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DELAWARE VALLEY COLLEGE 

PRESENTS 
THE 1987 CORNUCOPIA 



ADVISOR 
Mr. Sauer 

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 
Cynthia Donough 

CO-EDITOR 
Karen Doyle 

LAYOUT EDITOR 
Cynthia Donough 

PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR 
Karen Doyle 

SPORTS EDITOR 
Sharon Chapman 

AND STAFF 

Beth Bevins 
John Litzke 
Sheila Smith 
Juliet Squier 
Ched Baker 
Tom Await 
Dana Kalins 
Ken Caro 

The Cornucopia is published annually by Jostens Printing 
and Publishing Co., P.O. Box 297, State College, PA 16801. 

Anthony's Studios, 611 and Bristol Road, Warrington, PA, 
18976, is the Photography Studio for the Cornucopia. 



CONTENTS 




\ Freshman 
' Page 104 

Sophomores 
Page 108 

Juniors 
Page 112 



Introduction 
Page 4 

Dedication 
Page 8 

In Memory Of Dr. Peter Click, 





Page 9 





Administration 
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Faculty 
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Seniors 
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Senior Memories 
Page 136 

Senior Trip 
Page 162 

Graduation 
Page 168 



Student Activities 

And Organizations 

Page 174 




Dedication 



Joshua Feldstein 




We, the members of the yearbook 
staff, are proud to dedicate the 1987 
Cornocopia to Dr. Joshua Feldstein. Af- 
ter serving the college for the past 47 
years, the last 12 as president, Dr. Feld- 
stein had decided to hang up the cleats 
and enjoy a well deserved retirement. 
"I view this as a new beginning for my- 
self and for the College," said Dr. Feld- 
stein. "For me, it will be a challenge. 
The college has been my life and 1 in- 
tend to stay closely associated with it." 

Joshua Feldstein immigrated to the 
United States from Lithuania in 1939 
and enrolled in the National Farm 
School where he graduated with a di- 
ploma in Horticulture in 1942. He re- 
ceived his Bachelor of Science degree 
from the National Agricultural College 
in 1952. 

Following graduation, he joined the 
instructional staff at the Farm School as 



an assistant instructor and did post 
graduate work in agricultural machin- 
ery. Dr. Feldstein attended Rutgers 
University where he received his Mas- 
ters degree in Horticulture in 1956 and 
his Ph.D in Horticulture in 1962. He 
became Professor of Horticulture at 
Delaware Valley in 1965 and chaired 
the Horticulture Department from 
1959 to 1969. He was named Chairman 
of the Plant Science Department in 
1966. 

In 1969, he was appointed Associate 
Dean of Delaware Valley College, be- 
coming Dean in 1973. Dr. Feldstein was 
elected President of the college by the 
Board of Trustees and assumed office 
on July 15, 1975. 

Among the notable accomplish- 
ments of Dr. Feldstein's 12 years as 
president is the addition of two new 
academic majors: Agribusiness in 1983 



and Computer Information Systems 
Management in 1984. An extensive ef- 
fort to renovate existing buildings and 
add new structures was also undertak- 
en. The James Work Memorial Stadium 
was completed in the fall of 1978. Later 
years saw the construction of the Agri- 
cultural Machinery Complex, dedica- 
tion of the Center for Animal Husband- 
ry (1980), the addition to the 
Greenhouse Laboratory, which in- 
cludes landscape design room, floricul- 
ture laboratory and faculty offices 
(1983), and the opening of the Sydney j. 
Markovitz Equine Facility (1984). 

In his retirement, Dr. Feldstein will 
remain an integral part of the Delaware 
Valley College faculty and family. 
Thank you for your leadership and 
friendship and health and happiness in 
your retirement. 



Dedication/ 8 



IN MEMORY OF 

DR. PETER CLICK, JR. 

1922-1986 



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Perter Click, jr. Received his Bache- 
lor of Arts degree from Princeton Uni- 
versity in 1945, his Bachelor of Science 
from Trenton State College in 1948 and 
his Master of Education and Doctor of 
Education from Rutgers University in 
1949 and 1962 respectively. He joined 
the Faculty of our College in 1948 and 
continued to serve with distinction and 
outstanding dedication until his un- 
timely death in September, 1986. Dr. 
Click had a varied and fulfilling career. 
He was proud of his heritage, our Col- 
lege and our country. He served as a 
Marine Corps Officer during World 
War II and part of the Korean War with 
combat duty on Okinawa and Civil Af- 
fairs duty in North China and as a Tac- 
tics Officer at Camp Pendelton, Califor- 
nia. . He served as Captain of Margate 
City Beach Patrol in New Jersey from 
1948-1968. 

At our College, Dr. Click served as 
Assistant Professor of Political Science, 
Associate Professor of General Studies 
and as Professor of Liberal Arts. He was 
the Chairman of the Division of liberal 



Arts from 1980 until his demise. . . Dr. 
Click was very interested and excep- 
tionally active in College affairs. He 
served in many capacities: Director of 
Graduate Placement, Director of Ath- 
letics, Recruiter for the Office of Ad- 
missions, Football Coach, Faculty Advi- 
sor to the Student Government, 
Chairman and Member of numerous 
Faculty Committees and Chairman of 
the College's Middle States Evaluation 
Coordinating Committee in 1962. 

Dr. Click has published several books 
and numerous articles in various news- 
papers and magazines. He wrote a col- 
umn on a weekly basis in the 
Intelligencer. 

Dr. Peter Click, Jr. was an outstand- 
ing teacher. He taught Political Sci- 
ence, American History, Foreign Affairs 
and Speech at our College. His lectures 
were highly organized, informative and 
presented in an enthusiastic manner. 
He continually challenged his students 
and colleagues to do their very best. He 
enjoyed athletics and the fine arts. He 
was happily married for more than 30 



years to his beautiful wife, Mary Lou, 
who preceded him in death. Dr. Click, 
who was my personal friend, was always 
ready to help the College and the stu- 
dents. His broad and sincere smile and 
firm handshake were his trademarks. In 
good times and in difficult times he 
would come forth with concrete sug- 
gestions and with moderate views. He 
was a peacemaker and a problem 
solver. 

His name will be perpetuated at the 
College by his many accomplishments 
and through the Dr. and Mrs. Peter 
Click, jr. Scholarship Fund which they 
established in 1982 and to which Dr. 
Click willed a substantial sum of 
monies. 

I and many others will miss his coun- 
sel, support and friendship. Dr. Peter 
Click, jr. will always be remembered by 
all who were privileged to know him. 

Joshua Feldstein 




Willetta K. Gourley, Assistant Secretary of the Judy Bitto, Secretary and Administrative Aide 
Corporation 



Oskar H. Larsson, Registar 



Administration/12 




Joseph P. Ferry, Jr., Director of Public Relations Anne Shobert, Assistant Director of Public 

Relations 



Paul Schatschneider, Business Manager 






Gerald Handler, Chairman of Division of Con- Linda A. Dolby, Director of Alumni Affairs and Richard A. Lazarus, Director of Computer 
tinuing Education Director of Annual Giving Services 




Elmer G. Reiter, Jr., Assistant Treasurer of the 
Corporation 



Ms. Ely, Payroll 



Rita Chrismer, Employee Benefits Counselor 



Adminislration/13 




Mrs. Wenhold, Bookkeeper 



Mrs. Stanley, Secretary to Dean Mertz and Lionel Ingrid Rasmussen, Secretary to Registrar 

Adelson 



Administration/ 14 




H. William Craver, Director of Placement and Mrs. Crazloso, Secretary to Placement Director Joseph E. Fulcoly, Director of Slucfoni Counseling 
Applied Programs Services 



Administration 




Sauer, Director of Financial Aid Dolores Sangston, Assistant to the Director of Daniel Damweber, Assistant Director of 

Financial Aid Admissions 





Stephen W. Zenko, Director of Admissions Phyllis Stille, Assistant to the Director of 

Admissions 



Pamela W. Cazda, Admissions Counselor 



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Phyllis H. Shields, Assistant Director of 
Admissions 





Elaine McGeady, Admissions Secretary 



Administration/ 16 




Frank Wolfgang; Asst. Director of Athletics, Di- f,jnk Messind, Asst Footbjll Cudch 

rector of Intramurals, Head Coach of Baseball 



Jack Mazak; Asst. Football Coach 



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Mildred Waddington, R.N. 



Claudia Cornell, R.N. 



Joanne Fischer, R.N. 



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Mrs. Price, Secretary to the Library 



Mrs. Sell, Periodicals 



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Janet Klaessig, Librarian, Reference and Mrs. Sergeant, Assistant Librarian 

Periodicals 



Mrs. DeMatteo, Assistant Librarian 



Administration/ 20 



Not Pictured- June Bitzer, Librarian and Judith Davidson, Me- 
dia Specialist 



Secretarial Staff 




Mrs. Mileen Altier, Sec. to Dairy, Animal Hus- Mrs. Noonan, Sei . lo Chcni , Uiu., f,l. ^''' ''''« Hinklc, S(( to Hort,, Agribusiness, 

bandry Depts. Agronomy Depts, 






Mrs. Donna Lazarus, Sec. to Orn. Hort. Dept. 



Sue Craig, Computer Room 



Dorthey Koch, Sec. to Business, CISM Depts 



Auxiliary Services 




vlr. Larry Hepner, General Manager of Farm Daniel Alexander, Superintendent of 
Operations Greenhouses 



Mr. Decker, Manager of Student Center 



Adminislration/21 





Michael Pence, Chief of Security 






Loretta Landes, Security 




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Bob Spratt, Security 



Norm Lies, Security 



Abraham Rellis, Propagator of Ornamental Plants 




Dr. Bachin, Vet. Pathologist at the Diagnostic 
Center 



Administration/ 22 




Judy Wiedman 



Jack Kressley 



Office Staff 




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As you join the ranks of your profession we congratulate you for your current 
achievement. From now throughout your career you will be discharging responsi- 
bilities for others. Maintain your integrity and persistance and you will enjoy both 
the processes and the achievement of your goals. 

John Avery 



Dr. Thomas D. Cordrey 



Mr. Larry D. Hepner 



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Mr. Larry D. Morris 




On behalf of the Agronomy Faculty, I want to congratulate you all for success- 
fully completing four years of unc^ergraduate education. Based on past experi- 
ence we do not have any doubt whatever that you will be successful in your 
chosen careers and that you will continue to do what our graduates before you 
have done - to promote through your example the good name and reputation of 
Delaware Valley College. 

Dr. Julian Prundeanu, Chairman 
Agronomy Department 



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Dr. Ronald R. Muse 



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To the Animal Husbandry Class of 1987: 

On behalf of the faculty and staff of the Animal Husbandry Department, I would 
like to congratulate each of you on completion of your baccalaureate degree and 
wish you every success as you begin your career. 

Although each of you may have a different career awaiting you, use the knowl- 
edge and experience you have gained while at Delaware Valley to begin a mean- 
ingful, enjoyable, and productive life. Also remember that learning does not end 
with graduation - it has just begun. 

Again, best wishes for a successful and happy future. 

Sincerely 

Fredrick R. Hofsaess 




Dr. Craig Hill 



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Dr. Linda Bachin 



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Mr. Joel Markeveys 




Dr. John Mortz 



Mr, )ohn Standins 



Dr. Richard E. Mulstay 



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May the knowledge, the friendships and the wisdom acquired in the last four 
years bring bright and happy tomorrows. 

Thank You 

Dr. Montileone 




Mr. Edward J. McCool 



Mr. Elmer C. Reiter 



Faculty/30 




Chemistry Graduates - Class of '87 
Congratulations and Best Wishes! 

As you enter the real world remember the quotation from Horace, "He who 
has begun is half done. Dare to be wise; begin!" The Chemistry faculty and I have 
enjoyed being a part of your professional training and are glad that you spent your 
undergraduate years with us. Your diligence, cooperation, and interest were 
appreciated and we would encourage your to remain current in your field and to 
put your chemical expertise to good use. 

Keep in touch. We enjoy hearing from alumni, and need your support and 
interest in the years to come. 

Robert S. Orr 
Professor & Chairman 
Chemistry Department 





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Dr. Joseph P. Stenson 



Dr. Richard C. Lugar 





Dr. Edward Goldberg 



Dr. Charles W. Weber 



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Dr. Richard A. Lazarus 



Dr. Boyd W. Ghering 



Dr. Theodore Christie 




Faculty/32 




Congratulations and best wishes from the Dairy Department on completing 
your undergraduate education. As you take your place among the colleagues in 
your field we feel confident that your college training will enable you to stand 
among the elite. We have enjoyed working with you and wish you every success 
and look forward to hearing from each of you in the years to come. 

John R. Plummer 

Chairman, Dairy Husbandry Dept. 



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Congratulations, food technologists. We hope you will find satisfaction and 
pleasure - along with the hard work which will surely be required of you - 
whether you have chosen to pursue your goals in industry, government or 
graduate school. Keep in touch - we are proud of you. 

Dr. Mary S. Palumbo 



Dr. Mary S. Palumbo/Chairman 





Mr. Richard Martin Domme 



Mr. William Lee Porter 



Faculty/34 





Dr. Craig Hi 




On behalf of the Horticulture faculty and staff, I want to extend our sincere 
congratulations and best wishes to each member of the Class of 1987. You have 
attained a major goal in life with the completion of your basic professional 
education, and with continued hard work you will be successful. 

It is our hope that each of you will reflect on your college years with fond 
memories and find that the education and experience obtained here at Delaware 
Valley College were adequate to meet the challenges and demands of your new 
jobs. 

Sincerely, 

Dr. Neil J. Vincent, Chairman 
Horticulture Department 



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Thanks for choosing D.V.C. to be your academic environment. May you consid- 
er what you have spent here in effort and wealth on your curricular and extra- 
curricular education an investment in yourself. And may your lives create attrac- 
tive monuments that others will admire and emulate. 

Dr. Richard C. Ziemer, 
Acting Chairman Liberal Arts 



Dr. Richard C. Ziemer, Acting Chairman 




Mrs. Sally Smith 



Faculty/36 




Mrs. )oann N. Roberts (Far right) 




Faculty/37 



Congratulations on your accomplishments. May your experiences at Del Val be 
a catalyst for a very successful future life and the time you spent in Mathematics 
and Physics be profitable in your career. Stay in touch. 

Best wishes, 

Francis G. Hofstaedter 




Dr. Charles W. Weber 



James H. Popham 



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the best from me and the entire O.H. family ^ 




Mr. Frederick H. Ray 



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1986-87 Cheerleaders (L to R.), Donna 
Hayek, Sue Bittell, Donna Albert, Jo- 
anne Wullert, Monique Pazzalia, Mi- 
chelle Chrismer, Dawn Koch, Lisa Kar- 
done. Donna Chester, Mascot - Steph- 
anie Dickson 




Cheerleaders/44 




Cheerleaders/45 






Football i 




1986 Football Team: Row 1- T. Lewandowski, C. 
Heiber, J. Hannon, T. Goll, M. Heisy, B. Clapp, G. 
Currie, W. Kobryznski, T. Voell, S. Clark, J. Wil- 
son, J. Bello, ). Harby, M. Butcher, M. Williams, ). 
Perkins Row 2- A. Trupiano, B. Fox, M. Malec, S. 
D'Ambra, J. Wood, J. Wilson, R. Simononis, B. 
Nolan, T. Makowski, S. McGlone, C. Snyder, M. 
Lewandowski, D. McDyer, S. Cliver, L. Roth- 
maller, C. Carter Row 3- C. Kurilla, ). Porchetta, 
K. Mellema, C. Zaffarano, L. Reaver, J. George, ). 
Sukeena, D. Hannichick, H. Kasprzak, F. D'An- 
gelo, D. Nolter, ). Yaich, F. McKeough, D. Perry 
D. Zecchino, V. Bedesem, K. Zaieskie Row 4- B 
Hoffman, S. Hasson, T. Hack, D. Reigle, F. Gilbert 
P. Liquori, R. Tranquillo, M. Hamm, J. Ford, A 
Mantella, T. Sandone, P. Leinbach, E. Arnold, B 
Kennedy, ). Zellers, D. Ellison, M. Lewandowsk 
Row 5- M. Gambone, C. Riley, ). White, B. Cimo- 
chowski, J. Reiser, G. Lakitsky, C. Boyer, E. 
Widmer, D. Mraz, |. Fox, D. Weisenberg, M. Rea- 
son, C. Walton, D. Zaborowski, R. Kwaitkowski, 
C. Butterworth Row 6- N, Helewski, B. Crawford, 
K. Stevins, L. Burkhardt, B. Clair, J. Ackley, B. 
Jones, D. Miller, S. Marchetti, ].]. Coutts, ). Alb- 
nay, R. Mitros, T. Banner, T. Hess, B. Wilson, R. 
Nazareta, K. Fry Row 7- A. Hartzell, T. Moran, B. 
Kupinski, S. Kelly, S. Skuse, D. Nolter, M. Lynch, 
B. Stamm, J. Powell, J. Schweikert, ). Kaukowski, 
S. Hoilinger, P. Kanigoski, B. Koperna, A. Hower 
Row 8- J. Yeager, J. Barr, E. Drumgold, S. Hohen- 
stein, J. Mazak, B. Sweda, E. Smith, A. Wilson, J. 
Foley, F, Massino, S. Hayward, D. Feldstein, S. 
SucoloskI, J. Sweeny, C. Smith 






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RESULTS: 








DVC 
DVC 


8, Juniata 40 
33, Lebanon Valley 3 


DVC 


0, 


Gettysburg 


36 


DVC 


7, Lycoming 30 


DVC 


31, 


Albright 





DVC 


20, Wilkes 24 


DVC 


0, 


Susquehanna 


7 






DVC 


0, 


Moravian 





OVERALL RECORD: 3-6-1 


DVC 


5, 


Upsala 





MIDDLE ATLANTIC CONFERENCE RECORD: 3- 


DVC 


0, 


Widener 


17 


5-1 






Football/47 




Football/48 




The DelVal football team experi- 
enced a disappointing 1986 campaign, 
posting a 3-6-1 overall record and a 3- 
5-1 mark in the Middle Atlantic 
Conference. 

