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I 989 Scrimshaw 



Southeastern 

Massachusetts 

University 

North Dartmouth, Massachusetts 





1989 Scrimshaw 



The Annual Student Publication of 
Southeastern Massachusetts University 
North Dartmouth, Massachusetts 



Contents 




Dedication 


8 


Presidents Message 


12 


Faculty and Administration 


14 


Seniors 


22 


Athletics 


140 


Clubs and Organizations 


158 


Happenings 


172 


Commencement 


196 


Memorials 


202 





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The Norman C. Dion Biulding 



Dedicated on May 5, 1989 





Dean Donald Clayton Howard 



Every university has its legend and SMU is 
no exception. Our legend is very much 
alive and has an office in the administra- 
tion building. This office is always full of 
students and its door is always open. Our 
legend's name is Donald C. Howard and 
we who have spent four years under his 
wing see his office as a perfect metaphor 
for his heart. 

Officially, his title is Dean of Students, but 
it could just as easily be "Friend of Stu- 
dents", for such Donald Howard has been 
during the last twenty three years. Elo- 
quent and persuasive, he is always willing 
to speak for students, to right their wrongs, 
to promote their dreams, to make real their 
hopes, and to introduce them to the world 
of their choosing. He has a gift for coun- 
seling and considers it a major function of 
his position to make himself truly available 
to those who seek his guidance. A cham- 
pion of causes and people, he is that rare 
individual in any community, educational 
or otherwise, who spends without hesita- 
tion the riches of his spirit and his days on 
others. 

Dean Howard's involvement with student 
organizations and activities has been 
extensive and productive. Individuals in 
the process of choosing graduate schools 
or starting careers also find Dean 
Howard's assistance invaluable and un- 
stinting. From writing thoughtful recom- 
mendations to helping graduates find the 
right job, he so genuinely wants what is 
best for others, that instinctively they put 
their hopes in his hands and their trust in 
his advice. Nor does his interest in his 
students end when they are handed their 
degrees. He remains a presence in their 
lives through the years, attending their 
weddings, encouraging their careers, 
comforting their sorrows, sharing their 
triumphs. 




Donald Clayton Howard 




Dean Howard with Massachusetts Senator John Kerry 



True to form, Dean Howard is as active in the affairs of 
the community as he is in the life of the University. He 
devotes much time and energy to the political causes 
and candidates he judges honorable and worthy. In 
turn, he is counted a respected friend whose discerning 
judgment and shrewd political insight are sought by 
governmental leaders at all levels from Governor and 
U.S. Senators to members of the state legislature. 

A staunch promoter of the arts and humanities Dean 
Howard has been a consistent force over the years in 
securing major student financial backing for those pro- 
grams and projects that culturally enrich not only the 
learning atmosphere of the University but that of the 
region as well. In his role as chairman for nineteen 
years and in more recent times as co-chairperson of the 
SMU Lecture Series Committee he has played a princi- 
pal part in bringing to the campus some of the world's 
most famous authors, political leaders, stars of stage 
and screen, and television personalities. To all of them 
he has been the University's gracious host. 



When students and alumni talk about Dean Howard, as 
they often do, a theme emerges, certain key words and 
phrases are heard over and over again: all speak of his 
compassion and unconditional support, his sage ad- 
vice, his willingness to invest chunks of time and self to 
listen, to guide, to illuminate, to rescue those in emo- 
tional jeopardy. With a perceptiveness that penetrates 
as sharply as a laser beam, he sees the potential be- 
neath an individual's often misleading surface. And 
once he sees it, he delights in helping that person 
uncover it, shape it, develop it. He is a true miner of 
diamonds in the rough. And many a human gem 
flashes brilliantly today because of Dean Howard's 
determination to convince his charges of their own 
worth. 




with Phil Donahue 







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with Barbara Walters 




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It is perhaps as the consummate mentor that he would 
most wish to be remembered, for in this role - in this 
vocation - he has no peer. All his considerable people 
skills, all his humanistic beliefs and generosity of spirit, 
his mischievous wit and innate wisdom, the cosmopoli- 
tan perspective and brilliant scope of his well-nour- 
ished mind - all these come together to make him not 
only a gifted counselor, but a cherished one. It is true 
that his methods may be somewhat unorthodox, com- 
bining as they do, complete acceptance of an individ- 
ual with a little good-natured needling, intense and 
patient listening with what one former student has 
called "A unique way of 'whacking you on the side of 
the head' to unleash your potential." But, above all, 
his methods are effective. Through the futures of those 
whom he nurtures, through their careers and personal 
lives, his influence sends out ripples. 

'The Dean" is a man whose life hums with content- 
ment. He loves his work; he relishes the friendships he 
makes; he is enchanted with the variety of his experi- 
ences. He is a strong personality, colorful, courageous, 
rich with opinions and loyalties, intensely dedicated. 
Despite his sophistication, he has not lost his sense of 
honor, nor a certain appealing innocence, nor a talent 
for joy. It is this that he communicates to us, thus that 
he inspires us. Winston Churchill, one of Dean 
Howard's own great inspirations, said: 

Don't take no for an answer, never submit to failure. 

Do not be fobbed off with mere personal success or 

acceptance. 

You will make all kinds of mistakes; but as long as 

you are generous and true, and also fierce, you 

cannot hurt the world or even distress her. 

And so, Dean Howard, because you have been "gener- 
ous and true, and also fierce" and by being so, made 
our burdens lighter, our paths clearer and our futures 
full of hope, we dedicate this book to you. 



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ith John Houseman 




with Michael Dukakis 




with Alex Haley 



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with Former British Prime Minister, Sir Harold Wilson 



with Dr. Benjamine Spock 




President John R. Brazi 



To the Class of '89: 

For most, the time spent in college is a time of personal change. 
It is a time of intellectual growth and affective development, 
a time when personality and perspective expand, a time when one 
comes to grips with important issues of self and society. 

Members of the class of 1 989 have, I hope, experienced these 
things. But you have also been fortunate to witness important 
changes in the topography of your University. During your stay, 
the Swain School of Design merged into the College of Visual and 
Performing Arts, the curriculum became "computerized," we began 
several new graduate programs, a new science and engineering 
building and a new dormitory complex were completed, 
intercollegiate football was resumed, and so on. 

In one sense, you are not the same person you were when you 
arrived here. In another sense, while you may be different in 
many important respects, you are also still you. Similarly, SMU 
is not the same University you first encountered, but it is still 
SMU. As I write this there has been considerable discussion 
about "reorganizing" higher education in the Commonwealth and of 
SMU adopting a new name. These things may or may not come to 
pass, but whatever changes occur, if any, you may rest assured 
SMU will continue, in the second sense, to be SMU. If identity 
is at least part process and part continuity of purpose and if 
there is at its core an essence unmitigated by events, SMU will 
remain SMU by whatever name. 




Sincerely, 



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John R. Brazil 
President 



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Monogemenr 



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Marketing 



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Sociology 






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Finance 



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Psychology 



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Music 






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Sociology 



Laurie Amaral 

Visual Design/lllusrrarion 



Lysa A. Amaral 

Visual Design/Phorography 



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Poliricol Science 



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Marketing 



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Hisrory 



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French 






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Humaniries/Social Science 



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Humaniries/Social Science 



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Marketing 



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Biology 



Sarah H. Baker 
Marhemarics 



Helen E. Balboni 
Humaniries/Sociol Science 





Jacqueline M. Baprisre 
Marketing 



Cynrhia A. Barlow 
Biology 



Maria R. Barros 
Accounring 





Mary T. Barry 
Nursing 



Scor M. Barry 
Chemisrry 



Sandra L. Barrolo 
Accounring 



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Nursing 



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Compurer Engineering 



Dawn M. Beaudry 
Nursing 



James E Beavis 
Managemenr 






Lynda Bedard 
Marketing 



James A. Beland 
Economics 



Jacqueline A. Belanger 
Nursing 






Ronald A. Belanger 

Electrical Engineering Technology 



Sam Belanger 
Music 



Sally Bendiksen 
Nursing 



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Andrea J. Denevides 
Accounting 



