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LOYOLA 







CADUCEUS 

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History of the Stritch School of Medicine 




Loyola University Chicago was founded in 1870 and moved from Chicago's west side to what is now the Lake Shore 
Campus in 1909. Recognizing the need for a strong medical school, Loyola affiliated itself with Illinois Medical College in 1909 
and with Bennet and Reliance Medical Colleges the following year. In 1915, the control of this loose organization was passed to 
the University trustees and became die Loyola University School of Medicine. 

A home for Loyola's medical school was chosen in 1917 with the purchase of the old Chicago College of Medicine and 
Surgery building on South Wolcott Avenue across the street from Cook County Hospital. Loyola's efforts to improve its medical 
school facilities were limited by a lack of funds until the 1940's when Samuel Cardinal 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 medical 
school building. Several sites were considered 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 Center in 1981. In 1986 a new nine story building, 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 Center opened in September 1994 and was renamed the Cardinal Bernardin Cancer Center 
in 1996 in honor of the late Joseph Cardinal Bernardin who received his medical care at Loyola. 



2 History 




The Stritch School of Medicine proudly opened a brand new Medical Education building on August 1, 1997 and the new 
inter for Health and Fitness in December 1997. The continuous growth and improvement of the Loyola University Medical 
inter has resulted in the fulfillment of Samuel Cardinal Stritch's vision: the creation of a major medical center that is ever- 
anging to better serve the needs of the community. 




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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. 
resident & CEO, Loyola University Medical Center 



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



Administration 17 





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



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





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



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



18 Admiistration 





Sandra Brehm 
Administrator, Student Affairs 



LaDonna Norstrom, M. Ed. 
Assistant Dean, Admissions 






James Whitehead, M.S. 
Dean of Campus Life & Assistant to the President 



Michael Lambesis, M. Ed. 
Assistant Dean of Campus Life 



Administration 19 




Helene Orloff— Director 
Jeanine Oczkowski & Bob Johnson 
Office of Registration and Records 




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





Donna Sobie 
Director, Office of Financial Aid 



Class of 1998 
Senior Year Officers 



20 Administration 




Toni Birch & Phyllis Curran 
Dean of Campus Life Office 



Campus Ministry 




CONGRATULATIONS 
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CLASS OF 
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Cathleen B. Ayuste 




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Christopher Barry 



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Tanya Benenson 




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Amy Bonifas 




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Medical science should stop 
coming out with new disor- 
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of disorders, say, carpal 
tunnel syndrome, which 
nobody ever heard of before 
and which actually sounds 
like a fish disease, but which 
suddendly afflicts one out of 
every six Americans. 

Dave Barry 



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Madelyn Bonner- Wodtke 



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Jennifer L. Buhrke 




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Karina Carlson 



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Michael Carr 




Mark Catherall 




Class of 1998 49 



Vidya Challapalli 




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Scott Chapman 




Class of 1998 53 



Katherine Cleveland 




What is to come we know not. But we know 
That what has been was good... 
Let the great winds their worst and wildest blow 
Or the gold weather round us mellow slow; 
We have fulfilled ourselves, and we can dare 
And we can conquer, though we may not share 
In the rich quiet of the afterglow 
What is to come. 

William Ernest Henly 



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Seniors 



Gianmichel Corrado 




Class of 1998 53 



Timothy Cotts 




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Thad Cuasay 




Class of 1998 55 



Jonathan Curry 




56 Seniors 



David DeHart 



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Daniel Forde Dilling 




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Cesar Egoavil 




Class of 1998 59 



Jennifer Ellens 



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Agnes Emerle 




Class of 1998 61 



Keith Eppich 




62 Seniors 



Christine Erickson 




Class of 1998 63 



Amaryllis Gil 




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Winifred Gresens 




66 Seniors 



Thomas S. Halligan 




Class of 1998 67 



Darin Harnisch 




68 Seniors 



Matthew W. Harrison 




Class of 1998 69 



Pamela Joy Hodul 




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Karin L. Hoeg 




Class of 1998 71 



Neeru Jayanthi 




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David A. Jeffery 




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Laura Jones 




76 Seniors 



David E. Kaczor 




Class of 1998 77 



Sean R. Kaer 




78 Seniors 



Lauriann T. Kellner 



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Nina Khazen 





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Adam LaBore 




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Karole A. Lakota 




To all my family and friends 
without whom none of this would 
have been possible. 
I wholeheartedly thank you! 

