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Caduceus 1997 

Loyola University of Chicago 
Stritch School of Medicine 
May wood, Illinois 60153 



Table of Contents 




Development p. 14, 



Dedications p. 168 



Opening 



A Brief History of the Stritch School of Medicine 



Loyola University of Chicago was 
founded in 1 870 and moved from Chicago's 
west side to what is now the Lake Shore 
Campus in 1909. 

Recognizing the need for a strong medi- 
cal school, Loyola affiliated itself with Illi- 
nois Medical College in 1909 and with 
Bennet and Reliance Medical Colleges the 
following year. In 1915, the control of this 
this loose organization was passed to the Uni- 
versity trustees and became the Loyola Uni- 
versity 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 Hospi- 
tal. Loyola's efforts to improve its medical 
school facilities were limited by a lack of 
funds until the 1940s when Samuel Cardi- 
nal Stritch lent his name to an annual fund 
raising dinner 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 new-found funds and Cardinal 
Stritch's encouragement, Loyola began 
planning for the construction of a new medi- 
cal school building. Several sites were con- 
sidered before the University decided on a 
site in Maywood just adjacent to the Hines 
Veterans Administration Hospital. Official 
construction on Loyola University Medical 



Center was begun in 1965 and by 1969 the 
new medical school was in operation. In 
honor of a generous benefactor, the new 
teaching hospital was named Foster G. 
McGaw Hospital of Loyola University. 

As the demand for medical care has 
grown, Loyola has expanded to meet the 
need. The first patients walked through the 
doors of the new Mulcahy Outpatient Cen- 
ter in 1981. In 1986 a new nine story build- 
ing, the Russo Surgical Pavillion was added 
to the medical center complex. In the same 
year, Loyola was designated as a Level I 
Trauma Center for the State of Illinois. Two 
years later the Loyola Lifestar Helicopter 
Emergency Medical System was fully in 
operation. The state-of-the-art Emergency 
Care Facility was completed in 1991 . 

The 125,000 square foot Cancer Cen- 
ter opened in September 1994 and was re- 
named the Cardinal Bernadin Cancer Cen- 
ter in 1996 in honor of the late Joseph Car- 
dinal Bernadin who received his medical 
care at Loyola University Medical Center. 

The new Stritch School of Medicine 
building is scheduled to open in June of 
1997 at the cost of more than $45 million. 
The continous growth and improvement of 
the Loyola University Medical Center has 
resulted in the fulfillment of Samuel Cardi- 
nal Stritch's vision: the creation of a major 
medical center that is ever-changing to bet- 
ter serve the needs of the community. 




The Vincent P. and Frances G. Russo Surgical Pavilion 
of Foster G. McGaw Hospital 




LUMC at a glance 



O 70 acre campus with 36 buildings 

O 536 bed Foster G. McGaw Hospital 

O 3868 employees 

O 585 full-time faculty, including 385 
full-time physicians 

O 464 residents 

O 521 medical students 

O 90 fellows 



STATISTICS (fiscal year 1995) 

O 18,898 annual admissions 

O 267,782 annual physician visits 

O 34,882 emergency room visits 

O 988 aeromedical service transports 

O 1277 annual births 

O $416 million net revenue 




Orientation 




4 Opening 



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Memories 




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8 Opening 



Ski Trips 



During the Januarys of our first and second years, 
brave souls made the incredibly long and occasionally 
trecherous journey to Big Powderhorn, Michigan. A 
good time was had by all and despite some concerns, no 
one failed Physiology. 




Opening 



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Around Loyola... 



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Administration 




John J. Piderit, S.J. 
President, Loyola University of Chicago 





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




Anthony L. Barbato, M.D. 
President & CEO, Loyola University Medical Center 



Ralph Leischner. M.D. 
Senior Associate Dean, Stritch School of Medicine 



Administration 17 



Administration 





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



Teresa Wronski. B.S. 
Assistant Dean, Academic and Student Affairs 





John X. Thomas, Ph.D. 
Associate Dean, Educational Affairs 



Mary Langbein. M.S. 
Assistant Dean, Educational Affairs 



18 Administration 



Administration 





Sandra Brehm 
Administrator, Student Affairs 



LaDonna Norstrom, M.Ed. 
Assistant Dean, Admissions 





James Whitehead, M.S. 
Dean of Students 



Michael Lambesis, M.Ed. 
Assistant Dean of Students 



Administration 



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Administrative Staff 



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Lynda Neal, Jeanine Oczkowski 
Office of Registration and Records 




Geri DiLise, Willis J. McCarthy, Jr. 
Office of Financial Aid 



Donna Sobie 
Director, Office of Financial Aid 



20 Administration 



Administrative Staff 




Rachel Jumpa, Dee Harris, Judie Carrino, Ginny Westerman 
Office of Academic and Student Affairs 








Toni Birch (standing), Gina Thompson 
Dean of Students Office 



Johnny K., M.D., A.V. 
Senior Audio- Visual Advisor 



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Department of Pharmacology 



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Department of Psychiatry 





Department of Neurology 



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Department of Orthopaedic Surgery 





Department of Urology 



Faculty 25 



Department of Family Medicine 




Department of General Surgery 




26 Administration 



We, the Class of 1997, would like to thank the following 
departments for their generous support of our yearbook: 



Dean of Students Office 

Department of Anesthesiology 

Department of Family Medicine 

Department of General Surgery 

Department of Neurology 

Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Department of Orthopaedic Surgery 

Department of Otolaryngology 

Department of Pathology 

Department of Pediatrics 

Department of Pharmacology 

Department of Physiology 

Department of Psychiatry 

Department of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery 

Department of Urology 

Loyola Medical Library 

University Ministry 



Administration 27 



Catherine Aleman, MD 




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throughout medical School.. 
cJLove —Aflwaus , 

L^atherine 



28 Seniors 




When through one man 
a little more love 
and goodness, 
a little more light 
and truth 
come into the world- 
then that man's life 
has had meaning. 



Eric Appelgren, MD 





Seniors 29 



Douglas Ashley, MD 









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30 Seniors 




James Bell, MD 






Seniors 31 



Highlights of our last 4 years... 



