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Sitting on the dock of the bay... 



Where’s the lifeguard!?...! am the lifeguard. 



Men at work for the Pi Kappa Alpha Jamaican Rush rendez- 
vous. 

What - another lap?! 



Opening 



F.S.C. Embodies Tradition 



From its rich history of academic excel- 
lence to its famous Frank Lloyd Wright archi- 
tecture, Florida Southern College is an institu- 
tion that encompasses many traditions. Some 
have grown from its 19th century Methodist 
origins and others are just now gaining mo- 



mentum. Each year, with the arrival of new 
and returning students, there is a joining of 
ideas, friendships and philosophies that com- 
bine to create new traditions as well as uphold 
established ones. Let us remember the lessons, 
laughter, and fun found in these traditions. 




Opening 





“What are you looking at?” 

Sandra studies vigorously for her French exam. Students who 
decide to go for a B.A. degree must take a foreign language. 



So, if we look real cute and s mil e real pretty we’ll get our 
pictures in the yearbook? 

I’ll take both of them. 



Was that your sandwich? Hey, hectic times deserve desperate 
measures. 



Opening 





Recreational Crafts are my life! I could get a degree in 

this. 

Here’s looking at you, kid. 



This beats the desert any day!! 

Swing batter, swing. Intramurals took a new and organized 

look in 1990 - 1991. 



Opening 



A New Year Begins 
A New Tradition 



Students of various cultures flocked onto 
Florida Southern’s esteemed campus, opening 
the new year with outstretched arms and smil- 
ing faces, welcoming friends after the summer 
vacation. The reuniting experience started the 



academic year on a positive note. Caring feel- 
ings among students and faculty alike pre- 
vailed. The tradition of a new year filled with 
dreams, excitement, and fun was just begin- 
ning. 





Neon pink is my color by the pool. Florida Southern Students are 
hip on trends and cool in the pool. 

Leg cramps come and leg cramps go. Thank goodness for FSC 
trainers. 

Vote for the Power Pig! Remember to make your voice count. 



Opening 





All work and no play makes Milinda Brown bored. FSC students are 
known to work a little and play a little - it’s a delicate balance. 

We have a test on this? Many students are surprised at what the 

professors will really assign. 



Catch the wave and ride it through. Lake Hollingsworth is always 
the center of attention at Florida Southern. 

Can I have some of that? The cafe always looks better on someone 

elses plate. 



Opening 





■Hi 



Learning The Ropes 




Wasn’t class outside? The Communications desks will be ever 
famous for those who had to play balancing games with their 
books. 

Sigma Chi’s aren’t camera shy. FSC Greeks are known for then- 
long lasting friendships. 



a major and discovered the value of a high 
G.P.A. As seniors, we were filled with relief, 
anticipation, and sadness as graduation neared. 

Through all four years, friends and faculty 
encouraged us to have dreams and reach for 
high goals. 



As FSC students we faced a great opportu- 
nity to learn, not only in class, but in our daily 
activities. As freshmen, we learned to adjust to 
a new atmosphere and new friends. As sopho- 
mores, we returned anxious to see old friends 
and familiar places. As juniors, we decided on 



Opening 




Red ball in the corner pocket. The Student Center was open 
for all who wanted to take a study break. 

Traditions never change. Remember when you sat outside 

J. R. on the steps. 



Where were you when I needed you? FSC students always 
share a bond that helps them rely on each other for 

support. 



How rude! 




Laugh A Little 



A well-known Proverb says , “A merry heart 
doeth good like a medicine.” So laugh a little. 

The Interlachen is a time capsule of won- 
derful moments, reflecting traditions passed 
down from generations of students. Memories 



that transformed lives were captured with the 
push of a button. Jog your memory and cata- 
pult through the shadows of days gone by, 
leaving room for today’s memories. They last a 
lifetime. 




Opening 





Memories 
Gone By 



of Days 




“Fall where ye may!” Many Northerners just seem to drop 
when the warm Florida sunshine is out. 

Left, right, left. We may be in college but sometimes 
Mondays can be the worst. 




Opening 












“Where'd the skier go?” FSC seems to center around the activities of 
Lake Hollingsworth. 

Lazy days in the summer mean bronzy skin in the fall. 




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To ski or not to ski? Sometimes the question is too hard to 

answer. 



Shawn ill umina tes her tan between sorority activities. 

Bronzing is the most popular sport at FSC. 





Left over right and under, right over left and under... How 
many times do we have to do this? 

Carla keys in vigorously for her Journalism class in the 
Communications Department. Deadlines are nothing new for 

Comm uni cations majors. 




Opening 



Administration/ 

Staff 




Academic Tradition 

Even as early as 1885, when Florida South- 
ern College was founded in Leesburg as a co- 
educational facility, the college began its tradi- 
tion as a forerunner in American education. 
Permanently moved to Lakeland in 1922, Flor- 
ida Southern has been affiliated with the United 
Methodist Church since its origins. Great ex- 
pansions were made in the campus when, in 
1938, construction was begun on the first of 
twelve buildings designed by architect Frank 
Loyd Wright. 

Described by Mr. Wright as “the first 

Dean Szabo accepts an award from President Davis 
for his many years of service . 





uniquely American campus,” FSC has main- 
tained itself as such with its rich traditions in 
curriculum, cultural activities, and campus 
life. College President, Robert A. Davis ex- 
pressed that, “. . .it becomes increasingly impor- 
tant for colleges and universities to supply the 
replacement for moral capital as well as the in- 
tellectual resources which our nation needs as 
it moves into its third century.” 



President Davis 
welcomes students 
into his home. 



Dean Wade can be 
seen riding his bike 
all over campus. 




Administration/Staff 



Board of Trustees 




Mr. Jack M. Berry 

The Hon. C. Farris Bryant 

Mr. Roosevelt Dell 

Mr. Sam T. Dell 

Mr. James L. Ferman, Jr. 

Mr. Frank H. Furman, Jr. 

Mr. J. R. Graves 
Mr. Lloyd G. Hendry 
Mr. Andrew H. Hines, Jr. 
Bishop H. H. Hughes 
Mr. John E. Hunt, Sr. 

Mr. Charles H. Jenkins, Sr. 

Dr. Jimmy S. Jones 

Dr. Thomas C. Kelsey 

Mrs. Alice W. Lockmiller 

Mr. Joseph O. Macbeth 

Dr. James M. Marlowe 

Mr. E. Vane McClurg 

Mr. George T. Miller 

Mr. Fred R. Millsaps 

Dr. Ed W. Norman 

Mr. J. Quinton Rumph 

Mr. James W. Russell 

Mr. T. Terrell Sessums 

Dr. John P. Simon 

Mr. George A. Snelling 

Mrs. Dorotha C. Tanner 

Mr. Robert S. Trinkle 

Mr. J. Lanier Upshaw 

Mrs. Ted Van Antwerp 

Mrs. Ruth S. Wedgworth 

Mr. Walter W. Woolfolk 

Trustees Emeritus 

Mr. A. L. Ellis 

Dr. R. C. Holmes 

Mrs. Edna M. Pearce Lockett 

Mr. Ernest C. McClurg 

Bishop Edward J. Pendergrass 



President Robert A. Davis 



President Robert A. Davis 
is the fifteenth president of 
Florida Southern College cur- 
rently completing his fifteenth 
year. He came to Florida South- 
ern College in 1976 following 
his election by the College Board 
of Trustees. He has been a leader 



in numerous state and national 
educational associations. 

Most recently he has com- 
pleted a term as President of the 
National Association of Schools 
and Colleges of the United 
Methodist Chui'ch. 

An honor graduate of the 



University of Georgia, Dr. Davis 
holds degrees from Emory Uni- 
versity and Yale University. He 
is listed in Who’s Who in Amer- 
ica and Who’s Who in the World 
and is a memeber of Phi Kappa 
Phi, Beta Gamma Sigma, and 
Omicron Delta Kappa. 



Administration/Staff 





Honorary Chancellor 



Dr. Ernest L. Boyer, President of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, and 
Senior Fellow of the Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University received the distinction this year of 
being named the 57th Honorary Chancellor of Florida Southern College. One of America’s preeminent 
educators. Dr. Boyer served as the twenty- third United States Commissioner of Education. In 1983, he 
was selected by his peers as the leading educator in the nation and in 1987 was named Man of the Year 
in Higher Education. In announcing the appointment of Dr. Boyer as the Honorary Chancellor for 1991, 
President Davis stated, “ The contribution that Dr. Ernest Boyer has made to higher education in America 
eminently qualifies him for this distinguished recognition. ...His leadership and vision for the future of 
American Education are unparalleled and of the highest order." 

Dr. Boyer earned his Ph.D. from the University of Southern California. He also holds honorary 
degrees from 101 United States Colleges and Universities in addition to being a Distinguished Fulbright 
Professor to India and a Distinguished Fulbright Lecturer to Chile. 

Administration/Staff 




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Brunner R. Hunt, Vice President of Finance, 
received his B.B.A. from Emory University, 
and his M.B.A. from Harvard Graduate School 
of Business Administration. He has been with 
FSC since 1978. 



Dr. Ben F. Wade, Vice President and Dean of 
the College, holds a B.A. from Bridgewater 
College, an M. Div. from the United 
Theological Seminary, an S.T.M. from Boston 
University, an M.S. from Columbia 
University, and a Ph. D. from Hartford 
Seminary. Dr. Wade joined the FSC staff in 
1973. 




Hugh A. Moran, Jr., Vice President and 
Dean of Students, holds an A.A. degree from 
Brevard College, an A.B. from High Point 
College, and a M. Ed. from the University of 
North Carolina at Greensboro. Dean Moran 
joined the FSC staff in 1975. 



Mr. William R. Finch, joined FSC as Vice 
President of Development in January of 1990. 
He earned the Bachelor of Science degree from 
Baldwin-Wallaee College in Berea, Ohio in 
1959. 



Administration/Staff 





Mr. Mead F. Rogers, Vice President for 
Development and Director of Planned Giving, 
is a graduate of Northwestern University, 
with a B.S. in Business Administration. He 
has been with FSC since 1967. 



Mrs. Sheelagh Boisvert, Director of the 
Orlando Program, has a B.S. in Personnel 
Management from Florida Southern. She 
joined FSC in 1975. 



Mr. Donald M. Clayton, Jr., Director of 
Student Accounts, attended Florida Southern 
College and has been with FSC since 1976. 



Mr, V. Terry Dennis is Controller at FSC 
and has a B.S. from Louisiana State 
University. He has been with FSC since June 

of 1989. 



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Mr. Raymond R. Fischer has been Director 
of Public Relations at FSC since 1987. He 
holds a B.A. in Speech and Drama at Florida 
Southern College and an M.S. in Theatre at 
Florida State University School of Theatre. 



Mrs. Lynn M. Griffith is currently Director 
of Alumni Relations at FSC. She has been 
with Florida Southern College since 1971. 
Mrs. Griffith holds a B.A. in Spanish with a 
minor in Secondary Education from FSC. 




Mr. William S. Hatten holds the position of 
Assistant Vice President for Development at 
FSC. He has obtained a B.A. from Lawrence 
University and an M.A. at Northwestern 
University. 



Dr. Theodore M. Haggard is the Director of 
the Library here at FSC. He has completed 
graduate studies in Philosophical studies of 
Western Civilization at Emory University, and 
Master of Divinity there also. He has an M.A. 
in Education from the University of Kentucky 
and a Ph. D. from Emory University. 




Administration/Staff 




Mr. William H. Jago has been the Manager 
of the Collge Bookstore at FSC since 1975. He 
holds a B. A. from Mercer University. 




Mrs. Donna J. Koewler is Director of 
Student Activities. She holds a B. A. in 
Journalism/Psychology at St. Mary-of-the- 
Woods College in Indiana. 





Miss Marsha McCrary, Director of Career 
Counseling and Placement, has been with 
Florida Southern College since 1988. She 
holds a B.S. in Psychology from Georgia 
Southwestern College and an M. S. in 
Counseling from Georgia State University. 



Mr. Benjamin E. McDaniel is Assistant to 
the Dean of Students. He is a graduate of 
Florida Southern College with a B.S. in 
Physical Education. He has been with FSC 
since September 1985. 





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Ms. Marilyn Nissen is the Director of Testing 
in the Institutional Research Department. Ms. 
Nissen is an alumnus of FSC, having obtained 
her degree in 1978. She has been with FSC 
since April of 1978. 



Mrs. Kimberly A. Pickering is the Assistant 
Dean of Students for Women. She graduated 
from Florida Southern College in 1980 with a 
B.S. in Business Management. 



Mr. Larry A. Powell is currently the Director 
of Intramurals and Volunteer Service Projects 
at FSC. He holds a B.S. in Physical Education 
from the University of Florida from which he 
graduated in 1967. 



Mr. Harold M. Smeltzly is the Director of 
Athletics at FSC. He is an alumnus of FSC, 
graduating with a B.S. in Physical Education 
in 1953. He also holds a Masters degree from 
Temple University. Mr. Smeltzly joined the 
FSC staff in 1957. 



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Mr. William B. Stephens is the Director of 
Admissions at Florida Southern. He graduated 
with a B.S. in 1972 from FSC. Mr. Stephens is 
associated with the Florida Association of 
Collegiate Kegisfcrar and Admissions Officers 
and also with the National Association of 
College Admission Counselors. 



Mr. Robert L. Sterling is the Director of 
Financial Aid at FSC. Mr. Sterling graduated 
in 1959 with a B.S. in Business 
Administration from Florida Southern 
College. He then received his M.S. in 1978 
from the University of Utah. Mr. Sterling is 
associated with the Florida Association of 
Student Financial Aid Administration. 



Mias Sally L. Thissen is currently the 
Florida Southern College Registrar. She holds 
a B.S. from Florida Southern College. Miss 
Thissen is affiliated with the Florida 
Association of Collegiate Registrars and 
Admissions Officers. 



Mr. Michael E. Thom is the FSC Campus 
Photographer. He graduated from Jones 
College in Lakeland in 1983. His professional 
work includes photography for Audubon, 
Greenpeace, and National Wildlife Society. 



Administration/Staff 




Mr. Lon A. Turner is the assistant to the Dean 
of Students in the Student Personnel 
Department. Mr. Turner graduated from FSC 
in 1988 with a degree in Political Science. 



Mr. R. Russel Walker Jr. is currently working 
in the Admissions Department as an 
Admissions Counselor. Mr. Walker obtained 
his A.A. in 1984 from the University of 
Maryland. He then graduated from Florida 
Southern College in 1986 with a B.S. in Citrus 
and Business. 



Mr. Darrel D. Webb is the assistant to the 
Business Manager at FSC. He holds a B.S. in 
Business Administration from the University 
of Maryland. He has been with FSC since 
June of 1981. 



Administration/Staff 





Notables 



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Charter, leadership, and scholarship: 
These are the words that have become part 
of the tradition of our campus activities 
through the honorary organizations. No 
matter what their field of study, their work 
is predominated by the love of learning. 
They are the ones who find time to serve and 
give of their knowledge. 



Tree Climbing. A great tradition of FSC. 





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Miss Southern 




Alicia Victoria Wiggins 

On February 13, 1991, Florida Southern crowned 
and honored it’s 54th Miss Southern, Alicia Victoria 
Wiggins, who succeeded Elizabeth Ashley Wright. 
Sponsored by the Student Government Association, 
Vicki has served them as a Junior Senator and Secre- 
tary. A Political Science major, Vicki was a member 
of the Phi Eta Sigma Freshman Honorary Society, 
Omicron Delta Kappa, and the Pi Gamma Mu Social 
Science Honorary Society. 

Vicki received the 1988 Most Outstanding So- 
phomore Award and an FSC Women’s Club Scholar- 
ship. Vicki participated in numerous religious life 
activities on campus also. She was a member of All 
Campus Fellowship, Chapel Choir, and Wesley Fel- 
lowship. 

The top three candidates for Miss Southern and 
James C. Rogers are determined by student body and 
faculty voting. Miss Southern and James C. Rogers 
Awards are then chosen from the top three in each 
competition by the Founder’s Week Committee which 
is made up of three faculty members, three admini- 
stration members, and four members of the student 
body chosen by Dr. Davis. To qualify, candidates must 
have a 3.0 GPA, 92 credit hours and be active in three 
or more campus activities. 



Miss Southern Candidates 



Delinda Higinbotham 



Karen Kull 



Mindy LaCroix 



Vicky Saltsman 



Jennifer Stuve 



Hazil Thornlley 



Notables 





James 

Bill Clifton Langston 



OnFebruary 13, 1991, Bill Clifton Langston was 
named the tenth recipient of the James C. Rogers, Jr. 
Award. APublic Relations major from Longwood, Bill 
also represented the Student Government Associa- 
tion. 

Bill served as a Greek Male Senator, is a mem- 
ber of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity and has been 
active in several campus organiztions. Bill was Miss 
Greek chairman, High Rho (Alumni Secretary), and 
High Beta Vice President of External Affairs. 

Bill was also a member of Order of Omega, the 
Pre-law Society, and Omicron Delta Kappa. He has 
played on the FSC Soccer team and was active in 
Young Life and as a Youth Counselor at Sanlando 
United Methodist Church. Bill plans to attend the 
Florida State University School of Law after gradu- 
ation, pursuing a career in either corporate or con- 
tract law. 

The nominees for the James C. Rogers, Jr. 
Award must have a 3.0 GPA, 92 credit hours and be 
a participant in at least three campus activities. 



Russell Bowen 



John Bonderman 



David Wingfield 



Bradford Trivett 



Notables 






Miss Interlachen 



Jerrie Milner 

Sponsored by Allan Spivey Hall 



Mr. Interlachen 



Neal Bogosian 

Sponsored by Building 3, Emory Hall 





Notables 






Carla Wilburn 



First Runner-up 



Adair Hewitt 

Second Runner-up 





this year’s judge , Ms. Jennifer Kirkland. Ms. 
Kirkland is a professional model, as well as an in- 
structor at John Casablanca’s Model & Career 
Center. She is originally from Orlando, however 
her profession led her across America from San 
Francisco and Los Angeles to New York, where she 
recently interviewed with top modeling agencies. 
She plans to continue around the globe, modeling 
in Japan in the coming year. 



First Runner-up 



Matt Stevens 

Second Runner-up 



Tony Westbrock 



Our Thanks To. 



Notables 







Omicron Delta Kappa 



Phi Eta Sigma 



Omicron Delta Kappa is 
recognized as the top national 
leadership honor society in 
America fo r college men and 
women. To be considered for 
membership a student must be 
of exemplary character, rank in 
the upper 35% in scholarship 
(above a 3.0 grade point aver- 
age), and have a record of signifi- 
cant responsible leadership. 
The Florida SouthemCircle was 
established in 1951 and has been 
involved in campus activities 
ever since. ODK at Florida 
Southern College was recog- 
nized as the outstanding Circle 
in 1984, 1986 and 1988. 



FRONT ROW FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Robert MacDonald, Vicki Wiggins, John Henninges, 
Jamelle Wooldridge, Karen Pontuti, Chris Kratzer, Dr. Burnette. 2ND ROW: President Davis, 
Bishop Hughes, Kathy Benn, Dr. Ivey, Mr. Tate, Steve Urbanski, Hazel Thomiley, Mindy 
LaCroix, Holly Huber, Dana Egolf, Teresa Desousa, Karen Kull, John Bonder-man, Dr. Walter 
Weaver, Mrs. Buccino, Dr. Tripp, Dr. Gilbert, Mr. Smeltzly. 3RD ROW: Dave Wingfield, Mindy 
Easter, Bernadette Loesche, Tricia Krinek, Russell Bowen, DeAnna Calloway, Delinda Higin- 
botham. 4TH ROW : Dr. Campbell, Dr. Santosuosso, Dr. Hartje, Geoff Freeburn, Dr. Healy, Vicki 
Saltsman, Barrett Schiwitz, Allen Hood. Dr. Willis. 




Phi Eta Sigma is a na- 
tional college scholastic 
honor society for freshmen. 
All freshmen who earn a cum- 
mulative grade point average 
of 3.5 or above at the end of 
their first semester or second 
semester are eligible for mem- 
bership. Chapters engage in 
many activities designed to 
recognize and promote high 
scholarship among freshmen. 
Inductions are held twice a 
year and membership is for 
life. 



FRONT ROW FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Kim Wilson. Holly Huber, Amy Trogan, Cathy Pike, 
Jamelle Wooldridge, Hazel Thorniley, Lisa Fessel, Holly Shields, Trina Knotts, Missy Turbev- 
ille. 2ND ROW: Christina Ch'ng, Victoria Sheffield, Jennifer Stuve, Vicki Wiggins, Trisha 
Krinek, Melissa Haralson, Emily Schorr, Linda Smith, Michelle Becker, April Turnquest, 
Denise Hefke, Carey Jeffries, Lori Jendrzejewski. 3RD ROW: Lynn Trammell, Geoff 

Freeburn, Shannon Poppell, Mindy Easter, Tricia Banks, Barbara Polk, Linda Hessinger, Dr. 
Joan Buccino, Dr. Ed Plowman, Dean Moran, Mrs. Paula Buck, Dean Wade. 



Notables 



Who's Who 




FRONT ROW FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Missy Ayers, Tracy Hardie, Vicki Wiggins, Jamelle 
Wooldridge. 2ND ROW: Dina Wyss, Silviana Hernandez, Hazel Thomily.Joy Milner, Teresa de 
Sousa, Chris Kratzer. 3RD ROW: Shannon Daugherty, Vicki Saltsman, Jennifer Kleman, Dana 
Egolf, Mindy Easter, Dolly Roess. 4TH ROW: Allen Hood, John Henninges, Michael Hudson, 
Stephen Urbanski. 



This year thirty-nine 
students were selected among 
the student body of Florida 
Southern College to be listed 
in the 1990-1991 edition of 
Who’s Who Among Students in 
American Colleges and Uni- 
versities. These students have 
a 3.0 grade point average and 
are involved in numerous 
campus activities. 



Miss 



Greek 



Order of Omega 




Denise Dwyer 

Denise Dwyer was selected by a panel of five 
judges as the Florida Southern Miss Creek 1090-dl. Denise 
is a fall graduate and was sponsored by her sorority. Alpha 
Delta Pi. The Miss Creek contestants are judged on their 
poise, beauty, and communication skills. Each year 
Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity hosts the Miss Greek Pag- 
eant to raise money for their national philanthropy, the 
American Cancer Society. 




FRONT ROW FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Michelle Gesche, Louis Viera, Mindy 
LaCroix, Tricia Krinek, Mike Hudson. 2ND ROW: Steve Urbanski, Heather 
Benedict, Karen Pontuti, Jamelle Wooldridge. 3RD ROW: James Dodd, Dina 
W’yss, Joy Milner, Tracy Hardie, Tracy Pryor. 4THROW: Bill Langston, John 
Bonderman, Delinda Higinbotham, Russell Bowen, David Noetzel. 

Order of Omega recognizes students who have attained a high stan- 
dard of leadership in inter-Greek activities and encourages them to con- 
tinue along this line, inspiring others to strive for similar conspicuous 
attainment. Membership is limited to the top three percent of all Greeks on 
campus. 

Notables 







1991 Honor Walk Student 



Hazel Allene Thorniley 

Hazel is a Physics and Mathematics major from Gulfport, Florida. Her campus honors and 
activities include : Omicron Delta Kappa, President; Who’s Who Among Students in American 
Universities and Colleges; Sigma Pi Sigma; Society of Pyhsics Students; Students for the Ex- 
ploration and Development of Space; Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society; student represen- 
tative to the Faculty Curriculum Committee. 

Other extracurricular activities include, Captain of the Varsity Tennis Team, Flutist in the 
Symphonic Band, and Student Alumni Association. 

Hazel was selected to participate in NASA’s Space Life Sciences Training Program and 
Georgia Tech’s Research Experience for Undergraduates. Hazel was one off thirty- two students 
out of five thousand applicants selected for pre-astronaut training. She was also a nominee for 
the Harry S. Truman Scholarship and was a USA TODAY Academic Team nominee. 



Notables 




Departments & 
Organizations 

A Feel For Your Future. 

Every student goes through the the proc- 
ess of choosing a major that he or she feels will 
suit them throughout their career. At Florida 
Southern College every department tries to 
help with this decision by having a few organi- 
zations that help the students get a feel for 
their future. 

Artists can join Kappa Pi; an honorary fra- 
ternity in the Studio Art Department, future 
Physics majors can join Students for the Explo- 

FSC students help the Horticulture 
Department by purchasing plants. 




ration and Developement of Space, and Music 
Education majors can join M. E. N. C.; Music 
Educators National Conference. 

Altogether, FSC has a great variety of tra- 
ditional and non-traditional organizations 
that give the students a taste of what, hopeful- 
ly, will be their major. 



Between classes. Dr. Baldwin 
escapes to her office. 



You can have fun while 
you work! 




Departments/Organizations 



Art 



The Art Department at Florida 
Southern College provides a number of 
opportunities for students who want to 
pursue an interest in art. Courses in art 
history and studio art are available as 
electives. There are three concentrations 
for the Art major: Studio, Art Communi- 
cations, and Art Education. 

Monthly exhibits by significant art- 
ists are featured in the Melvin Art Gal- 
lery and one or more field trips to muse- 
ums or art exhibits are scheduled each 
semester. 




Just a few more strokes for that 
perfect shadow effect and I'll 
almost be done. Art classes are 
offered for the serious and the 
amateur artist alike. 




Mr. W. Downing Barnitz 




Kappa Pi: Front row: Robin Jack, Victoria Hey wood. Second row: Areti Clark, TiHany Strauch, Laura Speier, Susan Schild, Back row: Hitoshi Kimura, Jerry 
Eisen, Lazarus Mitchell, Michael Powell, Mr. Barnitz 



Mrs. Allyson E. Sheckler 



Departments/Organizations 




Biology 

Students in the Biology Department 
have interests as broad as the discipline 
of Biology itself. It can range from study 
and research in the area of molecular 
Biology to coral reef biology in Jamaica. 
A number of students have taken the op- 
portunity to extend their research to co- 
operative programs at medical schools 
and to field areas, including the Florida 
Keys. In addition, Tri-Beta sponsors a 
trip to a scientific meeting each year. 



Eating outside for a late fall picnic 
was a great idea. The Biology De- 
partment's Health Fair was cen- 
tered around Ordway and included 
a picnic and booths full of great 
health awareness tips. 




Dr. Robert Baum 




beta beta Beta: front row: Les Parts, Charles Barrett, Laura Herrera, Dorene Pilhtteri, Lena Keen, Sheryl 
Stratton, Michelle Becker, Jill Thomas, Holly Shields, Lisa Daugherty, Shelly Ames, Karyn Lynch, Dr Baum, 
Second row: Jackie Brendel, Tambna Gordon, David Campbell, Susan Fife, Enc DePetns, David Wingfield, 
Kristen Overstreet, Back row: Dr Campbell, Terrence Delikat, Dr. Haldeman, David Blewitt, Keith Kleinman, 
Steve Ekes, Mane Colon, Chris Meredith, Bill Moore 




Dr. Laurence Campbell 
Chairman 




Dr. John Haldeman 




Dr. Margaret Gilbert 
Division Chairman 




Dr. John Tripp 



Departments/Organizations 




Business & 
Economics 



Between one-third and one-half of 
Florida Southern students choose to 
graduate with a major in Accounting, 
Business Administration or Economics. 
Instructors combine high academic cre- 
dentials and practical business experi- 
ence to share with students. Activities 
include field trips, special lectures, busi- 
ness internships, seminars for the busi- 
ness community and five student profes- 
sional organizations. The Department is 
advised by a council of local senior busi- 
ness executives. 






Mrs. Joan G. Buccino 



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Mr. Walter J. Coleman 



Dr. Carl Brown 



Mrs. Lynn Clements 




Future Accountants of America: Front row: James Geringswald, Sheri Taylor, Tracy Pryor, Mindy LaCroix, 
Stephanie Feuser, Rose Patrick. Back row: Sean Murray, Dave Stack, Trey Ellis, Rick Cassady, Marc Zeff, Mr 
Girard, Kelly Jackson. 




Phi Chi Theta:Cindy Parsons, Tricia Kri nek. Barbie Polk, Michelle Inman, Jamelle Wooldridge, Karen Kull, Amy 
Day, Deanna Calloway, Pam Wendt, Tangela Bums, Julie Esper, Mrs. Buccino, Theresa Young, Virginia 
McCausland, Carrie Miller, Tammy Albright, Teresa Desousa. 




Data Processing Management Association: Front row: Perrin Clifton, Joe Biasella, Barrett 
Schiwitz, David Gardner Back row: Pam Wendt, Alexandra Raney, Mr. Juchau, Virginia McCausland. 



Departments/Organizations 




Delta Sigma Pi: Front row: Mr. Wiley, Kelly Jackson, Milinda Brown, Staci Winslow, Monica Serentill, Tracy 
Pryor, Russ Bowen, Ladreda Borom, Back row: Stephanie Feuser, Mike Kircher, Sue Sullivan, Louis Viera, 
Kelly McCarthy, Brian Walsh, Andrea Evans, Bryan Callahan, Bob Fontana, Lindsey Burhans, Allen Kreuscher, 
Jeff Rhea, Thomas Norton, Dave Toups 




Toastmasters: Front row: Carla W'ilbum, Delinda Higginbotham , Kathryn Hughes, Bill Brown, Tammy Albright, 
Tracy Crawford, Second row: Teresa DeSousa, Dina Wyss, Jennifer Albright, Dr. Thom, David Ammerman, 
Adair Hewitt, Kary Wilt 




Studying for a Business class always seemed to be an endless task, especially 
around test time. FSC's Business and Economics department is the largest 
department on campus and offers classes that help everyone in the community 






Mr. Wendell E. Hulcher 
Chairman 



Dr. Allen F. Larsen 



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Dr. Eugene R. Lebrenz 



Dr. Cindy A. 