Troy V. Dergeron 
Managemenr 



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Finance 



Norman 5 Dishop 
Accounring 



Lynne A. Dirhell 
Medical Technology 






Laurie J. Blackburn 
Nursing 



Keirh J. Diane 

Electrical Engineering Technology 



John D. Dohne 

Electrical Engineering Technology 





Chrisropher Bond 
Management 



Jennifer J. Booker 
Nursing 



Kyle A. Borsare 
Marketing 



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Biology 



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Management 



Karen Dowden 
Nursing 



Theresa Anne Dower 
Finance 





Denise E. Draunlich 
Chemisrry 



Alice A. Drazeau 
Mechanical Engineering 



Susan E. Drazil 
Civil Engineering 




Michael P Dreen 
Finance 



Karhleen Drennan 
Sociology 



Richard J Drilhanre 
Markering 



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Chemisrry 



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Psychology 






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Political Science 




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Mulridisciplinory Srudies 



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Marketing 



Todd M. Bryda 
Hisrory 



Lynn Marie Burke 
Nursing 




Chrisrine P. Burns 
Economics 



Jennifer M. Burns 
French 



Joan M. Burns 
English 





David G Cobral 
Human/Social Sciences 



Edward Cabral 

Elecrricol Engineering Technology 



Francine Cabral 
Marhemarics 



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English/Wriring 6 Communicarions 




Michael T. Cabrol 

English/Vriring 6 Communicarions 




Rosalina D. Cabral 
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Manogemenr 



Lynne A. Cahill 
Mulridisaplinary Srudies 



Lisa A. Callahan 
Markering 





Nancy E Callahan 
Mulridisaplinary Srudies 



Melinda S. Canepa 
Accounting 



Linda L Canrelmo 
Markering 






Michael J. Capuano 

Elecrrical Engineering Technology 



Laura L. Cardoso 
Markering 



Lesley A Cardoza 
Nursing 



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Rachael A. Carr 
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Kelley L. Corvolho 
Psychology 



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Nursing 



Deborah M Casavanr 
Accounting 



Jeanine M. Casey 
Accounting 






Timorhy J Cashell 
Tex nle Technology 



Yvonne M. Cavallini 
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Kimberly Cenramore 
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Physics 



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Marketing 



Sreven E Cisrulli 
Elearical Engineer 



James C Clancy 
Managemenr 





Dersy A Clark 
Nursing 



Richard L Clayron 

Mechanical Engineering Technology 



Michelle M Clem 
Visual Design/lllusrrarion 




Daniel P. Clough 
Accounring 



David P. Cobb 
Civil Engineering 



Joelle M Cody 
Nursing 



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Chemistry /Diochemisrry 



David A. Colleran 
Management 



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Psychology 



Gina A Conforri 
Accounring 



Keirh M. Conforri 
Visual Design/lllusrrarion 






Maureen Connolly 

Compurer Onenred Morhemarlcs 



Timorhy J. Connolly 
Texrile Technology 



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Accounring 






Mary-Ellen Cook 
Accounring 



Timorhy J. Cooke 
Elecrrical Engineering 



William D- Cooke 
Mechanical Engineering 



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Psychology 




Lionne I. Corbiere 
Accounting 




Sharon M. Correa 
Nursing 



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Hisrory 



Debra A Cosra 
Managemenr 



Judirh Cosra 
Marketing 








Kimberly A Cosra 
Polirical Science 



Louis R. Cosra 

English/Wriring b Communicarion 



Thomas J. Cosra 

Mechanical Engineering Technology 




Anne Cosrello 
Finance 



Lisa M. Core 
Psychology 



Sreven P. Core 
Mechanical Engineering 



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Derek J. Coyne 
Human/Social Sciences 



Mary M. Coyne 
Accounting 




Richard A. Croil 
Compurer G Info Science 



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Michael K Creeden 
English/Vriring 6 Communicarion 



Megan T. Crombleholme 
Finance 



Nancy J. Crowell 
Arr Education 






Parncia L Crowley 
Accounting 



Cheryl A. Cullen 

Visual Design/ lllusrrarion 



Scorr T. Cummings 
Managemenr 






Lurdes Cunha 
Compurer G Info Science 



Joseph Cyr 
Accounting 



Lori A. Cyr 

Visual Design/lllusrrarion 



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Spanish 



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Poliricol Science 



Janine M. Dainys 
Mathematics 



Patrick G. Damish 
Compuret & Info Science 






Kimberly R. Dane 
Human/Social Sciences 



Caroline M. da Ponte 
Accounting 



Mark Davidian 
Management 





Theresa N De Mendonca 
Sociology 



Julie D. Dechrisropher 
Accounting 



Antone L. Decosta 
Medical Technology 



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Christine L. Decubellis 
Psychology 



Dori J. DeGroziQ 
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Jacqueline M. Denry 
English/Wriring & Communicarion 



Michelle A. Dermody 
Finonce 



Deborah T. Deruvo 
Psychology 






Lisa A. Desilva 
Human/Social Sciences 



Heidi J. Desmarais 
Electrical Engineering 



Michael A. Desmarais 
Managemenr 





Michael J. Desooo 

Mechanical Engineering Technology 



Roberr A. Dicenso 

Mechanical Engineering Technology 



Lori C. Dieselman 
Human/Social Sciences 



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Human Resources Managemenr 



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Brian P. Donahue 
Management 



Lee S. Donohue 

Mechanical Engineering Technology 






Susan Dorry 
Diology 



Lori Dow 
Sociology 



Jeffrey L. Dranerz 
Managemenr 






Amy L. Draper 
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Scorr M. Droves 
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Visual Design 






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Deborah A Duffy 
Human/Social Sciences 



Donna M. Dufresne 
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Elecrncol Engineering Technology 



Carolyn A. Duguoy 
Human/Social Sciences 



Dennis J. Duhamel 

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Economics 




Timothy W. Dupree 
Psychology 



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Visual Design/lllusrrorion 



Toro E. Duronr 
Polirical Science 



Donno M. Durro 
Accounting 





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Human/Social Sciences 



Chnsrino Dziekiewicz 
Visual Design 



Heidi B. Edelson 
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Polirical Science 



Srephanie A. Eiferr 
Visual Design/lllusrrarion 



Dennis D. Eisenhouer 

Mechanical Engineering Technology 



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Marhemarics 



John J. Ellard 
Economics 




Thomas J. Ellis 

Elecrrical Engineering Technology 



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Timorhy M. Ellis 
Marketing 



Cheryl A. Erbin 

Visual Design/lllusrrorion 



Perer Esrrela 
Elecrricol Engineering 






Dororhy Esrrello 
Human/Social Sciences 



Kenr M. Foirweorher 
Management 



Anne M. Famalerre 
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Sociology 



Korhleen M. Faron 
English 



Chrisrina M. Fecreau 
Nursing 



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Mianne M. Feeney 
Sociology 




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Mechanical Engineering Technology 



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Kathleen R Ferris 
Markering 



Dorindo M. Fidalgo 
Psychology 



Susan M. Field 
Management 





Ellen A. Fields 
Music 



David M. Rnnerry 
Visual Design/lllusrrorion 



Susan Finnerry 
Psychology 





Cynrhia M. Fisher 
Visual Design/lllusrrarion 



Krisrine A. Firzler 
Nursing 



Michael L. Flanagan 

Human Resources Managemenr 



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Biology 



Christine M. Foersr 
Management 




Roger E. Fonreneau 
Polirical Science 



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Mulridisciplinary Studies 



Denise Frecherre 

Compurer & Informarion Science 



Norman A. Frecherre 
Mathematics 




Richard J. Frederre 
Marketing 



Sherrie L. Freeman 
Marketing 



Lark Adam Frias 
Arr History 






Nancy K Frias 
Marketing 



Jill A. Friberg 
Biology 



Sreven T Friedman 
Management 



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Elecrhcal Engineering 



Maura E. Galanre 
Visual Design/lllusrrarion 



Nancy A. Galasso 

Human Resources Managemenr 






Joseph F. Gallagher 
Finance 



Kimberly A. Gallagher 
Markering 



Kerry A. Garcia 
Visual Design 






Chrisrine M. Garrigan 
Visual Design/lllusrrarion 



Ernesr D Garriry 
Managemenr 



Sylvia C. Garza 
Spanish 



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Chemisrry 



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Human/Social Sciences 





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Chrisrina M. Genarossio 
Psychology 