Jane Bergstrom, MD 





In 1994, we said our vows... 




Then we honeymooned in Cancun, Mexico 



32 Seniors 




Rich Bergstrom, MD 




We were blessed with two beautiful new nieces 



In 1996, we rubbed 

elbows with Oliver North 

at a Republican fundraiser 




And our most precious memory of medical school... GRADUATION 1997!!! 
Congratulations Class of 1997! Good luck to all of you! 



Seniors 33 



Tracy Boykin, MD 




34 Seniors 




Kevin Brenner, MD 



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Seniors 35 



Ellen Buchalski, MD 











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Maria Camarda, MD 




38 Seniors 



Lance Carroll, MD 




Seniors 39 



Michael J. Casnen MD 





"...two of the score of elements which may make or mar your lives 
- which may contribute to your success, or help you in the days of 
failure. 

In the first place, in the physician or surgeon no quality takes rank 
with imperturbability... coolness and presence of mind under all 
circumstances, calmness amid storm, clearness of judgement in 
moments of grave peril, immobility, impassiveness, or, to use an old 
and expressive word, phlegm... 

...In the second place, there is a mental equivalent. ..equanimity... 
Stand up bravely, even against the worst. Your very hopes may have 
passed on out of sight... you may be left to struggle in the night alone. 
Well for you, if you wrestle on, for in persistency lies victory, and with 
the morning may come the wished-for blessing. ..Even with disaster 
ahead and ruin imminent, it is better to face them with a smile and 
with the head errect, than to crouch at their approach." 

- William Osier, M.D., Aequanimitas 



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Seniors 



Lily Cho, MD 




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Wooyoung Chung, MD 








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42 Seniors 



Karen Cody, MD 




Seniors 43 



Janel Crawford, MD 




44 Seniors 



Jason Davis, MD 




Seniors 45 



Frank DeLaurentis, MD 




Chris DiRe, MD 




Seniors 47 



Barbara Divish, MD 





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Linda Dote, MD 




Seniors 49 



Erin Egan, MD 






50 Seniors 




Kevin D. Egly, MD 




Success lies 

Not in how well-known you are. 
But how well-respected... 
Not in your power to take 
But in your willingness to give. 
It is measured 

By the height of your aspirations, 
The breath of your vision. 
The depth of your convictions. 
Do not look 

To the changing opinions of others 
For news of your success. 
Word comes in the small voice 
You hear from within 
At the end of the day. 
Knowing you have done your best. 
This is the only success that matters 
- L. Staten 





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Seniors 5 1 



Fabiola Fernandez, MD 





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and friends for taking 
this wonderful trip uuith 
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I Love Vou, 
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52 Seniors 




Jeffrey Foreman, MD 




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54 Seniors 



Kisti Gibbs, MD 




Seniors 55 



Aaron Goldberg, MD 




56 Seniors 



Christopher Hampson, MD 




Seniors 57 



John Hayes, MD 




58 Seniors 



Jennifer Healey, MD 






















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60 Seniors 



Glenn Hirsch, MD 




Seniors 61 



Mark Hodgson, MD 





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62 Seniors 




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are possible. 

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in all you do, 

and He will supply your 

every desire. 




64 Seniors 



Gigi Ip, MD 




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I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the people 
who have made an impact in my life, during the last four years. 

- First, my family without whose support I could never have 
succeeded. 

- My friends, with whom I hold special memories of the 
last four years. 

- And finally my grandfather whose heartfelt loss has 
changed my life forever. I will never forget him. 

Rolando Izquierdo, Jr. 







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66 Seniors 



Sean Jereb, MD 




Seniors 67 



Jennifer Jurgens, MD 




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70 Seniors 






David Koeper, MD 




Seniors 71 



Colleen Leavitt, MD 




72 Seniors 



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74 Seniors 




Amy Magnusson, MD 








Seniors 75 



David Martin, MD 




76 Seniors 



Christopher Mascio, MD 




Seniors 77 



Aaron Michelfelder, MD 




78 Seniors 



Sarah Moerschel, MD 





To laugh often and love much, 
to win the respect of intelligent people 

and the affection of children; 
to earn the appreciation of honest critics 
and endure the betrayal of false friends; 
to appreciate beauty, to find the best in others, 

to give of oneself; 
to lea ve the world a little better, whether by a 
healthy child, a garden patch, or a 
redeemed social condition; 
to have played and laughed with enthusiasm and sung 

with exaltation; 
to kno w even one life has breathed easier: 
this is to ha ve succeeded. 

Ralph Waldo Emerson 

Seniors 79 



James Mohan, MD 




80 Seniors 



Kenny Mok, MD 




Seniors 81 



Michelle Montpetit, MD 






That woman is a success 
who lives life and lives it 
to the fullest; 
Who has discovered and 
shared the strengths and 
talents that are uniquely 
her own; 

Whose warm heart is full 
of love and compassion; 
Who has found joy in 
living and peace within 
herself. 




12 Seniors 



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ton 't be frightened by the size of the task. Be strong 
d courageous and get to work. . .He will see to it that 
erything is finished correctly. " 1 Chronicles 28:20 





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the worth and the choice. 



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Seniors 83 



Theresa Moore, MD 




84 Seniors 



Kathleen Morno, MD 




Seniors 85 



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88 Seniors 



Trevor Nelson, MD 




Seniors 89 



Marie Laure Nevoret, MD 




90 Seniors 




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Christine Noga, MD 





Thanks to both my imme- 
diate, (Dad, Mom, Drew, 
and Steve), as well as my 
extended family who 
continually rejoiced in the 
excitement and encour- 
aged me through the 
challenges of these med 
school years. Your love 
and concern will not soon 
be forgotten as you all 
played a vital role in this 
accomplishment. 
I LOVE YOU! 

