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Belmont Abbey College 
Belmont, North Carolina 



Contents 

Orientation 2 

Administration 10 

Faculty 12 

Suites 28 

Directory 43 

Seniors 46 

Activities 66 

Sports 94 

Graduation 130 

Ads 142 

Patrons 156 

Memorium 159 





Orientation 1980 was a meticulously 
planned event in which thirty-nine volun- 
teer student leaders coordinated with ad- 
ministrators and faculty greeted 300 new 
students to the Abbey. This was no small 
task; Orientation '80 greeted the largest 
Freshman class that the Abbey has ever 
seen. This endeavor was surely a credit to 
the admissions staff, but the true feat which 
was achieved was by the residence life staff. 
These new students were not only faced 
with the typical plight of all incoming Fresh- 
men classes preceding them, but because of 
limited on campus housing some rooms 
were tripled. Also, Belmont Abbey being 
once an all male school saw the male to 
female ratio reach one to one proportions 
for the first time in the history of the college. 
The whole orientation program did not 
consist of just eight days but was the culmi- 
nation of months of planning. Three days 
prior to the Freshmen arrival last minute 
preparations were being made by the entire 
orientation staff. 

The scheduled arrival of Freshmen on Au- 
gust 20 between noon and five ran relatively 
smoothly with Abbot Walter conducting a 
slide presentation for the early arrivals and 
their families. As students said their good- 
byes and began settling in, the assimilation 
process into the Abbey community turned 
into full swing. 

Thursday, the second day of orientation 
was an important one, which began with a 
battery of tests to assist each advisor in the 
placement of their advisees. That afternoon 
the orientation program proceeded to the 
gym for a program designed as a vehicle by 
which individuals could discern value clarifi- 
cations and communicate them to their 
peers. 

Friday began the formal academic orien- 
tation with the assembly of faculty, adminis- 
trators, and students in the Abbey Cathe- 
dral. The Freshmen were then divided into 



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groups of approximately twenty, and ac- 
companied by one professor and one up- 
perclassman in order to give the Freshmen 
an idea of what academe at the Abbey is like 
from contrasting perspectives. After lunch 
the Freshmen then went to their respective 
advisors to become acquainted and deter- 
mine from the placement tests what classes 
each student would need in preparation for 
registration the next day. Bingo in the "Haiti" 
was the highlight of the evening activities 
being sponsored by the College Union. 

Freshmen registration brought about the 
finale of the academic orientation and once 
the students had signed up for their classes 
and purchased their books the afternoon 
was left free. A bus tour of Charlotte stop- 
ping at South Park Mall was organized to 
show students the proximity of Charlotte. 

Sunday came as a long awaited solace for 
both the Freshmen and orientation staff 
with Mass and an afternoon excursion to 
Carowinds Amusement Park. 

On Monday during the final arrival of Up- 
perclassmen and subsequent registration, 
the Freshmen were whisked away for a pic- 
nic at Camp Steer, which featured a sun 
filled afternoon of swimming, canoeing, fris- 
bee throwing, and friend making. The next 
day was to hold the long awaited reason for 
the months of planning and anticipation, the 
beginning of classes. 5 



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The Very Reverend Fr. Neil W. Tobin has served 
as President of Belmont Abbey College since June 
1, 1978. As of May 31, 1981, Fr. Tobin will resume 
his pastoral life in his home diocese of Dubuque, 
Iowa. 

During his presidency at B.A.C., Fr. Tobin has 
helped to upgrade many facets of the college com- 
munity; with such changes as a face lift to St. Leo's 
and the new theater in the "Haid". Furthermore, 
enrollment has increased steadily in the past two 
years adding to the solvency of the college. The 
renovation of second floor of the administration 
building was begun during Father Tobin's adminis- 
tration in order to aid in making the learning atmo- 
sphere more comfortable for both students and 
faculty. All of these facts can be concluded as the 
product of a successful administration. 

When Fr. Tobin leaves the college community his 
departure will be felt by all. The community wishes 
him well and the best of luck in his new responsibil- 
ities. 





Fr. Neil W. Tobin 



Reverend John Bradley is the Provost of Belmont Abbey College. Belmont, 
North Carolina. He was appointed to that position in June 1978 after serving as 
President of the school for eight years. 

Fr. Bradley was born in Glasgow, Scotland in 1919 and ordained a priest in 
1944. Two years later he was awarded a seven-year scholarship. He spent the 
first four years of the scholarship at Oxford University and the fifth at Glasgow 
University. 

Fr. Bradley used the funds from the last two years of the scholarship to come 
to America where he was assigned to be an assistant to the late Archbishop 
Fulton Sheen. 

At Sheen's request, Fr. Bradley went to teach philosophy at Belmont for one 
year. But he agreed to affiliate permanently with the school and became the 
acting head of their Department of Philosophy. 

After three years at Belmont, Fr. Bradley went to Montreal, Canada to 
supervise the editing of a French edition of the Bible. The project was a joint 
operation with Grolier Publishing Co., New York and Good Will Publishers, 
and from then on he has been editor-in-chief of Good Will Publishers. 

From the time of his leaving Belmont in 1955 until his return in 1970, he wrote 
and edited some twenty books, the latest being The International Dictionary 
of Thoughts and the ten-volume Catholic Layman's library. 

Fr. Bradley has degrees in philosophy 
and theology as part of his seminary 
background. In addition, he received a 
B.A. and M.A. from Oxford University 
and a Diploma of Education from Glas- 
gow University. 

The Reverend )ohn P. Bradley is now 
Chairman of the Board of Good Will 
Publishing Company. 

The Abbey community wants to 
thank the Reverend lohn Bradley for 
his years of dedicated service and wish 
him much success in his new leader- 
ship responsibilities. 



Fr. John P. Bradley 




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BOARD OF TRUSTEES: Chairman: Mr. Basil L. Whitener, Vice Chairman: Mr. lames G. Babb |r., Secretary-Treasurer: The Rl. Rev. Peler N. Slrasand O.S.B., Rev. 
Oscar Burnett O.S.B., Mr. Robert P. Caldwell, Mr. |. Bynum Carter, Dr. Bonnie E. Cone, Mr. Edward |. Dowd |r., Mrs. Johnnie L. Falls, Rev. Raymond |. Geyer O.S.B., Mr. 
Charles L. Grace, Rev. lohn P. Oetgen O.S.B., Mr. Theodore B. Sumner Jr., Rev. Lawrence R. Willis O.S.B., Dr. Edwin G. Wilson, Mr. George L. Wrenn. 





VICE PRESIDENT FOR BUSINESS AFFAIRS 
Mr. James Washburn 



VICE PRESIDENT FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS 
Dr. J. Patrick Lee 



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VICE PRESIDENT FOR STUDENT AFFAIRS 
Ms. Rose Norman 



VICE PRESIDENT FOR INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT 
Mr. Harry P. Creemers 



ADMINISTRATORS 



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2. 



