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LIBRARY-LOYOLA UNIVERSITY 




For Reference 



Not to be taken from this room 



LIBRARY- LOYOLA efNtV««8(TY 
MEDTCAL CENTER 




Class Of 1990 




Introducing the Class of 1990, whose odyssey through 
medical school will be highlighted in the pages of this 
yearbook. Four years ago, we came together here as 
strangers, to each other and to our chosen profession. 
We leave as friends, as colleagues, as doctors. 






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Table of Contents 



Page 9 very Important People 



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Page 97 Personal Favorites 



Page 151 Match Day 



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The class of 1 990 would like to dedicate this yearbook 
to our families, without whose love, support and encour- 
agement, this time in medical school would have been so 
much more difficult. We appreciate your strength, your 
compassion, your patience, and for being there when we 
needed you. Thank You. 

Here are some of the families of 
the Class of 1990. . . 




The Zeledon Family (below) 



The Guerena Family (above) 




The Sullivan Family (below) 



The Desjarlais Family (above) 



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The Mokarry Family (above) 
The Faulhaber Family (below) 



The Eatherton Family (below) 





The McDonald Family (above) 
The Bonacci Family (below) 



The Voll< Family (above) 



The Anichini Family (below) 





The Cadle Family (below) 



The Ng Family (below) 







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The Tompa Family (above) 



The Blumenthal Family (above) The Lee Family (above) 





The Lee Family (above) 



The Miller Family (below) 



The Garno Family (below) 



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The Kim Family 



The Moretti Family 




The VonHelmburg Family 



The Simon Family 



Very 
Important 










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Administration 




Anthony Barbato, MD Provost 




Michael Rainey, PhD, Associate Dean of Academic and Student Af- 
fairs 




Terry Wronsl<i, Assistant Dean of Academic and Student Affairs 



Ralph Leischner, MD Acting Dean 



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Daniel Burr, PhD, Associate Dean of Admissions 




Mary Langbein. Assistant Dean of Educational Affairs 




Mike Lambesis, Dean of Students and Lisa Harrison, secretary 
to the Dean 




James Whitehead, Dean of Students 






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Department of Anatomy 

John Clancy, Jr., PhD - Chairman 





Department of Biochemistry 

Richard M. Schultz, PhD - Chairman 






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Department of Physiology 

James P. Filkins, PhD - Chairman 




Department of Pharmacology 

Israel Hanin, PhD - Chairman 




Department of Medicine 

Rolf Gunnar, MD - Chairman 




Department of OB/GYN 

John H. Isaacs, MD - Chairman 




Department of Pediatrics 

R. Morrison Hurley, MD - Chairman 




Department of Surgery 

Robert J. Freeark, MD - Chairman 




Department of Psychiatry 

Robert A. DeVito, MD - Chairman 




Department of Orthopedics 

Sidney J. Blair, MD - Chairman 




Department of Urology 

Robert C. Flanigan, MD - Chairman 




Department of Otolaryngology 

Gregory J. Matz, MD - Chairman 







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Department of Neurology 

Gastone G. Celesia, MD - Chairman 




We would like to thank 

all of those individuals who have contributed 

to our medical education 

both in the basic science and clinical years. 

You have provided us with a foundation of knowledge 

and a desire to learn 

which will carry us through our careers. 



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Chairmen of Other Departments 
Not Pictured 





Chester Herman. MD, PhD 
Department of Pathology 



David Thomasma. PhD 
Medical Humanities 





Rogelio Moncada, MD 
Department of Radiology 



Tadayo Hashimoto, MD. PhD 
Department of Microbiology 



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Special People 




In the Registrar's office: June Wozniak, Genevieve Fitzgibbon, Helene Orloff 





Father Boel, SJ 



Sandy Brehm, Office Manager, Student and Academic Affairs 




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A representative of the LUMC security force, IDs please 





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rhe Bursar's office: Gerry Coates, Bursar, and Jeanme Oczowski 




Mary Rhey in the Student Healtti Office 





Financial Aid: Donna Sobie and Mary Mega 




Mary Kroeger, RN in the Student Health Office 



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Mentors 



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Cheryl Neihaus asks the all important Dr. Gianopoulos has fun winning awards. Th 
question "are we having fun yet?" Is one for Best Clinical Instructor. 



Marianne Senese & David Feinberg have fun playing with kids. 



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Elaine Winkel's "fun" comes next year as 
Chief Resident. 



Dr. Kim always has fun 



Frank Giordano & Steve Sapyta are glad they are almost 
done having fun. They are ready to pass their responsibili- 
ties on to Elaine Winkel. 




Definition: Fun - MARCO! 
|| Marco impressed every student with his wit, charr 
and love of teaching. As a result, he was named Re; 
dent of the Year. Congrats Marco! 



Kurt Erickson has fun reading EKGs and 
keeping an eye on trainees. Watch out Dan! 



Dan Herriman is "slow working" in the ER at St. Judes, 




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Last years Best Resident. Tony Gregg, tries to get Bernd 
to have fun, but it looks like he s napping. 





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Bill Cannon would be having fun if it 
weren t for the phone stuck in his ear. 



Henry is . . . v\/ell, Henry. 




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Marcio has fun mugging for the camera. 



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In Memoriam 




John M. Fahey, S.J. 

"The first definition of a Jesuit is 'a member of a religious order,' the second is 'a lying, crafty, 
untrustworthy intriguer.' This lying, double-talking Jesuit welcomes you to Loyola. My door is always open. 
I don't preach and you don't have to be Catholic. I am here for you." 

John M. Fahey, S. J. was the assistant vice president of University Ministry and student advisor. He 
was also party-giver, teacher, and friend. He initiated events that are now integral to the character of Loyola- 
Stritch. We will all remember the Jesuit dinners, the medical student-faculty picnic, St. Luke's Day, student- 
faculty retreats, and the St. Lucia program. We thank Father Fahey for his dedication to Loyola and its stu- 
dents. We miss him. 



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Joseph P Allegretti 



Catherine A Anichini 



Omar Atassi 



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Ellen M Baker 



Mary F Bartel 



Martin F Bertram 




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26 Karen E Bhaskar 



Mark A Blumenthal 



Christine A Bonnacci 






Sylvie A Cadle 



Michael E Carney 



Pamela J Carney 






Maxim A Chasanov 



Paula Cioffi 



Christopher M Contino 






William G Cotts 



Catherine Counard 



Michael D D'Astice 27 






Scott T Davis 



Lawrence J Desjarlais 



Helen A Doktycz 






Peter B Dragisic 



Janet K Eatherton 



Ellen E Embry 






28 Peter F Faulhaber 



Scott K Fridkin 



Charles E Gambia 






Kelli J Garno 



Carolyn R Gawrysh 



Mary Gerard 






Zoran M Grujic 



Marc E Guay 



Michael P Guerena 






Deborah L Gumlna 



Brian A Gunter 



Cathleen M Harris 29 






John T Hassapis 



Peter Hill 



Kristin A Holm 






Guo Hon 



James F Hora 



Peter Hrabski 






30 Daniel A Huie 



Steven Craig Humphreys 



Smita Jain 






Paul Jemelian 



Karen R Judy 



Kenneth K Kau 






William B Keenan 



Alexander Kernel 



Robert J Killian 






David D Kim 



Karen E Kim 



Sherin S Koshy 31 






Nancy S LaMear 



Julie Nakao Lane 



Charles J Lanzarotti 






Lance C Larson 



John B Lazor 



Gin Lee 






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Robert Lee 



Paul A Lester 



Paul T Lorentsen 






Mary A Marovich 



Verghese Mathew 



James A McConnell 






Maureen K McCormack 



James V McDonald 



D Scott McMeekin 






John W Meccia 



James A Milford 



Donna M Miller 33 






Kent Neil Mittelberg 



Victor D Mokarry 



Jeffrey Moore 






Mark D Morasch 



Scott T Moretti 



Michael J Mutchler 






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Hyman Ng 



William Novak 



Robert L Panther 






Scott R Partyka 



Julie A Pavlin 



Mary Ann Perozzo-Chen 






Angelica Lim Phelan 



Sara S Pinkel 



Jill M Prafke 






Edith C Ramsdell 



Sally A Rathmann 



Lendell Richardson 35 






Stamatia Z Richardson 



Megan A Ritter 



Dorina S Scaunas 






Bernd Schumacher 



Brooke A Schumacher 



Howard M Segal 






36 Peter A Selz 



Piyush N Sheth 



Mark Simon 






Leslie A Solgaard 



Margaret A Sullivan 



Sarah H Sutton 






Kevin J Tarrant 



Rodney H Thill 



Edward S Tompa 






Stephen Volk 



Abby Von Heimburg 



Lisa A Wenger 37 






Gilbert Y Wong 



Jen H Wong 



Leiand T Wong 




Luis Robert Zeledon 



Pictures Not Submitted: 
James Brown 
Barbara Diakos 
Felicia Howard 
Thomas Long 
Philip Moore 
Yousuf Sayeed 



The Yearbook Committee would like to thank Wyckoff Studios 
for their generous donation of the class formal portraits used in 
this book. 