Dfspite the disappointing team re- 
cord, there were a number of fine indi- 
vidual performances during the season. 
Running back Jim Wilson, linebacker 



Vince Bedesem and defensive back 
Steve Clark were all honored by both 
the MAC and the ECAC as Players of 
the Week for three different games. 

With a solid nucleus of players re- 
turning and a fine crop of freshman re- 
cruits coming in, DVC football will be 
looking to get back on top in 1987. 




Football/49 



Soccer . . 



. . . Alive And Kicking 




THE 1986 SOCCER TEAM: (Kneeling) Matt Chupalio, Jeff Neary, Phil Rocabaldo, Chris Freudig, Dar 
Rothenheber, Don Nardi, John McQuade. (Standing) Coach Marshall, Paul Ajemian, Steve Eighty, Joe 
DeStefano, Ray Shilling, Gerry Saul, Kelvin Hatch, Andy Wagner, Alex Simpson, Coach Simpson. 



Soccer/50 



Senior Captain Dan Rothenheber and Coach Bob 
Simpson. 





RESULTS 








DVC 





Wilkes 


2 


DVC 


0, 


Allentown 


1 


DVC 


0, 


Swarthmore 


5 


DVC 


0, 


Drew 


4 


DVC 


2, 


Muhlenberg 


1 


DVC 


0, 


Widener 


2 


DVC 


0, 


Haverford 


8 


DVC 


1, 


Spring Garden 


1 


DVC 


2, 


Albright 


5 


DVC 


0, 


Cabrini 


5 


DVC 


0, 


Beaver 


2 


DVC 


0, 


Ursinus 


2 


DVC 


0, 


Upsala 


1 


DVC 


0, 


Scranton 


9 


DVC 


2, 


Lycoming 





DVC 


2, 


FDU Madison 


5 


DVC 


0, 


Washington 


1 


DVC 


1, 


Moravian 


2 



Although the 1986 soccer season did 
not turn out to be as successful as we 
had anticipated with regard to wins and 
losses, the team showed much promise 
for next year. With the loss of only two 
seniors, Dan Rothenheber and Doug 
Rumberger, we have an excellent nu- 
cleus to start the 1987 season. 

There were times during the season 
that we played very good to excellent 
basic fundamental soccer and it was re- 
flected in the scores of those games. 
However, due to our inconsistency, we 
suffered some losses at the feet of 
teams that were not of our caliber. 

Our overall season record of 2-16-1 
is not really a true picture of the team's 
play. We just could not finish goal at- 
tempts off. We lost nine games by two 
goals of less. 

We are looking forward to a much 
improved season in 1987. 

Coach Simpson 
To A great bunch of guys, good luck 
next year.- BB 





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Soccer/53 




Cross Country 









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THE 1986 DVC CROSS COUNTRY TEAM: (First 
row) Dave Spotts, Tony Donefrio, Kathy Lunova, 
Deanna Smith, Tom Await. (Second row): John 
Thompson, Bill Brodsky, Gary Kampmeyer, Mark 
Brinsky, Jim Enoch, Sean Miller. (Standing): Coa- 
ch Dr. Berthold, Monica Etzwieler, Kim Finer, 
Trish Moritz, Coach Laura. 




TOSS Country/54 




MEN'S RESULTS: 




DVC 


43, 


Haverford 


20 


DVC 


16, 


Pharmacy 


43 


DVC 


32, 


Kings 


24 


DVC 


22, 


Wilkes 


39 


DVC 


30, 


Moravian 


26 


DVC 


43, 


Susquehanna 


20 


DVC 


17, 


Widener 


42 


DVC 


39, 


Textile 


21 


DVC 


15, 


Pharmacy 


45 


DVC 


30, 


Albright 


25 



10th place Allentown Invitational, 14th 
place Middle Atlantic Conference 
Championships, 19th place Division III 
Regional Championships 



WOMEN'S RESULTS: 




DVC 


49, 


Haverford 


15 


DVC 


24, 


Pharmacy 


33 


DVC 


19, 


Kings 


39 


DVC 


25, 


Wilkes 


30 


DVC 


48, 


Moravian 


15 


DVC 


19, 


Widener 


40 


DVC 


47, 


Swarthmore 


16 


DVC 


48, 


Albright 


15 



14th place Middle Atlantic Conference 
Championships, 16th place Division Mi 
Regional Championships. 




Off And Running 



Cross Country/5S 





Volleyball 



THE 1986 VOLLEYBALL TEAM: (Seated) Vicky 
Keener. (Kneeled) Chris Gerlach, Demaris Mon- 
tenez, Sharon Chapman, Connie Hajioannou, 
Lori Ortiz. (Standing) Coach Barry Fox, Sue 
Stolzer, Michelle Morgan, Debbie Stockhouse, 
Trish Dollarton, Donna Bradley, Pam Frey. 





Volleyball/56 





The 1986 Volleyball season ended 
with a dissappointing record of 7 wins 
and 10 losses, however, their M.A.C. 
record was 3-2 placing them third in 
their division. The performance of the 
team was very up and down. The way 
everyone played was different from 
game to game with no consistency. This 
resulted in the team losing several 
games that should and could have been 
won. A possible reason for the team's 
lack of consistency may have been a 
result from the fact that the team could 
not participate in two tournaments that 
Del Val had been a part of in previous 
years. Not playing in these tournaments 
gave the volleyball team fewer games 
to play in the early part of the season, 
possibly a lack of cohesion between the 
players. The volleyball team was led by 
Captain Vicki Keener, who has been a 
consistent and steady setter for the 4 
years that she played. She was also 
awarded M.V.P. at the end of the 1986 
volleyball season. Making up the rest of 
the starting team in 1986 was juniors 
Sharon Chapman (Sharon was nominat- 
ed to the all conference M.A.C. team) 
and Connie Hajioannou. They were the 
two outside hitters and blockers and an 
overall fine performance. Sophomore 
Trish Doilarton and freshman Donna 
Bradley were the two excellent power 
house middle hitters and blockers that 
were always on the ball. Deb, Demaris, 
Lori, Chris, Michelle, Sue and Pam were 
all very important and played a neces- 
sary part in the success of the volleyball 
team. The 1986 team is looking forward 
to improving on this years record by 
blending new players with experienced 
ones. 



Digging For More!! 



Volleyball/57 




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Volleyball/59 



Men's Varsity Basketball 




Men's Basketball/60 



"Stick" for two 



Boone with a "Big Boy" rebound 



Cabrini 67, DVC 65 (OT) 

DVC 113, Beaver 67 

Eastern 71, DVC 59 

DVC 68, Ursinus 64 

DVC 63, Kings 62 

FDU Madison 81, DVC 64 

DVC 78, Drew 76 

DVC 97, Eli;^abethtown 76 

Albright 70, DVC 67 

DVC 73, Wilkes 63 

Catholic 69, DVC 63 

DVC 61, Allentown 50 

DVC 73, Muhlenberg 69 (OT) 

Susquehanna 54, DVC 53 

DVC 75, Juniata 71 

DVC 81, Moravian 66 

Scranton 71 , DVC 73 

Wilkes 71, DVC 75 

Spring Garden 85, DVC 82 

DVC 62, Scranton 61 

DVC 92, Messiah 80 

DVC 78, FDU Madison 62 

Kings 99, DVC 83 

DVC 90, Lycoming 88 

DVC 72, Drew 70 








"Cut the shit guys. Lets play ball" Coach Workheiser prepares his talented team 



The Delaware Valley Aggies men's basketball 
team ended the 1986-87 season with a 15-10 re- 
cord. This season was the first winning season 
since 1971 and also registered the most winds of 
any D.V.C. Team. There were many highlights 
during the season. The biggest wins of the season 
were the Aggies exciting win over Kings College 
and the victory over Scranton in front of their 
3,000 screaming fans. The coaching staff at D.V.C. 
feels that we have made great strides toward our 
ultimate goals - M.A.C. Championship and 
M.A.C. play-offs. With the whole team returning 
and some added strength thru recruiting next 
year should be another banner year, 

Dwight Weldon again led the team in scoring 
and again was selected as the teams M.V.P. 
Dwight was also selected on the All EC. AC. 
team. Joseph Butts received the Coaches Award 
while Mike Sulrynowicg received the Most Im- 
proved Player Award. Freshmen and J.V. player 
received the Calvin Kidder Award for academic 
excellence. 




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Men's J.V. Basketball 




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Women's Basketball 




Top Row: Coach Gary Pento, Darcell Estep, Tammy Petraskie, Trish DoIIarton, Vickie Blazejewski, Stacey 
Yoder, Michelle Shirk, Asst. Coach Pam Spotts; Bottom Row Lisa Long, Loura Rotz, Rhonda Hill, Etta Smith, 
Sharon Chapman, Vickie Mosby 



DVC 81, St. Vincent 56 
Galaudet 79, DVC 69 
DVC 94, Upsala 46 
DVC 73, Drew 41 
DVC 72, Misericordia 63 
Moravian 78, DVC 65 
Scranlon 98, DVC 49 
Albright 70, DVC 66 
Wilkes 88, DVC 60 
Cabrini 67, DVC 61 
Allentown 61, DVC 43 
Kings 68, DVC 62 
DVC 77, Drew 46 
Lebanon Val. 65, DVC 57 
FDU Madison 79, DVC 74 
Spring Garden 89, DVC 77 
Scranton 71, DVC 54 
Kings 70, DVC 55 
FDU Madison 78, DVC 77 
Lycoming 75, DVC 74 
DVC 70, Upsala 48 



The Aggies 1986-87 Season ended with 
a 7-16 record. A young club, the Aggies 
were competitive in all the games they 
played. Unfortunately, losing 4 games by 
one or two points took its toll in the final 
overall season record. With a strong nu- 
cleus, and some promising new recruits 
we are looking optimistically towards our 
next season. 

Awards at this year's banquet were giv- 
en to Etta Smith for Best Defensive Player, 
Michelle Shirk received the Coaches 
Award, Laura Rotz received the Most Im- 
proved Player Award and Darcell Estep for 
this years M.V.P. and High Scorer Award. 





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The Aggie's will lose one player to Graduation this year, 
senior Darcell Estep. Darcell was a very coachable young lady 
and she was a real pleassure to coach for three years. 

Darcell has played exceptionally well since she came to 
D.V.C. in her sophomore year, expecially since she had to 
concentrate on two or three different positions. Some of Dar- 
cell's accomplishments are: she is the second leading scorer in 
the school's history with 828 points - and in only three years of 
playing at D.V.C. She was the 1984-85 M.V.P., received the 
1985-86 Coaches Award, the 1986-87 Division Player of the 
Week for the week of February 9th, also Eastern College Ath- 
letic Conference Player of the Week for February 14th; and last 
but not least, was picked to the All Middle Atlantic Conference 
Team, and Ram Pages Player of the Week. Also D.V.C. would 
like to congradulate Darcell on receiving the Most Prestigious 
Awards; Third Team All-American and Northeast Region, All- 
Region Team. 

It has been a great pleasure having Darcell play for D.V.C. and 
she has to be one of the most outstanding players to come 
through the Delaware Valley College Basketball Program. Her 
shoes will be hard to fill, and I wish Darcell all the best in her 
future endeavors. 




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WRESTLING TEAM: (first row, left tc 
right) Don Nardi, Mike Zarbatany, Phi 
Racobaldo, Rob Alford, Chris Britton 
Shawn Smith, Brian Maschmeyer, Trac) 
Snyder, Bart Campbell, Jim Bodai 
Vince Bedesem, Troy Marshall (seconc 
row) Melissa Burden, Tracy Marshall 
Keliey Hadesty, Ron Burger, Frank 
Pershpalai, Dan Monaghan, Andy Ernst 
Andy Mantella, Garthe Lakitsky, Drew 
Clymer, Chuck Hieber, Darren Alles 
Jeff Barr, Chris Turner, Craig Deacon 
Robert Marshall. (Not Pictured: Rich 
Williams, Dan Canale, Randy Worrell) 



Wrestling "87" 

The Wrestling team ended another excellent season with 17 wins and only two 
losses. 

The team won the MAC's Championships and had seven first individual cham- 
pions. They are: 

Rich Williams- 118 

Jim Bodai- 134 

Shawn Smith- 142 

Tracy Snyder- 150 

Randy Worrell- 167 

Garth Lakitsky- 177 

Vince Bedesem- 190 

Dan Canale also received a third place in MAC's. Three of the DVC wrestlers 
along with being MAC Champions were honored as Ail-American: Shawn Smith, 
Garth Lakitsky and Randy Warrell. 



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Wrestling/70 




Wrestling/71 



Baseball 




BASEBALL TEAM: (first row, left to right) Scott Sucoioski, Tom Lewandowsl<i, Bill Boyle, Paul Leinbach, Chris Boyle (second row) Bob Koperna, Sean 
Kelly, Mike Heisey, Ken Hager, Dave Mraz, Scott Seidel (top row) Head Coach Frank Wolfgang, Lyie Cunningham, Joe Pietrefesa, Mark Rother, 
Seamus McGlone, Tony Sandone, Bill Fox, Assistant Coach Bob Simpson 




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Lyie Cunningham 


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Bill Fox 


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Dave Griscom 


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Ken Hager 


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Men's Track 




MEN'S TRACK TEAM: (first row, left to right) R. Benner, M. Rueb, M. Whigham, M. Brinsky, L. Rothmaller, ). 
Enoch, D. Spotts, J. Wilson (second row) T. Donofrio, P. Sterling, M. Vogeler, C. Delaney, P. Sperry, K. 
Dickmeyer, B. Haward, S. Miller, D. Keich, (third row) J. Bauzon, ). Flukey, T. Makowski, A. Ernst, S. Owens, M. 
Mazur, Keith Alderfer, Steve Caffey (standing) Coach Garriin, ). Dudley, J. Thomsom, T. Allen, J. Brow, D. Miller, 
F. Gilbert, S. Uller, G. Reilly, T. McEllanee, M. Williams, M. Reason, Coach Jeff Acker, Coach Richard Acker. 




DVC men completed a successful 
season aided by the best turnout, 50 
individuals with a strong showing 
among underclassmen. 

Veterans captains Jim Flukey (javalin); 
Steve Caffey (sprints and jumps); David 
Keich (sprints and jumps); David Spotts 
(distance) provided excellent leader- 
ship for the younger squad members. 

Highlights of the season were the 
NCAA qualifying of Jim Flukey in the 
Javalin (60.46 meters) and the outstand- 
ing sprinting of Freshman Marc Rea- 
sons 200 and 400 and relays. 

The MAC points scored was less than 
anticipated, due to the rash of big inju- 
ries before and during the MAC's. The 
outlook for trach and field is very 
bright for the green and gold. 

Most Valuable Mens Track Award 
went to Marc Reasons. Most Valuable 
Mens Field Award went to James 
Flukey. 

RESULTS: 

Susquehanna Invitational, March 28 
Javelin- James Flukey- 3rd place 
High Jump- David Keich- 3rd place 

April 8- DVC, 57 Moravian, 88 
April 11- DVC, 120 Muhlenburg, 47 
April 15- DVC, 71 Lycoming, 6 
April 18- Rutgers Relays 

1600 Relay- 3rd place 
April 21- DVC 120.5 Widener, 24.5 
April 24- Penn Relays 

1600 Relay- 3rd place 
April 24- Millersville Invitational 

Javelin- Jim Flukey- 2nd place 

200- Marc Reasons- 2nd place 
May 1st and 2nd — MAC's 

4X100 Relay- 3rd (Rothmaller, Williams, Dick- 
meyer, Wilson) 

4X400 Relay- 4th (Williams, Enoch, Rueb, 
Reasons) 

200- Marc Reasons- 2nd place 

400- Marc Reasons- 3rd place 

Javelin- Jim Flukey- 2nd place 




Men's Track/ 76 




Track/ 77 



Women's Track 




WOMEN'S TRACK TEAM: (first row, left to right) Connie Hajioannou, Sharon Chapman, 
Tracy Marshall, Liz D., Deanna Smith (second row) Coach Garvin, Donna Albert, Debbie 
Stackhouse, Kia Ireland, Coach Richard Acker, Tina Drey, Coach Jeff Acker, Laura 
Chukawski. 