-Love. Karole 

Class of 1998 85 



Matthew P. Leischner 




86 Seniors 



Erich Lussnig 




Class of 1998 87 



Elaine Maldonado 




88 Seniors 



Imrana Malik 




Class of 1998 89 



Lauren Malinzak 





90 Seniors 



Beth Mascio 




Class of 1998 91 



Scott Matthews 




92 Senior 



James McCarthy 








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Class of 1998 93 



Julita McPherson 




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Lisa M. Montelpasse 








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Marc E. Munoz 




9 6 Seniors 



Lisa C. Naczki 




"The bond that links 
your true family is not 
one of blood, but of 
respect and joy in each 
other's life." 

-Richard Bach 
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M. Elizabeth Nemickas 




9 8 Seniors 



Jeffrey S. Nugent 



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Brian D. O'Rourke 



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Jerome W. Oakey 




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Kathryn M. Oberhauser-Klingberg 




102 Seniors 



Hites Patel 




Class of 1998 103 



Marny Benjamin Podiak 





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104 Seniors 



Ranjana Prasad 



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David W. Pruitt 




106 Seniors 



Tonia Reinys 




verybody needs beauty as well as bread, 
aces to play in and pray in, 
Where nature may heal and cheer 
tnd give strength to body and soul alike. 

—John Muir 



Class of 1998 107 



Michael Reyes 




108 Seniors 



Paul S. Riske 




Class of 1998 109 



James L. Rudolph 




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Joseph P. Russo 




Class of 1998 111 



Gregory A. Scherle 




1 1 2 Seniors 



Tina L. Schmehr 




Class of I 998 1 1 3 



Julie M. Schroeder 




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If you think you're beaten, you are. 
If you think you dare not, you don't. 
If you'd like to win, but think you can't 
it's almost a cinch you won't. 

If you think you'll lose, you're lost. 
For out in the world we find, 
success begins with a person's faith. 
It's all in the state of mind. 

Life's battles don't always go 
to the stronger or faster hand. 
They go to the one who trusts in God 
and always thinks. "I Can." 





1 1 4 Seniors 



Timothy G. Schuster 




Class of 1998 115 



Edward Ross Schwarz 




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May I be the doctor and the medicine 
And may I be the nurse 
For all the sick beings in the world 
Until everyone is healed. 

May a rain of food and drink descend 

To clear away the pain of thirst and hunger 

And during the aeon of famine 

May I myself change into food and drink. 

May I become an inexhaustible treasure 
for those who are poor and destitute; 
May I turn into all things they could need 
And may these be placed close beside them. 



Shantideva, a guide to the 

BODHISATTVA - S WAY OF LIFE 



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Christopher R. Sforzo 




Class of 1998 117 



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Michele Sproviero 




122 Seniors 



Julie Lynn Sullivan 





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"A little Consideration, 
a little thought for Others, 
makes all the difference." 

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"If anybody wants to 
clap," said Eeyore, 
"now is the time to do it." 

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Class of 1998 123 



Matthew T. Talarico 




124 Seniors 



Chad Tattini 




Class of 1998 125 



Alissa M. Theis 



At home in H.B. 




Michelle L. Thomas 




Class of 1098 127 



Michael Totaro 




128 Seniors 



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Class of 1998 135 



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136 Seniors 



Scott Wottrich 




Class of 1998 137 



W. Cameron Wright 




138 Seniors 



Andrew Yu 




Class of 1998 139 






Charles Dinerman 



Jennifer Ellh 



Michael Fitzgerald 






Timothy Fricker 



Craig Harms 



Jocelyn Healy 




Molly Honegger 
140 Seniors 




Steve Klafeta 




Carole Lin 






Robert O'Brien 



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Dana Paquette 





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James Murphy 
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Teresa Thomas 



Edward Seall 



Rayan Shaoulian 



Class of 1998 141 



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142 Seniors 



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Class of 1998 143 




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First Year 




Our beautiful lecture hall facility 



Michelle looks on as Tonia demonstrates an 
anatomical relationship in small-group. 




