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EXECUTIVE OFFICE 

3rd Floor Admissions Buildli 
P.O. Box 981 I 

Delaware Valley College 
Doylestown, PA 18901 



EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 



Darryl M. Fosbropk 




The Cornucopia is published 
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Seniors 

Senior Memories 
Advertisements 
Parent Patrons 



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Student Life 



K) Divider for Student 
Life 

13 Parents Day 

14 Homecoming 
Campus Life 
Fall Activities 

24 Halloween 
36 Intramurals 

33 Christmas and Winter 

34 Winter Activities 
38 Winter and Spring 
40 Spring Activities 



44 Philadelphia Flower 

Show 

45 Sophomore and Junior 

Dinner Dance 

46 Senior Dinner Dance 
48 Founder's Day 

50 Superstars 

53 A-Day 

56 Cornucopia Staff 

Picture 
58 Club Pictures 



Parent's Day 



Parent's Day is a time when family and friends get together to enjoy the many 
events that make the day a memorable one. 






Homecoming _ 



The Homecoming 1982 events start- 
ed on Friday night with a pep rally. 
Bruno helped to make the rally a spe- 
cial one with his lively spirit that really 
got the crowd jumping. The highpoint 
of the evening occurred when Janice 
Saluski of the Floral Society was 
crowned the 1983 Homecoming Queen. 

After the rally a late night float and 
spirit car building ended with all anx- 
iously awaiting the parade. Saturday 
morning found many lining the streets 
of Doylestown to see the parade, lead 
by Grand Marshall Joe Pellegrino of 
channel 10 News. At the game he re- 
crowned Janice as Homecoming 
Queen and presented her with a bo- 
quet, of roses. Block and Bridle won 
the float competition and Floral Soci- 
ety won the Spirit car competition. A 
great time was had by all! 







Campus Life 

The windows are always open to the 
many activities that campus life of- 
fers. There are movies, dances, con- 
certs, and other special events. Dorm 
life provides the campus people with a 
home and many friends and events 
that help to make college life a memo- 
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Saturday, September II, 1982 is a date that will go down in D.V.C. history. On 
this day, 300 members of Administration, Trustees, Faculty, Students. Alumni, 
Parents. Guests, and the News media gathered in the field behind Alumni house 
for the groundbreaking ceremony for the new student center. Dr. Wolf served 
as master of ceremonies. Speakers for the day included Dr. Feldstein. Dr. 
Shapiro. Mr. Scanlon-Pa. Secretary of Education, Mr. Tasker, and H. Bruce 
Hellerick. The ceremony officially began construction on this much needed 
campus addition. The new center will be dedicated and officially opened in the 
fall of 1983. 




Blood Donating 




Halloween 




Intramural Football And Volleyball 




IMS Floor Hockey 




Intramural Softball 





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Christmas Open House 



Mash Parties 





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Senior Dinner Dance 




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48 Founders Day 




Founders Day 1983 was Sunday April 
24. It is the day set aside by the college 
to honor the founder of our college Dr. 
Krauskopf, but also to recognize the 
outstanding efforts and accomplish- 
ments of our students. 




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A-Day 





A-Day is a fun time for the entire 
family. It provides a host of special 
outdoor activities as well as indoor 
events for an enjoyable weekend. This 
year's students did an outstanding job 
in making the weekend fantastic. 

Each year at A-Day all of the clubs 
are represented with a senior girl as 
their A-Day Queen nominee. This 
years winner was Kathy Dell who re- 
presented the Dairy Society. Con- 
gratulations to all who participated 
and to everyone involved in the A-Day 
weekend activities. 



53/A-Day 



There is a small group of students who are 
dedicated to covering the whole year of events 
at DVC and then composing the Cornucopia. 
The staff is comprised of students who take 
the photos, write the copy, create the layouts, 
and handle the business. The making of the 
yearbook is a challenge and those who make 
the year happen are to be congratulated. 







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Darryl Fosbrook Editor in Chief. Nick Gebel Copy Editor. Mark Miller Photography Editor 

Cornucopia Staff 



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Carl Vivaldi. Nick Gebel, Rich Blauvelt, Jim Romano. Darryl Fosbrook. Jane Smealie, Mark Miller. Carol Spahr 




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Agronom} Ctub 

Polly fcck. kieran Halpin. kevin Stout. Nancy Balanchuck. Greg Boglioli. Sam Juliano. Tammy Michna. hred 

Jones. Bill Bamka. Jackie Tchan. Ted Haberland. Steve Harrison. Jerry Hershberger. 



Agronomy 
Club 



The Agronomy Club consists of indi- 
viduals interested in agronomic ideas, 
who seek a blend of educational and 
recreational activities to complement 
their college life. Activities include 
participation in A-Day and Homecom- 
ing, a hall Feast, a day trip in the Fall, a 
two-day trip In the Srping and and the 
year end banquet. Fund raisers consist 
of raising and selling sunflowers and 
Indian corn, along with selling fire- 
wood, having raffles and having an 
Faster Flower Sale. 



Soil Judging 
Team 





Dairy Judging Team 

Dr. James Harner. Russell Jacques, Richard Hoskins, George Wicker- 
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Dairy Society 



The Dairy Society of DVC is de- 
signed to create an active interest and 
paticipation in dairy science. The club 
holds various activities throughout the 
year in addition to the milkshake 
booth during A-Day and building a 
float for homecoming. The society also 
holds an annual trip in the spring of 
each year which always leaves special 
memories with everyone. 



Dairy Judging 
Team 



Dairy Society 

George Wickersham, Richard Hoskins, Jeff Voll. Dan Carr, Lance Foster, Martha Geh- 
ringer. Bob Verrinder, Tim Zaber. Ken Zanzalari, Bill Osborn. Leslie Patane, Valerie Prasse. 
Tim Bowman, Dan Deturk. 




The Equestrian Team exists un- 
der the direction of the Animal Hus- 
bandry dept.. Its advisor being Dr. 
F. Hofsaess. The team competes in 
approximately 10 shows each aca- 
demic year and endevors to orga- 
nize and stimulate interest in inter- 
collegiate horseshows through 
showing and by organizing their 
own show each year. There are ap- 
proximately yo actively competing 
members. The team captains are 
Pat McKeown and Claire Horning. 
The team coach is Mrs. Susan Clark 
of Milestone Farm. 



Equine Club 



Equestrian Team 



Equetlrian Team 

Karen Butcher. Nancy Brake, Eva Brunt, Donna Lomhardi, Michelle Smrth kathy Gil 



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The Block & Bridle Club is on of the 
largest and most active on campus. 
The club is an animal science club with 
our main emphasis based on sheep, 
cattle and hogs. The club holds picnics, 
ham sales and shows all three species 
on A-Day. Speakers, trips, and a ban- 
quet are a part of our program along 
with livestock judging contests and 
along with good times. Our member- 
ship is open to anyone who has an In- 
terest in livestock. 



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Live Stock Judging Team 




H-H 



Martha Geringher, Marian Eck. Karen Rosenberg, Tracy Bennett,. 



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HoyI Emmons. Carolyn Falkowski. Frank Alloco. Chuck Wilson, Lance 
Foster. Kurt Alstede, Peter Savaryn. Greg Boglioli. 



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Apiary Society 



Gail Kelleher. Sue Kulp. Martha Gehringer. Mike Jaskolka. Brenda Givler, Tracy 
Bennett, Lisa Demeter. 



Food Industry Club 



Greg Gerner. Lisa Pekala. Jean Stump, Carol Kresock, Marian Eck. John Coakley. Dr. 
Palumbo. 



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The A-Day Committee is a group of 
students interested in organizing and 
activly participating in the successful 
planning of the A-Day festivites. Stu- 
dents begin working on this project in 
Sept. and continue the night up to and 
through the weekend making sure an 
enjoyable time is had by all. 




A-Day 
Committee 



Biology 
Club 





Alpha Phi 
Omega 

Alpha Phi Omega is a National Ser- 
vice Fraternity with over 475 chapters 
in the U.S. Our chapter (Sigma Nu) It 
directly involved in running the used 
bookstore and having a pizza booth at 
A-Day. The Fraternity sponsers nu- 
merous service projects and social 
events. All Students are welcomed to 
join the brotherhood. 



Alphj Phi Omegi 

Jim Romano. Glenn Cheetam. Vicky Searight, Greg Gerner. Cindy Priluker. Richard Blauvelt. Ed 

Wengryn. Pan FeldJiein. Ted Zellner. Dennis Bobenrieth. 



Christian 
Fellowship 






Business Club 



In vestment Club 

Paul Knowles, Robert O'Conner, Tim Barnstead. Brian Sudano (Pres.)- Daryl Larceri, 
Bill MIddleton. Rick FInkel. Bill Pickel. Calbert Rupp, John Barton. Pat Lake. Jim 
Neville. Dan Schwalm. George DImitrew. Larry Thompson. 



Investment Club 

The major objective of the D.V.C. Investment Club is to 
provide members with practical and theoretical knowledge 
of the investment market. The objective is accomplished 
through the instructions of speakers, trips to the market 
place, and involvement in the stockmarket via the club's own 
mutual fund. The club also participates in the homecoming 
parade, A-Day festivities, and a banquet is planned at the 
end of each year. This club is for the individual who is 
interested in learning about an important aspect of every- 
one's existence in the U.S. and would like to be involved 
directly, the Investment Club can provide the answers. 




The Business Club participated in many 
activities this yeari The homecoming pa- 
rade, A-Day, career conference, and fund 
raisers. For the first time we went on a 
trip to New York City with the Investing 
Club. The club's officers for this year are: 

Pres.-Gary Myers 

Vice Pres.-Tim Pillon 

Sec-Cornelia Prundeanu 

Treas.-Randy Miller 




florjl Society 

Jim Romano (Pres). Jean Cirolti, Leslie Blatt. Paul Caruos. Robert Wect. Mike Hoke. Jeff Montagnoli. 
Carol Spahr. Mike Schimpl. Darryl Fosbrook, Marion Myhre. Ed Wengryn. Richard Blauvelt. Gerald 
Wilmer 



Floral Society 




Ornamental Horticulture Society 

Bngetle Norcross. Wanda Perugini. Mike Hoke. Walt Perry. Carol Spahr. Jeff 
Montagnoli. Jerry Robbins. Jim Romano. Maryellen Tyson. Mr. Cowhig. Ed 
Wengryn. Richard Blauvelt. Leslie Blatt. Paul Caruso. Marion Myhre. Allan 
Hamann. Joe Kentos. Ralph Wahl. Gerald Witmer. Jean Cirotti. 



The Floral Society is composed of a 
small group of students dedicated to in- 
volving themselves in projects related to 
the area of floriculture. The club is open 
to any student who shares this interest. 
An active organization, the Floral Society 
sponsers workshops, projects and events, 
such as pumpkin painting, a Christmas 
Open House and fresh flower workshops, 
as well as many other floricultural activi- 
ties. A wide variety of guest speakers, 
demostrations and short trips allow mem- 
bers to closely follow current trends and 
expand their knowledge in all areas of 
floriculture. Money-making activities, 
such as plant sales, florist work and inte- 
rior decoration, allow us to support our 
many club functions as well as to provide 
services to the college and community. 



ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE 
SOCIETY 

The Ornamental Horticulture Society 
has catered to the largest major at DVC 
for many years. Since OH is a double ma- 
jor, the club offers activities related to 
both landscaping and floriculture. 

During the year, OH Society has 
planned many workshops and speakers in 
numerous areaS: terrariums, pumpkins, 
and wreaths in workshops and Japanese 
gardens, solar works, and interiorscaping 
in lectures. 

The OH Society has also been responsi- 
ble for some major landscaping projects 
on campus. The most recent ones are lo- 
cated in front of the cafeteria and gym. 
Thanks to the officers and students for 
their help in all areas of club activities. 



O.H. Society 



Ram Pages 




Ram Pages 

Jeff Montagnoli, Lisa Merklein, Bud Hulshizer. Craig Wasserkrug. Jamie Beck, Paul 
Caruso, Leslie Blatt, Jerry Robbins, Allen Downing, Martha Gehringer. 




Gleaner 

Mary Ellen Tyson, Cindy Jack, Dan Schwalm, Wanda Peru- 
gini, Paul Luccia, Dennis McLaughlin, Linda Hahn. 



Gleaner 



BASIC eOTTANY 











Student Government 



Commuter Representatives 





Senior Class 
Officers 



Junior Class Officers 



Sophomore Class Officers 





Landscape 

Nursery 

Club 




The Tropical Fish Club provides an opportunity to breed and maintain tropical fish 
and hydrophytic plants. Experimentation is currently being done with water chemis- 
try, feeding techniques, and fish breeding. The club has formed an alliance with major 
equipment manufacturers, chemical laboratories, and professional breeders, thus 
keeping up with all aspects of the hobby. Meetings and field trips are bimonthly. 
Visitors are encouraged to visit the club room located in Lasker Hall basement. 



The purpose of the adventure club is 
to promote interest, knowledge and 
safety in a variety of outdoor activi- 
ties such aS) canoeing, camping, moun- 
taineering, day hiking and spelunking. 



Horticulture Society 



Tropical Fish Club 



Adventure Club 







Lab Animal Club 



The DELAWARE VALLEY COLLEGE CHESS CLUB works to 
promote the game of chess within the college community 
through personal instruction, chess tournaments and com- 
puter chess tournaments and computer chess games. Our 
club is affiliated with the UNITED STATES CHESS FEDER- 
ATION. 



Chess Club 



Model R/R Club 



Model Railroad Club 

Paul Kisly. Boomer. John Ricciardi, Joe Kentos (Pres.). Doug Bereczki. Bill 

Roehrich. Nancy Kosper. Will Dagostln. 





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Drama Club 

The DVC Drama Club. Better known 
as the DVC Players was reestablished 
this year under the direction of David 
Harris, club advisor. The club was quite 
active putting on two excellent pro- 
ductions. In the upcoming season the 
club expects to be even busier as their 
repertoire grows. 



Drama Club 

Susan Creclum. Sue Hall. Greg Wolek, Jeffrey Montagnoll, Ellen Schaefer. 
Dave Harris. Carolyn Brodhag. Lisa Merldin, Paul Caruso. Kim Worthington. 
Bruce Hunsiker, L.S. Bullock. 




VISIONS 
OF GLORY 



SPORTS 



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Basketball 


divider For Sports 1 
Cheerleaders 1 
Football 1 


03 
05 
08 


Women's Basketball 

Wrestling 

Men's Track 


Golf 1 


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Women's Track 


Women's Cross Country 1 
Baseball 1 


12 
14 


Men's Cross Country 
Soccer 


Softball 1 
Volleyball 


17 


Field Hockey 




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1983 Football Team 



Football 



This years Football team had another fine 
year with an eight win two loss season. The 
team played exceptionally well tieing with Ly- 
coming College for the MAC North title. With 
this years outstanding season behind them the 
Aggies are looking toward next season with the 
hopes of another fine year. 



FOOTBALL: 8-2 (6-1 MAC North, tied with 
Lycoming College) 



DVC 




OPP 


7 


Widener 


10 


33 


Albright 


7 


31 


Upsala 


7 


10 


Juniata 


12 


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Lycoming 


15 


33 


FDU-Madison 


7 


43 


Wilkes 





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Mansfield 


30 


14 


Moravian 


6 


9 


Susquehanna 


3 




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Golf 




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GOLF: (1-7) 



DVC 




OPP 


449 


Kings 


393 


468 


Moravian 


313 


468 


Scranton 


405 


470 


FDU 


437 


470 


Ursinus 


438 


443 


Swarthmore 


444 


464 


Albright 


420 


464 


Muhlenberg 


441 








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This years golf team had high ex- 
pectations of teeing of to a great sea- 
son, but the weather this spring gave 
the team few chances to practice thus 
hindering a successful season. The Ag- 
gies will lose several key team mem- 
bers but with a host of returnees the 
Aggies will look for an improvement 
next year. 



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WOMEN'S CROSS-COUNTRY 






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Nth of 20 teams at 


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Valley 






Invitational 






DVC 








OPP 


24 


Kings 






35 


15 


Wilkes 






50 


15 


Widener 






49 


19 


Moravian 






43 


16 


Phila. Pharmacy 






47 


15 


Lycoming 






50 


16 


Scranton 






47 


34 


Drew 






37 


46 


Kutztown 






17 


19 


Allentown 






43 



lOth of 17 teams at MAC Championships 




Mens Baseball 






BASEBALL: (4-1-7) 




DVC 




OPP 


6 


Ursinus 


13 


7 


UrsJnus 


7 


3 


Swarthmore 


13 


5 


Drew 


3 


8 


Drew 


1 





Upsala 


2 


1 


Upsala 


9 


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Muhlenberg 


13 


6 


Scranton 


4 


3 


Scranton 


10 


5 


Moravian 


2 


7 


Moravian 


14 



I9S3 Baseball Team Bob McEvoy. Cosmo Losco. Pat Lake. Rich Dougherty. Joe Siegenluse. John Spevak. 
"Poc" Lut:. Gary kemberling. Clay Funk. Joe Cox. Tom O'Neill tmil Novak. Vance Peizel. Ed Chroscinski. 
Can Porter. Rodney Swinelord. Chris Peischl. John Messina. Brian Richardson. Pan Johnson. George Wajda. 
ken Gruver. Tracy Bennett (Scorekeeper). frank Wolfgang (Head Coach). Manny Stewart (Asst Coach). 
Joe Eerry lAsst. Coach). 



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1983 Softball Team Janice McNeill. Deb Brown. Michele Heffner. Marcia Werner. Chris VanArsdalen, MaryJo 
Bergbaur. Barb Klousze. Carol Serik, Robin Shoup, Denlse Yeager, Meg Sklllman. Ron Johnson (Coach), Amy 
Harrison, Sandy Yerkes. 







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DVC 




OPP 


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Penn State Ogontz 


12 


6 
8 


Upsala 
Widener 


1 
7 


12 


Allentown 


8 


5 
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Kings 
FDU 


1 
10 


7 


Moravian 


6 


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5 


Muhlenberg 
Scranton 



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VOLLEYBALL: 9-6 




D.V.C. 




OPP 


3 


King's 





2 


LJpsala 


3 





Albright 


5 


4 


ANC 


1 


2 


Cedar Crest 





4 


PSU 


2 


3 


FDU 


1 


2 


Muhlenberg 


3 





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Chris Jenson. Adam Citko. Tony Alves. Walt Wier. Craig Colbourne. Bob C. Mike Kacergis, Coach 
Lombardi, Coach Workiesier. Saul Bradley, Jim Leddy, Jay Nichols. Tim Barnstead. 



