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The 1987-1988 Dove
St. Mary's College of
St, Marys City, Maryland
The 1988 Dove Staff
Editor-in-chief— Pam Deem
Business Editor— Tom Parrish
Assistant Editor— Amy Hendricks
Photo Editor— Michelle Ballard
Section Editors —
Student Life— Mike Mesko
Seniors— Pam Deem
Sports— Holly Williams
Staff— Davin Gray
Special Thanks To— Brad Veneracion
I would like to dedicate this year's book to both the staff and those friends who volunteered their lime and effort
towards its completion. Thank you for all the effort— I think the result is well worth it!
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"Seasons in the Sun"
Goodbye to you my trusted friend,
We've known each other since we were nine or ten.
Together we've climbed the hills and trees
learned of love and ABC's, skinned our hearts and skinned
I Kim Carnaras H
Goodbye my friend, it's hard to die
When all the birds are singing in the sky.
Now that Spring is in the air,
Pretty girls are everywhere.
Think of me and I'll be there.
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We had joy, we had fun, we had the seasons in the sun,
But the hills that we climbed were just seasons out of time.
Goodbye Papa, please pray for me.
I was the black sheep of the family.
You tried to teach me right from wrong.
Too much wine and too much song.
Wonder how I got along.
Goodbye Papa, it's hard to die
When all the birds are singing in the sky.
Now that Spring is in the air
Little children everywhere.
When you see them I'll be there.
We had joy, we had fun, we had seasons in the sun.
But the wine and the song like the season have all gone.
Goodbye my friend, it's hard to die
I Jeanie Nathanier ■
When all the birds are singing in the sky,
Goodbye my little one,
You gave me love and helped me find the sun.
And everytime I was down.
You would always come around and
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Get my feet back on the ground
Goodbye my friend, it's hard to die
When all the birds are singing in the sky.
Now that Spring is in the air, with the flowers everywhere,
I wish we could both be there.
We had joy, we had fun, we had seasons in the sun
But the wine and the song, like seasons have all gone.
All our lives we had fun, we had seasons in the sun.
But the hills that we climbed were just the seasons out of
time. — Terry Jack
Lucille Elleanore Ward
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Mary Anne Woods
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The Senior Gala
I'm graduating and your not — so there!!
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' GA: (back row from rt.) — Doug Lewis, Beau Wilder, Adrienne Henderson, Tenney Mackert, Alice
f Arena, Dennis James, Paul Willoughby. (seated on couch from rt.)^ean-Michelle Morgan, Anne
Janeski, Michelle Kammerer, Shams Pai, Jessica Cox-Jones, Joyce Cliff-Romano, (floor from rt.)— Mar-
cia Keller, Amy Henderson, Julie Perrone, Steve Belinski, Use Moscoso.
Programs Board— (back row from rt.) Liz Klein, Denise Copenhaver, Melissa Leatherman, Cherie
Hunter, Jane Grey, Laura Cole, Jennifer McCarrick. (second row from rt.) Kathy McQueeney, Robin
Edmonds, Peter Crews, Cindy Craytor, Amy Henderson, Hillary Donovan, Tim Steelman. (front) Marcia
'< pecial Events: (top row 1-r) Melissa Leatherman, Kim Canaras, Susan Wheeler, Iris Grant, Nechelle Jones,
) Jennifer Haddock, (middle row 1-r) Jesse Smith, Cindy Crator, Laura Hunter, Susan Horsman, Doug Allen,
lottom row 1-r) Andrea Williams, Lorna Ordendorff, Gina Paxton, Adrian Williams.
ilm Committee: (front to back) Melissa Leatherman, Cindy Crator, Christine Smith, Paul Lloyd,
offeehouse Commiiiee: (back row 1-r) Judi Morrison, Colleen MuUis, Denise Copenhaver, Beth Burick.
