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Scrimshaw 1999 

Prologue 192 

Administration & Faculty 181 

Monthly Events 169 

Millennium Timeline 81 

Graduates 79 

Graduate Directory 42 

Ads 30 

Colophon 6 

EditorialPage 5 

Epilogue 3 

Index 1 





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Scrimshaw 1999 

University of Massachusetts 

Dartmouth 

North Dartmouth, Massachusetts 

Volume 39 



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Millennium 

by Dino DiPasquale 



I'm sitting in the Scrimshaw office, thinking about 
my next assignment. You see, I have been given the 
incredulous task of writing about this year's theme: 
the millennium. So I sat down with a bag of crispy 
M&M's, turned up Method Man's T2000 CD, and got to 
thinking. I sat, I ate, I listened. Nothing. Writer's 
block. I'm already a week over the deadline with this 
thing. "What am I gonna do now?" I said hopelessly 
as I put my head on the desk. "Don't worry," consoled 
the editor, "you'll think of something. I mean, it's not 
the end of the world." "Or maybe it's just the begin- 
ning," I said. "Thanks for the idea!" The editor walked 
away with a confused look on his face as I began writing. 

If you think about it, graduating from the University 
is like the end of one world and the beginning of a new 
one. With years of schooling behind them, graduates 
go out into this world to seek their fortunes. In this 
new world lies the potential to fulfill life long dreams 
and fantasies. Their daily lives will be significantly 
altered. For not only will they face the "real world" but 
the millennium as well. They are the last graduating 
class of a millennium gone by. This rare distinction is 
what makes the Class of 1999 so exceptional. 

In commemoration of the Class of 1999, the last 
Scrimshaw of this millennium contains some very 
special features. As you've probably noticed, this book 
doesn't start with page one. The descending page 
numbers represent the countdown to the millennium. 
Events, sports, organizations, and other such things are 
arranged in calendar format from September to June. In 
the middle of everything is a timeline which covers the 
past 1000 years. Other additions to the yearbook in- 
clude an index, epilogue, and a graduate directory. 

We here at Scrimshaw wish all of the UMass Dart- 
mouth graduates success, and hope that you treasure 
this yearbook for years to come. 




'Dedication 



Richard Waring 



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Since 1972, Richard Waring has reigned as the director of the Wm. Q. "Biff MacLean Campus Center. 
He has been with the building since its birth, and has watched it mature into what it has become today. A 
great many things to different people, most can agree that Richard has served as a mentor to new 
administrators and students alike. 

A SMTI alumnus (1969), he understands the role of both the student and the administrator. With this all- 
around view of the UMD community, he tries to bring the faculty and students together with cultural events 
appealing to both groups. Richard has worked endlessly and passionately with the Cultural Affairs 
Committee to advertise such events. Some events include the Lakota Sioux Dance Theater, the Vivaldi 
Orchestra of Moscow, and the annual National Shakespeare Company productions. 

As a senior staff member, he is responsible for the operations of the Sunset Room/ student pub, the third 
floor student offices, the Tech crew, the game room, the University Box Office, and the bookkeeping of these 
facilities. He supervises a large group of student workers who help to maintain and manage these facilities. 
The Campus Center is the heart of the University in Richard's eyes, so by hiring students he involves them 
in the decision making and the management of some of its operations. Encouraging students to take 
leadership roles, he restores student confidence, making a link between college and their future careers. 
The Board of Governors, a student voice in the affairs of the campus center, is a committee created by 
_ Richard. This committee votes on dif- 

ferent events, repairs, and up keep of 
the building. 

By colleagues he is described as 
very funny, quick, and original with his 
humor. Some of his earlier years were 
his best. Richard has a great character 
and constant energy, he is consistent in 
his beliefs, and can be persuasive in the 
issues of the Campus Center. Very up 
front, he can be the voice of reason at 
times, putting students at the same 
level as himself, and has helped the 
Class of 1999 with its decision making. 
For all of these reasons, the 1999 
graduating class dedicates this year's 
Scrimshaw yearbook to Richard War- 
ing. We hope you are honored by this 
acknowledgment of students and stu- 
dent life. Thank you for all your con- 
; tinuing support. 



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In Memory Of. . . 



John Cumiskey 









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Usually winter break is a transition between the fall and spring 
semesters in which many students try to relax by blocking out anything 
pertaining to school. Some accomplish this by traveling out of the 
country, spending time with home-town friends, and a few just stay home 
watching television all day long. On January 14, a UMD student, John 
Cumiskey, decided to enjoy a night of winter break by attending Lupo's 
Heartbreak Hotel Dance Club in Providence, Rhode Island. In a matter of 
seconds, this night which was planned to be filled with laughter and fun 
turned into a tragedy from which John was taken away from his family, 
friends, and the community of UMD. 

A Business Administration major, John was popular and his 
compassion and loyalty were characteristics for which John will be 
remembered. "He never dwelled on the negative and didn't want his 
friends to do so either. John could always be counted on to make you laugh 
and forget your problems, or at least help put them in perspective," 
remarked a friend. 

A loss of a life is a tragic event, but the time John spent with the 
UMD community, although short, will not be forgotten. How can one 
forget someone who is carefree, outgoing, wonderful, honest, a good friend, a loving brother, and a good son. One 
student, painting a portrait of how special a person he was, had the following to say; 

"The loss of John is a tragedy not only because of the way he died, but because the world is a dimmer without 
him in it. There is one less smile, one less laugh, one less person to bring joy into the lives of others, an asset that 
we so desperately need. We need not remember the way John died, but the way he lived. If each of us greeted our 
fellow student, our fellow man with the kindness that John possessed, this world would be a better place." 



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by Kristen Regan 

". . .Depressing, gray, gloomy, barren, cold, unwelcoming," all adjectives that 
have been used to describe the University in the past. Driving along Old Westport 
Road you can't help but notice the quaint country farmhouses, then suddenly 
your eyes are met with a slab of concrete freshly embedded in a garden of shrubs, 
ornamental grasses and some 1,000 bulbs announcing the University of Massa- 
chusetts Dartmouth. This Gateway Landscape is a refreshing change thanks to 
the efforts of Professor James Sears and his Fall 1998 class. 

This has been one of the many projects that Sears has coordinated to help 
brighten UMD. The philosophy behind all of these landscapes? By "softening and 
humanizing" the campus, it increases peaceful places where people will want to 
sit, think, and congregate. As Sears said "we're not trying to traditionalize the 
campus. . .just humanize it." 




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Landscapes have an effect on students moods and their 
general perception of the University. Sixty-seven percent 
of those surveyed say the "appearance of the college 
grounds . . . influenced them most during campus visits." 
With this in mind, the Dell was repainted over the sum- 
mer and flowers were planted at the dorms. The 1998 
UMass Dartmouth Summer Staff, under the direction of 
biology professor James Sears, spent consecutive after- 
noons landscaping the Housing and Residential Life quad 
area with a variety of flowers and plant life. What was once 
an ugly hillside is now a "terraced garden of Pennsylvania 



stone with grasses, shrubs, and perennials." The once 
barren area around "The Big Rock" was resodded too. 
Evergreens and plants were planted along the walkway to 
"soften some of the least interesting and harshest archi- 
tecture on campus." 

This has been one of the many projects that Sears has 
coordinated to help brighten UMD. In the past he has 
worked with his wife Donna Huse from sociology, and 
Peter London from art education on the Centennial 
Garden near the campus center. He's also worked on 
other campus garden projects with many past classes. 




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England. So don't we deserve the best facilities? UMD 
was given a grant in January of 1998 by the State of 
Massachusetts for athletic renovations. A decision 
was made to repair the track, football, and softball 
fields. A new, rubberized track has been laid down. 
The field within the track has been graded, outfitted 
with fresh sod, and equipped with a new irrigation 
system. The surrounding area of the football field 
(which is also used for men's and women's lacrosse 
and soccer) has been graded so that it's safer to walk 



has been graded and leveled as well. All three have 
been supplied with new score boards. 

The athletic offices themselves also have been 
renovated. New ceilings, carpets, moldings, and a 
fresh coat of paint made these affitiled. These remod- 
eling projects are just'a sign of things to come. 

Computers are a prominent form of technology in 
the world. Because they are such important resources, 
UMD has decided to "upgrade" it's computer facilities. 
New clusters in the 3A and Phase 1 dorms make 



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computers more accessible to those residents who 
don't have them. UMD has also purchased new com- 
puters for it's clusters in Groups 1 and 2 and the library 
basement, making them available for all students to use. 
Using computer graphics, all the schools in the 
UMass system have finally united under one banner! A 
new logo, trademarked by the University of Massachu- 
setts, will be used by all schools in its system. Our 
version has been approved by Chancellor Cressy and will 
be the official symbol of UMD for the new millennium. 








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1936 - 1940 (NBTS) 

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Dear Class of 1999: 



The University has tried to provide you with an opportunity, and 
so the benefits that you have derived here are the direct result of 
your own efforts to take advantage of this opportunity. 

I know that you are aware that tlese college years make up only 
a part of your education. There ii much more to come. Some of 
it might occur in a formal setting, but most of it will occur 
outside the classroom. 



I wish you well in all of your ende|vors, especially as you continue 
your education, be it in the acacfemy or in life itself. 




Sincerely, 

William M. Bulger 
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and faculty 

While following a vision, 
embracing change, and 
bringing out the greatest 
potential in all, we should be 
looking toward the threshold 
of the new millennium." 



Dr. Diana Hackney 

Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs 







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Administration and Faculty \ 180 




Dear Class of 1999: 

Graduation marks an important milestone in your life. The world in front 
of you is filled with both promise and challenge. Your education obtained 
here makes you ready to take advantage of both. Congratulations to each 
of you for completing your degree. 

Achieving this major milestone in your life should be an enormous sense 
of pride. You graduate this year ready to face the world. More than at any 
time in recent memory the world's economy is prospering. Medicine, 
science, and technology are advancing at a rapid rate and there is a new 
spirit of optimism. On the other hand, around the world violence, 
tragedy, and bigotry are everyday occurrences. You, therefore, are faced 
with the challenge of extending peace, prosperity, and civility to every 
corner of the world and to every level of society. Never in the history of humankind has knowledge been expanding at 
such a rapid rate. I encourage you to use that knowledge to make the world a better place in which to live. By doing 
well in your chosen field and by participating as a good citizen, you will contribute to your community, to your country, 
and to the world. I urge you to remember that both diversity and civility are the cornerstones of our democracy. 

Many individuals such as your parents, friends, faculty, and staff have supported you as you moved toward graduation. 
In the journey toward graduation you learned important skills and understanding: communication, teamwork, 
discipline, persistence, and humanity. Perhaps most importantly, however, you learned how to learn. The world is 
changing so rapidly that the capacity to learn is the most critical attribute you take with you from your time at UMass 
Dartmouth. 

It has been an honor for all of us as members of the faculty or the staff to have watched your progress. Your University 
is proud of you. Each of us who stays behind wishes you well and hopes you will continue to be a part of your alma mater. 



Peter H. Cressy 
Chancellor 





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Joyce Ames 

Director of Health Services 



Lasse B. Antonsen 

Director of Art Gallery 



Norman L. Barber 

Director of Multicultural 
Support Services 



SZdministration 




Raymond M. Barrows 

Executive Director of 

Minority Recruitment/ 

Retention 



Susan T. Costa 

Associate Vice Chancellor 
of Student Affairs 



Gail L. Berman 

Director of Career 
Resource Center 



Steven T. Briggs 

Director of Admissions 



Richard T. Burke 

Assistant Chancellor of 
Continuing Education 



Thomas J. Daigle 

Director of Cooperative 
Learning Center 



Eileen D. Ferreira 

Director of Grant 
Accounting 



Christine Frizzell 

Director of Counseling 
Center 



Mary-Elizabeth Butler 

Coordinator of Student 
Activities 




Diana Hackney 

Vice Chancellor of 
Student Affairs 




Maeve D. Hickok 

Executive Director of 

Information/News/ 

Publications 



Kevin W. Hill 

Director of Housing/ 
Residential Life 




Donald C. Howard 

Dean of Students 



Carole J. Johnson 

Director of Disabled 
Student Services 



Carroll McCloud 

Director of the Douglass 
Unity House 



Administration and Faculty 178 



Robert Mullen 

Director of Athletics 




Felicia Robinson 

Director of Dining 
Services 



Thomas M. Mulvey 

Assistant Chancellor of 
Enrollment Management 





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Carol B. Rose 

Director of College Now 



Juli L. Parker 

Director of the Women's 
Resource Center 



Mark J. Porter 

Director of Public Safety 



Donald H. Ramsbottom 

Executive Director of 

Foundation/Annual 

Giving 




Brian J. Rothschild 

Director of the Center for 

Marine Science & 

Technology 



Diane A. Sansoucy 

Director of the Child Care 
Center 



Kathleen Scieszka 

System Coordinator of 
the UMass Pass Office 






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Director of Human Assistant Chancellor of 

Resources Equal Opportunity/ 

Diversity/Outreach 

Other Administrators 

Lewis Dars 

Vice Chancellor of Administrative/Fiscal Services 

Kathy Eubanks 

Bursar 

Robert W. Green 

Associate Provost for Computing and Information Technology 

Michael Laliberty 

Coordinator of Student Judicial Affairs 

Areta K. Masi 

Director of Institutional Research 



Donald G. Sweet 

Dean of Library 



Roger P. Tache 

Executive Director of 

Administration/Auxiliary 

Services 



Benjamin F. Taggie 

Provost and Vice 

Chancellor of Academic 

Affairs 



Donna Massano 

Director of Information Technology Systems and Services 

Richard J. Panofsky 

Associate Vice Chancellor of Graduate Studies 

Carol Pimental 

Director of Internal Audit 

Bruce A. Rose 

Interim Director of Upward Bound 

Paul L. Vigeant 

Director of Alumni Affairs 



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Ronald D. McNeil 

Dean of the Charlton College of Business 




John Chopoorian 

Chairperson of Marketing & 
Business Information System 




Frederick Jones 

Chairperson of Accounting & 
Finance 




Kathleen Suchon 

Chairperson of Management 



Administration and Faculty \ 176 




College oftZrts and Sciences 



Judy Schaaf 

Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences 





















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Donald W. Boerth 

Chairperson of Chemistry 








Doanld P. Corriveau 

Chairperson of Psychology 



Donald S. Douglas 

Chairperson of Biology 






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James Griffith 

Chairperson of Medical 
Laboratory Science 




Ciulio Massano 

Chairperson of Foreign 
Literature & Language 




Philip Melanson 

Chairperson of Political Science 




Larry M. Miller 

Chairperson of Sociology/ 
Anthropology 




James Place 

Chairperson of Philosophy 



Other Chairpersons 

Robert Hackey 

Chairperson of Multidisciplinary Studies 

William Hogan 

Chairperson of Economics 

Gerlad Koot 

Chairperson of History and Humanities & Social Science 

Cynthas Kruger 

Chairperson of Education 



Ronald Tannenwald 

Chairperson of Mathematics 

Edwin J. Thompson 

Chairperson of English 



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College of "Engineering 



Thomas J. Curry 

Dean of the College of Engineering 




Sherif D. El Wakil 

Chairperson of Mechanical 

Engineering & Engineering 

Technology 





Sat Dev Khanna 

Chairperson of Civil & 
Environmental Engineering 



Boleslaw Mikolajczak 

Chairperson of Computer & 
Information Science 



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Steven Nardone 

Chairperson of Electrical & 
Computer Engineering 



Paul Ukleja 

Chairperson of Physics 




Steven B. Warner 

Chairperson of Textile Sciences 



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College o/JVursing 



Elisabeth Pennington 

Dean of the College of Nursing 







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Mary Ann Dillon 

Chairperson of Insitutional 
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Joan C. Pisarczyk 

Chairperson of Community 
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College of Visual and 
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John C. Laughton 

Dean of the College of Visual and Performing Arts 





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Chairperson of Art Education 




Anthony Miraglia 

Chairperson of Fine Arts 



Other Chairpersons 

Eleanor Carlson 

Chairperson of Music 

Harvey Goldman 

Chairperson of Design 



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Front L - R: Eric Deandrea, Brian Monroe, Sandra Cuhna, Rin Fahey 

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Convocation 


"Ice Cream & Friends" 






Beta Theta Pi 





Front L - R: Doug Rand, Rob Perry, Ricardo De Sousa, Dino Di Pasquale, Ryan Ashley 
Middle L - R: Ben Oram, Michael Jordan, Tom Drake, Derek Zannini, Joe Stratarrd, 

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Back L - R: Neil Bailey, Ray Fryer, Baard Fossen, Joe Cardia 



Monthly Events I 168 



We [come "Back Week 




by Kristen Regan 



Free food! That was one of the reasons UMD's 
Welcome Back Week was so popular amongst 
students. Thanks to the organizational efforts of 
Vice Chancellor, Dr. Diana Hackney, and the Di- 
rector of Student Activities, Mary Elizabeth But- 
ler, a new tradition at UMD has begun. Contribut- 
ing to the week's success many student groups, 
including RHC, SAB, and WSMU, combined forces 
in sponsoring the different activities. An array of 
off-campus vendors also helped welcome back 
students. Free promotions and give-aways made 
the week quite profitable for them as well. 



A local band brings some "soul" to UMD. 



Photos by Stacie Steenslano! 




UMD Cheerleaders are serving up some Corsair Spirit 



167 } ■" Welcome Back Week 




Administrator members prepare to welcome the freshmen at the '98 Convocation. 



It kicked off on Sunday, freshman move-in 
day, with a resident cook-out in the quad, and a 
comedy show that followed. Throughout the week 
a variety of entertainment was provided such as a 
hypnotist, a wood sculptor, a sundae bar, and 
even a shuttle to Horseneck Beach. Presenta- 
tions were given at the computer expo and at the 
bank fair, helping students with their software 
problems and investment choices. 

Convocations began on Wednesday, Septem- 
ber 9th, the same day classes began. On the 
proceeding day, students feasted in the quad at 
the big pig roast, or Hawaiian dinner. This was a 
wonderful way to jump into the new year on a 
positive note, uniting the UMD community. The 
week ended with the traditional Welcome Back 
RATT on Friday, and with field hockey, football, 
and women's tennis games on Saturday. 



Photos by Stacie Steensland 




Resident Director, Dan Roderick, puttin' the smack down in volleyball. 



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Monthly Events) 166 



Men s Cross Country 




L - R: Jason Caisse, Pat Gallagher, John Fitton, Chris Rogers, Jeff Reed, Coach Joe McCarthy 



by Rebecca Mattson 

Coach Jon Hird approached the 1998 cross-country season 
with a young, inexperienced men's team. The team improved 
steadily throughout the course of the season earning third in 
the Little East Conference Championships, 21st in the ECAC 
Division III Championships, and 24th in the NCAA Division III 
Regionals. 

Jeff Read and Pat Gallagher aided the team by cutting their 
times by two minutes each. 




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165 /Men's Cross Country 



Women s Cross Country 




by Rebeca Mattson 

The 1998 Women's cross country team 
bounced back from a disappointing 1997 
season to recapture the Little East Confer- 
ence and New England Alliance Champion- 
ships. Led by co-captains Maura McDonald 
and Karla Jarquin, the team earned fourth 
place in both the UMD Inviational and in 
Boston's Codfish Bowl. They went on to 
place eleventh as a team in the Division III 
All New England meet with McDonald (15) 
and Jarquin (33) earning All New England 
and NCAA Regional honors. 

As well as excelling as a team, UMD had 
several individual accomplishments 
McDonald, Jarquin, Tara Carson, Kristen 
Shea and Jackie Gorski all merited New 
England Alliance All-Conference Honors. 



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L - R: Coach Jon Hird, Megan Mahoney, Karla Jarquin, Maura McDonald, Jacki Gorski, Kristen Stea, Tara Carson 






Monthly Events 164 




by Rebecca Mattson 

Coach Marylin Ritz had her work cut out when enter- 
ing the 1998 field hockey season. She had only five 
returning players and was looking at thirteen new faces. 
Her inexperienced team proved to play well together, 
earning an overall record of 9-10, and was an impressive 
3-1-0 in the Little East Conference. The girls opened 
their season with their most impressive victory (9-0) over 
the non-league Elms College. 

The team was led in scoring by Ashley Dorman, who 
had eleven goals and 25 points. The majority of work in 
the net was done by Jennifer Borrows, with 85 saves, and 
Paula Malcolm, with 59 saves. 




Photos by Kristi Oliver 



Jen McGuinness moves in on her opponent. 




Ashley Dorman (15) jumps high with excitment as her teammate scores a goal. 



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Women s Soccer 



by Rebecca Mattson 

The women's soccer team had a lack of wins in 
their 4-12-3 1998 season. In their seven ties and wins 
they scored more than their opponents 11-3, but were 
outscored 44-4 in their twelve losses. They finished 1- 
5 in the Little East Conference (LEC) and tied for sixth 
place with RIC. 

The goal scoring was led by Stephanie Oles with 
eight points. She was followed by Elizabeth Salvie and 
Amy Prendergest, both with seven points. The only 
individual honor was given to goalie Jen Nelson. She 
was selected to the LEC Honor Roll for her fifteen saves 
in a 1-0 win over Bridgewater State. 



Aja Folino leads the charge down the field. 



Photos by John Pereira 




Allison Leahey gets the job done on defense. 



Monthly Events 162 



Board of Governors 




Front L - R: Staci Watkinson, Carl Bobbins, Jeff Mahoney, Shawn Connors, Mark Czarnowski 
Back L - R: Gene Cluney, Mat Despres, Laurie Silva, Stephanie Fisher, Melissa Wolfe, 
Donald C. Howard 



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Homecoming 
Football 
Midnight Madness 



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Women's Tennis 


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Men's Soccer 



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Volleyball 


Outing Club 
Acadia National 
Park Trip 


Equestrian 





Campus Design 





L - R: Pamela Weeks, Bill Galligan, Jason Costa 



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Volleyball 

by John Pereira 

After two straight losing seasons, UMass 
Dartmouth's volleyball team entered the 
1998 season not acknowleding this record. 
With a positive attitude and the addition of 
several talented new players, the team was 
able to post its first winning season since 
1995. Thanks to the coaching from Rick 
Quintin, the team finished third in the 
1998 Little East Conference Tournament. 

One of the season highlights was having 
sophomore Amy Wilson named to the 1998 
Little East Conference First Team All-Star 
squad. Wilson was the only player not from 
LEC champion Eastern Connecticut 
named to the LEC First Team. 

As a team, the Corsairs led the LEC in 
blocks, placed second in hitting percent- 
age (.217) and fourth in kills (8.37). Gen 
O'Brien led the Corsairs with 801 assists, 
while Wilson was tops in kills with 315, 
followed by Carla Ferreira (207) and Karyn 
Ferreira (169). 




Amy Wilson and Paulina DelGiudice prepare to strike. 



Photos by John Pereira 







•Yont Row L 
Middle Row 1 
Back Row L 



- R: Kelly Davison, Gen O'Brien, Amy Wilson, Allison Parker 

, - R: Erin Davis, Julie Calderone, Carla Ferreira, Karyn Ferreira, Molly Dixon, Paulina DelGuidice 

R: Head Coach Rick Quintin, Assisant Coach Denise Levesdue 



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"Equestrian 




A Corsair rider prepares for her jump. 



Photos by Kristi Oliver 




by John Pereira 

UMass Dartmouth wrapped up its sec- 
ond varsity equestrian season with a sixth- 
place finish in the Regional Horse Show 
held April 3 in Storrs, Connecticut. Sarah 
Richardson was the Corsairs' top finisher 
at the Regionals, placing fourth in the 
Novice Over Fences event for Coach Su- 
san Yacubian's squad. 

The UMass Dartmouth equestrian team 
competed in several events throughout 
the 1998-99 season. Among the team's 
highlights of the year was Jenn Moore 
lone first-place finish in the Corsairs' 
March 13 appearance at the Teikyo-Post 
College Horse Show in Waterbury, CT. 
While other riders captured five first- 
place finishers, at the Wesleyan Univer- 
sity Horse Show held October 17 in 
Middletown, Connecticut. 



The equestrian team hurdles its way to success. 



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J{omecominci 




Students taking a break from decorating a float. 



by Kristen Regan 

Thanks to SAB, on Thursday, October 21st 
UMD's annual Homecoming festival kicked off in 
the Campus Center with caricature artists, pic- 
ture buttons, key chains, and magnets, several 
novelties that were very popular with students. 

Later on in the night the annual Homecoming 
Parade took place on Ring Road at 7pm. An array 
of floats from student groups lined up in high 
hopes of winning the Homecoming Float Con- 
test. Floats were judged on their creativity, origi- 
nality, school spirit, and their overall appear- 
ance. The parade included floats from SAB, Sigma 
Tau Gamma, Phi Sigma Sigma, Phases 3A and 
3B, the equestrian team, RHC, Student Senate 
and the Class of '99. 

The parade began at the blinking lights and 
proceeded to the Cedar Dell field, where the 
Westport High School Marching Band played the 
Star Spangled Banner. Also pumping up the 
spirit the UMD cheerleading squad performed 
cheers, showing off their energetic skills. Excite- 
ment rose in the air when the fire department lit 



Photos by Stacie Steensland 




Audible Crayons does it up during the Battle of the Bands. 



157 ' Homecoming 




The German band strikes up a tune at Oktoberfest. 



Photos by Stacie Steensland 



the massive Bonfire. The original wood for the Bonfire 
had been lit by vandalisims the night before, so a 
successful last minute effort was made to find new 
wood. Winners of the float competition were announced 
with Sigma Tau Gamma in first place for their Boat 
Float. The first annual homecoming King and Queen 
finalists were announced, after a one week long penny 
vote in which $1174 was raised for the YWCA of New 
Bedford. The Bonfire ended happily when the Sigma 
Tau Gamma boys donated their float to the Bonfire 
while chanting, "Our boat! Our boat! Our boat is on 
fire!" Also later that night Audible Crayons, Lucas, and 
a surprise band Blanket Hog, graced the stage at the 
Battle of the Bands. 

On Friday night, the 22nd, the annual Homecom- 
ing Young Alumni Ratt took place in the Campus 
Center. Many old friends were reunited with their 
former classmates and the Class of '99. 

Homecoming officially concluded with Saturday's 
football game, the crowning of the King and Queen- 
Rob Perry (Beta Theta Pi) and Stacy Watkinson (Phi 
Sigma Sigma), and the Oktoberfest which takes the 
place of the traditional tailgate parties, and encour- 
ages drinking in a safe and social atmosphere. 




Isn't it a little early for the Jimmy Bufet? SAB showed they know how to 
party in the parade. 



Monthly Events )J 156 



football 



by Rebecca Mattson 

Eight and two seemed to be Coach Bill 
Kavanaugh's favorite numbers. For the third 
consecutive season that was the Corsairs' record. 
UMD finished the 1998 season ranked 6th in the 
ECAC New England Division III football poll 
and 2nd in the NEFC Blue Division with a 
record of 5-1. 

Defensive back Mike Cotton led the NCAA 
Division with 11 interceptions, 3 returned for 
touch downs. Cotton was a First-Team choice 
on the 1998 Football Gazette Division III All- 
America and a First-Team All-East selection 
amongst other honors. Cotton led a defensive 
unit that ranked #3 in total defense in the NCAA 
Division III. 

The Corsairs' offense was led by quarterback 
Jay Furtado who connected on 163 of 298 passes 
for 2,298 yards with 28 TDs. He earned First 
Team NEFC honors and NEFC Offensive Player 
of the year. On the receiving end of Furtado 
passes was offensive sensation Ryan Bland, who 
had 69 receptions for 919 yards with 12 TD 
passes and two rushing TDs. 




Running back Steve Wozniak rumbles down field for a couple of yards 



Photos by John Pereira 




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Midnight JVfadness 



by Kristen Regan 

Chaos was in the air when UMD's Mid- 
night Madness hit Saturday night after the 
Homecoming game. The gym was bedecked 
with screaming students as prizes and give- 
aways were being tossed into the crowd (cour- 
tesy of the Spirit Group). Team 3, being the 
winners of the 3-on-3 basketball tournament, 
won a $75 gift certificate to Wal-Mart. 

The UMD cheerleading squad, entered and 
got the crowd going with their "Defense" 
chant. They put on quite a dance routine, 
combining their athletic skill with gymnas- 
tic stunts. They welcomed the Womens Bas- 
ketball Team, who ran out demonstrating 
their skill in sprinting and basket drills. 

The cheerleaders came out one last time 
with glo-sticks and glo-balls and performed 
their finale routine and the countdown was 
on. At midnight the Mens Basketball team 
graced the gym floor with their shooting 
skill. The coaches spoke highly of the players 
and encouraged the crowd to come to the 
games. 



Lets fire it up! 



Photos by Stacie Steensland 




Hmm, free food! 



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Women s tennis 




by Rebacca Mattson 

Coach Warren Preti led his team to its 
third consecutive Little East Conference Ten- 
nis Championship. The Corsairs finished the 
1998 season with and 8-3-1 recover, capped 
by a 23 point showing in the LEC Champion- 
ships where they won six of nine titles. 

Individual championship were taken home 
by tri-captain Kelly Berger at #1 singles and 
Mary Bourque at #2 singles. Christina 
Benzewicz and Dana Feinstein also captured 
singles championships. Berger and Bourque 
combined to win the #1 doubles champion- 
ship while tri-captains Kasha Gula and Shan- 
non Kelleher teamed-up to win the #2 doubles 
Championship. 




Don't you feel sorry for the tennis ba 



153 ' Women's Tennis 




Men s Soccer 



by Rebecca Mattson 

The Corsairs' 1998 season brought many 
close calls. They were involved in nine one- 
goal games, three coming in LEC play, but 
more often than none the Corsairs were on 
the losing end of these battles. Coach Niall 
O'Donnell's team finished with an overall 
record of 5-13-1 and 3-4 in the LEC. In the 
eight-team conference the Corsairs, along 
with Western Connecticut State, finished 
fourth for the season. 

The Corsair's leading scorer was Jason 
Ponte with four goals and two assists for ten 
points. The goal tending duties were shared 
by Dave Duraes (2-8) and Rob Costa (3-5-1). 



Pat Gavin using some foot work to out play his opponent. 




Front Row L - R: Pat Gavin, Adilson DaSilva, Tori Terrasi, Brian Sexton, Mike Tuccillo, Chris Gridelli, Head Coach Niall O'Donnell 
Middle Row L - R: Mike Correia, Jacob Jata, Jay Ponte, Jeff Grossi, Keita Monteiro, Assistant Coach Rui Estrela 
Back Row L - R: John Mendes, Simon Lopes, Dave Duraes, Rob Costa, Eric Plant, Assistant Coach Mike Takacs 



Monthly Events 152 



Circle K 




Front L - R: Cheryl Juyukonis, Karen Dyer, Carleen Gentry, Debi Wilkinson 

Back L - R: Laura Dohlan, Danielle DosReis, Michael Porrazzo, Veronica Moniz, Colleen Hardy 



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Jimmy Buffet Ratt 



20 

Swing Night 


26 

Thanksgiving Day 



151 / November 



4 



Dr. Que 
Pool Expert 



8 



Fall 1998 University 
Open House 




Economics Association 




Front L - R: Jennifer Bernard, Andrew Lange, Amanda Eltinge, Lara Romeo 
Back L - R: Angus Stewart, Jared Schnidek, Cory Carthur 




Monthly Events >v 15Q 



T)r. Cue: ^Poot 'Shark 




by Dino DiPasquale 

Rack 'em up and get out of his way! Dr. Cue 
dropped by the Commuter Cafe to teach the students 
a thing or two about the game of pool. He wowed 
spectators with jump shots, bank shots, and trick 
shots the likes of which they'd never seen. The good 
doctor even took on UMD students who had some 
tricks of their own. After numerous exhibitions (and 
a few bad pool jokes), Dr. Cue took his act to the 
Campus Center's Billiard Room to finish his stay with 
a pool tournament. 