146 First Year 




After breezing through 15 histo 
slides, Ted kicks back to catch up on 
the daily sporting news. 



First-year intramural "A" team. 



Elaine, Matt, Darin, Neeru and Sean try to 
ook professional in their new white eoats. 



Fledgling medieal students as they appear, 
unscathed, during Orientation Week. 




Dancing fools— Big Bro'/Big Sis' talent show. "Gonna keep 
on, keep on, keep on dancin' all through the night..." 



What is missing here? Answer: Partially clad/semi-nude 
first-year students changing into Anatomy garb. 

1994-1995 147 



Michigan Ski Trip, 1995. "Four slobs in a tub": 
Darin, Dave, Greg and Charlie relax after a tough 
day on the slopes. 




Everyday is Dave DeHart Appreciation Day. 



148 First Year 



Second Year 




Jamie looking pleased with his performance on a path exam. 



Dr. DeStefani and P-Dog small-group. What a handsome bunch 




Joy and Mo are glad to be in the 
second-year hallway. 



150 Second Year 




Students eager to master ausculation make 
use of their newly purchased stethoscopes. 
Greg listens for neck bruits using the 
diaphram. Thad attempts taking a blood 
pressure from the radial atery. 



Charlie enjoys a Saturday study session in the fishbowl. 



For your viewing pleasure: hemoglobin in 3-D 
as viewed through nifty glasses. 




1995-1996 151 



Post-Boards!!! 




Who wasn't smiling after two 
grueling days? Time to party. 



Two weeks until clerkships begin 



152 Second Year 



Third Year 




Joe and Nuge ready to retract 



Obstetrics Dream Team 




Dr. Lichtenberg and peds team at bedside 
for some auscultation rounds. 



Alissa catches up on her reading 



Amy in the clinic 



154 Third Year 




Cramming with Surgical Recall 





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Frustrated that nobody else will listen to him. 
Joe explains his assessment and plan to Ronald. 



Picnic rounds: Dr. Pickelman and his 
hungry piglets. 



1996-1997 155 



Late Nite at Loyola. 

Hites sleeping with OR shoe covers still on. 




Future radiologist Brian O'Rourke: 

"See, the arm bone is connected to the shoulder bone...' 



156 Third Year 



Fourth Year 




CCU! Hypotensive? Give'em a liter of saline 
and call me in the morning. 





Place: Hines ED. Time: 0300. 
CC: Diarrhea x6 months. 
Admit for four months. 
Good job, Scott! 



Working hard on Graphics. 
Break number five — 1 1:00 am. 
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in thirty minutes. 



158 Fourth Year 




Cesar awaits his Medicine interview by 
making some calls in Dr. Simpson's office. 



Torticollis Dave 




Scott and Allen on late afternoon Neuro 
rounds with Dr. Gruener. 

Dave shows how stress-free the residency 
application can be through the new ERAS 
system. Just don't lose your disk! 



Lauren triple checks orders on all her patients in the HTU. 

1997-1998 159 



"I hate three things in life: Berwynites, 
Californians and Domers." 

-Dr. Shea 



"Who is this Alanis Morisette? She makes 
millions of dollars and she's never even been 
close to the portal vein." 

-Dr. Aranha, 
listening to Alanis during a Whipple 



"You may not be an honors student but you will 
always be an honorable man." 

-Dr. Leischner, 
speaking to Jerry Oakey. 



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

-Dr. Clancy 



"You should have two goals 
in life: one- have sex, two- 
keep your pH at 7.4." 
-Dr. Ing, 
on nephrology rounds 



Top Ten Quotes 

Overheard 

at Loyola 



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

-Dr. Cooper 



"Look at the fourth years, people much stupider 
than you have passed this class." 

-Dr. Pickleman. 
during third year surgery orientation 



"Nice Green Lawn." 

-Dr. Davis, 
refering to drugs that increase 
HDL levels 



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

-Dr. Shea 



"A lesion to the amygdala will cause a cat to 
have sex with a rooster." 