Fr. Moe West O.S.B.; Direc- 
tor of Resident Life. 
Fr. Francis Forster O.S.B.; 
Data Processing. 

3. Mrs. Jane Freeman; Director 
of Learning Resources. 

4. Fr. Oscar Burnett O.S.B.; Di- 
rector of Campus Ministry. 

5. Br. Gregory Corcoran 
O.S.B.; Counseling Ser- 
vices. 

6. Admissions Office, L-R: Mrs. 
Celia Billings, Mr. Robin 
Roberts, Mrs. V. Campbell, 
Mr. Charles Soma, Mrs. 
Deborah Donoghue, Mrs. 
Yvonne Goforth. 

7. Mr. Gregory J. Hollingshead; 
Director of Alumni. 

8. Br. Xavier J. Haumann 
O.S.B.; Reference Librarian. 

9. Mr. Jack Murphy; Soccer 
Coach. 

10. Fr. Micheal J. Buttner O.S.B.; 
Registrar. 

Mrs. Eileen Dills; Student Fi- 
nancial Aid. 

Mrs. Cynthia H. Heavner; 
Public Relations. 



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DIVISION OF 
PROFESSIONAL STUDIES 

1. Mrs. Angela Blackwood 

Accounting 

2. Mr. Stanly Dudko 

Business and Economics 

3. Mr. Joseph Overton 

Accounting 

4. Mrs. Carol Harkey 

Business and Economics 

5. Fr. Martin Hayes O.S.B. 

Recreational Studies 

6. Mr. Carl Van Orden 

Business and Economics 

7. Dr. Michael Reidy 

Recreational Studies 

8. Mrs. Carol Asbury 

Recreational Studies 

9. Mr. Joseph Graham 

Accounting 

10. Mr. Robert McDonnell 

Business Law 

11. Mrs. Brenda Tyson 

Business 

12. Dr. Veda Doss 

Business and Economics 



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DIVISION OF HUMANITIES 



1. Mrs. Elizabeth Varn 

English 

2. Dr. George Herndl 

English 

3. Fr. David Brown O.S.B. 

Theology 

4. Madam Rahier 

Foreign Language 

5. Fr. Christopher Kirchgessner O.S.B. 

Theology 

6. Dr. Anselm Min 

Philosophy 

7. Fr. Kenneth Ceyer O.S.B. 

Fine Arts 

8. Dr. Ralph Bohn 

Reading 

9. Mr. Simon Donoghue 

Library Science 

10. Dr. Russell Fowler 

English 

11. Fr. Richard Burton 

Theology 

12. Dr. John Plecnik 

Philosophy 

13. Fr. Placid Solari O.S.B. 

Theology 

14. Mrs. Jean Moore 

English 

15. Fr. Lawrence Willis O.S.B. 

Modern Language 

16. Mrs. Elizabeth Turner 

Art Appreciation 

17. Bro. Paul Shanley O.S.B. 

English 

18. Fr. John Oetgen O.S.B. 

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DIVISION OF MATH AND 
NATURAL SCIENCES 

1. Dr. Winslow Hartford 

Environmental Science 

2. Fr. Arthur Pendleton O.S.B. 

Chemistry 

3. Mr. John Hanahan Jr. 

Ceo-Sciences 

4. Bro. Robert Johnson O.S.B. 

Chemistry Lab. Assistant 

5. Fr. Anthony Cahill O.S.B. 

Physics 

6. Mrs. Marilyn Dotson 

Mathematics 

7. Mrs. Starline Judkins 

Mathematics 

8. Dr. Michael McLeod 

Biology 

9. Mr. James Lynn 

Astronomy 

10. Dr. Eunice Cronin 

Biology 

11. Dr. Monica Minton 

Chemistry 

12. Dr. Elizabeth Baker 

Biology 





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DIVISION OF 

BEHAVIORAL 

AND SOCIAL 

SCIENCE 

1. Fr. Raphael Bridge O.S.B. 

History 

2. Dr. Peter Lodge 

Sociology 

3. Dr. Eugene Thuot 

Political Science 

4. Br. Christian Roth O.S.B. 

Psychology 

5. Mr. Keziah 

Computer Science 

6. Ms. Margie Healy 

History 

7. Dr. Frank Murray 

History 

8. Fr. Anselm Biggs O.S.B. 

History 

9. Mr. John Rinciari 

Sociology 

10. Mr. Bob Jones 

Political Science 

11. Mr. John Brenner 

Sociology 








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STAFF 

1. Mrs. Edith Nixon; Registrar's 
Office. 

2. Ms. Kim Starnes and Mrs. 
Ann Camp; Treasurer's Of- 
fice. 

3. Mrs. Virginia Campbell; Ad- 
missions. 

4. Mrs. Kim Brown; Academic 
Dean's Office. 

5. Mrs. Martha Hendren; Ab- 
bot's Secretary. 

6. Mrs. Becky Garner; Science 
Building Secretary. 

7. Mrs. Kathy Ellis; Postmis- 
tress. 

8. Mrs. Dorothy Aycock; 
Bookstore. 

9. Mr. Willie Lowe and Associ- 
ates; Maintenance Depart- 
ment. 

10. "Grandma"; Cafeteria. 

11. Mrs. Dorothy Shaver; 
School Nurse. 

12. "Francis"; Cafeteria. 





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SUITES 



SECTION EDITORS: 



Ruth Schrenker 



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POELLATH DORM 

103 John Falvo, Michael Paoni, James 
Briscese, James Ducklo, Joseph 
Albertson, Vincent Fallon, Bill Taylor, 
John Martin 

101 Dojer James, Michael Carney, Mark 
Ruel, Joseph Logue, Michael Dupree, 
Robert Turner, George Adams 

105 Brian Dowling, Victor Ephrem, 
Anthony Howard, Edward Tuerk, 
Peter Pope, Nicholas Omirly, Donald 
Kovaskitz, Edward Rusbarsky, Alan 
Howard 

102 Joseph Pandolfo, Thomas Normile, 
Domenic Campanile, Matthew 
Murphy, James Henderson, Michael 
Heine 

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POELLATH DORM 

110 Cinthia Stipanovic, Mary Ann 

Mumma, Madeline Hurd, Kimberly 
Lucas, Jeanette DeLorenzo, Ellen 
Wasniak, Monica Bresnahan 

109 Michael Stabile, David Heiss, 

Christopher Ceponis, Patrick Farley, 
David Liskey, Christopher Mastrian 

107 Daniel Duke, Christopher Russell, 
Armando Larrea, Warren Cummings, 
Mark Ferraro, Carl Fuller, Kevin 
Johnson, Robert Richter 

108 James Shannon, James Workman, 
Robert Jude, Brian Booth, Thomas 
Kaiser (Not Pictured) 

106 James Mauro, Robert Williamson, 
Thomas Morrill, Michael Adrian, 
Joseph Mischler, David Lorey N.P. 
Otha Bernard Epps, James Holmes, 
John O'Sullivan, Robert Sullivan 