Rack them up 



Photos by Stacie Steensland 



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J-farsfibar^efs Visit 




On lookers listen carefully to Joe Mclntyre's Words. 



by Kristen Regan 

Around campus in November, the great concrete 
slabs that we refer to as walls were plastered with the 
names "HARSHBARGER" and "MCINTYRE." These 
colorfully political posters pleaded for our vote and 
begged us to support the Democratic party (you 
know, those fine folks who help support this institu- 
tions growth and well-being). 

So finally on November 2nd, we got to see what all 
this fuss was about when Scott Harshbarger, the 
Democratic candidate for the governor's position, 
and Joe Mclntyre, not the former New Kid, but the 
Democratic candidate for sheriff came to UMass Dart- 
mouth. Together they put on the biggest dog and 
pony show of the fall season at UMD. 

In traditional political rally fashion the two candi- 
dates walked through the crowd, while their support- 
ers cheered them on, "Scott '98!" in reference to the 
eager candidate. 

A memorable quote from Joe Mclntyre was "...for 
our families, for our future, please vote the Demo- 
cratic party." 



Photos courtesy of Photographies 




Scott Harshbarger pleads with the students to go out and vote on 
election day. 



Monthly Events -148 



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Jimmy "Buffet "Raft 




Students sang all night long to some of Jimmy's greatest songs. 



Photos by Stacie Steensland 



by Dino DiPasquale 

UMD's favorite Buffett tribute man, Dave Binder, 
was back on campus not for one Ratt but two. Stu- 
dents sang along as he performed some of Jimmy's 
greatest tunes, as well as other songs that are sure to 
become cult favorites. He entertained the crowd with 
comedy as well as music and often combined the two. 
It was truely a Ratt that the old pirate himself would 
be proud of. 




Ladies and gentlemen; Dave Binder. 



147 ^ jimmy Buffet Ratt 




Don't frop her! Two hep cats show off their fancy footwork. 



Photos by Stacie Steensland 



Swing JVigfit 

by Kristen Regan 

The band was hopping and the hep cats were jiving 
on swing night, November 20th, 1998. One 'O'clock 
Jump, the primarily middle aged band was in full 
swing and students came from all around to listen 
and learn. Swing dance lessons were offered and 
many people were applying their new dance skills on 
the floor. Young and old alike showed up, many of 
those older people showed up many of the younger 
people with their ability to swing. Overall, everyone 
who showed up seemed to be having a great time. 

Dress code? I saw everything there from people in 
blue jeans to women in chiffon dresses. Hopefully 
with the success of this Swing night there will be 
many more to come. 




Go Daddy-O! One '0' Clock gets the crowd into the swing of things. 



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onthly Events 146 



Finance & Investment 




Front L - R: Sonya Marques, Louis M. Zitano, Jennifer Bernard, Eleonore Pierre 
Middle L - R: Ray Jackson, Frank Barjon, Kenneth A. Almeida, Eric J. Costa 
Back L - R: Gregory Gomez, Johnathan Andrade, Nelson Brun, Howard Orleff 



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25 


World Aid Day 


Classes End 


Portuguese Language 


Christmas 


Remembrance 




Club 
Trip to New York City 





145 m December 



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5 


9 


World Aid Day 


Student Senate 


Quarters For 


Remembrance 


Senior Citizens 
Holiday Party 


Christmans 



Masspirg 




Front L - R: Amy Johnson, Christy Jennette, Beth Armurins, William Sanchez 

Middle L - R: Dan Callahan, Michelle Cabral, Farah Fosse, Peter Lombzrdi, Stephanie Aurelio, 

Rebecca Ciborowski, Cory Mcarthur 
Back L - R: Nathan Swiggart, Eric Sek, Kristin VanDorr, Pedro Rorand 




Senior Citizen s T) inner 




Chancellor Cressy greets the senior citizens. 



Photos provided by Kara Brown 



by Kristen Regan 

On the morning of December 5th, the "Res Caf" 
was open to 800 invited senior citizens for the 
Senior Citizen Holiday Brunch. Sponsored by the 
Student Senate, this gave the local senior citizens 
a chance to mingle, dance, and dine in a festive 
holiday atmosphere. Several student organiza- 
tions lent a helping hand in the set up of this event. 
Among the groups were the Residence Halls Con- 
gress, Sigma Tau Gamma, and Alpha Sigma Tau, 
to name a few. 

The students who attended "danced the day 
away" with many of the local senior citizens to the 
five-piece band that played. All were served Mariott 
catered food. Hundreds of poinsettias were or- 
dered as favors so the seniors could take a piece of 
the happy holiday spirit with them. 




Looks like the event was a sucess. 






143 Senior Citizen's Dinner 



Quarters Tor CHristmas 




Volunteers lining up quarters. 



Photos by Stacie Steensland 



by Kristen Regan 

This year Public Safety sponsored its Second 
Annual Quarters for Christmas, on December 9th. 
Quarters for Christmas has been sponsored in 
years past by local organizations and buisnesses 
off-campus, but this year was the second year it 
was brought to UMass. The police started the 
quarter line-up at the administration building. 
Their masking-tape path of quarters grew success- 
fully, and with the aid of students, faculty, staff, 
and administration, Public Safety rasied $1200. 

The strip of masking tape was marked for every 
five dollars that was donated. Their goal was to 
make it to Group 1, along the outside of the 
buildings. They made it halfway past the audito- 
rium annex. Hotdogs, donated by the Marriott, 
were sold for fifty cents each, adding $400 dollars 
to the profit. Chancellor Cressy donated $50 dol- 
lars in quarters, with the Marriott matching his 
donation 2-to-l . To brighten the holidays for many 
kids, the donated money went to local children's 
charities . 




To protect and serve the food. 



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by Kristen Reagan 

Once again, the UMD Theatre Company 
wowed audiences with their holiday show 
of Roger and Hammerstein's The King 
and I. Under the direction of Angus Bailey, 
Rebecca Woods played the role of Anna. 
Her fabulously powerful voice was en- 
trancing during such numbers as Hello 
Young Lovers, and Getting to Know You 
which she was accompanied by Louis 
(Jacob Miller), the Prince (Sean Galvin), 
and the chorus of Wives and Children. 

This production was well received by 
the crowd, who await to see more shows of 
this caliber in the Spring Semester. 



Photos by Stacie Steensland 




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140 



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Phi Sigma Sigma 




Front L - R: Jenn Bernard, Lia Metrakes, Shelly Comeau, Faye Boardman 

Middle L - R: Kelly Allred, Amanda Stenquist, Chrissy Stone, Jessie Stevens, Melissa Silvia, 

NicholeBrighman 
Back L - R: Emily Proctor, Erica Long, Nichole Noska 



18 



Martin Luther 
King Day 



26 

Women's Basketball 


27 

David J 



139/ January 



1 



New Years 



16 



Swimming and 
Diving 



Portuguese Language Club 




Front L - R: Hugo Gomes, Brian Sousa, Ana Baptista, Christine Mendes, John Borges, 

Philip Louro 
Back L - R: Maria Coelho, Sonia DaSilva, Elizabeth Moura, Ines Paulino. Stephanie Silva, 
Grace Coelho, Antonio DeMatos 





Monthly Events : ^ 138 



Men s Swimming and Tailing 

by John Pereira 

The Men's Swimming and Diving team finished the 
season with a 1-9 overall record. But don't let the poor 
record mislead you because there were several indi- 
vidual success stories. 

The biggest story came from freshmen diver sensa- 
tion Jeff Garza. Being new to the sport of intercolle- 
giate diving, many taught Garza wouldn't be able to 
contribute to his team. Well, he proved that freshmen 
should not be taught lightly as he finished 22nd 
overall in the New England championships. It was the 
highest finish by a UMass Dartmouth swimmer or 
diver for the season. In addition, Garza ended his first 
year with eight first-place finishes in 10 dual meets for 
the Corsairs. 

Other stories came from Matthew Tweedie and 
Gary Jones. Tweedie had a great meet against Worces- 
ter Polytech by capturing three first-place finishes, 
including the 1,000 Free, the 200 IM and the 100 
Breast. While Gary Jones posted victories in the 50 
Free and the 100 Free and was part of the winning 200 
Free Relay team in a meet against Wheaton College. 




Looks like this diver has his own fan club. 



Photos by Karen Dyer 




Front Row L - R: Brian Acheson, Jaren Hawxwell. Matthew, Jeff Garza, Eric Langone 
Back Row L - R: Assitant Coach Jen Miksis, Matthew Christ, Nick Laliberte, Gary Jones, Michael Adams, 
Andrew Rogers, Head Coach Jerry Jennings 



Men's Swimming and Diving 




Women s Swimming and Ttivinq 

by John Pereira 

Like their counterparts, the Women's Swimming 
and Diving team finished the season with an overall 
record of 1-9. 

For the Corsairs' women swimmers and divers, 
UMass Dartmouth had nine athletes qualify for the 
New England championships. Among the Corsairs 
who achieved post-season qualification times during 
the 1998-99 season were sophomores AntoniaCardoza 
, Mary MacGregor, Kelly Rogue, Erin Sullivan and Jill 
Tereshko. Four first-year swimmers posted times quali- 
fying for the New Englands including, Eileen Daly, Jill 
Palumbo, Dianna Parisi and Erika Henkel. 

The top individual performance turned in by a 
member of the Corsairs' women's team came from 
MacGregor on Jan. 30 against Babson College. In a 
123-113 Corsair lloss, MacGregor earned three first- 
place finishes for UMass Dartmouth, taking the 1,000 
Free, the 50 Free and the 100 Free. 



A UMass swimmer starts the race with a very short lead. 



Photos by Karen Dyer 




Front Row L - R: Kristen Regan, Dianna Parisi, Teresa D'Anna, Cassana Oullette, Angela Freitas 
Middle Row L - R: Mary MacGregor, Colleen O'Donnell, Jill Palumbo, Jill Tereshko, Erin Sullivan, Jamie Santapaula 
Back Row L - R: Assitant Coach Jen Miksis, Antonia Cardoza, Lisa Haynes, Amiee Williams, Laura Donlon, 
Erika Henkel, Colleen Leary, Head Coach Jerry Jennings 



Monthly Events , 



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136 



Women s ^Basketball 



by John Pereira 

The Corsairs finished the 1998-99 season 
with a4-19 overall record and a2-12 mark in 
the Little East Conference (LEC), but the 
campaign was not without some individual 
high points. 

Kelly Berger wrapped up her career with 
the team by leading in scoring with a 12.95 
points per game average, sixth best overall 
in the LEC. During her four years, Berger 
scored a total of 1 ,081 points to become only 
the fifth player in the program's history to 
reach 1,000 points. Berger's 1,081 points 
lifted her to third on the career scoring list. 

Other bright spots for the womens Cor- 
sairs were the development of Katie Douglas 
and Carla Ferreira throughout the season. 
Douglas was among the top rebounders in 
the LEC with 8.3 rebounds per game. Dou- 
glas was also the Corsairs' top free-throw 
shooter, connecting on 65-92 for 70.7%. 
Ferreira pulled down 8. 1 rebounds per game, 
ranking her in a tie for sixth in the LEC and 
tops among first-year players in the conference. 







For all of those football fans, ths is how a Hail Mary pass looks like when 
done in a Basketball game. 



Photos by John Pereira 







Front Row L - R: Crystal Craig, Kate Douglas, Beck Nault, Kelly Berger, Carla Ferreira, Melissa McCormick 
Back Row L - R: Trainer Amy Sasin, Head Coach Lynn Sheedy, Kerry Duffy, Karyn Ferreira, Marissa Rand, 

Jess Cummings, Becky Mackey, Assistant Coach Christine Elliott, Assistant Coach Peter Lyons 



135 /Women's Basketball 




David J in his "Seinfield" pose. 



Photos by Stacie Steensland 




TtavidJ 



by John Pereira 



What could be expected from comedian David J, but 
just the funniest routine one could have seen. David J, 
along with comedian Alan Wells, visited UMass Dart- 
mouth during the first week of the spring semester. 

The show began with Wells poking fun at police 
officers who taste drugs to tell if they're real and telling 
everyone about his girlfriend who has a 900 phone 
number. Wells also did some improv and crowd par- 
ticipation, mainly picking on a spectator in the front 
row. 

Could David J beat Wells's performance? That was 
answered only a couple of minutes into his act as he got 
the crowd to laugh at some great jokes. His act con- 
sisted of making fun of a student's Old Navy vest, porn, 
those enormous moon boots everyone had to wear 
when they were young and also poked fun at the Radio 
Shack remote-controller equipped with a wire 

For only a couple of bucks, this short distraction 
from studying was appreciated by all those who at- 
tended. 



Alan wells smiles pretty for the crowd. 



Monthly Eventsll136 



Residence Halls Congress 




Front Row L - R: Adviser Tara Wilkinson, Kenny Drew, Nick Kurawski, Carl Dobbins, 

Michelle King, Russell DeWitte 
Middle Row L - R: Steve Koutalakis, Christina Willis, Amy Rodriques, Melanie Boudreau, 

Shivan Dutta, John Follett 
Back Row L - R: Dan Fitzgerald, Gina Regonini, Kris Stanton, Tasha Poteat, Brandy Saunders 



19 



Track and Field 



21 


28 


The Nerd 


Movie Night 




Amistad 



139 February 




13 



Men's Basketball 



18 



Skate Night 



Sigma Tau Gamma 




Front Row L - R: Matt O'Donnell, Noel Charbomeau, Rob Lemos, Carl Dobbins, Jeff Mahoney, 

Mike Veracka, Shawn Connors, Mark Czarnowski, Derek Walsh 
Middle Row L - R: Rich Poole, Dave DeVeau, Nate Brown, Adam Carbone, Jarred Graves, Gene 
Cluney, Ben Barrett, Jesse Green, Matt Lindquist, Shawn Thimas, 
Terry Dolan, John Follett, Sig Tau Wanna Bee 
Back Row L - R: Chris Rodrigues, Mike Kwiatkowski, Matt Barber, John Walther, Nate 
Takvorian, Ash Berman, Mike Shullies, Nic Facendola, Rob Benoit, 
Steve Daly 




Men s ^Basketball 




Front Row L - R: Marques Houtman, Jay Norton, Mike Jordan, Jason Antonio, Tim Nelson, Graig Sullivan, 

Jason Mumane, Tim Ladley 
Back Row L-R: Matt Carrier, Sean Doyle, Jeff Lyon, Nick Cecilio, Carl Stephens, Tony Moreira, Brian Austin, 
Frank Barrows, Adam Rogers 



Photos by John Pereira 



by John Pereira 



The 1998-99 UMass Dartmouth men's 
basketball season ended with a changing 
of the guard - shooting guard that is, 
along with one forward and two guards as 
the Corsairs bid farewell to a group of 
four seniors. Coach Brian Baptiste's Cor- 
sairs finished with a 14-1 1 record overall 
and a fourth-place 6-8 mark in the Little 
East Conference (LEC). 

Leading the departing seniors was cap- 
tain Jason Antonio, who concluded his 
four-year career, along with forward Tony 
Moreira, forward Mike Jordan and guard 
Tim Nelson. 

Of the four players, the only player 
who won't be able to be replaced right 
away is Antonio. A two-time All-LEC First 
Team All-Star and the Corsairs' leading 
scorer this season, Antonio finished his 
career with 1 ,493 points to place 13th on 
the UMass Dartmouth all-time scoring 
list. 




Mike Jordan brings the ball up the court. 



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Two students showing how easy ice skating is. 



Skate JVydt 



by Kristen Regan 

During those cold winter months, when it 
doesn't seem like there's much to do, many 
UMass students headed over to the Hetland 
Ice Rink. On Thursday nights, a yellow bus 
came to pick up students for a night of "good 
clean fun" one ice skater said. Weekly stu- 
dents could pick up the bus at the blinking 
lights, and for three dollars students could 
skate all evening to a great mix of '80's and 
contemporary music. 



Photos by Stacie Steensland 




Time to plow some people down. 



Monthly Events !1130 



JVten s Indoor rfrack and fr Fie[d 




Photos Courtesy of Publications 




129 I Men's Indoor Track and Field 



Women s Indoor rfracfi and HFietd 




Photos Courtesy of Publications 




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Society of Women Engineers 




Front Row L - R: Kimberly Uresque, Tejal Patel, Sandra Cunha 
Back Row L - R: Rebecca Marciante, Erin Fahey, Husson Ogagan 



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Men's Lacrosse 



27 

Women's Lacrosse 


29 

Cheerleaders 



127 );! March 



10 

Ice Hockey 


11 

88 Day Ratt 


15 

Spring Break Begins 



Spirit Group 




L - R: John Pereira, Virginia Ransbottom 




Ice Jlocfiey 

by John Pereira 

UMass Dartmouth's Ice Hockey team en- 
joyed another outstanding season, finishing 
20-5-3 overall and earning the #1 seed in the 
1999 ECAC Northeast championships. A 5-3 
quarterfinal win over Johnson and Wales and a 
4-0 semi-final win over New Hampshire College 
set the stage for another showdown with 
Fitchburg State College for the ECAC North- 
east Championship. 

In the title game, played March 10 in front of 
a standing-room only crowd at Hetland Area, 
UMass Dartmouth and Fitchburg State went 
into overtime to determine a winner in the 
ECAC Northeast championship game. In the 
end it was the second-seeded Falcons who pre- 
vailed to win the championship with a score of 
3-2. 

As a team, UMass Dartmouth was third best 
in the ECAC Northeast in scoring and 11th 
nationally, averaging 4.79 goals per game. The 
Corsairs also possessed the second best power 
play in the league and fifth best nationally, 
connecting on 32% of their chances. 




UMD fans look on as the clock ticks away. 







UMass Dartmouth 
^ HOCKEY 




Ice Hockey 



Front Row L - R: Louis Wermann, Sean Young, Shawn Alles, Jamie Dibona, Jon Ruel, Brian Glinnea, 

Chris Cunningham, Ryan Sloper 
Middle Row L - R: Assistant Coach Shaun Tavares, Pat Moylan, Craig Russell, Jared Pecci, Jamie Carroll, 
Chris O'Reilly, T.J. Brown, Jim Fegan, Gerard Turcotte, John Depario, Curtis Lauigne, 
I lead Coach John Rilli, Trainer Louide Goodrum 
Back Row L - R: Assistant Coach Ken Whitten, Bruce Warren, Dave Osis, Nick Siciliano, Chris Anderton, Nick 



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"Eiy fity-ey fit "Bay "Ratt 




Some students can't wait 88 more days to graduation. 




by Kristen Regan 

Tradition was altered slightly this year 
when the trademarked 100 day Ratt turned 
into the 88 day Ratt due to a snow storm. Two 
weeks later though, the 88 day Ratt officially 
marked the beginning of the senior class 
countdown to graduation. Seniors and other 
21 party goers drank and danced until lam, 
when the drinks ran out and the Ratt ended 
early. Attendants left with an anticipation 
thought of graduation 88 days away. 



One thing seniors have realized at UMD is that nothing comes free. 



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Spring ^reak 




by Kristen Regan 

While some stayed home and relaxed during thier 
time off, many others went across the Northern 
Hemsphire on exotic trips. The seniors went to 
Cancun, the mens lacrosse team went to Philedlphia, 
and the womens team went to south Carolina, mem- 
bers of Phi Sigma Sigma went to the Bahumus, and 
our yearbook Editor-in-Chief, John Pereira, went to 
Georgia for a week long canoe trip on the fasmous 
Okefanoke Swamp. 

The seniors spent a beautiful week in Cancun from 
the 13th to the 21st. After a two day delay and a four 
hour flight, the 80 seniors who went stayed at an 
"absolutely magnificent" hotel, right on the beach. 
The water was crystal clear and bright blue, with 
white sands at the beach. At night there was a lot of 
dancing going on at the local clubs. 

When members of Phi Sigma Sigam arrived on 
the island of Bahamus, they had only one thing in 
mind; to have fun. The girls spent their short time by 
snorkeling at local beaches, sleeping in late (for 
those who slept at all), and strenghting the bonds of 
sisterhood. All the girls regretted leaving the beautful 
island, but they knew they had to go back to the long 



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nights of studying and the daily college life. 

John went to Georgia with one other member 
from the Outing Club, Craig Pizani, and his friends. 
They went for five days and four nights. The begin- 
ning of the trip was very tiring as they drove for 21 
hours nonstop. With a good night sleep taken at a 
near by campground, the fun soon began. The trip 
was all canoeing, 31 miles in 2 days, in one of the 
biggest wildlife preserves in the country. They were 
surrounded by a variety of wildlife that included 
alligators (12 feet long), cranes, raccoons, herions, 
and deer. There were many mossy trees, lily pads and 
weird shaped trees. The area was very secluded quiet, 
and peaceful. They slept on wooden platforms on the 
water under the stars. 



Photo by John Pereira 




Canoeist enjoy a gorgeous day on the swamp. 



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Men s lacrosse 




Front Row L - R: Mike Monturio, A.J. Stevens, Will Monterosso, Tony Ferro, Steven Brandt, Mike Cusolito, 
Adam Centofanto, Pat Condon, Bill Foster, Jared Gray, Brian Wallace 

Back Row L - R: Assistant Coach Andy Goodman, Jim Ruggeri, Ryan Melisi, Rich Maggio, Ryan McDonald, 
Mike Beaton, Kevin Mahoney, Pete St. JOhn, Doug Rand, Joe Strattard, Angelo Defino, 
Greg Tompkins, Head Coach Jeff Feroce 



Photos by Kristi Oliver 



by Dino DiPasquale 

For a second straight year, UMass Dartmouth's 
men's lacrosse team came within one game of 
qualifying for the Pilgrim League playoffs. And 
for the second time in as many years, it was a loss 
to Plymouth State College in the final week of 
the regular season which knocked the Corsairs 
out of the playoff hunt. 

Regardless of the season-ending 13-8 loss to 
Plymouth State, Coach Jeff Feroce's squad fin- 
ished its second year as a varsity team with an 
impressive 8-3 overall record and a 3-2 mark for 
third place in the Pilgrim League's Northwest 
Division. In two seasons, UMass Dartmouth has 
put together an overall record of 18-6 and 6-4 in 
the Pilgrim League. 




UMD Lacrosse players made their opponents work hard for the very few goals 
scored on them. 



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Women s Jlacrosse 



by Dino DiPasquale 

UMass Dartmouth's women's lacrosse team 
concluded its second varsity season with an- 
other significant first to its credit. In the Cor- 
sairs' rookie season a year ago, Coach Jerry 
Jenning's team finished 5-7 and became only 
the first team to qualify for the New England 
Women's Lacrosse Alliance Playoffs in its first 
season of varsity competition. 

This past season, the Corsairs posted a 7-6 
overall record, 4-2 in the NEWLA and again 
qualified for the post-season playoffs. UMass 
Dartmouth's second season was highlighted by 
the Corsairs' first NEWLA playoff victory, a 15- 
11 win over Eastern Connecticut State Univer- 
sity, who knocked the Corsairs out of the play- 
offs a year ago. 



The Women's Lacrosse team won their first playoff game in only its second 
season as a varsity sport. 



Photos by Kristi Oliver 



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Front Row L - R: Student Assistant Eric Langone, Erika Furze, Lisa Haynes, Janice Hopper, Stacey Millen, 

Channa Jones, Allison Hammond, Coach Jerry Jennings. 
Middle Row L - R: Denise Saucier, Cythnia Thebault, Elizabeth Kelber, Aimee Williams, Karyn Besbgai, Jamie 

SantaPaula Kristen Keene, Kanen Rossman. 
Back Row L - R: Sarah Tuxbury, Cara Hart, Donna Digiacami, Leigh Ann Wifeman, Elizabeth Murray, Emily 
Valorz, Jennifer Burrows. 



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Cheerleaders. . . 







The quad finishes off their routine that will be used at nationals. 



by Kristen Regan 



While other teams went to North Carolina and Philadel- 
phia on training trips, the UMD cheerleading squad spent 
their Spring Break praticing their routine for the national 
competition in Daytona, Florida. During the Boston Col- 
lege Cheerleading Camp last summer, the UMass Cheer- 
leaders qualified for national compition, where they claimed 
the 1999 Division II and III All Girls cheering title. The 
girls' score even beat the Division I National Champs, had 
they been competing against those girls. 

The girls practiced all year, every evening, including 
Saturdays. They prcticed five to six days a week. Despite 
injuries, Kim Depina tore her knee and Kim Gaido's in- 
jured ankles, the girls were still able to come out on top. On 
the first day, UMass was the first team to compete in the 
morning at 8am for the preliminary competition. Because 



they were among the top five, they made it to the finals on 
the second day, which were held on the beach. They placed 
second behind Framingham State in the preliminaries, 
who also helped to represent Massachusetts well. But UMD 
won in the final round with a score of 8.03, to Framinham's 
7.53. They were the only All Girls sqad to break an 8.0 all 
day, of all the divisions. 

During the Grand Tournament the girls scored again 
with an 8.35, an unbelievable score. The Grand Tourna- 
ment showcased the top 5 national teams. The squad is the 
first team in the University's history to have won a national 
title. There will be championship rings for all and a team 
picture hung in the gym lobby to recognize this incredible 
feat. Way to go girls! 



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Front Row L - R: Leeann Simone, Katie Cavalieri, Amy Carroll, Christie Cardoza, Lindsey Shea, Kim DePina, Tina Nguyen 
Middle row L - R: Debbie Chaves, Missy Thurber, Bethany Martin, Jennifer Bradley, Stephanie O'Brien, Monica Roberts 
Back Row L - R: Assistan Coach Cardoza, Scott Bouchard, Jennifer McKay, Allison Parent, Rob LeBlanc, Kelly Syer, 
Crissy Ferreira, Amand LeGacy, Head Coach Cabral 



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In recognition of their accomplishment, a reception was held for the cheerleaders in the Campus Center. It was a perfect time to 
show off the national championship trophy to the University. 






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Student Activities Board 




Front Row L - R: Eric Duquette, Denise Reis 

Back Row L - R: Erica Bradley, Mat Despres, Kristen Schmidt 



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Skate Night 



Student Senate 




Front Row L - R: William Alexander, Julie Olsen, Joseph Drazek, Kara Brown, Rerry Dolan, 

Shawn Connors, Jennifer Morse 
Middle Row L - R: Stephen Daly, Addie Dare, Melissa Wolfe, Adam Carbone, Kevin Hourihan, 
Brian MacDonald, Kelly Smith, Virginia Ransbottom, Jarred Graves, 
Jesse Green, Amy Woitkiewicz 
Back Row L - R: Jennifer robbins, Meghan Kelley, Tasha Poteat, Dawn Purpura, Punet 

Agarwal, Jonathan Redley, Nick Jurowski, Peter Levine, Benjamin Barrett 




Men's Outdoor Hrack and Irield 



by Dino DiPasquale 

In the men's competition at the Alliance Champion- 
ships, Coach Jon Hird's squad placed fifth in the 10- 
team event held at Westfield State College. Dan Almeida 
brought home UMass Dartmouth's only first-place 
finish with a winning toss of 13.47 meters in the men's 
triple jump. Almeida also added a fourth-place finish 
in the 110-meter hurdles with a time of 16.8 seconds. 
Jeff Reed placed second in the 10,000 meters with a 
time of 34:08.32, while teammate Pat Gallagher was 
fourth at 800 meters in 2:03.81. The Corsairs finished 
second and third in the high jump, respectively, as 
Scanzio jumped 1.83 meters (fewer attempts) and 
Orlando Rodriguez was third at 1.83 meters. 




UMD pole vaulter barely misses the bar. 



Photos by Kristi Oliver 



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Front Row: Neil Bailey, Pat Gallagher, Mitch Sousa, Josh Hill. Dan Almeida 

Back Row: Assistant Coach Sheila Edwards, Paul Davareen, Ethan Wrenn, Jeff Reed, Brendan McEvoy, Jason 
Caisse, Mike Young, Head Coach Jon Hird. 



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Women's Outdoor Hrack and ^Tield 




by Dino DiPasquale 

In the final race of her collegiate career, senior 
Maura McDonald finished 14th overall in the 5,000 
meters at the NCAA Division III Track and Field Cham- 
pionships held May 22 at Baldwin Wallace University in 
Berea, Ohio. In her third appearance in an NCAA 
Division III national championship race, but her first 
outdoors, McDonald posted a time of 18:07.52 to finish 
14th in a field of 21 runners. 



Who will break away from the pack first? 



Photos by Kristi Oliver 




Front Row: Assistant Coach Sheila Edwards, Mary Copolla, Maura McDonald, Becki Robitaille, Jackie Gorski, Head 

Coach Jon Hird. 

Middle Row: Beth Figueiredo, Sarh Supino, Erin McDonald, Meghan Wayman, Melissa Eslinger. 

Back Row: Maria Sweeney, Natarsha Silva. 



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Men 5 ^Tennis 



by John Pereira 



Heading into the 1999 season, UMass Dartmouth men's 
tennis coach Warren Preti had some big holes to fill in his 
lineup. Having lost five former Little East Conference(LEC) 
champions from the 1998 team, Preti wasn't quite sure if 
he could put together a team which could maintain UMass 
Dartmouth's streak of consecutive LEC titles. 

After dropping the season opener to Salve Regina, 
UMass Dartmouth won 10 of its next 11 matches to finish 
with a 10-2 overall record complete with the Corsairs' 
fourth consecutive Little East Conference men's tennis 
championship. 

The highlight of the 1999 season was the Corsairs' third 
straight successful defense of their LEC men's tennis 
championship. Combined with Coach Preti's third straight 



women's LEC championships last Fall, UMass Dartmouth 
has captured seven straight LEC tennis championships. 

All year long the Corsairs were sparked by solid singles 
play from Chris Costa, David Coe, Jim Green and Mike 
Gomes. With their effort UMass Dartmouth posted a 54-18 
singles record for the 1999 season and a 23-11 doubles 
mark. Costa finished with the best record among singles' 
players at 10-1, followed by Coe and Green at 8-2 and 
Gomes at 8-3. 

Among the Corsairs' other top singles players for 1999 
were Brian Sexton, who finished with a 7-4 record and 
Pavel Rabinovich with a record of 5-2. UMass Dartmouth's 
top doubles team consisted of Coe and Sexton with a 6-1 
record, along with Costa and Green at 5-2. 




