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1993 Cornucopia 

Delaware Valley College Doylestown, PA 

'The Gateway To Success . . , 




Editor-in-Chief: Pamela R. Blodgett 



Staff: Tara Grady, Jennifer Seidel, Erica Shick, Shawn Reid. Sue Weaver, Michael Ward, Maryann Henry, 
Kevin Viersma. 

The Cornucopia is published by Jostens Printing & Publishing Box 396, State College. PA 16801. Photogra- 
pher: Merin Studios INC., Grant & Ashton Roads, 3981 Grant Avenue, Philadelphia, PA I9II4 

A special thanks to Randall S. Blodgett for all of his photography work and advice, and also numerous 
trips to Merin Studios. Thanks, our hat is off to you! 



Advisor: Mr Justin T. Lawhead 



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Introduction 

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Seniors 

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Faculty 

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Student Life 

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Special Events 

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Organizations 

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Sports 



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Closing 



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Cartoon Mania 92' 



Homecomtng 93 started out at the PECO plant 
in Doylesiown- The cartoon characters lead the 
way- Baka nice wheels. . What a cheerful crowd 
at 800 AM. Mickey and Minnie minus their 
face. 




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- Omega CHi sisters gather to support the homecoming festivities. Right- Pam Blodgett revs ^ 
igine. Below Center- Beth & her escort Whiskey (hint: she Is not holding him.) 




Campus Coordinators Ermma Martin $ 



Below- President West chauffeuring?. "Side Job" Far Right- Charlie Brown joins Del Val 
in the parade. Right- Who's Clowning Around? 




har Left- Michelle Infante 6 escort Tim Mears. Left Beth Slack 6 Michael Sowers 
enjoying the nice weather. Above- Mike Nunzio Ward and his escort Andrea Kline are 
soaking up the sun in Bill Riedell's Jeep. 



Parade * , , 




Juniata Shellon ^ escort Julius Mack are being carted around by Kent Weaver. Below- Rho Epsilon 
Kappa or PEK posse, following their boy NUNZIO. 




Above The coaches try desperately I 



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Led Steve fe Wendy Orr pose for a pcclure. Below- Food & Beer does a Body GoodNI 




Ight- Zela Chi destroys a rival car. in an attempt to rileup the fans. Above Aggie 
liyers waiting for their chance to show what they are made of. 




led Melissa Manno S her escort Mike Lager. Above Center- Chrissy Sipe 6 her escort. Above 
Right Sam OIney % Richard Woodring take time out (or the camera. 



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w- Steph Gargula & Demitri Kangas step out as a runner up. Right Cindy Melezva & 
irl acknowledge the roar of the crowd. 




Above left- The queen Jen Seidel and her court. Far left- the Oueen Jen Seidcl is 
awarded her sash by Barbara Pommel. Left- It's official she's crownedl 



. . . Family Day 1992 . . ♦ . , 




Upper Left- Cindy Blakiston welcomes all the Del Val Mom's & Dad's Right- Jim Craft, and his new found 
roommalel Lower left Dr. Montileone gives Richard Woodring's parents words of wisdom. Randy and Mike 
enjoy the weather with their families. 



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Upper Left- Nunzio. Bill, & Fricky Manny. Moe fe Jack. Upper Middle Dr. V.iller 
ponders why he is here so early? Upper Right Mr. Paul Christ, what would you Irke 
for me to do for you Middle- Mrs. Sandra Blodgelt & Cynthia Blodgett enjoy the 
festivities. Mr. Ed Larence, Let me tell you about my Literature class. Lower Left 
Mr. Ray. speaks to parents. 



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Christmas - Semi 
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'Sth Annual 

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Right-A glimpse of the gorgeous set-up of the 1993 X mas Semi formal Below Lords of the 
underground discuss business. 




Left Mike hlughes. Cindy Blakiston. & Shawn Reid taking a rest. 
Above- Pres. West. % Mrs. Montileone are down with OPP. 



Left- The slick posse. Below Brian Cliffy" Worth w date Vicky Kraveis. smile for Santa as they sit 
on his sleigh. 




lOve right- Pam. Annemarie. Dawn. "The 3 Musketeers" Right Gumba pouring himself another 
er. "How many is this?" Above- Pres. of Student Govt. Rob Hughes fe Maureen. 



Left- Shawn Reid. Dave Mulllns. Scott DAmico get ready to take on the crowd at the bar. Be 
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Middle- Mr. S Mrs. 5. pose with Jen i Kevin for a chat. Tabby say cheesel Above- Santas helpers 
pose for a picture. Right- Brenda Faith afraid of the consequences of Steven Wagner. 




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It'W- Student Government Reps taking a break from hard work Tab Haubold & 
tient Brian Rutledge. 




Above left- Mike 6 Pammy enjoying the success to the senior Format, led Alter drinking all that 
booze, it's gotta go somewhere. Above- Skeeter 6 Dave are ready to partyll 



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George Glares and date pose pretty Left Jen & Kevin acting like a couple should Above Diarl 
Marci 6 Becky, take time out. Bottom Amy 6 Rocky, now how much alcohol have your livei 
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Left- Evelyn t Nunzi smile. Above Ron % Pam. Ron £ Pam. Ron £ Pam 



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Robert Adamski— Biology 

546 McCarty Drive 
Furlong, PA 18925 




Michael Ambolino — Business 
Administration 
511 Lesher Lane 
Hatboro. PA 19040 




Robert Anderson — Diary 

RD #5 

Titusville. PA 16354 

Remember: 

Freshman year with Don, Ron. and Jayme 
and my first ADay. Sophomore year with 
meeting Irene and Dons ^Isl Birthday party 
and roommg with Ron and Don. Junior year 
with Fat Dickie and sleeping Roy and with 
Jayme and Margaret. Of course we could 
never forget moving Ched. Now the Senior 
year is here with Elmer. Jim and Skippy. Fm 
still With IRene and hope to be lor life. I 
can't forget Amin and all my other friends. 
Good Luck to allll 




Rodney D. Anderson — 
Ornamental Horticulture 

RD #3 Box 166 Middle Road 
Riverhead, New York II90I 

FOIFI Long live the Black SheepI The Last 
BAbushka is gone. may. we rest in peace. 
Where's the gummy bear? Heyl What's that 
smell??! MGD Know hwat? Chicken ButtI 
SEPA! Scooter I'll leave you the possibility 
of learning something as long as it doesn't 
involve math, science, composition or 
memorization. Woody your a stump Mike- 
my ball (rt) I found some ya hick weed-U 
get freedom from us Aknanda blessing 
(from ALAH) to survive thanx 1 the rest 
(everyone) I still love the girls JRJP. 







Pamela F. Ball — Business 
Administration 
59 Cedar Drive 
Richboro. PA 18954 

1 love you MOM i DAD. Thanks for every 
thing Good times with Bill. Sherry. Anne 
marie. Pam & Nancy. 1 will miss you guys. 
Dawn, you're the best Brian, thanks to 
DVC we met and 1 will always LOVE youl 
Future plans include President of a ma|or 
comapany and then marriage. Good Luck to 
everyone and 1 will miss youl 




Sherry L. Bean — Business 
Administration 

175 Slelghride Road 
Willow Grove, PA 19090 



AMF NN PB DP PB you're all grSt friends 
and I wish you all much success. AMF 90 6 
91 monique. ricky. bagel, kamakazi by lOOO. 
hmbo. X mas carolsl NN: Elvis i Pat. spring 
break 90. inlermission. *this isn't going to 
any think " •SECURITY Rumpalum And of 
course my best friend ANDYI Thanks lor 
making me so happyl I LUV U 4ever & al- 
ways remember 9 XV9il Thanks MOM i 
DAD 4 everythingi Sherry 




Jeffrey Beltrante — 
Administration 
209 Sussex Blvd. 
Bromall. PA 

Thanks MOM and Dad 




Christine Beschler — Ornamental 
Horticulture 

X)7 Cadwalader Drive 
Trenton, NJ 08618 




Darren Belhke— Business 
Administration 

IQ9 Rising Sun Avenue 
Parkland, PA 19047 




Cathy Biancardi — Biology 
22\ Hadleigh Drive 
Cherry Hill, NJ 08003 

DVC Activities: Resident Assistant, Peer 
Counselor. Chorale. Newman Club. Special 
Memories: Summer of 93'". A-Day week- 
ends. Christmas Formals. Road trips in the 
GEO. Denny's runs, the Karoke gang, the 
Bio-nerds. study sessions at Sam's high 
fives and dancing the night away. To Mom. 
Dad, Tommy fe SHorty- Thanks for every- 
Ihingll You are the best I To my best buddies 
SO, If. SL, 6 CM. We did it gangi Thanks for 
the terrific times & memories. I'll miss youll 
I got my diploma worldl WAtch outi Here I 
comelll 




Pamela Rebecca Blodgett — 
Business Administration 
2509 New Market Square North 
Bensaletn. PA 19020 

Road trips, 7-11, NBI, Doylestown Inn, $83.50, 
Top Gun, HX) tower, Kat, A-DAY, Home- 
coming § Devil Eyes, X mas Formal '93, 
Mudsliding, Sr. Socials, Jamaica 93', Jill how 
bout some Maui? Jen- Ramba, Mo Bayin 
NOV , AM, thanks for everything. How 
bout'a CINNABON7 Blondie, Troy Toy, 
THREE MUSKETEERSII Bean, let's lalkll Scott 
& Rich, THanks for your help t supporti 
PETER the library + motivation + Conti's 
= SUCCESS and a G 8 FRIENDSHIP! G 8 
Frlends-SB, NN, PB, AF, DP, JR Work Hall 
Ronnie, Whiskey, Skeeter, Muff, Cliffy, Bill 
(7 bars inonenitel). NUNZIO, THANXII (TO 
THE LITTLE PEOPLE, MOM, DAD, RANDY, 
CINDY, ANGEL, I LOVE YOU ALL. 




Douglas C. Bocsch - 

X)4 Wiltshire Drive 
Chalfont. PA 18914 



CISM 



Special Thanks to Family and Friends for 
your support, encouragement, assistance 
and patiencel YOur efforts are very much 
appreciated. I had a really good time here 
at DVC and have met many great people 
and I wish everyone luck in their future. 1 
hope to see you all againl SEE YAH 




Don Borisoff Business 
Administration 
267 Birch DRive 
Lafayette Hill. PA 19444 

There are only two people responsible for 
my graduation. MOM and DAd. Thank you 
for all the helpll I LOVE you very muchll! 
Lori you helped also I LOVE youll Soft 23 54 
I3I35ISI435 63I3II 351531 OhI yeah Nick you 
helped to I like youlll 




Joseph Boyarski 
Administration 
213 East 23rd STreet 
Hazelton. PA 18201 



Business 




Suzette Brought — Animal Science 
580 Oak AVenue 
Warrington, PA 18976 

Michelle % Jodi Thanks for the room be 
tween classes I all the great times we ahd 
my favorite Bud Brad thanks for always 
listening see ya Oct. 9 Don't forget to yell. 
I dol Irene thanks for being there Freshamn 
year I don't know if I would have survived. 




Brenda Ann Brown — CISM 
462 Linden Avenue 
Doylestown, PA 18901 

Thanks Mom and Dad for all your support A 
special thank you to the faculty and Com- 
puter Center for your help. 




Gregory L. Bruner — Ornamental 
Horticulture 

18940 Lindenhouse Road 
Gaithersburg. MD 20879-1818 

To OPC and Ihe Old Gang: Thanks (or the 
memonesl To the OH PepI thank you. (or 
everything To Christie 143 Foreverl 







Marci Ann Carroll — English 

\02 Columbia Common 
Somervllle. NJ 08876 

Thanks MOM 4 giving me all the cond 
dence 3B who 1 am today. Thanks PAD 4 
the LOVE £ SUPPORT this one is 4U! Thanks 
to the rest o( my family 4 always being 
proud o( mel Randy you have been my in- 
spiration & much more never 4get it"s U & 
me against the world! RWLYI LT SR RT BB 
MR MS Thanks guys 4 all of those fun 
limesi Well always B friends. Penise UR the 
best! What would 1 do w/out U Rd Trips. 
Pocos. OH my GOPI Give me another do! 
larl Watch out Barbra Walters its my turni 




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Tad J. Dalgewicz — Ornamental 
Horticulture 

75 Dunkard Church Road 
Stockton. NJ 08559 

To all the GOLPMAN guys, thanks for the 
past two years George trust me. WHal if? 
Tim nothing Burs like a JP MGP and cup of 
noodles Pave all nighters and KILLtR. 
Pumpkin run Brian hang in there? Pasta. 
Scott. Jeff It has been real. HR take care of 
Marley MOM nad PAP thanks (or putting 
me through college and for all your help and 
support. I could not have done it without 
you. Thanks Aunt J. and Nana (or the care 
packages. Bow (or it. Its been 60LPENII 



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>town the PORSAL AORTA!? Tara. we 
missed you spring semester. Hope you hit 
the slopes for us. Jen. thanks for giving me 






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a "Crash Course" Justin. Good LUck in 
Grad school Ron. good luck in Pental 






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Glen G. Canterbury — Business 
Administration 

21 Hidden Lane 
Doylestown. PA 189a 




R. Scott D'Amico — Ornamental 

Horticulture 

RP I, East Gate Farms 

Hightstown. NJ 08520 

I would like to thank my parents for their 
support. To my roommates: George stay 
away from brandy. Brian cuccko bird lives 

forever. Spider wake up- Rob H. you 

Free wmgs? Lets go to my neighbors, no 
more Pearl JamI To ihe other class officers. 
lei s do LUNCHI Nunzio. the MAYOR! the 
food still Slinks. Mike keep an eye on your 
sister. To NJ remember the fond memories, 
and smile Ron T. no mailer where you are 
you always looking inielligentll 





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done It w/Out you! Sam- thanks for always 




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being thereyou mean so much to me & 1 
LOVE YOUl Mr L you taught me so muchi 
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made it! JE hang in there-grin £ bear it. 
Pon't forget how good ESO used to be. To 
LEW. AAB. and everyone else who helped 
me thru, thanks so much 1 wont forget 

you! 




