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DELAWARE VALLEY 

COLLEGE 

PRESENTS 




ADVISOR: 

MR. JOE FERRY 
EDITOR: 

BETH A. BEVINS 



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FIELD TRIR GRADUATION, 
FAVORITE TEACHERS, FINALS, 
FIRST DATE, SENIOR PICNIC, 
MOVIES, TALKING ON THE 
PHONE, PEP RALLY THE BIG 
GAME, REFLECTIONS, GOOD 



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SHARON CHAPMAN 
ANGIE CRONIN 
AMY CUPPLES 
LINDA SCHEMPP 
MARGARET BAUMER 
STEVE DOLPHIN 
STACEY HOOVER 



CORNUCOPIA 




ACTIVITIES 
PG. 164 




SENIORS 
PG. 192 




MEMORIES 
PG. 209 



The Cornucopia is published by Jostens Printing & Publishing, PO Box 
297, State College, PA 16801 

The Photography Studio for the Cornucopia is Anthony's Studios, 61 1 
ind Bristol Rd., Warrington, PA 18976 




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BARNESS 
FIRST 



First Row: (Left to Right) Pam Frey. Joanne Staats, 
Chris Olender, Donna Rish. Second Row: (left to 
right) Christine Druck, Christy Rudisell. April De- 
George. Particia Williams, Kris Ragan. 








First Row: L to R Angie Cronin, Chris Schatt (RA), Kristy Morley (RA), Beckie Schatschneider. Second Row: L to R Sandy Slanker, Kristin Baine, 
Sharon Ekland, Kelly Martin, Jane Faranetta, Jennifer Reed, Heather Hernley, Karyn Schramm. Third Row: L to R Paige Barnett, Melissa Torok, 
Trina Sweigart, Jen Jesiolowski, Amy Cupples, Laura Harding, Linda Schempp, Lisa Monteiro. 



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Floor: L to R - Kim Timler, Beth "Buffy" Bevins, Rachael Knight, Dina Vidmar. Second Row: L to R - Michelle Fulmer, Loretta Skibowski, Margaret 
Baummer. Lynne Serwell, Julie Keane Standing: L to R - Deitra Ivery, Vikki Reese, Pam Morgan 



BERK. SECOND 




1st Row: L lo R Terri Schneider. Bonnie DiFiglia, Paula Signoriella, Joanne Pckol, Tami Halal, Debbie Emmerl. 2nd Row: L to R: Karen Doll, Julie Rabin, 
Annette Canalichio, Sandy Solimene, Dawn Bcrkenbush, Laura Solimcne, Sandra l.achman. 3rd Row: L to R: Michelle Fcnton, F.rin McGowan, Lisa Thorton, 
Helen Taylor, Michelle Parks. Liza Kinney. Rcgina Prosser, Debbie Stackhouse, Elizabeth Shandor. Lynn Routzahn, Brenda Zipfcl, Catherine Duffy, 
Gretchen Posh, Darian Parkinson. 4th Row: L to R Angela Thigpen, Susan Fcrichs, Paula Marisco, I.ori Borisoff, Caroline Nkuo, Jill Brubakcr, Jill Bachman, 
Tara Keefer. 




COOKE FIRST 



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ls< Row: L to R Jed Seitzinger. Chris Green, Rich Wernoski. Ken Caro, David Ebright. 2nd Row: L to R Matt Chupalio, J. Kevin Bradley, Scott Jones, Dave 
M. Gregor, Dan French, Jeff Davis, Marvin Zimmerman 3rd Row: L to R Scott Busenhofer, Don Griffing 




COOKE SECOND 




I st Row: L to R John Allen, Ed Reiff, David Bortz, John DeFeo, Wayne Chabot. 2nd Row: L to R Brian Bayda, Todd Koch, Ed Sandshaw, Todd Gulick, Mike 
Zimmerman, Robert Deemer, Sean Schwartz. 3rd Row: L to R Rob Hofstetter, Frank Gunson, Al Schiavo, Jeff Martin, Al Cicconi, Eric Kunz, Don Seltman. 




1st Row: L to R Tom Brown, Kelvin Hatch, Tony Cooper, Brad Bittner 2nd Row: L to R Piers Prater, Jim 
Mike Coleman 3rd Row: L to R Dave Cohen, Dave Mount, Bill Lamack, Brian Hahn, Marc Krasner, 



Wabals, Brien Mensi 
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Bottom Row; L ot R - Jeff Frommeyer, Jim Matro, Tad Kuntz, Greg Elwell. 2nd row: L to R - Frank Kitchner, Dave Paino, Chris Tier, Rob Drummond, Mike 
Lager, Phil Stark, Kevin Kennedy, Eric Stannbaugh. 3rd row: L to R - Jeff Nass. Barry Mehaffey, Asshish Contractor. Brian Taggart. Bryan Benedick, Tim 
Harrington, James Moye, Nick Giogianni, Doug Walkup. 4th row: L to R - Pete Williams, Sean Harkins, Tom Await, Doug Caldwell. 




MILLER 
HALL 



1st row: L to R - Michelle Dobbs, Chris Farst, 
Joan Comly, Melody Gessaman. 2nd row: L 
to R - Amy Niblock, Amy Lubinsky, Bev 
Lichota, Lynn Long, Margie Cioci, Sharon 
Loeffler. 



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1st row: L to R - Sean Miller, Rich Defulvia, Brian Schlegel, Joe Fick, Montez Parker, Steve Himmelberger, Bret Roby. 2nd row: L to R - Dave Fanders, Hardy 
Rueb, Brooke Kirby, Buddy Lefebvre, Gary Dell, Gary Apgar, Jon Sommer, Steve Lorenti, Dave Hauser. 




SAMUEL 
SECOND 



Row I I to R John rhomas, Mark Ambrose, Chris Hoover, ( hris Reinharl, Ron 
Burgei Row 2: L to R Jim Herriot, Todd Radcr, Dana PirtSOfl, ( rocodilc 
Dundee, Mike I cwarulowski. Paul Rutnik. David Hershej Row I I lo R Harun 
Reed, Mark Schroeder, Brad Grol'f. Dan Wuhr. Joe lestcr. Hob Da> Row 4 I to 

K Mali I ackenmayr, ( larence Smith, Todd Funk. John Koury. 





TABOR 



Row I L to R Jeff White, Kevin 
Milt/. Tony Martenelli, Chris Garvcr, 
John Steirly. Andy F.rnst. Row 2: L to 
R Darren Alles, Mike Hanarhan, Scott 
Kimble- 





ULMAN 
FIRST 



Sitting (L to R) Kevin Stevens, Brett Adair, Gret Holder, (On 
Couch) Keith Fredrick, Rob Lopes. Kneeling (L to R) Chris 
Sharp, Rob Uguccioni. Standing 1st row (L to R) Tony Loser, 
Jim Yeager (RA), Joe Rozick, Zack Baxter, Leo Winkel, Rob 
Hipszer. Standing Back Row (L To R) John Blagojevic, Brian 
Clair, John Kraemer, Ed Hellriegle, Randy Ross. 



ULMAN SECOND ULMAN THIRD 




Sitting: "Beru" Bill Turner, Matt Laino. Kneeling (L to R) John "Chun" Ford, 
Rich "Naz" Nazareth, John "Smokey" Conway, Bob "Troject" Koperna. 3rd 
Row (L to R) Matt "D-ball" Rzednicki, Bob Stamm (RA), Joe Porcheta. 4th 
Row (L to R) Rick "Tonto" Cordero, Ed Swap, Leo "Ty" Mc Sherry, Bob 
Yetter. 5th Row (L to R) Matt Powers, Torrey Bracan, Jason Paxton, Howie 
Wollman. 



Kneeling (L to R) Don Nardi, Jeffrey J. "Flamer" Goida. Stephen "Pee Wee" 
Walters, Leonard Burkhardt, Jeffrey Hirka. Standing (L to R) Chester Wis- 
niewski III, Christopher Turner, John Mc Ginley, Joseph R. Cerbo, Michael 
Struble. 




WOLFSON 

!; irst Row: L to R - Tim Maydcn, Dan Doyle, Jim Minningcr, Sam Bork, 
lames l.cnharl Second Row: I. lo R - Steve Hykcs, Jim Bells, Mario Mas- 
.hitta, Roger Miller, George Whitfield, Rick Hcsser, Kyle Mackea 



First Row: L to R - Jon Weller, Dan Broft, Tim Haydcn, Carlos Tclleria, Dave 
Bartholomew, Matt Richter, Greg Weiglc. Second Row: L to R - Sean Boag, 
Matt Michonski, Neil Bittner, Dave Porter, James Wightman, Mike Stro- 
hecker, Joe Diamond. Third Row: I. to R - Ken Miller, Phil O'Donnell, Dave 
Mattus, Brad Longenecker, Michael Sadasky, Charles Molesworth, Bodi 
Knapp. 




WORK FIRST 




On the floor: Jim Enoch. Sitting: Matt from Samuel, David Stomp, Curtis Cooper, Frank Filor, Todd Anderson, Mark Brinsky, Little Eddie, 
Steve Metzgar, Tom De Malto, The Good Breneman. Standing: Kevin Dickmyer, Dan Lee, Doug Breneman, John Mariatty, Steve Nguyen, 
Frank Phillips, Bob Solly, Brad Braun, Frank Bartles, Eric Shade, Ed James. 




WORK 
SECOND 



1st Row (L to R) Joellen Lex, Kelli Lucas, Donna 
Miloszar, Lisa Wilkowski, Vicki Herr, Jennifer Del- 
gatto. 2nd row (L to R) Melanie Nuskey, Heather 
Brown, Edie Feigles (RA), Susan Higley (RA), Dana 
Lancaster. Standing (L to R) Mary Ann Ely (CC), 
Trish Dollarton, Ingeborg Jenkins, Dorothy Thorne, 
Kim Schenk, Kathleen Mc Gough. 







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We, the members of the Class of 1989, dedicate our yearbook to a man who's loyalty and dedication to Delaware Valley 
College should be an inspiration to everyone. 

He graduated from the National Agriculture College in 1952 with a degree in Dairy Husbandry. After spending a couple 
of years of employment outside the College, he returned in 1955 to become Registrar, a post he held until his retirement in 
June, 1989. 

During his 33 years as Registrar, he became known by members of the faculty, administration and staff as a man of many 
lists. He compiled lists of all sorts, mostly using the voluminous records he kept merticulously stored in several cardboard 
shoeboxes. 

But to the students he became known as a helpful, cooperative person. He spent countless hours helping us straighten out 
conflicting class schedules, checking on our credits and making sure our grade point averages were up to date. If something 
didn't check out just right, he wouldn't give up until the problem was solved. . 

We came to know him as a man who was eager to help, no matter how trivial or insignificant our problems seemed. It is for 
these reasons and many, many more that the Class of 1989 dedicate this edition of the Cornucopia to Mr. Oskar Larrson 
Class of 1952. 



ADMINISTRATION 





William H. Rorei III 

President 



Russell K. Schulz 

Assistant to the 

President 



OFFICE OF THE 
PRESIDENT 




Judith A. Bilto 


Willetta K. Gourley 


Secretary to the 


Assistant Secretary 


President 


of the Corporation 





BUSINESS AND FINANCIAL 
AFFAIRS 





Paul R Schatsneider 
Business Manager 





Jamie Bartell 
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Employee Benefits 

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Virgiana Altmann 
Accounting 




Dolores Ransey 

Accounts Payable 

Supervisor 



DEVELOPMENT 




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Director of 
Development 



Peggy Goldstein 
Assistant Director of 
Public Information 



Loretta Zlock 

Office Manager 

Development Office 





Kenneth Heisey 
Grants Coordinator 



Barbara Heisey 

Director of Alumni 

Affairs 



ACADEMIC AFFAIRS 






John C. Mertz 

Dean of Academic 

Affairs 



Marcy Stanley 

Secretary to 

Dr. Mertz 



Barbara Alvarado 
Assistant Registar 



STUDENT SERVICES 





Mr. H. William Craver 
Dean of Students 



Cheryl Morris 
Director of Placement 





Mr. Decker 
Student Center Manager 



Loretta Landes 
Secretary of Dept. 



Mary Frick 
Office Mg. Dean of Students 





Joseph E. Fulcoly, Jr. 
Director of Student 
Counseling Services 



Sally Gordon 
Counseling Services 



Karen Kay 
Counseling Services 





Jane Reiter 
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Sec. Counseling i 




Kaih> Spratt 
Student Store \1g 





Joseph Gatto 
Securit) Director 



HEALTH SERVICES 





Mildred Waddington 



Claudia Corne 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION 






Frank Wolfgang 

Director of Athletics, 

Director of Intra- 

murals & Head Baseball 

Coach 



Marianne Schumacher 
Sec. Athletic Dept. 



Sandy Hayward 

Ass. Athletic Director 



COACHES 




Bill Werkeiser 

Head Coach of Men's 

Basketball & Golf 






Pamela Spotts 
Head Coach of Softball 



E. Robert Marshall 

Head Coach of Wrestling 

& Assistant Coach of 

Soccer 




LIBRARY STAFF 








Mrs Erma Martin 
Receptionist in Lasker 




Mr. Parkinson 






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FACULTY OF D.V.C. 






