medicine 
Internal Medicine 
Family Practice 



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Congratulations and Best of Luck from the 

Class of 1997 




Best of Luck to the Class of 1995 
From the Class of 1996 







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Who would have thought that those 
first steps can lead to this? 



CONGRATULATIONS ! 




Rosario Velazquez-Freeman, M.D 

Congratulations Sherry! 

We are extremely proud of you. 
Love - Mom, Dad, Cesar, and Cathy 



Thomas !Mi£ton Herndon, 
M.D. 



k>e ure so t>ery pleased, Fvappy, and 
proud of you. 

Love, Mom, Duct, and Nancy 



"VIDY-YA AMRUTAM ASHNUTE" 

Ancient Sanskrit Quotation 
"KNOWLEDGE OVERCOMES DEATH" 
Translation 




Sonali, 

It has been a long successful journey. 

We are proud of you. 

Good luck, 

Grandma, Mom, Dad, Swati, and Shashank 



CONGRATULATIONS 



Mark A. Regnier, M.D. 



Through faith in God, years of self-sacri- 
fice, and hard work, you have reached your 

goal. 
God bless you with health, happiness, suc- 
cess, and personal fulfillment. 



With loue and pride, 
Mom, Sandy, Grandpa, Linda, and Jill. 




ADS 



Ve're Proud of You! 



Erik L. Johnson, AID. 



Loue, 

Mom, Grandma, Elizabeth, Ken, Uncle 

Rick, Runt Carolyn, Brian, Suzie, Kirk, 

Noelle, Kathie, Debbie, Bill, Carrie, 

Heather, Brad, Christopher, Runt Blanche, 

and Runt Minnie 



You are the greatest, 
SKIPPY 

You have come a long way. 
We're very proud of you, Dr. Harrison. 







Loue from your family 

Mike - Dad - Mom - Shelly 

Michael - Mattheuj - Karla 

Chad - Rly - Rosie 







PATRICK 
KUSEK, M.D. 

"Looking for a few 
good patients" 



C a n § « a talatia n U 

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Congratulations - 

We're proud of you!! 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, and Kyle 




We are so proud of you! 
We wish you happiness. 

Love, Mom, Dad, Billy, the Mathews, and the 

Roths. 




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AILEEN M. GIBBONS, M.D.!?. 



Who Knew?!? 




It's been long but fun. 

Congratulations! 

We love you. 

Mom and Dad 
Austin. Christine. Morna, and Helen 



CONGRATULATIONS 



Dr. Stephen Houde 



Vou done did it! 
We are all uery proud! 



Mom, Dad, Michael, Michelle, Dauid, and 

Rnita 



Keep Takin' Care of Business. 




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Congratulations 

Dr. Michael L. Radzienda 

We're very proud of you! 

All our love, 
Dad, Mom, and Beth 



Congratulations, Mike! 



LUe are all extremely proud of you. 

God bless you nouj and in your future 

endeauors. 



With loue, 
Mom, Dad, Kim, family and friends. 




/90<SY ADS 



You always had big goals and you've 
achieved one of the biggest! 








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Congratulations Dr. Kim Steinberg-Glazier! 

All our love... 

Mom, Dad, Tracey, Kenny and Murphy, Crystal, 

Dakota, and Alex 



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Gilbert John Naco, 
M.D. 



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With much loue and pride, 

Mom and Dad, Gina, Gemma, Grace, 
Grandma, and Grandpa 



THE BEGINNING 





THE END 



Dr. James R. Ringler 

Congratulations! 

Mom and Dad, Carolyn, Mike, and 

Meredith 



Mike and Tracy Myers 

It is said that all good things come in threes — 

Congratulations on your Graduation, your 2nd Wedding 

Anniversary, and the start of your new family! 

Love, Dad & Kathy 




4DSW 19! 




Joseph T. Cuenco, M.D. 

Congratulations Joseph! 

Dad, Mom, Karen, and Talka are very proud 

of you and all you've achieved!!! 




4VU^Ml, 7TI.O. 




LUe are uery proud of you! 

Loue, 

Mom, Dad, and Toby 



Congratulations! 




William V. King, M.D. 



He are uery proud of your achieuements 
With much loue. ..Mom, Dad, Uncles: Shu, 
Gary, & Chan, Runt Sheila, Mike, Chung, 

Faye, Jack, Kuo, Hnne, May, Howard, 

Janet, Hanson, Felix, Richard, Jonathon, 

and Timothy 



CONTRyiTULylTlONS 
DJL. BOB PyllJTON!!! 



LUe are indeed uery lucky and uery proud 
to haue you in our family. Vou are al- 
ways an achieuer and it shows. 
Good luck always & God bless. 



Mom & Dad 

Suzanne & Sean 

Runt Nene, Grandpa, Grandma 

Nana, Gonyea Family 

Ualentino & Misha 

Michiko, Komai, & Teddy 

WE LOVE you 
DR. BOB!!! 