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MEN'S BASKETBALL: 9-16 


OPP 


130 


Neumann College 


54 


80 


Beaver College 


58 


85 


Wilkes College 


95 


70 


Elizabethtown College 


76 


58 


King's College 


59 


63 


FDU Madison 


80 


72 


Moravian (T) 


82 


80 


Alfred (T) 


61 


78 


Ursinus College 


74 


50 


Albright College 


71 


83 


Allentown College 


69 


50 


Muhlenburg College 


57 


53 


Susquehanna University 


55 


54 


Juniata College 


54 


56 


Moravian College 


69 


68 


Scranton University 


80 


78 


Wilkes College 


108 


67 


Scranton University 


96 


73 


Washington College 


86 


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FDU Madison 


75 


54 


Lycoming College 


72 


63 


King's College 


74 


66 


Drew University 
(forfeited by Drew) 


88 



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1983 Women> Baiketball Team 



Women's Basketball 



WOMEN'S BASKETBALL, 4-15 

D.V.C. OPP 

51 Elmira College (T) 69 

66 Anne Arundel (T) 51 

67 UrsJnus College 12 

67 Wilkes College 74 

68 Phila. Community College 44 
64 Drew Llniversity 70 
54 Lycoming College 75 
58 Allentown College 65 
56 Albright College 70 
66 Muhlenberg College 46 
53 Penn State Ogontz 63 

37 Widener University 63 
73 FDU Madison 45 
73 Gwynedd Mercy 79 

38 Scranton University 84 
70 Moravian College 79 
75 King's College 76 
62 Upsala College 81 
56 Cabrini College 60 








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WRESTLING: 16-0 



Ursinus 

Lasalle 

Delaware State 

Swarthmore 

Wilkes 

Kutztown 

Scranton 

Lycoming 

Messiah 

Susquehanna 

Gettysburg 

Widener 

King's 

Muhlenberg 

Moravian 

Elizabethtown 



OPP 

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10 



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108 Mens Track 



Womens Track 




1983 Womens Track Toacn Coach Vcllnor. Lea Vellner, Jeanne Cranney. Gail 
Keleher. kim Bradshaw. Kim Hack Chris ^^a2ler. Wendy Fields. Sue Kulp. Linda 
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Men's Cross 
Country 





Even with the loss of four senior lettermen from last year's 
team, the 1982 Edition of the DVC Men's Cross Country Team 
still turned in a credible performance. Led by Co-Captain Ed 
Kuri, '84, who was voted the Most Valuable Harrier Award, 
the Aggie thinclads registered 7 wins in 16 dual meets. 

The highlight for the Men's Team was their 8th place finish 
amongst the many teams entered in the MAC Championship 
Meet. Unlike the 82 team's 8th place finish which was due 
mainly to that team's placing two men amongst the top ten 
finishers, this year's team managed to place no one in the top 
ten, but it did place four men in the top 50. In the process, 
they were also able to defeat three of the teams that had 
beaten them during the regular dual meet season. 

Other letter winners in addition to Ed Kuri, were Senior 
Co-Captain Rich Weaver, Freshman Ken McDaid and Jeppe 
Christainsen, andSophomore Gary Kampmeyer. Also showing 
promise and scoring in a number of meets were Junior Scott 
Harrison, Sophomore Marty Kudlesky, and Freshman Tom 
Nelson. 



MENS CROSS COUNTRY (7-9) 



DVC 






21 


Wilkes 


OPP 


32 


Kings 


34 


20 


Misercordia 


25 


22 


Widener 


41 


36 


Moravian 


35 


37 


Albright 


22 


36 


Textile 


23 


20 


Phila. Pharmacy 


23 


37 


Swathmore 


43 


33 


Drexel 


21 


15 


Phila. Pharmacy 


24 


15 


Lycoming 


50 


30 


Scranton 


50 


34 


Susquehanna 


25 


47 


Kutztown 


23 


21 


Allentown 

LVC Invitational 14th place 
MAC'S 19th place 


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Scranton 


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Muhlenberg 
Widener 


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2 


9 


Beaver 


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Albright 

FDU-Madison 


4 

5 
5 





Ursinus 


3 


4 
3 


Kings 
Allentown 


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3 



Lycoming 
Drew 


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2 


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3 


Washington 
Wilkes 


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DVC 




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Albright 


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7 


Beaver 





3 


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5 


Moravian 


4 





Wilkes 


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Gwynedd Mercy 


2 





Drew 


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Widener 


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2 


Scranton 





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Lycoming 





3 


FDA-Madison 


1 


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Adminiftration 
Athletic Faculty 
Agronomy 
Business 

Animal Husbandry and 
Dairy Faculty 
Biology 
Chemistry 
Food Industry 
Horticulture 
Ornamental Horticulture 



ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY 



Administration 





Jean H. Work V Presidenl & Asst to the Prcsideni 



Joshua Feldslein President 




Arthur E. Wolf/V. President of ^lna^clal Affairs t Planning 



Wilietta oourley Asst. Sec. of the Corp. 




Joan Holt/Sec. & Office Aid of the President 





Mrs. Chrismer/Employee Benefits Counselor 





William P. Smith/Comptroller 





Mrs. Kieffer/Assistant Comptroller 




Mrs, Ackerman/Switchboard Operator 



123/Administration 




Karen Navarre/Asst. Director of 
Residence Life 



Q4/Administration 




Henry A. Sumner 



Theresa Z. Somerville 



125/Administration 




Judilh trmigloiti Assi. to Director of 
Student Counseling Services 6 Applied 
Programs 



Dolores Sangslon Asst. lo the Director of F^inancial Aid Mrs. Jennifer Powell Secretary to hnancial Aid 




Robert M. Sauer/Director of Financial Aid 



Josepfi E. Fulcoly Director of Student Counseling Services 6 Applied Programs 




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Craig Deacon/Admissions 
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Oskar Larsson/Registrar 



Dr. Boyd Ghering/Director of Computer Services 



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Beatrice Lynch/Chemistry Dept. Sec 



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Mrs. Stintsman, Mrs. Blake/Post Office 



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George Whitney/Superintendant Motor Vehicles 




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General Studies 




Richard Ziemer 



Dr. Peter Glick 





Les. f. Lombard! 





Joann Roberts 



Mr. Allworthy 



James O'Reilly 



Gordon Roberts 




Sally Smith 





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Edwin Lawrence 




Athletic Department 




Frank Wolfgang 



Robert Marshall 



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Coach Wilson 



Jack Foley 





Pr Julian Prundeanu 




Dr. William Palkovict 





Mr. Hepner 



Agronomy 

To The 1983 Graduating Class 

On behalf of the Agronomy Depart- 
ment, I am extending to you our sin- 
cerest congratulations! 

You have successfully completed 
four years of college work at Delaware 
Valley College and are about to enter a 
career in your chosen field. From now 
on you will be on your own, and how 
well you will succeed depends more 
than ever on you, and you alone. If past 
experience with our graduates is any 
indication, we do not have any doubts 
whatever that you will do well in your 
future endeavors and will carry the 
good name of our College in the high 
tradition of our Aggies. 

Again, best wishes and good luck to 
all of you from all of us in the Agron- 
omy Department. 

Julian Prudeanu 
Chairman 
Agronomy Department 



Mr. Claycomb 




Business Administration 




George F. West/Dept. Chairman 



To The Business Administration 
Class of 1983: 

Nothing is constant but change. The 
future holds many changes with which 
we all must cope. For the past four 
years you have been preparing your- 
selves for what is now to begin. Now 
the foundations of concepts and the- 
ories which you have learned will be 
put to use in business and industry. 
You have tried out much of your train- 
ing in the classroom) now you must 
engage the "real world". How you use 
the tools you have acquired makes the 
difference between progress for hu- 
mankind or a lack of advance, which 
none of us can afford. You do make the 
difference) it's your challenge and re- 
sponsibility. Good luckl 

Sincerely, 

George F. West 

Chairman 

Department of Business 

Administration 



Dr. Richard A. Lazarus 



Edward McCool 





Mr. Simone 



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Dr. John Plummer 



Pr. Paul Nicolaysen 





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Joel Markeveys 









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Dr. William H. Allison 



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Dr. Richard E. Mulstay 





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Chemistry 

To the Chemistry Graduates of 1983. 

Success m life is due to a combina- 
tion of factors. Motivation, concern 
for others, commitment to worthwhile 
goals, and confidence represent only 
part of the equation. Because success 
depends on you and your willingness 
to do something extra and to go the 
extra mile. The Chemistry Faculty and 
I are proud of your achievements and 
we congratulate you on the successful 
completion of this phase of your 
chemical education. May your future 
be a cornucopia overflowing with the 
fruits of your labors. 

Robert S. Orr 
Chairman 




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Dr Robert S. Orr 



Pr Charles Weber 



Dr. Richard Lugar 




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Dr. Joseph Sienson 



Dr. Edward Goldberg 



Dr. Michael B. Garrett 



Dr. Jesse Elson 




Food Industry 




George E. Turner 



William Lee Porter 



Richard M. Dommel 



Mary S. Palumbo 



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Horticulture 




To the Horticulture Class of 1983. 

On behalf of the Horticulture Facul- 
ty and Staff I extend sincere congratu- 
lations and best wishes to the Class of 
1983. We hope that your years at Dela- 
ware Valley College have been produc- 
tive and happy. It is our hope that you 
will reflect on your college years with 
fond memories and use your education 
to meet the opportunities and chal- 
lenges facing the Horticulture indus- 
try. 

I have found that sometimes it is 
better to be lucky than good. Together 
they are an unbeatable combination. I 
wish you both. Good Lucky! 

Sincerely, 

Dr. Neil J. Vincent 

Chairman 

Department of Horticulture 



Dr. Barbara Muse 



Dr. Ronald Muse 



Dr. Nell J. Vincent 




Dr. Thomas Cordrey 

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Dr. David Blumenfield 



Mrs. Sara Tatchell 





Ornamental 
Horticulture 



As I gaze into the pools of time. I see 
a vivid reflection of Delaware Valley 
College's Ornamental Horticulture pro- 
gram. Pleasant memories mingle with 
my excitement m anticipation of the 
future. Delaware Valley College Orna- 
mental Horticuture has always been 
synonymous with practical knowledge 
and professionalism and the class of 
1983 IS the latest standard bearer of 
this proud heritage. 

The future of Del Val Ornamental 
Horticulture can be as great or greater 
than Its past, and the future is already 
unfolding. New garden areas, a revital- 
ized campus landscape, a production 
nursery, an Ornamental Horticulture 
laboratory building, new courses and 
programs, and other exciting improve- 
ments are begining to crystallize into 
reality. You were. are. and will be part 
of this continuing evolution of the Col- 
lege and Ornamental Horticulture. The 
Class of 1983 is one of the finest this 
College has produced. You can be justi- 
fiably proud of your accomplishments. 

John D. Martin 

Chairman 

Ornamental Horticulture Dept. 




Dr. John Marnn 




David Benner 




Stephanie Soltis-Moss 




Dr. Daniel Seik 



144/Ornamental Horticulture Faculty 




Richard Cowhig 




Daniel Alexander 



145/Ornamental Horticulture Faculty 



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Divider For Underclass- 
men 

Freshmen 
Sophomores 
Juniors 



A GLANCE AT 
THE FUTURE 



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Biology Juniors 





REFLECTIONS 



Seniors 





WINDOWS 


160 


Divider For Senior* 


163 


Agronomy Seniors 


165 


Animal Husbandry 




Seniors 


169 


Biology Seniors 


173 


Business and Business 




Evening Seniors 


178 


Chemistry and Dairy 




Seniors 


179 


Dairy Seniors 


181 


Food Industry Seniors 


183 


Food Industry and 




Horticulture Seniors 


184 


Ornamental Horticulture 




Floriculture Seniors 


188 


Ornamental Horticulture 




Landscape Seniors 


193 


Artwork For Memories 


194 


Agronomy Memories 


196 


Animal Husbandry 




Memories 


199 


Biology Memories 


XX 


Business Memories 


XM 


Dairy Husbandry 




Memories 


205 


Dairy Husbandry and 




Food Industry 




Memories 


307 


Horticulture Memories 


306 


Ornamental Horticulture 




Floriculture Memories 


310 


Ornamental Horticulture 




Landscape Memories 


316 


Graduation 


330 


Parent Patrons 


333 


Advertisements 


333 


Editor's Message 




SETH BACON 



ROBERT BLAKE 



NANCY BULANCHUK ELLEN COURT 




Agronomy 







ERNEST T. HABERLAND KIERAN HALPIN 



STEVEN HARRISON 



RONALD HOOVER 



163/ Agronomy Seniors 





DAVID GARRITY 



MATTHEW GRAJEWSKI 



JAMES JOHNSON 



STEVEN JOHNSON 






EDWARD J. LAZOWSKI TAMMY MICHNA 





EUGENE PROSPERO 



163/ Agronomy Senior* 




VALIOLLAH VARGHA 



THEODORE ZELLNER 



Through Windows 



JOSEPH ZIMINSKY 



164/ Agronomy Seniors 



Animal Husbandry 




DOMINIC CENTONZE 



We Have Seen 



165/ Animal Hu<bandry Seniors 





LISA CRAIG 



HOYT EMMONS 





FRANCIS A. GOITZ SARAH GOVE 






The 
World 



KIM GREENLEE 



TRACY A. GUINTA DEBRA J. HAINES 





MARY CLAIRE HORNING 










BETH ANN JONES 



DONNA KRUPA 



STEVEN W. LEDOUX 



SUZANNE MASON 





RONALD MCCARTHY 







PATRICIA A. MCKEOWN KATHLEEN MCMAHON 



JACQUELINE MENTO 




EARNEST MEILY JR. 



STEVEN JAY PALLIS 



And What It Has To Offer. 



167/ Animal Hu«brandry Seniort 




STEPHEN TRIOL 



DENISE YEAGER 



We Have Seen 



168/ Animal Husbandry Senior* 




Biology 



LINDA A. BAKOS 



DENNIS BOBENRIETH 






DWIGHT BOHM 



DAVID BRIDGE 



JEFFREY BRIDI 



DAWN FITZPATRICK 





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KEVIN GIRONDA 



The Good Times 



169/ Biology Senior! 




LISA MARIE GRAHAM 



And 
The 




RANDOLPH A. HEFFNER CRISTINE L. HOLMQUIST 





DAVID MEISER 



DAVID MEYERS 



ALISON E. RODIN 





JAMES RUDNICKI 



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PETE ROMANO 



Tough Times. 






ROBERT V. SADOWSKI JANE SCHOEN 



LISA SCHORR 






DOLORES SCHUMAN 



SCOTT J. RUTH 



JOHN D. SIPLEY 




ERIC SOLON 




171/ Biology Senior< 



Windows 



Frame 



CATHY LOUISE WILLIAMS GREGORY WIMMER 




RAYCHEL STEIN 




WENDY S. WOOD 



Our World. 



173/ Biology Seniors 




DIANE BRADLEY 




SAUL BRADLEY JR. 




MARK DAUBER 





WILLIAM COLEMAN 




CHARLES DEANGLIS 




JEANNE CRANNEY 




CATHERINE DELL 




EDWARD CUNLIFFE 



Business 
Seniors 



In Eacii Window 



173/ Bu>ine» Senior! 




We 



PAUL KNOWLES 



Days 
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TIMOTHY DILLON 


GARY L. DILTZ 


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MORRIS FABIAN 





MARK KRAMER 




PATRICK LAKE 



174/ Butineff Senior< 





JOHN MCFADDEN 




GARY MYERS 



JAMES NEVILLE 



Hazy 
Pictures, 

A 
Collection 




Of 



Memories 



CARL NEBHUT III 



175/ BuiineM Senior* 





WILLIAM F. PEIFER ^^B ^^^^tm WILLIAM H. PICKEL 

CARL OHLINGER LOUIS J. PELLECHIA JR. 



In 
Every 

Pane. 




CORNELIA PRUNDEANU 




ZACHARY RIDDLE 



PAUL ERIC REYNOLDS 





JEFFREY ROBINSON ^ RICHARD SCHEICK 

SUSAN E. RUOFF 



176/ Business Seniors 




PATRICE SMITH 





KAREN WEEKS 



JON STEVER 





MARCIA A. WERNER 




BRIAN SUDANO 



LARRY N. THOMPSON ^^^^M^^^^^' MARGARET VITALE 

THOMAS TRUMBAUER 



And 
Through 

Windows 





STEVEN WEST 




We See Our Future. 



ROBERT H. WESTERVELT 
SR. 



I77/Busines8 Seniors 



Chemistry 



We Have Opened 






JOHN DOCALOVICH 




RICHARD HOLMES MICHAEL JASKOLKA MICHAEL KRIEBEL ROBERT PORAMBO 




TIMOTHY BOWMAN RUSSEL BURKETT DANIEL L. CARR RONALD CARTHY 



Dairy 



178/ Chemistry i Dairy Seniors 




WILLIAM CLAXTON 




The Windows 
Of Knowledge 




MARTHA GEHRINGER SUSAN HARTUNG 



EDWARD A. HERRMANN DANIEL HOPKINS 





RICHARD E. HOSKINS JR. GREGORY KIESS 



ALICE MARK 



CRAIG MLAKER 



Striving To 
Aciiieve A Goal. 



179/ Dairy Husbandry Senior* 




WILLIAM OSBORN 



LESLIE PATANE 



VALERIE PRASSE 





WILLIAM ROMBERGER TIMOTHY SABER 





R< 

But Sometimes In Our Quest 



GEORGE WICKERSHAM DOUGLAS C. WRIGHT KENNETH ZANZALARI 



180/ Dairy Husbandry Seniors 




Food Industry 



JEFFREY ATKINSON 






RICHARD B. DOUGHERTY 



JOHN J. COAKLEY MICHAEL CONNOLLY 





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GREGORY GERNER 



DONALD HEROLD 






MICHAEL LANDIS 



LISA PEKALA 




CAROL KRESOCK 



JEAN STUMP 



The Windows Were Broken 



181/ Food Industry Seniors 



Horticulture Seniors 







NANCY L. SWARTLEY DAVID VANDERSLICE JAMES ZEMBAS 



MICHAEL BELLETTI 




WHITNEY BLACKMON MARK BREAM 



RON CAMPBELL 






JOHN CASELLA 



JEFFREY CASSELL 



MARY COLDEN 



PAUL DODWAY 



182/ Food industry i Horticultural Seniors 




ROBERT HUDAK 



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RICHARD GATES 



MARCUS JONES 



GAIL KELEHER 







DONALD LITCHFIELD 



GARY MANOFF 



THERESA PEZZANO 



KAREN ROSENBERG 







GREGORY SMITH 



STUART SWAN 



HOWARD F. WARNER CLIFFORD WEINSTEIN 



And All That Remained 



183/ Horticulture Senior* 




Ornamental Horticulture 




RICHARD BLAUVELT HENRY BUKOWSKI 






LINDA BUSTO 



JEAN CIROTTI 



STEVEN CORCORAN THERESA DALTON 




LISA DEFEO 



KATHLEEN DYER 




184/ Ornamental Horticulture/Floriculture Seniors 



Were Shattered Dreams. 