(front row 1-r) Michelle Santisteven, Whitney Evans.
inema Guild: (back row 1-r) Jenifer Protzman, Rob Olsson. (middle row 1-r) Andy Sherril, Mark Hibben,
Adam Gardner, Stacey Single, (front row 1-r) Katy Bielenberg, Lisa Gallay, Scott Webb.
op to bottom Wendy Reeves, Jane Grey, Jennifer Blakelock, Mary
L Grace O'Connor
to r. Lisa Sachs, Gwen Page, Sean Lyon, Robin Edmonds, Shannon O'Hara, Lisa Bacon
ack to Front, 1-r: Beth Reese. Tom Rundle. David Romano, Darrin.Jon Lim, Keith Richmond. Liz Kline, Jane Drexler,
Sean Gideon, Andrew Kasiello, Jessica Cox-Jones, Dan "The Man" Schraeder, Rob Chavez, Eric Sarlin (Manager).
'op to Bottom, 1-r: Jean Pursley, Gretchen Schmidl, Rita Mathew, Mary Grace O'Conner. Bottom: Cathy Yeager, Robyn
• conomics Club. (Back row from rt.) Ronny Miles, Elliott Johnson, Cherie Hunter, Mike Hanko. (Front row from rt.) Dave
' Lengenfelder, Julie King, Nina McQueen, Mike Phillips.
' lass of 1990. (From Rt.) Amy Roop, Tracy Lapeirre, Terri
ood Co-op. (Top) Mary Kate Murray. (Second Row from
Rt.) Jennifer Blakelock, (Front Row from Rt.) Guillermo
Meiz, Laura Mitchell.
lack Student Union: Top Row: Brian Vismale, Sharon Crosby, Dennis James, Nena McQueen, Ronnie Miles. Bottom
Row: Michelle Jones, Jesse Smith
I hoto Club: 1st row: Brian Jensen, Maryellen Schaeffer, Steven Toole, Raghav Katval, Heather Elder. 2nd Row: Tom
Parrish, Eleni Sophocles, Tim Madel, Adrienne Henderson, Wendy Barrett. Absent: Chris Witzgall
Is This Part of College ???
Your answer is
Sophomores urge teammaie Tammy Dean
Presenting: Judge Reggie Savage
The Seniors pull ahead with Dan's answer
Go ahead and kiss her.
The Best Part of Life
at St. Mary's . . . Your Friends.
When it's time to relax . . .
Although a lot of people outside of
the college community don't
realize it, sometimes the pressure of
higher education takes its toll. You
need a break, you need to get out, you
need to get away from the work (or
the people) before you go crazy. You
need to relax. Luckily, St. Mary's has a
lot to offer in the area of relaxation,
and sometimes just a walk around
campus will bring you new life. If that
isn't enough, there's always the
waterfront, or a game of football,
tossing a frisbee around, or maybe just
crashing in front of the fireplace in
lower Charles. And then there are al-
ways the weekends, where five days of
often intense work give way to 48
hours of near catatonia. So, however
you do it, when the pressure is on, take
a minute, collect your thoughts, and re-
— Forrest Fisanich
Another room trashed after late-night party
Enjoying the great outdoors
Mike Mesko — Photo by Michelle Ballard
DON'T . . . even think about it!
ril smoke if I WANT to!
What to do when you are
Hang Out With Friends
Student Leadership at SMC
St. Mary's leadership symposium: not
che final frontier, but the beginning
of a whole career of leadership posi-
tions and upwardly-mobile jobs. Star
date, January 29th, 1988. Approxi-
mately 75 of the most prominent
leaders on the St. Mary's College
campus were called together for a
creatively engineered leadership sym-
posium, designed to help each student
discover his or her leadership style and
learn how to develop it to its fullest.