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Medical Technology 



Joseph A. Giampierro 
Visual Design/Phorography 



James T. Gibbons 
Construction Engineering 






Donna M. Gibson 
Human/Social Sciences 



Karhryn M. Giglio 
English 



Alan P. Gigliorri 
Management 






Lisa M. Gillis 
Marketing 



Parricia A. Gillis 
Dusiness Managemenr 



Kimberly Glass 
Spanish 



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Sociology 



Joseph C. Goncalves 
Finance 



Gregory H.K. Goon 
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Elecrricol Engineering 



Abduikanm Hafez 
Elecrncal Engineering 



Carole D. Hall 
Accounting 




Rhonda L. Hall 
Human/Social Sciences 



Debro J. Holsread 
Psychology 



Kennerh J. Homel 
Political Science 






Lisa J. Hamilron 
Marhemarics 



Karhleen Hanley 
Nursing 



Joseph J. Honlon 
Elecrrical Engineering 



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Kennerh A. Hardy 

Human Resources Managemenr 



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Visual Design/lllusrrarion 



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Lisa M. Harringron 
Human /Social Sciences 






Mary B Harringron 
Painring 



Timorhy M Harringron 
Economics 



Daniel C. Harr 

Elecrncal Engineering Technology 






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Psychology 



Paul D. Harr 
Human/Social Sciences 



Mary E. Harrman 
Marhemarics 



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Economics 



Laurie Harhaway 
Psychology 





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Electrical Engineering Technology 




Mary-Korhr Hayden 
Texrile Chemisrry 



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Thomas M. Heoly 
Sociology 



Virginia A. Heberr 
Marketing 



Chrisropher Heirman 
Marhemarics 






Richard T. Hern 

Mechanical Engineering Technology 



Josephine L. Hidalgo 
Nursing 



Timorhy M. Hill 

English/Vriring 6 Communicarion 





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Nursing 



Kimirake Hoaroka 
English 



Suzanne Hogarry 
Spanish 



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Daniel P. Houlihan 
Marketing 



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Joan M. Huggon 
Nursing 



Daniel E. Hughes 
Management 



Parricia A. Hunrer 
Management 





Karen A Hurley 
Markering 



Jeffrey D. Icken 
Accounring 



Diane E. Ide 
Finance 






Srephanie Ingram 
Managemenr 



Amy K. Ippoliro 
Psychology 



Richard M. Jandrue 
Sociology/Criminal Jusrice 



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Kirsren Johnson 
Arr Educorion 




Carl A. Junier 
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Ellen T. Keady 
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Mary F. Keane 
Accounring 






Erin T. Keaney 
Markering 



Patrick J. 
Finance 



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Kerry C. Kelly 
Marhemarics 






Theresa Kelley 
Diology 



Cynrhia C. Kelly 
Mulridisciplinary Srudies 



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Human/Social Sciences 



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Visual Design 




Carherine A. Kim 
English/Writing 6 Communication 




Christopher Kimmins 

Mechanical Engineering Technology 



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English/Writing 6 Communicarions 



Robert V. King 
Management 



Deborah A. Kingsley 
Management 






Pamela Kingsley 
Human/Social Sciences 



Julierre L. Kirk wood 
Pamring 



Sreve Kissell 
Polirical Science 






Nancy M Kozak 
Nursing 



Debra M Kubel 
Marketing 



Julie D. Kunkel 
Finance 



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Marhemorics 



Nina S. Lofferry 
Accounting 




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Chemistry 




Jie-Ning Lai 
Electrical Engineering 




Maria Langlois 
Human/Social Sciences 





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Compurer 6 Informarion Science 




Parricia E Larocque 
Visual Design 




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Kirsren Larsen 
Psychology 




Randall S. Laurence 
Marketing 



Marrhew P. Lawrence 
Accounting 



Chris Ann Leal 
Human/Social Sciences 



85 




Phillip M. Lefrancois 

Elecrrical Engineering Technology 



86 



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Marianne Leire 

Human Resources Management 



Corey A. Lemos 
Psychology 



Jeffrey L. Leonard 
Civil Engineering 






Dana J. Leonardo 
Marketing 



Joyce 5 Leung 
Finance 



Jon R. Levangie 
Visual Design 









Gordon M. Libbey 
Economics 



Catherine P.. Liberri 
Psychology 



Ambrizerh H. Lima 
English 



87 



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Tzu-Fen Lin 
Physics 



Undo J. Lincoln 
Diology 




Karen S Liperz 
Marketing 



88 



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Eileen A Looney 
Human/Social Sciences 



Angeline Lopes 
Poliricol Science 



Perer D Lopnore 
Monogemenr 




Use J Loronger 
Monogemenr 



Andrea C Luco 
Economics 



Gory J Lumenri 
Monogemenr 






Kevin D. Lundy 
Markering 



Dionne M. Lussier 
Visual Design 



Michael J. Lusrer 
Monogemenr 



89 





Kiro M. Lynch 
Marketing 



David Macedo 
Nursing 




90 



Frank G. Machado 
Elecrrical Engineering 



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Jeanne M Mackenzie 
Manogemenr 



Scorr D. MacKinnon 
Marketing 



Kim M. Maclean 
Psychology 






Elizaberh A Macmillon 
Manogemenr 



Drodford E. Macpherson 
Visual Design/lllusrrarion 



Alexandre M. Magalhaes 
Marhemarics 






Seonno M. Maguire 
Marketing 



Kathleen M. Maida 
English 



Anjali J- Mollik 
Electrical Engineering 



91 



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Lori J. Mandeville 
Markering 



Robert G. Manny 
Accounring 




Nancy Manrell 
Polirical Science 



92 




Craig A. Marcks 
Finance 



Kimberly A. Marino 
Nursing 



Julie R. Marshall 
Visual Design 






Chrisropher Marrin 
Managemenr 



Maria R. Marrins 
Nursing 



Roberr F. Massa 
Mulridisciplinary Srudies 






Pamela A. Masters 
Psychology 



David M. Masrrorio 
Managemenr 



David R. Marhieu 
Marketing 



93 




Glenn E. Mouk 
Civil Engineering 



94 




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Gory E. Mauk Jr. 
Management 



David E. Maynard 
Accounring 



Erin 5. Mccarrhy 
Civil Engineering 






Adam E. Mccoomb 
Accounring 



John D. Mccrea 
Morkering 



Megan P. Mccullough 
Human/Social Sciences 






Helen R. Mcdonald 
Texrile Technology 



Lawrence G Mcdonald 
Economics 



Kelley A. Mcgaffigan 
Marketing 



95 



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Daniel 5. Mcgonigle 

Human Resources Management 



Maureen A. Mcgrail 
Visual Design/lllusrrarion 




Melissa A. Mckenna 
Human/Social Sciences 



96 



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William A Mckenzie 
Accounring 



Monica A. Mcmann 
Spanish 



Ana M. Medeiros 
Marketing 




Debra A. Medeiros 
Medical Technology 





Joyce L Medeiros 
Psychology 



Maryellen Medeiros 
Marketing 



Nancy A Medeiros 
Nursing 



97 




Lisa A. Mello 
Elecrrical Engineering 



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Paul J. Mello 
Accounring 



Sreven W. Melloni 
Civil Engineering 



Joner M. Melvin 
Manogemenr 






Chrisrine Menard 
Psychology 



Michael P. Mendozo 
Markering 



Charles H. Meserve 

Mechanical Engineering Technology 






Richard J. Messina 
Accounring 



Neal D. Meyers 
Markering 



Ann M. Michno 
Human/Social Sciences 



99 



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Julio M. Miller 

English/Writing & Communication 



Lisa A. Miner 
Marketing 




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Eunice A. Miranda 
Accounting 