A small but dedicated squad of II 
women, had their best season of 5-1 
with a fifth place finish in the MAC's ir 
many years. 

Led by sophomore Randi Kunke 
who score 24 points in the MAC's th( 
DVC ladies proned very versatile. Co 
captains Connie Hajioannou and Tin; 
Drey added many points in each meet 

The Most Valuable Womens Trad 
Award went to Debbie Stackhouse 
The Most Valuable Womens FieU 
Award went to Randi Kunkel. 



RESULTS: 

March 28- Susquehanna Invitational 
800- Debbie Stackhouse- 6th place 
lavalin- Randi Kunkel- 6th place 
Long jump- Randi Kunkel- 5th place 
April 18 DVC, 54 Moravian, 80 

April 11 DVC, 105.5 Lycoming, 25.5 
Muhlenburg, 16 
Haverford, 42 
Ursinus, 38 
Albright, 77 
Widener, 23 



April 15 DVC, 68 
April 21 DVC, 62 



April 22 Penn Relay 

Hepthalon-Randi Kunkel- 8th place 

May 1st and 2nd- MAC's 

Triple jump- Randi Kunkel- 1st place 
Long jump- Randi Kunkel- 2nd place 
High jump- Randi Kunkel- 3rd place 
4X400 Relay (Kunkel, Hajioannou, Drey, StacI 

house), 6th place 
1500- Debbie Stackhouse- 4th place 







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Women's Track/ 78 




Track/ 79 




RESULTS: 



DVC, 


3 


Wilkes, 





DVC, 


1 


Wilkes, 


5 


DVC, 


2 


Muhlenburg, 


3 


DVC, 


3 


Muhlenburg, 


6 


DVC, 


1 


FDU, 


2 


DVC, 


1 


FDU, 





DVC, 





Allentown, 


3 


DVC, 


2 


Moravian, 


12 


DVC, 


4 


Scranton, 





DVC, 


9 


Scranton, 





DVC, 


23 


Upsala, 





DVC, 


7 


Upsala, 


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DVC, 


15 


King's, 


4 


DVC, 


7 


King's, 


4 


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The 1987 Women's Softball team finished the season by taking the North 
east division Championship and taking the nationally ranked Elizabethtowi 
College into extra innings before losing a close game. Though an overa. 
record of 8-6, seems a little bleak, the Aggies went on a tare the last weei 
and a half of the season, winning 6 of 6 games, all of which were leagU' 
games, giving them a league record of 7-1, and sole possession of first place 

The turning point was the double header with Scranton. Everybody jus 
really pulled together and played up to their potential. Behind Tamm 
Petraski's pitching, Vicki Keener and company, began feilding some incred 
ibie plays, saving a host of runs. Also the bats, once again, begai 
functioning. 

We struggled at many different points in the season, having to contem 
with a very rainy spring, as well as a team that was very young, but in the en( 
we could put all that aside and pull together for that common end, th' 
league Championship. 

Though losing a key infielder, in Vicki Keener (the only Senior on th 
team), the Aggies are looking for an ever better 1988. We will have most c 
the players returning, knowing what it feels like to be on a winning tearr 
Hopefully the desire will be strong to get back to the MAC playoffs and wii 
the whole thing next year. We have the potential, we just need to want !■ 
win sooner, and be willing to put the work in to accomplish that goal. 




Softball/ 80 




1987 SOFTBALL TEAM: (First row, 
left to right) Deb Scannapieco, Melissa 
Burden, Laura Etzweiler (Second row) 
Jill Wolfe, Kim Timler, Lynn Shumack, 
Carole Gwynne, Vicki Keener, Chris- 
tine Schultz (Third row) Coach Pam 
Spotts, Beth Karr, Stacy Yoder, Tammy 
Petraskie, Cheryl Warren, Margaret 
Baummer, Manager Ken Caro. 




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GOLF TEAM: (first row, left to rigfit) Walt Kobrzynski, Mike Orba (second row) Coacti Workheiser, Paul Thitron, Jon Nicholson, 
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RESULTS 








DVC 


5, 


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1 


DVC 


1, 


Muhlenberg 


5 


DVC 


0, 


Moravian 


1 


DVC 


3, 


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DVC 


1, 


FDU 


4 


DVC 


0, 


Drew 


1 


DVC 


2, 


Scranton 


3 


DVC 


1, 


Wilkes 





DVC 


1, 


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DVC 


2, 


Albright 


1 


DVC 


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Lycoming 


2 


DVC 


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2 


DVC 


1, 


Widener 


2 


DVC 


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The 1986 Field Hockey team sported 
one of the best records for the fall 
sports teams, finishing 6-7-1. They 
started out a little slow, but after the 
first game jitters and a lot of hard work, 
the team found themselves pushing 
even last year's MAC champions to the 
limite. A very small, nonexistent bench 
pushed each player into being physi- 
cally fit and able to play a minimum of 
70 minutes of continuous hockey; with 
90 minutes being acquired on four 
occasions. 

They did many positive things, im- 
proved tremendously as a team and as 
individuals, and raised the hopes for 
next year's season. The loss of two se- 
niors, Tina Drey and Bonnie Davids, will 
be deeply felt, but hopes for a solid 
group of freshmen and support from 
those on campus, has many ready to 
begin the 1987 season. 



Field Hockey 

THE 1987 FIELD HOCKEY TEAM: (Seated) Jackie Heflich, Tracy Marshall, Deb 
Masciulli, Dee Pisaurs, Lisa Long. (Standing) Bonnie David, Karen Rynkowski, Beth 
Carr, Colleen Callahan, Rebecca Smith, Randi Kunkel, Lynn Shumack, Tina Drey, 
Coach Pam Spotts. 





Field Hockey/60 





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Equestrian Team/ 92 





Equestrian Team/ 93 



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Intramural Softball/ 98 



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Intramural Basketball 




Intreamural Basketball/100 



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Championship Came/101 



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Freshman Croups 1 and 2: )ay Graham, Fay Lo- 
baugh, Kay Lobaugh, John Soda, John Ackley, 
Joseph Diamond, Kathy Johnson, Craig Tref- 
finger, Phil McMahon, Keith Alderfer, Brad 
Bittner, David Archer, Todd Benner 





Freshman Croups 3 and 4: Bart Campbell, Len Burkhardt, Bryon Wilson, Don Nardi, Kelvin Hatch. 



Freshman/104 



Freshman Croups 7 and 8: Frank Gilbert, Laura 
Chudkowski, Steven Metzgar, Deanna Smith, Bri- 
an Manley, Chris Falkler, Andy Kamskie, Michael 
OBraucher. 




Freshman Croups 5 and 6: Jim Etheredge, Joell Pursel, Gretchon Posch, Mary Ann Bailey, Leo Freshman Group 11: Mark Brinsky, Kevin Decker, Kristen 
McScherry, Todd Morris. MacLaughlin, Keith Frederick, Suzanne Nussbaum. 



Freshman/105 



Freshman Group 13: Pamela Frey, Bonnie Maze, 
Stephanie Hughes Trina Sweigart, Conna Brad- 
ley, Ed Swap, Jay Janish, Jackie Leoncavallo, Brian 
Taggart, Philip Saul, Holly Eckloff 




Freshman/106 



Freshman Group 12: Lawrence McGinly, Doug 
Spencer, Robert Christopher, Brad Bittner, Jen- 
nifer Freshcorn, Holly Warner, Tom DeMaito 



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Freshman Groups 9 and 10: Matt LaCdva, Jennifer Jesiolowski, Tim Harrington, Lon Oriiz, Lri(. bchadc, 
Ronald Burger 



Sophomore Agronomy: Paul Bolanowski, Darren 
Alles, Nancy Ondra Michael Hanrahan 




Sophomores/108 



Sophomore Animal Husbandry: Honor Brush, 
Kathy Myers, Lisa Dougherty, )im Yeager, Tracy 
Ebert 




Sophomore Horticulture: Bill Hansel), Bill Weller, 
Bob Solly Ched Baker. 



Sophomores/ 109 



Sophomore Biology: Ann Bastian, Tony DeLise, 
Mark Hartzell, Helen Taylor, Brian Hahn, Ken 
Buck, Colleen Callahen 




Sophomore Dairy Husbandry: Rick Lawrence, 
Tony Pletscher, Greg Strait, Laine Hellein, Kevin 
Stanton, Doug Hering 



Sophomores/110 




Sophomore Orn. Hort.; Ed Bauer, Emily Hukill, Alexander Harris, Julie Montanaro, Erank Phillips, Madonna, Greg Ent, Joe DeStefano, Mark Bo- 

Palty Rupell, Bill Lamack, Joan Comly, Michelle Greg Holder, Maryann Szigeti, Chris Schatt, Rob dine, Terry Berryman, Deldra Pisauro 

Chrismer, Jeff Aderholt, Pete Haring, Bev Li- Alford, Anthony Cooper, Harold Wollman, John 

chota. Ivy Diefenbach, Peter Rossi, Rob Digney, McQuade, Keith Mahoney, Sean Miller, Rudy 




Sophomore Ornamental Horticulture/111 



Junior Ag. Business: Rob Martucci, Margaret 
Freeman, Eric Vanden Berghe, John Litzke, Lisa 
Schweitzer, David Hirtle 




Junior Agronomy: Steven Fehnel, Nick Shvidrik 
Phil Snader, Ken Magee, David Bachinsky 



Juniors/ 112 



Junior Animal Husbandry: Penny Coren, Debbie 
Hyde, Carole Gwynne, Rebecca Crouch, Christi- 
na King, Michele Bankert 




Junior Biology: Greg Christiansen, Amy Ruth, 
■■■ Donna Hayek, Clair Thompson 



Juniors/ 113 



Junior Dairy Husbandry: Scott Cooper, Ann Ma 
rie Luno, Larry High, Sean McAfee, Darlene Koz 
lowski, George Brandin, Steve Meyers. 




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Juniors/ 114 



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Seniors 




Seniors/ 118 





Kelly Modla 



Jesse Perkins 




James Rapp 





Leslie Selodv 





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Michael Williams 



Seniors/ 119 





Joel Baum 



Timothy Brown 





Robert Kopka 



Agronomy 
Seniors 




Paul D'Agostino 




Douglas Kauffman 





David Spoils 





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David Wilson 



Seniors/ 120 



Animal Husbandry 
Seniors 






Donald Billel 



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Ddrlene Cernhorsky 



Raymond Darbt-n/io 



Ronald Dingle 





Kim Frey 



Joe Hastings 




Karen Doyle 




Seniors/ 121 







Mark Hons 



Randy Hutchinson 



Theresa Kothstein 



Thomas Lewandowski 





Marie Many 





Leslie Mueller 



Debra Oesterling 



Shari Reichenbach 






Lisa Roerig 



Kathy Rothenberger 



Seniors/ 122 






Douglas RiimbcrHtT 



Ihcicvi S.iiulcrson 



Mark Shoemaker 




Susan Spilker 





Matthew Wheaton 



James Whitfield 



Debra Woll 




Arthur Yodor 



Seniors/ 123 



Business 

Administration 

Seniors 




Loren Bush 



Steven Caffey 





Richard Allison 




Mitchell Blum 




Donna Cesaro 





James Bauzon 




Michael Burns 




Steven Clark 




Albert Colombo 



Seniors/124 






Donna Doan 



Robert Fox 



Michael Heise\ 







Franklin Hoffman 



Paul Knapp 



Walter Kobrynsky 




Anthony Lorinc 7 




Lori Ann Luc rano 





Waller Murphy 



Vincent Paslore 



Seniors/ 125 




Barbara Schmidt 





William Robbins 





James Roche 




Michael Slezak 





Mark Rother 




Gail Siegert 




Michael Simone 



Steven Spangler 



Craig Wasserkrug 



Joseph Weiss 






Seniors/ 126 





Janice Accatatta 



Douglas Beach 



Biology 
Seniors 





William Benner 



Hfi.in Bologncsc 



I isd Cdstagnolo 



Michael Bolles 





Lawrence Brackel 





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Sophia Doman 



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Richard Gebharl 



Carol Hails 



Seniofi/ 127 






Arthur Hingst 



John Lester 



Holly Lofland 



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Gary Kampmeyer 




Scott Sucoloski 



Mark Thomas 



Laura Tobin 



David Welsh 



Seniors/ 128 





Bruce Brown 



Mdrk Butcher 



Dairy 

Husbandry 

Seniors 





Cynthia Donough 




Brian Fleisher 



Juliet Squier 




Seniors/ 129 



Chemistry 
Seniors 




Wayne Hoover 



Joseph Schnable 




Susan Stoneback 



Judiann Ware 



Seniors/ 130 







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Industry 
Seniors 




Gregory Mattern 



Brian Rankin 



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Robert SdUfr 



Curtis Wengert 



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Horticulture Seniors 




Ornamental Horticulture 
Floriculture Seniors 







Bradson Bewley 



John Boyd 



Stephen Ercolino 



Tim Goll 



Seniors/ 132 







Judy Henry 



Leroy La Bold 



Mary Loeffler 



Julia Myers 






Dcnise O'Bryant 





Deborah Pomroy 



Paul Quattrocchi 




Wendy Raubenhelmer 



Geoffrey Simpson 



Seniors/ 133 





Edward Adams 



Raymond Boltz 



Ornamental 

Horticulture 

Landscape 

Seniors 



James Flukey 





Mario Galanti 




James Hannon 




Thomas Hertler 



Karen Hogsten 



Thomas Humphreys 



S. Glenn Markley 



Seniors/ 134 





Robert Meadi' 



jdmes Morns 



Willicim Mollcr 



Matthew Moonan 




Thomas Nelson 



William Rein 



Pi-iirn 'MoiJ' 







Patrick Tolton 



loann Urban 



Robert Varner 



Mark Vrabie 





Laura Zipper 



Seniors/ 135 



Agribusiness 
Memories 



Linda Chiappini 



Brenda Lee Bower 

RD #2 Box 253 
Milton, PA 17847 

Agribusiness Society 1 yr. Dairy Society 

2 yrs, FFA - A-Day Rep. 2 yrs., Intramu- 
ral volleyball champions 1 yr. Deans list 

3 yrs., Delta Alpha National Agricultural 
Honor Society - Vice President. Thanks 
to my family for their support. Jeff, 
thanks for ail your T.L.C. and support. I 
couldn't have done it without all of 
you. 

Emily Elizabeth Canon 

66 King Charles Ln. 
Newtown, PA 18940 

Band, Agribusiness Club, Intramural 
Volleyball. Thanks Mom and Dad for 
everything. Hi to all you guys on Berk 
2nd - especially DM, WU, LS, JC, )M. Hi 
KL, How's it going? I wish I could stop 
the room from spinning - sorry? Hey 
Gumby and damnit, I'll miss you guys, 
who is going to make dinner for me 
now? Deb- its a good thing you're 
NORMAL! Thanks for putting up with 
me. Lots of luck to everyone in the 
future. It's been great!!!! 



349 Dernyn Rd 
Lansdowne, PA 19050 

Equestrian Team, Student Govt.- House 
of Social Activities - class rep. - Co- 
Chairperson, Student Rep to faculty 
curriculum committee. Agribusiness 
Society - A-Day rep. - Secretary, Intra- 
mural floor hockey, and softball. Year- 
book Many special thanks to my family 
for all their love, support, and under- 
standing. Best wishes to everyone who 
shared their time and friendship with 
me. BudKiss, here's to being so much 
more than friends!! 

James A. Fania Jr. 

Pinebank Rd Box 447B 
Flemington N.J. 08822 

Intramural Football 4 yrs - softball 4 yrs 
- Hockey 4 yrs. Vice President of photo 
club '84-'85, NAMA and Apics '86-'87, 
Ag-Bus. Society, Block and Bridie 4 yrs, 
participating in A-Day 4 yrs. "Special 
thanks to Mom and Dad for their end- 
less belief, support, guidance and love 
over the years." "When ail else fails, 
drop back and punt. New Jersey Giants 
Super Bowl XXI. "ALMBIWALY" "Yo 
Al, the LA. Dream Team is out!!" Can 
you say "yo-baby-yo" "Take care 
buddy". 



Margaret Anne Freeman 

43 Princeton Court 
Langhorne, PA 19047 

Agribusiness Society; '86-'87 APICS; 
NAMA; Ram pages; '87 Awarded schol- 
arship from Doylestown AAUW chap- 
ter. Best to my friends in '88, '89 en- 
joyed classes with you. A special thank 
you to Uncle Sam for those nice VA 
checks every month. A bravo zulu to 
John Freeman who kept our ship afloat, 
and gave me encouragement. To The 

WOMEN'S DVC NETWORK I owe 

much graditude; you kept me in busi- 
ness: the Library- especially Mrs. Pon- 
der; Mrs. Davidson; Mrs. Altier; Mrs. 
Martin; Mrs. Schumacher; Mrs. Bowes; 
Mrs. Grazioso; and all the rest of the 
staff. 