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Mr. Ronald E. Girard 




Mr. Michael W. Way Mr. C. Jeffery Wiley 




Departments/Organizations 





Chemistry & 
Physics 

This year the Chemistry and Physics 
Department set some high goals and 
worked very hard to achieve them. 

Dr. Mossayeb Jamshid, a new addi- 
tion to the Florida Southern Faculty, 
helped to develop a new and improved As- 
tronomy Department. He plans on im- 
proving the Planetarium and increasing 
the interest of Astronomy here at Florida 
Southern. 

The Students for the Exploration and 
Development of Space planned trips to 
the cape to watch a few launches while the 
other organizations worked on improving 
their own knowledge of their major. 



Students for the Exploration and Development of Space: Joseph Delvecchio, Hazel Thomiley, Douglas Dixon, 
Dr. Jamshid, Lazarus Mitchell, Dr. Ward 





Society of Physics Students: Wesley Webb, Hazel Thomiley, Dr. Ward, Allen Mitchell 



Dr. James C. Healy 



Dr. Mossayeb Jamshid 



Departments/Organizations 




Christy Goodman demon- 
strates the Law of Gravity 
and how it works. Students 
tend to remember their 
homework better if they 
practice some of their 
knowledge. 




Physical Chemical Club: Alan Mitchell, Vici Shields, Shawn Schmidt 



Dr. John L. Spencer 




Ameican Chemical Society: Front row: S. Schmidt, F. Barrett, Y. Lim, L. McLuchie, S.. Simmons, M. Becker, H. Shields, K. Vaghela, Back row: Dr. Healy, Dr. Dr. David A. Ward 

Spencer, J. Hodges, T. Knotts, E. DePetris, A. Mitchell 





Communication 



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Dr. Sandra F. Baldwin 



Dr. John L. Dennis 



Interlachen Staff: Front row: Janette Dorsey, Stacy Prior, Missy Turbeville, AnnMane Wheeler, Dawn Mura, Shae Harrell, Second row: Jen 
Simpson, Christina Ch’ng, Back row: Shannon Poppell, Denise Hefke, Tracy Crawford, Jill Dittus, Jim Smith, Cheryl Stratton 



The Communication Department at Flor- 
ida Southern is a very active and energetic 
department. With three emphases from which 
to choose, Public Relations, Journalism and 
Advertising, students enjoy a wide variety of 
career choices. A broad base, in the liberal arts 
tradition, is the focus of the department. 

Many students from other departments 
take courses in the Communication Depart- 
ment as electives or as supportive require- 
ments and find that they enjoy the hands on 
approach of the department. Some of the more 
popular courses include Basic Photography, 
Public Relations, Interpersonal Communica- 
tions and Advertising . 



Michael Hulten works in the Photo Lab for a Southern deadline. A Commu- 
nications major gets hands-on experience in the field. 



Mr. Michael A. Jefferies 



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Dr. Thom goes over his agenda for 
the next day's class. Professors in 
the Communcation Department 
stress preparation and what awaits 
you in the 'real world'. 




Southern Staff: Front row Alicia Lewis, Kan Kynard, Nancy Johnson, Christina Barnes, Delinda Higginbotham, Back row: Ernesto Silva, Shae Har- 
rell, Jim Smith, Melissa Mercado, Mike Hulten 




F.P.R.A. [Florida Public Relations Association]: Front row: Stacy Zerilli, Judi LaVoie, Keri Davies, Roben-Mane Smith, Back row: Jen Kleman, 
Eileen Eschrich, Mindy Wnuk, Rebecca Haas, Adair Hewitt, Alicia Lewis, Chns Murray, Becky Holland, Bob McKenzie, Melissa Mercado, Delinda 
Higginbotham, Shannon Poppell 




Mr. David F. Snodgrass 



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Dr. Edward W. Thorn 



Departments/Organizations 






Citrus & 
Horticulture 

The students and staff of the 
Citrus and Horticulture department 
are responsible for the planting and 
care of the display greenhouses in the 
Polk Science Building and the citrus 
trees on the campus. These trees are 
used in citrus classes as specimens of 
varieties of woodstocks. 

The department has established 
and continues to maintain two large 
rose gardens on the campus for the 
beauty that they add to the campus 
and for the on going research of rose 
and virus diseases. 



Mr. Malcolm M. Manners 



Dr. Rubert W. Prevatt 



Citrus-Ornamental Club: Front row: Beth McLean. Richard Crawford, Orrinna Speese, Kay Maddox, Travis Council, Paul Yatsko, Bev Eckhardt, 
William James, Donna Pasley, Lesley Harbison, Mr. Mack, Mr Manners, Back row: Brett Swango, Greg Jolly, William Melvin, Rob Winfree, Hill 
Griffin, D. W. Damn, Scott Chancey, Moms Griffith, Mark Neitzke, Mr. Griffis, Steve Ebersbach 



The Citrus building at 
Florida Southern is the 
newest building on campus. 

Students, however, spend 
their time equally between 
the various gardens on 
campus, the green houses, 
and the class room. 



Mr. John L. Griffis, Jr. 



Chairman 



Departments/Organizations 




Education 




Kappa Delta Pi: Front row: Shelly Rivers, Cassandra Barker, Allison Crist-Sitta Betty Wright, Florence 
DeZabodow, Jennifer Barnholth, Back row:: Nancy Haas, Stacy Morley, Nancy Baer, Dr. Haynes, Carrie Askren, 
Joellen Swann, Victoria Sheffield, Bernadette Loesche, Jill Thomas 



The Department of Education offers 
state and regionally accredited programs 
of teacher preparation in Elementary 
Education, 1-6; Primary Education, K-3; 
Specific Learning Disabilities; and the Pro- 
fessional Preparation for majors in Art, 
Biology, English, Foreign Languages, His- 
tory and Political Science, Mathematics, 
Music Education, Physical Education and 
Social Sciences. The department currently 
has eight full-time faculty and approxi- 
mately 240 declared majors. 




Education majors seem to have more fun with their class loads. 




Couldn't we make the weaving board bigger? Education 
majors at Florida Southern are required to take an art 
class or two. 





Dr. Jack E. Haynes 
Chairman 



Dr. Mary V. Peaslee 




Dr. Barbara A. Block 




Dr. Davis R. Holland 




Mrs. Lousie G. Pitt 





Dr. Gina A. Maynard 




Dr. Marjorie J. Wynn 



Departments/Organizations 




English 

As many students soon find out, the 
English Department at Florida Southern 
College is known for its high academic 
standards. 

The grading system within the de- 
partment is very stringent, but with help 
from Pens Central and a lot of extra time 
from the student, the requirements can 
seem less intimidating. 

The grammar techniques learned in 
the English Department, along with the 
development of effective writing skills, 
are combined with the study of classic lit- 
erature and authors of England and 
America. 



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Mrs. Paula R. Buck 







Dr. Mary F. Pharr 




Mr. Robert H. Tate Dr. Robert L. Zimmerman 






Mr. Wesley W. Ryals 
Chairman 




"Yes, Mom, about the English grade that is going to be 
on the mid - term report....". Students find that the tran- 
sition from the way they want to write and the way they 
are supposed to write can sometimes be a little trying. 








"Alright, ifl can just remember the key elements in this 
short story I can ace that quiz today." Students never 
cram for tests here, they just wait till the very last 
minute, while they are eating, to study. 



Dr. Keith L. Huneycutt 




Departments/Organizations 





The best way to read is to be comfortable. Students have a hard time trying to find 
time to read for enjoyment with the hectic pace of campus life. 



Students sometimes 
find that studying in 
the dorm is just too 
chaotic. So they find a 
quiet spot somewhere 
in the Roux library 
and hide so they can 
absorb all of the mate- 
rial. 



Mrs. Barbara Elliott 



Miss Mary M. Flekke 




Library 

The Roux library at Florida South- 
ern is a place where students meet for 
group projects as well as individual study 
time away from the dorm. 

As with many libraries the FSC li- 
brary offers an array of resources to pull 
information from. Students are often sent 
there by teachers to look up a word in the 
Oxford English dictionary, or to analyze 
an article in a recent magazine. 

The staff in the library is most help- 
ful and always comes to the aid of stu- 
dents in need of 'change' for the Xerox 
machine. 




Mrs. Sally Gullage 




Mrs. Polly McCormick 




Mr. Randall MacDonald 




Mr. Harry Roberts 



Mrs. Janet K .Thomas 



Departments/Organizations 







Foreign 

Language 









Mrs. Gerda von Paleske 



The Department of Modern Lan- 
guages’ program encompasses the lan- 
guage, literature, and civilization of 
France, Germany, and Spain. Class- 
room instruction is supplemented by 
the activities of the various language 
clubs and Sigma Delta Pi (Spanish 
National Honorary Society.) Typical club 
activities are making ethnic food, view- 
ing foreign language movies, having 
discussion sessions, and taking tidps to 
nearby points of cultural interest ap- 
propriate to each language. 



Dr. Jose R. Martinez 
Chairman 



Hola Dudes and Dudettes!! 
Of course you learn more than 
this in the Spanish classes here, 
but everyone always remembers 
the greetings the best. 



Dr. Bennett O. Cole 



Departments/Organizations 



Spanish Club: Front row: Casey Kelly. Kan Kynard, Silvia Hernandez, Virginia Franco, Luci Turk, Back row: Dr. Cole, Joe 
Delvecchio, Russell Bowen, Anna Bolet, Holly Wilson, Gerhard Toth, Jim Myers 





German Club: Front row: John 
Kaylor, Beverly Smith, Fried- 
rike Daniel, Heike Wedekind, 
Mary Beth Obenour, Second 
row: Mrs. von Paleske, Joy 

Murphy, Gerhard Toth, Back 
row: Charles Frierman, Eric 
Meyer, Jim Terrell 




Sigma Delta Pi: Front row: Kari Kynard, Silvia Hernandez, Virginia Franco, Luci Turk, Back row: Dr. Cole, Russell 
Bowen, Anna Bolet, Dolly Roess, Dr. Martinez 




French Club: Front row: Karen Vaughn, Elena Carroll, Colleen O'Neil, Second row: Jason Davenport, Trina Knotts, Shae 
Harrell, Sandra Sears, Trisha Banks, Hayden McClurg, Belinda Roberts, April Gibson, Mrs. Von Paleske, Back row: Julie 
Kent, Sheri Jerantowsla, Phyllis Gross, John Hildenbrand, Jennifer McAlwee 



Departments/Organizations 



Music 

The Department of Music of- 
fers academic programs in perform- 
ance, music education, and sacred 
music. A wide range of performance 
opportunities are available through 
private applied music studies and 
participation in various ensembles. 
National music organizations with 
active student chapters on campus 
include Music Educators National 
Conference, Delta Omicron, and Phi 
Mu Alpha Sinfonia. 




Delta Omicron: Front row: Kim Wilson, Holly Huber, Yon Lew, Michelle Allen, 
Stephanie Salemme, Lisa Fessel, Back row: Ms. Fandrich, Beth Hunt, Stephanie 
Moorehead, Janet Williams 



Jazz Band: Front row: Mr. Burke, Richard Shepard, Brad Scott, Jeff Lee, Mike 
Haynes, Mike Bartos, Shannon Jarrett, Chris Kratzer, Back row: Rob Lambert, Ron 
Lagg, Eddie Elguezebal, Jeff Cayer, Karen Vaughn, Dr. Smith, Eric Keller, Darryl 
Shmidt, Brad Patton 




Departments/Organizations 



Concert Chorale 1990 - 1991 




Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia: Front row: Brad Scott, Fred Smith, Cade P. Stafford, Eddy 
Elguezabal, Brett Rogers, Eric Keller, Michael Wickershiem, Back row: Dr. McLau- 
rin, Eric Metzner, Mike Haynes, Allen Mitchell, Shannon J arrett, Chris Kratzer, Jeff 
Lee 

M.E.N.C. [Music Educators National Conference): Front row: Stephanie Moorehead, 
Beth Hunt, Yon Lew, Stephanie Salemme, Back row: Lisa Fessel, Dr. Sledge, Michelle 




Symphonic Band 1990 1991 Departments/Organizations 



Mathematics 

The Mathematics Department at 
Florida Southern College is in the busi- 
ness of preparing students for the fu- 
ture in the areas of Education, Busi- 
ness, and Computer Science. This de- 
partment also acts as a service depart- 
ment by preparing students for careers 
in Business and Research. Recently, it 
has also become the responsibility of 
the math department to prepare stu- 
dents for the CLAST examination. This 
department sponsors an honorary soci- 
ety called Kappa Mu Epsilon, a nation- 
wide group representing excellence in 
mathematics. 




Mr. Daniel Carreira 




Mrs. Caroline C. Durham 




Dr. Henry Hartje, Jr 
Chairman 



Mr. Lane Goodson 




Dr. Gayle Kent 




■ 

Dr. Albert Sheppard 






Mr. Allen Wuertz 



Kappa Mu Epsilon: Front row: Christy Spurlock, Teresa 
DeSousa, Dana Egolf, Amy Williams, Stacey Morley, 
Second row: Erin Whither, Lisa Jackson, Dr. Kent, Linda 
Smith, Sujatha Rajaram, Mindy Easter, Back row: Dr. 
Sheppard, Dr. Wuertz, Mr. Goodson, Barrett Schiwitz, 
Mr. Carreria, Dr. Hartje 




Departments/Organizations 





Nursing 

The Nursing program at Florida 
Southern College is alive and well. 
Structured within the Evening degree 
program, this department offers the 
professional registered nurse the abil- 
ity to build on their Associate degree 
education by earning a Bachelors de- 
gree in Nursing. In existence since 197£ 
over four hundred nurses have gradu- 
ated from the Lakeland and Orlando 
campus programs. 



Although the Nursing Department is small, these students are 
full of enthusiasum. 





Carolyn is visiting this year from abroad. Florida Southern 
was a new and exciting place for more then just the freshmen. 




Hey you guys, come test the 
water. It's great! No matter 
what happens, as long as you 
have a friend with you, the ex- 
perience is a lot better. 





Departments/Organizations 








Brotherhood is always something you hold onto throughout 
your future, wherever you endup. Florida Southern is known 
for it's Greek traditions. 



For the Biology Department's Health F air, the cafeteria held 
a picnic out by Ordway. The Health Fair proved to be a success 
by getting the students involved in their own health. 





Enjoying a meal outside with 
friends is the best way to 
spend an afternoon. Friend- 
ship at Florida Southern is 
not only a tradition but a 
common and enjoyed 
experience at FSC. 



Departments/Organizations 






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Pour, Pour, Pour it out quickly down the sewer, you 
know better then to have it here, so now we throw it 
away. Florida Southern is not only a dry campus, but in 
1991 it also became a smoke - free campus. 



For this assignment I just want you to draw what you 
see when you look at the Annie Pfeiffer Chapel. Art 
classes are always a great way to express yourself. 






Peers helping peers 
is what college is all 
about. 



Departments/Organizations 




Students are required to take a lew physical education courses while they are at F.S.C. 



Physical 

Education 

The Physical Education Depart- 
ment includes majors in Recreation, 
Sports Management, and Secondary 
Teaching Certification - grades six 
through twelve. The Department at- 
tempts to challenge students to im- 
prove themselves socially, emotion- 
ally, mentally, and physically. This 
challenge is met by requiring involve- 
ment in Intramurals as officials, by 
mentoring in the public schools each 
semester, and by participating in and 
supporting the athletic programs. 



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Mrs. Kathleen Benn 




Dr. Edward F. Jefferies 




P.E. students have to run the lake for their final, but to practice they run around Barnette 
Field. 





Mr. Charley Matlock 



Mrs. Patricia McFadden 



Mr. Hal Smeltzy - Coordi- 
nator, Athletic, P. E., Rec- 
reation Departments 



Mrs. Katherine G. Straw 



Departments/Organizations 



History/ 

Political 

Science 

The History/Political Science 
Department offers two separate ma- 
jors. One in History, the other in Politi- 
cal Science. Many majors in this de- 
partment have gone on to Graduate 
school and Law school. In addition to 
Law, many have had successful ca- 
reers in government service, business, 
and teaching. 




Dr. Barbara Giles 



Alright, now for this Western 
Civ. test. I guess I better know 
who explored where and what 
his name was. Even if you are 
not a History or Political Science 
major there are requirements to 
take a couple of history courses. 




Dr. Francis Hodges 




Departments/Organizations 





Pre- Law Society: Front row: Tricia Krinek.Erin Holli field, Vicki Sheffield, Kelley Gal- 
ica. Second row: Edwin Daniel, Sony Harley, Melissa Padgett, Linda Sandifer, 
Victoria Yarvote, Tracy Murray, Back row: Ray Inman, Jr., Kaia Wahlbrink, John 
Steward, Bill Langston, Matthew Laws, Charlie Delatorre 




Psychology 





Psi Chi: Front row: Christine Bower, Denise Dwyer, Second row: Silviana Hernandez, 
Susiette Dixon, Susan Chambers, Darla Snead, Teresa Beebe, Back row: Kimberly 
Wade, Jill Baltimore, Carey Keith, Geoffrey, Freebern, Christie Spurlock, Molly 
Malloy, Dr. Ivey 



The Psychology Department pro- 
vides a strong background in the major 
approaches to psychological issues with 
courses ranging from clinical psychol- 
ogy to psychology as a social science, as 
well as courses in research methods. 
Along with visits and internships in 
area mental health facilities, this cur- 
riculum prepares students with the nec- 
essary skills and understanding to en- 
ter a diversity of graduate programs 
and pursue careers in psychology. 



Alright, if I were a Freudian 
thinker what stage would I be in. 
FSC students learn the best 
when they can visualize the 
knowledge through practice. 




Dr. Richard Burnette, Jr. 
Division Chairman 





Dr. Bruce Darby 




Dr. Christopher Weaver 



Departments/Organizations 




Religion 

The Religion and Philosophy 
Department offers serious intellectual 
discussions of current issues along 
with a personal concern for students. 
It’s campus visibility is symbolized in 
the annual Willis lectureship and the 
biblical symposium, both of which bring 
scholars of international stature and 
reputation to the campus. 




Dr. Douglas Hallman Dr. R. Frank Johnson 




Dr. Walter Weaver 
Division & Department 
Chairman 




Dr. Waite Willis 




Dr. Johnson helps out with the cooking at one of the many on - campus barbeques. 
The Religion Department offered a lot of extra activities for their students. 




Pre-Ministerial Society: John Moore, Tim May, Chad Greathouse, John Cleveland, 
Chaplain Hallman, Glenn Fagan 




Sigma Ro Epsilon: Front row: Kimberly Stewart, Sue Kulp, Laura Possick, BradTriv- 
ett, Paige Goodman, Back row: Tim May, John Cleveland, Eric Crites, Dr. Smith 



Departments/Organizations 




Common ties help hold the group together. This year everyone waited in breathless 
anticipation because of the Gulf Crisis. 



R. O. T. C. 



Army R.O.T.C. (Reserve Officers 
Training Corps) enhances a student’s 
education by providing unique leader- 
ship and management training, along 
with practical experience. It helps a 
student develop many of the qualities 
basic to success in the army, or in a 
civilian career. Classes are open to all 
FSC students. 




R.O.T.C. brings people together by making them work to solve a common task. 
Friendships in the Reserved Officers Training Corps is something no one can forget. 




R.O.T.C. Officers: Front: Sgt. Wilson, Ms. Bonnie Ponton, Staff Sgt. Woods, Back row: SFC Elson, MSgt. Redd, Maj. 
Vasquez, Maj. Lofton, Capt. Kelly, Capt. Mercado 




Artis T. Loftin, MAJ 




Genero H. Vazquez, MAJ 



Departments/Organizations 



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Sociology & 
Criminology 

The Sociology and Criminology 
Department is involved in a variety of ac- 
tivities on campus and in the community 
including disaster studies, gerontology, 
criminal justice agency practices, home- 
lessness, habitat for humanity and more. 
The Criminolgy Club hosts a speaker’s 
function which features outstanding lead- 
ers in the field of criminology. A moot trial 
is held annually, in which, local lawyers 
and judges present a “real” trial. 




Dr. Patrick Anderson 
Chairman 



Crime Buster. May he rid your 
campus of crime and hoodilism. 





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Dr. Sharon Masters 




Dr. Edwin Plowman 




Criminology Club: Heather Bischoff, Dr. Anderson, Kirsten Herndon, Chuck Nissen 



Departments/Organizations Eft 






Theatre 

The Theatre Department offers a 
Bachelor of Arts in Theatre with either 
a Performance Concentratoin or a Pro- 
duction Concentration. 

Our approach to theatre training 
resembles the type of training a theatre 
student would receive at a conservatory 
setting; however, our programs lead to 
the very marketable B.A. Degree. 

The Vagabonds is the student pro- 
ducing organization for the FSC The- 
atre Department and performs all year 
round. 



Vagabonds: Pete Davis, Mr. 

LeVene, Faye Jones, Donna 
Smathers, Kim Vickers, Christina 
Roberts, Douglas Dixon, Tara 
Wise, Vicki Heywood, Stephanie 
Lang, Brant Menswar, April Gi- 
bson, Theresa Prow, Kimberly 
Thornton, Michael Micucci, Zach 
Kaplan, Gail Vann, Joy Mueller, 

Stacy Sherbon, Peter Jones, Chris 
Bennett, Heidi Bruer, Christina 
Younkers, Heather Williams, 

David Marichal, Susan Meltzer, 

Emily Schorr, Carolyn Norton, Mr. 
p cnz Mr. James G. Cunningham 






Mr. Richard W. LeVene 
Chairman 



And then there was this big, ugly, hairy, long-langed monster named Elliott.... A little Humanities in everybody's Mr. Daniel A. Renz 

life is never a bad thing. 



Departments/Organizations 



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House 

Mothers 

The House Moms at Florida South- 
ern College are an important element of 
campus life to the students. It helps to 
have a 'mom' around to watch you play 
Intramurals or to be there when you 
need some encouragement. 

This year, the dorm moms helped 
the students on campus and also helped 
the U.S. men and women in the Middle 
East by sending care packages of home 
baked goodies and games. 

FSC is proud of their dorm moms.We 
couldn't do it without you. 




Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle power!! Florida Southern housemoms always make the 
year in the dorm a delight. 




That’s right, your room has to be clean at school too!! 
Once a month the dorm rooms were inspected by the 
moms - poor things. 



Departments/Organizations 




HouseMothers: First row: Margaret Brewer, Virgina Anglado Carolyn Cannon, Juanita 
Norman, Second row: Catherine Pearson, Sarah Fletcher, Margaret Mullinax, Muriel 
Oxford, Marcella LaLama, Third row: Marie Price, Evelyn Walker, Jean Hardea, Eulalie 
Myers, Helen Mann, Mazie MacKay, Back row: Pauline Borders, Marion Council. 





Housekeeping Staff 1990 - 1991 




Building & Grounds Staff 1990 - 1991 



Housekeeping 
& Grounds 

Thanks to the very organized group 
ofindividuals who make up the Building 
and Grounds department and the House- 
keeping staff, Florida Southern's cam- 
pus always looks clean and well cared 
for. 

Every morning the Housekeeping 
staff goes through the dorms cleaning 
up. While outside ,the buzz of lawn mow- 
ers , air blowers and sprinklers guide you 
through the early morning hours to class. 

Deep appreciation goes to the de- 
partments that help to maintain the 
beauty that Frank Lloyd Wright imag- 
ined for his Child of the Sim. 




Branscomb Auditorium is one of the main symbols of the Florida Southern campus. Thanks to the many workers here at the college, the inside and 
the outside of Branscomb always look precise and very respectable. 



Departments/Organizations 






Cafeteria & 
College Terrace 



The cafeteria at Florida Southern is 



a well known part of the campus. Stu- 
dents can look forward to the wonderful 
steak and shrimp dinner on Saturday, 
as well as the other tasty delights served 
throughout the week. A favorite for many 
students is Ice Cream Night on Tuesday 
and Thursday nights. 

The College Terrace is the place 
where students can still any craving 
after the 'cafe' hours. From great greasy 
hamburgers and french fries to a bagel 
and cream cheese, the C. T. has it all for 
those late night hunger cravings that 
just can’t be assuaged by a pizza. 



Even though you hate the way you look in that photo, you have to show me your 
I. D. The staff in the Cafeteria always made sure you were able to get a meal 
during the day. 



Everyone enjoys the food that most resembles mom's home cookin’. The cafe is a 
place where friends come together to eat, talk, and smile. 





The Cafeteria Staff 1990 - 1991 The Cafeteria helped sponsor the outdoor picnic during 

the Health Fair. The 'cafe' offered many different 
alternatives to the regular meal plan. 

Departments/Organizations 





Greeks 



Greek life is very popular on the Florida Southern 
College campus. Members of six sororities and 
seven fraternities comprised the 1990-91 FSC 
Greek system. The Greeks participate in 
Intramurals, campus activities, and their 
philanthropies. Through the Greek organizations, 
members make many friends who will remain 
“brothers" and “sisters” for life. The Greek system 
offers a common bond to students, including 
close-knit relationships and fun. So.. .GO 
GREEKS! 



Some of the ADPi’s look a little tired. All their hard work 
paid off in the end when they won the Intramural Football 

Championship. 






ALPHA CHI OMEGA IS. ..The Proud Crowd..."Days" Crew...Chi Guys...Saahweet...Fatty... Fraternity Sweethearts.. .Seniors...Suck It 
Up. ..Candlelights. ..Goobers. ..Breakfast Club. ..Maulage... Cool. ..Pictionary (RP)...The Keys. ..Pin Order. ..Yaww!... Red 
Carnation. ..Pearls. ..Derby Key ’90 - We Got It. .."Oh Baby You". ..Softball Champs. ..Aerobics. ..Get Off A-Chi- 
O...Supersonic...Wenches...Carnation Ball. ..Room Dawg...Family... Pizza. ..Pinky Swears...Shut Up!...Christmas Cozy... Red And 
Green.. .Quota... Angels. ..Scrunchies...Poobah... "It’s Our Time".. .Men? Where?...See Ya...Sweetheart Bob...The Best Sorority In America! 






Alpha Chi Omega was founded in Greencastle, Indiana, at Depauw 
University on October 15, 1885. The Beta Omicron Chapter of Alpha Chi 
Omega was the first national sorority installed on the Florida Southern 
College campus on November 13, 1936. Today, Alpha Chi’s can be found 
in all aspects of college life including honoraries, athletics, and sweethearts 
of fraternities. Each year Alpha Chi raises money for their philanthropies, 
which include Cerebral Palsy, Easter Seals, and Cystic Fibrosis. Alpha 
Chi’s symbol is the lyre, their flower is the red carnation, and their colors 
are scarlet and olive green. Alpha Chi’s strive to be their best as their 
motto states, “ Together Let Us Seek The Heights. ” 

ALPHA CHI OMEGA 





JoLisa Mullinax 
l^o ri Valentik 
Michele Inman 
Tricia Krinek 
Molly Malloy 
Elizabeth Lahman 
Karen Pontuti 
Debbie Patton 
Karin Petrey 
Christi Spurlock 
Kelly McCarthy 
Melinda McConnaughhay 



Paula Huffman 
Barbara Morgan 
Jennifer Barton 
Holly Parsons 
Anna Bolet 
Debbie Franzke 
Laura Speier 
Renee Campisi 
Suzanne Wills 
Staci Haralson 
Sara Rust 
Amy Fisher 



Cindy Hoskinson 
Kim Olsen 
Melissa Haralson 
Michelle Jackson 
Jessica Perry 
Misty Smith 
Alyson Montgomery 
Heather Weimer 
Rhonda Evans 
Paula Stutzman 
Tracy Fortenberry 
Susanne Fontana 



Jennifer Pizzo 

not pictured: 

Kim Muse 
Nancy Taylor 
Laura Murdock 
Lori Feingold 
Karen Fife 
Chris Martin 
Chris Pacrero 
Susie Stringfellow 
Becky Holland 




ALPHA DELTA PI IS...Lions...Violets...Pledges...Black Diamond— Pearls— Sisterhood— Alphie— Pi Love...We Live For Each Other.. .Pata 
Pacas...True And Forever Friendships...The First And Finest...Eta Beta Rules. ..Miss Southern For Last Four Years. ..Sweetheart 
Barret-Chapter Sweethearts Of Four Frats—Diamond Ball. ..Big Brothers... Diamond Four Point.. .First Secret Society. ..Four FSC 
Cheerleaders. ..Unity. ..Love. ..The Blue And White. ..Proper And Prim. ..Blue Shoes. ..Trend Setters. ..Tri Kappa. ..Margaritaville at the 
Koner— Pooh—Flim Flam—Stoopin'—Line Dance-Love Will Be Our Home! 




Alpha Delta Pi is the oldest sorority in the college fraternal system with 
its founding date of May 15, 1851, at Wesleyan Female College. The 
Gamma Gamma Chapter of Alpha Delta Pi at Florida Southern College 
was founded on April 27 , 1946. The colors of the sorority are azure blue 
and white. The sorority’s symbol is the lion and its flower is the violet. 
Alpha Delta Pi’s motto is, “We Live For Each Other.” 