Francis D. Molloy 
Sociology 



100 



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Eleanor A. Moody 
Biology 



Jamey Morcom 
Psychology 



Cynrhio A. Morrell 
Accounting 




Andrea E. Morris 
Arr Hisrory 



Adrienne A Morrissey 
Nursing 



John J. Morrissey 

Computer 6 Informarion Science 






Cynrhio A. Mosher 
English/Writing G Communication 



Hearher E. Moss 

English/Writing b Communication 



Ellen M. Mosychuk 
Human/Social Sciences 



101 



102 





Paul W. Mulvey 
Psychology 



Dovid M. Murley 
Markering 



Eileen M. Murphy 
Psychology 




Paul Joseph Murphy 

Mechanical Engineering Technology 



Richard L. Murphy 
Nursing 



Timorhy Murphy 
Electrical Engineering 






Scorr C. Musich 
Managemenr 



Paul J. Musro 
Managemenr 



Kier Nguyen 
Accounring 



103 



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Kim-Lon T. Nguyen 
Visual Design/lllusrrarion 




Kenneth A. Nichols 
Chemisrry/DS-MS 




104 



Neil M. Nissenbaum 
Manogemenr 



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Eric J- Nivolo 
Psychology 



Suzanne A. Nolan 
Marketing 



Susan M. Nole 
Human /Social Sciences 




Porriao A O'Brien 
Human/Social Sciences 



Parricia M. O'Connor 
Sociology 



Adam O'Dwyer 

Mechanical Engineering Technology 





Linda M. O'Neill 
Markering 



Anabelo Oliveira 
Portuguese 



Anne E. Oliveira 
Finance 



105 




106 



Karin M. Orbon 
Managemenr 



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Anno O Pocheco 

Nursing 



Cheryl Pocheco 
Psychology 



Dino M Pocheco 
Biology/Marine Diology 





Susan J Pocheco 
Nursing 



William M. Pocheco 

Mechanical Engineering Technology 



Barbara J. Page 
Psychology 






Karen A. Pagliuca 
Managemenr 



Karen E. Paiva 
Polirical Science 



Marcos Paiva 
Hisrory 



107 





Nancy L. Ponker 
Management 



Bryan C. Pappas 
Visual Design/Illustration 




Chrisrine Parr 

English/Wriring & Communication 



108 



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Deborah L. Parry 
Nursing 



Marrhew J. Payerre 
Marhemarics 



Frederic D Peirce 
Managemenr 






Leo F. Peixoro 
Morkering 



Claire F. Pellerier 
Accounring 



Kim E. Pellerier 
Finance 






Pamela J. Pellerier 
English/Wriring G Communicarion 



Chrisrine M. Perer 
English/Wriring & Communicarions 



Tori J. Perers 
Painring 



109 




Nonci-Jo Perrucci 
Accounring 



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Morrhew D Phaneuf 
Chemistry /Biochemistry 



Mono Phelan 
Accounting 



Drenda L. Piela 
Biology 






Jon Pierroszek 
Hisrory 



Moryberh Pike 
Morhemorics 



Yvonne Morie Pino 
Nursing 




Orion D Pineou 

Electrical Engineering Technology 



Lisa A. Pineou 
Electrical Engineering 



Sara M. Pineau 
Chemistry 



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Lola Pinro 
Nursing 



Paulo l\ Pinro 
Polirical Science 




Therese Pisrolese 
Human/Social Sciences 



112 



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Jon Amarol-Pirsley 
Monagemenr 



Mariaelena F. Pirrer 
Accounring 



Rachel Elizabeth Power 
Psychology 






Danielle N. Poyonr 
Accounring 



Elizaberh M. Prarer 
Visuo! Design 



James (V Prarr 
Accounring 






Marie M. Prendergasr 
Monagemenr 



Joanne Pryce 
Monagemenr 



Russell Quaglia 
Marketing 



113 




114 



Mary Ribeiro 
Nursing 






Mark P. Richard 
Nursing 



Keirh W. Richardson 
Diology 



Douglas D. Rickel 
Monagemenr 





Darlene M Rioux 
Nursing 



Alzira Rira 
Nursing 



Brian Rizzo 

Mechanical Engineering Technology 






Craig P. Roberr 

Mechanical Engineering Technology 



Nancy L. Roberrs 
Visual Design/lllusrrarion 



Maria Rocha 
Porruguese 



115 



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Jeanne M. Roche 
Sociology/Criminol Justice 



Patrick C. Roche 
Manogemenr 




Lisa D. Roderick 

English/Writing & Communication 



116 



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Edward Rodenques 
Human/Social Sciences 



Lisa M. Rodophele 
Nursing 



Andrew Rogers 
Accounting 






Shern A. Rosa 
Psychology 



Scorr D Rosenrhoi 
Markering 



David L. Rorh 

English/Wriring b Communicorion 






Frances Rorh 
Visual Design 



Jon N. Rorh 
Economics 



Michael J. Rumney 
Polirical Science 



117 




Catherine L Rycrofr 
Human/Social Sciences 



118 




Robin Sqcco 
Human/Social Sciences 



Michelle D. SoJemi 
Psychology 



Sreven E. Samia 
Human/Social Sciences 





Jill M. Sonros 

Human Resources Managemenr 



Cindy D. Sasen 
Marketing 



Dersy A. Sawyer 
Textile Technology 




Karen L. 
Biology 



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Craig E. Scheur 
Managemenr 



Michael C Schneider 
Managemenr 



119 



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Richard A. Schraub 
Economics 



Sracy G. Schwartz 
Psychology 




Tina M Scuderi 
Texrile Chemisrry 



120 





Todd A Sheperd 
Visual Design/lllusrrarion 



Glenn H. Sherman 
Managemenr 




Lisa B Shifmon 
MarKering 






Richard C Shupperr 

Compurer 6 Informanon Science 



Narhaniel A. Siegel 
MarKering 



Michaelleana Silva 
Sociology /Criminal Jusrice 






George A. Silvia Jr. 

Mechanical Engineering Technology 



Drenda E. Simmons 
Nursing 



Debra D. Sloan 
Psychology 



121 




122 



Karhleen I. Smirh 
Nursing 




Shelogh M Smith 
Monogemenr 



Dnon J. Snook 
Visuol Design 



Condess Snow 
Accounring 





David J. Soores 
Elecrncol Engineering 



Perer N Soffron 
Mulridisaplinary Studies 



Joseph J. Soroka 

Electrical Engineering Technology 






Sherri L. Sornick 
Textile Technology 



M Julieta Sousa 
Biology 



Robin M Sousa 
Accounting 



123 



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Thomas D. Spararo 
Finance 



Mary A. Spellman 
Biology 




124 



James L. Sr Germain 

Mechanical Engineering Technology 



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Srocey R. Sreorns 
Management 



Deborah L. Srerkiewicz 
Texrile Technology 



Dianne Sullivan 
Human/Social Sciences 






Karen A. Sullivan 
Sociology 



Kimberly A. Sullivan 
Visual Design/lllusrrarion 



Rebecca A. Sullivan 
Texrile Technology 






Sheila M. Sullivan 
Painring 



Mohammad A. Suoud 
Compurer & Informorion Sciences 



Sandra D. Swales 
Markering 



125 




Lori A. Sylvia 
Accounring 



126 






Diane Szargowicz 
Electrical Engineering 



Lynne C. Szargowicz 
Management 



Douglas M. Taber 
Accounring 




Michael D Talbor 
Accounring 



Carl E. Tammi 
Biology 



Angela Tavares 
French 






Ann M. Teixeira 
Nursing 



Diane Teixeira 
Nursing 



Parricia A. Tellier 

English/Writing & Communicarion 



127 



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Susan Gores Terreaulr 
Human/Social Sciences 



John A. Theriouir 
Poliricol Science 




Suson M. Tolond 
Compurer Engineering 



128 



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Julie C. Trecorrm 
Psychology 



Roberr E. Trumbour 
Visuol Design/lllusrrorion 



Erica L. Trundy 
Sociology 






Theresa Tsoi 
Accounring 



Porricio A Tucker 
Management 



Johnson U. Udo 
English 




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Lisa A. Voles 
Medical Technology 