DARRYL FOSBROOK 



THOMAS FOURNIER 








LYLE GARBER 



NICHOLAS GEBEL 



DONNA HALLMAN 



DAVID HAMILTON 




Floriculture 
Seniors 




KATHIANN HELD 



CYNTHIA JACK 



185 / Ornamental Horticulture / Floriculture Seniors 



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JAMES ROMANO 



186/ Ornamental Horticulture/ Floriculture Seniors 




PAMELA ROSENQUEST 




BEVERLY SOMERS 





GERALD WITMER 



VICTOR G. WOLEK 





KARREN WINDISH 




187/ Ornamental Horticulture/ 
Floriculture Seniors 



Landscaping 




MARY ANGEBRANDT 




CHRISTOPHER CAHILL 




GARY DEFELICE 



BERT CARR 



Seniors 




STEVEN DEIBLER 



But Dreanns, Like Windows 



188/ Ornamental Horticulture/ 
Landscaping Seniors 




189/ Ornamental Horticulture/ 
Landscaping Seniors 





STEVEN HANSEN 



LESLIE HERGENROTHER 




MICHAEL HOKE 




SHANE HOLDERER 



WARREN LEWIS 



PHILLIP LUCCARELLI 





SALLY MCCALL 




DAVID MCPHERSON 



Could Be 
Repaired 



190' Ornamental Horticulture/ 
Landscaping Seniors 






DOUGLAS MCROBERTS JOHN MENDOZZA 




MARK NANARTOWICZ 




EDWARD RASHBACH 



DAVID S. REEDER JR. 



CAROLYN RITTENHOUSE 



And 
Now 

Each 

Of Us 

Has 

Reached 
A 

Goal. 




LESLIE SCHEFFLER 




DANIEL SMITH 




But There Are Many 
Unopened Windows In Life, 



191/ Ornamental Horticulture/ 
Landscaping Senior! 





KEVIN SULLIVAN 



THOMAS TOMLINSON 





JEAN TOUTKOUSHIAN 



ELIZABETH TRIMBLE 



SUSAN WAGNER 



ELIZABETH C. WHEELER 





JILL WOJCIK 



JOHN ZIELINSKI 



Each With 

A New And 

Exciting 

Challange 

That Awaits 

Us. 



\91/ Ornamental Horticulture/ 
Landscaping Seniors 



Memories 



Are Aged 
Photographs 
Of Yesterday. 
Brief Glimpses 
Of Days Gone 
By. 





Hazy Pictures 
Faded With Time. 
A Tattered 
Collection Of 
Lingering 
Thoughts, 
Of Those Times 
So Special And 
Those You'll 
Never Forget. 



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Agronomy 
Memories 



BACON. SETH 

133 Terry's Plain Rd. 
Simsbury. CT 06070 

Alumnil What's your major again? 
Boomer, get me a beer. Ned much? The 
Elson brothers. Wenchi The real world; 
kegba? Road trips to Penville NJ. Dirti 
M.P.A.W? The Dungeon. Many thanks to 
Mom. Financial Aid. and B. + B. 

Block and Bridal. I.C.C. Representative. 

Soil Judging Team. Agronomy Club. IM 

Volleyball. 

BLAKE. ROBERT S. 
RP *9 Box 452 
Greensburg. PA 15601 

Thanks for everything Mom and Dadi 
Bucks NightSi Running down elderly vaga- 
bonds: Steve. Droopy. Steve. Beef. Slick. 
Billy. Greg. Wally. Brian. Stuart. Don; The 
V-2 experiance: The Buicki Ellenl love 
you. 

IM's Softball. Hockey § Bowling. 



BUIANCHUK. NANCY 
HA Norwood Ave. 
Norlhporl. NY IPSS 

Thanks Mom and Dad for everythingi Se 
gal Hall Gang; Notes in Economics; 
Eriendly's runs; The BramleyS; Soil Judg 
ing Meets; Rodeo Van; Out of sequence 
courses. 

Soil Judging Team, Agronomy Club 

(Treasure) 

ClOSSON. EDWARD W 
^eC North Mam St. 
L amber tville N J 08530 

COURT. ELLEN M. 
1170 Ocean Pkwy 
Brooklyn. NY 11330 

Thanks so very much Mom 6 Dad for all 
your love and understanding; My Bearl 
love you forever; Dawn-thanks for always 
being there; Wendy-lhanks for the fun. I 
love you both. Diane and Diana. Thanks 
for being friends 

Agronomy Club. Hon Orchard Crew 

"81" S "82". 

GARRITY. DAVID G. 
21 Linden Ave. 
Rutledoe. PA 19070 

GRAJEINSKI. MATTHEW M. 
RD #1 
Wernersville. PA 19565 

Thanks Mom and Dad and the rest of the 
family. 

HABERLAND. ERNST T. 
Eoxlease Farm 
Upperville. VA 22176 

What can I sayl Thanks to all those who 

made this possible. Mom and Dad. Lady 

Di. Ron. J.D.. Meian. and the Dairy Boys; 

Without you. this would not have been a 

picnici Mom. Dad. and D. Ich Liebe Dichll 

Agronomy Club (Vice President) Foot 

ball. Crop Garden Chief. Larry's Utility 

man, IM's Softball & Basketball. 

HALPIN. KIERAN 
5 Blair Rd. 
Kendall Park. NJ 08824 

Shoe chucking in Wolfsehn. 1/20/80. 
B.D.R.. Gigalo, College Porn Cartoons. 
MOT. Homecoming "80". elevated bed in 
Work 212. Thanks Mom for letting me go 
through with it. love ya. Terry, you light 



the way. you brighten up my day . . . ILYA 
Agronomy Club (Corresponding Secre 
tary 2 yr>. ) Social House 2 yr>.. Year 
book 3 yr<.. IM's Softball t Volleyball 

HARRISON. STEVEN D. 
RD #1. Bo\ XI 
Pitistown. NJ 08867 

Surrrre. Hey Mildred!. GatlingSi Pseudo 
Farmers; Wrestling in the hall; Geek; Ul- 
man picnic area; River runS; 10 24/81; 
8 X» 82; Middletown Grange Fair, GDSB. 
HIEW; Thanks Mom and Dad. 

Agronomy Club. Block and Bridle. IM's 
Basketball. Volleyball. Softball i Fool 
ball. 

HOOVER. RONALD J. 
RD. #1 Box 18 
Ration. PA 16668 

Thanks Mom and Dad for things unsaid. 
Cranking the Marantz. "Summer Lady". 
Berk Beach; Dairy boys; Jed: Here's to 
hogs. Ted: Green as always. Sabe: Keep 
hunting, you'll find one. Tracy: (My spe- 
cial lady) The best is yet to be. 

Agronomy Club (President '82 - '83) 
Football-2 yrs.. IM's Football. Softball. 
Volleyball. 

JOHNSON. JAMES A. 
735 Fairmount Rd. 
Riegelsville. PA 18077 

I thank God for helping me finish what I 
started four years agO; Mom. Dad and 
brother Jeff, thanks for being my person- 
al support; Dr. Prundeanu. if AGRONOMY 
does feed the world, then now's my 
chance to prove it. 

LARUE. JONATHAN S. 
Box 138. RD #2 
Newtown, PA 18940 

LAZOWSKI, EDWARD J. 
114 leeds Ter. 
Mount Laurel. NJ 08054 

MAZE. WALTER E. 
Drake Lane 
Trenton. NJ 08638 

MICHNA. TAMMY A. 
52 Highland Ave. 
Highland Park. NJ 08904 

Four years of great times and good 
friendships. Terry, Sue and my roomie 
Dolores- lt"s been greati Best of luck to 



-Agronomy Memories 



my commuter friends 6 K.H.i Best Bud- 
dies, Soil pits, URI, ND #1, Friendly's, 
Thanks Mom 6 Dad for making this possi- 
ble. 

Agronomy Club (A-Day Rep, Treasure, 
Vice-Pres.). Junior § Senior Secretary, 
IM's, Figi, Superstars. Soil Judging. 

NIEHLS, JONATHAN 
RD #X Box 56 
Barto. PA 19504 

Goodbye to all my friends, especially the 
dairy boys, Ted, Ron & Sabe, Good luck in 
what ever you do. Lets all keep in touch, 
Special thanks to Mom S Dad for everyth- 
ing, A-Day, Agronomy Club, Farm #3, 
Thanks to all and take care. 

Agronomy Club, Football, A-Day, IM 

Basketball. 

PROSPERO, EUGENE R. 

RD #\, Box 1456 
Columbia, NJ 07832 

To Mom 6 Dad, I give you my incessant 
appreciation. To my friends, thanks for 
sharing this momentary suspension with 
me, Cooke, Coneheads, Commuting, 
Don't forget to change your underwear. 
Dazed and confused, Whatsa matta for 
you? Blow yourself up. 
Frisbee I, II, III. 

REED, KAREN LYNNE 
773 Cowpath Rd. 
Telford. PA 18969 

It has been a great four years. Thank you 
Mom S Dad for the sacrifices you made. 
Thank you, Jesus, I never could have 
made it without you. I Cor. Q:9-I0. Finally 
retreated, "here, take these", I love you 
Christian Fellowship. 

Band, Soil Judging, Christian Fellowship 

ROSE, MARY ELLEN 
14 Beechwood PI. 
Massapequa Park, NY 11762 

"When you part from your friends, you 
grieve not. For that which you love most 
in him may be clearer in his absence, as 
the mountain to the climber is clearer 
from the plain" Thanks friends, especially 
dungen crew. 

Member Audubon Activists 

RYAN, JOSEPH O. 
RD #4, Box 175 
Troy. NY OI80 



SMITH. RICHARD A. 
IQ Monticiello Dr. 
Cinnaminson. NJ 08077 

STILLE. ROBERT E. 
43 Rolling Hills Dr. 
Holland. PA 18966 

SWEENEY. DANIEL J. 
820 Edgewood Rd. 
Yardley. PA 19067 

TEAHAN. JACQUELINE 
3821 Colonial Ct. 
Sea Ford. NY 11783 

Mom. Dad 6 Katie, thanks for the support. 
Best wishes to all, especially the off-cam- 
pus gang thats been like a family. Keep 
the party going. Have fun. All my best, 
"Crash the foreigner". 

URBAN. LESLIE J. 
41 Bemeade Rd. 
Rochester. NY 14617 

VARGHA, VALIOLIAH 
I Lisa Way 
Wayne. PA 19087 

WANIAK. JAMES 
1104 Plaza PI. 
Absecon. NJ 082a 

ZELLNER. THEODORE P. 
Box 617 
Dublin. PA 18917 

Thanks Dad. Dennis. Mary. Ruth. Susan 
and Wes, Without your moral support I 
never would have graduated. I will always 
rember working with Elmer and Bill on the 
Landscaping Crew. 



Alpha Phi Omega. Model Railroad Club. 
CIS Team. Bowling. 

ZIMINSKY. JOSEPH M. 
Westwood Dr. 
Mount Kisco, NY 10549 

ZIPKIN, ROBERT W. 
61 Cotswold Way 
Avon, CT 06001 




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Animal 

Husbandry 

Mennories 



HAll. TtKtS'\ CATHtKINl 
.OS Wilmor Rii 
Horsham. PA 19044 

Good Timesi Food friends i loo much 
coffeei Commuter rights and privledges. 
A Pay 

BARTON. JAMtS V. 
RP SI. Bov .191 
Oxford. NJ 0"863 

BAUtR. KARL I 
^60 Turnpike 
Pompion Plains. NJ 07444 

Special thanks to Mom. Pad i Todd (or 
their endless belief, support, guidence £ 
lo\.e throughout the years Thanks to all 
friends especially Karen f, Marian who 
pushed i fed me through the rough times 
and made the good times great. 

4-H (President). Wrestling. IM Football 

BULVIN. BERNAPETTE H. 
.r43 Skyline Pr 
Bensalem. PA 190X1 

Parking Lot parties; Randy » Linda. Bug 
man. Sludge Brain. Bahamas 83'. Chasing 
Chickens. NBI. In Cognilo. All nighters. 
Katy Kat; Thanks Andy for all your love t 
Support when I needed it most. Thanks 
Mom £ Pad. you made it all possible, 
fcquine Club. Equestrian Team 

BUSSELL. lASHON 
8 Peerfield Rd. 
Schwenksville. PA 19473 

To new friends. Esp. Teresai Pig wrestling 
in techniques, the young fe the restless; 
Seminars; Commuter Rights 6 Privledges. 

Equine Club. A-Pay (Horse Exhibit) 

Prawing Contest. 

BUTCHER, KAREN ELIZABETH 
Box 48 
Greendell. NJ 07839 

'80 Halloween parties at Colonial Greene. 
B & B all nighters. '82 Nationals; Horse 
showS; Awesome; Judging TripS; X-mas & 
summer Farm 3 crew; Patty. Shana. RA; 
K> 24 81; 8 20/82; silly beans. Middle 
town Grange Fair 1982; Thanks Mom and 




Pad for all you love IS support! 




Equestrain Team. Block & Bridle. RA. | 


RAEC. Livestock Judging Team. 




CENTONZE, DOMINIC 




8436 Jackson St. 




Phila.. PA 19136 




Pseudo Security. PVC Fisherman. 


Ulman 


third Pestruction. Work Riddling 


Farm 


#3 and Middletown Fair (Thanks 


Hoyt. 


Wang and Maryl) Thanks to alL 


Mom. 


Dad. Pwight. Punkhead. Mike K 


. Rob. 



Noose. Sam. L'>ave. Felondis Voure all ilu- 
GRFATLSTI Berk. #1 Love you all. 

f ish Club. Social House Rep.. Block and 
Bridle. 4 H. IM's Bowling. Softball. 
Hockey 

CLAWSON. 1 AURIN A. 
RD #2 Box 188 
Mill Hall. PA I77SI 

Thanks Mum and Paddy for the love and 
support To all my friends, good luck and 
God Bless, you were always there; Guys 
of Goldman #2; Pebrah Anne. Wendy. I'll 
love you forever Bubba> We're already 
therel. 

Cross Country. Martial Arts Club. Ad- 
venture Club. Dance Marathon. 

CLEMENS. MICHAEL K. 
1850 Tomlinson Rd. 
Hatfield. PA 19440 

Living at West Campus and throwing a 
Softball with Billy K inside the dorm; 
Then Billy hit the smoke detector which 
broughl out the police and the fire de 
partments 
Block t Bridle. IM's Football. Softball. 





CRAIG. LISA 


f 


3014 Bristol Rd. 




Warrington. PA 18976 


K 


tMMONS. HOYT F. 


258 South II th St. 


1 


Philadelphia. PA 19102 




GOITZ. FRANCES A. 




252 Auten Rd. 


x";. 


Somerville. NJ 08876 



Warm and Special thanks to Mom and 
Dad. I love you. also to Denise-a very 
special roommate (4 yrs) ND 216. "611". in- 
ches? popcorn. Livin with the Boss. Ver- 
mont? (Luv ya . . . Coakley. Samuel #1 
guys. Ulman Crew and GK sunriserum) 
Block t Bridle Club (Publications Com- 
mittee). Lab Animal Club (Secretary) 
Senior Livestock Judging Team. A-Day 
Judging & Showing. IM's Volleyball. 
Softball. Floorhockey. Superstars. 

GOVE. SARAH 

Point Pleasant. PA 18950 

Meeting my husband here in "75 "; And 
smelling bad after labs. 

GREEN. LIONEL L. 
7007 Mattians St. 
Philadelphia. PA 19128 

GREENLEE. KIM L. 
320 Birch Dr. 
Morrisville, PA 19067 



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Thanks to all for making my years at DVC 
happy and worthwhile. Cooke Hall gang! 
All my love and special thanks to Mom. 
Dad. Jackie and Ned-I couldn't have done 
it without your love and supporti 

IM's Volleyball, floor hockey. Softball 
for Flakey Flyers. A-Day Preparation. 

GUINTA. TRACY ANN 
Rt. 57. Box 67 
Stewartsville. NJ 08886 

Crestwoods. South Clinton. Trips to Jer- 
sey. Halloween, the Lake. 
Commuter Social House Rep. 

HECKEL. DAVID G. 
249 Landis Valley Rd. 
Lititz. PA 17543 

HOMESACK. STEPHEN L. 

26 Donna PI. 
Matawan. NJ 07747 

HORNING, MARY C. 
121 Ednor Rd. 
Sandy Spring. MD 20860 

JONES. BETH ANN 
Box 26 
Richburo. PA 18954 

Thanks mom and dad for your love and 
support. Thanks also to Bob. Doris and 
JoannCi Best wishes to everyonei Donna 
you're the best, without your friendship 
and support it wouldn't have been possi- 
ble. Thanks Rick for your tolerance. 

KOSINA, WILLIAM J. 

27 Pandora Dr. 
Brentwood, NY 17717 

KRUPA, DONNA MARIE 
266 N. Forest Dr. 
Nazareth, PA 18064 

Thanks Mom 6 Dad for your love, and 
support, especially Rick. "Love you" 
What would I ever do without you? Beth 
we made iti Cooke #2-, Chemistry disas- 
ters: R S C W/goldfish. Thanks to my 
special friends for all the good times. 
Good luck EdI 

Block & Bridle. Lab Animal Club. Circle 
K Club. AALAS, A-Day. IM's Volleyball. 
Hockey. Softball. Superstars. 

LEDOUX. STEVEN WAYNE 
80 Peckham Rd. 
Acushnet. MA 02743 

Farm #3 crews. Block & Bridle. Judging 
Team- Steve. Ron. Raab. Butch. Fran. 
Hoytleyi The good times. Good Friendsi 
Thanks to my family, especially Mom for 
her understanding, support 6 love. 
Thanks to R.G.. Uncle Fred and the An. 



Hus. Staff. 

Block 6 Bridle (Sr. Pres.) (Tres. Sof. 6 
Jr.). FFA. DTA. R.A. (Jr. S Sr.). Live- 
stock Judging Team. FFA (Vice Pres. 
Frs. & Sof.) RAEC. Farm #3 Crew. A- 
Day. A-Day Herdsman. 