ALPHA DELTA PI 





Lynn Berry 
Robin Andrews 
Stephanie Brown 
Robin Clark 
Teresa Defazio 
Gerri Dority 
Denise Dwyer 
Amy Dziamba 
Becky Eatman 
Marsha Facey 
Jen Fassman 
Jeanne Gilman 
Deana Hartman 



Kristina Hilson 
Carol Hower 
Beth Hunt 
Liz J ago 
Nancy Kalna 
Denise Lorance 
Cheryln Lubertazza 
Lee Ann Manley 
Julie Maynard 
Amy Mutzabaugh 
Karen Connonico 
Alex Raney 
Suzi Rasco 



Sunny Robinson 
Sheila Scott 
Jenny Smith 
Jen Stoval 
Amy Stroyan 
JoEllen Swann 
Emily Taylor 
Mandy Thomas 
Kathy Terry 
Cindy Van Ekeren 
Beth Walsh 
Pam Wendt 
Melissa Whatley 



Mindy Wnuk 
Audra Boxman 
Christy Bratten 
Susan Bader 
Caroline Dillion 
Debbie Wienken 
not pictured: 

Alii Arnold 
Tanya Clark 
Kimberly Dickinson 
Julie Martell 
Melissa Mercado 
Sunny Turner 



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ALPHA OMICRON PI IS.. .Individuals United Under One Common Bond. .. Seniors. ..Boozie—Zerilli... Cam. ..Deb. ..Wind 
Master... Trace. ..Ellington... Mar... Moe. ..Maria... Stuve...Cin.. .Byrd. ..Whoopie...I Never.. .You Know We Own It. ..On Bended 
Knee...Pandas...Pledges...Rose Week... Sisters By Chance, Friends By Choice-Sheaf Talks. ..Sweethearts. ..Roses And Thoms...Key of 
Fun-Mom Armstrong— Loving Cup— Big Sis-Lil’ Sis. ..Drag It— Room Parties— Phone Tag— Rose Ball— Black And White— Sister 
Social— Simpsons— Pretty Woman— Mo Fo— Hairball— Candlelights.. .Road Trips— Tramping— Senior Kidnapping— Friendship! 



Alpha Omicroti Pi was founded at Barnard College on January 2, 1897. 
The Kappa Gamma Chapter was installed at Florida Southern in 1946. 
Their mascot is the Panda Bear, their flower is the Jacquemenot Rose, 
and their color is cardinal red. AOPi works each year to raise money for 
the Arthritis Research Foundation, their national philanthropy. The 
Kappa Gamma Chapter of AOPi recently won regional awards for 
donating to their philanthropy, for their financial records, and for their 
southern hospitality . Their motto is “Individuals United Under One 
Common Bond. ” 

ALPHA OMICRON PI 





Jennifer Aaron 
Connie Arline 
Christy Bolinger 
Tracey Brown 
Christina Collins 
Julia Cunningham 
Tracy Chaires 
Marea DeLeo 
Jodi Dicarlo 
April Edwards 
Judy Frierman 



Debbie Flagg 
Jalonne Gernazian 
Camille Jones 
M.J. Keener 
Michelle Mertes 
Jennifer Maiolo 
Kelly Mulcay 
Patty McCool 
Tracy Murray 
Carla Mobley 
Truitt Mach 



Amy Phipps 
Cindy Parsons 
Amy Pambello 
Rachelle Reynolds 
Amy Rattman 
Shawn Sandberg 
Vici Sheffield 
Monica Serentill 
Marlaina Shirghio 
Robyn Van Etten 
Staci Winslow 



Julie Wenstendorf 
Victoria Yarvote 
Stacey Zerilli 
not pictured: 
Nancy Borzomato 
Windy Earl 
Marla Evans 
Eula Hansel 
Tracy Pryor 
Jennifer Stuve 
Virginia Salazar 




Greeks 



KAPPA ALPHA IS. .. Wally. ..Lipschitz... Mazda. ..Ranger. ..Bob Vila. ..Squirrel. ..Road Kill. ..Gherkin... Red 

Pulp...Kenbo...Musberger... Boomer. ..Gremlinmania...Shookman...Mean Joe...Shunshine...Thoat— Ruby’s— Zimm .’s— The Z— Dou le 

Bull. ..I’ll Stay In The Car. ..Great Kabuki... Three Man...Peewilly...The Four J’s... Little Sisters. ..Prince \ aliant...E.Q. 
Magoo...Wardo...Chigger...Scootchie. ..Oaf... Weekend. ..KAribbean Soul. ..Snookums... Cover The Spread.. .Case 

Study— Corah ead— Dago— Lighter Fluid-Please, Try To Pay Attention-Watch My Ears-Neon Leon - Homey. Don t PlayDat. 




Kappa Alpha Order was founded at Washington and Lee University in 
1865. The Gamma Pi Chapter was installed at Florida Southern 
College in 1958. Their colors are crimson and old gold and their motto 
is “Dieu Et Les Dames.” It stands for honoring God and women, hence 
their nickname of the “Southern Gentlemen. Kappa Alpha s national 
philanthropy is the Muscular Dystrophy Association and the K.A. s 
have held the highest G.P.A. for eight consecutive semesters. 

KAPPA ALPHA 





Matt Smith 
Ken Bailey 
Chris Clark 
Mike Starr 
Jeff Brook 



Tucky Davis 
Vince Liptak 
Rich Marino 
John-Michael Insetta 
Eric Germart 



Ken Romberger 
Jim Ransom 
Russ Schuchman 
Dave Sheridan 
Rhys Benton 



Joe Delvecchio 

not pictured: 
Ken James 
Scott Coumoyor 



Greeks 



KAPPA DELTA IS. ..Emeralds. ..Diamonds. ..Pearls. ..Katydids. ..Teddy Bears. ..Nautilus Shells. ..Sweethearts: Dave, Lou, Bill and 
Chris...Serenades... "Violent Love”...The White Rose...Sisterhood...Formal...Mom’s Weekend...Dad's Day...Garter Days. ..White Rose 
Week-All Sports. -Knowledge Bowl...Presidents...Involvement...Always Dream. -Pi Delts—Candlelights—Finally Fridays.. .Thursday 
Nights. -Parties—RetreatS—All-nights—Wag’s... Green And White! 



The Kappa Delta ladies can be seen quite frequently across campus in 
their sorority colors green and white. Their flower is the white rose and 
their jewels are emeralds, diamonds, and pearls. Their mascots are the 
katydid, nautilus shell, and teddy bear. Kappa Delta’s philanthropies 
include the prevention of child abuse, the Children’s Home in Richmond, 
Virginia, and the Baptist Children’s Home in Lakeland. The Kappa 
Delta sorority was founded in Farmsville, Virginia, in 1897 and came 
to FSC in 1955. 

KAPPA DELTA 





Jamelle Wooldridge 
Mindy LaCroix 
Mindy Easter 
Kayce Cook 
Raeanne Cade 
Stacey Page 
Susan Miller 
Jen Spence 
Brenda Gerg 
Julie Watson 
Kim Maier 
Coco Peterson 
Lori Yancey 
Sherri Smith 



Kristie Brown 
Kirsten Herndon 
Yun Lew 
Dolly Roess 
Joy Milner 
Sheryl Stratton 
Areti Clark 
Renee Campbell 
Tracy Hardie 
Christine Heintzelman 
Barbie Polk 
Shelly Cesari 
Cathy Chalfant 
Susan Schild 



Rachel Downey 
Amy Trogan 
Michelle Perez 
Kristi Smith 
Stacy Wilson 
Tanya Mayhall 
Gail Trochelman 
Cathy Pike 
Tresa Turvin 
Denise Ashdown 
Katie Dowdy 
Lisa Intagliata 
Heather Bischoff 
Linda Jo Hessinger 



Paige Farmer 
Jaimie Bauckman 
Renee Cook 
Stephanie Harrison 

not pictured: 

Sue Bassett 
Heather Benedict 
Sandy Mollis 
Stephanie Viehman 
Heather Williams 
Patty Williamson 





Greeks 



LAMBDA CHI ALPHA IS...Brotherhood..Cross And Crescent.. .Magic Carpet Ride. ..Sweetheart Heather...Best Little Sisters...Associate 
Membership ...Grand High Alpha ...Scholarship Award ...Campus Involvement Award ...All-sports 89-90 ...Guy’s Mom... 
Darkside...Boxfest„. Spurs and C.C.'s...Late Nite Pillow Committee ... Dr.Clean ...Player! ...Bart ...Coops ...Beerman ...Duckman ...Gardo 
...See Ya Gramps... 60 Ways”...G.F....ril Throw You Outta Here!...”D”...Coach Winger...Sweet Lou...Twig... Water Wars...You’re D-E-A-D' 
...Oval Office. ..Fraternity of Honest Friendship! 




Lambda Chi Alpha was founded at Boston College on November 2, 1909. 
The Epsilon Xi Chapter was installed at Florida Southern in April of 
1938. Each year the fraternity hosts the Miss Greek Pageant to raise 
money for their national philanthropy, the American Cancer Society. 
This chapter is ranked in the top five percent of all Lambda Ch i chapters 
throughout the world. Their open motto, “Every Man a Man,” holds them 
to the highest standards of brotherly love. 

LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 





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Dave Ammerman 


Scott Goodger 


Noel Slater 


Mike Gelardi 


Mike Bartos 


Matt Harper 


Kevin Thu man 


Todd Gongwer 


Dave Blewett 


Allen Hood 


Bryce Tidwell 


Eric Groth 


David Campbell 


Mike Hudson 


Gregg Tollini 


John Henninges 


Darren Carlton 


Vinny Iosue 


David Toups 


Shannon Jarrett 


Chris Chafield 


Mike Kircher 


Ron Urban 


Tim Ling 


Jeff Chretien 


Keith Kleinmann 


Steve Urbanski 


David Marichal 


Tom Cooksey 


Bill Langston 


Javier Viera 


Paul Nevins 


Tim Cooper 


Tim May 


Dave Wingfield 


Parish Parker 


Keith Copelahd 


Mike Moyer 


Tom Zorn 


TripParker 


Eric Crites 


Chris Murray 




Wade Shetler 


Pete Davis 


Steve Parker 


not pictured: 


John Steven 


Jerry Eisen 


Guy Petrone 


Gunner Aker 


Brad Trivett 


Drew Forness 


Grady Query 


Phil Brooks 


Louis Viera 


Brett Freese 


Udani Rahamn 


Eric DePetris 


Dave Whittemore 


David Gardner 


Barrett Schiwitz 


Chad Dunbar 


Tracy Wilson 



Greeks 



PI KAPPA ALPHA IS...Jamaica...Awesome...Sports...Baby Al...Shack Man...Bocephus...Buck...RJPooh...Dream...Hey Pete...SMAB...How 
Ya Doin’. ..How Ya Been?. ..Wake ’Em Up. ..Please Try To Pay Attention...Firetruck...Hi Laar...Stegs, How’s Your Hair?.. .Dream Girl 
Robin-Ladies Of The Shield And Diamond-What’s The Story On That?...ExceUenee...True Brotherhood-Shower Tower-King 
Cobra.. .Tradition of Excellence— Canes. ..Ingress...Ma Fletcher. ..Bounce-A-Thon— See Ya Round, Bye! 



Pi Kappa Alpha at Florida Southern College stands for brotherhood 
above all. Since its establish ment in 1886, Pi Kappa Alpha has expanded 
to offer high ideals to college men at over 200 colleges and universities 
nationwide. The Pikes bring enthusiasm to all that they do, including a 
televised fund-raising event that secured for them The Order of Omega 
Award for outstanding philanthropy efforts. 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 




Robert Winfree 
Brady Starling 
Brent Hering 
Fred Goduti 
Lawrence Masterson 



Eric Williams 
A] Garcia 
Dean Stoyer 
R.J. Fuhr 
Andy Macey 



John Bonderman 
Greg Jolly 
Steve Roberts 
Jeff Bobbitt 
Pete Williston 



Tom Buckley 
Robert Odiorne 
Brian Boushie 
Mark Meitzke 
John Halgnm 






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PI KAPPA PHI IS...The Only Fraternity On Campus.. .Kissimmee Skinny...Reggie...Grover...Greek Week Champs Four Times In A 
Row...Sonny And Chair. ..The Return Of Dumas. ..Bull In Saudi. ..Hehehh, I Got You Chair. ..Not Only Dat...Fairly Niee...FairwellTo Whale 
Head...Shoulda Said No...See Ya Later, Bye! 




The Beta Beta Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi was established at Florida 
Southern College in 1948, with the national chapter being founded on 
December 10, 1904. The colors of Pi Kappa Phi are gold, blue and white. 

PI KAPPA PHI 




Jeff White 
Jeff Lee 
Jeff Howard 
Matt Morgan 
Mark Thompson 



Zack Bonczek 
Scott Austin 
Brad Patton 
Mark Campbell 
Ross Cable 
Santiago Escobar 



Chris Meredith 
Howard Brogden 
Travis Council 
not pictured: 
Justin Wallace 
Matt Muenich 



Rob Coats 
Dave Hodges 
Chuck Pons 
Keith Baber 
Roger Labrie 



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PHI MU IS...Unity...Sisterhood...Love, Honor, Truth And Sarcasm. ..TCBY... Phi's... Pink Bar...C-Ya...Yo...So...I Have A Shoe For You...I 
Wanna Share With You. ..If You’re Sappy, Find A Tree. ..Long Johns...Toga...Phi Mu Phantom... Fun Carnival. ..Apple, Lemon, Orange, 
Mango, Kiwi...Soures Fidelis. ..Errr... Gong.. .Alumns... Chicken Head. ..Lions...Carnations...Balloons... Laughter.. .Castles...Sing...That Is 
So Mature. ..Cradle Robbing.. .Bow Wow...Hoes And Our Common.. ,GT...Big And Lil’ Sis.. .Road Trips. ..Ranch Parties. ..Please Don't Let 
This Feeling End. ..Blow Pops... Protesting.. .Mana C...Men...Huh?...Straight Up?! 



Phi Mu is the fifth largest national sorority and was founded at 
Wesleyan College in 1853. The Alpha Tau Chapter of Phi Mu at Florida 
Southern was founded in 1954. Their flower is the rose carnation and 
their colors are rose and white. Phi Mu's symbol is the lion, their jewel 
is the pearl and their motto is “The Faithful Sisters.” 



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Christine Bower 
Cindi Reeves 
Kari Kynard 
Shelli Shutts 



Nancy Johnson 
Christina Barnes 
Connie Stephan 
Janet Williams 



Cathy Drake 
Mary Beth Obenour 
Bryna Blosch 
Catherine Barnes 



Linda Sandifer 
Elaine Edwards 
Cindy Gilmore 
April Precourt 




Greeks 



SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON IS. ..Gamma Gang. ..Nasty C...It’s About Time, Len...Sons Of Minerva. ..Hot Box. ..Banquet. ..Canoe '90 - Peace 
River-Engagement Rings Galore-Going To The Chapel— Lion Watch— You Gotta Problem With Me?— I Had That, I Had That— No One 
Is Slack— Extreme Unity— Roid— Barrrrrb!— Ed Putt— Beast Master— Phi Alpha— River Pirates— Camel Toe... Hot Littles— Leo... Brock's 
Motel 6— Getta Route— Where’s Hawk?. ..Road Trip— KALTs... Pre-Game... Watch T.V. Much?. ..Dead And Buried— Gotta Lenny?— Rugby 
Queen.. .Wake Up— Mission Impossible— I’ve Fallen And I Can’t Get Up. ..The Phoenix. ..Time For Days— I've Got An Uncle— How Many 
Uncles Do You Have? 




Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded on March 9. 1856, at the University 
ofAlabamaat Tuscaloosa. The Florida Gamma Chapter was founded on 
November 12, 1949. The lion represents the chapter’s dedication to 
vitality as well as the virtue of being a true gentleman and embracing 
eternal friendship. 



SIGMA ALPHA 
EPSILON 






Philip Martina 
Bill Manzene 
Todd Percy 



Jeff Rhea 
Daniel Nelson 
David Brockley 



Michael Machado 
Kevin Wall 
Thomas Norton 



Keith Berend 
Thomas Birch 



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SIGMA CHI IS...White Cross. .Peterson-Party!. ..I.Week... Lots Of Cold Champs. ..Odie...Chuckles... Tack.. .Weekends. ..Rabbit 
Club...Melinda-Chapter Sweetheart. ..Skin Wig. ..Zor... Yams. ..Ritual. ..Little Sisters. ..What A Salad!. ..Druska Fore And 
After...Rhodesy...Yonkers...Retreats...Alumni...Mysterious White Buffalo. ..Blam... Mom Noetzel...Suhey...Nails...Bid Day...Sig 
Gym...Norman Shield. ..Beat It!...Flipper...Floyd...Opie...Chapter...Big Brothers...Nice Shoot!... The Huskee...Benski...B.K.... Douglas, 
Don’t Get So Excited!...Intramurals... Workshop.. .We Don’t Need No Theme...Seeds...Air Shettle...Spike... Lifetime Committment! 



The Sigma Chi fraternity was founded in 1855 at Miami University, 
Oxford, Ohio. For over thirty years, the spirit of Sigma Chi has shined 
at Florida Southern College with the Epsilon Sigma Chapter. With over 
40 active brothers. Sigma Chi continues to maintain the high ideals of 
friendship, justice and learning. They are very competitive in intramural 
sports and other Greek competitions. Every year Sigma Chi involves the 
sororities on campus in Derby Days, its biggest annual fund-raiser. 
Proceeds go to the Wheelhouse and the Cleo Wallace Center. Sigma Chi 
is more than just a fraternity. It is an opportunity and a way of life. 

SIGMA CHI 





Craig Roberts 
Brett Bowman 
William James 
Bill Brown 
Darrel Denson 
Nick Arnold 
Kevin Joiner 
Christian Novay 
Brett Thompson 
Brian O’Driscoll 



Scott Jakubowski 
Robert Fontana 
Steve Owen 
Brian Layton 
Aaron Bonham 
David Noetzel 
Matt Stevens 
Russell Bowen 
Roger Whiteman 
Michael Standifer 



John Doherty 
John VonDruska 
Michael Jeffries 
T.J. Leahy 
Scott Anderson 
Ryan Phillips 
Scott Tackett 
Brian Kennedy 
Steve Douglas 
Bill Rhodes 



Scott Windsor 
Timothy Siedem 
Todd Shettle 
Daniel Moenning 
Dave Jenkins 
Rick Rickart 
Rhue Mulhollen 
Wade Patterson 
Allen Kreuscher 
Scott Ferguson 





Greeks 




THETA CHI IS ...Tight ...Willy ...Chucky ...Murph ...Robey ...Rallies ...Late Night Battles ...Stud Club ...Rip Club ...Rasti Club .. .X-ManClub 
...A-leaguers ...B-leaguers ...Home Games ...Away Games ...Chilly Willy's ...Place ...Solid ...Unity And Respect ...Everything ...Pledgeship 
...Brotherhood! 




Theta Chi fraternity was founded in 1856 at Norwich University in 
Norwich, Vermont. The Gamma Delta Chapter was introduced to the 
Florida Southern College campus in 1946 and since then has proven to 
be a builder of character and inspirer of true friendship. A brother of 
Theta Chi is not just a member of a fraternity , he is also a part of a family. 
Look for Theta Chi. 

THETA CHI 






Charles Holmes 
Chris Patrick 
Andrew Stahnke 
David Stack 
James Wisniewski 



Don DeLinks 
Mark Fontaine 
Joseph Fuer 
Robert Kops 
Bryce Rucks 



Ken Hodsdon 
William Reilly 
Joseph Furnari 
Doug Hale 
Judd Patterson 



Sean Murray 
John Turek 
not pictured: 
Robert MacKay 
Steve Murphy 



Greeks 




ZETA TAU ALPHA IS...Crown Chapter Two Years In A Row!. ..Sweetheart John...Six J.A.’s— Awesome Pledges— Ice— Bruise— Snooper— 
Mouth. ..Jeeves...Duh...Crash... Disco Duck...Bemie...Bubba... Spike... Ptiff— Dev— Prez—Dino... Mouth... Anti- pleasure... Single Senior 
Society-Only The Good Die Young.. .Peace...Love... Prosperity.. .Pin Number.. .In Living Color—KALTs—The Z...Zims... Homer Bean— Co- 
Jo-Em...Mom Smith-Weekend. ..Busted In The Tent. ..Today and Forever.. .Monkey Lights— Shari— KROP...WEU— SNAP— Have You Seen 
Her?— On The Road Again!— Semiformal!— An Exciting Blend Of Contrast! 



Zeta Tau Alpha sorority was founded on October 15, 1898. at Longwood 
College in Farmville, Virginia. The Delta Beta Chapter was founded at 
Florida Southern in 1957 and is the 99th link in a chain of 216 
international ZTA chapters. Their colors are turquoise blue and steel 
gray and their flower is the white violet. Zeta's national philanthropy is 
the Association of Retarded Citizens. The FSC Zetas received the highest 
award given to a Zeta chapter, the Crown Chapter Award, two years in 
a row. Zeta Tau Alpha stresses unity with individuality. Their open 
motto is, “Seek The Noblest. ” 

ZETA TAU ALPHA 




G03X) 




Gayle E'nama 
Robin Jack 
Dina Wyss 
DeAnna Calloway 
Tracy Crawford 
Judi LaVoie 
Shannon Daugherty 
Delinda Higinbotham 
Amy Williams 
Devetta Troutman 
Bub Miraglia 
Amy Ganger 
Tiffany Strauch 



Tami Smith 
Jennifer Cross 
Jennifer Simpson 
Jennifer Kleman 
Ang Slepica 
Paige Goodman 
Wendy Ritchie 
Maria Fallon 
Marcy Bullard 
Maris Norris 
Hannah Smith 
Barb Burnham 
Andi Jennings 



K.C. Canada 
Emily Rohm 
Maria Colon 
Jill Easton 
Phyliss Gross 
Shauna Young 
Amy Day 
Emily Schorr 
Jennifer McAlwee 
Tammy Gordon 
Nancy Hoskinson 
Christy Thayer 
Bernadette Loesche 



Lori Nicholason 
Tracy Goelz 
Jackie Brendal 
not pictured: 

Mickie Montgomery 
Carey Bass 
Kirstin Deets 
Adair Hewitt 
Vicki Saltsman 
Leigh Ann Justice 
Becky Thysson 
Libbie Collier 
Jill Dittus 




Greeks 




The language of love in the ADPI house! Melissa Mercado 
places a BIG kiss on the cheek of her sweetheart, Robert 
Mackenzie. 





Say cheese! Kappa Alpha little sisters get together for a picture. 




Being in a sorority takes a lot of 
energy, so Cheryln Lubertazza 
takes a quick break by the pool. 



Greeks 






Two scoops, please! Greeks enjoy the freshman ice-cream social. 



Greeks 







Sports 



The winning athletic tradition here at 
Florida Southern has been carried on year 
after year. Many students come from near 
and far to experience the feeling of partici- 
pating in and supporting our athletic teams. 
They work hard and play hard. 




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Moc Basketball took on a new look this season with a new 
leader at the reins. Coach Gordon Gibbons came onto the scene 
early in the 1990 - '91 school year with hopes and aspirations of 
showing the state that once again the Florida Southern Moc 
Basketball team was a force to be reckoned with. 



MEN'S 

BASKETBALL 




Back Row: Head Coach Gordon Gibbons, Tony Newberg, Derek Flowers, Jason Shinn, Bill 
Drost, Chris Lee, Calvetii Pate, Mark Lindsay, Asst. Coach Joe Niland, Undergraduate 
Asst. Shaun Fitzmorris, Front Row: Trainer David Kent, Chris Conley, Chet Galloway, 
Sherman Johnson, Larry Murphy, Michael Adams, Jorge Nunez, Bill Connors 






Sports 






The Lady Mocs had a great advantage this season with 
many returning starters. New arrivals on the team were met 
with great enthusiasm and the team grew to be a whole family 
working for the goal of shooting hoops. Over the holiday break 
the road belonged to the ladies. Traveling up and down the 
state and as far as South Carolina to show off the Moc spirit. 

WOMEN'S 

BASKETBALL 





Sports 





“Another One In Ninety-one!” was the motto for Moc’s 
Baseball. Led once again by head coach Chuck Anderson, 
the team came together to play hard ball and let every team 
know that baseball at Florida Southern is a serious and win- 
ning business. “If the Lord is willing, and the creek does not 
rise, we should finish in the top elite of the country,” said 
Coach Chuck Anderson in January. 




BASEBALL 








Back Row: Jay Bengert, Steve Gressel, Ken Chapman, Jon DeClue, Chris DeClue, Scott 
Coletti, Russ Hedgecock, Bill Sirois, Rich Townsend, Middle Row: Tod Frick, Greg Scheer, 
Todd Hudson, Scott Zaldivar, Todd Anthony, Chris Phillips, Mike Pogue, Bob MacKay, Rick 
Castellani, Christian Quinn, Chad Frick, Front Row: Tim Oliver, Tim Christman, Carlos 
Reyes, Todd Taylor, Jason Neel, Steve Marchitto, Jeff Marchitto, Mark Sobolewski, Rick 
Mariucci, Tom Hilbert, Tim Leto 




Sports 








Even though the season starts in the spring our Lady Mocs 
were out on the field in September making sure that everyone 
was ready for the tough season in ’91. With talent pulled in from 
all over the country and led by Coach Chris Belotto, who was 
named South Region Coach of the Year 1989-’90, the team was 
determined to make a name for themselves. 



SOFTBALL 





Front Row : Ginger Dudley, Dee Vicera, Karen Conway, Tangie Burn, Middle Row : Andrea 
Fellner, Wanda Graham, Cindy Johansen, Candy Carrico, Mickie Montgomery, Stacey Wood, 
Back Row: Asst. Coach A1 Bellotto, Kellie Robinson, Chrissy Teresi, Head Coach Chris 
Bellotto, Peggy Cochrane, Karen Kull, Asst. Coach Dale St. John 





The Florida Southern Volleyball team ended their sea- 
son with a final record of 41 - 3 - the best in the fifteen year 
history of the program. The Lady Mocs captured the Sun- 
shine State Conference championship as well as the NCAA 
Division II south regional Championship finishing fifth in 
the country. Three ladies on the team were selected as All- 
Americans: Missy Crain, Vicki Saltsman, and Becky Thyhsen. 



VOLLEYBALL 





Back Row: Trainer Elizabeth Ide, Tim Cooper, Becky Thysen, Vicki Saltsman, Amy Thoem- 
mg, Cheryl McQuown, Sharon Schroer, Asst. Coach Susan Freeman, Head Coach Lois Webb, 
Front Row: Tina Hall, Marla Evens, Missey Crain, Christina Paciero, Leigh Ann Justice, Kari 
Kiepe, Shannon Brown 




Sports 






The Moc’s Soccer players ran up and down field after field, 
this year, playing hard and keeping their chins held high. With 
a lot of fan support behind them the men came through a tough 
season of ups and downs and knew that next year the fans 
would still be out there cheering for the men in cleets wearing 
red and white. 



SOCCER 




Back Row: Chris Nolen, Rick Fredrickson, Tyler Hall, William Dishman, Darryl Denson, 
Mike Bauder, Matt Sennet. Middle Row: Asst. Coach Kris Pahl, David Davis, Phil Marks, 
Ed Cain, Chris Neri, Jim Wiggins, Head Coach Sam Snow, Front Row: Phil Bethea, George 
Gansner, Barrett Schiwitz, Jay Sumner, Roman Juarez, Frank Bresk 



Sports 







The Moc’s Cross Country team finished third this season in 
the conference and fourth over all in the region. “Hard work and 
determination pays off with an extremely successful season,” said 
Coach CPT.Tom Kelley. 

CROSS COUNTRY 




Back Row: Coach Capt. Tom Kelley, Vince Liptak, Chris Cummo, Danny Sutton, Coach Mike 
Way, Front Row: Clint Haldane, Ken Bailey, Brian DeAngelis, Jeff Campbell 




Back Row: Kim Stewart, Barbara Springer, Jennifer Barnholth, Tammy Stratton, Jo Ellen 
Swan, Lim Yee Hoon, Front Row: Dianna Campbell, Deborah Flagg, Julie Espers, Carolyn 
Albertsma 




Sports 









The Golf team stroked their way through the conference 
giving nothing but their all. With some new faces added to the 
team the goal was to retain the championship for another year. 
“It is always nice to be the defending champion until May of 
1991. It is our hope that for the third time we can succeed our 
championship,” said Coach Charley Matlock in January. 



GOLF 



!' 






Back Row: Coach Charley Matlock, Ari Gammill, Scott Austin, Richard Cole, Doug Dunlevy, 
Louis Desbiens, Brent Patriquin, Greg Hardwick, Joe DeVico, Corey Doel, Front Row: Tim 
Ling, Mike Cloer, Rodney Butcher, Gary Cona, Pat Brown 



Sports 







Throughout the fall the Lady Mocs practiced to perfect 
the strokes and backhands of winning. Led by Coach Ed 
Jefferies the ladies aimed high for personal and team goals. 
With a few new faces on the court the ladies came together 
to prove that Moc Tennis is nothing to shake a racket at. 



TENNIS 





Ijori Feirgold, Hazel Thomiley, Jennifer Race, Caroline Albertsma, Laura Newmark, Coach 
Ed Jefferies, Padget Coile, Karina Henrici, Dana Suttile, Mara Sullivan, Sophia Henk 





Sports EH 





Florida Southern is perfectly located on Lake Hollingsworth 
because at anytime of the day you can look out and see the F.S.C. 
ski team. The team worked out to strut their stuff in tourna- 
ments throughout the state. With many returning skiers and a 
few more added to make up a variety, the Mocs took over the 
waterways and left many a team in their wake. 



SKI TEAM 





Back Row: Dan Nelson, Ron Stolz, Brian Walsh, Kevin Hart, John Altergott, Bill Blomeley, 
Ken Fanuett, Scott Fesler, Marc Bedsole, Coach Mark Ritchert, Front Row: Andrew Turner, 
Joanie Streit. Jennifer Sachs, Liz Peoples, Amy Cromack, Amy Bassing, Noel Slater. 



Sports 





CHEERLEADING 

AND DANCE 
TEAM 





CHEERLEADERS-Back Row: Sunny Turner, Cathy Pike, Amy Knuckles, Nancy Kalna, 
Dawn Rhoades, Tanya Pollnow, Stephanie Brown, Front Row: Robin Clark, Elisa Hamm, 
Michelle Luckie, Karen Brown 



SOUTHERN GIRIjS-Back Row: Manager Shadia Dovale, Danielle Phypers, Christine 
Andrus, Stacy Summers, Tresa Turvin, Terry Oakley, Tricia Banks, Janel McTarnaghan, 
Tawyna Ensminger, Cindy VanErken, Carole Hower, Front Row: Shellie Garr, Pamela 
Chadwell, First Lieutenant Michelle Morton, Co-Captain Vici Sheffield, Captain Kristine 
Focht, Business Lieutenant Carey Jefferies, Traci Steeper, Dixie Choate 




Sports 




Student Life 



The Perfect Combination 

Florida Southern College is surrounded 
by tradition, and Student Life is no exception. 