The entire residence life staff was in
anendance to impart their kernels of
wisdom upon the students of the "Star
Fleet Academy", as the symposium was
called in keeping with the Star Trek
theme. After four hours of comeraderie
and experimentation with leadership
styles, the new "graduates" of the
"Academy" were encouraged to u«e
their knowledge to boldly go where no
person has gone before and lead their
generation in new and prosperous
Commanders Freeman and Cliff-Romano
morning, (he sun rises over the
campus long before anyone on (he
campus itself rises. A slight chill
hung in the early morning air, but it
warmed up quickly as (he sun shone
down con(inuously (hrough nearly
cloudless skies. This is (he begin-
ning of a special day at SMC; the
day of riverfest. Some people might
call Riverfest a sort of homecoming,
but homecomings are for the less
fortunate schools that don't have a
river, or a waterfront, or the right
people to put the other two to g(x>d
use. At SMC, we have all of these
things, and they, together with the
sun, give us a chance to enjoy our-
selves and spend time with old and
— Forrestt Fisanich
SMC luxury cruise
Marriott table manners
Sludems play dirty.
Quite a crew
Skeleton around town
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Zorro strikes again
Don't I look delicious?
Beauty and the beast
Risky business with Guido
Aaaah— attack of the Blues Brothers!!
The B— 1 Bomber
This is St. Mar Vs.
Essentials at St. Mary s
or those involved io a theatrical production, nothing is more
.' satisfying than the sounds of an energetic, enthusiastic audi-
ence. The cast and crew of "the Torchbearers", the second
tnainstage production from first semester, enjoyed just that. The
months of preparation paid off io a show that entertained and
delighted audiences for it's entire four-day run.
Director Michael Tolaydo, technical director Tom Clark,
stage manager Pete Garvey, and a support staff of thousands pro-
duced a hilarious show that among its high points, included Man
Mattingly as a cynical Fred Riner, and Jeaonie Smith as Fred's
ditzy wife. Dan Cavanaugh turned in a great performance as
Huxley Hossefrosse, the suave and debonaire leading man, while
Maureen McCarthy played the haughty J. Duro Pampanelli with
vim and vigor. Outstanding performances were also turned in by
Dorri O'Brien as the whimsical Nelly Fell and Tracy Vilson as
the beautiful yet over-dramatic Florence McCricket.
The rest of the cast and crew worked to make sure that the
reputation of St. Mary's theatre remained intact in an amusing
and entertaining way.
Whtre do actors go when ihe mainsiage production
has a limited, all female cast? To the White room,
of course. That was the situation early second semester.
The problem was solved by directors Brent Burgess and
Bryan Garey when they successfully produced two
shows, "Line" and "Zoo Story".
Line, by Israel Horowitz was a show about five peo-
ple standing in line, manipulating each other for first
place in the line. The five person cast featured Scoti
Nielson as Flemming, a simple man with simple values;
Thane Steilow as Stephan, a warped genius; Tracy Wil-
son as Molly, a rather promiscuous woman; Michael
Mesko as Dolan, a maniuplative asshole; and Andrew
Duthie as Arnall, Molly's browbeaten husband.
Bryan's show, the well-know-n "Zoo Story" by Ed-
ward Albee is a show about two men and the dialogue
they have sitting on a park bench. John Worley turned
in an inspiring performance as the slightly deranged
Jerry, and Drew Kahl's portrayal of the mild-mannered
Peter made the evening special.
Regardless of the complaints of lack of seating and
high temperature, the shows were enjoyed by all,
exhibiting some of St. Mary's finest acting talent.
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The final production of 1988
"Much Ado About Nothing"
Dan's vengeful, nasty alter ego.
New Potato Caboose!
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How did you spend your
Ed and Chris— a hair-raising experience!
Peter, what will your mother think
You are what you eat?!
They never told me college was like this!
bo this IS being a St. Mary's
Do WHAT to a munk?
In the limelight.
Munks make you crazy!
St. Mary s College Olympics
Deep concentration before the sailing rac.
Dying in the line of duty!
Faculty /Staff Need to Relax, Too . . .
Noi bad for a Marrioit cookie.
Musical Talent at SMC . . .
Some real, some imagined!
The Spring Concert ...