LINKMEYER. PAUL J. 
646 Edmonds Ave. 
Drexel Hill. PA 19026 

MASON. SUZANNE M. 
5415 Houghton PI. 
Philadelphia. PA 19128 

Mom & Dad. Thank you for making all of 
this possiblei Thanks to all of my friends 
for the great times. Barness BabesI The 
Academyi Farm #3 crew for 3 years. A- 




Day great times. 

Block 6 Bridle. IM Volleyball. 

Mccarty, ronald jay 

106 Indian Dip Trail 
Medford. NJ 08055 

Nights at Getlings: Wrestling in the Halls. 
B 6 B Club, Homecoming Nights, Engage- 
ment "80". Judging Trips, Karen. Three 
Steves. Sharon, Hoyt. Fran. Roommate 
Steve 6 Karen. Ham Sales. Thanks to all in 
An. Hus. Dept. Thanks especially Mom S 
Dad. 

Block & Bridle (Pres-Jr. Tres-Sr ) AALHS. 
Livestock Judging. RA (Sof. & Jr.). IM's 
Basketball. Football. Hockey. Softball. 

McKEOWN. PATRICIA A. 
16 Corey Dr. 
Trenton. NJ 08628 



Dancing until 3 AM. then going to a horse 
show at 7 Am. Nationals, do you know 
that Mass. closes at 9 PM.? FRIENDS I've 
made. PEOPLE I won't forget; Chris, 
you're the best of all. Mom S Dad. I could 
not have done it without you both. I love 
you. 

Equestrian Team (Capt.). Equine Club. 

McMAHON. KATHLEEN 
25 Gateway Ave 
Iselm. NJ 08830 

So many memories and so many to thank 
for sharing them. L £ J thanks for making 
my last 2 years the best ever. Special love 
and thanks to my very special Mom S 
Dad. 

MEILY. EARNEST JR. 
138 Mountville Dr. 
Lebanon. PA 17042 

Thanks Sherri. Rebecca, Mom. Dad. 
Roommates. Gates Heck. Chest Ba. Doc. 
Bream. The usual. Good luck Aggies, Beat 
Widemer. 

Football (Sr. Capt). Weightlifting Club. 

IM Floor Hockey § Softball. 

MENTO. JACQUELINE A. 

214 Lionville Rd. 
Downingtown. PA 19335 

Loads. Buffustein. P.R., Stud, Plug, Munch- 
kin. MJF. Nelson. Tasker. Z. Maggie. Kon. 
Gimp. Raabit, Psuedo-landscaper Summer 
82'. Ragriculture, Bahamas, "That ain't 
Bad", GFTCing, S.O.M., I/I/8I, Rhizopus. 
(Toots. Hoyt-Roomates). Oliver. Grape 
Geekwear. Benuha/Fausty M.T.J.F.. Mom. 
Michelle. Mr. T..-Love. Gratitude. 
Band. Chorale. Student Gov't. Social 
House (Secretary). Womens Cross 
Country. Womens Track, R.A.. Year- 
book, Gleaner. Drill Team. Residence 
Life Committee. Co-Chairmen RAEC. 
Variety Show MC. Dance Marathon. A- 
Day Co-Chairmen. Band Homecoming 
Queen. Superstars. Eating Club. Super- 
stars. IM's Softball. Volleyball. Hockey. 

PALLIS. STEVEN J. 
RD #1. Box 129 
Damascus. PA 18415 

Samuel #1. Droopy. Slick -I- Bill (The 
Dump). Beef. Greg. Stewart. Wally. Brian 
+ Bob. Fran. Denise. John -I- Clint. 
NMTT. Risk. Samuel Fire. Beef's 180, Sum- 
mer 82', AALAS, May 3, Mary. Junior Din- 
ner Dance. Farmhouse. Farm #3, Dairy, 
Thanks Mom and Dad. 

Livestock Judging Team, Block 6 Bri- 
dle, IM's Hockey. Softball. Volleyball. 
Bowling. 

PERUSEK, DAWN K. 

215 Willeke St. 
Ada. Ohio 45810 



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What's Animal Husbandry? I quoss, or so 
methinl Character building. C.i.. re 
member when? Hoyt. KB.. Ron Ron. Raab. 
I.e.. Grace. L.G.. mspinng Pr. B.. Patricia 
we did itl Matthew, my best buddy. Jebb. 
Thanks Mom and Dad. 

Equestrian Team (captain 3 yrs) Lab 

Animal Club (V.P.) 

PROVENZANO. JAMIE 
36 California Ave. 
Mercerville. NJ 08619 

4 yrs. Berkowitz *3. Tracy and Kathy 
thanks lor building character. Mary. Peb 
prep. Sue. Fran. Penise. Hollywood. Trou- 
ble. Tim. Work "T". The Dump and the 
Pairy Boys. Fricndley's. Thanks Mom and 
DadCouldn't have done it without your 
love and support. 

Lab Animal Club. Block 6 Bridle Club. 

Dairy Society. R.A.. IM Softball. 

RAAB. SHARON LYNN 
1453 Turkey Trot Rd. 
Hartsville. PA 18974 

"Oh Baby". EOB's. Aquaintances. Boots. 
Grape-Geek wear. Late Night. Studying. 
Rhizopus. megas. Wenches. Oliver dress 
ups. Toots. "Other funky things". Gaze- 
bo. 10,1/83. Ken. "Jupiter Effect". "Send 
me for-get-me knots"! Seldom said but 
always present-Love 6 Thanks Mom & 
Dad. 

Band. A-Day Rep. Block 6 Bridle (Sec). 

FFA. Lab Animal Club (Executive Com- 



millee). Livestock Judging Team. 
Grand Champion livestock Showman 
83'. Band Hoiiu'coming Oueen. Super 
ttars. IM't Softball. Volleyball 

RUSS. SUSAN BETH 
RP #1. Aqueduct Rd 
Washington Crossing. PA 18977 

Much Thanks to Mom. Dad. Carol and Roy 
lor all their Lovel To PW. Thanks tor the 
rides Thanks to BB and PH (or their 
Iriendship. "I'll be in Segal Hall or the 
Libraryl" Farewell PVC. thanks tor the 
"Bs" 

PVC Band. Chorale, intercollegiate 

Chorus. 

SCHRfcTLEN. KATHY 
RD #3. Box 187 
Pittstown. NJ 08867 

Special thanks to all who believed in me. 
I'll always love you Bill. Class of 83 I/3II 
Barness Babes. Snafu. Vels Vandels 6 
Night Riders. Work #3 my homel Snow 
bird. Killingten. Smugglers with Bill. Love 
to Tami. Pam. Mare & Donna- You're the 
Best 

Cheerleading (4 yrs). Lab Animal Club. 

Ski Club. PTA (Treasure). M.N.F.. I's 

Softball t Floor Hockey. 

SEIBERT. KEVEN RANDELL 
3431 Laurel Rd. 
Reading. PA 19609 

All the different people I've met here. 
Farm #3 Crews, where I met my future 
wife. Deb. 17 Ledoux. Clint (The Docker). 
Bret. Trot. Most of all. Deb. Thanks to 
Mom 6 Dad for their love 6 support. 
B £ B. Varsity Football. EMO 

SKILL. CAROLYN MARIE 
lOt Root Rd. 
Brockport. NY 14430 

Love ya DocI - Always remember Symp. 
Hainsely & Ragu. Jimbo. Gary. Eileen-keep 
in touch. Kurtiepie- It's not the end of 3 
paths. But the "Y" to one. growing to- 
gether- Little things keeping love alive, so 
Love: Learn. Love and Live! 

Block and Bridle. Lab Animal Club. 

SOSIENSKI. EDWARD J. 
101 Elm St. 
Colonia, NJ 07067 

TRIOL. STEPHEN W. 
3161 Rush Rd. 
Abington. PA 19001 

Droopy. Shoat. Beef. Bob. Oz. Slick. Fran 6 
Denise. Le Beave. Hippie. Judging Team 
Members, Trips, and A-Day. A special 
thanks to all my friends and especially my 
parents. 



1 ivosiock Judging Team. Block and Hri 
die. IMs Softball and Hockey. 

WILSON. CHRISTOPHER H. 
3001 I aurel Rd. 
Havertown, PA 19083 

YEAGER. PENISE 
7 Owl Rd. 
Audubon. PA 19403 

love and thanks to Mom t Pad, Yaz for 
your love and Patience. Fran, best room- 
mate t sister 4 yrs Vermont What's his 
name? Hula at C -I- W Inn. peripheral. 
Stargell. I st keg. Bruce -t- Silver. To great 
times Samuel #1 and Ulman 

Softball. Volleyball. Block & Bridle. A- 
L">ay showing. Superstars, IM's Softball, 
volleyball 




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Biology 
Memories 



BAKOS. LINDA ADRIENNE 
302 Kie-Tro Drive 
Linwood. NJ C832I 

It's better to be vague than to be wrong. 
Miller Hilites, Adreinne. Rummy for Con- 
sequences, David J., 108 Crew. Trouble. 
Stoners, Coaches Huge J-Rod. Smitty Jo 
Hansen. Darts 6 Little Darts. GBOS. Pit. 
Shopping. ET, Killer Frisbee. Cooke 3nd. 
Family. Mom and Dad. Finis. 

Biology Club. Equestrian Team. WDVC. 

ICC Rep., Intramural Softball. 

BOBENRIETH. DENNIS C. 
363 Coldsprings Rd. 
Southampton. PA 18966 

Thank the Lord. Thanks Mom. Carol, Pau- 
line, Tim, Robert, Carl, Theresa, and Little 
Chris. Bless Cindy. Ted. Greg. Future 
times Scot, my creation, To all else fly 
and be free. Stretch your wing little chil- 
dren and grow, world be peace. 

APO, Chorale, Chess, Biology Club, API. 
IM Volleyball. CIS Team. A.D. 6 D. Soci- 
ety. Video Games Club. Bowling (SNA- 
FU). 

BOHM, DWIGHT A. 
50 Yorktown Drive 
Englishtown, NJ 07738 

BRIDGE. DAVID ANDREW 
130 N. Main St. Apt. 3 
Chalfont. PA 18914 

Many sincere thanks to the faculty of Del 
Val.. my friends, the Beer distributors of 
Doylestown. and especially to Mom and 
Dad. Great times were made possible by 
Cathy. Dawn. Dwight, Jim. John, Lisa. 
Pete, and Wendy. Please keep in touch. 
Bio. Club 

BRIDI. JEFFREY 

480 N. 2nd St. Apt. C 
Souderlon. PA 18964 

I transferred here just last year so my 
memories are limited. Mostly I will re- 
member all of the fine, friendly people I 
met here. 



FITZPATRICK. DAWN 
109 Roosevelt Ave. 
Carteret. NJ 07008 

SPECIAL THANKS-Mom. Dad $ Family for 
your love 6 supporti Gramps-wish U were 
here. Thanks for the fun. friendship. S a 
life time of memoriesi Ellen. Diane. Wen- 
dy. Pete. Jim. Dave, Dwight & John. I 
LOVE U ALL. 

Lab Animal Club (Vice pres.). Biology 

Club. Block & Bridle. 

FRAKES. LAUREN ELAINE 
17 Haws Lane 
Philadelphia. PA I9II8 

Love and special thanks to Neil for help- 
ing me through all the hectic college 
limes, from my first days at Penn State 
until my Del Val graduation. Lots of Love 
to my Grandmother. Aunts and my whole 
family, too. 
Chorale, Biology Club 

GRAHAM. LISA M. 
921 Delaware Avenue 
Lansdale, PA 19446 

HEFFNER, RANDOLPH A. 
16 Briar Road 
Lebanon, PA 17403 

Special thanks to Mom and Dad, The 
Profs, The Administration 6 Friendsi Re- 
member: BK, LB. KG, DW. PJ, SR, MB PS, 
SJ, JT, NBI, Grossingers 6 Student Gov- 
ernment, Bio Club, Wild Ponies. Home- 
coming, Taborization. 

Student Govt. (2 yrs.), Bio Club (pres. -I 

yr.). 

HOLMQUIST. CHRISTINE L. 
RD #2 Covered Bridge Rd. 
New Hope. PA 18938 

KIRKHAM. DAVID W. 
63 Woodland Rd. 
Ringwood, NJ 07456 

MEISER. DAVID 
14 Houston Rd. 
Yardley. PA 19067 

Thanks to Holly. Linda. Jim, Doug. Jan. 
Sandy and everyone else. Love you Mom 
and Dad OH Those Eco Trips and Comp. 
Anat Practicalsl The cold walk from the 
end parking lot to class and all times 
spent in the Library and Segal Halll 
Bio. Club. 



MEYERS. DAVID P. 
12 Berry Dr. 
Wayne. NJ 07470 

Thanks Mom and Dad for your love and 
unending support these past four fantas- 
tic years. Two years of great times and 
memories with a super roomiei Thanks 
Marty. Best of luck to all my friends. It's 
been great. Sail On ... . 

Lab Animal Club. Biology Club IM Vol- 
leyball. 

RODIN. ALISON E. 
30 Magnolia Ave. 
Denville, NJ 07834 

Thanks Mom & Dad, family and friends 
for love S support. After 4 years I finally 
made it. Hoorayl Hey Des keep looking as 
I will Brie cheese and all-nighters. My love 
to all. I'm on my way to living. 

Lab Animal Club. Biology Club, Equine 

Club, Equestrian Team. 

ROMANO. PETER JR. 
P.O. Box 34 
Swartswood. NJ 07877 

Thanks Doug for being such a good room- 
mate! The woodshead. Brothers, Work 
"T" parties "Look out below"! Long dis- 
tant phone calls. Road trips the gang - 
Dave. John. Dwight. Jim. Dawn and all 
those late nights cramming for comp 




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jiMt and Chrii my hall rooiiimaie I lo^o 
you all. Mod ol all ihankt Mom i Dail 
Bio. Club. Phoiography Club. 

RUPNICkl. JAMES 
iX* tasibrook. Lane 
Willingboro. NJ 08046 

Bud't Amoco. "Sad". "How Va' Making 
Out?". Hoolcrs. Hazard. Moosohead. 
Cloar Spring Grain. Chel Bolins. Inglish 
towno. Aardvarks. Pice. Woodshed. Ul 
man 3rd. Road Trips. "Everybody Wake 
Upi". Bridge. Romano. Bohm. Zenon. 
(■lask. Sco. falman. Nuse. (-ran » Denise. 
Donna & Chris. Tracy. Dominic "Mr 
Bass 

Biology Club. IM Floor Hockey. Softball. 

IM OKicial Volleyball. Boys Girls Floor 

Hockey. Softball 

RUTH. SCOTT J 
5"i Sheffield Drive 
Springfield. PA I90M 

SADOWSKI. ROBERT V. 
35 Beulah Rd, 
New Britian. PA 18901 

SCHOtN. JANE M. 
353 Trinity Place 
Hillside. NJ 07X^ 

SCHORR. LISA F, 

IC*9 Pebble Hill Road 

RD #3 

Doylestown. PA 18901 

SCHUMAN. DOLORES 
R D. »3 Box 256 
Honesdale. PA 18431 

Thanks Mom 6 Dad for all your love, sup 
port, i, Encouragement. Love to all my 
friends especially Sue. Terry. Tammy » 
Rick. To Ed. "special" love and thanks. 

Block & Bridle. Dairy Club. Biology Club. 

IM Figi. Superstars. 

SIPLEV. JOHN D. 
RD. #3 Box 53 
Blairstown. NJ 07825 

Special thanks to all my family. The Elson 
brothers live onl Four years with a 
SCHMEED. 611 speed unlimited, right 
Steve? Audi's never leave the road. Les in 
the orchard. Goldman 1st? Bio seniors — 
what a crew. 
Biology Club. 

SMITH, DEBBIE J. 
54 Fourth Avenue 
Haskell. NJ 074X) 



SOI ON. FRIC G 
38c'« Lamp Post Rd 
Camp Hill. PA 170(1 

STANIk. MARIA 
RR »l. Box 381 
Milford. PA 18337 

STUN. RAYCHEL L. 
1376 Laurel Lane 
Huntingdon Valley. PA 19006 

STUNMAN. RICKY L. 
103 Aspen Ave. 
Sinking Springs. PA 19608 

Thanks Mom and Dad for helping me 
through the past four years. Thanks 
Sherri for those special visits. Buffy and 
Hilde's hangout. Here's to Ray's Eagles 
and the famous "Wrists". Weekend trips 
home Four years will pay off. 

Cross Country. IM Basketball (3 yrs.). 

TENNEY. DANIEL J. 
3756 Lantern Lane 
Audubon. PA 19403 

Thanks to my parents for alt the good I've 
ever made. Thank you for love and sup 
port Fran Thanks to Jane. Bob. and Kevin 
for the friendship I found. "Laugh and say 
I'm green. I've seen things You've never 
seen " 

TURNER. HOLLY 
33 Rickbern St. 
Rye. NY 10580 

Special thanks and love to Mom and Dad 
lor making this all possible. And love to 
Don for all his support and for giving me 
hope for the future. 

WEAVER. RICHARD A. 
184 Rafkind Road 
Bloomingdale. NJ 07403 




Cross country. Frog Juice. Bugerking. 
Hay rides. Straight A's. Bunfords resur 
rection. Bare footin. 100 mile weeks. 
McD's. Penn State, almost. Rockchcster 
or bust. Chicago. Best men. wedding. 
WOW. Michigan. 10 k Bill. Alexa. Memo 
ries. sharing, caring, laughing, loving, 
chemical. Besiest Friend 

Cross country (Capt ), Track. Tropical 
Fish Club. Biology Club. Volleyball. Ram 
Pages. WDVC. Student Govt.. Herpe 
lology Club. 

WILLIAMS. CATHY LOUISE 
153 Forest Lakes Drive South 
Andover. NJ 07831 

Aggie Brat and her Aggie Bagi for two 
year's we beat security. My best friends 
Cathy. Sharon and all my Bio Buddies - 
what a group they are. November II. 1983 a 
very Special day. White Elephants and a 
fantastic Family. 

IM Softball. Volleyball. Floor hockey. 

Foster Parent for Orphaned Animals. 

Tutoring. 

WIMMER. GREGORY A. 
433 North 8th Street 
Perkasie. PA 18944 

WOOD. WENDY 
637 Wagner Road 
Lafayette Hill. PA 19444 

Friends-thanks for 4 fantastic years 
Dawn. Ellen. Diane. Kathy. Jim. Pete. 
Dave % Pwight. Carl-the best moments of 
my life ILY Mom, Dad, & family-Thanks 
for all your love 6 encouragementi Med 
School. 