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POELLATH DORM 

113 Christine Schobelock, Rosemary 
Fantaci, Colleen Boylan, Stephanie 
Wesley, Diane Witkowski, Phyllis 
Banks, Laura Lathrop, Christine Mirro, 
Teri Dennehy 

111 Patricia Walsh, Pamela Heifer, Lynn 
Fragomen, Karen Wright, Vannessa 
Figg, Maureen Miller, Renee Wood 

202 Richard Esposito, John Donlin, Mark 
Lascara, Walter Oates, Stanley Barone 
Jr., Timothy Kowalik, Donald Stankus, 
Charles Connolly 

206 James Martin. Jerome Plummer, 
Cornelius Sullivan, Charles Brady, 
Kevin Cherry, Mark Ousterhout 

112 Samara Belton, Joan Vandenberg, 
Michelle Troscianiec, Veronica Smith, 
Theresa Donnalley, Rebecca Surrat 
N.P., Lynn Ferris, Robin Barto, 
Stephanie Abood 



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POELLATH DORM 

205 Anthony Bahakel, David Eichenger, 

Frederick Barton, Nicola Akras, 

Michael Flynn 
201 Lewis Lowery, Herbert Hunter, 

Thomas Wood, Terence Murphy, 

Robert Collis, Denis Stokes, Russell 

Pulvino, John Pulvino 
204 Harry Helwig, Lawrence Boylan, Bro. 

Paul Shanley, James Ryal 
203 James Takac, Kevin Burke, Wade 

Farrar, Dennis Noble, N.P. Scott Trice, 

Lawrence Lenahan, John Ellmyer 




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POELLATH DORM 

211 Pamela Ellis, Theresa Loesser, Karen 

Van Sickle, Stephanie Bosco, Lisa 

Howell, Kathleen Corelli 

209 Greg Howard, Franklin Johnson, 
David Kershaw, Darryl Lewis, 
Timmigo Burnett, Dempsey Cohen, 
James Reeves, Franklin Pickett 

208 Craig Bates, Stan Parker. John Picinich, 
Warren Cummings, John 
Magierowski, John Regeis, Michael 
Trigiani 

207 John Kemp, David Hayes, Neil 

Swanson, James Cook, Paul Brown, 
David Brumbaugh, Charles Robey, 
Mark Day, John Reed (Not Pictured) 

210 Nicole Lewis, Christal Lusk. Donna 
Bell, Joanne Gormley, Melody 
Dayton, Mary Ann Costello, Patricia 
Rizza, Carey Robbins 



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POELLATH DORM 

212 Wendy Westbrook, Katherine Jones, 
Mary Beth Smith, Kathleen Schulte, 
Suzanne Smith N.P. Rebecca Day, 
Teresa Kean, Ruth Schrenker 

213 Shannon Simms, Amy Booher, Julia 
Wilson, Suzanne White, Vicki Bryant, 
Maryann Hicks, Mary Breunig, Mary 
Walsh 

214 Angela Mannen, Katherine Preston, 
Eileen Jewell, Lisa Birmingham, 
Barbara Manito, Lynn Stephenson, 
Jennifer Rowland, Mary Ciblin 

O'CONNELL DORM 

101 Patricia Rizza, Deartra King, Lisa 
Hughes, Vannessa Glover, Laura 
Schorr, Elizabeth Horan 

102 Ruth Ann Hanahan. Brenda Lucas, 
Nancy Collins, Holly Hasselbach, 
Camilla Raimo, Geralyn Slough, Tracy 
Prather, Kathleen McShea 







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O'CONNELL DORM 

103 Suzanne Rea, Ann Bier, Eileen Moody, 
Angie Florschultz, Mary Healy, 
Brenda Cox 

104 Donna Bagnasco, Nancy Sobanski, 
Susan Rohan, Kathleen Crake, Lisa 
Corbo 

105 Anna Ellison, Joan Heron, Christine 
Rosato, Eileen Cryan, Rosemary 
Heron, Tammi Davis, Maureen 
Sullivan 

108 Dalerie Adams, Karen Martin, Cynthia 
Byrnes, Laura Truesdale, Jeanie 
Brustad, Kelly Johnson 







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109 Donna Diemer, Deborah Rodrigues, 
Beverly Weaver, Kathleen 
Mulholland, Mary Rose Watkins, 
Glen Anne Hoffman 

110 Amy Philbrick, Kimbra Ellis, Marie 
Andrejcisk, Peg Kelly, Clenda 
Gregory, Mary Hughes 

112 Pam Walker, Debbie Moyer, Belinda 
Borders, Mary Bean. Pam Kelly, 
Patricia Walker. Kelli Cox 

201 Joan Hunt, Colleen Zipter. Ann 
Houbrich, Bonnie Fenwick, Mary 
Kuhn 

204 Rhonda Patterson, Rita Patterson, 
Glenda Burnett, Laurie Cameron, 
Pamela Kerr, Janet Jamison, Elizabeth 
Hammonds, Margaret Kelly (Not 
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O'CONNELL DORM 

202 Crystal Lusk, Cynthia Kill, Sarah Bunk, 
Deborah Pane Bianco, Karen 
Fairbanks, Ellen McNamara 

203 Kelly Fitzpatrick, Eileen Connolly, Ann 
Guldan, Candy Floren, Jeannine 
Hagemann, Beatrice Defazio, 
Elizabeth Gannon, Erin Horan 

205 Tamara Lyons, Mary Doll, Kathy Bouk, 
Wanda Barns, Paula Scheuren, Missy 
Rogers, Elizabeth Margolis 

209 Marie Normile, Marie McCann, 
Monita Moore, Sharon O'Connell 
(Not Pictured) 

210 Anna-Marie Carsello (Pictured), 
Bridget Hally, Karen Guagliardo, Julia 
Booth, Moira Hally, Sandra Morgan, 
Jacqueline Peppiatt, Kathleen Patton 
(All Not Pictured) 




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O'CONNELL DORM 

206 Nancy Pekarek, Robin Millner, Mary 
Donley, Janet Koenigsamen, Theresa 
Fordyce, Susan Beall, Laura Perrucci, 
Sharon Kutach 

207 Candy Floren, Kelly Fitzpatrick, Susan 
McMillan, Peggy McDermott, Joanne 
Newman, Cynthia Martin, Jackie 
Miller 

208 Sandy Scales, Tami Crier, Jane Roth, 
Eileen Brown, Patricia Ring 

211 Cynthia Diemer, Judith Probst, Kerrie 
Farren, Sharon Riley, Jane Healy, 
Marilyn McCuire, Maureen 
Donanoe, Mary Zisk, Joanne Green 