Judith Patricia Donnelly- 
Business Administration 

1.373 Paiotnino Drive 
Warrington. PA 18976 




Jodi Lynne Drake — Animal 

Science 

il04 Deer Path Road 

Nottingham. PA \9562 

Joe. What can I say? Freshman year was 
greael I'm really glad we gol lo be great 
friends Suxelle and Brad, you guys are 
greall Than* for pulling up wilh all of my 
whining I could nol have made il Ihru re 
pro without youl Michelle, what are you 
going to do without my stupid animal sto 
ries? Living with you for the past three 
years has been great and you finally turned 
311 All of you take care and keep in touch 
Good luck Mike and Suzettellll 



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To all the great friends 1 made at DVC 
thanks for making the past 4 years the best 
Thanks to all the Barness 1st girls for mak 
ing my senior year so greall And the Elson 




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owe It all 3UI To my grandparents Dawn. 
Shawn. Julie. Jana fe Lady Thanks for your 
love fe support 1 Michelle I've been thru so 
muchi Scott 1 love you with all my hearti 
Thanks for your endless love, support and 
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Jennifer Lynn Feeley — Biology 
116 Beecher Avenue 
Cheltenham, PA I9a2 

To MOM 6 PAD Thanks for all your love. 
support, fe my nunmobile Thanks to all my 
friends at DVC for great memories CB 6 
S S Thanks for being 2 of the best friends 
ever-Sam Thanks for always being there 
when 1 need to talk To Barb my fairy god 
sister Thanks for everything over the last 4 
yrs I'll miss you all To the one man who 
changed my life forever Brian 1 LOVt You 
now and forever! I'm so gald you are part of 
my hfel Thanks Del Val for 4 great yearsi 








David Michael Ferrizzi- 
Chemistry 

1545 Comly St. 
Philadelphia, PA 19149 




Stephanie Foerst — Biology 

ICM7 Collegeville Road 
Collegeville, PA 19426 





Ronald P. Ferrizzi— Biology 

1545 CoiTily Street 
Philadelphia. Pa 19149 





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Theodore M. Freed — Ornamental 

Horticulture 

6622 Point Pleasant Pike 

New Hope, PA 18938 




Justin Ceiger — Biology 

903 Ridge Road 
Perkasie. PA 18944 

I'd like to thank my family for tiieir support 
through the years (It's been tough). I'H 
espeically remember all my good friends: 
My brothers in ZX, Jeff. Brad. Davey 8. 
Hairball. Ron. Tony. Adam. Joe. Dave. Lew. 
Wait. Sidvicious. and to all my other friends 
and Biology classmates. I would especially 
like to Thank Leann for all her love and 
support and sticking with me through the 
good limes and the bad times . . 




Kasha Marie Cergits — Business 
Administration 

2803 Moravian Avenue 
Allentown. Pa 18103 

Mom. DAd. Frank. Kathy. Michelle. Thanks 
for helping and being there for me the last 5 
yrs. I did ill Shell, you're a great roomie. 
Don't forget Fl. NBI. C/B. TLC. etc SH. SAH. 
MT. CH. JR. JF. MS Thanks for the memo 
riesi Doss, thanks for the good times fresh. 
& Soph. yr. Colleen Geb. good luck at DVC 
Don't forget Cheer. w/Paula. 31st b day at 
NBI You're a great friendl Michael. You're 
the greatesti THanks for everythingi I 
LOVE VOUI Hey. drink 3 you off of lerkll 




Nicholas Emanuele Ciacche — 
Business Administration 

1038 County Road 523 
Hemington. NJ 08822 

Ffow many people can say that Ihey fin- 
ished in i years? MOM fc DAD Nicole £ 
John: Thanks for all your love & Support. I 
LOVE YOU MOM £ DADII Borisoff thanks 
for my bedroom, your both greati Don your 
the man! TEd FRed Thanksl Lori llll It lasted 
longer than 3 weeks. You're my sweetheart 
6-XI-9I. WOW! Dave your next DVC "96' 
Pat Hilton I owe you one! This is only the 
beginningll 4-30-90 Thank you for watching 
over me. I love youll MOM I did itilll 




Jason R. Gibson — Biology 
3712 Dogwood Lane 
Riegelsville, PA 18077 

Thank you MOM % DAD lor everything 
you've ever done. It was greatly appreciat- 
ed. Nicole you're the best. I love you. To 
everybody on Cooke 3nd DIE! Weed, get a 
life Jr. try showering Joe try wiping. Mikey 
good luck at Betty Ford. Woody-3 years in 
Biology you're doing good you stump. Tim- 
popafewchuds for me. Save our Land . 
Scott my roommate who's on the 8 year 
plan you're the best. MOPARS RULEI rap 
music sucks death metal rulesi Jr. seen any 
HEmi gophers lately? Weed take off your 
pants and put on a dress you girl .... 




George F. Glattes III — 
Ornamental Horticulture 
507 Woodview Drive 
txton. PA 1934! 

4 years. Brian not to long Theta Chi Sigma 
for ever hall slides. Wolfson crew Bullfrog, 
Delta's Bedhfi Penn Stale i Guardrails Bird, 
Pomp. Ginny D. Chaka. Lupus. Wags U 
wimp. How do you work this stereo all 
nighters. bad back, gel it to the girls on the 
catwalk in my mind always Jon. John. Tlm- 
speart Jam American flag tidy-botes brown 
eyed girl, the pit mountain biking, terrets 
the gut. Tad § Tim. did I get my cycle Scott 
fat MOM fe DAD Thanksl SS Spanky, Hall, 
Bird, UR a piece of work DNIT. Changlll 




Leann Griffin — Animal Science 
1318 Eisenhower Street 
Lakewood, NJ 0870) 

Never forget the great times Freshman Yr. 
at Work Dorm. RO. LYLAS. Always, the best 
of Luck. Spring Break Florida Soph. Yr. Buh. 
Go kiss at tireel All the good times in LJIman 
3nd. whale watch trips. Late all nighters 
"mouse man"! OFF campus living and party- 
ing. A DAY weekend, all the great ZX par 
ties Justin I'll always lOVE youl MOM. 
thanks lor Ihe support and LOVE you have 
given to me throughout these four years. I'll 
never forget it! 




Paul David Hahn — Business 
Administration 
6654 Baltimore Pike 
Littlestown, PA 19508 




Deena Handler — Business 
Administration 

3927 Dogwood Lane 
Doylestown, PA I89CH 




Michael G. Hechi — Ornamental 
Horticulture 

3920 Rauenswood Road 
Allentown, PA 18103 

To my Parents for supporting me through a\ 
of the ups and downs of my college career. 
Also a lot of thanks to my brother Greg for 
his support and advice, I LOVE YOUII To my 
friends, new and old. here at DVC Thanks 
for three great years. I wouldn't have made 
it without all of you. GOOD LUCK TO ALL! 




Andrew J. Herbein — Business 
Administration 

171! Lorraine Road 
Reading, PA 19604 

Senior Year was filled with memories of 
friends and I having a blast at whatever we 
were doing. Most especially riding motor 
cross in Plumbsteadvile. playing croquette 
with Adam and Dave, and hanging out in 
the apartment being silly. Remember par- 
ties at the Zeta Chi house on i02. All the 
wings we ate during specials of course. But 
most important was getting together with 
the best person in my life. SHERRY I LOVE 
YOUl And thanks MOM AND DADIII 





Beth Hoffer— Animal Science 

RD. 3 Box 7876 
Jonestown. PA 17038 




Ede Hofsacss — Animal Science 
422 Stone Bridge Road 
Perkasle. PA 18944 

LOVE YOU MOM I DAD, TODD. Im glad 
we became friendsi the quad. Barb. Jane. 
Jen Reed Love you guys. Crazy-you 
crashed again? Barbfesi 91 & 93 HOmecom 
ing. Hangin w PEK. Bullet HOId. hands and 
stick together. BOOB your what hurts? 
Hey- McclawahanI Memories, your eyes are 
filled w/cranberry |uice. Best wishes steph 
fe meach you guys are perfecl. CE-you'll 
get wa some day. Now it's time to ramble 




Christina Holeman 
Horticulture 
303 High Street 
Wiggins, CO 80654 



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Matt (Skippy) Holland — Business 

Administration 

310 Prospect Avenue 

Duncannon. PA 17020 

Thank you MOM for all your love and sup- 
port over the past 4 years OH. by the way 
thanks to you to Karen. Good Luck Next 
season Neit. Anthony, and BJ. 




Irene Home — Dairy Science 

379 Groover Road 
Greenville. PA 16125 

Suzette % Chris- thanks Pig. dweeb, rude 
dog. carpet art. war. carving, the best RAs. 
Liz & Donna. Don. Ron & the clean black 
room, headbanger's ball with uno. Phase 10. 
Margaret. Jim's singing & sugar smacks. At 
lantic city, farm show, socials. Ched. Elmer 
6 accounting. Linda with manicures, naps, 
really & poison pie. Crystal-wish I'd met you 
sooner. All those who moved on- Jayme. 
Dickie. Roy. Amin. Chris. Tom. Travis. Ni 
cole. Diana. Rob, dear, my best friend who 
makes me laugh. I love you. 




Scott A. Horoshko — Business 
Administration 

106 Glenvlew Avenue 
Dallas. PA 18612 

Thanks Mom & Dad for everythingi SAH3I 
Wags. Jimbo. Spanky. Bubba. Kitch g all 
OXE Caps. Creekside. Farmhouse 911 Party. 
Lanny g his dancing belly JXC Xmas tree. 
Lake Archer. Lax. keg out the window, 
hallslides. golf party, pig roast. Steg. ZX car. 
Mad Dog S burnt spaghetti. Look what I 
found in my travel bag. Dr. Handler. Foot- 
Thanks for keeping me in school-You look 
like Denny the mailmanl Kasha & Weedy- 
our Hilltown neighbors. Yes-the sack is bigt 
Tartan Terracel Thanks SAH3I 




Lewis J Hower — Biology 
32X) Mink Road 
Kintersville. Pa 18930 

THANKS MOM AND DADI 




Michael William Huebshman — 
Ornamental Horticulture 
RD I Box IX) New Street 
Thorofare. NJ 08086 

Remember that fantastic snowball fight we 
had our freshman yearl Dorm against 
DormI Or how about that dance party we 
had in the hallway after X-mas break (in 
Work Hall ) Well that's all I can think ofl 
Live long and Prosper! Sha-wingI 




Jennifer L. Hughes — Animal 
Science 

14 Wosniak Court 
Lawrenceville. NJ 08648 

THANKS DAD MOM MAURA AND KATE for 
your confidence in me I LOVE YOU MY 
ROOMIE FAMILY. Kris CPpoopoo. MEL only 
4 years but like a lifetime. Hip Clip Nunny 
Gigglies 1 don't know what I'll do without 
you Behind that blade HF Ulman ind. 3rd 
GB JA- slumber party Cool Breeze MK MM 
MONKEYS. ZX. Omega Chi good luckl 
Watch that LION Work Hall Beach Pat I'm 
so glad I met you. stay away from the Big 
T'sl I miss everyone already. PEACE, LOVE 
NEJ 




Robert Hughes — Biology 
15 Lee Ann Drive 
Blackwood. NJ 080(2 

First to the Guys. Scottie D. George, Brian. 
Jeff, John. Beergut and to all my other 
friends Thanks for the good times!! Special 
thanks to Mom and Dad for all your sup- 
port. Mike Good Luck Kristen I am moving 
home Maureen Thanks for standing by me- 
no more waiting till II See ya all at Home- 
coming Scott D don't forget the bet we 
have, you probably will you no good - - -, 
Lousy - - - -. To everyone at home. Get 
Ready cause I am Back! 







Krista A. Hutnik — Animal 

Science 

203 Baldwin Street 

Glen Ridge. NJ 07028 




Michelle Louise Infante — 
Horticulture 

Box 1553 Route 526 
Cream Ridge. NJ 08514 

In the past four years we have made new ^ 
friends and new loves that we will cherish ' 
for the rest of our lives. I have fond memo- 
ries of all we have accomplished and how 
we have made DVC a better place througfi 
our timely efforts I am faithful that our 
futures will be bright and prosporous. Good 
luck to everyone in the Class of 1993. To all 
of you I give you my love and best wishes. 




Perry (Adam) Kaplan- Business 
Adminislralion 
2954 Ouincy Turn 
Bensalem. PA 19030 



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5 Fairfield Drive 
Laflm. PA 18702 



Biology 



To all my friends you know who you are-l 
love you and 1*11 miss you. Come ski with 
me. Only if you can keep up, Jeffery. Ex- 
pect to see you at my door one day, Crab- 
iree. All my love Drew. Stay out of trouble, 
degoand lake care of that dog. Thank you 
Mom and Dad. 