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It Was The 




It Was . . . 




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Freshman Year 

Do you recognize these people? 



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Barb and three blonde Greek friends 



Greek 
Night 




Opaal! 




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Guo and Mr. Ramsdell discussing world politics 




Scott showing off his form as team captain 



^MEDICAL 
ASSOCIATION 

'SOOTH DEARBORN STREET 




"Boy, this Dr. stuff Is great!' 



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Mike, Vic, & Mark figure they ve made it 
now that the first set of exams are over! 




Fun In the 
MDL's with 
Karen. Angie. 
Dave. & Gin 




Bill, Pete, Omar, & Dave at St. Luke's 




Dave, Pete, & Kevin just being themselves 



"Mmmm, pass the raviolis!" 




loat Dances 



Three chicks 
looking pretty 
excited about 
their first boat 
dance -Fall 1986 




Are Pam and Mike seasick, or just 
happy? 




While Mike smiles for the camera, Jim moves in on his woman 



Pete demonstrating that party lights can be both functional and decorative 
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Jim & Bill keep their 
eyes on the ball dur- 
ing the first (and last) 
annual 'Men vs. 
Asians and Women " 
volleyball game. 




Gotta love 
those class 
sweatshirts 
- and those 
burgers! 



The Phi Chi End-of-the-Year Pig Roast 




Sophomore Year 

An Odyssey, from the MDL's and classroom 




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Before the Boards 




National Board of Medical Examiners 




Fear 




Bulletin of Information 



and Description of 



National Board Examinations 



Regression 



Denial 



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Object Splitting 



\nd after the Boards 




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More, after the boards . . 




The Clinical Years 



First, the basics. 




How to write a note. 





"Where does this stuff go?" 



How to start an IV 



"You thinl< I can read an EKG?" 



"What am I doing 
here?" 



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Where to put a coat. 





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"Is this right?" 







'Welcome to General Surgery, sure now you smile" 




Everybody gets a complete exam 




They tried to teach us to empathize with our pa- 
tients, but this is ridiculous! 




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Fun on Pediatrics 





"We figured out what to do with beepers!" 



Sleeping, what's that? 



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More Clinical Experience 




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Judes Hospital, St Lucia. West Indies 



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Special Thanks to Karl Deterville for showing us the 
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Hora with Erin and Jacob 



James Edward Panther, 
Paul and JodI Lester, May 19, 1990 March 16, 1989 



Megan with daughter Kristin 




and Anne 




Scott and Valle. May 19, 1990 



Lance Larson and Denise Haag, May 5. 1990 




Stephanie Christine Phelan, January 3, 1990 
Angie and Mil<e Phelan, June 27, 1987 

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CHRISTIAN MEDICAL & DENTAL SOCIETY 

A Fellowship of Physicians and Dentists 




American Medical Women's Association 




Some of the events sponsored 
by AMWA include Lunch With 
the Docs, the Surviving Clerk- 
ships Panel, the Career Options 
Panel, Career Night, and the 
play "Awakenings". 




The officers and representatives include 
Dan Huie (Chair), Dan Digiulio (Vice 
Chair), Scott Steinbach (Secretary), Pete 
McCauley (Treasurer), Kevin Tarrant 
(ISMS delegate) Abby Von Heimburg 
(ISMS alternate), and Pete Selz (CMS 
rep). The AMA faculty advisor is Paul 
O'Keefe, MD. The AMA sponsored 
events such as the Medical Student re- 
cruitment at the Lakeshore campus and 
the Medical Malpractice Forum. 




Amnesty International 

Amnesty International is a politically neutral international organization that tries 
to protect the human rights of people who have been imprisoned for the peaceful ex- 
pression of their principles. 

The Health Professionals Network of Amnesty International is more specifically 
concerned with the medical condition, both physical and psychological, of these "pri- 
soners of conscience." It also takes a special interest in the cases of physicians and 
other health-care personnel who are imprisoned for treating the "wrong" people in 
repressive political situations. 

At Loyola Stritch School of Medicine the organization primarily tries to present 
issues to medical students that highlight possible ways they can participate as physi- 
cians in the worldwide struggle for freedom and human rights. 




Speakers included doctors from Palestine, discussing health care issues 
in that region. 



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'hysicians for Social 
Responsibility 

Physicians for Social Responsibility is the American branch of the International 
lysicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War, winner of the 1985 Nobel Peace Prize. 

The Loyola chapter sponsored movies and speakers, including visiting Soviet 
ysicians who presented at Department of Medicine Grand Rounds. "The Unforget- 
3le Fire," an exhibit of art by atomic bomb survivors, was held at the Peace Museum 
Chicago. Several members also attended the National Convention in Washington, 




International 
Physicians for the 
Prevention of 
Nuclear War . 




DONALD E JONES • GUY T JONES • 
RICHARD A KOSKI • JIMMY M LOC 
KENNETH C MOORE • DOUGLAS N \ 
WILUAM T PUFFENBARGER • MELVIN 



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PHILLIP E SEXTON • /4iP4AEL A SHRAMKO • LARRY R R 
SONNIE STEPHENS • GEORGE W STORZ • JOHN J S\JIU 
DALE K WILSON • DON AfcO WVAN FLEET • ?ODG^fO V 
BEN H WiaiAMS • TERRYA WILUAMS • JOHN M TOMW 
JERRY S BAK^ilAMES R BATEAMN • WILUAM H ViQW^ 
ROBERT L Ci»bW • ROBERT J COMSTOCK • tAAUWC 
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AMSA 




Among AMSA events are the annual instrument sale and the forum on Alterna 
Health Care. 





The officers of AOA are Paul Jemelian 
(President) and Peter Faulhaber (Vice 
President). Other members not pictured 
are Howard Segal, Tom Long, Jim Mora, 
Peter Hrabski, Bob Lee, and Sherin 
Koshy. 






Dear Abby, 

In your April 27, 1987 Neu- 
roscience co-op you included 
some quotes from the Loyola- 
Stritch Class of 1 990. Could you 
please reprint them? Thanks, 
I'm a big fan!! 

MD2B in Maywood 

Dear MD2B, 

Here are those famous (or 
should I say infamous) quotes. 
Thanks for your interest. Write 
again soon. 

Abby 



1. Abby - Hel-looooo. 

2. Mark B. - Thank you very little. It's no great shakes. There are very few things I do that I 
end up regretting. 

3. Sarah S. - I think that's important. Do you really think so? Well that's interesting. 

4. Dr. Shea - Sonameter 

5. Lisa W. - Totally Totally cool. Look at how red he (Ed, Jim McDonald, etc.) is! 

6. Rich Fleming - You know 

7. Scott P. - This lecture's wastin' my time — I'm outta here. 

8. Vic - Stowa bowat vitamins. 

9. Sherry S. - He's French. 

10. Howard - My dog broke his toenail today. My dog wants to go to medical school. I want to 
marry my dog. 

Mark S. - I was just wondering . . . 

Phil M. - Gotta like it. It's great. I'm the Revolutionary War. I'm history. 
Nancy L. - In California ... OK ... Ok ... Ok .. . 
Geeker - Just say no. 

Kevin - That s t happens. 

Carolyn 




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Hey Babe. 
Jim McConnell - Go with the Navy — the uniforms are better. 