Betsy Ferris Hague 

140 Inwood Ave. 

Upper Montclair, N.J. 07043 

WDVC-Sec, NAMA-P.R. director, '87 
Farm show recruiter. Investment club. 
Agribusiness club, Horticulture Soci- 
ety, Agribusiness peer counseiot Mom 
and Dad, I couldn't have made it with- 
out you. BonBon- you and NBI made 
me a wild woman. Carole living with 
you was so much fun I was tempted to 
fail a few courses. Brenda-Count down 
to Cancun, I'm psyched. Vicki-thanks 
for looking out for baby Louisa. Kate-i'll 
forgive you for missing Cancun but not 




it's not special at ALL. Annie-so many 
men-so little time. It was the best of 
times - I love you all! 

Andrea Hoelper 

Box 139 RD #2 
Newtown, PA 18940 

To my family: It's the end of an era- let's 
CELEBRATE! I love you all. Mary and 
Bob: you've made it bearable-the best 
of everything, always. Kelly, may the 
outdoors be yours forever-be happy! 
"DIALPY" How sweet it is-J.T. To all of 
you who have had the luck to put up 
with me through all of this - "Accept 
my thoughts as thanks, I have no 
words." I'll make you proud! 

Matthew McMahon 

48 North Hull St. 
Sinking Spring PA 19608 

Ag. -Business Society - Presidnet '86- 
'87, treasurer '85-'86. A-Day commit- 
tee. To Jack and Walt, "The boys", two 
of the best friends a guy could have We 
had alot of good times together Thurs- 
days at Kelly's, what gives you the right, 
Alabama slammers, My 21st, wildwood, 
A.C., the scoms we ran, and HIS. 
Spangler who was never sober. Bubba 
"Pudgy" who kept me laughing and 
cursing I'll haunt you the rest of my life. 
Ed I still owe you one. Jack good luck in 
cornering the futures market. Walt 
they'll read about us someday in For- 



tune (we'll probably own it) P.P.- Ma- 
rine corps, Entreprenuership, tycoon- 
the sky's the limit. 

Kelly Ann MoDia 

Fonthill Drive 
Doyiestown, P. A., 18901 

Apiary Society 2-3 yrs. Agribusiness so- 
ciety 3 yrs. Jo, thanks for being such a 
good toommate although sometimes 
pessimistic (vet school). Remember- 
the "green" bunny, the "2" day diary, 
jumping jacks at 3:00 in the morning, 
"RRRRR", "Hot" nachos, and Lester 
and the "Dude" from Zadar's Andi-Re- 
member those "slow to finish" classes 
and learning your harvesters from you 
tedders. John, good luck with NAMA 
and Doc. It will be an "8" pointer this 
year. Good luck in all your endeavors 
Leslie, Beth Leslie, Sue, Lisa, Brenda, Ju- 
lie, Debby, Andi, John, Steve S. and Jo, 
all the best with vet school. Kerri, 
thanks for being my sister, I love you. 
Most of all, thanks Mom and Dad for 
your financial and emotional support. 
Your the two greatest parents a person 
could ask for. ! Love you. I made it! On 
to bigger and better things! 

Jesse Hullings Perkins Jr. 

10 Oregon Ave. 
Palmyra N.J. 08065 

Football (1, 2, 3, 4) Intermura! - Hockey, 
Softball To all Samual 2nd boys its been 



a great 4 years. Keep in touch! 



Jack L. Shafer 

RD #1 Box 441 
Tamaqua, PA 18252 

Agribusiness Society; Treasurer '86-'87. 
IM Softball Remember all the good 
times we had in work II, Alabama-Slam- 
mer night with the red waterfalls, the 
telephone, skiing trips, Matt's 21st, and 
the shore with my suspenders. Thanks 
to all the guys in work II for making 
college fun. Good luck in the Marines 
Matt don't let them change you too 
much. Remember Walt and you (Matt) 
will be running this country someday. 
Thanks for making my senior year Lisa, I 
LOVE YOU BABY! Last buy nut least to 
my Mom and Dad for helping ;ne with 
your support and money through the 
years. Thank you. 



Mark W. Williams Jr. 

1737 Filbert Street 
York PA. 17404 

Football, Track, Intramural Basketball. 
Thanks Mom and Dad for all you have 
done for me; Thanks for the good times 
Mark Butcher, all the York County 
Boys, Simo, and all the other psycho's. 
Best of luck to all of you. A special 
thanks to Janet for making my senior 
year the best. 




Agronomy 
Memories 

Timothy W. Brown 

RD #2 Box 338 
Biairstown N.J. 07825 

Who's Who amoung students in Amer- 
ican Universities and Colleges, Senior 
Class president, Student conduct com- 
mittee. Agronomy club, Dairy society. 
Block and Bridle. Oh-No I'm not going 
to graduate! No Problem! ALF; The fel- 
la's-ALF again cock roaches at NBI- 
Scum-ALF one more time. Who's Dick- 
ey going out with this week? Anybody 
want to buy a slightly used Blue Chevy 
pickup. They can't bust "our" party. Fi- 
nally Thanx to Mom, Dad and especial- 
ly Bruce-alias "Haus". Also a big thanx 
to Mrs. Work. Cancun Bound! 

Paul DAgostino 

404 Central Ave 

New Providence N.J. 07974 

Agronomy club 2 yrs. Soil judging 2 yrs. 
Tabor, Hall sliding, snow football 
breakfast in Tylers room, the couch. 

Douglas C. Kauffman 

Box 386 RD #1 
Farmingdale N.J. 07727 



Agronomy club 4 yrs., 4-H club 4 yrs., 
A-Day 3 yrs., A.P.O. 2 yrs. 

Robert J. Kopka, Jr. 

622 Vine St. 
Larksville, PA. 18651 

Agronomy Club (1, 2, 3, 4)- President 
I.C.C. Rep., Apiary Society (3, 4), A-Day 
Committee (3, 4), Delta Tau Alpha (4). 

David F4enry Spotts 

109 Adams Rd. 
Carlisle, PA. 17013 

Sr. Class House Representative Student 
Government, A-day, Food committee, 
Traffic court, Food committee mem- 
ber, Cross Country 1983-1986, Captain 
'85, '86, Track and Field 1984-'87, Co- 
Captain '87, Apiary Society. Thanks to 
my Mother and Father for backing me 
in everything I do. The opportunity to 
meet a great young lady who made my 
last two years of college the best. X- 
country runs around the lake during a 
severe thunderstorm. Crazy nurf bas- 
ketball games held in Wolfson 15. 

Animal 

Husbandry 

Memories 




Allison Joan Bakas 

5 Highwood Court 
Hillsdale, NJ 07642 

Block and Bridle Club 4 yrs., Publica- 
tions 2 yrs., Livestock Judging team. 
Equestrian Team 3 yrs.. Equine Club 
(treasurer) 3 yrs., intramural volleyball 
and floor hockey. Homecoming '85, 
Hooding, Judging Team- How many 
Schnitzengruben can you eat? Me- 
lanie-SYN, Backgammon and Pippin, 
Thanks Roomie, but beware of Alumni 
Lane. Janice-Good luck and thanks for 
being there. Ron, I love you. 

Darlene A. Cernohorsky -^ 

Equestrian Team 4 yrs., intramural Floor 
Hockey, Mascot Handler 1 yr. Well, I 
finally made it! Del Val, believe it or 
not, I'll miss you! To my best friends 
and roomates, thanks for everything. 
Party animals unleashed! Deb, chum, 
buddy, you still owe me. watch those 
bunnies. L.W. what would I have done 
without you in E.T. lessons. Chris, we're 
on our own now, scary thought, huh. 
Thanks Mom and Dad for all your love 
and support, I could'nt have done it 
without you! 

Raymond B. Darbenzio 

466 N. Main St. 
Pittston, PA 18640 

Intramural basketball and Softball 3 yrs.. 




^Lab Animal Club 3 yrs., Security 
A grateful "Thank you" to the best girl 
in the world .... my girlfriend Noreen. 
Without her patience and support, the 
past four years would have been pure 
hell. I love you, honey! We're gonna be 
so happy. Thanks dad for just being you 
and passing your genes on to me. No 
one even compares to you! 



Ronald William Dingle Jr. 




RD #1 
Turbotville, PA 



Wrestling 1 yr., Block and Bridle Club 
Vice President 1 yr., A-day 2 yrs., A-day 
Committee- Chairman of Operations 1 
yr., Intercollegiate Livestock Judging 
team, 1 yr. The good times we had at 
the National Block and Bridle meeting 
in Texas. The nights we went hooding, 
the Hunt Valley Inn in Maryland, build- 
ing homecoming floats, the Ag. team 
picnics. The "Bronco", All the great 
times I had with my friends Mark, Brian, 
Bob, Mike, and the "I" on Samuel first, 
and the time Butcher's car didn't make 
it back. 

Karen Teresa Doyle (Doylee) 

14 Brandy wine Terrace 
Mornstown, NJ 07960 

4-H president 3 yrs.. Yearbook Photog- 
raphy Editor 2 yrs.. Yearbook Staff 3 
yrs.. Lab Animal Club, Block and Bridle 
Club, Equestrian Team, A-Day, Deans 



List, Who's Who Awar^ 
Breeders A.I. certificate, AALAS Assis- 
tant Lab Technician certification. Thank 
you you Mom and Dad- couln't have 
done it without you! Thanks Skippy for 
always meeting me at the door. Mike: 
11-26-83, Goldman, Berkowit/, taxi- 
dermy, snakes, hurricane Gloria, deco- 
rating cafe walls, sleigh riding. House qI 
Chan, Boston Sea Party, Quakertown 
auctions, ZAC's, Zern's, the guy with 
the "fantastic buy", the barn, stuck in 
the mud at Farm 3 on Fri. the 13th, 
target practice at farm 7, Homecoming 
'86 parade, dinner dances. Acme trips, 
the bunny farm business. Spring break 
spent up a cow's a , hunting trips, A- 
L)ay weekends, and graduation! Thanks 
for being a part of it all, and for helping 
me through the difficult times! Sheila: 
Always remember Friendly sundaes, 4- 
H Club activities, early alarm for U.P.S., 
Elmer stories, Ruthie and Rascal, shop- 
ping sprees, wacky whippers, talking 
toy parrots. General Hospital, raising 
rats, Berkowitz gossip! Cindy: We fin- 
ished!! Class of 1987- Good Luck. Profs: 
Thank you so much, especially Dr. Bru- 
baker. I will miss DVC and cherish my 
memories. 

Kimberly A. Frey 

18 Woodland Ave. 
Budd Lake, NJ 07828 

Women's Basketball 3 yrs. Thanks Mom 
for all your support throughout the 
past 4 years. Thanks Terry for all your 



'g day. 

May 30, 19871 Thanks Linda for all the 
great times and for a special friendship! 
Terry, I'm glad we've become friends, 
good luck with your future and Tim. 

Joseph R. Hastings 

790 Clahor Ave. 
Collegeville, PA 19426 

Varsity Football 2 yrs.. Intramural foot- 
ball, floor hockey, basketball, and soft- 
ball. Mom and Dad, thanks for all your 
love and support! Ulman Brothers -2 
time champs, Radio, J.H., Import night, 
Busch 'j's. Nova party, squirrel trap- 
ping. Good luck in the future. See Ya. 

Mark A. Hons 

RD #8 Box 502 
Bloomsburg, PA 17815 

Class of 1987- Vice President 2 vrs.. 
Block and Bridle Club 4 vrs., ICC Rep. 3 
yrs., F.A.A. 4 yrs., A-Da\ Food Commit- 
tee 2 yrs. National B-f-B in Denver 

Diane Elizabeth Malishaucki 

1801 Mill Rd. 
Perkasie, PA 18944 

Chorale- Vice President 1 yr.. Chorale 
member 3 yrs., Pennsylvania Collegiate 
Choir, Homecoming Nominee Thank 
you Mom and Dad tor all \ our Love and 
encouragement.To the girK in Berk 



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2nd: "J" have a great time, take care 
and please keep the noise down. Thank 
you for two good years and for being a 
friend, Beck. Behave yourself. Teddy's 
are #1!! Matthew, I can't believe we 
finally made it. You have given me all 
your love and support, Thank you- 1 
love you! 

Marie Elizabeth Meny (Beth) 

529 Woolf Road 
Milford, NJ 08848 

Freshman and Sophomore class presi- 
dent. Student Government, Social 
Board, Block and Bridle Club (4 yrs. 
corresponding Sec. and Annual Publi- 
cations Chairperson), Intramural vol- 
leyball and floor hockey. Equestrian 
Team 4 yrs. (2 yrs. Captain), A-Day (4 yrs. 
showing beef and sheep). Paint Chair- 
person A-Day 2 yrs.. Delta Tau Alpha, 
Secretary for Senior Class, Livextock 
Judging Team, President assistant 2 yrs., 
manager of the horse barn 2V2 yrs., Na- 
tional Block and Bridle, NESA-officer at 
large. Thanks Mom and Dad- I love 
you!! Leslie, flag poles, trying to walk 
home drunk with my drunk roommate, 
the invisible roommate, Jo (the inno- 
cent), Lisa, Julie, Kelly, Debbie, Leslie, 
Cancun, Barness 2nd (Good luck to 
whomevers left), Florida with no 
clothes, Shari-the first day at college, 
foaling out mares, all Leslies bruises. 
Pink Floridian Zelda's, All 21rst birth- 
day's, all engagements (and those to 



come), sex gods, Murphey's Law on 
sex, B + B Homecoming floats. Farm- 
show with Deb, Dave, and small cows, 
working at farm #3, all my phone bills 
(Hey Jo and Kel, get your own phone), 
being a RA (right Lisa), horse shows 
with my pig hat, A-Day, our diets at 
Friendly's, Dec. 7th, Ag. 202 right L.W., 
affiliates, judging, Texas, Judging team 
at Kellers Motel, Dr. H. and his advise, 
no money, B + B banquets, Beaver and 
Charlie (Chuck), Steve's butt freshman 
year, Matchew, Halloween with Leslie's 
punked hair, sweet pea and thumper, 
all our fish, and lastly, Steve- 1 love you!! 
(1-1-87) 

Brenda Wynn Werner 

RD #2 Box 151 
Elverson, PA 19520 

Student Government Treasurer, Resi- 
dent Assistant Executive Committee, 
Who's Who, Homecoming Queen, 
caretaker. School Mascot, Equestrian 
team. Horticulture Society, Band, Varsi- 
ty track and field, soccer and wrestling 
statistician, student herdsman at Farm 
#3. Mom and Dad- thanks for your 
love and support. Cooke 2nd. Vickie, 
"Have a beer." Carole, "How about 
that fuzzy radiation unit." Betsy- "Can- 
cun here we come!" Kate- "You've 
been a great roommate- keep in 
touch." Working at Farm #3. Bonnie 
and Brian- we miss you. Jeff- Want to 
buy a raffle ticket 



Leslie Ann Mueller 

5 Duncan Drive 
Holmdel, NJ 07733 

Block and Bridle 3 yrs., Dairy Society 3 
yrs.. Student Government 2 yrs., Live- 
stock Judging Team, Intramural Floor 
Hockey and Volleyball 3 yrs., A-Day 
showing 4 yrs.. Partying 4 yrs. Thanks 
Mom and Dad- I couldn't have done it 
without you! I love you! Special thanks 
to Beth for putting up with me for four 
years. I will always remember- Beth, 
Lisa, Jo, Lester Pam, the Dairy Boys, Ul- 
man first guys, Barness first and all the 
girls on Barness second, flagpole par- 
ties, the rodeo song, SMUT, the board" 
in 107, Segal parties, running through 
pizza-OTR, Barness Beach, surf city and 
awk awks, hooding, our accent, Elson 
freshman year, and the guys, Florida- 
where's our luggage, lizzards, Banana 
Max's, Pink Floridian Zelda's, NBI, Pop- 
corn's, A-day and banquets, Fritzi "the 
dairy princess"- E.V., Lester- "PLease 
let mein!" and security tried to mo me 
down! Beth-meeting Steve's better half 
and Matt., Lisa-"l have a question, to 
the livestock judging team, it's true. It's 
true! Good luck to all!!!! 

Shari Kay Reichenbach 

RD #1 Box 216 
Millville, PA 17846 

Band 2 yrs.. Block and Bridle 4 yrs.. 






(B + B A-Day Rep.), Equine Club 3 yrs. 
(Treasurer and President), Livestock 
Judging Team 4 yrs., Farm #3 worker 3 
yrs. as hcrdspcrson. Mom and Dad and 
family-thanks! I couldn't have done it 
without your love and support. Best 
wishes to all my "acquaintances".! 
Kdlhy- thanks for four great years! Farm 
#3 summer ('85-'86), National Block 
and Bridie Conventions (Houston and 
Denver), Pizza Hut runs, all-nite papers! 
Kathy, Bruce, Jamie, Penny, Janice-take 
care,good luck and keep in touch! Love 
Ya! Thank you Mrs. Waddington- Your 
generosity will always be remembered. 
Best wishes to everyone in your future 
endeavors!!! 

Kathryn Rebecca Rothenberger 

107 Montrose St. 
Laureldale,PA 19605 

Block and Bridle, Dairy Society 1 yr. 
Being with my friends. My trip to So- 
mersett, PA for a sheep symposium. All 
the good times spent with Bruce. All 
the trips to Friendly's and the Acme 
with a great friend. My sister always 
checking up on me. My parents, grand- 
parents, brothers, and sisters support- 
ing me throughout the last 4 years. 
Thanks for everything. 