-Dr. Neafsy 



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MATCH DAY 



March 18, 1998 




;nnifer Allen 


Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital, NC 


Family Practice 


athleen Ayuste 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Physical Med/Rehab/Peds 


ebecca Barbato 


Loyola University Medical Center, EL 


Pediatrics 


hristopher Barry 


University of Iowa Hospital/Clinics, IA 


Neurosurgery 


anya Benenson 


Lenox Hill Hospital, NY 


Internal Medicine 


enta Berggruen 


University of Arizona Affiliated Hosp., AZ 


Diagnostic Radiology 


ilie Bevan 


UCLA-San Fernando Valley, CA 


Internal Medicine 


[ichael Biondi 


National Naval Medical Center, MD 


Transitional 


orey Black 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Internal Medicine 


ebra Bockhorn 


Indiana University School of Medicine, IN 


Pediatrics 


.my Bonifas 


Univ. of Minnesota Medical School, MN 


Family Practice 


mnifer Buhrke 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Medicine/Pediatrics 


.eith Burgard 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Internal Medicine 


hristian Canzoniero 


Wright Patterson Air Force Base, OH 


Pediatrics 


rent Carlson 


Univ. of Missouri-Kansas City, MO 


Emergency Medicine 


len Carlson 


Univ. of Minnesota Medical School, MN 


Medicine/Pediatrics 


.arina Carlson 


Children's Mercy Hospital, MO 


Pediatrics 


[ichael Carr 


National Naval Medical Center, MD 


Pediatrics 


[ark Catherall 


Wright Patterson Air Force Base, OH 


Internal Medicine 


idya Challapalli 


University of Chicago Hospital, IL 


Anesthesiology 


cott Chapman 


Loyola University Medical Center, EL 


General Surgery 


.atherine Cleveland 


Medical College of WI Affiliated Hosp, WI 


Obstetric s/Gy necology 


rianmichel Corrado 


University of Chicago Hospital, IL 


Emergency Medicine 


imothy Cotts 


Univ. of Michigan Hosp- Ann Arbor, MI 


Medicine/Pediatrics . 


inel Crawford 


Kaiser Permanente-Santa Clara, CA 


Obstetrics/Gynecology 


anathan Curry 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Pathology < 



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David DeHart 


LaCrosse-Mayo, WI 


Family Practice 


Daniel Dilling 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Internal Medicine 


Charles Dinerman 


Univ. of CA-San Diego Medical Center, CA 


General Surgery 


Cesar Egoavil 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Internal Medicine 


Jennifer Ellens 


West Suburban Hospital, IL 


Family Practice 


Jennifer Ellis 


Riverside Methodist, OH 


Family Practice 


Agnes Emerle 


Mt. Sinai Hospital Medical Center, IL 


Pediatrics 


Keith Eppich 


Phoenix Baptist Hospital, AZ 


Family Practice 


Christine Erickson 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Internal Medicine 


Michael Fitzgerald 


MacNeal Hospital, IL 


Family Practice 


Timothy Flicker 


Univ. of OK Corn-Oklahoma City, OK 


Pediatrics 


Amaryllis Gil 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Internal Medicine 


Amie Gonthier 


St. Elizabeth's Medical Center, MA 


Internal Medicine 


Winifred Gresens 


University of Chicago Hospitals, IL 


Internal Medicine 


Mary Lou Gutierrez 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Psychiatry 


Thomas Halligan 


Ventura County Medical Center, CA 


Family Practice 


Craig Harms 


Offutt Air Force Base-Omaha, NE 


Family Practice 


Darin Harnisch 


Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Med. Ctr., IL 


Medicine/Pediatrics 


Matthew Harrison 


Indiana University School of Medicine, IN 


Internal Medicine 


Jocelyn Healy 


Stonybrook Teaching Hospitals, NY 


Pediatrics 


Pamela Hodul 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


General Surgery 


Karin Hoeg 


U ofWIHosp/Clinics,WI 


Diagnostic Radiology 


Sharon Holness 


Mt. Sinai Hospital Medical Center, IL 


Pediatrics 


Molly Honegger 


Beth Israel Medical Center, NY 


Diagnostic Radiology 


Neeru Jayanthi 


Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Med. Ctr., IL 


Family Practice 




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David Jeffery 


Oregon Health Sciences University, OR 


Psychiatry 


Jewel Johl 


U of CA-Davis Medical Center Sacramento, CA 


Internal Medicine 


Charles Johnson 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Pediatrics 


Laura Jones 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Internal Medicine 