Kenneth Keen — Business 
Administration 
65 Hagen Drive 
New Hope. PA 18938 




Craig Kinsky — Animal Science 
n20 Fisher Road 
Lansdale. PA 19446 




Waller F. Knapp — Biology 
234 Leona Avenue 
Huntingdon Valley. PA 19006 

Guys, Guys they're after mel Yeah! Green- 
house Grunts I know this shortcut right 
through this housing development!! Road 
trips, tromping, and Hong Kong Jacks. 
Dude: I'm never going to listen to you 
againll Hetio explosive fansi P & E Life cereal 
t vanilla ice cream Bio-nerds; you know em' 
Don"t learn tricks of trade, learn the tradelll 




Bridget Kelley — Ornamental 

Horticulture 

Box 84. RR I 

Coeymans Hollow. NY 0046 

Thanks to my family for giving me this 
great opportunity. Karen you are the best 
roomatell Thank you Shawn, for helping me 
be a very happy independent woman. And 
to my friends that will never know how 
much I respect and care for them See ya ". . 
. How they knew what we must know with- 
out knowing a page of it themselves'- Alice 
Walker 



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Thanks Mom and Dad for everything. OXE 
the memories will be with me Pledging, 
house. PG. Halloween. Aday. brawls. & ev- 
erything else. 5 year guarantee, eating sup- 
per with Tim. telling stories in room. Crazy 








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times with the best of friends. Thanks Pe- 
ter. Pete. Breck. Bill. Chuck? Adam. Doc i 
Ken lastly thank you HLB 1004 




Randy Komssi — Agronomy 6 
Environmental Science 
58 Old York Road 
Ringoes. NJ 08551 





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here! To the guys on Goldman 3nd. it's been 
a great yearl Come out come out wherever 
you are. Oh no not TOP GUN AGAINI The 
Blues Brothers on a mission from GOD 
Good-bye DVC and Hello LIFEI 




Bruce Kuiz — Ornamental 
Horticulture 

19 Daves Way 
Warrington, PA 18976 




Racquel R. Laino — Ornamental 
Horticulture 

540 Gaul Road 

Sinking Spring, PA 19608 

MEMORIES Are like a walk in the park. 
Moonlighting in the dark playing games 
with friends until the day's end. Memories 
are what you make them when you take 
time to create memories could be sad mem 
ones could be bad But always remember 
who made you smile and made you laugh 
for a while because memories are what you 
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Cynthia E. Long — Ornamental 

Horticulture 

105 Chapel Road 

New Hope, PA 18938-1007 

Thanks MOM & DAD for all your love and 
support-never would have made it without 
youl TTEN DVC Activities^ Outdoors Club. 
Flower Show '93. DVCVC. Student Govt 
Sec '91. '92. A DAY '90 '91. RA '91 '92. To all 
who crossed my path and made a differ 
ence in my life: "Eany-meany-chih-beany". 
Senior Socials. Cancun Buddies 9i. Barness 
girls. Michelle new buddy, shadow. Creek 
side. NBI. Hotwings you buy the next pitch 
cri Very special thanks to MARK you made 
DVC extra special and life more excitingi 




Kurtis C. Kress — Agronomy S 
Environmental Science 
2 MacBride Drive 
Spring City, PA 19475 



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Environmental Science 

Route I. Box 100 
Richville, NY 13681 




Timothy A. Landis- 
117 Ferndale Lane 
Linfield. PA 19468 



Horticulture 



Thanks MOM and DAD for the support Jay 
hard work does pay off, the vacation is 
over Tad take care and good luck Don't 
worry I'll vacuumi Want a beer? Pasta gel 
up you can't skip again Mark Yo what's upl 
MGD What did I do alst night cup O noodles 
and aspirin we have to work tomorrow 
smell yal Weasel get your own John Deere 
hat! swing good-bye to all my friends, your 
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Ian Luginbuhl — Business 
Administration 

606 Roseland Avenue 
Fox Chase Manor 
Abington, PA I9III 




Scoll Mallardi — Business 
Administration 

3150 Antler Road. RD 2 
Doylestown, PA 18901 



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Melissa K. Manno — Animal 

Science 

513 Arthur Street 

Philadelphia. PA I9III 

RX & ZX. house parlies. LASC. LAS field 
Irips. work dorm, whale watching. DVC 
summers. Midnight walks, late, hot tub par 
lies, that crazy bulll. what's going on at the 
bleachers, who's drunk on MADDOGM 
MOM. G MOM. FRED 6 KATIE I LOVE U i 
could never thank U enough Grandpop-I 
couldn't have done it w/o U LOVE U, roo 
mies 6 8E/CP. JH. KM. MKll'll miss Ul 
Thanks for everything 4 remember our par- 
ties, craming fe giggles. My MICHAEL- 
Sweetheart. thanks lor you love & support. 
You have all of my love foreverl 




Michelle M. Marra — Business 
Administration 
13 Manor Drive 
Mechanlcsburg. PA 17055 

Thanks to the most important people in my 
life-MOM & DAD-you helped me develop 
my goals, and provided me with the re- 
sources! Needed to reach them, Steph- 
You've always been there for mel Really 
appreciate it. Kasha my favorite roomy, 
your the besti Never forget all those crazy 
nights at the NBI and CSI ANDY. I'm so glad 
met you. you've made last year greati 
Thanks and good luck to everyone who 
made my Del Val days unforgettable (you 
know who you are!) 




Matthew I. Martenas — Agro- 
Business 

RD 2. Box 327 
Millville, PA 17846 

They call me Black Bart I To all my room- 
mates Ched. Reubon. Delbert. Bob. Amin. 
Audrey. Monica, and Nicole thanks for all 
the fun times. "We're going to get kicked 
out of A-DAY " B 6 B. and Farm #3 are the 
t>est people make them great thanks to 
Gram B. Pap and Gram. Tracy. Cindy. Jim. 
Spike. Tyson. DJ. Dutch Chubs Tammy Real 
Special. Thanks to MOM i DAD To all those 
staying at Del Val things will always be 

SNAFU-Siiuation normal all F up See 

yalll Good Luck to alllll 




Richard J. McConnell — 
Ornamental Horticulture 
100 Ogg Avenue 
Hi-Nella. NJ 08083 









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692 Sandy Ridge Road 

Doylestown. PA 18901 




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Elizabeth T. Melveney — Animal 

Science 

80 Maple Drive 

Spring Lake Heights. NJ 07762 

Thank you always MOM. DAD. Peter. Anna, 
and Laura. I LOVE you all Rhoda the best 
here's to g3r and all those nights at NBI! 
Bye the way. where's drifter? Christie. Me 
lissa. NEJ. Midge, and the rest fo the Ome 
ga's. I love you guys! Annemarie-what about 
Ft. Lauderdale? The T and Aunt Bunny. CP 
lets kill it! The gang LM. RH. DM. HZ. DD. 
SM. AF. BE. AK. Cheerleaders take care S 
good luck. Mike. I love you always! SE 
NIORS we finally made it! Yeah Baby!! 




Martin (J.R.) Meo — Business 
Administration 

DVC Box 6316 

700 East Butler Avenue 

Doylestown. PA 18901 





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nmg Homecoming. 1 remember the people. 
Jim. Rob. Irene, Jayme. Margaret. Dickie. 
Ron and Don. 





Jennifer Misko- Biology 
5IIII Roosevelt Boulevelt 
Philadelphia, PA 19124 

My these four years went fasti But all 
things being equal-we made Itl Congratula- 
tions. Everyonel Mom. Dad. Andy, and Ash 
ley Thanks for being my helm and moral 
support. I couldn't have made it without 
youl Room dog-never another like you- 
"Alive Dead ". You killed the duck? Remem 
ber Taco Bell and midnight Perkins runs 
Shannon pretzel fights in the halll Thanks 
Melissa 6 Melissa of or putting up with me 
at the lab-love you boothi Del Val was home 
away from home thanks. Mr. MassI Bon 
Voyagel Jenn Misko 



Jason S. Minoff- Ornamental 
Horticulture 

3704 Willow Bend Place 
Richmond. VA 23333 



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Angela M. Montafia — 

Science 

3241 Flint Hill Road 

Coopersburg. PA 18036 



Food 




Eric MOrrison — Ornamemtal 

Horticulture 

8508 Powhatan Street 

New Carrollton. MD 20784 




David E. Naniewicz — Agronomy 
& Environmental Science 

RD #1, Box #385 
Olyphant, PA 18447 

Thanks MOM and DADI 




Jacob E. Niering — Ornamental 

Horticulture 

RD I 

Cresco. PA 18326 




Nancy Nixon — Animal Science 
East Main Road 
Brocton, NY 14716 

Mom & Dad I love Youi Thanx 4 everything. 
Sherry B U hurl me Wendy. NBI. Pal i Elvis 
UR gomg 3BA siar Babyl AC. Homecommg. 
I'm playing il real cool Dan fe John. AM- 
Lang. o( Luv Daffy Duckl Scoll DonI forgel 
ihe good limes To all friends. BK. PB. PB. 
PM. DD. DP. LM. MH. JH. RH. Good luck w/ 
everything Princesses. Artie. Beep at Ihe 
copsi RMA luv U 




Pelcr O'Donnell — Biology 
8133 Elberon Avenue 
Philadelphia, PA I9III 

Greenhouse grunts Banned from Ihe Biolo- 
gy Club. 10.000 maniacs Sugar high fcrrebs. 

piece of cake, follow me. VW Fox AHI 

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Sandra Marie OIney — Biology 


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man. Special Memories All the great times 
with CG. CB. SS. JF. SI. CT and BIONERDS. 
the lake, nachos. Taco Bell Nah. that wont 




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Homecoming 93. DO Spring Break 92 f, 93. 




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went out be right back. Snoopy personal 
message: To Mom. Marybelh. Bob. and 
Chris. Thanks for all your love and support 




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Jennifer L. Paric — Ornamental 
Horticulture 

32 W. College Avenue 
Yardley, PA 19067 




Dawn Kathleen Papciak — 
Business Administration 
627 Povenski Road 
Quakertown. PA 18951 

Field Hockey 89 6 93. Womens Basketball 
89-93. 1991 Homecoming Court nominee For 
Class of 931 Thanks Scolty D Goodbye 
DVC. I will never forget all Ihe good times. 
Senior Socials-never a dull momenti BS 
(Roomie). MF. KM. DD. MS. RC. NU. JR 6 
WJi Thanks for a fun and exciting B ball 
season NBI I The INN. were the places to 
be. The Three Musketeers will live forever- 
thank you AM f, PB! DVC friends forever 
AM. PB. PB. NN. AS. SB. MA. Dallas Cow 
boys #1. Goodbye everyonel'll miss you - 
Thanks MOM 6 DAD. 





Christine E. Portmann — Animal 
Science 

99 Manor Drive 
Dillsburg, PA 17019 

What lo say? It's over! Am 1 happy? yesi Am 
1 ready? NOI 1 have enough memories to fill 
tlie pagel Freshman year hip clips! Thanks 
to Ulman for teaching us how to party! Fri- 
day mornings drunk to class! THe "T " is 
our hallwayl My best friends for life . M3. 
Poo-Poo. k Midge! luv you guys! Tony- 
thanks for making my last two years the 
best! 1 luv Ul i to MOM DAD 6 family thank 
U4 all the encouragement! 1 wouldn't have 
made il w/o U! (or all of the big bucks you 
spent on me!) 1 lOVE U! 




Erik Pioselli — Horticulture 
RD I. Box, 93 
Chester, NY 10918 




Brian G. Redfern — Biology 
715 Violet Road 
Warminster. PA I8974OII0 

Thanks MOM I DAD for all your love i 
support over the years. To "Bionerd soci- 
ety " (Wall. Jen. Pete. Sam. Cathy. lEw. i 
Steph): Thanks for all the greal memories 
over Ihe yearsi Good luck Alwaysl Keep in 
Touch. WK, Thanks. YEAH! WK. PO. JH, "I 
can drive! " WK 4 PO: "The explosive of 
choice." PO: You're not a bicard. kirk. JH: 
"What? " "The light's green!"" "Bye! Jen: A- 
Day 92. Worry less! Honcyl I lOVE YOUI 
Thanks for the best year of my lifel I cher- 
ish all the moments! looking forward to 
forever! Love. Brian 







Jill C. Reulcr — Ornamental 
Horticullure 
40 Fenton Lane 
Bordentown. NJ 08505 

Thanks MOM. DAD 6 Steve 4 all your love 
and Support. Jen-never forget the trips to 
the mall i the lady in the Buick. Pam re 
member staying up late talking & being told 
to be quiet down. Erica & Tara: Disney mov- 
ies S no 1 don't want to play Nintendol Rod. 
Dee. John. Jim. Shawn. Guys in Cooke 114 
You'll never be 4gotten Chris. Dustm. Ja 
mie. 6 all others left out but not 4gotten 
Enjoy & good luckl Thanks DVC & everyone 
for the great memories. See Vail 





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Paul E. Schneider — Business 
Administration 
2884 Walnut Street 
Colmar, PA 18915 

As Editor of the school paper I'm confident 
Ram Pages will continue to be successful lor 
years to come I have absolutely no doubts 
the staff I left behind will strive tor excel 



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Joseph G. Schweitzer — Business 
Administration 

176 Sunset Drive 
Richboro. PA 18954 

Steve. Dad. MOM thank you very muchi 
Junior we could have had that sign if Weed 
wasn't w, us Weed take ofl that dress Sa 
tan Always there for me whenever I fell 
down cleansed me up pretty well too I day 
you will meet Amy Woody learn to catch a 
football Black Sheep 4ever my impression 
of a monk in a shower Human Bowlmgball 
Jris Ivoe cave Jason God of H the 

most Scary person l"ve ever met to all my 
friends Good Luck & have fun Amy UR a 
very special 3 me-l will always LOVE U 
Thank youl 




William Riedell — Computer 
Information Systems 
Management 
515 Allspice Lane 
Myrtle Beach. SC 29577 




Kathleen Saraceni — Chemistry 

219 South lOth Street 
North Wales, PA 19454 




John N. SchreidI — Business 
Administration 

304 West Ashdale Street 
Philadelphia. PA 19120 

ZETA CHI. N B I . O'fowley's. Tijuna Yacht 
Club. Ulman 2nd. Punch parties. Golf. 
TOGA. Partieslll Spring Break Trips to Flori- 
dal and running out of gas on way back. 
Late night DJing at WDVC. Car Smash. A 
DAY. The Old House. Point Parlies. Hay 
rides. Roadtrips to Boston and University 
of Delaware and the PUMPERII 




Jeffrey Scoll — Computer 

Information Systems 

Management 

Colonial Heritage Box 127 

Doylesiown. PA 18901 

OXE. Thanks lo all my Theta Chi Brothers 
You guys made it fun. like hiding in the 
attic from the cops. Thanks to Goldman 119 
Brian. George, fe Scotty D.. From your ten 
ant Good Luck Rob. Weasel. Tad. John H 
John D % Wash. Now what? I guess Look 
out BEACH! HERE I COMEIII 




Eric Sechler — Agro Business 

RD #7. Box 175 
Somerset. PA 15501 

Score wide ledl Ugh, Ihis is lo you Budha. 
lets drink Ihe booze Bros. And sisters will 
always slay To PEK, thanks for ail Ihe fun 
times. To Blondie. right over your head 
NUNZIO Perkins at night and Betsy is 

wonderful To staff, keep the parties going 
and rem. The gold card to my little bros 
uphold the wild life To CN. RM GJ. Good 
Luck w/? Last but not least, MOM S DAD 
thanks for evrything. To whoever I forgot, 
drink one for me when I leave see yalll 





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rime Remember OCMD kites stargazing NY 
for new yrs MG raceway HX) falls Whiskey 
thanks tor being there alwaysl Never forget 
concerts hunting birthdays dancing on bars 
and soil geeksl Kat How about some codme 
and coke? The devil made me do it I'm 
blindl Pam Jamaica for a WKND Ramba . 
in the end we will conseve only what we 
lovei love only what we understand; and 
understand only what we are taught- 