Statistician-Football 4 yrs.. Biology 

Club, Lab Animal Club 



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Business 
Memories 



BARTON. JOHN M. 
Janes Chapel Road 
Oxford. NJ 07863 

BRADLEY. DIANE 
23 Neshaminy Dell Dr. 
Chalfont. PA 18914 

Hockey-'SO. '81. '82 (Capt.). Basketball- 
'79. '80. IM, Floor hockey '81. Softball- 
'80. '81. Bowling-'82. Business Club-'8I. 
'82. '80, Big Sisters. 

BRADLEY. SAUL JR. 

3249 W. Allegheny Ave. 
Philadelphia. PA 19132 

Thanks Mom, Dad. & Robyn for the sup- 
ported you've giving me. DVC has giving 
me the opportunity of meeting people 
from a variety of backgrounds. I'll re- 
member the good times at school, but it's 
now time for a new beginning. 

Varsity Basketball. Investment Club. 

RAP Club. 

CRANNEY. JEANNE 
50 Birchwood Drive 
Doylestown. PA 18901 

CRIGHTON. JAMES D. 

120 South Sandy Retreat Road 
Doylestown. PA 189a 

CUNLIFFE. EDWARD T. 
522 Tarrington Road 
Cherry Hill. NJ 08034 

DAUBER. MARK N, 
175 E. Oakland Ave. 
Doylestown. PA 18901 

To Mom & Dad with special love £ thanks 
for doing all the big & little things that got 
me through these past 3 yrs. Good luck 
Lou. Lou. & Bill. Keep in touch guys. 

DELL. CATHERINE A. 
RD. #1 Box 203 
Trumansburg. NY 14886 

Four memorable years with good friends - 
Sharon. Cathy. Barness cohorts. Miller 
Hall. Barness I. Student Store. Dairy Trips. 
The Dump. Cathy '. 

Band. IM Volleyball, floor hockey, soft- 
ball. BAS. Dairy Society. 

DILTZ. GARY C. 
245 E. Main St. 
Fleetwood. PA 19522 

To all the good times £ great times at 
DVC. Stod. Muskrat. Eddie Spaggettii. 
Cokes. F.L.I. Soccer will make it Bobby 
Whiteshoes - My Best to Mom S Dad. 
John % Sue. 



Soccer. Business Club. Softball. Basket- 
ball Volleyball. 

FABIAN. MORRIS GEORGE 
Cool Meadows Farm 
Pennington. NJ 08534 

Not without Mom 6 Dad; Thanks family^ 
No keg - No Final. Sameul. Work. Goldman 
2nd. The Mews. Kellys 21? That's what she 
said, ski '82 G.T.'s. Blackberry £ Wips. 
Loverboy. So let it be written so let it be 
done. 

B.A.S.. B 6 B. 

FINKEL. RICHARD 
6 Jagged Rock Rd. 
Parsippany. NJ 07054 

Samuel First and Second. Samuel Beach. 
"I'll drive if you pay for gas". Water Ba- 
loon fights at West. The original boys. I 
love My Truck. Tad Night. Little Joe. 
Crank it up LOUDER. My good friends. I 
still love Moel 

IM Bowling (JR.). Business Club (FR.). 

Investing Club (JR.. SR.). Adventure 

Club (SR.). Bingo Club (SOPH. JR.. SR). 

Hibachi Club (SOPH, JR., SR.). Hillel 

(JR., SR.). 

GIVAS. BILL 

27 Overhill Road 

East Brunswick. NJ 08816 

Thanks Mom. Dad £ Jo for all your love 
and support. EMO - (Dennis & Donna). Ed. 
Rich. Carl. Jeff. Bob. & Sal. Football on 
Saturdays. Last but not least "Kathy ". 
Love you all. 

Varsity Football. EMO. IM: Hockey. 

Basketball. Volleyball. Softball. Bowling. 





JENKINS. RAYMOND H. 
Route 22 
Copake Falls. NY 12517 

KNOWLES. PAUL E. 
135 Johanson Avenue 
Somerville. NJ 08876 

So long to the first West Campus Gang 
and Samuel Crowd. Thanks to all those 
who helped, especially Mom. Tad Night. 
Water Balloons and Bowling. '54 VW's. 
Little Joe. Firebirds, and Samuel Beach. 
IM Bowling. Business Club. Investing 
Club. IM Softball. Adventure Club. Hiba- 
chi Club. Homecoming Parade. Base- 
ball. 

KRAMER. MARK A. 
434 Pine Hill S.E. 
Minersville. PA 17954 

LAKE. PATRICK A. 
11853 Sewell Rd. 
Philadelphia. PA I9II6 

To a special friend "Eric. Little Earl. Pipe- 
line Reyn " All for one and one for all. 
4645. Kelleys Run, Ding & Dong. 'West 
Side Story"", "Stokes"". The B-Fers. Eric. 
Dave. Les. Nick. John. Cliff. Villanova. 
Snake Award. 

Baseball (4 yrs.). Football (4 yrs.). IM 

Bowling. RA. 

LARCERI. DARYL T. 
40 North Woods Lane 
Doylestown. PA 18901 

LYNN. LOUIS J. 
1019 Valley Road 
Warminster. PA 18974 

MATINAS. CATHERINE 
531 Hillcrest Ave. 
Morrisville. PA 19067 

I remember Ulman 3rd with B.C. and C.C. 
Tequila Sunrise, The ""Frickin" Ten", Rup- 



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tured Ducks. Friday Night Hockey 
Games. JImbo • My Steady Wedding 
Dale. Tony and the Doughnuts, Sharky 
and Dom painting "The Wall", US Floor 
Hockey Championship, H.S.O.B.III 
W.W.Y.B. 

Chorale. Field Hockey, Track Manager. 

IM Volleyball, Hockey, Softball. 

MCFADDEN. JOHN 
28 Rotterdam N. 
Holland, PA 18966 

Thanks Mom & Dad you're the best par 
ents a son could ever ask for. Annemarie 
for always being there. "I love you". Flor- 
ida. Wet T's. Rico. Doe. Moose. Dud. & 
Chipi Slay in touch! Soak Sudsl Kevin & 
Debbie. Good Luck! Four years. I make iti 
Don't Ouitllll 
Varsity Football (4 yrs.— 3 M.A.C. Ti- 
tles). Varsity Baseball (I yr.). IM: Hock- 
ey. Basketball. Football. R.A. 

MILLER. RANDALL STEVEN 
P.O. Box 113 
Bedminster. PA 18910 



A special thanks to my family and friends 
for their support and prayers these past 
few years. Proverbs 3:6. "In everything 
you do. put God first and He will crown 
your efforts with success ". 

Business Administration Society 

Treasurer, Chorale. 

MYERS. GARY ALAN 
R.R. #2 Box 161 
Perkasie. PA 18944 

Four great years with Troll. Pasta, and 
Birdman. Rooming with Pinky. Work 2nd 
Staff Members. A-Day parties. Fugly girls, 
Cerbos Treecutting service. Boffing & 
Going off. Bahamamas or Bustll Most of 
all. thanks for everything Mom, Dad and 
Cheryl. 

Bus. Club ■ Pres.. Football. Martial Arts 
£ Weightlifting Club. IM: Football, Vol- 
leyball. Softball. 

NEBHUT. CARL III 
711 Mill Road 
Hatfield. PA 19440 

Thanks Mom t Dad for your love S under- 
standing over the years. Will miss Stein. 



Hvi«. Birdman. Bulfy. Pinky. Tony and 
everybody in Work 2nd. Clubs. ADay, 
Wheels. Slice. Award Night. Big Drill. Go 
ing Oft. ROHINSONII. Bangus. 

Varsity football. Wrestling 2 yr. Co- 
Captain. B A Club. IM: Squealers. Vels 
Vandals. Night Riders. 

NLVILLt. JIM 

2336 Merel Drive 
Hatfield, PA 19440 

Thanks to all my friends who gave me 
shelter from the hazards of the institu 
tion. Special thanks to Mom t Pop lor 
making all this possible. Good luck to 
Sieve, td, John. Darryl. Diane. Pat and 
the rest of the senior dassl 
Investment Club. Rowling. 

OHLINGER. CARL I. 
98 Octagon Ave. 
Sinking Spring. PA 19608 

PEIFER. WILLIAM F. 
P.O. Box 117 
Harleysville. PA 19438 

PtLLECHIA. LOUIS J. 

Mill Creek Rd. 6 Cedar Ln. 
Wycomb. PA 18980 

PICKEL. WILLIAM H. 
Robin Road 
Wrightstown. PA 18940 

Thanks Mom & Dad you're both great 
Couldn't have done it without your sup- 
port. Glenn. Tony, Ed all great room- 
mates. I'll miss everyone, love ya all. 

Investing Club. IM: Football. Volleyball. 

Softball. Track. HIbachti. 

PILLON. TIMOTHY J. 
Box 422-E. Como Drive 
Somerset. NJ 08873 

PRUNDEANU. CORNELIA 
Box 62 R.R. #2 
Furlong. PA 18925 

Business Administration Society - 
Sec. 2. 3. 4. 

REYNOLDS. PAUL ERIC 
1675 Arnold Ave. 
Willow Grove. PA 19090 

Thanks Mom & Dad for the support. 4645. 
Bongo Rm. Hall F ball. B-fers. Snake 
award. WolfsohnElson game. Kelly's. 
Farmhouse. Villa-nova. Ding Dong. Pat. 
Les. Dave. Chuck. Dozza. JR. Driving. 
"Westside Story ". Menage a trois. 

R.A.-3 yrs. Football-4 yrs.. IM Basket- 

ball-4 yrs.. Bowling. 

RICHARDS. FRANCIS L. 
77! Route 152 North 
Chalfont, PA 18914 



202 Business Memories 



RIDDLE. ZACHARY 
1538 Graeme Way 
Warminster. PA 18974 

ROBINSON. JEFFREY A. 
Box 219 
Perkasie, PA 18944 

Thanks to Mom and Dad. my best friends, 
for their love and support. Fun with Den- 
ise. Buffy. Bruce (never wrong?). Johnny. 
Karen. Scott 6 Kate. Work 2nd - Carl. Pas- 
ta. Gary (ex-roomie). NCAA's (Ed. Lee K) 
"The Franchise" Marty's Mile Relays. 

Football '80. IM Football Night Riders 

(Champs '81). IM Volleyball (Champs '81. 

'82), Track-4 yrs. varsity. Business 

Club. 

RUOFF. SUSAN ELIZABETH 
738 Longstreth Rd. 
Warminster, PA 18974 

Thank you Mom and Dad for your pa- 
tience and support. I want to wish all my 
friends from school and at home the best 
of luck in the future, especially Karen. 
Joe. Tim 6 Moe. 
Business Club. 

SCHEICK. RICHARD 
707 Colford Ave. 
Collingswood. NJ 08108 

Business Club. Adventure Club 

STEVER, JON E. 
805 Highland Dr. 
Tyrone. PA 16686 

Investment Club. Basketball. Softball. 
Football. Volleyball. Golf. 

SUDANO. BRIAN 
34 Cedar Street 
South Bound Brook. NJ 08880 

THOMPSON. LARRY N. 
16400 Oak Hill Rd. 
Silver Spring. MD 20904 

TRUMBAUER, TOM N. 
150 Tollgate Rd. 
Quakertown. PA 18951 

Special thanks to parents and friends for 
your support! Penn State and Purdue road 
tripsi "Mat rat"i Woodshed. 

Business Club. IM Softball, Wrestling. 

VITALE, MARGARET M. 
R.D. #1 Box 175 
Kintnersville. PA 18930 

Thanks Mom 6 Dad for all your encour- 
agement. A special thanks to Phil. I Love 
You. 

WEEKS. KAREN 
807 Forest Ave. 
Laurence Harbor. NJ 08879 



Thanks Mom S Dad for everything. Toot- 
good roomiel Deb. Gimp, Bidget. Sherri. 
Mento. we're doing this againi Thanks to 
my EMO boys, especially Geevo 6 Rich. 
Love you all. Moon on 611, riddler. firel. 
Boxersi Bend-over. Honey. S.S.. Wench. 
Bahama Bound. 

WERNER. MARCIA ANNE 
2703 Park St. 
Reading. PA 19606 

Mom 6 Dad. Thanks so much for all your 
love, support & understanding. 2/12/81. 
"hoops", Disco. P.R.. Softball champs. Bar- 
ness 1st. Tough Cookies, my ankle. Thanks 
Sandy for being there - love yal Good luck 
to all my friends. It's overl 

Basketball. Softball. IM Volleyball, Floor 

Hockey. Investing Club. 



WEST. STEVE 
1297 Anders Rd. 
Lansdale. PA 19446 

Wolfson Hall and Big Frank. Mountains. 
Florida with Pat. Jerry's kids. Jim. Darryl, 
John & Diane. Thanks for this year. Ed, It 
was fun while it lasted. Thanks for a great 
year Diane, Thanks Mom & Dad I Made It. 

Investing Club. Bowling. Baseball Team- 

4 yrs.. IM Football. 




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Chemistry 



POCALOVICH. JOHN A 
408 Depew Ave. 
Mayfield. PA 18433 

Ann. thank you for the love and strength 
you have given me these past 4 years, 
and (or the future we hold together. 
Thank you Mom & Dad for your support 
and generosity. You have made this all 
possible. 

Football 4 years 

FLUCK. DAVID J. 
2051 Three Mile Run Rd. 
Perkasie. PA 18944 

HOLMES. RICHARD 
22 E. 41st Street 
Brant Beach. NJ 08008 

Samuel 2nd-EMO-. Giving Admiral Pence 
apples. Uncle Steve. Port Hole-. Skippi^ 
campouts. Thank you Mom & Dad for 
making it all possible. 

IM (EMO) Football. Hockey. Basketball. 

Softball 



JASkOlkA, MkHAH S 
66 Vermilion Pr 
lev It town. PA 19054 

I want to thank all the people I met ai 
PVC. lor making my 4 years the niosl 
memorable years of my lile Heel Mar 
ion." Thanks. Oail ■. OOH RAHI Pizza t 
Beer' thanks Dad b Mom tor your sup 
port Dining out with Mike" 

Apiary Club. Varsity Cross Country. IM 
Volleyball. Superstars. R.A., Rampages. 
Chem Club 

kRItBH. MICHAEL S. 
532 Meeting House Rd. 
Harleysville. PA 19438 

All those who helped me graduate are to 

be thanked . You who read this have 

helped me Therefore you are to be 

thanked. Got that O'Brian. Necessitas 

non sunt multiplicandum practer necessi 

tatem. 

Chem Club: '78 83. Pres. 80''83. Cho 

rale '78 '81. Recorder Consort '79- '81. 

Pa. College Choral Festival '79- '80. A 

Day Comm. '78 '83. A Day Signs 

Comm. '81. A-Day Exhibits Comm. '82. 

Who's Who Among Students in Ameri 

can Univ. i. Colleges '82. National 

Deans List '82. 

NADDEO. RONALD C. 
107 Dolly La. 
Chalfont. Pa. 18914 

PORAMBO. ROBERT S. 
5 West Center St 
Nesquehoning. Pa. 18240 

100+ kegs in one year, thursday nights. 
Alliance. Ez. Andy. Beener. Nick and late 
night tribunals. "Putan ". Pres of no wench 
club until . . . Annie one in a million, I'm 
up. everybody's up. "Fire'l 
I.M.- Football, hockey. Basketball. Soft 
ball- 4 yrs., EMO Pyrotechnics Direc- 



Dairy 
Memories 



BOWMAN. TIMOTHY L. 
RD. #1 
Hooversville. Pa. 15936 

The shrine. Brampton. Canada. The girls 
of Elson. Work "T". Let's just be friends. 
L.D., Sugar Plum. This Bud's for you. Hey 
Honey, two stepin'. Thanks to Mom and 
Dad for all their sacrifices and help. 

Dairy Society-4 yrs.. I.M. Volleyball, 

The Shrine. 

BURKETT, RUSSELL E. 
145 Kenton Ave. 
Pitman. N.J. 08071 

Wolfsohn 17. .My Trapshed. Biochem Lab. 
Bobby Orr's Peppermint pattie. Larry D.'s 
Pickup. Elderly Vagabond. Student Affili- 
ate Meetings. Trip to Canada. Best of 
times with best of friends. Good Luck 
Shriners. I'll never forget you. Thanks 
Mom. Dad o Dede. 

Apiary Society-4 yrs.. Pres. 3 yrs.. 

Dairy Society-4 yrs.. Dairy Shrine 

Charter Member 



I.AKR, DA Nil I 
R D 2 Box 331 
Sonierset. PA 15501 

Dairy Trip to Canada. Brampton. Dairy 
Shrine, Pig Roasts. "The Dump". Tonka 
June. Shrine Runs. Canucks 

Dairy Society 4 yrs . Pres. '83. IM Vol 

leyball 

CARTY. RONAID I.. JR. 
Petticoat Bridge Rd. 
Columbus. NJ 08022 

Wolfsohn water fight. Work "T ", The Ca- 
nuck Bar. Canadian women. Brampton. 
Ont.. Tonka Juice. Can I borrow your 
notes Dan or Tim?, Gotta new girl, Yo 
ManI Hey RosebudI studied an hour and a 
half, that's enough. Thanks everybody. 
Si ill love ya Boom Boom 

Dairy Society, Night Riders Football. 
LMO Floorhockey. Volleyball-Men's t 
Coed. Bowling, Softball, Baseball 

ClAXTON. WILLIAM C. 
507 Oak St. 
Lakehurst, NJ 08733 

DOLAN. DANIEL K. 
163 Ridgedale Ave. 
Florham Park. NJ 07933 

GEHRINGER, MARTHA JEAN 
611 Pine St. 
Bally. PA 19503 

Thanks to Mom & Dad for patience, un- 
derstanding, and your love. Canada-Baha- 
mas '82. Spike i, Peon. Pseudo-senoritis. 
Staying awake in class? Mrs. Wand her 
kindness. We made it? Pranks. TROUBLE. 
Craziness with Elisa & Eunice. Friends 
who made it worth the tripl 

C^airy Society. FFA. Apiary Society. 
Newman Club. 4 H Club. Rampages, A- 
Day, Superstars, IM Floorhockey S Vol- 
leyball Champs Tough Cookies. Social 
House-Sr Rep. 

HARTUNG. SUSAN KAY 
RD. #1 Box 183 
Belvidere. NJ 07823 

One of the boys! Dairy Society trips-D.C. 
Brampton. CSW Music, Technics, Cow 
killer. EZ. Feisty. Brig. Dee, Jamie, Sabe. & 
the rest. BCB mine forever. Thanks Mom. 
Dad fe family couldn't have done it with- 
out you. 