The Rayvns and Wild Kingdom
The 1987 Fall Lacrosse Team
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Bottom row left to right — Dan McDougal, Rob Pelicot, Brett Endres, Eric Wenck, Danny Bowman, Jim Cox, Kurt Gisreal,
Danny Shiffman, Fred Orweiler, Mark Hibben. Top row — Rob Chapman, Kim Gladfeiter, Brian Quinn, Brad Miller, Gregg
Pappas, Chris Cusack, Rick Pritchard, Mark Imig, Joel Guadz, Bryce Hancock, Brian Hassan, Sean Gowen, Dave Letteney,
Back Row (L-R): Mike Sweeny, Marlys West, Sara Bryant, Jerri, Tara Call, Lara Johnson, Betsy Keistnan, Patty Cassidy,
Colleen, Tony Phillips. Front Row: Mary Morrison, Josie Freshie, April Whitacre, Tammy Gage, Stacy Boughn, Michelle
Kammerer, Mary Jacoby.
1st Row (1-r): Terry Silbersack,
Tracey Silbersack, Patty Chavez,
Beth Baillet. Kelly Shaugnessy,
Tricia Hergan, Nancy Spiegler,
Mike Mangold, Mini Reasin, Victor
Chavez, Jeff Atkinson 2nd Row (1-
r): Karen Candelaria, Rich, Celeste
Duprey, Chris Smith, Mark Hibben.
Jrd Row (l-r): Karen Binder,
Maura Keenan, Megan Bates, Anne
Janeski, Kate O'Brien, Jim
Montgomery, Mark Hergan, Ron,
Ragi 4th Row (l-r): Shannon Gib-
son, Pam Powers, Cathy Wyman,
Chris Cooper, Walt Precher, Pete
Welch, Don Schmidt Last Row (1-
Above: Get back over there and try that again Below: Which way do we go?
Raise your hand if you're sure
Back Row (L-R): Asst. Coach Mike Freeman, Manager Maria, Manager Sean Malone, Wil Wilcox,
Scott Phillips, Rich Muelling, Brett Handleman, Alan Cosento, Peter Brennan, Dave Stevens, Mike
Click, Trainer Glen Wilson, Manager Gene, Head Coach Jay Gardiner. First Row: Ivan Lanier,
Jason Slaughter, Keith Warren, Bill Wormly, Brad Davis, Matt Powers.
SMC amazes opponents.
Everyone watch the ball.
Toss that ball. Bill.
Get it, Ivan.
Now get out there and crush 'em.
SMC basketball cheerleaders
From row: Sheila Brady, Siacey Boughn, Tammy Gage, Mary Avis, Beth Starliper. Back row: Laura Lageman, Tara Call,
Leslie Anthony, Erica Conner, Jennifer McLone, Brenda Bates.
Right through the opposition!
Total control Mary Avis style.
Right in the middle of the action!
Waiting to snag the rebound.
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\St. Mary's newest sport. . . Ultimate!
St. Mary's Sports in Action
The Lady Seahawks swim their way to victory.
Shannon Gobson shares in the excitement of winning.
St. Mary's Soccer takes the field.
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host the Bobcats in an eat
Give blood, play Rugby! The team is still looking for official sport status.
Chris Massar mumbles "Your's Mira.'
Mere water is not enough! Chris craves Rolling Rock!
All in the Family
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All photos by Julian Van-Hosi-Pelekaan.
A valiant attempt.
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Smile for the Camera!
First Right— Jim Krause, John Feeley, Ray
Dodson, Steve Elles, Steve Krause, Brit
Collins, Matt Cramer, Pete Welch, Mike
Manco, Mike Mosley, Dave Lengenfelder. Not
pictured — Brandon Rehm, Tom Nana, Rich
Shockley, Gus Larson, Jack Schiefer, Thomas
First Left (L to R) Top Row — Kurt, John, John, Second Row — Brian, Dave
Third Row — Phil, Hans, Mark, Sean, Chris, Karl. Fourth Row — Mat, "T",
Kenny. Fifth Row — Andy. Not pictured — Ric, Mike, Doug, Dan.
