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Medical College of Pennsylvania 

1985 latrian 




A EMERGENCY 

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MEDICAL OFFICES 

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AbCDINISCRAtlON 





Alton Sutnick, M.D. 

Senior Vice President and Dean 



Maurice Clifford, M.D. 
President 





Gerald Escovitz, M.D. 
Vice Dean 






Mary Ellen Hartman, M.D. 
Senior Associate Dean 




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Andrew Beasley, Sc.D 

Associate Dean for Student Affairs 





Marilyn Appel, D.Ed. 
Assistant Dean 



Clifton Ogburn, Ph.D 
Associate Dean 



Leland White 
Hospital Administrator 



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Fran Maguire 




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Marie Hartman 






Connie Fiske 



Carol Young 



Joanne Donnelly 




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Martha Kirby 



Ruth Palmer 



Kathy Levito 



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AfslACOODY 





Rhea Levinc, Ph.D 



Leonard Ross, Ph.D, Chairman Anne Barnes, M.D. 




Marion Murray, Ph.D. 




Bertram Payne, Ph.D. and Timothy Cunningham, Ph.D. 

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Janet Smith, Ph.D. 



Aronld Smolen, Ph.D. Michael Goldberger, Ph.D. E. Hazel Murphy, Ph.D. 



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CDlCRO&IOLOGY 




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Page Morahan, Ph.D., Chairman 



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Richard Gilpin, Ph.D. 





Ralph Knight, Ph.D. 




Donna Murasko, Ph.D. 



Clifton Ogburn, Ph.D. 



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CbaxDUNicY** PRevesicive CDebicihie 




Ira Gabrielson, M.D., Chairman 



Eddy Bresnitz, M.D. 



Jerry Zaslow, M.D., J.D. 




Deborah Shain, M.S.S., A.C.S.W. John Sorenson, Th.M, M.S.W 



Adele Kaplan, M.A. 



PbYSlOLOGY »* BlOCbe(DISCRY 






George Rothblat, Ph.D., Chairman 



Thomas Tulenko, Ph.D. 



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Frederick DeMartinis, Ph.D. 



Jane Glick, Ph.D. 




Paul Rapp, Ph.D. 



George Chacko, Ph.D. 



Marie DiBerardino, Ph.D. 



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Gerald Kelliher, Ph.D. 



Jay Roberts, Ph.D., Chairman 




Clair Lathers, Ph.D. 



Charles Puglia, Ph.D. 



Benjamin Weiss, Ph. D. 



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Paula Goldberg, Ph.D. 



Kenny Simansky, Ph.D. 



Louise Greenberg, Ph.D. 



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Joseph Leighton, M.D., Chairman David Sawhill, M.D. 



Vanlila Swami, M.D. 

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Jalal Mobini, M.D. 



Pasha Agarwal, M.D. 



John Clark 



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AwesubesiA 





Athole McNeil Jacobi, M.D. 
Chairman 



Shirley Bloom, M.D. 



Hrant Stone, M.D. 




Nieves deCastro, M.D. 



Michael Booth, C.R.N. A., M.D. Marietta Galvez, M.D. 




Doris Gallagher, M.D. 



Bernard Mayer, M.D. 



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5URG6RY 




James Bassett, M.D 
Chairman 




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James Finnegan, M.D. Donald Cooper, M.D. 

Cardiothoracic Surgery, Chief Vice President, Assoc. Dean for Clinical Affairs 




Jonathan Rhoads, Jr., M.D. 



Sariel Ablaza, M.D. 



Paul Rodigas, M.D. 






Karim Nakhgevany, M.D. 



Ajit Sachdeva, M.D. 



John Clarke, M.D. 



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Frank Marlowe, M.D. 




Kalind Bakshi, M.D. 



Marian McNamara, M.D. 
Vascular, Chief 




Robert Wolfson, M.D., 
Otolaryngology, Chiet 



Steven Ladenheim, M.D. 




Steven Bergman, Ph.D. 



Harry Thomas, M.D. 



Anne Barnes, M.D. 



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Lester Karafin, M.D. 
Urology, Chief 



Leon Clarke, M.D. 



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H. Warren Goldman, M.D., Ph.D. Naren Kansal, M.D. 

Neurosurgery, Chief 



William Bouzarth, M.D. 




Diane Palladino, M.D. 



Helen Horstmann, M.D. 



Pamela Scott, M.D. 



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ecoeRoeNCY 
CDebicwe 




David Wagner, M.D., Chairman Richard Altreuter, M.D. 




Steven Halbert, M.D. 



William Burdick, M.D. 



Barbara Griffith, M.D. 



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NeUROLOGY 



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Rosalie Burns, M.D., Chairman Jack Greenberg, M.D. 




June Fry, M.D., Ph.D. 




Navjeet Singh, M.D. 



Michael Cohen, M.D. 



Vasant Dhopesh, M.D. 







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Pratap Yagnik, M.D. 



Alan Tessler, M.D. 



Richard D'Addario, M.D. 



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ObscecRics «* Gykiccology 





Jan Schneider, M.D., Chairman 



Dorothy Barbo, M.D. 





Mary Loveland, M.D. 



Deurward Hughes, M.D. 




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Mary Gabrielson, M.D. 



Anne Pike, M.D 



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Ilaro Floro, M.D. 



Bernard Eskin, M.D. 





Stephen Rubin, M.D. 



Lenore Huppert, M.D. 




oanna Connolly, M.D. 



Terry Kriedman, M.D. 



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CDebiciwe 





Donald Kaye, M.D. 
Chairman 




June Klinghoffer, M.D. Walter Rubin, M.D. 
Student Programs, Gastroenterology, 

Chief Chief 






Steven Meister, M.D. 
Cardiology, Chief 



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Matthew Levison, David Lush, M.D. 

M.D. General Medicine, 

Infectious Disease, Chief Chief 



Sandra Levison, M.D. 
Renal, Chief 



Elias Abrutyn, M.D. 
Assistant Chairman 




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Warren Katz, M.D. 
Rheumatology, Chief 



Doris Bartuska, M.D. William Morrissey, 

Endocrinology, Chief M.D. 

Pulmonary, Chief 




Rosaline Joseph, M.D. Carl Rosenbaum, M.D. 

Hematology-Oncology, Chief 



Richard Eisenberg, M.D. 



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Toby Engel, M.D. 



Rick DeNardo, M.D. 




Peter Kowey, M.D. 



Herbert Fischer, M.D. 




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Michael Barrett, M.D. 




Nancy Pickering, 


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Nelson Wolf, M.D. 



Gaetano Capone, M.D. 



Richard Tepper, M.D. 



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Pedro Fernandez, M.D. 



Stuart Homer, M.D. 



Clarence Martin, M.D. 




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Steven Peitzman, M.D. 



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Bruce Hoffman, M.D. 




Jack Sobel, M.D. 



Oksana Korzeniowski, M.D. Jerome Boscia, M.D. 



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Harry Gottlieb, M.D. 



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Mary Dratman, M.D. 




Francis Sterling, M.D. 




Julian Katz, M.D. 



Sally Lane, M.D. 



Harvey Licht, M.D. 




Emmanuel Besa, M.D. 



Jerome Brody, M.D. 



David Hensen, M.D. 



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PeblACRICS 




Linda Hiner, M.D. 



Rita Scott, M.D. 



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Garrett Bergman, M.D. 




Alan Zubrow, M.D. 



Sonia Imaizumi, M.D. 



Muriel Kowlessar, M.D. 