Dairy Society-4 yrs.. Basketball-4 yrs.. 

DTA 




204/Chemistr-, S Dairy Memories 




HERRMANN. ED 
170 E. Court St. 
Doylestown, PA 18901 

3 AM at the Dairy. Lab practicals. Segal 
Hall & hot chocolate. 4 yrs. in 3, Feed 
rations that didn't balance. Doug. Les. 
Stu. Bus stop Kathy. Fri. nights at the 
C6W, Special thanks and love to my chil- 
dren. Eddie 6 Alisha, and my parents. 

Student Govt.. Dairy Society, Traffic 

Court Judge 

HOPKINS. DANIEL 
3672 Old Level Rd. 
Havre de Grace. MD 21078 

Thanks to Mom & Dad who worked so 
hard to put us all through school. Special 
thanks to Ann. 4 Yrs. in Samuel 1st. Best of 
luck to Greg. Steve. Wally, Beef. Slick, Bill, 
6 all the other Dairy majors. 

Dairy Society, Floor Hockey. Softball. 

Volleyball 

HOSKINS. RICHARD E. 
RD Wilcox Rd. 
Lyons Falls. NY 13368 

JACQUES. RUSSELL H. 
53 North Main St. Apt. I 
Chalfont. PA 18914 

KIESS, GREG 
R.D. #1 Box 303 
Logan Station, PA 17728 

Thanks Mom & Dad, Julie tool The rock- 
ing-chair capper. Weekends at DVC-salt 
n' bread watching the sunrise. FSD you're 
crazy but fun. Buffalo Butt-your ugly. 
Dan. Wallie. Beef. Kevin. Tom. & friends. 

Dairy Society-4 yrs.. IM Floorhockey. 

Volleyball. Softball 

MARK. ALICE 
RD 2 Box II 
West Grove. PA 19390 

Thanks everyone, especially Mom & Dad 
for 4 good yrs. of: ADay, Freshman Flor- 
ida trip, all night float building, 4 "man" 
room. Worlds End, Muleless mule barge, 
Canada, Uno, Menageries, Techniques & 
Seminar burnout. 

Cornucopia. FFA, Dairy Society, ADay 

Committee. Volleyball, IMs 

MLAKER, CRAIG R. 
1976 Valley View Dr. 
Davidsville, PA 15928 



The "dump ", Shrine trips to Lambertville, 
Dairy trip to Canada, Brompton Ontario. 
Feeds problems. Uncle Larry, Tech. II, 1981 
Christmas party, trips to the Holstein 
Conventions, Making milkshakes at A- 
Day, Tonka juice parties, £ just sitting 
around 6 shooting the bull. Shrine meet- 
ings. 

Dairy Society 4 yrs.. Yearbook I yr.. 
Agronomy Club I yr., IM Volleyball. 
Work 

OSBORN. BILL 
1106 Hope Rd. 
Ocean. NJ 

Uncle Larry, That just ain't natural. Hey. 
Rosebud! This Bud's for you. Hey. Canuckl 
Brampton. Ontario-1982. Well. Hello there. 
Alabama #1. The Dump-Alabama Bar- Ca- 
nuck Inn. The 12 labs of Goofus. Give me 
that you silly .... 

Dairy Society 4 yrs.. IM Softball 4 yrs. 

PATANE, LESLIE E. 
61 Hearthstone Dr. 
Dix Hills, NY 11746 

PRASSE. VALARIE 
Robin Rd. RD #2 
Newtown. PA 18940 

Great parties at the dump. Country Inn. 
Bill, piece is a piece. Purr kitties. Lots of 
love S luck to my R.M. Lisa & Dairy majors. 
Thanks to Mom & Dad. All my love to 
Michael. Marry in October. 
Dairy Society 4 yrs. 

RAFF. GARRY S. 
42 B Sound Ave. 
Riverhead, NY 11901 

ROMBERGER, WILLIAM H. 
Box 63B 
Pitman, PA 17964 

Thank you Mom S Dad. Uncle Larry's. 
Feeds problems. Parties at the "Dump". 3 
AM milkings at the Dairy. Best of luck to 
all my friends. 

FFA 3 yrs.. Dairy Society 4 yrs. 

SABER, TIMOTHY C. 
Montgomery Ave. Ext. 
Chambersburg, PA 17201 

Thanks to Mom 6 Dad, family & friends. 
DVC Thanks for preparing me for what's 
ahead. Love 6 best wishes to all, especial- 
ly the shrine, Ron, Ted, J.D., Sue, Jamie, 



Mr. Morris S the Dairy Staff, 6 JEC. So 

long- Chambersburg's wailing. 

Dairy Society 2 yrs.. Football, IM Foot- 
ball. Softball. Basketball. RAEC 

WICKERSHAM. GEORGE P.. Jr. 
940 Marlboro Springs 
Kennett Square. PA 19348 

Trip back from DC. (Spanky & Tina). 
Christmas party '81. B&B trip to VPI. Can- 
ada trip to Brampton Ontario. The ma- 
nure slash of Ulman 3rd. "I'm the lawn 
mower" 6 "You're the grass ", Clipping 
service, I place this class , St. Joseph 
Hospital Baltimore, MD 

Dairy Society 4 yrs.. Block 6 Birdie I yr., 

FFA 1 yr.. Agronomy 1 yr. 

WRIGHT, DOUGLAS C. 
Newtown, Yardley Pike 
Yardley, PA 19067 

ZANZALARI, KENNETH 
566 Alden St. 
Woodbridge, NJ 07095 

Thank you Mom & Dad for everything. 
"Xzanadu" The good times out at West 
Campus. Unforgettable Canuck trip. "I'd 
be able to see it . . ." Best of luck to all my 
friends. Uncle Larry's. Feeds problems. 
"OH NOOO" 

Dairy Society, Varsity Soccer, IM Bas- 
ketball, Floorhockey, Bowling, Volley- 
ball 




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Food 
Industry 

ARMSTRONG. MATTHEW W. 
339A North 19th St 
Camp Hill. PA POII 

ATKINSON. EPWARP J. 
Box 533 
Rushland. PA 18925 

COAKLEY, JOHN J. 
35 Spruce ST. 
Hazlet. NJ 07730 

To the great times with the NMTT & the 
Dump Boys. The F.I. Squad, Jean 6 Nancy 
sure we'll pass. Fran it's been a long & 
hilarious Date. "Thanks" Gary & Beth 
you're the greatest. Especially thanks to 
Mom o Dad. 

Soccer 4 yrs.. Softball. Hockey Fl Club 

CONNOLLY. MICHAEL 
15126 MiKord St. 
Philadelphia. PA I9II6 

Thanks to my parents & grandparents. 
Without whom this wouldn't have been 



possible. Good luck to all my Squealer 
friends. Goldman 2nd & especially Poodle 
& Doc. "Now we're respected in society 
we don't worry about the things we used 
to be" 
IM Hockey. Softball. Basketball. Foot 
ball. Volleyball. WDVC, Fl Club 

DOUGHERTY. RICHARD B. 
811 Herman Rd. 
Horsham. PA 19044 

Thanks Mom fe Dad for everything. Good 
luck Tide Water Grain Gang. Cos. Bardo. 
Funky. Glow. Gary. 6 Cheeso. Jungle Juke 
Bashes. Breamer. Rico. Poodle, fe Rubs, it's 
been a blast. Goldman 2nd parties. Onion 
heads. 

Football 4 yrs.. Tri-Capt. MAC Champs 
'80. '81. Baseball 4 yrs. Co-Capt.. Squeal 
ers. Fat Helens. Fl Club 

ECK. MARION H. 
RD. #3 Box 98 
Muncy. PA 17756 

Love & many thanks to all of my family 
and special friends. Karen. Karland. Mar 
garet. Friendly's Raids, phones, snowballs. 
Apple crisp. Key problems, ice skating, 
sledding. Fl Labs, cookies. Backgammon 
chips. Chicklettes. shaving cream, black 
shoes. Petting Zoo. 

4-H. Fl Club. Block & Bridle. Apiary Club. 



Chorale. Adventure Club. Freshman 
Cla» Tres.. Yearbook. IM Floorkockey. 
Superstars 

GIRNIR. GRtGORY J 
146 Codar Dr 
Ni-w Hrilain. PA 18901 

HFROIl'>. PONAID M. 
12 Heritage Or. 
Middleiown. NJ 07748 

I hanks Mom t Dad (or your love t sup 
porii Freshman year in FIson Halli Two 
Ijood years in Goldman 2ndi Lansdalo 
9 II 82, Trip to Boston. Brigantine and 
A.C.i Mono. Fl. Clan and all my friends 
made here at DVC. 

Fl Club. A Day. IM Bowling. Tropical 

fish Club 

kOZIKOWSkl. DONNA J. 
100 South Mountain Dr. 
New Britain. CT 06052 

KRtSOCK. CAROL LYNNE 
128 Cornwall Dr. 
Chalfont. PA 18914 

Sincere thanks to my family for their sup 
port over the past four years. Best of luck 
to my friends and fellow classmates in all 
future endeavors. 

Chorale. Sect.' Tres. i Food Industry 
Club. Vice-Pres.; National Dean's List. 
Delta Tau Alpha 

KRFSS. FREDERICK C. 
44 Bridge St. 
Frenchtown. NJ 08825 

LANDIS. MICHAEL K. 
243 Tally-Ho Dr. 
Warminster. PA 18974 

Thanks Dad 6 Mom. Monty Pineapple, 
Road trips with "the Coach". MHO. Rte. 
309. Chemical saturation. 0= WCp(TF- 
TO I. Class with Vandersllce. "last call for 
alcohol ". Bad to the bone. Cramming. Fl 
'83 "The Zoo ". Johnny B Goode, Esh-ker- 
rick-ia. 

Golf-Capt. Sr. Yr.. Fl Club. IM Basketball 

NORMAN. SHIRLEY A. 

3216 West Mount Kirk Ave. 
Norristown. PA 19403 

ORZECK. MARK E. 
4235 Manayunk Ave. 
Philadelphia. PA 19128 

PEKALA. LISA J. 
311 Old York Rd. 
Neshanic Station. NJ 08853 

Farm 1. Work Hall parties. The Academy. 
The Speed Shop. Always Working. The 
Pit. 3 yrs. 6 many laughs. Thanks Val. & 
thanks to Dennis, for the best 4 years, all 
the encouragement and support, love al- 
ways and forever. 

Dairy Society 2 yrs.. IM Volleyball. 

Floorhockey (AMF). ICC Rep.. Food In 

dustry Club 2 yrs. 

STUMP. JEAN M. 
29 Broadmoor Dr. 
Lincroft. NJ 07738 

SWARTLEY. NANCY L. 
451 Eagle La. 
Lansdale. PA 19446 

VANDERSLICE. DAVID W. 
1426 Bernard Ave. 
Willow Grove. PA 19090 

ZEMBAS. JAMES E. 
104 Highland St. 
New Philadelphia. PA 17959 



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BELLETTI. MICHAEL R. 
2138 Henderson St. 
Bethlehem, PA 180(7 

Thanks to everyone, especially you who 
made these last 2 years possible. 
Horticulture Society, A-Day Rep. 

BREAM, MARK D. 
RD #1 Box 224 
Orrtanna, PA 17353 

Thanks Mom & Dad for making it possible. 
Later Goldman 2nd Management it's been 
great. Tag teams with John M.. A-Day 
with John C, Bob Seger with everybody, 
Elson Bros., Cliff, Seth, Mr. Bill. Doc. Matt, 
You're great friends. Special thanks to 
Gale who made my last two years the 
best. 

Football 4 yrs.- Tri-Captain, IM Softball, 

Fat Helens 

CAMPBELL, RONALD C. 
921 East Lawn Dr. 
Teaneck, NJ 07666 

CASELLA. JOHN G. 

RD I Box 273 Asbury Rd. 
Swedesboro, NJ 08085 

Thank you Mom 6 Dad for all the love and 
support. Four years NebhutI Gary, Jeff, 
Bruce, Admril, Tony C, and all Work 2nd 
never forget you. Camp Fun. Psycho 
scrimmage, A-Day, Squealers. Going offi 
Hort partners. Mark. Cliff. 

Football, IM Softball, Volleyball, Ski 

Club, Hort. Club 

CASSELL, JEFF 
57 Briscoe Terr. 
Hazlet, NJ 07730 

The hook) Hey corpusclei Samuel beach> 6 
in the MGi I'll pay as long as you're driv- 
ingl To my slimy friends in Samueli Party 
with the Wart.) Sleeping in that old aban- 
doned beach house . . .i Beimar Daily; 
Thanks Mom & Dad. 

Adventure Club (Sr.), Hillel (Sr.), Hort. 

Club (Sr.), Softball 3 yrs., Floorhockey 2 

yrs.. Hibachi Club (Sr.). Bingo Club 2 

yrs. 

COLDEN. MARY CATHERINE 
465 Regimental Rd. 
King of Prussia, PA 19406 

Many thanks to my entire family. I 
wouldn't have made it without you. I love 



M»»«k«Jl 



you alll Donna Lee. you're so special to 
me. Pam. Friendly's foreverl Freaking 
guysl Take care and Good Luck to all my 
friends. 

Horticulture Society. A-Day Rep.. A- 
Day Awards Comm. Chairman, 
Sec./Tres. A-Day Executive Comm.. 
Sec. DTA 

DODWAY. PAUL A. 
34 John David La. 
Albany, NY 12208 

GATES, RICHARD WAYNE 
112 Juniper Ave. 
Brownsmills, NJ 08015 

I give thanks and love to my family, Gail, 
Bob, Greg Smith, Emery, Sharon, Diane 
and Maggie for the care, help and friend- 
ship they gave me in these 4 years of 
college. I wish I had more time to 
spendl?!? 

Adventure Club, DTA, Hort. Club, 

Christian Fellowship, Choir 

HUDAK. ROBERT L. 
8509 Fox Run 
Potomac. MD 20854 

I wish to thank my mother, father 6 Linda 
all whom made these 4 yrs. possible. I 
would also like to thank my friends with 
whom I shared many good times with & 
that have helped me these 4 years. 
IM Basketball. Softball. Horticulture So- 
ciety. Cross Country 

JOHNSON. PETER W. 
341 Church Rd. 
Medford. NJ 08055 

JONES, MARCUS E. 
6700 Cresheim Rd. 
Philadelphia. PA I9II9 

KELEHER. GAIL 
II Brady Rd. Ext. 
Westboro. MA 10581 

"Rowdie". "Breakfast with the Beatles". 
Catlover, P.A., Monkeyball, Marigold, 
Lebanon Valley, 1st MAC Co-Champions, 
Springbreak road trips: Fla. '80. S. Car. '82. 
Cape Codders. Letters from Claire. Cider 
pressing, A-Days, Love 6 Thanks to my 
family, friends § Del. Val. 

Cross-Country 4 yrs.-Co-Capt. Sr., 
Track 4 yrs.-Capt. Jr., IM Volleyball, 
Hort. Society 3 yrs., V.P. Jr-Sr, Apiary 



Horticulture 
Memories 



Society 3 yrs., FFA 2 yrs.. Photo Club, 
RA 2 yrs. 

LITCHFIELD, DONALD G.. Jr. 
284 Red Schoolhouse Rd. 
Spring Valley. NY 10977 

The Soils lecture which made me puke. 
Pinning "Beef" 4 times in a row. Thanks 
Mom 6 Dad for your support. The U-2 
adventure for I semester. Don and Holly 
forever and a day. 
DVC Orchard Crew 2 yrs.. Hort. Soci- 
ety 4 yrs., Weightlifting. Chess Club 

MANOFF. GARY H. 
Tahoe 32. Village 2 
New Hope. PA 18938 

ORTMAN. PATRICIA A. 
P.O. Box 387 
Forest Grove, PA 18922 

PEZZANO, THERESA M. 
2622 Highland Ave. 
Broomall, PA 19008 

Great freshman year-Goldman 1st Partyl 
Great Panty Raid of 19801 K.H. Nov. 7. 
1980. Many good friends D.S., T.M., M.M., 
M.B.H., J.H., S.H., £ especially a great roo- 
mie Sue for four yearsi Workin' in the PitI 
Many thanks Mom & DadI 

IM Floorhockey. Volleyball. Student 
Gov't Rep.. Food Committee Chairper- 
son '8l-'83. Student Cafe Manager. Orn. 
Hort. Club, Hort. Club 

ROSENBERG, KAREN 

Memory is an endless storage, storage 
for wonderful friends and great times. 
Thanks to all, especially Marion for caring 
and cooking. Mom. Dad and the family 
for love and support and Karl for helping 
to create an everlasting bond between us. 
Hort. Society-tresurer. 4-H 

SCHEIB. ALISON L. 
Box 285 RD 3 
Phoenixville. Pa. 19460 

SIMMENS, VALERIE A. 
1202 Churchill Rd. 
Wyndmoor, Pa. I9II8 

SMITH, GREGORY A. 
15 Onion Rd. 
Dryden. N.Y. 13053 

I thank God for all his help! Love and 
blessings to all in the Fellowship: VGW. 
JBH. JES. Lyfords. Karen R. Tom N., Steve 
6 Rob. Leslie. Rich, Ken, John 6 Mary. I'll 
miss you alll God be with you and keep 
youl 

A- Day Committee-4 yrs.. Band 3 yrs. 

Chorale-4 yrs., -pre. Sr.i Christian Fel- 

lowship-4 yrs. 



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WAKNbR. HO*ARP bRANk 
iM Larchwood Rd. 
Springfield. Pa. 19064 

Special thanks to a small ijroup ot Iriends. 
here and elsewhere who made it alol ea- 
sier. Thanks Mom 6 Pad for their support 
and being there when I needed them 
Karate Club. Photography Club 

WfclNSEIN. CLIFFORD J. 
337 Gymbeline Dr. 
Old Bridge. N.J. 08857 

WtSLER. STEVEN J. 
^8 East Butler Ave. 
Chalfont. PA 18914 



Ornamental 
Horticulture 
Floriculture 



BLAUVEIT. RICHARD STANLEY 
X> Lewis St. 
Basking Ridge. NJ 079X) 

Thanks Mom for all your help. Puff. Mr. 
Immature. Jimmy Gene. "The Girls." 
Good luck in Bliss to Lyie. Jere Janice, 
and Jeanie; kite Flyers. APO. New Years 
Eve in Conn. Spirt Cars. BERKLEY FLO- 
RIST. Sex Goddess i Sex Dwarf. Thanks to 
all my friends for putting up with me. 
Orn Hort. Club. Alpha Phi Omega. 
(Treasure). Floral Society. A-Day Com- 
mittee. ICC Rep. Year Book. Philadel 
phia Flower Show Co-Chairmen. IM's 
Volleyball & Bowling 

BUKOWSKI. HENRY S. Jr. 
4033 Evans La. 
Drexel Hill. PA 19036 

Thanks Mom and Dad for all the love and 
support through these wonderful Four 
years. Garythe best man. Johnthe best 
driver? Seih-the best trainer. Boomer. 
Get me a beer! DVC the best of times. 