Stephanie Shain — Biology 
89 Mihlia Hill Road 
Warrington, PA 18976 




Randy R. Shustack — Agronomy 
6 Environmental Science 
229 East Coal Street 
Shenandoah. PA 17976 




Bryan Smith — Ornamental 

Horticulture 

415 Stones Crossing Road 

Easton. PA 18042 




Colleen Fell-Smith — Animal 

Science 

7 Benjamin Place 

Pequannock. NJ 07440 

Remember showing Beef Heifers at A DAY 
I99II Remember all the good times in Alumni 
hlousel 




Michael S. Sowers — Agronomy S 
Environmental Science 
PO Box 117 
Zieglerville. PA 19492 

To all my Work Hall i Chug a Lug Posse, 
Skeeter. Ronnie. Rappy. Muff. Geno. Randy. 
ORBS, and all the rest Thanks for all the 
great memories. Hey Ran. we will never 
sleep 16 hrs. again. Lenny's! To my country 
western gang thanks for the great con 
certs. Remember Dave Binder Parties (Jen 
don't flash anybody) Hey Jen thanks for al 
the great times may we stay in touch torev 
er, see ya in Jamaica. I will visit alt of you A 
DAY S homecoming with the DART Thanks 
to all! YESI WHISKEYIII 




Brian S. Taylor — Business 
Administration 

2226 Warwick Road 
Warrington. PA 18976 





Beverly Tinsley — 

RD I. Box 167 
Gillett. PA 16925 



Dairy Science 




Bardley Traux — Animal Science 

RD I Box 865 
Needmore. PA 17238 




Michelle Upton — Animal 

Science 

134 Swedes Run Drive 

Delran, NJ 08075 

Thanks for everything Mom and DAD. I 
LOVE YOUl Skiing '90 was the best. Jodi, 
the greatest part-time roommate. Let's eat 
in the dining hall. SB and MM Good Luck 
and all the happieness in the world. Chris, 
thanks for the rides. Good luck with Rich. 
RN thank for the help. 2\ finallyl Let's go to 
O'Fowley's: JD. SB. MM. BT. Keep in touch 
guysl I'll miss yal 




Kevin B. Viersma — Agronomy 
and Environmental Science 
PO Box 224 
Allamuchy, NJ 07820 

Thnaks Mom and DadI I should have lis 
lened to you right from the starti Live and 
LearnI JEN- Thanks for everything you have 
done for me. I will always remember Ocean 
City. Waterfalls. Jumping, all the great 
times we have had. Time will tell what hap 
pens. Alan, Dave, Tammy. Elaine. Pam. 
Steph & Meach-Good Luckl See Yal 




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Steven J. Wantz — Agronomy 6 
Environmental Science 

2653 NW 42nd Avenue 
Coconut Creek, FL 33066 

Thanks and Good Luck to RS, SB, JC. GM. 
JB. CH. RM. SG. RW. NS, BS and anyone I 
missed. Thanks also to BD for putting up 
with me. A very special thanks to MOM and 
DAD who made my education and gradua 
tion a realityll 



Stephen D. Wagner — Business 
Administration 

708 N. Valley Forge Road 
Lansdale. PA 19446 

Thanx Mom and Dad Annmarie and ttie 
whole family for your love and support. A 
spectal thanx to my Grandparents who 
have always been by my side. I Love you all. 
Hey Lupas (SAC) You are a good friend but I 
know you like Danny Boy betterl Yo Stam- 
mer I'll be back for velvet and some roa- 
dies. Coach CAI keep your eyes open for 
those deer! Dr. Handler those tickets are in 
the mail! Mr. Simone I'll come to class some- 
day. . NOTI Goldman crew keep hangin Ul- 
man Isl Good Luck to all my friendsl 




Michael (NUNZIO) P. Ward- 
Business Administration 

2317 Keystone Drive 
Hatfield. PA 19440 

Bahamas 91. Ronnie. Shawn, I wanna beek. 
Summer 93, Van Morrison, Greg, Rob, 
Gumba, Approval 93, Jamaica 93, "Big 
Guy", "Shieldsie", "Fricky", Jut, Rappy. 
Whiskey. Pammy. Senior Socials. Pitcher. 
NBI. Lefthook, Marcus, Rob What a Palletll 
Evan. Bill. Alpha. Beta. Gamma classes. "X 
mas Semi-Formal 93 " Elf Alertl Joe Pesci, 
"Ship, where all life begins" "Biggest bang 
for the buck " Lasker Hall. Sons a? A-DAY 
Tabby. PEK Semi-formal RHO/EPSILON 
/KAPPA BROTHERS I will miss you allM 




Jeffrey Weidlick — Animal 

Science 

RD 2, Box 203 

Belvidere. NJ 07823 

Genny. 3 man. Bile me JR. knock it off Jay. 
Call 911 leave go. Blacksheep #1. Slay mud. 
Woody Slop Puking. Mike % Belly. Gopher. 
K-marl. Auqnod. Fall Guy. Slay in school 
Scon. Coach Collins. Hi Joe. Die Java. Rod 
ncy Scgalski Big Joe. Billy Bob. Wiley. Jeff 6 
Eric 3 more years. Baseball Trip. MO's A—. 
Ihe Block, room wreslling ouchi Pellow & 
Melk. I'm Irying 10 study. I'm tense, letter- 
man, thanks MOM. DAD. and MELISSA. Jay 
it's just. JR the best a guy could ever have. I 
love you Heather 3 years 10/13. 





Elizabeth B. Wiley — Animal 




Science 




GordonsdaJe Farm 


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Kerry: Thanks for making my senior year a 




good onel May we never lose touch and 


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always be the best of friends. One more 




semester you can do it squirt. Karen: we 




finally made it and we deserve ill See you 


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at the races. RA. WW. JG. SB and the ones 




who went on before. 1 will miss you and 




never forget youl ED. Deb. Becky and 




Duane-save me a seat for lunchl I'll be back. 




To all Equine you will make it if you try and 


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Victor M. Ykoruk — Business 
Administration 

106 Old Oak Tree Road 
Lansdale, PA 19446 

Finally. Thank GodI Yo Remember. U3. 
ocean blue, alarm, spa parties. Chug-a-Lug. 
WDVC. snowball fights, mud slides. 
Denny's. Perkins. The NBI. A Days. Home- 
coming'sl Thanks to all the people I've met. 
All my love to my parents. Thank you very 
muchi A, B, see yal 




Robert W. Welz — Agro-Business 

1343 RT. 245 
Geneva. NY 14456 







Margaret H. Wolters — Animal 

Science 

765 Blanch Avenue 

Norwood. NJ 07648 

4 great years. So many memories £ new 
experiences. Thanks MOM i DAD. Omega 
CHI CP. MM. JH Work Ronica. B 6 B. NESA. 
A-DAY. ICC. Great Summer 91. Farm 3 £ 
BERK. Judging team Mr. G. the Red van t 
complaints. Sam 107 Great times. Phase K) 
w/ the gang RA. IH, JC. SM Jayme DVC 
was better w/you KD/33/93 1 LOVE YOU. 
Mrs. A S Doc thanks for evrything I'll miss 
most all my mares, babies. S the boys at the 
Standard Breed barn, take care of them. 




Brian J. Worth — Animal Science 
441 Tomlinson Road F-15 
Philadelphia, PA I9II6 

Thanks most of all to Mom for all she's 
done. Josh and Suzy-YouVe the best. Vicky 
I love you and here's to our future. Good 
luck to the Black Sheep from Cooke 3nd. 
Rob Barnett Where are you? Uriah Heep- 
the band plays on. A big thanx and a half- 
keg to all Chug'A'lugS: past, present and 
future. Ronnie (RA of the year), hey Marvl 
Victor (Mr. Music Where's our long dis- 
tance. Shawn (Skeeter). how's that knee 
and to all Work Hall 1st Posse: Ra-Ra. Y'know 
its a little known fact . . . 





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2615 Keats Drive 
Library. PA 15129 

Thanks 1 Mom Dad Grandma PopPop Billy 
Michael Maryanne % Cam 4 all your support 
% Love. ILU alll TB 4 always being there 1 did 
it b/c of Ul JB BW JB CD JH econ Hellol KM 
MK JD RM MJ AF DIZZY BATSI Berk sum 
merl CP DEAN? JE (BB)/ME 56 pads) PM he 
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The 1993 Camera Shy Graduates ■ ■ 

AGRIBUSINESS Lamin M.K. Sagnia AGRONOMY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Scott 

E. Barnett . . . Stephens. Brady. . . David Samuel Knoble . . . Randy Tad Piersol . . . Joel S. Tumberello . . 
. ANIMAL SCIENCE . . . Tricia Margaret Evans . . . Jane Ann Faranetta . . . Adam H. Kaplan . . . Rebec- 
ca Caroline Ivlerritt . . . Romnie S. Nev\/master . . . BIOLOGY . . . Deborah Anne Armstrong . . . Peter J. 
Bosak . . . Jeffrey H. Hamilton . . . Alan T. Hermely . . . Karen Patricia Konopinski . . . Kevin Scott Lyons . . 
. Susan Pares . . . Dante Felice Perri . . . Karin Lynn Schoeler . . . Adam Selisker . . . Amanda J. Soden . . . 
Timothy John Zaengle . . . BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION . . . M Thomas Allebach . . . Robert 1^. Altieri 
. . . Joseph Francis Bello. Jr . . . Dale G. Benner . . . Torrey Jude Bra ken . . . Shelley Lee Brown . . . Robert 
D. Bruner . . . Curtis William Cooper . . . James J. Esposito . . . Jane Ann Faranetta . . . Ronald D. Fadano . 
. . Walter Everett French . . . fvlatthew B. Fritzinger . . . Jonathan Wade Geiger . . . William L. Greco . . . 
Gary B. Hagerty, Jr . . . Sandra H. Hersh . . . Beth L. Hoernle . . . William Robert Hyde III . . . Susan D. 
Joyce . . . Demetrios Kangas . . . Doren Hackett Keenoy . . . Sean E. Knapp . . . Gregory J. Knabb . . . 
Frank J. Lyons III . . . Linda L. Malta . . . Linda J. Maurer . . . William J. Maynard . . . Linda Marie Mettler . . 
. John L. Miller . . . Sandra Ann Miller . . . Christopjher A. Morelli . . . Edwin Byron Morris V . . . David Louis 
Mulvey . . . Gary D. Palmer . . . Sandra Lee Piatt . . . James William Plocharski . . . Thomas Kevin Reilly . . . 
Nicole Estrea Saviet . . . Melissa D. Schechter . . . Patricia A. Swasing . . . Susan L. Sowden . . . Robert L. 
Thomas . . . Robin Elizabeth Tymbiski . . . Steven M. Voelker . . . Timothy John Washer . . . Marc Lynn 
Wise . . . John Zarroli . . . CHEMISTRY . . , Terese Leigh Bandy . . . Adam Matthew Fermier . . . Cheryl 



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Lynn Ingram . . . Daniel B. McNesby . . . Lynn C. Munz . . . Susan Elaine Ptyza . . . Amy Veronica Sillup . . . 
Mary Frances Taylor . . . Steven Bret Wright . . . COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANAGE- 
MENT . . . Mary Ann Forler . . . Catherine C. Jansen . . . Timothy Owen Kratz . . . Lori Marie Mangiaracino 
. . . Fenderick G. Newton . . . Robert Raymond Perilli . . . Deron Justin Ruby . . . DAIRY SCIENCE . . . 
Matthew Edward Lager . . . Steven John Sharer . . . ENGLISH . . . Bruce Eric Eaton . . . FOOD SCIENCE 
& MANAGEMENT . . . Steven Michael Calderone . . . Raymond Regis Delaney . . . Stephanie Gargula . . . 
Michael L. May . . . Angela Marie Montafia . . . Kelly Ann Ritsick . . . Alaine M. Zumpoino . . . 
HORTICULTURE . . . David J. Guy . . . Alejandro P. Montana . . . Eric Jon Votava . . . ORNAMENTAL 
HORTICULTURE . . and ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN David Baumeister . Kathleen Mary Bertels 
. . . Brian Jon Burke . . . Peter John Conden . . . Christine Beth Farley . . . Amy Jo Follweiler . . . Richard S. 
Green . . . Paul D. Hammer . . . Douglas E. Jamieson . . . David W. J. Kovach . . . Daniel F. Lee . . . Robert 
Eward Manning . . . Michael Anthony Mazur III . . . Andrea G. Moree . . . Patrick J. Munz . . . David Michael 
Nederostek . . . Allen James Rathjens . . . Robert Charles Staudt . . . Tracey Lynn Uhrin . . . ASSOCIATE 
DEGREES (equine science) . . . Corby G. Caiazzo . . . Philippa T. Knott . . . Hollie Lynn Kochanski . . . 
Emily Anne Longcoy . . . Wendy Allerton Melick . . . Rebecca Caroline Merritt . . . Kimbely S. Solomon . . . 
Holly Renee Williams. SUPERVISION- ADMINISTRATION- MANAGEMENT Leo J. Bernabei . . 
. Joan M. Buschmann . . . Eric J. Hess . . . Nancy L. Willard . . . 



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THE ORDER OF EXERCISES 

(Please stand when the colors enter, he seated following the posting of the 
colors and for the remainder of the procession, and rise for the Invocation.) 



PROCESSIONAL 



"Pomp and Circumstance" 
Sir Edward Elgar 

The Colors 

The Class o^ 1993 

The Faculty 

The Platform Partv 



INVOCATION 



The Reverend Doctor William C. Barger 
Pastor of Doy lest own Presbyterian Church 



NATIONAL ANTHEM "The Star Spangled Banner" 

Francis Scott Key 

Paula L. Rogers, Class o'i 1994 



INTRODUCTION 



George F. West, M.B.A., President 
Delaware Valley College 



COMMENCEMENT 
ADDRESS 



Richard L. James, M.S. 
Executive Vice President 
The Schuylkill Center for 
Environmental Education 



CONFERRING OF HONORARY DOCTOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE 



PRESENTATION 



Arthur Foley '54, Chairman 
Board of Trustees 

George F. West, M.B.A., President 



REMARKS 



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Walter J. Render, Ph.D. 