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eanette Pleasure, M.D. Alan Schindler, M.D. 



Phyllis Marciano, M.D. 



teNCAL QOebiciNe 




iarry Hendler, D.D.S., M.D. 




Louis Rose, D.D.S., M.D., Chairman 




Nabil Abaza, D.M.D., Ph.D. 



Barbara Steinberg, D.D.S. 



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PSYCblAURY 






Martin Plutzer, M.D. 



Wagner Bridger, M.D., Chairman Dilip Ramchandani, M.D. 






Eileen Bazelon, M.D. 



Susan Mc Leer, M.D. 



William O'Brian, M.D. 






Thomas Newmark, M.D. 



Ann Marie Wolf, M.D. 



Susan Raverby, M.D. 



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Janet Kaye, Ph.D. 




Mary Ann Bartusis, M.D. 









Barbara Schindler, M.D. 



Beverly Roth, M.D. 




Joel Goldstein, M.D 



Frederick Mintzer, M.D. 




Mary Ann Delaney, M.D. 



Ira Katz, M.D. 



Joseph Rudolph, M.D. 



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RAblOLOGY 



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George Popky, M.D., Chairman 



Robert Van Derslice, M.D. Janet Parker, M.D. 




Joel Swartz, M.D. 



Margaret LaManna, M.D. 



Pouran Zekavat, M.D. 




Maria Plotzker, M.D. 



Faith Rachofsky, M.D. 



Barbara Schlager, M.D. 



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In Memory Of 




Susan F. Meltzer, M.D. 



Class of 1980 



1954-1984 



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A man and his kingdom. 




When I grow up, I want to be just like you. 



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WELCOME TO 

MEDICAL 

SCHOOL! 




"Look, Mom, I'm in Medical School!' 





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Anatomy Lab 101 



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At Work 





Ed poses for the Remedial Life Drawing class. 




Another Saturday Night 





'Wake us when we get into Jefferson." 



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. . . And At Play! 





Another Monday Night! 






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Gus leads an on-site seminar on ethanol metabolism. 



THE CLASS OF 1988 



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CLASS OF 1987 



WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE? 



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SERIOUS STUDENTS? 



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PARTY ANIMALS? 



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THEY'RE SUPER SOPHS! 



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CLASS OF 1986 




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To flea, or not to flea. That is the question. 




I can't seem to get the Brown off! 




I did my sub at West Park! 



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It feels so good to be a senior 




Just like clockwork 




I didn't do it. 



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John, you have the most beautiful blueeyes. 



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Caught in the act. 




Yours are bigger than mine! 








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Philly Worm Eating Champ 








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It's just gas 





Which way did they go Boss, which 
way did they go 



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Honest! We're just friends. 




California dreaming 



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UhY ere^wAL pRovi6eNce bAS AppoiNce6 
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HOSPITAL OF THE MEDICAL 
COLLEGE OF PENNSYLVANIA 

PHILADELPHIA PENNSYLVANIA 

HISTORY & PHYSICAL 



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PLATE IMPRESSION 




some things are special 



Robert Mark Abbott, M.D. 



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The height which great 
men achieved and kept 
was not by a sudden rise. 
They worked hard all 
day and all night while 
their companions were 
asleep. 







THANKS 
To my grandma and mother for their pride and faith in me 

even when I had none in myself. 
To my brothers and sisters for their everlasting support and 

continual inspiration 

Special thanks to my father and Barbara for their loving sup- 
port, encouragement, guidance and their never ending 
devotion during the last four stormy years. 




James Kobina Aikins Jr., M.D. 



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Many thanks and much love to the 

people in my life for sharing these 

years with me 





The pros from Dover 




Anthony Antonello, Jr., M.D. 



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Luigi Arena, M.D., Ph.D. 



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Thanks to my family for all of their guid- 
ance, understanding, and most of all love 
which has helped me through the last four 
years; and especially Doug, for his contin- 
ued love and support throughout medical 
school. 



Nancy Jane Bains, M.D. 



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Susan C. Ball, M.D. 



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special thanks to my 
family for their support 
and inspiration and es- 
pecially to my husband 
Michael for his under- 
standing and love 





Robyn Lerner Barrett, M.D. 



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Thanks to a very supportive and loving family. 




Lori, "To the One I Love." 




On top of the world. 



Good friends, J.D. and Tony, Good Luck Guys. 




Jeffrey M. Bartynski, M.D. 



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"You have to have faith, a 
whole lot of trust and dedica- 
tion, and most important, you 
should never give up." 







John Battilana Jr., M.D. 



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Fritz Bech, M.D. 



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one reach 

and still keep 
in touch? 



There is magic in a touch 
true power in thought 

reality in dreams 
calm and ecstacy in love 
completeness in the soul 

and endless beauty 
when one knows and is 
self 






Edith del Mar Behr, M.D. 




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Andrew M. Berkowitz, M.D. 



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You can't start 

a fire, 
You can't start 

a fire 

without a spark . . . 



Great blueprint Paul, many thanks 



Thanks to Mary and Frank 




George taught me all I know! 




Bridget, Nichole, Corinn and Brian 



Manny, Moe & Jack 



Jean Ann Bialas, M.D. 



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Special thanks to my wife, Suesser for 
all her support, encouragement, and 
most of all love and understanding. 



Jonathan B. Brooks, M.D. 



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To my grandfather, Pinkney Marion Hender- 
son, M.D., 

my father, Purvis Sinclair Henderson, M.D., 
my mother, Helen O. Dickens, M.D., 
for teaching me spirituality, strength, tradi- 
tion: 

my brother, Norman, my husband and chil- 
dren 

for their love, support, and patience, 
and to my friends for keeping me in their 
hearts, 

I thank you. 



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Jayne Henderson Brown, M.D. 



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Steven J. Brown, M.D. 



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Joseph Bryer, M.D. 



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DAWN 

Rolling snow turned peach-color 
the moon 
left alone in the fading night 
makes a soft cry in the heavens 
and once more 
drinks up the scattered light 

Gary Snyder 



Charles A. Bryz-Gornia 
M.S., M.D. 



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You are 
never given a wish 
without also being given 
the 

power to make it true. 
You may 
have to work for it, 
however. 
— Richard Bach. 

With much love and 
thanks to my family for 
helping make my wishes 
come true. 



Marianne Louise Burda, M.D. 



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To my very special friends, 

for making life so enjoyable, 
and 

to my parents, 

whose unfailing love, support, 

and guidance have brought me 

this far, 

thanks. 






Cas M. Cader, M.D. 



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Kenneth E. Canant, M.D. 



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Thanks to my family and friends 

for their support and 

encouragement and to Don 

for making these years special. 





Kimberly Knight Cantees, M.D. 



103 




So it seems, or so it may 
be. I can't know for sure 
but lately, seems I'm on a 
journey to a place I've 
never been. And baby, If 
I had the answers, I would 
lay them all before you. 
Plainly it's a circle. 
One that ends, 
and then begins, 
and begins again. 
Yes, I wi 
Indeed, I will. 
If I can. 

— Neil Diamond 



Anita Louise Cardone, M.D. 



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TAO SONG 

slow fish 
show me the way 
green weed 
grow me the way 

The way you go 

the way you grow 
is the way 
indeed 

bright Sun 
light me the way 

the right way 

the one 

no one can say 

If one can choose it 
it is wrong 
Sing me the way 
song: 

No one can lose it 
for long 

Ursula LeGuin 




Nichola Anne Carpendale, M.D. 