Chris 




92 



Seniors 



Jeanne O'Brien, MD 




Seniors 93 



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Michael O'Rourke, MD 




Seniors 95 



Charles Panadero, MD 




96 Seniors 



Jennifer Pflug, MD 




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Seniors 97 



Susan Pike, MD 




98 Seniors 



Craig Primack, MD 




Seniors 99 



Elizabeth Rochowicz, MD 






100 Seniors 



Eric Roselli, MD 




I must dare higher. 
It is onlv the fire we 
ourselves put into our 
lives that gives strength 
to our imagination. 
It is the power of love 
that makes us live and 
do. 
-William Carlos Williams 



Seniors 101 



Julianna Roth, MD 




102 Seniors 



Peter Rudlowski, MD 




Seniors 103 



Steven Rudnick, MD 



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Gaile Sabaliauskas, MD 




Seniors 105 



Kurt Sandine, MD 




"Lose your dreams 
and you will 
lose your mind. ' 
-Rolling Stones 




"The best and most 
beautiful things in the 
world cannot be 
bought, seen, or hearc 
but rather they are fell 
in the heart. " 

-Helen Keller 



106 Seniors 



Joanna Santiesteban, MD 




Seniors 107 



Brian Sard, MD 




Catherine Schomer, MD 




Seniors 109 



Laura Schroeder, MD 




110 Seniors 



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Laura Sorgea, MD 




112 



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Elaine Spirakes, MD 




Seniors 113 



Christine Stabile, MD 




114 Seniors 



Walter Stanwood, MD 




Seniors 115 



Ronald M. Taddeo, MD 




116 Seniors 



Kimi Tamura, MD 





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Sally Tan, MD 




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Seniors 119 



Francesca Tekula, MD 




120 Seniors 



Kay Thatcher, MD 




Seniors 121 



Sharon Turban, MD 




1 22 Seniors 



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124 Seniors 



Bryan Wachter, MD 




'How about some low talkin, Baby?" 



"El Muchaco" 



Seniors 125 



Brian Wolf, MD 




126 Seniors 




Janell Wozniak, MD 





Seniors 127 



Michael Youtsey, MD 







128 Seniors 




Linda Yu, MD 








Seniors 129 



Paul Gast, MD 




130 Seniors 



Jacob Gerzenshtein, MD 




Seniors 131 






Robert Kraus 



Editha Krueger 



Jonathan Levin 






Christopher Moran 



Stephanie Moran 



Daniel Mulrooney 






Hak Soo Mun 



Stefan Nemeth 



Courtney Reynolds 



132 Seniors 






John Sersanti 



Rajendra Shah 



Erin Shanks 






Joseph Smurda 



Derek Turner 



Elmo 



Not Pictured: 
Daryn Abraham Peter Giuliano 



Christie Foster 
Andrew Gage 



Leonard Grecul 
Sloan Strink 



The Class of 1997 would like to thank Wyckoff 
Portraits Inc. for all their help and patience. 



Seniors 133 



Class of 2000 




Front Row (I. to r.): James Schroeder, President; Sarah Schmidt, Treasurer. Back Row (I. to r.): Roman 
Langston, MSU Representative: Bridget Hogan, Vice-President; John LoGiudice, MSU Representative 



Class of 1999 




Front Row (I. to r): Lainie Jose, Vice-President; Paula White. Secretary; Jim McMahon. Treasurer; Jill 
Moran. MSU Representative. Back Row (I. to r.j: Bill Broderick. MSU Representative; David Yu, President 



134 Student Life 



Class of 1998 





ront Row (I. to r.): Matt Leischner, Vice-President; Karole Lakota. Treasurer. Back 
ow(l. tor.): Amaryllis Gil, MSU Representative; AlissaTheis, MSU Representative 



Thad Cuasay, President 



Medical Student Union (MSU) 




MSU Advisors: Dr. John X. Thomas. Dr. Jawed Fareed 



Student Life 135 



The future home of the Stritch School of Medicim 










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One of the Monday Night Football outings at Champs Sports Bar - 1993 



Scott and Laura Sorgea at the 
St. Luke's Dinner/Dance 1993 




Gaile, Chris, Eric, Dave and Linda at Halloween 1994 




Aaron, Catherine, Michelle and Chris at the Dancing With the Fish 
winter formal at Shedd Aquarium - 1997 



Student Life 137 




Kimi and Bella call Fabiola and tell 
her what to wear tomorrow 





While chillin' with his posse, Eric "E-Rock" Roselli flashes signs to 
rival Stritch gangbangers resulting in a six month MDL turf war 




Roily Izquierdo... sensitive guy 



Bryan and Linda review the 
metabolism of thiamine for an 
upcoming Biochemistry exam 




138 Student Life 



When we were young. 





Group Physical Therapy 



Due to the lack of a men's locker room in the 

medical school, Andre is forced to get dressed 

for St. Luke's on The Carlisle dance floor 




Chuck and Dave race against time to remove the pool cues from Eric's 
nostrils while Burt, Sean and Kimi look on anxiously 




John spends a thrilling evening in the LRC reviewing Histology slides 



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John Hayes. ..ladies' man 




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Gaile: "You guys!" 





In a Dr. Neafsey experiment gone awry, Walt and John 
are stricken with Kluver-Bucy Syndrome 




Linda Yu-kon, Eskimo princess 




Corey continues his GAB A receptor research 



Johnny K cuts loose! 



Student Life 141 




Michael prepares to demonstrate a perfect 
"pistol grip" on a reluctant Steve 



More victims await "Quick Draw" Youtsey 




Kurt wards-off Vitamin D deficiency 



142 Student Life 



Janel: "Uh...Matt, that's Deanne. I'm over here." 






eprived of on-call meal tickets during their Sub-Intern- 
ships, Sally and Sarah resort to desperate measures 



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Sharon stresses to John the importance of 
self-breast examination 



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Jon demonstrates a typical Friday night for a medical student "Data to Enterprise... three to beam up.' 



The dance craze of 1 996... 
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Top 10 Professor and Attending 
Quotes Heard at Loyola 

10. "As any fool can tell you now...", "...and we can dine on the 
banks of the calcarine fissure." - Dr. Castro, Neuroscience 

9. "Identify this. ..not this, not this, not that. ..but this." 

- Dr. Clancy, Histology 

8. "I just like saying 'phospholamban'" - Dr. Thomas, Physiology 

7 . "A lesion in the amygdala will cause a cat to have sex with a 
chicken!" - Dr. Neefsy, Neuroscience 

6. "A calcium channel blocker given orally will cause the blood 
pressure to m<yieade . " - Dr. Davis, Pharmacology 

5. "...she should ride like the Kentucky Derby!" 