Professor and Director 

Citrus Research and Education Center 

Institute of Food and Agricultural Science 

University of Florida 

B.S., Delaware Valley College (1957) 

M.S., Rutgers University (1959) 

Ph.D., Rutgers University (1962) 



CONFERRING OF BACCALAUREATE AND ASSOCIATE DEGREES 

(Please defer applause unlil all degrees are eon/erred.) 



PRESENTATION 



REMARKS 



George F. West, M.B.A. 
President 

Craig Hill, Ph.D. 
Dean of the College 

Dominic A. Montileone, Ed.D. 
Associate Dean 

Neil J. Vincent, Ph.D. 
Associate Dean 

Pamela Rebecca Blodgett, President 
Class of 1993 

Robert R. Hughes, President 
Student Government 

James F. Trainer, Ph.D., President 
Delaware Valley College 
Alumni Association (1982) 



DELAWARE VALLEY "Just One Person" 
COLLEGE CHORALE Larry Grossman 
SOCIETY 

"Alma Mater" 
Delaware Valley College 
Class of 1950 



BENEDICTION 
RECESSIONAL 



The Reverend Doctor William C. Barger 

"Academic Festival Overture" 
Johannes Brahms 



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Hail 
To The Chief, 
And 
His Cabinet ♦ ♦ . 





TO THE MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1993, 

You have accomplished a major step in your preparation for 
a career filled with personal and professional satisfaction. 
That which you have experienced at Del Val, educationally/ 
socially and culturally, will equip you to make important choices. 
Use this advantage that you now have to bring your goals to 
reality. Your College, your faculty, your Del Val family are 
proud of your success and will continue to support and applaud 
your future achievements. 



Best regards, 




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President 



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Dr. Craig Hill 
Academic Dean 



Mr. Robert Buggein 
President's Assistant 



Dr. Jane Anteil 

Dean of Enrollment Management 




Mr. Henry Sumner 
Director of Development 



Mr. Paul Schatschneider 
Business Manager 



Ms. Sharon Maher 
Comptroller 



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Dr. John Avery 
Chairperson/ Agrl-Buslness 




Mr. Donald Claycomb 

Professor/ Agronomy/Environmental Science 




Mr. Fred Wolford 

Chairperson/ Agronomy fe Environmental Science 



Agricultural 3 
Environmental 
Studies 




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Mr. William Palkovich 



Mr. Larry Hepner 



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Animal 
Science 



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Dr. William Allison 
Chairperson/Biology 




Dr. John Mertz 
Biology 



Dr. John Miller 
Biology 




Mr. Ronald Johnson 
Biology 



Dr. Robert Berthold 
Biology 



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Dr. Kenneth Lee 
Cism Professor 




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A dministra tion 

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Mi-. Paul Christ 
Business Administration 



Mr. Boyd Gherring 
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Dr. Robert Orr 
Chairperson/Chemistry /BioC hem 



Dr. Charles Weber 
Chemistry 



Mr. Joseph Stenson 
Chemistry 




Mr. Michael Garrett 
Chemistry 



Dr. Lugar 
Chemistry 



Chemistry 




Ms. Deena DiSteefeno 
Chemistry 



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Dr. John Plummer 
Chairperson/Dairy Science 



Mrs. Altier 
Secretary 



Mr. Larry Morns 
Dairy Science 











Dairy 
Science 







Dr. Mary Palumbo 
Chairperson/Food Science 



Mrs. Darien Gross 
Food Science 



Food 
Science 




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Mr. Richard Dommel 
Food Science 



Mr. William Porter 
Food Science 









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Dr. John Martin 

Chairperson/ Ornamental Horticulture 



Mr. Doug Kane 
OH/Design 








Mr. Ray Rick 
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Horticulture 



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Dr. Alice elark 
Chairperson/English 



Dr. Roberta Dimond 
English 



Liberal 
Arts 



Mr. Gordon Roberts 
Chairperson / Criminal Justice 



Dr. Linda Kuehl 
English 









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Mr. Edwin Larence 
Liberal Arts 



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Mr. Francis Hofstadter 
Chairperson/Math/Physics 



Mr. Michael Tabachnick 
Mathematics 




Dr. Theodore Christie 
Mathematics 



Mrs. Price 
Secretary 



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Mr. Stephen Jarrett 
Dean of Students 



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Mrs. Mary Frick 
Office Coordinator 



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Mrs. Phyllis Shields 
Asst. Dean of Students 



Mr. Justin T. Lawhead 
Coordinator of Student Activities 



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Mr. David Mullins 

Student Center Coordinator 



Mrs. Kathy SpratI 
School Store Manager 



Mr. Jack Stahl 
Book Store manager 




Mrs. Theresa Reading 
Book Store 



Mrs. Betty Stintsman 
Post Office 



Mrs. Helene Gaver 
Post Office 



Student 
Center 



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Mrs. Erma Martin 
Receptionist 



Mr. Homer Jennings 
Locksmith 



Mrs. Jean Hellerman 
Accounting 



Lasker 
Hall 




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Mr. Joseph Fulcoly 

Director of Student Counseling 



Mrs. Betsy Arrison 

Assl. Director of Counseling 



Mrs. Mary Pachuta 
Placement 







Mrs. Karen Kay 

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VOLUNTEER CORPS 

We have what we give. 




Segal 
Hall 




Mr. Ron Wood 
Wood Dining 
Service 



Continuing 
Education 

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Food Services 




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Athletics 

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Library 



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Mr. Jack Mazak 
Admissions Counselor 



Mrs. Dawn Ridgway 
Admissions Counselor 



Ms. Maryann Ely 
Admissions 



Admissions 








Mrs. Claudia Cornell 
Nurse 



Mrs. Millie Waddington 
Nurse 



Mrs. Benhhold 
Nurse 




Lt. Don Marable 
Security 






Yearbook 
Dedication 



Student 

Life Office 

Coordinator 



Outstanding 

Student 
Government 
Staff Member 



Halloween 92 

X-mas Formal 

Student Gov't 

Sr Class 




She Is 



an energetic, goal setter, who came to DVC with the Class of 1993. We are the 
class who started S challenged this woman to help us motivate DVC to create a 
change. That she did, with the help of the whole Student Life Office behind her. 
Halloween festivities. Family Day, X-mas formal, Banquets, Pride & Polish, and 
Graduation! Their was never a time that she said NO, I do not believe it was in 
her vocabulary. The students are what makes her job an enjoyable one! 



Welh The Puzzle 

Continues, Now Through 

Her Childhood Etc, 




Our dedication is to Mrs. Mary Frick, 
she is the Office Coordinator in The 
Student Life Office. She has been at 
DVC for 4 years, and works very close- 
ly with Mr. Steve Jarrett & Mrs. Phyllis 
Shields. Mrs. Frick is happily married 
and has 2 children. Some of her favor- 
ite hobbies are making Old World San- 
ta's, crafts, decorating for special 
events, traveling, and shopping at Tal- 
bots. "She's dymanic, great with stu- 
dents, always their to give a helping 
hand, and gives 110%, " says Mr. Jar- 
rett. In the last few years a lot of new 
events have been created, and a great 
deal of these events have taken place 
with her help. She is always here for 
the students, whether it is for ideas, 
suggestions, or her expert advice. 
Mary Frick is an asset to DVC and this 
is why the Class of 1993, Dedicates this 
Yearbook to you, for an outstanding job 
to the students. 











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Upper Left- Mrs. Frick 6 her sister at A-Day 93. selling OLD 
WORLD SANTAS. Middle Left- Bye. Fricky WE MADE ITI Upper 
Upper Right- Fricky 6 Nunzio Congrats, on your Student Gov't. 
AwardI 




Lower Left- Nunzio 6 Cindy Blakislon show Mrs. Frick that Stu- 
dent government can have a great timel Above- Paul Schneider S 
Mrs. Frick Clowning around at FHomecoming 92! 





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What 








Mary, is energetic, a great person to work with & 
always giving her time to help the students. 
Congratulations! You deserve iti - Ermma Martin 









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Berkowitz 



V/hat 1$ Your Most 
Memorable Moment Of 
Living In Berkowitz? 

Jessica Kiefen "Receiving A Vicious Ransom 
Note For My Little Piggy. " 





First Floor- Top to Bottom, Left 
Right- Dawn Papciak, Jen Pane, Lii 
Musi. Nancy Nixon. Tara Grady, i 
chelle Christy. Nakaela Bland. / 
Marie Frederick. Katrina Ertl. RebC' 
Castor. Jill Reuter, Heidi Faller. 
chelle McBride, Maria Dimopou 
Joanie Thomas. Pamela Blodgett. I 
ra Murphy. Nicole Wright. Sh 
Chase. Stephanie Gargula. Rebe 
Wilcox. Cathy Biancardi. Jen Fe 
(RA). Sandi Olney (RA). Elizab 
Mensing 




Second Floor- Top to Bottom. Left 
Right Carrie Hoy. Michelle Ledge! 
Beatrice Hurrobin. Nichole BozlinI, 
Robin Bureman. Miranda Hoefler, fc 
chelle Upton. Jodi Drake. Kristin 
Clair. Amy Welker. Danyele Pino, I 
lyn DeJesus. Charlene Metzger. N 
ion Van Auken. Becky Duma. Lake 
Wright. Stacy Vascavage. San 
Penglase. Melissa Patterson. Kristi 
hula. Sylance Spence. Net Savoy. K, i- 
leen Monahan. Diane DiBui. Hilda I"- 
rocal. Rebecca Norman. Mich t 
Freund. Caryn Dougherty, Suanne i 
dek. Charlene Tokheim. Melanie I- 
kiewicz. Tracey Gillespie (RA). Sri 
DeBacker. Deborah Glicklich. Kris * 
Betts. Sharon Adams. Susan Grei r 
Clarece Kernck, Martha ReicH 
Carly Soden, Chrissy Sipe (RA) 



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Opposite Page Top-Sue Weaver was trying to study before she was so rudely interupt- 
ed. Top Left- Guess what Berkowltz girl is hidden under this ugly mug? (HINT initials 
A.F.) Top Right- Berkowitz decorates for every holiday. Middle Right- Sue Sladek looks 
too happy to be calling home. fe^f-Michelle Christy says hi and smiles pretty for the 
camera. Above- These second floor girls are Melissa, Becky, Michelle, Sue, Hilda, and 
Joanne. 



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Goldman & Elson 



What 1$ Your Most 
Memorable Moment Of 
Living In Elson? 

Butch Snaefer: "Water Fights. Shaving Cream, 
Thursday Nights, And Nesa '93.'!!" 





GOLDMAN- Top to Bottom. Left i 
Right- Robert D'Amlco. John Hirll 
Rich Woodring, Chris Wojiechows 
Rocky. Chip Molesworth. Erik Piose 
Mike Hughes. John Patterson. Dav 
Klosinski. Hiep Luong, Dustln Heet. 
Rob Hughes (RA). Tim Landis. Geor 
Glattes. Tad Dalgewicz, Jim Bitt 
Shawn Hangier 



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ELSON- Top to Bottm. Left to Rig 
Adam Vance. Scott Youse. Tom f 
ley, Jeremy Shans, Jabe Warrll 
Adam Snyder (RA). Mike HanilJ 
James Baine. Rob Hick, John Laffer.' 
Glen Swietzer. Brian Chapman, Rar'' 
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Opposite Page Top Carl Snyder walking 
through Elson. Top Left- Can you believe 
this IS the crew that renovated Gold- 
man's Lounge? Top Right This Goldman 
boy tries out the new ping pong table. 
Above Ed Wolford is just hanging out in 
his room. Far Left-Scon P'Amico and Rob 
Hughes are happy that it is there senior 
year. Left Tom Farley looks like he is 
quite comfortable. 






Barness 



What Is Your Most 
Memorable Moment Of 
Living In Barness? 

Wendy Jesiolowski: "The Night Jill Edwards Fell 
Over The Glass Recycling Container." 





First Floor- Top to Bottom. Left) 
Right- Heather Murray. Kim Nel; . 
Laura Kane. Jen Pardee. Sarah Ma 
Diane Ott. Heather Kerr. Chri/ 
Peak. Christine Buczek, Chark; 
Walker. Heather Labenz. Jill Edwaj.. 
(RA). Wendy Jesiolowski. Kim Evj 
Renee Corcoran. Carolyn Gre 
Amanda Peak 



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Second Floor- Top to Bottom. Left 
Right- Jeanine Trubac. Jennifer 
lowsky. Jennifer Bartlett. Sharon H 
ish. Karen Callahan. Christina Fai 
Mary Ann Henry. Patty Connelly. Ji 
Cappello. Lisa Williams. Michelle M 
genrath. Jennifer Reminger. Ka' 
Bernhard. Tanya Petry. Vicky Wa 
Jennifer Grover. Leigh Ann Pe 
Cyndi Long (RA). Joanne Snouf 
(RA). Michelle Infante (RA). HeatI 
Lowe. Serena Mungiole. Lorie Ad 
lane, Cindy MIeziva. Andrea Rink, 
chelle Kerdman 



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Opposite Page Top- Joanne Snouffer be- 
came Barness' second floor R.A. during 
the spring semester. Far Left- Shelly 
Chase smiles for the camera. Left- Mi- 
chelle Infante graduates this year. She 
was the R.A. of Barness for the past two 
years. Below- Jen Reynolds, under her 
breath, is saying "I can't believe you guys 
are taking a picture, I am going to get 
even!" 



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Cooke 



What 1$ Your Most 
Memorable Moment Of 
Living In Cooke? 

Jeff Mc Govern-. Leaving!!! 





First Floor- Top to Boltm. Left to Rig 
Boris Loncarevlc. Chad Rubinson. E 
an Flanad, Kris Beisswanger, J 
Buck. Don Egan. Robert O'Toole (R 
Jeff Welsh. Adam Kaplan. Jon Geig 
Mike Hucbshman. Mike Prokopch, 
Chris Ruppert. Byron Sleugh 




Second Floor- Top to Bottom, Lei 
Right- Don Nelson. Matt Doughcy 
Jason Gibbons. Joe Dishler. Rody 
Anderson. John McHugh, Laurts 
Garnant. Frank Goldramp. Carl <■ 
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Far Left- Travis Werley is being a good 
student and actually a student, fe/f- Rod- 
ney Anderson must not be feeling well, he 
IS studying tool Boltoni Left Steve 
Grueber was feeling some school spirit 
over Homecoming weekend. Below- Is 
this a big bad biker dog or whal? Bottom 
Right Jay Grimes is en|oying Club Night. 