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Ellen E. Chapman, M.D. 



106 




Sidney J. L. Comissiong, M.D. 



107 




Jeffrey Brian 
Comitalo, M.D. 




Valerie Helene 
Hendrzak, M.D 




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Thanks to all those who made this possi- 
ble; especially to our families for all their 
love, support, and encouragement, and 
to our friends, who made medical 
school bearable — best of luck to you 
all. 

Val and Jeff 




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With love and thanks to my family 
for all the years of encouragement, 

To Mom and Dad who were always there for me, 
Marisa and Stefania, for bringing joy into our family 
and in memory of my brother Bernard who would 
have been so proud to share this time, 

And especially to my husband Jeff whose support and 
love has made my dream a reality. 




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Linda Compagnone, M.D. 



110 




With gratitude and feeling 
for those who have made a 
difference: 

To my parents for instill- 
ing a sense of values, for 
providing love and sup- 
port, and for sacrificing so 
much by making my 
dreams, their dreams. 

To my sisters Lori and 
Jan, and my nephew Justin 
for adding the proper bal- 
ance of love, amusement, 
criticism, and confusion to 
help keep everything in 
proper perspective. 

Finally to my wife Linda, 
first my friend, now col- 
league and confidante, for 
adding dimension and ex- 
citement to my life, and 
for her constant encour- 
agement and support that 
will not allow me to fail for 
lack of trying. 



Jeffrey D. Hartford, M.D. 



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Christopher James Conners, M.D. 



112 




C^hpistine Amu v^onm ri) Phillips, Ivi.U. 



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Joanna Michele Costello, M.D. 



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My favorite kids 




My favorite man 




My favorite animal 







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Favorite school? Of course! 



N. Adele Cox, M.D. 



115 




Jeffrey Barrett Daniels, M.D. 



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Jeffrey Michael Dodd-o, M.D. 



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With special thanks to my parents, 
friends, teachers and patients; and 
especially to Debbie, for all the 
love and understanding. 

Good luck to everyone. This has 
been an unforgettable exper- 
ience. 



Carl Drucker, M.D. 



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I would like to thank my parents 
for their love and guidance; 
My brothers and sisters for their 
help and encouragement; 

And Carl for his love, support 
and humor during these past 
four years. 



Debra Mendelsohn Drucker, M.D. 



119 



To my mom and dad, 
for all their love, support, 
and understanding. 






Jeffrey Mark Finkelstein, 
D.M.D., M.D. 

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Salute! 
To all those 
friends 

and family mem- 
bers 

who have pro- 
vided 

me with inspira- 
tion 

and encourage- 
ment — 

heartfelt thanks. 
M.J. 





Mary Jo 
Fishburn, M.D 



121 








am grateful for all those in times past 
who made me all I am today . . . 
and for all those, who with words and 
deeds opened my eyes and mind to see 
what I can become. 




Jean Ona Fitzgerald, M.D. 



122 





The quality of a man's life 
is measured by how deeply 
he has touched the lives 
of others. 

Charles Walcott 





Thank you to all 
whose love and support 
made many goals possible. 




John Jacob Flanagan, Jr., M.D. 



123 




Words just are not enough 

to express my thanks to my 

family for their love and support 






Ronald Franklin Flax, M.D. 



124 




Joseph W. Foote, M.D. 



125 






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Karen I. Forno, M.D. 



126 




Margarita Hauser Gardiner, M.D. 



127 



'YESTERDAY IS ALREADY A DREAM, 

AND TOMORROW IS ONLY A VISION . . . 



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Colette:: 

Thank you 
for sharing the 
laughter and the tears. 






Dad: 



I wish 

we had had more time. 





To my grandmother, family and friends:: 

You have all given to me 

in immeasurable ways — 

I hope that I can pass even a small part 

of love on to others. 




Mom:: 

All the work 
is finally 
paying off. 



My Brothers: 

I have needed 
all the love 
and support. 




Monica R. Gaskins, M.D. 



128 




Anne Frances Gilroy, M.D 



129 



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To Mom, Dad & Marc — 

A very special thanks for the love 

and encouragement that you have given 

me throughout my life. 





To Richard, my husband & best 

friend — Thank you for your 

never-ending love, confidence 

and understanding. 



Arleen J. Goldbacher, M.D. 



130 




To Mom & Dad, 
Without whose constant 

guidance and support 
I could not have made it. 




NYUCD 1978-81 



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"WHAT A LONG 

STRANGE TRIP 

IT'S BEEN." 




To Kyle, 

For your love 

support and 

understanding — 

You are the light 

of my life. 






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Beginning 




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1974-78 





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The Final Goal 



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1982-83 



131 



Knowledge is not happiness, and 

science 

But an exchange of ignorance for 

that 

Which is another kind of ignorance. 

— Lord Byron 



Special thanks to my family and 

friends for their support, 

encouragement and love. 







Stephen Marc Goldman, M.D. 



132 



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Ask not alone 1 

ask for courage 

for if you can endure 

you bring honor to yoursel 

and honor to us all. 



133 



To my son who inspires 

me to be my best, 
To my parents who made 

everything possible, 
To my sister who is 

always there for me, 
To my friends who give 

me joy, 
Thank you all for 
helping me to reach 
my goal. You are my 
greatest treasures. I 
love you beyond measure. 
May life be 
sweet to you, 
Linda 




Ryan and me 




Mother and Dad 






Diane and me 



Rena, Steve, Erik and Kristina 



It's the heart afraid of breaking 

that never learns to dance. 
It's the dream afraid of waking 

that never takes a chance. 
It's the one who won't be taken 

who cannot seem to give. 
And the soul afraid of dying that 

never learns to live. 

Sung by Bette Midler 




Julie and me 



Linda Witmer Good, M.D. 



134 




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135 




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The life so short, 
The craft so long to learn. 

— Hippocrates 
To family and friends 

For your wisdom, love, and sup- 
port 

— Thank you. 






Susan Elizabeth Hall, M.D. 



136 




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Gee Toto, 

I don't think we're in 

Kansas anymore. 

— Dorothy 





And if you find a love 

that's tender 

If you find someone 

who's true 

Thank the Lord 

He's been doubly good 

to you. 

— Richard Mullins 



He is no fool who gives 
up 

What he cannot keep 
To gain 

What he cannot lose. 
— Jim Eliot 



Glenn Robert Harper, M.D. 



137 





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Allison Lea Hays-Lehman, M.D. 



138 







Pick a flower from my soul 
Put it in a crystal bowl 
Water it with tender care 
And watch it open in the air 
Find a place near sunlit skies 
And let it grow before your eyes 
And the rest will come with time 
The rest will come with time. 

Margie Adam 







Laura Lee Helfman, M.D. 



139 








Thanks to my family and friends 

... I know I'll never lose affection 

For people and things that went before, 

I know I'll often stop and think about them 





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140 



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Do not stop to think about the reasons for what you are doing, 
about why you are questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for 
existence. One cannot help but be in awe when he contem- 
plates the mysteries of eternity, of life, of the marvelous struc- 
ture of reality. Never lose a holy curiosity. 

— Albert Einstein 

There is a theory which states that if ever anyone discovers 
exactly what the Universe is for and why it is here, it will instantly 
disappear and be replaced by something even more bizarre and 
inexplicable. There is another which states that this has already 
happened. 

— Douglas Adams 
"The Restaurant at the 
End of the Universe" 




Lucy E. Hornstein, M.D. 