- Dr. Renshaw, Behavioral Science 

4. "This is what you call a 60 watt bulb in a 40 watt a**" 

- Dr. Cooper, Radiology 

3. "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. Pickelman, Surgery 

2. "I'll speak slowly for all the Domers in the room." 

- Dr. Shea, Neurosurgery 

1. "Now I may be just an old fart internist, but..." 

- Dr. Hering, Medicine 



A gem from the 
co-op archives by 
Chris Hompson... 



For those of you who missed the film, here is a clip demonstrating the neonatal 
behavioral assessment. Dave Keeper attempts to get a response from young Eric 
Appelgren by applying a vocal stimulus. As you can see, Eric is responding with a big 
smile. Either this is an actual response, or . . . 

A. He is responding to Koepcr's striking 
good looks 

B. He's thinking about how he has to 
clean the gym urinals for Vince ( a 
result of the Auction Bash) 

C. He passed gas 




Development 145 



FIRST YEAR 



Lip Sync 



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THIRD YEAR 




Letter 



FOURTH YEAR 




'Match Day m^§ 



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Lip Sync 





At the end of our First Year we 
showed our gratitude to our Big Brothers 
and Sisters in the Class Of 1996 through 
the art of lip sync. The participants were 
the few, the proud, the ataxic. Glenn and 
John, the victors of the Lip Sync, wowed 
the audience with their 70s interpretive 
dance. Walt flew us to the moon with his 
swinging Sinatra cover. Catherine, Jen, 
Grace and Michelle received "three 
snaps" for their rendition of "Never 
Gonna Get It." Gaile and Linda showed 
Lance, Kurt, Bryan and Burt a time they 
will never forget! Finally, Dave led his 
beautiful hardbodies, Walt, Brian and 
Bryan, in a sexy song that was simply 
irresistable. Fun was had by all and the 
Class of 1996 urged us to keep our day 
jobs! 



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For those fourth-years lucky enough to receive 
this rotation, St. Lucia offered Loyola medical stu- 
dents the opportunity to play doctor in paradise. 
Loyola's affiliation with St. Jude's Hospital began in 
1984 and each year roughly 24 fourth-years make 
the journey to the sunny island nation in the Carib- 
bean. 

Despite having time for "fun in the sun," the stu- 
dents work quite hard. The experience at St. Jude's 
provides students and physicians alike the opportu- 
nity to brush up on their physical diagnosis skills and 
to learn the true meaning of "cost-effectiveness." 

Memories of nights spent chatting and playing 
euchre, shopping in the open market and the warmth 
of the St. Lucian people will be cherished forever by 
those members of the Class of 1997 who visited this 
tropical island. 






Volunteers from all over the world come to serve at St. Jude's Hospi- 
tal in St. Lucia. 



Volunteers demonstrate the proper use of the "halitosis stethoscope.' 



A typical exam room in the outpatient clinic. 




UH 





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D. Surgery 

E. Pediatrics 



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MARCH 19, 1997 



(NOT QUITE TO SCALE) 



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STUDENT HALF- 



stress 

MEASURED IN: 
TRIPS TO THE 
BATHROOM, #OF 
ZITS, CHOCOLATE 
CONSUMPTION, 
LOOSE HAIRS ON 
HAIR BRUSH, 
FRANTIC PHONE 
CALLS TO HOME, 
AND POINTLESS 
GIGGLES. 



BEFORE MED 
SCHOOL 




4TH SEMESTER 
EXAMS 



TIME 



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Tying The Knot, 




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June 2, 1990 



Haura & i£>cott i&orgea 
August 3, 1991 



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f ulp 10, 1993 



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3 ulp 10, 1993 



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September, 1993 



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Hatijleen Jflorno & foe 
December 21, 1993 



WLoaty & ?|annat) Cfjung 
June 4, 1994 




^mp & Cratg jfttagnustfon 
fune U, 1994 



Eici) & Jane pferggtrom 
fune 18, 1994 



Jeanne & Babib <0'$rten 
June 25, 1994 



Development 157 




I anell & Jiattfjeto Mo^mafe 
October I, 1994 



Ctjrtsttne $c Mtk Stabile 
December 3t, 1994 



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June 23, 1995 



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f unc 24, 1995 



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June 24, 1995 



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Jflicbael & &mta §outeep 
jUarcb 23, 1996 



Joanna i&anttesteban & 

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September 28, 1996 



Jffllaria Camaroa & 
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3 ulp 7, 1996 




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October 26, 1996 



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September 21, 1996 



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jflap 17, 1997 



jf ranfe Belaurentis & 

jUartina ^>temfeopf 

Jfflap, 1997 




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Jtlap 17, 1997 



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Jttap 25, 1997 



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lunc 22, 1997 



160 Development 



Match Day 



March 19, 1997- the long 
awaited Match Day. In a 
process unique to the medical 
profession, medical students 
across the country discover 
where they will spend the 
next three to seven years of 
their lives. 

Four long years of 
studying and learning the art 
of medicine culminated in the 
opening of one envelope at 
11:00CST. For the Loyola 
students, this meant gathering 
with faculty, family members 
and classmates at the Play- 
house in Forest Park. 



>n and Stephanie joyously celebrate the 
:urn to their homeland. Ohio. 



The day began with a class 
meeting, which was followed 
by the distribution of the 
envelopes. One by one, each 
student was handed an enve- 
lope that contained his or her 
destiny. 

After what seemed to be an 
eternity, all the students 
received their envelopes. 
Around the room could be seen 
a wide range of emotions, 
including shock, elation, 
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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Kevin Brenner shares a moment with 
Dean Winship during the distribution of 
the envelopes. 



Steve. Gigi and Pete smile bravely as they 
nervously await "the news". 



