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Dear Class of 1986,
It is always a great honor and pleasure to have the
opportunity to greet the graduating class and wish them
Godspeed. Many long years of college and dental school are
drawing to a close and it is hard to believe that so much has
happened in that time. Each of you has grown in those years
into a health care professional entrusted with the life and
welfare of your fellow men and women. That is an enormous
privilege and responsibility but you will handle it well because
you have been fully prepared.
Professionally you have taken just the first step. You still
must attend to your continued education on a regular basis
so that you will advance and grow. Dentistry is not static.
Indeed it is changing with such rapidity that you will need to
work at staying up to date right from the beginning. This need
not involve expensive winter courses in Colorado or Florida.
It does involve keeping in touch with your colleagues,
attending local dental society meetings and at least one
national meeting annually. It requires real participation in
those meetings - not just registering and going off to see the
local tourist attractions. 1 hope that you will also stay in touch
with Loyola where the seeds of your professional success were
sown and where there is still a vast repository of knowledge
and skill available to you.
Finally, you must look to your personal life, to your
spouse, to your children, parents and friends. You have
probably neglected them somewhat these last few years. You
must make them a full part of your life and become a part of
theirs. We all know that professional success matters little if
you lost out personally. All the people in your life are important
but above all your family and your patients. Treat them with
care and consideration and you will be a success.
I wish you joy in your work, peace in your heart and a few
dollars at the end of the day. May the road rise with you and
the wind be always at your back. S. M. D.
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Aidan P. Stephens
Table of Contents
Loyola's V.I.P.'s 4
M.B.'s Sketch 9
Fixed Prosthodontics 10
Operative Dentistry 14
Removable Prosthodontics 16
Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery 19
Oral Diagnosis 20
D.A.U./Prev. Dent. & Comm. Health 21
Pediatric Dentistry 22
Biochemistry/ Microbiology 23
Dental Materials/Orthodontics 25
Pharmacology/ Pathology 26
Yearbook Staff 27
General Pictures 28
Class Composite 1982 34
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Loyola University V.I.P.'s
Father Raymond Baumhart, S.J., President
Rev. James Maguire, S.J.,
Richard Matre, PH.D., Provost
Rev. John Reinke, S.J., Chancellor
James Whitehead, Dean of Students, MCC
Michael Lambesis, Asst. Dean of Students, MCC
Loyola University V.I.P.'s
Dr. James J. Koelbl, Asst. Dean for Admissions
Dr. Rolley C. Bateman, Director of Clinics
Dr. Jerry 1. Hoffman, Assoc. Dean for Clinical Affairs
Dr. Marie C. Jacobs, Associate Dean
Fr. Gerald Grace, S.J., Chaplain
THIRD FLOOR STAFF
Mrs. Shirley Hanko
Joyce Casey, Joyce Qelardi
Katherine Kachigian, Mary Hudnal,
Norene March, Barbara Callahan,
FIRST FLOOR STAFF
Lynda Heal, Donna Movarro
Katrina McDonald, Elaine Boksa
Ann Rose Pechal
Sue Qerdzunas & Dr. Harris
Qina Gore, Patty Schoonover, Fannie Reed, Marge
Mary Jane Karsted, Diane Mood
LOWER LEVEL STAFF
Oreg Blanford, Matt Brysch, Mike Piiec
Delores Michael, Caroline Lloyd
Martin Land (Chrm.)
Boleslaw Mazur, (right)
James Petrie, (right)
Julie Dulski, Kathy Lawson
Hanne Sweetman, (center)
franklin Wein, Marshall Smulson
Keith Suchy, (background)
Marshall Smulson (Chrm.
Mary Ann Falcowski, Alan Klein, Linda Mick
Gary Taylor, Dean Politis
Donald Wiesman, frank Maggio
Kathy Brandstatter, Jessie Pumell
Alphonse Qargiulo Jr.
Joseph Keene (Chrm.
Steven Sega 1 1
Robert Lowe, Peter Hasiakos, Spencer Pullos
Cindy Jordan. Alfred Harris, (Chrm.)
Julia Wecrtman, Judee Marshall-Locke, Paul Lazazzera, James Nelson,
14 Ted Chrobak, Tom Miller
Vickyann Chrobak, William Stoffel
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iloysius Meszynski, Paul Lazazzera, Barry Qiovaninc.
Gene Pinta, Nicholas Umano Sr., Nicholas
Arthur Larson, Alan Plidetz
Angel Panelli, Mary Suranic
Roy McNitt, Dikran Leblebijian, Angel Panelli
ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY
Chris Qattuso, JoAnn Favia, Loise
Paul Kuo (Chrm.)
Lynda Hime, Chris Mrugala, Don Kalant, Jo
seph Karpinski, Ted Quiltz
Norman Wood (Chrm.), Mark
Michael Burns, Carla Orland, Sol
DENTAL AUXILIARY UTILIZATION
Diane Kozik, Ann Farej, Florence Myerson,
Linda Vemon, (background)
Prev. Dent. & Comm. Health
Kirk Hoerman, Edwin Qasior
Lynn Williams-Kruyger, Edward Rothman,
American Society of Dentistry for Children
William McElroy (Chrm.)
loannis Scarpa (Chrm.), Mary Ellen Druyan
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Andrew Chludzinski (Chrm.) Fixing His
Joe Hettema, Rick Balcerak, Michael Kiely, Adam Roszel, Joseph
Qowgiel (Chrm.) Qeraldine Qaik, Nicholas Brescia.
Charles Siraki (Chrm.)
Hal McReynolds, Chris Casten. Emily Mercer, Eugene Qrandel
Lewis Klappcr (Ch
Leon Laub. Joseph Solek, James Sandrik
James Sandrik (Chrm.)
Louis Blanchet, Douglas Bowman, Donald Doemling (Chrm.) Priscilla Bourgault, Molly
Patrick Toto (Chrm.)