141 





I feel that a loving and supportive family, 
in addition to dedication and hard work, 
is necessary to overcoming the ups and 

downs 

of pursuing a medical career. I'd like to 

thank 

my family for their love and support during 

my 

medical school career. I love you all! 




Daniel Arthur Jones, M.D. 



142 




Special thanks to my family, John H., 
Anne K. and Dorothy Kelly, M.D.'s 



David Moto-O Katayama, M.D. 



143 




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With inexpressible gratitude and love 

to my friends with whom I laughed when times were 
rough, 

to my grandparents for their unfoundering faith, 
to my brothers and sister for their understanding, 
to my parents for their endless support, encourage- 
ment, and time, 

and finally, to Steven, my beloved husband and best 
friend, for 
teaching me what is important in life. 

I share this accomplishment with all of you. 



Karen Lynne Kaye Bloom, M.D. 



144 





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It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, 
it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, 

it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair, 
we had everything before us . . . — Dickens — 











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To my parents who gave me a dream and provided a 

haven of unconditional love in which to attain it, 

to Karen, "twinnie," who gave unending support, 

to Jay who brings out the best in me and puts perspective 

on it all, and to those who think they are people — 

with much love, thank you. 

Praise be to God, with Whom all things are possible. 



Kathryn Kay Keener, M.D. 



145 



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146 





'Like all dreamers, I mistook 

disenchantment for truth." 

Sartre 



Sophia Ketsoglou, M.D. 



147 




Bette Lazzaro, M.D. 



148 




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Albert Chun-Jen Lee, M.D 



149 




I thank all the members of my family, 

especially my sister, my father and 

mother 

and their parents, and Anne, Trissa and 

David, for sharing the pain and the 

pleasure. 




Shari L. Leipzig, M.D 



150 








And tribute must be paid to: 

— My Mom, one remarkable woman, 
who taught me what courage, 
strength, and determination mean. 
Thank you for letting me believe 

in my dreams, Ma. You're the best. 

— My Dad, my favorite polka partner, 
who in his suffering let me see the 
brevity of life and the importance 
of living it to its fullest. I know 
you're proud, Dad. I miss you. 





Thank you to those 
who got me through 
the insanity: 

— my family, 

— my friends, 

— the Beatles. 







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Susan M. Liberski, M.D. 



151 




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152 




Alan, Bill, Ron, and me, age 3. 




Mom and Dad, the proud parents. 




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Bermuda 

Special thanks to my parents for 
their continued love, support, 
and guidance, and to my brothers 
for always being there for their lit- 
tle "Rosebud", and to my hus- 
band Eli for his neverending love, 
support, encouragement, and un- 
derstanding. 




And look at us now! 





June 26, 1983 




Pavlov, always there to lend an ear. 




Eli, Cape Cod, Massachusetts. 



Rose Lynne Magness, M.D. 



153 





To Mom, for all you are and 

all you've done. But mostly 

for sharing my dreams and 

always understanding. 



To my loving husband and 

dearest friend, Dan, for 

brightening my life with 

your special warmth, 
devotion, and humor that 
will always see me through. 




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Roberta S. Malone, M.D. 



154 



Go not 
where the path may lead 
but go instead 
and make a trail. 




Beth Ann Maxwell, M.D. 



155 




Pamela Young McCarter, M.D. 

I realize that what I say will be neither clever or profound, but 
it comes from the heart. I want my family, Jim,Keithie,and Amy to 
know how much their love and sacrifice has meant and will mean 
to me. Thanks Mom, Dad, Mom M., and my brothers and sisters 
for your support. Finally, thank you to my neighbors and friends 
who always help out in a pinch. I couldn't have done it without 
you! I hope I make you proud of me and that I can do some of 
God's work on earth. 



156 




Brian T. McNeary, M.D. 



157 




Robert Ivan Mendelson, M.D. 



158 






Dr. and Mrs. Mogerman, and sons: Drs. Jeff, Rick, Mike, and John 




John Steven Mogerman, M.D. 



159 




Carol Lynn Most, M.D. 



160 





This page is dedicated 

With love 
To my family 
For their inspiration, 
encouragement, and 
unfailing support. 




Ginette S. Nachman, M.D 



161 






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Sharon Jean Nichols, M.D. 



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Linda Ann Norris, M.D. 



163 



I dedicate this page to 

the memory of my loving father, 





to my insane nonmedical friends 
who saved my sanity, 





and to those who have shared in my 
dreams, fun and laughter, 





Goodbye, for now . . 



Mary S. Nulty, M.D. 



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164 




Mary Irene O'Connor, M.D. 



165 




Aloha is an everyday thing, 

A way of life; 

Call it a feeling or an attitude that 

Starts inside a person 

And works its way outside, 

Evidenced by some sign of warmth 

Or Acceptance. 

Aloha is the spirit of the land, 

Ke ea o ka aina; 

Aloha is a gift of the spirit, 

Its symbols infinitely variable — 

Everyday 

A way of Life, 

Ke ea o ka aina. 

M. Costa 





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Ann Asako Ohata, M.D. 



166 




"Eye of the Tiger" 





Thanks to my parents, 
William and Marie, 
and to my girlfriend Joyce 
for all their love, 
encouragement, and sup- 
port. 



William Rakauskas, M.D. 



167 




Deborah Maria Rosa, M.D 



168 








Many thanks to my family 
for their endless love, 
encouragement, and support 
(emotional and financial). 
Without you, Mom, Dad, and 
Linda I couldn't have made it 
this far. 

And thank you to my 
husband and friend, Rick, who 
has shared his life, love, 
understanding, and patience 
with me through these 
sometimes stressful years. 
Rick, you make my world a 
very happy place to be. 



Catherine Roscioli Jones, M.D. 



169 





Judith S. Samkoff, M.D., Sc.M 




170 




Many thanks 

to 

my friends 

and 

family 

especially 

to 

my mother 

my brother 

and Koko Nor 





Hope Selarnick, M.D. 



171 




A merry heart doeth good like 

medicine. 

— Proverbs 22. 




See the happy moron, 
He doesn't give a damn. 
I wish I were a moron. 
My God! Perhaps I am! 
— anonymous 



Mark Allen Shannon, M.D 



172 




Cheers! 



Bonita Miller Shapiro, M.D. 



173 




174 



Gholamreza Shareghi, M.D. 




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To my friends (Tom, Ron, Mike, Larry, Jackie, Sheila, Nandita), thanks for everything. 
To my family whose support and love have meant all the difference through the years. 
To Brandy for being the most consistent friend I have had the last 15 years. 
And to Kris and Laura who made these last four years so much more than a matter of 
survival, 

I love you all dearly. 

Richard Warren Shore, M.D 



175 





To my mother and father, who . . . my sister, Renee, for her love, . . . my "second parents", for their 

taught me the value of hard work support, and everlasting friendship concern and contribution toward 
and dedication maintaining my sanity 




. . . and particularly to my husband Richie, 

who showed me that we can make dreams 

come true. Without his love, patience, and 

inspiration the hard times would have 

seemed unbearable. 



My love and thanks to all of you! 



Denise Kressman Shusterman, M.D. 



176 




Pantagruel thought of studying medicine here but decided the 
profession was too troublesome and morbid. Besides, physicians 
smelled hellishly of enemas. 

Francois Rabelais 



Paul Harry Singer, M.D 



177 




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— W.A. White 



Rosalie Rutter Snyder, M.D. 



178 






To my parents, whose support never 
wavered 

And my sister, who blazed the trail — 
This one's for you. 