18. Larry D. - Linda doesn't know about it. Linda knows. I know — I'm terrible . . . What can I 
say? 

19. Brian G. - How's it going? 

20. Jim B. - Hey man — cool concert. 

21. Marty - I don't know — I'm not a doctor. 

22. Steve V. - Go for it! Yah! 

23. Maxster - Niiiice. — ster. 

24. Maggie - Frank Sinatra was great. 

25. Dave R. - She's nice . . . she's really nice. 

26. Karen J. - That's the P thing. 

27. Mary Ann - I never study on Sunday. That test was so easy. 

28. Helen - Is class over yet? I don't always say what I mean but I mean what 1 say. 

29. Omar - Well!!! Sweet. 

30. Metch - I'm Babe Winkleman's greatest fan. 

31. Dr. Filkins - Pooberty. 

32. Joe A. - I need a new girlfriend — no I don't — yes I do — no I don't . . . Stop whining. 

33. Cathy H. - I'm sorryyyyyyyyyyy. 

34. Bill C. - Girls give me a headache. 

35. Cathy C. - But first I want to get a cup of coffee. 

36. Edie - He's playing Dr. Dress-up today. In New York ... In Paris ... In Tokyo ... so vogue. 



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Pam - Where's Mike? 
Mike - Where's Pam^ 

Scott D. - I just don't know. I just couldn't help myself. 
Scott F. - Make sure you come to the next PSR meeting. 
Bob L. - Just great — couldn't be better. 

Dave K. - The upside down, hang in the air, 180 degree, one eye closed, ball in the mouth, 
with a half twist shot! 

Tom L. - I won't bother explaining this 'cause I don't think any of you will understand. 
Henry - IDs please. 
Paul Lester - The big cheese. 
Mike D. - Friday afternoon — Village Pub. 
Sherin K. - So Dr. Lipsius . . . 
Ed - N.P. 

Chris C. - Anyone for a study break? Anyone for a pizza break? Anyone for a Burger King 
break? 

Megan - Hey dude. 

John L. - My name is Lazor, not Laser. 
John Maffeo - I've got that big school mentality. 
Chris B. - That's above me. 
Donna - Ya bojack! Smack em! 
Cathy A. - Excuse me?? I don't believe you guys!! 
GLOW . . . GLOW . . . GLOW . . . GLOW 



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say . . . 
Ellen B. 
Debbie 
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GLOW ... As Scott Thorson would 



Like yaaaaahhhhhhh 

Stop it John — you're so immature. 

Shut up, Debbie — you know you like it. 
Dan H. - You gotta go to this party — there'll be a thousand nursing students there! 
Paul J. - Ohhhhh. Does that have anything to do with free radicals? 
Pete H. - That'll happen. 
Robert Z. - Gimme a breeeeak. Oh grow up! 

Dr. Cooper - A Golda's hotdog for the right answer. Your parents are paying $1 6,000 a year 
for you to call it a patella, not a knee cap. 

65. Janet E. - You've got to try the Marin Mud Baths. We just nuked the aorta. 

66. Barb D. - You can tell me — it won't go any farther than this. 

67. Hyman - And I didn't even need steroids. Heinekens are on sale this week. 

68. Smita - He's just my friend. 

69. Mary B. - Hey buddy. Last weekend was so hot. I want to take him away to a beach in South 
America. 

70. Peter F. - Good deal! Huh huh! 

71. Gil - Sparking out. A lotta action. The games have begun. It's too late — I'm not a happy 
camper. Somebody's gonna pay. 

72. Kelli - Yo mama. Butthead. . . . and blah, blah, blah ... So what are you trying to say? 
No flippin' way! 

73. Jim McDonald -Good Morning!! Thanks for coming!! Pleasure to see you!!! And how is every- 
body on this incredibly beautifully glorious wonderful day??? I'll have another Shirley Temple! 
I'm living on the edge! 

74. Air Guo - This not California accent. 

75. Everybody (whenever a volunteer was needed) - SHERRY! SHERRY! SHERRY! SHERRY! 




P.S. Remember, these quotes reflected the times in 1 987 
— things may have changed! And, as I said in the original 
printing — if I missed your quote, I'm sorry; if I didn't miss 
your quote, I'm sorrier! 

Abby 



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Underclassmen 



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Class of 1991 




Personal 
Favorites 



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Scott Moretti 




Kristin Holm 




Erik Pendleton, Age 2y2 



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/lary Ann Perozzo-Chen 





ance Larson 




Rodney Thill 




Thank you for the 
opportunity to be 
a part of the class 
of 1990!!! 

It was fun!!! 



This is the Thill's 
Ambre and Rod 



Lawrence Desjarlais 





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A special tribute to those around me who made 
this possible; for the lessons not learned in school, 
the special memories of my brother Bernard will live on 




3rooke A. & Bernd Schumacher 






Between the exhilaration of Beginning... 
And the Satisfaction of Concluding, 

Is the Middle-Time of Enduring. . .Changing. . .Trying. . 
Despairing. . .Continuing. . .Becoming. 

And we in our Middle-Times of Wondering and Waiting, 
Hurrying and Hesitating, Regretting and RevislQ^- 
We who have begun many things... 
And seen but few completed- 
We who are becoming more... and less- 
Through the evidence of God's Middle-Time 
Have a stabilizing hint 
That we are not mistakes. 
That we are irreplaceable. 
That our Being is of interest. 
And our Doing is of purpose. 
That our Being and Doing are surrounded by Amen. 

Author Unknown 




Brian Gunter 




Bob Killian 



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Cenneth Kau 





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NATIVE 



The Golden Stote 



: STlCREfi ART 



^eizr-THFl^AY! 



103 



Karen Kim & Bob Lee 




Vlarc E. Guay 




Thanks Mom and Dad. You're the greatest. I 
hope your grandchildren, my favorite group of 
kids, grow up to be like you. And, if anyone 
wants to see the sights Mike and I saw in 
Maine, don't hesitate to call. 




Julie E. Nakao 




Dorina Scaunas 




Karen Judy 





Oh! What a night! - Goldys 



Tailgating at Brewers game 



106 




Ellen Baker 




^ob Panther 




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wish for you to 
be happy, 
and to reach 
for the best . . . 
For what is happiness, 
if not to believe in 
and follow 
one's dream? 

Theophile Gautier 



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The next Doogie Hauser, MD? 



Catherine Counard & Mark Simon 




Vlary Marovich 




Debbie Gumina 




The Road Not Taken 

Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, 
And sorry I could not travel both 
And be one traveler, long I stood 
And looked down one as far as I could 
To where it bent in the undergrowth; 

Then took the other, as just as fair 
And having perhaps the better claim. 
Because it was grassy and wanted wear; 
Though as for that, the passing there 
Had worn them really about the same. 

And both that morning equally lay 
In leaves no step had trodden black. 
Oh. I kept the first for another day! 
Yet knowing how way leads on to way, 
I doubted if I should ever come back. 

I shall be telling this with a sigh 
Somewhere ages and ages hence: 
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I- 
I took the one less traveled by, 
And that has made all the difference. 

-Robert Frost 



John Hassapis 



A family too cool for words! 



Scott Fridkin 




In the future there will be an atomic 

war that will reduce the survivors to 

savages. 
In the tuture water will be expensive. 
In the future all material items will be 

free. 
In the future everyone's house will be 

like a little fortress, 
in the future everyone will think about 

love all the time. 
In the future IV will be so good that 

the printed word will function as an 

artform only. 
In the future people with boring jobs 

will take pills to relieve the 

boredom. 
In the future everyone but the wealthy 

will be ver> happy. 
In the future everyone but the wealthy 

will be very filthy. 
In the future everyone but the wealthy 

will be very healthy. 
In the future our bodies Wiii'L-V 

shriveled up but healthy and our 

brains will be bigger. 
In the future there will be starving 

people everywhere. 
In the future no one will be able to 

afford TV or newspapers resulting 

in no one knowing what's going on. 
In the future people will live in space. 
In the future only the very wealthy will 

have pets. 
In the future the poor will be regulated 

by the rich. 
In the future the crippled, retarded, and 

helpless will be killed. 
In the future there will be so mucn 

going on that no one will be able to 

keep track of it. 



Omar Atassi 




rSir William Osier I1849-1919] 
The profession of medicine is distin- 
guished from all others by its singular 
beneficence. 