1985-86 YEARBOOK STAFF
Co-Editor-in-Chief Steven J. nicorata
Co-Editor-in-Chief Robert J. Cabay
Layout Editor Anthony T. Chiodo
Copy Editor Kimberley M. Young
STAFF: Chris Baboulas, Ted Baer, Marguerite Barbagallo, Richard Brej, Kenneth Coffey. Maria Faklaris, Kim Gandhi,
Rebecca Hausten, Barbara Horowitz, James Javorski, Katherine Karalekas-Baboulas, Raffi Leblebijian, Suzanne
Schneegas, Maria Simon, Vesna Spasojcevic-Sutter, Douglas Tardugno.
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Tom, shut up and get in the car.
Dawn M. Arnashus
Thanks to my family and
friends for helping me through
the past four years. These
years have gone by very quick-
ly and I have a lot of memories
to look back on. 1 wish every-
one the best of luck in the
Chris J. Baboulas
I would like to thank my
mother for instilling confidence
in me for this long haul. I would
like to dedicate graduation to
my father, for he was my guid-
ing light of strength through-
out my years of schooling, I
would like to thank my darling
wife, Kathy, for helping me
through some hard times. To
Tom and Paul, my two part-
ners, through thick and thin, all
I have to say to you two, is don't
ever change, and who s buying
lunch today? And to the rest of
the Class of 86, good luck in
your future endeavors and may
god bless you all
Ted M. Baer
Thanks to my parents and fiancee
for all their love and support. Also, to
the Class of 86. for your humor, your
friendship, and for making this experi-
ence bearable, my heartfelt thanks.
Ferry Como popularized a song, the
first words being, "The bluest skies
you've ever seen are in Seattle.'' I'm
warning you, it's a lie!!
Gary P. Balas
1 would first like to thank my parents and the Weiss - all gave
me confidence for this endeavor. Mostly, 1 must thank my wife, Mary
Beth; through all hard times, you've been responsible for the happy
times and are most important in my life. I love you all.
Charles E. Balek
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Jeffrey P. Bernier
The best way to cure many of the ills of a partial denture
rosthesis is to anticipate the troubles which may be encountered
nd to change the conditions so that these difficulties never
appen. There is no way more sure of accomplishing this than by
ne intelligent use of the surveying instrument.
AMANDA 2 years old, "what a doll
Jan. 5th, 1986
Type 3 Canal
Michael H. Beto
My years at Loyola have been filled with many good times and, of
course, some bad. Overall I enjoyed my tenure here, met many good
friends, and worked with many good people in achieveing a quality dental
I hope to keep in contact with these friends and promise to invite them
to come out to my cattle ranch in Montana, the one I keep talking about,
The four years at Loyola required lots of time and effort, and without
the support and understanding of my wife, Diane, may not have happened.
Thus, I wish to acknowledge her contribution to my achieving a dental
degree from Loyola.
To everyone in the class of 1986, I wish the best of luck in their future
endeavors and good health.
Suzanne M. Bielinski
James E. Bishop
Before I entered dental school, I was told, "these will
be the best four years of your life, so enjoy them" and
"you'll look back at these four years and wish you could
start over again."
In reflection on this, I tried to find some brief instant
when this advice proved true. I could not. I couldn't even
come close. What I do remember are some great road
trips. So I'll rephrase these words of wisdom I was told:
"These will be the best four years of road trips of your
life." That sounds better to me. Ask me about these
pictures at our ten year reunion.
nancy O. Block
Kevin L. Boyd
"I wish to live deliberately to front only the essential facts oflife. I wish to leam what
life has to teach, and not, when I come to die, discover that I have not lived."
H, D. Thoreau
Richard P. Boyle
Jeep told me to stay out of his room.
To be successful you must stay abreast ... of
Mothin' gonna make me move
Richard J. Brej
Thanks to my patients
Thank you everyone! Kathleen, Mom, Dad,
Roman, Kasey, Alex, Angie, Joann, Phylis and
Donald Olsen, Dr. Marshall Smulson, Dr. C. Siraki,
Dr. R. Suriano, Dr. Quine, Dr. Dan Smulson, and
Special thanks once again to my lovely wife
Richard J. Brenner
)ining with my fiancee
Will the real Rich Brenner, please stand up!
Robert J. Brenner
The original cabbage patch
twins, (I'm on the right)
Kentucky Derby '84 - 1 don t remember
being there (just kidding)
Daytona Beach - Spring break '85, Where
Robert J. Bronski
Reasons to be Cheerful, Part III"
You were all great. If I could, Id buy each and everyone of you a can of Prarie Belt sausage.
But I can t, for they closed the Metro, the only supplier. I did buy a can for Sluggo, and he might
show it to you • if you ask real nice. He won't show you the contents (no one has seen that),
but he will show you the serving suggestion.
I offer a list of words and phrases. If one or more makes you grin, then good. If they leave
you with feelings of disinterest and digust, then I succeeded as well. Hang on, here we go: What
you mean I smell like can of corn, Dave?; It's a Dorsey; Mr. Brown, all clear; Cho-locks, Bad food
and their variations; The Turkey Story; power calves and the flyin' Hawaiian; Fat spin, fat toss,
and party mix; Pantomim Princess Margaret (scleorderma at its best); El Ferol; The House of
Italian Shoes; Doc and Joe Pelfrey s (If you've never been Pelfreyed, you ve never been here);
Are we going with you - OR WHAT -; That was a blast - let's do it again; Mrs. Klein - you wore
green so you could hide; Electric jello; He was found to be literally "stoneman "; Your sister is
a common bile duct; Tanks for de nothin!!; Moreltnies (They can kill you); Are we having fun
yet?; Two schools - left, right; Sedagives; The look of Henle; Piggy -I can't see you; Com is the
indicator; Ted's parrot; Did we get pyuned - OR WHAT?
I think that's enough - it does remind me of a story, though: One day 1 was sitting at home,
threatening the kids and I looked out the hole in the wall and 1 saw this tank drive up and one
of Dinsdale's boys gets out and comes up all nice and friendly like and says Dinsdale wants to
have a talk with me. So he chains me to the back of the tank and takes me for a scrape round
to Dinsdale's place. And Dinsdale s there in the conversation pit with Doug and Charles Paisley
the babycrusher, and a couple of film producers, and a man they called Kierkegaard who just
stay there biting the heads of whippets. And Dinsdale says to me. "Oh, you've been a naughty
boy, Clement and he splits my nostrils open, and saws my leg off and pulls my liver out. I said,
My name's not Clement and then he loses his temper and then he nails my head to the floor.