A student’s life does not begin or end at 
school. It includes all of the time the student 
spends on himself or with his friends. No 
matter the activity, the goal of every student 
is to have fun, and there is no better time than 
during your college years. 

During the weekend, the surrounding 
areas become a Moc’s playground. Whether it 
be going to the beach or dancing the night 
away, students give new meaning to the word 
busy. “My weekends are always busy. Tradi- 
tionally, I go out with the girls to have fun and 
party. But, dates are thrown in there some- 
where,” said Junior Amy Day. 

Time management is not a problem. 





Greek Week, the Coronation Ball, base- 
ball games, Kau’s, and Friday nights at XYZ 
are other Moc traditions. Both Independents 
and Greeks alike spend time at these various 
functions. They come together at these events, 
making the perfect combination of Student 
Life. 




Student Life 




The Student Government Associa- Q A 
tion (SGA) coordinates the various 
subsidiaries of student government to allow for a 
cooperative working relationship among the col- 
lege administration, the faculty, and the student 
body. SGA attempts to bring valid student sug- 
gestions to the attention of the college admini- 
stration. This year, SGA, in association with the 
college, worked to have the Student Center open 
for late night study sessions. 



Because of SGA, the Student Center is now open till 1:00 a.m. 



SGA Officers: Louis Viera, Vicki Wiggins, Julie Watson, Sheri Smith. 







Row One: Dave Toups, Annie Avery, Craig Stanley, Steve Urbanski, Cathy Chalfant, Melissa Shank. Row Two: 
Vicki Wiggins, John Cleveland, Brad Scott, Mike Hudson, Louis Viera, Sheri Smith, Julie Watson, Julia 
Westendorf, Heather Benedict. Row Three: Emily Heath, Drew Forness, Bill Langston, Chris Bennett, Dave 
Gardner, Dana Egolf. 

Reach out and touch someone with the SGA phonebook. 



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rjT TT> The Student Union Board (SUB) strives to establish a myriad of opportunities for 
& U H Florida Southern College Students to meet, interact, and take a break from the rigors 
of college life. SUB plans the O-Week and Greek Week dances, as well as occasional other dances 
during the course of each school year. SUB also sponsors a trip to a major theme park each year. 
Furthermore, there is usually a beach trip and a camping and/or canoeing trip planned for each 
semester. 



Row One: Shae Harrell, Dawn Mura. Kelly Emery, Jackie Withers, Nancy Haas, Jen Kleman, Kristen Burbank, 
Dave Ammerman, Christina Ch'ng, Lisa Kazsa, Row Two: Kelly Chaplin, Stephanie Viehman. Kerry Krich- 
baum.Jim Evans, Matt Stevens, Maria Celebre, Julie Kent, Row three: Jen Simpson, Tracy Crawford, Kari 
Rathburn, Sally Reed, Kathy Ferrara, Pamela Ploof. 



SUB Officers: Kristen Burbank, Matt Stevens, Jen Kleman, Maria 
Celebre, Nancy Haas. 



SUB represents the entire student body on issues pertaining to all 
aspects of college life. 



Student Life 



Mmm, Mmm, good! SUB's study 
breaks provide students with a 
chance to eat, relax, and talk with 
friends. 




The Association of Women Stu- A AH7CJ 
dents (AWS) strives for cheerful-x^Ll^ 
ness, prosperity, well-being, and the progress of 
community involvement at Florida Southern 
College. Their goal is to maintain a system of 
government to make every aspect of life in 
college more productive. Their activities in- 
clude: a fashion show, a House Mothers’ Tea, 
and a sleepover. AWS was also in charge of 
updating the student handbook. 

I knew I should have studied last night. 
Row One: Karen Pontutti, Missy Ayers, Michelle Gesche. Row Two: Beth 
Daniel, Marisol Lugo, Vicki Sparkman, Kari Whalbirk. Row Three: 
Jennifer Simpson, Dawna Pyatt, Kellie Chaplin, Nicole Bennett, Mindy 
Wnuk, Dixie Choate, Amy Rattman, Sophie Henk. 








life. 

Adjusting to a new set of norms, getting involved in campus activities, and taking on more respon- 
sibilities are just a few of the things JA’s and RA’s do to help their “charges.” As JA Shannon 
Daughtery pointed out, “We’re here for the freshmen, [to be] a mom, a friend, and a sister. But mostly, 
we’re here to be their friend.” 






Joseph Reynolds is one of the many freshman dorms. 



Row One: Missy Ayers, Heather Benedict. Row Two: Shannon 
Daugherty, Delinda Higenbotham, Tracy Hardie, Joy Milner, Karen 
Pontuti. Row Three: Marcy Bullard, Tracy Heffner, Jennifer Makin, Dolly 
Roess, Jennifer Simpson. Row Four: David Noetzel, Barbie Polk, Jamelle 
Wooldridge, Jennifer Kleman. Row Five: T.J. Leahy, John Hennings, 
Rutledge Davis, Tim May, Steve Urbanski, David Campbell, Carlos 
Delatorre, David Lee. Not Pictured: Jennifer Cross, Dina Wyss, Eric 
Crites, Trent Davis, Brad Trivitt. 

Student Life 





The Inter-Fraterni ty Council (IFC) jp p A 1VTTTT?T T ■EpTVrT/"' 1 

is the governing board for all Greek Xiil 1 XX A 

men. Aside from sponsoring the male rush pro- 
grams, IFC is an alliance for promoting Greek 
unity, and the understanding, acceptance, and 
respect for one another within the Greek commu- 
nity. 

Florida Southern College’s Panhellenic is an or- 
ganization for all Greek women. The Panhellenic 
Council serves as the governing and coordinating 
body for all six of FSC’s national sororities. 

Panhellenic works to promote unity and coopera- 
tion within the Greek system; it organizes vari- 
ous all-sorority programs and is designed to help 
nurture the educational and personal develop- 
ment of all sorority women. 



Row One: Robert Macey, Dave Whittemore. Row Two: Glen 
Stegemann, Dave Sheridan, Matt Stevens, David Noetzel, Michelle 

Gesche. 



On Bid Day, Pi Kappa Phi waits for their new pledges. 




Row One: DeAnna Calloway, Brenda Gerg, Mindy LaCroix, Mindy Wnuk, Alex Raney. Row Two: Tracy 
Crawford, Amy Day, Stephanie Viehman, Geri Dower, Amy Stroyan, Heather Benedict. Row Three: Rhonda 
Evans, JoLisa Mullinax, Alii Arnold, Connie Stephan, Shelly Cesari, Mary Jane Keener, Jennifer Maiolo, 
Delinda Higinbotham, Michelle Gesche. 



GrrrT! 




Student Life 





Good friends are hard to find 



Sisterhood forever! 



Jill Easton and her 
cuddly new friend. 



Lambda Chi's open the 
semester with a tie-dye 
party. 



Student Life 



Greek Week, an annual tra- GREEK 

dition at Florida Southern 

College, takes place every \\T i-T* IV* 

Fall. During this week, ** 
each sorority is paired up with a fraternity in 
order to make one team. Each team then com- 
petes in a week of special events. The events in- 
clude: a t-shirt swapping day, a sheet contest, a 
canned food drive, a scavenger hunt, a “Gotcha” 
game, the “olympic” games, the Miss Greek Week 
contest, and an Awards Dance. 



It's a bird. It's a plane. No, it's a...! 



During Greek Week, two Zetas draw the Pi Kappa Alpha Crest. 









Friendship among different sororities knows no bounds. 



Michael Hulten creates the Miss Greek for the Southern. 



Student Life 



INTRAMURALS 

The Intramural Sports program has proven to be 
very successful this year. Lai’ry A. Powell, Direc- 
tor of Intramurals, took center court in an at- 
tempt to promote the program. 

Why play intramurals you ask? “...to keep physi- 
cally fit, develop leadership, team play, sports- 
manship and have fun,” stated Mr. Powell. 
Powell’s time and effort paid off. Over seventy- 
five percent of the student body participated on a 
team. 

Tennis is a popular sport at FSC. 



Students take a study break to watch intramurals. 









The May Option Program is an elec- Tfc /r A '\7' 
tive, short term designed to enrich a I V 1 1 \ I 
student s educational ex- y^T^rriT^VTAT 
periences by combining vAJL A AvAJAl 
study and travel abroad. Since 1979, an annual 
May Option program has been conducted in Eng- 
land at the grand Harlaxton Manor. This year 
Students visited England, Scotland, Belgium, 
and France interspersed with individual student 
trips to Germany, Ireland, Greece, Spain, and 
Switzerland. Students take two-three hour courses 
of innovative and intensive study while forming 
lasting friendships and experiencing the wonder 
and cultural history of Europe. 



Professor Snodgrass teaches the fundamentals of British popular 

culture. 



Harlaxton Manor. 




Row One: Deona Green, Jean Latham, Mary Sullivan, Jane Davis, Sally Feely, Ann Mitchell, Kerty Wilt, Milinda 
brown, Lynne Fox, Dolly Roess. Row T wo: Kathryn Cook, Sheri Smith, Lori Valentik, Sue Sullivan, Katyn Corell, 
Lon Yancey, Darren Carlton, Frances Vogel, Julie Watson, Angela Apostol, Jennifer Simpson, Tracy Crawford, 
Carey Jeffnes, Laura Davis, Jennifer Spence, Mara Snodgrass, Dr. Rosemarie Lamm. Row Three: Mrs. Price, Pat 
McP adden Kelly Towne, Michael Jeffries, Thomas Cooksey, Sally Reed, Bill Langston, Michael Hudson, Blake 
Kimball, Wendell Hulcher, Carolyn Averil, William Smith, Monte Young, Donna Hodges, Rodger Mitchell Keith 
Berend .Allen Kreuscher, Shannon Poppell, Kirstin Deets, Wesley Ryals, Colleen Peterson, David Snodgrass Dr 

Arums Hflwkinc 






Student Life 



Tourists. ..prepared for any weather. Roger Mitchell shows off his tourist clothes. 



Whatever floats your boat. 




Belvoir Castle was one of the many stops of the England bus tour. 



Students enjoy a ride in Lakeland , England. 



Student Life 



One of the many majestic 
fountains at Versailles. 



Tradition at FSC 

Traditions at Florida Southern are numerous and 
they become an integral part of our lives as we concentrate 
on learning, meeting new people, exploring Lakeland, and 
gaining insight about being on our own. From Ice cream 
Socials to Intramurals, we garner new experiences that 
have become traditions for every student attending Florida 
Southern. As students graduate or move on to whatever 
life choice awaits them, let us hope that Florida Southern 
and its traditions in religion, friendship, education, broth- 
erhood and sisterhood will always remain a part of each 
person who has walked across Frank Lloyd Wright's vision 
of "The Child of the Sun." 

These FSC students are carrying on the traditions of their 
sorority. Alpha Omicron Pi. They are also making a few 
traditions of their own to pass on to future AOPi generations. 



Nothing compares to making new friends. This is one tradition 
that lasts a lifetime. 






A Kappa Alpha member asks the crowd, “What traditions do ya’ll have?” 



Life, love, and liberty remain important parts of the lives of FSC students. 
The chapel has served as a place of answers for many decades on the 
campus. 





Student Life 




“We did it!” These fraternity and 
sorority members cheer, as they 
pass on the tradition of winning in 
sports. 



The dock is the sunbathing capital 
of FSC. Students come here to catch 
a few rays of the bright Florida 
sunshine. 








“This is a private conversation,” one student says, as she and her friend 
relax after a hard day of classes. 



It looks like another beautiful day for a picnic. Whether it’s a trip to the 
beach or a walk around Lake Hollingsworth, FSC students love the water. 




Student Life 




Florida Southern ¥)¥7 , T T/^T/^T TC 
College is proud JVli/l^lvrlVJLJ& 
to provide various religiously affili- 
ated organizations to help contrib- T 
ute to the spiritual awareness of its 
students. Groups, such as All Campus Fellow- 
ship, Young Life, Wesley Fellowship, and the 
Baptist Campus Ministry, afford students the op- 
portunity to join together in Christian fellowship. 
These organizations, as well as the Chapel Choir, 
chapel services, and Roman Catholic services, 
allow FSC students to enjoy a full range of relig- 
iously centered experiences. 

Edge Hall, home away from home for Religion Majors. 



ACF: Row One: Hank Brain, Maria Celebre, Tara Wise, Susan Kulp, John 
Cleveland, Mieki Becker, Roxanna Fazlin, Mark Caldwell, Matt Johnson. 
Row Two: Vicki Wiggins, Debbie Nelson, Carey Bass, Marcus Zillman, 
Tim May, Lesley Werringer, Dr. Jim Healy. Row Three: Holly Huber, 
Sharon Ott, Clark Aldridge, Wendy Richie, Tami Smith, Delinda 
Higenbotham, Chad Greathouse, K.C. Canada, Holly Shields. 






WESLEY FELLOWSHIP. Row One: Vicki Wiggins, Raeanne Cade, Holly Minix, Donna Deragon, Jackie 
Powers, Holly Huber, Pam Ploof, Clark Green, Mark Caldwell, Cassey Kelly, Tim May. Row Two: Roxanna 
Fazlin, Dave Ammerman, Michelle Miller, Susan Meltzer, April Hallman, Rayasue Hallman, Stacy Williams, 
Jen Hodges, Amy Maxfield, Mandy Alston, Tracy Edwards, Wade Shetler. Row Three: John Steward, Shannon 
Hamrick, Lazarus Mitchell, Mike Hallman, Chad Greathouse, Jim Terrell, John Cleveland, Marcus Zillman, 
Allan*, Dr. Doug Hallman, Bishop Hasbrook Hughes. 



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YOUNG LIFE: Row One: Christy Bratten, Denise Heifke, Jenni Taylor, Jen Hodges, Tim Edwards, Mandy 
Aiston, Donna Smathers, Susan Meltzer, Holly Higinbotham, Scott Goodger, Tom Pipkin, K.C. Canada. Row 
Two: Vicki Wiggins, John Moore, Cindy Oakley, Tara Wise, Susan Kulp, Robin Jack, Emily Schorr, Paige 
Goodman, Jim Roberts, Delinda Higinbotham, Scott Latimer, Shannon Daugherty, Tracy Goelz, Devetta 
Troutman. Row Three: Casey Kelly, Chrissy Heintzelman, Bryna Blosch, Mark Caldwell, Dave Wingfield, Amy 
Farrel, Robert Tate, Becky Thyhsen. Row Four: Mara Sullivan, Traci Cleveland, Kristy Harris, Beth Barnard. 
Row Five: Lazarus Mitchell, Tim Rice, Marc Zillman, Brett Freese, Brad Trivett. 





BAPTIST CAMPUS MINISTRY: Row One: Dianne Gunhus, Roxanna 
Fazlin, Tara Wise, Casey Kelly. Row Two: Richard Crawford, Kristian 
Lenseth, Jim Burton, Martha Burton. 




CHAPEL CHOIR: Tim May, Jackie Powers, Mark Zillman, April 

Hallman, Lazarus Mitchell, Vicki Wiggins, David Lee, Jenny Hodges, Jim 
Terrell, Raya Sue Hallman, Chaplain Doug Hallman. 



Tif Student Life 





Circle K is a collegiate service and social club sponsored by Kiwa- piTl /~iT "IT' T 7 " 

nis International. This year, they performed several campus vyXrVv'ljlJ X\. 
service projects, such as: assisting with the Recycling Program, ushering for the F estival of Fine Arts, 
and helping with Chapel services. They also volunteered their services to many organizations in the 
Lakeland community. Through the conscientious efforts of Circle K and Kiwanis, a successful year 
was had by all. 



Busy Circle K Vice-President, Jennifer Simpson, takes time out other 
busy schedule to be with friends. 



Row One: Jennifer Simpson, Yee Lim, Tammy Gordon. Row Two: Jim 
Terrell, Lazarus Mitchell, Joe Delvecchio, Stephanie Church. 




STUDENT AMBASSADORS bassadors were a 

new organization on campus this year. Their main purpose was to give guided tours of the campus 
to prospective students. They were a group of selected students chosen by the admissions and faculty 
to be a voice for the FSC community. Based on an idea of Bill Stevens, Director of Admissions, Jill 
Finnerty and Rob Mallon founded the Student Ambassadors. 

Another service provided by the Ambassadors included welcoming guest speakers and other impor- 
tant visitors to the campus. Since this was their first year on campus, all of the students held a 
position on the council. 



Sharon Ott, Julie Hamilton, Eric Crites, Tracey Heffner, John Henninges, Laura Speier, Brad Patton, Tracy 
Prior, Ken Bailey, Beth Aunt, Pam Wendt, Rick Ricart, President Davis, Brant Menswar, Shannon Daugherty, 
Chris Chatfield, Shauna Young, Dave Toups, Maria Fallon, Tucky Davis, Delinda Higinbotham, Shannon 
Jarrett, Jim Huber, Pete Davis. 




Jill Finnerty and Rob Mallon confer about the student Ambassador tour 
schedult. 

When he's not giving tours, John Henninges waits for letters from home. 



Student ambassador, Maria Fallon, 
says "What do 1 do now?" 



Student Life 




“i International 

Students Association j j j 

(ISA) is an organiza- 1/ULCl.dXLS 
tion whose ultimate goal is to create and improve 
a lasting effect of goodwill and peace on campus 
life, community life, and in the world. It wants 
to educate the community about the diversity 
and similarities among internationals. ISA does 
this through such programs as International 
Awareness Week and “Friends are Friends Wher- 
ever” buttons. 

Catching the view. 

Row One: Michell Gesche, Friedrike Daniel, him Yee Hoon, Christina 
Engtho Ch'ng, SujathaRajaram. Row Two: GerhardToth, Sandra Sears, 
Tamotsu Akiyama. 




FSC students go "International "and learn about other cultures during the May Option program overseas. 



Heike finds a plant for her home away from home at the FSC plant sale. 




Student Life 




Senior Class 






I 




A SONG OF SUCCESS 



Years ago we walked onto the Florida South- 
ern College campus, stepping into a foreign 
land. We began to create our futures, with high 
hopes and unlimited visions. No one had to 
point out the way we would change. 

Through all of the good times and the trials, 
Florida Southern was there, beckoning us to 
follow the path of education. We learned to live 
and love and we learned that true success comes 
from serving others with our time and our 
friendship. Precious memories remain. 



A little gold, a little purple, and how ‘bout some 
fuschia here. Dorm sweet dorm, it’s all yours - 
including the decorating. 




Whatever the future holds, we will press on 
to reach our goals. We’ll continue to learn and to 
set examples for future generations of Florida 
Southern College students. Now, as we embark 
on a voyage into our futures, we will sing a new 
song... a song of success. 



No, really this helps me 
study! A tan body is an 
important part of the FSC 
study guide. 



Athletes have one of the 
busiest schedules on 
campus and eating on the 
run becaome second 
nature. 



Seniors 





LYNN A. ADAMS 
THERESA ALDRIDGE 
JULIE E. ANDREWS 
WILLIAM L. BARCLAY JR. 
CASSANDRA W. BARKER 



CHRISTINA M. BARNES 
JENNIFER E. BARNHOLTH 
JOSEPH R. BIASELLA 
THOMAS R. BIRCH 
ALAN R. BLACK 



Senior 

Spotlight 

Melinda Karen Easter 

Melinda K. Easter is an Early Child- 
hood/Elementary Education major from 
St. Petersburg, Florida. After gradu- 
ation Melinda plans to return home to 
teach second or third grade. 

As a student at FSC, Melinda feels that 
her most outstanding experience has 
been her sisterhood in Kappa Delta. “It 
has provided me with support, leader- 
ship experience, and friendships that 
will last a lifetime,” said Easter. 

An active student, Melinda has been 
involved in many honorary and cam- 
pus organizations, most notably, ODK, 
Order of Omega, Phi Eta Sigma, ACF, 
Kappa Delta Pi and Kappa Mu Epsilon. 
Among the awards Melinda has re- 
ceived while attending FSC are: Presi- 
dent’s Scholar, the Jean Tucker Stra- 
dley Elementary Education Scholar- 
ship, Dean’s List, and Who’s Who Among 
American College and University Stu- 
dents. 



Seniors 






THERESA E. BLANCHARD 
JOHN D. BONDERMAN 
AARON S. BONHAM 
ROBERT J. BOONE 
NANCY R. BORZOMATO 



RUSSELL D. BOWEN 
JEANA C. BRANTLEY 
HOWARD B. BROGDON 
WAYNE P. BROUGHTON JR. 
KRISTIE A. BROWN 



MI LIND A I. BROWN 
KEELEY M. BUCHANAN 
THOMAS E. BUCKLEY 
KRISTEN F. BURBANK 
ANGELA C. BUZZARD 



RAEANNE M. CADE 
DEANNA L. CALLOWAY 
DARREN T. CARLTON 
RICHARD L. CASSADY 
MARIA G. CELEBRE 



CHRISTOPHER T. CLARK 
PERRIN CLIFTON 
KELEEN A. CODY 
MARIA E. COLON 
FAYE D. COOK 



KATHRYN COOK 
WARREN K. COPELAND 
MELISSA L. CRAIN 
TRACY L. CRAWFORD 
ALLISON J. CRIST-SITTA 



CHARLES J. DALY JR. 
SHANNON L. DAUGHERTY 
DUANE W. DAUM 
SHARON Z. DAVENPORT 
KERA L. DAVIES 



Seniors 






CHRISTOPHER DAVIS 
JANET L. DAVIS 
LAURA M. DAVIS 
KIRSTIN R. DEETS 
TERESA E. DEFAZIO 



JUDITH L. DEMOSS 
ERIC R. DEPETRIS 
TERESA H. DESOUSA 
KIMBERLY A DICKINSON 
DOUGLAS A. DIXON 



Senior 

Spotlight 

Vicki Lyn Saltsman 

Vicki Lyn Saltsman, an Elementary 
Education and Specific Learning Dis- 
abilities major from Brooksville, Flor- 
ida, is a sister in Zeta Tau Alpha Soror- 
ity and has held the positions of ODK 
Historian, Kappa Delta Pi Treasurer, 
Lambda Chi Alpha Little Sister, is a 
member of Young Life and the Varsity 
Volleyball team. 

After graduation Vicki wants to teach 
Elementary School and coach volley- 
ball. 

" I will never forget the friendships I’ve 
formed... most of all, I will remember 
the special love of the sisters of Zeta 
Tau Alpha,” said Saltsman. 

Vicki also received several awards, 
among them, Who’s Who Among Ameri- 
can College and University Students, 
Lakeland Alumni Panhellenic Assoc. 
Scholarship, and a varsity volleyball 
scholarship. 



Seniors 







GERRI L. DORITY 
LISA E. DOUGHTY 
CAROLYN A. DUDDY 
DENISE DWYER 
AMANDA L.DZIAMBA 



MELINDA K. EASTER 
ELAINE L. EDWARDS 
DANA L. EGOLF 
LORI A. ELLINGTON 
CARL M. ELLIS III 



JULIE A.ESPER 
JEANELLE A. EUBANK 
GLEN R. FAGAN 
STEPHANIE A. FEUSER 
VICTOR R. FLACK 



DEBORAH L. FLAGG 
PATRICK D. FLEITZ 
KARA S. FLETCHER 
ROBERT L. FONTANA 
RONALD J. FUHR 



BRIAN D. GEIGER 
MICHAEL GELARDI 
BRENDA J. GERG 
ERIC Q. GERHART 
CYNTHIA C. GILMORE 



ELSE GOMEZ 
SCOTT W. GRAHAM 
BARRY D. GRIMMETT 
CARY D. GRIMMETT 
ERIC D. GROTH 



NANCY A. HAAS 
JEFF A. HALL 
BARABRA G. HARGROVE 
SHANNON E. HAZELTON 
LINDA S. HENDERSON 



Seniors 








SOPHIA L. HENK 
JOHN M. HENNINGES 
KARINA G. HENRICI 
SILVIANA HERNANDEZ 
KI RSTEN A. HERNDON 



E. ADAIR HEWITT 
STACY M. HICKS 
DELINDA A. HIGENBOTHAM 
DONNA R. HODGES 
CHARLES B. HOLMES 



Senior 

Spotlight 

Barrett Scot Schiwitz 

Barrett Scot Schiwitz, a mathematics 
major from Lakeland, Florida, plans to 
work for several years after graduation 
in an established company utilizing 
math skills and computer knowledge. 
Eventually, he wants to achieve a 
master’s degree . 

While at Florida Southern College, 
Barrett was involved in the Lambda 
Chi Alpha Fraternity as vice president, 
Phi Eta Sigma, Kappa Mu Epsilon, the 
Data Processing Management Associa- 
tion, ODK, and also played Varsity Soc- 
cer . 

Barrett’s motto is, “If you’re going to get 
your feet wet, you might as well jump in 
the water.” 

Among the awards Barrett has achieved 
are Dean’s List, President’s List, Who’s 
Who Among American College and Uni- 
versity Students, Soccer team MVP, 
and the Academic Merit Award. 



Seniors 








KIMBERLY L. HOLT 
ALLEN S. HOOD 
MICHAEL T. HUDSON 
BONNIE J. HUFFMAN 
MICHAEL A. HULTEN 



MICHELE INMAN 
JEANA R. JACK 
KELLY D. JACKSON 
SHERYL K. JACKSON 
DAVID N. JENKINS 



CINDY A. JOHANSEN 
NANCY B. JOHNSON 
SHERMAN L. JOHNSON 
GREGORY F. JOLLY 
CAMILLE S. JONES 



JODI L. JONES 
MICHAEL S. KIRCHER 

KEITH C. KLEINMANN 
E. CHRISTOPHER KRATZER 



ALLEN A. KREUSCHER 
TRICIA A. KRINEK 
KAREN L. KULL 
KARI C. KYNARD 
MINETTE L. LACROIX 



THOMAS W. LANGFORD SR. 
BILLY C. LANGSTON 
JUDITH M. LAVOIE 
KURYNE M. LEE 
YUN S. LEW 



DEBORAH A. UNDEMANN 
TIMOTHY S. LING 
BERNADETTE J. LOESCHE 
CLAIRE M. LOVELL 
ROBERT D. MACKAY 



Seniors 













Where do we go from 
here? 

Our lives have been enriched by our education at Florida Southern. We’ve 
perfected skills and accomplished things beyond our dreams. But what do we 
do with our talents and where do we go from here? 

God has instilled a wealth of ideas and talent in each one of us. Talent is 
His gift to us. What we do with that talent is our gift to Him. Whether it’s 
teaching or preaching, we must share our talents with the world. And when 
trials cross your path, do as the oyster does: take the grain of sand, the trial, and 
weave love around it until it becomes a beautiful pearl. The result in our lives 
is character. 

Where do we go from here? Down the narrow barely trodden path of Life. 
We must dare to travel where few people have gone before. As a pilgrim in a 
foreign land, seeking the true Home we’ve been destined for, sharing our 
talents and love along the way. And it all started at Florida Southern College! 



No!! I swear, this is my battery, says 
David Lee. Having a car on campus is 
sometimes helpful until you have to 
find a place to park. 






Seniors 




Wherever there is sun, there will 
be an FSC student. Of course, 
wherever there is an FSC student, 
there is fun. 

My eight o’clock class makes 
me hungry!! Early risers had 
to come up with alternative 
ways of stopping the early 
morning growls. 




It’s hot, it’s pink, it’s us! 
Clothes are not the only fashion 
statements at FSC. 



Come rain, shine, or broken bones 
the party must go on. Greek 
parties always make for an inter- 
esting weekend. 



Seniors 






ROBERT H. MACKENZIE 
MARY S. MADDOX 
KIMBERLY A. MAIER 
MOLLY K. MALLOY 
LEIGH C. MANNING 



RAYNER MANSO 
PHILIP C. MARTINA 
BETTY D. MARTINEZ 
ROBIN J. MARTINEZ 
LAWRENCE MASTERSON 



Senior 

Spotlight 

Matthew Jay Stevens 

A native of New Hampshire, Matthew 
Jay Stevens is a finance, marketing, 
personnel major with a minor in Eco- 
nomics. Matthew plans to join the 
business service sector after graduation, 
with plans to receive his M.B.A. 
Matthew's motto is, “Failure waits for 
all who stay, with some success made 
yesterday, and tomorrow I must try 
once more, even harder than before.” 
Matthew feels his most outstanding ex- 
perience on campus was the conducting 
of the Sigma Chi Initiation as president 
of the Fraternity. 

Among Matthew's achievements on cam- 
pus are Dean’s List, Order of Omega, 
and Who’s Who Among Students in 
American Colleges and Universities. 
Matthew’s involvement on campus 
included serving on the IFC, the SUB , 
and Delta Sigma Pi Business Frater- 
nity. 