Dr. William Allison 
Biology 



David Benner 
Ornamental Horticulture 



Dr. Robert Berthold, Jr. 
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Chemistry 



Dr. Roberta R. Diamond 
Liberal Arts 



Mr. Dommel 
Food Industry 






Dr. Craig Hill 
Animal Science 



Ronald Johnson 
Biology 



Dr Richard A. Lazarus 
Director of CISM 




Dr. John D. Martin 

Dept. Chairman 

Ornamental Horticulture 



Dr James E. Miller 

Dept. Chairman 

of Biology 



Dr Barbara Muse 
Horticulture 






Jerome D. Myers 
Dairy Husbandry 



Carol Noonan 
Sec. Chemistry Dept. 






Mr O'Brian 


Dr. Robert S. Orr 


Dr. Palumbo 


Liberal Arts 


Dept. Chairman 
Chemistry 


Food Industry 






Dr. John R. Plummer 


William Lee Porter 


Elenanor Price 


Dept. Chairman 


Food Industry 


Sec. in Liberal Arts 


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Michael Simone 
Dept. Chairman (ISM) 





Nate Wallace 
Liberal Arts 



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HOMECOMING 







The 1988 Homecoming Queen & her court 1st Runner up: Sandie Solimene & 2nd Runner up: Pally Rupell 




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The 4th Annual CHRISTMAS MAG- 
IC Semi-Formal Dinner Dance was held 
on Saturday December 10, 1988 from 7:00 
pm - 1:00 am in the Student Center All 
Purpose Room. This is the only Semi-For- 
mal Dinner Dance that is open to all the 
students, faculty and administration of the 
college. Since it was created it has become 
one of the most popular events that the 
students attend on campus. We hope that 
this tradition will be carried on into the 
future years of Delaware Valley College. 
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far left: Jane Faranetta shows us the stuff she is made 

of. 
center: Mike Braucher confers with caterer Mr. Ba- 

chinsky before the meal is served, 
lower left: Camera Shy?! Ann, Francis, Dave and 

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SOCCER 1988 

The 1988 soccer season turned out to be somewhat disappointing. 
There were a number of reasons. The most outstanding reason being 
that injuries were suffered by six off the players within the first two 
games. 

The lack of scoring punch and the fact that we play one of the 
toughest schedules of teams in Division III, was another key factor. 

Although the team as a whole had a disappointing season out- 
standing performances were turned in by players throughout the 
season. Senior goalkeeper Ray Shilling played some terrific defen- 
sive games during the season. Tom Lewis was voted outstanding 
defensive player by the team and Troy Eutermoser was voted out- 
standing offensive player and MVP by the team. 

One really bright spot for the club was the selection of Troy 
Eutermoser to the Suburban All-Star team as a defensive back. The 
team competed against an All-Star team from the Soccer Team of 
the Philadelphia College. The schools are representative of Division 
I schools. Troy played an outstanding game that ended with the 
Suburban Star winning the match by a score of 2-1. 







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FIELD HOCKEY 

rhe 1988 I ield Hockej ream had .1 year of 
rcbuildi nj;. with 8 of 1 1 players being freshmen 
and .1 new goalie in the cage rhe Aggies put 
m.ms strong fights onlj to fall short ol 1 victor) 

SeniOl I racej Marshall, lead the team, both on 
and oil' the field; and helped mans ol the Fresh 

man adapt to college play. 

I he team looks forward to a bright future 
ssith experienced players returning nexl season, 

set the lose of Trace) Marshall will he felt. Our 
goal is to have a less more players out next 
season and find that deep doss n desire to pull out 
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SEASONS RESULTS 



SEASON RESULTS (MEN) 



SEASON RESULTS (WOMEN) 





DEL. VAL. 


Opponent 


Kings 


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Wilkes 


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Moravian 


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Widener 


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Swathmore 


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Drew 


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Drew Invitational 


6th 




Albright 


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MACS 


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Wilkes 




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Moravian 




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Widener 




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Swathmore 




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Delaware Valley College Women's Cross Country Fall. 1988 

Although they seldom ran full strength in any meet during the 
season, the lady harriers still had a winning season with a 4 and 3 
record. The team was led by transfer student Joan Kinley who 
finished in the top three in all of the dual meets, plus being a 
medalist in both the Ursinus and Drew Invitational meets with 
sixth place and second place finished respectively. For her efforts, 
Joan was voted most valuable harrier for the fall season. 

Joining Joan in the top three team scorers were freshmen Kim 
Douglas and Sandy Slanker. Sophomore Dawn Reckner, who was 
injured for most of the season, returned to form for the confer- 
ence championship finishing fourth for the team and helping the 
team to a respectable 1 3th. place finish. The other two ladies who 
saw major action during the season were captain and co-captain 
Sue Barnhurst and Deanna Smith. For her efforts as team leader. 
Sue received the Coaches Award. Also competing and scoring in 
a number of meets were senior Colleen Fredricks and sophomore 
Chris Druck. 

The outstanding meet for the Lady Aggies was the Drew 
Invitational in which the team placed third. Also in their losing 
encounters, the ladies represented themselves well. 





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Delaware Valley College Men's 
Cross Country Fall, 1988 

After losing five of the top six run- 
ners from the 1987 team through 
graduation, the 1988 cross country 
team experienced a difficult season 
ending up with a 2 and 6 record. 
Leading the team in scoring this year 
was sophomore Art Ruediger who 
was the team's top scorer in all the 
dual meets. Art also was a sixth 
place medalist in the Ursinus Invita- 
tional, and for his efforts the team 
voted him the most valuable harrier 
award. 

Plagued by various problems for 
most of the season, senior captain 
Don Griffing finally came into his 
own in the last two meets, the MAC 
Championships and the NCAA Re- 
gional Championship Meet finishing 
first for the team in both races. Also 
during the dual meet season, Don 
ran two man for the team, and for his 
efforts he was awarded the Coaches 
Award. 

Rounding out the top scorers for 
the team were sophomore Steve 
McCarty, freshman Frank Filor, and 
senior Hardy Rueb. Also seeing ac- 
tion during the season and scoring in 
at least one meet were senior Jim 
Enoch, freshman Ian Phelps, junior 
Mark Brinksy, and freshman Dave 
Fanders. 

The highlight of the season came 
in the MAC Championship Meet 
where the thin clads handily bested 
Kings who had beaten them earlier 
in the season plus running apprecia- 
bly better against all of the teams 
which had devastated them earlier in 
the season. 







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Such a tough life on the sidelines 




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V. li.n a setter 




Another winning serve 



MEN'S BASKETBALL 








Eric Banks setting the pace. 



Gerry Skoda going up for a rebound. 




Dan Law going for the shot. 



Time to celebrate the win. 



WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 




Overall the 1988-89 season of the Delaware Valley Women's Basketball team was a very 
memorable one. At the beginning of the year, Coach Pento asked the players to realize a goal 
and strive to attain that goal throughout the season. The goal was to reach (18-6). The Lady 
Aggies bolted out to a 6-0 start and had to break for the semester. Never before had the lady 
Aggies been so aggressive. In returning to action, Del Val captured the 1st Place Trophy at 
the Wilkes Tournament. Never before had the Lady Aggies won a tournament. In that 
tourney, Michelle Shirk, Laura Rotz (MVP), And Rhonda Kill were placed on the all-tourney 
team. Also, never before in the history of Del Val has a woman reach the 1000 point plateau. 
This year, Michelle Shirk attained the plateau. Congratulations Michelle, on a fine career. It 
is expected that within the next year Laura and Rhoda will be right beside Michelle. 




WRESTLING 





I lie D\ ( wrestling team 
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ful season with .1 dual meet 
record ol 18-0 I he\ went 
on to win the Middle Mian- 
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ship with 4 champions l <4 - 
Bob Mokrynchuk, 142 - 
Shaun Smith, I N * Mark 
Ambrose. & 167 - Randy 
Worrell Shaun Smith was 
named the outstanding 

wrestler and Mob Marshall 
was named Coach of the 

Yeai 

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SUCCeSS at the National 

Tournament b) placing 2nd 
as a team and bringing 
home three national cham- 
pions: Shaun Smith. Mark 
Ambrose & Randy Worrell. 
Not bad for a team that 
only took four wrestlers to 
the Nationals and three 
came back as champions. 
One good note about this 
team is there is only one se- 
nior. 
Other Conference place winners were 

118 Dana Pinson Fr. 3rd 
126 Chuck McGrath So. 3rd 
134 Bob Mokrynchuk So. 1st 
142 Shaun Smith Sr. 1st 
150 Chris Hoover So. 2nd 
158 Mark Ambrose So. 1st 
167 Randy Worrell Jr. 1st 




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COOKE 
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FIRE 
DECEMBER 12, 1988 





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Cooke Hall was heavily damaged by a 
three alarm fire on December 12, 1988 
but, thanks to an all-out effort by several 
departments, was renovated in time for the 
spring semester. 

Three firefighters sustained minor inju- 
ries but none of the 72 students living in 
the dorm was hurt during the blaze. 

Bucks County Fire Marshal John C. 
Matter concluded the cause of the fire was 
an unattended candle left in a second-floor 
room. 

Students displaced by the fire were 
housed in other rooms on campus. With 
final exams scheduled to begin the next 
day, students were given the option of ei- 
ther taking the tests as scheduled or post- 
poning them to a later date. 

Within 12 hours after the blaze was de- 
clared under control, work crews were be- 
ginning an intensive cleanup and recon- 
struction effort to make the dorm livable 
by Jan. 16, the date students were sched- 
uled to return to campus. 

At the same time, officials worked with 
students and their insurance companies to 
assess damages to personal belongings. In 
addition to postponing exams, the College 
offered to loan textbooks to students, 
make the stenographic pool available to 
copy notes, and offered interest-free loans 
of $150 to $200 to students. 

Finally, on Jan. 16, workman finished 
all but a few minor details on the dorm and 
students were able to move into their 
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Delaware Valley College's new Dairy Science & Animal Biotechnol- 
ogy Center was officially dedicated during ceremonies at A-Day this 
Spring. 

Groundbreaking for the Center took place at Homecoming on Oct., 
1 1988. The new dairy all ready features housing for 50 milk cows and 
50 young stock, a milkroom, silos, a feed mixing center, a milking 
parlor & offices. In the future, a embryo transfer center, milk process- 
ing room, a student office and record room, & locker room facilities 
will be added. 

The transfer unit will benefit students by giving them an opportunity 
to receive up to date technical training in some of the most specialized 
areas of the dairy industry, such as estrus synchronization & the 
marketing of embryos. The college anticipates that the entire facility 
will attract increased outside research projects as well. 

"I feel very strongly about the importance of this project," said Dr. 
Plummer. "We are building a state of the art facility that will move our 
Dairy Science program into the next century." 

Prior to constructing the new facility, Delaware Valley College's 
dairy operations were carried out on a 42 acre farm on the north side of 
Rte. 202. That property was sold in November 1988. Operations at the 
new facility have been going on since approximately March 1, 1989. 



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The Ambassador program was started in Spring "87" as a way to have a formal student representation at agricultural events 
in Pennsylvania. Brad Bittner and Sandie Solemine along with their advisor. Dr. Plummer associate Dean of Agriculture, have 
met with politicians and successful dairymen, livestock breeders and agronomists. They have also met with many alumni to tell 
them of all the progress at D.V.C. 

Their fall semester started off at the ground breaking ceremony for the new dairy at Homecoming. Later that day. Brad and 
Sandie sat in on the annual alumni luncheon/meeting where they were interviewed by WBUX and were formally presented to 
the alumni executive committee. 

The big event of the year for Brad and Sandie was Farm Show "89". The week started off with the pre show dinner at the Mar- 
riot in Harrisburg where they dined with the elite of agriculture. There they met their Pcnn State counter parts. Mr. Agriculture, 
Jim Laley and Ms. Agriculture, Mary Ann Keith. 

The next morning Brad and Sandie met with PA secretary of Agriculture Boyd Wolf and attended the Farm Show brunch. 
Afterwords, they participated in the opening ceremonies of the Farm Show by presenting Governor Casey with a gift from the 
college. 

The next few days were spent recruiting in the D.V.C. booth We met perspective students and parents, alumni. Along with 
other D.V.C. students and faculty, they spread the word that Del Val was the place to be for learning and the place to go for 
qualified graduates. 

A few weeks later. Brad and Sandie were invited to the Pennsylvania Cornenopia dinner in Hershey; a dinner to celebrate the 
state's agricultural commodities. They were entertained by a stirring campaign speech by Arlen Spector on drug control in 
Pennsylvania. 

In the spring. Sandie attended a global affairs conference at D.V.C. Many speakers presented problems and solutions for our 
precious environment. 

A-Day is always a big day for every Del Val student. In between working for their clubs. Brad and Sandie gave hay wagon 
tours for the members of the Pa Agricultural promotion board and their families. 

Later in spring, D.V.C. was represented by their ambassadors at a PA Agricultural board meeting at the Philadelphia 
Horticultural Society Building. Brad and Sandie also participated in the Fall and Spring open houses hosted by the admissions 
department. The ambassadors were a part of a panel that answered questions about D.V.C. Later that day. they gave group tours 
of the campus. 

It was a busy and exciting year for Brad and Sandie. Brad retired from his position, after serving two years, Sandie will contin- 
ue to represent D.V.C. through the 89-90 school year with Brad's replacement. 