Aeguanimitas, ujith Other Ad- 
dresses, "Chauvinism in Medi- 
cine" 

Medicine is the only world-wide pro- 
fession, following everywhere the same 
methods, actuated by the same ambi- 
tions, and pursuing the same ends. 

Ibid., "Unity, Peace, and Coo- 
cord" 

Medicine is a science of uncertainty 

and an art of probability. 

Quoted by William B. Bean in 
So- WiUiam Osier: Aphorisms, 



Sir Francis Bacon [1561-1626] 

The poets did well to conjoin Music 
and Medicine in Apollo; because the 
office of medicine is but to tune this 
curious harp of man's body and to re- 
duce it to harmony. 

The Advancement oj Learning, 

Bk. II 



Alfred North Whitehead 
[1861-1947] 

Knowledge does not keep any better 
than fish. 

The Aims of Education, Sect. 

Ill, Ch. VII 



CelsUS [25 B,C.-A.D, 50] 

Common sense is in medicine the mas- 



ter workman. 

Ibid., Ch, V 



fiuang Ti (The Yellow Emperor) 

(2697-2597 B.C.] 

The kidneys are like the officials who 
(Jo energetic work, and they excel 
through their ability and cleverness. 

,Ve> Ching Su Win. Bk. 3, Sect. 
8 (tr. by Ilza Veith in The Yel- 
low Emperor's Classic of In- 
ternal Medicine) 



If you can keep your head when ail about you are 
losing theirs and blaming it on you; 

If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you 
and make allowance for their doubting, too; 

If you can wait and not be tired of waiting or being 
lied about don't deal in lies; or being hated 
don t give way to hating; and yet don t look too 
good or talk too wise; 

If you can dream, and not make dreams your mat- 
ter; 

If you can think, and not make thoughts your aim; 

If you can meet with triumph and disaster, and 
treat those two imposters just the same; or 
watch the things you gave your life to, broken, 
and stoop and build them up with worn out 
tools; 

f you can make one heap of all your winnings and 
risk it on one turn of pitch and toss, and lose, 
and start again at your beginnings and never 
breathe a word about your loss; 

If you can force your heart and nerve and sinew to 
serve your turn long after they are gone and so 
hold on when there is nothing in you except 
the will which says to them: "Hold on! " 

If neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you. 

If all count with you - but none too much; 

If you can fill the unforgiving minute with sixty sec- 
onds worth of distance run. 

Yours is the Earth and everything that's in it . . . 

-Rudyard Kipling. 



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Vlartin Bertram 




Nancy LaMear 




A special thank you to my 
doctor-teacher-friends, Dan 
Conway, and Dr. Max. And 
to all my friends, and espe- 
cially - Mom. 




Piyush Seth 





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athy Harris 




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Hyman Ng 




Hyman, we made this drink just for you. Trust us. 



South Padre Island will never be the same 



Nothing beats skiing with friends 





Moments later Bill was found l 
conscious. Chris was nowhere 
be found. 



Who are these people and what are they doing in my picture? 



The Siamese Quadruplets go out for drinks 



Dan Huie 





Thanks to my family for their help and support! 



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Social Rounds at St. Francis 



More "Social Rounds" at St. Fran 
cis; (Jorge Cavero, M.D. assisting) 



South Padre Is- 
land 1987; (note: 
Bill Cotts in 
background 
demonstrating 
decorticate rigid- 
ity) 



116 




Road trip crew; Matamoros, Mexico 1987 




<elli Garno 




Dad. Grandma, and my big brother. Rich (Miss you. Grandma XOXO) 

Thanks everybody (including all of those whose pictures 
wouldn't fit) for your prayers and support! 
"... I count all things to be loss in view of the sur- 
passing value of knowing Christ Jesus my Lord." 

-Philippians 3:8 



Auntie Vir 
Vir & Unca 
Gene (now I 
get to show 
your picture 
to every- 
one!) 




int Florence & 



Some of the gang back home 



\bby von Heimburg 




Sherin Koshy 

Thanks for the love and fun, Mom and Dad, Si 
mon, JP. SC, AV, LW, and BD 





j" If at first you don't succeed, try to hide your surprise. 



Pete Dragisic 




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Maggie Sullivan 




Vlark Morasch 




Don't worry, cause every little thing's gonna be al- 
right 




Charles Lanzarotti 








THE SPUNKSTER 



There are those who think that life 
Has nothing left to chance 
With a host of holy horrors 
To direct our aimless dance 

You can choose a ready guide 
In some celestial voice 
If you choose not to decide 
You cannot have made a choice 

You can choose from phantom fears 
And kindness that can kill 
I w/ill choose a path that's clear 
I will choose free will 



-RUSH 



THE CHUCKSTER 



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Stephen Volk 




'aul Jemelian Jr 





Leland Tracy Wong 




Scott R. Partyka 




loran M. Grujic 




He glanced at the clock 
on the wall. 
Its image was blurred. 
He squinted, but without 
any success. 
Eventually everyone has 
to come to terms with 
the imperfections of 
their vision. 

Zoran M. Gruiic 



Robert Zeledon 





Pam and Michael Carney 




I COMMAND YOU: 
Act like a complete 
Idiot on a public 
Street 



"Boy, IS It hot in there!' 



I can't breathe either 



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Thanks to all of our family and friends. May 

the future bring health and happiness to all 

With love, 

Mike & Pam 



The last tan before retirement 



St. Martin 



^ax Chasanov 




Performing Hummel Trumpet Concerto with the South- 
west Symphony Orchestra. 



My father and 1-1973 



Me. my sister Genevra. and my brother 
in 1977 at U. of C. Graduation 



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Mike Guerena 




I would like to thank my family, for being there for me when 

I needed the support 

Marc, K.A.. Thanks for the friendship and the good times. 



130 



Bill Cotts 





Catherine Aniciiini 




When I grow up I want to be a doctor, 
and I want to be a lawyer. 




Catherine and Maureen Anichini, M.D., J.D. 









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My Futures so bright . 





Me and my bubble blowing buddy 



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Mark Blumenthal 




Lisa Wenger 





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Ubermetch 




Steve Garvey'' 




The Geek 



Jeffrey G. Moore 




A double-blind study determines if a drug will work in other patients. 

Keeping your eyes wide open allows you to see it it works in your patient 

When instructing patients, 

make the implicit, explicit. 

Patients know more than you think, 

and think more than you know. 

If you would like to see more patients 

do more for the patients you are seeing. 

Beware of patients that call you "Doc' , they often 

fail to pay their bills. 

Sir William Osier 




134 



^ic Mokarry 




Donna Miller 




I've been blessed with a loving family, 

fantastic friends and a terrific guy. 

To them I say Thanks for giving me love 

vi^isdom and good times and most importantly, 

for being patient. 

Most of all, I want to thank my mom - 

"I couldn't have done it without you!" 



Angelica Lim Phelan 




"Trust in the Lord, and do good; 
Delight yourself in the Lord, 
and He will give you the 
desires of your heart ..." 

-Psalm 37 




Paul Lester 




Maureen McCormack 




Jim Milford 




and the greatest of these is love." 

1 Corinthians 13:13 



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High School Graduation 




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Stamatia Zimianitis and Lendel Richardson 




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Bits and Pieces 
Bits and Pieces 



People. People Important to you, 
people unijnportant*. to you cross 
your life, touch it with love and 
carelessness and move on. 

There are people who leave you 
and you breathe a sigh of relief 
and wonder why you ever came into 
contact with them. 

There are people who leave you 
and you breathe a sigh of remorse 
and wonder why they had to go 
away and leave such a gaping hole. 



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Children leave parents, friends leave friends. 

Acquaintances move on. People chajige 

homes. People grow apart. Enemies hate 

and move on. Frienci^ love and move 

on. You think on tije, many who 

have moved into lazy memory. You look 

on those present and wonder. 



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I believe in God's master plan in lives. 

He moves people in and out of each ethers 

lives, and each leaves his mark on the- 

other. You find you are made up of 

bits and pieces of all who have ever touched 

your life, you are more because of it, and 

you would be less if they had not touched you 

Pray_ God that you accept the bits and 

pieces in humility and wonder, 

and never question, and never regret. 