David Kaczor 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Pediatrics 


Sean Kaer 


MacNeal Hospital, IL 


Family Practice 


Lauriann Kellner 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Pediatrics 


Nadine Kelly 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Pathology 


Joseph Kim 


University Hospital Inc./Cincinnati, OH 


General Surgery 


Steven Klafeta 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Neurosurgery 


Kathryn Klingberg 


University of Minnesota Medical School, MN 


Family Practice 


Eric Kuhns 


Hinsdale Hospital, IL 


Family Practice 


Adam LaBore 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Internal Medicine-P 


Karole Lakota 


West Suburban Hospital, IL 


Family Practice 


Ann Marie Larson 


Cook County Hospital, IL 


Pediatrics 


Penny Larson 


Madigan Army Medical Center, WA 


Obstetrics/Gynecology 


Matthew Leischner 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Medicine/Pediatrics 


Carole Lin 


UCLA Medical Center, CA 


Anesthesiology 


Erich Lussnig 


Vanderbilt University Med., TN 


Diagnostic Radiology 


Elaine Maldonado 


Texas Tech University-Lubbock, TX 


Pediatrics 


Imrana Malik 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Internal Medicine 


Lauren Malinzak 


William Beaumont Hospital, MI 


General Surgery 


Beth Mascio 


Christ Hospital and Medical Center, IL 


Emergency Medicine 


Scott Matthews 


Kaiser Permanente-Santa Clara, CA 


Internal Medicine 







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James McCarthy 


University of Chicago Hospital, IL 


Emergency Medicine 


Julita McPherson 


Loyola University Medical Center/Provident, IL 


Family Practice 


Lisa Montelpasse 


West Suburban Hospital, IL 


Family Practice 


Marc Munoz 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Internal Medicine 


James Murphy 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


General Surgery-P 


Lisa Naczki 


Bowman Gray/NC Baptist, NC 


Family Practice 


Susan Nettleton 


East Tennessee State Univ. -Johnson City, TN 


Family Practice 


Jeffrey Nugent 


Wilford Hall Med. Ctr.-Lackland AFB, TX 


Internal Medicine 


Robert O'Brien 


McGaw Medical Center-NW University, IL 


Psychiatry 


Brian O'Rourke 


University of Chicago Hospital, IL 


Diagnostic Radiology 


Jerome Oakey 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Orthopedics 


Dana Paquette 


University of Connecticut, CT 


Internal Medicine-P 


Hites Patel 


UCLA Medical Center, CA 


Emergency Medicine 


Marny Podiak 


University of Minnesota Medical School, MN 


Medicine/Pediatrics 


Ranjana Prasad 


University of Illinois-Chicago College of Med, IL 


Internal Medicine 


David Pruitt 


University Hospital Inc,/Cincinnati, OH 


Peds/Physical Med/Rehab 


Tonia Reinys 


Alameda County Medical Center, CA 


Emergency Medicine 


Michael Reyes 


University of Massachusetts Programs, MA 


Family Practice 


Paul Riske 


Loyola/Hines VA Hospital, IL 


Ophthalmology 


James Rudolph 


Brown University Internal Medicine Residency, RI 


Internal Medicine 


Joseph Russo 


St. Barnabas Medical Center, NJ 


Diagnostic Radiology 


Gregory Scherle 


MacNeal Hospital, IL 


Family Practice 


Tina Schmehr 


Indiana University School of Medicine, IN 


Internal Medicine 


Julie Schroeder 


Quad Cities Genesis, IA 


Family Practice 


Timothy Schuster 


University of Michigan Hospitals-Ann Arbor, MI 


Urology 




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Edward Schwarz 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Internal Medicine 