The beginning's the most important part of the 
work. 

Plato 




Ann Elizabeth Spangler, M.D. 



179 






Edward J. Stanford, M.S., M.D 



180 




Christine Felicia Stavropoulos, M.D 



181 




Michael Mark Stefan, M.D. 



182 




From Lehigh 



Me, llene, Joyce and Philip 




Special thanks to my Mother, Father 
and Sister for all their love and support 



230/160?! 
. . . To MCP 



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Michael Allen Stewart, M.D 



183 



With thanks to my parents 
and in-laws for their faith 
and support. 

To my children, who make 
the darkest day bright. 

But most of all to my 
wife Garnet, for all 
her love, encouragement 
and spirit. 





Michael Joel Styles, M.D. 



184 




Lloyd Eugene Suter, M.D. 



185 



To John A. Struhar 

. . . whose spirit lives on 

in those of us who knew him . . . 

Thank you, John, for having 

lived. 




Linda Struhar Sylvester, M.D. 



186 



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One should say before sleep- 
ing, "I have lived many lives. I 
have been a slave and a prince. 
Many a beloved has sat upon 
my knees and I have sat upon 
the knees of many a beloved. 
Everything that has been shall 
be again." 

— From an essay by 
W.B. Yeats 






George Raymond Tyndall, M.D. 



187 




Tamara Roseann Vrabec, M.D 



188 




With love always 
to Dad, Mom, 
Bob, Rich, Bill and 

Mark 



Susan Beth Weinstock, M.D. 



189 




You are never given a wish without also being given 

the power to make it true. You may have to work for it 

however. — Bach 




Toute les grandeurs de ce 

monde, ne valent pas un 

bon ami. — Voltaire 



With many thanks to my family and my 

friends for their untiring and loving 

support. 




Le bonheur c'est de savoir ce que 

on veut et le vouloir 

passionnement. 




Life's essentials . . . 

Love, learning, happiness, 

and good friends. 



9- MH II 
M • II 

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To Norman 



. my love. 



Deborah E. Weber, M.D. 



190 



. . . Space has neither color nor 
shape; 

It is changeless, it is not tinged 

by black or white. 
Likewise, luminous mind has nei- 
ther 

color nor shape; 
It is not tinged by black or white, 
virtue or vice. 

The sun's pure and brilliant es- 
sence 

Cannot be dimmed by the dark- 
ness that 

endures for a thousand kalpas. 

Likewise, the luminous essence of 
mind 

Cannot be dimmed by long kalpas 
of 

samsara. 



Thought it may be said that space 
is empty, 

Space cannot be described. 

Likewise, though it may be said 
that mind is luminous, 

Naming it does not prove that it 
exists. 

Space is completely without local- 
ity. 

Likewise, mahamudra mind dwells 
nowhere. 

Without change, rest loose 
in the primordial state; 

There is no doubt that your bonds 
will loosen. 

The essence of mind is like space; 

Therefore, there is nothing 
which it does not encompass. 

Let the movements of the body 

ease into genuineness, 
Cease your idle chatter, 

let your speech become an 
echo, 

Have no mind, 

but see the dharma of tbe leap. 

The body, like a hollow bamboo, 

has no substance. 
Mind is like the essence of space, 

having no place for thoughts. 
Rest loose your mind; neither hold 





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nor permit it to wan- 
der. 

If mind has no aim, it is 
mahamudra. 

Accomplishing this is 
the attainment 

of supreme enlight- 
enment . . . 

— from "Mahamudra 
Upadesa" 

by Sri Tilopa (c. 960 C.E.) 
trans. Marpa; Trungpa 
Rinpoche 
(in The Myth of Freedom.) 



Norman A. Chapman, M.D. 



191 








Many thanks to my 

parents, sister, grandparents, 

family and friends whose 

love, support and 

encouragement made this all 

possible. 




Wayne Louis Weston, M.D. 



192 









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193 




Samuel Earl Wilson, M.D. 



194 





We looked inside. 
We found inside. 
And I finally find that I am not so alone. 




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Daniel L Wohl, M.D. 



195 




To Ezra who eventually outsmarted the russian army and came to south Jersey 
so long ago to found a dynasty. 

To Mollie Deborah who never let her womanhood get in the way of meeting 
a challenge head on. Whos' granddaughters and great-granddaughters are 
following her lead as we fulfill the dream robbed her by death. 

To Grandmom Wolf who unknowingly made me find out why I'm living the 
life I chose. 

To Grandmom Lottie for always coming through in the end. 

To Aunt Gert who can type an M.D. to the list of degrees she has helped earn. 

To Uncle Joe who helped me to retain my sanity and catch those pool- 
winning fish. 

To Lee & Sandy and Ray & Judy for having me whenever I show up. 

To The Goldsteinsand Rosenfelds who took me into their hearts. 

To my Roommates for putting up with me before an exam. 

To thosewho didn't live to see it but always knew I'd do it and always believed. 

To Herman Wolf my protector, my Hero, my special friend, my biggest 
supporter ... My GRANDFATHER. 

To Cheryl, my sister. Cher — We've been in it together and we always will. 

But mostly to MOM and DAD who raised us to believe in ourselves, ingrained 
in us who we are and where we came from, helped us to become whatever 
we wished and loved us no matter what, and became our friends as well as 
our parents. 






Grandpop you almost made the big day 
your birthday and my graduation. 
Though your body can't come your 
love and essence will 




Marcia Debra Wolf, 
1 M.D. 











To my parents and family, 
for their endless love, 
support, and encour- 
agement. 

To my special friends, 
for just being there, 
and for believing in me, 
. . . even when I 
didn't. 

THANK YOU. 




"... may we all find our own road to happiness . . ." 



Chi Mei Wu, M.D. 



197 



It was difficult for me to choose a career; I realized quickly that I . 





was a sad excuse for a real 
cowboy . . . 



and not quite gifted enough for 
unassisted flight . . . 



... as well as blessed with looks 
suited to a mad scientist. 



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I ended up at MCP, where I developed new friendships as I 
learned . . . 

. . . and fell head over heels 
. . . and came out better for it. 




Thanks to my friends, my mom and dad, my sisters and 
brother, and especially to Kim; you've all been there for me 
when I needed it, and I'll never forget how much that has 




meant to me. 



Donald M. Yealy, M.D. 



198 




Med School was a lot of hard work 




But with the help of family 








with some time to relax 




. . . and friends 




and just the right mix of business and 
pleasure 



a doctor is molded 



George M. Zubak, M.D. 



199 



3iouscs toff Appointments 



Robert Mark Abbott 

James Kobina Aikens, Jr. 

Anthony Antonello, Jr. 

Luigi Arena 

Nancy Jane Bains 

Susan Clark Ball 

Robyn Lerner Barrett 

Jeffrey M. Bartynski 

John Battilana, Jr. 