Seniors 






JEFFREY L. MAULTSBY 
PATRICIA L. MCCARTHY 
VIRGINIA W. MCCAUSLAND 
ERIC S. MCCREA 
KATHERINE E. MCFADYEN 



DEREK F. MENCHAN 
ERIC J. METZNER 
CARRIE L. MILLER 
SUSAN M. MILLER 
BARBARA J. MIRAGUA 



PATRICK A. MITCHELL 
LAURIE A. MIZZI 
JAMES M. MONROE 
JOHN S. MOORE 
STACEY E. MORLEY 



JO-LISA MULUNAX 
STEPHEN J. MURPHY 
CHRISTOPHER M. MURRAY 
STEPHEN J. MURRAY 
KIMBERLY A. MUSE 



NANCY Y. NAHM 
JENNIFER M. NAVAS 
CHRISTOPHER J. NERI 
CLARK E. NISSEN 
DAVID A. NOETZEL 



CHRISTIAN NOV AY 
DEBORAH W. OSBORN 
KRISTEN A. OVERSTREET 
LUCINDA S. PARSONS 
ROSE M. PATRICK 



BRADLEY S. PATTON 
DIANA V. PAZOS 
STACY A. PELHAM 
COLLEEN M. PETERSON 
RACHEL L. POLLMAN 



Seniors 








SHANNON E. POPPELL 
MICHAEL E. POWELL 
TRACY A. PRYOR 
DEBRA L. PUGH 
CHRISTIAN N. QUINN 



ALEXANDRA E. RANEY 
KARI B. RATHBURN 
JULIE D. READ 
KIM READY 
CAROLYN M. REDDICK 



Senior 

Spotlight 



Hazel Allene Thorniley 



Hazel Allene Thorniley is a physics/ 
math double major, from Gulfport, 
Florida. After graduation Hazel plans 
to earn a master’s degree in either Health 
Physics or Material Science. Hazel then 
will apply to NASA for a position as an 
astronaut to work on the space station 
Freedom. 

While at Florida Southern College, Hazel 
served as president for ODK , the Soci- 
ety of Physics Students, and Students 
for the Exploration and Development of 
Space. In addition, she was a member in 
Phi Eta Sigma, the Physics Honor Soci- 
ety and the President’s Curriculum Com- 
mittee. Her other activities included 
playing tennis for four years as well as 
playing the flute in the Symphonic Band. 
Hazel received numerous awards while 
at FSC, among them, Who’s Who Among 
American College and University Stu- 
dents, Dean’s List and President’s List. 



Seniors 








WILLIAM B. REILLY 
RICHARD P. RICART 
THOMAS R. RICHARDS JR. 
SHELLEY B. RIVERS 
JULIA L. ROBERTS 



DOLLY L. ROESS 
STEPHANIE L. SALEMME 
VICKI L. SALTSMAN 
LYNETTE A. SAWYER 
BARRETT S. SCHIWITZ 



SHAUN E. SCHMIDT 
DAVID K. SEARS 
PATRICIA D. SEGER 
MONICA M. SERENTILL 
JASON T. SHINN 



MARLATNA M. SHIRGHIO 
WILLIAM S. SIROIS 
JENNIFER A. SMITH 
MATTHEW L. SMITH 
ROBEN-MARIE SMITH 



SHERI K. SMITH 
WILLIAM J. SMITH III 
JENNIFER L. SPENCE 
MICHAEL F. STANDIFER 
JULIA M. STEDEM 



TRACEY L. STEEPER 
GLEN E. STEGEMANN 
BRIAN STEPHENS 
MATTHEW J. STEVENS 
GARRETT J. STINE 



NICOLE C. STOLBERGER 
DEAN A. STOYER 
WILLIAM W. STRAUB 
TIFFANY A. STRAUCH 
JENNIFER R. STUVE 



Seniors 








SUE B. SULLIVAN 
JAY B. SUMNER 
REBECCA L. TACKITT 
CURTIS H. TAYLOR 
NANCY A. TAYLOR 



KATHRYN L. TERRY 
LESLIE H. TERRY 
JILL S. THOMAS 
KELLY L. THORNBERRY 
HAZEL A. THORNILEY 



Senior 

Spotlight 

Louis Alberto Viera 

Louis Alberto Viera, who resides in 
Lake Placid, Florida, and hails origi- 
nally from Puerto Rico, is a business 
administration major with a concen- 
tration in financial/personnel manage- 
ment. After graduation Louis plans to 
begin a career in finance or personnel, 
while continuing on to receive his mas- 
ter’s degree. 

Louis was involved in several campus 
organizations. He served in SGA as 
vice president and as president his senior 
year. Louis was also a member and 
officer of both Lamda Chi Alpha Fra- 
ternity and the Order of Omega He 
was also a member of the Student Judi- 
cial Review Board, the Orientation 
Committee, and Delta Sigma Pi. In 
addition he had the honor to be voted 
Mr. Moc. It is no suprise that Louis’ 
motto and philosophy for life is, “Never, 
Never, Never Quit.” 



Seniors 









DEVETTA L. TROUTMAN 
STEPHEN URBANSKI 
LORI F. VALENTIK 
LOUISE VANDER SCHATTE 
ROBYN L. VANETTEN 



Senior 

Spotlight 

Alicia Victoria Wiggins 



Seniors 



AliciaVictoria Wiggins, better known as 
Vickie at FSC, is a political science major 
who plans on going to graduate school. 
Vicki hopes eventually to become a leg- 
islative assistant. 

While at Florida Southern College, Vickie 
has learned to be the best she can be by 
constantly challenging her views and 
attitudes. 

Her most outstanding experience on 
campus, she says, “was the night my 
friend gave me the gift of a song.” 

In her four years here, Vickie was in- 
volved in numerous organizations such 
as Pi Gamma Mu, Phi Eta Sigma, ACF, 
ODK, and also Chapel Choir. Vicki’s 
major came in handy when she also 
served as a junior senator for SGA, the 
Student Government Association. Vicki 
credits Mrs. Buck as her mentor for her, 
"understanding and her sense of hu- 
mor." 



JOSEPH T. VASTANO 
LOUIS A. VIERA 
DUANE F. VINCENT 
JUSTIN M. WALLACE 
JULIE E. WATSON 



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DAVID A. WHITTEMORE 
PATRICIA L. WIDNER 
ALICIA V. WIGGINS 
CARLA D. WILBURN 
AMY M. WILLIAMS 



JANET K. WILLIAMS 
PATRICIA L. WILLIAMSON 
PETER G. WILLISTON 
TRACY WILSON 
KERRY B. WILT 



DAVID L. WINGFIELD 
MELINDA S. WNUK 
STEPHEN D. WROBLEWSKI 
PAULA J. WUNNER 
DINA M. WYSS 



LORI A. YANCEY 
BENJAMIN B. YOCOM 
STACEY ZERILLI 




Seniors 






A time for Reflection 



Juniors 



Junior Class 



“Things become more serious your junior 
year, “ commented Christi Thayer. “You have 
to really start thinking about your courses, get- 
ting good grades, and looking to the future. “ 
As juniors, we have finally reached that 
higher plane. We now know the “ins” and 
outs of college life. We have surpassed more 
challenges than we ever thought possible. We 
now realize that we must work hard to achieve 
success. 



We have grown so much during our years 
at college. We have laughed; we have cried; we 
have made many mistakes; and, most impor- 
tant, we have learned. We are on the verge of 
seeing our dreams become realities. No one 
knows what the future may hold, but we know 
that we will be prepared. Nothing can stop the 
class of 1992. 



Carla Mobley takes a break between classes. Most FSC 
students learn a lot about themselves and the world 
around them while going to school. 



The Four Musketeers say 
“cheese.” College friendships 
seem to last forever. 



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Denise Lorance demonstrates 
the “Vogue” way to walk 
through a door. 




JENNIFER L. AARON 
SHANNON E. AGNEW 
TAMMY D. AHLBRANDT 
JENNIFER N. ALBRIGHT 
MICHELLE E. ALLEN 
JONATHAN S. ANDERSON 



ELIZABETH R. ANDREWS 
TODD G. ANTHONY 
CONNIE E. ARLINE 
CHARLES M. ARNOLD 
MELISSA A. AYERS 
EVERETT K. BABER 



ANDREA F. BAILEY 
HEATHER L. BAILEY 
GROVER W. BARNES 
CHARLES F. BARRETT 
MICHAEL A. BARTOS 
CAREY L. BASS 



ROBERT W. BAX LA 
FREDERICK M. BEALL 
MARC L. BEDSOLE 
HEATHER D. BENEDICT 
KENNETH R. BENTON 
KEITH R. BEREND 



THOMAS O. BERRYHILL III 
MARGUERITA L. BETHELL 
NATASHA O. BETHELL 
CHRISTOPHER J. BISHOP 
CHRISTOPHER J. BOENING 
ANNA M. BOLET 



BRENNA BORING 
LAURIE L. BOSTELMAN 
CHRISTINE M. BOWER 
LINDA BRADLEY 
JACQUELINE H. BRENDEL 



DAVID P. BROCKLEY 
TRACEY A. BROWN 
MARCY L. BULLARD 
ADAM L. BUNCH 
LINDSEY P. BURHANS JR. 
BARBARA BURNHAM 



TANGE LA BURNS 
RODNEY P. BUTCHER 
BRIAN A. CALLAHAN 
ANDREA L. CALVERT 
KIM CAMERIER 
DAVID A. CAMPBELL 



Juniors 












DIANNA S. CAMPBELL 
KIMBERLY C. CAMPBELL 
SUSAN R. CAMPBELL 
MARY F. CANNADAY 
JIMA G. CARNES 
EDGAR E.CAULEY 



CATHY D. CHALFANT 
CHERYL R. CHAMPION 
KELLY E. CHANCEY 
LEE M. CHANCEY 
TIMOTHY W. CHRISTMAN 
ARETI T. CLARK 



TANYA I. CLARKE 
GERI CLARY 
JOHN P. CLEVELAND 
GEORGE R. COATS 
TARA L. COCHRAN 
THOMAS C. COOKSEY 



NICHOLAS R. COON 
TRAVIS D. COUNCIL 
RICHARD J. CRAWFORD 
ERIC CRITES 
JENNIFER K. CROSS 
DAVID A. DANIELS 



AMY E. DAY 
ROBERTA A. DEAKINS 
JOSEPH M. DELVECCHIO 
MARY E. DEVANE 
JOSEPH G. DEVICO 
DAHLIA A. DIAZ 



JILL L. DITTUS 
COURTNEY DITULLIO 
KATHRYN A. DOWDY 
RACHEL J. DOWNEY 
MICHELLE R. DRAKE 



WINDY L. EARL 
JODI L. EBERLEIN 
KELLI A. EBERT 
MARY E. EDMUND 
PATRICK W. ELLIS 
GAYLE A. ENAMA 



EILEEN J. ESCHRICH 
STEPHEN A. ESTOK 
ANDREA D. EVANS 
MARLA E. EVANS 
GREGORY S. FAUGHT 
LORI L. FEINGOLD 



Juniors 





VICKI J. FERLISE 
KAREN E. FIFE 
SUSAN FIFE 
ANGELINA B. FRANCO 
VIRGINIA FRANCO 
GEOFFREY D. FREEBERN 



CHAD M. FRICK 
TOD A. FRICK 
JUDITH L. FRIERMAN 
JOSEPH FURNARI III 
KELLEY M. GALICA 
DONNA C. GALLEN 



DAVID H. GARDNER 
JALONNE K. GERNA7JAN 
ELLEN L. GIDDENS 
KATHERINE M. GIESCHEN 
WYNDHAM J. GIRARD 
TRACY L. GOELZ 



CHRISTY P. GOODMAN 
TAMBRIA L. GORDON 
TARA S. GRANDIN 
DAWN M. GRIFFITH 
CLINTON J. HALDANE 
GEORGE D. HALE II 



JOHN C. HALGRIM 
LEE A. HALL 
TRACY D. HARDIE 
MICHAEL A. HAYNES 
TRACY D. HEFFNER 
DENISE L. HEFKE 



EVAM. HERRERA 
LAURA M. HERRERA 
VICTORIA A. HEYWOOD 
JEFFREY A. HITT 
JENNIFER L. HODGES 



JULIA A. HOPPE 
HOLLY L. HUBER 
JAMES C. HUBER 
TODD S. HUDSON 
JOHN I. HUGHES 
EDWIN E. HUNT 



KIMBERLY B. HUNT 
BRYAN D. JACK 
ELIZABETH B. JAGO 
KENNETH D. JAMES 
WILLIAM JAMES 
DOLORES A. JAUREGUI 



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Juniors 





MARY M. JEFFRIES 
MICHAEL A. JEFFRIES II 
ANGELA F. JOHNSON 
SHANNON D. JOHNSON 
GREGORY JONES 
LEIGH A. JUSTICE 



MARYJANE KEENER 
CAREY L. KEITH 
ROBERT S. KERR JR. 
KARI E. KIEPE 
JAMES P. KIRWIN JR. 
JENNIFER L. KLEMAN 



JENNIFER A. KRUCK 
ELIZABETH A. LAHMAN 
COLON L. LAMBERT 
ROBERT L. LAMBERT 
THOMAS J. LEAHY 
JEFFREY D. LEE 



ROBERT R. LEFEBRE 
PORTIA L. LEWIS 
KIM T. LICKLITER 
DENISE LORANCE 
ROBIN A. LUDDEN 
KARYN E. LYNCH 



ROBERT A. MACEY 
C. V. TRUIT MACH 
MICHAEL J. MACHADO 
JENNIFER L. MAKIN 
MICHAEL T. MALONEY 
LEEANN MANLEY 



MELYNDA J. MANSIKA 
LYNN MARRETTA 
CHRISTINE K. MARTIN 
DAVID A. MATSON 
MARGARET D. MAXSON 
TIMOTHY M. MAY 



TANYA M. MAYHALL 
MELINDA MCCONNAUGHHAY 
MELISSA K. MCDONALD 
ELIZABETH A. MCLEANN 
KEITH J. MCVEIGH 
NANCY K. MCWILLIAMS 



STEPHEN R. MENGE 
LEKHAS. MENON 
MELISSA L. MERCADO 
CHRIS D. MEREDITH 
ERIC J. METZNER 
JULIE A. MILFORD 



Juniors 




Next thing you 
know... 

We’re stepping up in style 

It seems like just yesterday when we were overwhelmed with the 
future. Years of studying and tests stared us in the face. Yet, here we are, 
looking face to face with our senior year. That’s why the memories of our junior 
year are so important. Life is moving on... one year to go until a new lifestyle 
sets in. It’s been great so far and it can only get better! 

With a positive outlook on life and past experience in our pocket, 
we’ve got it made. We are the next generation. We’re setting the pace for the 
future. We’ve got what it takes and we’ll give it our best. There’s no 
comparison. So, look out... we’re stepping up in style. 



Shae Harrell seems to think that these negatives look pretty good. Lab 
time is essential for Photography students. 





The Sigma Alpha Epsilon cookout is “burning 
down the house.” 



Is Marcy Bullard really studying or is she just 
sleeping? 




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Juniors 





Students take pride in their neighborhood 
environment on campus. 



Melissa Mercado gets a breath of fresh 
air while catching up on her studies. 




Is there room for one more? 



Is this the face of someone who knows 
what she’s doing? 





Juniors 




TERRENCE R. MILLER 
TAMMY D. MILLIGAN 
JOYD. MILNER 
FRANCIS G.MIRO 
LAZARUS M. MITCHELL 
CARLA C. MOBLEY 



KATHERINE A. MULCAY 
LAURA J. MURDOCK 
SEAN F. MURRAY 
DEBORAH J. NELSON 
JESSICA R. NESSAMAR 
JORGE NUNEZ 



NIVEN G. NUTT 
CYNTHIA K. OAKLEY 
ROBERT S. ODIORNE 
BRIAN D. ODRISCOLL 
GREGORY T. OSBORNE 
MICHELLE L. OVERCAST 



CAROLYN J. OWEN 
CHRISTINE M. PACIERO 
STACEY A. PAGE 
AMY B. PAMBELLO 
STEVE D. PARKER 
HOLLY M. PARSONS 



PATRICK W. PATTERSON 
OLIVER D. PECHACEK 
TODD D. PERCY 
JEFFREY A. PERKINS 
KARIN L. PETREY 
LEONARD A. PETTIFORD JR. 



CHRISTOPHER D. PHILLIPS 
BARBARA J. POLK 
KAREN L. PONTUTI 
JACQUELINE V. POWERS 
DAWNA L. PYATT 
SUJATHA RAJ ARAM 



JAMES V. RANSOM 
ERICA RASMUSSEN-TAXDAL 
CHRIS A. REAMS 
NICHOLAS A. REDD 
SALLY M. REED 
WALTER L. RENTZ 



JEFFREY H. RHEA 
CHANTAL M. RICHARDS 
LISA A. RILEY 
WENDY E. RITCHIE 
STEPHEN B. ROBERTS 
KELLIE S. ROBINSON 




Juniors 








SONYA D. ROBINSON 
ANGELA K. ROHRER 
KENNETH H. ROMBERGER 
TARA H. RYAN 
VIRGINIA M. SANDBROOK 
LINDA R. SANDIFER 



BRETT A. SCHARF 
CHRISTOPHER V. SCHRYVER 
RUSSELL A. SCHUCHMAN 
SHEILA L. SCOTT 
STACY L. SEXSMITH 
ALICE M. SHAFFER 



DAREK L. SHARP 
VICTORIA L. SHEFFIELD 
WADE A. SHETLER 
LORI J. SHUMARD 
ERNESTO SILVA JR. 
LYNN A. SIMMONS 



ROBYN C. SIMMONS 
SUSAN L. SIMMONS 
JENNIFER L. SIMPSON 
WILLIAM L. SINEATH III 
TRINA L. SKINNER 
ANITA A. SMITH 



IRIS S. SMITH 
LINDA L. SMITH 
REBECCA A. SMITH 
TAMI S. SMITH 
THERESE M. SMITH 
ORRINNA R. SPEESE 



KAREN E. SPILLER 
MALIA M. SPRINKLE 
CHRISTIE L. SPURLOCK 
DAVID J. STACK 
JOHN W. STEPHENS 
JOHN C. STEWARD 



KIMBERLY C. STEWART 
LISA STONE 
MARYE. STOVER 
SHERYL L. STRATTON 
TAMARA L. STRATTON 
AMYE. STROYAN 



LUCINDA M. STUCKEY 
DENNINE A. SUCHMA 
TIMOTHY B. SWANGO 
JOSEPH R. SWEAT 
PAUL J. TAGLIERI 
KERRY A. TAYLOR 



Juniors 









JAMES M. TERRELL 
CHRISTINA L. THAYER 
BRETT J. THOMPSON 
MARK A. THOMPSON 
REBECCA L. THYHSEN 
BRYCE TIDWELL 



GREGG G. TOLLINI 
GAIL H. TROCHELMAN 
AMY L. TROGAN 
PAUL E. TRUNZO 
KENNETH K. TURNER II 
LUCIA I. TURK 



JUDY G. VANN 
LARRY D. VANPOOL 
GEORGETTE L. VARADY 
JOSEPH P. VENNING 
JENNIFER L. VICKERY 
JAVIER A. VIERA 



STEVEN K. WADE 
KARA S. WAHLBRINK 
REBECCA L. WALLER 
ERIN R. WHITTIER 
ERIC R. WILLIAMS 
RACHEL R WILLIAMS 



RONALD L. WILLIAMS 
FRANCES R. WILSON 
JAMES R. WILSON 
STACY L. WILSON 
ROBERT W. WINFREE III 
STACI A. WINSLOW 



JAMELLE J. WOOLDRIDGE 
I .AURA E. WRIGHT 
MARC C. ZEFF 




Juniors 




As our third and fourth semesters come 
about, we learn the ropes of campus life at FSC . 

1. It’s not necessary to dress up for classes 

yet. 

2. No, Branscomb is not the building that 
looks like a World War II army barrack. 

3. 688-0139 is the number to Lakeland 
Pizza Co. Home of the Monday night special. 

Florida Southern College is a school of 
traditions that run deep. The Greek organiza- 
tions, the moving out of Allen Spivey, Joseph 
Reynolds, and Hollis, and the lake. 









Watching the sun fall behind the school 
and cheering on the varsity athletics. 

Our sophomore year is the time to get 
involved. Play some intramurals, sing in cho- 
rale, be anything you want to be. It’s our turn 
to share the feeling of Florida Southern. 



Do we have to stand here 
all day? 






MATTHEW ABDONEY 
JOHN J. ADAMCZEWSKI 
JEFFREY S. ALLEBORN 
CHRISTINE ALMEIDA 
DAVID F. AMMERMAN 
KAREN S. ANDERSON 



LAURIE I. ANKLIN 
ANGELA M. APOSTOL 
ALLISON M. ARNOLD 
NICHOLAS F. ARNOLD 
KIMBERLY S. ARUNDELL 
DENISE E. ASHDOWN 



SCOTT R. AUSTIN 
KENNETH M. BAILEY 
TODD M. BAIR 
JILLM. BALTIMORE 
DAVIDS. BANFIELD 
TRICIA L. BANKS 



CATHERINE BARNES 
JENNIFER M. BARTON 
JAMIE BAUCKMAN 
DOUGLASS. BECKER 
MICHELLE L. BECKER 
TERESA L. BEEBE 



JANICE L. BERRY 
PHILIPP. BETHEA IV 
HEATHER L. BISCHOFF 
DAVID A. BLEWETT 
SUSAN B. BLOMQUIST 
ANNE C. BLONDEAU 



BRYNA E. BLOSCH 
DAYNA BLUNDO 
ANASTASIA BOCHIS 
NEAL BOGOSIAN 
CHRISTY A. BOLINGER 
ZACHARY J. BONCZEK 



TERRY R. BORGLUND 
LADREDA A. BOROM 
BRIAN BOUSHIE 
BRETT K. BOWMAN 
SCOTT A. BRESSLER 
GEORGE H. BRITTON 



PHILLIPS A. BROOKS JR. 
STEPHANIE M. BROWN 
KRISTIN L. BUBENICK 
DEBORAH BUCHHEIT 
ROSS E. CABLE 
EDWARD F. CAIN JR. 



Sophomores 



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“You mean the fire drill is tomorrow?!” Dorm life always has its ups 
and downs, but the worst interuption has to be the fire drill during The 
Simpsons on Thursday night. 



Dorm Sweet Dorm 

In your freshmen year, your dorm 
looks like a small, cold, dingy room clut- 
tered with school books and dirty clothes. 
By your sophomore year you begin seeing 
your dorm and your school as your home 
away from home. The sun shines into your 
room where your favorite posters are plas- 
tered on the walls. Pictures of your friends 
are taped to your desk and music blares 
from your radio while you talk on the phone 
or munch on some junk food. You no longer 
count the days until Christmas break, in- 
stead you look forward to the weekend 
ahead with your great new friends. 




JENNIFER L. CANNATA 
KAREN M. CANONICO 
ALAN CARPINO JR. 
CANDICE A. CARRICO 
ELENA CARROLL 
RASCHELLEA CESARI 



CHRISTINA ENGTHO CHNG 
PAMELA R. CHADWELL 
TRACY A. CHAIRES 
LISA J. CHANDLER 
STEVEN H. CHASEY 
CHRISTOPHER L. CHATFIELD 



GEOFFREY H. CHRETIEN 
ROBIN L. CLARK 
MICHAEL G. CLOER 
PEGGY S. COCHRANE 
GARY R. CONA 
RENEE L. COOK 



KARI B. CORUM 
CAREY CRAWFORD-BROWN 
KELI A. DAVIS 
PETER P. DAVIS 
RONALD A. DAVIS 
RUTLEDGE L. DAVIS 



Sophomores 




TRENT E. DAVIS 
JONATHAN R. DECLUE 
ANDREW DELAC 
CARLOS A. DELATORRE 
DARRYL R. DENSON 
LOUIS DESBIENS 



CYNTHIA L. DETTMAN 
MICHAEL W. DIAMOND 
JODI M. DICARLO 
FIELDING H. DICKEY V 
AMYS. DIEDRICK 
GREGORY N. DIGREGORY 



MARK E. DIMARZIO 
BENJAMIN S. DINKINS 
JOHN T. DOHERTY JR. 
STEPHEN J. DOUGLAS 
CATHY A. DRAKE 
CHRISTINE L. DRAKE 



WILLIAM DROST 
GINGER L. DUDLEY 
CHAD M. DUNBAR 
ROBERT L. DURRANCE 
SADIE D. DYMMEK 
JILLIAN S. EASTON 



REBECCA A. EATMAN 
JAMES T. EATMON 
ALBERT L. EDWARD 
JERRY L. EISEN 
JAMES P. EVANS 
RHONDA L. EVANS 



MARSHA H. FACEY 
MARIA T. FALLON 
JAMES J. FALONI 
KENNETH W. FANEUFF 
ROBERT E. FANNIN JR. 
DANA R. FARLEY 



TRACI P. FARMER 
JENNIFER A. PASSMAN 
SCOTT A. FERGUSON 
KATHERINE J. FERRARA 
ELISABETH A. FESSEL 
CHRISTINE M. FINDLAY 



AMY M. FISHER 
ROBERT L. FISHER 
JEFFREY S. FLETCHER 
KRISTINE C. FOCHT 
SUSANNE FONTANA 
MELISSA E. FORD 



Sophomores 










ANDREW E. FORNESS 
TERESA M. FORTENBERRY 
TAMARA A. FOX 
DEBORAH J. FRANZKE 
JULIE A. FREEMAN 
BRETT W. FREESE 



JOSEPH FUER II 

SEAN D. FUTCH 

AMY W. GANGER 

RICHARD GERINGSWALD JR. 

GLENN M. GETNER 

CHRISTOPHER GIDDINGS 



JEANETTE M. GILMORE 
PETER C. GOMES 
TODD GONGWER 
SCOTT M.GOODGER 
MORRIS S. GRIFFITH 
BURTON P. GRIMM 



JENNIFER L. GROOMS 
PHYLLIS M. GROSS 
REBECCA E. HAAS 
JULIE L. HAMILTON 
SHANNON M. HAMRICK 
EULA B. HANSCEL 



CYNTHIA B. HANSEN 
MELISSA L. HARALSON 
STACI M. HARAIjSON 
WENDY S. HARRELL 
HEATHER L. HARRIS 
STEPHANIE L. HARRISON 



KEVIN A. HART 
DEANA L. HARTMAN 
KIMBERLY A. HARVEY 
EMILY D. HEATH 
CHRISTINE E. HEINTZELMAN 
SUSAN M. HENNING 



ELIZABETH A. HERMANN 
LINDA J. HESSINGER 
TOM D. HILBERT 
MELANIE A. HILL 
DAVID R. HODGES 
KENNETH J. HOFBAUER 



RHISSA R. HOFFMEYER 
ERIN A. HOLLIFIELD 
CINDY HOSKINSON 
NANCY K. HOSKINSON 
JEFFERY J. HOWARD 
CAROLE L. HOWER 



Sophomores 




TIME FOR A STUDY 
BREAK! 



“Want To Walk The Lake?” 

Daily activities vary with every Florida Southern student. Some check 
their mail at lunch, others after dinner. Many plan class around their favorite 
soap opera and others around prior commitments with work study or athletic 
practices. One thing’s for sure, every one here at F.S.C. is active. 

Most of these activities are centered around Lake Hollingsworth. Wa- 
terskiing, laying out, sailing, walking, bicycling or even the daring running 
the lake make for an enjoyable day at the Florida Southern campus in 
Lakeland, Florida, U.S.A. 



Yum, cafeteria food. 





Sophomores 




I knew I should have studied. 









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There’s nothing like last minute 
cramming. 



Sophomores 



Alicia always has a smile for ev- 
eryone. 




Rest and relax. I’m just catching 
the rays. 




LAURIE HUGHES 
JENNIFER T. HUNT 
JOHN M. HUNT 
LAURIE A. HURNER 
JENNIFER E. HUTTO 
LISA C. INTAG LIATA 



VINCENT F. IOSUE 
MICHELLE L. JACKSON 
SCOTT J. JAKUBOWSKI 
JON F. JAMSHID 
GEORGE S. JARRETT 
CAREY JEFFRIES 



LORI A. JENDRZEJEWSKI 
JULIE JENKINS 
ANDREA B. JENNINGS 
JIMMY L. JOHNSON JR. 
ELIZABETH F. JONES 
NANCY A. KALNA 



HANS M. KATROS 
CHRISTINE L. KATSIKAS 
JENNIFER B. KAUFMAN 
BRIAN A. KENNEDY 
KAYE KENNELLY 
JULIE L. KENT 



MARCINDA M. KESTER 
MICHAEL R. KETTER 
TRINA A. KNOTTS 
DAVID A. KONDOR 
SUSAN C. KULP 
STEFANIE K. LANG 



JENNIFER A. LAWRENCE 
BRIAN W. LAYTON 
DAVID A. LEE 
TIMOTHY J. LETO 
ALICIA LEWIS 
DAVID T. LIEBERT 



MARK A. LINDSAY 
SELENA M. LINEBERGER 
JENNIFER K. LINN 
VINCENT P. LIPTAK 
TRICIA L. LOBAUGH 
RICHARD J. LOFINK 



MELEY L. LORREN 
CHERYLN A. LUBERTAZZA 
EDWARD LUGO 
JENNIFER A. MAIOLO 
DEANNE E. MALLE Y 
TRACEY A. MALLIN 



Sophomores jj^Sj 





Sharing A Way Of Life 




Sharing new experiences, dreams, 
goals, and fears is a part of college that 
makes life in general, more bearable. Many 
of us share ourselves by forming special 
bonds through sisterhood or brotherhood 
in Greek organizations. Such bonds enable 
us to grow, to change, and to learn. Getting 
through the rough times, as well as enjoy- 
ing the good times, with a chosen family is 
what greek life is all about. 



Emily and Nancy prep themselves before the Toga Party at the 
Lambda Chi house. Throughout the year the soroities and fraternities 
all participated in parties. 