Front Row L R: Chris Costa, Pavel Rabinovich, Marc Lemphart 

Back Row L - R: Head Coach Warren Preti, Jim Green, Mike Gomes, David Coe, Chris LaFratta, Derrick Rheume 



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Men s golf 





by Dino DiPasquale 

In his second full season with the UMass 
Dartmouth men's golf team, Coach Paul Fistori's 
team produced a 3-2 record, including a cham- 
pionship in the Corsairs' own invitational tour- 
nament. 

In a season which included 12 matches, high- 
lighted by a third-place at the Worcester State 
Invitational and a tenth overall at the Massa- 
chusetts Intercollegiate championships, UMass 
Dartmouth's biggest win of the season was 
determined by one round which didn't even 
count in the team's final scoring for the day. 

UMass Dartmouth's captain Jon Ruel played 
only three rounds for his team during the Spring, 
but he turned in the lowest stroke average of the 
season at 82.3. In five rounds for the Corsairs, 
Lopes was second at 82.4, with Matt Lane third 
with a stroke average of 87 in his four rounds. 
Lane's 77 in the final match of the season 
against Salem State and Stonehill was the sec- 
ond lowest round of the season. 



An oppent watches a UMD player demonstrate the perfect golf swing. 



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Career "Expo 




Students had the opportunity to obtain information on companies during the annual Career Fair. 



by Dino DiPasquale 

As they prepared to leave the University, 
graduates looked ahead into possible job fields 
at UMD's annual Career Expo. It ran from 10am- 
4pm on a beautiful Wednesday in the Quad. This 
expo, sponsored by the Career Resource Center, 
gave students and company representatives the 
chance to meet and exchange information. It 
also helped finding a job after college a little 
easier. 

Overall, the companies were very amazed 
with the student turnout. They were just as 
impressed with the quality of the hundreds of 
students in attendance. Those who were there 
appeared confident and excited to go out into 
the business world. Among the corporations 
present were Bank Boston, Prudential, Stone 
and Webster, Media One, and John Hancock, as 
well as several representatives from the Armed 
Forces. The companies were left with a positive 
image of the University and plan to return for 
next year's Expo. 




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Tifiy "Bay <Ratt 




Students enjoying one of the last Ratts of the year. 



by Dino Di Pasquale 

Three hundred graduating seniors congregated 
in the Sunset Room to celebrate the last 50 days of 
their time at UMass Dartmouth. Everyone was 
having a great time drinking, dancing and remi- 
niscing about their last four years at UMass Dart- 
mouth. Many more chatted eagerly of their lives to 
come after graduation in the "real world." 




All you need to enjoy a part is some good friends. 



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Little Shop ofJiorrors 




by Dino DiPasquale 

In April, a production of Little Shop ofHorrordwas 
performed for UMD students. The tale of a boy and his 
man-eating plant was beautifully portrayed by the cast 
of Twenty-Cent Fiction. Andrew Viera and Karen Faxon 
gave a stellar performance as Seymore and Audrey. 
Dani Olivera was brilliantly funny as Dr. Orin Scrivello 
D.D.S. (the Dentist). And let's not forget those vocally 
gifted Doo-Wop Girls (Maria Mendes,Keri-AnnBarboza 
and Rebecca Paiva). Perhaps the best part of the show 
was the wonderfully crafted Audrey II plant puppets, 
brought to life by Tracey and Rick. 

Both the stars and the chorus belted out some 
pretty cool tunes. Songs such as Downtown, Suddenly 
Set/more, Dentist and the Finale all recieved tremen- 
dous ovations from the crowd. Music director Meredith 
McKnight did an excellent job with the band as well as 
the cast. 

This musical was based on the original movie by 
Roger Coreman but most people know it from the mid- 
eighties movie starring Rick Morranis. However, un- 
like the most recent film, the plant devours Seymore 
and destroys Skid Row. So we here at the Scrimshaw 
offer a bit of advice: DON'T FEED THE PLANTS! 



One of the many plant puppets used in the performance. 



Photos by Sarah Carreira 




Students enjoyed listening to the singing of the actors and actresses. 



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^lipfm Sigma H^au 




Members of Alpha Sigma Tau had the opportuinty to show their charter to Chancellor 
Cressy and Vice Chancellor Hackney during final week. 



Photo by John Pereira 



by Kristen Regan 

Sailynn Doyle, a juinor and Presidant of the Alpha Sigma Tau sorority was pleasd when her 
group was officially chartered on April 24th, 1999. After training that consisted of learning about 
the sororitie traditions, history, and values, all of the sisters celebrated at their charter dinner 
at the Hawthorne Country Club. They started their training on November 22, 1998. 

At the charter dinner the girls accepted an award for UMass Dartmouth from the national 
chapter, and a certificate that offically recognizes the girls as a chapter and no longer a colony. 
Among their creditations, Alpha Sigma Tau is a philanthripist soroity donating its time and 
money to the New Bedford Battered Women's shelter and spreading information during AIDS 
awareness week and Health Day on campus. Their goals are to promote ethical, cultural, and 
social development. 



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Torch 




Front Row L - R: Jason Magner, Ryan Wood, Christopher Marino, Megan Tench, 

Rebecca Mattson 
Back Row L - R: John Pereira, Nathan Tamulis, Steve Whitford, Barry Menard 



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Honors Convocation 




United Brothers and Sisters 




Front Row L - R: Diandea Maule, Nreka Jenkins, Deneen Fernandes, Jenny Cazecu, 

Caryn Gomes 
Back Row L - R: Stacey Lanyroth, Stacie Ngo, Azure Haymcin, Jonathan Redley 



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J-fonors Convocation 




Parents and friends watch as students recieve their awards. 



by Kristen Regan 

Hundreds of friends and family gathered to 
watch UMD honor their loved ones at the 14th 
Annual Honors Convocation, held in the Main 
Auditorium on May 5th. After the offical 
greetings from the Associate Vice Chancellor 
for Academic Affairs, Dr. Richard Panofsky, 
the Board of Trustees, William Gibblin, and 
Chancellor Dr. Peter Cressy, the honors eassay 
award was presented to senior Sarah White. 

Dr. Tyler Volk, the guest speaker for the 
ceremony, came next in the program who 
spoke on issues of chaos in our world. He 
elaborated on the theme of chaos in a math- 
ematical order. It was a speech that made us 
all think of what happens in life. 

The finale saw awards given out from each 
college and scholarships were distributed to 
those honor students that exelled in their 
majors and other special areas. After the clos- 
ing of the ceremony, a reception was held in 
the mian cafeteria. 




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UMD student recieves his award. 



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Softball 




Front Row L - R: Susan Herriott, Heather Blaisdell, Jennifer McGuinness, Erin LaPerriere.Deanna White, 

Valerie Paquette 
Back Row L - R: Paula Malcolm, Jessica Braley, Erika Roderiques, Carrie-Anne Cowdrey, Maddy Eiche, 

Melissa McCormick, Melanie Ross 



by John Pereira 



With only two returning veterans on the 
roster, UMass Dartmouth softball coach 
Marilyn Ritz entered the 1999 season with 
virtually a brand new Corsair softball team. 
Although UMass Dartmouth finished with a 
6-24 record, it became clear by the end of the 
season who the Corsairs would be looking to 
for leadership next season. 

Prior to the season, Coach Ritz knew she 
would be counting heavily on sophomore Jen 
McGuiness, who returned to the team follow- 
ing a year out of school and Erin LaPerriere. 
Both players were among the Corsairs top 
offensive players during the season and can 
be counted on as leaders for next season. 

The Corsairs finished the 1999 season with 
a2-12 mark in the Little East Conference and 
were eliminated from the LEC Champion- 
ship Tournament following a 3-0 loss to 
Southern Maine in the first round of the 
tournament. 




Teammates cheer on their batter. 



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by Dino DiPasquale 

While UMass Dartmouth's 15-22-1 overall record 
and an 8-6 mark in the Little East Conference (LEC) 
wasn't quite what the Corsairs expected for the 1999 
season, they were able to build a good fondation for 
next season. 

Among the Corsairs' top hitters were freshman 
infielder Mike Dougan (.338, 2 HR, 17 RBI), who also 
earned LEC Honorable Mention at second base, and 
freshman catcher Mike Rahme (.328, 2 HR, 9 RBI). 

UMass Dartmouth's young pitching staff gained 
some valuable experience during the season with 
three pitchers earning three wins each. Sophomore 
right hander Jason Hinchliffe led the staff with 15 
appearances and a 3-5 record, plus a team-high three 
saves, second best in the LEC. 

The Corsairs' 8-6 LEC regular season record seeded 
them fourth in the LEC Tournament. After losing the 
first round game to Plymouth State, 4-3, the Corsairs 
knocked off the top-seed and defending Division III 
national champions Eastern Connecticut State Uni- 
versity, 5-4. UMass Dartmouth's season came to a 
close when they were eliminated from the LEC Tour- 
nament following a 13-5 loss to Keene State College. 



The fan department didn't lack people through out the season. 




Front Row L - R: Greg Zackrison, Tim Troup, Chris McLain, Eli Munkholm, Brian Pereira, Steve Lauzon, 

Casey Farias 
Back Row L - R: Doug Kelsch, Ryan Dearborn, Mike Dougan, Butch Langton, Scott Coppeta, Mike williams, 

Jon Merrill, Jason Hinchliffe, Brian Ronayne, Eric Goodman, Mike Rahme, Jeffrey Cross, 

Manny Santo, Jim Sfougaris, Adam Reed, Tim Dwyer, Joshua Young 

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Senior ^Fancade ^Breakfast 




Senior class officers take time to thank their adviser, Dean Donald Howard, for the great advice during the year. 



Photos by Sarah Carreira 




Seniors were not served by waiters, but by administrators and faculty. 



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Seniors were able to talk about what transpired during the year and their stay at UMD. 



Photo by Sarah Carreira 



by Kristen Regan 



Senior Jessica Hauser summed up the 16th annual 
Senior Pancake Breakfast best when she said "pancakes 
were fluffy but the service was excellent," The smell of hot 
pancakes, gooey syrup, and bacon filled the air as seniors 
were being served by faculty members, administrators, 
and staff. Dean Donald Howard helped out by putting on 
an apron and pouring orange juice to thirsty seniors. 
Students requested who they wanted to see at the break- 
fast and the professors were then invited to volunteer. 

The Career Resource Center played a role in the student 
breakfast too. Surveys were passed out to see what the 
graduates were pursuing post-graduation. Just by filling 
out this survey, the senior's names were then entered into 



a raffle. The prizes? A daily planner, an umbrella, and a 
Cross Pen; all great resouces for their professional future. 
Kim Martin thought the it was "good to see the professors 
serving" and that it was a nice way to say goodbye. 

Vice Chancellor Dr. Diana Hackney commented that 
"this is a great way to celebrate the joy that the graduates 
are expericencing and its good to know that it doesn't have 
to end here, because they are lifelong members of the 
community." Lets hope that many seniors take this idea 
with them as they continue in their future. 



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Silver bowls were handed out to seniors with the highest gpa in each college. 



by Kristen Regan 

The Senior Honors Recognition Dinner took 
place in the Grand Salon Ballroom at White's 
Restaurant in Westport. This banquet recognized 
those distinguished students who have devoted 
their time to helping others and for their academic 
excellence throughout their four years at UMD. 

Student Leadership Awards were presented to 
Kara Brown ('98-'99 Student Senate President), 
Jeff Mahoney (Board of Governor's Chairperson), 
and Heather Lemieux (Senior Class President). Joe 
Drazek received the Distinguished Student Ser- 
vice award for "helping shape the course of action 
of many student groups," said Dean Donald Howard. 
Of the seniors who received the Who's Who Among 
students in American Universities and Colleges 
were Kara Brown, Jill Delhaney, Karl Dobbins, 
Heather Lemieux, Julie Olsen, Stephanie Fisher, 
Jeff Mahoney, Keri MacConaughey, Dave Mello, 
and Tamara Riolo. 

The highlight of the evening was when the 
keynote speaker Mary Alice Williams was intro- 
duced. A founding anchor and designer of CNN, 




Distinguished Student Service Award recipient, Joe Drazek, expresses 
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Williams is also the vice-president in charge of 
CNN's New York bureau, making her one of the top 
ranking female executives in American Television. 
She was also the first woman to win an Emmy for 
anchoring the NBC Nightly News. All of these 
things help to make her a great role model for the 
ambitious. 

Her speech was filled with advice, starting with 
your basic "wear sunscreen." From there, Will- 
iams went into how important communication is 
and will be as the world continues into the next 
millenium. She emphasized the importance of 
sharing ideas and that creativity is the key to a 
successful future. She said "large number of people 
with a shared idea create genius," and that "mar- 
keting yourself is the most important thing that 
you can do for yourself. Though some people had 
left after the distribution of awards, those who 
stayed were touched by her inspiring words. 



Carroll McCloud is given an award for his work with the Frederick Douglas 
Unity House. 




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To the Class of 1999: 

As our graduating year comes to 
a close, we are faced with the excit- 
ing prospect of the new millenium. 
As the sun rises on the morning of 
the new millenium, our experi- 
ences here will provide the foun- 
dation upon which we will build 
our futures. We take away from 
UMass more than just a degree; we 
take away friendships, memories, 
and lessons that will last a lifetime 
and beyond. 

Looking back at the past four- 
plus years (four for some and more 
for others) there are a multitude of 
memories including Ratts, parties, 
the Sunset Room, sporting events, 
Spring Break, and Senior Week. 
Our time here has meant a lot of 
different things at a lot of different 
times: laughter, the stress of tak- 
ing exams, yelings and tears. 
On behalf of my fellow class offic- 
ers Stephanie Fisher, Tracy 
Perachi, and Laurie Silva, I would 
like to thank you for all the sup- 
port you have given us this year. I 
hope your graduating year was a 
filled with memories you will cher- 
ish forever. 

I wish all of you the best of luck 
and happiness in the new 
millenium. Congratulations, Class 
of 1999! 



Heather Lemieux 

President of the Class of 1999 



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David Abreu 

Business Information Systems 



Cathryn L. Adams 

Textile Chemistry 



Michele E. Agostinho 

Accounting 



William H. Alexander 

Electrical Engineering 



Victoria A. Allard 

English 



Kenneth A. Almeida 

Finance 





James L. Alphonse 

Criminal Justice 



Debra M. Ambar 

Marketing 



Camille S. Anderson 

Social Services 




Jonathan J. Andrade 

Marketing 



Michael J. Andrews 

Accounting 



Christopher J. Angland 

Marketing 



Heidi E. Aguiar 

Biology 




Alex M. Alpert 

Textile Science 




Jesse A. Anderson 

Psychology 




Stacy Anuszczyk 

Psychology 



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Dorecn Balanca 

Medical Laboratory Science 



Bridget B. Barris 

Political Science 



Flavio Arruda 

Management 



Brenda M. Austin 

Writing/Communication 





Franck Barjon 

Finance 



Melanic C. Barletta 

Textile Science 



Nicole M. Barros 

Nursin 



Karen A. Basque 

Medical Laboratory Science 



Sharon M. Austin 

Nursing 




Michelle M. Barnes 

Textile Design/Fiber Arts 




Amy T. Bauer 

Nursing 




Adam J. Beatrice 

Marketing 



Sheelagh M. Beaulieu 

Accounting 



Christine M. Beck 

Spanish 



Lisa G. Belong 

Social Services 

Graduates 



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Tove E. Bendiksen 

History 



Jamie M. Berger 

Anthropology 



Katherine L. Bergman 

Biology 




Jamie Bettencourt 

Sociology 



David Bluestein 

Marketing 



Nicole T. Bramwell 

Business Information Systems 



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Joyce A. Bettencourt 

Illustration 



Meredith G. Birch 

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Faye C. Boardman 

Political Science 



Eric M. Borden 

Multidisciplinary Studies 





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Finance 




Mary Ellen Blombach 

Biology 




Jennifer M. Braga 

Sociology 




Paula C. Branco 

Nursing 



Marcie B. Bricault 

Political Science & Sociology 



Kimberly A. Brodeur 

Medical Laboratory Science 



75 Graduates 






Sarah M. Brophy 

Photographic/Electronic Imaging 



Keith A. Brough 

Economics 



Anna D. Brousaides 

Writing/Communication 



Kara L. Brown 

Political Science 



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Rebecca M. Brown 

Finance 



Christie A. Brum 

Marketing 



Nelson M. Brum 

Finance 



Dawn M. Bruneau 

Management 





Lisa M. Bulcao 

Writing/Communication 




Bryan J. Burdzel Geoffrey M. Burr Christopher J. Byrne 

Business Information Systems Business Information Systems Business Information Systems 





Andrea Cabral 

Business Information Systems 



Sandra Cabral 

Biology 



Megan A. Callahan 

Business Information Systems 



Keith M. Camara 

Medical Laboratory Science 



Graduates Hi 74 




Donald E. Campbell 

Computer Science 



Christin K. Cardoza 

Accountin 



Daniel R. Cardoza 

Medical Laboratory Science 



Paul J. Carreiro 

Management 




Carla Carvalho 

Accounting 



Jeffrey Carvalho 

Electrical Engineering 



Haylie T. Cass Joseph W. Cassidy 

Business Information Systems Humanities & Social Sciences 




Derek J. Catabia 

Electrical Engineerinj 



Barry Chase 

Mechanical Engineering 



Chih-Hao Chien 

Computer Science 



Kraig G. Choquette 

Marketing 




Chin-Hung Chung 

Computer Science 



Gregory P. Clark 

Sociology 



Vernell L.M. Clouden 

Business Administration 



Lisa A. Coady 

Graphic Design/Letterform 



73 Graduates 




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Michelle J. Coelho 

Business Information Systems 



Michelle P. Comeau 

Accounting 



Kristen Connolly 

Marketing 



Shawn P. Connors 

Writing/Communication 



Cynthia Cordeiro 

Art Education 



Jennifer Cormier 

Medical Laboratory Science 



Marcia M. Correia 

Portuguese & Spanish 



Eric J. Costa 

Finance 



Isabel M. Costa 

Business Information Systems 



William J. Connolly 

History 




Jennifer R. Cornwell 

Marketing 




Michelle A. Cote 

Political Science 








Danny S. Crandall 

Writing/Communication 



Katherine C. Crawford 

Mathematics 



Brian C. Crowley 

Photographic/Electronic Imaging 



Jody L. Crownover 

Writing/Communication 



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Beth A. Cummins 

Marine Biology 



Sandra C. Cunha 

Computer Science 



Sarah P. Curley 

Textile Science 



Mark W. Czarnowski 

Marine Biology 



Luis DeAlemeida 

Accounting 




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Jessica M. Daggett 

Accounting 



Jacquelyn M. Dancoe 

Psychology 



Cindy L. Curtis 

Nursim 




Melynda J. Davis 

Music 




Melissa S. DeAndrade Gina M. DeConti Cecilia H. DeOliveira 

Psychology Photographic/Electronic Imaging Portuguese & Political Science 




Ricardo A. DeSousa 


Lynda Dealmeida 


Eric R. Deandrea 


Shawn D. Delgado 


Biochemistry 


Nursing 


Computer Science 


Management 


71 Graduates 













Diane C. Dempsey 

Criminal Justice 



Mark D. Desbiens 

Illustration 



Margarida P. DoRego 

Management 



Garnet A. Doerrmann 

Business Information Systems 



Joleen L. Doucette 

Psychology 



Jamie M. Dowcett 

Economics 



Michael T. Drought 

Management 



Danielle L. Duclos 

Writing/Communication 



Marc K. Duffy 

Criminal Justice 



Eric S. Duquette 

History 



Deidre Elias 

Textile Science 



Andre Everette 

Humanities & Social Sciences 



Carl J. Dobbins 

Electrical Engineering 




Joseph R. Drazek 

Management 




Jennifer M. Dunn 

Social Services 




Joanna Exindari 

Business Information Systems 

Graduates 70 



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Kimberly A. Fanning 

Photographic/Electronic Imaging 



Jason L. Femino 

Computer Engineering 



Deneen Fernandes 

Textile Science 




Brett M. Ferrari 

Management 



Stephanie E. Fisher 

Psychology 



Keith A. Forsblom 

Psychology 



Jennifer L. Ferreira 

Psychology 



Thomas Ferreira 

Business Information Systems 



Susan L. Fish 

Psychology 




Erin C. Flanagan 

English & Spanish 



Shawn Flavin 

Textile Science 



Tracey M. Forgue 

Business Information Systems 




Janet S. Fortes 

Sociology 



Sara L. Fortin 

I lumanities & Social Sciences 



Brian W. Frederick 

Biology 



69 Graduates 





Jennifer M. Fredrickson 

Marketing 



Alexander D. Friedin 

Psychology 



Kerri-Jean Furtado 

Psychology 



Wendy L. Gamson 

Medical Laboratory Science 



Richard J. Gilcoine Jr. 

History 



Matthew J. Gill 

History 



Tanya Lynn Gomes 

Psychology 



Gregory C. Gomez 

Finance 




Erika M. Furze 

Psychology 




Corine L. Givens 

Nursing 




James J. Grady Mary-Kate H. Graham 

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Marion C. Grant 

Sociology 



Lynn M. Gravina 

Accounting 



Lori A. Grillo 

Writing/Communication 



Jennifer L. Guilbert 

Illustration 



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Kasha H. Gula 

Sociology 



Matthew J. Gustavsen 

Graphic Design/Letterform 



John P. Hallee 

Biology 



Michael R. Harpham 

Chemistry 



Suzanne Harrington 

Management 



Bradley J. Harris 

Illustration 









Stephanie L. Hartman 

Business Information Systems 



Cheryl L. Hathaway 

Marketing 



Jessica P. Hauser 

Physics 



Lisa J. Haynes 

Management 



Claus Hegner 

Business Administration 



Charlene N. Hills 

Nursing 



Allison L. Hammond 

English 




Jessica M. Hart 

Biology 




Susan J. Hayes 

Marketing 




Gretchen R. Hodges 

Management 



67 Graduates 




Karyn M. Hodgkins 

Sociology 



Jacob W. Holcomb 

Writing/Communication 



Yuejun Hou 

Textile Technology 



Jennifer J. Hurley 

Mechanical Engineering 



Thomas E. Hutchison 

Medical Laboratory Science 



Akiji Ishii 

Illustration 



Mathew E. Janus 

Electrical Engineerin 



Christine M. Jennette 

Writing/Communication 



Marcelle M. Jerome 

Nursing 




Kristina F. Johnson 

Political Science 



Channa I. Jones 

Graphic Design/Letterform 



William E. Joyce 

Buisness Information Systems 



Erik S. Huchel 

Management 




Thomas J. Jalowick 

Management 




Amy J. Johnson 

Psychology 






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Jeremiah A. Katz 

Sculpture/3D Studies 




Graduates m 66 




Joshua I. Katz 

Psychology 



Michelle B. Kimball 

Spanish 



Jackie F. Kong 

Computer Science 



Catherine T. Kostek 

Art Education 



David J. Kemble 

Medical Laboratory Science 



Teresa B. Ketterman 

Finance 



Ayub A. Khan 

Electrical Engineering 




Erin M. Kirrane 

Illustration 



Justin D. Klaassen 

Finance 









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Michael A. Knodler Jr. 