« aroline 2nd Right: Chris Lindsay, Randolph Phillips, Mark Abell, Emmett Loxbms, Maxim
K^ Guerin, Ross Gould, Chris Dame, Rob Callahan, Albert Lewis, Steve Allen, Aubrey Baden III,
Brendan Gray, Guillemo Metz, Tom.Rundle, Barbara Thurlow.
Caroline 2nd left: Nick Lesh, Scott Farber, Pat Allewalt, Matthwew O'Connell, Kevin Powell,
/ Donnie Miller, Robert Pike, Raghav Kotval, Jeff Rank, Carl Franz, Lisa Sachs, Raymond Hayes,
Daniel Pruncal, David Piatt, Kevin Hill, Johnny Inglisa, Glen Wilson, Michael Browne, David Gibbs,
Rick Horning, Doug' Dixon.
3rd Floor Caroline
rd Right Caroline (left to right, top row first):
. Cherie Hunter, Amy Pollard, Lynda Smith,
Jeanette Van der Linden, Kelly O'Brien, Lana Smith,
Laurie Miller, Kathi Everett, Elise Falkenhayn, Char-
lotte Dunigan, Marci Bolt, Jenny Smith, Lori Smoker,
Kathy Meyers, Gretchen Eyerman, Wendy Nicholson,
Kristin Paddock, Hilary Donovan, Not Pictured:
Kerry Musgrove, Tricia Green, Lisa Bacon, and
rd Left Caroline (left to right, top row first): Cheryl
Cunningham, Jen Protzman, Karen Cradler, Julie
Ludwig, Michelle Kammerer, Stacie Bough, Mia Sundt,
Erika Feller, Kate Duffy, Pam Powers, Koilyn Black,
Katy Moss, Susan Belair, Kristin Gavlinski, Jill
Mathaney, Tracy Silbersack, Beth McMaster, Rennee
Buckler. Not Pictured: Katie Nesbitt, Terri Jones,
Annemarie Ingersoll, and Erica Nelson.
irst Righi: Top (1-r): Nick Greene, Sean Kearns, Darrin Ricbnafsky, Jamie Crausmen, Brad
Veneracion. Bottom: Roger Thelwell, Chuck Herring, Chris Kulgeon, Ted Sensenbrenner.
irst Left, (1-r): Brian Vismale, Cory McCarthy, John Kaboski, Jack MacDonald, Mike Granger, Bill
Ransom, Bill Mills, Matt Baylis, Matt O'Byrne, Tom Moran.
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r, Beth Trubey, Lara Johnson, Betsy Kiesoian, Cynthia Seymore, Nicki Bumgardner, Sbelia
ie Spalt, Molly Quasi, Anita Dreilbelbis, Erin Blondel, Robin Ransom, Carolyn Cook, Sandra
Wilmer, Mary Shaeffer, Kristen.
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J Ed Smith, Rob Pellicot, James "Turn down your sterio" Rudy. Clark McGuffie, Dave McCausland, Tim
Ward. Mike Nottingham, Craig Cippolini, Chris Dipple (mania). Chris Seigh, Mark Hergan, Dan McDoogal,
Tom Parrish, Peter Crews, Paul Mikulski, Robert Skews, Patrick.
3rd Right PG— 1st Row —
Celenda Stanford, Jennifer
Malone, Katie Swanstrom,
Elaine Appel, Maura Keenan, Gayle
^yeber, Michelle Gruen. 2nd Row —
Nicki Chastain, Chris Hohn, Erin
O'Connell, Abby Johnson, Tracie
Dieter, Denise Ralston. 3rd Row —
Amy Hendricks, Kristen Fischer,
Tara Call, Karen Candelaria, April
^X'hitacre. 4th Row— Anne Roberts,
Chelle' Jones, Minne DelaPaz, Patty
Chavez. Top — Peggy Fowler.