TRACY E. MANN 
PAMELA M. MAPLES 
JEFFREY MARCHITTO 
DAVID J.MARICHAL 
RICHARD A. MARINO 
JULIE L. MARTELL 



TRACY L. MARTIN 
KURT MARTY 
AMYR. MAXFIELD 
JULEE MAYNARD 
JENNIFER A. MCALWEE 
KELLY C. MCCARTHY 



HAYDEN C. MCCLURG 
PATRICIA MCCOOL 
KARI A. MCCULLOUGH 
CHRISTOPHER B. MCGILL 
WILLIAM R. MCGLYNN 
WILLIAM R. MCILVAINE 




PATRICK J. MCKNIGHT 
LYNNE E. MCLUCKIE 
KATHERINE D. MCSWAIN 
MICHAEL A. MICUCCI 
ELIZABETH C. MILLEN 
PAULETTE A. MILLER 



Sophomores 





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STEPHANIE S. MILLER 
PAMELA D. MILLS 
HOLLY M. MINK 
DANIEL K. MOENNING 
LISA M. MOFFETT 
STEPHANIE C. MOORHEAD 



BARBARA D. MORGAN 
MICHELLE A. MORTON 
ARNOLD R. MOYER IV 
DAWN M. MURA 
TRACY D. MURRAY 
MICHELLE L. MUSICK 



JASON A. NEEL 
MARK J. NEITZKE 
MARIS L. NORRIS 
THOMAS H. NORTON III 
BRIAN A. NOTTAGE 
KELLYS. ODONNELL 



THOMAS E. OFALLON 
KIMBERLY A. OLSON 
SHARON L. OTT 
DEBORAH R. OVERTON 
WARREN A. OWEN 
MELISSA E. PADGETT 



MELISANDE A. PARSONS 
DEBORAH A. PATTON 
CHRISTINE A. PAVANO 
CHRISTIAN E. PAYNE 
CHRISTOPHER PEARSON 
GUY D. PETRONE 



KYLE L. PHELPS 
AMY E. PHIPPS 
DANIELLE L. PHYPERS 
CATHY A. PIKE 
DORENE A. PILLITTERI 
DOUGLAS R. PILOT 



JENNIFER L. PIZZO 
LAURA E. POSICK 
APRIL L. PRECOURT 
MEGAN E. PRITCHARD 
THERESA F. PROW 
JENNIFER C. QUEEN 



UDANI A. RAHMAN 
VICKI S. RASCO 
AMY C. RATTMAN 
MARK E. REEMELIN 
BRIAN D. REGAN 
RACHELLE A. REYNOLDS 



Sophomores 



tin 







REBA B. REYNOLDS 
DAWN M. RHOADES 
WILLIAM J. RHODES JR. 
CRAIG M. ROBERTS 



EMILY M. ROHM 



EDITH S. ROSS 
RHONDA R. ROSS 
TERRI S. ROSS 
ELIZABETH A. ROVALDI 
MEGAN M. ROWLAND 
SARA M. RUST 



VIRGINIA SALAZAR 
SUSAN E. SCHILD 
EMILY B. SCHORR 
SCOTT R. SEARCY 
ADAM A. SHAIVITZ 
MELISSA L. SHANK 



TODD A. SHETTLE 
HOLLY S. SHIELDS 
DANIEL P. SHOEMAKER 
SHELLI L. SHUTTS 
TIMOTHY T. SIEDEM 
TIMOTHY B. SIMPSON 



NOEL C. SLATER 
ANGELLA M. SLEPICA 
BEVERLY A. SMITH 
FREDERICK K. SMITH 
MISTY A. SMITH 
MICHAELS. SNYDER 



JEFFREY W. SPOLYAR 
BARBARA J. SPRINGER 
DAVID J. STAFFORD 
HEYWARD B. STARLING 
CONNIE L. STEPHAN 
APRIL L. STEPHENS 



MICHAEL E. STOCK 
JENNIFER L. STOVAL 
SUSAN J. STRINGFELLOW 
DAVID S. STRONG 
PAULA J. STUTZM AN 
MARA M. SULLIVAN 



CYNTHIA L. SUMNER 
TIMOTHY D. SYPKO 
JAMES S. TACKETT 
EMILY A. TAYLOR 
STEVEN D. TAYLOR 
TODD A. TAYLOR 



E& Sophomores 




JOHN S. THOMAS 
KIMBERLY R. THORNTON 
KEVIN THUMAN 
DAVID L. TOUPS 
ANNE M. TOWLES 
RICHARD C. TOWNSEND 



MICHELLE L. TURBEVILLE 
JOHN A. TUREK 
SUNNY K. TURNER 
APRIL G. TURN QUEST 
JOYANN A. TURNQUEST 
RONALD D. URBAN 



KULDIP VAGHELA 
CYNTHIA K. VANEKEREN 
DEANNA L. VICERA 
LEIGH A. VINZANT 
JOHN M. VONDRUSKA 
MINA M. VORCE 



KIMBERLY T. WADE 
ALICE L. WADSWORTH 
CHARLES J. WALBROEL 
KEVIN R. WALL 
BETH A. WALSH 
BRIAN WALSH 



DARRELL W. WEBB 
ALICIA L. WEIGEL 
HEATHER L. WEIMER 
PAME LA J. WENDT 
JULIA M. WESTENDORF 
DEBORAH L. WESTON 



MELISSA L. WHATLEY 
FELICIA M. WHEAT 
ROGER A. WHITEMAN 
DEBORAH L. WIEMKEN 
HEATHER L. WILLIAMS 
KIMBERLY J. WILLIAMS 



JON D. WILLIAMSON 
RACHELS. WILLS 
KIMBERLY J. WILSON 
MELISSA A. WINKLER 
JAMES WISNIEWSKI 
LIANE E. YOUNG 



SHAUNA L. YOUNG 
THERESA L. YOUNG 
CHRISTINA A. YOUNKERS 
GRETCHEN A. ZEIDLER 



Sophomores 



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Freshmen Class 

A Time For Change 

Changes in school, and changes in life- 
style. The freshman year marks a time of 
transition from a sheltered high school life to a 
place in the real world. For many freshmen, 
going away to school was a totally new experi- 
ence. They found themselves on the bottom 
level once again. U sed to being “the big man on 
campus” at their senior high school, they were 
now in a new situation. They now had to rely 
on their “older” friends to show them around 
the town. 

One problem that some freshmen were 
faced with was finding their way ai’ound cam- 
pus. Luckily they had Orientation Week, which 

A friendly smile can always be found at FSC. 





pus. Luckily they had Orientation Week, be- 
ginning on August 31, which helped them ad- 
just to their new environment. “The people in 
orientation made me feel real welcome. The 
different activities helped me get familiar with 
the campus. My J.A. helped me a lot too, by 
pointing out where my classes were after reg- 
istration,” said Julie Kent. 



Physical Education at 
Florida Southern keeps 
these guys in shape. 



Sophomore Dave Blewett 
learns the creative art of 
tie- dye . 




Freshmen 





ERIC W. ABELL 
DARA J. ADAMS 
DAVID J. ADAMS 
ELIZABETH E. AIRTH 
JAMES G. AKER 



SUZANNE E. AKINS 
TAMOTSU AKIYAMA 
CAROLINE A. ALBERTSMA 
MARY M. ALDERMAN 
GINA M. ALESSI 



CHRISTINA M. ALFIERI 
ALEX ALLEN 
PAULIE C. ALLEN 
AMANDA M. ALSTON 
JOHN H. ALTERGOTT III 



MICHELE R. AMENTA 
CHRISTINE A. ANDRUS 
APRIL H. ASHLEY 
KELLY ASHMORE 
MARIA A. AVALOS 



ANNIE M. AVERY 
JOHN L. AVERY 
ROBYN L. AVERY 
SUSAN K. BADER 
JENNIFER A. BADURAK 



AMY C. BASSING 
CHARLES E. BAUER JR. 
MARK J. BEAUDRY JR. 
JUSTIN J.BENGERT 
ALEXANDER J. BENNETT 



CHRISTOPHER R. BENNETT 
NICOLE M. BENNETT 
ALICIA T. BERREE 
KEITH A. BEST 
IAN M. BETHUNE 




Freshmen 






HOLLY J.BICKNELL 
BARBARA K. BIRKLER 
BRIAN K. BLANKENSHIP 
WILLIAM T. B LOME LEY JR. 
JEFFREY M. BOBBITT 



JAMES T. BOSCHULTE JR. 
JENNIFER R. BOUW 
AUDRA D. BOXMA 
CATHERINE A. BRADLEY 
HENRYK. BRAIN 



CHRISTINA M. BRATTEN 
CHRISTOPHER J. BRAUNLICH 
EDWARD M. BREESE 
PIERRE A. BRENENSTUHL 
FRANK J. BRESK III 



HEIDI J BREUER 
WENDY J. BRIDGES 
DAVID M. BROADHURST 
HEATHER A. BROWN 
JAMES P. BROWN 



KAREN L. BROWN 
MATTHEW A. BROWN 
SHANNAN E. BROWN 
WILLIAM K. BROWN 
CRAIG S. BRUNN 



JOHN D. BUFTON 
MARK C. CALDWELL 
JEFFREY A. CAMPBELL 
MARK R. CAMPBELL 
RENEE L. CAMPISI 



KATHRYN C. CANADA 
CHAD E. CAPISTA 
SARA E. CAPWELL 
TEKE CARSON 
ERIC D. CASTEEL 



Freshmen 





RICHARD F. CASTE LLANI 
CLAYG. CHANCEY 
BRADLEY E. CHANDLER 
KELLIE M. CHAPLIN 
RICHARD L. CHAPMAN 



RANDY G. CHASE 
DIXIE L. CHOATE 
CAROL J. CHRISTENSON 
STEPHANIE T. CHURCH 
JANINE M. CIESLAK 



KATE C. CIRELLI 
TRACI L. CLEVELAND 
PATRICK J. COCKILL 
DEANNA A. COLBORN 
PADGET E. COLE 



RICHARD S. COLE JR 
SCOTT L. COLETTI 
CHRISTINA M. COLLINS 
SETH C. CONGDON 
AMYE. CONKLIN 



CHRISTOPHER G. CONLEY 
ELIZABETH A. CONROY 
KAREN A. CONWAY 
KEVIN E. COOK 
CHRISTINE A. COOPER 



ERICA Y. COPE 
KRISTEN S. COTTON 
BRIAN J. COX 
GRANT D. CROCKETT 
AMY L. CROMACK 



JEAN M. CUNNINGHAM 
JULIA L. CUNNINGHAM 
DONALD B. CURLEY JR 
REBECCA R. CUSTER 
TIFFANY D. CUTTS 




Freshmen 








Check out those fellow freshmen! The Record provides freshmen with information on 
greek organizations and has pictures of every incoming freshman. 



Another weekly shopping spree at the bookstore. This year the bookstore offered new and 
exciting sportswear. 




EDWINA E. DANIEL 
FRIEDRIKE DANIEL 
CRISTINA Y. DANIELS 
ALPA R. DAVE 
JASON C. DAVENPORT 



JEFFREY DAVERSA 
DEANNE E. DAVIDSON 
DAVID L. DAVIS 
BRIAN DEANGELIS 
SEAN D. DEARING 



EDWARD T. DEBROWER 
CHRISTOPHER D. DECLUE 
TERRENCE S. DELIKAT 
SUSAN L. DEMAREST 
DONNA M. DERAGON 



RUSSELL H. DEVANE 
MARIA M. DEVITT 
DARRIN R. DIEM 
ZACHARIAH L. DIETZ 
RONALD DIFAVA 



CAROLINE DILLON 
THOMAS A. DIONISIO 
WILLIAM D. DISHMAN 
COREY R. DOEL 
MARY J. DORSEY 






Freshmen 




SHADIA M. DOVALE 
A IAN D. DOZER 
DEBORAH C. DRABENT 
ANGELA DUBENDORFER 
DOUGLAS B. DUNLEVY 



MICHAEL D. DURHAN JR. 
CASSANDRA S. EBANKS 
DAVID J. ECKHARDT 
APRIL C. EDWARDS 
TRACY L. EDWARDS 



JOHN B. EGAN 
STEPHEN E. EKES 
EDDYELGUEZABAL 
KELLEY L. EMERY 
KRISTI L. ENDERLE 



ROBERT E. ENSIGN 
TAWNYA D. ENSMINGER 
SANTIAGO ESCOBAR 
DONNA C. EVANS 
AMYS. FARRELL 



ROXANNA L. FAZLIN 
DAVID FECHT 
ANDREA K. FELLNER 
KERRI M. FERGUSON 
SCOTT A. FESSLER 



ANDREA D. FINN 
CHRISTINA A. FISH 
AMANDA S. FLECK 
MARIA C. FORAN 
ERMA C. FRANCIS 



WILLIAM J. FREDERICK 
RICHARD B. FREDRICKSON 
CHARLES S. FRIERMAN 
KIMBERLY A. FRINK 
MEREDITH M. FUNKHOUSER 




Freshmen 






I don’t know where I am, but I know that wherever I’m going, I’m looking good. FSC 
students always try hard to look good, no matter where they are! 

Gotta love that Cafe food. 




ALBERT L. FURROW 
KRISTINE L. GABEL 
CHET K. GALLOWAY 
SUSAN E. GALUSKA 
ARI R. GAMMILL 



GEORGE A. GANSNER III 
CHRISTOPHER W. GARMON 
SHELLIE P. GARR 
MIRIAM I. GARRASTEGUI 
ROBIN S. GAYLE 



APRIL M. GIBSON 
HEATHER M. GIFFORD 
MICHAEL K. GILBERT 
KRISTIE L. GILFORD 
JULIA G. GIRARD 



LORIE D. GLEASON 
JULIE A. GODDARD 
FREDERICK C. GODUTI 
LAMONICA D. GOODSON 
MICHELLE L. GRAB INSKI 



WANDA Y. GRAHAM 
CHAD A. GREATHOUSE 
CLARKE. GREEN 
JILLN. GREENE 
STEVE L. GRESSEL 



Freshmen 



BEN H. GRIFFIN IV 
CARET. GRIFFITH II 
DAVID J.GULLI 
RICARLOS GUZMAN 
BRIAN J. G YU LAI 



PETER C. HAAKON 
EDWARD A. HAKE 
CHRISTINA L. HALL 
APRIL L. HALLMAN 
MICHAEL T. HALLMAN 



ELISA J. HAMM 
LESLIE A. HARBISON 
GREGORY E. HARDWICK 
LASUNDRA A. HARLEY 
MATTHEW J. HARPER 



KRISTY E. HARRIS 
JOCELYN B. HARTMAN 
LAURIE J. HAWK 
DAVID T. HEBERT 
CARLENE S. HECK 



RUSSELL L. HEDGECOCK 
JENNIFER J.HEIDER 
WENDY R. HELMS 
CHRISTIAN HENEISEN 
HEATHER L. HENSLEY 



BRENT HERING 
JOSE M. HERNANDEZ-CAMPO 
DAWNM. HICKEN 
THOMAS M. HIDELL JR. 
HOLLY HIGINBOTHAM 



JOHN W. HILDENBRAND 
JENNIFER L. HILLIARD 
NICOLE R. HILLS 
KRISTINA L. HILSON 
RODNEY L. HINEMAN 




Freshmen 







“What is ...?” Laura Herrera and Steve Urbanski cram before a big test. 
Milk, it does a body BIG! 




WILLIAM B. HINSON 
TRAVIS HODGES 
KENNETH W. HODSDON 
LYNNE. HOLLIS 
ELIZABETH A. HOPP 



JOHN R. HOSKINSON 
DAVID L. HOUGH 
REBECCA J. HOWE 
E. GARRICK HOWELL 
ALLISON E. HUEBNER 



BRIAN R. HUGHES 
CRAIG R. HUGHES 
KATHRYN W. HUGHES 
DAVID 0. HUTCHINSON 
CRISTINA V. IGLESIAS 



RAYMOND M. INMAN JR 
MITCHELL T. INNESS 
CARMELA F. IOSUE 
KELLY A. JACKSON 
DAVID K. JAMSHID 



SHERRI L. JERANTOWSKI 
CARRIE S. JOHNSON 
ELMER D. JOHNSON JR. 
JANA P. JOHNSON 
JODI A. JOHNSON 



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Freshmen 



Finding Your Way 

Orientation Week is an eventful tradition at Florida South- 
ern College for all of the incoming freshmen and transfers. O- 
Week ’90 was filled with activities ranging from a tacky tourist 
dance to a scavenger hunt. While participating in these events, 
individuals were able to earn points for their team, meet their 
peers, and learn their way around the campus. “I have met some 
friends that I will have for the rest of my life. O-Week was worth 
coming early for,” stated Lori Mencarelli. 

Picnics, movies, a trip to the beach, and a student variety 
show were just a couple of the activities that kept students busy 
during O-Week. As another freshman said, “Orientation Week 
was a fantastic way to start off a new year.” 

Ice cream night, what a treat! 

Students were able to call 4446 to 
hear what was on the menu at the 
c a f e . 






Freshmen 





I can never get enough sun! Sunbath- 
ing by the pool is a popular activity 
on Saturdays. 



In, out. Up, down. Right, Left. 
Over. 



Hey! You’re supposed to read your 
mail, not eat it! 



Sophomore Chris Nolen enjoys a 
relaxing moment feeding the geese 
around the lake. 



Freshmen 



MATTHEW K. JOHNSON 
KEVIN R. JOINER 
CLIFFORD T. JONES 
JULIE M. JONES 
MICHAEL J. JONES 



PETER E. JONES 
ROMAN S. JUAREZ 
MARK S. JULIANO 
AMY S. KACZMARSKI 
PATRICK E. KAHL 



CHRISTOPHER T. KAMBERG 
ZACHARY C. KAPLAN 
CHRISTOPHER J. KARO 
VANESSA M. KASS 
LISA M. KASZA 



JOHN D. KAYLOR 
MICHAEL L. KEIBER 
ERIC S. KELLER 
CASEY KELLY 
KATHRYN D. KERSHAW 



KIMBERLY S. KERSHAW 
JENNIFER L. KEWESHAN 
DAWN M. KING 
TRACY L. KING 
BRIAN S. KIT AY 



BRIAN J. KLAAS 
SHANNON K. KLEIN 
CRAIG J. KLEINMANN 
AMY S. KNIGHT 
AMY M. KNOLLINGER 



AMY J. KNUCKLES 
KERRY L. KRICHBAUM 
BRYCE T. KUCKS 
SETH C. KURZ 
ROBERT L. LADIMIR 




Freshmen 





RONALD A. LAGG 
MATTHEW S. LAWS 
KENA D. LEAK 
JESSICA E. LEBARON 
TIMOTHY D. LEBLANC 



ALICIA C. LECATES 
CHRISTOPHER A. LEE 
LORY M. LEE 
LARRY K. LEGG 
KRISTINA H. LENSETH 



JEFFREY W. LESNIEWSKI 
LYN A. LICKLITER 
SCOTT R. LILLY 
YEEH. LIM 
LANAE C. LISK 



BARBARA A. LUCAS 
KRISTA L. LUCAS 
DANA M. LUCKIE 
MARISOL LUGO 
MELISSA A. LUKES 



KRISTIN D. LUTHER 
STEPHANIE A. LYTLE 
JENNIFER L. MACKLER 
MARC A. MACOMBER 
ATHENA L. MACY 



Freshmen 



RYAN J. MALLAGHAN 
DENISE MALM 
THALIA MANCHENO 
BRIAN J. MANCUSO 
TOLBERT H. MANEY 



STEPHEN J. MARCHITTO 
RODERICK T. MARCOUX 
LISA M. MARICHAL 
RICHARD M. MARIUCCI 
DONNA A. MARTES! 



SHAUN M. MARTIN 
TRACY A. MATKOVICH 
MATTHEW J. MATRISIAN 
JASON C. MATTHEWS 
JOSEPH H. MAURER 



I.AWRENCE T. MAXWELL 
JOHN MAZZELLA 
LISA M. MAZZEO 
JONATHN E. MCCANN 
CARYBETH MCCAULEY 



COLEEN M. MCCREANOR 
SHAUN J. MCGINNIS 
DEIRDRA E. MCKENNA 
CHERYL A. MCQUOWN 
CANDICE M. MCRAE 



JANEL K. MCTARNAGHAN 
DAWN MEEKER 
JANET M. MEGIN LEY 
SUSAN M. MELTZER 
PAUL MENA 



LORI B. MENCARELLI 
BRANT C. MENSWAR 
GINA MERCURI 
BARBARA A. MERRITT 
ELIZABETH M. MERTES 




Freshmen 






Intramurals are a distinctive part of life at FSC. They provide students with an outlet of 
relaxation and competition from ongoing studies. 

Smiles are always a nice way to say hello. FSC students form friendships that are lasting. 




ERIC B. MEYER 
JENNIFER K. MEYER 
STEPHANIE J. MEYER 
TODD M. MICHAUD 
ANTHONY R. MILLER 



DONNA J. MILLER 
MICHELLE M. MILLER 
JERRIE D. MILNER 
JULIANNE L. MOHLER 
MICHELLE M. MONTGOMERY 



JOHN M. MORGAN 
KELLY L. MORROW 
MELISSA D. MOSLEY 
CHRISTOPHER M. MOSSBURG 
JOY J. MUELLER 



MICHELE M. MULHALL 
JEFFREY A. MUNDY 
JENNIFER J. MURRAY 
ELLEN N. MUSE 
JAMES T. MYERS 



KEVIN L. NEILL 
ANTHONY C. NEWBERG 
JANE S. NEWELL 
LAURA M. NEWMARK 
LORI J. NICHOLASON 



Freshmen 



MATTHEW A. NORCROSS 
CAROLYN G. NORTON 
KRISTA M. O REILLY 
THERESA M. OAKLEY 
NANCY E. OATES 



ANDREW A. OCONNELL 
KELLI K. ODELL 
HALE. OSBORNE 
LEO E. OSTROSKY 
WHITNEY N. OUTHWAITE 



STEVEN C. OWEN II 
VICKY L. PAGEL 
ALEXANDER T. PAGNETTI 
EILAH I. PANGRAZIO 
JOSEPH P. PARKER 



DONNA L. PASLEY 
SUSAN PASSARETTI 
BIRJUB. PATEL 
CHRISTOPHER PATRICK 
BRENT PATRIQUIN 



JAMES L. PEARS 
SCOTT T. PENCE 
JOANNA M. PEREZ 
JESSICA R. PERRY 
CASSANDRA M. PEZZEMINTI 



PAMELA M. PLOOF 
TANYA A. POLLNOW 
MARIA T. POYNTER 
GREGORY J. PREMO 
VALERIE E. PRINZ 



STACIA E. PRIOR 
JILL E. PUGH 
MELINDA L. PUGS LEY 
JENNIFER C. RACE 
DANIEL R. RADEBAUGH 




Freshmen 





BARBARA A. RANDOLPH 
MARK L. RAPONI 
TARA A. RAPP 
JOHN C. REUBER 
RICHARD K. REYNOLDS JR. 



DAWN D. RICE 
WILLIAM A. RICE 
BRENT E. ROBERTS 
CRISTINA T. ROBERTS 
KIM ROBERTS 



JAMES H. ROBERTS III 
LESLEY A. ROBICHAUD 
ANGELA J. ROBINSON 
MATTHEW M. RODDY 
JULES M. ROMA 



RICHARD S. ROSALIA 
ADAM M. ROSS 
STEVEN E. RUDOLPH 
KEVIN D. RYAN 
JENNIFER A. SACHS 



TRACY E. SALMON 
YAMILA. SANTIAGO 
TRACY L. SANTO 
GREGORY S. SCHEER 
JENNIFER M. SCHMID 



JESSICA L. SCHNEIDER 
SHARON M. SCHROER 
AMANDA J. SCHULTE 
EDWARD W. SCHWABELAND 
BRADLEY L. SCOTT 



BRIAN J. SEALS 
ALEXANDRA B. SEARS 
C. ALLEN SEAVER 
MATTHEW SENNET 
CARMEN SERBIO 



Freshmen 





TODD P. SHELBAUGH 
ANDREW D. SHENK 
STACY L. SHERBON 
JOSEPH B. SHERROD 
NICHOLAS A. SHIRGHIO 



CHRISTINE A. SHIVER 
MICHELE R. SIKORSKI 
EMMANUEL G. SKANDALIARIS 
MARY M. SLIGAR 
DONNA L. SMATHERS 



HANNAH E. SMITH 
JAMES B. SMITH 
KRISTI L. SMITH 
LAURIE A. SMITH 
MICHAEL A. SMITH 



ROBIN L. SMITH 
LEON M. SOUTHARD II 
MICHELLE SPADAEORA 
VIKKI M. SPARKMAN 
LORRIE SPECHT 



LAURA J.SPEIER 
JASON W. SPINKS 
KAREN L. ST. AMOUR 
CADE P. STAFFORD 
M ANDIE L. STAGG 



ANDREW M. STAHNKE 
CRAIG P. STANLEY 
MICHAEL L. STARR 
JENNIFER L. STEIN 
AMY E. STEPHENS 



MICHAEL D. STEWART 
RONALD P. STOLZ II 
CHRISTOPHER E. STOLZE 
BRANDON A. STRITCH 
STACY M. SUMMERS 




Freshmen 









SHEILA R. SUTPHIN 
DANIEL K. SUTTON 
JENNIFER K. SWISHER 
JENNIFER P. TAYLOR 
JOSEPH R. TAYLOR III 



MICHAEL R. TAYLOR 
JENNIFER TEDESCO 
AMY K. THOEMING 
HEATHER R. THOMAS 
MANDY E. THOMAS 



JON M. THORNTON 
JENNIFER E. TIBBOLES 
SUSAN E. TINSLEY 
TRACY L. TOCE 
GREGORY A. TOMLIN 



GERHARD TOTH 
DAVID W. TOUCHTON 
MELANIE K. TRUITT 
CARMEN J. TURILLO 
ANDREW D. TURNER 



RYAN C. TURNER 
TRESA M. TURVIN 
CHRISTOPHER J. TYNAN 
STACEY UNGASH ICK 
KARIN L. UPMEYER 



KIMBERLEE A. VALLS 
ELLIOT A. VASQUEZ 
KAREN M. VAUGHN 
KIMBERLY D. VICKERS 
ROBERT A. VINCENT 



STEPHANIE L. VOWELL 
GRANT M. WAINSCOTT 
MATTHEW G. WALDAU 
JOHN C. WALKER 
MARY D. WALL 



Freshmen 





:■! 