Oh, one more thing before I finish. How many cleidocranial dysostoses can you fit in a
Volkswagen? Let me know. "Bye.
David Q. Burros
I want to practice dentistry bach in
Arizona, where the winters are warm,
there is room for outdoor activities,
and there is a thriving population of
Robert J. Cabay
Thrilled about being a possible anterior
Very late one night
Is that my hair?
Minlan C. Chang
Anthony T. Chiodo
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Kirk H. Christensen
1 really can't think of much to say
that I haven't already said, and every-
thing else speaks for itself. Doesn't it?
Oh, I remember now! Despite all the
contradiction, inconsistency, ' JAGS",
and sleepness nights I really had a great
time here. Anyone who pays this much
and doesn't say that; has a far greater
grasp on reality than I. I intended to
reflect on past moments, but no. I have
a few unanswered questions:
1) If there's an axial wall and a pupal
floor, then what's a pupal wall (re;
2) Isn't the statement, If you file
don't fill and if you fill don't file,
3) How big is the "orifice'' on polysulfide tubes?
4) Why hasn't anyone brought the stinky janitor in the men's locker
room as an entry in the bad food parties?
5) Why isn't my patient here yet?
6) What does Gene, the Dancin' machine, have for wax anyway? Gene,
get a clue.
Thanx to the instructors who did more for me than just getting me
through here. You are few and far between. Your encouragement,
recommendations, and times spent listening to me is greatly appreciated.
You know who you are. Thanx again.
Special thanx to Mark Rappleye for teaching me everything I know
about lab stuff. Thanx to my father who provides spiritual and financial
backing. Thanx to Mom for the roof and refrigerator. Thanx to Mana. Kim,
and Annette who only want the best for me.
Good luck to everyone.
Douglas W. Coffelt
Even though the past four years have been enjoyable and full of wonderful experiences we
ouldn't trade for anything. We have all paid a high price for our D.D.S. degrees. We can only
3pe that we use them wisely enough to make them worth the trouble.
Moe, Larry and Curley
Kenneth W. Coffey
In the past few years we have been put
through what could only be described as a
"learning experience ". riot all the memories
I take from here will be noteworthy, but that's
life. Most of the time I was surrounded by
laughter, support and encouragement by
family and friends; for that 1 am grateful. I
would like to wish good luck to the Class of
Michael L. Connolly
Thanks to my family and friends for their love and support.
Scott W. Corry
I would like to thank the students, faculty and
aff of Loyola University School of Dentistry for the
>ur fun-filled years of wonderful experiences. Also,
would like to thank my family back in the wonderful
estem state of Utah for all of their support. But
bove all, a special thanks to Jill and McCall who
ept me going these past four years.
By the Way, what is a JAG?
Robert J. Covek
1 would just like to put down a few
words tojog some of my friends memories:
spectors. cafe du monde, beers at half Vail,
springing a drunk from jail. Comer pock-
et", prairie fires, lost in Iowa City, feather,
gun point in Chicago. Quarter Beers, Lem-
on Tree, ice tea party, watermelon seed
spitting contest. Fantastic Fowls. What is a
sun roof really used for at the Derby? These
words start me thinking of the good times
at Loyola. Best of Luck to All.
Elizabeth J. Covino
Michael A. Cozzi
Our past four years have been
exciting and challenging but, as
we all hope, worth every penny.
Good times and laughter have
helped us through the many
exams and lab work. I'd like to
thank Zl PSI PHI fraternity for the
closeness and brotherhood that
we've all shared. Go for it!
Brian C. Cross
We finally made it, and I don't believe we could have
done it without each other. I must also thank two other
people whom I love very much, without their encour-
agment and support I never could have made it. Thanks,
Mom and Dad.
Wayne W. Crutcher
Man's youth is a wonderful thing;
It is so full of anguish and of magic
and he never comes to know it as it is,
until it has gone from him forever.
Of Time and The River
Ah, excuse me doctor
Casey W. Dankle
Joseph L. Daw
Fred J. de la Cotera
Michael L. del Rosario
Hold fast to dreams
for if dreams die
Life is a broken winged bird
that cannot fly.
It's hard to believe how quickly the past
four years have gone. All of the friends,
experiences, and memories have made it
worthwhile. Good luck and much success to
all of my classmates - I wish you the best. I'd
like to extend a special thanks to my family
and my husband - you re the greatest! Thanks
for your patience, support, and driving force!
Neil F. DiSpirito
We have skied Rosignol,
Now give us Head! Vail, March 85
Jim Bishop and myself checking out the
scenery along 1-55 en route to Mew
Orleans Feb. 1984
High times traveling around the country
with Ed Kirsch Aug. 1983
Mom and Dad,
Thanks for making it all possible!
Timothy B. Dotson
ro my wife and parents who made
his possible and bearable. Thanks
My lovely wife, Sue
Casey, A dog without a
Dominik B. Dubravec
Dear Alicia, Mom and Dad, family and
1 owe my success during these years of
school to all of you. Thanks for all your
support and prayers. May the talents God
nas given me continue to develop and grow
:he way my love for all of you has.
Donald J. Dufour
How can I express gratitude for four
years of love and support from very
special people without making it sound
like an Academy Award acceptance
speech? Perhaps the simplest way is the
best. Thank you, with all my love, to
Mom, Claudette (sis), and my darling
Louise. Your encouragement, as well as
that of my close friends, has helped me
reach the final destination of this difficult
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1 want to thank all my family members
and friends for their patience and under-
standing. But most of all 1 want to thank my
fiance, Anthony, for his love and support
throughout my four years of dental school
Loren J. Feldner
Thanks Mom and Dad. You have been so caring,
patient, encouraging and loving from the very onset.
Without my family's support, this opportunity would
not have been possible. Words could never express
my true feelings of how much you both mean to me.