Lisa Marie Serbin 

122 Ripka St. 
Philadelphia, PA 19127 



Lab animal club (1 yr. Vice President), 1 
yearbook staff (Layout), sophomore 
basketball stats, A-Day, S.A.L. Mom, 
thanks for all your love and support-! 
really did it. Linda, Robin, and Theresa- 
I guess I'm the last lost sheep? You guys 
are the best!! Swanson . . . Peeny . . . 
Bone . . . Cats. Dr. Brubaker-Thanks for 
building so much character!! To you, 
my undying gratitude. Mick- Stepping 
into the future with my eyes wide 
open! DVC- you have given me experi- 
ence, knowledge and four years of 
wonderful memories that I'll always 
cherish . . . Thanks! 

Theresa Ann Sanderson 

480 Ivy St. 
Warminster, PA 18974 

School Mascot 3 yrs.. Junior Social 
House Rep. 1 yrs.. Floral Society 1 yr., 
Lab Animal Club 1 yr.. Chairperson Stu- 
dent Activities Committee 1 yr. To 
Mom and Dad- thanks for all your sup- 
port and encouragement-it was fun 
making you proud of me. To Lisa, 
Jonny, Ray and Nancy and all the other 
screwballs who have entered into my 
life- you made school bearable, fun, ex- 
citing and . . . different. I'll miss you all 
so much. To Tim- looking forward to 
surfing the big wave of life with you. 
Court St. and speed shop parties HC- 
Leaning Tower of Piza . . . phone ring- 
ing at 3 a.m., who's knocking? Don't 
have any! Gimme, lemme, have ya, do 



ya? AAhaaa, say no! Up all hours, where 
ya gonna go? Give it to the earth, can't 
handle the pressure. Good times, bod 
times C.J.C.I.L.Y.V.M. Deb, good-bye 
roomie, best of luck with Steve. So long 
Lisa, Wendy, Laura, Fred-maybe next 
week. But most of all. Mom and Dad, 
thanks for all your love and support, 
onward to Vet school. 

Deborah Ann Marie Oesterling 

RD #3 Box 116 
Howard, PA 16841 

Block and Bridle Club 4 yrs. (President 1 
yr.), Equestrian Team 2 yrs. (Treasurer ' 
yr.), Inter-Collegiate Livestock Judgin 
Team 1 yr.. Meat Society 1 yr. (Vice 
Pres.) Intramural Volleyball 2 yrs., A- 
Day 4 yrs. Julie- the best roommate 
ever, here's to the good times- Baha- 
Baha-Baha, pit parties, Block and Bridle, 
Drunken NESA weekends- Livestock 
Judging Team trips (the best), llamas, 
humming, splitting, and dancing on the 
ceilings. How many can you eat? OH 
MY!! The PA. Farm Show- Beth, Da\jc, 
Lee, Wayne, and our little heifers, we 
showed them! Shari, Bob, and Dingle- 
lets take a meats trip in the whale. Bel- 
mar Bound!, all the parties with the 
gang on Barness 2nd. Summers at Farm 
3. Momand Dad, Thanks. You made this 
all possible. I love you both. And to the 
person who made my four years at col- 
lege the best they could be, Jimmy- I 
love you- October 17, 1987. That's our 
day. No more troubled waters. 



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Lisa Ottiilia Roerig 

RD #1 Box 375 
Pittstown, NJ 08867 

F.F.A. 2 yrs., F.F.A. A-Day Rep. 1 yr., 
Block and Bridle Club (Secretary), Live- 
stock Judging Team 1986, RA 1 yr. 
Mom and Dad, Thanks for your sup- 
port. To Leslie, JoAnna, Beth, Deb, Ju- 
lie, Sue, Leslie W., Kathy, Shari, Allison, 
Brenda-lt's great to have friends like 
you! Hope you all receive what you de- 
sire. Remembering: Dancing w/ith the 
fan, the 1986 judging team, "Let's go 
dancing on the ceiling!", "Hey Leslie, 
when do we start our corporation?" 
and "FEEDS!", Frying in the sun with 
Deb, Julie, Beth, Leslie, and Brenda!, 
Julie's speech about her school uniform 
and the dog that pees!, Lewiie W.'s 
laugh, Poodlehead uses caress, bed 
buddies!, U.I.P.H.'s at Kellers, Brenda, 
remember our first party?. The original 
dairy boys, "Westward Bound" Andy- 
10-18-84, and 12-25-86! The past and 
the present has been great! To the fu- 
ture, me and you! You are my inspira- 
tion! Yours forever, Lisa. 

Susan M. Spilker 

8543 Old Line Rd. 
Philadelphia, PA 19128 

Resident Assistant, 4 yrs.. Lab Animal 
Ciub, 4 yrs.. Intramural Volleyball, 3 
yrs., A-Day Float, Official Berk 1st hair 
dresser, techniques: busy work-human 




fence. Goodbye NBI, Berk 1st, the rest 
of the west, studying with 6-pack, 
Court St. and speedshop parties, HC- 
leaning tower of piza . . . phone ringing 
at 3 a.m., who's knocking! Don't have 
any! Gime, iemme, have ya, do ya? AA- 
haaa, say No! Up all hours, where you 
gonna go? Give it to the earth, can't 
handle the pressure. Good times, bad 
times C.J.C.I.L.Y.V.M. Deb, good-bye 
roomie, best of luck with Steve. So long 
Lisa, Wendy, Laura and Fred- maybe 
next week. But most of all. Mom and 
Dad thanks for all your love and sup- 
port, onward to Vet School. 

Joanne Grace Toenniessen 

833 Morgan Ave. 
Drexel Hill, PA 19026 

Band- Secretary, Vice Pres., Percussion 
Leader- 4 yrs.. Equestrian Team- Re- 
porter, 4 yrs., Dairy Society- Editor of 
Udder Moments, Secretary, 4 yrs.. 
Showing Dairy cows and sheep for A- 
Day; Varsity Basketball (Fr. Soph); Peer 
Counselor (Sr.); Student Government - 
Treasurer (Soph.); Neuman Club (Fr.); 
Delta Tau Alph (Sr.). "Your're such a 
pig!", Fritzi the Dairy princess. Buck- 
wheat, "Oinky Boinky", Green Bun- 
nies, NBI & Mony Mony, "Farmer Jo", 
NB3, Bull sessions with the Beast, 
"What a hock?", B&B banquet '85 - 
"Waiter ....", Jo Ba Bean, Garbage 
Disposals, SG's, Barness 107's bed, Na- 
cho runs. My Delaware Blue, NESA '86, 
"I'm NOT from the city, I'm from the 



suburbs", Leslie's numerous anniversa- 
ries. Mosey - my forever favorite cow, 
Marcy, Spunky, and Angie, '86 & '87 PA 
Farm Shows, 3 A.M. milkings, Leslie - 
You can't lock me out anymore, "Pit", 
Lester learn to say NO!, Kelly - thanks 
for being a great roomie; Will you miss 
my jumping jacks?!, John, thanks for 
your love, friendship, and more impor- 
tantly, for always being there. Congrat- 
ulations to the An Hus and Dairy Hus 
Departments for being able to put 
some country into this "city gal". Most 
especially, thanks Mom and Dad for 
giving me a dream come true - 4 years 
down, 4 to go. VET SCHOOL BOUND!!! 

Susan Lyndon Ullrich 



318 S. Middletown Rd. 
Nanuet N.Y. 10954 



Lab Animal club '84-'87 - President '85- 
'87, Block N Bridle '83-'84, Equestrian 
team '87, Intramural Volleyball '83 - 
Champs. Thanks to my family for all the 
"love and support" especially you 
mom. And to all my friends who made 
my years at D.V.C. more memorable - 
Love ya's and best of luck always! Stary, 
Stary night paint your palate Blue and 
white "NBI", Popcorns, Kamikaze night 
- never again . . . , Head games", 
Barness Beach, "Na club", Jerry-Man- 
dering, "SHOUT", Drinking Riunite on 
trips back to Del Val, Ag 202?, Buck 
wheat, A-Day on the balcony, M&M - 
No chocolatey mess, "I have a ques- 
tion", tan shorts, aqua shirt, basket 




weaving, PoodlcHead, Billy from Philly, 
Weep — Womp, Iranian's go to Dune in 
Doughnuts, "GPA" Krabs, Tequilla - 
Boilermakers, All the love and happi- 
ness to Zelda and "All my close 
Friends" I'll miss you - Bye. 

Leslie Anne Ward 

1 Munson Dr. 

Pompton Plains, N.]. 07444 

Social House Rep., Equestrian Team, 
Intramural hockey, Dairy Society. Pop- 
corns, NBl, Buckwheat & Gumby Par- 
ties, Smirnoff sisters, Penelope, Peb- 
bles, Boozer, cat bones, Phil, perfume, 
the candy bowl, flagpoles, Mopsy 
Buckwheat, Twirp, S.Q., Block & Bridle 
banquet '85, Ag 202, Pearl Harbor Day, 
Sue's turtlenecks 1 must say, making up 
stories for JoAnna, Pink Zeldas, tan 
shorts, aqua shirt, Pam's calvins Gumby 
in the blender, taking out Leslie's con- 
tacts, the Iranians go to Duncan Donuts 
and Friendly's How will I know, Shout, 
lessons with Dar, Affiliate '86, Bambi 
Connie, M&M's, Zadars, the family car, 
the Beastmobile, Segal parties, Florida, 
pennying K.J. in take this empty beer 
glass If you will, Leslie, Beth, Jo, Lisa, 
Deb, Julie, & Sue - I'll miss ya. Thanks 
Mom & Dad - I Love you 

Matthew Kellam Wheaton 

The Hun School of Princeton 
Princeton N.J. 08540 

Intramural - Basketball, SoftBall. Senior 



class rep. to Social House, Student con- 
duc t c ommittee member Thanks to my 
family for all of their love and support. 
Special thanks to you mom for all you 
much needed help. 1 love you all. To 
the fella's: It's been a great 4 yrs living 
with you clowns, I'll see you all at the 
bachelor parties. Remember: miller 
genuine draft, platoon. The Farm 
House, The dodge, Bobbie, Elmo, & 
Mikey, Pizza everynight, I.D's, Ulmann 
111 & 112, Elson I freshman year. Silver 
bullet, Where's my roomate? He went 
home! again! Hustler poses, (hub hog 
(Shawn for 3 yrs) The Jew, Bowling, Me- 
tamorphasis. Bellows, & finally (Jay, Jr. 
Snowy & Blue) Thanks also to the Mali- 
shaucki family for your support and 
generosity Especially for your Daughter 
Diane: I love you Di, I'm looking for- 
ward to spending the rest of my life 
with you. Thanks for all your love and 
support. 

James Ryan Whitfield 

53 Nimhan circle 
Carmel N.Y. 10512 

Equestrian Team (Fr., Soph., Sr.), Re- 
gional Champion '85 - 6th place nation- 
al championships. Peer counseling, as- 
sistant instructor of riding and driving 
for Del-Vals equine minor program. 
Block & Bridle, Student Rep, Cornell 
nutrition conference. Thank you Mom 
and Dad for everything you have given 
me, money alone will never suffice as 
repayment. After all these years I've fi- 



nally made it - Thanks for being there 
Karen and Jeanine also, To the girls in 
Cooke 114, Thanks for all the good 
times you're a special bunch. Remem- 
ber all the great times Darlene - danc- 
ing on tables at Contis, and the Ken- 
tucky nationals, "occasional" drinking 
and leaning on each others shoulders. 
Thanks for listening. Jon believe it or 
not you're the best roomate I've ever 
had (and I've had a few winners!). Driv- 
ing at A-Day, college horse shows, din- 
ner dances, feeding the ducks and leav- 
ing the warm bed on cold mornings. 
Remember the pork chops and ice cold 
water, J.R. and Gazesos, dyspnea, 
champagne and pearls, Roses and 
Krises, J.C. whatever happens to us 
down the road rerrrember you will al- 
ways be incredibly special to me. Thank 
you for all we have given to each other. 
I.L.U. Be happy. Good Luck to every- 
one. J.R.W. - Remember there is no 
such thing as a "yalhoo" Just different 
styles of equal importance. 

Debra Elizabeth Woil 

3072 Bradley Road 
Chalfont PA. 18914 

Cycling club (jr.) Im volleyball (jr., sr.) 
IM floor hockey (sr). Block and Bridle 
(sr.), A-Day (soph., jr., sr.) Love and 
thanks to Mom and Dad who made it all 
happen! Here's to: the Ullman gang of 
184 for my first senior year and Samual 
118 in '85 . . . the most gigin' in D.V.C. 
history, Dar and Chris - we made the 4- 



man a success, outrageous dinner ses- 
sions, our Sr. Registereds, the sex wax- 
ettes live on!, OHHH those 5:30 
mornings at farm 3, Homecomings in 
the lost (what score?), A-Day: the 36-hr 
state of mind, calf stall #2 with my very 
best friend - Thanks D.V.C.! 

Biology 
Memories 

JANICE MARIE ACCATATTA 

33 Mallard Ct. 
Three Bridges, NJ 

Intramural Volleyball, 2 yrs.. Intramural 
Floor Hockey, 2 yrs., Biology Club sec- 
retary, 1 yr.. Biology Club treasurer, 1 
yr.. Biology Club, 4 yrs.. Lab Animal 
Club secretary, 1 yr., Lab Animal Club, 2 
yrs., Photo Club, 2 yrs.. Ram Pages pho- 
tographer, 1 yr. To my friends and fam- 
ily who gave me the continual support 
and encouragement to hold my head 
up high and push onward. Sandy, Pen- 
ny, Ally, Mel, Beth, and Shari thanks for 
all the memories and good times. Mel 
remember alumni lane, oug and the 
pail of water. Don't ever forget Com- 
paritive Anatomy and those great shots 
before class. Penny and Beth thanks for 
being such good roomates and friends. 
Frank thanks for being a great brother. 
Todd thanks for helping me through 



alot of rough times. 

Douglas Mark Beach 

25 Aubel Rd. 
Wayne, NJ 07470 

Intramural Football, 2 yrs.. Intramural 
Volleyball, 2 yrs.. Intramural Softball, 2 
yrs.. Biology Club, 4 yrs., Biology Club 
vice-president, 1 yr. Special love and 
thanks to mom and dad for their sup- 
port, guidance, and encouragement. 
j.M.E.A. and M.O.N., thanks for being 
there! Keep in touch and remember 
"Once the best of friends, alswya the 
best of friends!" J.F., thanks Jizz! The 
vacation is really over and life has just 
begun. Remember the 7-11 runs (9 
Hoagies!). Kim and Greg, I finally did it! 
Thanks for helping me along. To those 
lucky enough to know, take care and 
enjoy your life! A good-bye to all and 
all Good Luck!! 

William L. Benner 

553 Creek Rd. 
Doylestown, PA 18901 

Mark, Joanne, Steve, Brian, Jen, Art, 
Tom, Russ — Thanks to great friends for 
great times and for all of us getting all of 
us through!! Love your. Angel. And es- 
pecially thanks to my professors— the 
true heart of DVC. Love to Mom and 
Dad— Better late than never, HUH! 

Michael Bodies 



RD. 4 Box 255 
Sussex, NJ 07461 

Adventure Club, 1 yr., WDVC, 1 yr.. 
Biology Club, 4 yrs.. Chemistry Club, 4 
yrs., Tresurer and ICC Rep of Chem 
Club, Ram Pages. Thanks Mom and Dad 
for giving me this opportunity. Rich, 
Brian (Booger), Pat, Ira ("Nerds"), Greg, 
Jim ("Ryno"), Joe ("Snooze") — its been 
great knowing you all. Remember: 
"Cherry Top Drive-In", "Goldman Rip- 
pers", and "The Wall". I've had a really 
great time at DVC and I'll miss it. 
Friends call me "Biff". 

Brian Joseph Bolognese 

1574 Virmany Dr. 
Gilbertsville, PA 19525 

Adventure Club, 1 yr.. Biology Club, 3 
yrs.. Lacrosse, 2 yrs.. Student Govern- 
ment, 1 yr., Intramural Softball, 1 yr. 
Thanks to Mom and Dad for four great 
years. To some great guys: Ira, Pat, Mike 
(Biff), Joe, Greg, Jimbo Ryan- Stein- 
thanks for the good times. Remember 
"Revenge of the Nerds", "FireBall", 
Chicken roll and beer, it's been the 
greatest, I'll miss it. My friends call me 
"Booger". Snooze try to up before 4 
pm. 