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Alumni, Miller, & President's 



What 1$ Your Most 
Memorable Moment Of 
Living In President's House? 

Cathy Biancardi: Definately Dave Binder. That 
Was The Most Excitement This House Has Seen 
All Year! 





ALUMNI- Top to Bottom, Left to Right- Angela Allen (RA). Colleen Smith. Crystal MILLER- Top to Bottom, Left to Right- Karen Geib. Gladys Hodge, Denise Keh| 
Oellig, Linda Hung. Doris Metzger, Lorie Fuerie, Jacqui Lorenz, Jen Erway Angela Allen (RA), Angela Vincent, Kara Olsen, Melissa Siore, Cindy Blacks^ 

Lynne Dieomizio. Jenn Forscia. Elise Glazer 



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Far Left' Jenn Forscia is enjoying Home- 
coming weekend. Left- Jen Erway is hav- 
ing fun gambling away fake money at Ca- 
sino Night. Bottom Rigfit- Cindy 
Blacksion smiles for the camera. 




SIDENT'S HOUSE- Top to Bottom, Left to Right- Robin Beck. Denise Prickett, 
;ta Helrick, Lenise Churchville, Cathy Biancardi (RA) 




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First Row- Aaron Noorisian. Ken Vasquez, Mike Ghiggeri, Greg Blown. John Pecore Second Row- Rob 
DeFiglio. Bill Strock. Robert Carlson. Timothy Hickey. Brian Jordan. R.A. Ron Trombino. Michael 
Mancino. R.A. Bill Riedell Third Row- Tommy Zavarski. Eric Sechler. Bill Miller. John Karavas. DAn 
Cormican. Lee Yager. Baka Malitz. 





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Kochonski. Carey Mignogna. Brenda 
Lori Heybach. Jackie Ekhardt Second 
Elen Carney. Lisa Dotts. Holly Will 
Amy Webb, Tricia Geuthers, Amy Hoi 
Mary Kates. Maria Zuglino Third Row- i 
Kingsworth. Shannon Ceccoli. Hope 1 
Kelly Hartsell. Jen Ormond. Beth S 
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Bethkc, Craig Posey. Mike Latronica. Sec- 
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Sweeney. Chris Stopper. Jon Wenner. Steve 
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Top (o Bottom. LEft lo Right. Standing. Todd Search. Tim Hallam. Floyd Buffmgton. Stacey Zirkle. 
Rick Bruce (RA) Mary Ann Zolack. Krista Schramm. Melissa McCogg. Christie Conaway. Meredith 
Peters. Heather Manning. Seated- Chuck Perkins. Ron Heffner. Justin Otten. Miranda Hufe. Susan 
Holland. Diane Dodin. Sarah Jindal. 





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"A Cartoon Festival" proved to 
be a giant success with floats con- 
structed by several clubs featuring 
everyone from Flower and Puff the 
Magic Dragon to Snoopy. 

Agronomy stole the show this 
year taking first place with their 
float and their candidate, Jennifer 
Seidel. being crowned Homecoming 
Queen. 



Top Left- Marl< Sharkey and a friend en 
joy a refreshing drink during the football 
game. Top Right- Mike Hughes shows his 
mother how much fun Del Val can be. 
(mike, his mother. Sharon Adams. Mau 
reen and Chris Betts.) bottom Right- ^my 
Welker and her escort ride in high style 
through the parade for NAMA. 




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Middle right Zeta's Chi annual car smash 
draws a large number of onlookers. Lower 
left- Twanna Shellon and her escort wait 
patiently for the parade to begin. Lower 
middle The Landscape Nursery Club def- 
initely looks sharp with Fievel in the 
front. Lower right- Scott D'Amico shows 
the DJ how tooperate a party ball. 




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Upper Left Rodney Anderson certainly 
dresses up for the occasion, upper right 
These folks know how to party and who 
to parly with. Lower left Waiting expec 
tantly (Mike Nunzio Ward and Tabatha 
Haubbold). ZX party animals. 





Top The alumni are back. Middle left- 
Alice and Stephanie head the cheerlead- 
ers. Middle right More Alumni to re-live 
past memories of Del Val. The best Grand 
Marshall, Mrs Pommel 






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le 1993 A-Day has been dedicated to Mr. 
iph E. Fulcoly, Jr. He passed away on 
i:h 24. 1993 at Doylestown, Hospital, he 
65. This year would have been his 44th 
;iy. 

e Fulcoly enrolled in the college's Poul- 
Husbandry major, graduating with his 
iielor of Science degree in 1950. As a 
ent Joe was active in the Varsity Club, 
ntercollegiate Poultry Judging team and 
ed in intercollegiate Football and Base- 
for the Aggies. He was employed for 36 
s at Del Val beginning in January, 1957 
n Assistant to the Dean of Students, 
culture Teacher and Assistant Football 
:h. From 1965 to 1972 he was Dean of 
ents and in 1973 became Director of 
ent Counseling and the Summer Employ- 
t Program. From 1989 to present he was 
)ciate Dean of Academic Services. 
>r years the President of the college 



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Hard To Believe 

In A Delaware 

Valley College 

Without Him, 

He Loved This 

College, It Was 

His Second 

Home, 



asked Mr. Fulcoly to be the advisor of A-Day 
Committee. To increase student participa- 
tion in A-Day, Mr. Fulcoly persuaded the 
Cirriculum Committee to give half a credit 
per semester for those students that dedi- 
cate themselves to A-Day and seri,ved on the 
committee. He had also been instrumental in 
establishing an A-Day Scholarship for the 
outstanding student(s) that give 110% to A- 
Day. 

The A-Day Committee celebrates the life 
of Mr. Joseph E. Fulcoly by being the best we 
can be. He was not only our Advisor but 
someone who showed us through his dedica- 
tion and hard work the true meaning of giv- 
ing more than you receive. He taught us also 
to take pride in our accomplishments. 

It is our honor that we. The A-Day Com- 
mittee, have named our scholarship in loving 
memory of Mr. Joseph E. Fulcoly, Jr. 



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Lower Left- a display of some ( 
cows. Lower Center- Eric Reiter 
I vertises A-Day in his hair. Low 

4-,|lj^ President West shows off his D\ 
Lower Middle- Glen Canterbury 
supports A-Day with his OXE bi 



A' Day 1993 



A Day look place on April 24-25. 1993 S had over 80.000 guests In attendance. 
Upper Left' Richard Woodring & Pamela Blodgett Class of 93 A-Day Oueen 
Nominee stroll with Jill Reuter i, Shawn Miller A Day King Agronomy Nominee 
down Alumni Lane. Middle Left- Bill Reidell o Tracey Gillespie walk in suspense. 
Middle- Rodney Anderson 6 Kim Cooper are finalists. Middle Right Shawn Reld 
fe Jenni Hansell represent Class of 94. Lower left- Kevin fe Clorece are presented 
to the crowd. Lower middle- And the queen Is Christine Portman. Lower Right- 
And the king Is Bob O'Toole. 




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Upper Left- Joe (Benas) O. wonders why is up so early? Middle Top- This 
student shows off his Goldman pride. Upper right Carole Doyle shows 
Sharon Montanye's daughter off. Middle- more of DVCs finest Holsteins. 
Middle- Jill Reuter demonstrates how to climb a tree properly. Middle Right- 
Rhonda H. tastes Theta's pizza. 



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A'Day 1993 




Upper Left- Rebecca eats 
cotton candy that the fac- 
ulty made. Upper Right- 
Travis Werley cooks for 
NAMAI Lower Left- The 
cheerleaders shuck corn. 
Center Page- Popeye 
Schreidel grills burgers for 
Zeta Chi. Lower Rlght- 
Scott D'Amico § JennI Han- 
sell baked potatoes for 
Class of 94. 



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Upper Left- Diston displays his affection for his pigs. Mid- 
dle- Adam Snyder helps out in the petting zoo. Upper Right 
Nicole Wright gives the small children pony rides. Lett 
Center- Omega Chi makes funnel cakes. Middle- The best 
of DOC'S honey. Lower Right- Paul Hahn demonstrates the 
fireman's safety. 



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Upper Left- Brain Hemmingway an expert pizza maker. Upper Right- 
Manny. Moe, & Jack, middle OINK, OINK. OINK. Middle- PVC stu- 
dents sell plants. Lower Left- Kat, Wiley. Carrie test drive the tractor 
equipment. 



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. . . Dave 
Binder . . . 
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The absolute SAC event of the year, Dave Binderl Nothing ever stops DVC Students from this concert 
happening. This year not even the RAINI The traditional concert at Lake Archer, moved this Spring to Lake 
APR. Dave Binder is known for his renditions of James Taylor, Jimmy Buffett, and Billy Joel, always a Del Val 
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Left to Right- The Work Hall girls par- 
ty on with Dave. Center- Dave Binder 
getting sown with DVC. upper right- 
A group of true diehards. right mid- 
dle- Tony Ventresca ^ Pam Blodgett 
dance awayl Bottom- These under- 
classmen are amazedll 




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Upper Left- Jen Misko 
shows off her Elton John 
Spltit. Lower Right- 
Nunzlo. Ronnie enjoy 
the SAC concert. Lower 
left- Becky % Marci 
smile for the camera. 




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Annemarie Frederick. Dawn Papciak, Stacey 
McWilllams, & Dawn DePasquale display 
their roses. Middle- These groupees enjoy 
Elton. 



Lower Left- Lisa, Angel fe Muff say Hellol This group looks like thier 
never leaving. Elton John impersonator is awesome. 



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Upper Left- Matt Cheeseman 6 Kat Rosij- 
ford what a cute Couplel Upper Right- 
Richard Woodring deals out a few hands. 
Center- Matthew Fricker gets serious 
about poker. Middle- Jim Carol & His fabu- 
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Upper Left= Jim lets the crowd in on a tew 
secrets. Upper Right- Jen Seidel 6 Kevin Viersma 
Middle- Paul Hahn makes a serious play. Scott 
D'Amico 6 J.J. Erway are dealing for Roulette 



Jell-o Mania 



Jello Mania came to Delaware Valley College on Oct. 7, 1992. For 
two hours, students relieved tension and stress. It was an evening of 
excitement and challenge for all. Approximately three hundred stu- 
dents attended and rallied on their peers. There were individual 
matches for the guys and gals as well as team matches. It was 
something new for DelVal and don't wrestling in the ooze will return 
again. 




Right: Justin and Baka- I GOT YOU BABEI 
Below: Michelle Christy and her compe- 
tion gettin' down and dirty. 






Top Left: Do these guys look like they're 
concentrating too much or whati Top 
Right: Rick Bruce- Jello Wrestler or G.I. 
Joe? far Left: Lisa Melveney- "Did it just 
go where I think it just went?" Left: Isn't 
that how you make wine? Bottom: Lisa 
thinks about her upcoming match. Anne- 
Marie can't believe what she just saw. 
and Dawn has just been slimedl 



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Upper right Paul Schneider and Tina De- 
menezuk are this year's co-editors of the 
newspaper. The Ram Pages has come a 
long way since last year. Above: Poster 
boy or business representative? Jonathan 
Geiger tries to recruit people for the 
Business Club. 




Rampages- Top to bottom, left to right: Thomas Alberts. Chris Albln. Tracy 
Thrapp, Kevin Scopa. J.J. Erway. Tara Sztubinski. Christopher Patzke. Terry 
McAnally, Timothy Vost. Shannon Murphy, Cindy MIezlva, Paul Schneider. Tina 
Demenezuk, Mellissa Flore, Caryn Derr- Daugherty. Charlotte Walker. 




Outdoors Club- Left to right: Greg Bruner, Cerrle Nutto. Chuck Lanard. Chnsi 
Holeman. Chris Lotano. Craig English, Dawn Robinson. Jenn Orlowsky. Cynd 
Long, Angela Vincent, Jen Hubbard. 




Business Club- Top to bottom, left to right: Jonathan Geiger. Chris Albloi 
Richard Woodring. Brian Taylor. John Miller. Todd ?. Sandy Plait. Jackie Kangai 
?. Paula Rodgers. 



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)ay Commitlee- Top to bottom, left to right: Adam Vance, Dan Shoemaker, 
ch Schaeffer. Shawn Miller, Chris Wojciechowski, Rodney Anderson. Paul 
vn, Eric Sechler, Jim Craft, Jessica Edwards, Kim Manser, Lisa Williams, 
le Wetzel, Wayne Hessinger, Stephanie Quinn, Karen Callahan, Deb Glicklich, 
It Dougherty. Tricia Geuthers. Melissa Miller. Tara Grady. Sue Weaver. Amy 
Iker. Heather Lobenz. Brent Blickensdifer, Crystal Oelhg, Samantha Ci- 
icki, Robin Boreman. Jim Kuntz, Jen Orlowsky, Adam Snyder, Kelly Hartsell, 
nica Dell, Craig English, Jackie Eckhart, Mike Ward, Scott Youst. James Bane, 
irey Diehl. Matt Martinez. Margaret Wolters. Michelle Infante, Jill Edwards. 




est Club- Left to right: Justin Geiger. Ron Ferissi. Boris Loncarevic. John 
th. Dr. Allison. 



Left: Is it really that bad. Michelle? Mi- 
chelle Infante and Jill Edwards are two of 
this year's A-Day officers. Below: Do 
these four look like they can run A-Day 
weekend? Jay. Matt, Audrey, and Ben try 
to enlist more help for their committee. 
Bottom right: Dr. Allison pits his brain 
against a student during a chess game. 











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ler Club Council- Top to bottom, left to right: Jen Hubbard. Sarah Malloy, Ben Rakus. Malt 
ariinez. Justin Lawhead, Jay Grimes. SueSladek. Jim Craft, Cheryl Schramm. Brad Morris, 
ny Welker. Travis Werley. Dustin Heeler. Chris Nace, Cindy Long, Shannon Murphy. Rick 
uce. 




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Left Hmm What should I paint next? Mike 
Ward carefully paints his pumpkin for Hallow 
cen. Below: Isnl this fun? Mike (Nunzio). Bill, 
and Mrs. Frick love getting their pictures taken 




tudeni Activities Committee- Top to bottom, left to right Caryn Derr Paugherty. Tee Yec 
oon, Cherie Nutto. Jen Duran. Rob Dello Russo. Paula Musi. Scott DAmico, Justin Lawhead. 
lolly Williams. Carey Mignogna. Amy Gould. Danielle Higgins. Cindy Blackston. Lisa To 
lascik. Angel Wenner. Mike Hughes. Baka Malitz. Becky Durna. J.J. trway. Stephanie 
ieruta. Demetri Kengas. 



