JOSEPH KRAUSKOPF MEMORIAL REFERENCE « j-n The 1991 Anqela Ctonin * Sir AN fllege #fe <Jttl ! , " ^JillHrubaker/Foltz « •. 1ft 3ruie I *** Linaa Sch.e .<*< -'■ *!#** *>«i 4 An Exciting Year Top: Mike Kutzmonich and Eric Kunz go chair surfing in their Cooke 2nd room. Above: Art Ruediger cools down with cool refreshing 7-UP after a cross country race. Middle: Sally Qar- gula is named the 1990 DVC Homecoming Queen. Right: Every- one is welcome to visit the college president, even Laurel! 2 Cornucopia Middle: I'll give you the hamburger, Craig will give you the plate. Above: Lora, Lisa, Liz, and Donna the Berkowitz totem pole. Left: John Allen and Matt Martenas discuss who is going to put money in the meter. Cornucopia 3 Special ^^^ Event bmecoming '90 20th Century Showcase This year's homecoming parade celebrated the coming of a new century. Each float represented a different decade ranging from 1920 to 1990. During the halftime ceremonies of the football game, a new homecoming queen was crowned. Sally Gargula, representing the class of '91, was crowned the 1990 Homecoming Queen by the 1989 Queen Sandy Solimene, nominated to the court were Rebecca Wed- dowes, 1st runner-up, and Debbie Shepard, 2nd runner-up. Top Right: Shawn, Doug, enjoy the Tailgate Party Middle: Some of the queen nominees wait on the field. Below: The queen and her court Below Right: Lester and Mike cooking it up. Top Left: Queen nominees Debbie Shepard, Dawn Reckner, Kay Lobaugh, Jennifer Fon- seca, and Kim Douglass. Bottom left: 1990 Homecoming Queen Sally Oargula Bottom Right: Dave McWilliams mans the grill. Homecoming 7 Right: The Pep Rally was an explosive event. Far Right: Members of the Dairy Society hard at work. Below Left: LAC queen nominee Deb Shepard and her escort. Below Right: DVC's biggest fans. Bot- tom: The Horticulture Society's winning float. Homecoming Top Left: The Outdoors Club and their 60s float with queen nominee Jennifer Fonseca riding high. Top Right: Glen and Dot working hard. Above Left: Krista working on B & B's float. Above Middle: The Dairy Society's second place float. Above: Biology Club Members take a break from working on their float. Far Left: Dr. Berthold shows his school spirit. Left: The ram in action. PARADE RESULTS 1st- Horticulture Society 2nd- Dairy Society 3rd-Block St Bridle Congratulations! Homecoming 9 Sixth Annual Christmas Magic Those who entered the APR on December 8, 1990, entered into a room that was magically transformed into a Christmas Wonderland. A fun time was had by all who attended the Sixth Annual Christmas Magic Dinner Dance. The committee responsible for putting together such a great event included Angie Mazaika, Rob Hofstetter, David Bortz, Sean Schwartz, Andy Qreenleaf, and Ken Petersen. The theme for this year's dance was "Rockin' Around the Christ- mas Tree" and that's exactly what happened. Top Right: Trish, Donna, Lisa, Lora, Laura, and Sue -the Work Hall sextet. Center: The scenery helped set the mood for the magical evening ahead. Below: Sue, Diana, and Kir- sten dancin' the night away. Bottom Right: Sue and Mike share a romantic moment. 10 Christmas Magic Angela Mazaika Top Left: Bob, Kelly, Lisa, and Qreg look ready for a great evening. Top Right: Ken, Mick, Sean, Rob, Qlen, and Sue jammin' the night away. Left: Mick and Lynn are all smiles for the camera. Christmas Magic 11 Halloween Dance Top Left: Girls from Work prepare for a devilish time. Top Right: Old MacDonald decided to let the animals have the night off. Above Left: Work 2nd shows off their togas. Above Right: Creative carving. Right: Joanna and Jill model famil- iar fashions. Far Right: Heather and Marina should water Angie before they go. 12 Halloween Dance Halloween Dance 13 Philadelphia Flower Show Taking part in the Philadelphia Flower Show has always been a special event for the OH/ED program. Under the direction of Mr. Doug Kane, this year's display walked away with the PHS Award of Merit and a Special Achievement Award for excellence in edu- cation from the Garden Club Federation of Pennsyl- vania. The overall theme of the 1991 show was "End- less Spring." Our exhibit's theme was entitled "A Mew Day Dawning: Do or Die'' which expressed the need for change in the way we landscape. The dark sun represented how our present philosophy will someday kill us. The bright sun introduced visitors to the new philosophy and demonstrated its tech- niques. Center: Jeff and John add some finishing touches to the beds. Below: The beautiful statue adds a romantic touch to the pond area. Below Right: The bright sun announces the new philosophy. Alhi Philosophy is Dairircj ■ 14 Phila. Flower Show Above Left: A group shot of most of the participants involved with putting together the exhibit. Above Right: The college's awards were displayed among the plant material. Center: Mr. Eyre working on construction just outside the studio entrance. Right: near the exit, a colorful sign explains how we should integrate housing developments more with the landscape. Phila. flower Show 15 Turkey Trot Right: Ken Peterson on the run. Dr. Lugar. Below Right: Coaches Berthold and McDaid at the Turkey Trot Awards Ceremony. Bottom Left: Jenn Or- lowsky, Jane McDaid, Dave Klosinsky and Jen Han- sen sign up those registering late. Bottom Right: Dave Klosinsky. 16 Turkey Trot A fine day for running favored Del Val's annual running of the Turkey Trot, with over 260 runners finishing the 3.5 mile race. The race director is Dr. Bob Berth- old DVC's Men's and Women's Cross Country Coach. Me is assisted each year by the members of his coaching staff, team, other members of the faculty and the staff, returning alumni, and friends. The men's course record of 16:04 set in 1984 by alumnus Jim Parsons was broken this year by Jim Norris and Steve Avy who tied in 16:00. Parsons did not defend his title due to an injury. Jan Yer- kes won the women's title in a time of 19:13. Del Val "associates" winning prizes were graduates Bob Qabel and Ken McDaid in 4 and 8 place; and senior captain Art Ruediger in 14. Age group winners were freshman Chuck Holiday and Dr. Richard Lugar of the Chem. Dept. After the first 5 runners were scored, Ursinus College and Del Val Col- lege were in a dead heat, with the 6th place finish pushing Ursinus into the winner's circle. Ursinus also won the La- dy's team championship and C. B. East won the high school race. In conjunction with the race, the Doy- lestown Hospital sponsered a Health Fair in the gym. Turkey Trot 17 Founders' Day The annual Founders' Day Convoca- tion was held on April 3, 1991 in the APR. Faculty members were honored for twenty years of service along with other special honors. Dean Jarrett was the re- cipient of the Student Government Award, Mrs. Altier received the Staff Member of the Year Award and the Dis- tinguished Faculty Member Award was given to Dr. Vincent. Student award re- cipients were Sally Gargula, receiving the W.W. Smith Prize and Angela Ma- zaika, receiving the Founders' Day Award. Congratulations to all! Above left: Dr. Mandell, Chairman of the Board, taking part in the ceremony. Above middle: Mr. West presents Mrs. Altier with her award at a recep- tion held in her honor. Above right: Angela Ma- zaika, recipient of the rounders' Day Award. Above: Dr. Vincent and his family after receiving his award. Right: Mr. West and other staff members proceed into the ceremony. 18 Founders' Day Candlds 19 Delaware Valley College Proudly Supports The Troops Top left: Rear Admiral J. Ronald Denney speaks to a crowd of over 200 on the war in the gulf. Top right: Students and the staff of MW Wood support- ing Operation Pegasus. Above: Vice President Russ Schulz, LCDR Mark W. Krause, CDR Mark Brazell, and Rear Admiral J. Ronald Denney pose for a picture after a lecture on America's involvement with Operation Desert Storm. Right: The flags out- side the Student Center fly at half mast in honor of the men and women who gave their lives in the war. 20 America At War The third annual Pride and Polish Day was held on April 17, 1991. The day was established to allow all facets of the College community, adminis- trators, faculty members, support staff personnel and students to work together to give Delaware Valley Col- lege a spring spruce up with selected projects. This was strictly voluntary and no classes were held on this day. After the work day was over, gifts were distributed at the Pride and Polish dinner. Top Right: Sheri DeBaker and Vicki Morton paint the steps at Lasker Hall. Above: Chris McColgan and Sandy Lachman show off their technique. Above right: Lori Ross helps paint the fence. Right: Mr. Roberts preserves a piece of history. 22 Pride And Polish Pride and Polish Day Above: Kristin Baine and Melissa Torok help out at Lasker Hall. Above left: Mr. Fulcoly, Andy Green- leaf and part of the A-Day committee preparing for the big weekend. Left: Russ Subject, Sue Brown, Bev Tinsley and James Lenhart hard at work at the dairy. Pride And Polish 23 'Pride And Polish Day Was A Success And Should Be Continued. Everyone Had Fun While Accomplishing A Lot " Melissa Torok Class Of '92 Top left: Heather Hemley and Mrs. Altier clean the display case in the Feldman Building. Top right: Holly McPherson and Elizabeth Wiley horse around. Above: Angela Allen helps clean up the herb garden. Right: Todd Hofsaess hard at work. 24 Pride And Polish Candids 25 26 Current Events EVENTS 1 U.N. Security Council voted to authorize military action if Iraq did not withdraw its troops from Kuwait. 2 Irish import Sinead O'Connor sang her way to stardom and picked up three MTV Music Video Awards. 3 Puppeteer Jim Henson, creator of the Muppets, died. 4 Van Gogh's "Portrait of Dr. Gachet" sold for a record $82.5 million. 5 Manuel Noriega was captured in Panama and will face drug trafficking charges. 6 'The Simpsons", with Bart Simpson as king of the underachievers, hit the Nielsen Top10 with their prime time TV cartoon series. 7 Emperor Akihito ascended to the Japanese throne in a Tokyo ceremony. 8 Football and baseball star Bo Jackson announced his intention to return to Auburn University to finish his degree. 9 Cincinnati Reds won the World Series in four straight against Oakland. Reds' Eric Davis is shown hitting a two-run homer in game one. 10 Germany united-German youths gathered in Berlin to celebrate German unification. 11 Solidarity leader Lech Walesa was elected President of Poland. 12 Bush (US) and Gorbachev (USSR) held a summit meeting in Washington and signed a series of accords. Photos By Wide World Photos H^-JP|W| H^^ K J *6 X 1 FBI agent Date Cooper (Kyle MacLachtan) solved the mystery of who killed Laura Palmer on TV's "Twin Peaks". Also shown: co-star Michael Ontkean. 2 Buster Douglas knocked out Mike Tyson for the heavyweight boxing title. Eight months later he lost to Evander Holyfield, 3 Entertainer Sammy Davis Jr. died. 4 Ted Danson accepts an Emmy Award for best lead actor in a comedy series for his role in "Cheers". 5 Heavy equipment was used to knock down damaged buildings after about 50,000 people were killed by an earthquake in Iran. 6 Isiah Thomas and Mark Aquirre celebrated after the Detroit Pistons defeated Portland to win the NBA Championship. 7 Tel Aviv was hit by Scud missiles fired by Iraq after Iraqi troops invaded Kuwait. 8 Jozsef Antall chairman of the Hungarian Democratic Forum, shows victory sign after his party won the election in Hungary. 9 An exhibit of photographs by the late Robert Mapplethorpe raised questions about national funding for art. 10 In South Africa F.W. De Klerk legalized the African National Congress and released Nelson Mandela. He is shown talking with Mandela. 1 1 Violeta de Chamorro flashed a "V" sign after she won the presidency in Nicaragua. 12 Leonard Bernstein, renowned composer and conductor, died. Photos by Wide World Photos Victory in Nicaragua 11 ■'■*. m o > X Current Events 2 The Students Of Delaware Valley College Proudly Present The 43rd Annual A-Day Top to Bottom, Left to Right: Eric Sechler, Royston Coale, Chris Tice, Beverly Kershner, Robert Drum- mand, James Craft, Donna Miloszar, Tony Calazzo, Jen Reed, Matt Martenas, Margaret Wolters, Linda Schempp, Jen Blisard, Melissa Torok, Cynthia Bie- loski, Michelle Infante, Sean Schwartz, Jill Ed- wards, Frank Qunson, Tami llalat, John Schreidl, Angie Mazaika, Trish Gimon, Robert Hofstetter, Melissa Bravo, Ched Baker, Steven Shetterly. The 43rd Annual A-Day was held on April 27th and 28th 1991. This event was by far one of the most successful A-Days in DVC history. Due in part to two extremely hardworking chairmen, Andrew Qreenleaf and Steve Shetterly, and the beautiful 30 A-Day Left: Willie Keeny, Royston Coale, and Promise put on a milking demonstration during Saturday of A- Day. Below: Members of Theta Chi Sigma take a break from the thousands of people buying pizza. Above Left: Krista Hutnik finishes fitting her sheep before the trip to the show ring. Above: Chairmen Andy Qreenleaf and Steven Shetterly finally get to talk face to face. Left: Sue riann giving a long await- ed pony ride. A-Day 31 Above: Mrs. Altier selling A-Day T-shirts to the many visitors on campus. Above Right: A-Day King Tom Kellett and Queen Tracy Cooper. Above: Making milkshakes for the Dairy Society, Irene Home and Rob Anderson. 32 A-Day Left: The DVC Cheerleaders were very successful selling sweetcom at A-Day 1991. Below: Dr. Hof- saess selling tickets for .25<t each. Above: Candles and candle molds are displayed outside of the Apiary exhibit in the Feldman Build- ing. Far left: Steven Shetterly hard at work prepar- ing for the weekend. Left: Another satisfied cus- tomer. A-Day 33 Faculty & ^=e Staff i Top: A pleasant smile to always greet you. Top Right: Once again busy at work Middle Right: Busy keeping students informed about special events. Bottom Right: Reliable to be there when she is needed. 36 Dedication . 1991 Cornucopia Dedicated Mrs. Erma Martin We, the members of the 1991 Cornucopia staff are extremely proud and honored to dedicate the Delaware Valley College Yearbook to Mrs. Erma Martin. Mrs. Martin joined the College family as a receptionist in 1974 and continues today in that capacity. She has continued for the past sixteen years to exhibit enthusiasm and dedication to our institution. Her involvement in campus activities includes the Rainbow Connection, the Annual Events Committee, the Tuition Exchange Committee and Pride and Polish Day. She is extremely active with the Homecoming Parade, Halloween and A-Day. Mrs. Martin has been referred to as the "Staff Social Director." She initiates and organizes the college community to participate and support in all campus wide activities. Mrs. Martin is always willing to take on additional tasks with a warm smile and a sense of humor. She is a friend, confidante, a devoted wife, a proud mother of 3 and a loving grandmother. The respect of the College Community was exhibited in 1987 when Mrs. Martin was selected as a re- cipient of the "John Herbst Memorial Staff Member of the Year" award. Mrs. Martin has enriched the lives of many students over the years and the members of the 1991 Cornucopia staff wish to express our deep appreciation, respect and affection. Thank you Mrs. Martin for being you! Dedication 37 DELAWARE VALLEY COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND AGRICULTURE DOYLESTOWN. PENNSYLVANIA 18901-2699 TELEPHONE 215-345-1500 May 18, 1991 To The Graduating Class of 1991, On behalf of the entire College community, I congratulate you on the achievement of your degree. I know the amount of effort and hard work that you have invested will yield high dividends in your future career. The central purpose of your College is your success. The faculty has provided you with the tools to pursue your life work; use them to benefit yourself and by contributing to the advancement of your profession. The world you inherit is full of opportunities. We wish you well in taking full advantage of them. Best^ personal regards, President Mr. George West Jeorge F. West President GFW/jab 38 President • 1 ' f 1 Dr. John C. Mertz Provost Mr. Russell K. Schulz Vice President of Operations Administration 39 The DVC student store what a place! Where else can you by a text book for $52.50 and a .554 super slim jim under the same roof? Student store manag- er, Kathy Spratt and book store manager Jack Stahl do a fantastic job keeping DVC students supplied with everything to keep them on top of their classes and to keep them out from under their dirty laundry. A mod- em line of DVC clothing was introduced this year which seemed most popular. The DVC boxer short was a smash hit with both the la- dies and the men. Mrs. Spratt has made an honest attempt to meet the request of the students. She has brought life into a store to meet the needs of students unable to get off campus. JJ Ell T Richard Acker Assistant Director/ Admissions William Allison Chairperson/Biology Virginia Altmann Bookkeeper Barbara Alvarado Registrar Julie Ambrose Admissions/Counselor V : '-> Jane Antheil Dean of Enrollment Management Elizabeth Arrison Asst. Dir./Counseling John Avery Chairperson/Agri-Business 40 Faculty/Staff Charles E. Baker Student Life/Activities Judy Bitto Secretary to the President 1r. William L. Porter, As- sociate Professor of Food Science and Management shows a group of freshman students the Food Science Laboratory. The introduc- tory course introduces stu- dents to the resources nec- essary to produce raw food material and the role of food and agriculture in our society. The students also discover the relationship of the production of the food crops to the food process- ing industry. Common methods of processing food materials is experienced by all the students as part of the DVC hands on experi- ence" offered in this major. The department has a close association with area food processors, restur- ants, food service compa- nies and government lab- oratories which enable students to gain first hand knowledge of the industry through field trips and sum- mer employment. Richard Bedesem Head Football Coach Robert Berthold Jr. Biology <•*•' Greg Betz Sports Information Gary Brubaker Lab Animal Science Frank Burk Plant Engineer Joanne Busfield Registrar Coordinator Faculty/Staff 41 Rosemary Charles Telephone Console Operator Mr. Douglas Kane, Assis- tant Professor of Landscape Design, reviews a mid-term examination with a student. Obviously he feels he has a perfect test. The Environmental De- sign program was devel- oped for students planning on careers in landscape de- sign, landscape architure, design/build, and other de- sign oriented professions, ail with an ecological em- phasis. This specialization can serve as a pre-MLA (Master of Landscape Archi- tecture) program. The MLA is the preferred degree for landscape architecture. Mr. Kane was chairman of the Flower Show- the theme "A Mew Day Dawning . . do or die," won DVC a second place award and one for ex- cellence. 