3rd Center PG— Top Row-
Melissa Ferrone, Caroline
Hull, Robin Kovalchek, Jacinda
Sampson, Sandy O'Neill, Alicia Loar,
Kann Goodman, Candia Falson, Leslie
Anthony, Amy Schwartz. Second
Row — Heather O'Connel, Eileen
Purdy, Melinda Bowie, Mel
Leaiherman, Faith Moser, Christine
Smith, Janet Wood. Bottom Row — Eliz-
abeth Watson, Betsy Worsley, Kim
Teffeau, Marcia Keller, Jen Boyd.
First Floor Dorchester
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First Right Dorchester— (L to R)— Leigh Barry, Doug
Allen (RA), Brian MuUikin, John Lim, Glynne Walley,
Ben Flatau, Randy Herriott, Lenny Mana, Brett Endres.
SI Row: Jeff Gayhart, Norman Tideswell, David Long 2nd Row: Randy Reisscit, Sean ? Kielh Richmond,
Dorrin ?, Ronnie ?, Mike Douds 3rd row: Aaron Wilson, Forrest Fisanich, Kirk Heacock, Alfie Butler, Andy
^ nd Left: 1st Row: Rob Shubert, Tom Hoas, Will Elder, Andrew Davies Andrew 2nd Row: Kevin Thornton,
• Jeff Beck, Pat Miles, 3rd Row: Tim Mangus, Paul Haldeman, Scott Haerbig, Matt Beck
rd LEFT DORCHESTER:
. 1st Row (1-r): Chuck
Reynolds, Dan Cavanagh, Scot
Harlow 2nd Row (1-r): Jose
Martinez, John Arle, Paul
Loyd, Peter Brennan, Dave
Rosen, Mac Conrad, Brian
Paul 3rd Row (1-r): Davin
Grau, Tim Steelman
rd CENTER DOR-
CHESTER: Sitting: (1-
r): Dudley Ewing, Brian
Quinton, Jeff SchroU, John
Leech, Jamie Morell, Rob
Breslin, Dan Murtough
Standing (1-r): Brad, Kevin
McCarthy, Scott Donton,
Chris Bent, Jim Vermilia,
Pete Welsh, Julian Bird,
Scott Nixon, Doug, Terry,
Jamie O'Brien, Bill Loper,
rd RIGHT DORCHES-
TER; Top (1-r): Jonathon
Houghton, Jeff Eckert, Pat Mc-
Carthy, Kevin Davern, Greg
Brow, Thomas Firey Middle
(1-r): Mike Huffines, Tom
Burns, Jr., Charley Bolen, Pat
Murphy, Sean Dan, Bill
Mathews, Sean Bell Bottom (I-
r): Robert Isenburg
First left QA — (From to back, L to R) — Beth Reese. Deb iMiddlestadt. Laura Cole, Beth Gollihue, Sonda Allen,
Daretha Hall, Laura Hepfer, Chris Dernoga,Jane Drexler, Mo McCarthy, Anne Overholser, Lara Null, Janel Egan,
Mary Lynn O'Neill, Lynn Frankel, Carol Chamberlain, Kiison Orr, and Jennifer Jordan.
First right QA — (L to R) — Mitni VToods, Lisa Guthridge, Lisa Wallace, Bonnie Zurkowski, Nancy Doran, Jane
Bashant, Netta Blue, Nina McQueen, Laura Freeman, Thresa Skovran, Kim Bowan, Annejaneski (RA), and Jennifer
nd Right: (l-r, back-front): Elana Muterspaw,
Stephanie Scheel, Kris Schultz, Lisa Gregory,
Amy Herbert, Liz McDonnell, Amy Isenhour, Beth
Carruthers, Susan Jackson, Lynda Davis, Shelagh
Englert, Justine Van-Wie, Beth Buckler, Leah
Palmer, Lori "Boogar" Bugno, Anne Sulivan, Julie
nd left: (top-bottom): Kate O'Brien, Jenny An-
derson, Judy Rines, Joanne Rawlinson, Lanelle
Bembenek, Mary Grace O'Connor, Kelly Brown,
Terri Beachley, Wendy Maslanik, Trish Sutton, Amy
Bowman, Christina Kacoyianni, Layne Baumann,
Heather Clarke, Anne Weinicke, Lynn Bryant, Sue
Inn-hur, Mary Kate Murray, Janice Raub.