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far Top: Amy Welker and her escort pre 
pare to represent Nama in Homecoming 
parade. Aboyje Brian Redfern, Jennifer 
Misko. Jen Feeley, and Kelley Hartsell 
represent the Bio. Club at Club Night. 
Right: Dr. Avery and a student at the 
NAMA table. 




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Biology Club-ie^f to Right: Jen Reminger. Sarah Maloy. Kelley Hartsell, Monica 
Dell 




Biology Club- Top to Bottom, left to Right: Steve Lacomis, Jennifer Misko. HoHU 
Kochanski. Brian Redfern, Jen Feeley. Rob Adamski 



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emistry Club- Top to Bottom. Left to Right: Steve Lacomis. Jeff Brodwell. Matt 
eesman, Jen Hubbard, Cindy MIeziva, Melissa Fiore. Clarece Kerrick 



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jronomy Club- Top to Bottom. Left to Right: Jenn Cidel. Cheryl Schramm, 
lawn Miller, Shannon Murphy, Jim Craft, Kevin Viersma, Will Carlisle, Greg 
eckraut, karen Callahan, Rachel Howe. Dawn Robison, Merideth Peters, Tracy 
wis. Ken Harman 




Left: Jim Craft and Sean Miller pose to- 
gether at Club Night. Below Cindy MIe 
ziva. Matt Cheesman, Jeff Brodwell. and 
Pr. Orr of the Chem Club smile pretty at 
Club Night. 




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Top: It's Caesarl Erica and Todd from 
Block and Bridle Show off the school mas- 
cot in the Homecoming Parade. Above: I 
think he's got iti Tracey and Rick are both 
officers of the Pre- Vet Society. 



Pre- Veterinary Society- Top to bottom, left to right: Susan Greiner, Amy H> 
ford, Melissa Patterson, Susan Holland, Miranda Hufe, Pam Bennett, Dom 
Dzienisiewski, Kristen Kemper, Sarah Jindal, Patty Link. Melissa McCagg. fJ 
chele Freund. Karen Callahan, Matt Dougherty. Don Nelson, Jenn Orlowsk 
Renee Corcaran, Michelle Ledgere, Beth Stack, Rick Bruce, Kevin Scopa, Traci 
Gillespe, Craig English, Denise Kehm, Tom Alberts. Jr., Mary Ann Henry. 




Future Farmers of America- Top to bottom, left to right: Mr. Claycomb, Kar 
Callahan, Randy Coover, Bob Nick. Tom Farley. Glenn Switzer. Betsy Voi 
Kimberly Cooper, Steve Dietrich. 



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line Science Organization- Top to bottom, left to right: Kate Kame, Vicki 
unt, Mary Kate Bukowski, Noelle Karol, Laura Watkins, Heather Loew. Patty 
1 Adder, Holly Kochanskl. Kristina Faust, Chrissy Marasalla, Alice Kline, Misty 
dfree. 



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■ck and Bridle- Top to bottom, left to right kim Nelson. Kiin tvans. Wendy 
ilolowski. Tim Mears, Danyele Pino, Amy Welker. Jessica Keifer, Jen Reyn- 
Is, Mr. Gilbert. Sharon Harnish, Erica Shick, Tara Grady, Butch Schaeffer, 
stin Heeter, Jamie Welch, Travis Werely, Beth Stack, Chris Wojociechowski, 
dd Hofaess, Deb Helverson, Steve Deitrick, Kim Manser, Michelle Kerdman, 
drey Deihl, Shelly Chase, Karen Callahan, Mike Hensel, Bob Bauer. 




liry Society- Top to bottom, left to right: Adam Vance. Jamie Welch, Nicki 
zlinski. Brian Chapman, Steve Deitrick, Tom Farley. Tracy Thrapp, Donna 
etterly. Michelle Kerdman, Butch Schaeffer. Bob Bauer, Brian Jordan, Gene 
etzel, Mike Hensel, Baka Malitz, Glen Sweitzer, Lee Palmer. Brad Maxwell, 
rame Schans, Adam Snyder. John O'Neil. Dave Good. Audrey Deihl, Willie 
eney, Bob Nick. Sharon Harnish. 




Top right: The Equine Science represen- 
tative parades for the Homecoming 
crowd. Above: What are these two up to? 
Baka Malitz and Matt Martinez represent 
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Band- Back to front, left to right: Jessica Queripel. Carey Mignogna, Robir 
Boreman, Tom Sperry. Mike Schaeffer, Terry McAnally, Greg Grimes (Director) 
David Titus. Craig English, Michelle Mulholland, Brendan Lederer, Jennifeij 
Melissa Smith. (Not pictured- Jim Miller, Boris Lonceravic. Melissa Belles). ; 



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Left: Are we having fun yet? Christy, 
Heather, and Carolyn represent Christian 
Fellowship. Below: How high can you go? 
Chorale presents a selection from Les 
Miserables. 




Nristian Fellowship- Back to front, left to right: Adam Snyder. Mandy Peak, 
eather Murray. Carblyn Green. Crystal Oeihg. Christine Buczek. Glen 
veitzer. Steve Dietrich. Christy Peak. Chrissy Sipe. Donna Shetterly. Jennifer 
ansell. Krista Hutnik. 




ewman Club- Back to front, left to right: Chris Patzke. Sarah Maloy. Donald 
Jan. Kim Manser. Samantha Cichocki, Mrs. Busfield. Kelley Hartsell. 




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Right: Greg Marsich. John Hirth. Nancy 
Nixon. Linda Musi, and Scott D'amico 
guard the Lat Club table at Club Night. 
Below: Tara Grady and Danyele Pino en- 
joy themselves at the Equine Club Table. 




Equine Club- Top to Bottom. Left to right: Merideth Peters. Krista Scramm. Briai 
Harad, Mrs. Gilbert, Shanon Murphy. MaryKate Bykowski. Christina Faust 
Maryann Henry. Amy Welker. Karen Callahan. Nicole Wright. Danyele Pino, Tar. 
Grady 



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•al Society lop to Bottom, Left to Right Scott Bandies. Chrissy Sipe, Christa 
dlier. Samantha Cichockl. Carolyn Green. Kristine Kristoff . Rodney Anderson 




idscape Nursery Club- Top to Bottom. Left to Right- John Patterson. Joe 
>hler. Mike Vecchio. ScotI Dean, Jeff Bourg. Mike Harrington. Jon Najarian. 
vin Andrews. Jen Campioni. Evelyn De Jesus. Patty Connelly. J.J. Erway. Scott 
ndics, Chuck Bacon. Rodney Anderson, David DeFrange. Suanne Sladek 




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wticullure Society- Top to Bottom, Left to Right: Michelle Infante. Randy 
iffling. Eric Piascelli. Tim Landis, Jeff Botta. Heather Lebenz, Maryann Zolock. 
•Ily Behrens, Chrissy Sipe. Jill Edwards. Scott Yaust 




Far Top Landscape Nursery Club's Home 
coming participants, do you know who 
they are? Above Suanne Sladek. David 
DeFrange. Chuck Bacon. Mr. Ray enjoying 
Club Night. Below Jill Edwards and Eric 
Piascelli at Club Night. 



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Alpha Phi Omega- Top to boltom. left to rights Martha Riecheri. Clarece Kerrlck. Sa 
Sladek, Dave DcFrange. Cindy Blackston. Jen Orlowski. Mike Hecht. Matthew Cheesemar 
Jeff Broadwell. 




Top: APO. the service fraternity, tries to re- 
cruit more members. Above: Who are these 
two? Pam and Steve pose during the Homecom- 
ing game. Right: Don't mess upl Chris Nace 
carefully paints his pumpkin for Halloween. 




Rho Epsilon Kappa- Top to bottom, left to right: Lee Yager, Mike Ouinn. George Johnsoi 
John Walton. Corby Calazzo. Aaron Norrigan. Eric Sechler. Chris Nace. Steve Wagner. Jac 
Laffcrty. Mike Prokopchak. Dave Rosario. Ross Hill. Sam Londstrom. Mike Ward. Mik 
Stafford. Mike Ghiggeri. Russ White. Evan Walton. Rob Frank. 




Thcla Chi Sigma- Top to bottom, left to right: Rob Hughes. Mark lewis. George Glalte 
Scott Horoshko. Brian Hemmingway. Jeff Scott. Dave Klosinski. Glen Canterbury. Cra 
Higgs. 



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left Did that thing ever run? Zela Chi mem 
bers show off their handiwork during Home 
coming. Below Is the Dining Halls food that 
bad? Zela tailgaiers have a pig roast every 
year. Bottom right- Which one doesn't belong in 
this picture? Omega Chi is Del Val's first soror 
ity. 




la Chi- Top to bottom, left to right: Jason Minoff. Dan Brown, Jeffrey DiGivanni. Kevin 
sil. Ben Rakus, Mark Sharkey, Ian Luginbuhl. 



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mega Chi Sigma- Top to bottom, left to right: Jessica Edwards. Andrea Morrissy. Jessica 
ullin, Jill Hoffer. Wendy Orr. Colleen Jones. Jen Hughes. Melissa Manno. Jen Orniond. 
ckie Eckhart. Carrie Cavoita. Christie Portmann. Joanne Snouf fer. Paula Margay. Heather 
sil. Mary Ann Henry. 







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Club nite is a great way to introduce the variety of clubs that are 
represented on campus. It is the perfect opportunity for freshman 
to get involved in their areas of interest. They meet new people, 
make new friends, and become part of the social interactions that 
integrate the clubs as a major part of student life at Del Val. This is 
the best way for students to become part of the Del Val family. 



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The 1992 Delaware Valley C 
lege Field Hockey Team expe 
enced Its most successful si 
son to date sporting a l( 
record. The team had a big v 
VS Drew University beati 
them 4-3 in overtime for th 
first Middle Atlantic Conf 
ence Northeast Section win 
several years. The lady agg 
are young and even better p 
formances are expected in i 
future. Only two seniors grai 
ated so the core of return 
starters for the 93 94 seas 
will be strong. The Field HocI' 
Team would like to thank 
college community for th 
support through out the seas 
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First row- Sylance Spence. Kate Flynn Captian, Amy Foliweiler-Captain. Julie Dolin, Middle row- Kim Evans. Jen Reynolds. Kristi 
cehula. Wendy Brandt. Kim Matzen. Karne Geib. Carey MIgnogna. Kim Patterson. Standing, Coach Fleisctier. Jenn Cann Goalie. Diane 
Voder. Gladys Hodge. Charlene Tokhelm. Dawn Papciak. Lori Agalane Serena Mungiolie. Cher Coleman. Ah Barbiche Goalie 




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Young Team Sets 
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Pass, Set, Crush, Win!!! 




Delaware Valley College's Volleyball 
had an optimistic season this year. The 
team started out with all good intentions 
looking for a winning season. Their Mid- 
dle Atlantic (MAC) Northeast Section 
play was very competitive against their 
comp editors. Del Val Volleyball, has a 
young squad to return for the new season 
of 1993. This squad should help to in 
crease the team's victory, vitality, and 
vibrance in the years to come. Coach 
Quinn. looking forward to next year's 
seasons team and for the students 
support. 



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first row. Hilda Paige Sergey. Paula Musi. Sharon Adams, Kristin Betts. Second row. Linda Musi. Vicky \l 

Crystal Oellig. Marcia Tsai. Third Row, Karena Diana . , , Krista Hutnick, Coach Quinn, Kyle Mgr. Searl 

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ball seasons, the Del Val che« 
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the players and fans. They !( 
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is very appreciated by the gj 
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by Co-captains Lisa Melven 
and Annemarie Frederick. Led 
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basketball cheerleaders are: Ju 
Cappello, Patty Connelly. Lai 
Murphy. Andrea Line. Stephai 
Kingsworth. Stephanie Beach, 
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(L. to *.>Shayon Gibson. Andrea Line. Rhonda Heffelfinger. Alice Stephanie Kingsworth. Middle row Danielle Morrison. Stephanie 
Beach. Brenda Path. Dawn DePasquale. Heidi l\aT-Bottom- Annemarie Frederick. Lisa Melveney Co- Captains. 




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The Head coach Alan Hedden was impressed with his 
young teams spirit and drive. They had a progressive 
season winning three games more than last season. 
With some of their senior players moving on, the un- 
derclassmen must pick up and push for a winning '93 
seasonl So, lets hope with the growing maturity and 
discipline a more successful team will elvolve. Go t-ight- 
Win! 




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BOTTA. J. 77 BOVARSKI, J. 62-CARSE. J. 7aCASILIO. T. 43 CEBULAR. J. 45-CEPREGI, B. 29CLIVER. M. 66 COMPTON. M. 52- 
COOPER. C. 92-CREA. J. 97-DELEON, A. 82 DERR. C. 88-DOUGHERTY. R. 85-DWYER. C. 21-EISENHART. A. 18-ERRINGTON, B. 73- 
EORMAN. S. 14-ERICKER. B. 94-GARRICK. S. 44-GILLEN. D. 90-GOLPCAMP. F. 68-GOTTSHALL. R. 23 HAHN. B. 64-HENDERSHOT. B. 
47-HOLLAND. M. 79 HOROSHKO. S. 32 HYMAN. J. 39 JENTSCH. A. 56 JOSCHNOWITZ. P. 25-KAIN. B. 36 KAMINSKI. C. 86- 
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M. 04-SGARRA. A. 69 SHAW. J. 89 SINCLAIR. P. 99 SMILEY, K. 02 SMITH. B. 71-STAMY. B. 41-STILES. N. 01 SWIFT. P. 42-THOMPSON. 
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Del Val starting there fi 
year under new head coach 
Manlove. Del VAI finished wit 
3-7 season defeating Albrig 
Lebanon Valley, and Wesley, 
nior Captain's Steve Wagner a 
Darree Bethke were apart o 
group of Seniors leaving Del \ 
M. Ambolino. S. Horosko, M. h 
land, J. Boyarski. B. Maynard, 
Smith, and B. Nolan. Del Val's 
fense was led by Sophomore 
Ray Sawage who threw for I,' 
yards. 8 td in the air and 1 ru 
ing Brain Fricker led the team 
offense. With over 1.000 ya 
and Jon Wenner led all receiv 
with 22 recepts with 383 yard 
tds on defense B. Maynard 
Garrick, B. Cain. D. Bethke 
McGlinchy, D. Gillen, were st. 
outs on a tough Del Val defer 



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The Aggies go for the ball and they 
. . . lose it! Natasha takes the lay up 
oh no she shoots and makes itil 
Dawn, lines up for the3 foul shot. 
And once again here comes Tasha 
for the steal 



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Lady Aggies huddle to victory. Kate Flynn warms up the 
winning pitch. Go ahead throw it . . . Paula Musi, looks 
down in despair. Joanie, gets the player at first and 
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Eleisher, ready to give her team the best she's goti And iheres the winning outi Look out that arm in 
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The DVC Faculty, promenades Into the 1993' Founders Day 
Ceremony. Mrs. Claudia Cornell receives the Staff Member of 
Year Award from President West. Congrats! on your retire- 
ment and many years of devoted service to DVC. 