1 would like to wish the very best to my
colleagues through those enduring times. We cer-
tainly have been through alot together. Each and
everyone of us are unique individuals and must not
loose sight of who we are in our future role.
Music plays so softly,
a background of my life,
and old friend close beside me,
to lend a guiding light.
But for the ones whose journeys ended,
though they started so much the same,
in the hearts of those befriended,
bums a candle with a silver flame.
Phillip J. Fijal
1 could have never made it
through these past four important
years without the never ending sup-
port of my wife, Jan, and my parents.
The depth of my appreciation is equal-
ly never ending. I wish all my good
friends the best of luck in the practice
of dentistry and I look forward to their
Kim K. Gandhi
Certainly the game is rigged
Don't let that stop you;
If you don't bet, you can't win.
You never know how far you can
go, until you go too far.
Thanks to my family and friends
whose support made winning
this game possible.
Thomas K. Gavin
Dental school was a milestone
in all our lives. We could not have
made it without each other's help
and the support of our families.
Thank you all. Stay in touch and
John M. Green
John could be found during his four years always
helping other classmates. He had a good sense of
humor ... he needed one because Digger'' was the
only "Domer" in the 1986 class.
"Loyola has allowed me to grow as a person. In
fact I put on 20 pounds over the last four years.
Thanks Mom and Dad!
Ronald W. Qroleau
Brian R. Quldbek
Brad J. Hair
Teresa M. Hall
Joan M. Haluska
During the past four years I have made
many new friendships which will last a ver
long time. All the long hours we have spen
here at the dental school, it was so nice t(
look around and see someone you coulc
laugh and sometimes cry with. I would liko
to take the opportunity to thank all of mj
new friends, the instructors who have pu
in their time and effort, and most impor
tantly my Mother, my Father, and my sister
Julie, for all their support and understand
ing. Without these important people in mj
life, who 1 love and care about, I wouldn'i
have made it.
Rebecca S. Hausten
Stephen M. Heaney
May the road rise to meet you
May the wind be always at your back
May the sun shine warmly upon your
And the rain softly upon your fields
And until we meet again may Qod
Hold you in the palm of his hands
May Qod bless everyone and be with
Jeff H. Hembrough
5ears #1 - Bar none
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vital organs somehow
Michael T. Higgins
MaryAnn M. Hollis
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Barbara A. Horowitz
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Sheffield S. Hyde
Loyola Dental School
Friends . . . Hard Work
Hours . . . Faux Pas .
. . . Honors . . . Q.P.R.
Thanks to my Mom, my Dad,
and Sue for all of their support.
Without you, none of this
would have been possible.
James H. Javorski
With thanks to my parents, family and friends for their
time patience and support throughout my four years here
at Loyola. Mom and Dad you both have made many
sacrifices allowing me to achieve the goals I have set and
accomplished with my education - I love you both very
much. A special thanks to my fiancee, Jean, who has been
at my side throughout all this madness, both good and bad,
and 1 will always cherish that. Finally I would like to wish only
the best of what life has to offer to the Class of 86,
Lori K. Jurgens
The long-awaited time has come. Less
thanks to some, but heartfelt thanks to
others. The unholy triumverate - Lee,
Harris, Charlie, you preserved my sanity,
held a shoulder always ready, and were first
and loudest to reprimand where necessary.
As the song says, "without you . . ."
The parents. You gave me everything
I needed. Inadequate, but - Thank you. I
The road less traveled
The freedom of choice
the option to succeed
May the past give me the wisdom
to revel in the future.
Kenneth J. Kadziela
Thanks to my parents
Thanks to my friends
I was able to see it through to the
Glad to be done
Glad to be out
Please forward my mail via rural
M eh rack Kajian
Cathleen L. Kane
My four years at Loyola were filled with good times, unforgettable experiences, and special
close friendships. I'd like to wish the Class of '86 success, health, and happiness. To my parents,
who without their love and support, I would not have gotten through - THANKS, I LOVE YOU
MOM AND DAD -
- CONGRATULATIONS AND GOOD LUCK CLASS Of 86
Mark Q. Kaschube
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Richard P. Kazan
Marguerite H. Kelly
Dorie& Papa, thank you for being "Parents Extraordi-
naire" over these past demanding years and allowing me
to clutter you minds and house with Dental Paraphenalia.
Congratulations, it's over.
Donald Q. Kipper
Edward J. Kirsch
I would like to give special thanks to my family for all
the support that was given throughout school. I would
so give thanks to Dr. Qowgiel and Dr. Smulson for the
spiration and backing that they naturally give to us as
udents. Finally, 1 hope that all of the special people that
lave met here have good luck in the future and keep in
ne Kirsh Family. They all helped me get through it.
On you mark, get set, go for it!!!
High times across the country
with Neil D.
Jenise J. Kirsten-Vicari
Frank and Jenise at Open House before
Jenise; "I'm scared. I don't want to go!"
Frank; "Don't worry!"
nancy E. Klein
It was the opportunity of a lifetime
and an experience I'll never for-
Thanks for the memories!
Best wishes to all -
Helfried A. Kohlert
John N. Kontos
Once more you have shown your
loving and generous sentiments. I'm
exceedingly grateful, and hope you
are as proud of me, as 1 am of you.
Once again, thank you, Mom and Dad
Louis M. Korompilas
A night on the town with Mike and I.
I would like to thank my
family who supported and
guided me through these
four fun years of Dental
Here's Buddy Hacket D.D.5.
Dawn D. Kovac
Chris E. Krueger
If it wasn't for your obnoxious
sense of humor, I'm sure that I would
have dropped out of dental school a
long time ago. Someday we will look
back on some of the things that we
have gone through and laugh. I will
always remember, "I can't see!" in
Anatomy, memorizing Neuro slides on
your kitchen walls, waxing overlays
and crowns via the Krueger method,
xeroxing thousands of tests in the
library, recapitulating'' for boards,
and lunches at J.J. s. Thanks for being
my bridge solderer and for the pa-
tients. Remember: Don't ever move to
Berwyn, never wear polyester, and
always be tan.