FROM THE DESK OF THE 
AMBASSADOR: 

Dear Aggies, 

I just wanted you all to know that it has been an honor and 
privilege to serve you and Delaware Valley College as the first 
Agricultureal ambassador. I had a great time and met many 
wonderful people. With the support of Dr. John Plummer, Linda 
Dolby and others, we accomplished much in our first two years of 
the program. As I leave my position in the hands of Doug Linde, I 
can only hope I made a difference. Good luck Doug and Sandie, I 
wish you the best. 

Yours in Agriculture, 
Brad A. Bittner 




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Daniel W. Paulus 



Darren Samuel 



Lynne A. Serwell 




Darren Alles 



John David Boniface 




Dominique Brunell 



Timothy Joseph 
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Jeffrey Wayne Kerr Michael Francis King 




Nancy Jean Ondra 



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Gary Allen Apgar 




Peter Everett Brummen Kathleen Mary Butler Caroline Ann Carpenter 




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Joanne Staats 




Gregory Leon Strait Dina Marcelle Vidmar Mark Anthony White Angela M. Williams 




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Ann Elizabeth Bastain Rene' Marie Brooks Ronald Kenneth Buck 




Glenn Arthur Carlson Sharon Chapman Elizabeth Gibbons Davis Athony Michael DeLise 




Deborah Sue Emmert Margaret Ann Ewan Kimberly Ann Flosdorf Colleen Frederick 





Lynda Carol Green Jacqueline Mae Hidalgo Paul Anthony Jardel 



Michelle Bernadette 
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Helen Taylor 



Lisa Ann Thornton 




William Joseph 
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Ronald Steven 
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Patricia A. Dollarton Todd A. Doucett 




Laura Etzweiler 



Edie Ann Feigles 



Eric Ronald Ford Richard Allen Grover 




Kelly L. Hadesty David G. Haninchick Martin Hoffner 



Stacey Lee Hoover 




Christina Jacob Robert Wilson Jenkins 




Robert Brooke Kerbv Randi Michelle kunkcl Rodney J. Kwiatkowski Paul Scott Leinbach 




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Daniel Brian McDyre Felix Thomas McKeogh Jill Marie Michelfelder 




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William Dennis Van 
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Lisa A. Vernalis Mark Matthew Vinitski 




Carmen Ignatius 
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Donato Zecchino Jon Andrew Zellers Kevin Michael Ziegler 



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Albert Edward Jenkins 
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Richard Wilson 
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FOOD 
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Paul Vartkes Ajemian Robert Stuart Bcnner Wayne Chabot 

HORTICULTURE SENIORS 




Charles Edward Baker Robert Walter Solly William Charles Weller 







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first date, senior picnic, 
movies, talking on the 
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ALLISON D. ANGLE 

Box 95 

Uyton, NJ 07851 

KEVIN S. DICKMYER 

4131 Main Street 
Lineboro. MD 21088 

Track, Captain; Apiary Society; Photog- 
raphy Club; Drama Club; Presidential 
Diplomat; Green and Gold Leaders' So- 
ciety; Resident Assistant. 

Mom and Dad, Thank You for all of 
your love and support!! The track team is 
doing it in '89. Good Luck to everyone 
who is walking this year. Bahamas, here 



LYNN FULTON 

185 W. Court St. 
Doylestown, PA 18901 

RICHARD W. KULP 



RR #2 Box 408 
Perkasie, PA 18944 

HUBERT 
NOUTCHOGOUIN 

906 South Faragut Street 
Philadelphia, PA 19163 

APICS (Vice Pres.), NAMA, Agribusi- 
ness Club, The International Students 
Club. 

Thank you Mom, Dad and Jeon Roger 
for all you have done. I could not have 
made it without your Financial and emo- 
tional support. I also want to thank my 
friends Lomin, Jun, Laurent, Brunei, 
Mario, Done, Laurence, Mory, Polela 
for being there and listening to my jokes 
(I'm not sure they were all funny. What 
do you think guys?) Thank you Jeon 
Roger and Lomin for putting up with my 
mess. My 5 semesters at Del Val were a 
very enriching experience thanks to Dr. 
E. Goodbye and Good Luck Del Val. For 
Now Anyway. 



PAULA J OWENS 

915 Village Green Rd 
Deland, FL 32720 

DANIEL W. PAULUS 

1216 S. York Dr. 
Mechanicsburg, PA 17055 

DARREN SAMUEL 

320 Hillside Ave. 
Jenkintown, PA 19046 

LYNNE A. SERWELL 



Box 66, 917 Cherry Lane 
Pineville, PA 18946 

N.A.M.A. (Tres), By-Laws Commuter, 
APICS. 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Randy & Shawn I 
couldn't have made it w/o you. I love 
you all. Shawn thxs for all the Special 
Memories, Love & Support. You helped 
to make it happen. I LOVE YOU! Piggy 
for Ransom! Snake bites & Wine Cool- 
ers. Cruise. Are we next? Where's my 
roommate? Deb thxs for all 4 yrs. 
Pntbttr & Fluff Obnoxious. Group les- 
sons. Berk, NA, Buffy, Maggot, Dickey, 
Beaver - GOOD LUCK. The Fella's are 
where the memories are. Will we make 
it? The fear of the yr of '89. AB Field- 
trips. We Finally made it! Samuel, Ser- 
well, Stierly. BEST OF LUCK '89 AB 
CLASS. 

STEVE SMYTH 

205 Lippincott Ave. 
Riverton, NJ 08077 

JOHN H STIERLY III 

PO Box 215 
Westfield, PA 16950 

National Agri-marketing Assoc, (co- 
founder & pres), marketing team. Safety 
Comm., Band, (Percussion section). Peer 
Counselor, Student Gov Rep, RA, Green 
& Gold Leaders Society. 

The legendary "Tex" & Meadville, PA; 
Freebirds, intramural volleyball, basket- 
ball; "Odie"; Are you ready ski-king? 



Tabor tots '88-'89; my AMC Ambassa- 
dor; Mikey's d-d-d Donuts; Sixer Pride; 
Kevin's well lit F250; Ewok, I'll never 
forget you! Barness 2nd stomping 
grounds; Working at security; Darren - 
you're a great friend & roomie - long live 
Lynyrd; Thanks for being my little sister, 
Kellygirl; Rynda, "Heifer", Chris & Sue 
you guys are great I'll miss you; See you 
at Sears, Russ! Tim, Dave, Paulie, Dar- 
ren S, Tex, Mike, Kevin, Tracey, Lisa, 
Russ, Rooney - you are all welcome to 
Tioga anytime. JT you'll be a great vet; 
thank you Dr. & Mrs Avery for every- 
thing. Thanks also to Mr. Sauer, Dr. 
Ziemer, and M.L. - Peace for your love 
and support. Most importantly, a great 
big thanks to Mom, Dad, Joe & Sue for 
your love & support, I love you all So 
long DEL VAL. 

MARYANN J. VOGT 



Sandtown Rd 
Medford, NJ 08055 

RAYMOND J. 
WOYTAS 

63 Branford Rd. 
Whippany, NJ 07981 

Lacrosse (Pres), P.A.C., Intramural 
Hockey 

Dan, Bill, Vince, Suzy, Jeff, Rick, Al. 
Snowball Fight in the dorm, shot a min- 
ute, NYS, Table Hockey, Mud Balls, 
CH, Skiing Trips, Denny's, Look for- 
ward to never seeing Avery again. Build 
the Wall, Burning down the dorm. 

ROBERT E. ZEIGLER 

RD #1 Box 141 
Elliottsburg, PA 17024 



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DARREN L. ALLES 



R.D. 4, Box 324 
Westfield, PA 16950 

Agronomy Club (Pres.), Soil judging, 
NAMA, Wrestling, Volleyball, basket- 
ball, softball, Tioga Mountains, Part- 
time jobs. Rebel Yell at Tabor, Lynyrd 
Skynyrd. 



Let's fishhook Johnny Boy, defeat the 
Sixer! Hour before your exam, awsh*t, 
plenty of study time, Tex. Mikey, Dave, 
Tabor Tots and Work 2nd girls - what a 
party crew. Thanx Mom and Dad for all 
your support! Lord, I can't change. Oh! 
Won't you fly high, oh free bird, yeah! 



JOHN D. BONIFACE 



901 Prospect Mill Rd. 
Bel Air, MD 21014 



BRUNEL DOMINIQUE 

1290 Ocean Ave., Aprt. 4C 
Brooklyn, NY 11230 

TIMOTHY DONNELLY 



966 Big Oak Rd. 
Yardley, PA 19067 



ANDY ERNST 



R.D. 5, Box 900 

Meadville, PA 16335 



JEFFREY KERR 



R.D. 2, Box 236 
Titusville, PA 16354 



MICHAEL F. KING 



31 Buckingham way 
Freehold, NJ 07728 



NANCY ONDRA 

1515 Fennel Rd. 
Pennsburg, PA 18073 

Agronomy Club, Soil Judging Team, 
Math Tutor, DTA, 

A-Day's, Soil Judging-fragipans and 
floodplains-we beat Cornell!; the Beatles 
(JL), Sting, The Rutles, the Pythons, the 
pack and the "M", Dirk McQuickly and 
Vampire LeHeather, my flatmates; Sun- 
ny, Bear, Rusty and rex; Love to Mom 
and Dad and Jeff; So what can you do 
with an Agronomy degree, anyway? 



HARDY RUEB 

1746 S. Sierra Way 
Stevensville, MI 49127 

Cross Country, Winter Track, and 
Spring Track 

Having some roommate thru college. 
Dancing at the track meets. Hell raisers I 
and II. Intramural co-ed volleyball 
champs. Remember borrowing things for 
our room. Return of the skeleton. Re- 
member loud music and neighbors 
pounding on wall. Mostly, ** I remem- 
ber all the GREAT TIMES WITH 
KIM!!!!! ** THANKS MOM AND 
DAD FOR ALL YOUR HELP!! 

DAVID WILSON 

536 Sixth Ave. 
Bethlehem, PA 18018 

ANIMAL 
1ENCE 

BONNIE LYNN 
ANDERSON 

130 Williams Ave. 
Newtown, PA 18940 

Drama Club, B and B, Equestrian Team 
Livestock Judging team. 

Mom - UR the greatest. I couldn't have 
done it without you. Dad, Grandmom - 
Thanx for the support. GB-buddy, pal, 
friend? Don't worry someday it will all 
pay off. Water fights with Farm 3 crew 
Summer '88. JS, CB, LD, BC, TG. Roo- 
mie - UR the greatest. Rodis, Ice Cream, 
JD, Stoagies. Judging Team -thank you 
for your support. Freida, Humper-who 
gets the bathroom 1st? Mr. G-great 
working with ya! Great memories with 
MH, KR, LD, RL, KM, AH, KB, PF 
and everyone else. Good Luck everyone. 
Bring peace to the world-give someone a 
backrub. 

CAROL 
ANKENBRAND 

748 Bluebell Rd. 
Warminster, PA 18974 



GARY ALLEN APGAR 



R.D. 1, Box 208 
Farmingdale, NJ 

Block and Bridle, Dairy Society, Peer 
Counselor, 

"Look at those teats Mike": Click!!, 
Chinka, Zoom baby, Hall parties on 
Sam. 1, Freshmen disorientation, taking 
cold tablets for 'rrhea, Waylon/Boce- 
phus and Alabama, No No, I got it!! 
$11.02 for two, Nice Beautiful, Becky 
Rice and all the trouble that goes with ya 
honey, Finally to the DVC Administra- 
tion LICK IT!!! 

PETER BRUMMER 



R.D. 2 

Port Royal, PA 17082 

Livestock Judging Team, Block and Bri- 
dle, Herdsman (Farm 3), A-Day. 

Judging Team -"Hendo", "Attitude", 
Hogoty; Hardee's -napkins, Studying at 
"Farmhouse", "NBI", Kelly's, Working 
my off at Farm 3, "Lick it", Beauti- 

ful, Rappy, The Redheaded duck I 
roomed with! 1 Dry Taborland, Fire in 
Cooke Hall, Malibu night, Christmas 
Dance, Homecoming Float '87, Band B 
Hayride '87, Thank you Mom and Dad. 

KATHLEEN M. 
BUTLER 

3 Wilbur Rd. 
Bergenfield, NJ 07621 

1 year - Intramural volleyball and Floor 
Hockey, 2 years- Equestrian team, and 
FFA, 4 years- Equine Club 

Does anyone want some cheeze whiz? I 
will never forget all the fun times with 
my friends. Jamie - I have to get out of 
here; this place is driving me crazy. Jo- 
Anne and Nancy- why don't we go out 
for just a little while and end up at 
Denny's Again. Has anyone received 
brain damage lately? Guys-I am in Al 
Mood! I am feeling monocious again! 
Put your head between your knees and 
kiss .... Lets look for popcorn at the 
Soda Fountain! JB, PB, DR, CO, JS, 
CB, PF, BA, KR, NG, DG, BMC, JG, 
MB, and everyone else - I love you and 
will miss you!!! THANKS MOM AND 
DAD!!!! 