212 Patricia Hession, Leslie Black, Suzanne 
Jones, Elizabeth Gunti, Lisa 
Christopher, Colleen Ward, Kerri 
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O'CONNELL DORM 

111 Lori Morton, Jacquelyn Herndon, 
Cassandra Little, Shelia Broome, 
LaDonna Payne, Tracey Dewberry 

214 Catherine O'Connell, Catherine 
Pugsley, Angela Kollar, Mignon 
Tucker, N.P. Ann Tolino, Mary Ellen 
McGlinchy, Janine Prather 











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RAPHAEL ARTHUR DORM 

101 Thomas McKee, Mike Slattery, 
George Charuhas, Michael Yellman, 
Richard Giannechini, Bennet Bolton, 
Thomas Fleming, William Fote 

102 Robert Suozzo, Daniel Malloy, Jeffery 
Avery, Mark Bobbit, Mike Doyle, 
Kevin Mahoney, Joseph Cammarata, 
N.P. Richard Blaes, John Callobre 

103 Martin Clayton, Robert Cartisano, 
Robert Surina, Lorenzo Mclver, John 
Bullis, Michael Carver, David Castelli 

104 Charles Cheaney, Thomas Charla, 
Daniel Gleason, Peter Gilmartin, N.P. 
James Nelson, Martin Clayton, Mario 
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RAPHAEL ARTHUR DORM 

105 Martin Buckingham, Paul Sayan, Dave 
Brown, Jim Magnier 

106 Peter Glen, Paul Keyes, Timothy 
Fahey, John Cullen, Frank 
Coomaraswamy, John Coyle, John 
Corcoran, Gregory Woiiechowski 

107 Thomas Derose, Edward Waugamen, 
Grant Cuthhill, Daniel Danese, 
Francis Ford, Michael Thompson, 
Mark Hansen 

109 Michael Diemer, Daniel Brodersen, 
Vito Barone, Alejandro Arce, James 
Miller, N.P. Peter Doyle, Craig Rorie, 
Luis Lobo, John Monk, Robert 
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RAPHAEL ARTHUR DORM 

108 Daniel Dieterle, Richard Diminich, 
Michael Sijon, John Healy, Shaun 
McCaffrey, John Fanning, James 
Kevany, William Eames (Not Pictured) 

201 Timothy Nicholas, Matt Gordon, 
Daniel Silling, Donald Nutter, Mark 
Cross, Mike Foley, James Gribbon, 
William Capille, Ralph Suarez 

202 Charles Bebber, Antonio Huerta, 
Michael Plante, Thomas Murphy, 
Daniel Gude, Andrew McCaw, 
Timothv Haley, Lawrence Plante 

204 Ike Podlesnv, Richard Einwechter, 
Thomas Kelly, James Kirby, John 
Warmingham, Keith Latterman 






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205 Michael Hagerty, Joseph Pandolfo, 
Matthew Murphy, Thomas Normile, 
Domenic Campanile, Lawrence 
Reidy, Michael Heine, James 
Henderson (Not Pictured) 

206 Samuel Chiappetta, Bob Holtz, John 
Kalagher, Kevin Cotter, Jeffery 
Kauffman, William O'Connell, Keith 
McNeill 

207 Jim Kevaney, Kris Knutstad, Rich 
Devaney, Rich Butler, Rebel, Bill 
Bullis, Hugh Hayes 

208 Kevin Hughes, Todd Richter, Daniel 
Killane, John McHenry 

209 Sterling Lauterbach, James Magnier, 

Robert Tullv, James Loftin, Joseph 
Pearce, Richard Marcoux, Martin 
Barker, Luke Osteen 




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RAPHAEL ARTHUR DORM 

305 Christopher Sullivan, Donald 
DeSanto, Mark Opsaanick, Donald 
Dorsey, Nicholas Johnson, Harry 
Huges 

306 James Walsh, Patrick O'Conner, 
Patrick Costello, Thomas Donavan, 
Michael Leneghan, Edward 
Workman, Warren Murray, John 
Zappala 

307 Todd Richter. Robert Casey, Raymand 
Giovine, Richard Daugherty, Phillip 
Chiarelli, Richard White, N.P. Daniel 
Broderson, Ralph Bonnano, William 
King, Frank Deantonio 

308 Timothy Nicholas, Jerome Whelan, 
Timothy Gelnaw, James Horan, 
Timothy Byrnes, Maurice Medani, 
William McNamara, Jeffery McNulla 

309 Joseph Cryan, Charles McFadden, 
Robert Myers, Cliff Bauer, Phillip 
Chiarelli, Daniel Donaghue, Robert 
Moore, Joseph Martin, Daniel 
Mulreany 







RAPHAEL ARTHUR DORM 

301 Luke Lenahan, Stephen Erickson, Neil 
Mulligan, Christopher Kilgannon, 
Daniel Robinson, Joseph Monley, 
Timothy Lawson, Timothy Matthews 

302 Robert Peterson, Charles McClintic, 
Mark McCullough, Christopher 
Porter, Tony Rossetti, Stephen Bayzik, 
Jeffery Mauney, Billy McAfee 

303 Richard Bier, William Farley, Shawn 
Brooker, Patrick Healy, Gerard 
McDonald, Terrance Schwarz. Clete 
Kresge, Barry Edwards, Timothy 
Carter 

304 Michael Cioffi, Richard Harding, Paul 
Alexander, Joseph Eger, Robert 
McGinley, Miguel Arrieta 










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441 NW 107th Ave, Apt. 104 
Miami. FL 33172 
MR. DARRELL L. AVERY 
14 1 Lahurn Ave. 
Charlotte. NC 28214 
MR. JEFFREY LEE AVERY 
141 l.aburn Ave. 
Charlotte, NC 28214 
MS DONNA BAGNASCO 
4 409 OakclifTe Dr. 
Greensboro. NC 27406 
MR. MICHAEL A. BAHAKEL 
317 — 2nd Ave. North 
Birmingham, AL 35204 
MR. GERRY L. BAILEY 
1810 Eerie St. #463 
Charlotte. NC 28206 
MR. LEE VINCENT BAILEY 
9702 Wildbriar Lane 
Richmond. VA 23229 
MS PHYLLIS ANN BANKS 
Rt. 1. Bo* 674-A 
Davidson. NC 28036 --««;•» 
MS RITA C BARAl SKAS 
30S6 Upland PI. 
Clemmons, NC 2-7012 
MR CARROLL LEE BARGER 
702 llillcresl Ave. 
Gasloma. NC 28052 
MR MARTIN ELMER BARKER 
3534 Stimpson Dr. 
Pfamown. NC 27040 
MS. WANDA SUE BARNES 
8218 Bergerac Dr. 
Jacksonville, FL 32210 
MR. STANLEY BARONE JR 
Box 109 Belmont Abbey Col. 
Belmont. .NC 28012 
MR- VITO BARONE 
7121 Shindler Dr. 
JackBonvilie. FL 32222 
MR FREDERICK M. BARTON 
1923 Fieldcrest Dr. 
Owensboro. KY 42301 
MR. WILLIAM F. BARWICK 
115 Kentberry Dr. 
Charlotte. NC 28214 
MK GEORGE CRAE BATES 
4523 Revere Dr. 
Raleigh. NC 27609 
MR. CLIFF BALER 

14 Karen St. 
W. Babvlon. NY' 11704 
MR. ROGER BAUMCARDNER 
Rt- 1. Bos 226 South Point Rd. 
Belmont. NC 28012 
MR WILLIAM JOSEPH BAXTER 

15 Poplar Street 
Belmont. NC 28012 
MR STEPHEN NATHAN BAYZIK 
5833 Mallard Dr. 
Charlotte. NC 28212 
MR CHARLES BEBBER 
Wfil SW 84th St 
S Miami. PL 33143 

MS ANN C. BEIER 
12IOObecrvatory Ave. 