Fritz Richard Bech 

Edith del Mar Behr 

Andrew Berkowitz 

Jean Ann Bialas 

Karen Lynne Kaye Bloom 

Paul Joseph Bresnan 

Jonathan B. Brooks 

Jayne Henderson Brown 

Steven Jeffrey Brown 

Joseph Baugher Bryer 

Charles Anthony Bryz-Gornia 

Marianne Louise Burda 

Cas C. Cader 

Kenneth Edward Canant 

Kimberly Knight Cantees 

Nichola Anne Carpendale 

Lynn Chapman 

Norman Alan Chapman 

Anita Louise Cardone 



Medicine Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center 

Lackland AFB, San Antonio, TX 
Medicine Mercy Catholic Medical Center 

Darby , PA 
Medicine Lankenau Hospital 

Philadelphia, PA 
Medicine Presbyterian-Univ. of PA Med. Center 

Philadelphia, PA 
Ob./Gyn. Mount Sinai Medical Center 

Milwaukee, WI 
Int. Med. SUNY-Upstate Medical Center 

Syracuse, NY 
Diag. Rad. Albert Einstein Medical Center 

Philadelphia, PA 
E.N.T. Mayo Graduate School of Medicine 

Rochester, MN 
Ob./Gyn. SUNY-Kings County Hospital 

Brooklyn, NY 
Gen. Surg. Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center 

Hanover, NH 
Gen. Surg. Mercy Catholic Medical Center 

Darby , PA 
Medicine Mercy Catholic Medical Center 

Darby , PA 
Medicine Robert Packer Hospital 

Sayre , PA 
Int. Med. Newton-Welleley Hospital 

Newton, MA 
Medicine New England Medical Center 

Boston, MA 
Eraer. Med. Ohio State University Hospital 

Columbus, OH 
Int. Med. District of Columbia General Hospital 

Washington, DC 
Int. Med. Lankenau Hospital 

Philadelphia, PA 
Psych. The John Hopkins Hospital 

Baltimore, MD 
Ob./Gyn. Mayo Graduate School of Medicine 

Rochester, MN 
Surgery Mercy Hospital of Pittsburgh 

Pittsburgh, PA 
Fam. Prac. Medical Univ. of South Carolina 

Charleston, SC 
Ped. USAF Medical Center (Keesler) 

Keesler AFB, Biloxi, MS 
Int. Med. University Health Center of Pitt. 

Pittsburgh, PA 
Fam. Prac. San Jose Hospital 

San Jose, Ca 
Fam. Prac. Univ. of Washington School of Medicine 

Seattle, WA 
Psych. Lutheran General Hospital 

Park Ridge, II 
Fam. Prac. Shadyside Hospital 

Pittsburgh, PA 



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Sidney James Lawrence Commissiong Surgery 

Jeffrey B. Comitalo Surgery 

Linda Compagnone Medicine 

Christopher James Conners Medicine 

Joanna Michele Costello Fam. Prac. 

N. Adele Cox Medicine 

Jeffrey Barrett Daniels Ortho. Surg, 

Jeffrey Michael Dodd-o Surgery 

Carl Drucker Surgery 

Debra Mendelsohn Drucker Psych. 

Jeffrey Mark Finkelstein Surgery 

Mary Jo Fishburn Medicine 

Jean Ona Fitzgerald Ob./Gyn. 

John Jacob Flanagan, Jr. Gen. Surg. 

Ronald F. Flax Medicine 

Joseph William Foote Trans. 

Karin Ida Forno Fam. Prac. 

Margarita Hauser Gardiner Medicine 

Monica Roxanna Gaskins Fam. Prac. 

Anne Francis Gilroy Trans. 
Arleen Goldbacher 

Gary Alan Goldman Medicine 

Stephen Marc Goldman Int. Med. 

Luis F. Gonzalez III Trans. 

Linda Witmer Good Fam. Prac. 

Kathleen Lou Haggerty Int. Med. 

Susan Elizabeth Hall Ped. 

Glenn Robert Harper Int. Med. 

Jeffrey Downing Hartford Medicine 

Allison Lea Hays Diag. Rad. 



Washington Hospital Center 

Washington, DC 

Graduate Hospital 

Philadelphia, PA 

Morristown Memorial Hospital 

Morris town, NJ 

Pennsylvania Hospital 

Philadelphia, PA 

The Fairfax Hospital 

Falls Church, VA 

Hospital of the Medical Coll. of PA 

Philadelphia, PA 

West Virginia University Hospitals 

Morgantown , WV 

Youngstown Hospital Association 

Youngs town, OH 

University of II Metro Group Hospital 

Chicago, IL 

Rush-Presby.-St. Lukes Med. Center 

Chicago, IL 

University of Chicago Hospitals 

Chicago, II 

Reading Hospital and Medical Center 

Reading, PA 

Baystate Medical Center 

Springfield, MA 

UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School 

Piscataway, NJ 

Mercy Catholic Medical Center 

Darby , PA 

Presbyterian-Univ. of PA Med. Center 

Philadelphia, PA 

Contra Costa County Hospital 

Martinez, CA 

Hospital of the Medical Coll. of PA 

Philadelphia, PA 

Scottsdale Memorial Hospital 

Scottsdale, AZ 

Hospital of the Medical Coll. of PA 

Philadelphia, PA 

Appointment Pending 

Waltham Hospital 

Waltham, MA 

Hospital of the Medical Coll. of PA 

Philadelphia, PA 

Letterman Army Medical Center 

San Francisco, CA 

West Jersey Health System 

Voorhees, NJ 

Jackson Memorial Hospital 

Miami, FL 

Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center 

Lackland AFB, San Antonio, TX 

Hospital of the Medical Coll. of PA 

Philadelphia, PA 

Morristown Memorial Hospital 

Morristown, NJ 

Mercy Hospital of Pittsburgh 

Pittsburgh, PA 



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Laura Helfman 

Valerie Helene Hendrzak 

Shaun Adrian Hennon 

Lucy Ellen Hornstein 

Daniel Arthur Jones 

David Moto-0 Katayama 

Kathryn Kay Keener 

Grace Lorraine Lee Kennedy 

Sophia Ketsoglou 

Bette Lazzaro 

Albert Chun-Jen Lee 

Shari Lynn Leipzig 

Susan M. Liberski 

Karen R. Luborsky 

Roberta S. Malone 

Beth Ann Maxwell 

Pamela Faith Young McCarter 

Brian Tiffany McNeary 

Robert Ivan Mendelson 

John Steven Mogerman 

Carol Lynn Most 

Ginette Sandra Nachman 

Sharon Jean Nichols 

Linda Ann Norris 

Mary Sue Nulty 

Mary Irene O'Connor 

Ann Asako Ohata 

Christine Anne Gonnery Phillips 

William Rakauskas 

Deborah Marie Rosa 



Anes. 

Ob./Gyn. 

Anes. 

Fam. Prac. 

Int. Med. 

Surgery 

Ob./Gyn. 

Fam. Prac. 

Psych. 

Path. 

Medicine 

Ob./Gyn. 

Int. Med. 

Int. Med. 

Medicine 

Ob./Gyn. 

Ped. 

Medicine 

Int. Med. 

Surgery 

Medicine 

Psych. 

Ortho. Surg. 

Fam. Prac. 

Diag. Rad. 

Ortho. Surg. 

Medicine 

Medicine 

Psych. 