ADS 



Congratulations 

Patrick J. Towne, M.D 






We are very proud of you! 

Love, Jo, Mom and Dad, Bill, Michael 

Jerry, Brian, Danny, Catherine, and 

Jimmy 






AND 




NOW, 


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THE 




ARENA 




HAS 




CHANGED!!! 



Our congratulations to Dr. Daniel K. 
Davis and his bride Dr. Allison Hill Davis 

Love, Jane, Rich, Sarah, Maria, Greg, Tim, 
and Steve 



CONGRATULATIONS 

John Francis Halpin, M.D. 

Keep on dunking! 

We're all so proud of you and all that you've 

achieved. On to the next goal... 





Congratulations to my husband and best 

friend, Dr . Raymond ] . Kennedg 111. lam so 

i>ery proud of you and [ucfeg to hare been 

by gout side through your journey . Ijou're 

going to be a great asset to the medtcaf 

community ! 

With Cots of [oi>e, 

l) o u r iv if e a n d b a b y - to -be 



Love, Dad, Mom, Tricia, and Mike 




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CongrGtuiQtions 
Samuel Baronofsky, /W.£). 




Keep looking forward to move ahead, 

Since just behind you is Loyola Med. 

Your future now is crystal clear, 

Now that's settled, have a beer 

And toast this day so glad and merry, 

And know how much we love you very. 

Mom - Dad - Dave 



DR. PHILIP C. KACZAR 

Congratulations 



and best wishes from 







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Mother 1926-1983 Dad 1921- 

Dan, Greg, Patty, Sandy, Mark, and all your 
friends and relatives. 



HI DR. DAN SHIN! 

Can I have an appointment? 

Congratulations! ! ! 



eoriQmzujmzion&i 

Todd H. Kasdan, m.d. 















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Love, Mom, Dad, and the whole family 



Your hard work and determination made your dream 
come true ! We're very proud of you. 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, Terry, Grandma, and Tilly 




CONGRATULATIONS 



Dr. Jateen Patel 



We are all very proud of you ! 
Good Luck! 



M o m , D a d ■ , a n d N i t ci jj 



Congratulations 



Dr. Geoff Kuhlman 




Love, 

Mom, Wes, Stacy, Scott, Grandpa Brown, and 

Grandpa Kuhlman 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Dr. Debbie Muggier! 

We are all uery proud of you 

Loue... 

Mom, Dad, and Jim 

Grandma, Grandpa, and Hunt Jannie 



Congratulations 

Dr. Thorn McGorey 

We re so proud of you! 





With love from your family: 

Mom and Dad. ..Janice, Kelly and 

Meghan. ..Katie, Tom, Jeanne, Brian, Kim, 

Danny, Jonathan and Amy. ..Margie, 

Chuck, Rob, Erin and Christine. ..Pattie, 

John, Sean and Keuin. 




ADS 



--: 



"Boy.. .These stick-on bows sure 
work better than stitches!" 




Congratulations! 
Kevin L. Stevenson, M.D. 

We're proud of you. 
Love, Mom, Dad, and Jay 



C&ng,%ataLatianu 

UJILLIflM RICHHRD 
HOUSKflMP, M.D. 




With much loue, 

Mom and Dad, Beth and Randy, John, 
Kathy and Joel and GraceRnne 



Congratulations 

We are all very proud of you! 




Timothy E. Schneider, M.D. 

Congratulations! Now the shoe is on 

the other foot, Dr. Tim, and how proud 

we are of you. 







Sheri Lynn Lambert, M.D. 

Love... 

Mom and Dad, Jon, Kimberly, llene, Mark, 

Poppie George, Grandma Shirley, Aunt 

Margo, Uncle Irv, and Aunt Bev 



Our blessings to you and Liz for a 
long, happy, and successful future. 

We love you. 

Mom, Dad, George, Mike, Dave, Granny, 

and all the Schultz and Schneider families. 




ADS 



JEFFREY J. 
GENATO, M.D. 




Loue, 
Dad, Mom, Rich, and Jay 



Anne Veronica (Dean 



Congratulations to My 
Annie 



All my love, 

Your Mom 
XXX 
OOO 



Congratulations, 
Doug! 



CO NGRAJU t AT ! NS 



KEVIN CAVANAUGH, 
M.D. 



Vou haue realized your dream. 

Trust in the Lord with all your heart... He 

will direct your path. 
Prouerbs 3: 5-6 



Loue, Mom and Dad 



We are all very proud of you! 



Love, 

Mom and Dad, Ken and Donna, Keith, 
Kathryn, and Kerry 




/©S<SV/97 



Now it's your turn to be the doctor! ! ! 




Congratulations, Dr. Gregory Crovetti 
We are proud of all you have accomplished. 