Bits and Pieces 
Bits and Pieces 




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Janet K. Eatherton 








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Sara Pinkel 




Sally Rathmann 




Megan Ritter 




Helen Doktycz 






To my parents - Thank yoi 




Joseph P. Allegretti 




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Edith C. Ramsdell 



To my Parents, 

What can I say? Without your wholehearted support, there would be no Dr. Ramsdell. 
This M.D. is as much yours as mine. I can only hope to repay you by being the best 
physician I'm capable of being. 
To my brother, Tom, 
You are my best friend and I love you. 

As time passes and we head our separate ways, may we always have the time we had 
in the past to "walk us out in the Morning Dew, My Honey." 
To Grandmumzie. 

I miss you! I really wanted you to be here this year to share and celebrate this time 
with me. Somehow, somewhere, I know that in your own little way you really are here. 
We Edies stick together - don't we? 
To all my friends, far and near, 

You'd have to be crazy to stick out this "med school" thing with me. Thanks for under- 
standing. True friendships are few and far between. No matter how scarce I may have 
been these last four years, I value and appreciate our relationship more each day. 
Hell of a ride, though-eh? 
To everyone. 
A few parting thoughts , . , 

"Lately, it occurs to me what a long, strange trip it's been". 

"Once in a while you can show them the light in the strangest of places when you 

look at it right. " 

"The wheel is turning and it can't slow down. You cant let go and you cant hold 

on. You can't go back and you can't stand still and if the thunder don't get you then 

the lightening will". 

Thanks Jerry I couldn't have said it better myself. 

"May the four winds roll you safely Home." 

Love, Edie. 



Ellen Embry 




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A/illiam B. Keenan 




Michael J. Mutchler 




COURAGE is putting your fear aside and doing 
your job 



Gil Wong 




James McConnell 




Karen Bhaskar 




lallfornia 



Florida 



My travels during medical school 




Australia 



Seattle 



Colorado 



You can't know if you do not go 
I know it has been said, 
And thanks to you the moun- 
tains blue 
Were drifting through my head. 



149 



Pete Hill 




Soon to be Dr. and Mrs. Peter B. Hill 



Mike Lambesis 




Graduating from U of I, 1986; Here pictured with "Financial Backers" 




Vacationing after Boards Part I. 




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THANKS ivIIKE!!!! 
For all your help, advice, and f 
tience, we couldn't have done 
without you! 



MATCH 
DAY 




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March 21, 1990, 10:30 AM — tension is mounting 




Megan is way 
too busy to 
be nervous 



Smita just needs a hug to calm her nerves 



11:00 AM — The Big Moment 




^ike Lambesis helps Maggie find the right envelope 




Paula can't wait to get that envelope open 



1 couple of old MDL buddies sharing the exciting nevi/s 

11:30 AM — time to eat 




Nevi/ York here she 
comes! 




The Ritters grab a bite (or a plate) 
153 



and time to celebrate with friends! 




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2. 42 



"mURSOAY. MARCH 22. 1990 



^S'ft' Sports Final 



Match Day 
fever hits 
medical 
students 

Seniors sweat out 
hospital placement 

By Tom Seibel 

Blood pressure ran high 
Wednesday morning at Doc 
Ryan's saloon in Forest Park. 

That's where about 100 gradu- 
ating medical students from Loy- 
ola University's Stritch School of 
Medicine gathered to learn where 
they would spend their next sever- 
al years of residency training. 

San Francisco Bay area natives 
Michael Phelan, 29, a University 
of Chicago medical student, and 
his wife, Angelica, 28, who attends 
Loyola, were among the anxious 
waiting. They took turns holding 
their bubbling 11 -week-old daugh- 
ter, Stephanie. 

The couple requested a place- 
ment at a good California hospital 
where Michael could learn to 
practice family medicine, and An- 
gelica pediatrics. 

They were understandably a lit- 
tle nervous. 

Then came the great news. 
They both had been accepted at 
the University of California at Ir- 
vine. Michael and Angelica both 
put in their applications through 
Loyola, though he attends the U. 
of C, so they could learn their 
fates together. 

The couple hugged and kissed 
in relief after learning they both 
received their first choice and 
were headed for the sunny climes 
of California. 

"No more winters," said an ec- 
static Angelica. 

Annually, some 15,000 seniors 
nationwide go through the same 
ritual at noon. Eastern time, on 
the same day, called "Match 
Day." 

Similar shindigs were happen- 
ing around the city at other medi- 
cal schools. 

Many students visited their po- 
tential picks before selecting a 
group and then ordering their 
preferences. Likewise, the hospi- 
tals had listed their preferences 
and needs to set up the matching 
scenario. 

All that information was put 
into the computers of the Nation- 
al Residency Matching Program. 
And then out come the matches. 

Most students had made their 
selection on the basis of hospital 
reputations. Some had chosen 
places they would like to live. 
Others wanted to be near family 
members. 




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Not all the students were lucky 
enough to get their first choices. 

Misty eyed Mary Bartel, 25, of 
Chicago, was comforting her 
friend Sylvie Cadle, 25, of Mon- 
terrey, Calif. 

"We're both disappointed. I'm 
going to Dallas; I put in for Hous- 
ton," said Bartel. "I'm a single, 
25-year-old, attractive, young 
woman. . . . What is there in Dal- 
las?" 

Cadle, meanwhile, discovered 
she was headed for Madison, Wis., 
instead of her first choice, Colora- 
do. 

"Let's go to ti)« beach and Q^ a 
Utti'^ Bartel. said 



155 



Life after Loyola . . . 



Allcgrelli, Joseph 
Anichini, Catherine 
Atassi, Omar 
Baker, Ellen 
Bartel, Marv 
Bertram, Martin 
Bhaskar, Karen 
Blumenthal, Mark 
Bonacci, Christine 
Brtiwn, James 
Cadle, Sylvia 
Carney, Michael 
Canicy, Pamela 
Chasanov, Maxim 
Cioffi, Paula 
Contino, Christopher 
Cotts, William 
CoLinard, Catherine 
D'Astiee, Michael 
Davis, Scott 
Desjarlais, LaxATvnce 
Diakos, Barbara 
Doktycz, Helen 
Dragisic, Peter 
Eatherton, JaenI 
Embry, Ellen 
Faiilhaber, Peter 
Fndkin, Scott 
Gambia, Charles 
Gamo, Kelli 
Gawrysh, Carolyn 
Gedrard, Mary 
Gnijic, Zoran 
Guay, Marc 
Guerena, Michael 
Gumina, Deborah 
Gunter, Brian 
Hams, Cathleen 
Hassapis, John 
Hill, Peter 
Holm, Kristin 
Hon. George G. 
Hora, James 
Howard, Felicia 
Hrabski, Peter 
Hnie, Daniel 
Humphreys, Steven 
Jain, Sinita 
Jemelian, Paul 
Judy, Karen 
Kau, Kenneth 
Keenan, William 
Kernel, Alexander 
Killian, Robert 
Kim, David D 
Kim, Karen 
Koshy, Sherin 
Lamear, Nancy 
Lanzarotti, Charles 
Larson, Lance 



Indiana University Medical Center 

West Suburlian Hospital 

William Beaumont Hospital 

Naval Hospital - San Diego 

University of Texas - Dallas 

Northwestern University 

Eiist Virginia Medical School 

Yale-New Haven Hospital 

University of California - Davis 

Loyola 

University of Wisconsin - Madison 

Duke University Medical Center 

Duke University Medical Center 

Loyola 

University Hospital of Cleveland 

Long Island Jewish 

University of Iowa - Iowa City 

Naval Hospital - Charleston 

Loyola 

Brooke Anny Medical Center 

Loyola 

St. Francis - Evanston 

Lutheran General Hospital 

Rush/Presbyterian-St. Lukes 

University of California - Davis 

St. Johns Mercy Med Center 

University Hospital of Cleveland 

University of Minnesota 

Letterman Anny Medical Center 

Phoenix Hospitals 

Loyola 

Lutheran General Hospital 

Northwestern University 

Loyola 

Medical College of Wisconsin 

Loyola 

Loyola 

Barnes Hospital 

Loyola 

Northwestern University 

Loyola 

University of California - Irvine 

Duke University 

Loyola 

Indiana University 

Stanford University 

Loyola 

Long Island Jewish 

UCLA 

University of Chicago 

UCLA 

Ltiyola 

Loyola 

Chicago Medical School 

Medical College of Wisocnsin 

Northweslem University 

University of Maryland - Baltimore 

UCLA 

University of Michigan - Ann Arbor 

Virginia Mason Hospital (Washington) 