Civil Engineering 




Dennis W. Koob 

Management 



Beth R. Kosakowski 

Writing/Communication 



Melanie Kostaras 

Marketing 




Scot M. Kudron 

Mechanical Engineering 



Chenhuan Kuo 

Computer Science 



Takako Kura 

Painting/2D Studies 



65 Graduates 














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Ayumi Kusano 

Textile Design/Fiber Arts 



Heather L. Kyle 

Psychology 



Elizabeth G. LaViska 

Humanities & Social Sciences 



Eve E. Lambros 

Business Information Systems 



William H. Langfield 

Biology 



Shonna L. Lappin 

English 




John C. LaVoie 

Management 




Charlene M. LeBlanc 

Criminal Justice 



Kristen D. Leary 

Writing/Communication 



Dong Shing Lee 

Computer Science 



Rebecca A. LeBeau 

Criminal Justice 




Sabrina Szu-Hui Lee 

Computer Science 




Heather Lemieux 

Psychology & Sociology 



Ian R. Lemieux Marc-Alexander Lempart 

Medical Laboratory Science Business Administration 



Amy K. Leonard 

Political Science 



Graduates P 64 




Robert S. Leonard 

Multidisciplinary Studies 



Nelson L. Linhares 

Management 



James W. MacDonald 

Political Science 




Jeffrey S. Mahoney 

Marketing 



Kimberly A. Levesque 

Computer Engineering 



Eva Lies 

Business Administration 



Da-Chun Lin 

Computer Science 






Scott W. Lohmann 

Mechanical Engineerin 



Edward J. Loiselle 

History 



Veronica M. Looney 

Business Inforamtion Systems 




Jessica Madden 

Writing/Communication 



Jessica B. Mahler 

Social Services 



Colleen M. Mahoney 

Accounting 





Laura D. Mancini 

Writing/Communication 



Nathaniel A. Manderson 

Humanities & Social Sciences 



Jenni L. Manfredi 

Biology 



63 Graduates 




Prakash J. Manghwani 

Computer Science 







Christy Marques 

Portuguese 



Laura E. Martin 

Accounting 



Regina M. Martino 

Nursing 



Danicla Marascio 

Psychology 



Christopher J. Marino 

Political Science & Psychology 



Melanie Marionneau 

Marketing 




Sonya M. Marques 

Finance 



Bryan D. Martin 

Management 



Kimberly L. Martin 

Accounting 




Michael J. Martin 

Computer Engineerin 



Pamela E. Martin 

Biology 



Paula M. Martin 

Medical Laboratory Science 




Ruth E. Matias 

Psychology 



Sandra M. Matias 

Social Services 



Raguel Matos 

Marketing 



Graduates 



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French 




Cheri M. McGowen 

Photographic/Electronic Imaging 




Elizabeth A. Matthe 

Social Services 


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Katherina Maurer 

Biology 



Phyllis Mayer 

Humanities & Social Sciences 



Michael G. McCarthy 

Multidisciplinary Studies 




Maura E. McDonald 

Social Services 



John J. McDonough 

History 



Lisa A. McEnaney 

Economics 




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Sabrina J. Mcintosh 

Psychology 



Shawn K. McNutt Patricia C. Medeiros 

Business Information Systems Business Information Systems 




Melissa E. Meinhold 

Graphic Design/Letterform 



David M. Mello 

Criminal Justice 



Francisco C. Melon 

Spanish 



Chrystalia Metrakas 

Psychology 



61 Graduates 



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Keri A. Meuleman 

Political Science 



Brian D. Monroe 

Computer Science 




Michael R. Millerick 

Sociology 



Nancy Moniz 

Psychology 



Susan M. Moniz 

Writing/Communication 




Maria E. Montez 

Computer-oriented Mathematics 



Sarah J. Moran 

Professional Writing 



Tammy L. Morgan 

Psychology 




Michelle M. Morris 

Business Information Systems 



Jennifer C. Morse 

Sociology 



Maryellen Muchowski 

Textile Design/Fiber Arts 



Maureen L. Mullaley 

Photographic/Electronic Imaging 





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Erin J. Mulligan 

Photographic/Electronic Imaging 



Eli A. Munkholm 

Marketing 



Gwendolyn A. Murray 

Photographic/Electronic Imaging 



Bryan A. Nadeau 

Nursing 



Graduates 60 




Hiroko Nagasaku 

Sociology 



Co T. Nguyen 

Accounting 



Imad J. Nasrallah 

Computering Engineering 



Kristy L. Natale 

Accounting 





Michelle S. Nogueira 

Portuguese 



Steve Nomes 

Humanities & Social Sciences 



Stephanie A. O'Connell 

Management 



Emily G. O'Connor 

Textile Design/Fiber Arts 



Heather K. O'Leary 

French 



Tetsuro Oishi 

Electrical Engineering 



Yuko Okado 

Psychology 



Julie D. Olsen 

Sociology 



Brian P. Nguyen 

Management 




Heather R. Noyes 

Nursing 




ErinM.O'Sullivan 

Political Science 




Jill M. Ortega 

Humanities & Social Sciences 



59 Graduates 




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Mark J. Ostrowski 

Multidisciplinary Studies 



Artur P. Ottlik 

Computer Science 



Jill Pacheco 

Criminal Justice 




Shawnte L. Pacheco 

Nursing 



Stacy C. Parenteau 

Psychology 





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Rebecca C. Panek 

Biology 



Kristin J. Panunzio 

Medical Laboratory Science 



Catherine E. Parisi 

Marketing 



Tejal J. Patel 

Computer Engineering 




Troy J. Paulino 

Management 



Nicole Pellerin 

Nursing 



Sheila M. Peloquin 

Mathematics 



Leslie A. Pacheco 

Marketing 




Jason J. Parent 

Nursim 




Stephen J. Patton 

Computer Science 





Sheng-Chiang Peng 

Computer Science 



Graduates 58 





Tracy N. Perachi 

Psychology 



Stacy L. Pereira 

Nursin 



Jennifer A. Perez 

Social Services 



Lou K. Pimentel 

Illustration 



Michael J. Pimentel 

Humanities & Social Sciences 



David G. Pineault 

Mechanical Engineering 









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Jennifer L. Pires 

Art Education 



Lourdes B. Pires 

English 



Craig L. Pisani 

Biology 



James C. Poirier 

Computer Engineering 



Erica Potkay 

Psychology 



Rebecca L. Potter 

Accounting 




Eleonore Pierre 

Finance 




Milton F. Pinto 

Biology 




Rosmery Plasencia 

Psychology & Spanish 




Francis V. Pottokaran 

Textile Chemistry 






57 Graduates 




William J. Pouliot 

Finance & Management 



Amy M. Prendergast 

Humanities & Social Sciences 



Jarcd M. Proulx 

Psychology 



Sarah J. Putnam 

Humanities & Social Sciences 




Sarah E. Pyne 

Anthropology 



Bharathidhasan M. Ranganathan Erin D. Reardon 

Electrical Engineering Medical Laboratory Science 



Steven T. Rebello 

Criminal Justice 




Danielle K. Renaud 

Graphic Design/Letterform 



Silvana M. Resendes 

Social Services 



Brent Reynolds 

Civil Engineering 



Stephen P. Riccardi 

Business Information Science 




Thomas J. Riccardi 

Finance 



Christina G. Ricci 

Psychology 



Bethany L. Riggs 

Marketing 



Michael E. Ring 

Finance 



Graduates 56 



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Tamara E. Riolo 

Art Education 



Lara E. Romeo 

Economics 



Gail A. Russell 

Accountin 



Tinamarie Salvucci 

Writing/Communication 



Kevin A. Roach 

Psychology 




Stephanie A. Robbat 

Social Services 



Donna A. Roberson 

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Alex A. Romero 

Business Information Systems 



Tristyn H. Ross 

Civil Engineering 



Katie A. Rysz 

Photographic/Electronic Imaging 



Christian J. Saghbini 

Biology 



Masanori Samizo 

Economics & Political Science 



Sheila M. Sampson 

Computer Science 




Norman R. Rousseau 

Business Administration 




Marc L. Salerno 

Electrical Engineering 




Audrey L. Sanford 

Political Science 



55 Graduates 




Tracy A. Santos 

Psychology 




Peter T. Sattelmair 

Management 



Patricia J. Scharmer 

Psychology 



Gretchen J. Schwenzfeier 

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Jami E. Shamberger 

Psychology 



Mellisa Sherlin 

Psychology 



Kevin S. Silva 

Accounting 








Laurie A. Silva 

Writing/Communication 



Donald R. Schenck 

Psychology 




Kevin M. Shaw 

Accounting 




Rebecca S. Simonin 

Photographic/Electronic Imaging 






Aimee M. Smith 


Jessica Snow 


Shawn J. Solomon 


Sandra Sousa 


Psychology 


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Dale J. Souza 

Sociology 




Keri A. Ste. Marie 

Nursing 



John C. Sullivan 

Nursing 



Kenneth L. Springhetti 

Computer Science 



Jill M. St. Laurent 

Accounting 



Renee M. Steiblin 

Spanish 



Sheldon I. Straker 

Business Administration 



Shana M. Superchi 

Biology 



Ryuji Suzuki 

Electrical Engineering 



Jochen Staehler 

Business Administration 




Sunny Q. Su 

Business Administration 




Adam M. Szymhowicz 

Drama/Film Studies 




Jennifer J. Tabet Eric E. Taylor 

Humanities & Social Sciences Business Information Systems 



Theresa A. Tellier 

Spanish 



Shawn C. Thomas 

Psychology 



53 Graduates 





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Sara A. Tilbian 

Management 



Amy L. Tirrell 

Art Education 



Jennifer M. Tolson 

Humanities & Social Sciences 



Nicole K. Toma 

Political Science 




Keith M. Tomaszewicz Nancy J. Tooley Shawn G. Towne Jennifer E. Tribou 

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Mrinalini Tripathi 

Computer Science 



Marianne T. Trundy 

English 



Michael P. Tuccillo 

Marketing 



Eric J. Vanasse 

Sociology 






Michael J. Veracka 

Sociology 



Stephanie E. Verch 

Nursing 



Isabel C. Vicencio 

Sociology 



Joanne M. Vicente 

Business Administration 



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David P. Vincent 

Mathematics 



Derek W. Walsh 

Management 



Pamela J. Weeks 

Photographic/Electronic Imaging 




Paul C. Vieira 

Spanish 



Cheryl Wagner 

Marketing 



Sherry A. Villeneuve 

Psychology 






Joseph L. Wagner 

Political Science 








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Drama/Film Studies 



Elizabeth L. Watson 

Sociology 



John R. Welch 

Mechanical Engineering 



Nancy L. Wheeler 

Nursing 



Rosa Vinagre 

Psychology 




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Brandt E. Wajda 

Civil Engineering 




Jennifer M. Webb 

Psychology 




Scott A. Wheeler 

Humanities & Social Science 



51 Graduates 




Denim V. Whelan 

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Sarah R. White 

Drama/Film Studies 



Mark A. Whitney 

Photographic/Electronic Imaging 



Nadine M. Whitney 

Psychology 




Dianne S. Willens 

Marketing 



Jennifer L. Wilson 

Social Services 



Ryan C. Wood 

Writing/Communications 



Rebecca H. Woods 

Illustration & Painting 




Elizabeth C. Woodworth 

Criminal Justice 



Cara L. Xavier 

Finance 



Emily D. Young 

Humanities & Social Sciences 



Kimberly L. Zicher 

Psychology 




Adam D. Zieguer 

Multidisciplinary Studies 



Lois J. Zitano 

Finance 



Graduates 50 



Graduates Not Photographed 



Sandra R. Abalutzk 

Management 

Hussein-Ali Abdul Hadi 

Electrical Engineering 

Scott N. Adams 
Civil Engineering 

Melody Affonce 

Mechanical Engineering 

Paula M. Afonso 

Accounting 

Sean A. Ahern 

Music 

Christopher M. Albernaz 

Management 

Greg J. Allard 

Chemistry 

Amanda M. Allen 

Art Education 

Christian Almedia 

Business Information Systems 

Angeles Alvarez 

Management 

Lisa Alves 

Business Administration 

Patrick Alves 

Business Administration 

Kathy Amaral 

Portuguese 

Kathryn Anderson 

Visual Design 

Jennifer M. Andrade 

Accounting 

Andreas Andreopoulos 

Nursing 

Janet Andrews 

Management 

Phillip J. Andrews 

Illustration 

Winston Ang 

Art Education 

Michael V. Antonio 

Photographic/Electronic Imaging 

Linda M. Araujo 

Marketing 

Kevin J. Arnfield 

Atrisanry 

Margaret Attar 

Nursing 

Cyril Audinette 

Business Administration 



Roxann Auteri-Pereira 

Nursing 

Filiz Avsar 

Textile Technology 

Beth L. Await 

Music 

Omar Ayub 

Business Administration 

Russell Babbitt III 

Biology 

Kelly A. Baker 

Nursing 

Scott B. Baley 

Criminal Justice 

Warren R. Bank 

Computer Science 

Jillian M. Banville 

Accounting 

Ana T. Baptista 

Humanities & Social Sciences 

Sandra C. Barbosa 

Management 

Matthew P. Barcellos 

Criminal Justice 

Kathie Barker 

Business Administration 

Cheryl Barrett 

Management 

Mary E. Barry 

Accounting 

Alexander Barth 

Physics 

Steven A. Bartkus 

Criminal Justice 

Michael A. Bartlett 

History 

Lori E. Bechner 

Psychology 

Paul Bedard Jr. 

Psychology 

Christopher R. Bell 

Social Services 

Jessica A. Bell 

Nursing 

Kelly A. Berger 

History 

Kathryn Bernardo 

Textile Design/Fiber Arts 

Conrad Bernier 

History 



Michael E Bernstein 

Marketing 

Kenneth M. Berryman Jr. 

Accounting 

Paul Berube 

Management 

Traci Berube-Almeida 

Psychology 

Heidi D. Bessette 

Nursing 

Catherine A. Bettencourt 

Nursing 

Thomas Bierweiler 

Physics 

Daniel M. Bigelow 

Illustration 

Stephan Birkmann 

Physics 

David Bogus 

Ceramics 

Eric A. Borges 

Political Science 

Holly J. Borges 

Economics 

Michelle Botelho 

Psychology 

Thomas M. Botelho 

Marketing 

Jonathan W. Botts 

History 

Lori A. Bouchard 

Nursing 

Sharon Boulanger 

Psychology 

Paul E. Bourdeau 

Marine Biology 

Joanne Boyne 

Nursing 

Andrea L. Bradley 

Nursing 

Scott M. Bramwell 

Biology 

Michael D. Brandhagen 

Biology 

Steven Brandt 

Textile Science 

Emma Brennan 

Music 

Ivone L. Brito 

Business Information Systems 



Lisa Brogan 

Psychology 

Laureen Brown 

Sociology 

Kathleen Brunelle 

Mathematics 

Autumn C. Bryant 

Art History 

Roxanne M. Buccos 

Professional Writing 

David K. Buck 

Chemistry 

Wendi A. Buckley-Thornton 

Nursing 

Rama Rao Buddhineni 

Electrical Engineering 

Alexandre Buer 

Textile Technology 

Dana Bullard 

Humanities & Social Sciences 

Gregory A. Bunavicz 

Civil Engineering 

Trisha Burbank 

Textile Science 

Sarah K. Burgess 

Jewelry/Metals 

Kevin P. Burlingame 

Civil Engineering 

Britt D. Burton 

Physics 

Caroline A. Burton 

Business Information Systems 

Margaret Bushy 

Psychology 

Thomas L. Bushy 

Business Administration 

Alberto Cabeza 

Computer & Information Science 

Kevin T. Cabral 

Business Information Systems 

Linda A. Cabral 

Art Education 

Lisa Cabral 

Psychology 

Paul M. Camara JR. 

Humanities & Social Sciences 

Colleen A. Campbell 

Illustration 

Luis A. Campos 

Electrical Engineering 



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Kerry A. Carbone 

Psychology 

Brian G. Cardoza 

Political Science 

Robert A. Carney Jr. 

English 

Gary J. Carreiro 

Finance 

Robin A. Carrington 

Humanities & Social Sciences 

Catherine E. Carroll 

Humanities & Social Sciences 

Hilda Caravalho 

Psychology 

Joao C. Castro 

Electrical Engineering 

Michelle Castro 

Sociology 

Scott A. Chalmers 

Psychology 

Robert S. Chandler 

Marketing 

Li-Wei Chang 

Computer Science 

Noel J. Charbonneau 

Business Information Systems 

Robert P. Charest 

Illustration 

Jared Chase 

Finance 

Laura J. Chase 

Accounting 

Rongxin Chen 

Physics 

Tzu-Hung Cheng 

ElectricalEngineering 

Bette S. Chew 

Social Services 

Joseph Chiasson 

Electrical Engineering 

Thomas Child 

Political Science 

Shu-Ming Chiu 

Business Administration 

Gerald Choi 

Physics 

Shou-Min Chuo 

Business Administration 

John Clark 

History 

Jason D. Clarke 

Accounting 



Tighe Clements 

Marketing 

Garrett M. Coleman 

Biology 

Joan Coletti 

Nursing 

Amy B. Collins 

Painting 

Carline A. Collins 

Computer Science 

Marian Colman 

Art Education 

Daniel Comeau 

Criminal Justice 

Mary D. Comstock 

Psychology 

Jennifer A. Conkerton 

Psychology 

Mary E. Conley 

Nursing 

Lucretia Connor 

Humanities & Socail Sciences 

Joyce M. Contois 

Nursing 

Debbie Correia 

Medical Laboratory Science 

Laura M. Correia 

Sociology 

Esra Coskuntuna 

Textile Technology 

George Costa 

Mechanical Engineering 

Melissa Costa 

Social Services 

Natasha Costa 

Nursing 

Trisha R. Costa 

Humanities & Social Sciences 

Peter R. Cote 

Professional Writing 

Evelyn A. Crandall 

Humanities & Social Sciences 

Ryan P. Creasia 

Business Information Systems 

Lauren A. Crest 

Psychology 

Jason D. Crete 

Mechanical Engineering 

Sherri J. Crook 

Biology 

Alison Cunha 

Graphic Design/Letterfom 



Robert Curran Jr. 

Humanities & Social Sciences 

Brian D. Curreri 

History 

Cynthia E. Currie 

Social Services 

Meagan E. Cusick 

Art History 

David M. Czech 

Management 

Jennifer DaCosta 

Psychology 

Manuela DaCosta 

Humanities & Social Sciences 

Philip J. Daponte 

Electrical Engineering 

Maribel DaSilva 

Psychology 

Charlton Dade 

Psychology 

Kristen Dalton 

Management 

Fern Daniels 

Criminal Justice 

John E. Darga 

Biology 

Alicea A. Darsch 

Sociology 

Delphine Davis 

Nursing 

Pamela DeArruda 

Criminal Justice 

Deborah M. DeBarros 

Writing/Communication 

Michael DeLory 

Marine Biology 

Jose DeMedeiros 

Criminal Justice 

Lory A Demelo 

Illustration 

Rita DeOliveira 

Psychology 

Paul DePina 

Humanities & Social Sciences 

Marilyn DelValle 

Sociology 

Jill Delahanty 

Grpahic Design/Letterform 

Cheriann Demeo 

Psychology 

Frank Deppe 

Physics 



Heidi Desmarais 

Medical Laboratory Science 

Michael Desmarais 

Physics 

Scott R. Devlin 

Psychology 

Michelle Dias 

Accounting 

Shawn P. Diffley 

Mechanical Engineering 

James F. Dillon 

Psychology 

Jonathan E. Dinneen 

Business Information Systems 

Holger Dippel 

Electrical Engineering 

Mary Dolan 

Nursing 

Hua Dong 

Chemistry 

Jeremy M. Donnelly 

Illustration 

Nora-Jeanne Donovan 

Biology 

Corinne Dooley 

Nursing 

HuDou 

Electrical Engineering 

Jill Dressel 

Psychology 

Sheila M Duarte-Andrade 

Art Education 

Renee M Dube 

French 

Shawn Dugas 

Biology 

Bradford Duncan 

Civil Engineering 

Denise M. Dunfey 

Nursing 

Anna Dunham 

Nursing 

Eric J. Duphily 

Civil Engineering 

Susan R. Durfee 

Humanities & Social Sciences 

Amie M. Durgin 

Social Services 

Jessica Dyer 

Art Education 

James R. Dyment 

Civil Engineering 



Graduates 



48 



Erin L. Eastwood 

Chemistry 

Sinan Ebussuutoglu 

Textile Science 

Keith Edwards 

Sociology 

Colin Elliott 

Photographic/Electronic Imaging 

Peter T. Engel 

Nursing 

Robert A. Epstein 

Professional Writing 

Gregory P. Eschuk 

Criminal Justice 

Jenna C. Eskedahl 

Humanities & Social Sciences 

Jean Esperson-Golden 

Spanish 

Brian Espinola 

Business Administration 

Eliana R. Evora 

Social Services 

Julie Fernandes 

Sociology 

William Fernandes 

Political Science 

Christina Ferreira 

Panting 

Constance Ferreira 

Humanities & Social Sciences 

Linda Ferreira 

Management 

Nelson Ferreira 

Economics 

Roberta Ferreira 

Nursing 

Ruth A. Ferreira 

Business Administration 

Sharice M. Ferris 

Psychology 

William R, Ferry, JR. 

Civil Engineering 

Kenneth S. Ferus 

Psychology 

Dorinda Fidalgo-Ribeiro 

Psychology 

Sandy F. Figueiredo 

Accounting 

Joshua T. Filipek 

Criminal Justice 

Bonnie A. Finkle 

Nursing 



Joshua T. Fischer 

Sculpture/3D Studies 

Michael Fitzgerald 

Mathematics 

Christopher W. Flynn 

Computer Science 

Mary E. Flynn 

Sciology 

Alfred Foley Jr. 

Psychology 

Richard F. Fonseca 

Illustration 

Jeanne Fontinha 

Humanities & Social Sciences 

Kristen L. Fournier 

Anthropolgy 

Eric P. Francis 

Biology 

Julia L. Frazier 

Sociology 

Donna E. French 

Management 

Nathan J. Frizzell 

Finance 

Richard M. Froio 

Biology 

Litao Fu 

Chemistry 

William S. Furness 

Mathematics 

Cheryl Furtado 

Biology 

Gary Furtado 

Criminal Justice 

Lisa M. Furtado 

Psychology 

Arnaud Gabaudan 

Business Administration 

Mary Gabra 

Business Administration 

David C. Gabriel 

Management 

Andre S. Gabryjelski 

Management 

Sharon P. Gagne 

Sociology 

Shan Gao 

Business Administration 

Sally Ann Gaouette 

Nursing 

Kristin B. Garrett 

Psychology 



Gerald T. Garvey 

English 

Caroline C. Gass 

Anthropology 

Joyce Ellen Gibson 

Socical Services 

Craig M. Gifford 

Electrical Engineering 

Christine Gillespie 

Nursing 

Edward Gills 

Marketing 

Jennifer Gillis 

Nursing 

Kevin Giuliano 

Psychology 

Judith A. Giusti 

Teaching 

Jane S. Goff 

Nursing 

Nichole Gomes 

Sociology 

Walter J. Gomes III 

Electrical Engieneering 

Natalia M. Goncalves 

French 

Guillermo Gonzalez 

Multidisciplinary Studies 

Sister Mary Gorelczenko 

Nursing 

Michelle E. Gorman 

Nursing 

Kimberly A. Gould 

Humanities & Social Sciences 

Nora Grady 

Humanities & Social Sciences 

Mary Allison K. Graham 

Artisanry 

Ricky Grasso 

Sociology 

Jennifer L. Graul 

Writing/Communication 

Kenneth R. Gray 

Sculputure/3D Studies 

Toby M. Gray 

Illustration 

Amanda Gregg 

Marine Biology 

Lori A. Grillo 

Writing/Communication 

Michael J. Grimley 

Computer Science 



Timothy J. Guertin 

Sculputre/3D Studies 

John P. Guilfoy 

Sociology 

Shawn Guillotte 

Civil Engineering 

Marcia L. Hahn 

Art History 

Geoff G. Hajian 

History 

Emily A. Hale 

Accounting 

Tracy L. Hall 

Sculpture/3D Studies 

Danielle L. Hallinan 

Finance 

William J. Hannigan 

Mechanical Engineering 

Timothy S. Hanscom 

Humanities & Social Sciences 

Craig Hardy 

Criminal Justice 

Lauren P. Harman 

Panting 

Emmett E. Harris III 

Economics 

Joseph D. Harris II 

Electrical Engineering 

Sandra K. Haworth 

Nursing 

Ryan Hazel 

Finance 

Sean P. Healey 

Photographic/Electronic Imaging 

Desiree Hendricks 

Sociology 

Patrick M. Hennessy 

Textile Science 

Allison A. Hewey 

Painting 

Todd Hibbert 

Business Administration 

Kathleen Hickey 

Social Service 

Jacqueline Hicks 

Psychology 

Emily H. Hodgson 

Political Science 

Sarah Holloway 

Nursing 

Janice M. Hopper 

Social Services 



47 Graduates Not Photographed 



Richard Hopps 

Marketing 

Masami Horikawa 

Finance 

Melissa A. House 

Criminal Justice 

Dawn D. Hoyt 

Graphic Design/Letterform 

Hui Huang 

Chemistry 

Kim A. Hudon 

Mathematics 

Jason S. Hurvitz 

Marketing 

Heidi Hutchins 

Psychology 

Janice L. Iacono 

Art Education 

Uchenna C. Ikonne 

Writing/Communication 

Risa E. Indeck 

Nursing 

Shannon Irish 

Marketing 

William H. Isherwood 

Physics 

Judith Jabotte 

Sociology 

Tina Jameson 

Psychology 

Andrew M. Janczunski 

Finance 

Sung E. Je 

Economics 

Jeffrey S. Jenkins 

Computer Science 

Holly L Jensen 

Professional Writing 

Heeung Jo 

Marketing 

Mandy Johnson 

Nursing 

Nancy C. Johnston 

Art Education 

Vijay Vinayakam Kannan 

Electrical Engineering 

Kristin Kearney 

Multidisciplinary Studies 

Devon B. Keeney 

Marine Biology 

Stacy Kehoe 

Management 



Kellie J. Kennedy 

Textile Science 

Susan Kennedy 

Photographic/Electronic Imaging 

Monique Kilby 

Psychology 

Yoonnam Kim 

Business Administration 

Dana S. Kindstedt 

Textile Design/Fiber Arts 

Jane Kitchen 

Management 

Christine Koczera 

Biology 

Steven H. Koczera 

Management 

Brian Kofton 

Marketing 

Elizabeth L Koslowski 

Photographic/Electronic Imaging 

Eric W. Kostecki 

Psychology 

Catherine T. Kostek 

Art Education 

Miltcho Kostoff 

Business Information Systems 

Sokratis Koumas 

Business Administration 

Surendra M. Krishnan 

Electrical Engineering 

Jay W. Kruger 

Management 

John V. Krupa Jr. 

Business Information Systems 

Debra Kruse 

Fine Arts 

Paul F. Kudryk 

Criminal Justice 

Nermin Kurt 

Business Administration 

Ayumi Kusano 

Textile Design/Fiber Atrs 

Sean M. Kuusisaari 

Marketing 

Andrew LaFrance-Bedard 

Computer Science 

Angela LaStaiti 

Business Administration 

David Labreche 

Crimanl Justice 

Danielle Labrecque 

Psychology 



Melissa Ladeira 

Political Science 

Cynthia Lagerval 

Nursing 

Jennie D Lajoie 

Nursing 

Joan Lamarre 

Nursing 

Jeffrey K. Lambert 

Computer & Information Science 

David R. Langlais 

Nursing 

Madeline J. Bourne Langley 

Nursing 

Julie N. Lansing 

Nursing 

Amy E. Laptew 

Nursing 

Dawn J. Lavendier 

Biology 

Kurt A. Lawson 

Accounting 

Anne-Marie N. Leblanc 

History 

Laurie A. LeBeau 

Finance 

Susanne Leandro 

Psychology 

Maria-Elena Ledesma 

Marine Biology 

Chun-I Lee 

Computer & Information Science 

Dean Lee 

Chemistry 

Scott M. Leeman 

Mathematics 

Matthew T. Lehman 

Illustration 

Carl Leidhold 

Chemistry 

Lisa Lemieux 

Criminal Justice 

Jennifer Lesniak 

Economics 

Peter C. Levasseur 

Panting 

Ilene G. Levine 

Psychology 

Wei Liang 

ElectricalEngineering 

Chaur-Shiung Lin 

Computer & Information Science 



Ronald Littlewood 

Management 

Hannah Lloyd 

Psychology 

Kapin Loh 

Graphic Design/Letterform 

Maria Esther Lois 

Spanish 

Lakolya C. London 

Chemistry 

Anna O. Lopes 

Criminal Justice 

Joseph P. Lopes 

Political Science 

Debra Lord 

Professional Writing 

Elisa Lorello 

Psychology 

Walter J. Louviere 

Psychology 

Christine M. Lowrie 

Computer & Information Science 

Katherine Lukas 

Nursing 

Blake Lutz 

Political Science 

Corinne M. Lynch 

English 

Melissa A. MacDonald 

Psychology 

Kelly M. Macedo 

Nursing 

Nancy Machado 

Management 

Meredith L. Macomber 

Chemistry 

Gilbert S. Macvaugh III 

Psychology 

John A. Magnan 

Visual Design 

Jason P. Magner 

Humanities 7 Social Sciences 

Kevin C. Mahoney 

History 

James Maloney 

Finance 

Iana Mandravel-Hutchins 

Chemistry 

Elise H. Mankes 

Artisanry 

Courtney L. Mann 

Photographic/Electronic Imaging 



Graduates 46 



Keith S. Manning 

Graphic Desgin/Letterform 

Leroy F. Marek Jr. 

Painting 

Brian Marobella 

Business Information Systems 

Olena V. Marques 

English 

Jennifer L. Martin 

Chemistry 

Kathleen Martin 

Accounting 

Lauren A Mathews 

Electrical Engineering 

Jason D. Maxwell 

Biology 

Erica J. May 

Biology 

Keith Maysles 

Humainties & Social Sciences 

Kristin McAdam 

Sociology 

Thomas J. McCabe 

Social Services 

Debra McCarthy 

Mathematics 

Jennifer L, McCarthy 

Psychology 

Daniel McCormack 

Graphic Design/Letterform 

Marian McDermott 

Management 

John McEachern 

Accounting 

Kiley McGarry 

Nursing 

Deborah McGee 

Psychology 

Christopher McKenna 

Management 

Janis L. McKernan-Markoff 

Nursing 

April L. McKinnon 

Sociology 

Shannon M. McSally 

Political Science 

Kim Means 

English 

Ana C. Medeiros 

Accounting 

Darlene M. Medeiros 

Business Information Systems 



Earl Medeiros 

Electrical Engineering 

Jennifer L. Medeiros 

Psychology 

Olha Medwid 

Computer Science 

Dawn M. Meehan 

Marine Biology 

Jamie L. Meehan 

Psychology 

Richi Mehta 

Humanities & Social Sciences 

William K. Mello 

Photographic/Electronic Design 

Arnaldo T. Melo 

Economics 

Michael B. Melo 

Finance 

Nelson T. Melo 

Portuguese 

Christine G. Mendes 

Criminal Justice 

Heather Meserve 

Nursing 

Betty Metheny 

Graphic Design/Letterform 

Chrystalia K. Metrakas 

Psychology 

Tara A. Michalewich 

Nursing 

Charles Michaud 

Accounting 

Konstantin Mikhailov 

Finance 

Robert W. Millard 

Visual Design 

Alan L. Minkin 

Psychology 

Shanna A. Miranda 

Sociology 

Patrick J. Modic 

Business Administration 

Tom D. Moitoso 

Computer Engineering 

John Moniz 

Psychology 

Kera Monteiro 

Psychology 

Valdemar O. Monteiro 

Textile Science 

William G. Monterroso 

Criminal Justice 



Matthew Montoya 

Psychology 

Sandra Moore 

Biology 

Christine Moreira 

Political Science 

Amber E. Morrison 

Painting 

Michael Morrissette 

Management 

Peter Mortimer 

Finance 

Vincent Mthimunye 

Computer Science 

Diane Mulcahy 

Nursing 

Sheila Mulcahy 

Nursing 

Robert Mulhern Jr. 

Management 

Jennifer S. Mullin 

Mechanical Engineering 

Marie M. Murphy 

Nursing 

Timothy Murphy 

Professional Writing 

Kenneth E. Murray 

Management 

Jarrod G. Musano 

Management 

Rahul R. Mutha 

Electrical Engineering 

Nels T. Nelson 

Business Information Systems 

Robyn Nelson 

Humanities & Social Sciences 

Doreen C. Newcomb 

Marketing 

Julie A Newell 

Psychology 

Vu H Nguyen 

Business Information Systems 

Carleatha Nichols 

History 

Matthew Nicholson 

Multidisciplinary Studies 

Scott C. Nighan 

Business Information Systems 

Keith A Noonan 

Sociology 

Louise Norko 

Nursing 



Annette M. Normandin 

Accounting 

Rebecca Nunes 

Social Services 

Mary O'Brien 

Psychology 

Timothy J. O'Brien 

Economics 

Matthew J, O'Connor 

Political Science 

Erin E. O'Donnell 

Marine Biology 

Michael O'Leary 

History 

Lee A. O'Neill 

Nursing 

Robert J. Olejniczak 

Economics 

Jennifer M. Oliver 

Social Services 

Scott A. Olson 

Writing/Communication 

Philippe H. Orlando 

Biology 

Howard Orloff 

Finance 

Joyce M. Orlowski 

Nursing 

Audrey Oster 

Artisanry 

Matthew D. Ouellette 

Psychology 

Chinmy Oza 

Computer Science 

Elton C. Pacheco 

History 

Sherri Pacheco 

History 

Tyra Pacheco 

Writing/Communication 

Gregory J. Paciulan 

Psychology 

George T. Palmer 

Photographic/Electronic Imaging 

Chih-Hao Pan 

Computer Science 

Margarita Pappas 

Psychology 

Sejin Park 

Marketing 

Anne Marie Pavao 

Nursing 



45 Graduates Not Photographed 



Filomena Pavao 

Management 

Jennifer A. Pavao 

Psychology 

Robin J. Pavao 

Mathematics 

Matthew J Peck 

Psychology 

Lisa Pedro 

Medical Laboratory Science 

Catherine M. Pereira 

Nursing 

Katherine E. Pereira 

English 

Nancy T. Pereira 

Management 

Stephen Pereira 

Civil Engineering 

Daniel Perron 

Psychology 

Seth Perry 

Photographic/Electronic Imaging 

Stacey L Perry 

Accounting 

Jennifer L. Peterman 

Accounting 

John Petrichko 

Humanities & Social Sciences 

Peter M. Petrillo 

English 

Joanna L. Pettey 

Nursing 

Mitchell Pettey 

Sociology 

Michael P. Phenix 

Business Administration 

Aimee L. Phillippi 

Marine Biology 

Edward A. Picard 

Photographic/Electronic Imaging 

Raymond A. Picard 

Accounting 

Andrea D. Piccarini 

Textile Science 

Aimee E. Picotte 

Jewerly/Metals 

Lisa Piela 

Nursing 

Duarte L. Pimentel 

Marine Biology 

Ricardo Pimentel 

Writing/Communication 



Michael Pinnetti 

Management 

Jason Pires 

Criminal Justice 

Laurentino R. Pires 

Humanities & Social Sciences 

Lisa M. Pitta 

Political Science 

Kelly A. Place 

Multidisciplinary Studies 

Brenda S. Pledger 

Graphic Design/Letterform 

Ebenezer Plettner 

Electrical Engineering 

Jeanne T. Plourde 

Illustration 

Elizabeth Ponte 

Social Services 

Claudette Posca 

Nursing 

Robyn Pottel 

Social Services 

Azita Pourali 

Textile Science 

Kelly H. Provencher 

Nursing 

Erik B. Puffer 

Biochemistry 

Nicole L. Quatrano 

Writing/Communication 

Debra Quenga 

Nursing 

Peter D. Quintal 

English 

Pavel Rabinovich 

Computer Science 

Carolina A. Raffo 

Political Science 

Jaime R. Ramos 

Business Information Systems 

Anna Rankis 

Textile Science 

Lisa Rapoza Williams 

Biology 

Cindy S. Raymond 

Accounting 

Mark S. Rebello 

Psychology 

Amanda L. Reilly 

Graphic Design/Letterform 

Pierre-Samuel Reyne 

Business Administration 



Benjamin Ribeiro 

Marketing 

Darlene F. Richardson 

Psychology 

Benjamin A. Riels 

Jewerly/Metals 

Michelle Rivera 

Accounting 

Jonathan E. Robert 

Ceramics 

Brian W. Robertson 

Management 

Leah D. Robertson 

Psychology 

Christine M. Robichaud 

Accounting 

Paula J. Robidoux 

Psychology 

Rebecca L. Robitaille 

Psychology 

Danielle M. Roderick 

Nursing 

Keith J. Rose 

Art Education 

Scott Roskelley 

Marine Biology 

Cynthia Routhier 

Management 

Thomas C. Roux 

Civil Engineering 

Elizabeth A. Rudnicki 

Biology 

Kristen Russell 

Biology 

Ann K. Ryall 

Nursing 

Carrie L. Ryba 

Art Education 

Vicki A. Saint-Paine 

Nursing 

Lauren M. Salemme 

Psychology 

Daniel J. Salerno 

Marine Biology 

William E. Sanchez Imbrechts 

Electrical Engineering 

Brian D. Santos 

Drama/Film Studies 

Rodney Santos 

Electrical Engineering 

Sandra C. Santos 

Art Education 



Steven P. Santos 

Computer Engineering 

Matthew R. Sarcia 

Graphic Design/Letterform 

Gina B. Sardinha 

Biology 

Susan D. Sargent 

Nursing 

Gregg E. Savage 

Photographic/Electronic Imaging 

Birol Saylan 

Business Administration 

Stefan Schackeler 

Computer Science 

Ronna Schaffer 

Psychology 

Matthew D. Schafman 

Photographic/Electronic Imaging 

Jeffrey A. Schoonover 

Physics 

Joseph R. Schorge 

Electrical Engineering 

Andrew L. Schwarzmann 

Medical Laboratory Science 

Kerrin M. Scolponeti 

Humanities & Social Studies 

Laura Seabury 

Nursing 

Steven Seaman 

Biology 

Kurt S. Seguer 

Writing/Communication 

Samuel Serraz 

Busines Administartion 

Rajeswari Seshadri 

Computer Science 

Laurette A. Shabshelowitz 

Management 

Steven Shaw 

Mechanical Engineering 

Brenda Shaw-Joyce 

Sociology 

Michael Sheehan 

Political Science 

Brian M. Shelton 

Electrical Engineering 

Chun How Shen 

Computer Science 

Shane M. Sher 

Humanities & Social Sciences 

Allen C. Sherman 

Criminal Justice 



Graduates 44 



Corey S. Shumaker 

Illustration 

Barbara A. Shurtleff 

Teaching 

Charlene A. Silvia 

Humanities & Social Sciences 

Heather Silvia 

Social Services 

Latisha A. Simms 

Graphic Design/Letterform 

Regina Singleton 

Nursing 

Bethanie M. Slater 

Accounting 

Pamela Smagacz 

Sociology 

Andrew J. Smart 

Electrical Engineering 

Daune W. Smith 

Teaching 

Jason Smith 

Artisanry 

Jennifer L Smith 

Sociology 

Peter Snell 

History 

Brian Soares 

Business Administration 

Linda Soares 

Medical Laboratory Science 

John T. Softcheck 

Professional Writing 

Phoumano N. Somviengxay 

Graphic Design/Letterform 

Paul D. Soodsma 

Atr 

Mitchell Sousa 

Management 

Paulo N. Sousa 

Philosophy 

Erica Souza 

Psychology 

Richard J. Souza Jr. 