‘i 









ASHLEY L. WALLACE 
KELLY E. WALLS 
HEIKE WEDEKIND 
PETER G. WEEKS 
JULIE L. WEIGMAN 



WILLIAM S. WELCH IV 
LESLIE A. WENINGER 
ANTHONY G. WESTBROCK 
BYRON G. WESTERFIELD 
ROBERT A. WHEEDLETON 



ANN M. WHEELER 
BRETT T. WHIDDEN 
JOHN B. WHITE 
RODERICK H. WHITE 
MICHAEL E. WICKERSHEIM 



JAMES A. WIGGINS 
KRISTIN E. WILEY 
COREY L. WILLIAMS 
STACY A. WILLIAMS 
JOHN C. WILLIAMSON 



HOLLEY L. WILSON 
MELINDA C. WILSON 
APRIL L. WIMBERLY 
TARA E. WISE 
CHAU E. WITHAM 



JACQUELYN E. WITHERS 
CANDY L. WOOD 
STACEY L. WOOD 
COURTNEY P. WRIGHT 
KAREN P. YATES 



PAUL G. YATSKO 
MARTIN S. ZALDIVAR 
MARCUS ZILLMAN 







Freshmen 





INDEX 



A 

AARON, JENNIFER L. 130 
ABDONEY, MATTHEW 140 
ABELL, ERIC W. 152 
ADAMCZEWSKI, JOHN J. 140 
ADAMS, DARAJ. 152 
ADAMS, DAVID J. 152 
ADAMS, LYNN A. 114 
AGNEW, SHANNON E. 130 
AHLBRANDT, TAMMY D. 130 
AIRTH, ELIZABETH E. 152 
AKER, JAMES G. 152 
AKINS, SUZANNE E. 152 
AKIYAMA, TAMOTSU 152 
ALBERTSM A, CAROLINE A. 152 
ALBRIGHT, JENNIFER N, 130 
ALDERMAN, MARY M. 152 
ALDRIDGE, THERESA 114 
ALESSI, GINA M. 152 
ALF1ERI, CHRISTINA M. 152 
ALLEBORN, JEFFREY S 140 
ALLEN, ALEX 152 
ALLEN, MICHELLE E. 130 
ALLEN, PAULIEC. 152 
ALMEIDA, CHRISTINE 140 
ALSTON, AMANDA M. 152 
ALTERGOTT III, JOHN H. 152 
AMENTA, MICHELE R. 152 
AMMERMAN, DAVID F. 140 
ANDERSON, JONATHAN S. 130 
ANDERSON, KAREN S. 140 
ANDREWS, ELIZABETH R. 130 
ANDREWS, JULIE E. 114 
ANDRUS, CHRISTINE A. 152 
ANKLIN, LAURIE I. 140 
ANTHONY, TODD G. 130 
APOSTOL, ANGELA M, 140 
ARLINE, CONNIE E. 130 
ARNOLD, ALLISON M 140 
ARNOLD, CHARLES M. 130 
ARNOLD, NICHOLAS F. 140 
ARUNDELL, KIMBERLY S. 1 40 
ASHDOWN, DENISE E. 140 
ASHLEY, APRIL H. 152 
ASHMORE, KELLY 152 
AUSTIN, SCOTT R. 140 
AVALOS, MARIA A. 152 
AVERY, ANNIE M. 152 
AVERY, JOHN L. 152 
AVERY, ROBYN L. 152 
AYERS, MELISSA A. 130 

B 

BABER, EVERETT K. 130 



BADER, SUSAN K. 152 
BADURAK, JENNIFER A. 152 
BAILEY, ANDREA F. 130 
BAILEY, HEATHER L. 130 
BAILEY, KENNETH M. 140 
BAIR, TODD M. 140 
BALTIMORE, JILL M. 140 
BANFIELD, DAVID S. 140 
BANKS, TRICIA L. 140 
BARCLAY JR, WILLIAM L. 114 
BARKER, CASSANDRA W. 114 
BARNES, CATHERINE 140 
BARNES, CHRISTINA M. 114 
BARNES, GROVER W. 130 
BARNHOLTH, JENNIFER E. 114 
BARRETT, CHARLES F. 130 
BARTON, JENNIFER M. 140 
BARTOS, MICHAEL A. 130 
BASS, CAREY L. 130 
BASSING, AMY C. 152 
BAUCKMAN, JAMIE 140 
BAUER JR, CHARLES E. 152 
B AXL A, ROBERT W. 130 
BEALL, FREDERICK M. 130 
BEAUDRY JR, MARK J. 152 
BECKER, DOUGLAS S. 140 
BECKER, MICHELLE L. 140 
BEDSOLE, MARC L 130 
BEEBE, TERESA L. 140 
BENEDICT, HEATHER D. 130 
BENGERT, JUSTIN J. 152 
BENNETT, ALEXANDER J. 152 
BENNETT, CHRISTOPHER R 152 
BENNETT, NICOLE M. 152 
BENTON, KENNETH R. 130 
BEREND, KEITH R. 130 
BERREE, ALICIA T 152 
BERRY, JANICE L. 140 
BERRYHILI. III, THOMAS O 130 
BEST, KEITH A. 152 
BETHEA IV, PHILIPP. 140 
BETHELL, MARGUERITA L. 130 
BETHELL, NATASHA O. 130 
BETHUNE, IAN M. 152 
BIASELLA, JOSEPH R. 114 
BICKNELL. HOLLY J. 153 
BIRCH, THOMAS R. 114 
BIRKLER, BARBARA K 153 
BISCHOFF, HEATHER L. 140 
BISHOP, CHRISTOPHER J. 130 
BLACK, ALAN R. 114 
BLANCHARD, THERESA E. 115 
BLANKENSHIP, BRIAN K 153 
BLEWETT, DAVID A. 140 
BLOMELEY JR, WILLIAM T. 153 
BLOMQUIST, SUSAN B. 140 
BLONDEAU, ANNE C. 140 
BLOSCH, BRYNA E. 140 
BLUNDO, DAYNA 140 
BOBBITT, JEFFREY M. 153 
BOCHIS, ANASTASIA 140 
BOENING, CHRISTOPHER J 130 
BOGOSIAN, NEAL 140 
BOLET, ANNA M. 130 
BOLINGER, CHRISTY A. 140 
BONCZEK, ZACHARY J. 140 
BONDF.RMAN, JOHN D. 115 
BONHAM, AARON S. 115 



BOONE, ROBERT J. 115 
BORGLUND, TERRY R. 140 
BORING, BRENNA 130 
BOROM, LADREDA A 140 
BORZOMATO, NANCY R 115 
BOSCHULTE JR, JAMES T. 153 
BOSTELMAN, LAURIE L. 130 
BOLSHIE, BRIAN 140 
BOL'W, JENNIFER R 153 
BOWEN, RUSSELL D. 115 
BOWER, CHRISTINE M. 130 
BOWMAN, BRETT K. 140 
BOXMA, AUDRA D. 153 
BRADLEY, CATHERINE A. 153 
BRADLEY, LINDA 130 
BRANTLEY, JEAN A C. 115 
BRATTEN, CHRISTINA M. 153 
BRAUNLICH, CHRISTOPHER J, 153 
BREFSE, EDWARD M. 153 
BRENDEL, JACQUELINE H. 130 
BRENENSTUHL, PIERRE A. 153 
BRESK III, FRANK J. 153 
BRESSLER, SCOTT A 140 
BREUER, HEIDI J. 153 
BRIAN, HENRY K. 153 
BRIDGES, WENDY J. 153 
BRITTON, GEORGE H. 140 
BROADHLRST, DAVID M. 153 
BROCKLEY, DAVID P. 130 
BROGDON, HOWARD B. 115 
BROOKS JR, PHILLIPS A. 140 
BROUGHTON JR, WAYNE P. 115 
BROW N, HEATHER A. 153 
BROWN, JAMES P. 153 
BROWN, KAREN L. 153 
BROWN, KRJSTIEA. 115 
BROWN, MATTHEW A. 153 
BROWN, MIL1NDA I. 115 
BROWN, SH ANNAN E. 153 
BROWN, STEPHANIE M. 140 
BROWN, TRACEY A. 130 
BROWN, WILLIAM K. 153 
BRUNN, CRAIGS. 153 
BUBENTCK, KRISTIN L. 140 
BUCHANAN, KEELEY M. 115 
BUCHHEIT, DEBORAH 140 
BUCKLEY, THOMAS E. 115 
BUTTON, JOHN D. 153 
BULLARD, MARCYL. 130 
BUNCH, ADAM L. 130 
BURBANK, KRISTEN F. 115 
BURHANS JR, LINDSEY P. 130 
BURNHAM, BARBARA 130 
BURNS, TANGELA 130 
BUTCHER, RODNEY P. 130 
BUZZARD, ANGELA C. 115 



c 



CABLE, ROSS E. 140 
CADE, RAEANNE M. 115 
CAIN JR, EDWARD F. 140 



CALDWELL, MARK C. 153 
CALLAHAN, BRIAN A. 130 
CALLOWAY, DEANNA L. 115 
CALVERT, ANDREA L. 130 
CAMERIER, KIM 130 
CAMPBELL, DAVID A. 130 
CAMPBELL, DIANNA S. 130 
CAMPBELL, JEFFREY A. 153 
CAMPBELL, KIMBERLY C. 131 
CAMPBELL, MARK R 153 
CAMPBELL, SUSAN R. 131 
CAMPISI, RENEE L. 153 
CANADA, KATHRYN C. 153 
CANNADAY, MARY F. 131 
CANNATA, JENNIFER L. 141 
CANONICO, KAREN M. 141 
CAP1STA, CHAD E. 153 
CAPWELL, SARA F.. 153 
CARLTON, DARREN T. 115 
CARNES, JIMAG. 131 
CARPINO JR, ALAN 141 
CARRICO, CANDICE A. 141 
CARROLL, ELENA 141 
CARSON, TEKE 153 
CASS ADY, RICHARD L. 115 
CASTEEL, ERIC D. 153 
CASTELLANT, RICHARD F. 1 54 
CAULEY, EDGAR E. 131 
CELEBRE, MARIA G. 115 
CESARI, RASCHELLE A. 141 
CH'NG, ENGTHO 141 
CHADWELL, PAMELA R. 141 
CHA1RES, TRACY A. 141 
CHALFANT, CATHY D. 131 
CHAMPION, CHERYL R 131 
CHANCEY, CLAY G. 154 
CHANCEY, KELLY E. 131 
CHANCEY, LEE M. 131 
CHANDLER, BRADLEY E. 154 
CHANDLER, LISA J. 141 
CHAPLIN, KELLIE M. 154 
CHAPMAN, RICHARD L. 154 
CHASE, RANDY G. 154 
CHASF.Y, STEVEN H. 141 
CHATFTELD, CHRISTOPHER L. 141 
CHOATE, DIXIE L. 154 
CHRETIEN, GEOFFREY H. 141 
CHRISTENSON, CAROL J. 154 
CHRISTMAN, TIMOTHY W 131 
CHURCH, STEPHANIE T. 154 
CIESLAK, JANINE M. 154 
CLARK, ARF.TI T. 131 
CLARK, CHRISTOPHER T. 115 
CLARK, ROBIN L 141 
CLARKE, TANYA I. 131 
CLARY, GERI 131 
CLEVELAND, JOHN P. 13! 
CLEVELAND, TRACI L. 154 
CLIFTON, PERRIN 115 
CLOER, MICHAEL G. 141 
COATS, GEORGE R. 131 
COCHRAN, TARA L. 131 
COCHRANE, PEGGY S. 141 
COCK1LL, PATRICK J 154 
CODY, KELEEN A. 115 
COLBORN, DEANNA A. 154 
COLE, PADGETE. 154 
COLE JR, RICHARDS. 154 



Index 



INDEX 



COLETTI, SCOTT L. 154 
COLLINS, CHRISTINA M. 154 
COLON, MARIA E. 115 
CONA, GARY R. 141 
CONGDON, SETH C. 154 
CONKLIN, AMY E. 154 
CONLEY, CHRISTOPHER G. 154 
CONROY, ELIZABETH A. 154 
CONWAY, KAREN A. 154 
COOK, FAYED. 115 
COOK, KATHRYN 115 
COOK, KEVIN E. 154 
COOK, RENEE L. 141 
COOKSEY, THOMAS C. 131 

COON, NICHOLAS R. 131 
COOPER, CHRISTINE A 154 

COPE, ERICA Y. 154 
COPELAND, WARREN K. 115 
CORUM, KARIB. 141 
COTTON, KRISTEN S. 154 
COUNCIL, TRAVIS D. 131 
COX, BRIAN J. 154 
CRAIN, MELISSA L. 115 
CRAWFORD, RICHARD J. 131 
CRAWFORD, TRACY L. 115 
CRAWFORD-BROWN, CAREY 141 
CRIST-SITTA, ALLISON J. 115 
CRITES, ERIC 131 
CROCKETT, GRANT D. 154 
CROMACK, AMY L. 154 
CROSS, JENNIFER K. 131 
CUNNINGHAM, JEAN M. 154 
CUNNINGHAM, JULIA L. 1 54 
CURLEY JR, DONALD B. 154 
CUSTER, REBECCA R 154 
CUTTS, TIFFANY D. 154 



D 



DALY JR, CHARLES J. 115 
DANIEL, EDWINA E. 155 
DANIEL, FRIEDRIKE 155 
DANIELS, CRISTINA Y, 155 
DANIELS, DAVID A. 131 
DAUGHERTY, SHANNON L. 1 1 5 
DAUM, DAUNE W. 115 
DAVE, ALPA R. 155 
DAVENPORT, JASON C. 155 
DAVENPORT, S HARON Z. 115 
D AVERS A, JEFFREY 155 
DAVIDSON, DEANNE E. 155 
DAVIES, KERAL. 115 
DAVIS, CHRISTOPHER P. 116 
DAVIS, DAVID L. 155 
DAVIS, JANET L. 116 
DAVIS, KELI A. 141 
DAVIS, LAURA M. 116 
DAVIS, PETER P. 141 
DAVIS, RONALD A. 141 
DAVIS, RUTLEDGE L. 141 
DAVIS, TRENT E. 142 



DAY, AMY E. 131 
DEAKINS, ROBERTA A. 131 
DEANGELIS, BRIAN 155 
DEARING, SEAN D. 155 
DEBROWER, EDWARD T. 155 
DECLUE, CHRISTOPHER D. 155 
DECLUE, JONATHAN R. 142 
DEETS, KIRSTIN R. 116 
DEFAZIO, TERESA E. 116 
DELAC, ANDREW 142 
DELATORRE, CARLOS A. 142 
DELIKAT, TERRENCE S. 155 
DELVECCHIO, JOSEPH M. 131 
DEMAREST, SUSAN L. 155 
DEMOSS, JUDITH L. 116 
DENSON, DARRYL R. 142 
DEPETRIS, ERIC R. 116 
DERAGON, DONNA M. 155 
DESBIENS, LOUIS 142 
DESOUSA, TERESA H. 116 
DETTMAN, CYNTHIA L. 142 
DEVANE, MARY E. 131 
DEVANE, RUSSELL H. 155 
DEVICO, JOSEPH G. 131 
DEVITT, MARIA M. 155 
DIAMOND, MICHAEL W. 142 
DIAZ, DAHLIA A. 131 
DICARLO, JODI M. 142 
DICKEY V, FIELDING H 142 
DICKINSON, KIMBERLY A. 1 16 
D1EDR1CK, AMY S. 142 
DIEM, DARRIN R. 155 
DIETZ, ZACHARI AH L. 155 
DIFAVA, RONALD 155 
DIGREGORY, GREGORY N. 142 
DILLON, CAROLINE 155 
DIMARZIO, MARK E. 142 
DINKINS, BENJAMINS. 142 
DIONISIO, THOMAS A. 155 
DISHMAN, WILLIAM D. 155 
DITTOS, JILL L. 131 
DITULLIO, COURTNEY 131 
DIXON, DOUGLAS A. 166 
DOEL, COREY R. 155 
DOHERTY JR, JOHN T. 142 
DORITY, GERRI L. 117 
DORSEY, MARY J. 155 
DOUGHTY, LISA E. 117 
DOUGLAS, STEPHEN J. 142 
DOVALE, SHADIA M. 156 
DOWDY, KATHRYN A. 131 
DOWNEY, RACHEL J 131 
DOZER, ALAND. 156 
DRABENT, DEBORAH C. 156 
DRAKE, CATHY A. 142 
DRAKE, CHRISTINE L. 142 
DRAKE, MICHELLE R. 131 
DROST, WILLIAM 142 
DUBENDORFER, ANGELA 156 
DUDDY, CAROLYN A 117 
DUDLEY, GINGER L. 142 
DUNBAR, CHAD M 142 
DUNLEVY, DOUGLAS B. 156 
DURHAN JR, MICHAEL D. 156 
DURRANCE, ROBERT L. 142 
DWYER, DENISE 117 
DYMMEK, SADIE D. 142 
DZIAMBA, AMANDA L. 117 



E 



EARL, WINDY I.. 131 
EASTER, MELINDA K. 117 
EASTON, JILLIAN S, 142 
EATMAN, REBECCA A. 142 
EATMON, JAMES T. 142 
EBANKS, CASSANDRA S. 156 
EBERLEIN, JODI L. 131 
EBERT, KELLI A. 131 
ECKHARDT, DAVID J. 156 
EDMUND, MARY E. 131 
EDWARD, ALBERT L, 142 
EDWARDS, APRIL C. 156 
EDWARDS, ELAINE L. 117 
EDWARDS, TRACY L. 156 
EGAN, JOHN B. 156 
EGOLF, DANA L. 117 
EISEN, JERRY L. 142 
EKES, STEPHEN E. 156 
ELGUEZABAL, EDDY 156 
ELLINGTON, LORI A. 117 
ELLIS, PATRICK W. 131 
ELLIS III, CARL M. 117 
EMERY, KELLEY L. 156 
ENAMA, GAYLE A. 131 
ENDERLE, KRISTI L. 156 
ENSIGN, ROBERT E. 156 
ENSMINGER, TAWN YA D. 1 56 
ESCHRICH, EILEEN J. 131 
ESCOBAR, SANTIAGO 156 
ESPER, JULIE A. 117 
ESTOK, STEPHEN A. 131 
EUBANK, JEANELLE A. 117 
EVANS, ANDREA D. 131 
EVANS, DONNA C. 156 
EVANS, JAMES P 142 
EVANS, MARLA E. 131 
EVANS, RHONDA L. 142 



F 



FACEY, MARSHA H. 142 
FAGAN, GLEN R. 117 
FALLON, MARIA T. 142 
FALONL JAMES J. 142 
FANEUFF, KENNETH W. 1 42 
FANNIN JR, ROBERT E. 142 
FARLEY, DANA R. 142 
FARMER, TRACI P. 142 
FARRELL, AMY S. 156 
FASSMAN, JENNIFER A. 142 
FAUGHT, GREGORY S. 131 
FAZLIN, ROXANNA L. 156 



FECHT, DAVID 156 
FEINGOLD, LORI L. 131 
FELLNER, ANDREA K. 156 
FERGUSON, KERRI M. 156 
FERGUSON, SCOTT A. 142 
FERLISE, VICKI J 131 
FERRARA, KATHERINE J. 142 
FESSEL, ELISABETH A. 142 
FESSLER, SCOTT A. 156 
FEUSER, STEPHANIE A. 117 
FIFE, KAREN E. 131 
FIFE, SUSAN 132 
FINDLAY, CHRISTINE M. 142 
FINN, ANDREA D. 156 
FISH, CHRISTINA A. 156 
FISHER, AMY M. 142 
FISHER, ROBERT L. 142 
FLACK, VICTOR R. 117 
FLAGG, DEBORAH L. 117 
FLECK, AMANDA S. 156 
FLEITZ, PATRICK D. 117 
FLETCHER, JEFFREY S. 142 
FLETCHER, KARA S. 117 
FOCHT, KRISTINE C. 142 
FONTANA, ROBERT I.. 117 
FONTANA, SUSANNE 142 
FORAN, MARIA C. 156 
FORD, MELISSA E. 142 
FORNESS, ANDREW E. 143 
FORTENBERRY, TERESA M 143 
FOX, TAMARA A. 143 
FRANCIS, ERMA C. 156 
FRANCO, ANGELINA B. 132 
FRANCO, VIRGINIA 132 
FRANZKE, DEBORAH J. 143 
FREDERICK, WILLIAM J. 156 
FREDRICKSON, RICHARD B. 156 
FREEBERN, GEOFFREY D. 132 
FREEMAN, JULIE A. 143 
FREESE, BRETT W. 143 
FRICK, CHAD M. 132 
FRICK, TOD A. 132 
FRIERMAN, CHARLES S. 156 
FRIERMAN, JUDITH L. 132 
FRINK, KIMBERLY A. 156 
FUER II, JOSEPH 143 
FUHR, RONALD J. 117 
FUNKHOUSER, MEREDITH M. 156 
FURNAR1 III, JOSEPH 132 
FURROW, ALBERT L. 157 
FETCH, SEAN D. 143 



G 



GABEL, KRISTINE L. 157 
GALICA, KELLEY M 132 
GALLEN, DONNA C. 132 
GALLOWAY, CHET K. 157 
GALUSKA, SUSAN E. 157 
GAMMILL, ARI R. 157 
GANGER, AMY W. 143 
GANSNER III, GEORGE A. 157 



Index 



INDEX 



GARDNER, DAVID H. 132 
GARMON, CHRISTOPHER W 157 
GARR, SHELLIE P. 157 
G ARRAS TEG L'l, MIRIAM I. 157 
GAYLE, ROBIN S. 157 
GEIGER, BRIAN D. 117 
GELARDI, MICHAEL 117 
GERG, BRENDA J. 117 
GERHART, ERIC Q. 117 
GERINGSWALD, RICHARD J. 143 
GERNAZIAN, JALONNE K. 1 32 
GETNER, GLENN M. 143 
GIBSON, APRIL M. 157 
GIDDENS, ELLEN L. 132 
GIDDINGS, CHRISTOPHER 143 
GIESCHEN, KATHERINE M. 132 
GIFFORD, HEATHER M. 157 
GILBERT, MICHAEL K. 157 
GILFORD, KRISTIE L. 157 
GILMORE, CYNTHIA C. 117 
GILMORE, JEANETTE M. 143 
GIRARD, JULIA G. 157 
GIRARD, WYNDHAM J. 132 
GLEASON, LORE D. 157 
GODDARD, JULIE A. 157 
GODUTI, FREDERICK C. 157 
GOELZ, TRACY L. 132 
GOMES, PETER C. 143 
GOMEZ, ELSE 117 
GONGWER, TODD 143 
GOODGER, SCOTT M. 143 
GOODMAN, CHRISTY P. 132 
GOODSON, LAMONICA D. 157 
GORDON, TAMBRIAL. 132 
GRABINSK1, MICHELLE L. 157 
GRAHAM, SCOTT W. 117 
GRAHAM, WANDA Y. 157 
GRANDIN, TARAS. 132 
GREATHOUSE, CHAD A. 157 
GREEN, CLARK E. 157 
GREENE, JILL N. 157 
GRESSEL, STEVE L. 157 
GRIFFIN IV, BEN H. 158 
GRIFFITH, DAWN M. 132 
GRIFFITH, MORRIS S. 143 
GRIFFITH II, CARL T. 158 
GRIMM, BURTON P. 143 
GRIMMETT, BARRY D. 117 
GRIMMETT, CARY D. 117 
GROOMS, JENNIFER L. 143 
GROSS, PHYLLIS M. 143 
GROTH, ERIC D. 117 
GULLI, DAVID J. 158 
GUZMAN, RICARLOS 158 
GYULAI, BRIAN J. 158 



H 



HAAKON, PETER C. 158 
HAAS, NANCY A. 117 
HAAS, REBECCA E. 143 
HAKE, EDWARD A. 158 



HALDANE, CLINTON J. 132 
HALE II, GEORGE D. 132 
HALGRIM, JOHN C. 132 
HALL, CHRISTINA L. 158 
HALL, JEFF A. 117 
HALL, LEE A. 132 
HALLMAN, APRIL L. 158 
HALLMAN, MICHAEL T. 158 
HAMILTON, JULIE L. 143 
HAMM, ELISA J. 158 
HAMRICK, SHANNON M 143 
HANSCEL, ELLA B 143 
HANSEN, CYNTHIA B 143 
HARALSON, MELISSA I.. 143 
HARALSON, STAC1 M. 143 
HARBISON, LESLIE A. 158 
HARDIE, TRACY D. 132 
HARDWICK, GREGORY E. 158 
HARGROVE, BARABRA G. 117 
HARLEY, LASUNDRA A. 158 
HARPER, MATTHEW J. 158 
HARRELL, WENDY S. 143 
HARRIS, HEATHER L. 143 
HARRIS, KRISTY E. 158 
HARRISON, STEPHANIE L. 143 
HART, KEVIN A. 143 
HARTMAN, DEAN A L. 143 
HARTMAN, JOCELYN B. 158 
HARVEY, KIMBERLY A. 143 
HAWK, LAURIE J. 158 
HAYNES, MICHAEL A. 132 
HAZELTON, SHANNON E. 1 17 
HEATH, EMILY D. 143 
HEBERT, DAVID T. 158 
HECK, CARLENE S. 158 
HEDGECOCK, RUSSELL L. 158 
HEFFNER, TRACY D. 132 
HEFKE, DENISE L. 132 
HEIDER, JENNIFER J. 158 
HEINTZELMAN, CHRISTINE E. 143 
HELMS, WENDY R. 158 
HENDERSON, LINDA S. 117 
HENEISEN, CHRISTIAN 158 
HENK, SOPHIA L. 118 
HENNING, SUSAN M. 143 
HENNINGES, JOHN M. 1 18 
HENRICI, KARINA G. 118 
HENSLEY, HEATHER L. 158 
HER1NG, BRENT 158 
HERMANN, ELIZABETH A. 143 
HERNANDEZ, SILVIANA 118 
HERN ANDEZ-CAMPO, JOSE M, 158 
HERNDON, KIRSTEN A. 118 
HERRERA, EVA M. 132 
HERRERA, LAURA M. 132 
HESSINGER, LINDA J. 143 
HEWITT, E. ADAIR 118 
HEYWOOD, VICTORIA A. 132 
HICKEN, DAWN M 158 
HICKS, STACY M. 118 
HIDELL JR, THOMAS M. 158 
HIGINBOTHAM, DELINDA A. 118 
HIGINBOTHAM, HOLLY 158 
HILBERT, TOM D. 143 
HILDENBRAND, JOHN W. 158 
HILL, MELANIE A. 143 
HILLIARD, JENNIFER L. 158 
HILLS, NICOLE R. 158 



HILSON, KRISTINA L. 158 
HINEMAN, RODNEY L. 158 
HINSON, WILLIAM B. 159 
HITT, JEFFREY A. 132 
HODGES, DAVID R. 143 
HODGES, DONNA R. 118 
HODGES, JENNIFER L. 132 
HODGES, TRAVIS 159 
HODSDON, KENNETH W. 159 
HOFBAUER, KENNETH J. 143 
HOFFMEYER, RHISSA R. 143 
HOLLIFIELD, ERIN A. 143 
HOLLIS, LYNNE. 159 
HOLMES, CHARLES B. 118 
HOLT, KIMBERLY L. 119 
HOOD, ALLENS. 119 
HOPP, ELIZABETH A. 159 
HOPPE, JULIA A. 132 
HOSKINSON, CINDY 143 
HOSKINSON, JOHN R. 159 
HOSKINSON, NANCY K. 143 
HOUGH, DAVID L. 159 
HOWARD, JEFFERY J. 143 
HOWE, RECECCA J. 159 
HOWELL, E. GARRICK 159 
HOWER, CAROLE L. 143 
HUBER, HOLLY L. 132 
HUBER, JAMES C. 132 
HUDSON, MICHAEL T. 119 
HUDSON, TODD S. 132 
HUHBNER, ALLISON E. 159 
HUFFMAN, BONNIE J. 1 19 
HUGHES, BRIAN R. 159 
HUGHES, CRAIG R. 159 
HUGHES, JOHN I. 132 
HUGHES, KATHRYN W. 159 
HULTEN, MICHAEL A. 119 
HUNT, EDWIN E. 132 
HUNT, JENNIFER T. 146 
HUNT, JOHN M. 146 
HUNT, KIMBERLY B. 132 
HURNER, LAURIE A. 146 
HUTCHINSON, DAVID O. 159 
HUTTO, JENNIFER E. 146 

I 

1GLESIAS, CRISTINA V. 159 
INMAN, MICHELE 119 
INMAN JR, RAYMOND M. 159 
INNESS, MITCHELL T. 159 
INTAGLIATA, LISA C. 146 
IOSUE, CARMELA F. 159 
IOSUE, VINCENT F. 146 

J 



JACK, BRYAN D. 132 
JACK, JEANA R. 119 
JACKSON, KELLY A. 159 
JACKSON, KELLY D. 119 
JACKSON, MICHELLE L. 146 
JACKSON, SHERYL K. 119 
J AGO, ELIZABETH B. 132 
JAKUBOWSKI, SCOTT J. 146 
JAMES, KENNETH D. 132 
JAMES, WILLIAM H. 132 
JAMSHID, DAVID K. 159 
JAMSHID, JON F. 146 
JARRETT, GEORGE S. 146 
JAUREGLT, DOLORES A. 132 
JEFFRIES, CAREY 146 
JEFFRIES, MARY M. 132 
JEFFRIES 11, MICHAEL A. 132 
JENDRZEJEWSKI, LORI A. 146 
JENKINS, DAVID N. 119 
JENKINS, JULIE 146 
JENNINGS, ANDREA B. 146 
JERANTOWSKI, SHERRI L. 159 
JOHANSEN, CINDY A. 1 19 
JOHNSON, ANGELA F. 132 
JOHNSON, CARRIE S. 159 
JOHNSON, JANA P. 159 
JOHNSON JR., JIMMY L. 146 
JOHNSON, JODI A. 159 
JOHNSON, MATTHEW K. 162 
JOHNSON, NANCY B 119 
JOHNSON, SHANNON D. 133 
JOHNSON, SHERMAN L. 1 19 
JOHNSON JR, ELMER D. 159 
JOINER, KEVIN R. 162 
JOLLY, GREGORY F. 119 
JONES, CAMILLE S. 119 
JONES, CLIFFORD T. 162 
JONES, ELIZABETH F. 146 
JONES, GREGORY 133 
JONES, JODI L. 119 
JONES, JULIE M. 162 
JONES, MICHAEL J. 162 
JONES, PETER E. 162 
JUAREZ, ROMANS. 162 
JULIANO, MARK S. 162 
JUSTICE, LEIGH A. 133 



K 



KACZMARSKI, AMY S. 162 
KAHL, PATRICK E. 162 
KALNA, NANCY A. 146 
KAMBERG, CHRISTOPHER T. 162 
KAPLAN, ZACHARY C. 162 
KARO, CHRISTOPHER J. 162 
KASS, VANESSA M. 162 
KASZA, LISA M. 162 
KATROS, HANS M. 146 
KATSIKAS, CHRISTINE L. 146 
KAUFMAN, JENNIFER B. 146 
KAYLOR, JOHN D. 162 
KEENER, MARYJANE 133 




Index 



INDEX 



KENNEDY, BRIAN A. 146 
KENNELLY, KAYE 146 
KENT, JULIE L. 146 
KERR JR, ROBERT S. 133 
KERSHAW, KATHRYN D. 162 
KERSHAW, KIMBERLY S. 162 
KESTER, MARCINDA M. 146 
KETTER, MICHAEL R. 146 
KEWESHAN, JENNIFER L. 162 
KIEPE, KARIE. 133 
KING, DAWN M. 162 
KING, TRACY L. 162 
KIRCHER, MICHAEL S. 119 
KIRWIN JR, JAMES P, 133 
KITAY, BRIAN S. 162 
KLAAS, BRIAN J. 162 
KLEIN, SHANNON K. 162 
KLEINMANN, CRAIG J. 162 
KLEINMANN, KEITH C. 199 
KLEMAN, JENNIFER L. 133 
KNIGHT, AMY S. 162 
KNOLLINGER, AMY M. 162 
KNOTTS, TRINA A. 146 
KNUCKLES, AMY J. 162 
KONDOR, DAVID A. 146 
KRATZER, E. CHRISTOPER 119 
KREUSCHER, ALLEN A. 119 
KRICHBAUM, KERRY L. 162 
KRINEK, TRIC1A A. 119 
KRUCK, JENNIFER A. 133 
KUCKS, BRYCE T. 162 
KULL, KAREN L. 119 
KULP, SUSAN C. 146 
KURZ, SETH C. 162 
KYNARD, KARI C. 119 



L 



LACROIX, MINETTE L. 119 
LADIMIR, ROBERT L. 162 
LAGG, RONALD A. 163 
LAHMAN, ELIZABETH A. 1 33 
LAMBERT, COLON L. 133 
LAMBERT, ROBERT L. 133 
LANG, STEFANIE K. 146 
LANGFORD SR., THOMAS W 119 
LANGSTON, BILLY C. 119 
LAVOIE, JUDITH M. 119 
LAWRENCE, JENNIFER A. 146 
LAWS, MATTHEW S. 163 
LAYTON, BRIAN W. 146 
LEAHY, THOMAS J. 133 
LEAK, KENAD. 163 
I.EBARON, JESSICA E. 163 
LEBLANC, TIMOTHY D. 163 
LECATES, ALICIA C. 163 
LEE, CHRISTOPHER A. 163 
LEE, DAVID A. 146 
LEE, JEFFREY D. 133 
LEE, KURYNEM. 119 
LEE, LORY M. 163 
LEFEBRE, ROBERT R, 133 