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161 




'?&?&$; Daryn Abraham 

g&jfg$ Catherine Aleman 

||&|| Eric Appelgren 

'i%&'M Douglas Ashley 

;{&£>£ James Bell 

Ms?£$- J ane Bergstrom 

W£0$ Ri cnar d Bergstrom 

$*|£ Tracy Boykin 
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Ellen Buchalski 



5S;^s?j; Lance Carroll 

*$$$§$ Michael Casner 

-"w&*: Lily Cho 

gJ^&jSs Wooyoung Chung 

c^5^| Karen Cody 

$&ij$s Jason Davis 

'&'M% F ran ' c DeLaurentis 

?$;&i? : & Christopher Di Re 

W%$$ Barbara Divish 

;•#$$ Linda Dote 

v$S?5s£ Erin Egan 

%&?&|| Kevin Egly 

fg<j|J4i"i Fabiola Fernandez 

%&:'£•{* Jeffrey Foreman 

$|1|:| Christie Foster 

'4-Myi Andrew Gage 

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•5,^*1 Andre Gauri 

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|£&f| KistiGibbs 

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Evanston Hospital, IL 

Loyola University Medical Center, IL 

Keesler Air Force Base, MS 

Loyola University Medical Center, IL 

LaGrange Family Practice Residency, IL 

University Hospital of Cleveland, OH 

Cleveland Clinic Foundation, OH 

Emory University School of Medicine, GA 

Rush Presbyterian-St. Luke's, IL 

Medical College of Wisconsin, WI 

Loyola University Medical Center, IL 

Central Texas Medical Foundation, TX 

University of Chicago Hospital, IL 

Evanston Hospital, IL 

Christ Hospital & Medical Center, IL 

University of Wyoming-Cheyenne, WY 

St. Louis University, MO 

McGaw Medical Center-NW University, IL 

McGaw Medical Center-NW University, IL 

Indiana University Medical Center, IN 

University of California Davis Medical Center, CA 

Cook County Hospital, IL 

Loyola University Medical Center, IL 

Loyola University Medical Center, IL 

Loyola University Medical Center, IL 

University of California-Irvine, CA 

Cook County Hospital, IL 

Mountain Area Health Education Center, NC 

Stanford University, CA 

U of I Metro Group Hospital, IL 

Loyola University Medical Center, IL 

Jackson Memorial, FL 



Internal Medicine 
Internal Medicine 
General Surgery 
Pediatrics 
Family Practice 
Dermatology 
Otolaryngology 
Emergency Medicine 
General Surgery 
Obstetrics/Gynecology 
Internal Medicine 
Family Practice 
Emergency Medicine 
Internal Medicine 
Emergency Medicine 
Family Practice 
Otolaryngology 
Psychiatry 
Internal Medicine 
Pediatrics 
Internal Medicine 
Family Practice 
Internal Medicine 
Obstetrics/Gynecology 
Internal Medicine 
Internal Medicine 
Family Practice 
Family Practice 
Internal Medicine 
General Surgery 
Medicine/Pediatrics 
Diagnostic Radiology 




Aaron Goldberg 


Henry Ford Health Science Center, MI 


Emergency Medicine 


Leonard Grecul 


Michigan State University, MI 


Internal Medicine 


Christopher Hampson 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Otolaryngology 


John Hayes 


Medical College of Wisconsin, WI 


Internal Medicine 


Jennifer Healey 


UCLA Medical Center, CA 


Pediatrics 


Leigh Ann Higgins 


University of Michigan Hospitals, MI 


Internal Medicine 


Glenn Hirsch 


University of Michigan Hospitals, MI 


Internal Medicine 


Mark Hodgson 


Children's Hospital, CA 


Pediatrics 


Bryan Hoff 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Internal Medicine 


Gigi Ip 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Internal Medicine 


Rolando Izquierdo 


University of Cincinnati, OH 


Orthopaedics 


Sean Jereb 


McGaw Medical Center-NW University, IL 


Orthopaedics 


Jennifer Jurgens 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Internal Medicine 


Deanne Kashiwagi 


Indiana University, IN 


Medicine/Pediatrics 


John Kiriklakis 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Interna] Medicine 


David Koeper 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Internal Medicine 


Robert Kraus 


U of 1/ St. Francis Medical Center, IL 


Neurosurgery 


Bella Krauss 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Obstetrics/Gynecology 


Editha Krueger 


University of Michigan Hospitals, MI 


Radiation Oncology 


Colleen Leavitt 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Medicine/Pediatrics 


Jonathan Levin 


Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, CA 


Diagnostic Radiology 


Bert Lopansri 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Internal Medicine 


Jeffrey Lyman 


University of Wisconsin Hospitals, WI 


Obstetrics/Gynecology 


Amy Magnusson 


Stanford University, CA 


Rehabilitative Medicine 




Development 163 



David Martin 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Urology 


Christopher Mascio 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


General Surgery 


Aaron Michelfelder 


Lutheran General Hospital. IL 


Family Practice 


Sarah Moerschel 


Children's Hospital-Philadelphia, PA 


Pediatrics 


James Mohan 


Massachusetts General Hospital, MA 


Anesthesiology 


Kenny Mok 


Baylor College of Medicine, TX 


Internal Medicine 


Michelle Montpetit 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Internal Medicine 


Jennifer Moore 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Internal Medicine 


Theresa Moore 


Boston University, MA 


Internal Medicine 


Christopher Moran 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Internal Medicine 


Stephanie Moran 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Internal Medicine 


Kathleen Morno 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Ophthalmology 


Jamie Moser 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Medicine/Pediatrics 


Anna Mulder 


West Suburban Hospital, IL 


Family Practice 


Daniel Mulrooney 


University of Minnesota, MN 


Medicine/Pediatrics 


Hak Soo Mun 


UIC College of Medicine, IL 


Internal Medicine 


Efstathios Naum 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Internal Medicine 


Trevor Nelson 


Los Angeles California-USC Medical Center, CA 


Diagnostic Radiology 


Stefan Nemeth 


Hinsdale Hospital, IL 


Family Practice 


Marie-Laure Nevoret 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


General Surgery 


Craig Newgard 


Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, CA 


Emergency Medicine 


Christine Noga 


Cleveland Clinic Foundation, OH 


Pathology 


Jeanne O'Brien 


University of Rochester/Strong Memorial, NY 


Urology 


John O'Neill 


University of Florida-Jacksonville, FL 


Diagnostic Radiology 








164 Development 



Roly and Sean will gladly trade in flannel tor new ortho 
scrubs. 