Good Luck Everbody. 

Orn Hort Club. Floral Society. Land- 
scape Nursury Club. Phila. Flower Show. 

BUSTO. LINDA A. 
115 Berkeley Rd. 
Glenside. PA 19038 

Thanks Mom and Dad I couldn't have 
done it without you. Most of all. thank 
you Paul. You are always there. 

CIROTTI. JEANNE MARIE 
836 Tennis Ave 
Ambler. PA 19003 

A Day. Seminars. Deviations: needle- 
point. GH. Dynasty. Toad 6 Dancing. 
Spark. Hoke. Jamesly. Schimpf. Bardot. 
Gnocchi. o Everyone. NBI. The Big "31" 
B-KBing. The sex pistols- Goddess. 
Dwarf. And Bomb. Snigs. No Duh. Gotta 
Fin. Motorcycling. Thanks Mom & Dad for 
making it possible. Thanks Bob for all your 
love. 

Floral Society. Orn Hort Club. Year- 
book. Phila. Flower Show. IM's Volley- 
ball & Floor Hockey. 

CORCORAN. STEVEN 
109 Longmeadow Dr. 

Syracuse. NY 13305 



111.' loun^;.'. Kiologv liiial. Dip Sirocl. 
N.islies . l\)llas. flower Shows. Roberts 
Slri-iM G.ish. Pseudo landscjper 1">VC 
SumiiuT 83. Iniloor Drill Team. Horsey 
Riding. Groups. Bye. Del Val. Roommates 
forever Hilly t Bev. Who's L'^riving? Good 
Luck Class of '84. 
Indoor Drill Team 

DAITON. IFRRY M. 
505 University Blvd. 
Glassboro. NJ 08038 

Many Thanks to Mom. Dad t BtB Bever 
ages. Four Years in the Woods. Gl. Keg- 
gers. Pokey's i The Plyers. Killer Bees. 
Wild t Crazy room mates, happy hour. A 
L">ay. great weekends, love to Mike. Later 
DVC 

DeFEO. LISA A. 

Eden Roc-33 Village 3 
New Hope. PA 18938 

Special thanks to Mom t Dad for your 
help and support in the last four years. 
Segal Hall. Summers, climbing trees fe tak 
ing cuttings. Alex. Mr. R.. Always re- 
member 10 30 80 6 Caddy Shack. Thanks 
Rich for coming into my life fe remember 
I'll always love you. 

DYER. KATHIFEN ANN 
30 Upland Rd. 
Levittown. PA 19056 

Love and Thanks to both my parents & 
family for their support + love. Thanks 
to all my friends for the fun times, and 
getting me through all this Diane, wanna 
do It tonight? Shh I hear Somebody! What 




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a camel? Who cut these? 

Orn Hort Club, Equine Club. Tropical 
Fish Club. Hort Therapy 

FOSBROOK, DARRYL MATTHEW 
30 Albemarle Rd. 
Trenton. NJ 08690 

To my Family- When I was learning to 
dream- you were there- you listened & 
encouraged me to follow my dream-you 
helped me become all that I am. Because 
you believed in me I learned to believe in 
myself- THANKS- for everything- To my 
friends- my best wishes for you all- Eva- 
marie- Thanks for understanding. 

Floral Society, ICC Rep., Orn Hort Club. 
Philadelphia Flower Show publications 
chairman. Cornucopia-copy editor-edi- 
tor '83. A-Pay. Safe Endowment Schol- 
ar, Pi Alpha Xi. DTA 

FOURNIER, THOMAS J. 
1089 Marion Ave. 
Marion, CT 06444 

GARBER, LYLE W. 
322 Crestline Dr. 
Willow Street, PA 17584 

K.W. remember those nights we spent to- 
gether in Wolfson. Thanks Jere, Mike, 
Rich, & Greg for making life at DVC an 
experience (I think it was a good one). 
Thanks Mom & Dad for your support and 
thanks Liz for keeping me relatively sane 
through the past years. 

IM Baseball, Bowling. Volleyball Floral 

Society. OH Society 

GEBEL. NICHOLAS. J. 
RD. I Box 1620 
Columbia. NJ 07832 

It's finally over. Two minute breakfast. 
Driving the slow lane. Thanks to everyone 
who made it possible-The Yerkes. Malde- 
mens. Darryl. 6 Lisa who made college life 
tolerable. Special thanks to Mom £ Dad 
for all your support. 

Yearbook 2 yrs.-copy editor '83. A-Day 

•82 

HALLMAN. DONNA K. 
950 Kenny Road 
Pottstown, PA 19464 

HAMILTON. DAVID E. 
8418 Hegerman St. 
Philadelphia, PA 19136 

Thanks for making it all possible Mom » 
Dad. 4 years; Seem like yesterday . . . 
Philly Flower Show '82: #1. A-Day. Home- 
coming. Christmas cookies. Brownies, & 
Great Halloween partieslll . . . Would do it 
all over again. Memories: Lived but not 
lost Friends; Found but not forgotten . . . 
IM Bowling. OH Society 4 yrs.. Indoor 
Drill Team 3 yrs., Phila. Flower Show 
Committee 2 yrs. 

HELD. KATHIANN 
8 Teresa Lane 
Chalfont. PA 18914 

"Just call me Grace ". Debbie's Bar Diane. 
Tina. Anne. Craig. Goldman T and Joe. 
Cooke. NBI. X-country. Finals. Kelly's with 
Tom, Petra, & next-door Dawn, Cindy. 



Quebec '81. My love Mom. Dad Lisa (roo- 
mie). Aunt Nancy. MAC. 222. 

Softball 2 yrs., X-country 2 yrs. 1st MAC 
'80. IM Volleyball. Hockey. Softball. OH 
Society. Flower Show. Ski Club 

IPPOLITO, PAUL J. 
46 Morewood Drive 
Smithtown. NY 11787 

IRWIN. DANIEL A. 
233 Avon Drive 
Carlisle, PA 17013 

JACK. CYNTHIA LOUISE 
46 Tilden Lane 
Greenlawn. NY 11740 

Thanks Mom 6 Dad & Amy for support 
and encouragement! A-3 Miller, 3 yrs. in 
Cooke 2nd. Toad. Kelly's. Or something . . 
. I guess . . . DKP. PP. PM, KAH. LG. May 19. 
1982. SST, My Teddy Bearl ILYI 

Yearbook 3 yrs., IM Volleyball. Softball. 

KRAVITZ. SHELLEY 
2210 Miscindy Place 
Orlando. Florida 32806 

K-Mart Blue Light Specials, Brownies, Hal- 
loween, Brownies-, Floral Design Lab-Oh, 
she's crying in the bathroom, Brownies, 
Iron toxicity and Reiger Begonias. 

Women's Softball. OH Society. Phila. 

Flower Show 

MADLON. JANICE M. 
9 Wilbur Blvd. 
Poughkeepsie. NY 12603 

MONTAGNOLI, JEFFREY C. 
Box 379 RD #2 
Sewell, NJ 



There is no way to summarize four years 
of memories without eliminating many of 
them, I refuse to eliminate any. There is 
no need to list friends, they know who 
they are. Each of mine know how impor- 
tant they are and how much I love them. 
There is a need though to say thanks to all 
those who helped me and were always 
there. A very special thanks to my family. 
I love you so. 

OH Society-V. Pres. '81 Pres '81-83 Ram- 
Pages- Co-Ed. '82-'83. DTA, Floral Soci- 
ety, Phila. Flower Show. A-Day Flower 
Show. FTD Scholarship. Drama Club 

MYHRE. MARION G. 
1912 Hemlock Road 
Flourtown. PA 19031 

With love and "special" thanks to Mom. 
Dad. Mike, family, and "friends" (espe- 
cially Kathy. Fred. Jeff. Bert. Dwight & 
Doc), for all their guidance S support. 
Best of luck roomies-Carol. Marie, Jean, 
Ann g Tonil "Heel", "Boof". "No Problem" 
OH Society, Floral Society, Cross- 
country, Apiary Society, Hort Therapy 
Club, Chorale 

NORCROSS, BRIGETTE ANN 
6 Courtland St. 
Bordentown. NJ 08505 

""Bardot", Good friends, Home on Cooke 
2ndi Sex Pistols, NBI, Hugs, The Toad, 
Summer '82 with Mrs. Martin, Happy 
Birthday-Jr. Dinner Dance, Etc. Thanks 
for the good times. I love you alll Good 
luck and keep in touch! 

Girl's Basketball Stats 3 yrs.. Floor- 
hockey 2 yrs.. Apiary Society. OH Soci- 
ety 2 yrs.. Dairy Society. Bookstore. A- 
Day Rep. 3 yrs. 




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PAUU. PtTRA 
Ai\S Spruce St. 
Philadelphia. PA 19104 

Mann thanks for everything. I love you 
Graduation is supposed to be a happy 
nine. For me its a sad time. I'm not ready 
to leave my friends. Deb I'll miss you 
greatly Jungle juice. Cooke 2nd and the 
Rebels 

RICHARDS. MARY H. 
7805 Ridge Ave. 
Philadelphia. PA I9Q8 

ROMANO. JAMES (3. 
4 Partridge Lane 
Shelton. CT 06484 

Water fightS; Great parties. Pumpkin 
stealing. Lake Galena-. Wildwood. kite 
Flying lOt. Turs. "loading "I Study? Neverl 
Mum-rotations. A-Days. New Year's in 
CT. Dynasty. Goldman 1st best buddies. 
S.G.. S.D.. "T". Bardot, Mike & Jeff. Blau- 
velini. Darryl. Rag on Mr. C. PC. Mike S. 
Mom o Dad - I can't say thank you enough 
for all your love 6 support. I'll love you 
forever! 

Floral Society-Pres '83-'83. OH Society. 

IM Bowling 4 yrs.. Volleyball. Phila 

Flower Show #1 '82 S '83. APO-Sect. '81 

'82. Chorale 

ROSENOUEST. PAMELA J. 
RD 2 Box 315 
Bridgeton. NJ 08302 

Kahlua 6 Cream: Friendly's-, The saga of 
BH W: Super roommate Kathy; Mare & 
Donna: Through all the smiles and all the 
tears, you are there and I thank you for 
sharing your friendships. Mom 6 Allen: 
Thanks. I love you. 

Floral Society I yr., AMF. Floorhockey I 



>r . OH Club i yrs . Hon Club I >r . A 
l^ay Comm. I yr.. Chorale I yr. 

SAIUSKI. JANICE 
49 Coal Street 
Plymouth. PA 18651 

Many good memories shared with "our 

gang " WAA Birdtl annual feast Dad. 

the grades are line. Gail, love and luck to 

you Dad. Mom, Mane and family thanks 

lor all your love. Dave, my one and only, I 

made it I 

Horal Society. OH Society. Philadelphia 

Hower Show. Pit Duly. Homecoming 

Oueen 1982. 

SCHIMPF. MICHAEL 
12 Jericho Road 
Butler. NJ 07405 

Thanks Mom 6 Dad for all your love and 
support. Goldman Isl. Wildwood. "Toad 
ing " on Thursdays. Dynasty parties. Mum 
RolaiionsI* (1 . Rich, I'll do the spelling! 
Janice, Jeanie, Karen S Brig., it's been 
great. Carol, thanks for being there, I love 
you. Thanks roomie ... for everything. 
Floral Society (Treasurer). OH Society. 
Philadelphia Flower Show, IM Volley- 
ball. D.T.A., Pi Alpha Xi. 

SOMERS. BEVERLY RUTH 
416 N. Penna. Ave. 
Mornsvilie. PA 19067 

Mom and Dad. I love you both. Thanks for 
always being there when I need you. Gary 
for all the love we share. I love you B. 
AMF. Parties at the House-sl Trimbles. 
Deb, Stump. Mary. Linda, love all of you. 
Beaufont styles. Cedar Hill, Pig Roasts. 
IM Floor Hockey. 

SPAHR. CAROL A. 
635 Dreer Lane 
Rosemont, PA 19010 

Thanks Mom. Dad & family for all your 
love and support. Motorcycle rides. 
Cooke 2nd. Snigs. Slammers & Dancing at 
The Toad. New Year's at Jim's. Bouffant, 
Dynasty Parties. Cleavage. "Notes ", NBI, 
Bazo, A Goddess, A Bomb i, A Dwarf. 
Jeanie my roommate through it all. Fran 
& all my friends here best of luck in all 
you do. Mike for all we've shared. 1 love 
you. 

OH Society, Floral Society (Secretary). 
Philadelphia Flower Show. Senior Class 
Trip Committee, Hort. Therapy, Year- 
book. 

TREESE, LINDA M. 
543 Edgley Avenue 
Glenside. PA 19038 

WINDISH. KARREN L. 
9376 Annapolis Road 
Philadelphia. PA I9II4 

WITMER, GERALD P. JR. 
Box 160 
Smoketown, PA 17576 

Thanks Mom, Dad. Ginger and family for 
your constant love and inspiration. I love 
you all! Roommates Mike. LyIe (alias 
Pappy). It's been greati A. P.O. Brothers. 
Pizza Booth. Albany, phonathon. WAAAA! 
Hello lumpl Best wishes to all my friends. 



rrowrl.s 4 " U 

Alph.i Phi Omega. Delta lau Alph.i. Pi 
Alpha Xi. I C C .Horal SocuMy. OH Club. 
Christian Fellowship. IMi toflball. loot 
ball, volleyball, batketball. bowling 

WOUk. VICTOR GRFGORY 
P O Box 299 
Allenwood. NJ 087X> 

To Greggie and Friendi. WAAAI, home 
coning, hayndes. A Day Pizza. Friday 
Nights with Atari and Pat and Larry. Cat 
Fights. Nightmare at Tl. Feed Me. "You 
know lor those times when you know 
whatl". Good bye Lump. Cocktails with 
J.inice 

OH Society (2. 3. 4). Floral Society (I. 2. 

3. 4). Drama Club (4). Christian Fellow 

ship (I. 2. 3. 4). Alpha Phi Omega (2. 3. 

4). Philadelphia Flower Show (2. 3. 4). 

A Day Pizza Booth (I. 2. 3. 4). A-Day 

Floral Design Coinmenlator/Designer 

(I. 2. 3, 4). 



Ornamental 
Horticulture- 
Landscaping 



ANGEBRANNDT. MARY 
127 Corson Ave. 
Trenton. NJ 08619 

Four years on Berkowitz 2nd. Jamie. Tra- 
cy, kathy. Deb Prep. Rev. Fran and Den 




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ise. Popcorn. J & L's. Trimbles and all the 
guys. Thanks Mom and Dad. I couldn't 
have done it without you. Eric - 1 love you. 
Always and Forever. 

Landscape Nursery Club (Jr.. Sr.). Floral 
Society (Fresh.), Resident Assistant 
(Sr.), IM Softball (Jr.). 

APPLEGATE, ALBERT W. 
17 Pal Drive 
Wayside, NJ 077Q 

BERGER, JEFFREY CONRAD 
408 Twinnbrook Rd. 
Perkasie. PA 18944 

Thank God it's overll A special thanks to 
my family and Barb for love and support. 
Best wishes to Mary. Liz. Dave, Les. and 
all my friends. Let's go "muddin". Let's 
blow this one. Later. No problem, I'm 
outta here! 

Landscape Nursery Club (Treasurer) 

BROWN, MATTHEW W. 
46 S. 18th Street 
Allentown, PA 18102 

Taborization Days I, II, III, IV, Midnight 
Capers, Indoor Soccer, Halloween, The 



Kiss of the Guard Rail, Rasta Spliffs, Pum- 
meling. And the Craziness of Edge and 
the Taborites. 

Landscape-Nursery Club, Cross Coun- 
try. IM Softball. Tabor RA. Ultimate 
Frisbee. 

CARR, BERT F. 
Cora Lane 
Chester, NJ 07930 

CELENZE, ROBERT D. 
Ridgeview Drive, RD #2 
Doylestown, PA 18901 

DE FELICE, GARY T. 
446 Red Hill Road 
Middletown, NJ 07748 

DE MOTT. WILLIAM A. 
4566 Madison Ave. 
Trumbull. CT 06611 

Thanks Mom and Dad for love and sup- 
port. Elson Brothers, Goldman Second 
Management Never Forget, Seth (Bakes), 
Steve. Zippy super frosh year, Breamers 
Thanks for two great years. Gale. Buddly, 
Mac Concert, You look like Jesus, ANO- 
PLURASII (Rock on). Peace. 



Hockey (4 yrs.). Volleyball (i yrs.). Bas- 
ketball (I yr), Softball (2 yrs). Football 
(I yr.), Co-Captain Golf Team (3 yrs.). 
Landscape Nursery Club. 

DEIBLER, STEVEN C. 
P.O. Box 725 
Stroudsburg. Pa. 18360 

To lori, for collecting weeds, bugs, twigs 
and a suitcase weekender. Wa Wa . . . 
What sleep? He's an Elson boy! Maybe a 
Goldman Scum. Pull, Mark . . . let's survey 
in a rainstorm. I'll save you a seat, be- 
cause I'm outta herel 

OH. Society. Landscape/ Nursery 
Club. Landscape work study. D.T.A. 

DENTNER, RICHARD A. 
303 W. Center St. 
Nazareth, Pa. 18064 

Thanks and love to Mom, Howard, Dad 
and second National (Ughl). No quihe for 
me. you boofool Good friends Dave Ed 
and swill (S.O.F.s away) Donna-thanks 
for the last five and looking forward to 
the next eternity. 

IM. Volleyball. I.M. Bowling, Block and 

Bridle Club 

DERING, DENNIS C. 
7 Pickerel Pt. Dr. 
Hopactcong. N.J. 07843 

Thanks Mom and Dad for your patience 
and support. EMO. Geevo. "O", Johnny, 
Skippy, Ed. Rich. Vinnie, You're never out 
of double Doucie! I, roadtrips, raggin, NO. 
I have to work. When we drinkin? I don't 
carel Samuel, We're outa herel Philly tour- 
ney. 
I.M.'s Football, Basketball, Hockey, Vol- 
leyball. Softball 

ERWIN. JOHN E. 

iO& South llth Street 
Quakertown. Pa 18951 

FLYNN. RICHARD D. 
13 New Brooklyn Road 
Edison, N.J. 08814 

FOOKS, RICHARD A. 
76 Sunset Drive 
Mount Holly N.J. 08060 

GAYDOS, TIMOTHY M. 
1046 Carolyn Drive 
West Chester, Pa. 19380 

GIBERSON. JOHN ARTHUR 
R.D. I Box 91 
Wrightstown. N.J. 08562 

Bertha, cowboy movies, woodshed road 
trips, coverup. Raloo. Look at the clock, 
Henry-fruit trees and J.D. Spyder Speed 
with the ELITE, Mercedes. Thanks to 
Mom and Dad for "endless belief ". sup- 
.port and love through the four years. 