Elizabeth M. Krylow
One of the most important things
1 have learned in dental school is
that no job is finished until the
paperwork is done.
David P. Lachajewski
1 don't know if it's funny, good or bad, but
the things I remember most about dental school
have nothing to do with dentistry.
Most obvious are the bands I've had the
pleasure of being part of. Though neither lasted
very long, they provided some of the most incredible experiences I've ever had. So, Joe B., Paul,
Cathy, Don, Casey, Eric, Len and Shef, and of course Buzzy, thanks for those days, they will
always be remembered. Less obvious to most are the things that happened to me and some
of my closest friends. Joe married the love of his life, Lynn, Len asked Kathy to be the love of
his life. I found the girl I want to be the love of my life, Pat. And finally Kurt, what can I say.
Everthing seems to come to him in its due time and Kurt, as most know goes with the flow. And
so, Kurt, good luck to you with your pedo residency and with talking Meredith Baxter Birney
into dumping David and going with you. Farewell L.U.
Kevin T. Ladesic
"If you think you are beaten, you are.
If you think you dare not, you don't,
If you like to win, but you think you can't
It is almost certain you won't.
If you think you 11 lose, you re lost
For out in the world we find,
Success begins with a person's will-
It s all in the state of mind.
If you think you are outclassed, you are,
You've got to think to rise.
You ve got to be sure of yourself before
You can ever win a prize.
Life s battles don't always go
To the stronger or faster man
But soon or late the man who wins
Is the man WHO THinfiS HE CAM!
- poet unknown
- napoleon Hill
Think and Grow Rich
Michelle Feldner Lancaster
"To make a great dream come true, the first
requirement is a great capacity to dream; the second is
persistence - a faith in the dream. Selye
Raffi K. Leblebijian
It has been four years, and at last we have established a career,
i profession. The main persons I can attribute this to are my parents,
vho stuck with me through thick and thin. If it weren't for them I would
not be here. There are not enough emotions or words to thank George
There are other people to thank as well, all my friends who I can
xust. Like two spies breaking into a secret safe, looking out for each
Dther, "don't be bitter, check for anesthesia, where are we going, ask
i question ask a question, rear delivery.'' I cannot forget my mentor,
check is in the mail'' and of course me "you look good, you feel
jood, you do good.''
t behooves you to know this:
fit doesn't work, who do you blame? The lab tech. Mitchner
f it feels good in your hands use it. Henneman
f you loose your ethics you lose everything. Land
rhe tears of gratitude dry quickly. Hogan "eh?" Quilitz
Know what I mean, know what I mean? Kiely
ley the tissue will come back. Dinga
A/hat you wax is what you cast. Lock
Come on. Hasiakos
"low do yuo get a 699 bur out of your eye? Morlio
You better learn your anatomy buddy boy. Kuo
William Q. Loutfy
Up until a few years before dental school,
I worked as a ranch hand on a worm farm. I then
tried my luck as an impersonator of famous
people. Here I am pictured after winning first
prize in the Raffi Leblebijian look-a-like contest.
I received several fabulous prizes including a
four year scholarship to the dental school of my
choice, complete wardrobe (e.g. cowboy outfit
pictured here), and a Lambourghini Countach's sport car. After finishing dental school, I plan on
making my way across the country performing in one handed rodeos.
In closing I would like to thank my parents, relatives, and fiancee (seriously); and also Don King
(aka thriller in manila"), Pee Wee Herman, Oscar Meyer (aka "my bologna has a first name"), Brooke
Shields, Hulk Hogan, Colonel Hogan, Colonel Sanders, Jimmy Buffet, Sawa's Old Warsaw Buffet, Frank
Clifford, Frank Necrosis, "Frankly my dear I don't give a damn (aka Clark Cable), Clark Gasoline, Clark
Kent, Kent State University, State Illinois • Building, and the producers, directors, and all the members
of motion picture academy for this award. Goodnight!
Michael K. Martin
A lot of people know that I'm not crazy
about the Midwest, but it certainly isn't
because of the people. It's open and
friendly here; so amazing how easily peo-
ple will welcome us into their homes. Mae
and 1 appreciate that very much, and we'll
definitely miss you. Take care, wherever
you're going, and may God always be with
Memories of trying to get preliminary impressions on metal models,
cavity preps on dentec teeth that turned out looking like bottomless pits
after "just trying to fix it up a little ", and thejitters of meeting with patients
for the first time. There were a lot of obstacles to overcome, and a lot to
learn, but it got done - somehow. I never could have done it without the
help and support of my family and my fiancee. I will always be grateful to
Michael P. McCafferty
It is very difficult for me to comment on four years of dental school in
just a few short paragraphs, so maybe it would be better ifl didn't try. Instead,
1 think I'll use this opportunity to say that I've met a lot of great people here
at Loyola and have made a lot of friends, several of which have become very
good friends. We've all been through quite a bit togther, but it's finally over
(or is it just starting?), and I wish everyone the best of luck with their future.
1 would also like to take this chance to thank my parents for all their
support, both moral and financial, during these years. Finally, but never last,
1 want to thank my wife Qeri. Without her, these last four years would have
been tougher than they actually were. She was always there when I needed
her and was very patient throughout. The diploma that 1 will receive is as
much hers as it is mine.
Thomas J. McDonough
John P. McNamara
1 am hopeful that long after the rigor and hardship
of dental school has been forgotten the many friendships
and great times are still a fond memory. I wish all of my
friends, as we go our separate ways, the happiest of lives
and greatest of success.
Alta E. Mekaelian
"Faith is the substance of things hoped for.
the evidence of things not seen.''
This is for my husband, family and friends for
giving me all the support and encouragement that
I needed to get through the tough times and for
being there to share the good times.
Anthony Q. Milazzo
"The best way to get wax off denture teeth is not to get it on in the first place.'' - F.P.
"Your days of wine and cookies are over!'' • l.S.
"If you send slop away to a laboratory you'll get slop back.'' - R.S.
"Steve, Marshall, I'm parched - get me some water." - F.W.
"Impact it with a moment of inertia. " - M.L.