42 faculty/Staff Mr. Russell Schulz, Vice President of Operations, Dr, John Avery, Chairman of the Agribusiness Depart- ment, and Dr. Craig Hill Dean of the college wel- come Israeli Agricultural- ists to DVC. The college has been for- tunate in its extending out reach programs with Pol- land, China and Haiti. The best known secret in Bucks County is fast enjoying on international reputation. A group of directors of the Collective Farms from the Soviet Union toured the campus in April 1991 to view DVC facilities and learn how small farming can be economically profit- able. P 1 ■ Theodore Christie Professor Claudia Cornell nurse William Craver Exec. Asst. for Enrollment Mgnt. Jonathan Daly Artist in Residence Audrey Daniel Adm. Couns. /Minority Liaison Daren Davis Instructor Anne De Porrest Asst. Counseling Coordinator Ann De Matteo Library Faculty/Staff 43 Hans Luginbuhl of the Equine Science department watches as Russeli K. Schulz, Vice President of Operations and Mr. Dan Shmucker from Schmucker Construction Company add the crowning touch to the Equine Facility. The spa- cious center located in an area in the back of the cam- pus has allowed the college to provide the courses available for the students in the Equine program. The center allows for Driving Ground Training, Riding (Western and English) Lib- erty training, Stable man- agement. Aerobic, Anaero- bic, and Vaulting. The gentlemen were very lucky there were no gusty winds or wind shears in the atmosphere. Roberta Dimond Professor Judith Feldman Executive Secretary Donald Fleischer Facilities Manager Linda Fleischer Head Coach/ Hockey Mary Frick Office Coordinator 44 Faculty/Staff Joseph Fulcoly Dir. Student Counseling John Qinnett Professor Mold the pickle . . . hold the let- tuce . . . special orders don't upset Sarah! Sarah Landis is employed by MW Wood and works at our own Caesar's Pub. Her bright cheerful smile and personality is known to all the students and employees she serves. Each day she flips bur- gers for many commuter students as well as takes care of special events in the Student Center. Sarah's workplace. Caesar's Pub, is located in the Student Cen- ter and is managed by MW Wood. The Wood Company has made considerable positive changes to the pub menu. Real pizza was add- ed along with specials such as na- chos. and fried foods. These snacks are very popular at night, especially at Caesar's Comedy Club. A big thanks to Pood Service Director, Ron Wood for the changes he has Introduced. Sarah Landis - thank you for be- ing so pleasant to the students that you serve. It is nice to know that the students, especially the commuter students have a place to get a good meal and be served by a delightful person. CHEESEBURGERS UP!! Paculty/Staff 45 Willetta Qourley Secretary of the Corporation Janice Haws Instructor Sue Brown, superinten- dent of the Dairy, helps to unload a bobcat that was delivered to the Dairy Sci- ence Center in Mid Febru- ary. Miss. Brown joined the DVC family in July of 1990, after spending six years working for Wauregan Farm in Turner Maine, a 600 head purebred Holstein Dairy Farm. Miss. Brown graduat- ed from the University of Maine-Orono with a Bach- lors degree In Animal Sci- ence. Along with being superin- tendent of the dairy. Miss. Brown is also the Dairy Cat- tle Judging Team Coach. The Judging Team com- petes at various competi- tions through out the fall semester. This past season,! Miss. Brown took her team to the Eastern States Expo- sition, AH-American and the World Dairy Exposition. At those competitions the stu- dents were exposed to out- standing cattle and were able to meet valuable con- tacts in the dairy industry. Qermaine Grant-Rivers Custodian Oerald Handler Professor Elaine Hanrahan Secretary Sandra Hayward Head Athletic Trainer Alice Heath Chairperson/ English Barbard Heisey Director of Alumni Affairs 46 Faculty/Staff 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, Qree and Gold, As they proudly wave on high. Treasured mem'ries fond and true In our hearts will lie. With your inspiration great, Ever forward we will go, fearless of the tasks ahead. Conquering each foe. To you, our College, let us sing Praises of your honored name. Courage, strength, and unity. Build an endless fame. W&m ■ *\ f *^«^^ X .*«4 Elaine Hackman Tutorial Coordinator Frederick Hofsass Chairperson/ Anin. Husbandry Francis Mofstadter Chairperson/ Math-Physics Stephen Jarrett Acting Dean of Students Faculty/Staff 47 JAMES WORK HALL This dormitory named after Fast President Dr. James Work was built in 1966. This co-ed dorm houses over 125 students and sits facing the college baseball field. A plaque is proudly displayed out- side of the dormitory in Dr. Work's name. James Work's life traversed the history of Delaware Valley College. A national Tar School graduate from the class of 1913, who as a sucessful farm owner, industrialist, a businessman, was destines to become the College's most influ- ential leader since the days of Jo- seph Krauskopf. During his 30 years of leadership the College experienced its great- est growth and saw the additions of several nonagricultural majors, including Biology, Chemistry, and Business Administration. In 1962 full accreditation was granted by the Middle States Association and Secondary Schools. Most of the major development programs for the consruction of the modem facilities which make up the campus today occurred during the last two decades of Work's leadership. Homer Jennings Locksmith Karen Krzykowski Director Act 101 Program 48 faculty/Staff i Loretta Landes Manager/ Security Dept. Robert Liebau Foreman/ Maintenance Joseph Krauskopf Memori- al Library Library Arrangement ■ Books are arranged according to the Dewey Decimal System. - Circulating Books. Located in the open stacks of each wing. - Reference Books (REF over call no.). Located in the Memorial Area and the main Reference Room. - Reserve Books. Shelved by In- structor's name behind the Cir- culation Desk. DVC ID card must be presented for use. - Periodicals 8r newspapers. Locat- ed on the lower level. Current newspapers at the Circulation Desk. Popular magazines for light reading shelved in the Up- per Reference Room. - Student Comuters. Also on the lower level. Edwin Lawrence Professor Richard Lazarus Director of Computer Services Kenneth Lee Professor *** *r. fe? Norman Lies Eire/ Safety Inspector Anthony Litwinowicz Library Hans Luginbuhl Instructor Faculty/Staff 49 Robert Marshall Coach/ Wrestling John Mazak Jr. Assistant Dir./ Admissions On graduation day one remem- bers only the good times, the win- ning game, the 98ori an exam and the Christmas dinner dance. Somehow the semesters spent here seemed more like weeks than months. The 4 a.m. milkings, the ten page paper and the bees that stung you in Apiculture, all seem to have slipped away from our memories. Graduation is a time to be proud of the difference you made at DVC. Although, graduation may seem to be for the graduate and their family, it is also for the people who helped you to commencement day. While at college one is guided by many individuals. Many of these are DVC's own faculty. Dr. Neil J. Vincent, seen here, is one of those proud, helping facul- ty. A graduate himself from Dela- ware Valley College in 1965 he is now the department chairman o; the Horticulture Department. Along with teaching various po- mology courses. Dr. Vincent also oversees the work in the orchards and small fruit areas of the col- lege. On April 3, 1991 Dr. Vincent was awarded the Distinguished Faculty Member of the Year Award at the college's Annual Founder's Day. In his acceptance speech he dedicat- ed the award to his students, as he said, "that is why I get out of bed in the morning." Maureen Mihalko Comptroller Eleanor Mill Executive Secretary James Miller Professor 50 Faculty/Staff The great Friday night Home- coming Pep Rally led by the "Fan- tastic Foursome," cheerleading squad of DVC's Ann Petrillo, Carol Noonan, Mary Prick, and who is that hiding in the last row? Of course, it's Erma Martini Everyone was surprised to see these four employees make their cheerleading comeback. The crowd was in an uproar as the four came out and gave the athletic teams a good luck hurrah. We were all left wondering whether this was to be a Homecoming tra- dition, such as Doc Berthold and the fur coat. After the "Fantastic Foursome" gave their cheer emcee, Dr. Jim Miller, came out and announced the athletic coaches. Each Pall Coach introduced their team cap- tains and said a few words about their season. Dr. Miller literally gave each team an exploding send off to Sat- urday's competitions. The football team was on their feet knowing that a victory was certain. How could it be anything else after a victory cheer from the "Fantastic Four. " Dominic Montileone Chairperson/ Business David Mullins Student Center Coordinator Barbara Muse Professor Esther Maddeo Clerk/ Typist Allan Mash Professor Carol Moonan Secretary Edward O'Brien Professor Robert Orr Chairperson/ Chemistry/ Bio- chem. Faculty/Staff 51 Mr. Rodney Gilbert, Livestock Superintendent has been a pro- fessor of Animal Science at DVC for 18 years. Students in his class learn the skills necessary to man- age livestock facilities by partici- pating in the breeding, feeding, and health care management of the college's livestock at Farm 3. Mr. Gilbert is also actively In- volved with the DVC Block 8t Bridle and the college's annual A-Day ac- tivities. During A-Day he assists the students with the showing and fitting of the student's animal. Being the coach of the college's Livestock Team is another of the activities that Mr. Gilbert is in- volved with. Students leam how to judge cattle, sheep, and swine un- der his direction. This year Mr. Gil- bert and the girls on the team com- peted in judging events throughout the Eastern States and attended the Morth American Inter- national Livestock Exposition. The college is very pleased to have a devoted person such as Rod Gilbert on campus. John Plummer Chairperson/ Dairy Husbandry James Popham Professor William Porter Professor Eleanor Price Secretary 52 Faculty/Staff Frederick Ray Instructor Elmer Reiter Jr. Professor Charles Rekemeier Qreenhouse Manager FT 4l ' Francine Rissi Office Coordinator IKE ARCHER Scott Robertello Horticulture Production Mgr. Joanne Roberts Professor This one acre pond wa originally constructed in memory of Archer Rosen- ^£ thai in 1908. This pond was tp>\ reconstructed in 1961 by the student body of Dela- ware Valley College Classes of 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964 Dawn Ridgway Assistant Director / Admissions Harriet Roth Senior Clerk Faculty/Staff 53 j Robert Sauer Director/ Financial Aid Mary Jane Sergeant Clerk/ Typist Craig Hill winds up and th the pitch, Frank Wolfgang jumps up off the bench, where he has been all season, and hits the ball to Joe Fulcoly playing centerfield. Fulcoly is quick to light up a ciga- rette as he awaits the incoming ball. As the ball nears, Fulcoly takes the last remaining puff from his cigarette, and flicks the butt into the already pile of butts that is only inches from his lawn chair. Fulcoly gets up and attempts to catch the ball. Losing th ball in the sun, it falls to the ground. Unable to pick up the bail Fulcoly is assist- ed by good friend Bob Sauer who walks over from left field. Mean- while Wolfgang is just rounding first base. Sauer picks up the ball and throws it to visiting John Pyne who is in his chair at second. Un- able to catch the ball because his liverwurst has fallen onto his lap Wolfgang passes him and heads towords third. Coach Craver is furi- ous with Wolfgang because he did not grab the liverwurst sandwich. Disgusted with the whole play Steve Zenko at third gets in the way of incoming Wolfgang. Both players collide at third and fall to the ground. Fulcoly sits back down, lights up another cigarette, •play ball..." Mary Jane Sergeant Cierk/Typist Paul Schatschneider Business Manager Marianne Schumacher Secretary Diana Scott Office Coordinator Phyllis Shields Dean of Women Constance Shook Director/ Library Services Michael Simone Chairperson/ CISM 54 Faculty/Staff Duplicating engineers, Trudy Blake and Ann Pe- trillo take inventory in the store room of their office. 150 500 250 60 5 1,000 824 154 34 561 68 930 8 934 56 450 legal pads envelopes black pens DVC letterheads rolls of tape paper clips post it notes kazoos white out bottles of asprin rulers boxes of chalk staplers balloons cartoons 3 ring binders ^^■i^H Sally Smith Professor Patricia Smith Accts. Receivable Clerk Evelyn Soderberg Purchasing Analyst Kathleen Spratt Student Store Manager Jack Stahl Textbook Manager Martha Stanley Executive Secretary Betsy Stefferud Financial Aid Coordinator Marie Stough Office Coordinator Faculty/Staff 55 YES THAT IS!!?? Julie Ambrose, CC Serkowitz Hall, and Mary Ann Ely, CC Work Hall. Not only do they work together in the Admissions office and are both Community Coordinators on campus they also take the time out to play. As mentioned these two hard working individuals work in the college admis- sion center. It is here where the future of DVC is born. Prospective students are in- terviewed and reviewed be- fore they are hopefully ac- cepted to Delaware Valley College. The admissioi counselors are busy eve spring trying to meet projected number of st dents to be a part of the corning freshman class. The center is a very bt and important place at D\ . . . we all support and predate your hard wor and dedication. Henry Sumner Dir. of Dev. and Alumni Giving Michael Tabachnick Professor Timothy Varacallo Supervisor/ Grounds Maintenance Neil Vincent Chairperson/ Horticulture Marilyn Vogel Director/ Media Center Nathaniel Wallace Professor Charles Weber Professor 56 Faculty/Staff William Werkheiser Head Coach/Men's Basketball Lisa Yard Secretary Pictured reverently be- neath the picture of the col- lege Founder, Rabbi Jo- seph Krauskop, are mem- bers of our Continuing Edu- cation Department. Pre- sent are Mr. Robert Bug- geln. Director for Profes- sional Development, Elaine Hanrahan, secretary, Laurie Lemer, and Dr. James B. Hirsh, Director of Continu- ing Education. This quartet is responsible for the growth of the evening divi- sion, the Center for Learn- ing in Retirement, and for short seminars held on campus. This department was also instrumental in develop- ment of the associate de- gree program in Supervi- sion, Administration Sf Management. The admin- istration of the LaSalle Uni- versity MBA program also comes under the depart- ment of the Continuing jucation Department. Lynne Willoughby Instructor frank Wolfgang Professor Fred Wolford Chairperson/ Agron./ Enviro. Science Stephen Zenko Director/ Admissions Richard Ziemer Chairperson/ Liberal Arts Faculty/Staff 57 Clubs f t>vo Making A Positive Difference Through Student Leadership Above: STUDENT GOVERNMENT 1st Row: Ken Pe- tersen, Angela Mazaika, Jeff Hirka, Kelly Martin, Mike Ward, Rob Hofstetter, Rich Difulvio, David Bortz. 2nd Row: Craig Higgs, Ian Luginbuhl, Dawn Berkenbush, Kirsten Dresser, Sean Schwartz, Frank Qunson. 3rd Row: Adam Kaplan, Mike Jadis. Right: INTER CLUB COUNCIL 1st Row: Rich DiFul- vio, Jim Wabals, 2nd Row: Samantha Cichocki, William Harris, Tricia Qimon, Jeff Hamiton, John Schridel. 3rd Row: Butch Schaffer, Mike Huesb- man, Karyn Schramm, Mike Strohecker, Adam Ka- plen, Margaret Wolters, James Craft. 60 Organizations Left: RESIDENCE ASSISTANCE lsr Row: Marvin Zimmerman, Rob Hofstetter, Sandra Olney, Donna Miloszar, Sean Schwartz, Liz Kelly, Frank Qunson, Melissa Bravo. 2nd Row: Karyn Schramm, Ann Kline, Teresa Schneider, Lori Ross, Paige Bamett. 3rd Row: Brendon Cawood, Rich DeFulvio, Sean Boag. Middle: A scene from the Homecoming Pep Rally. Above: Class of '91 President, David Bortz. Par Left: Angela Mazaika, Student Government secre- tary. Left: Another successful ICC club night. Organizations 61 Developing Into Leaders By Club Participation Above: AGRONOMY 1st Row: Travis Sherman, Mike Zimmerman, Travis Hutchnik, Tracy Lewis, Clay Hatcher, Todd Hofsaess. 2nd Row: Marvin Zimmerman, Tom Kellet, Bev Kershner, Kurt Ku- lik, James Craft. 3rd Row: Mr. Wolford, Andy Ernst, Sean Miller, Geno Lowe, Rob Drummond. 62 Clubs 7 Will never Forget The Day Every Bee In The Apiary Stung Me, I Called Security For Help And They Asked If J Was In Trouble. " Jimmy Marini V.P. Apiary Society Left: Apiary advisor, Bob Berthold, assists a stu- dent with the identification of bee body parts. Cen- ter: Agronomy Club members work into the early morning preparing their float for Homecoming 1990. Left: APIARY SOCIETY 1st Row: Dr. Berthold, Tom Kellet, 2nd Row: Ron Bain, Dan French, Caroline Mkuo, frank Qunson, Lisa Dietrich. 3rd Row: Jen Orlowsky, Jimmy Marini, Melissa Bravo. 4th Row: Ryan Miller, Mark Osiecki. Right: BIOLOGY CLUB 1st Row: Ann Wetzel, Kim Carroll, Michele Marley, Brian Redfern. 2nd Row: Jen Misko, Pat Jaman, Matt Cheeseman, Jeff Hami- ton, Rob Adamski, Mark Osiecki, Dr. Allison. Right: BUSINESS CLUB 1st Row: Mark Ambrose, Rich Dif ulivio, Scott Drunkenmiller, Dan Wadding, Chris Quinn, John Schreidl. 2nd Row: Bob Blake, Rae Ellen Gommel, Sandra Williams, Sally Qar- gula, Jill Brubaker/Foltz. Above: Students in a business class leam the importance of organiza- tional skills. From Classroom To Field Clubs Have Delaware Valley Pride Above: BLOCK AND BRIDLE 1st Row: Matthew Mi- chonski, Laura Harding Tiffany Cutler. 2nd Row: Marvin Zimmerman, Tami Halat, Dawn Berken- bush, Carol Trimber, Margaret Wolters, Krista Hut- nik. 3rd Row: Todd Hofsaess, Suzette Brought, Sue Block, Jonathon Crimes, Butch Schaffer. 