Susan M. Valis 
Marketing 



Karhleen M Vangorden 
English/Wriring & Communicarion 



129 




Janno D. Vedrani 

Textile Design/Handweaving 



130 






Durvol D. Vieiro 
Elearicol Engineering 



Theodore R. Viles 
Human/Social Sciences 



Paul A. Viveiros 
Texrile Technology 





Kim Vong 

Elecrrical Engineering 



Kim M. Von Maluski 
Manogemenr 



Jeffrey D. Wall 
Marhemarics 






Soro D. Waller 
Philosophy 



Michele 5. Walsh 
Civil Engineering 



Sandra R. Walsh 
Texrile Technology 



131 



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Mark J. Worers 
Sociology/Criminal Justice 



Helen D. Vorson 
Painting 




132 



Thomas L. Whalen 
Marketing 



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Colleen M. Whipp 
Polirical Science 



Lisa L. Whirman 
Medical Technology 



Jeffrey T. Wiesner 
Visual Design 






Maryanne J Wilk 
Psychology 



Carol D. Wilkinson 
English 



Ursula A Wilkinson 
Nursing 





John K. Willard 

Elecrrical Engineering Technology 



Edward N. Wilson 
Markering 



Michael F. Woods Jr 
Managemenr 



133 



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Gregory J.C. Yoke 
Marketing 



134 



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Alex F. Zovorone 
Diology/Morine Biology 



Timorhy D. Zimmerman 
Diology/Morine Biology 



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Seniors Not Pictured 



Sonya Abdow 
Bechr Abouchanab 
Yasser M. Alani 
Andrew Almeida 
Oscar J. Almeida 
Stephen J. Alves 
Michale Amaral 
Christopher Anderson 
Tamara A. Anderson 
Araceliz Andino 
Georgina Antonio 
John Araujo 
Joanne Arruda 
Kari L. Arvisais 
Debra A. Audette 
Jeffrey M. August 
Michael Azevedo 
Wendy A. Azevedo 
Barbara A. Baczek 
Paul C. Bancroft 
Fadi A. Bark 
Andrea M. Barrett 
John D. Barton 
Joseph F. Battaglis 
Renee N. Bavoux 
Frank P. Baylies 
Mary Jane A. Beaton 
Paula T. Beech 
Kathryn J. Beeler 
Anne M. Belanger 
Deborah Belisle 
Lynda D. Belyea 
Alan E. Berard 
William H. Berry 
Lisa M. Berteletti 
Daniel Bertoldo 
David P. Berube 
Douglas P. Bishop 
Robert Blanchard 
Sara W. Blanchard 
Anne Marie Blasi 
Bidget E. Blinco 
Keith Boivin 
John V. Boland Jr. 
Bonnie Lee T. Bonito 
Richard C. Borges 
Martin P. Bosse 
Antoine E. Bou Kheir 
Mark A. Boucher 
Susan P. Bouley 
William E. Bourget 
James D. Boyce 
Karen M. Boyd 
Jacqueline R. Breault 
Terence R. Brogan 
Cynthia A. Burdick 
James P. Burke 
Matthew F. Burke 
Stephen G. Burke 
Joseph R. Burlet 
James A. Byrne 
Christopher Cahill 
Vincent Calenzo 
Cynthia A. Camacho 
Bruce A. Campbell 
Marie A. Canery 
Karen M. Cantwell 
Leo Canuel 
Linda M. Canuel 
Steven R. Carbon ier 
Genuine G. Cardoso 



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Linda Carney 
Christopher Carucci 
Glenn J. Casey 
Raymond Casey 
Paul R. Castano 
Leonora F. Catanho 
Nathaniel B. Chamberlain 
Thomas J. Champoux '»' 
Heike Chan 
Jeffrey S. Charest 
Daniel M. Charles 
Robert Chaves 
Tripatinder Chowdhry 
Sung Hee Chung 
Jennifer E. Churn 
Russell T. Clark 
William K. Clark 
James P. Connolly 
Rosemarie J. Conos 
Roseann Cooney 
Christopher Cooper 
Nancy J. Cornetta 
John Correia 
Victor A. Correia 
Edward J. Costa 
Joseph R. Costa 
Donald R. Cote 
Gregory R. Cote 
Monique M. Cote 
Lisa J. Cottuli 
Janet L. Coulter 
Jorge M. Coutinho 
Ana T. Couto 
Donna Couto 
Manuel L. couto 
Brian M. Cox 
Jacqueline Coyne 
Mark W. Crowther 
Alison B. Cucinotta 
Timothy S. Cummings 
James M. Czyryca 
Raymond M. Dagwan 
Brian J. Daluz 
Margaret Daniel 
Rita L. Daneilsen 
Paul J. DeAngelo 
Gary A. Deblois 
Joseph Demoura 
Maureen A. Denney 
Nancy K. Dennis 
James T. Diegel 
James M. Dilorenzo 
William R. Dixon 
Elizabeth A. Dmytryck 
Douglas P. Doane 
Paul H. Donahue 
Christine A. Donovan 
Deborah Donovan 
Kathleen Doughty 
Joshua D. Doyle 
Margaret M. Doyle 
Paul L. Dozois 
Daniel L. Drolet 
Timothy P. Duarte 
Jayme R. Duff 
Christopher W. Duffy 
Kathleen B. Dufresne 
Holly A. Dugas 
Laurent E. Duhamel 
Karen A. Dunn 



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Kathleen M. Dunn 
Nathan B. Earle 
Diane Frances East 
Mark P. Easterday 
Deborah A. Ebert 
Donna Economos 
Matthew C. Elwood 
Mehdi Emamifard 
Richard J. England 
Jamie L. Enwright 
Mark D. Estes 
Jerry Fain 

Mahmoud Famil-Firouzian 
Kristina Farrell 
John Fazzino 
David J. Ferkinhoff 
Antonio M. Ferreira 
Diane E. Ferreira 
Denise Finkle 
Erin M. Finn 
Laura J. Fisher 
Patrick J. Fisk 
Siobahn Fitzgerald 
Janes A. Flanagan 
John F. Foley 
Michael C. Foley 
Scott A. Franco 
Daniel Freitas 
Andrew J. Friedrich 
Tammie J. Frye 
Beverly J. Fulton 
Joseph D. Furtado 
Teofilo Furtado 
Judy B. Gabriel 
Thomas C. Gaenzle 

Robert R. Gagnon 
Catherine A. Gardner 
Glenn R. Gaudette 

Steven J. Gavin 

Daniel J. Geagon 

Elise Gela 

Paola Gelinas 

Jessica Gemma 

David J. Gerwatowski 

Donna M. Gillett 

Jeffrey R. Gilson 

Kimberly A. Goggin 

Peter Golden 

Alice M. Gomes 

Kevin C. Goncalo 

Laurie A. Graves 

Franklin Gray 

Paul M. Greco 

Jo-Anne Green 

Jeffery S. Greenberg 

Michael R. Greenhalgh 

Linda L. Gregory 

Paul Griswold 

Robert W. Grover 

Michael S. Guerra 

Steven N. Guillotte 

Qiang Guo 

Robert L. Haddocks 

Lisa M. Haley 

Steven M. Hall 

Theresa A. Hall 

Penny K. Hamilton 

Lisa M. Hardiman 

Nicolas H. Harouni 

Vivian W. Harrington 

Kevin A. Harris 



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Sheila E. Harris 
Brian F. Harrison 
Shoshana Hartman 
Johnny F. Hatem 
Patricia A. Henrikson 
Hang-Paul Her 
Debra A. Hershey 
Robert L. Hill 
DaleM. Hobill 
Daniel S. Hodgson 
Michael J. Hogan 
Kevin J. Holden 
Mark T. Holden 
Mark Holding 
Willard H. Holden 
Raymond T. Howard 
Bonnie A. Hughes 
Suzanne F. Hughes 
Ronald A. Hunt 
Katherine Y. Hutchison 
Quy Huynh 
Paula J. Jackson 
Marianne L. James 
Joseph L. Janes 
Xing Jiang 
Eric C. Johnson 
Kathryn K. Johnson 
Tarek M. Kalash 
Richard J. Kean 
Kathleen D. Keay 
Corey E. Kech 
Paige A. Keenan 
Scott A. Keith 
Kathleen M. Kelleher 
Christopher Kennedy 
John J. Kennedy 
William D. Kewer 
William J. Kilkenny 
Woo-Hong Kim 