CAROLINE A. 
CARPENTER 



SOS Paper Mill Rd. 
Oreland, PA 19075 



APRIL M. DE 
GEORGE 

3334 Bullfrog Rd. 
Fairfield. PA 17320 

Livestock Judging Team; Resident Asst.; 
Block and Bridle member; Annual Ed. 
Scrapbook; Dairy Society member - 
(Tres.); Jr. Class tres.; FFA - (Sec.) - 
FFA Day Chairperson 

"Hoopdics" and Hand and Champagne 
at Dtown Inn. Seafood Shanty. D.S. to 
Can, Va. and other "Road trips and Su- 
perbowls." Kentucky, Fondue, JJ 
Honker (Humper??) P. and G. and Hur- 
ricane G.- Molsons and T-Shirts - B and 
D - Mons and Mudslides and Corn Cobs 
and Cinderella. Affiliates, A—Days, 
Mainebound and Shore Huuuge Ho- 
bags. Always-Good Times with Scott 
and Patty and Chris. 

LISA M. DOUGHERTY 

243A McKinley Ave. 
Blackwood, NJ 08012 

Equestrian Team, Resident Asst, Delta 
Tau Alpha, Lab Animal Club. 

Thanks Mom and Dad, Tracy, Tim, Ed, 
Mark, Russ, Mike, Tom, Tabor Tots and 
everyone else. Good Luck! The L-shapes 
room, snowletters, driving to 7-eleven in 
the snow, walking to tabor in the rain on 
my B-day, Denny's at 4:00 a.m., "Watch 
the Fishtank", all nighters, list to Santa, 
square heads, the Four F's, Winnie the 
Pooh, hopscotch in the Hallway, the One 
and only time playing Mexican - Thanks 
Tim!! Hoobies, my ruminant and all the 
talks, Tracy and "r's", "Take, Take me 
Home", Chem Lab Accidentals, Road 
Trips, Friendly's Jo Jo, the Four year 
plan, Nachos, Rody's Teddy Hamper, 
the real world, guys named Scott, the 
False Firm Alarm. Samuel 2nd paranoia. 
Good Luck and Good-bye to everyone 
left at good old DVC. 



TRACY EBERT 



S Barnes St. 
Greenville, Rl 02828 

Lab Animal Club, ICC rep, A-Day Rep, 
Equestrian Team. 

Thanks Mom, I made it, because of a lot 
of help and support from you. Mallow 
cups and the L-shaped room. Cigs and 
Stairway to Heaven during a blizzard. 
Trees and stuff. Tabor and we're singing 
the rain. All niters with snowletters and 
list to Santa. Yo Wargo what's this, ted- 
dy bears better then men. My roommate 
plays Mexican, never again Tim. Watch 
the fish tank and blinking red lights. 
Denny's at 4:00 a.m. and 7-1 1 all the 
time, strawberry daquiries and strep 
throat. Mickey mouse popsicles and poor 
Harold, Bahama Bound, which one's 
Mutt and which one's Jeff, no one will 
ever know. Pooh bear at 2:00 a.m. 
Thanks Lisa, for three years of good 
times and bad we made it. Good luck 
Sophomores, you'll need it. Thanks 
Mike, it's been fun and different and I'll 



CHRISTINA FARST 

50 Taff Drive 
Millington, NJ 07946 

Block and Bridle, (Publications), Equine 
Club (Pres. and Pub.), Equestrian Team, 
Western Stock Seat Team, (Sec), A- 
Day (2 yrs showing Beef), Homecoming 
Floats (Equine Club #1), B and B Ban- 
quets, Horses, raising seeing eye puppies 
and baby skunks. 

Thanks M and D-I Love Vou! Marg and 
Buffy -we finally made it! You guys are 
the best, Mixin' and drinkin' anything, 
Buf-the stable one, men, street signs and 
all those endless memories! Jo-sis, never 
forget National B and B Conventions 
(Denver and Houston)-snow bound, 
sleep talking, broken noses, Gilley's - I 
rode the Bull! Miller-Bev, Crick and 
Louise-floor roomies, NBI - what a dive, 
whiskey sours, pickin on Louise, Burp! 
Kris Alek, and western horse shows-Kris, 
watch those white fences in the future, 
Rodeos and term papers! Mrs. G. - 
thanks for being there. Kate and Audra- 
Mock 26, Bunnies, chicken, too. Slow 
Spur-the renegade cow, 7 Brain cells left. 
Peace. DVC Security-Get a real job! A- 
Day Headaches! Good Luck to all of my 
bestest friends and to my Babydoll, Ste- 
phen-Thanks for your love, faith and 
support-you're my everything and I 
LOVE YOU-Stephris Farm - our future! 
I'm OUTTA HERE!!! 



KATE FERON 

8 Sage Rd. 
Pawling, NY 12S64 

Block and Bridle, Dairy showing at A- 
Day 

I gained intelligence but I lost common 
sense. Rick it's time to pay the piper, we 
made it through, and no one can find a 
better friend then my roommate Audra. 
"Peace" 

STEVEN D. FISCHER 

7323 Valley Ave. 
Philadelphia, PA 19128 

VICKI GIROFFI 

184 Springtime Lane 
Levittown, NY 11756 

BRETT D. 
GREENLAND 

R.D. 5, Box 143 
Towanda, PA 18848 

EDWARD J. HAHOLA 

Box 4, R.D. 2 
Pittstown, NJ 08867 

Band, "MC" for Student Activities, A- 
Day events. 

Thanks to MOM and DAD for all their 
love and support throughout the years. 
To all my friends, remember the fun and 
the not-so-fun times we shared (the 
sheep). Thanks to DVC for a great time. 

LAURA J. HARM ER 
(Chickie) 

381 Fort Mott Rd. 
Salem, NJ 08079 

Block & Bridle, Dairy Society, Lab Ani- 
mal Club, Equestrian Team, Jr. Class 
VP, Traffic Court Judge, Intramural 
Volleyball & Floor Hockey, A-Day. 

My many friends that know me as 
Chickie. I'll never forget you. Best of 
luck to you all. As for you Al! Let's never 



lose touch. You are truly my best friend 
and greatest romminant anyone could 
ever have. Always remember friendly's 
trips, nacho runs, drink of the week, 
b &s , & being there with each 
other in the good times & the bad. Patty 
& Maryann best of luck in your future. 
Don't worry just be happy! Now the best 
I saved for last Tim, Thanks for making 
my years at DVC the Best. The future is 
now ours. I love you. 9-9-89. 

TIM HAYDEN 



1902 Keystone Dr. 
Hatfield, PA 19440 

RA, Photo Club (VP), Block & Bridle, 
Western Equestrian team, Lab Animal 
Club, Intramural football & Softball 

Hey Pete* let's go out in style - where are 
we going tonight. Barb, Dina, April. 
Thanks for the great 4'somes. Kevin & 
Jen have fun. To all my friends & family 
thanks for the help and support. Good 
Luck to everyone. 

MARK RYAN HAYES 



626 Leverington Ave. 
Philadelphia, PA 19128 

KRISTEN LOUISE 
HESTON 

PO Box 420 

Glen Arm, MD 21057 

E. KRISTEN IANDOLA 

1706 Buck Rd 
Feasterville, PA 19047 

Stock Seat Tean (Capt. 2 yrs.), Equestri- 
an team, Lab Animal Club, Equine 
Club, Block & Bridle, Photo Club, Pre- 
Vet Society. 

Thanks to mom & family for encourage- 
ment, "Doc" Hofsaess for all his help & 
never ending patience, Dr. Brubaker & 
Alek for the ever changing "plan of the 
week", & Del Val for all the friends & 
fun (esp. labs at the barn, field trips, & 
bone & slide practicals). Thanks to 
Rocky for understanding when I had to 
write papers & couldn't visit. SST, Field 
trips, shows, trail rides, rodeo, miniature 
horses, mare shows. Lots of love to Alek, 



without whos understanding, friendship 
& love I wouldn't have ever made it 
through. I'll miss you S.F., C.F., L.W., 
L.M. 

KIRSTEN LEE KING 

407 Judson Ave. 
Mystic CT 06355 

LIZA BETH KINNEY 

2316 Woodridge Terrace 
Easton, PA 18042 

Equestrian team. Chorale, Lab Animal 
club & Student advisor for ACT 
101/P.L.U.S. 

Remember when registers were for ev- 
eryone & security was at least polite? 
Remember when the Dean of Students 
was there for the students & not out to 
get them? As Edith & Archie Bunker 
would say "those were the days!" But all 
in all I will miss my days here at DVC. 

BARBARA JEAN 
KRANZEL 

1991 Falabella Circle 
Warrington, PA 18976 

RUSSELL ROBERT 
LAPIERRE JR. 

37 Hawkin Rd 
Medford, NJ 08055 

KAREN KRISTINE 
LECHELT 

RD #1 Box 156 
Pipersville, PA 189847 

CHRISTINA OLENDER 

1138 Harrison St 
Philadelphia, PA 19124 

ANTHONY WILLIAM 
PLETSHCER 

PO Box 337, 1000 Dekalb Pike 
Gwyned Valley, PA 19437 



KATHLEEN MARIE 
REGENHARD 

1941 Guinea Lane 
Jamison, PA 18929 

Block & Bridle, Hort Society, Agronomy 
club, A-Day, Student Gov't, (Jr. class 
commuter rep., Sr. class Pres.) 

Bert remember when I tripped you in the 
Ag basement hallway? Ernst is a Hallow- 
een Party Poop! Hey Whitey, you want 
some microwave pizza? Deemer re- 
sponse number 2. Jerry don't worry, be 
happy. Lainer & Jo-Jo "B-GACK!" 
Russ, Piggy back centipede. Bert how's 
that snicker bar? Luv ya FARM- 
HOUSE. Summer '88 THE BEST. Sue 
B, Gobble Gobble! TABOR TOTS & 
WOMEN love y'all. 

TIMOTHY WAYNE 
RICHMOND 

130 Plank Rd 
Gettysburg, PA 17325 

PAULA THERESA 
SIGNORIELLO 

9 Carol Dr. 
Bethpage, NY 11714 

JOANNE STAATS 

895 Meadow Rd. 
Bridgewater, NJ 08807 

Block & Bridle, National Conventions, 
Livestock judging team, Equine Club, 
Western Equestrian team, Student Mgr 
of DVC Horsebarn, Sr. class - VP, ICC, 
A-Day, Beef herdsmen, Showteam. 

Where to Begin? Judging with Cinderel- 
la? Hey Humper. Bonnie you're a good 
roomie Greg & Oh Petey thanks for the 
Shows, Lisa Lisa, Russ you crazy Pixie 
Elf, The Tabor Tots- Yeah every one of 
them- Take care, Kevie Baby, Lainey 
You're my favorite Dairy Boy - The HW 
summer of 88 farm crew, TG, BC, LD, 
CB, & Bonzai, Oh My, Katie & Nancy 
what about a drink (or 2 or 3 or . . .) Put 
your head between your knees and . . ., 
Katie's moods, the harness women, why 
do they let jocks in places designed for 
humans, Jerry You're extra special, 
Take care & thank you. Doc "Uncle 



I 



Fred" Thanks for being there AL- 
WAYS. You're a bright spot I did not 
Kill a horse to get a halter. PB, GS, AJ. 
Rappy, DA, RL. LH, KB, my sis, KR & 
everyone else. I love ya all God Bless, 
Thanks mom & dad A Ed! Thanks too, 
RG & Mrs. G. Mrs. W the 'other' 
parents. 

GREG STRAIT 

PO Box 45 
Harrisonville, PA 17228 

Block & Bridle, Dairy Society, Western 
Equestrian Team, Livestock Judging 
team. Intramural volleyball. Peer Coun- 
selor. 

Remember my first A-Day, Bill & Gary. 
Thanks to Class of '85 the "FUBAR" 
gang Showing of my A-Day animals. 
Beef & Dairy, my judging trips with the 
3 girls how about it Pete, The smelly 
vans & the RAM at Bru bakers, Gary 
how about the Vodka morning, AL at 
NBI & Yukon, Farm Show, "Head-Oh", 

"Johnny Nostril", you betcha sweet ! 

The Tabor Tots, Samuel 114, Special 
Thanks to Mom & Dad I couldn't have 
done it without you! 

DINA M. VIDMAR 



8116 S. Kromeria Way 
Engl c wood, Colo 80112 

Equestrian Team, RA, Block & Bridle, 
Equine Club. 

Mom & Dad, I couldn't have done it 
without you. Bob I. L. Y. always . . . 
You're in a cave. Where do buffalo 
wings come from? Grass stains & Uno, 
Tom from L.l. Halloween Parties. 5' & 
under club, I luv you all. Windy - the 
great meat taste center. Beth - grazing? 
Don't eat that olive Barb. Give someone 
you love the shaft. 

MARK ANTHONY 
WHITE 

PO Box 443 

Washington Crossing, PA 18977 

ANGELA M. 
WILLIAMS 

15 Hawthorne Dr. 
Medford, NJ 08055 



BRIAN COURTNEY 
WOOD 

6217 N. Smedley St. 
Philadelphia. PA 191 4 1 

JAMES ANDREW 
YEAGER 

Rt. 2 Box 967 

Breinigsville, PA 18031 

FFA, Station Mgr of WDVC. RA, Foot- 
ball Mgr. 

Mom & dad thanks for all the support 
these past 4 yrs. I couldn't have done it 
without you. Brett, don't ever forget 
those crazy times! Hugh, what else but 
STJNK! Terry, Pete, Liza, Kara, Bev, 
you guys are the greatest! Jill I'll miss 
you a lot, but you will still always be 
M.L.O. Take Care. 