Otolaryngology 

Family Practice 

Urology 

Transitional 

Pediatrics 

Physiatry 

Opthamalogy 

Pediatrics 

Medicine 

Surgery 

Medicine 

Obstetrics/Gynecology 

Obstetncs/Gynecology 

Psychiatry 

Surgery 

Emergency Medicme 

Medicine 

Family Practice 

Medicine 

Transitional 

Medicine 

Obstetrics/Gynecology 

Medicine 

Anesthesia Research 

Medicine 

Obstetncs/Gynecology 

Radiology 

Medicine 

Transitional 

Pediatncs 

Pediatncs 

Medicme 

Neurology 

Surgery 

Urology 

Surgery 

Medicine 

Obstetrics/Gynecology 

Surgery 

Medicine 

Medicuie 

Medic uie 

Medicine 

Pediatrics 

Orthopedics 

Law School 

Orthopedics 

Radiology 

Medicine 

Pediatrics 

Family Practice 

Medicine 

Pathology 

Radiology 

Opthalmology 

Medicine 

Medicine 

Pediatrics 

Medicine 

Medicine 



156 



Lazor. John 
Lcc, Gin 
Lee. Robert 
Lester, Paul 
Long, Thomas 
Lorentsen, Paul 
Manwieh, Mary 
Malhevv, Verghese 
McConnell, James 
MeConnaek, Maureen 
MeDonald, James 
MeMeekm, Donald 
Meeeia, John 
Milford, James 
Miller, Donna 
Mitlelberg, Kent 
Mokarry, Vietor 
Moore, Jeffrey 
Moore, Philip 
Moraseh, Mark 
Moretti. Seott 
Mutehler. Miehael 
Nakao, Julie 
Ng, Hyman 
Novak, William 
Panther, Robert 
Partyka, Seott 
Pavlin, Julie 
Pero/zo-Chen, Mary 
Phelan, Angeliea Lim 
Pinkel, Sara 
Prafke, Jill 
Ramsdell, Edith 
Rathmann, Sally 
Riehardson, Lendell 
Richardson, Stamalia 
Ritter, Megan 
Sayeed, Yousuf 
Seaunas, D<iriiia 
Schumacher, Bemd 
Schumacher, Bnwke 
Segal, Howard 
Selz, Peter 
Sheehan, Slacey 
Sheth, Piyush 
Simon, Mark 
Solgaard, Lesie 
Sullivan, Margaret A 
Sutton, Sarah 
Tarrant, Kevin 
Thill, Rodney 
Tompa, Edward 
Volk, Stephen 
Von Heimburg, Abby 
Wenger, Elizabeth 
Wong, Gilbert 
Wong, Jen 
Wong, Leland 
Zeledon, Luis 



Massachusetts Eye and Ear (Harvard) 

Childrens Hospital - Los Angeles 

University of Minnesota 

Madigan Army Medical Center - Seattle 

UCLA 

Good Samantan Phoenix 

University of Colorado - Denver 

Mayo 

Bethesda Naval Hospital 

University of Colorado - Denver 

Oakland Naval Hospital 

Llniversity of California - Irvine 

University of Wisconsin - Madison 

St Michael - Milwaukee 

UCLA 

University of Iowa - Iowa City 

Loyola 

Brooke Army Medical Center 

Loyola 

Loyola 

University of South Flonda - Tainpa 

UCLA 

UCSF 

Discretionary Time 

Indiana University 

Medical College of Wisconsin 

Fitzsimons Army Medical Center 

Tripler Anny Medical Center 

University of Illinois - Chicago 

University of California - Irvine 

Santa Clara Valley Medical Center 

University of Illinois - Chicago 

Medical Center Hospital - Vennont 

UCSF 

Illinois Masonic Medical Center 

St Joseph Hospital (Northwestern) 

WUford Hall Lackland Air Force Base 

Rush-Presbytenan-Sl Lukes 

Michael Reese 

Michael Reese 

Loyola 

University of Chicago 

Southern Illinois University 

University of Chicago 

Discretionary Time 

Medical University of South Carolina 

Valley Medical Center Fresno (UCSF) 

Boston City Hospital 

University of Michigan- Ann Arbor 

Medical College of Wisconsin 

Rush-Presbyterian-St. Lukes 

New England Medical Center 

use 

Northwestern University 

Medical College of Pennsylvania 

Mayo 

University of Wisconsin - Madison 

Naval Hospital - Oakland 

Childrens Hospital - Oakland 



Otolaryngology 

Pediatncs 

Ophthalmology 

Medicine 

Medicine 

Me die ine/Pedia tries 

Medicine 

Medicine 

Surgery 

Radiology 

Pediatrics 

Ohstetncs/Gynecology 

Otolaryngology 

Family Practice 

Pediatrics 

Urology 

Otolaryngology 

Transitional 

Medicine 

Surgery 

Ophthamology 

Family Practice 

Anesthesiology 

Medicine 

Medicine 

Transitional 

Obstetnes/Gynecology 

Obstetncs/Gynecology 

Pediatrics 

Medicine 

Obstetrics/Gynecology 

Surgery 

Pediatncs 

Medicine 

Family Practice 

Pathology 

Anesthesiology 

Obstetncs/Gynecology 

Obstetrics/Gynecology 

Obstetncs/Gynecology 

Psychiatry 

Otolaryngology 

Pediatncs 

Family Practice 

Obstetncs/Gynecology 

Pathology 

Medicinc/Pediatncs 

Anesthesiology 

Surgery 

Anesthesiology 

Psychiatry 

Anesthesiology 

Medicine 

Anesthesiology 

Radiology 

Surgery 

Pediatrics 



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The whole gang! 



Jason Paul RItter Sept. 14, 
1989. 



Medical Student Union 1990 



Just a little more fun 




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A Word From 




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Stritch Alumni Association 




The members of the Stritch School 
of Medicine Alumni Association 
welcome you to the Stritch Alumni 
Family! We look forward to seeing you 
at your Tenth Anniversary Class 
Reunion in the year 2000. 

Congratulations and best wishes 
for a successful and rewarding medical 
career. 




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David Hale, M.D. '71 

Vice President 

Medical Alumni Association 



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people and departments for their generous support of this book: 

Anatomy 

Anesthesiology 

Internal Medicine 

Microbiology 

Neurology 

Nuclear Medicine 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Ophthalmology 

Orthopedics 

Otolaryngology 

Pathology 

Pediathcs 

Pharmacology 

Physiology 

Psychiatry 

Radiology 

Radiation Therapy 

Surgery 

Cardiovascular Surgery 

Urology 

Medical Student Union 

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Dear Abby, 

Since age five, you tiave 
wanted to be a Doctor. You 
made it! Happiness will come 
from doing meaningful work. 

Love, 
Dad 



Dear Bob, 

Congratulations! We are so 
proud of you. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad Killian 

Patti, Danny, and 

Grandpa and Grandma Miller 




Congratulations 
Karen!!! 



You did it! 

You did it! 



Your Mom, Dad, Brothers, 

Uncles, Cousins, and Friends 

are very proud of you! 

Love 
Mom & Dad 



Congratulations! 
Class of 1 990 




Fur Edith 

Ich Hebe Dich 

Mein Deutsch ist nun viel 

besser! 

Grandmumzie 



From 
Lew and Betsy 
Tom and Edie 




Dear Sherin 

Congratulations 
& Best Wishes. 
We are very 
proud of you. 
Love 

Mom, Dad & 
Simon 




Jim 

M.D., 

Ph.D., 

B.S. 



But More Important: 

Son 

Husband 

Father 

We are so proud! 

Dad & Mom 



Congratulations Kevin. 
May you always enjoy 
the luck of the Irish and 
the protection of Saint 
Kevin of Glendalough, 
your patron saint. 
Go n'eirig an t'adh leat. 