Edward Seall 


Resurrection Medical Center, IL 


Emergency Medicine 


Christopher Sforzo 


Univ. of Florida Program-Shands Hospital, FL 


Orthopedics 


?.ayan Shaoulian 


USC-LA County, CA 


Neurology 


vlaureen Sheehan 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


General Surgery 


fames Simon 


Brooke Army Medical Center, TX 


Internal Medicine 


Andrew Smith 


Fairview Health System, OH 


General Surgery 


(ill Sobolewski 


Resurrection Medical Center, IL 


Family Practice 


Vlichele Sproviero 


McGaw Medical Center-NW University, IL 


Anesthesiology 


(ulie Sullivan 


University of Chicago Hospitals, IL 


Medicine/Pediatrics 


Vlatthew Talarico 


West Suburban Hospital, IL 


Family Practice 


Chad Tattini 


Rhode Island Hospital/Brown University, RI 


Plastic Surgery 


Alissa Theis 


Kaiser Permanente-Fontana, CA 


Family Practice 


vlichelle Thomas 


University of Maryland Medical Center, MD 


Obstetrics/Gynecology 


Teresa Thomas 


Lutheran General Hospital, IL 


Obstetrics/Gynecology 


vlichael Totaro 


Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital, NC 


Family Practice 


Kevin Tu 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Orthopedics 


Chris Udovich 


LaGrange Memorial Hospital, IL 


Family Practice 


^lina Wasyliw 


McGaw Medical Center-NW University. IL 


Internal Medicine 


lulia Weisenberger 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


General Surgery ! 


Scott Welsh 


MSU-Kalamazoo Center, MI 


Orthopedics 


Derek West 


McGaw Medical Center-NW University, IL 


Diagnostic Radiology 


Stephanie Whitko 


Georgetown University Hospital, DC 


Internal Medicine 


David Wilhelm 


Univ. of Texas-SW Medical School Program, TX 


Urology 


Allen Williams 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Internal Medicine 


Scott Wottrich 


Emory University SOM, GA 


Diagnostic Radiology 


W. Cameron Wright 


Univ. of Florida HSC-Jacksonville. FL 


Diagnostic Radiology 


Andrew Yu 


Loyola University Medical Center, IL 


Internal Medicine 



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Doctor Tanya Benenson 

at the age of four- 
She hasn't changed much, 
and her parents are 
as proud oj her as ever 




We are so proud of your accomplish- 
ments but most of all we are proud of 
who you are... a compassionate, caring 
person. May your future be filled with 
happiness, success and love. 

Mom, Dave and Amy 



Michael C. 
Biondiy M.D. 



JE NN IFER BU H R KE 



May God be with you 
and keep you in His hands, 



With love and pride 

Dad, Mom, Nick, Paul and Carolyn 
June 13, 1! 




Love, 



Dad, Mom, and Joel 



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KARINA AND BRENT 

YOU BOTH DID IT ON YOUR OWN, 

AND ALONG THE WAY YOU FOUND 

EACH OTHER 

VOW THERE ARE TWO DRS. CARLSON! 




CONGRATULATIONS 

WITH LOVE FROM YOUR PARENTS 

RICHARD AND MARIAN STABLES 

AND 

RICHARD AND GAIL CARLSON 






Congratulations 

Graduate! 

We are very proud of you ! 




Love, 



The Fam. 




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CONGRA TULA TIONS 
MIKE If CARR 

19T98 
WITH LOVE & PRIDE 
WE CELEBRATE WITH 
YOU! 








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Here's to you 

Scott Christopher Chapman, 
M.D. 

Love, 

Catherine, Mom, Laura, 

Grandma and Grandpa 



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TO: 

GIANMICHEL DAVID CORRADO 



'Con 1' ammo che vince ogni battaglia." 

Dante, The Inferno 



FROM YOUR FAMILY, 
WITH LOVE AND ADMIRATION 




Jennifer Anne Watters Ellis 

Class of 1998 

Dear Jenny, 

5 lb 6 oz "bundle of joy" 
5' 4" of boundless energy 

Jenny, you are and always have been a delight to your 
family. We are all proud of you for the beautiful 
person you've become, and of course, for your won- 
derful accomplishments. You carry on the medical 
legacy of those who have come before you - your 
Great Great Grandfather Metzger, your Grandfather 
Colwell, your Uncle Miles, and of course, your Father. 
The medical profession will be enriched by your 
knowledge, compassion, and wonderful spirit. You 
will definitely leave the world better than you found it. 
Our love and support go to you and Jim as you com- 
plete your training and begin your careers. 
Congratulations! 