4th Row: Mike Kutzmonich, Joe Mac Millan, John Allen, Matt Martenas, Mike Strohecker. Top: Block and Bridle members discuss the characteristics of a swine at farm 3. Center: Biology club members walk with their float down Doylestown Main street. 65 Always Making Room For ENTERTAINMENT AND SKILL 66 Clubs >osite page, far left: CHESS CLUB - Top to bot- left to right: Pat Jamann. Dr. Allison: Advisor. inia Waats. Brad Braun, Amy Sillup. frkW^f^W Above: CHORALE: Top to bottom, left to right: Bill Harris, Jenni Hansell, Pete Fischer, Tad Kuntz, Tuyen Q Vu, Marvin Zimmerman, Matt Michonski, Karen Doll, Trish Gimon, Mr. Porter, Brent Blick- ensderfer, Susan Tabachnik, Sheri DeBacker, Rae Ellen Qommel, Karyn Schramm, Kim Rose, Jen Orlowski, Amy Lubinsky, Renee Kazokas, Kristine Betts, Laurie Fleck, Chondra Spring, Mrs. Roberts: Advisor. Left: CHEMISTRY CLUB: Top to bottom, left to right: Trish Qimon, Mike Landis, Amy Sillup, Brett Wright, Tara Sewell, Karyn Schramm. Right: DAIRY SOCIETY: Top Row: Don Wivell, Irene Home, Robert Anderson, Jodi Lex, Jonathan Grimes, Byron Qraybill, Butch Schaffer, Adam Sny- der, Robert Kanzler, Heather Hemley, Steve Shar- er, James Wabals, Roy Coale, Dr. Plummer; Advi- sor, Tom Akam, Willie Keeney, Scott Youse, Matt McMahon, Tracy Cooper, Laura Harding, Marvin Zimmerman, Dawn Berkenbush, Sue Block, Amin Ahmadzadeh, Jayme Finafrock, Bridgette Boyer, Chris Tice, Matt lager. Above: OUTDOORS CLUB: Top to bottom, Left to right: David Mattus, Qreg Bruner, David Fanders, Ryan Miller, Richard Rathbum, Mark Rigenary, Krista Hutnik, Christina Holeman, Jennifer Fonse- ca, Jennifer Orlowski, Hollie Smith, Karyn Schramm. Right: David Fanders of the Outdoors Club. Center: Sue Brown and Dicky Hesser prepare the dairy display at the PA Farm Show. 68 Clubs Showing Their Pride For Their COLLEGE AND ENVIRONMENT ■ ^s^^ . - i 3. i ► <L jjBB^l Bottom: ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS: Top to bottom, left to right: Paul Sukhija, Ryan Miller, Cin- dy Bieloski, Jim Craft, Sonia Dieter, Kris Mauser, Jen Hughes, Lisa Melveney, Renee Corcoran, Mi chele Robbins, Jen Orlowsky, Tracey Gillespie Clay Hatcher. Top left: Three members of the ENA Top right: Dicky's home January 4-llth. Left: Pres ident of ENA Jennifer Orlowsky. Above: Jayme Fin afrock takes a nap with Laurel. Achieving Success Through OM HANDS TRAINING Top Right: EQUINE CLUB: Sue Hann, Sonia Dieter, Christine Borowsky. Center: ESO: Top Row: Sandy Boyce, Kevin Packer, Karen DeFrancesco, Nicole Ciprianni, Jessica Edwards, Holly McPherson, Diane Chandler, Lisa Jagielski, Andrea Morrissy. Bottom Row: Colette Szortyka, Joanne Stagliano, Kate Flynn, Laura Wah, Bill Harris, Patti Bennett, Heather Bankard, Becky Men-it. ^PR-^ **' Center Left: FTA Top Row: Jim Wabals, Matt Mar- tenas, Beverly Kershner, Jim Craft, Shawn Miller, Robert Drummond. Bottom Row: Butch Schaffer, Qeno Lowe, Ann Kline, Roy Coale, Chris Tice. Providing Support Through BELIEFS AND SERVICES Right: NEWMAN CLUB: Top to bottom, left to right: Sally Qargula, Matt Michonski, Joanne Snouffer, Stephanie Qargula, Kristin Baine, Samantha Ci- chocki, Jennifer Blisard, Ron Bane. Above: New- man Club President Jennifer Blisard. Below right: Kathy Biancardi hard at work. Left: HILLEL: Top to bottom, left to right: Advisor: Mr. Tabachnik, Amy Lubinsky, Sue Tabachnik, Adam Kaplan, Hollie Smith, Nicole Saviet. Above: FLORAL SOCIETY: Top to bottom, left to right: Jill Edwards, Michelle VanZant, Christine La- Penna, Samantha Cichocki, Chrissy Sipe, Carolyn Green, Raquel Laino, Kristin Baine, Mark Ringen- ary, Angie Mazaika, Emilio Juliano, Jennifer Bli- sard, Linda Schempp, Tom Brown. Center left: Trees on 202 were decorated with yellow ribbons to show the college's support for the troops. Far left: Linda Schempp and Jennifer Blisard; Presi- dent and Vice-President of the Floral Society. Clubs 73 Right: HORTICULTURE SOCIETY - Top to bottom, left to right: Sue Block, Maureen Reichards, Glenn Qappo, Krista Hutnik, Michelle Infante, Emilio Jualiano, Tad Kuntz, Jeff Botta, Mr. Scott Rober- tello, Mark Shannon, Tim Landis, Jimmy Marini, Jeff Davis, Eli Dreher, Jim Wabals, Cynthia Bie- loski. Right: LAB ANIMAL CLUB - Top to bottom, left to right: Dr. Q. Eaton, Pete Fischer, Vickie Morton, Brendon Cawood, Jen Misko, John Blagojevic, Re- nee Corcoran, Brian Worth, Dr. O. Brubaker, Ra- chel Ashbaugh, Renee Kazokas, Anthony Colazzo, Lisa Qerity, Jennifer Ormond, Adam Kaplan, Julie Rabin, Sherry Debacker, Debbie Shepard, Tiffany Cutler, Carol Trimber, Tami llalat, Melissa Manno Incorporating Pleasure With EXPERIENCE AT DVC Above: PRESIDENTIAL DIPLOMATS: Top to bot- tom, left to right: Jill Edwards, Sean Schwartz, Kel- ly Martin, David Bortz, Jim Wabals, Angela Ma- zaika. Dawn Berkenbush, Tiffany Cutler, Matt Martenas, Beverly Kershner, Adam Kaplan. Top right: Dawn Berkenbush, junior Animal Science major. Right: Jim Wabals ready for a tour. Organizations 75 Establishing Better RELATIONS AND CONDITIONS Right: CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP: Top to bottom, left to right: Jess Edwards, Carolyn Green, Tom Brown, Bob Kanzler, Adam Snyder, Steve Shetter- ly, Eva Miller, Sara Lynn, Lisa Jagielski, Tara Sewell, Samantha Cichocki, Tony Colazzo, Jenni Hansell, Chrissy Sipe, Andrea Morrissy. Right: LANDSCAPE NURSERY CLUB: Top to bot- tom, left to right: Dara Widdifield, Amy Cupples, Sean Schwartz, Sean Qarrigan, Rick Ray: Advisor, Jim Minninger, Mike Kutzmonich, John Shenk, Jeff Rumberger, Eric Kunz, Jonathan Najarian, Jordan Renos, Mike Hutchinson, Jill Edwards, Marc Jen- sen, Brian Mensinger, Phillip Stark, Jeff Bricker, Jeff Rowen, Tim Collins, David Bortz, Samantha Cichocki, Diana Costa, John DeFeo. "Minority Leaders Coalition, In Its Endeavor To Improve Relationships, Create Harmony, And Strive For Self- Determination, Would Like To Instill In Our Peers That It Is "riot Wise To Grasp At The Shadows And Loose The Substance" Because What We Have Accomplished Is The Roots For A Continued Success. " Malika Savoy '91 President, Minority Leaders Coalition » » i * Above: MINORITY LEADERS' COALITION: Top to bottom, left to right: Nefertiti Savoy, Terry Ward, Tamika Ward, Cindy Blackston, James Moye, Eric Banks, Malika Savoy, Dana Pinson, Deitra Ivery, Clubs 77 Right: NAMA - Top to bottom, left to right, Caroline Nkuo, Kristen Baine, Kay Lobaugh, Melissa Torok, Diane Chandler, Jay Grimes, Travis Walker, Eric Sechler, Matt Martenas, Kyle Mackes Above left: Kristen Baine and Melissa Torok, MAMA members, prepare for homecoming - the 20th century show- case. Above right: Kay Lobaugh works through the night on the NAMA float. Right: THETA CHI SIGMA - Top to bottom, left to right, Dave Paino, Bob Wogish, John Thomas, Mark Brinsky, Brad Groff, Scott Horshoko, Steve Wagner, Mike Coleman, George Glattis, Craig Higgs, Mike Struble, Ed Wilton, Lester Struble, Dave Klosniski, Frank Kitchner, Dan Law, Steve Calderone, Matt Reasoner, Jim Cain era *** 'JUT exi jf \ *%. a CkL ^-^i ill #*\ i QXE Supporting Their College Through DEDICATION 9 tat* 1991 CORNUCOPIA Editor Angela Cronin Photography/Sports Editor Melissa Bravo Special Events Linda Schempp Faculty Section Adam Kaplan Copy Amy Cupples Gregg Betz Senior Section Jill Brubaker/Foltz Joanna McKenna Commuter Section Kirsten Dresser Advisor Mr. Ched Baker Photographs by Merin Studios Philadelphia, PA Published by Jostens Printing and Publishing State College, PA O ifti Above: YEARBOOK: Left to right: advisor: Ched jP Baker Linda Schempp, Joanna McKenna, Angela Cronin, Adam Kaplan, Melissa Bravo, Amy Cup- ples. Clubs 79 Living And Learning With Brotherhood & Uaa Sisterhood Center: ZETA CHI 1st Row Dan Breslin, Frank Heery, Jason Minoff, Rob Mitros, Gary Broderick, Pat Looney. 2nd Row: Ian Luginbuhl, Chris Sweeney, Dan Brown, Justin Qeiger. 3rd Row: Bry- an Smith, Jeff DiQiovanni, John Schridel, Jake Neiring, Ben Rakus. 4th Row: JR. Meo, Mike Lager, Billy Turner, Randy Cropper, not shown: Dan Steiert Above: Clubs 1st Row: Beth Hoffer 2nd Row: Lynne Routzahn, Nicole Qenell, Melissa Manno, Lisa Mel- veney, Marie Kogut. 3rd Row: Margaret Wolters, Christie Portmann, 4th Row: Jenn Hughes. Above: Margaret Wolters enjoys the fun outside of Work Hall. Right: Christie Portmann smiles for the camera while watching the baseball game. Sports w Row 1 (L to R): Steve Wagner, Jim Esposito, Dave Naniewicz, Joe Rozick, John Casani, Tom Kellett, Tim Ford, Todd Nichols, Mike Santillo, Travis Sherman, Ron Bane, Eric Baum, James Moye. Row 2 (L to R): Clayon Andrews, Jerry Stiles, Bill Kalinich, Jim Betts, Scott Horoshko, Mike Coleman, Darren Bethke, Dave Faino, Darren Swift, Jack Mulholland, Mike Stam, Dave Samuel, Joe Boyarske, Bob Daugherty. Row 3 (L to R): Bryan Smith, Bill Nolan, Rom Clark, Jim Strickland, Chris Bockrath, Joe Clarino, Kurtis Kress, Seve Hykes, Larry Williams, Craig Cooper, Bill Hogan, Jeff Beltronte, Bill Maynard. Row 4 (L to R): Scot Hallet, Mat Walp, Carret Car, Tom Zadroga, Joe Simpson, Alan Creidus, Junior Hyman, Ryan Conover, Bruce Zollo, Ed Hancock, Mike Calletta, Matt Holland, Dave Paulsell. Row 5 (L to R): Joe Marino, Chad Ochnich, Mike Cliver, Jason Nol, Tony Mallozi, Mike Ambolino, Brian Kreider, Dennis Qillen, Joe Schwartz, John Zazalak, Shawn Qarrick, Anthony Swetz, Mike Wilson. Row 6 (L to R): Brian Kain, Chris Morelli, Joe DeRado, Qen Rinker, Mark Lewis, Greg Shipe, Neil Stamy, Tim Rosenberger, Brent Stouffer, Jim Smith, Andy Sgarra. Row 7 (L to R): Tim Pavst, Alpha Joyner, Vance Quimet, Ralph Hunsinger, Mike Hirshmann, Paul DiMaria, Tim Canavan. Football ANOTHER FRUSTRATING SEASON ON THE GRIDIRON Perhaps the best way to sum up the Delaware Valley Football team's season is with one word: FRUSTRATING. The Aggies started out slowly losing their first three games, bounced back to win three of their next four, before dropping their final three outings by a total of just nine points. So the Green and Gold finished up the 1990 season with a 3-7 overall record and a 2-6 mark in the Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC). Del Val posted wins over Albright (35-28), Wilkes (49-28) and Wesley (34-14), while dropping contests to Wagner (34-13), Juniata (33-10), Lycoming (33-21), Susquehanna (37-23), Moravian (27-25), Lebanon Valley (30-28) and Widener (19-14). It was a record setting season for the squad, as the offense established a new single-season rushing record with 2,498 yards on the ground out of fourth-year coach Dick Bedesem s wishbone offense. Individually, senior quarterback Tim Ford was busy writing his name in the annals of Del Val football, setting new career records for Total Offense (3,598 yds.) Scoring (156 pts.) and Touchdowns (25). The Aggie co-captain led the team in rushing with 619 yards on 169 carries with nine touchdowns, while completing 44 of 92 passes for 538 yards and four scores. He also earned MAC "Offensive Flayer of the Week' - honors twice during the year, was named to the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) South region All-Star team, while also being named a Second Team All-Star by the MAC. A trio of juniors also had fine seasons running the football as halfbacks Bill Nolan (59 carries-367 yards-5 TD's) and Clayton Andrews (74-348-3) teamed with fullback Jack Mulholland (62-349-4) to provide an explosive offensive attack that averaged 25.2 points per game. Junior Scott Hallet also had a record-setting year as a kick returner. Hallet returned 28 kickoffs for a single-season record 576 yards, including a 90-year touchdown jaunt in the season opener against Wagner. He also set a new single-game record for return yardage with 134 yards of four returns against Wagner and established a new career mark for kickoff return yardage with 1,028 yards. Juniors Steve Hykes and Steve Wagner anchored the offensive line and were honored on the MAC All- Star team, with Hykes being named to the Second Team and Wagner as an Honorable Mention. MAC Honorable Mention All-Star Mike Hirschmann led the defensive charge with a team-high 121 tackles for the season from his inside linebacker position. Fellow sophomore Darren Dethke contributed 99 stops from the other linebacker spot, while freshman defensive tackle Ron Sowers was third on the team with 91 tackles. Senior nose guard Tom Kellett finished out a fine career with 79 tackles and 2.5 sacks, while earning second team All-Star status from the MAC, as did sophomore safety Dave Samuel, who finished the year with a team-high five interceptions along with 87 tackles. Sophomore defensive end Bill Maynard topped the squad with 10 quarterback sacks. Freshman punter Dill Hogan also added a solid contribution, leading the MAC in punting, while earning a spot on the MAC'S Second-Team All-Star squad. The 1991 version of the Aggies returns 17 starters from this years squad and should be a team to contend with In the MAC title hunt. Back Row: Matt Purcell, Jim Cain, Doug Caldwell, Andy Herbein, Scott Williams, Travis Walker, Ken Hopkins, Kevin Switala, Jake Niering, Jr Meo, Tim Mears Front Row: Randy Cropper, Rich DeFulvio, Paul Robillard, Jason Alwine, Victor Yokorak, Frank Heery, Chris Young, Frank Qunson Soccer It has been a year of change for the Delaware Valley College soccer team. The main change in the program came with the coaching. The new head coach, Mr. Alan Hedden, comes from a history of soccer coaching in the Bucks County area. Assist- ing coach Hedden are two Del Val graduates, Chuck Barrett and Kevin Dougherty. The new coaches, heavy recruiting, and much effort by the players, have led the team to their best season in 3 years. Victories came from Wesley, Upsala and one of Del Val's largest rivals-Washington College. Last season, Washington burned Del Val 18-0, but the new team avenged this loss with a 3-1 win in overtime this year. The team captains for the 1990 season were G R Meo and Randy Cropper, both in their sophomore years. Seniors include Doug Caldwell and Corey Cluck, who both received all tournament honors at Trenton State this season. With only two graduat- ing seniors, the young team hopes to use the many changes to their advantage in the upcoming seasons. • Back row: Marleen Bums, Karen Qeib, Gladys Hodge, Suzette Brought, Sherri McAllister, Coach Fleischer Middle Row: April Hanson, Angela Cronin, Amy Fallweiler, Melody Qeesaman, Front: Lisa Monteiro 90 Field Hockey Field Hockey The 1990 Field Hockey team experi- enced another tough season, posting a 2-15 record. The 11, sometimes 10 girl squad learned a great deal about them- selves and their abilities as the season progressed. "The girls are a fundamen- tally sound team that wants to win and will win if they continue to work hard together." (Coach Fleischer) Coach Fleischer also sees light over the hori- zon as intense recruiting brings in play- ers to complement those already on the team. This year's squad was led by Cap- tians Suzette Brought, so.; Amy Foll- weiler, So.; and Lisa Monteiro, Jr.. Other team members included Angie Cronin, Sr.; Melody Geesaman, Jr.; Marlene Bums, Jr.; Sherri McAllister, Fr. Karen Qeib, Fr.; Gladys Hodge, Fr.; April Han- den, Fr.; and Amy Terry, Fr.; Melody Gee- saman was also selected to the MAC all- academic Team. Amy Follweiler was selected by her peers as the teams mvp. Amy was also selected as a MAC all-star by the coaches in the northeast section of the MAC. Sherri McAllister and Amy Follweiler were recognized for their ef- forts when the squad played in the PcB tournament toward the end of the sea- son. Field Hockey 91 Back Row. Coach John Quinn, Manager Sean Baver, Middle Row: Jan Sayvom, Eva Miller, Deitra Ivery, Pam Blogett. Front Row: Vicki Morton, Tamika Ward, Terry Ward, Angel Largent 92 Volleyball Volleyball The 1990 Women's V-Ball team had a very disappointing season. Their record ended 1-18. The team was coached by John Quinn. 1st year coach Quinn stat- ed that this was a long but fun season. The ladies played hard, but the oppo- nents played harder and were stronger. The team was led by seniors Deitra Ivery, Terry and Tamiko Ward. They were the catalysts of the team. They were looked to whenever there were points needed, whether it was their blocking or powerful spikes. They were joined by junior captain Angel Largent,. whom the team looked upon for leader- ship. Sophomore Pam Blodgett was looked to for her powerful serves. Fresh- men Vicki Morton, Rachel Ashbough, Eva Miller, Jan Sayvorn, and Mary Ann Henry added to the team's depth. Volleyball 93 DVC MEM'S CROSS COUNTY-FALL, 1990 After three losing seasons, the DVC Men's Cross Country Team returned to their winning ways, log- ging a 6 and 4 record. Outstanding dual meets were their one point victory over Albright and their narrow loss to Susquehanna. The team also fared very well in invitational meets finishing sixth in the Lebanon Valley Invitational and third in the Drew Invitational. Leading the team not only in scoring but also in leadership was senior Art Ruediger. Art won six of the dual meets and medaled in both the Lebanon Valley and Drew Invitationals, finishing seventh and sixth respectively. For his efforts, the team voted him the Most Valuable Harrier Award for the third straight year. Also making a significant contri- bution to the team's success was freshman Chuck Holiday. Chuck finished second in five meets, and he was awarded NCAA all East Second Team Freshman honors for his finish in the regional meet. DVC WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY-FALL 1990 The Del Val Women's Cross Country Team was plagued by a plethora of problems, and with the exception of one meet, they were unable to field a full team throughout the season. The team was lead by sophomore Marge Harris, who was voted the most valuable harrier by her teammates. Oth- er team members who participated in most meets were sophomore Christina Holeman, who for her consistent performance was awarded the Debbie Mac Memorial Award, and freshman Jenn Hansen. Also, seeing action for the team were freshman Sue Sladek, Junior captain Sandy Slanker, and Ju- nior Kim Douglass. 