Surgery 



Valley Medical Center of Fresno 

Fresno, CA 

Hospital of the Medical Coll. of PA 

Philadelphia, PA 

Youngstown Hospital Association 

Youngs town, OH 

Montgomery Family Practice Center 

Norristown, PA 

Mercy Catholic Medical Center 

Darby , PA 

St. Vincent's Hospital 

New York , NY 

York Hospital 

York, PA 

Franklin Square Hospital 

Baltimore, MD 

Bronx Municipal Hospital Center 

Bronx, NY 

Hahnemann University Hospital 

Philadelphia, PA 

VAMC West Hospital Center 

Los Angeles, CA 

St. Vincent's Hospital 

New York, NY 

Lankenau Hospital 

Philadelphia, PA 

Cooper Hospital-Univ. Medical Center 

Camden, NJ 

Abington Memorial Hospital 

Abington, PA 

West Virginia University Hospitals 

Morgan town, WV 

Cooper Hospital-Univ. Medical Center 

Camden, NJ 

Lankenau Hospital 

Philadelphia, PA 

New York University Medical Center 

New York, NY 

Univ. of Michigan Affiliated Hospitals 

Ann Arbor, MI 

Abington Memorial Hospital 

Abington, PA 

Hahnemann University Hospital 

Philadelphia, PA 

Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center 

Los Angeles, CA 

Central Maine Medical Center 

Lewis ton, ME 

Hospital of the Medicial Coll. of PA 

Philadelphia, PA 

Mayo Graduate School of Medicine 

Rochester, MN 

Univ. of HI Intergrated Residency Prog. 

Honolulu, HI 

Lankenau Hospital 

Philadelphia, PA 

Hospital of the Medical Coll. of PA 

Philadelphia, PA 

UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School 

Piscataway, NJ 



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Catherine Ann Roscioli Jones 

Judith Sheila Samkoff 

Hope Susan Selarnick 

Mark Allen Shannon 

Bonita Miller Shapiro 

Gholarareza Sharegi 

Richard Warren Shore 

Denise H.K. Shusterman 

Paul Singer 

Rosalie Rutter Snyder 

Ann Elizabeth Spangler 

Edward Joseph Stanford 

Christine Felicia Stavropoulos 

Michael Stefan 

Michael Allen Stewart 

Michael Joel Styles 

Lloyd Eugene Suter 

Linda Struhar Sylvester 

George Raymond Tyndall 

Tamara Roseann Vrabec 

Deborah E. Weber 

Susan Beth Weinstock 

Wayne Louis Weston 

Aruby Odom White 

Samuel Earl Wilson 

Daniel S Wohl 

Marcia Debra Wolf 

Chi Mei Wu 

Donald M. Yealy 

George Michael Zubak 



Ped. 

Ped. 

Medicine 

Medicine 

Medicine 

Medicine 

Ped. 

Diag. Rad. 

Medicine 

Fam. Prac. 

Rad. Therapy 

Surgery 

Medicine 

Surgery 

Surgery 

Medicine 

Int. Med. 

Medicine 

Ob./Gyn. 

Medicine 

Emer. Med. 

Fam. Prac. 

Medicine 

Psych. 

Surgery 

Surgery 

Surgery 

Medicine 

Emer. Med. 

Fam. Prac. 



Cooper Hospital-University Med. Center 

Camden, NJ 

The Milton S. Hershey Medical Center 

Hershey, PA 

Hospital of the Medical Coll. of PA 

Philadelphia, PA 

The Miriam Hospital 

Providence, RI 

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital 

Philadelphia, PA 

Episcopal Hospital 

Philadelphia, PA 

Medical University Hospital 

Charleston, SC 

Albert Einstein Medical Center 

Philadelphia, PA 

Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center 

Los Angeles, CA 

Sacred Heart Hospital 

Allentown, PA 

Shands Hospital at the Univ. of Florida 

Gainesville, FL 

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center 

Los Angeles, CA 

Beth Israel Medical Center 

New York, NY 

Pennsylvania Hospital 

Philadelphia, PA 

Albert Einstein Medical Center 

Philadelphia, PA 

Albert Einstein Medical Center 

Philadelphia, PA 

Westchester County Medical Center 

Valhalla, NY 

Cooper Hospital-University Med. Center 

Camden, NJ 

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center 

Los Angeles, CA 

Geisinger Medical Center 

Danville, PA 

Mercy Hospital and Medical Center 

Chicago, IL 

Temple University Hospital 

Philadelphia, PA 

Hospital of the Medical Coll. of PA 

Philadelphia, PA 

Temple University Hospital 

Philadelphia, PA 

Howard University Hospital 

Washington, DC 

Temple University Hospital 

Philadelphia, PA 

Sinai Hospital of Baltimore 

Baltimore, MD 

Cooper Hospital-Univ. Medical Center 

Camden, NJ 

University Health Center of Pittsburgh 

Pittsburgh, PA 

Altoona Hospital 

Altoona, PA 



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Honored Patrons 



Gwynn Allen 

Marilyn H. Appel, Ed.D. 
Dorothy M. Barbo, M.D. 
Anne U. Barnes, M.D. 

Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Bartynski 
Dr. and Mrs. James A. Batts, Jr. 
Laurence T. Brown, M.D. 
Mr. and Mrs. Casimer Coder 
Division of Cardiology 
Drs. Anna and Chester Chorazy 
Paula Clemens, M.D. 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Comissiong 
Helen D. Dickens, M.D. 
Gerald H. Escovitz, M.D. 
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Flanagan 
Esther Selarnick Gilman 

Mother of Hope Selarnick 
Lorraine M. Giordano, M.D., F.A.C.E.P., 

and James V. Tobin, M.D. 
Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence R. Goldbacher, 

Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Goldman 
Jean Gowling, M.D. 
Graduate School of Medical Sciences 
Jack and Patti Grisham 
Harriet S. Gross, M.D. 
Lois Hammond, M.D. 
Mr. and Mrs. Justin D. Hartford 
Barry H. Hendler, D.D.S., M.D. 
Melvin L. Jackson, M.D. 
Athole G. McNeil Jacobi, M.D. 
Mary Jo Jacobs, M.D. 
Lester J. Karafin, M.D., and Sheila 

Judge, M.D. 



Drs. Donald and Janet Kaye 

June F. Klinghoffer, M.D. 

Robert L. Krause, M.D., Rich Okagawa, 

M.D., and Steven G. Hess, M.D. 
Dr. and Mrs. Frank I. Marlowe 
Joseph Leighton, M.D. 
Richard C. Lyons, M.D. 
Shirley & Bernard Magness & Family 
Julian B. Marsh, M.D. 
Dr. and Mrs. William L. Morrissey 
Janet A. Parker, M.D. 
Dr. and Mrs. Edmond H. Pi 
Dr. George L. Popky 
Dr. Leonard L. Ross 
Stephen C. Rubin, M.D. 
Dr. Barbara and Dr. Alan Schindler 
Dr. William B. Sembrot 
Carol S. Shapiro-Morgan, Class '65 
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Sorenson 
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Spencer 
Dr. and Mrs. Paul Stefan 
Monica Stewart-Bentley, M.D. 
Dr. and Mrs. Martin F. Sturman 
Doctors Alton and Mona Sutnick 
Dr. and Mrs. Donald P. Vrabec 
Dr. and Mrs. Milton A. Wohl 
Marcia Wolf's Family: Mother Sheila, 

Father Robert, and Sister Cheri 
Robert J. Wolfson, M.D., Frank I. 

Marlowe, M.D. and Steven E. 

Ladenheim, M.D. 
Dr. and Mrs. Mu Tsu and Family 



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Patrons 



Mr. and Mrs. Lewis C. Ball 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Battilana 

Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Benshoff 

Anna M. Brady, M.D. 

Susan H. Bray, M.D. 

Barbara A. Carson, M.D. 

Jean S. Comitalo 

Lourdes C. Corman, M.D. 

Maty B. Dratman, M.D. 

Lysia S. Forno 

Lucille R. Fostvedt, M.D. 

June M. Fry, Ph.D., M.D. 

Ira W. Gabrielson & Mary O. Gabrielson 

Rachel Klonymus Guth, M.D. 

Julian Katz, M.D. 