Khaled W. Kirdasi 

Paul Koczera 

Kris E. Kosadowski 

Kimberly A. Koska 

Daniel P. Kuttner 

Kevin D. Labrie 

Robert Lachapelle 

Anne P. LaFleur 

Nancy J. Lambert 

Christopher Lane 

John E. LaRotonda 

Kei Lau 

Thomas Laureanno 

Richard R. Lavoie 

G. Thomas Leach III 

Cindy L. Leblanc 

David J. Leblanc 

Joyce M. LeBlanc 

Robert Leduc 

Robert Leite 

David Levesque 

Michael S. Lewandowski 

Mario J. Lewis 

Deborah Libuda 

Hor G. Lim 

San Lin 

Amy L. Lindgren 

Tun Liu 

Del Ayer D. Long 

Renee R. Looker 

Mark C. Lootz 

Rebecca J. Lopes 



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Seniors Not Pictured 



Jane Louise-Dean 
Lorri B. Lowe 
Celine Lowrie 
William C. Lunnie 
Keith P. Lynch 
Christopher Lyons 
Mary Maccini 
Joao L. Macedo 
Nancy A. Macedo 
Daniel Macritchie 
John A. Maguire 
Timothy A. Mancour 
Robert Manganello 
Arlene Manville 
Charles J. Marquie 
Nicole E. Marrow 
Claudette M. Martelly 
Noah R. Martin Jr. 
Michael A. Martinho 
Aimee Marx 
Debra Marzano 
Jodi A. Mastera 
Olivia V. Matos 
David M. Matton 
Carolyn M. Mattos 
Leslie S. Mcalister 
Robert B. McBride 
Michael O. Mccarrick 
Edward McCarthy 
Tara E. McCarthy 
Peter P. Mcdonough 
June E. Mcentee 
Sean F. Mcfadden 
Dennis M. Mcgowan 
Robert J. Mcgrath 
Rosemary K. Mcguill 
Gary S. Mckearney 
Robert N. McLaughlin 
Rand McLeod 
Janet L. Medeiros 
Jo-Anna Medeiros 
Michael R. Mellen 
Brian S. Mello 
Curtis S. Mello 
Lisa A. Mello 
Eva M. Melo 
Olivia A. Melo 
Jeffrey Mendoza 
Lisa M. Metcalf 
Carl J. Meurell 
Christos Michalopoulos 
George Milan 
Edward A. Mills 
Brenda J. Milone 
Guy C. Minkin 
Atul T. Mistry 
David G. Mitchell 
Margaret C. Mitchell 
Theresa J. Mitchell 
Lena Mo 

Deborah L. Monteiro 
Samuel T. Moore 
Barbara J. Morgan 
David Morse 
Paul J. Moses 
William C. Moynihan 
Eric Mueller 
Mary Munoz 
Michael F. Murphy 
Richard F. Nacaula 
Mohamad B. Nader 



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Kristin E. Nawrocki 
Curtis W. Nelson 
Deborah A. Nelson 
Kristen G. Nelson 
Linda Neves 
Chi Keung Ng 
Christine Niles 
Kathy Nolan 
Zaefrul N. Nordin- 
James O'Brien 
Kevin J. O'Connell 
John M. O'Connor 
Mary A. O'Connor 
Lauren O'Neil 
Christopher O'Reilly 
Carl A. Oliveira 
Kenneth Oliveira 
Michael J. Oliveira 
Raymond M. Oswald 
Paul R. Ouellette 
Christopher Paiva 
Keith R. Palos 
Peter A. Pappas 
Marissa A. Parente 
Rita D. Patel 
Garth P. Patterson 
Laura B. Patterson 
Jeffrey R. Paul 
Joell E. Paul 
Peter W. Paulino 
Andrew Payne 
Douglas Peck 
Maureen T. Peloquin 
Marc A. Perkins 
Daniel M. Perry 
Deanna Perry 
Elizabeth Perry 
John T. Perry 
Judith M. Perry 
Matthew J. Perry 
Shelly A. Perry 
William M. Perry 
Jacqueline J. Peters 
Richard D. Peters 
Jeffrey S. Petersen 
Gail M. Phaneuf 
Dawn M. Phinney 
Verena I. Phoenix 
Carlos R. Pimentel 
Francisco J. Pinto 
Laura J. Pitt 
Farell L. Plank 
Marc A. Poitras 
Susan Ponte 
Ryan C. Pothier 
Steven Powell 
Yany Prak 
Todd C. Prenda 
Sapon Prom 
Christine L. Provencal 
Pamela J. Puputti 
Michael J. Quinn 
Angela M. Quintin 
Michael N. Rachlin 
Arthur A. Racine 
Angelo V. Rallo 
Suzanne M. Ramos 
Thembi Ranuga 
Jennifer L. Raposo 
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Tracey A. Rapoza 
Christine M. Reardon 
Kathy A. Rebeiro 
Susan Ricardo 
Mark R. Ricci 
Jeffrey E. Richards 
Scott J. Rickson 
Adelina Ridzuan 
Mark E. Riley 
Patrick W. Riley 
Kristin D. Roberts 
Nancy L. Robinson 
Christopher Rodelle 
Irene Roderiques 
Catherine F. Rodrigues 
Kathleen R. Rogers 
Carolyn Rogers-Ashworth 
Bethany J. Rose 
Timothy C. Rose 
Thomas A. Roussell 
John S. Roy 
Leo C. Roy 
Robert E. Ryan 
Teresa A. Saab 
James A. Sabean 
Susan E. Sacramento 
Talal Rashad Sady 
William G. Sanford 
Carol J. Santos 
Christine A. Santos 
Edythe J. Saucier 
Ellen L. Saunders 
Andrew J. Scharmer 
Monika S. Schuler 
Stephen Serwatka 
Lori L. Shaker 
Carmen E. Shay 
Sung-Chul Shin 
Andrew M. Shuman 
Debra S. Sienkowski 
Lynn A. Silsby 
Antonio M. Silva 
Edward J. Simmons 
Sam-Kit Sin 
Susan J. Skowronek . 
Adrew D. Slavin 
Mark T. Small 
Anne E. Smith 
Eileen B. Smith 
Sylvia M. Smith 
Danhua So 
Tracy A. Solari 
Michael J. Sousa 
Sherilyn R. Southworth 
Darlene A. Spencer 
Margaret St. Marie 
Andrew Stackpole 
Peter D. Starefos 
Peter K. Stark 
Marilyn C. Stern 
Scott M. Stevens 
Sharon Stiffler 
Barbara B. Straus 
David N. Stringham 
Karen J. Sulham 
Christine A. Sullivan 
James M. Sullivan 
John M. Swan 
Diane C. Swiderski 
Andrew F. Sylvia 
Debra S. Talin 



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John R. Tavares 
Elizabeth Taylor 
Joao M. Teixeira 
Maria H. Teixeira 
Christopher Terpstra 
Richard J. Therrien 
Katherine C. Thornell 
Hiroshi K. Thurber 
Penny A. Tompkins 
Michael P. Tortolani 
Lee M. Toth 
Barbara G. Traban 
Ming-jen Tsai 
Edward Tsouprake 
Gregor Turk 
Janet G. Tweedy 
Kim Anh Thi Uong 
Gregory Varnum 
Julio M. Vera-Cruz 
Angela J. Verth 
Natalie Vieira 
Ronald A. Vien 
Nicole U.Vilkas 
Robin M. Vincelette 
Donna M. Viveiros 
Stephen M. Volkmann 
Kim M. Von Maluski 
Barbara J. Wales 
Gerald E. Walsh 
Richard A. Walsh 
Richard P. Walsh 
Khai Chew Wan 
Randy J. Waters 
Denise H. Webb 
Mark A. Weldon 
William D. Wentworth Jr. 
Robyn L. Werly 
Mark Wessinger 
Kim M. Westgate 
Catherine M. Westhaver 
Jennifer L. White 
Jonathan A. White 
Sandra G. Whitman 
Robert G. Whittaker 
Mariusz Wierzbicki 
Gregg S. Williamson 
Patrick A. Williamson 
John S. Wilson 
Ryder T. Windham 
Carolyn Wingate 
Anthony E. Winiewicz 
David E. Wolkowicz 
Rong-Hou Wu 
Christine A. Wypych 
Feng Xu 