LEGG, LARRY K. 163 
LENSETH, KRISTINA H. 163 
LESNIEWSKI, JEFFREY W. 163 
LETO, TIMOTHY J. 146 
LEW, YUN S. 119 
LEWIS, ALICIA 146 
LEWIS, PORTIA L. 133 
LICKLITER, KIM T. 133 
LICKLITER, LYN A. 163 
LIEBERT, DAVID T. 146 
LILLY, SCOTT R. 163 
LIM, YEEH. 163 
LINDEMANN, DEBORAH A. 1 19 
LINDSAY, MARK A. 146 
LINEBERGER, SELENA M. 146 
LING, TIMOTHY S. 119 
LINN, JENNIFER K. 146 
LIPTAK, VINCENT P. 146 
LISK, LANAEC. 163 
LOBAUGH, TRICIA L. 146 
LOESCHE, BERNADETTE J. 119 
LOFINK, RICHARD J. 146 
LOR ANCE, DENISE 133 
LORREN, MELEY L. 146 
LOVELL, CLAIRE M. 119 
LUBERTAZZA, CHERYLN A. 146 
LUCAS, BARBARA A. 163 
LUCAS, KRISTA L. 163 
LUCKIE, DANA M. 163 
LL'DDEN, ROBIN A 133 
LUGO, EDWARD 146 
LUGO, MARISOL 163 
LUKES, MELISSA A. 163 
LUTHER, KRISTIN D. 163 
LYNCH, KARYN E. 133 
LYTLE, STEPHANIE A. 163 



M 



MACEY, ROBERTA. 133 
MACH, C. V. TRUIT 133 
MACHADO, MICHAEL J. 133 
M ACK AY, ROBERT D. 119 
MACKENZIE, ROBERT H. 122 
MACKLER, JENNIFER L. 163 
MACOMBER, MARC A. 163 
MACY, ATHENA L. 163 
MADDOX, MARY S. 122 
MAIER, KIMBERLY A. 122 
MAIOLO, JENNIFER A. 146 
MAKIN, JENNIFER L. 133 
MALLAGHAN, RYAN J. 164 
MALLEY, DEANNE E. 146 
MALLIN, TRACEY A. 146 
MALLOY, MOLLY K. 122 
MALM, DENISE 164 
MALONEY, MICHAEL T. 133 
MANSHENO, THALIA 164 
MANCUSO, BRIAN J. 164 
MANEY, TOLBERT 11. 164 
MANLEY, LEEANN 133 
MANN, TRACY E. 146 



MANNING, LEIGH C. 122 
MANSIKA, MELYNDA J. 133 
MANSO, RAYNER 122 
MAPLES, PAMELA M. 147 
MARCHITTO, JEFFREY 147 
MARCHITTO, STEPHEN J. 164 
MARCOUX, RODERICK T. 164 
MARICHAL, DAVID J. 147 
MARICHAL, LISA M. 164 
MARINO, RICHARD A. 147 
MARIUCCI, RICHARD M. 164 
MARRETTA, LYNN 133 
MARTELL, JULIE L. 147 
MARTIN, CHRISTINE K. 133 
MARTIN. DONNA A. 164 
MARTIN, SHAUN M. 164 
MARTIN, TRACY L. 147 
MARTINA, PHILIP C. 122 
MARTINEZ, BETTY D. 122 
MARTINEZ, ROBIN J. 122 
MARTY, KURT 147 
MASTERSON, LAWRENCE 122 
MATKOVICH, TRACY A. 164 
MATRISIAN, MATTHEW J. 164 
MATSON, DAVID A. 133 
MATTHEWS, JASON C. 164 
MAULTSBY, JEFFREY L. 123 
MAURER, JOSEPH H. 164 
MAXFIELD, AMY R. 147 
MAXSON, MARG.ARET D. 133 
MAXWELL, LAWRENCE T. 164 
MAY, TIMOTHY M. 133 
MAYHALL, TANYA M. 133 
MAYNARD, JULEE 147 
MAZZELLA, JOHN 164 
MAZZEO, LISA M. 164 
MCALWEE, JENNIFER A. 147 
MCCANN, JONATHN E. 164 
MCCARTHY, KELLY C. 147 
MCCARTHY, PATRICIA L. 123 
MCCAULEY, CARYBETH 164 
MCCAUSLAND, VIRGINIA W. 123 
MCCONNAUGHHAY, M. G. 133 
MCCOOL, PATRICIA 147 
MCCREA, ERIC S. 123 
MCCRF.ANOR, COLEEN M 164 
MCCULLOUGH, KARI A. 147 
MCDONALD, MELISSA K. 133 
MCFADYEN, KATHERINE E. 123 
MCGILL, CHRISTOPHER B. 147 
MCGINNIS, SHAUN J. 164 
MCGLYNN, WILLIAM R. 147 
MCILVAINE, WILLIAM R. 147 
MCKENNA, DEIRDRA E. 164 
MCKNIGHT, PATRICK J. 147 
MCLEANN, ELIZABETH A, 133 
MCLUCKIE, LYNNE E. 147 
MCQUOWN, CHERYL A. 164 
MCRAE, CANDICE M. 164 
MCSWAIN, KATHERINE D. 147 
MCTARNAGHAN, JANEL K. 164 
MCVEIGH, KEITH J. 133 
MCWILLIAMS, NANCY K. 133 
MEEKER, DAWN 164 
MEGINLEY, JANET M. 164 
MELTZER, SUSAN M. 164 
MENA, PAUL 164 
MENCARELLI, LORI B 164 



MENCHAN, DEREK F. 123 
MENGE, STEPHEN R. 133 
MENON, LEKHA S. 133 
MENS WAR, BRANT C. 164 
MERCADO, MELISSA L. 133 
MERCURI, GINA 164 
MEREDITH, CHRIS D, 133 
MERRITT, BARBARA A. 164 
MERTES, ELIZABETH M. 164 
METZNER, ERIC J. 123 
MEYER, ERIC B. 165 
MEYER, JENNIFER K. 165 
MEYER, STEPHANIE!. 165 
MICHAUD, TODD M. 165 
MICUCCI, MICHAEL A. 147 
MILFORD, JULIE A. 133 
MILLEN, ELIZABETH C. 147 
MILLER, ANTHONY R. 165 
MILLER, CARRIE L. 123 
MILLER, DONNA J. 165 
MILLER, MICHELLE M. 165 
MILLER, PAULETTE A. 147 
MILLER, STEPHANIE S. 147 
MILLER, SUSAN M. 123 
MILLER, TERRENCE R 133 
MILLIGAN, TAMMY D. 133 
MILLS, PAMELA D. 147 
MILNER, JERR1E D. 165 
MILNER, JOY D. 133 
MINTX, HOLLY M. 148 
MIRAGLIA, BARBARA J. 123 
MIRO, FRANCIS G. 136 
MITCHELL, LAZARUS M. 136 
MITCHELL, PATRICK A. 123 
MIZZI, LAURIE A. 123 
MOBLEY, CARLA C. 136 
MOENNING, DANIEL K. 148 
MOFFETT, LISA M. 148 
MOHLER, JULIANNE L. 165 
MONROE, JAMES M. 123 
MONTGOMERY, MICHELLE M 165 
MOORE, JOHNS. 123 
MOORHEAD, STEPHANIE C. 148 
MORGAN, BARBARA D. 148 
MORGAN, JOHN M. 165 
MORLEY, STACEY E. 123 
MORROW, KELLY L. 165 
MORTON, MICHELLE A. 148 
MOSLEY, MELISSA D. 165 
MOSSBURG, CHRISTOPHER M. 165 
MOYER IV, ARNOLD R 148 
MUELLER, JOY J. 165 
MULCAY, KATHERINE A. 136 
MULHALL, MICHELE M. 165 
MULLINAX, JO-LISA 123 
MUNDY, JEFFREY A. 165 
MURA, DAWN M. 148 
MURDOCK, LAURA J. 136 
MURPHY, STEPHEN P. 123 
MURRAY, CHRISTOPHER M 123 
MURRAY, JENNIFER J. 165 
MURRAY, SEAN F. 136 
MURRAY, STEPHEN J. 123 
MURRAY, TRACY D. 148 
MUSE, ELLEN N. 165 
MUSE, KIMBERLY A. 123 
MUSICK, MICHELLE L. 148 
MYERS, JAMES T. 165 



Index 



INDEX 



N 

NAHM, NANCY Y. 123 
NAVAS, JENNIFER M. 123 
NEEL, JASON A. 148 
NEILL, KEVIN L. 165 
NE1TZKE, MARK J. 148 
NELSON, DEBORAH J. 136 
NERI, CHRISTOPHER J. 1 23 
NESSAMAR, JESSICA R. 136 
NEWBERG, ANTHONY C. 165 
NEWELL, JANE S. 165 
NEWMARK, LAURA M. 165 
NICHOLASON, LORI J. 165 
NISSEN, CLARK E. 123 
NOETZEL, DAVID A. 123 
NORCROSS, MATTHEW A. 166 
NORRIS, MARIS L. 148 
NORTON, CAROLYN G. 166 
NORTON III, THOMAS H. 148 
NOTTAGE, BRIAN A. 148 
NO VAY, CHRISTIAN 123 
NUNEZ, JORGE 136 
NUTT, NIVEN G. 136 

o 

O’REILLY, KRISTA M. 166 
OAKLEY, CYNTHIA K. 136 
OAKLEY, THERESA M. 166 
OATES, NANCY E. 166 
O’CONNELL, ANDREW A. 166 
O’DELL, KELLI K. 166 
ODIORNE, ROBERT S. 136 
O'DONNELL, KELLY S. 148 
O’DRISCOLL, BRIAN D. 136 
O’FALLON, THOMAS E. 148 
OLSON, KIMBERLY A. 148 
OSBORN, DEBORAH W. 123 
OSBORNE, GREGORY T, 136 
OSBORNE, HAL E. 166 
OSTROSKY, LEO E. 166 
OTT, SHARON L. 148 
OUTHWAITE, WHITNEY N. 166 
OVERCAST, MICHELLE L. 136 
OVERSTREET, KRISTEN A. 123 
OVERTON, DEBORAH R. 148 
OWEN, CAROLYN J. 136 
OWEN, WARREN A. 148 
OWEN II, STEVEN C. 166 

P 



PACIERO, CHRISTINE M. 136 
PADGETT, MELISSA E. 148 
PAGE, STACEY A. 136 
PAGEL, VICKY L. 166 
PAGNETTI, ALEXANDER T. 166 
PAMBELLO, AMY B 136 
PANGRAZIO, EILAH I. 166 
PARKER, JOSEPH P. 166 
PARKER, STEVE D. 136 
PARSONS, HOLLY M. 136 
PARSONS, LUCINDA S. 123 
PARSONS, MELISANDE A. 148 
PASLEY, DONNA L. 166 
PASSARETTI, SUSAN 166 
PATEL, BIRJU B. 166 
PATRICK, CHRISTOPHER 166 
PATRICK, ROSE M. 123 
PATRIQUIN, BRENT 166 
PATTERSON, PATRICK W. 136 
PATTON, BRADLEY S. 123 
PATTON, DEBORAH A 148 
PAVANO, CHRISTINE A. 148 
PAYNE, CHRISTIAN E. 148 
PAZOS, DIANA V. 123 
PEARS, JAMES L. 166 
PEARSON, CHRISTOPHER 148 
PECHACEK, OLIVER D. 136 
PELHAM, STACY A. 123 
PENCE, SCOTT T. 166 
PERCY, TODD D. 136 
PEREZ, JOANNA M. 166 
PERKINS, JEFFREY A. 136 
PERRY, JESSICA R. 166 
PETERSON, COLLEEN M. 123 
PETREY, KARIN L. 136 
PETRONE, GUY D. 148 
PETTIFORD JR., LEONARD A. 134 
PEZZEMINTI, CASSANDRA M. 166 
PHELPS, KYLE L. 148 
PHILLIPS, CHRISTOPHER D. 136 
PHIPPS, AMY E. 148 
PHYPERS, DANIELLE L. 148 
PIKE, CATHY A. 148 
PILLITTERI, DORENE A 148 
PILOT, DOUGLAS R. 148 
PIZZO, JENNIFER L. 148 
PLOOF, PAMELA M. 166 
POLK, BARBARA J. 136 
POLLMAN, RACHEL L. 123 
POLLNOW, TANYA A. 166 
PONTUTI, KAREN L, 136 
POPPELL, SHANNON E. 124 
POSICK, LAURA E. 148 
POWELL, MICHAEL E. 124 
POWERS, JACQUELIN V. 136 
POYNTER, MARIA T. 166 
PRECOURT, APRIL L. 148 
PREMO, GREGORY J 166 
PRINZ, VALERIE E. 166 
PRIOR, STACIA E. 166 
PRITCHARD, MEGAN E. 148 
PROW, THERESA F. 148 
PRYOR, TRACY A. 124 
PUGH, DEBRA L. 124 
PUGH, JILL E. 166 
PUGSLEY, MELINDA L. 166 
PYATT, DAWNA L. 136 



Q 



QUEEN, JENNIFER C. 148 
QUINN, CHRISTIAN N. 124 



R 



RACE, JENNIFER C. 166 
RADEBAUGH, DANIEL R. 166 
RAHMAN, UDANI A. 148 
RAJARAM, SUJATHA 136 
RANDOLPH, BARBARA A. 167 
RANEY, ALEXANDRA E. 124 
RANSOM, JAMES V. 136 
RAPONT, MARKL. 167 
RAPP, TARA A. 167 
RASCO, VICKIS. 148 
RASMUSSEN-TAXDA, E. 134 
RATHBURN, KARI B. 124 
RATTMAN, AMY C. 148 
READ, JULIE D. 124 
READY, KIM 124 
REAMS, CHRIS A. 136 
REDD, NICHOLAS A. 136 
REDDICK, CAROLYN M. 124 
REED, SALLY M. 136 
REEMELIN, MARK E. 148 
REGAN, BRIAN D. 148 
REILLY, WILLIAM B. 125 
REN'TZ, WALTER L. 136 
REUBER, JOHNC. 167 
REYNOLDS, RACHELLE A. 148 
REYNOLDS, RfiBA B. 148 
REYNOLDS JR., RICHARD K. 167 
RHEA, JEFFREY H. 134 
RHOADES, DAWN M. 148 
RHODES JR., WILLIAM J. 149 
R1CART, RICHARD P. 125 
RICE, DAWN D. 167 
RICE, WILLIAM A. 167 
RICHARDS, CH ANTAL M. 136 
RICHARDS JR., THOMAS R. 125 
RILEY, LISA A. 136 
RITCHIE, WEN DYE. 136 
RIVERS, SHELLEY B. 125 
ROBERTS, BRENT E. 167 
ROBERTS, CRAIG M. 149 
ROBERTS, CRISTINA T. 167 
ROBERTS, JULIA L. 125 
ROBERTS, KIM 167 
ROBERTS, STEVEN B. 136 
ROBERTS III, JAMES H. 167 
ROBICHAUD, LESLEY A. 167 
ROBINSON, ANGELA J. 167 
ROBINSON, KELLIE S. 136 
ROBINSON, SONYA D. 1 36 

149 



RODDY, MATTHEW M. 167 
ROESS, DOLLY L. 125 
ROHM, EMILY M. 149 
ROHRER, ANGELA K. 136 
ROMA, JULES M. 167 
ROMBERGER, KENNETH H. 136 
ROSALIA, RICHARDS. 167 
ROSS, ADAM M. 167 
ROSS, EDITHS. 149 
ROSS, RHONDA R. 149 
ROSS, TERRIS. 149 
ROVALDI, ELIZABETH A. 149 
ROWLAND, MEGAN M. 149 
RUDOLPH, STEVEN E. 167 
RUST, SARA M. 149 
RYAN, KEVIN D. 167 
RYAN, TARA H. 137 



s 



SACHS, JENNIFER A. 167 
SALAZAR, VIRGINIA 149 
SALEMME, STEPHANIE L. 125 
SALMON, TRACY E. 167 
SALTSMAN, VICKI L. 125 
SANDBROOK, VIRGINIA M. 137 
SANDIFER, LINDA R. 137 
SANTIAGO, YAMIL A. 167 
SANTO, TRACY L. 167 
SAWYER, LYNETTE A. 125 
SCHARF, BRETT A. 137 
SCHEER, GERGORY S. 167 
SCH1LD, SUSAN E. 149 
SCHI WITZ, BARRETT S. 125 
SCHMID, JENNIFER M. 167 
SCHMIDT, SHAUN E. 125 
SCHNEIDER, JESSICA L. 167 
SCHORR, EMILY B. 149 
SCHROER, SHARON M. 167 
SCHRYVER, CHRISTOPHER V. 1 37 
SCHUCHMAN, RUSSELL A. 137 
SCHULTE, AMANDA J. 167 
SCHWABELAND, EDWARD W. 167 
SCOTT, BRADLEY L. 167 
SCOTT, SHEILA L. 137 
SEALS, BRIAN J. 167 
SEARCY, SCOTT R. 149 
SEARS, ALEXANDRA B. 167 
SEARS, DAVID K. 125 
SEAVER, C. ALLEN 167 
SEGER, PATRICIA D. 125 
SENNET, MATTHEW 167 
SERBIO, CARMEN 167 
SERENTILL, MONICA M. 125 
SEXSMITH, STACY L. 137 
SHAFFER, ALICE M. 137 
SHAIVITZ, ADAM A. 149 
SHANK, MELISSA L. 149 
SHARP, DAREK L. 137 
SHEFFIELD, VICTORIA L. 137 
SHELBAUGH, TODD P. 168 
SHENK, ANDREW D. 168 



Index 



INDEX 



SHERBON, STACY L. 168 
SHERROD, JOSEPH B. 168 
SHHTLER, WADE A. 137 
SHETTLE, TODD A. 149 
SHIELDS, HOLLY S. 149 
SHINN, JASON T. 125 
SH1RGHIO, MARLA1NA M. 125 
SHIRGHIO, NICHOLAS A. 168 
SHIVER, CHRISTINE A. 168 
SHOEMAKER, DANIEL P. 149 
SHUMARD, LORI J. 137 
SHUTTS, SHELLI L. 149 
SIEDEM, TIMOTHY T. 149 
SIKORSKI, MICHELE R. 168 
SILVA JR, ERNESTO 137 
SIMMONS, LYNN A. 137 
SIMMONS, ROBYN C. 137 
SIMMONS, SUSAN L. 137 
SIMPSON, JENNIFER L. 137 
SIMPSON, TIMOTHY B. 149 
SINEATH III, WILLIAM L. 137 
SIROIS, WILLIAMS. 125 
SKANDALIARIS, E. G. 168 
SKINNER, TRINA L. 137 
SLATER, NOEL C. 149 
SLEPICA, ANGELLA M. 149 
SLIGAR, MARYM. 168 
SMATHERS, DONNA L. 168 
SMITH, ANITA A. 137 
SMITH, BEVERLY A. 149 
SMITH, FREDERICK K. 149 
SMITH, HANNAH E. 168 
SMITH, IRIS S. 137 
SMITH, JAMES B 168 
SMITH, JENNIFER A. 125 
SMITH, JENNIFER L. 149 
SMITH, KRISTI L. 168 
SMITH, LAURIE A. 168 
SMITH, LINDA L. 137 
SMITH, MATTHEW L. 125 
SMITH, MICHAEL A. 168 
SMITH, MISTY A. 149 
SMITH, REBECCA A. 137 
SMITH, ROBEN-MARIE 125 
SMITH, ROBIN L. 168 
SMITH, SHERI K. 125 
SMITH, TAMIS. 137 
SMITH, THERESE M. 137 
SMITH III, WILLIAM J. 125 
SNYDER, MICHAEL S. 149 
SOUTHARD II, LEON M. 168 
SPADAFORA, MICHELLE 168 
SPARKMAN, VIKKI M. 168 
SPECHT, LORRIE 168 
SPEESE, ORRINNA R. 137 
SPEIER, LAURA J. 168 
SPENCE, JEFFERY H. 149 
SPENCE, JENNIFER L. 125 
SPILLER, KAREN E. 137 
SPINKS, JASON W. 168 
SPRINGER, BARBARA J. 149 
SPRINKLE, MALIA M. 137 
SPURLOCK, CHRISTIE L. 137 
ST AMOUR, KAREN L. 168 
STACK, DAVID J. 135 
STAFFORD, CADE P. 168 
STAFFORD, DAVID J. 149 
STAGG, MANDIE L. 168 



STAHNKE, ANDREW M. 168 
STAN D1FER, MICHAEL F. 125 
STANLEY, CRAIG P. 168 
STARLING, HEYWARD B. 149 
STARR, MICHAEL L. 168 
STEDEM, JULIA M. 125 
STEEPER, TRACEY L. 125 
STEGEMANN, GLEN E. 125 
STEIN, JENNIFER L. 168 
STEPHAN, CONNIE L. 149 
STEPHENS, AMY E. 168 
STEPHENS, APRIL L. 149 
STEPHENS, BRIAN N. 125 
STEPHENS, JOHN W. 137 
STEVENS, MATTHEW J. 125 
STEWARD, JOHN C. 137 
STEWART, KIMBERLY C. 137 
STEWART, MICHAEL D. 168 
STINE, GARRETT J. 125 
STOCK, MICHAEL E. 149 
STOLBERGER, NICOLE C. 125 
STOLZ II, RONALD P. 168 
STOLZE, CHRISTOPHER 168 
STONE, LISA 135 
STOVAL, JENNIFER L. 149 
STOVER, MARY E. 135 
STOYER, DEAN A. 125 
STRATTON, SHERYL L. 137 
STRATTON, TAMARA L. 137 
STRAUB, WILLIAM W. 125 
STRAUCH, TIFFANY A. 125 
STRINGFELLOW, SUSAN J. 149 
STRITCH, BRANDON A 168 
STRONG, DAVIDS 149 
STROYAN, AMYE. 135 
STUCKEY, LUCINDA M. 137 
STUTZMAN, PAULA J. 149 
STUVE, JENNIFER R. 125 
SUCHMA, DENNINE A. 137 
SULLIVAN, MARA M. 149 
SULLIVAN, SUE B. 126 
SUMMERS, STACY M. 168 
SUMNER, CYNTHIA L. 149 
SUMNER, JAY B. 126 
SUTPHIN, SHEILA R. 169 
SUTTON, DANIEL K. 169 
SWANGO, TIMOTHY B 137 
SWEAT, JOSEPH R. 137 
SWISHER, JENNIFER K, 169 
SYPKO, TIMOTHY D. 149 



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TACKETT, JAMES S. 149 
TACKETT, REBECCA L. 126 
TAGLIERJ, PAUL J. 137 
TAYLOR, CURTIS H, 126 
TAYLOR, EMILY A. 149 
TAYLOR, JENNIFER P. 169 
TAYLOR III, JOSEPH R. 169 
TAYLOR, KERRY A. 137 
TAYLOR, MICHAEL R. 169 



TAYLOR, NANCY A. 126 
TAYLOR, STEVEN D. 149 
TAYLOR, TODD A. 149 
TEDESCO, JEN NITER 1 69 
TERRELL, JAMES M. 137 
TERRY, KATHRYN L. 126 
TERRY, LESLIE H. 126 
THAYER, CHRISTINA L. 137 
THOEMING, AMY K. 169 
THOMAS, HEATHER R 169 
THOMAS, JILL S. 126 
THOMAS, JOHN S. 149 
THOMAS, MANDY E. 169 
THOMPSON , BRETT J 137 
THOMPSON, MARK A. 138 
THORN BERRY, KELLY L. 126 
THORNTLEY, HAZEL A 126 
THORNTON, JON M. 169 
THORNTON, KIMBERLY R. 150 
THUMAN, KEVIN 150 
THYHSEN, REBECCA L. 138 
TIBBOI.ES, JENNIFER E. 169 
TIDWELL, BRYCE L. 138 
TINSLEY, SUSAN E. 169 
TOCE, TRACY L. 169 
TOLLINI, GREGG G. 1 38 
TOMLIN, GREGORY A. 169 
TOTH, GERHARD 169 
TOUCHTON, DAVID W 169 
TOUTS, DAVID L. 150 
TOWLES, ANNE M. 150 
TOWNSEND, RICHARD C 150 
TROCHELMAN, GAIL IL 138 
TROGAN, AMYL. 138 
TROUTMAN, DEVETTA L. 127 
TRUITT, MELANIE K. 169 
TRUNZO, PAUL E. 138 
TURBEVILLE, MICHELLE L. 150 
TUREK, JOHN A. 150 
TURILLO, CARMEN J. 169 
TURK, LUCIA I. 138 
TURNER, ANDREW D. 169 
TURNER, RYAN C 169 
TURNER, SUNNY K. 150 
TURNER II, KENNETH K. 138 
TURNQUEST, APRIL G. 150 
TURNQUEST, JOYANN A. 150 
TURVIN, TRESA M. 169 
TYNAN, CHRISTOPHER J. 169 

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UNGASHICK, STACEY 169 
UPMEYER, KARIN L. 169 
URBAN, RON ALD D. 150 
URBANSKI, STEPHEN 127 

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VAGHELA, KULDIP 150 
VALENTIK, LORI F. 127 
VALLS, KIMBERI.EE A. 169 
VANDER SCHATTE, I. M. 127 
VANEKEREN, CYNTHIA K. 1 50 
VANETTEN, ROBYN L. 127 
VANN, JUDY G. 138 
V ANPOOL, LARRY D. 138 
VARADY, GEORGETTE L 138 
VASQUEZ, ELLIOT A. 169 
VASTANO, JOSEPH T. 127 
VAUGHN, KAREN M. 169 
VENNING, JOSEPH P 138 
VICF.RA, DEANNA L. 150 
VICKERS, KIMBERLY D. 169 
VICKERY, JENNIFER L. 138 
VIERA, JAVIER A. 138 
VIERA, LOUIS A. 127 
VINCENT, DUANE F. 127 
VINCENT, ROBERT A. 169 
VINZANT, LEIGH A. 150 
VONDRUSKA, JOHN M. 150 
VORCE, MINA M, 150 
VOWE1.L, STEPHANIE L. 169 



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WADE, KIMBERLY T. 150 
WADE, STEVEN K. 138 
WADSWORTH, ALICE L. 150 
WAHLBRINK, KARA S. 138 
WAIN SCOTT, GRANT M. 1 69 
WALBROEL, CHARLES J. 150 
WALDAU, MATTHEW G. 169 
WALKER, JOHN C. 169 
WALL, KEVIN R. 150 
WALL, MARY D. 169 
WALLACE, ASHLEY L. 170 
WALLACE, JUSTIN M. 127 
WAIXER, REBECCA L. 138 
WALLS, KELLY E. 170 
WALSH, BETH A. 150 
WALSH, BRIAN 150 
WATSON, JULIE E. 127 
WEBB, DARRELL W. 150 
WEDEKIND, HEIKE 170 
WEEKS, PETER G. 170 
WEIGEL, ALICIA L. 150 
WEIGMAN, JULIE L. 170 
WEIMER, HEATHER L. 150 
WELCH IV, WILLIAM S. 170 
WENDT, PAMELA J. 150 
WENINGER, LESLIE A. 170 
WESTBROCK, ANTHONY G. 1 70 
WESTENDORF, JULIA M. 150 
WESTERFIELD, BYRON G. 170 
WESTON, DEBORAH L. 150 
WHATLEY, MELISSA L. 150 
WHEAT, FELICIA M. 150 
WHEEDLETON, ROBERT A. 170 
WHEELER, ANN M. 170 
WHIDDEN, BRETT T. 170 



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WHITE, JOHN B. 170 
WHITE, RODERICK H. 170 
WHITEMAN, ROGER A. 150 
WHITTEMORE, DAVID A. 128 
WHITTIER, ERIN R. 138 
WICKERSHEIM, MICHAEL E. 170 
WIDNER, PATRICIA L. 128 
WIEMKEN, DEBORAH L. 150 
WIGGINS, ALICIA V. 128 
WIGGINS, JAMES A. 170 


YOUNKERS, CHRISTINA A 150 

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WILBURN, CARLA D. 128 
WILEY, KRISTIN E. 170 
WILLIAMS, AMY M. 128 
WILLIAMS, COREY L. 170 
WILLIAMS, ERIC R 138 
WILLIAMS, HEATHER L. 150 
WILLIAMS, JANET K. 128 
WILLIAMS, KIMBERLY J. 150 
WILLIAMS, RACHEL R. 138 
WILLIAMS, RONALD L. 138 
WILLIAMS, STACY A. 170 
WILLIAMSON, JOHN C 170 
WILLIAMSON, JON D 150 
WILLIAMSON, PATRICIA L 128 
WILLISTON, PETER G 128 
WILLS, RACHEL S. 150 
WILSON, FRANCES R 138 
WILSON, HOLLEY L. 170 
WILSON, JAMES R 138 
WILSON, KIMBERLY J. 150 
WILSON, MELINDA C. 170 
WILSON, STACY L. 138 
WILSON, TRACY 128 
WILT, KERRY B. 128 
WIMBERLY, APRIL L. 170 
WINFREE III, ROBERT W. 138 
WINGFIELD, DAVID L. 128 
WINKLER, MELISSA A. 150 
WINSLOW, STACI A 138 
WISE, TARA E. 170 
WISNIEWSKI, JAMES 150 
WITHAM, CHAD E. 170 
WITHERS, JACQUELYN E. 170 
WNUK, MELINDA S. 128 
WOOD, CANDY L. 170 
WOOD, STACEY L. 170 
WOOLDRIDGE, JAMELLEJ. 138 
WRIGHT, COURTNEY P. 170 
WRIGHT, LAURA E. 138 
WROBLEWSKI, STEPHEN D. 128 
WUNNER, PAULA J. 128 
WYSS, DINA M. 128 

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ZALDIVAR, MARTIN S. 170 
ZEFF, MARCC. 138 
ZE1DLER, GRETCHEN A. 150 
ZERILLI, STACEY A. 128 
ZILLMAN II, MARCUS P 170 


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YANCEY, LORI A. 128 
YATES, KAREN P. 170 
YATSKO, PAUL G. 170 
YOCOM, BENJAMIN B. 128 
YOUNG, LI ANE E. 150 
YOUNG, SHAUN A L. 150 
YOUNG, THERESA L. 150 







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