ALEKSANDER M. 
ZAJAC 

947 Woodland Dr 
Southampton, PA 18966 



BIOLOGY 



ANN BASTIAN 

1425 N. Wales Rd. 
North Wales, PA 19454 

Biology Club, (sec), English Equestrian 
Team, Math Tutor, Equine Club. 

Thanks to my family for their support. 
Nasty - Thank you for being there 
through the good & bad. Remember Py- 
thon, Rutles, Beatles, Police, Sting, Mac, 
John, Heather, the concert, the Story, 
the videos, and the vampires. Best of luck 
to you & Jeff, Friends Forever! Love Al- 
ways - Dirk. 

RENE MARIE 
BROOKS 

283 Magnolia Rd. 
Warminster, PA 18974 

RONALD KENNETH 
BUCK JR. 



35 Green Lane 
Sellersville, PA 18960 

GLENN ARTHUR 
CARLSON 

135 W. Oakland Ave 
Doylestown, PA 18901 

SHARON CHAPMAN 

125 W. Manheim St. 
Philadelphia, PA 19144 

ELIZABETH GIBBONS 
DAVIS 

3370 10th Street North 
Apt. 1307 
Naples, FL 33940 

ANTHONY MICHAEL 
DELISE 

54 Hickory Lane 
Doylestown, PA 18901 

DEBORAH S. 
EMMERT 

8588 Wissahickon Ave. 
Philadelphia, PA 19128 

Biology Club, Lab Animal Club, ICC, 
Tutor. 

E.C.-D.H.-L.T.-D.Z.-H.T.-B.O.-J.P.- 
B.Z.-M.S.-L.G.-B.D.-Ty-Helmiester-Jr. 
fun-tack, NBI glasses, rat raisers, Argus, 
DiOrios, whale watch, Cancun, plan A 
through ?, A rat with a this big, 

giggles, waffy, S.H.M.L., water skiing, 
ZX, Helen sandwich, syringes, Lite, me- 
dia center movies, coloring, someone say 
Rick's? No you! 

MARGARET A EWAN 

1 1 2 Central Ave. 
Cedar Brook, NJ 08018 

Biology club, Intramural floor hockey, 
Intramural Volleyball. 

Thanks for all the memories Del Val. 
The Fruit Loop Troop Forever, Kegs & 
cards on snow days, transferring, A-Day, 



the legalization party, Special thanks to 
all my roomies for all the spectacular 
memories: Al, Cheryl, Rene, Sue & Liz, 
By the way, shut up Liz, Don't forget pit 
parties & AA meetings, Iced teas (silly 
potion) at Christmas time, parties at my 
house every Oct.; Friends: Al, Jen, 
Diane, Cheryl, Sue, Liz, Tracy, Trish, 
Jenny, Kelly, Laura, Randi, Stacey, Lor- 
raine & Anthony too. And FUN: the 
lake, samuel 2nd parties, veritable cruis- 
ing, brewskis, thirsty runs, weddings, 
grain parties, registers, Thursdays, Flori- 
da, Guys, Boyfriends, some of the best 
times of my life. Thanks & Love espe- 
cially goes to my family for supporting 
me in all my decisions. I love you guys. 
Thanks again especially you Mom & 
Dad. 

KIMBERLY ANN 
FLOSDORF 

116 Bristol Rd. 
Chalfont, PA 18914 

COLLEEN 
FREDERICK 

532 Lincoln Ave. 
Souderton, PA 18964 

Cross Country, Biology Club. 

The friendly supportive atmosphere on 
campus & the professors that care & 
truly love teaching (Dr. Miller, Dr. We- 
ber, Dr. Orr, Mr. Standing) Thanks to 
you all. 

DANIEL C. FREED 

1217 Laurel Lane 
Phoenixville, PA 19460 



LYNDA CAROL 
GREEN 

520 E. Pine StT 
Feasterville, PA 19047 

EDWRD THOMAS 
HELLRIEGEL 

Golf Course Rd. RD #4 
Flanders, NJ 07836 



MARK A. HARTZELL 

1821 E. Butler Pike 
Ambler, PA 19002 

JACQUELINE 
HIDALGO 

4516 Brookside Ave. 
Bristol, PA 19007 

MICHELE B. 
MORGAN 

5524 N. 13th St. 
Philadelphia, PA 19126 

Volleyball, Volleyball Mgr., Floral Soci- 
ety. 

"Though there's one thing that I cry for I 
believe enough to die for That is every 
man's responsibility to man." -Maya An- 
gelov- 

BARBARA JEAN 
OKORN 

12 Brandywine Dr. 
Mechanicsburg, PA 17055 

JOANN M. PEKOL 

190 Chamberlain St. 
Plains, PA 18705 

Biology Club, Lab Animal Club, Dean's 
List, Football Mgr., Homecoming 



Thanks Mom & Dad for all of your love 
& support throughout these 4 yrs. To 
B.O., H.T., L.T., D.E. you guys are the 
greatest. Never forget all of our great 
times. I'll miss you guys. Barb, thanks for 
putting up with me the last 3 yrs. You 
really are the best roommate. Never for- 
get all my classic hangovers, contacts, 
clogged toilets, running through glass, & 
jumping in windows. Thanks for looking 
out for me. Remember "Yo Ling", "No- 
body", "the little keg that wasn't", 
Chickens & ducks, Christmas Pub, 
Grath, Animal & most of all "Forever 
Young" I'll be visiting with or without 
Strohs, Thanks Joe for making my senior 
yr. special. 



MARTHA E PHILLIPS 

1409 Meadow Dr. 
Norristown, PA 19401 

KEITH AARON 
ROUSE 

96 Bucks Meadow Lane 
Newtown, PA 18940 

JED SPRUCE 
SEITZINGER 

PO Box 25 
Shartlesville, PA 19554 

Chess Club (pres.), Wrestling, Track, In- 
tramural softball 

I made it! Thanks to my entire family 
especially Mom, Dad & Aunt Lil, for 
supporting me & believing in me every 
step of the way. On May 22, 1987 I met 
Michelle, my future wife! To her I give 
my heart, strength, soul & mind! In the 
Future: Ophthalmologist 

MARY J. SENAUSKY 

101 Krista Ct 
Chalfont, PA 18914 

HELEN TAYLOR 

38 Glenville Rd. 
Edison, NJ 08817 

Biology Club, Hillel, Equestrian Team, 
RA, A-Day Rep, ICC Rep. 

WOW. Seth Bear, Lisa, Dave, Barb, Ty, 
Deb, Jr, Beth, Brenda, Joanne, Tony, 
Let's all stay on the same wavelength 
forever. Laughing, Red Sweats, Sea 
Breezes, the Kinks, the Beatles, Chalk on 
the nose, Dolphy, Toys, out of my fish 
tank, water fights, bubbles - Bio., 
Buldges & Beer 

LISA ANN 
THORNTON 

1291 Palomino Dr. 
Warrington, PA 

Biology Club, (Tres) DVC Football As- 
sistant to trainer, Equestrian team, 
Dean's List 



Mom & Dad, Thank you & I love you. 
To a very special person in my life, Dave 
you mean the world to me! I love ya 
Zabo! Sept 4. 1988. Waiting for 1990. 
Helen, Deb, Barb, Joanne & Lynda - I'll 
never forget ya. DVC football. A-Day 
Bio Exhibit, NBI, Zeta chi, Good luck 
class of 1989. 



ADMINISTRATE 



THOMAS 

CHRISTOPHER 

ALLEN 

766 Garden Rd. 
Warminster, PA 18974 

EDWARD CHARLES 
ARNOLD 

21 16 Cedar Run Dr. Apt. 102 
Camp Hill, PA 1701 1 

SUZANNE SMITH 
BARNHURST 

4 Patricia Ln 
Chalfont, PA 18914 

JAMIE LOUISE 
BARTELL 

40-42 South 8th St. Apt 4 
Perkasie, PA 18944 

MARGARET CECILE 
BAUMMER 

8328 Bradshaw Rd. 
Bradshaw, MD 21021 

Softball, yearbook staff. Intramural Vol- 
leyball, Flamingo Grove Country Club 

Mom & Dad I love you both very much 
without you I would have never made it! 
My 21st B-Day in a limo, Thanks Patti. 
Goldman 204 parties Tom & Tom-Tom. 
Starchhead, Hickey neck. Strip Darts . . 
., Chris "Hot B !" Buffy I can't go to 
class my hair is a mess. Smoking cigars 
with Sean, Sleep walking over to the 
FGCC. Ebert you are the greatest! 



Christopher "How 'bout those hickeys" 
Tom & I in the snow, What a bruise on 
my butt! Homecoming '87 in the parking 
lot. Winespritzers w/ Vicki & Buffy. 
Chris "How's no Balls?" Ya wanna?, 
976-SOUL Burning Gumby's couch & 
putting it out w/ Polo, NBI & Pokey's. 
Alan, Terry, Gwen, Nancy, & Jon - 
Thanks for a great Fr. yr., Patty & Buffy 
I'll miss you guys Good Luck to all the 
people I have known at DVC. 

WILLIAM DAVID 
BOYLE 

RD #1 Briarcrest Rd 
Dallas, PA 18612 

BARRY WADE 
BROWN 

6221 Delaney St. 
Philadelphia, PA 19143 

JOHN MICHEAL 
BURKHARDT 

814 Evergreen Dr. 
Wyomissing, PA 19610 

Golf, College Republicans, Business 
Club. 

Thanks to Rebecca, Ray, Chief, Marty, 
Steve, Riley: Bulldogs, Roadtrips, The 
shore, Jack's Place, the closet. Golden 
Bear, Pineapple Bombers, Wolfpack, 
Cooke Fire, Dad Vails. 

JOSEPH BUTTS 

5229 W Jefferson Street 
Philadelphia, PA 19131 

BENJAMIN 
CALDERAIO JR. 

1S71 Brookwood Drive 
Bensalem, PA 19020 

MATTHEW ANTHONY 
CHUPALIO 

106 Dil worth Lane 
Langhorne, PA 19047 



NEIL CLOVER 

IS Fieldstone Place 
Flemington, NJ 08822 

STEVE ANTHONY 
D'AMBRA 

939 Foulkrod Street 
Philadelphia, PA 19124 

AUDREY OLIVIA 
DANIEL 

522 Ferry Road 
Doylestown, PA 18901 

WILLIAM J. DE 
MARCO 

1849 S. Carlisle St. 
Philadelphia, PA 19145 

Lacrosse, Business Club, Intramural 
Hockey 

Wolfsohn Hall Freshman Yr. . . . My 
18th Birthday party, yo Jon G . . . Saving 
bottle caps . . . Lacrosse Registered's . . . 
My 20th birthday party . . . Polly Bros., 
right J Z ... Dr. Mont. & Dr. Handler . . 
. All nighter . . . Hurricane Gloria . . . 
Skiing . . . Lisa G., Bobbie . . . Running 
for homecoming Queen ... All my 
friends, you know who you are. 

RONALD STEVEN DE 
MARINO 

909 Hunt Dr. 
Yardley, PA 19067 

PATRICIA A. 
DOLLARTON 

568 Stanbridge Street 
Norristown, PA 19401 

Freshman: Volleyball, Basketball-Most 
Improved Player, Sophomore: Volley- 
ball, Basketball Junior: Volleyball- Most 
Valuable Player Basketball-Most Im- 
proved Player Senior: Volleyball-Most 
Valuable Player, First Team All-MAC, 
Basketball-Captain. 



Berk 2nd, Work Hall 2nd floor Co-ed 
dorm, "Gert and Leona", being suspend- 
ed, Florida, Fizz, Club Atlantis, Broken 
Leg, Bell's Palsey, Sea Isle City, Tama- 
qua, Drinking, Fire in Cooke Hall, Fire 
Alarms, Pit Parties, Ooh Yup!, Lewy 
and Doug, Pizza Hut, Binnie and 
Flynn's, Cateterin, M.V.P.'s, MAC's, A- 
Day, Pubs, 7-11, Cops, West Campus, 
McNulty, My hats, Yo dude, Meeting 
friends, losing friends, Bye to Ewan and 
Liz, Thanks to Jenny, Kelley, Karen, 
Beth, Laurie, Zellers, Leo, Sheri, Stuhl, 
Tom Makowski, Greek, Brett and every- 
one else! Special love goes to Jenny and 
Kelly for Always being my friend. To my 
family: I love you! Good-bye, Trish. 

TODD A. DOUCETT 

4 Naomi Lane 
Chalfont, PA 18914 

JULIE YVONNE 
DUTTON 

151 Maple Avenue 

Apt. R7 

Dublin, PA 18917 

DARYLL LAMONT 
ELLISON 

514 West Street 
Pottstown, PA 19464 . 

JAMES THOMAS 
ENOCH 

1 1 Hawthorn Drive 
Medford, NJ 08055 

Four years Cross Country, Winter and 
Spring Track, 2 years Captain of Winter 
and Spring Track. Green and Gold 
Leaders award, APICS and AMA club. 

Passing out in front of the gym, HOT 
TUB PARTIES 1 & 2, the track team 
hopefully going all the way in '89, Dou- 
ble Visions, the parties in Work Hall!! 
Bahamas, here we come! SPECIAL 
THANKS to: Coach Acker, Garvin, 
Ken McDaid (big brother) and my 
roommate Ed Hahola. To all my friends 
and family "I could not have made it 
without you!!!" 