Justina Marie Drey 

11 Early St. 
Easton, PA 18042 

Varsity Field Hockey, 4 yrs.. Captain, 2 




*'4H 



yrs., Middle Atlantic Conference All- 
Star, 2 yrs., Varsity Basketball, 2 yrs.. 
Varsity Track and Field, 3 yrs.. Captain, 
1 yr., Academic Ail-American, Who's 
Who Among American Colleges and 
Universities, Biology Club, Traffic 
Court, 1 yr.. Class Treasurer, 2 yrs.. Co- 
op with Rohm and Haas, Program 
working in the training room. Intramu- 
ral Floor Hockey-Champs, Peer Tutor, 

3 yrs. Participation in athletics made the 

4 years at DelVal go by so quickly. Mis- 
chievious times exploring the Student 
Center and Library, rooves. Great 
friends including Mark, Amy, Art and 
Keary. Spottsie was a great roommate, 
too bad she couldn't stay. Analytical 
Chemistry and Comparitive Anatomy 
Labs were enjoyable. Brad visiting. Play- 
ing soccer in the lounge. The dreaded 
COW! Exploring the underground. 
Most of all, I'd like to thank my parents 
for all they have done in helping 
acheive my goals. 

Arthur A. R. Hingst 

311 Washburn Avenue 
Washington, NJ 07882 

Apiary Society, 4 yrs., Vice President of 
Apiary Society, 3 yrs., Biology Club, 1 
yr.. President (1 yr.) of Students Against 
Practitioners of Moose Abuse SA- 
POMA) Mark and Tina, my sincere 
thanks for your friendship, help, pa- 
tience and ALL those notes. We did 
some silly stuff, but Dr. Miller twas I 
who toilet papered your lab. Rich, 



You're the best roommate I never saw. 
Don't settle for less than Med. school- 
you too T.D.. Joe, I'll miss you (and the 
cookies) very much. And Jen, you've 
made 86'-87' my best year and it always 
gets BETTER. I Love You. 

Vicki L. Keener 

1827 Chantilly Court 
Virginia Beach, VA 23451 

Varsity Volleyball, 4 yrs.. Captain 1 yr.. 
Varsity Softball, 4 yrs.. Varsity Basket- 
ball, 1 yr. Thanks mom! You're the 
greatest! Thanks Class of 84' and 86'— I 
would not have made it without unes 
guys. 

Holly L. Lofland 

224 Fairview Ave. 
Quakertown, PA 

Thanks to all my whole family for their 
support and help. Special thanks to Kay 
for making sure all my term papers 
were correct, typed and turned in on 
time. Dave W.- thanks for all your 
notes. Brian B.- on 1/30/87 you finally 
made it to lab. before 9 am., not bad 
after 4 years. Okay everybody, it's 
Miller time. 

Regina Marie Matulaitis 

781 Dick Avenue 
Warminster PA 18974 

Biology Club 1, 2; Co-op; USDA, 1985 



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and 1986 "So much left to know and 
I'm on the road to find out ..." Thank 
you Mom, for all your support - It 
means so much to me. Good luck to all 
the bio majors - We've been through a 
lot together, but it's been fun. Sophia, 
if you don't become a vet, it's CUR- 
TAIN RODS for you! Long live Van, 
Von, and Yusof Islam. Love always tQ| 
Bob. ♦^ 



Melanie J. O'Neill 
"MEL" 

500 Rodman Avenue 
Jenkintown, PA 19046 



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Equine Club - Vice President, Equestri- 
an Team - secretary. Biology Club, 
Chess Club, Adventure Club, I.C.C, 
Rampages, A-Day, Intramural floor 
hockey and volleyball. SYN -"Co Bill", 
Barness 1st, Mrs. W., A-day, Shed my. 
squirrel, Equestrian team road trif^l^ 
Riding Irish around the farms, working 
security. Dr. Berthold's philosophies, 
white water rafting, Oug, Mr. Johnson's 
lab's. Popcorns, 21st b'day party, Janice 
and Allison - ups and downs for 4 years 
- we've grown so much! 

Mark Richard Thomas 

P.O. Box 87 
Bedminster, PA 18910 

Student Government, Commuter Rep- 
resentative to the senate 2, 3, 4, Com- 
muter Representative to the class of '87 











- 3, 4 Traffic court jurer - 2, 3, Traffic 
court judge - 4, Biology club - 2, 3, 4 
Tutor - 3, 4, Constitution committee - 
3, 4 Thanks Mom and Dad for you love 
and support! Tina Drey, you're the 
greatest, a sincere thanks for your help 
and patience, I couldn't have done it 
without you!!! Art and Rich, thanks for 
the hospatality, you guys can use my 
room anytime! Don't forget the roofs, 
soda machines, motorcycle rides, and 
the Grimcrack ligament. J.M.D. (T.D.), 
DEAREST, WE'RE FRIENDS FOREVER!!! 

Laura Jean Tobin 

15 Dellwood Court 
Colonia, N.J. 07067 

Biology Club - Vice president 4, secre- 
tary 3, Homecoming nominee 4; Lab 
Animal Club - treasurer 2, 3; Intramural 
Volleyball 1, Intramural Floor Hockey 1, 
2; Student Co-op program at Smith 
Kline and Beckman 3 and Argus Re- 
search 4 Thanks Mom, Dad, and my 
whole family for all your love and sup- 
port. I could not have done any of this 
without you. E.G., T.E., J.W., and D.H. - 
thanks for the shoulder to cry on and 
your advise when 1 needed them. To all 
the new friends I made at Del Val, re- 
member all the great times we had and 
good luck in the future. To Del Val, 
don't forget our great Class of '87 and 
thanks for all the great times you have 
given us. Dr. M., Dr. Bru, Dizzy Gra- 
zioso. Admissions, and Fin. Aid, thanks 
for all your help throughout the years 



Tracy - Shoot Them All {except Paul). 
For the best is saved for last, Paul, 
thanks for making me so happy, keep 
up the good work. Luv ya 4-ever. 

Business 

Administration 

Memories 

Loren W. Bush 

7 Sleepy Hollow Lane 
Warren, NJ 07060 

Football 1, 2; Business Club 3; IM Foot- 
ball 3, 4; IM Floorhockcy 1; IM Basket- 
ball 2; IM Softball 1, 2, 3, 4. Mom & Dad 
Thank you for all your help & support, I 
Love You! Dee Dee & Mandy I did it! 
Brendan Good Luck! $ BBD is where it's 
at! Carol-I.L.Y.P.!! Yeah, I'll have a cup 
of coffee Kim! Jerry Pete, and Cat, 
Three wheelin at Glennhurst! 4 MR 
Doesn't cut the Ice! Brian, Frank, Al & 
Jimmy I had fun! I hope everyone can 
say the same. Later Del Val or Delaware 
Valley College of Business Administra- 
tion & Science & Agriculture. 

Steven Mark Caffey 

3315 Hemlock Cr. Box 372 
Mechanicsville, PA 18943 

Track & Field 84, 85, 86, Co-Capt 87; IM 
Volleyball Champs-Biffsters 85; IM 



Hockey champs-SFV 86. The SFV vs. 
EMO Rivalry - SVF 4 - EMO 1, 1986. 
The Biffsters - Buck, Kintu, Tender & 
Kenny. Jan. Beach Party. Summer of 86 
- Wildwood. Spangler who? 

Albert Colombo Jr. 

576 Shernington Lane 
Runnermede, NJ 08078 

Football, 1- Intramural Hockey, Foot- 
ball, Softball, 2, 3, 4. Mom & Dad 
thanks, I couldn't have done it without 
you! AMLF - Jeanne. YO J - It's been 
real can you say yo Baby, yo Baby yo. Yo 
Jim, - The LA Dream team is OUT!!! 

Darcell Estep "Fee Fee" 

1820 B Copeland Street 
Annapolis, MD 21403 

Freshman: V Softball, Business Club. 
Sophmore: V-Basketball MVP Junior: 
V-Basketball Coaches Award Senior: V- 
Basketball, Yearbook Staff V2 semester. 
Thanks Mom for all of your support & 
Love, I couldn't have done it without 
you. It's been a good 4 yrs. & I thank 
John Boone for making my last 3 yrs. a 
learning but wonderful time. I love you 
J.B. To all my home girls: S.C. R.H., 
D.M., V.R., T.M., L.S., M.S., & L.R. To all 
of the fellows in Goldman: #105, #106 
etc. Work & Jay in Elson. To Coach: Best 
wishes in your future teams. "Believe 
don't make Believe." 




Franklin George Hoffman 

RD #1 Box 107 
Newmanstown, PA 17073 

Band, 4 yrs: Sec. 2, Treas. 4; Computer 
Club, 3 yrs.: Pres. 3, 4; A-Day Comm. 4 
yrs. Mom & Dad thanks for everything, 
I could not have done it without your 
love & support. I remember all the fun I 
had with my friends Brian, Loren, Dar- 
lene. Deb, Chris Jim, John, etc. Let's go 
to the Fan Club one more time. Good 
Luck to everyone in the future. 

Lori Ann Luciano 

1 Kennedy Court 
Middletown, NJ 07748 

Equestrian Team- 1, 2, 3, 4; Business 
Club; ICC- 2; A-Day Committee- Sec, 
2, 3; Treas., 3, 4; Floor Hockey- Jr. Rip- 
pers, 3, Jelly 4. Massanutteri ski trip. 
White Russians for breakfast, "21" 
Mudslides ATCing through puddles, 
"Lori do you have any Pepsi" Jr. Rip- 
pers for life. Smurfettes 1, 2, 3. Friends 
like Alexi, Deb, Kim, Trish, Sue Stay 
with you always. Speedshop living is for 
me. Thanks everyone for everything. 
Mom, I couldn't do it without you 
Thanks Dad you made it possible. And 
how could I forget friends like Ray, Al, 
Dan and even Eric. I'll miss everyone & I 
love you all. Bye!!! . . . 



Walter Franklin Murphy 



1046 Davis Grove Rd. 
Ambler, Pa 19002 

IM Football, Floorhockey, Softball, 1-4; 
Business Club, 1-4; Agrivusiness Club 
(vice pres.) 3-4; Tour Guide, 4; A-Day 
Committee (advertising & marketing), 
3-4; Ski Club, 1-4. To my Mom & Dad 
thank you for the love & support that 
you've given me through life, & for 
making my college yrs. possible. Matty, 
my entreprenevrial Buddy, Let them 
Laugh about our empire. If You have 
any stock tips rail me. (HIS) Gonna miss 
those hours of talks Buddy, Good luck 
in the corps. Cast 6 of Philosophy. 
JACK (casabooboo) Yamaha snowmo- 
biles. Strohs is tough beer. Softball con- 
nection. Good luck in the future. Don't 
take stock tips from Matt. Fieaster-cor- 
ner room, gotta love Floorhockey 
Champ. Good Luck hope things work 
out w/ Donna. SPANG!! Good times 
your crazy. Remember Vermont, puke. 
Good Luck. Dinners at Aunt Nancy's to 
Jack, Matt, Steve, We Had Good times, 
never forget them Kevin, Bubba, 
Clancy, John F., Jimmy, Ed, Work 2nd, 
Good Luck, Keep the tradition. Bubba 
your a mountian man, Steve C, Bob C. 
took a long time to get that hockey 
trophy. Chedster!! Thanks Sue B. for 
the TENNIS GAMES. Yo Matty & Jack 
who took that phone. 

James P. Roche 

12011 Legion St. 
Philadelphia, PA 19154 



Rhode Island, New Jersey, Philadelphia, 
California, Julie, Jules, Jul. 

Daniel David Rothenheber 

115 Devon Road 
Chalfont, PA 18914 

Soccer- Fall '85, '86; Lacrosse- Spring, 
'86, '87, Lacrosse Treas. '87. I would like 
to thank my Friends for introducing me 
to their numerous but exotic board 
games. For what we have gained in 
knowledge. However, my back will 
never be the same after that night of 
dancing on the table while being tied 
around the waist with a black tie to ... . 

Steven Ronald Spangler 

2169 Roosevelt Ave. 
York, PA 17404 

A-Day Chairperson '87, Business Club- 
(Pres) '86, A-Day rep '86, Student Gov. 
A-Day Rep. '87, Ski Club-(Tres.) '85, 
ICC Rep, '85, Band, '86 & '87, IM Vol- 
leyball Champs, '84 & '85, Football, Bas- 
ketball. Thanks Mom & Dad for all your 
Love & Support. Last one. But the best 
for last! Thanks for the support Mike, 
Laurie, Lynne. Uhman all 4 yrs? Are you 
Nuts!! Spang, Wang, Spanky anyone 
know my first name? Phil did we really 
drink that much? Oh well! Lets do it 
again tonight! Rich, Scott, Dan, Coop, 
Phil, Mark, Reds Sr. year is Great, Have 
fun!! The boys- Walt, Matt, Jack Kelly's? 
No, Boltz not the NBI! Thanks Sue for 
the special memories. 



dk 




Dairy 

Husbandry 

Memories 



Bruce K. Brown 

RD #1 80 
Heller Hill Road 
Blairstown, N.j. 07825 

Dairy society - 4 yrs. - meeting Kathy - 
southern comfort night - yukon jack 
night - the night at pennridge high 
school - home coming of '86 - "cut off" 
- "Thanks Mom and Dad" 

Mark David Butcher 

RD #6 Box 289 
York PA 17404 

Dairy Society, D.V.C. dairy herdsman, 
Football, I.M. Basketball, I.M. softball 
Stacey, beer, working, road trips, fish- 
ing with Dingle, My truck getting shot, 
nutrition studing. Feces collection with 
Bruce, Matt, and Mike, Milking with 
Paul, Southern comfort, wild turkey. 
She LOVES ME . . . She loves me, din- 
ning hall, JRP, Cooke Hall 



Cynthia Sue Donough 



420 West High St. 
Manheim PA 17545 

Dairy Society 1, 2; Collegiate 4-H; 
A.P.O. 1; Freshman class treasurer. 
Soph, class social house rep; Movie 
chairperson 2; Jr. class president; Year- 
book staff 2, 3, 4,; Yearbook literary 
editor 2; Yearbook editor-in-chief 4; 
Who's Who Among American colleges 
and Universities students. Thanks Mom 
and Dad for all your support and faith 
in me! I really did it - I'm a college grad!! 
Thanks to all of my D.V.C. friends who 
made the last 4 years a "memorable ex- 
perience" Julie, you're a special friend. 
Don't ever forget late nite studying, on 
the spur parties, Ceasars, "fun arobics". 
Picnic at Lake Galena, Nutrition, Repro, 
feeds, 3 a.m. milkings, trips to acme, 
shopping sprees, and all the "interest- 
ing" conversations!! I'm glad you were 
always there when I needed a "pep 
talk"! stay in touch, Kevin, always re- 
member 4-26-86, 2-14-87, 6-11-88, my 
room, your house, the Plaza, movie 
theater, hot tubs, shopping, walking 
around the mail, homecoming, making 
tuna casserole, double dating with Ed- 
die and Stacey, Hershey park, Atlantic 
City, getting thrown out of the Casino, 
horse races, spending Christmas to- 
gether. New Year's Eve, the ever forge- 
table sofa, $60 phone bills. Ground 
Round, B. Maxwell's, Dennys, Amore, 
and all the other unforgetable mo- 
ments I spent with you. I love you!! 

Brian E. Fleisher 



RD #3 Box 80 
Newport, PA 17074 

Dairy Society - 4 yrs. President 1 yr., 
clipping co-chairman 2 yrs., '86 Dairy 
Judging Team, '85 Livestock Judging 
Team, Baseball freshman yr., I.M. vol- 
leyball, and Softball, F.F.A. sentinel 1 yr., 
DTA, Block & Bridle DAITY BOYS, 
Juddy Buddy, Thriller, Duck, Leonard, 
Segal parties, B.H. sales, road trips, Can- 
ada, the new Dairy Boys, Veav, Thomas, 
Rap, Gary, Al, clipping. Farm shows, all 
of the good friends and times that I've 
had. A-Day farmhouse, affiliate both 
judging teams with trucker, Doug, Din- 
gle, and others. Dreading 3 am milk- 
ings, working G.A., the executive shut- 
tle. Thanks for everything Mom and 
Dad, you've been great. Thanks Jerry 

Jonathan Reed Friedline 

RD #2 

Boswell PA 15531 

3 am. milkings at the dairy, parties at 
west and speedshop. Thanks Mom and 
Dad, Good Luck to Lori, Kim, Deb and 
Dave. Goodbye Bossman, Clarissa and 1 
will miss ya, And a special thanks to 
Debbie 

Michael Robert Hammerstone 

Box 343 RD #1 
Bloomsbury N.J. 08804 

Thanks Mom and Dad! Fellas, don't for- 






get all the great times we've had: Elson 
#1 & #5 "There seems to be a pattern 
here" Three pizza night; Cinko Berry 
Juice; Messin' with the "Queen Bee", 
Hustler poses. The "Ulman House" 
Halloween Party of '84. Mattress sled- 
ding at Pennridge H.S. ("Chubhog" and 
"Sparky" bit the dust) We were wasted 
every night!! Jim's Metamorpheses. 
John Deere and Chevy 4X4's - get out 
of here! Black label and Miller genuine 
draft. "How about our stereo, Tim?" 
Not out-of-hand at our Jr. Dinner 
Dance! O.K. Now who's more p 
whipped? "Matt, I'm going home 
again. You've got the room tonight." 
Homecoming Keg partys. Elson 1st keg 
party. Southern comfort night. "Jim, 
lets go to 7-11" spitball fight. "Jimmy, 
who's clothes are these?" BACF Bronze 
that sofal! 