Muriel Kowlessar, M.D. 

Dr. Andre' Lascari 

Dr. and Mrs. Harvey B. Lefton 

Morton Lerner & Deborah Shain-Lerner 

The MCP Libraries 

Emily M, Mitchell 



Anna Dumitru Poporad, M.D. 

Michael A. Resnick, D.O. 

Lois M. Roberts, M.D. 

Rita M. Rosini, M.D. 

Beverly R. Roth, M.D. 

Lorraine E. and Vance E. Rutter 

Ajit K. Sachdeva, M.D. 

Paul D. Siegel, M.D., and 

Frank J. Barch, M.D. 

George M. Simpson, M.D. 

Mrs. Laurence S. Singer 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Suter 

Loring E. Sylvester, M.D. 

Harry L. Thomas, M.D. 

Ariadne Mayakis Toczek, M.D. 

Bonnie M. Tompkins, M.D. 

Robert J. Wolfson, M.D. 

Jerry Zaslow, M.D., J.D. 

Pouran P. Zekavat, M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. Marc Zimmerman 



All The Best 

in 1985 

Department of Psychiatry 



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The Department 

of Pharmacology 

extends 
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the 

Class OP 1%5 



Best 



to 



The Best of Luck 

to the 
Great Class of '85 

from The Division 

of 
Gastroenterology 



We wish you 

Happiness, Health 
and a 
Satisfying Career 
Infectious Diseases Division 



(Tlatthew E. Levison, Chief 

Elias Abrutyn 

Jerome Boscia 

Donald Kaye 

Oksana fTl. Korzeniowski 

Jack D. Sobel 



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Best Wishes to 

the Class of 1985 

from The Division of 

Hematology -Oncology 




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Congratulations 

and Best Wishes 

To the Graduating Class 

from the 
Department of Surgery 




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Congratulations and Best Wishes 

to the Class of 1985 

Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery 



James O. Finnegan, M.D. 
Jonathan E. Rhoads, Jr., M.D. 
Paul Rodigas, M.D. 
Kenneth G. Bridges, M.D. 



"Best Sv/isitas to 
TRe Gtoss ojy 1985 



<fcJeta1 J. JleDvps, jJlV. 
Joam (J. JlfeDijas, }A.V>. 
De.£pale Daite, M-D. 
Sckajid .A De,gk M-D- 
Stoi K E^jtjiwQcJi, M.D. 
Pobe/rt G. Jcfaana, M-D. 




Congratulations to the 

Class of 1985 

from the 

Division of Otolaryngology 

Head and Neck Surgery 



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congratulates the 
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CONGRATULATIONS 

Class of 1985 

Best wishes from 



Department of 
Pathology 



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I I ! / The wave of the future / , f 

* Best wishes for happiness 

and success. 

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Department of Neurology 



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Congratulations and 

Best Wishes 

to The Class of 1985 

Division of Neurosurgery 



Warren Goldman, M.D., Chief 
William F. Bouzarth, M.D. 
Naren Kansal, M.D. 



Congratulations 

and 

Best Wishes 

to the 

Class of 1985 

from the 

Department of 

Physiology and 

Biochemistry 



Congratulations and 

best wishes 

to the Class 

of 1985 

DOLBEY'S 

Welch Allyn Tycos 

Propper Keeler 

Retail Stores 

3726 Spruce St. 
U. of P. Campus 
(215) 222-6020 



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services 

HOSPITAL FOOD MANAGEMENT 



Serving the hospital community for more than 30 years, 
AM healthcare specialists are more experienced in. . . 

bringing quality to your food service 
working cooperatively with your staff 
providing progressive diet therapy 



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Hospital Food Management 
Independence Square West 
Philadelphia, PA 19106 
215/574-5504 



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STEAKS*BEER*HOAGIES 



HENRY AVE. & WALNUT LANE 



482-5407 



Congratulations to the 

ffflifl -| Class of 1985 
*-*-' — J from 

Clinical Pathology Lab 



The Health Maintenance Organization of Pennsylvania 
Congratulates and Wishes the Graduating Class of 1985 




nHVO 
PENNSYLVANIA 



a very successful career 
in the medical profession 



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Where Can You Find A Hospital That . . . 

*Affords the opportunity for assertive physicians to establish and advance themselves in the 
Philadelphia medical community. 

*Provides advanced techniques in Cardiology, Clinical Pathology, and Nuclear Medicine in 
new, expanded facilities in a small hospital setting. 

*Offers exceptional personal patient care. 

* Advances with its affiliation, The Medical College of Pennsylvania. 

*Expands judiciously to meet the desires of its medical staff. 

*And is 15 minutes from Center City Philadelphia . . . near the gracious living of the Main Line 
... on the edge of beautiful Fairmount Park . . . and at the hub of several thriving and diverse 
communities. 



West Park Hospital Is That Hospital. 



For additional information about the opportunities and benefits available to members of 
Medical Staff, 

Contact: Medical Staff 

Recruitment and 
Development Committee 
(215) 578-3465 




vvesT raRK HospuaL 

Ford Road and Fairmount Park Philadelphia, 
Pa. 19131 



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Congratulations 

to 

the Class of 1985 

and 

IDelcome to 

the 

Alumnae/i Association 

of 

UXDC/CDCP 



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Congratulations 
and Best Wishes 
for Future Success 



Alron I. SurnicK M.D. 
Senior Vice Presidenr for Healrh Affairs and Dean 

and his staff 



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Jodnnt M. Donnelly 
MCP Bookstore 





Congratu/ations 
C/ass of '85 




Philadelphia 
Geriatric Center 

Philadelphia Geriatric Center is one of the 
nation's leaders in geriatric care, education 
and research. Together with the Medical 
College of Pennsylvania, it has established 
the College's Division of Geriatric 
Medicine. PGC offers rotations and 
fellowships in Geriatric Medicine. 

Philadelphia Geriatric Center 

5301 Old York Road - Phila., PA 

19141 



CONGRATULATIONS 

TO THE 

CLASS OF 1985 




FROM THE 
OFFICE OF MEDICAL EDUCATION 



GERALD J KELLIHER, PhD MARILYN H. APPEL, EdD. 
STEVEN PEITZMAN, M.D DEBBIE S SHAIN, MSS ACSW 

LIZ BARISH 

FRAN MAGUIRE 

DENISE LAMLIN 

CHRIS EDEN 



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1985 Iatrian Staff 



Editors 



Denise K. Shusterman 
Stephen M. Goldman 





Business Manager 



Daniel L. Wohl 



Photographers: 

Jeff Comitalo 
Carl Drucker 
Stephen Goldman 
Shaun Hennon 
Lucy Hornstein 
Denise Shusterman 



Layouts: 

Stephen Goldman 
Shaun Hennon 
Lucy Hornstein 
Denise Shusterman 
Wayne Weston 
Daniel Wohl 



Artwork: 

Lucy Hornstein 



Freshmen: 

Lisa Ann Brady 
Scott Marlowe 
Jim Hornig-Rohan 



Sophomores: 

Jenny Abraham 
Andrew Marlowe 
Sarah Swider 



Juniors: 



The Editors would like to express Special Thanks to: 

— Robert P. Davine & the Herff Jones staff for all their 
patience and guidance. 

— Merin Studios (*Donna and Rosemarie) for their 
cooperation and help with senior portraits and 
candids. 

— June Shreiner for her help and efficiency. 

— Connie Fisk for putting up with us. 

— Mary Boyle for her assistance. 

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