Mike and Lisa O'Rourke 


excitedly "phone home" to share the wonderful news. Jamie 


and Colleen share in the relief. 


Michael O'Rourke 


University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, IA 


Orthopaedics 


Charles Panadero 


Indiana University Medical Center, IN 


Pediatric Psychiatry 


Jennifer Pflug 


Ohio State University Medical Center, OH 


Medicine/Pediatrics 


Susan Pike 


University of Cincinnati Hospitals, OH 


Plastic Surgery 


Craig Primack 


Good Samaritan-Phoenix, AZ 


Medicine/Pediatrics 


Courtney Reynolds 


UCLA Medical Center, CA 


Obstetrics/Gynecology 


Elizabeth Rochowicz 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Pediatrics 


Eric Roselli 


Cleveland Clinic Foundation, OH 


General Surgery 


Julianna Roth 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Internal Medicine 


Peter Rudlowski 


University of Hawaii, HI 


Psychiatry 


Steven Rudnick 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Internal Medicine 


Gaile Sabaliauskas 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Internal Medicine 


Kurt Sandine 


Mountain Area Health Education Center, NC 


Family Practice 


Joanna Santiesteban 


Indiana University Medical Center, IN 


Obstetrics/Gynecology 


Brian Sard 


Johns Hopkins Hospital, MD 


Pediatrics 


Catherine Schomer 


Thomas Jefferson U./duPont Hospital for Children, DE 


Pediatrics 


Laura Schroeder 


St. Joseph Hospital, WI 


Transitional 


Elizabeth Schultz 


Loyola University Medical Center. IL 


Medicine/Pediatrics 


John Sersanti 


University of Rochester Medical Center, NY 


Internal Medicine 


Rajendra Shah 


Illinois Masonic Medical Center, IL 


Obstetrics/Gynecology 


Erin Shanks 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Pediatrics 


Joseph Smurda 


UCLA Neuropsychiatry Institute, CA 


Psychiatry 


Laura Sorgea 


Stanford University, CA 


Pediatrics 


Elaine Spirakes 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Pediatrics 


Christine Stabile 


University of California-Irvine. CA 


Pediatrics 


Walter Stanwood 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Orthopaedics 


Sloan Strink 


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


Obstetrics/Gynecology 


Ronald Taddeo 


Ohio State University Medical Center, OH 


Internal Medicine 


Kimi Tamura 


Los Angeles California-USC Medical Center, CA 


Obstetrics/Gynecology 


Sally Tan 


University of Utah, UT 


Family Practice 


Grace de la cruz Tandoc 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Pediatrics 


Francesca Tekula 


Indiana University Medical Center. IN 


Neurosurgery 


Kay Thatcher 


Mercy Hospital and Medical Center, IL 


Obstetrics/Gynecology 



Development 



165 




166 Development 



U.S. medical school seniors and international students find out what 
teaching hospital they will attend and the area they will be trained in. 



'Match Day' 
just what 
the doctor 
ordered 



By Aniiw Sw4£!My 

Tribune Stakt Writer 

The Playhouse bar In Forest 
Park was noisy and full of chat- 
ter Wednesday just after 11 am., 
and Tracy Doykin was looking 
for a quiet spot. 

She found one just off the 
kitchen. Cell phone in shaky 
hand, the Loyola University of 
Chicago Strltch School or Medi- 
cine senior pounded out call 
after call after call with one mes- 
sage for friends, family and 
answering machines all over: 
"Emory in Atlanta. Emory in 
Atlanta! I'm going to Emory' In 
Atlanta, baby!" 

Wednesday was "Match Day" 
for the 13500 US medical school 
seniors and 3,400 international 
students who turned out at bars 
and in university auditori- 
ums— at the exact same time (11 
a_m. Chicago time) -to receive an 
envelope with one line of critical 
news: what U.S. teaching hospital 
they will attend for their medical 
residency and what area they will 
be trained in. 

The matches are made through 
a nationwide computer program 
that pairs students and hospitals, 
according to the preferences of 
each. 

Match Day is graduation day 
and the NFL draft all In one. It 
brings to a close four years of 
grueling medical school work, 
but also marks the transition 
from medical books to the medi- 
cal profession. 

A first-choice match Is coveted. 
That's why Boykin's excitement 
Wednesday was a bit curious. 
Emory' University, K turns out. 
was her second choice. 

Boykln said that after she 
interviewed at Harvard Univer- 
sity, she could not pass up the 
chance to be matched with the 
Impressive Ivy League school. 




Loyola University of Chicago Stntch School of Medicine seniors Catherine Aleman (from left), Erin 
Shanks and Grace Tandoc celebrate getting their first residency choices Wednesday. 



But the thought of attending 
Emory University, the presti- 
gious black school In the South, 
made it the "heart" choice for a 
black woman who plans to one 
day be the U.S. surgeon general. 

"All my life (because] my fam- 
ily is from Mississippi. I have 
wanted to move South." said 
Boykln. a Chicago native. 
"Emory' is a great institution." 

Boykin. who grew up wanting 
to be a doctor at Cook County 
Hospital, will be' training in 
emergency room medicine. "I'm 
from the South Side of Chicago," 
she said, getting serious for one 
moment to explain her choice. 
"Enough said." 

The fun of Match Day might be 
as much about how the students 
get the news as it is finding out 
where they're going. 

Loyola students started gather- 
ing at the Playhouse about 10 
am. Just before 11 a.m.. Associ- 
ate Dean Michael Ralnev 



explained the procedure: The 
group of 125 students would line 
up at tables around the room in 
alphabetical order to collect their 
envelopes and open them sepa- 
rately 

"This Is a personal matter 
between you and your envelope." 
Ralney said. 

Student John KiriklakLs. 25. of 
Chicago, was happy to find that 
he will return to Loyola to train 
in internal medicine. He also 
earned his undergraduate degree 
at the school. 

"I'm Just Loyola through and 
through." Kiriklakis said. 