Sociology 

Jill Spinelli 

Writing/Communication 

David A. Spiriti 

History 

Daniel C. Sprout 

Psychology 

Nicole St. Pierre 

Chemistry 

Lucien W. St. Cyr 
Economics 



Audrey A. St. George 

Criminal Justice 

Daniel P. St. Laurent 

Management 

Christine St. Laurent 

Nursing 

Raymond A. Stacy 

Mechanical Engineering 

Ryan J. Stankiewicz 

Management 

Patrick D. Stewart 

Illustration 

Stacy A. Strickland 

Sociology 

Gayle E Strittmatter 

Nursing 

Gary R. Stubbins 

Mechanical Engineering 

Brian Sullivan 

Management 

Chun-Li Sun 

Computer Science 

Virginia M. Sullivan 

Professional Writing 

Araya Suriyaphanpong 

Business Administration 

Becky J. Sutherland 

Nursing 

Jennifer N. Talamini 

Social Services 

Kevin J. Tavares 

Finance 

Lourdes Taveira 

Businees Information Systems 

John L. Teixeira 

Chemistry 

Sonya M. Teixeira 

Medical Labarotory Science 

Megan S. Tench 

Writing/Communication 

Paul Tetrault 

Humanities & Social Sciences 

Kristen T. Throop 

Nursing 

Steven J. Tomlinson 

Civil Engineering 

Matthew Tooker 

Nursing 

Christine Toolin 

English 

Rebecca L. Torres 

Illustration 

Stephanie V. Travers 

Psychology 



Jill A. Treloar 

Professional Writing 

Deborah M. Tremblay 

Nursing 

KuangHua Tsai 

Computer Science 

Brynna K. Tucker 

Sculpture/3D Studies 

Matt C. Tudor 

Drama/Film Studies 

Chien hua Tung 

Business Administration 

Michael L. Turini 

Mechanical Engineering 

Stacie L. Uhlman 

Medical Laboratory Science 

Karen Valcourt 

Humanities & Social Sciences 

John C. Vasconcellos 

History 

Iria Vieira 

Nursing 

Natalie Vieira 

Spanish 

Joan Vien 

Nursing 

Nelson Viveiros 

Mechanical Engineering 

Chad H. Vogt 

Civil Engineering 

Claire Walecka 

Nursing 

Sean F. Walker 

Criminal Justice 

Kenneth Walsh 

Art Education 

David E. Wanamaker 

Illustration 

Carla B. Wardlow 

Medical Laboratory Science 

John A. Wareham 

Mechanical Engineering 

Brian D. Waterman 

Marketing 

Michael P. Watson 

Management 

Kristen Wells 

Psychology 

Chenjiou Weng 

Computer Science 

Stephanie L. Wexler 

Professional Writing 

Diane M. Wheeler 

Nursing 



Joey Whittaker 

Textile Science 

Michael S. Wilken 

Computer Engineering 

Edwin F. Williams 

Finance 

Tara A. Williamson 

Biology 

Patricia R. Willis 

Nursing 

Michael L. Winderlick 

Psychology 

Laurra C. Winters 

Textile Science 

James W. Woodburn 

Biology 

Sheng Yang Wu 

Computer Science 

Garet Xanyn 

Psychology 

Rongwei Xuan 

Electrical Engineering 

Masanori Yamaki 

Artisanry 

Liming Yang 

Electrical Engineering 

Matthew D. Yetner 

Business Information Systems 

Bonnie S. Yetter 

Textile Design/Fiber Arts 

Denis S. Young 

Electrical Engineering 

Duane A. Young-Kershaw 

Nursing 

Huishan Yuan 

Physics 

Sung-Hae Yun 

Artisanry 

Joseph E. Zaccardi 

Illustration 

Michael Zekus 

Finance 

Ren Zhang 

Business Administration 

Baosen Zhou 

Electrical Engineering 

Karen Ziegler 

Business Administration 

David A Zwacki 

Computer Engineering 



A3 Graduates Not Photographed 



graduate 



"Directory 



If A equals success then the for- 
mula is A=X+Y+Z, where X is 
"work" Y is "play" and Z is "keep 
your mouth shut." 

Albert Einstein 
1879-1955. 



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Sandra R. Abalutzk 
468 South Main Street 
Attleboro, MA 02703 

Hussein Abdul-Hadi 
Rjad-El-Solh Street 
Sidon 

David Abreu 

156 Birch St. 

New Bedford, MA 02744 

Cathrvn L. Adams 

P.O. Box 759 

Marston Mills, MA 02648 

Scott N. Adams 
50 Whitney Circle 
Swansea, MA 02777 

Melody Affonce 

5 Eddy Street 
Fairhaven, MA 02719 

Paula M. Afonso 
1511 No. HixvilleRd. 
N. Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Michele E. Agostinho 
33 Elizabeth Street 
Fairhaven, MA 02719 

Heidi E. Aguiar 

26 Francis St. 

Fall River, MA 02724 

Sean A. Ahem 
54 Park Ave. 
Whitman, MA 02382 

Christopher M. Albernaz 

6 Karen Dr. 
Westport, MA 02793 

William H. Alexander 
23 Gorwin Drive 
Hanson, MA 02341 

Greg J. Allard 

23 Old Poor Farm Rd. 

Ware, MA 01082 

Victoria A. Allard 
80 Woods Street 
Wareham, MA 02571 

Amanda M. Allen 

183 South Ashburton Road 

Westminster, MA 01473 

Christopher Almeida 
177 Number Nine Road 
Attleboro, MA 02703 

Kenneth A. Almeida 
67 Cherry St. 
Attleboro,MA02703 

Alex M. Alpert 
50 Otis Hill Rd 
Norwell,MA 02061 

James Alphonse 

215 High Hill Road 

North Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Angeles Alvarez 
62 Emmett Avenue 
Dedham, MA 02026 

Lisa Alves 

73 David Street 

New Bedford, MA 02744 



Patrick Alves 
Les Champs 
07800 Les Bai 

Kathv Amaral 

121 Bates St. 1st Fl. 

New Bedford, MA 02745 

Debra M. Ambar 
17 Rogers St. 
Fairhaven, MA 02719 

Camille S. Anderson 

192 Arnold St. 

New Bedford,MA 02740 

Jesse A. Anderson 
PO Box 117 
Plympton, MA 02367 

Kathryn Anderson 

619 County Street Apt. IE 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

Jennifer M. Andrade 
495 Dickinson St. 
Fall River, MA 02721 

Jonathan J. Andrade 
302 Washington St 
Taunton,MA 02780 

Andreas Andreopoulos 
2 Wiggin St 
Chelmsford.MA 01824 

Janet Andrews 
PO Box 1122 
Mattapoisett, MA 02739 

Michael J. Andrews 

564 School St. 

No. Dighton, MA 02764 

Phillip J. Andrews 
9 Aucoot Rd. 
Mattapoisett, MA 02739 

Winston Ang 

BLK 259, #06-350, Tampines St. 21 

Sinapore, S (520259) 

Christopher J. Angland 
78 Vinal Ave. 
Scituate, MA 02066 

Michael V. Antonio 
371 Court St. Apt. 1 
New Bedford, MA 02740 

Linda M. Araujo 
81 Bay Street Apt 2 
New Bedford,MA 02740 

Stacy Anuszczyk 
4 Wordell Street 
Rochester, MA 02770 

Linda Araujo 

81 Bay Street Apt. 2 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

Kevin J. Arnfield 

119 Walnut Plain Road 

Rochester, MA 02770 

Sarah L. Arpin 
37 Cedar Street 
Taunton,MA 02780 

Flavio Arruda 

95 Trolley Car Drive 

Somerset, MA 02726 

Joan Ashley 

142 Barrows Road 

Waquoit, MA 02536 



Margaret Attar 
284 Hinchey Lane 
Somerset, MA 02726 

Cryil Audinette 
LePlan De Cabrie Quest 
France 

Brenda M. Austin 
550 Bay Rd. 
Stoughton, MA 02072 

Sharon M. Austin 
550 Bay Rd. 
Stoughton, MA 02072 

Roxann Auteri-Pereira 
23 Osceola Ave. 
Narragansett, RI 02882 



Filiz Avsar 
233 Sokak No. 
Izmir, Turkey 



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Beth L. Await 
96 Myricks St. 
Berkley, MA 02779 



Russell Babbitt 
30 Bacon Square 
Plainville, MA 02762 

Aaron Baker 

184 tremont Street 

Rehoboth, MA 02769 

Kelly A. Baker 
One Rocky Road 
Carver, MA 02330 

Doreen F. Balanca 
3 Tracy St. 
Acushnet, MA 02743 



Bridget B. Barris 
13 Suzanne Dr. Ext. 
Assonet, MA 02702 

Nicole M. Barros 

93 Margaret Rd. 

E. Taunton.MA 02718 

Mary E. Barry 
30 Vale St. 
Brockton, MA 02402 

Alexander Barth 
Raiffeisenstrabe 50 
Germany 

Steven A. Bartkus 
64 Summit Avenue 
Quincy, MA 02170 

Michael A. Bartlett 
655 Dennison Drive 
Southbridge, MA 01550 

Karen A Basque 

44 Sterling Place 

W Boylston, MA 01583 

Amy T. Bauer 
167 Union St. 
S.Weymouth, MA 02190 

Adam J. Beatrice 
9 Longview Drive 
Milford, MA 01757 

Sheelagh Beaulieu 
50 Washington Street 
Fairhaven, MA 02719 

Lori E. Bechner 
4980 No. Main St. 
Fall River, MA 02720 

Christine M. Beck 
104 Olde Knoll Road 
Marion.MA 02738 



Scott B. Baley Paul Bedard 

378 Quaker Meeting House Road 15 Steven Ave. 
Sandwich, MA 02537 Westport, MA 02790 



Warren R. Bank 
57 Hailes Hill Road 
Swansea,MA 02777 

Jillian M. Banville 

341 Gibbs St 

Fall River, MA 02720 

Ana T. Baptista 

48 Buttler St. 

New Bedford, MA 02744 

Sandra C. Barbosa 
597 Tower Street 
Fall River, MA 02721 

Matthew P. Barcellos 
24 Cottage St. 
Fairhaven, MA 02719 

Franch Barjon 

28 Montee Bon Accuell 

38200 Vienne 

Melanie C. Barletta 
3 Ward Road 
Nahant, MA 01908 

Michelle M. Barnes 
104 Lewis Avenue 
Walpole, MA 02081 

Cheryl Barrett 

2 Bittersweet Lane 

So. Dartmouth, MA 02748 



Christopher R. Bell 
3 South Point Drive 
Sandwich, MA 02563 

Jessica A. Bell 
17 Elm St. 
Webster.MA 01570 

Lisa G. Belong 
506 Ocean Meadows 
Fairhaven, MA 02719 

Tove E. Bendiksen 

176 Rockland Street 

South Dartmouth, MA 02748 

Jamie M. Berger 

498 Cottage St. 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

Kelly A. Berger 
11 Alderberry Rd. 
Buzzards Bay, MA 02532 

Katherine L. Bergman 
720 Whittemore St. 
Leicester, MA 01524 

Jennifer L. Bernard 
14 Vermette Ct. 
Ipswich, MA 01938 

Kathryn Bernardo 
Po Box 493 
Assonet, MA 02702 



Conrad Bernier 
84 Robinson Road 
Rochester, MA 02770 

Michael E. Bernstein 

P.O. Box 79281 

North Dartmouth,MA 02747 

Kenneth M. Berryman Jr 

77 Kyle Court 

Fall River.MA 02720 

Paul Berube 

750 Davol Street, Unit 920 

Fall River, MA 02720 

Traci Berube-Almeida 
25 North Eastern Avenue 
Fall River, MA 02723 

Heidi D. Bessette 

269 Center St. 

Fall River, MA 02724 

Catherine A. Bettencourt 
PO Box 502 
Forestdale, MA 02644 

Jamie Bettencourt 

67 Highland Street 
Stoughton, MA 02072 

Joyce A. Bettencourt 

95 Willis Street 

South Dartmouth, MA 02748 

Thomas Bierweiler 
Schweidnitzer Str. 8 c 
Germany 

Daniel M. Bigelow 

114 Barlow St. 

Fall River, MA 02723 

Meredith G. Birch 
39 Rounds Street #3 
New Bedford, MA 02740 

Stephan Birkmann 
Sonnenstr 1 
Germany 

Mary Ellen Blombach 
8 John Robinson Rd. 
Hudson, MA 01749 

David J. Bluestein 
12 Partridge Hill 
Sharon, MA 02067 

Faye C. Boardman 
38 Hopedale St. 
Mendon, MA 01756 

David S. Bogus 

68 Caroline Ave. 
Somerset, MA 02725 

Eric M. Borden 
316 Gile St. 
Haverhill, MA 01830 

Eric A. Borges 

70 Westview Street 

New Bedford.MA 02740 

Holly J. Borges 
PO Box 3392 
Westport, MA 02790 

Michelle Botelho 
12 Part St. 
Rehoboth, MA 02769 

Thomas M. Botelho 
49 Glenhaven Avenue 
Fairhaven, MA 02719 



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Jonathan VV. Botts 

85 Hickory Rd. 

N. Attleboro, MA 02761 

Lori A. Bouchard 
1819 Pleasant Street 
Fall River, MA 02723 

Sharon Boulanger 
175C Bryant Lane 
New Bedford, MA 02740 

Paul E. Bourdeau 
10 Tremont Avenue 
Taunton. MA 02780 

Joanne Boyne 
Fleetwood Path 
Marstone Mill, MA 02648 

Andrea L. Bradley 

180 Church Street Apt. 139 

Raynham, MA 02767 

Jennifer M. Braga 
109 North Street 
Grafton, MA 01519 

Scott M. Bramwell 

155 Pitman St. 

New Bedford, MA 02746 

Tina N. Bramwell 
61 Howland Street 
Marlboro, MA 01752 

Paula C. Branco 
344 Snell St. Two 
Fall River, MA 02721 

Michael D. Brandhagen 
2325 Woodbine Lane 
Sioux Falls, SD 57103 

Steven Brandt 
133 Temple St. 
Newton, MA 02165 

Emma Brennan 
P.O. Box 255 
Mashpee, MA 02649 

Marcie B. Bricault 
27 Dana Dr. 
Seekonk, MA 02771 

Ivone L. Brito 

144 Campbell Street 

New Bedford,MA 02740 

Kimberly A. Brodeur 
627 Oak Grove Ave 
Fall River,MA 02720 

Lisa Brogan 

19 Zenas Cowen Lane 

South Dartmputh, MA 02748 

Sarah M. Brophy 
25 Boise Rd. 
Marlboro, MA 01752 

Keith A. Brough 
8 Sherwood Rd. 
Attleboro, MA 02703 

Anna D. Brousaides 
39 Border St. 
Dedham, MA 02026 

Dana Brown 

41 Angelica Avenue 

New Bedford, MA 02745 

Kara Brown 

18 Manchester Lane 

Acushnet, MA 02743 



Laureen Brown 

349 Earle Street 

New Bedford, MA 02744 

Rebecca M. Brown 
167 Redberrv Lane 
Marstons Mills, MA 02648 

Christie Brum 
311 Lowell St. 
New Bedford, MA 02745 

Nelson M. Brum 

19 Swanson Drive 

S. Dartmouth, MA 02748 

Dawn M. Bruneau 
1849 Bay Street 
Fall River, MA 02724 

Kathleen Brunelle 
23 Cottage Street 
Fairhaven, MA 02719 

Autumn C. Bryant 
P.O. Box 1645 
Westport, MA 02790 

Roxanne M. Buccos 
308 New Boston Rd. 
Fairhaven, MA 02719 

David K. Buck 

38 Rounds Street 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

Wendi A. Buckley 
95 Whiting Ave. 
Whitman, MA 02382 

Rama Rao Buddhineni 
37 Royal Crest Drive 
Marlboro, MA 01752 

Alexandre Buer 
37 Rue De Charcat 
Sainte-Etienne, France 

Lisa Bulcao 

15 Forest St. 
Taunton, MA 02780 

Dana Bullard 
P.O. Box P32 
South Darmouth, MA 02748 

Gregory A. Bunavicz 
1381 East St. PO Box 140 
E. Mansfield, MA 02031 

Tisha Burbank 
12 Grove Street 
Attleboro, MA 02703 

Bryan J. Burdzel 
155 Lumber Street 
Hopkinton, MA 01748 

Sarah K. Burgess 

16 Harvard Way 
Newbury, MA 01951 

Kevin P. Burlingame 
273 Stafford St. 
Charlton, MA 01507 

Geoffrey M. Burr 
2074 Bronson Rd. 
Fairfield, CT 06430 

Britt D. Burton 
PO Box 3403 
Waquoit, MA 02536 

Caroline A. Burton 
116 Pinehurst Avenue 
Swansea, MA 02777 



Margaret Bushy 
17 Needles Lane 
North Falmouth, MA 02556 

Thomas L. Bushy 

17 Needles Lane 

North Falmouth, MA02556 

Christopher Byrne 
2a Robinwood Road 
Buzzards Bay, MA 02532 



Alberto M. Cabeza 

20 Bridge Street 1st. Floor 

Fairhaven, MA 02719 

Andrea F. Cabral 

34 Bonney St. 

New Bedford ,MA 02740 

Kevin T. Cabral 
1 K.c. Drive 
Westport, MA 02790 

Linda A. Cabral 
339 Hyacinth Street 
Fall River, MA 02720 

Lisa Cabral 
1541 Main Road 
Westport, MA 02790 

Sandra Cabral 
194 Bolton St. 
New Bedford, MA 02740 

Stacey L. Cabral 

129 Stevens Street 
Fall River, MA 02721 

Megan A. Callahan 
95 Old Enfield Road 
Belchertown, MA 01007 

Keith M. Camara 

130 Buchanan Street 
New Bedford, MA 02746 

Paul M. Camara JR. 
1313 Crandall Road 
Tiverton, RI 02878 

Colleen A. Campbell 
25 Sagamore St 
Porstmouth, RI 02871 

Donald E. Campbell 
253 Beeden Road 
Westport, MA 02790 

Luis A. Campos 

1976 North Main Street 

Fall River, MA 02720 

Kerry A. Carbone 
20 Pope St. 
Carver, MA 02330 

Brian G. Cardoza 

P.O. Box 201 

E Wareham, MA 02538 

Christin K. Cardoza 
750 Pine Hill Drive 
New Bedford, MA 02745 

Daniel R. Cardoza 

P.O. Box 40564 

New Bedford, MA 02744 

Robert A. Carney 
P.O. Box 196 
Leicester, MA 01524 



Gary J. Carreiro 
22 Primrose Lane 
Westport, MA 02790 

Paul J. Carreiro 
61 Seventeenth SI. 
Fall River, MA 02723 

Robin A. Carrington 

50 Cliff Place 

Fall River, MA 02724 

Catherine E. Carroll 
1253 Horseneck Rd 
Westport, MA 02790 

Carla Carvalho 

73 Hamlet St. 

Fall River, MA 02724 

Hilda Carvalho 
292 Bradford Ave. 
Fall River, MA 02721 

Jeffrey Carvalho 
1976 No. Main St. #lw 
Fall River, MA 02720 

Haylie T. Cass 
7 Green St. 
Fairhaven, MA 02719 

Joseph W Cassidy 
45 Deer Run Rd. 
Wrentham, MA 02093 

Joao C. Castro 

19 Carlisa Dr. 

Fall River, MA 02723 

Michelle Castro 

27 Dewey Rd. 
Swansea, MA 02777 

Derek J. Catabia 
539 Ludlow Street 
Fall River, MA 02721 

Scott A. Chalmers 

104 Warren Ave. 
Chelmsford, MA 01824 

Robert S. Chandler 
103 Holyoke St. 
Lynn, MA 01905 

Li-Wai Chang 
#1007 Jan-Aei Tsun 
Tainan, Hsien, R China 

Noel J. Charbonneau 

105 Sterling Rd. 
Hyannis, MA 02601 

Robert P. Charest 

595 Reed Rd. 

North Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Barry D. Chase 

44 Cornell St. 

New Bedford, MA02740 

Jared Chase 
107 Hall St. 
Raynham, MA 02767 

Laura J. Chase 

28 Pratt Avenue 
Westport, MA 02790 

Dina F. Chaves 
188 Hemlock Street 
New Bedford, MA 02740 



Tzu-Hung Cheng 

297 County Street Apt. In 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

BetteS. Chew 

34 Bayview Ave. 
Berkley, MA 02779 

Joseph Chiasson 
100 Metcalf Road 

North Attleboro, MA 02760 

Chih-Hao Chien 

18 Old Westport Road 

North Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Thomas Child 
92 Gibbs Avenue 
Wareham, MA 02571 

Christopher J. Chilton 
6 Beaman Road 
Sterling, MA 01564 

Shu-Ming Chiu 

No. 5, Ally 2, Lane 47 

Taipei, Taiwa, R O China 

Gerald Choi 

136 School Street 

Quincy, MA 02169 

Kraig G. Choquette 
122 Nyes Lane 
Acushnet, MA 02743 

Chih-Hung Chung 
50NewPlainvilleRoad#G41 
New Bedford, MA 02745 

Gregory P. Clark 

35 Kensington Dr. 
Chelmsford, MA 01824 

John Clark 

543 Elm St. 

South Dartmouth, MA 02748 

Jason D. Clarke 

4 St. Paul Street Apt. #1 
Blackstone, MA 01504 

Tighe Clements 

5 Judson Road 
Weymouth, MA 02188 

Vernell Clouden 
2114 Phillips Road 
New Bedford, MA 02745 

Lisa A. Coady 

10 K Rolling Green Drive 

Fall River,MA02720 

Michelle J. Coelho 

20 Church Street Apt. #2 

Braintree, MA 02184 

Garrett M. Coleman 
3 Hilary Drive 
Bayville, NY 11709 

Joan Coletti 

470 North Main St. 

Raynham, MA 02767 

Amy B. Collins 
27 Twilight Dr. 
Foxboro, MA 02035 

Carline A. Collins 
Eight Westhill Avenue 
Somerset, MA 02726 



Rongxin Chen Marian Coleman 

8721 Red Cloud Court, Apt. #971 33 Cartway Lane 
Cincinnati, OH 45249 W. Falmouth, MA 02574 



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Daniel Comeau 
P.O. Box 16 
Manomet, MA 02345 

Michelle P. Comeau 
22 Lakemans Lane 
Ipswich, MA 01938 

Mary D. Comstock 
136 5th St. Apt. 1 
Fall River, MA 02721 

Jennifer A. Conkerton 
204 High Street 
Taunton, MA 02780 

Man' E. Conley 
21 Howes Road 
Brewster, MA 02631 

Kristen Connollv 
182 Robin Hill Road 
Chelmsford. MA 01824 

William J. Connolly 

P. O. Box 79024 

North Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Lucretia Connor 
324 Cottage Street 
New Bedford, MA 02740 

Shawn P. Connors 
39 Hillside Ave. 
Braintree. MA 02184 

Joyce M. Contois 

16 Homestead Avenue 

Rehoboth, MA 02769 

Cynthia Cordeiro 
1879 Smith Street 
Dighton, MA 02715 

Jennifer Cormier 
60 Plymouth St 
Methuen, MA 01844 

Jennifer Cornwell 
25 Indian Nech Rd. 
Wareham, MA 02571 

Debbie Correia 
166 Cvpress Street 
Fall River, MA 02720 

Laura M. Correia 
854 Phillips Road 
New Bedford, MA 02745 

Marcia Correia 
19 Jackson Street 
Attleboro, MA 02703 

Esra Coskuntuna 

Aci bodem Cad G-l Sok No. 8/7 

Istanbul 8102, Turkey 

Eric J. Costa 

50 Colonial Way 

N. Dartmouth, MA 02747 

George Costa 
355 Field Street 
Fall River, MA 02721 

Isabel M. Costa 
71 Martin St. 
Rehoboth, MA 02769 

Natasha Costa 
156 Stafford Road 
Fall River, MA 02721 

Trisha R. Costa 

600 Rock-O-Dundee Rd. 

S. Dartmouth, MA 02748 



Michelle A. Cote 

22 B Street 
Dracut, MA 01826 

Peter R. Cote 

23 Lakeshore Avenue 
North Westport, MA 02790 

Danny S. Crandall 
35 East Street 
Franklin, MA 02038 

Evelyn A. Crandall 
1702 D Drift Road 
Westport, MA 02790 

Katherine C. Crawford 

195 Mill St. 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

Lauren A. Crest 
7 Sassamon Dr. 
Assonet, MA 02702 

Jason D. Crete 
P.O. Box Q 
Natick, MA 01790 

Sherri J. Crook 
845 Brock Avenue 
New Bedford, MA 02744 

Brian C. Crowley 
2 Marcus Rd. 
Wilmington, MA 01887 

Jody L. Crownover 
31 Ingell St. 
Taunton, MA 02780 

Beth A. Cummins 
28R Baltimore St. 
Lynn, MA 01902 

Alison Cunha 

46 E. Falmouth Hwy. 

E. Falmouth, MA 02536 

Sandra C. Cunha 
21 Arthur Ave. 
Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Sarah P. Curley 

P.O. Box 412 

S. Wellfleet, MA 02663 

Robert Curran 
63 Warren Street 
Fall River, MA 02721 

Brian D. Curreri 
44 Emilisa Lane 
Weymouth, MA 02188 

Cynthia E. Currie 
63 Park Street 
Norfolk, MA 02056 

Cindy L. Curtis 
7 Cheryl Ann Dr. 
Rutland, MA 01543 

Meagan E. Cusick 
150 Pierce St. 
Rochester, MA 02770 

Mark W. Czarnowski 
42 Heath St. 
Brockton, MA 02402 

David M. Czech 
152 Rocky Hill Road 
Rehoboth, MA 02769 



Jennifer DaCosta 
117 Bonney Street 
New Bedford, MA 02740 

Manuela DaCosta 
169 William Street 
Taunton, MA 02780 

Philip J. Daponte 
141 Fales Rd. 
Bristol, RI 02809 

Maribel DaSilva 
184 Wareham Road 
Marion, MA 02738 

Charlton Dade 

P.O. Box 642 

E. Freetown, MA 02717 

Jessica M. Daggett 

2 Chamberlain Road 
Chelmsford, MA 01824 

Kristen Dalton 

15 Greenfield Rd. 
Westport, MA 02790 

Jacquelyn M. Dancoe 

16 Delano Circle 
Marshfield, MA 02050 

Fern Daniels 

79 Hazelwood Rd. 

S. Dennis, MA 02660 

John E. Darga 

319 Union Street Apt. 3n 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

Alicea A. Darsch 

8 Oakridge Rd. 

E. Sandwich, MA 02537 

Delphine E. Davis 
56 Orchard View Road 
Portsmouth, RI 02871 

Melynda J. Davis 
5 Varnum Road 
Worcester, MA 01603 

Luis M. DeAlmeida 
86 Woodlawn Street 
New Bedford, MA 02744 

Lynda V. DeAlmeida 
447 Main Street 
Acushnet, MA 02743 

Pamela DeArruda 
462 Brook Street 
Dighton, MA 02715 

Deborah M. DeBarros 

794 Potomska Road 

S. Dartmouth, MA 02748 

Gina M. DeConti 
230 Power Street 
Providence, RI 02906 

Michael J. DeLory 
127 Ninigret Ave. 
Mashpee, MA 02649 

Jose DeMedeiros 
269 Central Avenue 
New Bedford, MA 02745 

Lory A. DeMelo 

3 Croft Place 

N Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Cecilia H. DeOliveira 
516 Maxfield Street 
New Bedford, MA 02740 



Rita DeOliveira 
270 Pitman Street 
Fall River, MA 02723 

Paul DePina 

47 Glendale Street 

Somerset, MA 02726 

Ricardo A. DeSousa 

50 Main Street 
Acushnet, MA 02743 

Eric Deandrea 

162 Cap'n Lijahs Rd. 

Centerville, MA 02632 

Marilyn DelValle 
27 Warren Avenue 
Middleboro, MA 02346 

Jill A. Delahanty 
3 Garfield Street 
Plainville, MA 02762 

Shawn D. Delgado 
762 Smithneck Road 
S Dartmouth, MA 02748 

Cheriann Demeo 
208 Beal Rd. 
Waltham, MA 02154 

Diane C. Dempsey 
8 Eldora Road 
Billerica, MA 01821 

Frank Deppe 
Hauptstrasse 5 
Roehrmoos, Germany 

Mark D. Desbiens 
31 Cheryl Lane 
Somerset, MA 02726 

Heidi E. Desmarais 
22 Greendale Avenue 
Pittfield, MA 01201 

Michael J. Desmarais 
21 Spooner St. Apt#3 
New Bedford, MA 02740 

Scott R. Devlin 

P. 0. B. 79236 

No. Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Michelle Dias 

51 Heritage Dr. 
Attleboro, MA 02703 

Shawn P. Diffley 
78 Walden Street 2n 
New Bedford, MA 02740 

James F. Dillon 

240 Highland Ave Apt. 3 

Fall River, MA 02720 

Jonathan E. Dinneen 
94 South Dr. 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 

Holger Dippel 

P.O. Box 79068 

North Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Margarida DoRego 
237 Orange Street 
Fall River, MA 02720 

Carl J. Dobbins 
86 Westwood Dr 
Whitman, MA 02382 

Garnet A. Doerrmann 
724 Wilbur Avenue 
Swansea, MA 02777 



Mary Dolan 

3 Vineyard Circle 

Forestdale, MA 02644 

Hua Dong 

22 Sharon Avenue 

No. Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Jeremy M. Donnelly 

95 Willis Street 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

Nora J. Donovan 

170 Garfield St 

New Bedford, MA 02746 

Corinne Dooley 
#4 Route 130 
Forestdale, MA 02644 



HuDou 

96 Linden Street 

North Dartmouth, 



MA 02740 



Joleen L. Doucette 

PO Box 8105 

Ward Hill, MA 01835 

Jamie M. Dowcett 
26 Willow St. 
Waltham, MA 02154 

Joseph R. Drazek 
125 Westminster Ave. 
Attleboro, MA 02703 

Jill Dressel 

10 Copley Dr. 
Assonet, MA 02702 

Michael T. Drought 

905 Mt Hope St. 

N. Attleboro, MA 02760 

Sheila M. Duarte-Andrade 
52 Washington St. 
New Bedford, MA 02740 

Renee M. Dube 
43 Munsey Avenue 
Swansea, MA 02777 

Danielle L. Duclos 

28 James Street 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

Marc K. Duffy 

129 Eugenia St. 

New Bedford, MA 02745 

Shawn Dugas 
124 High St. 
Rochester, MA 02770 

Bradford Duncan 
36 Rogers Street 
Fortsmouth, NH 03801 

Denise M. Dunfey 
73 Grove St 
Plainville, MA 02762 

Anna Dunham 

11 Blossom Lane 
Berkley, MA 02779 

Jennifer M. Dunn 
212MoncriefRd. 
Rockland, MA 02370 

Eric J. Duphily 

34 Flag Swamp Road 

N. Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Eric S. Duquette 
15 Lakeshore Dr. 
Attleboro, MA 02703 



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Eric Duquette 
15 Lakeshore Dr. 