94 Cross Country Cross Country Cross-Country 95 Colleen Qebhardt, Catherine Duffy, Lisa Melveney, Qina Sandone, Colleen Jones, Tiffany Olson, Jill Brubaker, Anne Marie Fredrick, Joanna Mc Kenna, Jill Dachman, Wendy Rector, and Stephanie Beach fVMi.'S I . • 96 Cheerleaders Front: Doug Linde, Coach Werkheiser, Bob Natkie, Back: Roger Miller, Kevin Gordon, Ted Mulroy, Ray Wells, Michael Sowers Missing: John Thomas, Cory Cluck, Mike Qallaetta. Golf Del Val's golf team had a new home this year, the Pinecrest Golf Course, in Montgomeryville. The players quickly took to the new course and had one of the better seasons in several years. At the only home patch, DVC played its finest tournament. Doug Linde, a senior, shot a record of one under par 69. Ray Wells, a freshman, shot 79 and John Thomas, a senior, shot his season low of 83, far surpassing this in all other matches. Bob Natkie, Cory Cluck and Mike Knouse also contributed to the home matches success. At the MAC championship at Shawnee on the Delaware, the Aggies finished 16th out of 21 teams. Linde led the team with an 8th place finish overall. Mike, Bob and Ray also did exceptionally well at the final tournament. Coach Werk- heiser is looking forward to getting an early start into next year's season. Top Left: Senior — Ted Mulroy Middle Right: Senior— Bob Matkie Middle left: Senior — Doug Linde Bottom left: Junior — Roger Miller Bottom right: Freshman — Mike Sowers Oolf 97 basketball Men's 1 Beaver W 127-53 j j King's L 82-72 FDU-Madison L 72-49 Elizabethtown L 94-86 Drew L 86-64 j Moravian L 86-83 Albright W 81-73 Cabrini Classic L 81-76 Beaver Classic W 95-60 Ursinus L 81-62 Allentown L 84-62 Muhlenburg L 95-73 Susquehanna L 91-53 Juniata L 69-52 Scranton L 68-50 Wilkes L 80-61 Scranton L 82-60 Messiah L 97-58 FDU-Madison L 77-51 King's L 88-64 Wilkes L 127-72 Lycoming L 93-88 Drew L 84-82 Softball Centenary W 20-13 Upsala W 15-3, 11-1 Misericordia L 12-0 Muhlenberg L 14-2, 11-1 King's L 6-4, 11-2 Drew L 17-9, 10-6 ] Wesley — Rained FDU-Madison L 11-1, 15-3 Moravian L 19-9, 8-1 Scranton L 12-2, 14-0 Philedelphia Textile — Rained ^ Wilkes L 11-12, 14-3 ^^ Allentown L 12-1 ^^ MAC Playoffs 2-6 Opp 1 B W1DENER MORAVIAN BLOOMF1ELD, Fla. a MCKENDREE Fla. BLOOMFIELD Fla. s ALLENTOWN ALVERNIA FDU-MADISON e DREW ALBRIGHT b KINGS WILKES MUHLENBERG a URSINUS UPSALA 1 WASHINGTON SCRANTON 1 MAC PLAYOFFS OVERALL I Football Wagner Juniata Lycoming Albright Susquehanna Wilkes Wesley Moravian Lebanon Valley Widener Wrestling F. Federal lnvit. 1st Great Lakes Open. 1st York Tournament 1st Delaware State W Kean College W Division III 3rd Lycoming W Gettysburg W King's W Moravian W Elizabethtown W Susquehanna W MAC at Haverford 1st NCAA D. Ill at Augustanna MAC 37-8 24-19 22-17 37-9 50-0 38-9 34-7 44-0 2 All. Americans MAC'S 16th Out Of 20 Teams Doug Linde 8th 2-29-1 Overall Golf DVC 15-5, 7-4 5-3 11-4 4-1 12-6 14-1 7-4, 10-9 11-9, 11-6 9-1 10-3, 8-4 19-3 16-7 3-2 8-5, 12-11 cane. 3-2, 8-6 Football Opponent Soccer Philadelphia College Moravian College Drew University Swarthmore College Cabrini College Wesley College Holy Family College Widener University Upsala College Albright College Wilkes University Ursinus College Haverford College King's College U. of Scranton FDU-Madison Washington College W 3-1 MAC PLAYOFFS 1-5 L 0-3 L 1-4 L 0-9 L 1-6 L 0-6 W 2-1 L 0-2 L 1-4 W 2-1 L 1-3 1-5 0-6 1-7 0-5 1-7 Basketball Women's Wilkes Toum. Utica Toum. Trenton State Upsala Drew Philadelphia Textile L Moravian L Widener W Haverford W Kutztown L Juniata L Holy Family W Albright L Allentown L, King's L Drew W Lebanon Valley W Scranton L FDU-Madison W Scranton L Eastern ^i^ W Kings W Lycoming W Susquehanna L Ursinus L 1. 13-34 1. 13-33 L 21-33 W 35-28 1. 22-37 w 49-28 w 34-14 1. 25-27 1. 28-30 L 14-19 80-61 58-57 70-46 L 74-70, 69-62 60-34 66-44 78-67 67-52 53-45 77-64 78-65 71-66 71-58 W 74-62, 75-57 45-43 70-52 67-55 77-62 W 63-58, 63-51 58-55 80-51 68-61 87-66 72-71 71-63 >verall o A> Men 5 And 4 Women And 5 Cross Country Track MAC Swath/Widener/Franklin/Sf Marshall Moravian College Albright/Lebanon Valley Ursinus/Haverford Susquehanna/Qettysburg/Lycoming PENM RELAYS MAC at Gettysburg Princeton Invitational nCAA Maperville, Illinois MEn WO MEM 3rd 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 3rd 1st 14th 4th 7th 8th T.B.A. OVERALL 6-5 7-4 Scores 99 Front L to R: Jamie Debugue, Chris McGrath, De- mitri Kangas, Dana Pinson, Chuck McQrath, Miki Chiaffi, Troy Gump, Todd Funk. Coach Craig Dea- con, Stephanie Qargula, Chris Hoover, Jim Craft, Scott Coleman, Bob Mokrynchuk, Mark Ambrose, Jimmy Cunningham, Mike Johnson, Sally Qargula, Coach Robert Marshall. Ed Hancock, Paul Cowden, Shawn Miller, John O'Byme, Eric Schimf, Kurt Han- del. Wrestling Top Left: Paul Cowden breaks a pin attempt. Right: Mike Johnson won his first MAC title this season. Middle: Kurt Handell makes his move. The D.V.C wrestling Team, coached by Bob Marshall, ended another successful season by winning their 5th Middle Atlantic Conference Championship. Delaware Valley College sent 6 wrestlers into the finals and came away with three champions. Demitri Kangus, So., won his second title in two years, wrestling at 134 lbs. Mike Johnson, Fr., won his 1st title at 150 lbs, and Sr., Mark Ambrose, wrestling at 158 lbs, won his 4th title and 2nd outstanding wrestling award. In all, D.V.C. placed 9 out of ten of their wrestlers in the top 4 places. The wrestlers won every tournament they were in this season. The First Federal Tournament, The York Toum., and the Great Lakes. Mark Ambrose and Bob Mok- rynchuk received All-American honors. Ambrose finishes his school career with a school record of 114 wins and only six losses. The Aggies are looking forward to a winning season next year. Wrestling 101 Top Left: Demitri Kangus, Sophomore Top Right: Dana Pinson, Junior Middle Left: Chris Hoover, Senior Middle Right: Bob Mokrynchuk, Senior Bottom: Todd funk, Sophomore 102 Wrestling Womens Basketball The 1990-1991 season started off with great expectations. Considering that the Aggie Ladies are a young team, and play- ing the toughest schedule in M.C.A.A. Ill with opponents such as Trenton State, Philidelphia Textile, Moravian, Holy Family, Scranton, and Kutztown. I have to be Happy!! with the way these girls played and advanced as a unit against some very fine opposition. Playing two freshman, two sophomores, and one senior in a starting role, the ladies overall record was 14-14 and 6-4 in the MAC-NE. We earned our fourth straight trip to MAC'S playoffs, dropping a tough 72-71 contest event in the northern division. We also made our fourth consecutive ap- pearance in the E.C.A.C. Southern Region Tournament. With all but one player returning for next years season and five recruits, the Lady Aggies are looking to go to the playoffs for the fifth year in a row. Best of luck to Karen Cumminskey who is gradu- ating this year. W. Basketball 103 Right: Row 1 (L to R) Coach Gary Pento, Stephanie Armstrong, Karen Cumminskey, Andrea Shumack, Natasha Upson Row 2 (L to R) Kelly Sciss, Dawn Fapciak, Pamela Ball, Melanie Falkiwicz (missing Stephanie Mason). Below: Stephanie Armstrong strong arms 2 points!! Bottom Left: Stephanie screams Hey while trying to get the ball. Bottom Right: Will Melanie's jumpshot hit for 2 points? Wait and see. 104 Womens Basketball Left: Dawn jumps to receive the rebound. Below: Del Val setting up for the steal. Bottom: The team psyching up for the game. Women's Basketball 105 Top (L to R): Coach Werkheiser, Mike Knouse, Jeff Weidlick, Matt Fritzinger, Ted Mulroy, Gene Bloe- maker, Brian Buckley, Bill McClafferty, Tom Riley, Stephan Walters, James Moye, Coach Coyle, Seat- ed — Eric Banks, Captain. Missing: Doug Linde, Jacob Mikens. Top Right: Doug Linde and Tom Riley prevent an opponent from shooting. Bottom: Count it . . . Eric Banks for "three"!! 106 Mens Basketball Mens Basketball The Delware Valley College Men's Basketball team had a tough time on the hardwoods during the 1990-91 season, finishing with a 3-22 overall record and 1-15 mark in the MAC-NE. Senior guard Eric Banks led the team in scoring with 285 points and three-point field goals (50) to earn team MVP honors. Junior forward Jacob Mick- ens topped the squad in rebounding, pulling down 7.0 rpg. while scoring at a 12.0 ppg clip. The biggest highlight of the season came on November 24th, when the Green and Gold scored a school record 127 points in a 127-53 route of an undermanned Beaver squad. Banks and senior center Doug Linde conclude their careers in 1991, but the Aggies return nine players from this year's roster in hopes of re- bounding in the 1991-92 campaign. Top: Stephan Walters ... air bound. Left: Jake Mickens . . Slam Dunkl Middle: Doug Linde actionl! Right: Tom Riley looks to pass over a defender. Men's Basketball 107 Below: Tom Riley takes baseline to the basket. Middle: Jake Mikens works one on one in the post. Right: Full speed ahead!! Jake drives one for DVC. Bottom Left: Ryan Buckley squares up for a jump shot. Bottom Right: Coach Werkheiser gives the team the gameplan. 108 Men's Basketball rack and Field Left: Pat Qlozzer takes a nap after a day on the track. Below: Over the hurdle in the first lane, San- dra Slanker is headed for the finish line. Track And Held 109 Track And Field Top to Bottom, Left to Right: Ken Petersen, Barry Bosket, Scott Hallet, Pat Qlozzer, Shawn Huzar, Chuck Ruchis, Peter Oesen, Sandy Slanker, Coach Loughery, Joanne Snouffer, Chuck Holiday, Dave Klosinski, Scott Jones, Ed Wilton, Kim Douglas, Mark Brinski, Asst. Coach McDavid, Tamika Ward, Terry Ward, Danielle Cooper, Luan Qethers, Chris- tine Holeman. Delaware Valley College senior field- man John Allen and freshman fieldman Joe MacMillian both recently qualified to compete at the Division III Track Cham- pionships to be held at Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea, Ohio on May 22nd through 25th. Allen, who holds the school record in the javelin, qualified for his third straight trip to the national championships by capturing the Middle Atlantic Confer- ence (MAC) javelin championship with a toss of 1931". Entering the MAC Cham- . pionships, Allen's best throw of the year had been 185' 10" to place first in a quadrangular meet at Swarthmore Col- lege on April 6th. The national qualifying standard to obtain entry into the Divi- sion III Track Championships is 193'. MacMillian had an outstanding fresh- man year for the Green and the Gold, competing in both the discus and the shot put events. The Aggie freshman earned his trip to the Track Champion- ships, in the dicus event, on May 11th at the Princeton Invitational. His throw of 156 4" not only qualified him for a trip to 110 Track And Field Ohio with Allen, but it also set a new Delaware Valley College school record in the event. The old mark had been held by Steve Trostle. The Aggie men finished the year with a 6-5 record and eighth place finish at the MAC Championships. The Lady Aggies capped off a 7-4 season with a ninth place position in the MAC. Junior Kim Douglass capped off a fine season by winning the MAC 100 and 200 meter dash titles. She ran season bests at both races, capturing the 100 in 12.78 seconds and the 200 in a time of 25.55 seconds, which is just one one-hundreth of a second shy of qualifying for the Track Championships. She was undea- feated in the 200 meter dash this sea- son, while winning all but two 100 meter dash races. Sophomore Bridget Kelley and fresh- man Denise Kehm both had good show- ings at the MAC Championship. Kelley finished second in the High Jump event with a leap of 5'0", while Kemp placed seventh in the Shot Put with a throw of 3311" and 20th in the Discus. Top: The gun is shot at a track meet at Albright College. Above: DVC's Art Ruediger is in the lead. >ve: John Donovan rounding the bend heading ards the finish line. Above: Barry hands off the on in the 4 x 400 meter relay. Opposite page: At the line Pat Qlozzer shows his fustration. die: Senior, John Allen, practices throwing the :lin. Bottom: Ken Petersen ready to hand off. Track And field 111 Top to Bottom, Left to Right: Coach Fleischer, Brenda Green, Cheri Cambum, Becky Duma, Tab- bethia Haubold, Marion VanAuken, Michelle Infan- te, John Zazulak, Sherri McCallister, Kelly Sciss, Sue Frerichs, Lori Borisoff, Becky Altmann, Rachel Ashbaugh, Katie Bartels. Missing: Jen Seidel 112 Softball Far left: Outfielders Sue Frerichs, Kelly Sciss, and Marion VanAuken psyche up for the inning. Left: Jen Siedel. third base, throws the ball to first after taking several steps. Center: With a team member up to bat, the team looks with hope of a home run. Below: Sue Frerichs up to bat! | I The Delaware Valley College Softball am, with nine freshman and only two iniors, continued through its rebuild- ig process in 1991, posting a 3-16 Iverall record and 2-6 mark in the Mid- le Atlantic Conference (MAC) - Morth- ast Section for the first-year coach Lin- a Fleischer. The Lady Aggies jumped out to an arly 3-0 start on the season, before le lack of depth of a pitching staff and •experience resulted in a season end- ig 16-game losing streak. Despite the •sing streak, the Green and Gold still re optimistic about their future, con- dering the fact that they had no se- iors on this year's roster and every- ne is expected to return to next year's )Ster and everyone is expected to re- im to next year's squad. "We took a step forward this season jnsidering all of the young players we ad on the squad,'' said Fleischer. "Once we establish a solid pitching ro- tation, we should once again become a contending ball club over the next sev- eral years, especially having nine fresh- man and no seniors on this year's ros- ter.'' A trio of freshmen were the main of- fensive forces fore Del Val this season. Shortstop Becky Altmann, centerfielder Kelly Sciss and pitcher-infielder Sherri McAllister all hit over .400 on the year and were the top three on the squad in hits and runs scored. Altmann topped the team in batting average .464, hits 26, runs scored 23, and earning a spot on the MAC - north- east Section All-Star team. She also tied for the team lead in stolen bases and was the general on the infield from her shortstop position. Sciss finsihed the year with a .434 batting average, with 23 hits including a team-high six doubles. She was sec- ond on the team with nine RBI's and third on the club with a .547 slugging percentage, while leading the team with a .951 fielding percentage. Sophomore third baseman Jen Sei- del is another solid building block re- turning for next season. In 15 games this year, she rapped out 15 hits, in- cluding three doubles and two triples on her way to a .349 batting ave. with 7 RBI's. A pair of junior outfielders will also be back in 1992 to provide leadership to the young Lady Aggies. Sue Frerichs (.333) and Lori Borisoff (.190) each drove in eight RBI's for the year. Softball 113 Losing just three seniors off his 1991 Delaware Valley College baseball team, fifteenth year head coach Frank Wolf- gang sees only good things ahead for his program after posting an 8-14 overall record and 5-5 mark in the Middle Atlan- tic Conference during the 1991 cam- paign. Despite the losing record, the Aggies showed a three game improvement over the 1990 season, while playing a num- ber of freshmen at key positions throughout the line up. Those fresh- men, combine with several upper class- men, will provide a solid nucleus for 1992 and years to come. "I thought the kids played well and we had a chance to win a few more games." said Wolfgang. "The kids played hard and gave a good effort. The only thing that was dissappointing about the sea- son was the fact that we never had a chance to win a doubleheader." In six doubleheaders on the year, the Aggies split five and lost one, losing the first game of all six twinbills. However, the squad was able to bounce back and capture two one-run games and a pair of two-run games to avoid being swept. Junior infielder Bob Altieri, completed an outstanding season by earning the team's MVP award for the third straight year. Named to the MAC-HE section and Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference South Region All Star teams, Altieri hit .437 with three home runs and 21 runs batted in (RBI). He topped the team in batting average, RBI's, hits (38), dou- bles (6), triples (3) and handled all 89 defensive chances without an error. He was also the ace of the Green and Gold pitching staff, posting a 5-4 record with a 9.11 earned run average (ERA), while striking out 34 in 53-1/3 innings. \r Top: Bill Turner quickly gets the ball in. Above: To bad this foul ball, caught by Paul Hahn, doesn't count for an out. Right: Brian Siegal watches as his teammate calls for the ball. ^■■1 WF m m 114 Baseball Saseball i IlPnr m m. — apja^k :lG6IES\ /IGGIE Top to Bottom, left to right: Coach Bob Simmons, Kyle Walters, Bill Hogan, Bob Alteri, Ryan Buckly, Brian flicker. Matt fritzinger, Mike Rapp, Scott Die- mees. Coach Frank Wolfgang, Paul Mahn, Bob Spratt, Dan Law, Bill Turner, Ron Qorniak, John Maresca, Brian Siegal, Tim Mears Above: Coach Frank Wolfgang brings in pitcher Ryan Buckley to liven up the Aggies. Above: Outfielder, Brian Flicker, awaits the ball. Left: Bill Hogan, takes a few throws to warm up in the chilly spring weather. Middle: The Aggies in between innings. Baseball 115 Vi^/ Top to Bottom, Right to Left: Tim Woytas, Joe Cascarelli, Tad Dalgewicz, Pete Williams, Joe Rozick, Bill Tarbett, Glen Canterbury, John Pohl, Matt White, Steve Calderone, Mike Lager, Fred Barberra, Doug Walkup, Craig Higgs, Sean Harkins, Jr. Meo Above: Mike Lager #11 makes his way onto the field. 116 Lacrosse Alumni Field Lacrosse 1991 Lacrosse 1 1 7 118 Equestrian Team Equestrian Team The Del-Val Equestrian Team, coached the past two years by Claire Harris of Fox Heath Farm, competes in the Intercollegiate Horse Show Associa- tion. The Team rides in 7 to 9 shows a year, and competes with other colleges in horsemanship classes such as Begin- ner Walk, Trot, Canter for those riders just starting out, novice. Intermediate and Open for the more advanced riders, and the over fences classes for those riders that are more daring. The Del-Val Equestrian Team has been very competitive in the IHSA cir- cuit. In 1988 and 1990, DVC was High- Point College in this region. This en- abled the team to send a rider from each division to the IHSA National Horse Show. While there, DVC had riders win their divisions, congratulations Del-Val, we are proud of you!! Equestrian Team 119 Intramurals 122 Intramurals -^ .