Richard P. Yeomans 
Jiaju Yin 

Donna M. Young 
Michael Zanelli 
Zheng Zhao 
Qiang Zheng 
Mary E. Ziarnik 
James Zuis 



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ATHLETICS 




Volleyball 



Fronr Row (lefr ro righr): Mary Anne Choo, 
Undo Lincoln, Diane Deoucieu, Francine Cabral, 
Keily Durke Dock Row (lefr ro righr): Coach frias, 
Lisa Proc, Sue Murphy, Barbara Page, Derh 
Harhaway, Georgerre Gusmond, Diane Parry, 
Amanda gomes, Kelly Wesr 





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Field Hockey 

Fronr Row (left ro righr): Nancy Courrney, Korin 
Tammi, Theresa Bazarewsky, Derh MacMillan 
(caprain), Kim Sullivan (caprain), Nancy Roberts 
(caprain), Sandy Murley, Sheila Edwards, Derh 
Brooks Back Row (lefr ro righr): Tracy Kerrigan, 
Colleen Callahan, Krisren McGrarh, Dawn 
McKenney, Temple Perrway, Carhy Shea, The- 
resa Lobo, Karen McNeil, Jennifer Connel 




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Foorball 



Fronr Row (lefr ro righr): E. Rodrigues, C. 
Tammi (caprain), P. Murphy, J. Duchemin (cap- 
rain), J. Darresi, T. Srudley, N. Crowley, D. Sivil, 
Serh Rosenfield Second Row (lefr ro righr): G. 
Gerchell, sreve King, K. Palos (caprain), C 
Loyons, M. Leahey, D. Childs, E. Miller, M. Lirrle 
Third Row (lefr ro righr): A. Marrin, R. Avery, R. 
Avery, R. Cannon, J. Lamorhe, J. Orraviani, J. 
McCrea Fourrh Row (lefr ro righr): C. Dillingron, 
W. Darling, A. Ponre, C. Kahili Fifrh Row (lefr ro 
righr): J. Hicklen, K. Gibson, M. McNeilly, A. 
Marrin, R. DeMoura, T. Prozinski, D. Wallace, M. 
Guarino Dock Row (lefr ro righr): T. 
McSweeney, R. Sass, C Coleman, M. Roberge, 
T. Greenblurr, S. Vascancollas, D. Smirh, F. 
Glenowicz, J. Sanros, O. Adams 





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Men's Soccer 

Front Row (lefr ro righr): John Still, Daniel Webb, 
Dove Marvin, Luis Maros, Brian Poirier, Antonio 
Neves Second Row (lefr ro righr): Kurr Ruchala, 
Michael Bradbury, Phil Bagley (caprain), Eric 
Lacroix (caprain), Hai Dang (caprain), Kenerh 
Webb, Donald Yucius, William Cameron Back 
Row (lefr to righr): Jarek Mlodzinski (head 
coach), Mark Brumbaugh, Glen Markey, Carlos 
Almeida, Steve Chase, Jose Pacheco, Keneth 
Thompson, Jean DeBurgo, Roberr Lusieur (asst. 
coach) 




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Women's Cross 
Country 

Fronr Row (lefr ro righr): Kore Orrovionnni, De- 
onna Marceau, Crisrina Pinhancos, Eloine Par- 
enreou Dock Row (lefr ro righr): Joe McCarthy 
(ossr. coach), Kim Reid, Emily Parenreau, Jen 
Clark (caprain), Hilaria Rocha, Sue Sena, John 
Hird (coach) 






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Men's Cross 
Country 

Fronr Row (lefr ro righr): Jim Colloghon, Nels 
Lindblom, Paul Kelly, Mike Sansoucy Back Row 
(lefr ro righr): Joe McCorrhy (ossr. cooch), Tom 
Tracy, Adorn Hickey, Dove Kroll, Dill Weschrols, 
Chris Conley, Jomie oubuchon, Tim Lindner, 
John Hird (coach) 




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Men's Basketball 

Fronr Row (left ro righr): Mike Murphy, Ron 
Cobb, Michael Viega, Damon Aronson, Scorf 
Leip, Gregg McCann Dock Row (lefr ro righr): 
Brian Daprisre (head coach), Kevin Kilcoyne, 
Devin Ingram, Tom Rawson, Vol Sender, Tom 
Spararo, Mark Orraviannelli (ossr. coach) 





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Woman's 
Basketball 



Fronr Row (left ro righr): Karen Tessier, Holly 
Morin, Melissa McKenna (caprain), Bern MacMil- 
lan (caprain), Kelly Drady, Derh Brooks Back 
Row (lefr ro righr): Carhy Hourman (assr. 
coach), Dawn McKenney, Lisa Garland, Melissa 
Longfellow, Michele Bullock, Sue Quin, Karhy 
FirzGibbons, Judy Sullivan (head coach) 





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Ice Hockey 



Seniors 

Fronr Row (lefr ro right): Chris Heirmon, Dill 
Kewer, Don Horr, Dill Kennedy Dock Row (lefr 
ro righr): Drian Holmes, Mike Lewandowski, 
Mike Woods 





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Baseball 



Fronr Row (lefr ro righr): Chris Doporr, Dove 
Domingo, Glen Docus, Eamon Kingman, Randy 
Debrosse, Chris Wnek Second Row- (lefr ro 
righr): Perer Mullen, Norm Dumonr, Chris Arbo- 
gasr, Scorr Drown (caprain), Scorr Nolin, Todd 
Rembis, Kurr Dreher Back Row (lefr ro righr): 
Gary sharp, Norm Rego, Ned Lyons, Joel Valla- 
doa, Gary Sanrerre, Brian Denham, Greg Haley 





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Fronr Row (lefr ro righr): Derh Brooks, Liso Coll- 
brirh, Linda Miller, Liso Miccile, Debby Holsreod, 
Derh MocMillan, Julio Miller, Debby Torosian, 
Kelley Drady, Darrie Drisserre Dock Row (lefr ro 
righr): Kim Pacheco, Sue Smirh, Kelley Lewis, 
Jennifer Doyle, Down McKenny, Sue Quinn, 
Chris Genorossio, Donna, Mauro, Tracey 
Kerrigan 




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Student Senate 



Steve Baddour - Treasurer 
Rochell Leblanc - Corresponding Secretary 
Christopher Conney - President 
Kathleen Faron - Vice President 

Jennifer Sears, Kristen Lavalle, Kelly McGalli- 
gan, Seanna McGuire, Holly Kozak, Megan 
Flynn, Suzanne Shea, Christopher Hatch, 
Carolyn Hatch, Moira Schwing, Amy Ippo- 
lito, Timothy Chase, Mark Letendre, Mark 
Barrera, Michael Winters, Michelle longfel- 
low, David "Pee Wee" Cabral. 
Not pictured, Cindy Sasen - Recording 
Secretary. 




Board of Governors 



Lisa Whitman, Christopher Hatch, 
Richard Gallagher (Chairman), 
Margaret Boyle, Charles Holden, 
Richard Waring, Todd Bryda (Vice 
Chairman), Dean Donald Howard, 
Cheryl Cullen (Secretary), Amy 
Ippolito, Paula Dipalma (Treas- 
urer), Paul Scanell, Timothy Hill. 