Attleboro. MA 02703 

Susan R. Durfee 

529 State Rd. 

N. Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Amie M. Durgin 
43 Homesite Road 
Brockton. MA 02401 

Jessica Dyer 
237 Pond Street 
Braintree, MA 02184 

James R. Dvment 

20 Pine Lane 

North Easton. MA 02356 



Erin L. Eastwood 
235 Beeden Rd. 
Westport, MA 02790 

Sinan Ebussuutoglu 
2114 Phillips Road Apt. 22 
New Bedford, MA 02745 

Keith Edwards 
296 Tremont St. 
Fall River, MA 02720 

Deidre Elias 
12 Summer St. 
Nahant, MA 01908 

Colin E. Elliott 
36 Washington St. 
Fairhaven, MA 02719 

Peter T. Engel 
14 Euclid Ave. 
Mattaposett, MA 02739 

Robert A. Epstein 

115 Park Street 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

Gregory P. Eschuk 

197 Clare Ave. 

Hyde Park, MA 02136 

Jenna C. Eskedahl 
9 Munroe Dr. 
Plainville, MA 02762 

Jean Esperson-Golden 
12 Steppingstone Lane 
Sandwich, MA 02563 

Brian Espinola 

18 Lynn Ellen Drive 

Acushnet, MA 02743 

Andre Everette 
7 Pleasant Street 
Taunton, MA 02780 

Eliana R. Evora 
63 Snell Street 
Fall River, MA 02751 

Joanna Exindari 
18-20 Niovis 
10446 Greece 



Kimberly A. Fanning 

351 Joseph Dr. 

Fall River, MA 02720 



Jason Fern i no 

151 Fairbanks Road 

Dedham, MA 02026 

Deneen Fernandes 
653 Wareham St. 
Middleboro, MA 02346 

Julie Fernandes 

506 June Street Apt. #3 

Fall River, MA 02720 

Nancy S. Fernandes 

81 Center Street 

South Dartmouth, MA 02748 

William Fernandes 
62 Bayview Avenue 
Berkley, MA 02779 

Brett M. Ferrari 
104 Oak St. 
Duxbury, MA 02332 

Christina Ferreira 
3 Sandy Lane 
Assonet, MA 02702 

Constance Ferreira 

31 County Way 

So. Darmouth, MA 02748 

Jennifer L. Ferreira 
686 Rockdale Ave. 
New Bedford, MA 02740 

Linda Ferreira 
643 Lake Road 
Tiverton, RI 02878 

Nelson Ferreira 

279 Tinkham St. 

New Bedford, MA 02746 

Roberta A. Ferreira 
72 Duffy Drive 
Taunton, MA 27802 

Ruth A. Ferreira 

18 Stratford Drive 

No. Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Thomas Ferreira 
57 Watuppa Rd. 
Westport, MA 02790 

Sharice M. Ferris 
71 Wilder St. 
Brockton, MA 02401 

William R. Ferry Jr. 
78 Johnson Street 
Taunton, MA 02780 

Kenneth S. Ferus 
3 Watuppa Road 
Westport, MA 02790 

Dorinda Fidalgo-Ribeiro 
285 Main Street #440 
Fairhaven, MA 02719 

Sandy F. Figueiredo 
285 Country Hill Drive 
No. Dighton, MA 02764 

Joshua T. Filipek 

168 Reed Street 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

Bonnie A. Finkle 
130 Old Craigville Rd. 
Hyannis, MA 02601 

Joshua T. Fischer 
80 Round Lake Rd. 
Ridgefied, CT 06877 



Susan L. Fish 

13 Chandler Road 

E. Sandwich, MA 02537 

Stephanie E. Fisher 

14 Magnolia Rd. 
Melrose, MA 02176 

Michael Fitzgerald 
19 Marcie Avenue 
Everett, MA 02149 

Erin C. Flanagan 

15 Terrace Hill Dr. 
East Dennis, MA 02641 

Shawn Flavin 

37 Pine Acres Road 

Spencer, MA 01562 

Christopher W. Flynn 

15 Payson Lane 

N. Attleboro, MA 02760 

Mary E. Flynn 
90 Kilmer Ave. 
Taunton, MA 02780 

Alfred Foley 

18 Camardo Drive 

Wareham, MA 02571 

Richard F. Fonseca 
18 Logan St. 
Swansea, MA 02777 

Jeanne Fontinha 
12 Woodside Ave. 
Fairhaven, MA 02719 

Tracey M. Forgue 
173 Townsend St. 
New Bedford, MA 02746 

Keith A. Forsblom 
25 Wamsutta Avenue 
Acushnet, MA 02743 

Janet S. Fortes 
P.O. Box 331 
Brockton, MA 02303 

Sara L. Fortin 
P.O. Box 66 
Hadley, MA 01035 

Kristen L. Fournier 
111 Ridgewood Road 
Milton, MA 02186 

Eric P. Francis 

25 Holbrook Avenue 

Stoughton, MA 02072 

Julia L. Frazier 
Eight Angus Street 
Quincy, MA 02171 

Brian W. Frederick 
29 Cherry Hill Dr. 
Seekonk, MA 02771 

Jennifer M. Fredrickson 

159 Irving St. 

Fall River, MA 02723 

Donna E. French 

17 Yellow Pine Road Apt. 1 

Buzzards Bay, MA 02532 

Alexander D. Friedin 
39 New Mill Road 
Smithtown, NY 11787 

Nathan J. Frizzell 
111 Colebrook Road 
Little Compton, RI 02837 



Richard M. Froio 
39 Arch St. 
Maiden, MA 02148 

Litao Fu 

Dept. of Chemistry 

Beijing, PR China 

William S. Furness 
54 Pine Street 
Taunton, MA 02780 



Matthew J. Gill 
99 Thompson Rd. 
Weymouth, MA 02191 

Christina Gillespie 

59 Linden St. Unit #208 

Tauntom, MA 02780 

Edward Gillis 
132 Spruce St. 
Abington, MA 023521 



Cheryl Furtado Jennifer Gillis 

PO Box 514 420 Forest Street 20 Tenley Avenue 
1 Dighton, MA 02764 North Dartmouth, MA 02747 



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Kerri-Jean Furtado 

53 Homer St. 

No. Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Lisa M. Furtado 
223 Crawford Street 
Fall River, MA 02724 

Erika M. Furze 
6 Rounsevell Dr. 
E.Freetown, MA 02717 



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Anrnaud Gabauden 
127 Chemin de Vercors 
France 

Mary Gabra 

130 James Street #2 

Attleboro, MA 02703 

David Cabriel 

1393 New Boston Road 

Fall River, MA 02720 

Andre S. Gabryjelski 
52 Calumet Rd. 
Methuen, MA 01844 

Sharon P. Gagne 
45 Hood Street #302 
Fall River, MA 02721 

Wendy L. Gamson 

215 Russell Brogan Blvd 

Fall River, MA 02723 



Kevin Giuliano 
4 Faxon Street 
Foxborough, MA 02035 

Judith A. Giusti 

74 Connecticut Ave. 

No. Dartmouth, MA 27471 

Corine L. Givens 
322 Brownell Street 
Fall River, MA 02720 

Jane S. Goff 

36 Fieldcrest Drive 

E. Brigewater, MA 02333 

Nichole Gomes 

63 Lemos Street 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

Tanya Lynn Gomes 

643 County St. 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

Walter J. Gomes III 
10 Wampanog Lane 
Tiverton, RI 02878 

Gregory C. Gomez 

12 Chemin De Robinson 

26000 Valence 

Natalia M. Goncalves 

72 Earle Street 

New Bedford, MA 02746 

Guillermo Gonzalez 
P.O. Box 499 
Fairhaven, MA 02719 



Shan Gao Sister Mary Gorelczenko 

Xi Cheng Districti, Room 304 907 Mardian Street 
Beijing 100 Q, PR China Fall River, MA 02720 



Sally Ann Gaouette 

13 Palmer Ct. 

East Freetown, MA 02717 

Kristin B. Garrett 

193 Adams St. 

Fall River, MA 02720 

Gerald T. Garvey 
12 Howard Rd. 
Chelmsford, MA 01824 

Caroline C. Gass 
1156 Brayton Avenue 
Somerset, MA 02726 

Joyce Ellen Gibson 

4 Shirley Street 

New Bedford, MA 02746 

Craig M. Gifford 
1467 Main Rd. 
Westport, MA 02790 

Richard J. Gilcoine 
43 Victoria Lane 
Pembroke, MA 02359 



Michelle E. Gorman 
6 Crooked Lane 
Lakeville, MA 02347 

Kimberly A. Gould 

4 Augusta Way 

North Chelmsfor, MA 01863 

James J. Grady 
31 Tenth Ave 
Warwick, RI 02886 

Nora Grady 

11 Colonial Road 

East Douglas, MA 01516 

Mary Graham 
49 Orchid Apt. 7 
New Beford, MA 02740 

Mary-Kate H Graham 
328 Adams St. 
Abington, MA 02351 



Marion C. Grant 

319 Belmont Street 3rd. 

Fall River, MA 02720 



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Ricky Grasso 
2 Atwood Avenue 
Norwood, MA 02062 

Jennifer L. Graul 
212 High Street 
Wareham, MA 02571 

Lynn M. Gravina 

88 Hancock Street 

North Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Kenneth R. Gray 

4 Brook Lane 

Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 

Toby M. Gray 
28 Elizabeth Dr. 
Raynham, MA 02767 

Amanda Gregg 
11 Lucy Street 
Dartmouth, MA 02748 

Lori A. Grillo 
10 Frederick Dr. 
Woburn, MA 01801 

Michael J. Grimley 

90 Jenney Street 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

Timothy J. Guertin 
275 Stillwater Road 
Smithfield, RI 02917 

Jennifer L. Guilbert 
1157WestgateSt. 
New Bedford, MA 02745 

John P. Guilfoy 

45 Middle St. 

South Dartmouth, MA 02748 

Shaun E. Guillotte 
340 New Boston Road 
Fairhaven, MA 02719 

Kasha Gula 
240 Plain St. 
Mansfield, MA 02048 

Matthew J. Gustavsen 
26 Jefferson St. 
Braintree, MA 02184 



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Marcia L. Hahn 
252 Wilbur Street 
New Bedford, MA 02740 

Geoffrey G. Hajian 

86 Debora Rd. 

No Attleboro, MA 02760 

Emily A. Hale 

71 Sandwich Road 
Plymouth, MA 02360 

Tracy L. Hall 
598 Snipatuit Rd. 
Rochester, MA 02770 

John P. Hallee 
227 South Street 
Walpole, MA 02081 

Danielle L. Hallinan 

72 Paxton Rd. 
Spencer, MA 01562 

Allison L. Hammond 
21 R Stanwood Avenue 
Gloucester, MA 01930 



William J. Hannigan 
24 Grace Meadows Dr 
E. Taunton, MA 02718 

Timothy S. Hanscom 
Seven Old Ridge Road 
Canton, MA 02021 

Graig Hardy 

12 Englewood Ave. 

Everett, MA 02149 

Lauren P. Harman 
10 Chamberlain Rd. 
Westford, MA 01886 

Michael R. Harpham 
104 North Main St. 
Assonet, MA 02702 

Heath Z. Harriman 
231 Converse Rd. 
Marion, MA 02738 

Suzanne Harrington 
20 J.F. Kennedy Drive 
Norton, MA 02766 

Bradley J. Harris 
23 Charlesdale Rd 
Medfield, MA 02052 

Emmett E. Harris 

1005 Route 134 

South Dennis, MA 02660 

Joseph D. Harris 

63 Connecticut Avenue 

N. Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Jessica M. Hart 
31 Hilltop Ave. 
Jefferson, MA 01522 

Stephanie L. Hartman 
39 Observatory Waye 
Marshfield, MA 02050 

Cheryl L. Hathaway 

1033 Meadow St. 

New Bedford, MA 02745 

Jessica P. Hauser 

Box 281 

Woods Hole, MA 02543 

Sandra K. Haworth 
7 Sandy Point 
Lakeville, MA 02347 

Susan J Hayes 

10 High Street 

N Billerica, MA 01862 

Lisa J. Haynes 
3 LAngton Hill 
Bermuda 

Ryan Hazel 

17 Mathurin Road 

Plainville, AM 02762 

Sean P. Healey 
108 Somerset Drive 
Mystic, CT 06355 

Claus Hegner 
Ziegelstrasse 46 
Germany 

Desiree Hendricks 
169 Main Street 
Mashpee, MA 02649 

Patrick M. Hennessy 
82 1/2 Essex St. 
Beverly, MA 01915 



Allison A. Hewey 

345 Buckland Hills Drive 

Manchester, CT 06040 

Todd Hibbert 

21 Gault Road 

W. Wareham, MA 02576 

Kathleen Hickey 
52 Colchester St. 
Hyde Park, MA 02136 

Jacqueline Hicks 
1073 Newtown Road 
Cotuit, MA 02635 

Charlene N. Hills 
633 Sutton St. 
Northbridge, MA 01534 

Gretchen R. Hodges 
14 Academy Avenue 
Fairhaven, MA 02719 

Karyn M. Hodgkins 

45 Bryant St. 

N. Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Emily H. Hodgson 
138 Main Street #13 
Fairhaven, MA 02719 

Jacob W. Holcomb 
14 Edgewood Drive 
Edgartown, MA 02539 

Sarah Holloway 
299 Sheldon Rd. 
Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Janice M. Hopper 
35 Martin Terrace 
Dracut, MA 01826 

Richard Ii Hopps 

415 Gulf Road West 

So. Dartmouth, MA 02748 

Yue Jun Hou 

9 Spyglass Lane Apt. 2 

South Dartmouth, MA 02748 

Melissa A. House 

17 Lakeside Avenue 

N. Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Dawn D. Hoyt 

31 Mooring Lane 

So. Yarmouth, MA 02664 

Ghun-Hsien Hsiao 

50 New Plainville Road 
New Bedfor, MA 02745 

Hui Huang 

51 Darling Way 
Stoughton, MA 02072 

Erik S. Huchel 
219 Brightman St. 
Fall River, MA 02720 

Kim A. Hudon 

969 Norwood St 

New Bedford, MA 02745 

Jennifer J. Hurley 
21 Beeden Road 
Westport, MA 02790 

Jason S. Hurvitz 

5500 North Main Street 

Fall River, MA 02720 

Heidi Hutchins 

105 Washington Street 

No. Easton, MA 02356 



Thomas E. Hutchinson 
1081 President Ave. 
Fall River, MA 02720 



Janice L. Iacono 
94 Mountview Road 
Narragansett, RI 02882 

Uchenna C. Ikonne 
26 Newhall Street 
Lynn, MA 01902 

Risa E. Indeck 

22A Indian Meadow Drive 

Taunton, MA 02780 

Shannon Irish 

POB 374 - 30 Terry Lane 

Wareham, MA 02571 

William H. Isherwood 
124 Pleasant Street 
Fairhaven, MA 02719 

Akiji Ishii 

6832-35 Kurehamachi 

Toyuma, Japan 930-01 



Kristina F. Johnson 
15 Martin St. 
Whitman, MA 02382 

Mandy Johnson 
55d Elm Street 
Millbury, MA 1527 

Nancy C. Johnston 
1 Briggs Street 
Norton, MA 02766 

Channa I. Jones 
87 Cedar Street 
Walpole, MA 02081 

William E. Joyce 
9 Sunset Boulevard 
East Wareham, MA 02538 



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Judith Jabotte 

77 Slocum Street 2W 

Achusnet, MA 02743 

Thomas J. Jalowick 

4 Golf St. 

N. Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Tina Jameson 

P.O. Box 713 

Friday Harbor, WA 98250 

Andrew M. Janczunski 
14 Renwick Dr. 
Norton, MA 02766 

Mathew E. Janus 
219 Sycamore St. 
Holbrook, MA 02343 



Vijay Vinayakam Kannan 
30OakApts#109 
Brockton, MA 02301 

Jeremiah A. Katz 
68 Jerusalem Road 
Fairhaven, MA 02719 

Joshua I. Katz 
P.O. Box 79033 
Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Kristin Kearney 
905 County St. 
Seekonk, MA 02771 

Devon B. Keeney 
349 Alberta Ave. 
Somerset, MA 02726 

Stack Kehoe 
78 Sylvan Drive 
Hyannisport, MA 02647 

David J. Kemble 
85 Pettey Lane 
Westport, MA 02790 

Kellie J. Kennedy 
50 Trenton Street 
Melrose, MA 02176 



Sung E. Je Susan Kennedy 

280 Acushnet Avenue 5th Floor71 Still River Rd. 
New Bedford, MA 02740 Bolton, MA 01740 



Jeffrey S. Jenkins 
36 Delano Rd. 
Marion, MA 02738 

Christine Jennette 
92 Wilson Ave. 
Weymouth, MA 02188 

Holly L. Jensen 
P. O. Box 468 
Swansea, MA 02777 

Marcelle M. Jerome 
15 Harvard Street 
Fairhaven, MA 02719 

Heeung Jo 

2470 Montrose Ave #5 

Montrose, CA 91020 

Amy J. Johnson 
346 Elm St. 
Marshfield, MA 02050 

Jeffrey Johnson 

28 Pauline Street 

New Bedford, MA 02740 



Teresa Ketterman 
5739 Kelly Street 
Cape Cod, MA 02542 

Ayub A. Khan 

571 State Road Apt. #164 

North Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Monique Kilby 
273 Archer Street 
Fall River, MA 02720 

Yoonnam Kim 

142 Paddock Drive East 

Savoy, IL 61874 

Michelle B. Kimball 
PO Box 1629 
Wolfeboro, NH 03894 

Dana S. Kindstedt 
8 Rosemary Lane 
Greenville, RI 02828 

Erin M. Kirrane 
7 Phyllis Rd. 
Foxborough, MA 02035 



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Jane Kitchen 
214 Borland Ave. 
Somerset, MA 02726 

Justin D. Klaassen 
1 Heather Hill Rd. 
Sandwich. MA 02563 

Michael A. Knodler 
24 Main Road 
Montgomery. MA 01085 

Christine Koczera 
PO Box 30153 
Acushnet. MA 02743 

Steven H. Koczera 
4 Robinson Rd. 
Rochester, MA 02770 

E. Brian Kofton 
33 Minuteman Way 
Shrewsbury, MA 01545 



Jackie Fan-Yum Kong Andrew LaFrance-Bedard 

4F, No.2, LAne 48. Yen-Ji Street 5 R Matteson Lane 
Taipei. Tawia 105 Taunton, MA 27801 



Takako Kura 

P.O. Box 79064 

North Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Nermin Kurt 
Glensstr. 40 
Germany 

Ayumi Kusano 

2-25-16 Aluwanishi Seya 

Japan 246 

Sean M. Kuusisaari 
10 Bellville Lane 
Millbury. MA 01527 

Heather Kyle 

3 Campbell Street 

Middleboro, MA 02346 



Dennis W. Koob 
50 Ludlow Rd. 
Belchertown, MA 01007 

Beth R. Kosakowski 
38 East 42 St. 
Bayonne, NJ 07002 

Elizabeth L. Koslowski 

1 Meadow Lane 
Dudley, MA 01571 

Melanie Kostaras 
20 Mvstic Lane 
Mansfield, MA 02048 

Eric W. Kostecki 
6 Homestead Dr. 
Canton, MA 02021 

Catherine T. Kostek 

2 Leblanc Dr. 

S. Hadley, MA 01075 

Milcho N. Kostov 
412 Royal Crest Drive 
Nashua, NH 03060 

Sokatis Koumas 

19 Neapoleos Str., Maroussi 

Athens 151 2, Greece 

Surendra M. Krishnan 
52 Tremont Street 2nd, Fl. 
New Bedford, MA 02740 

Jay W. Kruger 

394 Bedford St. 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

John V. Krupa Jr. 
2338 S. Main St. 
Fall River, MA 02724 

Debra Kruse 
145 Payton Street 
Providence, RI 02905 

Scot M. Kudron 
86 Lovett Rd. 
Oxford, MA 01540 

Paul F Kudryk 

3 Elm St. Apt. #7 
Foxboro, MA 02035 

Chenhuan Kuo 

3F, 30-2, Ln. 100, Sec. 1 

Taipei, Taiwa, R China 



Angela LaStaiti 

6 Pleasent St. 

South Dartmouth, MA 02748 

Elizabeth G. Laviska 
15 Ferry Lots Lane 
Salisbury, MA 01952 

John C. Lavoie 
21 Golding Street 
Sherborn, MA 01770 

David Labreche 
140 Butternut Road 
Somerset, MA 02726 

Danielle Labrecque 
34 Hale Street 
Beverly, MA 01915 

Melissa Ladeira 
76 Chipway Rd. 
Freetown, MA 02717 

Cynthia Lagerval 

I Peloquin Lane 

East Bridgewater, MA 02333 

Jennie D. Lajoie 
217 Loudville Rd. 
Easthampton, MA 01027 

Joan Lamarre 
261 Barnes Street 
Fall River, MA 02723 

Jeffrey K. Lambert 
3 Bruce St. 
Tewksbury, MA 01876 

Eve E. Lambros 
865 Hildreth St. 
Dracut, MA 01826 

William H. Langfield 
67 Harrington Lane 
Somerset, MA 02726 

David R. Langlais 

II Cottage Street 

South Dartmouth, MA 02748 

Madeline J. Bourne Langley 
191 Sea Street 
Quincy, MA 02169 

Julie N. Lansing 
138 Summer St. 
Kingston, MA 02364 



Shonna L. Lappin 
66 Mt. Prospect Street 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 

Amy E. Laptew 
Norwich Lake 
Huntington, MA 01050 

Dawn J. Lavendier 
11 Lincoln St. 2W 
New Bedford, MA 02740 

Barbara Irene Lawrence 
610 New Bedford Rd. 
Rochester, MA 02770 

Kurt A. Lawson 
26 Evans Street 
Osterville, MA 02655 

Laurie A. LeBeau 
1196 County Street 
Somerset, MA 02726 

Rebecca A. LeBeau 
168 Shawmut Ave. 
New Bedford, MA 02740 

Anne-Marie N. LeBlanc 
38 Alpine Ave. Apt#l 
Fairhaven, MA 02719 

Charlene M. LeBlanc 
14 Augustus Road 
Waltham, MA 02154 

Susanne Leandro 
361 Highland Avenue 
North Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Kristen D. Leary 
3 Lydon Lane 
Kingston, MA 02364 

Maria-Elena Ledesma 
42 Church Street Apt. 4 
Noank, CT 06340 

Chun-I Lee 

18 Old Westport Rd. 

North Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Dean Lee 

270 Babcock Street Apt. 4G 

Boston, MA 22151 

Dong Shing Lee 

18 Old Westport Rd 

No Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Szu Hui Lee 

2F, #3, Alley 6, Lane 23, Sec. 5 

Taipei, Taiwa, ROC 

Scott M. Leeman 
9 Millstone Way 
Centerville, MA 02632 

Matthew T. Lehman 
71 Clearwater Drive 
Duxbury, MA 02332 

Carl Leidhold 
7 Driscoll Lane 
Mattapoisett, MA 02739 

Heather M. Lemieux 
191 Winthrop St 
Taunton, MA 02780 

Ian R. Lemieux 
75 Jennifer Cir 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 

Lisa Lemieux 

194 Old Pine Hill Rd. 

Westport, MA 02790 



Marc-Alexender Lempart 
Frankenstr. 3 
Germany 

Amy K. Leonard 
141 Eastman Ave. 
Swampscott, MA 01907 

Robert S. Leonard 

101 Chestnut St. 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

Jennifer Lesniak 
258 Folsom Ave. 
Somerset, MA 02726 

Peter C. Levasseur 

47 Eleanor St. 

N. Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Kimberly A. Levesque 
88 Elm Rd. 
Glendale, RI 02826 



Ilene G. Levine 
22 Onyx Drive 
North Dartmouth, 



MA 02747 



Wei Liang 
3 Arbor Court 
Burlington, MA 01803 

Eva Lies 

Dreikonigstr.17 

Germany 



Chaur-Shiung 
44 Palmer Street 
South Dartmouth, 



MA 02748 



Dachun Lin 

18 Old Westport Rd. 

No Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Nelson L. Linhares 

32 Holly Drive 

No. Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Ronald Littlewood 
189 Adams Street 
New Bedford, MA 02746 

Hannah Lloyd 

55 High St. 

S. Dartmouth, MA 02748 

Kapin Loh 

27 Torregata Loop 

San Jose, CA 95134 

Scott W. Lohmann 
14 Ravine Road 
Amherst, MA 03031 

Maria-Esther Lois 
P.O. Box 1225 
Centerville, MA 02632 

Edward J. Loiselle 
PO Box 381 
Somerset, MA 02726 



Debra Lord 

39 Red Cedar Road 

Westport, MA 02791 

Elisa Lorello 

16 Hawkins Avenue 

Center Moriches, NY 11934 

Walter J. Louviere 
148 Barnes St. 2nd.fl. 
Fall River, MA 02723 

Christine M. Lowrie 
19 Pierce Ave. 
Lakeville, MA 02347 

Katherine Lukas 
121 Smith St. 
Cranston, RI 02905 

Shelly J. Lum 
1334 Dunnock Way 
Sunnyvale, CA 94087 

Blake Lutz 

72 Pinecrest Drive 

Woodclif Lake, NJ 07675 

Corinne M. Lynch 

170 West Union St. 

E. Bridgewater, MA 02333 



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James W. MacDonald 
90 Willow Tree Drive 
Attleboro, MA 02703 

Melissa A. MacDonald 
161 Beech Tree Drive 
Brewster, MA 02631 

Kelly M. MacEdo 

15 Circuit St. 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

Nancy Machado 

596 Center St. 

Fall River, MA 02724 

Meredith L. Macomber 
38 Wilbur St. 
Taunton, MA 02780 

Gilbert S. MacVaugh III 
110 Windswept Drive 
Fairhaven, MA 02719 

Jessica D. Madden 
182 Linden St. 
Waltham, MA 02154 

John A. Magnan 
22 Centre Street 
New Bedford, MA 02740 

Jason P. Magner 

15 Meadowview Road 

Wakefield, MA 01880 



Lakolya C. London Jessica B. Mahler 

3740 Conway Street Apt. 260 92 Sutton Street 
Dallas, TX 75224 Uxbridge, MA 01569 



Veronica Looney 

82 Nye Street 

New Bedford, MA 02746 

Anna O. Lopes 

89-A Oesting St. 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

Joseph P. Lopes 

75 Dudley Street 

New Bedford, MA 02744 



Colleen M. Mahoney 
75 Gregory St. 
Waltham, MA 02154 

Jeffrey S. Mahoney 
4 Hilltop Dr. 
Burlington, MA 01803 

Kevin C. Mahoney 
419 Olny Street 
Seekonk, MA 02771 



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James Maloney 
44 Willet St. 
Quincy, MA 02170 

Laura D. Mancini 
15 Newton St. 
Lawrence, MA 01843 

Nathaniel Manderson 
29 Stagehill Rd. 
Ipswich, MA 01938 

Iana Mandravel 
bd. Banumantanri 
Bucharest, Romania 

Jenni L. Manfredi 

79 South Alhambra Circle 

Agawam, MA 01001 

Prakash J. Manghwani 

571 State Road 

North Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Elise H. Mankes 
49 Orchard Street 
New Bedford, MA 02740 

Courtney L. Mann 
57 Main Street 
Fairhaven, MA 02719 

Keith S. Manning 
22 Harvey Road 
Attleboro, MA 02703 

Daniela Marascio 
3 Woodbine Ter. 
Maynard, MA 01754 

Leroy F. Marek JR. 

P.O. Box 612 

North Falmouth, MA 02556 

Christopher J. Marino 
56 New Mill Road 
Smithtown, NY 11787 

Melanie Marionneau 
91 Chemin Pre Achard 
Les Eymes 

Brain Marobella 
10 Willis Lake Dr. 
Sudbury, MA 01776 

Christy Marques 

174 Clifford St. 

New Bedford, MA 02745 

Olena V. Marques 
434 Rivet Street Apt. 1 
New Bedford, MA 02740 

Sonya M. Marques 

584 Hawes St. 

New Bedford, MA 02745 

Bryan D. Martin 
44 Washington St. 
Mendon, MA 01756 

Jennifer L. Martin 
1260 Robeson Street 
Fall River, MA 02720 

Kathleen Martin 
34 DeMarco St. 
Somerset, MA 02726 

Kimberly L. Martin 
1 02 Fordney St. 
Fall River, MA 02720 

Laura E. Martin 
163 Chase Rd. 