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Nl 28052 


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25 Shady 


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New Ho, 


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Ponce. PR 00731 



MR. RICHARD FRANCIS BETRES 

Rd. 1. Street Rd. 

Cheater Springs. PA 19425 

MS. LISA A. BIRMINGHAM 

A APES -EUR 

Hanau Grmny APO. NY 09185 

MR. GREGORY SCOTT BLACK 

104 OakridgeDr. 

Charlotte, NC 28216 

MS. LESLIE ANN BLACK 

3110 Suffolk Dr. 

Shelby. NC 28150 



MS I 1 NN ALLISON BLACK 

3110 Suffolk Dr 

Shelby. NC 28150 

MR. RICHARD W. BLAES 

162 ( onnthla Dr. 

New port Neve*, VA 23802 

MR MARK JEFFREY BOBBI1 I 

3682 Hill Br.-exe Rd. 

Virginia K. ,,,-h \ \ 23152 

MK RALPH C. BONANNO 

7 Uom w u > 

West OranKit, NJ 07052 

MS \>n LOUISE HOOHER 

lot I Andalusia Ate 

Coral Cable*, PL 33T3I 

MH BRIAN KEITH BOOTH 



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Nashville. NC 27858 

MS. BELINDA BoRUFRS 

Hi 9. B.m wKBS* 

Shelby. NC 28150 

MS. STEFANIE BOSCO 

2 Sborl St. 

W, Nyack. NY 10994 

MR. MAX HERBERT BOST JR. 

285 8t h \. f , 

Cramerton. NC 28032 

MS KATHLEEN MARY BOCK 

7407 Englewood PL 

Annandale. VA 22003 

MR. JESSE B. BOW EN 

104 Slowe Rd. 

Belmont. NC 28012 

MS COLLEEN ANN BOYLAN 

360 18lh Ave. 

Brick Town, NJ 08723 

MR. CHARLES J. BOYLAN 

87 Chancellor Drive 

Guilderland. NY 12084 

MR. LAWRENCE BOYLAN 



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illderland. NY 12084 

MR. CHARLES M. BRADY 

840 Columbus Ave. 

Phillipsburg. NJ 08865 

MR. PETER C BRAIN 

B Green Meadow Lane 

Huntington. NY 11743 

MS. ALISON JEAN BREADY 

117 Ridgemont Road 

Johnson City, TN 37601 

MS. CHARLTON R, BREEDEN 

900Ceirnsm..re PI. 

Castonia, NC 28052 

MS. SHARE! R BREEN 

4725 Jura Drive 

Charlotle. NC 28212 

MR. KEVIN JOHN BRENNAN 

3627 Sand\ Porter Rd. 

Charlotle, NC 28210 

MS. MONICA ANNE BRESNAHAN 

4 1 Intervale PI. 

Rie, NY 10580 

MS. MARY LYNN BREUMG ~~ 

PO Box 656 

Manteo. NC 27954 

MR. JAMES D. BRISCESE 

86 Holly Ave. 

W. Keansburg, NJ 07734 

MR. DANIEL N HRODERSEN 

8340 Greensboro Dr. #2-219 

McLean, VA 22102 

.MS. SHELIA DENTSE BROOME 

526 Coatner St. 

Mt. Holly. NC 28120 

MR. DAVID T. BROWN 

5843 Lansing Dr. 

Charlotte. NC 28211 

MS EILEEN MARIE BROWN 
5843 Lansing Dr. 
Charlotte. NC 28211 

MR. PAIL WENDELL BROWN 

650 Jennifer Court, Apt. C 

Reidsville. NC 27320 

MR. RICKY DONELL BROWN 

Rt. I, Bos 44 

Seven Springs, NC 28578 

MR. DAVID RALPH BRUMBAUGH 

277 Pains Street 

Doylestown. PA 18901 

MS. JEANN1E C. BRUSTAD 

702 N. Buchanan 

Durham. NC 27701 

MS VICKI LYNNE BRYANT 

Rt. 10. Box 463 

Burlington, NC 27215 

MR MARTIN T. BUCKINGHAM 

1 2500 Exchange Ct. 

Potomac MD 20854 

MR. WILLIAM E. BULLIS 

10308 Hunt Country 

Vienna. VA 22180 

MR JOHN BULLIS 

10308 Hunt Country Lane 

Vienna. VA 22180 k*k*W^ -^axM 

MS. SARAH BUNK 

Rd. 012 

Clifion Park. NY 12065 

MR CHARLES J. BURCH JR. 

2549-H Cherbough Way 

Gaston ia, NC 28052 

MS. GLENDA BURNETT 

103 Juniper Cir. 

Savannah. GA 31406 

MR ROBERT W, BURNHAM JR 

IBMChauneey Lane 

Richmond. VA 23233 

MS. JENNIFER E. BURNS 

134 Cranberry Ave. 

Bay Head. NJ 08742 

MR RICHARD WILLIAM BUTLER 

630 Covered Bridge CL 

Cherry HilL NJ 08034 

MS. CYNTHIA MARY BYRNES 

23 Park Ln. 

Rockville Center. NY 11570 

MR THOMAS V. CALAMAN 

1 08 Poplar Street 

Towanda, PA 16848 

MR JOHN P. CALLOBRE 

2351 SW 23 Ave. 

Miami, FL 33145 

MR. DAVID MARK CAMP 

Rt. 3 2420 Woodleigh Dr. 