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The Torch 




Front Row: 

Mahammad Suoud, Tim Hill 

Middle Row: 

Kris Rocha, Lou Costa (Editor - in - Chief) 

Last Row: 

Cindy Kelly, Sean McFadden, Stacey Flynn, Jon Maxwell, Michele Mulhern, Julie Landry, Mike Gelbwasser 



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Front Row: 

David Ferkinhodd, Diane Sullivan, Jeff Icken, Sue Mitchell, Frank Carmichael, Margaret Daniels 

Second Row: 

Maureen Sylvia, Leo Racine, Dennis Hoteman, Peter Delphineas, Charlene Preece 



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Black Student Union 




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Omni Ad 




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Cape Verdean 
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Honors Recognition Dinner 




Student Trustee Angie Lopes with Dean Donald Howard and President 
John Brazil 




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Retiring Trustee Claire T. Carney '73 received a Distinguished Service to 
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Prof. Warren Holt received a distinguished service to the University Award 



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Kristen Enestrom 




The Mile 

People come into our lives 

And walk with us a mile 

And then because of circumstance 

They only stay a while. 

They serve their need within their days 

That pass so quickly by. 

Then they're gone without a trace 

We often wonder why. 

God only knows why we meet 

And share a simple smile 

Why people come into our lives 

And walk with us a mile. 

-Anonymous 
In memory of Kristen Engstrom, 
August 12, 1967-April 29, 1988. 





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Wandering alone, I looked up to the 
sky and contemplated the clouds. 

In these trying times we find ourselves 
seeking reason in a patternless reality. 

Finding our way through the tangled 
paths of life, we decide our own way, 
hoping our decision is best. 

If we should lose our way we must 
remember a day when the sun did shine. 

And on this journey, we carry with us 
a little part of all those we have met. 

Some of these memories fade, and 
some remain with us always, as perfect as 
the day we held them for the first time. 

And as I ponder the day when my 
journey shall end, I realize, I care not if my 
memory fades or lives on beyond me. 

I care only that those that I have 
touched may be happier and their step a 
little lighter. 



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Dr. Robert P. Pallatroni 



Bob had a special gift. 

More than a talent, more than a skill, - a gift 

His work was infused with it, his world view ordered and strengthened by 
it, as a teacher, as a therapist, as a friend. 

After his death, talking to his colleagues, his students, his clients, it was 
obvious that he was a unique person. People liked him. They liked him 
very much. People who knew little more than Bob's public persona liked 
him, they saw the essential gift he had, and understood that it was a gift 
for them as well. 

Talking to people, listening to what they said, the fact of the gift became 
apparent. 

"He makes me feel as though he cared about me, cared about how I felt" 
said one person. 

"Even in a large lecture, I felt as though he were talking to me, that it 
made a difference to him if I understood or not" observed a student 

"He always had a smile for me" recalled an associate 

"He made me feel important, he always stopped to say hello" 

"Warm, funny, kind, caring, a real person, a great guy" 

Not just a few people felt this way- lots of people felt these things. 

Will Rogers said that he never met a man that he didn't like - 1 never met 
a person that didn't like Pal. I think that was because of his gift. 

The gift of affirmation. 

Affirmation in the sense of confirming the existence, the reality of the 
other person, the trueness of the other person. 

Affirmation in the sense of the confirmation of the positive qualities of 
goodness of the other person. 

Pal was real. He understood that other people were not shadow figures 
that they were real, real ideas, real feelings, real fears, real hopes. He saw 
the essential reality in the other person. 

And he understood the essential positiveness, the goodness of the other, 
he trusted that the fundamental nature of the other person was good, that 
the prisoner was good, that the drug addict was good, that the explosive, 
delinquent adolescent was good, that the dysfunctional parent was good. 




To affirm. To recognize the existence, to confirm the fact of a person's 
essential goodness, and worth is a wonderful thing to give that person. It 
is made even more wonderful when the person is troubled, or alone or 
afraid. 

As a psychologist, Bob belonged to a theoretical school which places 
great emphasis on the working alliance between therapist and patient. 

As Fisher observed: 

Authentic therapy emerges only if the doctor can hit upon a true way of 
being with the patient, a way that is not solemnly helpful, or a way of 
making money and being important, or a way of satisfying his need for 
dominance and potency. This genuineness employs nascent skills- 
sensitivity and imagination and compassion - which are aroused by the 
problems and the nature of the particular patient. 

Bob had this working alliance with many of us. We are confirmed in our 
essential reality and our essential goodness because of it. 

It is Bob's gift to us. It is a gift we are compelled to share with others. 



From the 

Eulogy on the occasion of a memorial mass celebrated for Robert 
Pallatroni, Ph.D., Professor of psychology; given by Dr.James B. Riley, 
professor of psychology 



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Dr. Francis X. O'Brien 



Rose-lipped maidens ... lightfoot lads. 

You let us live so freely. You weighed on us so lightly. 

Whether 3 or 93 we be, we were laddies and lassies all. 

You distracted us with grace. You disarmed us with humor. 

And all the while, you had a hand upon the helm of a ship larger than we 

could see. 

We gather as a community: each touched - each deeply marked - not by 
brute force - but by the gossamer tugs of your civility. "The true test of 
civilization" - Emerson saw - was "Not in the census ... and not in the 
crops, ...but in the kind of man the country turns out." Civilization is a 
commons, but it is the work and gift of a few like you. 

Who made a man so straight and true as you? 1 

We gather as community. We know you many ways: as son, as brother, 
as husband, and as father — as citizen, seaman, mentor, colleague and as 
a friend. But we knew a single face: "an honest thought ...a common good 
...a gentle life ...so mixed in him that nature might stand up and say to all 
the world "This was a man!" 




With each of us you set a course and made a mark upwind - bare poles or 
full sail - your joy as much the journey as in the journey's end. 

Who made a man so straight and true as you? 

How proud must a family be to have engendered and nurtured such a 
man! How proud you were of them. 

Most know you loved the sea - and snails and worms and starfish and 
slimy creatures of the deep. But another love was language - English - 
from Pope to Pinafore, to simply the richness of her verbs. Tis uncommon 
in a man - when barely past one-and-twenty - to take Shakespeare with 
his salt. But you saw a special quest: What should a man do? What dose a 
man's life mean? That was pure biology. Your answers were your deeds. 

With Louis Agassiz you contemplated the wisdom of the Creator as 
manifest in the works of His Creation. But you also sat alone - and the end 
of the day, when the books were closed and microscope light turned out - 
you let the Creator's Rift of thought hold sway. The imagination fired - "a 
chaos of delight." 

The instant 

As trivial as it is 

Is all we have 

Unless- unless 

Things the imagination feeds upon, 

The scent of the rose. 

Startle us anew. (William Carlos Williams) 



John Kennedy in Dublin found the future in: men who can dream of 
things that never were." Your loves of the sea and of nature and of the 
language were fuel for the fires of your mind. You loved others - such as 
Tennyson - who had sailed this route before: 

Flower in the crannied wall, 

I pluck you out the crannies. 

I hold you here, root and all, in my hand. 

Little flower - but if\ could understand 

What you are, root and all, and all in all, 

I should know what God and man is. 

But you did not voyage alone. Life was to be shared. You came to 
Southeastern Massachusetts University over 20 years ago to help build a 
university - to help shape our community. It was - after your family - the 
love of your life. And oh, how you did toil. It was not just a place to work, 
but a place to build dreams. And you knew - like Whitehead - that it took 
a special mix to make it work: " The justification of a university is that it 
preserves the connection between knowledge and the zest for life , by 
uniting the young and the old in the imaginative consideration of 
learning. The university imparts information, but it imparts it imaginatively 
...A university which fails in this respect has no reason for existence." 



From the 

Eulogy for Francis Xavier O'Brien (1 935-1 989) 

Delivered at St. Mary's Church, South Dartmouth, Massachusetts 

18 September 1989 

by Robert K. Edgar 



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Year after year we collect the memories that pass and draw them 
together for everyone to see and keep for days to come. Every year seems 
just like the last, it is only the faces that slowly change. Day after day we 
search for new ideas, but they all seem the same. Slowly, ever slowly, we 
decide on just the right picture, just the right phrase, and just the right 
combination, to hold these memories. 

It is often that a memory slips by, forever lost. We can not relive the 
moments, only present what we have, hoping they are enough to bring back 
the thoughts of yesterday. 

The loss of the memories that have slipped by is indeed a sad one. 
We hope that those we do have for you will bring back the days once lived 
and spark the imagination of the future. 

We thank you for trusting us with the care taking of your past. 

Sincerely, 

Those who brought you the 1 989 Scrimshaw 



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