LAURA ETZWEILER 

RD 2 Box 329B 
Halifax, PA 17032 

Student Government, Sophomore Class 
Officer, Softball Team, Intramural 
Floor Hockey, Intramural Volleyball, 
Women's Basketball Statisticianist, 
Business Club, Student Activities Com- 



Cobke .2 was considered the worst floor 
on campus . . . Cooke beach . . . 86-87 
Softball Team went to MAC playoffs . . . 
When Tammy P. got fatally ill and hos- 
pitalized at least once a year . . . The 
night Deb N. lost her I. D. ... I was too 
immature to be an RA . . . My face 
peeled 7 times after trip to Myrtle Beach 
. . . Kim T., Tammy P., Lisa V., Steph 
D., Monique P., Kim Z., Joanne W., and 
I hung out on Cooke Second ... I almost 
transferred . . . Our softball van hit the 
Baltimore tunnel on our way home from 
Myrtle Beach . . . Cooke was a female 
dorm . . . hurricane Gloria . . . Michelle 
Shirk was lost . . . Cooke was cooked 
Dec. 12, 1988 . . . The night Deb N. 
unintentionally found her way to a 
Cooke 1 room . . . My first impressions of 
Del Val . . . Lorraine's car died at the 
mall . . . Our famous sleepovers '. . . 
Randi's cafe incident . . . Thanx Liz, 
Margie (Ha, HA), Lorraine, Hoov, 
Randi, and Edie for a great senior year . . 
. Floor Hockey Champs 4 years!! . . . 
Finally, Thanx Mom & Dad for all of the 
support-Luv Ya! 

EDIE ANN FEIGLES 

Pine Tree Farm 
Doylestown, PA 18901 

RA, Business Club, A-Day Chairman 
'89 

PHILLIP: 4/7/90 Will it ever get here? 
143 forever & always Pictionary anyone? 
SUE, STEVE, JIM, CHRIS, RICH, 
VIV, SCOTT: friends are never really 
apart. APRIL, CHRIS: Thanks for 
making my Sr. yr. LAURA, ETZ: Keep 
in touch. DVC Thanks for the opportuni- 
ties. LOOK OUT MARYLAND 
HERE I COME! 

JOHN ALBERT FORD 

RD #1 Box 312 R, Christman Rd. 
Kutztown, PA 19530 



JENNIFER M. 
GARNER 

101 Hillcrest Ave. 
Chalfont, PA 18914 

RICHARD ALLEN 
GRAVER 

314 East Market St. 
Perkasie, PA 18944 

KELLY L. HADESTY 

320 Mountain Ln. 
Tamaqua, PA 18252 

Student Gov, Student Activities Comm., 
Student Conduct Comm., Wrestling 
Stats, Intramural Floor Hockey & Vol- 
leyball 

Goodbye Del Val, You'll never be the 
same w/o Trish, Jen, & I. Mud Sliding 
then showering in Wolfson, 7-11, Wak- 
ing me at 5 AM 5 nights a week, pump- 
kin fight, our "favorite administration", 
removal from Berk 2nd, lollipops, 
"punch parties", security. Will we make 
it until May, Randi have gas lately? You 
really stunk us out that night, watching 
movies but never making it til the end, & 
Laura how can anyone fall asleep in 30 
seconds? Hey guys I love you And finally 
to my video man Scott thanks & I love 
you, this years turning out a lot better 
because of you. Mom & Dad it's been 
rough but thank you both. 

DAVID G, 
HANINCHICK (CHIEF) 

1042 West 19th St. 
Hazelton, PA 18201 



Thank you Mom & Dad for your sup- 
port. Spotts, John, Ray, Steve, & Marty 
were one big party. Special thanks to Dr. 
Handler for the feathers, Oops! Almost 
forgot Todd from out west, LW had a 
great couple of yrs. 

W. CROSBY HOFF 

13 East St. 
Doylestown, PA 18901 



MARTIN HOFFNER 

SS8 Derwen Rd. 
Blue Bell. PA 19422 

STACEY HOOVER 

RD #4 Box 60S 

Newport, Pa 17074 

Secretary of Sr. Class, Field Hockey, 
Presidential Diplomats, Yearbook Staff, 
Intramural Floor Hockey, Volleyball 

Snow day our sophomore yr. - sledding 
behind Butcher's truck. Working at 
DVC Dairy, soph. yr. . thanx for the 
good times - Randi, Liz, Etz, Margaret, 
Laine. Rick, Joanne, Tammy, Barb. 
Butcher, Thanx for making my freshman 
& sophomore yr. the best. (Birthday par- 
ty) ("Hoover I feel sick") Love ya 
Butcher. Thanx Mom & Dad. 

CHRISTINA JACOB 

861 Sackettsford Rd. 
Ivyland, PA 18974 

ROBERT WILSON 
JENKINS 

37 Muirfield Ln 
Bridgewater. NJ 08807 

JENNIFER J. 
KAUFFMAN 

18 Pennwood Rd. 
Lebanon, PA 17042 



8407 Indian Head Highway 
Fort Washington. MD 20744 

RANDI KUNKEL 



RD #2 Box 474 - U 
Northumberland, PA 178S7 

Winter & Spring, Track & Field, Basket- 
ball & Field hockey 

A special thanks to my Mom & Dad! 
Thank you for all the love & support you 
have given me. The two of you are the 
best & I love you!! I'll always remember 
my freshman yr, all the great parties, it 
was the best yr. of all. I'll never forget all 
my embarrassing moments such as the 
refrigerator & the cafeteria incidences. 
This yrs. Christmas party was a blast, 
with Etz's Great announcements. Also 
Liz's 21st was the best, good old George. 
Jim, pour some sugar on me, you are a 
great singer. Hoover, Etz. Liz & Marga- 
ret, thanks for making my Sr, yr. all it 
was. A special thanks to Laura, You 
have been a wonderful friend, thank you 
for being there. 

RODNEY J. 
KWIATKOWSKI 

303 South Poplar Dr. 
Mount Carmel, PA 17851 

PAUL SCOTT 
LEINBACH 

255 N. Jackson Ave. 
North Plainfield, NJ 07060 

RITA LYNNE LESH 



THOMAS AUGUSTINE 
MAKOWSKI 

3432 Belgrade St. 
Philadelphia. PA 19134 

MICHAEL MALEC 

RD #1 Box 91 

Jarmyn, Pa 18433 

TRACY DIANE 
MARSHALL 

DVC PO Box 217 

Doylestown, PA 18901 

BRIAN THOMAS 
MASCHMEYER 

1919 Esther Dr. 
Carlisle, PA 17013 

DANIEL B. MC DYRE 
JR 

PO Box 394, Greenridge Rd 
Fulong, PA 18925 

FELIX THOMAS MC 
KEOGH 

412 Paoli Ave 
Philadelphia, PA 19128 

JILL MARIE 
MICHELFELDER 



First I'd like to thank my parents for 
giving me the opportunity to achieve a 
college education. I finally did it! I love 
you two. I'd also like to thank all of my 
friends for the good times that we had. 
They finally are getting rid of us, 
TRISH, KELLEY, & JENNY. Now 
it's on to bigger & better achievements. 
Good Luck everybody. Bye Video Villa 
Man! 

ROBERT BROOKE 
KERBY 



527 Church Rd. 
Hatfield, PA 19440 

MICHAEL J. 
LEWANDOWSKI 

1728 Walnut St. 
Lansdale, PA 19446 

DAVID JOSEPH LONG 



784 Boxwood Sr. 
Warminsterm PA 18974 



PO Box 173 
Furlong, PA 18925 

DAVID LEE MOYER 



29-5 Wister Way 
Reading, PA 19606 

TAMMY JO 
PETRASKIE 



1 Delancy Ct. 

North Wales, PA 19454 



JEFF ROBERT 
POWELL 

7 Steven Rd. 

Kendall Park, NJ 08824 

CATHRYN V. RABEA 

32 Ironwood Rd. 
Levittown, PA 19460 

LEO REAVER 

RD #5 Box 5014 
Spring Grove, PA 17362 

Football, Track, Intramural Basketball, 
& Football 

I'll miss all my friends, especially Mike 
Vergis. 

DOUGLAS SCOTT 
REIGLE 

RD #1, Box 7540 
Grantville, PA 17028 

JAMES H. REISER 



741 Union Ave. 
Lyndhurst, NJ 07021 

CHRISTOPHER J. 
RILEY 

7726 Frontenac St. 
Philadelphia, PA 19111 

TIMOTHY BYRON 
RIMMER 

20 Donaldson St., Apt. 202 
Doylestown, PA 18901 

SCOTT ALLEN 
RUDOLPH 

528 Rte. 113 
Sellersville, PA 18960 

DEBORAH ANN 
SCANNAPIECO 



103 Woodlake Dr. 
Holland, PA 18966 

Softball, Field Hockey, Field Hockey 
Statistician, Innerhall council, Peer 
. counseling 

Thanks Mom & Dad I Love You. I 
couldn't have done it without you. Carl, 
I'll Love you forever, I can't believe we 
made it. Well it's 5 down 20 to go. Lynne 
thanks for all the good times. Here's the 
key, be good. Where is my third room- 
mate? Want a Peanutbutter & fluff 
sandwich? It's your alarm not mine. 
Shawn, Do you really think I'm obnox- 
ious. I have a piggy for ransom. Na did 
you get it yet or do you need lessons? 
Mags what abut the tunnel? Let's have 
some soup! COLD is the only way to go. 
Shmuck - Where did you go? We had 
some good times. Let's go for a drive. 
Jamie -N- Paul Thanks for the fun at 
work. Berk 1st was fun. Good Luck & 
success to all of the Aggies. 

MARK ANDREW 
SCHLEGEL 

301 W. Montgomery Ave. 
North Wales, PA 19454 

ROBERT F. SEILER 

RD #5 Mc Neil Rd. 
Doylestown, PA 18901 

RICHARD ERIC 
SHADDINGER 

RD #2, 5378 Long Lane 
Doylestown, PA 18901 

RONALD LEWIS 
SHAFFER JR. 

5630 Fish & Game Rd. 
Dover, PA 17315 

RAYMOND JOHN 
SHILLING 

6222 North 4th St. 
Philadelphia, PA 19120 

RANSOM FISCHER 
SHOUP III 



1925 E. Sawmill Rd. 
Quakertown, PA 18951 

DEBBIE ANN 
STACKHOUSE 

240 Meyers Ln, 
Easton, PA 18042 

CHRIS J. STUHL 

4346 Pearce St. 
Philadelphia, PA 19124 

MARY ANN 
THOMPSON 

1379 Clearview Dr. 
Jamison, PA 18929 

KIMBERLY A. 
TIMLER 

1822 Grandview Ave. 
Westfield, NJ 07090 

Softball, Intramural floor hockey & vol- 
leyball 

I Love you Mom & Dad! I couldn't have 
done it without your support. Michele 
Pam, Jill, My favorite roommates. Sam- 
uel 2nd boys, Tequilla, Bonfires, regis- 
ters, Kelly's, NBI - Yeah Pam "21", 
Troc, Myrtle Beach (Crazy Zacks), Flor- 
ida, Shore, the burning couch! 

KRISTINE LORI 
TOMPKINS 

3 Sandy Knoll Dr. 
Doylestown, PA 18901 

HARRY WILLIAM 
UNRATH 

20 Woodmount Rd. 
Chalfont, PA 18914 

WILLIAM DENNIS 
VAN NOSTRAND 



747 Tennyson Ave. 
Warminster, PA 18974 



LISA A. VERNALIS 

21 1 Arizona Ave. 

Shenandoah Heights, PA 17976 

MARK MATTHEW 
VINITSKI 

121 Main St. 
Ranshaw, PA 17866 

CARMEN I. 
ZAFFARANO 

1722 East Butler Pike 
Ambler, PA 19002 

DONATO ZECCHINO 

27 Patten Terrace 
Cedar Grove, NJ 07009 

JON ANDREW 
ZELLERS 



980 Locust Grove Rd. 
York, PA 17402 



KEVIN MICHAEL 
ZIEGLER 

1 1 5 Corrine Dr. 
Pennington, NJ 08534 

AMA, APICS, Business Club, Employ- 
ment Program, Fund raising, Market 
Research Survey Group. 

Dr. Mont's Classes, The Measles, Mr. 
Simones Classes, Mom, Dad, Joanie, 
The Grandparent's, "The Crew", DVC 
Business Department, Hangin' up the 
cleats (soccer) to become a real student. 
Jersey Shore, The dedicated teachers. 
Thanks DVC for all your support! 