David Lohmann 

Cedar Lake Rd. 
RD Box 99 

Clayville N.Y. 13322 

Mary Beth Roe 

RD #1 Box 728 
Westtown N.Y. 10998 

I will always remember the nutsy times 
with the C.F. crew and my Berk, 
friends: A.H., K.F., and A.W., who still 
have two more long years to go. Thanks 
Mom and Dad - 1 couldn't have made it 
without you. 



Juliet Marilyn Squier 

RD #2 Box 249 
Nicholson Pa 18446 

Track & Field (fr.), Dairy Society 4 yrs - 
A-Day rep (3), I.C.C. rep (4). R.A. (4), 
Yearbook staff (4), '86 Dairy Judging 
Team, I.M. Volleyball (1, 2) I.M. Floor 
hockey (1, 2, 4) Thanks to everyone 
who helped make my 4 yrs. here at 
D.V.C. good ones. Especially Cindy, Da- 
vid (L.), and Jon. Mr. Myers (Jerry) 
thanks for helping me with the judging, 
did you ever explain the difference be- 
tween ayrshires and guernseys to Jack- 
ie? - T.J. it was an interesting 2 yrs. 
Remember locking the door and pre- 
tending no ones home. Good luck see 
ya bye. - David, remember those won- 
derful parties at west esp. A-Day (Mi- 
key, Mary, Bruce, Kathy, Jon, Deb, 
Timmy and the rest) & the few speed 
shop parties. Who will forget those 3 
am milkings - Cin, thanks, you were a 
great friend take care and keep in 
touch. Good luck to you all and anyone 
I didn't mention. Mom and Dad 
THANKS with out you these memories 
wouldn't have been possible. 

Food 

Industry 

Memories 



Deborah Daras 

1519 Norristown Road 
Ambler, PA 19002 

4 year Berk. 1st, Official partier, FADI- 
4. Berkowitz 1st all the way. Price is 
right or maybe Lets make a Deal? Can I 
have a BH or perhaps something else. 
Spcedshop & WHCC lots of fun. Early 
morning walk home from dinner 
dance. Hey, Steve I wanna be an ele- 
phant. Hey Fred talk to me or no? May- 
be next weekend; Fish I had great times 
roomie but no more happy hour or 
NBI. Take care all & I'll miss you all, 
especially Wendy & Laura. Thanks 
Mom & Dad for mv tour year vacation 
its the best one I'll ever have, I love you 
Steve! SPCILUVM!! 

Gregory C. Mditern 

740 Deerfieid Rd. 
Warminster, PA 18974 

Christian Fellowship 3 yrs., DVC Band, 
Chemistry Club, Institute of Food 
Technologist member (IFT) Chemistry 
rules the scientific world. Love to Mi- 
chele, my college sweetheart & soon to 
be wife. Thanks & praise to the Lord for 
changing my life. I'm off to graduate 
school to work for a Ph.D. in food 
chemistry. 

Brian J. Rankin 

30 Russell Rd. 

Willow Grove, P\ 19090 



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Football- 1, 2, 3; RA- 2, 3; Caesars Pub 
Mgr.- 2; Intramurals- 1, 2, 3, 4 I'd like to 
thank Mom & Dad for believing in me. 
The most important thing I've learned 
the past four yrs.is that a man can never 
outgrow his family. A lot of things have 
happened in the past 4 yrs. & we all 
made it together Thanks for all of your 
love & support. Linda, thanks for stick- 
ing by me the last 2 yrs. You're the best 
thing that happend here. Love you lots. 
Thanks again. Pat, Abbot, Loren, Frank, 
Paul, & Jeff Good Luck & thanks for all 
the memories. 



Robert Michael Sauer Jr. 



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105 Devon Rd. 
Chalfont, PA 18914 



Lacrose Club- '84-'85, VP- '85-'86, 
Pres.- '86-'87; Food industry club; ski 
club; IM Hockey; IM Lacrose; Ripper 
Float. Sauers- ail of you- Thanks, I 
^needed it! RIPPERS- Lets go Giggin'! 
r " Cheeseballs- you're a tasty bunch! 
jr. Rippers- carry ori the tradition! Lax is 
Back!- '87, "Chris, do we have refs?" 
Dina- I.L.V.- "where do buffalo wings 
come from?" Va. hot tubs. Haunted 
Houses & Grass Stains! "I'm a Danish, 
I'm a Danish, OOH . . . , Windy, you 
blew me over! Dan- "Help, I'm in a 
cave! . . . Don't spill that water!"- Look 
out Top Gun! 5' & under club- "these 
curtains are driving me crazy!" "that 
ain't working!" YaJ<.,nojA'^. It ain't Eazy 
bein' CHEEZY! "" "^ 



11173 Stonewall Rd. 
Shippensburg, PA 17257 



WDVC Radio Station- Bus. Dir.- 1, 2, 
Pres.- 3; Food Industry Club- 1; IM vol- 
leyball-1; IM softball-1 A fond farewell 
to all who have made the past 4 yrs. so 
special. A special good bye to all my 
"Friendly" friends- You're a great 
bunch to work with & I'll miss you All. 
To all of my fellow grads I wish good 
luck, especially Flap my roomate- Be 
cool Whaler! Love ya! I made it Carle 
Marie!- You're turn! But most of all, all 
thanks & love to my parents whose sup- 
port & believing in me made it all possi- 
ble. We did it!! 

Horticulture 
Memories 

Thomas C. Benton ,„,™_„ 



P.O. Box 325 
Chester N.J. 07930 

Horticulture Club 3, 4 treasurer. Intra- 
mural Volleyball, Apiculture Thanks 
Terry and Chris for the fun last year. For 
this year thanks Tom Tom, Mags, Patti, 
Dan, Brett, Mike, and Buff I will never 
forget Goldman 204 parties most every 
night, if I spread my legs. "I know this 
dude that knows this dude". It's a joke. 




aul W. Kisly 
8499 Tinker Tavern Rd. 
Pulaski, NY 13142 

Horticulture Society, Annual Harvest 
Art Editor '85-'87, Tropical fish club; 
Model railroad club treasurer 2 yrs. 
Christian Fellowship-4-yrs. - Executive 
committee 3 yrs. Chairman '87 To God 
be the g|ory! Thanks Mom and Dad for 
your help and understanding. Rev 
19:11-16 mmm . . . You're Right! Be 
cool, Scottman; THE Hort crew '85; 
Rob, Fred, Jim, Chuck, Dave, Steve 
Amen! Flaming Seik with the Power, 
Harold, and Philly; Eating the apple 
quiz; Peteman transforming and rolling 
out; amoebatron; Ma-shell; Spider 
man, rinky dinks, and nerds; Caw-fee! 
Summer of '86 when I found my Bear, 
PTL! 

Kathleen Theresa Marini 

2121 Veale Road 
Wilmington, Delaware 19810 

Delta Tau Alpha, A-Day, Horticulture 
Society president. Varsity cross coun- 
try. Varsity track. Intramural floor hock- 
ey. Intramural Volleyball, Who's who 
Among Students in American Universi- 
ties and Colleges '86 Homecoming 
Thanks Mom, Dad and Family for your 
love, support and encouragement over 




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the past years, Brenda and Betsy, let's 
attack the real world in full force. Car- 
ole and D.J., best of luck Vickie, watch 
out for dinosaurs wearing tuxedoes and 
eating oreos. Glenn, Keep in touch! 
Betsy, can a turbo VW pull a Winneba- 
go? The possibilities are endless! 

Ornamental 

Horticulture 

Floriculture 

Memories 

Stephen Andrew Ercolino 

3461 Friendship St. 
Philadelphia, PA 19149 

Christain Fellowship- 4 yrs., IM volley- 
ball & softbjil- 4 yrs. Floral Society- 4 
yrs., A-Day flower show- 2 yrs.. Apiary 
society- 2 yrs. Thanks Mom & Dad for 
your love & support these 4 yrs. To my 
special friends Mark, Jamie, Doug, 
Cheryl & Don, thanks for all the great 
times. Nerf football, night football, trips 
to Friendlys, movie nights & anything 
else we've done. It's been a great 4 
years with you. 

Timothy Coll 

4063 Bensalem Blvd. 
Bensalem, PA 



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Football- 1, 2, 3, 4; IM Hockey; IM Soft- 
ball. To the Goldman Rippers, "What 
another speeshop party?" Oh well Fu- 
bar again. I've had the rest now I've 
found the best. A-Day 1986. 

Judy Diane Henry 

RD #8 Box 8153 
Stroudsburg, PA 18360 

Ram Pages- '84-'86; FFA-1. Karen: Your 
are more than just a friend, you are my 
best friend. Thanks for all the memories 
& thanks for helping me grow & for 
growing with me. I couldn't have made 
it without you. I promise I'll come visit! 
Ed- I'm sure I'll never find another part- 
ner that can dance like you Thanks for 
all the fun & thanks for the friendship. 
Ana you were great as a friend & roo- 
mate. Keep in touch. Chris I better hear 
from you too. Best of Luck with your 
live & marriage. Mario you were a treat 
you comments I'm sure I'll miss. PS Ka- 
ren If you ever have the craving to 
spend money, call me! Remember 
when the going gets tough go shop- 
ping. Bud, Joe, Bob, Eric, Stefan Brian, 
John, Pyott, Ed, Rose, Wendy- Thanks 
for presenting life to me in each of your 
own special ways- I'll never forget any 
of you. 



Leroy Robert Labold Jr 



1045 Limekiln Pike 
Ambler, PA 19002 





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A-Day Floral Competition- '86 & '87; 
FTD 3-B Christman show & Trade fair 
door decorating competition- '86; 
ALCA Mid-Atlantic Field Day Floral 
Competition- '66-'87. AGL- OOO 
LOVES YOU PINUPS. 

Mary Margaret Loeffler 

Box 719 Wrenwood Way 
Wrightstown, PA 

Equestrian Team- 1984-1985; Pi Alpha 
Xi; Ornamrnial Hort. Honor Society- 
1986-1987; A-Day Floral Competition- 
1986-87; FTD 3-B Christmas Show & 
Trade Fair Door Decorating Competi- 
tion- 1986. Thanks to Officer 13 for the 
wide selection of traffic tickets Special 
thanks to those that "Walked like an 
Egyptian" with me at Longwood. 
Pinups. 

Julie A. Myers 

29 Walter Ave. 
Norwalk, Conn. o6851 

Thanx Mom & Dad I love you! To all my 
friends, who have watched me gro\s, 
seen me laugh, helped me when I 
cried, held me when I was lonely 
Thanx, ILY. To Debbie you are the 
greatest roommate one could have- 
Thanx for putting up with me. Oh Fur- 
sure. Tuesday nite- Import nite- Joe, 
John, Eric, Rob. Private card games. 
BERABERATE. Ain't nothin I can't han- 
dle, IHY- BH. A-Day Bring your own. 





Homecoming 

Beach. Lives one more yr. The Cave, 
Pumpkin. Giz Sking. Spring break- Flor- 
ida! Jul with the tool, Virgin Mary & 
Herman. Cheeze Fries on the beach.. 
Three in a Bed. Ocean City, Cancun. 
Who Would've . . . Eric (ILY) Thanx- 
friends for making it all possible. May- 
be, Kindda, Sorta, Yeah- WE DID IT! 

Victoria J. Pierce 

109 Slicers Mill Rd. 
Rising Sun, MD 21911 

Chorale- 1, 2, 3, 4; Floral Society- 4; 
Hort. Society- 2, 3; Phila. Flower Show- 
2, 3, 4; PA Collegiate Choir- 3; A-Day 
Flower Show- 3, 4; Homecoming 
Queen-4. Thank you Mom & Dad for 
all of your support & financial help I 
Couldn't have Done it without you. To 
all my friends on Barness 2nd thanks for 
a great 4 yrs. I love you all & will miss 
you all terribly. Julie always remember 
Floral Design & our challenges, remem- 
ber that fireside basket.! owe you alot 
for helping me to find my design po- 
tential. Remember NBI Eric & pop- 
corns. I always love you & wish you 
right next door. Donna thanks for be- 
ing the only roommate that I got along 
with. Good luck next. Geoffrey I will 
always love you- Thanks for all the 
good times. Diane thanks for making 
chorale fun. 



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ul David Quattrocchi 



Fourth St. 
Riverton, NJ 08077 : 



Pi Alpha Xi- VP 85/86; Pres. 86/87; Del- 
ta Tua Alpha- 86/87; Hort. Society; ICC 
rep. -85/86, 85-87; ICC Sec/Tres.- 
86/87; A-Day Floral Design Show; Phila. 
Flower Show- 83-87. Thanks for the 
support mom & dad Elson Freshman yr. 
(shoebox), Chinese, Chi Chi's, Chinch- 
a-da, Bar & Char, G.A.S., Noooo! Work 
2nd & Finster Baby, Schlumburgers 
Bride, Oh Fine! Quaching after night 
class, Thursday pressing & Saturday 
vending at Football games. Best of Luck 
Sven member the guy with the sweater. 

Wendy Sue Raubenhiemer 

1 Oslo Dr. 
Rockaway, NJ 07866 

Student Gov. Tres.- 3, Student Gov. 
VP- 4, Inter-Council Pres.- 4, Phila. 
Flower Show Committee- 1, 2, 3, 4, Flo- 
ral Society- 1, 2, 3, 4. The best yrs. of my 
life- so far Thank you Del-Val for so 
many wonderful memories. Berk 111, Ul- 
man days. West is Best, Pit parties. Shop 
parties, what the is a Contra? Berk 
beach. Pads, pig roasts, my floriculture 
buddies. Rippers, Homecomings, Kel- 
ly's on Thrs., NBI, Court St. you're 
great! Deb, I'm so glad we made it 
through together. John, May 17th isn't 
that far away- I love you!!! 

Geoffrey A. Simpson 




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Hort. Society ('83-'86), Floral Society 
('86-'87), Phila. Flower Show ('83-'87), 
IM Football (83) Thanks Mom & Dad for 
seeing me through my college career. I 
hope someday to be able to repay you 
with my talents. Vickie (Kiddo) This is it. 
We finally made it through these 4 long 
yrs. Now the future is yours & mine 
together. We've shared the best of 
memories & now the best are to come. 
I love you with all my heart!! Phil Col- 
lins, Teddy Bear Eyes, making popcorn, 
car breaking down. That first dance our 
special dinner at the cafeteria, I love 
you!) 



Ornamental 

Horticulture 

Landscaping 

Memories 



Edward James Adams 

Edge Hill Rd. 
Bedminister, PA 18910 

Pi Alpha Xi (Pres. & Tres.- 2 yrs) Phila. 
Flower Show (2 yrs.). Delta Tau Alpha (2 
yrs.). Landscape Nursery Club (2 yrs.). 
Flower Judging team Ricky Rays Work 





Study, "Dugouts" EMO Landscape 
Construction, "Bats" NIWASH, getting 
the gravely out of Lake Archer, Yellow 
"thing" Japenese gardening. Plant scav- 
enger, Star gazer, Rosades Bonsai, Want 
to buy any trees?. Bundles of 100 only. 
Go Navy! Got a truck to donate to DVC, 
Best of Luck to my friends in Samuel 
2nd. 

Roy H. Boltz 

R #1 Box 244 
Myerstown, PA 17067 

Student Gov. Pres.- 4, Social Board 
Chairperson- 4, Presidential Search 
Com. -4, Intramurals- 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer- 
1, 2, Golf- 2, Ceasars Pub Mgr.-3, A-Day 
Tres.-3, Flora! Soc- 2, 3, Landscape-1, 2, 
3, 4, Dairy-3, Agronomy- 4, RA-2, 3, 4, 
Student Gov. Member- 3. The Dun- 
geon, The Farm Flouse, The Dinner 
Dances, Meeting many new friends at 
parties & activities. Going to the NBI, 
Winning the floor hockey champion- 
ship, All the field trips. Slam Flail Soph, 
yr., playing soccer. 

Mario Carl Galanti 

413 Lower Main BIdg. 
Allentown, PA 18104 

Ski Club- '83; Christian Fellowship; 
Pres. of NERTS Patrol, Landscape field 
day team, Phila. Flower Show- '86 & '87; 
Landscape Nursery club. To Mom & 



Dad & my family. Thank you for always 
being there & all the love, I love you! 
To all my friends, who are too numer- 
ous to name, thanks for all the long 
nights laughing & crying, if it weren't 
for you I would never have made it 
through all the hard times & the good 
times wouldn't have been so good. I 
thank you, I love you & I'll miss you so 
very much. 

Christine Marie Gerlach 

3271 Papermill Rd. 
Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006 

Volleyball- 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball- 1, 2; Flow- 
er show- 3; IM floor hockey- 2, 4. 
Thanks Mom, Dad Peggy & H. I 
couldn't have made it without your 
help & support. Ann I will miss you, 
come visit. Deb: dogs & puppies, Dar: 
roomies forever, Good-Bye Del Val. 