"You're right, that certaintly wasn't the wisest thing to do." - J. M.L.
"I like to visit dental conventions and talk to MEM about dentistry." - R.fl.
Aw come on! Give me the slow speed." - P.M.
"Listen, women don't have high blood pressure, they give it." - S.Q.
"You do have Shem — fer!" - B.M.
"Sure I'll sign off the wax pattern but I'll tell you right now that it is destined for failure.
"1 know more about hydrogen peroxide than anyone else in the world." - A.Q.
"Hey . . . Like, bring that hose over here." - T.Q.
"I stopped bragging ten years ago." - Q.T.
"After doing this case, I hope you have learned something about instructor selection.'
"Get your hands out of your pockets. "- A.fl.
We re all in this togther. - A. P.
"This needs surgery." - M.G,
"Hey guys it's Me!" - A.C.
"I abhor that terminology - I think it's grossly unprofessional." - M.D.
"If I go down, you're going with me." - W. G.
"Marshall these people aren't stupid, they'll cheat if you give them a chance." - J.V.M.
When you see thyroid . . . Ha-she-mo-tos Thy-roi-di-tis!" • P.T.
"Doc, you'd be late to your own funeral." - P.D.
"How was the build up today." - S.K.
"Some dirt bags will come into your office, and you'll give them a syringe to irrigat with, and
they'll give it to their kids to use as a squirt gun." - G.S.
"I have no sympathy for you people. - L.K.
"1 know a lot of PHDs who call themselves doctors at social functions." - K.B.
"The purpose of the heart is to pump blood to the pulp. - M.S.
"Rami" - M.K.
These people have got to die somewhere. - S.S.
"That's high school xxxx, knock it off." - W.M.
"Just take off a hair . . . and I think we all know what kind of hair I'm talking about. - R.B.
Christopher E. Mohler
Brian T. Moore
Janet L. Mullan
Dean J. Murphy
I would like to say a special thanks to my
Mom and Dad who have made these last four
years possible. I wish the best of luck to all my
classmates . . . especially Digger because your
going to need it if you think you can beat me in
Dean P. Nicholas
E J^P^ J
1 would like to thank my family, especially
my brother Jim, for their support throughout
these last four years. I am grateful for the
friendships I have made here, and I only wish
that my parents were alive to see me graduate.
I have learned a lot here, about people and
myself, and 1 hope that 1 have become a better
person for it.
WwL- r m
Dental school was a trying, fulfill-
ing experience. It gave me the
opportunity to make new friends
that were there to help through
some rough times. Finally,
Wine comes in a bottle,
Beer comes in a can.
If I can make it through
Steven J. Nicorata
It is truly impossible to personally thank everyone who has contributed to my personal and
professional development. 1 therefore thank my colleagues, as a whole, who shared with me all of
the experiences of dental school. You made the stressful times seem bearable, maybe because 1
was able to reflect on the fact that we were all in this together. The support and encouragement we
gave to one another often helped me to forget many of my own, often times insignificant, problems.
Many of you made those long hours of studying seem much easier, and what seemed to be those
brief moments of celebration more enjoyable. I am sure that we will never forget thejoy and the pain
we endured to achieve our final goal.
If there is one wish I have for all of us, it is that we never forget what it is like to be ignorant and
unconfident and that we may try to ease the way for those who come behind us. I wish to extend
to all of you my sincerest best wishes for success and happiness in all of your future endeavors, and
of all of our memories of the past four years, may we especially remember the people - the ones
who struggled with us and the ones who made us struggle.
I cannot leave LUMC without giving a heartfelt thanks to the staff and faculty. To my instructors
I must say that your knowledge, support and supervision are the main factors that put all of us where
we are today. I truly admire your skill and dedication and hope that my colleagues and I may be
able to utilize our knowledge to help others grow and learn the way you have helped us.
To the staff at the medical center, I would like you to know that your unlimited service and assistance will not be forgotten. Each year
a group of students graduates and moves on and a new group moves in. You are there every year assisting each class during what is probably
the most difficult four years of their lives. As we move on to a new phase of our lives may I say that each of you will be remembered for
your constant service, support and friendship. I can recollect several experiences over the past four years where my days would have ended
in turmoil without your assistance, and for all of these times 1 express a deep gratitude.
As my dental education at LUMC comes to an end, I can honestly say that the last four years may not have been the best years of
my life, but they certainly were not the worst. The insurmountable tasks I faced at the beginning of each new quarter would never have
been achieved without the support of my wonderful family. 1 owe an abundance to my parents who worked hard and sacrificed so much
to give me this opportunity.
My wife also sacrificed much during the past few years and both shared and endured the many ups and downs I encountered. She
made the past four years not only bearable, but enjoyable. To you, Peggy, and to both our families, I wish to extend deep gratitude for
your continual love, support, encouragement, understanding and prayers for which I will never be able to repay. 1 love all of you very much
and I am as proud if not prouder of you as you are proud of me.
I would like to give a final recognition of my thanks to God, who answered my prayers and was at my side every step of the way.
Steven J. nicorata
Dan J. Nykaza
John R. O'Brien
Patrick J. O'Malley
You mean I can finally start charging for this?
Richard D. Orenstein
It's time to say my fond farewell to my
friends, the doctors, and staff who have given
me the most memorable years of my life. Most
of all I would like to offer my thanks to my family
who without their constant support 1 would not
have been able to get through these times.
Remember the Big O.'
Paul S. Petrungaro
At this time I would like to say congratulations to all
those individuals who have been my friends for the last
four years. During this educational experience, I have
made many new acquaintances; and from some of these,
life-long friendships. I am very grateful to these people
because they have shown me now to be a better man. To
my good friend Mark Kaschube, this ends a duration of
our education that we have spent together; to Dean
Nichols, just remember each time you hear "SHAME": to
Dino. just a wink in the mirror: and to my close paisono
Doug Tardugno, keep Rome warm, 1 am coming to visit:
but most of all, to my best friends Tom Adams and Chris
Baboulas, may all we anticipate come true, and God bless
the both of you, you both have been and inspiration to
me and my future dreams.