Mom, Dad, Joseph, 
Brian, & Kathleen 



To our son 
Dr. Chuck Gambia 
and our son-in-law 
Dr. Scott Partyka — 

With much love and 
endless pride from 

Mom & Dad (Bern & Carol 
Gambia) 
Brothers: Dr. Chris Gambia 
Dr. Kurt Gambia 
Mr. Jeff Gambia 
sister: Mrs. Lisa Partyka 




We are so 

proud of our 

"Dr. Bill!" 



We Love You 

Your Family - The Keenans 

Mom and Dad, Irish, 

Dan, Tom, Nora, and 

Dr. Brian & Betsy Moran. 





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Dear Vic, 

Congratulations! 
We now can pronounce 
"Otolaryngology. " We are so 
proud of you. 

Our love, 
Mom, Dad, and Tim 


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To Peter Faulhaber 








Congratulations Dr. Mo! 

You've done it again! 

We are a 1 very proud of you. 

Dad, Mom and Mike 


Your commitment to medicine reflects your 
father's commitment to teaching. 

His spirit is with us in celebrating your 
graduation. 


"lllegitamus Noncarborundum" 


Love, 

Mom, Roberta, Christina, and Elizabeth 


Congratulations and Best Wishes 

to 

Our Son Brian 

and 


Congratulations 
to the Class of 1990. 


The Class of 1990 


May you herald 


Louis & Merilyn Gunter 


a renaissance of caring 

and common sense 

in American medicine! 

From the family 
and friends 


Congratulations Ken! 

We are so proud. 

We wish you success and happiness 

in all your future years. 


Love, 

Dad, Mom, Po-po 

& brothers 

Tongy, Wes, and Norm 


of 
Sara PinkeL 



Congratulations 

to our son, 

Christopher, 

and all the graduates 
of Loyola University 

Stritch School 
of Medicine 

Class of 1 990 

Mr. and Mrs. 
Conrad Contino 



Congratulations 

and Best Wishes 

Neil Mittelberg 

and Class of 1 990 

Love 
Mom and Dad 



Our congratulations to 
Brooke and Bernd Schumacher 

and all Loyola Medical School 
graduates of 1990. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Michelle, Scott and Kirster 

Jakob and Jason, 

Chris and Tonnia Phelps 




B-O-B, 
B^O-B, 



Bobby, 
Bobby Lee! 



Bet you never realized when 
you opened that first school door 
that you wouldn't be coming 
back out for 21 years. 
Congratulations! 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, & family 



Scott Moretti . . . 

There is a bright 

shining star over 

the Town of La Ralle 

We are all 
very proud of you . 

Mom and Dad 



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"Dr. John B. Lazor and his first "patient" 

Congratulations, John, and all best wishes 
in the future. 

Love, Mom, Dad, Kathleen, Jim, Joe and 
all your family. 



Dear Charles, 

We are so proud of you, 

Congratulations. 

Love, Mother and Dad 

Betty and Joseph 

Lanzarotti 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 

to Jill 
from all the Prafke's. 

We're proud to be your family. 

Dad and Gloria 
Karen, Linda, Mark, and Sandy 




Dear Paul Lester: 

Words cannot express how proud and 
happy we are as you complete the many 
years of self-sacrifice and hard work. 
Congratulations and all our love. 

Dad, Mom, Jerry. Lori, John, Mary, their families n ' Jodi 



Dear Tommy, 

Congratulations! I know your 
father, William P. Long, M.D., 
Ph.D., Loyola University, Class of 
1 948 would be very proud of you 
as we all are. 

Love, 
Mom & Family, 
Mary, 
Terry, 
Patty, 
Cathy, 
Debby, 
Billy, 
Suzy, 
Danny, 
Timmy 



Dear Sylvie, 

The key to happiness 

is having dreams — 

The key to success is 

making them come true 

May today's success be 

only the beginning! 

Congratulations 

and Best Wishes, 

Love, 
Susie Eubanks 




Dear Leiand, 

Best Wishes for your 
Graduation Day. Mucli success ir 
all you do. Years to be filled witti 
sunshine and happiness for you! 

Love, 
Mom, Cassandra, Victor, Maxx, and Tiger 





Jen Hsun, 

Congratulations 

We are all very 

proud of you. 

Love, 

Dad, Mom, Bobby, 

Jenny, Mike, Arlene 

Jen Ta 



Congratulations 
to Felicia K. Howard 

for a job well done. 
We are so proud of you. 

Love, 

Dad, Mom, Caria, Anthony, 

Basle and Martice 



Congratulations, 
Max Chasanov. 

Seize tliis day! 

— Your Proud Family 



Congratulations 
Catherine Anichini 

Our prayers and best wishes 
are with you always, all ways . 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, Maureen, 
Tom, Jim, and Mike 



Congratulations to 

Janet and all 

the Class of 1990 

on your accomplishment! 

Ruby, Jack and Scott 
Eattierton 




Congratulations 

and Best 

Wishes 

to you, Jim 



Mom and Dad 

John, Joe, Jeremy, 

Jason and Justin 

McDonald 



Mark Alan Blumenthal 

Congratulations 

and Best Wishes 

for a future of health, 

happiness and much 

success and fulfillment. 

With Love . . . 

Stephanie, Laura, Linda 

and Mike, grandparents, 

the Rothbarts and 

Mom and Dad. 



Congratulations 
Ellen E. Embry, M.D. 

Love, Mom and Dad 

Big Brother Mike 

Big Sisters Susan, Jennifer 

and Kattiy 

Little Sister Laura 

and 

Julie, Jeff, Jacob, Andrew, 

Dave, Michael, Sarah and 

Your Grandmother 

Last but not least 
Your husband Dan 



Congratulations 
Bill Novak 

We are very proud of you 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, Kathy & family 




Dear Jimbob, 
May you "Be 

Happy" 
in your life as 
a Doctor! We're 
so proud of you! 
Love, 
Mother 
Father 
Paul 
Mark 



Congratulations to 
"Our son, the Doctor" 
John W. Meccia, M,D. 




from 

You Mama and 

You Papa 




Dear Helen, 

Congratulations! 
We are very 
proud of you. 



Congratulations Robert Zeledon! 

We are proud of you! 

Love, 

Dad, Mom, Ana, Gerry, Carol, 

Steve, Kyle, Corey, and 

Mary Margaret 



Love, 

Mom & Dad 

Mary, Chuck & Dan, Steve & 

Gina, 

Eva & Bob, Mitchel & Denise, 

Amy, 

and Wes 




After four long years 

of blood sweat and tears 

It's hard to believe, 

Folks now call you "Dr. Steve" 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, and 

Joey 



Congratulations 
and Best Wishes 

Robert Panther 
and C ass of 1 990 

Jane and Jim 

Mom, Diane, Carolyn, Wofram 

Paul and Mary 


Congratulations Kelli! 

Ever since age eight 

You fiave worked and waited for 

this date 
It seems all along this has been 

your fate 

We're sure you will make a great 

physician ... We know you're an 

outstanding person!! 

Love - Dad, Mom, Rich, 

Grandma, Grandma, 

"Pax", 

et al 


Howard Segal 

Congratulations on your 
accomplishmen ts. 

We are 
very proud of you. 

Love, 
Mom, Dad & Mindy 


Congratu ations to the 
Medical School 
Class of 1 990 

and to 

Our Best Beloved 

Sally Ann 

from 
Her Family 


Congratulations to our 
daughter, Karen Bhaskar. 

You set your goals and 
worked hard to accomplish them. 

We are very proud of you! 
Lots of Love, 
Mother & Dad 


Dear Paul Lorentsen, 

Congratulations for having 
arrived at this great milestone in your 
life. We're very proud of you. God 
bless you now and always. 
Love, 

Mom and Dad, James, 
John, Deb, Matthew and Martin 



Congratulations to 

the Class of 1990 

especially our son 

Marc Eric Guay 

Thank you 

Drs. Use Anne 

and Sonjai Bhatia for 

your encouragement and 

support of your 

little brother Marc. 

Love You, 
Mom and Dad 



Dear Bernd, 

Congratulations. Your hard 
work was a success. We are 
very proud of you. 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, and Achim 



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Bernd. Cologne. West Germany. 1981 



To the entire Class 

of '90, especially 

Christine Bonacci 

Congratulations & Best 

Wishes for an 

exciting career! 