Love, Mom, Dad, Alisa, and Denise 

And somewhere Grandma and Grandpa Mickey, Noni 

and Grandpa are wishing you the same. 



CONGRATULATIONS! 



Joseph M. Christensen, M.D. 



We are uery proud of you - 



Loue, Mom and Dad - Jill and M.J. - 

Grandma Cantu - Grandma and Grandpa 

Christensen 



CONGRATULATIONS! 

DR. THERESE KLOEMPKEN 



Dr. ScFirotetiboer 
Happy Day! 




SET YOUR GOALS BELIEVING 
RIDE YOUR DREAMS WITH COURAGE 
WALK THE ROAD THAT LIES AHEAD 

WITH CONFIDENCE AND JOY. 

WERE ALL VERY PROUD OF YOU! 

With love, Mom & Dad, Mary Catherine & Mark, 
Maureen and Amy 




We are citt pert) happy for you , tit eg . 

Dad, Mom , Rich, Lisa, ^tex, Grandpa, and 

Grandma. 




Now that you are an M.D., you can get 
serious about your real specialty. 




*?- *•» 



CONGRATULATIONS John Craig 
Egan, M.D. 

We are all very proud of you! 

God Bless You 

Love, Mom and Dad, Cindy, Dawn, and Ernie. 

The Janssens Family and the Egan Family. 




Your graduation is a great day to put into 

words how speciai you are and bow much 

you are loved. You are our pride and joy. 

Love, Dave, Mom and load, Elizabeth, Jim, 

Amy and Grace, Mi mi, tine Browns, 

and the Dans. 

.QNGRA TULATI OfVS 
Kristen IK. Brown.. M.D. 



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Congratulations 

Dr. James Lengemann 





Christopher M. Amann, M.D. 

Congratulations on a dream realized, a goal 
achieved. 

We love you, 
Dad, Mom, Cami and Courtney 




We are very proud of you 
Love, Mom, Dad, and Susie 




.4D3SVN9 



CONGRATULATIONS 




JIMTHAOTRAN, M.D. 



Love, 



Mom, Dad, and Carol 




Congratulations! "Ricky 
Pooh" M.D. 

It's been a long journey 
But we knew you could do it. 
We're proud of you. 
Love, Mom and Dad, Traci, and every- 
body else! 




^-y«fc*J?-*- "' 



You've made it 
DR. CHONA ! 

Your perseverance 
has really paid off 
and you've come a 
long way 




conQmzu<£&zton&ni 

Michael Jeremiah Tansey 




OUR LOVE AND PRAYERS ARE ALWAYS 
WITHYOU 

Mom and Dad, Bill, John, Tim, Joe, Michelle, 
Melissa, and Marytherese 




200 SV ADS 



CONGRATULATIONS! 
Harpreet "Mona" Gill, M.D, 




There has always been a unique intensity 
about you. It has driven you to fulfill your 

unrelenting dream. 

We are very proud of all you have achieved! 

Love, Mom, Dad, Hardeep, Harminder and 

Rosie. 



CONGRATULATIONS !! 
DR. JAMES LAU 

Love, 

Mom 
Dad 
Dan 
& 
Patti 





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CONGRRTULHTIONS RUDV 

Don't lose that enthusiasm for 

life! 
We are all uery proud of you 

Mom and Dad, Julie, Mike, Javier, Sergio, Jenny 
and Micki. 



CON&RA 



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John M. So.nio.ni el io. M.D. 



We are so proud of you. 
Love, Dad, Sun, and fior 




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Congratulations! 
Dr. Steven Gabel 




We are all so very proud of you! 

Loue, Mom, Dad, Susie, Irene, Patricia, 
flndy, Joe, Rrnold, Jenny, Jon, Johnny, 
Erin, Rndy, Jacqui, Emily, and Stefany 



Congratulations Doug ! 

Vou haue realized 
your dream. 



"Trust in the Lord with all your heart. 

!He will direct your path." 

Prouerbs 3: 5-6 



LofE, 



Mom a-raf- Duct 




CONGRATULATIONS! 

LILY CHOW, M.D. 




We are all extremely proud of the 
perseverence and ambition you have 
shown in earning your doctor degree. 
Good luck in your future endeavors as 
a DOCTOR. 

Love, Mom, Dad, Larry and Boo. 






oH gRATulat IOn 

u KRISTI LVNN 
DONNELL, M.D. 

WE KNEW VOU 
COULD DO IT 




LOUE, MOM, DAD, JANES, DAUID 
SAM, BUSTER, AND WHISKERS 



Happiness then was planting a tree. 
Happiness now is your MD degree. 



Congratulations! 
Tamara L. Quitno, MD 




We are all so very proud 



Love, 

Mom and Dad, Todd, 
Kim, and Adrienne 



All done 



We, the Class of 1995, would 

[ike to thanf^our parents for 

their sup-port of our yearbook^ 

and all our endeavors. 