SUZANNE LOUISE 
FETZER 



29 South Main Street. Apt 2-B 
Doylestown Pa. 18901 



JASON WILLEM 
FREED 

640 South Towamencin Avenue 
Phoenixville, Pa. 19460 

JAMES JOSEPH IVY 

6277 Ferry Road East 
Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

DIANE LYNN SCOTT 

1240 Grenox Road 
Wynnewood, Pa. 19096 

KAREN ANN SHUST 



COMPUTER 
INFORMATION 
SYSTEMS 
MANAGEMENT 

KARA M. GHERING 



SSI Maple Avenue 
Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

Chorale - President, Computer Club, 
Student Tutor, ICC 

To my family: Thank you for all of your 
love and support, and for the gentle 
pushes when I needed them. Terry: I'm 
glad I joined Chorale!! I love you. And to 
Lisa, Beth, Hughie, Bev, Peter, Brett, 
and Jimmy: Thanks for the special 



BRIAN DAVID HAHN 

56 Smoketree Road 
Levittown, Pa. 

Band 2 & 3, Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 
3, 4, Computer Club 3 & 4 A-Day Secu- 
rity 2, 3, 4 Student Government 3, Living 
learning Dorm Co-Founder 3 & 4 Com- 
puter Room Monitor 3 & 4. 

Ducky and Froggy (my parents) Thanx 
for my chance at a college education, 
love Brian, The Few, The Proud, The 



CISM majors, use a pulley system. My 
Poncho, Stealth, Computer games, 
Macs!!! AHUM!!!. Scott me up Bcamie! 
I'm Hicks! Don't eat the urinal cakes. 
Won Dumb, LL & LLL, Nerd Dorm, 
93.3 WMMR, 94 WYSP. I squish your 
head, fun with Rich and Dave and Suz, 
U.B.S., Defion, shop-shop. BcllyButton, 
I love Ya Puter, If it bleeds, we can kill 
it. Gunship, BH 1942, Dammit Jim, I'm 
a CISM/OH major not a jock! To all 
S.D., Bill-Bill, P.F., DC, R.S., J.C., 
M.V., S.f. Speedy. Thanks for the good 
times. Good luck. Captain Camouflage 

CATHRYN VERONICA 
RABEA 

32 Iron wood Road 
Levittown, Pa. 19057 

RICHARD ERIC 
SHEDDINGER 

Road #2 5378 Long Lane 
Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

DAVE J. 
ZABOROWSKI 

1 18 Park Avenue 
Selinsgrove, Pa 

DVC Football ('85-'89), Intramural 
Softball, Intramural Basketball, Zeta 
Chi- President 1988-89. Peer Counselor, 
Presidential Diplomat, Computer Lab 
Assistant, Intramural Volleyball, Dean's 
List 

Thanks Mom and Dad for your love and 
support! Sept 6th, 1986. Dinner Sept 4, 
1988- Lisa, I love you! MAC 1988 2nd 
team, #52 Center, 7:00 morning run, A- 
DAY and ZETA CHI, CLAY, ROD, 
Paul, Chun, JR. DEB, HELEN and es- 
pecially LISA - thanks for making these 
4 years great! Good luck class of 89- - 
look out world! 

DAIRY SCIENCE 
LAINE R. HELLEIN 

131 West Fourth Street 
Emporium, Pa. 15834 

Dairy Society, Student Government, 
DVC Diplomat, Food Committee, 



Homecoming, Judging Team, Dairy In- 
tern, Student Herdsman, Christmas 
Magic '88. 

"Excuse me my shirt is bleeding," Pinky, 
Malibu Nite, "Big 2", Gerdy (The Pink 
Flamingo), 6Q, Ride From Ray Boston's 
beach party, "Pasture Parties", Christ- 
mas Break '86 (Mercedes), Samuel Barn 
Boxes, Clipping, with "God", "Tuby Puss 
Puss Kitty AAAHH!", The dumping 
station, 7-11 runs, Ginko lane Parking 
lot, Solidifying jello at the beach!, Up- 
pies vs. Downies, Little red jetta!, Oh- 
Petey-oh Petey!, Rehobath beach at 4:00 



AUDRA HICKMAN 

Road 2 Box 30 
Winthrop, N.J. 13697 

I worked, worked, worked, worked some 
more and then ... I got a job. A-Day 
Dairy showing 4 years. 

Thanks everybody who helped me get to 
graduation in less than seven years. 
Thanks mom/dad. Jim thanks for being 
the best teacher and for giving me Taryn 
to start my herd. Most of all thanks Kate 
for being the best friend I'll ever have, 
couldn't have done it with out you. 

LEONARD TYRRELL 
HOLTON-"TERRY" 

986 Middle Turnpike . 
Storrs, Connecticut 06268 

Chorale, Dairy Society, and ICC 

Let us toast to four years of the most 
interesting, frustrating, happy, sad, lone- 
ly, exhausting, growing, and creative 
years of my life. Thank you Mom and 
Dad for making it all possible. Kara, I 
too am glad you joined chorale, life shall 
never be the same! I love you. Hugh, 
Brett, Pete, Lisa, Bev, Jimmy, your 
friendship is very special. I will always 
remember the Cape. Homis, slut pigs 
shall ride high a top forever. Brett, Ho- 
mis will we ever be safe from the Cajuns, 
lackies, Boyd's, Orr's yeagers and chaes. 

ALBERT EDWARD 
JENKINS IV 

Box 73, Main Street 
Fawn Grove, Pa. 17321 



RICHARD LAWRENCE 

2226 White Hall Road 
White Hall MD. 21161 

Dairy Society 4 years, A-Day 3 years, 
Block and Bridle 2 years, Dairy judging 



Tabor year, "Sober Socials", 3 am milk- 
ings, "Dry dorms", My 20th birthday, 
DJing parties, Let's drink, Road trips, A 
night in Madison, Ocean City MD, kay 
Bittners, Clipping cows!!, Dairy Society 
trips, Bred heifer sales, A-Day parties, 
the fun times with Pete, Al, Laine and 
Greg! It wouldn't have been fun without 
you! 

KEVIN H. STANTON 

Road #1, Box 176 
Holland Patent, NY. 13354 

MICHAEL K. 
SWARTLY 

Road #2, Box 239 A 
Wysox, Pa. 18854 

EQUINE SCIENCE 

JANICE LYNN 
BETHMAN 

Road #1 Box 235 
Wapwallopen, Pa. 18660 

JAN MICHELLE 
EGNER 

1496 Old Bethlehem Pike 
Quakertown, Pa. 18951 

MELISSA HAHL 
GORDON 

328 Maple Street 
Conshohocken, Pa. 19428 

CORINNE M. HERB 

1 1 7 Pawnee Road 
New Britain, Pa. 18901 



SHAREN JOYCE 
KELLY 

Road #3 Box 332 
Wertsville Road 
Ringoes, NJ. 08551 

GRETCHEN ANN 

LANNON 

401 Park Place- Park Drive 
Cherry Hill, NJ. 08002 

MICHELE LORRAINE 
NEELY 

179 Laurel Run Road 
Quakertown, Pa. 18951 

NANCY C. 
O'DONNELL 

4024 Shelmire Avenue 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19136 



IENCE 



PAUL VARTKES 



AJEMIAN 

Roger Foote Rd. 
Lebanon, CT 06249 

WAYNE CHABOT 

Box 1 

Vernon, NY 13476 



MVULIJHILIJ 



CHARLES EDWARD 
BAKER 

334 A Tilden Rd. 
Thorofare, NJ 08086 

WILLIAM JAMES 
HANSELL 

RD #2, Box 23 
Gillett, PA 16925 




ROBERT J. LENGYEN 



91 S. Main St. 
Allentown. NJ 08501 

ROBERT WALTER 
SOLLY 

1167 Spencer Rd. 
Ivyland, PA 18974 

Horticulture Society, Peer Counseling. 
SADD. FFA, Delta Tau Alpha. 

Mom & Dad, Thanks isn't enough, with- 
out your love & encouragement I 
wouldn't have made it. Now 1 want to 
say I Love You, you're the best. To the 
rest of my family thanks for your sup- 
port. Frank you're the best roommate, 
stay you, cause we love you. Work guys. 
Berk gals & everyone else thanks for the 
best 4 years of my life. 

WILLIAM CHARLES 
WELLER 

PO Box 860 
Dublin, PA 18917 

ORNAMENTAL 



CHRISTOPHER 

MICHAEL 

ANTONELLI 

61 W. Washington St. 
Nanticoke, PA 18634 

THOMAS FREELAND 
AWALT 

3918 Chatham Ln. 
Ellicott City, MD 21043 

Lacrosse, Sailing, Biking, Cross Country 

Toasting burgers, the water tower, 3rd 
floor Samuel, slate throwing, see your 
brother, get that booty action, giving Pat 
& Eric a hard time, coaches room, 
screamer, trip to Philly, The pot, the 
horn, CAMELI. Tracey finds the key 
hole. If I I can get any guy I 



want. Football w/ Patty, Tom. Mags. & 
Ramsey. 

LEONARD MICHAEL 
AZZARANO 

7952 Ridgeway St. 
Philadelphia, PA 19111 

TERRY BERRYMAN 
(BEAR) 

517 West 5th St. 
Pennsburg, PA 18073 

Football, National honor societies: Delta 
Tau Alpha, Pi Alpha Zi. 

Thanks Mom & Dad for understanding 
& helping me. Also Thank you Mr. Co- 
whig & all my friends for helping, esp. 
Sean. I am very grateful to all those who 
worked for me at the concerts & clubs. 
Sean, remember the road trips, parties, 
& talks. Remember the trips w/ Mr. 
Benner; Building "Kiosks" in landscape 
construction class; "1988" A- Day when I 
was the bunny & the night at the NBI 
when I bought rounds & everyone got 
wasted! I wish everyone career & joyous 
& healthy life! "Success is reached by 
how hard one works for it" The Bear. 

BETH ANNE BEVINS 
"BUFFY" 

97 Powderhorn Dr. 
Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 

Floral Society, Landscape Nursery 
Club, Philadelphia Flower Show, Year- 
book Staff & Editor, RA, Intramural 
Volleyball. 

Beth - Who's she?? I can't believe it's 
been 4 yrs. It's been a learning experi- 
ence in many ways. Thanks Mom & Dad 
for all your love & support especially Fr. 
yr. Good Luck to all the friends I've 
made especially the Berk girls, 1st & 
2nd, my landscape buddies, the FGCC 
gang, & the guys in Samuel 213. Thanx, 
you all made college a worthwhile & in- 
teresting experience. Mags - I think it's 
about 40 min. from here - I'm gonna miss 
ya.; Chris - Remember it was God who 
made the seed grow. Take care of your- 
self; Joan - Those trips to Craftique were 
always an adventure! Thanx for keeping 
me in the right frame of mind!; I'm hap- 



py being me. Ma & Pa Kettle & the Dog, 
hairspray & hickeys, soccer games & 
Bambi, Keener's wine spritzers, 7-11 
walks & Slurpees, It's harmless, my 1st 
weekend here, the Def Leppard concert, 
my many majors, Ernie Nurney's nursey, 
Sr. yr. - Will I make it? Mic & Tiff you 
must be freshman! Good Luck! 



HAROLD E. BURNETT 

RD #1 Box 1555 
Columbia, NJ 07832 

ALBERT CHARLES 
CICCONI 

RD 10 Box 424 Farmingdale Rd. 
Jackson, NJ 08527 

Landscape Nursery Club, Cycling club 
(Pres), Ski Club (Pres), Pi Alpha Zi 
(VP) Outdoors club (founder & Pres.) 

New York State, wet & rainy camping 
trips. Bill is it really like a swimming pool 
down there. Hey, Vince just ran the sign 
down. Tom did you see Claire Thomp- 
son? "The weasel", Ray pass me a cold 
one. Major conversations with Dan, 
Snidley's whining again. Snow coolers, 
mud balls & B.B. guns. My rooms on 
fire!! They just threw my TV out the 
window, I'm wiped out. 



JOAN ELIZABETH 
COMLY 

130 Main St. 
Chalfont. PA 18914 

Equestrian team, A-Day Flower show 
chairperson, Philadelphia Flower Show, 
Floral Society (Sec, Pres) Student Tour 
Guide, OH Industry Advisory Board, 
Yearbook, Pi Alpha Zi (Sec) 

Miller Gang - Good Bye & Good Luck, 
I'll miss all of you; Hey Sis, Can we give 
Daisy a mohawk? Fight for the one you 
love; Skip - Don't hurt the cow - OOPS! 
Wanna do happy hour? Free Pizza! you 
cheap-skate you!; Mags - Wake up!; 
Buffy, Where did you get that name? 
Keep smiling things always work out; 
Paul - I love you! Thank you for holding 
me up through it all. Let's feed the fish & 
reminisce; Mom & Dad - Thank you. 



JAMES P. CONNORS 

801 Golf Dr. . 
Warrington, PA 18976 

ANTHONY JOHN 
WILLIAM COOPER 

8506 Byrne Rd. 
Philadelphia, PA 19154 

Floral Society (Pres), Band, Chorale, 
Drama Club. 

Special Thanks goes to my Mother who 
showed me the there is more to life than 
just living it. To Helen, my best friend, 
who showed me that it's never to late to 
have a happy childhood & to my sister 
Karen who paved the road for me & was 
there for me when I needed a ride. 

MICHAEL JOSEPH 
DE CICCO 

65 Old New Rd 
Warrington, PA 18976 

JOSEPH MICHAEL 
DE STEFANO 

652 Rennard St. 
Philadelphia, PA 19116 

STEPHEN JOSEPH 
DOLPHIN 

1427 Benner St. 
Philadelphia, PA 19149 

ANTHONY MICHAEL 
FERRARO 

274 Garden Rd. 
Shrewsbury, NJ 07702 

Lacrosse, Outtings w/ the outdoors club 
(swimming lessons included) LNC, Ski- 
ing & Biking. 