Mom and Dad, 

James, Dominic, 

Grandma & Grandpa 

Bonacci, 

Grandma & Grandpa 

Rose 



Mike Guerena 

If it's true that hard 

work builds character, 

you must be 

some character! 

Congratulations to 

the Medical School 

Class of 1 990 

Mr. & Mrs. Javier Gueren 



Congratulations 
Joe Allegretti! 

Thank you 

for sharing 

this beautiful journey 

with your family! 

June 1990 


Congratulations to the 

Loyola University 

Class of 1990 

and especially 

to our son 

Scott Thomas Davis 

Enjoy Your Practice 
of Medicine 

Dr. & Mrs. Thomas C. 
Davis 


Best Wishes 

To the Loyola-Stritch 

Medical School 

Class of 1990 

Congratulations to our 
daughter, Deborah! 
We are proud of you. 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas 

Gumina 

David and Julia 


Dear Ellen Baker, 

Wishing you friuch happiness 

in your profession. We are a! 

very proud of you, and Dad sends 

his blessings from above. 

Congratu ations! 

We love you, 

Morn, 

Paul & Debbie & family, 

Joan, 

Margaret & John & fami y, 

Mary, 

Diane & Carl & fami y, 

& Linda 



Indexus Incompletus 
A 



Faulhaber, Peter 4, 28, 67, 77, 138 
Fridkin, Scott 28, 111 



Allegretti, Joseph 26, 75, 145, 176 

Anichini, Catherine 5, 26, 45, 73, 74, 131, 158 

Atassi, Omar 26, 43, 44, 47, 49, 67, 75, 111 



B 



Baker, Ellen 26, 52, 107 

Bartel, Mary 26, 158 

Bertram, Martin 26 

Bhaskar, Karen 26, 76, 149 

Blumenthal, Mark 6, 26, 46, 52, 72, 73, 74, 83, 132 

Bonacci, Christine 5, 26, 47, 66, 109, 176 

Brown, James 49 



C 



Cadle, Sylvie 5, 27, 139 

Carney, Michael 7, 27, 45, 46, 65, 82, 124 

Carney, Pamela 7, 27, 45, 46, 82, 124 

Chasanov, Maxim 27, 67, 77, 78, 125, 158 

Cioffi, Paula 27, 48, 126 

Contino, Christopher 27, 45, 65, 72, 73, 129 

Cotts, William 27, 45, 46, 47, 52, 67, 72, 74, 80, 131 

Counard, Catherine 27, 82, 108 



D 



D'Astice, Michael 27, 138 
Davis, Scott 6, 28, 80, 82, 126 
Desjarlais, Lawrence 4, 28, 100 
Diakos, Barbara 50, 52, 76, 158 
Doktycz, Helen 5, 28, 52, 144 
Dragisic, Peter 28, 118, 158 



E 



Eatherton, Janet 4, 28, 53, 142, 176 
Embry, Ellen 28, 45, 146 



F 



G 



Gambia, Charles 28, 79, 158 

Garno, Kelli 7, 28, 45, 65, 72, 73, 74, 78, 80, 11 

176 
Gawrysh, Carolyn 29, 41, 45, 56 
Gerard, Mary 29 
Grujic, Zoran 29, 123 
Guay, Mark 29, 74, 105 
Guerena, Michael 4, 29, 65, 130 
Gumina, Deborah 7, 29, 110, 176 
Gunter, Brian 29, 53, 102 



H 



Harris, Cathleen 29, 45, 115 

Hassapis, John 7, 30, 80, 110, 176 

Hill, Peter 30, 43, 44, 46, 47, 48, 66, 83, 150 

Holm, Kristin 30, 50, 53, 98 

Hon, Guo 30, 42, 72, 125 

Hora, James 30, 52, 66, 83, 115 

Howard, Felicia 168 

Hrabski, Peter 30 

Huie, Dan 30, 48, 116 

Humphreys, Craig 30 



J 



Jain, Smita 6, 30, 46, 52, 76, 82, 112, 

176 
Jemelian, Paul 31, 53, 121, 176 
Judy, Karen 6, 31, 46, 47, 52, 75, 106 



K 



Kau, Kenneth 31, 103 
Keenan, William 31, 43, 147 
Kemel, Alexander 31, 158 
Killian, Robert 31, 42, 102 
Kim, David 8, 31, 47 
Kim, Karen 7, 31, 43, 76, 82, 104 
Koshy, Sherin 31, 82, 118 



L 



LaMear, Nancy 6, 32, 45, 114, 158, 176 
Nakao-Lane, Julie 32, 82, 105 
Lanzarotti, Charles 32, 120, 158 
Larson, Lance 6, 32, 83, 99 
Lazor, John 7, 32, 79, 133 
Lee, Gin 6, 32, 43, 139 
Lee, Robert 7, 32, 82, 104 
Lester, Paul 32, 43, 78, 83, 136 
Lorentsen, Paul 32, 47, 75, 130, 176 
Long, Thomas 158 



M 



Marovich, Mary 33, 53, 109 

Mathew, Verghese 33 

McConnell, James 33, 47, 66, 75, 78, 149 

McCormack, Maureen 6, 33, 137 

McDonald, James 5, 33, 46, 73, 128 

McMeekin, Scott 33, 42, 133 

Meccia, John 33, 53, 79, 134 

Milford, James 33, 137, 158 

Miller, Donna 7, 33, 44, 45, 47, 78, 80, 135, 158 

Mittelberg, Neil 34, 52, 141 

Mokarry, Victor 4, 34, 42, 135 

Moore, Jeff 34, 134 

Moore, Phil 52, 77 

Morasch, Mark 34, 42, 53, 119 

Moretti, Scott 34, 52, 83, 98 

Mutchler, Michael 34, 42, 46, 47, 53, 148 



N 



Ng, Hyman 5, 34, 52, 72, 77, 116, 176 
Novak, William 34, 141 



P 



Panther, Robert 34, 45, 50, 83, 107 
Partyka, Scott 35, 122 
Pavlin, Julie 35, 48, 79, 129 
Perozzo-Chen, MaryAnn 5, 35, 99 
Phelan, Angelica Lim 5, 35, 43, 67, 83, 136, 

176 
Pinkel, Sara 8, 35, 143 
Prafke, Jill 35, 120 



R 



143 



Ramsdell, Edith 35, 42, 50, 73, 75, 80, 146, 

158 
Rathmann Kadifa, Sally 35, 76, 83, 
Richardson, Lendel 35, 83, 140 
Richardson, Tina 36, 76, 83, 140 
Ritter, Megan 36, 83, 144, 158 



S 



Sayeed, Yousef 127 
Scaunas, Dorina 36, 106 
Schumacher, Bernd 101, 36 
Schumacher, Brooke 36, 74, 76, 101 
Segal, Howard 8, 36, 47, 52, 66, 145 
Selz, Peter 36, 44, 50, 80, 147 
Sheth, Piyush 36, 114 
Simon, Mark 36, 82, 108 
Solgaard, Lesle 37, 103 
Sullivan, Margaret 4, 37, 119 
Sutton, Sarah 37, 53, 142, 158, 176 



T 



Tarrant, Kevin 37, 43, 44, 48, 75, 127 

Thill, Rodney 37, 100 

Tompa, Edward 6, 37, 75, 78, 128 



V 



Volk, Stephen 5, 37, 75, 121 

Von Heimburg, Abby 8, 37, 45, 92, 117, 158 



W 



Wenger, Lisa 37, 41, 49, 74, 79, 132 
Wong, Gil 38, 47, 75, 80, 148 
Wong, Jen 38, 112 
Wong, Leiand 38, 53, 83, 122 



Z 



Zeledon, Robert 4, 38, 46, 47, 80, 123 



The Yearbook Staff 




Yearbook Committee: Kelli Garno, 
Joe Allegretti, Jan Eatherton, 
Christine Bonacci, Debbie Gumi- 
na, Paul Jemelian, Nancy LaMear, 
John Hassapis, Smita Jain, and 
Angie Phelan. 

The yearbook staff would like 
to extend special thanks to Sonia 
Moore & Hyman Ng for contribut- 
ing art work, to Sylvie Cadle & 
Sally Rathmann for proofreading 
and typing copy, to Angie & Mike 
Phelan for scutwork, and to Paul 
Lorentsen & Sarah Sutton for their 
tolerance. 
















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