Love, 
Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 



CHRISTINE 



(i.e., DR. ERICKSON) 



We are very proud of you. 



Love, 
Mom, Dad & Lauri 



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"Set me as a seal upon your heart, as a seal upon your 
arm; for love is strong as death, passion fierce as the 
grave. Its flashes are flashes of fire, a raging flame." 

Song of Songs 8:6 




Amaryllis, you now bear this seal. We know that 

you have always been blessed with the passion of 

your calling. We wish you everlasting grace to 

temper your gift with true wisdom, compassion and 

gentleness. 

Your parents, 
Jose Gil & Sonia Santos 




"YES!" 

A goal is reached and ecstasy reigns- 

Another Milestone: 

DR. MATTHEW W. 
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Congratulations ! 

We are so proud. 

Love, Mom and Dad 




Congratulations P.J. 

Remember when you 

practiced all your medical 

skills on Baby Beans, your 

family, and the dog. Back 

then your chlildhood 

patients never complained 

about the gritty candy pills, 

cold stethoscope, and 

overzealous injections. 

Although it took a lot of hard work, dedication, 

and courage through the years, your commitment 

to loving and caring for others has made that little 

girl playing doctor to her doll into today's reality. 

May your life continue to be an incredible journey. 

You have always been a blessing to us. May you 
continue to share the blessings of your healing 
hands and loving heart with others. 

Love always. 
Mom and Dad 



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Congratulations Laura! 

We are going to "Hairfaven Park" for some 

'Turkey Fried Chicken" to celebrate your 

graduation. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 



SONNET NUMBER I 
In the fall when the wind blows in the eve 
Of a fading autumn day. I like to 
Turn my thoughts to hopes, in throes are 
deceived 

Hopes shattered, hollow like an owl's 
"WHO." 

Life is a journey, at birth a mountain. 
A mountain unclimbed defies the child's 
faith 

With a goal, the paramount to attain. 
But who, in nature 's course, can defy 
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Crushing the innocence of life unlived; 
Life unmolded. new as the morning star; 
Leaving dreams in the mind, there but a 
mar. 

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O'er my faith, hopes, and dreams, a life 
unlived. 

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HONORS ENGLISH IV 
JRD HOUR 



CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR SON & BROTHER, ADAM 
JOSEPH LA BORE, AT THIS SPECIAL TIME IN YOUR LIFE. 
WE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN SO PROUD OF YOU! 
LOVE.. .DAD & MOM, SHANNON, LAUREN, JENNY & SAM, 
JONATHAN, JOSHUA, NATHAN, BETHANY, CARRIE & 
JEFF, KELLY JO, SARAH JO, AMY & SHAWN, MICHAEL, 
ANDREW, MATTHEW, PETER, SARA & DALE, RACHEL 
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Faith, determination, goodness- 
Reflections of your soul 

A nobler profession 

You could not have chosen— 

The compassionate care of others 

You have brought us great joy. 

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CONGRATULATIONS 
DOCTOR ERICH LUSSNIG 

and the rest of the 1 998 Loyola University 
striteh school of Medicine Graduating class!'.'. 



'what do I want in a doctor? Perhaj's more than anything 
else— a friend with special Knowledge." 
-John steinheck 

We wish you all a lifetime of 
Happiness, Fulfillment & Success 



love, 



Mom, Dad & Month. 
{The Liissni/is) 




Beth- you have always made us proud. We love 
you! 




Marc Edward Munoz, 
M.D. 



Congratulations! We are truly 

proud of you. Another milestone, 

another chapter. Good luck and 

God bless you always! 



Dad, Mom, Marion, Scott and 
Marcel 




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To: Hites 

It's nice to hear of your success. 

To see what you've achieved. 

You made it happen all because 

you worked hard and believed. 