Founders' Day, A Day Of Celebration, 
Honor, And Recognition To Many! 




Delaware Valley College was founded by Dr. Jo- 
seph Krauskopf in April 10. 1896 and he named it The 
National Farm School. In 1962, it became known as 
Delawaer Valley College. Founder's Day was started 
to honor Dr. Krauskopf every April. The college rec- 
ognizes staff, faculty. & students, who have given of 
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Pamela Blodgett fe Michael Ward are the winners of the 
Founder's Day Award. This is the first time ever that the 
award was given to 2 students. Middle- Justin Lawhead- 
Coordinator of Student Activities received the Student 
government Award. Student Government President Robert 
Hughes announces the winner. 




Left middle- The DVC Choir serenades usi Right Middle- 
Dr. Craig Hill announces the outstanding Faculty Member 
William Porter. Lower Left The first lime anyone has ever 
seen Nunzio and Pam speechless. 



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Mr. Ron Johnson, receives his award for 
X) years of service. Dr. Dimond is recog- 
nized for her nomination of the Faculty 
award. Paula Rodgers gives her best sing- 
ing vioce to the crowd. Carly Soden, 
shows the guests she can sing up a storm. 




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The Trip To Montego Bay, Jamaica 
Started On Marcli I2tli At 11:30 PM. In 
The Pub, The Seniors Started Off In 
Grand Style, With The First Ever All 
Night Social, They Decided To Party 
There Way To Jamaica By Staying Up 
All Night Then Boarding The Bus To 
Newark Airport To Take Off For 8 
Days/7 Nights Of Luxurious Jamaican 
Fun. The Place To Stay Was The 
Famous ''Bucaneer Beach Resort". DVC 
Seniors, Hit All The Hot Spots In 8 
Days And They Also Missed The 
'Blizzard" Of 93 While They Were 
There. Spring Break Was Definitely 
Enjoyed By All. Some Of The 
Highlights Were: Hanging Out At 
Corn wells Beach, Eating At The Pork 
Pit, 8 Days Out Of 8 For Jerk Pork, 
Chicken, Ribs, Bread S Of Course A 
Red Stripe, Jamaican Rum Punch, Rain, 
Negril S Cliff Diving, Ziggy Marley 
Concert Till 5 AM, Ochos Rios S 
Climbing Duns Rivers Falls, Sailing The 
Montrose II Snorkel ing And Trying To 
Drink The Boat Dry/I We Tried// And 
Of Course How Could We Forget The 
Deadend Bar And Beach, No Problem 
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Top Middle- the Seniors bid farewell 
to the Bucaneer S to Montego Bay, 
Jamaica. Bottom Middle- Nunzio, 
proving to be the American warrior as 
he climbs the falls. Top Right- Our 
fearless leader, is it "Paul or Mr. 
Schatschneider". showing all of 
Lasker how to relax & have fun. 




Top Right- Our favorite 
eating spot. Why not hit 
the pit? Middle Right- 
Andy Herbein & Sherry 
Bean take a stroll along 
the beach. Bottom 
Right- The natives con- 
verse about why DVC 
Seniors are tearing up 
the island. 



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Upper Left- Scott. Pam, Nancy. Sherry, fe Pam are showing their Jamaican spirit. Upper Right- Racquel & 
Jen try to get away with out buying jewelry from a native. Left- Jeff Scott 6 Mr. S. enjoy the saiL Middle 
Right- Brian (Muff) Burke says remember I will get even! Lower Right- Just think, we put that ice m our 
drinks. 



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Middle left- Mike Ward, reminds Scoti D'Amico what happens when 
you drink rum, you pass outi Andy Herbein offers Rich Woodring a P S 
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''College Turns What One Thinks 
Inside Out And Upside Down' 

'Agnes Scott 



On Saturday, May 22, 1993, The 9th Annual Commence- 
ment took place m the middle of DVC's beautiful campus. 
One quote that came to mind from a professor was; "The 
point of an education is to teach one to think". This is a 
day in all graduates minds forever and always. The Com- 
mencement speaker was Richard L. James Director of the 
Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education. Mr. James 
left the graduates with words of inspiration for them to 
carry on with them forever. Welcome to the Real World, 
says Mr. James. Class President Pamela R. Blodgett S 
Student Government President Robert Hughes spoke to 
their peers & used such phrases as DVC is the stem from 
which they grew, and never be afraid to fail. They wanted 
all of us to remember one thing, to never give up hope and 
keep trying until you have reached SUCCESS. 



Upper Middle- Richard James, the keynote speaker, 
leaves the graduates with words of wisdom. Upper Right- 
Paula Rodgers sings the national anthem officially opening 
the 94th Commencement Middle Right- Dante Perri & 
Brian Redfern march with joy to receive their diploma. 
Bottom Right- Dawn Papciak & Annemarie Frederick show 
off their flashy slogans to the audience. 




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Upper left- Cynthia 
Long proceeds with 
the flags of the na- 
tions. Upper right- 
"The Bio Parade" 




Middle Left- The only graduate without the the right cap- Matthew Martenas Middle Right- Michelle Infante. Cynthia Long. 6 
William Riedell. make a toast to SUCCESS. Bottom Left- Shawn Miller, bows for a moment. I can't believe it is over! Bottom Right- 
CLASS OF I993IIIIII 



. . , Outta Here!!! 




Upper Left- Melissa Manno. ponders. Will 
this ever end? Middle- Eric (Pitcher) 
Sechler is one of the first to receive his 
diploma. Bottom Left- Brian (Cliffy) 
Worth looks over DVC for the last time as 
a student. 



Bottom Middle Mrs. Bean congratulates Annemarie Freder 
ickl Center- President West declares the Class of 1993 official 
ly graduated. 



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Upper Righr- Manny. Moe. 6 Jack. 
Middle- These graduates stand up 
and get ready to graduate. Middle 
Right- Class President Pamela 
Blodgetl says, I'm ready to move 
on. . Bottom Right- All right the 
speaker can stop now. Were outta 
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—MARCI— 

CONGRATULATIONS! 

YOU ARE THE BEST! 

R. W.L Y. 

Rich 

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Grandpa 



BRENDA A. BROWN 

CONGRATULATIONS! 

We are very proud of you! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Julie, Mom-MOm, and Family 



Dear Cynthia Long, 

One of a parents greatest 
pleasures is to see a child 
achieve a difficult goal. You 
chose a path, set your goals, and 
obtained a firm foundation for 
the future. Your academic 
achievements and leadership 
qualifications are something else! 

We are proud to stand beside 
you now and forever. Thank you 
for being a very special daughter. 

Love, MOM S DAD 



IT WAS A LONG 

JOURNEY. 

WE'RE GLAD YOU 

FOUND THE RIGHT 

PATH 

CONGRATULATIONS. 

MIKE! 



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The future is yours at 
GRADUATION and may 
yours be a particularly 
bright and happy one! 
CONGRATULATIONS! 

MOM AND DAD 



Congratulations 

To The Class 

Of 

1993 



BEST WISHES TO THE 

CLASS OF 1993 

MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM 

F. HECHT 



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Dear Michael, 

You have worked very hard and 

have been through an awful lot 

to have this graduation. 

You have made me very proud 

and I have been blessed with a 

wonderful son. 

May all your dreams and goals 

be filled. 

Love and always, 

Mom and Princy 



Dear Scott, 

'Nothing left to do but SMILE, 
SMILE, SMILE' 

You've always shunned 
conformity and followed your 
own innervoice. Don't ever 
change that. 

We wish you the very best life 
has to offer. Remember always 
that WE LOVE YOU. 
LOVE, 

Mom, Dad, Gram, Pop, Den, Tara, 
Joe, Sue, Christopher, 3 Taylor 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Success and Happiness 
We are very Proud of you 
God Bless You 
We Love You 
Mom, Dad, S Kim 



CONG R A TULA TIONS! 
TO THE CLASS OF 1993! 



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Robert H. Riedell. President 



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Myrtle Beach, SC 29577-7219 



Phone or FAX: 
(803)347* 0440 



CONGRATULATIONS TO DAWN 

K. PAPCIAK 

THE 3rd of 4 , , . 

MAKES YOU WISH YOU HAD 

MORE . , , 

WE KNOW YOU'LL SUCCEED, 

AS YOU CONTINUE TO SCORE! 

TO OUR ASPIRING 

ACCOUNTANT 

FROM YOUR PROUD PARENTS 

WE LOVE YOU , . . 



Dearest Leann, 

May your life be all A "$ and you 
be as successful as you were in 
DVC 
Love, MOM 



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Jason, our Grand 
Champion 

Congratulations .... 
You did it your way! 
Love, Mom, Dad, 3 Eric 



CONGRATULATIONS! NICK on 
your successful completion of 
your Bachelors Degree, 
We are all so proud of you and 
we knew you could do it! 
MS, PATRICIA HILTON 
YOUR TEACHER OF 
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DAVE KLOSINSKI 

'Weasel" .... Congrats to our 
son and brother. Much success, 
good health and happiness in 
your future. The past 4 years 
have flown by and now are 
coming to an end. Good Luck in 
you new career. The best is yet 
to cornel! 

We Love You, 

Mom, Dad, Heather, Jeff, Sharon, 

Mark, Robin, Chris S Ralph. 





CONGRATULATIONS 
Jennifer Misko 

We are very proud of all your 

hard work and endless efforts of 

time 

For facing every challenge along 

your upward climb. 

You deserve this honor and the 

promises it brings 

You deserve a tomorrow full of 

bright and beautiful things. 

Follow your dreams dear 
daughter, seize, the moment, and 
look forward to a new beginning. 

Love Always, 

Mother S Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 
ROSANNE TINGER 

All your hard work has finally 

paid off/ 

Best of Luck in all your future 

endeavors. 

You are a daughter and a sister 

to be very proud of/I 

Love Always, 

Dad, Mom, John A. 



To Paul £ Schneider 

Your perseverance, dedication 
and maturity have led to this 
day. 

Your dues are paid; you now 
have something to build on. 

We are immensely proud of you. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, S Tammy 



CONGRATULATIONS Jenny Lynn 

You did it// success in your new 

career 

Love, Mom, Dad, Ed, Great Gram, 

Me-Me S Gram S Pop, 

We all love you// 



RON and DAVE 

'We knew you could do it/' 

Congratulations S Happiness 
In all you do/ 

Love, 
Mom S Dad 



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Dear Cathy, 

We're proud of you and we love 

you. 

Mom, Dad, Tom, S Shorty, 



Darren, 

You have made us vey proud of 
you on and off the football field 
at DVC, We'll miss #11 next year. 
We wish you much happiness 
and good fortune in the future. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, S Brad 




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Dear Suzette 3 Michael, 
We wish you both a 
lifetime of happiness. 
CONGRATULATIONS! 
Love, Mom S Dad 



Kurt, 

We are very proud 

of you. We have 

given you a good 

foundation now go 

, , , , go build a 

good life. 

Love, 

Mom S Dad 



Dear Don Borisoff, 
Sometimes it takes a 
little longer to achieve 
success. Jump shooters 
keep shooting. Sooner or 
later they go in. Once 
you succeed it was 
worth waiting for. We 
are very proud of you 
and love you very much 
Congratulations, 
Love, 
Mom, Dad, S Lori 



Jason, 

You've reached 
your destination. 
You didn't let 
anything stop you. 
Whenever an 
obstacle threatened 
to detour you from 
your path, you 
moved right over 
it. 

Congratulations/ 
Mom S Dad 



Way to go- 

'shroom 

Love, Mom S Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS! 
CLASS OF 1993 
THE MOVERS AND 

SHAKERS 

WAY TO GOlll 

Best of Luck Always , 



Mr, and Mrs, 

William F, Hecht 
Gregory B, Hecht 
Congratulations 

Uncle 'Pasta' 



PATRONS 

Dylan Loves Uncle 

Marc! 
For Marc, With 

Love S Pride, 

MOM 



Good Luck, Cheese/ 
Love, Steven S 
Pattey 



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For a Bright Future To . ♦ 



The MOVERS & The ShAkeRS of '93 




DELAWARE VALLEY COLLEGE 

Senior Class Gift Program 



Delaware Valley College 
Alumni Association 



The Day That 
Del Val Almost 
Went Boom!! 



With only a few weeks until semesters end. The Philadelphia Bomb Squad 
was called in to take away a plastic homemade bottle bomb. We can say 
that all was well and it was a false alarm. 




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the situation at hand. Bottom Right- Del Val administration. »i^Aam«.^A^' 










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p Left- The robot picks up the bomb. Top Right- DVC students await the news with the 
ibulance. Center- More Del Val students Center- Police block the gate. Lower Left- 
chael Hughes, delivers the mail. Lower Right- More DVC Sighseers. 



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On Friday March 26. 1993, The 2nd Annual Monopoly 
Tournament took place in the APR. Carole Doyle 6 
The Development Office put on a splendid affair for 
all to enjoy. Some of DVC students helping to raise 
money for the scholarship fund. 




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Redfern shov 
off his wealt 
Ronnie Trombii 
§ Pam Blodgc 
get competiti\ 
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Ward are goi 
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oly. Carole Doyle 6 Mrs. Dommel an- 
nounce the winner. And the winner is . . . 
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Remember: If at first you don't succeed, try, try, 
again until you do. Delaware Valley College was 
part of your success, DONl FORGET IT!