Dartmouth, MA 02747 



Michael J. Martin 

32 Rhode Island Ave. 
Somerset, MA 02726 

Pamela E. Martin 
PO Box 203 
Attleboro, MA 02703 

Paula M. Martin 
620 Cohannet Sy. #6 
Taunton, MA 02780 

Regina M. Martino 
141 Autran Ave. 
No.Andover, MA01845 

Lauren A. Mathews 
66 Girard Avenue 
Newport, RI 02840 

Ruth E. Matias 
252 Acushnet Ave. 
New Bedford, MA 02740 

Sandra M. Matias 

164 Rivet St. 

New Bedford, MA 02744 

Raquel A. Matos 

300 Massachusetts Ave. 

Somerset, MA 02726 

Elizabeth A. Matthews 
14 Pinnacle St. 
Worcester, MA 01602 

Jason D. Maxwell 

60 Wingdale Village Park 

Wingdale, NY 12594 

Erica J. May 

33 H Moores Rd. 
N.Adams, MA 01247 

Phyllis Mayer 

107 Brownell Avenue 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

Keith Maysles 
126 Duggan Street 
Stoughton, MA 02072 



John J McDonough 

13 Herrick Dr. 
Milton, MA 02186 

John McEachern 
28 Regis Road 
Falmouth, MA 02536 

Lisa A. McEnaney 
9 Grace St. 
N.Chelmsford, MA 01863 

Kiley McGarry 
137 Dean Rd. 
Stoughton, MA 02072 

Debra McGee 
524 Kirby St. 
New Bedford, MA 02740 

Cheri M. McGowen 
6 Liberty Road 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 

Sabrina J. Mcintosh 
110 Homestead Ave. 
Indian Orchar, MA 01151 

Christopher McKenna 
10011 Monticello Lane North 
Maple Grove, MN 55369 

Janis L. McKernan-Markoff 
28 Mozart Street 
Cranston, RI 02920 

April L. McKinnon 
96 Mt. Pleasant Street 
New Bedford, MA 02746 

Shawn K. McNutt 

14 Chestnut St 
Danvers, MA 01923 

Shannon M. McSally 

283 Newport Ave 

S Attleboro, MA 02703 

Kim Means 

3 Clinton Place 

New Bedford, MA 02740 



Kristin McAdam 
11 Carrollton Ave. 
North Dartmouth, 

Thomas J. McCabe 
30 Felton St. 
Woburn, MA 01801 



Ana C Medeiros 
16 Robert St. 
MA 02747 Westport, MA 02790 

Darlene M. Medeiros 
PO Box 205 
Westport, MA 02790 



Debra McCarthy 
296 Old Bedford Rd. 
Westport, MA 02790 

Jennifer L. McCarthy 
8 Sycamore Terrace 
Somerset, MA 02726 

Michael G. McCarthy 
4 Robin Road 
Norfolk, MA 02056 

Keri L. McConnaughey 
7 Maid Marion St. 
Oxford, MA 01540 

Daniel McCormack 

12 Deerfield Rd. 

East Dennis, MA 02641 

Marian McDermott 
124 Millens Lane 
Somerset, MA 02726 

Maura E McDonald 
75 Shattuck St. 
Greenfield, MA 01301 



Earl Medeiros 

293 Jancke St. Apt#2 

Fall River, MA 02723 

Jennifer L. Medeiros 

649 Walnut St. 

Fall River, MA 02720 

Patricia C. Medeiros 

103 Potter St. 

S. Dartmouth, MA 02748 

Olha Medwid 

3 Courtney Street Apt. 10 

Fall River, MA 02720 

Dawn M. Meehan 
7BrighamHill Road Apt. 4 
Grafton, MA 01519 

Jamie L. Meehan 

384 Sconticut Neck Road 

Fairhaven, MA 02719 

Richi Mehta 
259 Sea St. 
Hyannis, MA 02601 



Melissa E. Meinhold 
66 Washington Terrace 
Whitman, MA 02382 

David M. Mello 
486 Water St. 
Portsmouth, RI 02871 

William K Mello 
202 Wilson Road 
Fall River, MA 02720 

Arnaldo T. Melo 

592 Bradford Avenue #2 

Fall River, MA 02721 

Michael B. Melo 
1780 Rodman Street 
Fall River, MA 02721 

Nelson T. Melo 
592 Bradford Av #2 
Fall River, MA 02721 

Francisco C. Melon 

42 Brook St. 
Acton, MA 01720 

Christine G Mendes 

166 Morris St. 

New Bedford, MA 02745 

Heather Meserve 

222 Orange Street #1N 

Fall River, MA 02720 

Betty Diane Metheny 

572 Elm Street 

S. Dartmouth, MA 02748 

Chrystalia K. Metrakas 

9 Archelaus Hill 

West Newbury, MA 01985 

Keri A. Meuleman 
63 Auburn St. 
Medford, MA 02155 

Tara A. Michalewich 

43 Chabot St. 
Westport, MA 02790 

Charles Michaud 
23 Deerfield Street 
South Attleboro, MA 02703 

Konstantin Mikhailov 

246 Davis Street 

New Bedford, MA 02746 

Robert W. Millard 
240 Princeton Blvd. 
Lowell, MA 01851 

Alan L. Minkin 
75 Seapowet Ave. 
Tiverton, RI 02878 

Shanna A. Miranda 
18 Monroe St. 
Westport, MA 02790 

Patrick J. Modic 
30 Spruce Drive 
Pocasset, MA 02559 

Tom D. Moitoso 
100 Donna Terrace 
Taunton, MA 02780 

John Deamaral Moniz 
665 Oak Grove Ave. 
Fall River, MA 02720 

Nancy Moniz 
497 Briggs Rd. 
Westport, MA 02790 



Susan M. Moniz 
224 Hathaway Rd. 
Acushnet, MA 02743 

Brian D. Monroe 
42 Hersey Lane 
Abington, MA 02351 

Kera Lynn Monteiro 

1261 Church Street Apt. 27 

New Bedford, MA 02745 

Valdemar O. Monteiro 
34 No. Marion St. 
Fall River, MA 02723 

William G. Monterroso 
115 Maple St. 
Attleboro, MA 02703 

Matthew Montoya 

800 Pricard Avenue Extension 

Chapel Hill, NC 27516 

Sandra Moore 
299 Sewall St. 
Boylston, MA 01505 

Sarah Moran 

POB 3352-1145 Mian Road 

Westport, MA 02790 

Christine Moreira 
69 Weetamoe Street 
Fall River, MA 02721 

Tammy L. Morgan 
37 Pages Court 
Billerica, MA 01821 

Michelle M. Morris 

64 Cavour Circle 

W Boylston, MA 01583 

Amber E. Morrison 
9 Day Lane 
Webster, MA 01570 

Michael Morrissette 
60 Diniz Drive 
Tauton, MA 02780 

Jennifer C. Morse 
107 Heritage Lane 
Chatham, MA 02633 

Peter Mortimer 
138 Emerson Court 
Mahwah, MNJ 07430 

Vincent Mthimunya 

36 Stone Ledge Rd. 

South Darmouth, MA 02748 

Maryellen Muchowski 
25 Copley Ave. 
Waltham, MA 02154 

Diane Mulcahy 

410 Woodman Street 

Fall River, MA 02724 

Robert Mulhern 
36 Fisher Street 
Taunton, MA 02780 

Maureen L. Mullaley 
28 Willis Road 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 

Erin J. Mulligan 
3 Howe Cir. 
Randolph, MA 02368 

Jennifer S. Mullin 
52 Horseshoe Way 
Brewster, MA 02631 



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Eli A. Munkholm 
12 Gifford Ct. 
Salem, MA 01970 

Marie M Murphy 
65 East Wyoming Ave 
Melrose,MA02176 

Timothy Murphy 
665 Bedford Road 
Carlisle, MA 01741 

Gwendolyn A. Murray 
153 Regency Drive 
Marstons Mill, MA 02648 

Kenneth E. Murray 
459 Ferry Street 
Maiden, MA 02148 

Jarrod G. Musano 
12 Columbus Circle 
Eastchester, NY 10709 

Rahul R. Mutha 

571 State Road 

North Dartmouth. MA 02747 



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Brvan A. Nadeau 

405 Quincv St. 

Fall River, MA 02720 

Hiroko Nagasaku 
1105 Broadway 
Somerville, MA 02144 

Imad J. Nasrallah 
637 High S.t Apt. #1 
Fall River, MA 02720 

Kristy L. Natale 
20 Cherokee Ave. 
West Islip, NY 11795 

Nels T. Nelson 

1901 Pheasant Creek Lane 

Peabody, MA 01960 

Robyn Nelson 
13 George Rd. 
Maynard, MA 01754 

Doreen C. Newcomb 
96 Old Colony Ave. #334 
E. Taunton, MA 02718 

Julie A. Newell 

22 Quamhassett Road 

Buzzards Bay, MA 02532 

Brian P. Nguyen 
21MoseleyStreet#3 
Dorchester, MA 02125 

Co T. Nguyen 
732 Hillside Ave. 
Attleboro, MA 02703 

Vu H. Nguyen 

61 Crowley Roger Way Apt. 3089 

South Boston, MA 02127 

Carleatha Nichols 
7 Jenny Lind Way 
North Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Matthew Nicholson 
660 Nantasket Avenue 
Hull, MA 02045 

Scott C. Nighan 
454 Lunn's Way 
Plymouth, MA 0236u 



Michelle S Nogueira 
1094 East St. 
Ludlow, MA 01056 

Steve Nomes 
25 Regent St. 
Cambridge, MA 02140 

Keith A. Noonan 
7 Castle Ave. 
Medfield, MA 02052 

Louise Norko 

73 Richardson Avenue 

Norton, MA 02766 

Annette M. Normandin 
2079 Acushnet Avenue 
New Bedford, MA 02745 

Heather R. Noyes 
84 East St. 
Peppered, MA 01463 

Rebecca Nunes 

127 Sconticut Neck Road 

Fairhaven, MA 02719 



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Mary O'Brien 

36 Hornbine Road 

Swansea, MA 02777 

Timothy J. O'Brien 
171 Hodges St. 
Taunton, MA 02780 

Stephanie O'Connell 

323 Pond St. 

South Weymouth, MA 02190 

Emily G. O'Connor 
106 Carruth Rd. 
Templeton, MA 01468 

Matthew J. O'Connor 
P.O. Box 720 
Mattapoisett, MA 27390 

Erin E. O'Donnell 
1001 Bonniebrook Road 
Butler, PA 16002 

Heather K. O'Leary 
54 Wharf St. 
Nahant, MA 01908 

Michael O'Leary 
24 Ryan Rd. 
Wantage, NJ 07461 

Lee A. O'Neill 
116HaywardPl. 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 

Erin M. O'Sullivan 
63 Nevens Circle 
Rockland, MA 02370 

Tetsuro Oishi 

167 Clara Street 

New Bedford, MA 02744 

Yuko Okada 

C/O Bissinger Family 

Fall River, MA 02720 

Robert J. Olejniczak 

14 Old Cedar Lane 

South Yarmouth, MA 02664 

Jennifer M. Oliver 

15 Almada St. 
Westport, MA 02790 



Julie Olsen 

163 Bourne Road 

Plymouth, MA 02360 

Scott A. Olson 

16 Carrion St. Apt. 84 

San Juan, PR 00911 

Philippe H. Orlando 
2 Walker Street 
Rehoboth, MA 02769 

Howard Orloff 
158 Candy Lane 
Brockton, MA 02401 

Joyce M. Orlowski 
3673 North Main St. 
Fall River, MA 02720 

Jill M. Ortega 
35 Birchcroft Rd 
Canton, MA 02021 

Audrey Oster 

11 Demmont Street 

Fairhaven, MA 02719 

Mark J. Ostrowski 
26 Blood Rd. 
Townsend, MA 01469 

Artur Ottlik 
Tudorfer Weg 1 
Germany 

Matthew D. Ouellette 
57 Nesmith St. #2 
Lawrence, MA 01841 

Chinmay Oza 

571 State Road Apt. #164 

North Dartmouth, MA 02747 



Elton C. Pacheco 
27 Horseneck Road 
Westport, MA 02790 

Jill Pacheco 
2216 Lewis Street 
Dighton, MA 02715 

Leslie A. Pacheco 
200 Hathaway St. 
New Bedford, MA 02746 

Shawnte L. Pacheco 
251 Briggs Rd. 
Westport, MA 02790 

Sherri Pacheco 
1 Colonial Way 
North Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Trya Pacheco 

13 North Anthony Drive 

Acushnet, MA 02743 

Gregory J Paciulan 
76 Coolidge Rd. 
Lynn, MA 01902 

George T. Palmer 

146 Lorri Lane 

East Bridgewate, MA 02333 

Chih Hao Pan 

50 Plainville Rd. #F33 

New Bedford, MA 02745 

Rebecca C. Panek 
33 Jean St. 
Acushnet, MA 02743 



Kristin J. Panunzio 
21 Wedgemere Road 
Beverly, MA 01915 

Margarita Pappas 
592 Cottage Street 
New Bedford, MA 02740 

Jason J. Parent 
70McCallionSt. 
Swansea, MA 02777 

Stacy C. Parenteau 
543 Tremont Street 
Rehoboth, MA 02769 

Catherine E. Parisi 
26 Tadmuck Rd. 
Westford, MA 01886 

Sejin Park 

PONox 79031 

No. Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Tejal J. Patel 

8 Danforth Avenue 

Woburn, MA 01801 

Stephen J. Patton 
4 Old Main Street 
Carver, MA 02330 

Troy J. Paulino 

218 Shaw Street 

New Bedford, MA 02745 

Anne Marie Pavao 
371 Bark Street 
Swansea, MA 02777 

Filomena Pavao 
343 Lindsey St. 
Fall River, MA 02720 

Jennifer A. Pavao 
124 Mouse Mill Road 
Westport, MA 02790 

Matthew J. Peck 
14 Hickory Dr. 
Princeton, MA 01541 

Lisa Pedro 

153 Choate St. #1 

Fall River, MA 02723 

Nicole Pellerin 
257 Connecticut Ave 
Somerset, MA 02726 

Sheila M. Peloquin 
14 Dean Street 
Rehoboth, MA 02769 

Sheng-Chiang Peng 
325 East Rodell PI. 
Arcadia, CA 91006 

Tracy N. Perachi 
3 Frothingham Rd. 
Burlington, MA 01803 

Catherine M. Pereira 
3 Skiff Ln. 
Wareham, MA 02571 

Katherine E. Pereira 

463 Wood St. 

Fall River, MA 02721 

Nancy T. Pereira 
40 Montaup St. 
Fall River, MA 02724 

Stacy L. Pereira 
110 Clayton St. 
Fall River, MA 02723 



Stephen Pereira 

85 Fern St. 

New Bedford, MA 02744 

Jennifer A. Perez 
128 Maple Avenue 
Swansea, MA 02777 

Daniel Perron 
61 Bowler Street 
Fall River, MA 02723 

Seth Perry 

5 Wenham Shore Dr. 

Carver, MA 02330 

Stacey L. Perry 
84ThelmaAve. 
Somerset, MA 02726 

Jennifer L. Peterman 

P.O. Box 79241 

North Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Tara Peterson 
28 Baptist Hill Rd. 
Palmer, MA 01069 

John Petrichko 
360 Elsbree St. 
Fall River, MA 02720 

Peter M. Petrillo 
53 R Drive 
Westport, MA 02790 

Joanna Lynn Pettey 
1925 Blossom Road 
Fall River, MA 02790 

Mitchell Pettey 
521 Main Road 
Westport, MA 02790 

Michael P. Phenix 

P.O. Box 9065 

Fall River,.MA 02720 

Aimee L. Phillippi 
159 Cottage St. 1-W 
New Bedford, MA 02740 

Edward A. Picard 
106 Lamphor Street 
Fall River, MA 02721 

Raymond A. Picard 

122 Bluefield St. 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

Andrea D. Piccarini 
16McKimSt. 
Randolph, MA 02368 

Aimee E. Picotte 
3 Roma Ave. 
Johnston, RI 02919 

Lisa Piela 

649 County Street 

Fall River, MA 02723 

Eleonora Pierre 

215 Chemin De L'Ormea 

500 Castellar 

Duarte L. Pimentel 
163 Washington Street 
Taunton, MA 02780 

Louis K. Pimentel 
28 Orlando St. 
Swansea, MA 02777 

Michael J. Pimentel 
532 Rivet St. Apt. #3 
New Bedford, MA 02740 



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Ricardo Pimentel 
119 Lafavette St. 
Fall River, MA 02723 

David G. Pineault 
1046 Blossom Road 
Fall River, MA 02790 

Michael Pinnetti 
99 Everett St. 
Abington, MA 02351 

Milton F. Pinto 
135 Lori Lane 
Taunton, MA 02780 

Jason M. Pires 
953 Pleasant Street 
New Bedford, MA 02740 

Jennifer L. Pires 

45 Alva Street 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

Laurentino R. Pires 

52 Newton St. 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

Lourdes Pires 
52 Newton Street 
New Bedford, MA 02740 

Craig Pisani 
26 Fifth St. 
Attleboro, MA 02703 

Lisa M. Pitta 

3 Holly Circle 

East Freetown, MA 02717 

Kelly A. Place 
151 High Street 
Ashland, MA 01721 

Rosmery Plasencia 
67-71 Washington Street 
Haver Hill, MA 01830 

Brenda S. Pledger 
7 Rocky Hill Rd. 
Assonet, MA 02702 

Ebenezer Plettner 

P.O. Box 569 

Monument Bch., MA 02553 

Jeanne T. Plourde 

52 Fielding St. 

New Bedford, MA 02745 

James C. Poirier 

67 Morning Dove Drive 

Tiverton, RI 02878 

Elizabeth L. Ponte 
266 Thelma Avenue 
Somerset, MA 02726 

Claudette Posca 
680 Somerset Avenue 
North Dighton, MA 02764 

Erica Potkay 
92 Adams St. 
Fairhaven, MA 02719 

Robyn Pottel 

299 Broadway Street 2nd. S 

Fall River, MA 02721 

Rebecca L. Potter 
64 Cottage Street 
Fairhaven, MA 02719 

Francis V. Pottokaran 

571 State Road 

North Dartmouth, MA 02747 



William J. Pouliot 
P.O. Box 401 
Waltham, MA 02454 

Azita Pourali 

61 Meadow Lane 
Boxboro, MA 01719 

Amy M. Prendergast 

62 Jack Pine Dr. 
Sudbury, MA 01776 

Jared M. Proulx 
162 Barna Street 
Ludlow, MA 01056 

Kelly H. Provencher 
8 Pierre Vernier Drive 
Mashpee, MA 02649 

Erik B. Puffer 
17 Lovera Lane 
Duxbury, MA 02332 

Sarah J. Putnam 
95 Silver St. 
Greenfield, MA 01301 

Sarah E. Pyne 
187 Seekonk St. 
Norfolk, MA 02056 



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Nicole L. Quatrano 
35 Bodwell St. 
Somerset, MA 02726 

Debra Quenga 
168 East Main Road 
Portsmouth, RI 02871 

Peter D. Quintal 

125 Varley St. 

Fall River, MA 02723 



Pavel Rabinovich 

133 Plymouth Drive, Apt. 18 

Norwood, MA 02062 

Carolina A. Raffo 

4978 Plymouth Drive, Apt. IB 

Norwood, MA 02062 

Jaime R. Ramos 

99 Acushnet Avenue Apt. 31 

New Bedford, MA 02740 



Mark S. Rebello 
1185 Pleasant Street 
Fall River,MA 02723 

Steven Rebello 
6 Cleveland Street 
Westport, MA 02790 

Amanda L. Reilly 
50 Crane St. 
Norton, MA 02766 

Danielle K. Renaud 
6 Krula Way 
S.Grafton, MA 01560 

Silvana M. Resendes 

75 Oak St. 

Fall River, MA 02720 

Pierre-Samuel Reyne 

Les Serrets 

Aubenas 97200, France 

Brent Reynolds 

14 Meadow St. 

S. Darmouth, MA 02748 

Benjamin Ribeiro 

15 Curtis Ave. 
Scituate, MA 02066 

Stephen P. Riccardi 
8 Elks Parkway 
Norwood, MA 02062 

Thomas J. Riccardi 
194 Perkins St. 
Melrose, MA 02176 

Christina G. Ricci 
2 Nottingham Drive 
Lincoln,.RI 02865 

Darlene F. Richardson 
8 Oakwood Drive 
Randolph, MA 02368 

Benjamin A. Riels 
161 Barlett Rd. 
Plymouth, MA 02360 

Bethany L. Riggs 
8 Vincent Street 
Fairhaven, MA 02719 

Michael E. Ring 
34 Hampshire Road 
West Peabody, MA 09260 

Tamara E. Riolo 
27 Anthony Rd. 
Franklin, MA 02038 



Bharathidhasan Ranganathan Michelle Rivera 
571 State Road #150 1866 Meridian Street 

North Dartmouth, MA 02747 Fall River, MA 02720 



Anna Rankis 

6 Brookside Circle 

Acton, MA 01720 

Adele Raphael 

50 Chartwell Drive 

Buzzards Bay, MA 02532 

Lisa Rapoza Williams 
1228 New Boston Road 
Fall River, MA 02720 

Cindy S. Raymond 
14 Ridge Top Rd. 
Cotuit, MA 02635 

Erin D. Reardon 
178 01dWestboroRd. 
Grafton, MA 01536 



Kevin A. Roach 
71 Pine St. 
Norfolk, MA 02056 

Stephanie A. Robbat 
12 Taft Dr. 
Winchester, MA 01890 

Donna A. Roberson 
478 South St. East 
Raynham, MA 02767 

Jonathan E. Robert 
175 White Birch Street 
Leicester, MA 01524 

Brian W. Robertson 
22 High St. 
Leicester, MA 01524 



Leah D. Robertson 

96 Old Colony Avenue Unit 329 

East Taunton, MA 02718 

Christine M. Robichaud 
3 Sewall Drive 
Mashpee, MA 02649 

Paula J. Robidoux 
545 Second St. 
Fall River, MA 02721 

Rebecca L. Robitaille 
10 Arrow Lane 
Acushnet, MA 02743 

Danielle Rodrick 
391 HillbergAve. 
Brockton, MA 02401 

Lara E. Romeo 

C/O Mr. Rocco Romeo 

Fishkill, NY 12524 

Alex A. Romero 

750 Davol Street Apt. 1022 

Fall River, MA 02720 

Keith J. Rose 
1167 Rt. 39 East 
Harwich, MA 02645 

Scott Roskelley 

12 Hunter Street 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

Tristyn H. Ross 
55 Trayer Rd. 
Canton, MA 02021 

Norman R Rousseau 

208 Cross Road 

No. Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Cynthia Routhier 
788 Old County Rd. 
Westport, MA 02790 

Thomas C. Roux 
16 Marsh Pond Rd. 
Sagamore Beah, MA 02562 

Elizabeth A. Rudnicki 
105 Dartmouth St. 
Brockton, MA 02401 

Gail Russell 

181 Braley Hill Road 

Rochester, MA 02770 

Kristen Russell 
61 Warren Ave. 
Plymouth, MA 02360 

Ann K. Ryall 

14 Mishawum Dr. 

So. Dartmouth, MA 02748 

Carrie L. Ryba 

181 Ashley Boulevard Apt. 3 

New Bedford, MA 02746 

Katie A. Rysz 

39 Capitol St. Apt. 1 

New Bedford, MA 02744 



Lauren M. Salemme 
P.O. Box 288 
Monponsett, MA 02350 

Daniel J. Salerno 
34 Osborne Avenue 
Wareham, MA 02576 

Marc L. Salerno 
5 Whitney Circle 
East Lyme, CT 06333 

Tinamarie Salvucci 
36 Cambridge Road #24 
Woburn, MA 01801 

Masanori Samizo 
3-4-3 Tokodai 
Japan 300-26 

Sheila M. Sampson 
72 Cape Cod Ave. 
Plymouth, MA 02360 

William E. Sanchez 

2 Cora Street 

North Providenc, RI 02911 

Audrey L. Sanford 
84 Cynthia Ave. 
Tiverton, RI 02878 

Brian D Santos 

17 Irene St 

New Bedford,MA02745 

Rodney Santos 
P.O. Box 211 
Assonet, MA 02702 

Sandra C. Santos 

39 Welch Road 

S. Easton, MA 02375 

Steven P. Santos 
51 Woodstock Street 
Fall River, MA 02724 

Tracy A. Santos 
225 Jepson Street 
Fall River, MA 02723 

Matthew R. Sarcia 

3 Crusade Rd. 
Westford, MA 01886 

Gina B. Sardinha 

471 Dwelly St. 

Fall River, MA 02724 

Susan D. Sargent 
P.O. Box 558 
Assonet, MA 02702 

Peter T. Sattelmair 

28 Robert Street 

North Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Gregg E. Savage 
11 Armstrong Circle 
Braintree, MA 02184 

Birol Saylan 

51 Lakewood Road 

North Darmouth, MA 02747 

Stefan Schackeler 

Hohenzollernstr.64 

Germany 



Christian J. Saghbini Ronna Schaffer 

4 Admiral Point Drive 101 South Avenue 

South Dartmouth, MA 02748 Attleboro, MA 02703 



Vicki A. Saint-Paine 

735 Reed Rd. 

North Dartmouth, MA 02747 



Matthew D. Schafman 
1261 Church Street Apt. E56 
New Bedford, MA 02745 



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Patricia J. Scharmer 
390 Pinnacle St. 
Tewksbury, MA 01876 

Donald R. Schenck 
651 Bark St. 
Swansea, MA 02777 

Jeffrey A. Schoonover 
164 Summerfield Street 
Fall River, MA 02720 

Joseph R. Schorge 
12 Stillwater Road 
Smithfield, RI 02917 

Andrew L. Schwarzmann 

8 Middle Street 

South Dartmouth, MA 02748 

Gretchen J. Schwenzfeier 
186 Lounsbury Dr. 
Raynham, MA'02767 

Kerrin M. Scolponeti 
101 Addington Rd. 
WRoxbury, MA 02132 

Steven Seaman 
1 1 Saxonv Drive 
Mashpee, MA 02649 

Kurt S. Seguer 

38 Bream St. 

New Bedford, MA 02744 

Kelly A. Serodio 
131 Calvin Avenue 
Somerset, MA 02726 

Samuel Serraz 

1, impasse de la savayarde 

France 

Rajeswari Seshadri 

10 Warbler Way 

North Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Laurette A. Shabshelowitz 
108 Blossom Road 
Westport, MA 02790 

Jami E. Shamberger 
10 Davis Road 
Methuen, MA 01844 

Brenda Shaw-Joyce 
466 Rounseville Road 
Rochester, MA 02770 

Kevin M. Shaw 
188 Maiden Street 
Maiden, MA 02148 

Michael Sheehan 
15 Hillside Terrace 
Maiden, MA 02148 

Brian M. Shelton 

25 L. Downie Street 
North Darmouth, MA 02747 

Chun How Shen 

8 Fl., 106 Hoping E. Rd.,Sec.2 

Taipei, Taiwa, R O China 

Shane M Sher 

26 Doane St. 
Fairhaven, MA 02719 

Mellisa Sherlin 

500 Richards Avenue 

Paxton, MA 16121 

Allen C. Sherman 
862 Lafayette Street 
Somerset, MA 02726 



Corey S. Shumaker 
97 Stodgemeadow Road 
Ashburnham, MA 01430 

Barbara A. Shurtleff 
87 Ahawan Street 
Rehoboth, MA 02769 

Kevin S. Silva 
145 Carroll Street 
New Bedford, MA 02740 

Laurie A Silva 

26 Highland St. 
Medway, MA 02053 

Charlene A. Silvia 
1039 County Street 
Fall River, MA 02723 

Heather Silvia 
90 Warren Avenue 
Seekonk, MA 02771 

Latisha A. Simms 
149 Wheeler Circle 
Stoughton, MA 02072 

Rebecca S. Simonin 
15 Goodwater Street 
Westport, MA 02790 

Regina Singleton 
331 Gifford Road 
Westport, MA 02790 

Bethanie M. Slater 
500 Vinnicum Road 
Swansea, MA 02777 

Pamela Smagacz 
1022 Crossroads Drive 
North Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Andrew J. Smart 

27 Hughey Rd. 
Scituate, MA 02066 

Aimee M. Smith 
109 Boyd St. 
Watertown, MA 02172 

Daune W. Smith 
19 Old Marion Rd. 
Mattapoisett, MA 02739 

Jason Smith 

97 Cove St., Box 10 

New Bedford, MA 02744 

Jennifer L. Smith 
17 Lawndale Ave. 
Waltham, MA 02154 

Peter Snell 

176 Query Street 

New Bedford, MA 02745 

Jessica L. Snow 

777 Tucker Road Apt. #3 

North Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Brian Soares 
187 Snell Street 
Fall River, MA 02721 

Linda Soares 

35 Grinnell St. 

Fall River, MA 02721 

John T. Softcheck 
719 Bethel Drive 
Joliet, IL 60435 

Shawn J. Solomon 
33 Claybanks Rd. 
Dedham, MA 02026 



Phoumano N. Somviengxay 
304 South St. 
Northborough, MA 01532 

Paul 1). Soodsma 

P.O. Box 6437 

New Bedford, MA 02742 

Mitchell Sousa 
82 Seabury Street 
Fall River, MA 02720 

Paulo N. Sousa 

76 VVinsor St. Apt#3 

New Bedford, MA 02744 

Sandra Sousa 

108 Phillips Avenue 

New Bedford, MA 02746 

Dale J. Souza 

15 Plymouth Street 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

Erica Souza 
179 Main Street 
Dighton, MA 02715 

Richard J. Souza JR. 
17 Warwick Road 
Franklin, MA 02038 

Jill Spinelli 

15 Colonial Way 

North Dartmouth, MA 02747 

David A. Spiriti 

22 Clay Ave. 
Everett, MA 02149 

Kenneth L. Springhetti 
144 Webster St. 
Rockland, MA 02370 

Daniel C. Sprout 

112Kieh'SWay 

East Sandwich, MA 02537 

Nicole St. Pierre 

23 Cromesett Rd 
Wareham, MA 02571 

Lucien W. St. Cyr 
9 Shaw Road 
Brockton, MA 02401 

Audrey A. St. George 
35 Dewey Street 
Fall River, MA 02720 

Christine St. Laurent 
8 Billings Road 
Rehoboth, MA 02769 

Daniel P. St. Laurent 
20 Reed St. 
Tiverton, RI 02878 

Jill M. St. Laurent 
165 Sprague St. 
Fall River, MA 02724 

Raymond A. Stacy 
316 Rochdale St. 
Auburn, MA 01501 

Jochen Staehler 
Vor Hehn 23 

Germany 

Ryan J. Stankiewicz 
7 Marianno St. 
Assonet, MA 02702 

Keri Ste. Marie 
13 Prince St. 