You are everything we could 

have 

ever asked for in a son... and 



Congratulations 

Love always, 

Mom, Dad & Gopi 




DR. JOSEPH P. 
RUSSO 



"Cream always rises to the top' 



Dad 




Our "Doc" Eddie 

We are proud of you! 

Love 

Mom, Dad, Tina, Marc & Beth 



Congratulations! 7 

Dear Jill, 

As you graduate from medical school, join me in 
remembering your words from your high school valedic- 
torian speech: 

"My fellow classmates, we leave here today to 
challenge this world which we have opened for our- 
selves. We are our own individuals, anxious to make 
choices right for us. Doors are opening. We need to 
take chances and make decisions. " 

We all give you our love and support as you 
move on to residency, where you will take up new 
challenges and make more choices. We know that the 
patients you care for will always be at the core of those 
choices. 

Love from us all, 
Mom, Dad, Eric, Amy, Dan, Jordan and Schnapps 





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CONGRA TULA TIONS 



JULIE LYNN 

SULLIVAN, 

M.D. 



CHERISH TODAY 
YESTERDA Y WAS BUT A DREAM 
TOMORROW A VISION OF HOPE 

WE ARE ALL PROUD OF YOU AND 

APPRECIATE ALL THE JOY AND LOVE 

YOU HAVE GIVEN US. 

WE WISH YOU HAPPINESS ALWAYS 

LOVE, 
MOM, DAD, KATHLEEN, AND PAPA 




WE BELIEVE THE CHILDREN ARE OUR FUTURE. 

TEACH THEM WELL AND LET THEM LEAD THE 

WAY. 

All of your family is very proud 
of you!!!! 
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Take time to work, it is the price of success. 

Take time to think, it is the source of power. 

Take time to play, it is the secret to perpetual youth. 

Take time to read, it is the foundation of wisdom. 

Take time to be friendly, it is the road to happiness. 

Take time to love and be loved, it is the privilege of God. 

Take time to share, life is too short to be selfish. 

Take time to laugh, laughter is the music of the soul. 

Congratulations and may God be with you in your continuing 

education. 

Love, Mom, Dad and Shannon 





Michelle, 

You've seen the mountain and climbed it all the way to 
the top! Savor this moment! Glory in the well-earned 
recognition for all your hard work! Know that your future 
will be bright because you're an exceptional person. The 
world needs all the talents and compassion you have to 
offer. 
Congratulations! 

Love, 
Mom, Dad & Angela 



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Congratulations Julie! 

We're so proud of you. 

You're "FINISHED LITTLE" and on your way. 

Our warmest wishes for a bright and happy 

future. 

Love, 
Mom & Dad 



To our dear Andrew: 

A joyous occasion graduation is indeed 

Years of hard work paid off handsomely, 

All of us wish you the best 

When you're put to the test, 

In all your future endeavors 

Reality will deal you few favors, Knowing you have what it 

takes 

To heal and comfort as your training dictates, 

To serve your fellow men 

In good conscience and with compassionate intent. 

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1998 Caduceus Staff 




In your hands is the final product of hours with the computer and photo 
cropper. We overcame hell, high water, (and gremlins who "deleted 
one-third of the book from the hard drive two days before the deadline) 
to bring you this 1998 Caduceus. 

We wish to thank Phyllis and Toni in the Office of Campus Life for all 
their help in making this book possible. A huge thank-you also goes 
out to Mike Lambesis for being our advisor, soothing our panic, and 
keeping us honest by screening all the photos and text for obscenities. 
We couldn't have done this without you. 



Finally, to our classmates: we hope you enjoy this volume of the Caduceus for many years to come. 
Thank you for being our colleagues and friends-without you there would be no memories to fill these 
pages. Be proud of all you have accomplished. We were guinea pigs for the very first "PBL", we got 
half-naked in the hospital basement to change for anatomy, and we're old enough to know what an 
"MDL" is. Despite being the class in limbo when we outgrew the old school and didn't quite fit in to 
the new, we stuck together, got what we came here for, and maybe even learned some medicine along 
the way. We hope you will remember your experiences here fondly. 




Best of luck and many blessings: 








1 76 Yearbook Editors