-\ Intramurals 123 124 lntramurals Intramurals 125 Intramural .... Football Teams Bob's Boys EMO Chug-a-Lug Theta Chi Nunzio Boys 69ers Hockey Teams Theta Chi Fire Starters Chug-A-Lug Staff Team 69ers Samuer Goon Wolf Pack Mad Hallers Basketball Teams 69ers Theta Chi Dream Team Suppmasters Chug-a-Lug Panthers S.S. Boys Staff team Hustlers BOB'S BOY'S: Sean Boug, Tony Rizzolino, Curt Handle, Dana Finson, Billy Turner, Chris Hoover, Re Ferrizzi, Jimmy Cunningham, Brian Schlegel Front: John Myers, Bob Moreman, Mike Savare, Da\ Ferrizzi. d&ktr^ WOLF PACK: Mike Stamm, Mike Qalletta, John Casani, Ron Qomiak, Torrey Bracken, Back: Bob Alte John Maresca, Mike Ambolino, Joe Rozick, Darren Bethke. ©3© %2Q£ eJ\J A THETA CHI SIGMA: John Thomas, Brad Qroff, Dan Law, John Maresca, Dave Faino, Back: Lester Strubk Ed Wilton, Scott Horoshko. 126 Intramural Champions . . . Champions Volleyball Teams Ryan Miller Chug-A-Lug Cooke K.A. 69ers Fubar X Sixers L.O.D. Chug-A-Lug Co-Ed 1UG • A - LUG: John Maniatty, Andy Gizzi, Frank Gunson, Mike Rapp, Colin Ringer, Mike Sowers, Back: irk Owens, Rob Davis, Eric Shade, Gino Bloemker. Softball Teams Theta Chi Chug-A-Lug Wolfsohn E.M.O. 69ers CMS Mouse Cavemen Stallions Bingo Long no name Chug-A-Lugutto Bozos Sphinctens P.E.K. :Z0 S: Front: Dante Perri, Mike Savare, Cary Palmer, Back: Mark Ambrose, Dan Benner, Rich DeFulvio, :is Hoover, Paul Cowden, Kurt Handel, Troy Gump, Tony Rizolino ntramural sports at DVC are actively participated in by many of our students. Men ) 1 women join in the fun of Volleyball, Floor Hockey, Softball, Football and kketball and compete to become season's champions. The prize is becoming irolved in a campus activity as well as the coveted team shirts. ntramurals is the chance to join a DVC team, regardless of ability. It is the chance toe a part of the TEAM SPIRIT of DVC. his years winners for the season are: FOOTBALL — BOB'S BOY'S; HOCKEY- *LF PACK: BASKETBALL— THETA CHI SIGMA' VOLLEYBALL— CHUQ- A- LUG; JTTBALL-BOZZO'S; TEnniS— Demitri Kangus and Chuck McGrath, Sean Reid and Km Tranvino; GIRLS HOCKEY— CHUG - A - LUGETTES Tennis Winners Doubles Ron Tronnino Shawn Reed Singles Chuck McGrath Demetric Kaugus Girls Hockey K.A.T. Chargers Hockers Intramural Champions 127 Top: Joe Rozick heads across to get the ball from an opposing team member. Above: Bill Hyde re- trives the ball from the goalie in a very close game. Middle: The ball is taken down court by junior, Jim Wightman. Right: Frank B. Qunson stick handles the ball pass opposing team member Bill Hyde. 128 Intramurals Top Left: No, let me get it. Bottom Left: OK, wait a minute, I think I need a break. Middle: The Three Stooges playing Floor Hockey. Bottom: Guys, I'm not the puck! Intramurals 129 Intramural Basketball Below: Dan Law discusses the last second strat gies with his team. Bottom; Left: Mark Jensen goe in for two points. Center: Lisa Dietrich wishes th game activity would pick up. Right: Moving intj shooting distance, Eric Shade. 130 Intramurals Intramurals 131 Intramural Softbal Above: Pitcher, Jerry Skoda steps up to the mound. Top right: Scott Horoshko and Lester Struble are coming into home base one after the other. 132 Intramural Softball **"*■ **%, ^^i 0& in ^> jji Left: Members of Theta look on as their team is up to bat. Intramural Softball 133 Student Life 1 f?*5CUil us fc-SL- Smooth as Iraqi oil . . Piunzio the elf . . Boones is #1 . . Cut the crap man . . Hey Weenie . . HOT TUB PARTIES . . Mike 3 . . The lounge . . Stickball . . When it rains, Work hall goes MUD SLIDING! Super Bowl party . . . Ya Giants . . Christmas Dinner dance . . Cha, Cha, Cha . . Orbs . . . Rusty, where's our pizza!! . . Norm!! . . SUPER MARIO III MARATHON . . . CHUG- A-LUG RULES . . Seat saved . . Look out Mel's coming, Relax Frank's here!! . . Schade . . Cheesesteak nights and open mike at NBH! . Sour Cream chips . . Thanks Colin . . Thank God for inventing DENNIES . . 7've run . . No more fire alarms! . . Waynes World . . We love you Ms. Ely . . Babe, the seven toed freeload- er .. No pets allowed . . What's an STD?? . . Co-ed all the way . . You fit how many people in your room? . . COORS and then some!! . . gatta love those sneaky Dan's . . right Lis!! ZX Little Sisters . . pledging . . Frunk, Bart, . . . it's your fault . . CHEERS AND ALF . . . best shows ever made . . MONA, THE LAST TRUE WORK- AHOLIC . . Well, there's always Schade . . T & T, everybody's favorite twins . . 136 Work Hall Ethel W. Cooke Hall Top Left: Tom Peltz, Community Coordinator, di- rects the gentlemen of the 1st floor of Cooke Hall with the help of HA, Marvin Zimmerman, in the nightly sing-a-long. Middle: Senior, John Allen lures Jeff and Eric to the cigar buckets. Left: The excited students of Cooke's 2nd floor give the place a thumbs up!! Cooke Hall 137 Barness 1st And 2nd ^H .^■^^k ^^B ^^i vr -^B v^-^sp Ann, I think something died in your room!!-OH MO we have pledge's-Who did you say, Karen? I don't think I know a Karen up here!!!-All right who is turning the hall lights off at night?-What is that smell by the trash?-Woo you have maggots-Ring the Bell or we can't hear you. -Will someone get that Damn phone-Listen no pig boots in the hall- way-Paige when are you going to take the Christ- mas stuff down- Oh my God is she telling those damn stories again- The damn vaccum is broke again-Do not worry we do not have any R.A.'s- You were told not to run in the hallway!! I think the blenders here more then she is!!-The Freshmen were wasted again last night. 138 Bamess Alumni Hall Yuk! What is that smell?-Cow What?-What are all those people taking pictures of?-Hey!! It's cold in here-Dead Head all the way! Rodi's Nite-3RD Floor Drafts-The Spirits of the Sea- son-75 lb. pumpkin. Alumni/Miller Halls 139 Ulman Hall 1st & 2nd Top: The boys from Ulman 1st stand in front of their newly landscaped residence hall. Above: Se- nior, Eric Baum, takes a break after a tough day on the gridiron. Middle: Ryan Miller, Doug Breneman, and Brad Longenecker turn around after playing a challenging game of Nintendo Football. Right: Ul- man 2nd residence crowd the enterance to the 1923 dormitory. 140 Ulman Hall Ulman Hall 3rd Top: Kevin Switala is caught studying Biology on a Saturday morning. Middle: The Ulman crew take a breather in front of the dorm. Junior, Mike Lager looks back. Left: Students from Ulman's 3rd floor show the support for American's troops in a very patriotic year. Ulman Hall 141 Elson 6e Wolfsohn Halls Right: The boys from Elson Hall relax in their lounge. Below: Larry Williams persuades a friend to go play basketball with him in the gym. Center: Elson RA Brendon Cawood . . . alio. alio. Bottom: The gang from Wolfsohn Hall stand outside their Residence Hall. Senior, Bill Turner gives the big #1 for DVC. 142 Elson & Wolfsohn Halls Left: Did someone say Moo? Below: Drinking too many Martinis? Bottom Left: Here I come! Bottom Middle: True Love. Bottom Right: Hello. Mom. Please send some money? Dorm Life 143 Goldman 1st And 2nd The Great flood in Dan Law's room!-How 'bout those Goldman Golf Parties-Who threw the chairs- who ripped the phone off?-Where did all are shower cur- tains go?-Theta Chi Sigma!!-We hold the record in breaking the roles.-Fights, what fights?-Are those Freshman Fighting again?-Who hung the Christmas balls on the tree outside?-Cheers; Scott and Billy-If it happened upstairs John Hirst did it!!-Bob stop throw- ing the Orange fights 144 Goldman Samuel Hall 1st 6f 2nd Top: Students of Samuel Hall, 1st floor, make fun of their 3 year RA, senior, Rich DeFulvio. Middle: Dave Rosario of Samuel 2nd relaxes after a busy day at the college post office. Above: Sophomore, Rob Anderson wonders why his roommate Don mixed his dairy cloths in with his good cloths. Left: Samuel 2nd is comprised of mostly DVC Football and Wrestlers. Berkowitz Hall 1st & 2nd Top: Berkowitz 1st girls surround RA's Sandy Olney, Donna Miloszar, and Liz Kelley. Above: Melissa Gor- don caught off guard! Center: Stephanie Armstrong, Nef Savoy, Cindy Blackstone, and Sharon Adams ad- miring Deitra Ivery's hoops. Right: Berkowitz 2nd RA, Terri Schnieder holds court over the girls on the sec- ond floor and the "T." nvr 146 Berkowitz Hall Left: Isn't life grand? Below: A9< or best offer. Bottom Right: We didn't touch it, honest. Bottom Left: Come on let's squeeze in. Commuters The commuters of Del VA1! The few, the proud and the free!! No quiet hours, no roommate battles, no dorm rules and no RA's. And best of all, no false fire alarms at three in the morning. Lot's of peace and quiet and nothing to worry about except the neighbors complaining and the real cops showing up if we do get rowdy!! Although we aren't close to campus and we put a lot of wear and tear on our cars and bodies getting here dur- ing rush hour traffic it is still worth every minute of it, (except when we're 20 min- utes late for class). We've got home- cooking when and if we can cook it, and the way we like it. We enjoy the freedom of coming and going as we please and getting a decent nights sleep when we want, that we could never give up. Sure, we all miss not being around for all the fun events on campus and being in- formed of all the latest comings and go- ings .... believe it-commuters are al- ways the last to find out about anything . . . and then its usually only a week or two late .... but hey, these things happen and for what we gain by being out on our own its WORTH EVERY MORNING TRAF- FIC JAM AND EVERY LATE CLASS!!!! 148 Commuters Commuters 149 Commuters Far right: This freshman commuter student catches a quick bit before that 2:45 class. Right: Energy for the long commute HOME! 150 Commuters Left: This student lost his place on the page and fell into the ketchup. Below: This student is afraid that he will lose his place on the page. Bottom: Is Kim Ghering waiting for a big surprise? Commuters 151 Delaware Valley College Top: Denny and Carl discuss Carl's latest exam. Above: Becky Altmann holds her dog that she is training to become a seeing eye dog for the blind. Middle: Please don't bother me - I'm hungry!! Middle right: Dan Lee looks over notes as he reviews for an upcoming exam. Right: It says here that Holsteins are black and white and Brown Swiss are brown. 152 Commuters Doylestown, PA Top: Senior, Mike Zimmerman, smiles as he thinks about graduation day - May 18th. Middle left: I think I parked in Mrs. Shield's spot. Center: This cof- fee tastes QREAT! Middle right: What is this paw print on my notes? Left: John, it says here that DVC stock just went up 3 points. Commuters 153 Top: This non-traditional student finds getting back in the swing of thir not as easy as he thought. Top left: Amy Lubinsky is all smiles. Left: T traditional smile from a non-traditional student. Above: Curtis Cooper ca wait to hit the beaches in California! 154 Commuters Top left: Donna Jennings copies down the names of the Student Government Officers. Left: Commut- er, Kirsten Dresser, gives a sly look as she watches the Aggies win the baseball game. Center: Lisa Brous tries to explain the DVC Animal Science pro- gram. Below: Another day another paper down! Above: A last minute look before the big exam. Left: A pen in one hand and a fork in the other, this Commuters 155 Above: A common way of commute for students is Septa, which stops right behind campus. Left: Then I hold my arm out like this and it falls asleep. Bottom: Commuters, Sue Kris, and Diana, have a Christmas concert of their own in their off-campus apartment. 157 Seniors Top Middle: Hey pal, what's up? Top Right: Aah! I needed that. Below: I think I'll take a couple of these. Bottom Right: You're so funny! Bottom Left: Smile! Maguy Abboud CISM John J. Allen Jr. BA Dina M. Antonelli AS Kristine Artes AS MA • • 1 * •*. ." ^ ^ ■^■■B JIH s * t *"\flHt ft ^ <tX la^ r&^ s^^^^^m vtfc* **■ - ctp ^K ^H ► Mo Photo Available Eric M. Banks BA I rtfl S ftarberra OM Andrew K. Bamdt OH Seniors 161 Brian S. Bayda BY Christian Q. Beaulieu OH Daniel L. Benner DS Qlenn R. Biondi OH Susan M. Block DS Christine H. Borowsky AS David W. Bortz OH Melissa A. Bravo AS Heather L. Brown AS Thomas C. Brown OH Jill S. Brubaker/Foltz BA Douglas W. Caldwell OH Annette M. Canalichio AS Diana J. Costa OH Joseph R. Cascarelli OH Audra A. Cinalli BY Laura S. Cinalli BY Angela S. Cronin OH Seniors 163 Karen M. Cummiskey BA Richard DeFulvio BA John Defeo III OH Lisa A. Dietrich ~ " - 9| w <m ' ** bL^ * s lB^i ffim ifer ' Kirsten M. Dresser AS 164 Seniors Jennifer L. Delgatto BY m m v» IR^^s- ■*** V • mi / Christopher H. Falkler AE Michelle D. Fenton AS Timothy B. Ford BA David H. Frank BY Melissa Gall BY Kristian I. Qarver FS Patricia A. Gimon CH Nicholas J. Giorgianna Jr. BY Melissa M. Gordon AS Ronald Q. Gorniak BA Frank B. Gunson BY Seniors 165 Signe B. Hanson OH Heather L. Hemley DS 166 Seniors Sean n. Harkins OH Victoria B. Herr AS Thomas P. Higgins BA Robert J. Hofstetter HT Ingeborg L. Jenkins AS Donna Jennings BA Marcus R. Jensen OH Renee A. Kazokas AS Kurt I. Keller BA Seniors 167 Thomas Kellett AE Ann M. Kline OH Elizabeth M. Kelly BY Jeanette L. Kidd OH Marc A. Krasner HT Tad E. Kuntz HT Sandra E. Kusma CH Qretchen A. Lannon AS 168 Seniors J. Daniel Law BA Joan B. Kinley AE Eric Kunz OH Stina A Liebman AS James W. Lenhart DS Robert J. Lopes Jr. AK Christine D. Levis BA Thomas S. Lewis OH Jo-Ellen M. Lex AS John J. Mahoney BA Seniors 169 John D. Maniatty BY Scott L. Mann CISM Jeffrey D. Martin OH Angela M. Mazaika O Robert Ash McDonnell OH Erin M. McQowan AS 170 Seniors Charles W. McQrath Jr. BA Peter Milicia OM Lisa Monastero/O Brian BY David A. McWilliams OH Brian W. Mensinger OH Douglas T. Miller OH Donna M. Miloszar BY James A. Moye HA Betsy J. Myers AS Steven L. Metzgar C1SM Gail L. Mirabella AS Richard M. Mazareta Jr. BA Seniors 171 m mr *-_.....- -■'■■' Caroline N. Nkuo AB Jeannine E. Pawelski BY Joseph A. Perelka BA 172 Seniors Michael J. Penta III BA James J. Pitts Jr. AS Julie A. Rabin AS Dawn M. Reckner OH Lori A. Ross BY Lynne Routzahn BA Arthur A. Ruediger BY Edward M. Sandshaw AE Mk.hael r. Santlllo BA Seniors 173 Malika A. Savoy FS Peter J. Schweitzer BA Steven A. Shetterly DS 174 Seniors Danielle L. Schlick AS Theresa J. Schneider BY William B. Sennett Jr. OH Elizabeth A. Shandor BY Jacob A. Singer AS MBBt Lora J. Smith BY Sean M. Schwartz OH Travis E. Sherman AE Thomas M. Smith AB Anqela D. Thigpen AS Christine A. Trunkwater BA Margaret PI. Whitache AS Rebecca S. Widdoes FS Sandra I. Williams BA Robert W. Wogisch OH Timothy Q. Woytas OH Peter Pi. Williams OH M&»v'- ''. V* HE 31 Hril W& r * 1 ' ' ImBf ^1 •• Far Left: Hey, let's go riding Left: Boy that was tough Below: Together forever. Middle: This is the life. Bottom Right: OK, it's time to go. Bottom Left: Hurry and take the picture. Seniors 177 ■**££& e. *A O *Ps <? 5S V^CIE^^ <v: ^GRICUV^ N Memories John Joseph Allen Jr. 703 Hunter Drive Langhorne, PA 19053 Special thanks to Mom and Toni for all your love and support, and everything you've done to get us through the last 4 years, I love you both and couldn't have done it without you! Also special thanks to Tim and Michele, yur the greatest. Memories: Wolf- son, Alf, Fast Eddie, Football, OG-OT #79, Track Captain, Javelin, MAC'S, Nationals, Chicago, Cooke Fire, B + B, Hayrides, School record Holder, St. Patrick's Day, A- Day, Country Tavern, shoulder biter, RT, Feeding the ducks, wanna be, "Carnival Night". The guys: Thanks for everything Eski- mo, B.P, Matt, Jaz, Joe, Turf. Very special thanks to Trina, thanks for a great year and life, I love you! Dina Antonelli 810 E. 15 Street Chester, PA 19013 Remember: Sociables, P-town, Skiing, chili and cheese, HELLO JACK, 21 shots, chubby bunny, gasping at grapes, Goldman 2nd, Thursday all-nighters, losing my axle and wheel, rotaries, Oui ja board. Jinks, crusted warblers, Floyd and wreaking my favorite drinking buddy, you cut me right off!!. Motty, the night is young and so are we. Maggot, you are my Sunshine! Jimmy, no more tequila for you! Rob, you are a legend in your own mind. Jamie, I'd appreciate you not coughing in my face! Reinhart, you just RELAX! To all my friends at DVC. Thanks for the memories . . . One last thought for the road: "I drink, therefore I am." Ronald Joseph Bane Jr. 619 Altamont Blvd Frackville, PA 17931 ACTIVITIES: Football, Apiary Society, Newman Club, Intramurals: Floorhockey and Basketball. Thank you mom and dad for making this possible. Hi Lori and Dan! Kerri, there's so much to say-Thanks for starters. To Tom and Travis, it's over. Time flies. Skim, Keep pluggin. Scott J. I didn't forget about ya. To all my fellow teammates, believe me I won't miss the August heat. Attention Cooke Hall residents: Beware of firebug! Tom and Judy thanks for all your help and keeping an eye on us. To all my friends GOOD LUCK! Mark N. Ambrose 1509 Mifflin Street Huntingdon, PA 16652 Thank you mom and dad for everything The past four years Sally- it means every thing to me that you came down hen too! I love you. Wrestling team . . DVC winning team . . . You guys are great- Keep BOB's reputation going. Bob's boy: Skin Head, get a life. Hoover— You Bum' Have a drink on me ... . Andrew K. Barndt 453 Bucks Rd Perkasie, PA 18944 Thanks mom and dad. I've had enoug school now. I never could have done without you. Good Luck Squirt! Keep m seat warm, Miller; I'll get your keys. Tax onomy class with Russell, Doug and Nui : ney— got the old lab Jay? Doug, did yo ! see my hat on the flagpole? Ahwooba CC! Just wanted to dance. Now what' Enough of this nonsense. See you late Bye. Work it friends! Tschau. Brian S. Bayda 4311 Newburg Rd Bethlehem, PA 18017 Nick, Doug, Cool Pauly, YO! YO! Reiny, Jeannine, Art, Tad, Joey, Pete, Sean. Nick did you see that. Fuzzy lip, FUBR, de- ciphon, excavations, Dancin' NBI style, rummage Rehobeth!!! I'm 52, hatchet wound, feelin rugged. Joe and Nick- you both started it. Hey Art, NBI for an hour, late night at Denny's, Oops Up, Monte, Tad's annoying list! Mark and Ed— If we only had her?! Ghost deer, Goldman Boys, Doug- I heard slurping!! BTB, Star- Trek, D + D, Skipper, Schleppy, King quaser, NOGO nova, Blue streak. Jean- nine, thanks for keeping me sane! Good luck. •-..J JKA 7X 180 Memories Glenn Robert Biondi 52 Glen Gary Road Middlesex, NJ 08846 dona THE bar, DVC golf course!! Mud lides. fearless Dave af the Zeta Chi par- y, eat more beer, Albert Einstein's philos- >phy Smashing