Vice President of the Senior Class 

Landscape/ Nursery Club 

GRONTKOWSKI, MARGARET H. 
51 West Green St. 
Nanticokel Pa. 

Landscape Club trip to Wash., Punk-Par- 
ties, Yeowl. Wilwood, Sally, Ming-yal. 
Carl, A-Days Reenie and the Cooke girls. 



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ooldinan 3nil It's been funi Thanks to 
o\er>one especially my Pop. Love youl 
This one's tor you. Mom. 

Horticulture Club. Landscape Nursery 
Club. Equestrian Team. I.M. Floor Hock- 
ey and volleyball. Cross-Country Team. 
Goll Team 

HALL. THOMAS BRADLEY 
316 Wischman Ave. 
Oreland. Pa. 19075 

Thanks Mom and Pad for your strength, 
love and support- you're the greatest. 
Work ind the best. Ed. Doc. Bill. Sabe. 
Dave. Tony and Elvis- you guys are excel- 
lant. Jammers. Old Timers. Work's A-Pay 
parties. Boris hunt. Farm House 

Football- A yrs. I.M. Basketball and Soft 
ball. Landscape Nursery Club 

HAMM. THOMAS R. 

405 West Mountain Ave. 
South Williamsport. Pa. 17701 

HANSEN. STEVEN R. 
2i Tamarack Circle 
Trumbull. Conn. 06611 

It's been an experience! Elson bros.. Trus 
sel club. Packs. The Pit. Road Trips. Gold 
man 3nd Mgt.. G.B.O.S. Outings. Smitty's 
cabin. HOY-HOV. Jo who? Pig roast 
the house, wild turkey and becks on tap 
we're going off. 

Landscape/ Nursery Club. A-Day Rep. 

HEILER. JOSEPH V. 
iCB Garden Road 
Oreland, Pa. 19075 

HELLER. DAVID D. 

1064 Allen Grove Street 
Philadelphia. Pa. 19134 

HERGE.MOTHtR. LES 
555 Thompson Ave. 
East Keansburg. N.J. 07734 




Elson Hall. A-Day 1981. 43 in a room, taping 
m the rain. White Horse. 
Landscape Nursery Club 

HOKE. MICHAEL J. 
944 Kershaw Street 
York. PA 17402 

Thanks Mom £ Dad. without you 1 could 

have never made it. 

Social House Rep (3 yrs.). OH Society. 
A-Day Rep (3 yrs.). Vice Pres. A-Day 
Committee. A Day Flower Show. Home 
coming. ICC. Philadelphia Flower Show. 
Floral Society. IM Volleyball. 

HOLDERER. SHANE W. 
1355 Horsham Road 
Ambler. PA. 19003 



UWIS. WARRtN DOUGIAS 
3a->5 Oakwood Drive 
Norristown. PA 19401 

Donulman. Abe. Goldman 3. Elson Bro«.. 
Mot. Mr Bill. Don. Steve. Mark B Honda 
Forever Mike Gail, lauren. l">eb. Rollers 
kaiing. tennis, high rollers. Thanks Mont. 
Pad. Sharon love ya. 

Cross Country. IM Volleyball. Ram 

Paget. ICC. Hilel. Model Railroad. 

Landscape Nursery Club. Yearbook 

Literary editor 

lUCCARHII. PHILIP A. 
14 Heritage Road 
Eatontown. NJ 07734 

MARTIN. ROBERT S. 
113 Bryn Mawr Avenue 
Landsdowne. PA 19050 

MARTINO. PAUL 
43 Marcy St 
Bloomfield. NJ 07003 

McCALL. SALLY LEE 

318 A Kenilworth Avenue 
Moorestown. NJ 08057 

4 yrs. of Cooke 1st ... M 6 M's. Flakcy 
Fliers. A-Day. Jackie. Margie. 6 Carl- 
Yeowl Let's have a punk party! The guys 
on Goldman 3nd-especially the snake . . . 
Thanks P.V.C. for 4 yrs. of good times, 
great friends & treasured memories . . . 
A-Day Committee. OH Society. Lands- 
cape/Nursery Club. IM Volleyball. Floor 
Hockey. Superstars. 

McPHERSON. DAVID M. 
33 Clover Lane 
Malvern. Pa. 19355 

MENDOZZA. JOHN 
14 Snyder Ave. 
Denville. NJ. 07834 

Weekend slicing, perpetual sharp edge, 
The Grateful Dead, grain alcohol and A- 
Treat. I'm going where those chilly winds 
don't blow We can share the women, we 
can share the wine. Roadtrips. Thanks tO: 
my friends. Jerry Garcia and Mom and 
Dad. 

Landscape/ Nursery Club 

MEYLER. ROBERT D. 
48 Shady Lane 
Fanwood. N.J. 07033 

NANARTOWICZ. MARK S. 
347 Oxford Road 
Norristown. Pa. 19401 

PELTZ. GREGORY D. 
116 West End Ave. 
Haddonfield. N.J. 08033 

RASBACH. EDWARD C. 
371 W. Sussex Ave. 
Sewell. N.J. 08080 

Mom and Dad. thanks for the support and 
love. Many thanks to friends and an ex- 
traordinary roomy. Work 3nd. track na- 
tionals. D.S.. you know. 

Track. Winter Track. Cross Country. 

Landscape/ Nursery Club. O.H. Club 



313/OH-Landscaping Memories 




REEDER. DAVID S. JR. 
73 North Main St. 
Allentown, N.J. 0850 

Good luck to all my friends. Thanks for 
everything. Salt and Pepper, the Toad. 
Kelly's, Farmhouse. 4645 Asbury. Special 
thanks to Mom and Dad I love you both 
very much. 

R.A.. Landscape/ Nursery Club. Soil 
Judging. I.M. Softball and Bowling. Stu- 
dent Goverment. D.T.A.. Phi Alpha Si. 
R.A.E.C. co-chairman 

RITTENHOUSE. CAROLYN A. 
165 Woodgate Lane 
Paoli, Pa. 19301 

RIZZO. MICHAEL A. 
612 Crum Creek Road 
Broomall. Pa 19008 

ROBINS. MARGIE L. 
3 Orchard Road 
Washington Crossing. Pa. 18977 

SCHEFFLER. LESLIE A. 
403 South Main Street 
Apt. B-203 
Doylestown. Pa. 18901 

SCHMIED. FRANK J. 
6 Hickory Road 
Dallas. Pa. I86Q 



SMITH. D. HUNTINGTON 
1607 Letchworth Road 
Camp Hill. Pa. I70II 

Thanx Ma and Dad. It's been an excellent 
4 yrs.-Elson Bros-The Trustle-Pig Roasts- 
The Pit-Wild Turkey-The Old Manage- 
ment- Cabin outings-You've seen it. Base- 
ment People-etc.-and all that could not 
sink or swim was just left there to float. 
Landscape/ Nursery Club-Officer 

SULLIVAN. KEVIN S. 
751 Goodwin Street 
East Hartford, Ct. 06108 

TOMLINSON. THOMAS CHARLES 
R.D. 2 Box 237 
Newton. Pa. 18940 

Thanks Mom and Dad for your love and 
support through 4 tough years. Though 
the years were tough they were great. 
Sax section votes "NO ". Good luck to my 
fellow O.H. /Landscape majors and all my 
friends in the future. 
Band-4 years. Band pres. 3 years. 

TOUTKOUSHIAN. JEAN M. 
P.O. Box 973 
Doylestown. Pa 18901 

Heres to all the good times at DVC-Up 
the flagpole. Cross Country-running id- 
iots. Toilet papered cars (JD), Tubing 
down the Delaware. Snow Sitting, Fire- 
works from the gym roof, and pool par- 
ties. Thanks to all my good friends-Cran- 
ney bird, Trimbles, Mentoes, Plug, you all 
made it bearable. 

Cross Country-4 years, Track-4 years 

TRIMBLE, ELIZABETH 
819 Woodland Road 
Ingamar, Pa. 15127 

You are a wonderful, worthy and loveable 
person. Appreciate that about yourself. 
No one has ever been or ever will be, 
quite like you. You are an individual, an 
original, and all those things that make 
you uniquely you are deserving of love. 
To my friends, I'll miss you all. 

Landscape/Nursery Club-Tres.. Wom- 
ens Cross Country and Track, O.H. 
Club 

WAGNER, SUSAN 
750 Tiffany Avenue 
River Vale, N.J. 07675 

Ter, Tarn and Dee great 4 years together- 
Freshman year the besti Great talks with 
Janice in the bathroom. Thanks. Gail too. 
for everything. Thanks-Mom. Dad. Ed, 
Jim, Cheryl and "Gary". 

Cross Country, Spring Track, IM Floor 
Hockey, Volleyball, Landscape/Nursery 
Club, O.H. Club. 

WHEELER, E. CHRISTINE 
480 Old Oaks Road 
Fairfield, Ct. 06432 

Miller high life. Hi Jill, Oh I mean Chris, 
Buzzy, Cooked 2nd's, Stoner parties. 
What a long strange trip it's been. John, 
Zonk, roadtrips to Smitty's cabin, Rizzo's. 
Neds. GBOS, Thanks Mom and Dad for all 
your love and support. 



Landscape/ Nursery Club. Radio Sta- 
tion Club 

WOJCIK. JILL 
431 Center St. 
Phillipsburg. N.J. 08865 

Mom and Dad, thanks for your love and 
supporti Cooke 2nd "Stoners", my side- 
kick Buzzy, Wojo who? Bountiful week- 
ends. Miller High-life, all nighters, 
"You've all seen it", Chris and Nancy, 
thanks for being such super roomies! 
Good luck and fare well fellow aggiesi 
Landscape/ Nursery Club, FFA, Phila- 
delphia Flower Show. I.M. Floor Hockey 
and Softball, A-Day Rep., Homecoming 
Oueen Rep. '79 

ZIELINSKI, JOHN PAUL 
1703 San Gabriel Drive 
York, Pa. 17402 

Greatful Dead. WDVC radio station will 
rise again, Chris and John's room, let's go 
running, GBOS, Smitty's Cabin, Harmoni- 
ca man, blues, I'm hungry, pit crew- bev- 
erages. Can I hand it in next week? 
Cross Country, Radio Station. Land- 
scape/ Nursery Club 




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PARENT PATRONS AND SPONSORS 



*Dr. fe Mrs. Michael h. Avallone 

Mr. i, Mrs Robert W. Baker 

Mr. i Mrs. Kenneth Beer 

Kenneth li Carolyn Berkenstock 

Mr. 6 Mrs H H Blake 

Mrs. B Blauvelt 

'Bernadette Bobenrieth 

*Mr. i, Mrs. Charles Bolesta 

Mr. t Mrs. bdward W. Brake 

C. M. Breming 

Mr. fe Mrs. George Brooks 

Mr. i Mrs. Henry Bukowski 

George & Jeanne Bulanchuk 

Charles & Carol Burkett 

Mr. 6 Mrs. Lewis Cassell 

Mr. i Mrs. Robert H. Charles 

Dr. 6 Mrs. Joseph Cirotti 

Lambert 6 Marge Cissel 

Dr. i, Mrs. Edward C. Clawson 

*Mr. i Mrs. William Claxton 

Mr. & Mrs. N. A. Claypoole 

Dr. and Mrs. Edward W. Closson 

Mr. i Mrs. Robert O. Constable 

Mr. & Mrs. William J. Dagostin 

Mr. 6 Mrs. Nelson Dayber 

*Mr. & Mrs. Joseph C. Dell Jr. 

Irene Delorenzo 

Mr. 6 Mrs. K. T. Delvalle 

Mr. & Mrs. Aubrey W. Diefenbach 

Orville & Rita Douglas 

LeRoy & Donna Edwards 

Mr. & Mrs. Wesley Emmons 

Loyd i Janet Eshenaur 

Morris 6 Marilyn Fabian 

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Fine 

Mr. i Mrs. Ernest Fink 

Mr. & Mrs. Samuel R. Fry 

George fe Claire Gerner 

Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Gill 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Graham 

Richard § Lillian Grajewski 

*Mr. John F. Groutkonske 

Mrs. Ludwick Grutnajer 

Anne & Tom Hall 

Mr. fe Mrs. John W. Hallman 

Mr. & Mrs. George Hamann 

Mr. 6 Mrs. Daniel A. Hansen 

'Joseph i Carolee Harby 

Dr. William H. Hardesty 

Mr. i Mrs. Robert Hartung 

*Mr. & Mrs. Larry J. Heffner 

Doris § Karl Heilerick 



Les 6 Bernice Hergenrother 

Susan Heuneman 

Robert fe Dons Homquisi 

*Mr. i Mrs. Lawrence E. Horning 

Robert E. Hudak 

*Dr. k Mrs. C. Murray Jenkins 

Mr. i, Mrs. William R. Jennings 

Mr. i Mrs. Charles Johns 

Mr. & Mrs. F. G. Judd 

Mr. fe Mrs. H. J. Kasprzak 

Mr. fe Mrs. Edwin J. Keleher 

Mom i Pop's Kelly 

Gerald 6 Barbara Kelsh 

Mr. i, Mrs. Stephen Landis 

*The Lazowski Family 

Carl 6 Mary Larceri 

Anthony Lorincz 

Mr. i Mrs. Cosmo Losco 

*Camille Lyden 

Mr. & Mrs. Louis Lynn 

Mr. 6 Mrs. Ian F. Mackay 

Dr. & Mrs. Robert S. Martin 

Mr. fe Mrs. Richard McCarthy 

Mr. i, Mrs. Joseph P. McGarry 

Mr. i Mrs. Vincent B. McLaughlen 

Donald & Frana S. McPherson 

Mr. 6 Mrs. Richard S. Miller 

The Montagnolis' 

Louis i Sandra Muckenfuss 

*Mr. i Mrs. C. J. Nanartowicz 

Ann M. O'Day 

•Mr. & Mrs. Carl L. Ohiinger Sr. 

Dr. & Mrs. Thomas Peck 

'Henry & Bernice Poage 

'Mr. & Mrs. Daniel J. Poernik 

'Stanley & Marianne Porambo 

'Edward S. Prickett 

'Mr. & Mrs. Samuel P. Radazzo 

Patricia & Frank Reed Jr. 

'Mr. & Mrs. David S. Reeder 

'Mr. i Mrs. Fred Richart 

'Leonard P. Ridge 

Mr. 6 Mrs. Donald H. Robbins 

Lee & Clara Robinson 

Mr. & Mrs. George C. Robinson Jr. 

Joan i Bill Rogers 

Don % Betty Rogge 

Rossi % Co. 

Mr. % Mrs. Richard Rutherford 

William J. Ryan 

Mr. & Mrs. Gerald L. Saber 

Mr. & Mrs. John SaluskI 



*Mr. 6 Mrs. Donald Sausser 

Stanley t Ruth Savaryn 

Mr. i Mrs. Alfred H. Schober 

Jane Schuen 

Mr. i, Mrs. Willis H. Simpson Jr. 

Donald S. Slater 

Ed & Marge Smith 

Mr. i Mrs. Willis H. Simpson Jr. 

Donald S. Slater 

Ed & Marge Smith 

Mr. fe Mrs. William Wallace Smith 

*Mr. k Mrs. W. Paul Somers Jr. 

Mr. i Mrs. Edward A. Sosinski 

Dick i Barbara Spahr 

Mr. & Mrs. Francis L. Spieker Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank R. Sprangue 

'Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Stella 

David fe Mildred Stiks 

Mr. i Mrs. M. Charles Stout 

Alfonso Suarez 

Lucille Sudano 

Barry & Paline Swineford 

'Jerre & Linda Tellgheder 

'John C. Triol 

'Mr. & Mrs. Robert N. Trumbauer 

Mr. fe Mrs. William E. Turner 

Mr. i Mrs. John Urban 6 Family 

Mr. 6 Mrs. Robert K. Voll 

'The Wajda Family 

Mr. fe Mrs. John B. Ward 

'Dr. & Mrs. Howard Warner 

Barry & Jerry Wastenberg 

'John Wataha 

'Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Wecht 

'Mr. i Mrs. Bernard Weinstein 

Mr. fe Mrs. John L. Werner 

Mr. & Mrs. John W. Williams 

'Karen Williamson 

Mr. & Mrs. William J. Wojcik 

'Mr. 6 Mrs. V. Alan Wolek 

'Dr. & Mrs. John Wolfe 

Charles Wollaston 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Zanzalari 

'Mr. i Mrs. Joseph S. Ziccardi 

' marks Cornucopia patrons 

Alumni Patrons 
'Camille Lyden 'SI 
'Burton L. Klein '34 
'Peter D. Loughlin '75 
'Nate Moser '32 



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Happ Contractors Inc. 
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EDITOR'S MESSAGE 



I hope you all have enjoyed looking through DVC's windows 1983. 1 have mixed feelings as I reach the final page of what I 
consider a fine piece of work. 

To the staff of this years Cornucopia, THANKS for all your help in making this book special. Diane and Nick thanks is not 
enough. I couldn't have completed this book without your unending dedication. I wish next years staff the very best. 

I also need to give thanks to some special people who gave an awful lot of support to both yearbook and myself. Tony, 
Linda and your staff for your great photography. Thank you for being there taking pictures with your special touch. 

To Mrs. Sangston and Mrs. Powell, Thanks for your support and interest in the book. A special thanks for listening to my 
problems and making them seem not so bad. Mr. O'Brien for helping me to meet by deadlines, I couldn't have done it 
without you. 

Mr. Sauer, To you a thank you is not enough. There are many times when without you being there I would have given up. 
You were there to listen to my troubles and were always ready to help. THANK YOUII 

To my friends thanks for listening and putting up with me and yearbook. At times when I was down you guys made me 
feel a lot better. 

To my Mom and Dad I thank you for your support and guidance you gave me especially this year. Thanks for caring and 
understanding. 

For me this has been one of the most challenging experiences of my life. I've learned a lot from doing this booki it has 
taught me a great deal. In a way I'm sad to see it endi but I look forward to seeing the completed work and hope that all of 
you will enjoy the 1983 Cornucopia 



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