Fairhaven, MA 02719 



Renee M. Steiblin 
7 Brook Road 
Swansea, MA 02777 

Patrick D. Stewart 
59 Pierce Ave. 
Lakeville, MA 02347 

Sheldon 1. Straker 
2114 Phillips Road 
New Bedford, MA 02745 

Stacy A. Strickland 
608 Crossroads Drive 
North Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Gayle E. Strittmatter 

666 Union Street 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

Gary R. Stubbins 
126 Lincoln Road 
Hyannis,MA02601 

Sunny Su 

9 Spyglass Lane Apt. 2 

South Dartmouth, MA 02748 

Brian Sullivan 

64 Wareham Lake Shore Dr. 

East Wareham, MA 02189 

John C. Sullivan 
15 James Street 
Fairhaven, MA 02719 

Virginia M. Sullivan 
88 Chard Street 
E.Weymouth, MA 02189 

Chun-Li Sun 

64 Rice run 

East Brunswic, NJ 08816 

Shana M. Superchi 
3708 Chestnut Hill 
Athal, MA 01331 

Araya Suriyaphanpong 
4980 North Main Street 
Fall River, MA 02720 

Becky J. Sutherland 
595 Wood St. 
Swansea, MA 02777 

Adam M. Szymkowicz 
782 Middletown Rd. 
Colchester, CT 06415 



Jennifer J. Tabet 
14 Celestial Way 
Salem, MA 01970 

Jennifer N. Talamini 
218 West St. 
Hopedale, MA 01747 

Kevin J. Tavares 

103 Homestead Street 

Somerset, MA 02726 

Lourdes Taveira 
760 Church Street 
New Bedford, MA 02745 

Eric E. Taylor 

304 Billington Street 

Plymouth, MA 02360 

John L. Teixeira 
77 Eastern Ave. 
Fall River, MA 02723 



Sonya M. Teixeira 

434 West Rodney French Blvd. 

New Bedford, MA 02744 

Theresa A. Tellier 

41 Maple St. 
Millbury, MA 01527 

Megan S. Tench 
7 Durfee Court 2N 
New Bedford, MA 02747 

Paul Tetrault 

58 Sprague Street 

Portsmouth, RI 02871 

Shawn C. Thomas 

7 Woodcock Rd. 

North Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Kristen T. Throop 
54 Church St. 
Mattapoisett, MA 02739 

Sara A. Tilbian 
21-2 Jones Terrace 
Stoughton, MA 02072 

Amy L. Tirrell 
234 Palmer Rd. 
Monson, MA 01057 

Jennifer M. Tolson 

42 Diane Terrace 
Whitman, MA 02382 

Nicole K. Toma 
13 Sagamore St. 
Braintree, MA 02184 

Keith M. Tomaszewicz 

8 Herricks Lane 
Millbury, MA 01527 

Steven J. Tomlinson 

PO Box 79143 

North Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Matthew Tooker 
41 Martha's Way 
Centerville, MA 02623 

Nancy J. Tooley 
176 Chase Road 
North Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Christine Toolin 

301 Bulgarmarsh Rd. #60 

Tiverton, RI 02878 

Rebecca L. Torres 
13 Cedar Pt. Ave. 
Mattapoisett, MA 02739 

Shawn Towne 
388 Cross Street 
Hanson, MA 02341 

Stephanie V. Travers 
232 Tecumseh St. 
Fall River, MA 02721 

Jill A. Treloar 
50 Clark Lane 
Swansea, MA 02777 

Deborah M. Tremblay 
90 South Main St. 
Berkley, MA 02779 

Jennifer E. Tribou 

28 Rip Van Winkle Way 

Bourne, MA 02532 

Mrinalini Tripathi 

15 Gene St. 

North Dartmouth, MA 02747 



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Marianne T. Trundy 
41 Canterberry Street 
New Bedford, MA 02746 

KuangHus Tsai 

18 Old westport Rd. 

North Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Michael Tuccillo 
3367 Flint Hill Place 
Woodbridge, VA 22192 

Brynna K. Tucker 
Rfd#l Box 115 
Sutton, VT 05867 

Matt C. Tudor 

P. 0. Box 79563 

North Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Chien hua Tung 
586 Kempton Street 
New Bedford, MA 02740 

Michael L. Turini 
123 Franklin St. 
Clinton, MA 01510 



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Stacie L. Uhlman 
52 Thomas St. 
Middleboro, MA 02346 



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Karen Valcourt 

583 Center St. 

Fall River, MA 02724 

John C. Vasconcellos 
1040 Stafford Road 
Fall River, MA 02721 

Michael J. Veracka 
247 Main St. 
Kingston, MA 02364 

Stephanie E. Verch 
425 Village St. 
Millis, MA 02054 

Isabel C. Vicencio 

18 Pamela Drive 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

Joanne M. Vicente 

7 Sears St. 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

Paulo Viegas 

1396 New Boston Road 

Fall River, MA 02720 

IriaVieira 

33 Bridge Street 

South Dartmouth, MA 02748 

Natalie Vieira 

4 Walsh Street 

S. Dartmouth,MA02748 

Paul C Vieira 

8 Brook St. 

S. Dartmouth,MA02748 

Joan Vien 

5 Primrose Lane 
Westport, MA 02790 

Sherry A. Villeneuve 
Mattapoisett Road 
Acushnet, MA 02743 



Rosa Vinagre 

10 Transit Street 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

David P. Vincent 
40 Church St. 
Tiverton, RI 02878 

Nelson Viveiros 

101 Tecumseh St. 2nd Fl 

Fall River, MA 02721 



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Cheryl A. Wagner 
50 Trayer Road 
Canton, MA 02021 

Joseph L. Wagner 

33 Prott Av. 
Weymouth, MA 02191 

Brandt E. Wajda 

11 Woodridge Road 
Milford, MA 01757 

Claire Walecka 
202 Farmfield Court 
Fairhaven, MA 02719 

Sean F. Walker 

3 Pine Ridge Road 

E. Falmouth, MA 02536 

Christopher Walsh 

12 Water Street 
Shrewsbury, MA 01545 

Derek W. Walsh 
19 Albina Street 
Chelmsford, MA 01824 

Kenneth Walsh 
5 Diab Lane #9 
Cohasset, MA 02025 

David E. Wanamaker 
56 Anawan Street 
Rehoboth, MA 02769 

Carla B. Wardlow 
40 Hall Avenue 
Newport, RI 02840 

John A. Wareham 
451 Prospect St. 
Brockton, MA 02401 

Brian D. Waterman 

34 Miller Terrace 
Raynham, MA 02767 

Stacie Watkinson 
309 Gibbs Street 
Somerset, MA 02726 

Elizabeth L. Watson 

24 Larch St. 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

Michael P. Watson 

13 Samoset Drive 

South Dartmouth, MA 02748 

Jennifer M Webb 
8 Messina Circle 
Methuen, MA 01844 

Pamela J. Weeks 
54 Miriam Hd. 
Waltham, MA 02154 

John R. Welch 
38 Oliver Neck Rd. 
Plymouth, MA 02360 



Kristen Wells 
P.O. Box 101 
Duxbury, MA 02331 

Chen-Jiou Weng 
188 Lawrence Street 
New Bedford, MA 02745 

Bart J. Wesp 

2 Connecticut Avenue 
East Harwich, MA 02645 

Stephanie L. Wexler 
91 Rye St. 
Seekonk, MA.02771 

Diane M. Wheeler 
70 Scituate Road 
Mashpee, MA 02649 

Nancy L. Wheeler 

65 Clinton St. 

Sea Cliff, NY 11579 

Scott A. Wheeler 

66 Plummer Park 
Whitinsville, MA 01588 

Denim V. Whelan 

3 Golf Links Circle 
Sandwich, MA 02563 

Sarah R. White 

21 Emil'SWay 
Marion, MA 02738 

Mark A. Whitney 
45 Damon St. 
Concord, MA 01742 

Nadine M. Whitney 
8 Dewey St. 
Lancaster, MA 01523 

Joey Whittaker 
182 Kathleen Road 
Brockton, MA 02302 

Michael S. Wilken 
P.O. Box 18 
Sagamorebeach, MA 02562 

Dianne S. Willens 
7 Market St. 
Peabody, MA 01960 

Edwin F Williams 

43-A Liberty Square Road 

Boxborough, MA 01719 

Tara A. Williamson 
30 Auburn St. #2 
Brockton, MA 02402 

Patricia R. Willis 

57 Quail Hollow Road 

Brewster, MA 02631 

Jennifer L Wilson 
38 VanVechten St. 
Waltham, MA 02154 

Michael L. Winderlick 
26 Morses Lane 
Acushnet, MA 02743 

Laurra C. Winters 
114 Bullock Road 
Freetown, MA 02717 

Mei Chi Wong 

56 Durfee Street 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

Ryan C. Wood 

22 Cordage Terrace 
Plymouth, MA 02360 



James W. Woodburn 
39 Rounds Street Apt. 3 
New Bedford, MA 02740 

Rebecca H. Woods 
12 Chapman Rd. 
Wakefield, MA 01880 

Elizabeth C. Woodworth 
1561 Walnut Court 
Lima, OH 45805 

Carol Wright 
66 Turttle St. 
Fall River, MA 02724 

Sheng Yang Wu 

18 Old Westport Rd. 

North Dartmouth, MA 02747 



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Garet Xanyn 

P.O. Box 9168 

Fall River, MA 02720 

Cara L. Xavier 

1363 Old Fall River Rd. 

N. Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Rongwei Xuan 

95 lane, 129 Jin Er Road 

Shanghai 200, PR China 



Michael Zekus 

39 Rounds Street 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

Ren Zhang 

415 Main Street Apt. 4 

Fairhaven, MA 02719 

Baosen Zhou 

44 Palmer Street 

South Dartmouth, MA 02748 

Kimberly Zicher 
16 Trayer Road 
Canton, MA 02021 

Karen Ziegler 
Herdweg 15 
D-73035 Germany 

Adam D. Ziegner 
237 High Street 
Norwell, MA 02061 

Lois J. Zitano 

P.O. Box 79304 

North Dartmouth, MA 02747 

David A Zwacki 

1022 Ivers St. 

New Bedford, MA 02745 



Masa Yamaki 
881-1 Midoricho 
Tokyo 193, Japan 

Liming Yang 
3123 G Rubble Way 
Lafayette, IN 47905 

Matthew D. Yetner 
26 Apple Orchard Lane 
Seekonk, MA 02771 

Bonnie S. Yetter 

4 Lincoln Dr. 

N. Smithfield, RI 02896 

Denis S. Young 
63 Fairfield Road 
Leominster, MA 01453 

Emily D. Young 
78 Warwick Ave. 
Waltham, MA 02452 

Lauren Young 
245 Ryder Road 
Rochester, MA 02770 

Duane A. Young-Kershaw 
196 Harwich Street 
New Bedford, MA 02745 

Huishan Yuan 

2-17-202 Jiangsu Univ. of Sci. 

Zhenjiang, Ji, P.R. China 

Sung-Hae Yun 

PyungChon-Dong932-7, Hyundai 
Kyung Ki-Do, South Korea 






Joseph E. Zaccardi 
8 Bailey St. 
Foxboro, MA 02035 






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"Success usually comes to those who 
are too busy to be looking for it" 
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Heather Lemieux 

I think I can! 

We know you can! 

You did it! 

Love & Pride 
Mom & Dad 




Bravo, Mon Cou- 
Rageux Bachelor. 
Je Suis Tres 
Fiere De Toi ! 
Affectueusement 
Maman 



Congratulations 

BillLangfield!! 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, Rick, & Gabe 



Congratulations ! 

Brough Master 

Love, 
Dad, Mom, and Sharon 



Jill, 

We are very proud of you and hope you will 
continue to set goals for yourself. The important 
thing to remember is " you can " realize your goals 
all of them; don't even settle for less. 

Love Mom, Dad & Jay 



Congratulations 

On a job well done. 
Love 
MAJ, Jam, HMJ, & WBJ 




Erika, 

Congratulations ! ! ! ! 
We're very proud of you. 
Love Mom, Dad, & Kim 



Congratulations Dianne!! 

We are very proud of your many ac- 
complishments, and of the bright, beau- 
tiful, caring person you are! 
Much Love - Mom and Dad 



Congratulations Sarah White! 

With love from Mommy and Daddy 

Sheila, Congratulations! 

You have worked very hard and we are extremely proud of 
you. Set your goals high, we know you will succeed. We 
love you very much - Mom & Dad 

Congratulations, Lisa! 

We are so proud of you and love you very much. Dad, Mom, 
Jeff & Stacy 

Congratulations Em! 

We love you! xoxoxo Mom and Amanda 

Chris, you've done a super job - met all your goals! 
I'm proud of you! Love, Mom 

Michelle, The very best & true happiness in your future 
endeavors. Love Mom 



Congratulations 
Heidi!!! 

You've always made us very 
proud of you. We know you'll 
do well in Veterinary School. 
Love Always Dad and Mom 




Eddy, our son, always be yourself 

and never lose the vision of who 

you are! 

Love you always, 

Mom & Dad 



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Steve Nomes 

This is our special message Steve! 

This is your big day. 

A gift from God, let us rejoice and 

thanks him. Dad, Mom, Shelia and John 

are happy and very proud of your 

success. We love you. 

Nomes Family 



Jenn, 



It's been a long mind-boggling, body-tir- 
ing, soul-searching four years of college, but 
you've done it, and we couldn't be prouder of 
you. It was well worth it. Whatever your 
dreams, whatever your aspirations, follow 
them, don't settle for less. We'll be behind 
you all the way, no matter what you choose to 
do in life. The future is yours, use it wisely. 

Love Always & Forever, 
Mom, Dad, Jessica, Rob 



Sharon, Brenda, & Kiley 

We are immensely proud 

of you. 

Congratulations to all 1999 
UMD Graduates ! 



ToRui 

Love From Mom, Dad, and Veronica 

Congratulations 

From The Pereira Family 

From The De Farias Family 



Eric, 



We commend you for always seeking 
excellence in your life. We are so proud of 
all you've accomplished, and wish you 
continued success . 
God Bless you always, 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Melinda & Stacie 



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Your school years now behind you a whole 
world of opportunities awaits you. 

Your hard work will now start to pay off 
for you. 

Your entire family are all so proud of you. 
Good luck & much success. 

Love 
Dad, Mom & Amy 






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Aimee 

We sat together on the steps of 
Nursery School... crying. 
You because you didn't want to go... 
and me because I didn't want to make 
you go. Today, we will be crying "Tears 
of Joy" because of what you've accomplished 
since those days on the nursery school steps. 

I Love you, 
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We love you, and are so proud of you 
for all the hard work, and for all the 
times when it wasn't that easy to pull 
this off! 
You did it! 

With love always 
Mom, Kimberly, Jimmy & Carl 



Sheila: 

Over and over you've showed 
us how special you are. 

We're very proud to be your 
parents, and we're especially thank- 
ful that we're also friends. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 



To Kraig Choquette 

Words can't express how proud we 
are of you. Congratulations for get- 
ting through it all; we knew you would. 
We love you very much. 
Strive for the best!! 

Love, 
Mom & Dad 




Stacie Uhlman! 

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We are very proud of all that you have 
accomplished through sheer determina- 
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We wish you much 
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We are so proud of you. 

Love, 
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Jessica, 

May your life be as happy 
as you have made ours. 

Mom, Dad, & John 




Matthew, 

Success in 
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Stephanie, 

Be you Best! 

We're so proud of you! 

Love, 

Mom & Dad 
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you very often get it. 

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last. We are immensely proud of you. 
All our love, Mom, Dad and Stacey 
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corporate world. We love you, Ti Tia, 
Cliff and Brian 



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With all our love, 
Mom, Dad, John, Lisa, Dennis and 
Toni Anne 

God Bless you in all you do. 



Dear Melissa, 

Our little princess has grown into a 
young lady. We are very proud of you. 
May all your dreams come true in the 
future. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 



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Hold fast to dreams 
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You have accomplished so much 
and we are all so proud of you ! 

Love, 

Dad, Nic and Mary 



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Love Mom & Dad 




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We are all real proud of you - this 
is one of the many reasons why. 

Love, 

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Congratulations on 
your Graduation ! With 
much love and pride, 
we sincerely offer you 
our very best wishes 
for a happy, healthy and 
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Mom and Dad 



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Dear Michael, 

We always knew this day would come, but who knew it 
would come to quickly? 

Through the years you have brought us such joy. You are 
a wonderful son and brother and we are all so proud of you. 

We just know that dad will be looking down from heaven 
today with a big smile on his face. Congratulations on your 
special day. Enjoy life to the fullest, Mike, and your future 
will be wonderful! 

Lots of love, 

Mom, Elizabeth, and Philip 




Nurse Nancy! 



Congratulations ! 

We're so proud of you! 



We love you, 
Mom, Dad, Tim, Pat, & Alex 



Doreen, 



This is the moment we all realize just how 
special you are to us. We are so proud of you! 
Your hard work and dedication shines through. 
We always knew you would make it. May God 
bless you always and forever. 

Love, 

Daddy, Mommy, 
Suzy, and Nancy 

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We are so proud of your talent and creativity - from 

the lively sculptured bust of Bill Parcells, to the 

irreverent life size caricature of the randy Bill 

Clinton. 

And we thank you for sharing your creations with 

us. 

We are proud of the dedication and determination 

you have demonstrated with your studies and 

continuing to follow your dream. 

And we thank you for respecting the value of our 

investment. 

We are proud of your incredible wit and sense of 

humor. 

And wee thank you for bringing us endless fun and 

laughter. 

We are proud of the effort you put into the UMASS 

football team - never caring to be the star, nut 

always in for the long haul. 

And we thank you for showing us the true meaning of "team spirit." 



We are proud of the sensitivity and caring you put 

into your personal relationship. 

And we thank you for bring Sharon into our lives. 

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Daughter, Sister, Mother 

Beck. 

We are so very proud of you, not only for your hard work and ambition, but because of who you are to each 
of us. As a very young woman you brought Danny into the world, and true to your aspirations, you continued 
to pursue your education. Graduating from high school a year early to enter college, you studied and worked, 
and learned your way as a mother. Your way of striving for the best, and looking forward to the future is a 
strength that has, and always will, serve you well. At age twenty one have lived experiences beyond your years. 
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to the 

Class of '99 



Best of luck in your future endeavors. 

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Dartmouth Community. 



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Chinese perfect gunpowder and 
begin to use it in warfare 



Scotland becomes united down to 
present border of England 



Printing by moveable type 
invented in China 



Split between the Catholic Church 
of Rome and Orthodox Christian 
Church of Byzantium 



Crusaders capture Jerusalem 
in Palestine 



Anasazi people in North America 
build cliff dwellings at Mesa Verde, 
Chaco Canyon, and the Canyon de 
Chellv 



In Egypt, cloth is stripped from mum- 
mies to make paper 



Paris University is founded 



Teutonic order of Knights, a military 
society, set up in Germany to defend 
Christian lands in Palestine 



Mechanical clock, driven by water, 

built in Kaifeng (capital of China) c - 1090 



Truce between Richard I of England 
and Muslim Salladin ends the Third 
Crusade 



Cambridge University founded 



Mongol Empire seized by Gengis Kahn 12O6 



King John of England seals Magna 
Carta giving more power to barons 



Venician explorer Majrco Polo 
sets out for China 



Sequins coined in Venice, Italy 



Invention of spectacles in Italy 



Huge stone walls erected on Easter 
Island 



Eirst public striking clock erected in 
Milan, Italy 



Black Death (Bubonic Plague) 
reaches Europe 



Jacquerie revolt; peasant uprising 
north of Paris, Erance 



Chaucer writes his first book, the 
Book of Duchess 



c.1290 



Expansion of Aztec empire in Me 



Joan of Arc burned at the stake by the 
English 



Eirst Bible printed in Europe by 
Gutenburg 



King of Erance establishes postal 
system 



Columbus lands on Bahama Islands, 
Cuba, and I lispaniola 



Portuguese Vasco da Gamma rounds 
the Cape of Good Hope, South Africa 
and sails on to India 



French explorations of Canada begin c. 1500 



ath of Italian Renaissance artist 
>nardo da Vinci 



phite pencils invented 



glish seaman, Francis Drake, sails 
-und the world 



Founding of Jamestown,VA: first of 
the 13 colonies 



lartin Luther publishes 95 objections 1517 

Catholic practices 



Pilgrims landed in Plymouth 



Harvard College was founded, 
first institution of higher learn- 
ing in the colonies 



Grand Dictionnaire 

Historique, first alphabetically 
ordered dictionary 



Glorious Revolution in England: 
parliamentary supremacy is con- 
firmed 



rst newspaper printed 



Age of Enlightenment Introduces 
revolutionary new ideas no Europe 



Ben Franklin founds the first 
public library in US 



Electric telegraph invented by 
Charles Morrison 



American Declaration of Inde- 
pendence 



US Constitution drawn u 



First British convicts shipped to 
Botany Bay, Australia 



Volta, an Italian scientist 
invented the electric cell 



Brittish burn White House 



California Gold Rush 



Civil War in US 



Edison invents the electric light 



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World War I 



Outbreak of the Second 
World War 



President JohnF. Kennedy 
was assassinated 



Assassinations of Reverend 
Martin Luther King JR., 
and Sen. Robert Kennedy 



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President Clinton is impeached 1998 



Congratulations to the 
following Torch members on 



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Ken McConnaughey - Edrtor-in-Chief (Fall of '98) 

Chris Marino - Editor-in-Chief (Spring of '99) 

Ryan Wood - Managing Editor (Spring of '99) 

Dianne Willens - Business Manager 

Lisa Haynes - Advertising Manager 

Jason Magner - A&E Editor 

Megan Tench - News Editor 

Kristen Leary - Co-Sports Editor (Fall of '98) 

Tisha Simms - Layout Director 

Allison Hewey - Office Assistant 



Your hard work and dedication was appreciated and 
will not be forgotten. The entire staff wishes you the 
best of luck in whatever path you take in life. 



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Congratulations 




to all of the 




Phi Sigma Sigma 




Graduates 


Jennifer Bernard 


Melissa Eldridge 


Lia Metrakas 


Faye Boardman 


Tracy Forgue 


Nancy Moniz 


Jennifer Braga 


K.J. Furtado 


Danielle Renaud 


Kara Brown 


Kristina Johnson 


Shan Superchi 


Carla Carvalho 


Elizabeth LaViska 


Staci Watkinson 


Michelle Comeau 


Kerri Meulman 




Nora Donovan 


Sabrina Mcintosh 





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Volume 39 of the Scrimshaw Yearbook was printed by Jostens Printing and Publishing, 
P.O. Box 297, State College, PA 16804-0297. 

Cover 

The cover is a tri-bound/litho combo. The base material is Basin 517 with High Gloss 
LT 478. The inks applied to the Litho material are Gloss Black and Metallic Gold (873). 
The litho material has a matte lamination. The "Scrimshaw" and "1999" is HelveticaNeue 
Medium Font, bevel cut with Pat Gold Dust Foil (365). The artwork is Pat Gold Dust Foil 
(365). There is a 1 point debossed book line to the left (front cover) and right (back 
cover) of the litho material. The photographs were provided by UMass Dartmouth 
Archives, UMass Dartmouth Library Photographic, and John Pereira. The cover was 
Designed by Jessica Stevens, John Pereira, and Kristi Oliver. 

Endsheets 

The front and back endsheets is a snow white material. Both images were provided by UMass Dartmouth Photographic. 

Paper Stock 

All pages were printed on 80 pound matte paper. A matte finish and gloss varnish was applied on pages 192-184 (1-9). 





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Typography 



All body copy is 11-point Clearface Regular Font. Headlines is 36-point MediciScript Font. All Subheads is 18-point 
HelveticaNeue MediumExt Font. Authors is 12-point HelveticaNeue LightExt Font. Captions is 9-point Clearface 
Regular Font. Photo by is 7-point HelveticaNeue LightExt Font. Folio is 9-point HelveticaNeue Medium Ext Font. 



Design 



The book was produced entirely on Macintosh computers using Adobe PageMaker 6.5, Photoshop 5.0, Microsoft Word 
6.0, and Yeartech desktop publishing software. 



Photography 



Graduate portraits were taken by Davor Photography, 654 Street Road, Bensalem, PA 19020-8507. Portraits were taken 
in December and April for one week. Graduates paid a $5 sitting fee. Photographs were processed and printed by Davor 
Studios and Converse Photo Supply. 



Finance and Operation 



The Scrimshaw is an entirely student run publication. The Scrimshaw was both produced and managed by students. 
All monies were received from Student Fees and from book sales, portrait sitting fees and advertisement sales. The total 
press run was 1.300 books. 

The 1999 Scrimshaw is copyrighted by John Pereira, Editor-in-Chief. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form 
without prior written consent of the Editor-in-Chief or the Scrimshaw Editorial Board. Direct all inquires to Scrimshaw, 
285 Old Westport Rd., North Dartmouth, MA 02747; 508-999-8161; scrimshaw@umassd.edu 

©1999 Scrimshaw 



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Scrimshaw Staff 
Editor-in-Chief & 
Business Manager 

John Pereira 

Layout Editor 

Jessica Stevens 

Assistant Layout Editor 

Christina Stone 

Layout Staff 

Mike Murphy 

Co-Photo Editors 

Kristi Oliver 
Stacie Steensland 

Assistant Photo Editor 

Karen Dyer 

Photo Staff 

Sarah Carriere 

Aaron Fraser 

Brian Twyeffort 

Copy Editor 

Kristen Regan 

Assistant Copy Editor 

Dino DiPasquale 

Copy Staff 

Rebecca Mattson 

Illustrator 

Amanda Stenquist 

Ad Manager 

Virginia Ransbottom 




Front Row L - R: Kristen Regan, Jessica Stevens, John Pereira, Virgina Ransbottom 
Back Row L - R: Chrissy Stone, Dino DiPasquale, Sarah Carriere, Karen Dyer 



Special thanks to... 

Norvel Garnett, Jostens Representative 

Caren Korin, Davor Representative 

Dr. Diana Hackney, Vice-Chancellor of Student Affairs 

Dr. Susan Costa, Associate Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs 

John Laughton, Dean of the College of Visual and Performing Arts 

Jim Mullins, Administrative Assistant of Promotions for Athletics 

Manny Pereira, Library Photographic 

Dr. Peter Cressy, Chancellor 

William Bulger, UMass System President 

Chris Kaylor 

Ann Valentino 

Louise Boudreau 

Laura Donlan 

Ryan Ashley 



Advisory Board 

Overall Adviser 

Karen Aude & Michael Laliberte 

Photo Adviser 

D. Confar 

Copy Adviser 

Patricia White 



Editorial Page 



^Editor-in-cHief s better 

Yessss!!! The big day, Graduation, has come and gone. For all the 
graduates who have spent four, five, six, or more years: congratula- 
tions. You have endured uncountable long nights of studying, the 
frustration of traffic when coming to school, some-what descent 
cafeteria food, and the incompetence of many administrators, faculty, 
and staff on our campus. Sure College life had a few bad moments. But 
hell, who can forget those alcoholic parties known as Ratts, the parties 
in the Dorms and Dell with the freshmen, getting an A on an exam 
when you only studied 10 minutes before class, and getting that piece 
of paper saying you graduated from the University of Massachusetts 
Dartmouth. You have experienced a lot during your relatively short 
time at UMass Dartmouth. During that time, there has been a word 
indirectly taught to you. A word notorious for what happens in our 
society: change. 

In your studies you have been taught skills which one needs to survive 

in our current society. One of those skills is the ability to have an open 

mind when dealing with problems. By stepping back from the problem and analyzing it, you perceive things in a new 

light. If done correctly, you will realize the solution is easier than you think. If you think about it, change is the key to 

surviving our quick-pace-thinking world. 




The word, change, strikes fear to their hearts of many people. Others anticipate change as if it's the only thing they live 
for. It's one of those things you just can't hide from, even if you try to. Thanks to some courageous individuals who didn't 
hide from it, many of the common luxuries we take for granted wouldn't exist. Cars, pencils, airplanes, newspapers, 
photographs, and even sandwiches are only a small example of the result of change. But wait! There is more. 

In just the past 50 years, we have seen the invention of computers, space travel, fleece, and the ability to win a war by 
only using airplanes. All of this was cmae from individuals who were willing to go against the critics and decided that 
they wanted to change the way the average person went about doing something. 

To the class of 1999, 1 challenge you to constantly fight for change in your lifetime. Some of those who dredd the idea 
of change say "it's bad!" Others, like a broken record, repeat themselves saying, "Why should we change it if there's 
nothing wrong with it?" If there were no problems in the world, then why do we have thousands upon thousands of 
people suffering every day? Lets face it, the world is not perfect, but with the changes we do, we come pretty close to 
it. In conclusion, change is a hard thing to except, but once you come to terms with it, you will embrace it forever. 



Sincerely, 

John Pereira 

Scrimshaw Editor-in-Chief 



The opinions expressed on this page are not necessarily 
those of the college, university, or student body. 



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Future 

by Dino DiPisquale 



Now that you know what has been , you will now be 
told what's to come. The future of UMass Dartmouth 
looks as bright as a thousand sunrises. Many positive 
steps will be taken to improve the University over the 
next year or so. Three projects in particular are in the 
works even as this epilogue is being written. The first 
is the breakdown of the suite system in the residents 
halls. Each floor of each phase will be united as the 
suite walls will be demolished and new bedrooms will 
be added. The hallway s will serve as a living room area 
and kitchenette. This decision was made to accommo- 
date the large demands of housing and undo the triples 
in the dorms. 

To further accommodate resident students, a new 
phase will be added to the residents halls. This new 
building will be located either near the campus en- 
trance or near the police station. All dorms will be 
made more modern as ideas, such as a card swiping 
entrance system and more handicapped friendly facili- 
ties, are on the drawing board. The entrances to the 
buildings will be made to look more like the lobby of a 
hotel ; a combination of convenience and style that will 
give residents a place to gather and socialize. 

As the residents halls expand, so do the athletic 
facilities . A total of three million dollars in state funds 
was given to UMass Dartmouth for an addition to the 
Tripp Athletic Center. The addition, located on the west 
side of the Tripp Center, will house a new aerobics 
room and fitness center/weight training area. Also, 
new men's and women's lockerrooms and restrooms 
will be included as well as an office, storage facilities, 
and lobby area. 

The new weight room will contain existing and new 
equipment, along with new cardiovascular equipment. 
The aerobics studio will be used for recreational, inter- 
mural, and instructional activities as well as aerobics. 



Epilogue 2 



Index 



A 

Association for Computer Machinery 169 

AlphaSigmaTau 108 

B 

Baseball ...102 

Basketball (Men) 131 

Basketball (Women) 135 

BetaThetaPi 168 

Board of Governors 161 

C 

Campus Design 160 

Career Expo Ill 

Chancellor's Letter 179 

Cheerleaders 119,118 

CircleK 151 

Colophon 6 

Commencement 95-111 

Cross Country (Men) 165 

Cross Country (Women) 164 

D 

DavidJ 134 

Dedication (Richard Waring) 189 

Dr. Cue 149 

E 

Economics Association 150 

Editorial Page 5 

Editor-in-Chief Letter 4 

Eighty Eight Day Ratt 124 

Equestrian 158 

F 

Fiance & Investment 145 

Field Hockey 163 

Fifty Day Ratt 110 

Football 155 

G 

Golf 112 

Graduates 79-43 



Graduate Directory 42-31 

H 

Homecoming 157,156 

Honors Convocation 105, 104 

Harshbarger's Visit 148 

I 

Ice Hockey 125 

Indoor Track and Field (Men) 129 

Indoor Track and Field (Women) 129 

Institutional Leaders 183 

J 

Jimmy Buffet Ratt 147 

K 

King and 1 141 

L 

Lacrosse (Men) 121 

Lacrosse (Women) 120 

Little Shop of Horrors 109 

M 

Masspirg 144 

Memorial (John Cumiskey) 188 

Midnight Madness 154 

MillenniumTimeline 112 

P 

PhiSigmaSigma 139 

Portuguese Language Club 138 

President's Letter 182 

Q 

Quaters for Christmas 142 

R 

Residence Hall Congress 133 



S 

Senior Citizen's Dinner 143 

Senior Honors Recognition Dinner....97, 96 

Senior Pancake Breakfast 101,100 

Sigma Tau Gamma 132 

Skate Night 130 

Soccer (Men) 152 

Soccer (Women) 162 

Society of Woman Engineers 127 

Softball 103 

Spirit Group 126 

SpringBreak 123,122 

Student Activities Board 117 

Student Senate 116 

Swimming and Diving (Men) 137 

Swimming and Diving (Womrn) 136 

SwingNight 146 

T 

Tennis (Men) 113 

Tennis (Women) 153 

Theme Descritption 190 

Torch 107 

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United Brothers and Sisters 106 

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Volleyball 159 



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