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L^ongratutationS ana best wishes for a Successful 



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HAS ANYONE SEEN THE SPITTOON? Tracy and 
Anne look on as Ginger gets ready to spit out some 
extra chew. 

DOES THIS STUFF COME IN I. V. FORM? Brett. 
Raz, and Kevin enjoy some tasty spirits. 




SITTING ON A BEACH. WEARING A STRAW 
HAT. DRINKING OUT OF A COCONUT. Pete 
refines his relaxation skills in beautiful St. Lucia. 

THREE FUTURE REPLACEMENT PLAYERS. 
Chona, Lily, and Rose hope to try out for a major 
league team if the residency thing doesn't pan out. 




CLOSING 




WE LEARNED ALL ABOUT THIS IN PHYSIOLOGY. 
Dan, Aileen, and Mike have to explain to Kim and Sam about 
the art of guzzling. 

THE WOMEN OF LOYOLA GET MORE THAN THEY 
BARGAINED FOR. Rommel prepares to entertain the gir 
in anatomy lab. 




IT'S JUST A JUMP TO THE LEFT. AND A STEP TO THE RIGHT.... Claire 
instructs Prabtej on the finer points of "The Time Warp". 

WHAT DO I LOOK LIKE? SOME KJND OF BRAIN SURGEON? Dave shows 
off his flexibility and his blue suede shoes. 



CLOSING W 207 



"If my wife needed my liver, I wouldn't give 

it to her. If she needed my heart, I wouldn't 

give it to her either. But if she needed some 

bowel, sure, I'd give her three feet." 

-Dr. Pickleman, on 
the future of bowel transplantation 



"You have to wonder about any patient whose 
tooth-to-tattoo ratio is less than five." 

-Dr. Baker 



"I want you to identify these 
cells over here. Not these cells, 
but these cells." 

-Dr. Clancy, 
clearly identifying the subject 
of a histology question 




"Well, that's a nice try, but it's absolutely 
wrong." 

-Dr. Fahey 





ZOS SV CLOSING 



" Here's a patient whose little toy has wiggled 
itself all the way up to the splenic flexure. He 
must have been using Energizers." 

-Dr. Cooper, describ- 
ing an unusual abdominal film 




"Why did we go to medical 
school? Because we're bad 
at math." 

-Dr. Ing 




"I've never seen such anatomy." 

-Dr. Dobrin, 
while supervising a hernia repair 



CLOSING 




"If I had a brain tumor with six months 
to live - forget treatment. I'll get a 
bottle of Chivas Regal, get on a boat, 
and spend the rest of my time in a 
good state of chronic alcoholism." 



"You have to be careful who you give 
penicillin to because you might kill off 
the spirochete holding his last two 
neurons together." 

-Dr. Skrodin 



"Now, if I was a betting man. ..bah hah 
hah." 

-Dr. Fisher 




"No, I really don't have a complex about losing 
my hair." 

-Dr. Thomas 



"Look at the fourth years. People much 
stupidier than you have passed this class." 

-Dr. Pickleman, during 
the surgery clerkship orientation 




"If you stimulate the amygdala, you can get a 
cat to have sex with a rooster." 

-Dr. Neafsey 



CLOSING- 









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"I remember the days when you 
could do science experiments by 
injecting students with drugs. Now 
you can't do that. So much for good 
science." 

-Dr. Neafsey 

"If you bring people doughnuts. 
they think you're Jesus for about 
four hours." 

-Dr. Skrodin, on his 
strategy of getting things done at 
the V.A. 



"For some reason, cancer only affects good 
people. SOB's in this world will live forever. 
So you guys don't have to worry." 

-Dr. Shea 



"I give you permission to forget what I taught you 
earlier." 

-Dr. Neafsey 





"You can't tell me his sodium was 122 and then 
pass the bisquits and gravy." 

-Dr. Pickleman 



"If you 


kiss a rosary, 


maybe 


you'll 


goto 


heaven. 


If you eat a rosary. 


you'll be on the 


express 


flight." 




-Dr. 


Cooper 



CLOSING 





, the L^taSS of 1 995, would like to thank the foilowina 
departments for their support of our uearoook . 



Department of Anesthesiology 
Department of Cell Biology, Neurobiology, 

and Anatomy 

Department of Internal Medicine 

Department of Medical Humanities 

Department of Microbiology/Immunology 

Department of Neurology 

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 Preventive Medicine 

Department of Psychiatry 

Department of Radiotherapy 

Department of Radiology 

Department of Surgery 

Department of Urology 

Dean of Students Office 

Office of Academic and Student Affairs 

Medical Student Union 

Committee on Student Life 

Medical Center Library 

Stritch Alumni Association 

Matthews Medical Bookstore 



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