Other Match Day events were 
more free form- 
Students from the University 
of Illinois at Chicago College of 
Medicine gathered at the hip 
Bossa Nova bar on Clybourn 
Avenue where, one by one. 157 
names were called out. Students 
came to the front to collect their 
envelope and opened it in front 



of their classmates. 

"If you're happy, you scream 
and shriek." said university 
spokesman Danny Chun. "If 
you're not. you just walk away." 

Down at the University of Chi- 
cago Pritzker School of Medicine, 
students host Match Day at the 
university so that teaching staff 
at the hospital can Join in the 
celebration, said school spokes- 
man BUI Burton. 

Students open the letters 
simultaneously after they have 
been handed out one at a time in 
random order. 

Those who are handed theirs 
first have to wait, although some 
try and cheat by holding the 
envelope up to the light. The per- 
son called last is rewarded with 
money collected from the stu- 
dents and teachers—about $200 
this year. 

"Then they all rip them open 
at once," Burton said. "Most are 
pretty well-behaved.'' 



Sharon Turban 


Baylor College of Medicine. TX 


Internal Medicine 


Derek Turner 


Loyola University Medical Center. IL 


Internal Medicine 


Gia Viscardi 


University of Virginia, VA 


Emergency Medicine 


Corradin Vogel 


Hennepin Medical Center, MN 


Emergency Medicine 


Bryan Wachter 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Otolaryngology 


Brian Wolf 


University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, IA 


Orthopaedics 


Janell Wozniak 


Fort Collins Family Medicine, CO 


Family Practice 


Michael Youtsey 


Evanston Hospital, IL 


Internal Medicine 


Linda Yu 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Internal Medicine 



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The circle of years that included many years of hard 
work, "fun", and determination! Now a medical degree! 
May the future bring you much success and happiness. 
We are very proud of you! All our love, 

Mom, Dad, 

Linda and Steve, 

Granny 



Congratulations!! 
Kevin D. Egly, MD 



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Dear Roly, remember when? 

You barely knew how to swim, yet I was in the deep end of 
the pool and you asked, "Can I jump in?". You were barely two 
years old but nevertheless I answered "yes" and you did. That was 
the beginning of your passion for swimming that brought you to 
represent your High School. 

One of your first baseball games in the peewee league, 
when one of the opposite team members hit the ball and you caught 
it. Only to begin running with the ball into the centerfield and the 
rest of the team after you much like in a football game. When it was 
time to bat, that plastic T was always in your way. Then again this 
was only the beginning of a wonderful baseball life where you shined 
like no other star. 

Those college years, oh how I worried and how much I 
prayed to Cod to look after you. Especially after one of the many 
visits to U of I in Champaign, while eating a peaceful meal in a 
restaurant, some college kids passed by and said "Hi Elvis." To my 
inquisitive look your friend responded smiling, "Oh that is because of 
his hip movement when he was dancing on top of the tables at this 
bar." How about that dreadful first day back to school from summer 
vacation and into the new Fraternity House? Oh Cod how I cried. 
Yet you made it, you actually survived those college years and I was 
so happy and proud of you. 

You have always taken any challenge that life itself or I have 
thrown at you, not only to meet those challenges, but you have 
always exceeded my expectations. We are so proud of what you 
have become A WONDERFUL HUMAN BEING and of what you 
have accomplished in life. 

Way to go Dr. Rolando Izquierdo 




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wonderful things to see (that no one has yet imagined), 
but we're quite sure that if you really want to, you'll find 
a way to reach them all by yourself." 

Norman Juster (The Phantom Tollbooth) 

Ellen, we love you. Mom and Dad 



To our son Bert- 

We hereby witness your intelligence, 
determination and endurance. Our proud- 
est moment, we salute you and love you. 
AAom and Dad 



To our dear brother Bert- 
Congratulations on your proudest 
day. Vour medical degree and your 
achievements in school are products of 
your tenacity and your excellent character. 
Ue honor you on this milestone in your life 
and on this day we say to you, WAV TO 
GO fl€RT! We know that there will be 
more to come. 

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In your number one choice of PM&R! 



Good character is more to be praised than outstanding 
talent. Most talents, are to some extent, a gift. Good 
character, by contrast, is not given to us. We have to 
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We are very proud of you. You 
have chosen a humanitarian, noble and 
exciting profession. 

We love and congratulate you... 
husband, godmother, mom, aunts, sister, 
and brother. 

Your loving mother, 
Edith 



Dear Kathy, 

There once was a man who was noted 
as one of the best students at his medical 
school. All his professors said he will become 
world famous because of his talents. This 
man's name was Phil Waters. Never hear of 
him? That's because he gave up. Think 
about it. By the way, good luck. 

That brother of yours 
Brian 




Dear Son, 

Our family always looked up to a doctor as a 
supreme being— and no w our son — EricErcole RoselliMD 
has climbed to that position. No words can describe our 
feelings of pride. 

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We are very proud of you as are 
Vanessa, Jason and Sara. 
Love, 

Mom and Dad 



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Dr. Jamie 

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Dad, Mom, 

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In the things that are important to you, 

and the way you have chosen to five your Life... 

We believe- that you can accompfish anything 

you set out to do, that you have many tafents 

and the wisdom to use them well... 

We believe that you have what it takes to 

overcome ofotactes anif to grow from every 

experience life brings your way... 

We believe that you will always be _faithfuf to 

friends and family and to the vafues that 

have shaped your phifosophy... 

We believe in your courage, compassion, and 

strength of character... 

We believe in your goodness... 

We believe in you. 

Congratufations on your graduation. 
Love, 

Your Famify 



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Graduates! 

May you live 

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Dad always got the best seats in 
the house for an important event 
(such as your first ice cream cone) 

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heaven for this one f 
your graduation from 
medical school! 

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Mom 




The compassion and the ethics of some 
of the Loyola U. Medical School faculty are 
memorable. What is right should always be 
administratively possible. 

Cheers for the entire class of 1997 and 
their successful hurdling of challenges to 
graduation. 

Congratulations and love to you, Joseph, 
on your considerable achievement! 