Gastonia, NC 28052 



MS. ANN KATHERIN 

KL3 2 120 Woodk-igh Dr. 

tJaaloniu, NC 2805: 

MR. IIOMENIC CAMPANILE I 

109 HuHthnrnc Ave 

Naptur,.- I .is. NJ 077511 

MR. U ii 1.1 \M H CAPII IE 

900 Muple \„- 

Llow....d. NJ 08221 

MR. MICHAEL C CARNEY I 

172-1 Hi.lh Hill Dr 

W.Columbia. St 29189 

MR H \NDEL KEVIN r \hk 
75 NW 4 1 At 
Miami, FT 33127 
MR, PAUL ANDREW C \KHIGAN 
5201 Sterne Ct. 
Fairfax. VA 22030 
MS, ANNA MARIE C.AHSE1 1.0 
726 Coral Dr. 
Nnple*. FL 33940 
MS. JOANNE CARTER 
1802 Glenridge Rd. 
Greensboro. NC 2740". 
MR. ROBERT P. CARTIS ANo 
10647 Keith Road 
Keitbville, LA 71047 
MR MICHAEL COREY t 
741 Wilmington Is. Rd 
Savannah. GA 31410 
MS. JOANNA N. CASE 
829 Arcbdate Drive 
Charlotte. NC 28210 
.MS. SUSAN CASSIO 
126 Chambers Si. 
S. PlainCteld, NJ 0708O 
MR DAVID A. CASTE LI. I 
8 Drexel Ct. 
Boonton. NJ 07005 
MS TRACY E. CEDAR HI R(, 
1401 Juliana PL 
Alexandria, VA 22304 
MR CHRISTOPHER CEPON1S 



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SomverMlle. NJ 08876 

MR. THOMAS F CHAFATELLI 

524 Sherman Ave 

Roselle Pk, NJ 07204 

MR. THOMAS WILLIAM CHARLA 

1 Ocean Ave. 

Larchmonl, NY 10538 

MR. GEORGE CHARUHAS 

8413 Riverside Rd. 

Alexandria, VA 22308 

MR CHARLES A. CHEANEY 

8987 SW 149 Si 

Miami. FL 33176 

MR KEVIN RUSSELL CHERRY 

Box 269 

Gastonia, NT 28052 

MH SAMUEL F CHIAPPETTA MS. JEANETTe'dELORENZO 

969 Hermann Rd 425 77th St. 

N. Brunswick. NJ 08902 jV Brooklyn. NY 1 1209 

MR PHILLIP A CH1AHELLI MS. TERI K DENNEHY 

1330 5th Street J6 12 Shandon Cirri, 



MR JOHN Jl'DECOYLE 

709 Htllcraat Dr 

Cl.-mil.l.'i,, PA 19036 

MS h VI I1LF.EN CRAKE 

268 Waihav, Dr 

Fayette till*. N't 28304 

MS AMANDA C CRAWFORD 

1118 Balthi- Ur 

Gb*Io n. ... M 28052 

MS. EILEEN M. CKYAN 

135Coonatt PI 

8. Oraune, NJ 07079 

MR. JOHBPH PATRICK CRYAN 

135 Connett PI 

8. Orange. NJ 071)79 

MR. JOHN L.CULLEN 

141 Haniploa Rd 

Garden City, NY I 15:10 

MR. WARREN (1 MMINGS 

UOGreylyn Dr. 

Charlotte. \l» 282] I 

MR. GRANT RAMSEY CUTUJLI 

3 Regent PI 

Berkeley Ills, N.I 07622 

MR EDW \ HI » E DAILY 

139-82nd St. 

Brooklyn. N'Y i i 209 

MR. DAM EX r DANES*. 

1846 Sturwatt H. i 
JacksonMlle, 1 [ I12211 

MS DEliORAli 1. DAVIS 

936 Apt I) E..*- 1 "ih Ave. 

Gastonia, NC 28052 

MR. EDWIN SCOTT DWIS 

3053 Earl Ln. 

Gastonia. NC 28062 

MS TAMMI LEIGH DAMS 

6020 Ferndak PI. 

Charlotte. NC 28215 

MR. MARK JOSEPH DAY 

2166 9 350th E. 

Laporte. IN 46350 

MS MELODY DANEE DAYTON 

4521 Glendale Rd 

Dale, VA 22193 

MR FRANK DEANTONIO 

510 7th St. 

W. Babylon, NY 11704 

MR MICHAEL W. DECAMPO 

2702 Millvale Ave. 

Forestville. MD 20028 

MS. BEATRICE DEFAZIO 

33 Forman Ln. 

Englishtown. NJ 07726 

MR KHALID I. DEKHAYEL 

616A Cavalier Ct. 

Charlotte, NC 28205 

MS. MONICA M. DELLEDERA 

210 Cornwallis Dr. 

Lynchburg, VA 24502 



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W. Babvlon, NY 11704 \ 

MS. JULIE A. CHRISTBNBURY 

2423 Trinity Ave. 

Gastonia, NC 28052 

MS LISA ANN CHRISTOPHER 

614 Central Ave. 

Lakewood. NJ 08701 

MR. GREGORY CHRISTOPHER 

108 W 6th Ave. 

Gastonia. NC 28052 V^^P 

MR NICHOLAS JOHN CHUTKO 

2280 Stocker LanejaW •^"^ * 

Scotch Plains, N J 07076 

MR MICHAEL CIOFFI 

6 Yardtey Lane 

Nesconsei, NY 11767 

MR DA\'ID CLAPFY 

2307 NE j 4-3 1 h Ave. 

Ft. Lauderdale. FL 33305 

MR. MARTIN THOMAS CLAYTON 

903 Lexington CL 

Cary. NC 2751 1 

MR. DEMPSEY COHEN 

164 Oakland PI 

Greer, SC 29651 

MS. .NANCY ELLEN COLLLNS 

6703 SW 92nd Ave. 

Miami, FL 33173 

MR. ROBERT H. COLLIS 

Rt. 1, Box 531 Lewis Rd. 

Gastonia. NC 28052 

MR. CHARLES J. CONNOLLY 

265 78th St. 

Brooklyn, NY 11209 

MS. ANGELIA V. COOK 

3 Noberta Way 

S. Jacksonville Beach, FL 32260 

MR JAMES ALFORD COOK 

1022 Tracy Dr. 

Charlotte. NC 28210 

MR. FRANCIS COOMARASWAMY 

201 Otter Rock Dr. 

Greenwich. CT 06830 

MS. LISA MARIE CORBO 

189 Caroljean Way 

Somerville. NJ 08876 

MR. JOHN JOSEPH CORCORAN 

18 Belmont Rd. 

Glen Rock, NJ 07452 

MS TONETTE COSLMANO 

4 Ardmore LN. 
New City, NY 10656 

MS MARY AN N COSTELLO 

21 Comae Rd. 

N. Babylon, NY 11703 

MR PATRICK G. COSTELLO 

21 Comae Rd. 

N. Babylon, NY 11703 

MR KEVIN MICHAEL COTTER 

36 Shadyeide Avenue 

Summit, NJ 07801 

MS. BR END A COX 

2208 Via Luub 

Winter Park. FL 32789 

MS. KELLI ANN COX 

94 Knollwood Drive 

Paramus. NJ 07852 



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le, NC 28134 

MR THOMAS DEROSE 

IO0 Arverne Ave. 