bottles, Atlantic City trip towaway, you can feel fat in the dark, >ut you can't feel ugly! I got the mun- :hies, man!. We saw the blue flame, JORM! I drank what? Make me another :heesesteak lady. Who wrote on the >athroom wall?, NBI to the rescue, I got lOthin to do, Who the hell are you?? Get jut of my room! You fit 35 people in this oom, HOW?? Lose the shirt. Thanks ev- >ryone, Work hall gang past and present, kimundy is outta here. David Walker Bortz 123 Woodland Drive Landsdale, PA 19446 Susan Marie Block 327 Barbara Drive Clarksboro, NJ 08020 Nickname: Blockhead Activities: Dairy Society, B + B, Out Doors Club, A-Day and Livestock Judging Team. It's been a blast. Will always remember rooming with Krissy and all the crazy things we did, simon, Kitty — Meow Meow, Puss Puss. Pep talks, moral support and scientific evidence. Are they bonding? Ah Tabor, Jer- ry, water slides, Mikie's B-Day, Bumble, Ricky roadkill. Love ya Kathy and most of all NO RULES!! Tex you native! Roadtrips, parties, and friends. Mo keep on turning those tassles. Want to forget waking Don up for 4am milkings, Marge's Breakfast, isoplus + the summer of 89 — they tried to kill me I was roped into it — Honest. Thank you Mom and Dad. Go Aggies!! Christine H. Borowsky 53 Clearview Ave Trenton, N J 08619 hanks mom and dad for everything, ivestock Judging team was great even lough we did not do so well. Remember rudying— slides guys + the FUSTRATION!! jlie- Bio final!! How about Rosanne ights, Erin especially Sophomore year iding lessons were the greatest- AC JL •B. Heather + Angie, never forget the jnches. Lavin, Luih + foals. Best of luck 'veryone. It was fun being a part of such i small (all women major) college. Thanks :indy for all your support and rides. Lucky - I are going, going, gone. To all of the seniors . . . You are the best! Good luck in all you do. To the officers: AC, LC, JC, TK, KD, AK, NG, AR — thanks for everything! Senior socials, Trips, Baha- mas Bound!!, A-DAY, LNC-MR. Patch, Mud Boggin' in the rain. SG meetings, Wolfson 22, Cooke 205: Learn not to burn!! Friends-INTEGRATE!!, Don't seperate NA- TIVES— Work it draw— Boys!! JD— You've made my time at DVC the best they could have been. I'll miss you MAD DOG!! PS, SSSNDJE, ER, MJ, DC, PW, DW, SH— take care and K.I.T. LM. KD, JK, JB and LS especially. To my family — all of my love. BS— You are my life, heart and soul— LUAF Lisa M. Brous 59 W. Myrtle Ave Feasterville, PA 19053 Equestrian Team (3), Lab Animal Club (1), Pre Vet Society (1). To Jim, Thanks for being there for me and loving me no matter what. I will always love you!! To Erin, "I want a pound of Busch", you were the best roommate I could ever ask for, I'll miss you. To all my friends: You know who you are, thanks for making these last years so bearable. I'll miss you. Scruffy, you will also be special to me. Goodbye DVC, Hello real World!! Melissa Ann Bravo R.D. 5 Box 258 Wellsboro, (Hickkville) PA 16901 Hey gang, anyone got a clue what we're suppose to do now?? Bye Del Val, it's been fun! now for some serious life!! Hope you all enjoy this book?? Special memories: Dancin on the library roof, smokin one the wrong way three times!! Ulman 308, the boys!, Evil Dead, the dumb look, Jim, Jim, Jim ... No more Jim?? Roadtrips home, Summer's at Doug's, Haunted Houses, Roy's, Thurs. night rendezvous, A-Day 89, Goldman Hall party 88 and The Wolfson Gang 87 — Wedns. nights at NBI and KAROAKE SHOW TIME Babushka brother's don't forget me!! J. A, Brendon: thanks for all the talks. Work Hall gang . . . Keep up the tradition and thanks for making everyone's year a memorable one. Everyone who lent me car keys the last four years THANK YOU. Everyone at home. Thank you for putting me through college. Well gang, this is it. Grab Reality!!! Kegs, just think of the fun we'll have now!! Memories 181 Thomas C. Brown HC Box 19-A Leek Kill, Pa 17836-9704 Sleeping a whole semester in a closet, the saliva oath, the power of prayer, ""Boycott Hell Dude!!!" Degarmo and Key concerts in Wildwood, Car evangelizing, being de- pressed with John, Late nights at Perkins, Bottomless glasses of ice tea, twister + Uno, square dancing with the "Older genera- tion". Mom and Dad prayer support and all their help as well and most importantly the way God has led me through my four years of college, especially this last year. God, you are awesome. Annette Marie Canalichio 1709 Spencer Drive Croydon, PA 19021 Thanx mom, dad, Frankie for all your love, support, and encouragement and money; Crutches cause I had to be the first girl on the soccer team — no you can't have 2 din- ners; Jenifer Albi, Pudding, Punk hair, 3am milkings, Andy, my bike, manure pit, who's the D2 girl, late nite walks, Lucy juice, Druckie: Shower in S. St clothes, wash at 1 am studying, trip to JW, S ST; Pittsman "Mr D" in POC, Don't forget to check the chicks; Dr. Streams + Annie Worthington?, DVC Sprite, Pride and the rest of the herd. Thanks Lisa for the lessons, Lori for breakfast and Mr. and Mrs. W. for putting up with me, and "Dad" for my "HERD". To my roommate, Nicole: Berk 208 will be empty. Stephen: You taught me love, support, hard work, com- fort, and how many pizza's I can eat in a week, I love you. LOVE NETTIE. Heather Lee Brown P.O Box 113 Carter Hill Rd Canterbury, NH 03224 Dairy Society, Alpha Phi Omega, A-day Committee. Dean's List, Who's Who Among University Students. Mom Bob, and Steve, Thank you for your love and support. It has meant the world to me. I love you all very much. Angie, there is no one who I will miss more than you, you have been such a great friend, I will never forget all the wonderful times we've shared. I love you. Erin — I'll see you next Tuesday! I'LL never forget our NBI adven- tures, I'll miss you. Good luck Stina and Chris. Keep in touch. Mark — I love you and I'm looking forward to the future with you. Jill Susanne Brubaker 5398 Point Pleasant Pike Doylestown, Pa 18901 "Sloshie", Ballbreaker" Business club, Cheerleading captain. Mom and Dad, thank you for your love and support. Love you both. Jackie, my favorite sis, luv ya LI nig! To my man Rob — your the best, I love you! Myrtle Beach, Colorado, The night the couch burnt, you're lost Pam! Aunt Jamima/ Mrs Butterworth, Finnys-1 way street-spuds + spongie! Shuckin corn, Colleen-at Deb shop again? Toast- ed almonds, NBI, Medieval Fest, Cheer- leaders in Lycoming — OwwwM Face- masks, Chuckie — Pink bug + Raymond! Colleen J. — Butter Wrestling! To my roomdogs, Sally, Wendy and Cather- ine — who made the year fun! Good luck whatever the future may hold! Anthony J. Calazzo RD #6 200 Card Road Sussex, NJ 07461 Activities: DVC Christian Fellowship, La Animal, Apiary Society, A-Day commi tee, and the small animal lab. Memories: Wrestling with the Boys, seemed like it was me against the dorn' Thanks guys! John M. and his advice, | worked! Jeff who took the time to be friend, thanks. Thanks to Tom for leadin; the way! To all who crossed my path an made a difference in my life. Good luc and GOD BLESS YOU ALL. Joseph R. Cascarelli 50 Fairbank Street Hillside, NJ 07205 Goldman Boys— Tad, Nick, Doug, Bria Pete, Sean, Mark, Paul, Chris, Al Bund Sup— SS, Ed, Marc, Dave, John, Jim, LeJ Art, Chris B, Doug C, 4 wheeling. A-Da Monster truck, Hall Parties, Nick started J Lacrosse Hits, Wolfson Fly farm, You-Losii You-Drink! Late nite boys. Slippers, Soc; dish, and Razor gone. Stop snoring, okay we're not late, Sean let's go hurj ing, Tax and Woodies Hikes, Wolfy's clas es. I'm killing you— That's cool. Boylov Repelling, Fire alarms in the snow. Sno ball riot. Door knob. Thanks mom and dc for all your Support & love. 182 Memories Audra Cinalli 703 Fairbridge Drive Fairless Hills, PA 19030 activities: Class officer, Student Activities ;ommitttee and Student Government dy love to Angelo, Cialo, Ben Kitty, and ■randy: You will always be with me in my Bart and mind wherever I go. Thank you or your friendship. Mom and Dad, thanks or always believing in me. I hope to nake you proud of me. To Laura, my avorite roommate, its been tough at imes but we made it together. Art, hanks for giving me special times at )VC. Till we meet again . . . John, thanks or putting up with me and giving me omething to smile about. I love you all, md wouldn't be here today without you. Kudra Diana Joy Costa 132 Meadow Lark Rd Stratford, NJ 08084 ■ Day October 30, 1968, Special Envir. >esign. The trolls w/ no truffles to feed hem, the X-Mas cone. Party lights, "I •eed them for the Butterflies!", Dr. Martin rid his asprin, the Van that Toed, Singing xound the X-Mass Tree; Loo, Loo, Loo, he Apt. and all the pillow wars and the jateway to hell!! The tiger on the pot, tomecoming '90 and the visiting police, he cranberry bog and the flying nut! The jngle upstairs, the all nighters, friends, ton't labor, on the score! Dave, John, Phil ou guys are the greatest, I love you all! L big sigh of relief, thanks mom and dad /e did it!! Brendon Barrett Cawood Planet Earth The Universe 00000 At last I've been able to get off this cam- pus. God knows where to next. 3 Admin . . . 10 moves, + 1 dorm fire later and still kicking. Special thanks to Barrett and Moyra, I love you. Cheers Ruby. Thanks to all the families that adopted me, espe- cially the Bittners. Pat, Brad, lets kick some butt. "The Boot". Good music and . ? Well better luck in the future, I hope. Road trips, VW's, Route 32, The PV's. Road rallies, Canoeing, summer 88, Farm #3, 89 and 90, Hey Lit. The Fella, Thanks PF, BB + NB, Sh, JM, JD, SB for helping me maintain my sanity and a steady supply of food. PS: Have you hugged your veterinarian today? Laura Cinalli 703 Fairbridge Drive Fairless Hills, Pa 19030 I would like to thank my Dad for making my education possible. To the best Mom anyone could hope for. You always sup- ported me and told me to never give up. Audra, I wish you luck in Veterinary School. I guess it is time we go our sepa- rate ways, it will be scary at first, but I know we can do it. Kurt, thank you for always being there for me, we can finally start our life together. Art, you are a good friend, Kitty, Angelo, Brandy, Ciaio and Ben, thank you for all of the lovely memories you have left in my heat. I love you all. Laura Corey W. Cluck 433 Montgomery Avenue Souderton, PA 18964 Revenging- Victory-over- Washington-Col- lege! Golf-MAC's. Van-Rides, Male bonding. Ecology labs, Pitt road trips. Lake Galena, Supra, Ext 2410 please. A-day parties, B- days at comedy works. Carp fishing in Lake Archer, Driving to NJ for beer, Tom's Hickeys, Plumstead Pootanger Parties, Billy Joel, Phil Collins, Amore coupons, Cheesesteak night at NBI, Hong Kong Jacks, Bagel Jakes, Thir- ty's, Great times at the "Work House", Liz: Will you come out and play?? Busted OXE Party, D.C.C-XMAS-tree, Peen. Lizard, Flow, Litha, Frank, Tom, Angus, Aggie, and Chucky: Thanks you for my greatest memo- ries. Mom and dad, Thank you for all the love and support. Angela S. Cronin 5148 Mebus Street Philadelphia, PA 19124 To my friends and family: Thank you for help- ing me through my four years of college. I would have never made it without you. Lisa, Kim and Amy: thanks for being there when I needed you, I'll never forget all the fun we had together. Mom and Dad: I really made it, but now I'm going to be out in the real world, What am I going to do? Thank you for all of the support!! I'll always remem- ber our hunt for pumpkins, SLEEPOVERS. The roommate game, Trips to the Spa, Junior year Halloween, Toilet papered room, and my first Homecoming. To my class- mates, Good luck out there, and have a little fun. Bye Jeannette, GOOD LUCK! Memories 183 John Defeo III 1331 Macopin Road West Milford, NJ 07480 To all my "FRIENDS" as Mr. Kane would have said :WE HAVE IT MADE!": Cooke Hall Fire DEC. 12, 1988, Sparky you have done it this time!!, Thanks to all, Dave's jumper cable surprise, YUK, Dougs, Stop playing with your mustache, Buddha's always getting into mischief, well that's Buddha. DVC food is soOO INCREDIBLE!! Cleaning up Dave's "HURL" 4am. Flowershow 88/91. #1 LNC. Here comes the "SMURF" truck!! Oh, no- the sunrise again!! Hi: DB, PS, JM, PM, JB, LS, SS, Dianer C. Thanks Mom and Dad for every- thing!! Well, back to reality BYE BYE. Kirsten M. Dresser Box 61235 1203 Montreal Drive Aberdeen, Maryland 21001 18th Bday w/ Todd and Kerry, J.D., moving in with Denise, Work Hall w/ all the guys on the "T" throwing frogs out the Ag. window, B-day at Rich's and Jack's, A-DAY parties w/ Ulman guys & Gary, drunk showers at 2:00 am., Grinch party . . . Thanks girls!! Showing a cow, saving the duck, swims in Lake Yuk!, skinny dips, BUD Beer!!, Being crayons 8c cowboys on Halloween, Oww the sun burn! Water fights, shaving cream up my nose, rebels 4-ever! Smoking what we shouldn't, X-mas tree, beach party, ZX house. Stupid Gov., Road trips to where- ever, PANIC TIME!! THANKS: Mom and Dad, Gary, Todd, G & G Shoe, Mel, Nes, ... Oh and RJLM GRB . . . thanks so much for being a friend. DS, KJ, SB and guys down stairs thanx for the best year ever!! 184 Memories Karen Cummiskey 6014 Walker Street Philadelphia, PA 19135 Thank you Mom and Dad and family for all your love and support over these past 4 years, and Ray, for being such a special person throughout my college life! "As a matter of fact". Sheri, Becca Rae, and jen — you guys are the best! Jill, Wendy, Sally— thank you for your friendship and making my last year the best! To Michael K— Whatever, Ted, just once, Little John— even though you were cuter as a freshman 8c the Law, My first plane ride partner!! Mrs Spratt and Jack for your pa- tience and everything you taught me 8c assistant manager Moye and Pee Wee! Lastly, to my good friend and buddy Ambo, You're a good egg— I'll always be your Barbie! Congratulations to the class of '91, Best of luck in everything you do. Thank you for the memories and for making my senior year, especially, the best!! Miss ya & GOOD LUCK— Love, Ka- ren (K.C, Bag Lady) C. Jennifer Delgatto 16 Oak wood Drive New Eqpt, NJ 08533 DVC Activities: Equestrian Team, Biology Club, Business Club, Tour Guide, Presiden- tial Diplomat. Special Memories: Plumsteadville!! Thanks to all my great roommates. Homecoming 1989/ What a night!! December 1, 1989 . . . A night to remember for all. Lingerie by the fireplace, Elvis, Rugy, Todd, Bob, and Wolfe, what a tree! Landscaping compli- ments of Jeff, Fake I.D's, Avalon!! Dayto- na!! NBI Berk 1 16 our registered party. Se- nior socials, And a million more great memories. Personal memories: Thank you mom and dad for your love and support. Todd . . . Thank you for making college so very special. Lisa A. Dietrich R.D. # 1 Box 882 Lenhartsville, PA 19534 Mom, Daddy, Joan 8c David: Thanks I much for the love & support. Frank, ty ing for extra thick, chocolate shakes shower talks? Dm: I DON'T CARE ANf- MORE, trek across PA in flood and Ms. PI Man. Liz: Barbaso battles, state pars, quotes, Limno, back rubs, and Cat S1 1 vens. Mel: Jim-Steve- Jim-Carl- Jim-Keii- Jim-Rapp-?? Roy's, 308, KISS, 8c Hauntd Houses. Tricia: Procrastination, Ulmas belt over Orion 8c A big variety of musp. Glenn: Hugs, Formals, NBI & just hangi^ out. Work 101, Dancin on the bar, dita- ing Chem lab for Bruce, Keg? what Kef? Chugalug's 8c much more. It all meanp lot. Love 8c Happiness to all of you Worlf hallics. Hey Watersprout: Thanks for jl support, laughs, and everything else. \ Christine L. Druck R.D. # 12 Box 539 York, PA 17406 Thanks Mom, Dad and Family for all ycjr love and support. Never would ha| made it without you. You are the b€Jr and I love you a lot. Dawn 8c Big Daddvl hope for the best to you both, Nico I keep on pushin you will graduate somr day. A.C. or is it A.W.? Thanks for yd tutoring in grammar, but "their's" hope. To my two big brothers D.W. a| R.S., want to go for a ride in my cc? Thanks judging team! I'm innocent on II charges of toilet explosions! Mr. G ca I borrow your patients now? I'll always | der a small. Thanks for everything, y,J taught me a lot. Thanks again Mom afl Dad, you are the best! Michelle Denise Fen ton 1639 Falls Road Clarks Summit, PA 18411 Wow 4 years have come and gone! Mom + Dad I love you; your support is so valuable to me. I wouldn't have made it w/o you to keep the homefire burning for me to return to. Robert, you'll never know how much your presence in my life means. Everyone else knew! Thanks Dave! Who killed LP? I hope the years to come are as great as the past one w/u. I love you so much dear. Kirsten, never for- get. My darling demon, Tink, I love you — You are the side of me that is wild + wooly and free as only a horse can be. We belong together. To Heart — Crazy on you! FMAC— don't stop thinking about tomorrow it'll soon be here! Sally Ann Gargula 717 Moore Street Huntingdon, PA 16652 dark, Thanks for being my best friend. I Dve you more than everything times in- jty. To my family, I love you all. Dudd + id, thanks for the W + D. Tracy, Troy Liz md Bob; thanks for being my friends and 4 that you have done for me. And my oomdogs — Wendy, Jill, and Catherine; 'ou made my year the best it could be. It vas great. I love you guys! Rae Ellen Gommel P.O Box 287 Bedminster, PA J1/24/64 )VC activities: Computer club, chorale. 