With admiration from 
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always made us very proud of 
you. Now, as you graduate 
from medical school, words 
could never express how we feel. 
We wish you all the best in 
everything you do and may your 
future be filled with all of the 
happiness, health, and success 
you are so deserving. We love 
you very much. 

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Mom and Dad 



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Cory, 

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and thoughtful ways. You have been a special gift to 
our family, touching each of our lives with your love 
and laughter. We wish you a lifetime of caring, 
eharlng, and happiness. And, as you go, remember 
that the journey is the reward. 

love and Congratulations, 

Mom and Dad, 

Laura, Elisabeth, Amy, Jennifer, Sarah and Katie, 

Grandma Vogel and Grammy Coradlnl 



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Congrats bro. 

I Love You, 
Totta 




Dear Ron, 

We always knew that one day you would 
"break out" and do something important. 
Congratulations and God Bless! 
Love, 
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Dear Rajie, 

Your special day - graduation from Loyola 
Medical School - has arrived at last. You've 
worked so hard and it's wonderful to see you 
reach your goal! Your success, son, is well 
deserved, for you are a very caring and sensitive 
person, and it shows in your dedication to 
helping others. On May 17th we've seen you take 
yet another big step in your life - your marriage 
to Sloan Strink, your fellow classmate. May this 
be only the beginning of a life that holds great 
happiness, new opportunities, and a deep 
personal fulfillment. Our hearts are filled with 
pride for both of you. Congratulations on your 
graduation. We love you both very much. 
Mom & Dad 



Remember this picture 
from one of your first dance 
recitals? You worked so hard 
practicing your steps in the 
living room to get them just 
right. The song you danced 
to was "High Hopes." 

Much has changed since 
then, but some things don't 
change. You're still working 
very hard to get things just 
right and now you have 
reached one of your highest 
hopes. 



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thank you for the joy 
you continue to bring 
to our lives. 

Love and blessings, 
Mom 



To cure sometimes, to relieve often, 
to comfort always. (Anon.) 



Congratulations to a wonderful 
Son and Brother 



MICHAEL JAMES CASNER, M.D. 



With Love and Pride 
Mom, Dad, and Kristin 
God bless you always 



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June 14, 1997 

To Our Son Bryan, 

Words cannot express the joy and happiness we are feeling 
in our hearts for you today. It is with great pride we con- 
gratulate you on your dedication and accomplishments. 

Our hopes and prayers for you are expressed in the beautiful 
words of "On Eagle's Wings « And He will raise you up on eagle's 
wings, bear you on the breath of dawn, make you to shine like the 
sun and hold you in the palm of His hand". 

Climb until your dreams come true. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 

Congratulations Dr. Wachter, 

You had a dream and made it real. I'm proud of you'. 

Oh, I have this ache . . . \^) 

Love, your one and only sis! 



From that first conversation about a bug 

To those cartwheels on the soccer field, 

As a gymnastics gold medalist, 

Tapping American flag, 

Toe-dancing unicorn, 

And, of course, Lady MacBeth. 

First the "Llama Doctor", 

Now, a real doctor. 

You have always made us proud. 



CONGRATULATIONS, ERIN 

NEVER STOP LIVING YOUR 
DREAMS! 



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Dedications 177 



When we were 
young. . . 




1993-94 Class Officers 

President - Walt Stanwood 
Vice-President - Gia Viscardi 
Treasurer - John Hayes 
Secretary - Ellen Buchalski 

MSU Reps - Chris Hampson 

Social Chairs - Susan Pike 

Francesco Tekula 
CSL Reps - Maria Camarda 
Lance Carroll 



1994-95 Class Officers 

President - Ron Taddeo 
Vice President - Barb Divish 
Treasurer - Jane Shiu-Bergstrom 
Secretary - Ellen Buchalski 

MSU Reps - Chris Hampson 

John Hayes 
Social Chairs - Christie Foster 

Susan Pike 
Laura Schroeder 
CSL Reps - Maria Camarda 
Lance Carroll 



1995-96 Class Officers 

President - Ron Taddeo 
Vice-President - Dave Koeper 
Treasurer - Michelle Montpetit 
Secretary - Catherine Aleman 

MSU Reps - Chris Hampson 

Jen Moore 
Social Chairs - Jen Jergens 

Gia Viscardi 
Brian Wolf 
CSL Reps - Maria Camarda 
Lance Carroll 



1996-97 Class Officers 

President - Ron Taddeo 
Vice-President - Tracy Boykin 
Treasurer - Michelle Montpetit 
Secretary - Catherine Aleman 

MSU Reps - Chris Hampson 
Trevor Nelson 
Eric Appelgren (alt.) 
Eric Roselli (alt.) 
Social Chairs - Laura Schroeder 

Walt Stanwood 
Gia Viscardi 
CSL Reps - Maria Camarda 
Lance Carroll 



Epilogue 179 




Tickle-Me Elmo, Editor-in-Chief 




Jen Moore, Co-Editor; 

Michael Lambesis, Dean of Fun 

& Yearbook Advisor; 

Ron Taddeo, Co-Editor 



1997 CADUCEUS STAFF 




Front Row (I. to r.): Jen Moore, Ron Taddeo Back Row (I. to r.): Joanna 
Santiesteban, Theresa Moore, Sally Tan, Liz Rochowicz, Kenny Mok 



We hope you have enjoyed the 1997 edition of the Caduceus. Many long hours of 
designing page layouts, cropping pictures and staring into computer screens have 
resulted in the book you have before you. Completing this monumental project 
would not have been possible without the time and effort of our yearbook staff and 
Ron's wife, Stephanie. We also wish to thank Dean Michael Lambesis for his dedica- 
tion to the yearbook and for his patience and understanding when we fell "a little" 
behind schedule. Thanks also to the Dean of Students secretaries (especially Gina, 
who became a permanent fixture on our answering machines), to Wyckof f Studios 
for the senior portraits and to Mary Powers and everyone at Walsworth Publishing. 

Finally, and most importantly, we wish to thank the Class of 1 997 for the memories 
of the last four years. We hope this book helps you to remember your days at Stritch 
for many years to come. 

Congratulations and Best Wishes, 
Jen and Ron 



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