Ocean Gate, NJ 08740 

MR. DONALD R. DESANTO 

6303 Buckhom Rd. 

Greensboro. NC 27410 

MR CARY LEO DESHA1ES 

1916 Law ton Bluff Rd. 

Matihews, NC 28105 

MS. JUDITH ANNE DEVER 

222 — 47tb St. 

Sea Isle City, NJ 08243 

MS. TRACI LYNN DEWBERRY 

PO Box 591 

Henrietta. NC 28076 

MS. DONNA MARIE DIEMER 

310 Vista St. 

Brooksville. FL 33512 

MR. MICHAEL J. DIEMER 

310 VUla S^ i|ajaa>- 

BrookavilhTTL W^Ti. 

MR. DANIEL P. DIETERLE 

11430 SW 1 Cl. 

Plantation, FL 33325 
AIS. EILEEN T ni l Iv; 

2426 Sandlewood Dr. 

Gaalomu. NC 28052 

MS. M\Hi K. DOLL 

POKoi 67 

Patterson. NC 28661 

MS. MAUREEN A. DONAHOE 

27 Price Dr 

Edison. N.J 08817 

MR. JOHN JOSEPH DONLIN 

77 Ira Ave. 

Colonia. NJ 07067 

MS. MARY SHANNON DONLEY 

I 40ii Kingston Ave. 
Alexandra, VA 22302 
MS. THERESA M. DONNALLEY 
4139 Wewtridg* Drive 
Charlotte. NO 28208 
MR. THOMAS VINCENT DONOVAN 
Co Col. R T Donovan USAWC 
Carlise Barracks, PA 17013 
MR DONALD DORSEY 
Fayette 

bell. MD 20770 
MR CHRISTOPHER JOHN DOWD 
4948 Sardis Hd 
Charlotte. NC 28211 
MS. EILEEN MARIE DOYLE 
1763-24 N Second Ave. 
New York. NY 10028 
MR. JAMES MICHAEL DOYLE 
1763- 24 N Second Ave. 
New York. NY 10463 
MR PETER KINNEY DOYLE 
4700 Alclif Dr. 
LyachburR. VA 24603 
MS. MARIANNE DREPS 
5533 S Greenfield Dr. 
Portsmouth. VA 23703 
MR. STEPHEN B. DR1SCOLL 
Box 377, Rt. 4 
Gastonia. NC 28062 
MR, JAMES UDRl/MM 
108 Gaddis Dr. 
Mt. Holtv, NC 28120 



MK, JAMES LEO DUCKI.O 

223I.ak, I | 

Brentwood, TN 37027 

MR. JAMES C. DUCKWORTH III 

Rt 2, Bos 66 

Stanley, NC 28184 

MR DANIEL DUFFY 

Ml v-i-.il. sr 



id Dr. 
NC 28120 

ALL GLENN DUPREE 
I'lu-Bjilf Dr. 
Lamer, NC 27529 
MR WILLIAM EAMES 
64 Sagebrush Lane 
Central lalip. NY 117Z2 
MIL DANIEL BAVIN EDWARDS 
3HS Klmmawick Rd. 
Charlotte. NC 2A21 1 
MR JOSEPH P. 1 i , I ii 

6601 Dr sMaaaaaal 

Laurel, MD 20810 
MR. DAVID JAMES KICHINGEH 
11 Blue Jay Ct. 
Middlctown. NJ 07748 
MR. RICHARD P. EINWECHTER 
985 Monty Rd. 
Toms River. NJ 08753 
MR. KEVIN JAMES ELDRIDGE 
410 Timberlane Dr. 
ML Holly. NC 28120 
MS. PAMELA GAIL ELLIS 
6637 Glenmoor Dr. 
Charlotle. NC 28214 
MS. KIMBRA DIANE ELLIS 
6637 Glenmoor Dr. 
Charlotte, NC 28214 
MS. ANNA CAROL ELLISON 
1213 Edioborough Lane 
Birmingham, AL 35226 
MR JOHN J EM.MYFR 



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MS. TERESA EILEEN ELMORE 

101 West Brookside Dr. 

LincDlnton, NC 28092 

MR. DAVID MAHEK ENGLER 

5324 Gorbam Dr 

Charlotte. NC 28211 

MR MARK R. ERICKSEN 

81 N. Stoughton St. 

Bergenfield, N.J 07621 

MR. RICHARD A ESPOSITO 

Naval Reg. Dental (enter 

Great Lakes, IL 60088 

MR. TIMOTHY F. FAHEY 

33 Fieldslon Rd 

Princeton, NJ 0834O 

MS. KAREN MARIE FAIRBANKS 

2451 Sandalwood Dr. 

Gastonia, NC 28052 

MR JOHN FRANCIS FALVO 

1361 Chaotcloup Dr. 

Heodersonville, NC 28738 

MS. ROSEMARIE FANTAC1 

106 East Randolph Ave. 
Alexandria. VA 22301 

MS. LYNN ANN FARIS 

250 E. Dudley Ave. 

Westfield. NJ 07090 

MR DAVID MICHAEL FARMER 

2401 Jefferson Ave. 

Gastonia. NC 28062 

MR. PATRICK MICHAEL FARLEY 

9001 Patterson Ave. #12 

Richmond, VA 23228 

MS. LINDA LEE FARMER 

Box 88 

N. Belmont, NC 28012 

MR WILLIAM J. FARLEY JR 

1624 Myamby Rd. 

Baltimore. MD 21204 

MR. WADE DOUGLAS FARRAR 

536 Center Church Rd. 

McMurray. PA 15317 

MS. KERRIE FARREN 

2816 Arnold Ct. 

Wichita, KS 67210 



25 S Cadillac Dr. 

Somerville. NJ 08876 

MS. BONNIE JEAN FENWICK 

PO Box 62 

Leonardtowo. MD 20650 

MS SUSAN ANNE FERGUSON 

RL 1. Box 432 

Dallas, NC 28034 

MR. MARC FERRARO 

161 Walton Ave. 

Uaion. NJ 07083 

MS. VANESSA M. FICC 

PO Box 223 

WendelL NC 27591 

MS. GWENETTE MARIE FINNEN 

8813 Katharine CL 

Raleigh. NC 27612 

MS. KELLY FITZPATRICK 

100 Finloy Ave. 

Staten Island. NY 10309 

MR THOMAS F. FLEMING 

430 Archer Rd. 

Winaton-Salem. NC 27106 

MR DAVID MICHAEL PLOREY 

5477 Warwood Drive 

Salem, VA 24163 

MS. CANDY FLOREN 

4129 Greenmcad Road 

Wins ton -Salem. NC 27102 

MS. ANGELA FLORSCHUTZ 

2308 Weal 6lh St. 

Waahinglon. NC 27889 

MR. MICHAEL FLYNN 

2408 Willow St. 

PL Pleasant, NJ 08742 

MR MICHAEL M. FOU 

8021 Tilden Lane 

Rockville, MD 20852 

MR. FRANCIS X. FOHDE 

916 Greenwood Dr. 

Greensboro, NC 27410 




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MR, ROBERT FORDVCE JR. 