Morning! NY trips (AC, TA, RW, RM), 
canoe trip to hell. Al . . . Bla Bla Bla . . . 
you too Mike! Thanks T.E.! Sing along 
with Kamalli. What broken window, 
anyway Tom where is my ball? Roasted 
burgers & raw fish at 2 AM, learning to 



fly, with a Cadillac? Bike trips with TA. 
J.G. ABSolute-ly. 3 yrs. later & still a 
bunch of puussy willows. 

DONALD BRUCE 
GRIFFING 

14 Fowler St. 
Wayland, NY 14572 

PETER GRANT 
HARING 

5 1 1 Preston Lane 
Hatboro, PA 19040 

I love you future Mrs. Haring. You have 
made my life wonderful, Sweet Pea, Ull- 
man 217 Fr. yr. Oh my God - I can't 
remember that yr!! To all the Cape Cod 
gang - we were Lit! Uncle Tickler, Ho- 
mis, Teryl, the Deadheads, Jimbo, Liz- 
ard, Grinch Parties, Monday Night foot- 
ball parties, who let the LCB on 
campus?. Someone get a clue! See ya all 
in graduate school! 

ALEXANDER JOHN 
HARRIS 

1138 Passmore St. 
Philadelphia, PA 19111 

MARK R. HAYES 

626 Leverington Ave. 
Philadelphia, PA 19128 



RACHEL CATHERINE 
KNIGHT 

RD #1, Box 139 

Washington, NJ 07882 

WILLIAM FRANCIS 
LAMACK 

874 Juniper Circle 
Harleysvill, PA 19438 

Landscape Nursery club, Philadelphia 
Flower Show committee, Pi Alpha Zi, 
Intramural Volleyball 



Hey Frank! Barbara says it was a good 
yr. for plant diseases. Did that Beech 
live? Frank you want to buy a homecom- 
ing cup? Hey troops I'll let you in on a 
little secret. Just between you, me & the 
lamp post. You could all be flippin' bur- 
gers at Wendy's, ya Bozo. Oh Dick, 
You're no fun. Well Pam Dawber, I love 

ya even when yor're a B ! I like your 

buds; let's get pot tight. Vanna White is 
the Goddess of Love, Hey, OH friends 
remember Mr. Benner's field trips, Mr 
Blau's slide shows and Wolfard's Con- 
striction class, Now I can make a Kiosk 
or put up a Quid. Thanks for all the good 
time; Patty, Bri-Bri, Suez-Seuz, Dead 
Head, Mc Snatch, Tony Bologny, 
Pamma Lamma, Qhrisby, Kristy & the 
Elson crew. Defcon Rules. Good for- 
tunes from Gerbel Hair. 



BEVERLY ARLENE 
LICHOTA 

571 Tuttle St. 
Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 

Business minor. Floral Society, A-Day 
Floral Competitions, FTD Competitions, 
Homecoming, Dean's Lists, Scholar- 
ships. 

I Love You Mom & Dad! THANK 
YOU! PETE, I LOVE YOU! Feb. 7 
1986, Our field, Knights in White Satin, 
Stairway, movies every weekend, Pete's 
truck, My truck, Wally the Weasel! Liza 

- you're a great friend, we had a great yr. 

- Mike see you on the tracks during the 
next storm, Greenhouse Grunt labor, 
Nov. 30, 1988 (Engagement - B.I.B.) Se- 
nior yr. in Miller, Oh what fun! - Right 
Chris? Poco's, NBI, (dive), the Pit, DVC 

- 1, the Path, Apple Blossom, Grinch 
parties, Sociable! Ulman 108, Pete & 
Homis in robes, FUNK, Giggle guts, 
Pink poof, Deb & Steve, Yo Ulman 
Gang Keep in touch, Terry Where's your 
sock? Is that how it's worn? F350 - Big 
truck - lots of dirt! Brett get a haircut! 
Jim meet me at Duke's (save us) Greg & 
Zack & K & K save us some wine, Baha- 
ma Bound, DVC get a real administra 
tion, see ya later. Bye. 



JOHN JAY MC 
QUADE 

307 Crestview Rd. 
Lansdale, PA 19446 




KEITH ANDREW 
MAHONEY 

I860 Old Sumneytown Pike 
Harleysville. PA 19438 

JAMES BRIAN 
MARTIN 

596 Schley Ave. 
Alpha, NJ 08865 

SEAN OLIVER - 
MARK MILLER 

1840 PO Box 97 
Saint Peter's, PA 19470 

Cross Country, Track, Outdoors Club, 
Landscape Nursery Club, Floral Soci- 
ety, Pi Alpha Xi, Intramural: Volleyball, 
Basketball, Softball. 

Thanks Mom & Dad & family for every- 
thing! Good Bye Del Val & all of the 
guys (John, Rob, Keith, Joe, Bear) 
you're the best. I'll see you when I see 
you! Hardy it's been 4 yrs. I'm im- 
pressed. Good Luck! Connecticut 
Bitches, Maggot, Buffy, Take Care. To- 
mohawks are #1. Who wants to go to 
E.R.V.'s, I mean Erv's? The return of the 
skeleton. Samuel Hall 106, 101, 104 & 
117. 

JULIE ANNE 
MONTANARO 

25 Stones Throw Rd. 
Easton, CT 06612 

FRANK PHILLIPS 

7422 Gilbert St 
Philadelphia, PA 19138 

Philadelphia Flower Show, Landscape 
Nursery Club, SADD. Pi Alpha Xi 
(tres). Delta Tau Alpha (VP), WDVC 
(disc jockey), English tutor. Working in 
the Media center. 

Life in Ulman, Elson (my room before it 
became a lounge & an honors dorm). 
Work Hall (x 2 yrs.) Can't be duplicated! 



Thanks to my mother for her grace & 
strength during my 4 yrs., Thanks also to 
everybody who could put up with the real 
me. To fellow Sagittarien, Chris A. 
"Yeah Boyeee!" To Bob Solly, the room- 
mate, don't forgot our times because we 
lived 'em up in spite of the rules. You're 
a cool guy, I said so! To the Brothers & 
others in Work Hall, etc that I knew; 
Live, learn & stay proud. To Stephanie 
M. (YEAH Y-O-U) Sharon, Vicki R. 
Kamina, The Old Soul Posse, Kim, 
Rhonda, Terry, Malika, Diedra, Angie & 
everyone else (you know who you are) 
Look me up & keep in touch. Use my 
address Definitely, this place can get ill. 
Sandy my rebel! Peace to housekeeping 
(certain one's know) & faculty (some are 
OK, others ). There are more ho's in 
this place than I could've imagined hear- 
ing about! Michele C Thanks for taking 
time out-t-t-. Michelle L. you are one of 

a kind! From one scholar to many 

live, learn & love it by all means. 

JAMES DOUGLAS 
PLISCO 

130 Williams Ave. 
Newtown, PA 18940 

DEIDRA ANN 
PISAURO 

26 Wulburtha Rd. 
Trenton, NJ 08628 

PATRICIA RENEE 
RUPELL 

RD #3 Box 71 
Washington, NJ 07882 

FFA (Parliamentarian, & Pres.), Pi Al- 
pha Xi, (VP, Pres), Delta Tau Alpha. 
Floral Society, Presidential Diplomat, 
National Agr. - Marketing Assoc, (Sec) 
Christmas Magic, A-Day flower show. 

Thanks Mom, Dad & David - 1 couldn't 
have made it without your love & en- 
couragement & advice. Dad - I'm very 
proud of your 4.0! Special thanks to my 
buddies for keeping me SEMI - sane: 
long walks & talks w/ Alii; popcorn; Alf 
w/ Laura; late nights, great music & lots 
of laughs w/ Steve & the Farmhouse 
Boys, (thanks for Christmas Magic & 



Yes, we carried on the tradition didn't we 
Chris?) Miss ya old roomie; & hey new 
roomie how did you ever get through all 
those all nighters?? Never forget all our 
fun times at Del Val & Let's all be hap- 
py, healthy & successful (or at least act 
like we are)!!!!! 

CHRISTINE MARIE 
SCHATT 

914 St. Lawrence Way 
Bel Air, MD 21014 

FFA, Floral Society, Hort Society, Soph. 
Class Sec, Student Government Sec, 
Curriculum Committee, Student Life 
Committee, RA, RAEC, Christmas 
Dance, Presidential Diplomat. 

The Christmas Dances (esp. '87) & the 
Farmhouse Boys. Fresh, yr. with the 
HOOBO (ADCMB) & "squishy" with 
the Burger King pickle. April even 
though we didn't see each other much 
the past 2 yrs. thank you for being there! 
Patty, I Don't ever want to plan another 
X-mas dance, but we survived!! Barb. 
Kim & Donna - the great times in '88; 
scrumping & chubby plums; Edie Ann 
Thurs. nights & a great Sr. yr. Jeffrey 
(Toolman) my trips to Pittsburgh & 3 
wonderful semesters at DVC - you will 
always be close to my heart! MAY THE 
GRANADA LIVE ON! Mom & Dad I 
can't thank you enough for giving me the 
chance to have these 4 hard, but special 
yrs.!! I wish much success to my friends 
& classmates. 

CLARENCE EARL 
SMITH JR. 



37 Bergen Dr. 

West Milford, NJ 07480 






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GRADUATION 



Almighty God, thank you for your mere) and grace upon us to 
this \cr> hour .lust .is you watch over clumsey aging professors and 
preachers, so we recognize thai you have brought these graduates 

through losses and gams, through crises and achievements to tins 
time We acknowledge your faithfulness to this class, as some of 
them have gone through the Cooke (ire and reconstruction; through 
an academic cortege of faculty counsel and friendship; through care 
and support of their families; and trrough courses and finals to this 
commencement. 

Thank sou for those in this academic race of 1989 who did not fall 
bj the wayside in that first freshman semester, or lose heart in that 
sophomore sprint across the back stretch, or despair in their junior 
year around the back side, or lose vision in that senior sighting of the 
finish line to the culmination of that race today. 

As they awaken in the tomorrow beyond college, whether as 
employees or employers, as servers, or entrepreneurs, may your 
faithfulness guide them boldly into opportunities for which they 
prepared and into which they must grow. May their offspring to a 
fourth generation get to enjoy their company and benefit by the 
decisions that have been made here. 

Hallow these valuable, historic moments which we have together, 
as colleagues and families, as you annoint the heart and lips of our 
speaker, and as vestiges of Abilene, KS and Washington D.C. merge 
with Gettysburg and DVC. I ask for the sake of your matchless 
name. Amen. 

Rev. Dr. Richard Ziemer 



3* 





MAY 21, 1989 




I guess we've all gotten scared at the thought of graduating, at one time or another. But, WHAT has motivated us all to be 
here today? There are 2 modes of motivation: A motivation to avoid failure, and a motivation for success. That is an abstract 
concept. How would YOU define what success is? 

Success is nothing more than a perception. It is for each individual, as completely unique as that individual. For some, 
attaining money is perceived as success. For others, carrying on a family business or farm is success. For some, helping others is 
considered success. 

Today, we are all drawn here together with, if nothing else, one thing in common- WE ARE SUCCESS. For each of our own 
reasons, we have all stuck it our (and it hasn't been easy) and have finally reached a pinacle in our lives - GRADUATION. 
Suddenly, the doubt sets in. Is the fun and games really over? Is working every day for the rest of my life all I have to look for- 
ward to? Have these past 4 years been the proverbial "good old days"? And ultimately. Is there life after DVC? 

I say "Hell yes" To me college is a stepping stone, a crutch used to move on to bigger and better things. But, we must remem- 
ber to set realistic goals. If we do, we will meet them. Only then can we further challenge ourselves. 

This was by far my toughest and best year at DVC. I feel that I have made many meaningful relationships, and that I have bet- 
tered myself as a person for serving as your president. I want to thank each of you who helped make this year as memorable as it 
was, and those of you who supported me when I was ready to throw in the towel. At this time, I feel that we should all stand up 
and honor our families, parents especially, who have supported us. I would personally like to thank my parents for their help and 
understanding. 

Every day I've been here I've learned, not only through classes, but also through my involvement in the community and 
activities on and off campus. But mostly, I've learned through interactions and experiences with you, my friends. We are, after 4 
years, FAMILY. No matter how far we go or what we do, we will always be family as long as we carry each other in our hearts 

and in our minds. 

Nothing can take away the memories of our years here at 
DVC. Nobody can break the lasting bonds of lifelong 
friendships we've made. Sometimes I cry when I think I 
won't see some of you for as long as 5 years. Some of you I 
may never see again. But, an old saying always comes to 
mimd: Abscence makes the heart grow fonder. And I real- 
ize that my tears aren't those of sadness, they are tears of 
joy from remembering each of you that has touched my life 
in so many different ways. 

In conclusion, I have just one thing to say which I feel 
sums it all up: I LOVE YOU GUYS!! 

Kathy Regenhard 




1989 class president - Kathy Regenhard 



WE PROUDLY PRESENT THE DELAWARE 




GALLEY COLLEGE CLASS OF 1989 




THE 1989 CORNUCOPI 




Margrel Baummer 





Beth Bevins 



Sharon Chapman 



A STAFF 




Linda Schempp 




Angela Cronin 



Amy Cupples 




JOSTENS