Thomas V. Powell
SUNDAY 7:30 P.M
JAN. 5, 1986
I would like to start this by than-
king my parents for thier support,
understanding, and encouragement.
Also, I would like to thank my family,
friends, and my grandma Kate for
putting up with me. Finally, I would
like to thank my classmates, the
faculty, and staff at Loyola for all their
Fredrick W. Purcell
I think my wife Ann Marie deserves this degree
more than I do, having put up with all my different
moods during finals and board exams. She gave
me my graduation gift a year early; her name is
Carly. My parent s 1 can t say enough about, they
have been the best, very encouraging all through
my schooling. All that money has been spent well.
I thank you and love all of you.
Alexander J. Rakos
Mark F. Rappleye
Well, we made it. Thanks for all of your
understanding and support. I love
Richard J. Rizzo
I cant make it, I have to go to work!
Paul J. Robbins
Andre D. Rousseau
Dental school for me has been so
many things, a time to grow, a time to learn,
and a time to develop my talents. Dental
school was also a dream come true. Even
though there have been a few nightmares
and setbacks along the way one of my
dreams has finally materialized. I have so
many people to thank for helping me
realize this goal, but the ones that gave the
most of themselves to me was my family.
I would like to thank them for their constant
encouragement and most of all their under-
standing. Without them I think many times
I would have given up, but their positive
attitudes brought me through more than
they will ever realize.
Les E. Russ
Rosemary A. Santoro
Somebody said that it couldn't be done
But he with a chuckle replied
That "maybe it couldn't ', but he would be one
Who wouldn't say so till he'd tried.
So he buckled right in with a trace of a grin
on his face. If he worried he hid it.
He started to sing as he tackled the thing
That couldnt' be done, and he did it.
Somebody scoffed: "Oh you II never do that;
At least no one ever has done it";
But he took off his coat and he took off his hat,
With a lift of his chin and a bit of a grin,
Without any doubting or quiddit.
He started to sing as he tackled the thing
That couldn't be done, and he did it.
There are thousands to tell you it cannot be done,
There are thousands to prophesy failure;
There are thousands to point out to you one by one,
The danger that wait to assail you,
But just buckle in with a bit of a grin,
Just take off your coat and go to it-
Just start in to sing as you tackle the thing
That "cannot be done", and you'll do it.
Edgar A. Quest
Christopher A. Scalia
Suzanne L. Schneegas
Four years of dental school has caused a revision in my college
"nothing academic is worth losing a nights sleep"
I have now come to share the opinion of Woody Allan when
Summing up, life is full of great opportunities. It also has
pitfalls. The trick will be to seize the opportunities, avoid the
pitfalls, and be back home by six o'clock."
Thanks Mom and Dad and the kids still at home for being
there when six o'clock came.
Eileen C. Seitz
I'd like to thank my mother,
brothers, and sisters for their
encouragment and support.
And thanks most of all to my
husband Paul for his patience
and understanding. I couldn't
have made it without you.
Aldric R. Serrano
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Maria Lucrecia Simon
Thank you Mom and Dad,
- for giving me the courage to be myself
- for understanding me so I could learn to
- for encouraging me to be the best I can be
- for your unending support and faith in me
- for being there when I needed you most
William H. Slavin
Eric P. Smyth
James M. Solofra
Who says you cut better preps than I do?
I think our patients are waiting.
Times like these were made for The people who helped me make it!
Scott L. Sommers
Laughing the stormy, husky, brawl-
ing laughter of Youth, half-naked,
sweating, proud to be Hog Butcher,
Tool Maker, Stacker of Wheat, Play-
er with Railroads and Freight Han-
dler to the riation.
Thomas C. Sonneveld
A very special thank you to;
Qeri, first and foremost, for her love, support and encouragement,
Allison and Justin for helping keep all of this craziness in perspective,
Our families and friends for all of their help in its many forms, and
My friends here at Loyola.
I would also like to share with my classmates "basic principles" which
have guided my dental education. The instructors will remain anony-
mous but should be easily recognizable:
"The best way to get wax off denture teeth? Don't get it on in the first
"Don't quench in the vats."
"Any operator who thinks he can spot grind in the mouth is only kidding
"How long will it go on? As long as there's a gradient."
When you're in the tube, you re outside the body."
"The only thing money can't buy is poverty."
If you can't see them, you can t fill them."
You have to learn how to abuse soft tissues in a controlled kind of way.
The best way to take a maxillary impression is to come from behind
and spread the cheeks."
"If it feels good in your hands use it."
What you gotta do is take ten steps back and look at the whole picture.
"You have to know where you are and where you've been to know where
"People gotta die someplace."
"It's your license, lotsa luck.
Thank you, all
Thomas D. Sotiropoulos
I'd like to dedicate part of this page to my good friends who made getting through this place
just a little bit easier. To Raffi "sure I'm a citizen Leblebijian, who taught me the pitfalls of having
a "negative attitude". He s the only person I know that can clear a golf course when he steps
up to the first tee. Hang on to your "Sure Grip" driver, you II need it.
To John Kontos, Greece s answer to the energy crisis, best wishes to you and your lovely
fiancee Francis. John's the only person 1 know who can keep up with Raffi at the dinner table.
To Tom Sonneveld, who helped keep things in perspective while at school. Underneath that
nonchalant, calm exterior is a nonchalant calm interior. Like I said, he keeps things in
perspective. Good luck in the Air Force, sarge.
To Kim Young, fire and spunk, and a deadly determination to get through sophomore
operative lab. Take that, Dr. Martin. I'll never forget how funny it was when I made you cry when
I found out about my surprise birthday party.
And finally, to my Mom and Dad, who gave me nothing but praise and support from the time
I was born. I know that I can never repay you for all you ve done for me. I can only hope that
I ve made you half as proud of me as 1 am of you. Thank you, I love you both very much.
Anthony M. Spagnuolo
Good luck to all my classmates.
I can't believe four years have already gone by. It seems just yesterday
we were trying to figure out who was who and what oral morph. really was.