'o my family and friends: It may have aken me 10 years to get a 4 year de- ee — But I did it!!!! I'm gonna miss all the lends I've made. Especially all the com- Rjter geeks! Mom and Dad — Thanks for 1 your love, support and faith. I couldn't ove done it all with out your help! Patricia A. Gimon 129 Rutherford BLVD Clifton, NJ 07014 Geemunddies!! Could you believe we are out of here? Lis, Mel, Nes, Kar, Dude, and everyone else — try to remember the good + bury the bad. Coole 106, Roy's, 3-cornered hats. Terrible squared. Kicked in the face, Splat! Singing in the shower and jammin in the room. Work 101, 230, 234. Elbows and rumpled with LD, Yea Bengi, We're airborne! Strip! Do they really make that stuff. Southern? Time Warp at Bowie. OH JUNK! Rommies for 4. Grant my wish, Mom, Dad, Mike, thanks for all you love and support! Why Chem? I donno. "I spent 4 years prostrate to the higher mind got my paper and I was free"! But anyway .... Nicholas J. Giorgianni Jr. 517 Freund Ave Gibbstown, NJ 08027 Woo Woo AKA Artie, Bayda, Walkup, Doug C, Paul, Joe, Sean S., BP, Tad, Maggot, Keannine, Lenny, Pat Cris, Chris, Sean, Pete. Matro's road trips. LAMDA NU BETA. OTR with Artie. Goldman hall parties, "It's Magic". Thanks Mom and Pop, for everything I love you guys. P.S. Just call me Doc for all the people who doubted me. Frank B. Gunson, IV 94 Armour Ave Trenton, N J 08619 Ag. is my bag. What a first impression! Thank God it was wrong, because we had fun anyways: Mud football, chesesteak night at NBI, any other night at NBI, SEV-RUN, video games (especially Super Breakout and Mario #), hallway soap and slides, the Home shopping Network, the tailgate zone and all of the nights we spent with Mona! Let's not forget Lisa's most famous quote: "Frank, your dorm is on FIRE!" All of the unanswer- able questions: Can a man and a women just be friends? and why do we have to drive to NJ to ge beer on Sundays? Last but not least, the endless games of phone tag— but I got you last —TAG YOU'RE IT!! Memories 185 Susan L. Hann RD. 1 Box 20 Hershey, PA 17033 Thanks Mom and Dad for everything— No more college bills! Gail— S.p, Don't forget spitballs while studying and NBI nights. Hey whiskey, Where's the Boones? Pitts, remem- ber the Am Fam. Party? Don't drink and drive! Kris, watch out for vermin in the lab. Will always remember Hot tub parties, long cold horse shows and the Cartier Cup at Nationals. Mike cubed, thanks for every- thing, you're great! Orbs, wait for me out- side, I love you. Dear Alex, . . . have fun in CO., Gail, I'll be her in PA with Kimba, Take care of Timber and we'll see you in Colora- do—skiing and bungee jumping! Heather Hernley RD #2 Box 2539 Lebanon, Pa 17042 Special Memories: Alumni House Rm #2 L.C., Always being there for me when needed someone to talk to, J.L Reed di-! rections on how to mix coffee!! B.B, Dirty looks I would get when Russ would bang on the door after we came back from work, J.L, Calling me at 2:00 am to tell how well you did in Madison, S.S Cook Hall fire Drills and March 1st. Mom and Dad: I love you, thanks for your support Car- melle, Wandsa and Shawn— Thanks for your love and help, Steve, thanks for all the memories, love, hope and future. No more 4:00 am milkings in that stupid milk parlor!!!! Victoria B. Herr 1461 Greenhill Road West Chester, PA 19380 Mom and Dad, thank you and I love you. I'd also like to thank my roomates. Crazy Vickie, Jen and Holly— I'll never forget you guys! Freshman year: My dream came true . . . Al Jenkins and I can't forget those cows— You're the greatest, Al! Also sleeping at the DVC standardbred barn, finding the Wasky's barn . . . free board . . . Ashley's arrival. Living at Miller — my own room. Mary- beth and thursday riding lessons. Goodbye DEL VAL, I'll miss you. Robert J. Hofstetter RD. 2 Box 456 Cooperburg, Pa 18036 Mud football. Work 101, SAC, Hey Rob your dorm is on fire! Dec. 12, 1988, Cooke Hall. Another stuffed animal Frank? Lets play some midnight B-Ball under the lights. Road trips to Millersville, Beer runs, SEV- RUNS at 2 am. Keg still not kicked?? Shawn Huzar 310 North Main Street Coopersburg, Pa 18036 Special thanks goes to my parents, they gave great support when things got tough and shelled out big bucks when I needed it most. If it wasn't for them I would'nt have even come close to grad- uating. Thanks to Chug-A-Lug the #1 sports team. Thanks to Coach Acker, you made me work harder than anyone. To Bridget, you made my last two years of school so much more enjoyable. Sheri Ann Hughes 91 6th Street Whitehall, PA 18052 6/3/69 DVC activities: SAC, Volleyball, Intramu- ral Hockey and Football, Business Club. Special memories: Plumsteadville Poo's parties — Dec. 1st will live in infamy; Homecoming blowout. Turfman, Jello wrestling. Lights out on Thanksgiving, Suzi,; wants $5 cats without ears, thats cool NB POLICE CHEIF, MAMAJAMA, NBI, DAYTO- NA, BEERS BURGERS, AND THE BLUE BABY,! My roomates who are by best friends—! We'll be together forever. Hen + Hue-j master— Who reigns India? Tailgating; Ura Clown! Personal: Thank you family for supporting me in everything, Mom and; Dad, I love you. You gave me everything and then some. Long live the Poo's!! 186 Memories Deitra Deneen Ivery 215 W. Sedgwick Street Philadelphia, Pa 19119 /1y memories at DVC: Volleyball, work tudy. working in the Dining Hall + Hall )arties. I would like to thank my mother + /ernelle, + my brothers Daryen + /aughn for their support and encourage- nent. I would like to give my love and hanks to Keith, for his love, support, pa- ience and understanding when I needed ■ the most. To my Aunts + cousins Thank •ou for caring. To alll the friends I have nade at DVC, I would like to wish them he best of luck in the years to come. Elizabeth M. Kelly 848 Concord Avenue Drexel Hill PA 19026 Marcus Richard Jensen 308 Elliger Ave. Fort Washington, PA 19034 The rollercoaster ride filled with many ups and downs has come to and end. I enjoyed many fun times with the Goldman boys and the "kids" from Blooming Glen. Co-President and founder of Supp master Zeke Inc. Have many memories of Wolfson, allnighters in the design room, DW's Bog Excursion, and the Dogs of War. Favorite phrases are Supp Zeke, Work it, Hey guy. Friends that's incred- ible, on that score, FTW's long pauses. If you don't like the suppmaster's, we didn't like you first. Thanks for getting me through col- lege Mom and Dad. Thanks to Tami for put- ting up with me! LATER DVC. Renee Ann Kazokas 726 Glen Eagle Drive Winter Springs, FL 32708 questrian Team, Alpha Phi Omega, Dra- -ia Club, Lab animal club, NAMA, chorale librarian), Equine club (secretary and C.C. rep.). Business minor. Thanks Mom ind Dad-I love you! Thanks for your sup- >ort throughout these 4 years. These 4 ears were the best. Especially my room- -late Amy, who is a very nice person. There is no such thing as a "self made" man. We are made up of thousands of others. Everyone who has ever done a kind deed for us, or spoken one word of encouragement to us, has entered into the make-up of our character and of our thoughts, as well as our success. George Matthew Adams . . . Donna: Friendship is one mind in two bodies. Mencius "yo plonker" Lisa: Peace is rarely denied to the peaceful. Vonschiller. Stealing Lisa's room, Frank's skateboard, Staying up all night for O. Chem with F, L, and D. I loved O. chem so much I took it again. Stickle back mating dance, pumpkins, What a cranky year, D.C. Colorado. Marc A. Krasner 10911 Waldemire Dr. Philadelphia, PA 19154 Hort Society 2, 3, 4; Intramural Volley ball 2, 3; Picking, pruning, and grading to the dead, the infamous work hours, Chunky Monkey, the Saliva Brother Oath with the Chickenman, Blinking Penguins Forever! Jai Alai inft Pierce, Beak Wars with Piers, Seminar 1990: The Medfly. Doc B, the Muses, Dr. Vincent, Dr. Nash: Thanks for the memories. Special thanks to friends and family and even Deadhead for mak- ing the last four years great, I miss you Bup, wherever you are! Tad E. Kuntz 6609 Oxford Rd. Gardness, PA 17324 Goldman Boys, Joe, Doug, Nick, Pete, Bayda, Paul, Doug's 2 ceiling episodes, Hershey, Hort stands by myself, Wolfson fly farm, the Rutgers sell-out, micks devil, monster truckin, IC Slipper, NBI, PA Turn- pike, A-Day, awesome showers, 7 am class, food service. The Mad Dog Bite, Bayda Dancer, Hot DVC women, the Band Jello wrestling, doorknob, FUBAR, you lose- you drink. Guiding Light, South Street, wall women. Tropical Hort, large rocks, monetary support from home, and LBNL. Jen Memories 187 Doug Tord Linde 4835 Limeport Pike Coopersburg, PA 18036 Golf, Basketball, DVC Food and Agriculture Ambassador, Agronomy club. Presidential Diplomat. Mini- golf at MAC'S, Orbs "Let me in. Brad is at it again", Our return golf trip/ party, B.O.B. Agronomy boys of '91: Kellet, Sherm Turch, Bullet, Ed, Collin, Zimmy. The Doc "B", anyone for a smooth elbow. Little Werky, Jake- the 6th man in the crowd, Capt'n Butts. Go back to New Jersey— or where ever the he — you're from. Pardon me for curvebusting. John Douglas Maniatty 3565 Lindberg Ave. Allentown, PA 18103 I would first like to thank God for the chance to go to college and make so many friends. I would like to thank my parents who put up with my complaining about classes and the cafateria food (like what the heck is in Dutchman's pie). Especially I want to thank my Fiance who has enriched my life so much and made it extremely hard to go back to school at the end of a weekend. Thanks to work Hall 1st for making me relax and play Basketball. Thanks Pat G. for making my college life exciting. Thanks to Art R. and Ken P. for the great cinema experience and great times at track. Colin R. and Mike C. are simply the best. 183 Memories Eric Kunz 20 Ryan Road Cranbury, NJ 08512 BP-ESKIMO and TAZ "I can't believe we're in WASHINGTON D.C. "FOIF Mom and Dad I did it in four. I love you. Thanks for being there. KM. D.S., L.H., L.G., J.A., M.M. J.M. and the rest or the crew, thanks for making senior year the best. TURF It's been a great year-Midnight missions and everything else. "Cut the rug." HEY BABUSKA! WE ARE BECAUSE YOU NEED US! Thomas S. Lewis 12 Wake Field Road Scarsdale New York 10583 Can we please get back to reality!! Free at last- free at last- free at last- Thank God Almighty, we are Free at last!! . . . and hey let's all be careful out there!! And now onto Graduate school! P.S. The memory of my father will guide me forev- er! FRIENDS!!! Kay E. Lobaugh 440 Lobaugh Rd. Aspers, PA 17304 DVC Activities: NAMA, FFA, ICC Birthday 8-18-68 Major: Agribusiness Special Memories: Kidnapped stuffed an! imals, the Grape Ape, the beak warmer Personal Message to Family and/o Friends: Thank you Mom and Dad. couldn't have done it without you Thanks to my family and Smily Marie, Al fred and Jolene- you are the best. Gail Louise Mirabella 524 PennyPack Circle Hatboro PA 19040 COLORADO HERE I COME! Thanks to F Alex Hase. Sue, it looks like we made r too bad we can't find jobs that'll let i work together?!?! To my pub pals. Thank for letting me sit with you, Jim Doug, an; Inge. P.H. you will never forget me, I ar your worst nightmare. Good bye, Good luck and Goodridden's to the other lai animals majors, I'll miss ya all. Come vis me guys, you know where I'll be!! Alej good luck in your senior year, I'll be ther ; to help you, as you did for me, I love yoi Mom and Dad thanks, you mean th world to me, but Alex and Timber are rfr world. P.S, come to Boulder and bunje jump. Brian Mensinger Road # 1 Green Lane PA Jeffrey D. Martin 30 Park A venue Convent Station NJ 17961 Brenda and all our good times, Hangin with Ray and Dan, Going out with the boys Parties with Maddog and Chopper, working all night on designs, staying up with BP for the he — of it, going out to eat, hot tub parties, Ursinus College, go- ing to Kell's, NBI, Denny, Ragamuffins, waking Petie up on late nights, Listening to Maddag stories, "Oh great my room is on fire, don't need grades what you need is a portfolio. Friends, Hey Maddog wake up we have class now, Hey BP I got a little natural adhesive for you" PM, JD, BP, SS, SH, (EW, MW, NC) LS, JB, AC, LM, JK and the rest on that score! ley we did it! At times it was a bear but ese' Pete's let's remember all those fun imes! I'd like to wish luck to all those O.H. eniors who will be in the world this year, nay your pockets be full of money and our landscapes be Native Friends! All of is design majors will never forget the late lights! Let's not forget Mr. Ray, Mr. Co- •hig, Mr. Blau, Dr. Martin and Mr. Kane, for nese guys have made DelVal known iroughout the trade! As for the Landsca- >e/Nursery club keep my treasury re- ord straight! The last thing I'd like to say thanks to all my friends and esp. to my lirlfriend Lisa, I couldn't have made it /ithout you. Jon Alexander McCracken Rd #4 Sylvan Dr. Pottstown, PA 19464 Let's see now . . . Homecoming '90 yowl PEEEEEETE! I didn't run the red light that bad, did I? Aquahogging! The Be-In with the band! Does Rob have to work again?? He's Omar the Sailor Man! Pro- test!- "The Politicians Blues!" Thanks Bart, Curtis and Monkey for letting me hang out in your room all the time. Also thanks to Zack, DL, the Tabor boys and girls, Nej, Christie, Meg, Jake, Jeb, Billy, Randy, Jr., Cheeks and all the other mutants for the good times. Keep in touch everyone. Robert Ashton McDonnell 11 Steeplechase Road Devon PA 19333 The moose stands upwards of 6 feet tall, weighs 1600 pounds and has a massive rack which shines above all others. Theta Chi Sig- ma Brothers have this rack. 5- ball. Mom, Dad #1. Love to all my brothers and friends. Del Val Lax. I love you Sue Snyder, Ashton Erin McGowan 530 Academy St. Peckville, PA 18452 hanks Mom Dad, Carla, Grandpa, B.B., arty, Joan. Love you so much. I love and niss you Gummers. LASC Summer '89: he 3 B's. Julie- Go get the hammer, leather- remember that night and the xithroom. Speech class & NBI: Home weet Home. Dr. Eaton: Volleyball "Ar- wld". Dr. Weber you stud. Thursday ning nightmares- Judy for all the talks. Thanks. Senior socials, bike rack. lys off. Ambulance ride next time a opter. To all my friends: Luv ya. I'll niss you all. DVC Thanks for the memo- ies. Out of here and not looking back. Douglas Thomas Miller 89 Valley View Rd. Watchung NJ 07060 Thanks Mom &. Dad for all your help and support, I Love you. Good luck to all my friends who have made my days and nights ones to remember. Andy stay out of the bars. Orban, don't be afraid of any more chainsaws, or you might hurt yourself. Thanks Gail for all your help and support. Mr. Ray how is your olive tree? Memories 189 Peter Milicia 1020 Central Ave. Highland Park, NJ 08904 Hey guys, we're finally out of here. I'm going to miss hanging out with you guys. Remem- ber all the good times we had sophomore year and junior year with Buddha and the gang. Jen and Linda, I'll miss you guys. Re- member to write or I'll come back to haunt you. Sparky thanks for the memories on Dec. 12, 1988. Maddog thanks for all the stories, you added a little laughter to the long days. Jeanette 8t Lisa watch those lemon drops, they may come back to haunt you. That road will go through, kiss that land goodbye on that score!!! Thanks for the good times JM, JD, DB, SM, DS, BP, MS, SS, SH, LS, JB, JK, LM, DL, AM, TH, MK, AC, KA. Betsy J. Myers 4159 Robin Hood Drive York PA 17404 Thanks Mom & Dad for all the help and sup- port you gave me through the past 4 years. Butch, without you I'd never have made it through the past 2 years, thanks. I love you! Freshman year- Wolfson Dorm Brad, Art Jim- Brad can! Pit party's- Red's Lighty, Chang- Deri, Chrissy, Dina Perfect Roomies. Deni, al- ways remember the great times together Bailing each other out of trouble. She's studying with Brad! Deni, meeting the gang from Wolfson. Am Family video project! the window entrance in Berk 121 Deni Watch out for new additions to the room at 2 am with Tim and Kevin. I still got out on time. Mike Orban 35 Church Lane Wayne, NJ 07870 To all the guys on the first floor of Work. We had the best parties in all of DVC! To my family, thank you for everything. To Sue, I love you and always loved to be with you. Chug-a-lug is no. 1! Keep up the tradition. We will always remember to hurt people in Hockey. Mona, Golf, Nin- tendos, and plenty of drinking. Remem- ber that exam week is for playing ball, not studying. To Geno and Schade, hope you guys graduate. To my roomies Rapp and Whiskey, good luck . . . Mike . . . Orbs. James Joseph Pitts, Jr. You Guys! I came, I stayed, I conquered! I'm so confused! Thanx Mom and Dad-luv yuz. Great X's w/ my DVC family. P-town, Skiing, that night- Marc's room- Tequila- I'm fine- carried 2 Dina's room- pictures! I don't know! Dina's complicated stories! Height of Femininity! Julie-where's that shirt? Kris-lab partners/what are we do- ing? Gail-the P word! Canalichio girl! Sue- what a party! The boat-breaking down! Mr. D! Missy U ecotone U! Frown-what's that? Tracy-bad influence! Meet ya in the Pub! Marilyn, Madonna, Michelle-luv yuz! Good luck 2 all my DVC friends. Outta here-life-diving-happiness. Donna M Miloszar 239 Bentley Avenue Mercerville, NJ 08619 I don't care anymore 8<. DP - CaCo &. Ci Pumpkins- Tippy 8<. TAHM- Shrooms- If he's got one he is one- Liser, Fern, Cork, Flo Lizard, Bert, etc- I love you! Mom, Dad)* Mike 8<. Ralph- thanks- Love you- Pene- J Turkey- Butt- Hackney- Rainbow chips-.' Crane game- Gu-LENN- Jello Again- Mj .", pacman- FLA '90- Let's go lets buggloos- 1 Liz= DM- Spoogee- Picnics- Suck bottles- : Amore coupons- Goldman cake fight-j., making ornaments- Lisa's empty room-' FIRE!- Pon my head- Haunted House- Rot; 22- BIM- FREAKIN- road trips- ecology- [ Igor- JR wake up- look at Donna- Come-| dy club- NBI- carport- transitional worn' an-Camaro!- Roys at 1 am- BIGONK grades aside, we sure learned a lot good luck- I'll miss you all. fl Jeannine E Pawelski 1713 Hatboro Ave. Hatboro, PA 19040 Thanks mostly to Mom & Dad for every- thing. A special thanks to Felix for putting up with me through all of this- I couldn'i have done it without you!!! Gail- It's finally over- we did it! Brian, Paul, Nick, Art, Liz Becca — wouldn't have been the same without you! 190 Memories Julie Rabin 101 Patricia Ave. Delran, NJ 08075 ?UCE- What more can I say?! I'll miss you gter. Kris: Thanks for tolerating me 4 ears- Where's our roommate award? ou make up your mind you choose the nance you take. Jimmy Joe: I'll always follow" you- Look Here! Annettebee: ■\e Net, Gimpy, Steph, Poola- Jubie. Is a ream a lie if it don't come true or is it xnething worse? A & P: Is this another lagination thing? Erin: I owe u a Slurpee! ge: EC the Thursday morning Night- lares! "Arnold": and me being the ma- no man that I am! DUDE! Window frisbee aseball catches 18 & % hrs. 4 BRUCE! andy: Shirt R U, BO, high freakin" hurdles, lien Nat'n. Thank you to my family, ater. * i Lori Ann Ross Box 337 B Martens Creek Rd. Nicholson, PA 18446 Edward Thomas Reiff 125 Main Street Trapp, Pa 19426 Well my life at Del-Val has come to a close. What a ride! Thanks Mom And Dad for fund- ing my four year expedition to DVC. A spe- cial thanks to Vickie for putting up with my bull I Enjoyed times with the Goldman Gang & commuter boys Co-president & founder of Suppmaster Zeke Inc. Memories include Wolfsohn, Cooke fire, overnight drawing room visits, bog diver, intramural hoops. Favorite collegiate phrases- Work it! 