Thomas Hertler 

Box 15 Blossom Hill Rd. 
Lebanon, NJ 08833 

Lacrosse club- '84, '85,'87; IM Volley- 
ball- '86; IM Hockey- '84, '85, '86. Gas 
Grill, Fire house at West, The Famous 
'Dammit' Matress Run, Gloria Kite fly- 
ing. Mud diving. Alcohol at sunrise. 
The Beer bottles almost fallin on 
Tasker's head. Mr. Tasker being apalled 
about our room. Drinking, driving, 



girls-DON'T MIX! Gumby damit, Blue 
Bell Pa, Shoveling Snow, 'Rush' befon 
Chem. test. 



(Samuel) Glenn Markley 

1560 Delong Dr. 
Downingtown, PA 19335 

IM Softball- 1, 2, 3, 4; IM Football 1, 2, 
3, 4; IM Floorhockey- 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Alpha 
Xi-4; Delta Tau Alpha Pres.- 4. Softball 
Champions '85, Fllorhockey Champi- 
ons '86, Walt, Bob, TJ, Paul, Jeff, Erie , 
Ray Kate. I'll never forget you guys. 
Hey, TJ remember those Party nitcs; 
NBI, Kulpsville, Driving, snow storms, 
going to the gym. Graduation '87, "-tc 
Ya, Bye. 



William R. Moller 



White Pains, NY 



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Work Hall RA, Admissions Department 
tour guide & college rep., DVC Green- 
house work/study program. Thank 
you, to all the friends of Bill Wilson. 
You gave me my life & my family. Thank 
you to my Mom & Dad for their sup- 
port & love Thank God for the serenity 
to accept the thing I cannot change, 
the courage to change the things I can, 
& the wisdom to know the difference. 
Good Bye from Grand-Pa. 




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Matthew Joseph Moonan 

4 East School Lane 
Yardley, PA 19067 

IM Floorhockey- 1, 2, 3, 4; IM Basket- 
ball- 1, 2, 4; IM Softball-1, 2; Landsca- 
pe/Nursery Club. To all Samuel 2nd & 
former Samuel 2nd boys it has been a 
great 4 yrs. with a lot of good memories 
Memories I'll never forget. EMO will 
aiwways reign. Make sure we all keep in 
touch. 

James R Morris * 

RD #1 Box 404A 
Stockton, NJ 08559 



Get rich & retire. Also thanks for every- 
thing Deb you got me through it all. 

Thomas Christian Nelson 

5100 Molitia Hill Rd. 
Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462 

Pi Alpha Xi member- '86; Soil Judging 
team- Fail '84; Phila. Flower Show- '85; 
Cross Country- '82 & '83; College 
Chior- '84; A-Day Rep Landscape Nurs- 
ery Club '87; Honor Society '82 & 
(Ires.- 86- '87); Christian Fellowship- 
'82 - '87. Thanks Mom & Dad & Family 
for making this step in my life possible. 
Best wishes to those in C. F., Choral, 
Apiary Society, Cross Country, & the 
library. Good bye & God Bless. 



Thanks Mom & Dad for all of your love William Henry Rein 

& support. Beth, thanks for all your 150 Acorn Dr. 

help Uncle Doug. Fellas, Good Luck Warminster, PA 18974 



Ram Pager (Co-Editor in Chief- '86 &' 
'87); Flower Show- '85, '86, '87 (Publica- 
tions); A-Day- '85 & '86; Pi Alpha Xi-H 
'85-'86, '86-'87 (Sec) Commuting to 
DVC for all 4 yrs. had its drawbacks as 
well as its benefits— Mom, Dad & Barb 
at home had to put up with an unpre- 
dictable student under pressure 
(Thanks for loving me through it all) — 
but the friends I made, especially my 
fellow commuters proved that DVC 
could be a second home even when we 
had to fight the elements to be here 
almost every morning. I am indebted to 
those teachers who went out of their 
way to help me in so many ways, but 
especially for my future. Thank you 
Mel, Share, & Allison for giving my 
friends in those 1st yrs. — you helped 
me become part of DVC, & to learn a 
great new card game to play away the 
time between classes. May your futures 





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Gerald E. Saul 

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Livingston, N) 07039 



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Soccer- MVP; Floorhockey; IM Basket- 
bail. Ripper forever! Pepsi, Genesee, 
Busch, & Mud. Masanutten on one 
foot. 4Vi yr. plan. She's a jr. Ripper. 
Super-kitty. ABC. FORD, NBI. Mom & 
Dad thanks. Dan, I can't say enough. 
Deb, I'll always luv ya. Thanks! 



Eric Christopher Schultz 



144 Bethel Mill Rd. 
Sewll, NJ 08080 



Ske club- 1, Landscape Nursery club- 1, 



2, 3, 4, IM Football- 1, 2, 3, 4, IM hock- 
ey- 2, 3, IM Softball 2, 3, 4. Thanks 
Mom & Dad for all your support it's 
■ een real! So long to the Ulman Bros, 
e took it twice! Ned, the mad trap- 
per, Superdick, Tues. Nights- NBI, late 
night card games, Neshaminy $80 
worth, VU party & road trip, Superbowl 
parties '86 & '87. It's been nothing I 
can't handle! _^ 



Mark A. Vrabic 

3991 Sycamore Dr. 
Northampton, PA 18067 

Floral Society- 3, 4; Landscape- 3; Alpha 
Phi Omega- 3, 4; Pi Alpha Xi-4; Apiary 
Society- 4; IM Volleyball- 4. Mom & 
Dad thanks for giving me the opportu- 
nity to go to school. Without you I 



wouldn't lidve made it. JC, SF, BH, LB, 
BB, JM, I love ya all. You're my best 
friends. I will never forget you guys. 
Remember the good times & Keep in 
touch. Joey thanks for helping me 
through the rough times Brian & Steve, 
no more sticky situations To everyone 
1 knew enjoy life & take one day at a 
time. 

Laura Zipper 

157 Be 119th St. 
Rockaway Park, NY 11694 

Landscape Nursery club Deb, Wendy, 
Sue, FD, SC, BM, DP, CC, FD, the Pit, 
Pink Niagara taste, MF, SK, Thanks for 
all the great times. Thanks Mom & Dad! 
Steve- you know. BYE! 



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Homecoming 1986! D.V.C. and what 
it means to me was our theme this year 
- and even though the weather was not 
perfect our clubs sure did put together 
some great floats. Block and Bridle was 
the first place float and Dairy Club and 
Biology Club took 2nd and 3rd places. 
It was a wet parade but we all managed 
to have a great time anyway. 

Our homecoming queen judges had 
a tough time making their decisions 
this year- They had so many great can- 
didates to choose from. The choice 
that they made was for Brenda Werner 
from the Horticulture club, so once 
again it turned out to be a day filled 
with Aggie spirit and a day enjoyed by 
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Homecoming/ 181 



Play Fair 




Activities/182 



Jack And The Beanstalk 





Activities/183 



Murph 




Activities/184 



Hayride 




Activities/185 



Parent's Day & Caricatures 




Activities/186 



Halloween 




Activities/187 



Let's Dance 





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Aclrvities/191 




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Comedy Cabaret/ 196 




Senior Wine And Cheese Party/ 197 




Senior Dinner Dance/198 




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AGRONOMY CLUB 

(Back row, L to R) Steve Fehnel, Nick Shvidrik, Steve 
Duckworth, Phil Snader, Doug Kauffman, Tim Brown, Paul 
D'Agostino, Lome (Bubba) Bachur, Dave Griscom, Ched 
Baker, Andy Ernst, Andy Karaskie, Mr. Ciaycomb, Dr. Pal- 
kovics (Front row, L to R) Nancy Ondra, Mark Zayleskie, 
Robert Kopka, Dave Bachinsky, Darren Alles, Paul Bolan- 
owski, Christopher Falkler. 



APIARY SOCIETY 

(L to R) Eugene Constantine Jr., Kate Marini, Thomas C. 
Benton, Melanie O'Neill, Art FHingst, Doc, Ken Pecota, Bill 
Brosky, Mike Hibbard, Paul Kisly. 



BAND 

(Back Row) Jo Clemens, JoAnna Toenniessen, John Stierly, 
Ed Hahola, Steven Fehnel, Mrs. Metcalf (Fourth Row) Dr. 
Miller, Joe Diamond (Third Row) Phil Sperry, Dwight Wal- 
lace, Rich Martel (Second Row) Larry Brackel, Brian Hahn, 
Mark Vrabic, Chris Bayer, Karen Galaida, Sandie Soli- 
mene (Front Row) Tom Saffel, Bill Benner, Pam Frey, Emily 
Canon, Jen Mease, Russ LaPierre, Nick Schvidrik. 




BLOCK AND BRIDLE 

(Row 1) Greg Strait, Chris Boyer, Bob Briedes, Allison 
Bakos, Ron Dingle, Joell Pursel, Debbie Oesterling, Brian 
Fleisher, Jim DeCourcey, Barb Kranzel, Jennifer Jesio- 
lonski, Kevin Guldin (Row 2) Becky Smith, Lisa Desher, 
Chris Farst, April DeGeorge, Rob Melhmah, Beth Meny, 
Tracy Rooney, Todd Koch. (Row 3) Christy Rudisill, Greg 
Costa, Derin Foor, Shari Reichenbach, Kevin Milz, Trevor 
Todash, Leslie Mueller, Laura Harmer, Todd Gulick (Row 
4) Mark Hons, Kathy Rothenberger, Rebecca Crouch, 
Kathy Regenhard, Mike Morris, Gary Apgar. (Not Pic- 
tured) Lisa Roerig, Deb Woll, JoAnna Toenniessen, Deb- 
bie Hyde, Christina King, Mark Yarrish, Pete Brummer, 
Joanne Staats, Kitty Vons, Chris Ritter. 



DVC CHORALE 

(Beginning with top row) Bob Sergent, Dave Hirtle, Jim 
Plisco, Jerry Myers, Mark , Nick Shvidrik, Bob 

Manning, Ann Luno, Liza-Beth Kinney, Rynda Ross, Joan, 
Mrs. Roberts, Diane Malishaucki, Holly, Cara, Tracey. 



(Starting at the top) Pete Rossi, Michele Hensel, Cheryl 
Williams, Leen Jones, Brad Bewley, Mark Hartzell, Steve 
Ercolino, Bill Brosky, Joe Dimond, Anita Scamack, Tom 
Nelson, Debbie Hyde, Mike Boesch, Mary Beth Roe, Paul 
Kisty, Greg Mattern. 




DAIRY SOCIETY 

(Sitting) Missy Branigan, Al Jenkins, Becky Rice, George 
Brandin, John Trout, Ann Luno, Dennis Brown, Rick Law- 
rence. (Standing) Mr. Myers, Scott Cooper, Jim Zimmer- 
man, Buddy, Lefebvre, Laura Harmer, April DeGeorge, 
Bob Frye, Gary Apgar, Doug Herring, Mike Morris, Brian 
Fleisher, JoAnna Toenniessen, Larry High, Julie Squier, 
Steve Meyers, Cheryl Warren. 




DRAMA CLUB 

Betsy Hague, Bonnie Anderson, Donna Bradley, Trina 
Sweigart, Pam Frye, Jim Plisco, Kevin Dickmeyer, Nick 
Shvidrick. 





EQUINE CLUB 

(First row) Joell Pursel, Chris Farst, Mrs. Gilbert. (Back row) 
Nancy Ondra, Joanne Staats, Rosemary (horse), Ann Bas- 
tian, Beth Whetstone, Ted Zajac, Amy Ruth, Russ La- 
pierre, Christina King. 



EQUESTRIAN TEAM 

(first row - Kneeling, L to R) Greg Costa, Tony Delise, (co- 
captain), Claudia Beck, Joell Pursel, Debbie Oesterling 
(treasurer) Theresa Kothstein, Angela Williams, Laura 
FHarmer. (Second row) Lisa Wilkowski, Julie Keane, Kris 
landola, Nick Shmidrik, Chris Farst, Dina Vidmar, Beth 
McCarthy, Becky Moore, Anna Smry, Lisa Brous, Chris 
Curran, Julie Kopack, Melanie O'Neil (secretary), Allison 
Bakos, Dr. Hofsaess (Advisor), Margrit Black (Coach), Mark 
Hayes. (Third row) Liza Kinney, Jim Whitfield, Elisa Mari- 
no, Darlene Cernohorsky, Beth Meny (captain), Leslie 
Ward, Joan Comley, Rynda Ross, Lisa Dougherty, Mary- 
beth Poiek, Donna Forte, Brenda Werner, Lori McCut- 
cheon, Jill Wolfe, Janice Bethman. 



4-H CLUB 

(L to R) Douglas Kauffman, Dr. Cordrey, Karen Doyle, 
Sheila Smith, Dawn Richard, Michael Morris. 



FOOD INDUSTRY CLUB 

Carl Schuchardt, Jennifer Jesiolowski, Frank Seidel, Hakim 
R. Savoy, Annmarie Whitesell, Margaret Schultz, Karen 
Vincent, Carol Janovsky, Tony Loser, Janet Poliskiewicz, 
Marc Reason. Dr. Palumbo (adviser) 



LAB ANIMAL CLUB 

(Standing, L to R) Lisa Serbin, Susan Ullrich, Dr. Gary Bru- 
baker, Brain Wood, Susan Spilker. (Sitting L to R) Christina 
King, Terry Sanderson, Karen Doyle, Penny Coren, and 
the friendly lab animals. 



LANDSCAPE-NURSERY CLUB 

Amy Clayton, Jerry Fritz, Mike Hibbard, Mike Ferraro, A! 
Cicconi, Jim Martin, Clay Stubbs, Mark Vogeler, Keith 
Frederick, Dwight Wallace, Larry McGinty, Peter Rossi, 
Frank Phillips, Mary Lou Zuck, Tom Await, William Lamack 



NAMA/DEL-VAL CLUB 

(L to R) Patty Rupell, Allison Angle (Secretary), Kathy 
Johnson (A-Day/Rep), John Stierly (President), Mary Ann 
Vogt (Vice-President), Kay Lobaugh, Daniel Paulus (ICC 
Rep), Lynne Serwell (Treasurer), Fay Lobaugh, Darren 
Samuel, Margaret Freeman, Dr. Avery (Advisor), Joe 
Dimond 



PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB 

(L TO R) Dawn Richard, Kris landola, Kevin Dickmeyer. 








1986-87 RAM PAGES; Wendy Unger, Bill Rein, John 
Litzke 




STUDENT GOVERNMENT; (L to R) Kelley Hadesy, Ter- 
ry Sanderson, Ray Boltz, Brenda Werner, Anthony 
Donotrio, Mark R. Thomas, Dave Spotts, Timothy W. 
Brown, Greg Christiansen, Clair Thompson, Laura Han- 
dler, Phil Snader, Amy Clayton, Jerry Fritz, Brian C. 
Wood, Michelle Flumer, John Sterly, Chris Schatt, Jon 
Zellers, Laura Etzweiler, Eric VandenBerghe, Shawn 
Hennigan, Mary Ann Bailey, Janet Distler, Brian Tag- 
gart, Doug Spencer Michelle Dobbs, Advisors, Robert 
Tasker, William Allison 



PI ALPHA XI Alpha-Eta Chapter; (L to R, Front to Back) 
Ed Adams, Scott Moore, Mary Lou Zuck, Bill Rein, Brad 
Bewley, Joe Marano, Mike Hibbard, Joe Galczynski, 
Barb Schwarz, Chuck Hess, Jerry Fritz, Paul 
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(L to R) John Litzke, Dana Kalins, Karen Doyle, Cindy Donough, Juliet Squier, Sheila Smith. (Missing from 
picture: Sharon Chapman, Beth Bevins and Ken Care) 






Cynthia S. Donough, Editor-in-Chief 



Karen Doyle, Co-Editor and Photography Editor 



Editors' Last Words 



As the pages of this yearbook come 
o a close so does our year as editors 
or the 1987 Cornucopia. It has been 
m eventful and tedious year for us all. 
However, it was great! All the long 
lours of composing to meet dead- 
ines has finally paid off. 

We hope that you enjoy this vol- 
jme of the Cornucopia because the 
taff put their best efforts together to 
jresent you with the best coverage. 



We'd like to take this opportunity 
to thank our staff for all their precious 
time put towards the yearbook. We 
would also like to thank Mr. Sauer for 
all his support, time and advice. 
Thanks also goes to Tony Mazzoca, 
Bill O'Brien, Joe Ferry, and to the fac- 
ulty, staff and students for all of their 
cooperation 

Best of wishes to the class of 1987 
and to the undergraduates enjoy your 



final years at DVC and accomplish 
your goals. Special thanks and good- 
bye to DVC- you've made our four 
years an experience to remember!! 

Thank you and Good-bye, 

Cynthia Donough 

Editor-in-Chief 

and 

Karen Doyle 

Co-Editor 



Editor's Note/ 209 



The Alma Mater 



By the winding banks of Neshaminy, 
Stands our Alma Mater dear, 
We look o'er your fields we love, 
Cherished year by year. 
All hail your colors, Green and Gold, 
As they proudly wave on high. 
Treasured memories fond and true 
in our hearts will lie. 

With your inspiration great. 
Ever forward we will go. 
Conquering each foe. 
To you, our College, let us sing 
Praises of your honored name. 
Courage, strength, and unity 
Build an endless fame 



Delaware Valley 

College 

Of 

Science And Agriculture 

1986-1987 



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