Third Floor Queen Anne
3rd left: Isi row: Lisa firt(;<<ry,
2nd row: Sylmac Dccktr,
Whitney Evans, Mithtllc
Santisteven, Terry Webster,
Angle Steingrebe. 3rd row:
Judi Morrison, Jean-Michelle
Morgan. Lynette Lambert, Su-
san Horsman, Lisa Nyholm,
Jennifer Haddock. 4th row:
Colleen Mullis, Beth Burick,
Renee Chapman, Mary
Aacoby, Christina Ingersol,
Juliana Harris, Laura Hunter.
3rd Center: 1st row: Kim
Jarret, Heather Dimika,
Wendy Goldman, Pam
Deem, Patty Cassidy. Terry
Beachly, Michelle Ballard
2nd row: Susan Meredith.
Rachel King, Leslie Skelley,
Marianne Gurney, Debbie
Hettrick, Diana Campbell.
Amy Kink, Lisa Landbeck,
Laurel Pierce, Tracy Wilson
3rd right: 3rd row Kelly
Germain, Alyssa Gold, Mary
Morrison, Katrina Hardigan. 2nd
row Wendy Reeves, Dawn
Schwabline, Judy Rhines Amy
Edwards, Kelly Shanklin, Kristen
Howard, Amy Roop, Terry Jones.
1st row Debbie Lewis, Cathy
Rose, Cathy Peter, Suzy Smith,
Anne-Marie Smith, Holly
Clendaniel, Beth Baillet, Shams
2nd Floor Calvert
1st row — Tracy Lapeirre, Denise Brown, 2nd row —
Jennifer Sparenberg, Kim Talbert, Alberta Kabia,
Vicki Clark, Stacy Marbert, Kim Nuth, Susan Andes,
Betty Hayne. 3rd row — Marie Whiteis, Tanya Arroyo,
Nancy Speigler, 4th row — Rachel Stegall, Gretchen
Stucky. Alverlia May, Anne Marie Smith, Kathy Lewis,
Jennifer Boguski, Holly Walker, Tammy Dean, Ginger
Hellman, Kristen Howard, Paula Szczepanek, Michelle
Larsen, Andrea Saun, Cynthia Schilling, Amy Schonk
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"STD" House— (L to R)— Blake Grund, Kris Thompson, Steve
Vitale, Mark Schriber, Gary Holzapfel
Congratulations — Class of 1988 — E.J.
Go Spank Boy, V of Enits V, Love Mom and
Congratulations Lisa — Love Mom and Dad
Congratulations Carolyn — I'm so proud of
you, Love Mom
Congratulations Jennie Love Dad, Mom,
LF CH St. Marys SUCCESS Love TRACIE
Mom and Dad
Congratulations Blake Love M & D
Congratulations Dan — Love Dad, Mom, Deb,
Good Luck Pat— Mom & Mr. B.
Karen, YOU DID FT! Hooray! Mom and
We're proud of you Squid!
We're proud of you, Karen W.
Angle: Great Job!! Love Mom — John —
Mike — Matt
Ron — We're uith you as you go forward —
Mom & Dad
CLASS OF 1988
430 Three Notch Rd
Lexington Park, MD
Can't Stop The Music
(301) 863 5007
15 S! Mary s Square
Lexington Park MD 20653
Area Code 301
Rt 5 & Flat Iron Road
Great Mills. MD 20634
Mark Durkin - pharmacist owner
Congratulations Kelly, Love Mom and Dad
BRAVO FRED— ANOTHER SEA CHANGE
Hang in there Hoopie, You can make it!