I have experienced many good times and many bad times here at Loyola,
but now none of them seem to matter. All that is important is the great
friends we have made here and the challenges we have overcome to
Thanks to my family and my husband for their support and
encouragement and thanks to the "LUNCH BUNCH for some of the best
lunches and breakfasts ever. 1 could not have made it without all of you.
I can only hope our friendships will last forever.
Qood luck to all of my fellow classmates.
P.S. Thanks Kathy and Dr. "C" for a place to escape to.
Joseph R. Sperlazzo
These past four years have been
a real experience good and bad. I
know for a fact that I would not have
made it without the support of my
family and friends.
I wish the best to all my class-
mates in the years to come.
John R. Striebel
Glen A. Takenaga
I'm sure you can imagine
It's as simple as can be
The place is very private
The place is he and she
She whispers "will it hurt'
"of course not" He replied
It's just a simple process
Lay back and close your eyes
She says "I'm very frightened
I've never done this before
He starts to convince her
It won't hurt you anymore
How calm yourself my darling
As faith heals all your sins
Open very wide
So I can get in
"Must end dental school on a good note.
He and She
It's really something painful
As tears rolled down her eyes
It hurt her something awful
It must be quite a size
Then suddenly with a jump
She gave a little shout
It's over thank goodness
You finally got it out
As you read this carefully
He s a dentist as you find
It's not what you been
It sjust your dirty mind.
From a friend long ago
Douglas J. Tardugno
Terri S. Tiersky
Peter M. Tomaselli
Patricia M. Vaitkus
Dental school represents a diffi-
cult four years, and without the
support of my friends and family, it
would have been an impossible
task. A very special thanks to Carl
for having the patience and under-
standing to survive the" dental
school experience with me.
Christ J. Vournazos
Dear Mom, Carrie, and George,
I have so many feelings that I would like to express that I'm not sure
where to begin. I guess the one phrase that runs through my mind is Thank
You, it doesn t seem adequate for all that you have done for me.
Thank you for all of your sacrifices, and what you went without so that
I might have all that I needed.
Thank you for all of your support, not just financial support but the
emotional and spiritual support as well.
Thank you for your confidence in me. Knowing that you believed in me
seemed to give me strength when I had my doubts.
Most importantly, thank you for your love. It was knowing 1 had your love
that made the bad times tolerable and the good times even more special.
It's good to know that with all the worries and stress there was one thing I
didn't have to worry about, losing your love.
For many years Mom you have been telling people how proud you are
of me. Well this is my opportunity to say how proud I am of you. Mom, Dad,
Carrie, and George.
Kurt A. Wagner
Margaret L. Wencel
Thanks to my Mom and Dad for always saying, You
can do it! To Patti and David for first encouraging me
to pursue dentistry. To Courtney for making me see
there's life outside of dental school. And to my
husband Randy who never refused to lend a profession-
al hand and made our meeting in dental school the best
part of my four years at Loyola.
Kimberley M. Young
It's over, finished, done no more eight o clock classes, no more technique labs, no
more blue coats, no more waiting in line to have work checked!!! SIQH! Oh, it really
wasn't all that bad, now, with only an unimaginable future in front of me, bear with
me as 1 acknowledge those who make all of this suddenly seem worthwhile.
To My Mom and Dad: What can I say? You not only helped whenever you could, but
your mouths were veritably Unit QOld mines. Seriously, Dad, I hope I find in dentistry
the joy and fulfillment that you have, you've been GREAT!!! I love you both.
Thank you so very much
To My Grandparents: Who steadfastly insisted that and education was the greatest gift
one could give onself. (Plana, we can cut back on the Mass cards now!!)
To My brother and sisters: We've all changed a lot in the last four years, strangely-
enough, 1 feel we've grown closer; Let's keep it that way.
To Uncle Timmy: You have been an advisor and a friend.
To My Friends: Who have kept in contact, and in turn kept me in touch with the "real
Thanks you guys
To the faculty and staff: Those of you, who gave the best of yourselves, in guiding me
through these rigors, it was not in vain.
Thank you all
To Dr. Chludzinski: For everything. We came to visit four years ago and stayed. You've
put up with our mess and our troubles. You and Kathy are the best. (Mow, aren't you
going to miss us, just a little??)
Thank you both
To My classmates: Those of you who were there, everyday, witnessing the tears and
frustrations, the miscasts, mispreps, and broken inlays!! More importantly, those who
encouraged, helped and laughed (a lot).
Thank you all
Well, outside of the Pope and the President, I think I ve covered everyone!!
Helen A. Zarczynski
Hel, always rememer where you
are, Blondie! People always felt you
knew what was going on; who would
believe the truth? Hours of memor-
izing; Bulbo, "tremors ", certain-
ly", "awight", "a potpourri", not to
mention it would behoove you".
Hel, maybe now you can purchase
a car that fits your personality; a
Chrysler, of course! Thanks for
keeping me awake.
Mark L. Zila
I will never forget the four
years 1 spent at Loyola. In some
ways they were the best years
of my life but in someways the
worst. I met alot of really great
people at Loyola and hope to
keep in touch.
The pictures that 1 selected
show what I have been dream-
ing about for the past four
years. After living my entire life
in California, these past four
years have required a total
change in lifestyle. Stop by and
see us in Leucaulia if anyone
gets out to San Diego.
The Dental Alumni Relations Department sends its
sincere congratulations to each member of the Class of
1986. We recognize you for your tremendous accomplish-
ments over the past four years as a dental student and
wish you much success in your future endeavors in the
It is our pleasure to provide partial funding for
the publication of your Year Book as a graduation gift to
you. We hope you enjoy the many memories of your dental
We hope your Commencement will signify a new beginning
for you in a lasting relationship with the Loyola University
School of Dentistry. As an Alumnus you will contribute greatly
to our strong tradition of excellence within Dentistry.
We seek your participation in the many educational and
social activities sponsored for Dental Alumni and we invite
you to become involved in the various leadership positions
available to Alumni. Help us grow, flourish and serve our
Dental Alumni Relations Department
Loyola University Medical Center
2160 South First Avenue
Maywood, Illinois 60153
3 1831 10391551