'supp, hey guy, on that score, friends in- credible, bourdon burps with FTW. If you don't like the suppmasters, we didn't like you first! Supp Del-Val. Arthur Albert Ruediger R.D. 7 Woodruff Rd. Box 134 Bridgeton, NJ. 08302 JOUD WOLFSOHN ALUMNI! "OH THE HOR- OR" I THINK I REMEMBER SOME THINGS: hunka Charts, beer fights, room 6 with larp, conviction sophomore year, Yo 3t, Mercy Street! OTR with Nicky, Hot jbs- the real kind! The 1990 Snap Sum- er- BB CR PD- Hey Bayda, we drink too uch! The Pit, Cross Country with Doc, ack with Coach, Pat and Art's sexual •rum. Ken McDaid and Jane, Ken P., Dw'd you survive? Woo-woo night- Len, 'hat's in this? The smoke in my room, jllo wrestling with Hairball, all nighters, eeting Audra and Laura C. -Thanks AU- ?A! Donovan, YEAAA! Natty Bo- THE \ND OF PLEASANT LIVING 7-11 John and olin Cancer, Dawn and everyone else. Thanks for being home strays and keep- ing them. TS, HS, KD & KD. MF, BD, CM, KP, FJ, CH. Remember wasted Rock Rangers, singing Grinch, B-days, win, lose, or — ? Cape Cod, RA's TS, KS and the Bash. HS, my headbanging twin. All my U. of S. buds-The Party Zone! Homecoming, A- day, playing pool. Hall roller derby, con- certs, back stage passes, High BMR's, Lost Doors. New friends TS, Sue, TG, MB, NS, HS, & CM. Special love to Mom, Dad, Tammy, Paul, Ryan, And Chelsea, Shu, MC, Bud. J., Cric, Snoo, Shep, also thanks to my foreign friends Jilly, and Maudi, watch out for Clay Ave. and Taylor Z., and take care of the guys downstairs. Lori Theresa J. Schneider 15 River Road Flanders, NJ. 07836 Malika Ayisha Savoy 2614 West Somerset Street Philadelphia, PA 19132 My Memories: Classes: Biology and Food Chemistry, the friends I made and lost. My grades, Workstudy, growing up, learning and achieving, Minority Leaders Coalition and nights in Berkowitz. Special thanks to my family: Mom, you have been the best role model! Dad, I am be- cause you are! Herb, your love and support has given me strengh and I will always re- member what you taught me about love, respect, caring, and sharing. Hakim, Nef, Ja- hari, Fikisha, Nene, Kesho, and my new Fam- ily, The Felders, Thanks for your support and I love you All!! Thanks to M & D, friends for the good times! Esp. Window frisbee (JR), Wash. DC. (CM), whale watching, EM and hangovers-falling off furniture, road trips, Lake Galena, Headbangers Ball (LR & HS), TV drool sessions, Optic problems w/ LR, homecoming 87, & 90, dinner entertain- ment, mud sliding (LR & KD), West Palm (HS), parties to remember-Caribbean Night, the Grinch, win, lose or drink (bro- ken windows), BBQ's and pool parties, toxic cherry cokes and top bananas; grain and peanut butter fights, powered sugar pranks, cards and pool, NBI, Poco's, Thurs. nights, Denny runs, hayrides (?), etc . . Bye Guys- We are outta here!!!!! Terri. Memories 191 Sean Schwartz LNC, Student Government, A-day, Inter- murals. This one was for you DAD. Hey Joe let's go hunting!! Best wishes to the Gold- man and Cooke Boys. Jill we made it this far so stay strong, The rough road is still ahead. Remember our talks and I'm with you no matter what, this will be the final step. Love, Sean Travis Edward Sherman 158 Locust Lane Abbottstown, PA 17301 Activities: Football (4 years), Agronomy Club (4 years). Block and Bridle (4 years). Away football games, parties and drinking with Tom and Ron, fourman room, floor hockey team. Thanks Mom and Dad for all of your support. Saying goodbye to all of my friends but hey, we will meet again. Thanks for all the memories. Well, it looks like I'm heading home to farm and hopefully get that job with the soil office. This is what I always wanted to do and this place has made it possible. So long to my best friends and good luck. Hey Eby, Earnhardt, and Chevy did it again!!! Steven Allen Shetterly RD 1 Box 188 Millersburg, PA 17061 Elson Hall Nerds, Lenard, Cheezy, Stan- dard Steve, Little Red Wagon for Feeds Class, Dairy Society trip to Canada, A- day (Exhaustion sets in!) Christian Fellow- ship Bible Studies and get togethers. 1989 Dairy Judging team (What an education, right girls??!!) Jacob A. Singer 125 Walnut Street Jenkintown, PA 19046 I'ts been a long time comeing but I finally graduated. Thanks to all who helped me, especially PAM. Congratulations!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Lora Jane Smith 29 Kenmar Road Budd Lake, NJ 07828 Special memories: Hot tub parties, Die hard soccer fans, Work Hall parties, Bio— Nerds, Blue eyes, X-Mass dances 88 and 89, Spring break 90, Slurpee Noises, Goldman cake fight, coed showers. Picnics at Corey's, Cooking out Glenn's window, Superbowl parties, 21st Birthday parties, and Dex. Personal message: Thanks Mom, Dad and Amy, for your love and support. Without it I could never have accomplished all that I have. To my friends — good luck to you all in the future. It's an uphill climb but we can do it! I love you all! Thomas M. Smith R.D. 1 Box 156 Washington, NJ 07882 Personal message: Thanks Mom, Dad and Gwenn for all the love and sup- port you have given me. Luke, Jeb, Barr, thanks for making my senior year a great one. Luke, it has been a great 4 years roomming together. I couldn't have had a better room- mate or friend. Special memories: Never forget the A-Day and Homecoming weekends. Hey, Let's go to NBI for Happy hour. How many chips do you have? Re- member the great times we had at Daytona '89 and Bahamas /91 to come. Colleen, let's go pumpkin stealing? Ha! I will never forget all the great memories I had here at DVC. 192 Memories Kathleen L. Stasney 419 S. Cedar Lane Upper Darby, PA 19082 Equestrian Team, Chorale, Equine Club anq Ram Pages. Playing musical rooms in Berk, late night talks, what our neighbors thought?? 4 years of Halloween qances, the pool games, trips to the mall, the suprise parties for Deb anq Renee, and the one for me. To Mom and Dad — Thanks, I couldn't have done it without you. Gwen, thanks for your support. To all my friends at DVC, thanks for putting up with me. Pete and Amy — You're next. I couldn't have survived without all of you — especially you Deb — thanks for being a great roomate. Thanks to my friends and professors for their friendship and support! Phillip M. Stark 27 Greenwich Drive Shavertown, PA 18708 Mom and Dad, Thank you! Get ready Becky and Jennifer. Supp Zeke and Zeke. Get a grip Milt. Thanks for our great senior year at the apartment Dave and John. Diane, Linda, Lisa, Jen you really made it fun. Hey guy. On that score!! (21) Thanks Mr. Ray. Friends, Lets design a hummock. In's & out's Incredible!! Boy Low F. Work It Rodney! Pi Alpha Xi?? Looking forward to being 21!! Let's remain PRIVATE DEL VAL and get out act together! Remembering all of my friends. A lifted Ford Explorer. Still in search of the perfect woman. It was great!!!! Lester J. Struble 376 Macopin Road West Milford, NJ 07480 THETA CHI SIGMA FOUNDING FATHER. THE HOUSE AND P.G. WHERE BOYS BECOME MEN. THANKS TO ALL MY BROTHERS FOR 4 YEARS OF "ABSOLUT" . . . OXE .... THANKS TO MY FAMILY FOR EVERYTHING NOW IT'S TIME TO START THE PAY BACKS. ONE FINAL THOUGHT .... SOONER OR LATER THE MAN WHO WINS IS THE ONE WHO THINKS HE CAN FATHER "L" ALPHA 88. Christine A Trunk waiter 35 Windy Knoll Drive Richboro, PA 18954 Mom — It's finally over, no more acid churn- ing in your stomach (how much $$ do IOU??) I can't thank u enuf! Charlie— Thanx 4 sharing the seedless rye bread. Chuck— Thanx 4 the help in math. Dan— Revenge, I'm graduating again! Steve — Ur the best brother a sister could ever hope 4. I love you! Mac — Wake up! Smooth, ABM, Fool, rude, Thurs nite, NBI, Halloween 89, Rm #1 14. Library chats, the name game, the surgery masks, ZMBGM, 7-11, Zeta, I'm outa here! Bob and Heidi, sounds like a harmonica . . . drink!! Mark— So many good times, so many more to come — and the wonder of it all, is that you just don't realize . . . how much I love you. Joseph Turchi 444 Penn Road Norristown, Pa 19401 What a long strange trip its been but the time has come to say goodbye. Thanks Mom 8t Pop, and Renee. To my brothers: Bushwackers / Brew Cru & the ladies auxiliary. I love you all. It's been real— drinking, fighting, getting married. Turchi Lawn Care = = $$$$$$. Take it to the limit one more time. Rodney Douglass Walkup 1442 Chestnut Ct. West Chester, Pa 19830 To the Wolfsohn Alumni, the Goldman Boys, LB and OXE MEN. Plumstead Girls, and DVC partying girls: Thanks for 4 years of parties, I had a blast. A special thanx to mom and dad for their financial and mental support. Quotes: from the "Cran- berry Bog Diver"— 'Tuber Man": Be good and stay gold; I'm going to take the blue streak mobile and jump over the horse bar, In reverse while drinking a 16 oz can of beer. Kids! Don't try this at home I'm a professional. "Listen" — I'm out of here!! I've got a date with life. "Late!!" S.A.L Don't ever forget. Memories 193 A Final Toast To Delaware Valley College's Class Of 1991 Peter N. Williams 1638 Ludwell Drive Maple Glen, PA 19002 SH; DW; NG; BB; JC; TK; PD; CB; DC; AR; MM; MJ; ER — I never knew 4 years of hell could be such fun. Thanks to my family who were there 4 me when I needed them. Remem- ber the cops and beer. Sean: Window jumps — Fishtanks — Fire alarms, Mad Dog and beer, Roadtrips, Free pizza. JC, Slippers, Scmitty, Tad and Monte Jeeps, Bron- co's and the Monster Ford in deep!! Pump- kins and shotguns — beer. My roommate Sean, How he put up with me? Lacrosse hits, All nighters. Girls?? A-DAY, parties. Beta and dancing, Nick and his family, Doug in NH, Guys night out — always!! Snowball riots led by cool! Dinner at Levins. Stay in touch over the years, Good luck in life— Only the best 4 the best. I'll miss YOU ALL and the times we had. BYE!! 194 Memories Timothy G Woytas 63 Branford Road Whippany, NJ 07981 To Theta Chi Sigma— Keep the Fraternity going. Remember Alphas will always rule!! To Mom and Dad — Thanks for the 4 years of partying, it was worth it! To the Townes Lauran, Sue, and especially Alex, Thanks for making my life a little more interesting and fun for the last year and a half, never forget you guys, Love Yal! To my friends, Fred, Bob and my Little Brother Ash — Thanks for the best 4 years of my life, keep in touch. To Dave — Don't ever forget not to cross the cheese line! It's not worth it!! David Lee Young 273 Trevams Road Livermore, CA 94550 The summers Sally and I spent alone in Segal Hall; Bubba Shnoo and Annie too, Ched, the family wagon and the kids — don't put taffy in your sister's hair; NACA- Rob, Frank, Matt and Nick, the Hot dog man, A-Day 1990 with Kathy and Sue, Hey Dick, I found your wallet, Mary take care of my copier, my computer and my laser printer. Ice Ice Baby. Lisa G., I'll re- member you. Thanks Mom and Dad youi support and love got me thru. Far left: Dan Law dressed for reality. Left: Vicki Herr wonders if there are naps in the real world. Below: Joe Cascarelli and Tad Kuntz enjoying a picnic dinner at the start of very short year. Bottom: Mark Jensen offers his classmates a toast of Mountain Dew. Don't ever say good-by Don't ever give into the sadness and the loneliness of that word. Instead remember the joy and the happiness of those times when you first said hello to a friend. Memories 195 Ninth Annual Delaware Valley College «TK ANHUAL CAREER DAY ATTENDEE LIST Acme Markets Agway inc. Allegro Microsystems, Inc. American Breeders Service Argus Research laboratories. Inc. Asgrow Seed Company Atlantic Breeders Cooperative Barefoot Qrass Lawn Service Bio/dynamics Inc. The Brickman Qroup Bucks County Bank Cargitl Inc. -Mutrena reed Div. Carroll's Foods of Vlrglna, Inc. Chapel Valley Landscape Company CMS, Inc. Commonwealth of PA Doylestown Hospital Dupllfax ELITE Landscaping Envir-Qro Technologies Esterly-Root, Inc. Farm Credit Bank of Springfield Fisher Brother, Inc. dale nurseries Inc. Qarden Qate Landscaping, Inc. Qreen Baron Qarden Supply Qreenway Services, Inc. Hazelton Research Products, Inc. Heyser Landscaping, Inc. The Intelligencer/Record Internal Revenue Service Jamesway Corporation KMart Keystone Farm Credit, ACA Lacto Milk Products Corp. Landmark Genetics Lebanon Agrtcorp Liberty Gardens Lanscape/Mursery Liplnskl Landscape Medical College of Pennsylvania Merck Sharp & Dohme Moon/Richert nurseries northeast Agri Employment Service Penn Color, Inc. Penn State Cooperative Extension PA Dept. of Enivoronmental Resources Perdue Farms Inc. The Pillsbury Company Pizza Hut Inc. Precision Radio Shack Rohm and Haas Company Rolling Hill Hospital Rotelle, Inc. Scott Specialty Oases Shearon Environmental Design Sire Power Inc. SmilhKline Beecham Pharmaceuticals Southern States Cooperatives Inc. SpectaQuard, Inc. Tasty Baking Company, Inc. Tru Green Inc. Thomas Jefferson University TSG International, Inc. United Parcel Service Universal Investment Co. United States Army USDA, APHIS, VS USDA/Farmers Home Administration United States Peace Corps U.S. Department of Agriculture U.S. Food & Drug Administration USDA Fanners Home Administration USDA, AMS, LS, STDZ USDA Soil Conversation Service U.S Department of Labor Vlgortone Ag Products Waterloo Gardens The Wistar Institute Youngs, Inc. Young In Business waWa Inc. Career Day Above Left: Tamika and Terry Ward discuss careei plans with a recruiter. Above: Jodi Lex and Vick Herr are dressed for the working world. 196 Career Day February 20, 1991 marked Delaware Valley College's 9th Annual Career Day. Held in the All Purpose Room from 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Career Day hosted representatives from over 80 companies. In addition to being a critically important day for our seniors, Career Day also provides underclassmen with an opportunity to explore summer positions and internships offered by the companies in attendance. We find that our students are much better prepared to get the most out of Career Day as seniors if they have had experience with Career Days as underclassmen. On behalf of the Office of Career Planning and Placement I would like to thank the many individuals who assisted with Career Day and commend all of our students for a job well done. We have received many letters praising both the students and Delaware Valley College. Thanks so much for your help and support. We look forward to many more successful Career Days! Sally J. Gordon. M.A.. Ed. Director Career Planning and Placement Top: With resumes in hand. Donna Miloszar and Corey Cluck prepare to sit down with employers and talk business. Middle: Betsy Arrison and Su- san Pachuta greeting students with words of en- couragement. Left: Sue Hann and Kyle Walters at Career Day 1991. "... participation in this event in the past three years has resulted in the hiring of five (5) full time staff as well as employing 12 people in our summer employment and summer student internship programs ..." Dr. David L. Kantner, Delaware Valley College Class of 1960 Penn State Extension Penn State University Career Day 197 Right: Is Liz Kelly going to look into the Marines or is she going to take a free pen? Below: Frank B. Qunson IV interviews with a representative from Rohm Se Haas. S Resume S Attire Confidence M Pride Above: Director of Career Planning and Placement, Ms. Sally Gordon discusses the success of Career Day. Right: A representative from Lebanon Aricorp tells Donna Miloszar about the company. 198 Career Day Career Day "A special thank you to Ms. Sally Gordon for her help and support!" Class of '91 Career Day 199 Del Val Students Conquer Freeport, Bahamas Above: Senior Rob Hofstetter leads the group in , the Bahama Congo Line. Top: Mike Orban looks for his suntan lotion. Above: Is this the motel where Mike Rapp stayed? Right: Thumbs up in the Bahamas! 200 Senior Trip Senior Trip 201 The Senior Class Heads To The Tropics Top: Senior Class president and organizer of this great trip, David Bortz. Above: Sean Schwartz and Mike Ward show the crowd how it is done. Right: Hey Mow, I know that guy, it's Doug Linde, what's he doing here? 202 Senior Trip Left: The Band! Below: Mike Rapp, Frank Qunson, Rob Hofstetter, Mike Orban, Tracy Cooper, Sue Hann, and Lisa Dietrich make their way down the street of the blooming metropolis of Freeport. Senior Trip 203 m ' * Laura Smith Nicholl, '79, Commence- ment speaker, had the members of the class literally and figuratively on their chairs encouraging them to "seize the day", plunge into the arena of life and make a difference in society. Ms. Nicholl, Secretary of Commerce for the state of Kansas, is the first wom- en to direct trade, tourism and econom- ic development program for that state. 234 Del Val students were awarded di- plomas at the 92nd Annual Commence- ment on Saturday, May 18, 1991. af $€f\ Top: Proud to be alumni of DVC. Above: Members of the class were asked to get on their chairs and repeat a short portion of Ms. Micholl's speech. Mid- dle Right: Keynote speaker, Laura Smith Nicholl, Secretary of Commerce State of Kansas. Right: Is Dr. Berthold surprised that Donna Miloszar is dressed in a cap and gown? Far Right: Kay Lo- baugh receives her Baccalaureate degree in Agri- business from President George West. 204 Graduation ninety- Second Annual Commencement Delaware Valley College Top Right: Hey Now! We are outta here! Above: Thomas Kellett receives his baccalaureate degree in Agronomy and Environmental Science from President Qeorge West. Left: President of the class, David Bortz, leads the Class of 1991 into Com- mencement. Graduation 205 When You And Your Friends Must Part Reach Deep Within You And Bring Back The First Hello. Far right: Jun Iwata proud to be one of the flag bearers in the 92nd commencement of Delaware Valley College. Right: Doug Linde looks for his family as he marches towards the front. Below: Dietra Ivery, a graduate in Food-Science, has lost her cap. Above: R. Bruce Merrifield, John D. Rockefeller Jr. Professor, The Rockefeller University, Lobel Laure- ate, Chemistry, 1984 gives a few brief remarks to the class. Right: Dawn Reckner and Christine Druck pose for a picture before the start of Commencement. 206 Graduation Far left: Phil Stark shows his enthusiasm on the day of his college graduation. Left: Jeff Martin and Sean Schwartz make it back from the Bahamas just in time for graduation. Below: The boys from Qoldman 2nd, their last day of college. Qraduation 207 iigns of a new beginning Signs of a life worth living The better to forget than to be all that up-set It's the time to taste the wine 208 Good Luck!