We're proud of you Brenda. Love Mom and
One GIANT step— Love Mom, Dad,
YaHoo Scott— You did it! Love Mom & Dad
Congratulations Linda. Love Mom and Dad
Sara Smith — Mom and Dad are prqud of
ONE YEAR DOWN KELLY— KEEP
GOING! LOVE MOM & DAD
F.E. We love you. Mom, Dad, Rick, &
Bio, Sailing, and Residence Life = Brad —
Love Mom, Dad, Bill
CONGRATULATIONS COCO ... 2 MORE
TO GO ... Love Ya . . . Dad
To J.— "ARE ARE WOOF WOOF!"—
Open: 7 days
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We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your
business over the years.
Josh, Kememher us when you're rich, Ljove .Mow & Dad
Congratulations Patrick — tht best to you. Lave 31 & D
Kris Gavlinski— Princess of BRYC 1987— We love you.
Congratulations Jeen. Love Mom & Dad
TO OUR FAVORITE DAUGHTER. LAURIE
Congratulations — / am so proud of you — Ingrid, Love
Hi Lara! Lote Mom, Dad, and Graham
Love to Terri from London
Katy, Glad you came to my bouse.
Congratulations Kris. Lote Mom. Dad, and Denny.
Congratulations Megan — Love .Mother. Dad, and Paul
Shannon . . . To Thine Ounself Be True — .Mom Er Dad
Love you Maureen — .Mom and Dad
Darren. A Promising Music Career. Love Mom and Dad
Dannie: Proud you're a part of St. Mary's — .Mom artd
With Lote and Pride— Dad— Mom— Blair— Sis
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Congratulation Andy — Brie, Margo, Ken, and Alex
Cotigratulaiions. Laurie, on completing another challenge
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Melissa, We Love You/ Jaxz and Bandit
CongrataJatioH Mimi — Your Dae et Mum
Welcome back. Chuck! Love, Bryan and Mom
CoHgratulatiom Korey We're Proud
Congratulations Michael — Love, Mom and Dad
We're proud of you Peg Fowler! Love, Mom and Dad
Poodie-Bump We Love You — Mom and Dad
CongratalatioH Betsy — Love Mom and Dad
Patitoitic Sandy!!! Luv Mom and Dad
Amy — Keep up the good work — we love you — Mom, Bud
Congratulations to Tammy Cage from your ft fan.
Tom; Thanks for making us so proud! Mom ana Dad
We miss you, Lisa! Love, Mem, Dad, Stacey, Jen, and Rob
Terri — Good luck for two more — Mom and Dad
Mike "Goose" — Keep up the good work! Love, Mom and
Congratulations Brendon — All Rehms
One down. Three to go — Love Mom, Dad, and Sisters
Kim, we are very proud of you. Love Mom and Dad
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Cherie — Congratulations Mom and Dad.
Great Job Pam! Love Mom, Tom, and
Way to go Buba, We love Ya, Mom,
Dad, Lolly, Barry, Cece, Foof, & Pou
Congratulations John! Love, Mom &
Mary, I'm proud of you! Love, Mom.
Congratulations Bob Jr. We're very
proud of you.
Carol — You Did It! Love, Mom and
Jenny, glad you picked S.M.C. Love,
Mom and Dad.
Congratulations and Good Luck,
Michael. Much Love, Mom and Dad.
Congratulations Robert! Love, Mom and
Congratulations Sean! Love, Mom and
Cathleen, Keep up the good work! Love,
Mom and Dad.
Were proud of you Nancie! The Corbett
To Julie — you are my shining star!
To our super star. Love from the family.
Heather O'C ue love you! Keep smiling!
Mom and Dad.
We are joyful. Thanks, Mom and Dad.
Way to go. Penguin! 1 down, 3 to go!
Mom and Hank.
We are proud of you, son, Mr. and