139 Emory Ave. 

I rentoo, NJ 0801 1 

MS. THERESA R. FORDYCE 

139 Emor> Ave, 

Trenton. NJ OSfli | 

MR WILLIAM DOMINIC FOTE 

14306 Chesterfield Dr. 

Woodbridge. VA 22191 

MR. ROBERT Q. FOWLER 
58 Highwood Ave. 
Woldwick, NJ 07(63 

MR. DANIEL FOX 

311 Craig St. 

Mi. Hollv. NC 28120 

MR. RICHIE VANN FRANKLIN 

818 I ni'A .,.,.! Rd, 

Gastonia. NC 28052 

MR. TODD JAMES FRANKOWSKI 

504 Stratford Lane 

Somerville. NJ 08878 

MS ROSA DIANE FRANKLIN 

Hi I, Box 166D S. Point Rd. 

Belmont, NC 28012 

MR. CARL ERICH FULLER JR. 

4114 Barcelona 

Tampa. FL 33609 

MS. ELLEN MARIE FULS 

41 Lindnbury Ave. 

Bernardsville. NJ 07921 

MR. FRED G. GALLAGHER 

904 Carolina Ave. 

Gastonia. NC 28052 

MS.KATHLEEN C. GALLAGHER 

18 Roval Wav 

Shoreham, NY 11786 

MS. KAREN MARIE CASKA 

2411 Houston Branch Rd. 

Matthews, NC 28105 

MR MARK HENRY GASKA 

24 I 1 Houston Branch Rd. 

Matthews, NC 28105 

MR. MICHAEL GIANNECCHINI 

6 Kings Grant Rd. 

Clinton, CT 08413 

MR RICHARD J. GIANNECCHINI 

6 Kings Grant Rd. 

Clinton. CT 064 13 

MS. MARY C. CIBLIN 

13 Dohlgren Rd. 

Richmond, VA 23233 

MR. PETER J. GILMARTIN 

383- 15th St. 

W Babylon. NY 11704 

MR. RAYMOND P (.IOVINE 

8521 52 St. North 

Pinellas Pk.. FL 33565 

MR. DANIEL JAMES GLEASON 

120 Cherry Cir. SW 

Vienna. VA 22180 

MR. PETER GLEN 

118 Coolidge Dr. 

Brick Town, NJ 08723 

MS. VANESSA LEE GLOVER 

Rl. 5. Box 185 

Chester, SC 29706 

MS. JANET DEE GOFORTH 

PO Box 295 

Graven NC 28073 

MR. JAMES MARVIN GOLD 

1810 Stanley Hwy. 

Ml. Holly. NC 28120 

MS. JOANNE DAN1S GORMLEY 



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Franklin, VA 23851 

MR PAIL C. COVER 

2353 b||U \ve~^^^^^^^^^^^ m 

S. Ploinfield. NJ 07080 

MR. CHARLES LEE GRAHAM JR. 

106 Vina PI. 

Ml. Holly. NC 28120 

MS, JO ANNE GREEN 

229 Lk. Seminary Cir. 

Mailland, FL 3275) 

MS. Gt.ENDA LEE GREGORY 

816 Rockspring Rd. 

Fayetteville. NC 28304 

MH. JAMES VINCENT CREIG 

10 Imperial Dr. 
Somerville. NJ 08876 

MR. RONALD J. GREIG 

10 Imperial Dr. 
Somerville, NJ 08878 

MR. JAMES F GRIBBON 
54 Rowe Ave. 

I.ynbrook. NY 11563 

MR. JAMES ARTHUR GKONER 

18 Cedar St. 

Belmont, NC 28012 

MS. TERESA GROSE 

309 N. Highland St. 

Gastonia, NC 28062 *A : ifl•>■■& , ■ 

MR. MICHAEL L. GROSE 

309 N. Highland Si. 

Gastonia. NC 280R2 

MR. MARK J. GROSS 

988 Amity Rd. '■&* ■XMSv*' 

Ashcboro, NC 27203 

MR. RICHARD WAYNE GROSE 

309 N. Highland St. 

Gastonia, NC 28052 

MS. NATALIE BETH GUINN 

Box 531 

McAdenvilic. NC 28101 

MS ELIZABETH ANNE GUNTI 

1239 Fruit Cove Rd. 

Jacksonville. FL 32223 

MS JOAN CUTSHALL 

NKMC Ynkska. JAP Bx6B-l813 

FPO Seattle, WA 98766 

MS. DEBORAH M. HAGANS 

118 Roper Si. 

Belmont. NC 28012 

MS. JEANNINE L. HAGEMANN 

■14 Stevenson PI. 

Slaten Island, NY 10309 

MR. TIMOTHY JOHN HALEY 

1233 Folkestone Way 

Cherry Hill. NJ 08034 

MR. JOHN FRANCIS HALL0WELL 

1009 Kensington Ave. 

Gastonia. NC 28052 



MS. BRIDGET HALLY 

5702 Shropshire Ct. 

Alexandria. VA 22310 

MS. MOIRA K. HALLY 

5702 Shropshire Ct. 

Alexandria, VA 22310 

MS. ELIZABETH J. HAMMONDS 

2918 #3 Tacoma Street 

Charlotte, NC 28208 

MS. RUTH ANNE HANAHAN 

107 Woodrush Ave. 

Knoxville. TN 37918 

MR. JOHN P.HANRAHAN 

Rt. 6. Box 554 

Mooresville. NC 28115 

MR. MARK JOSEPH HANSEN 

2249 Winlererest Dr. 

Rock Hill, SC 29730 

MS MARY NANCY HASELDEN 

101 1 S. WeldoD SI. 

Gastonia, NC 28052 

MS. HOLLY J. HASSELBACH 

8315 SW 102nd Ave. 

Miami, FL 33173 

MS, ANN HAUBR1CH 

101 Sprllsbury Ct. 

Clemmons, NC 27012 

MS. SUSAN LEE HAW 

17409 Rocky Gorge Ct. 

Silver Spring. MD 20904 

MS. DEBRA GAIL HAWLEY 

156-F Park Fairfax Drive 

Charlotte, NC 28208 

MH, DAVID C. HAYES 

6903 Northfield Dr. 

Annandale, VA 22003 

MS. MARY MICHELE HAYES 

4)07 Greenhnven Lane 

Gastonia. NC 28052 

MR. HUGH HAYES 

115 Fish Hawk Dr. 

Middlelown. NJ 07748 

MS. JANE C. HEALY, .-. aMMinfH 

2160 Colony Rd. 1 

Charlotte. NC 28209 

MR. JOHN F. HEALY 

123 Circle Ave, 

Charlotte. NC 28207 

MS. MILDRED B, HEATH 

Rt. 5. Bo* 366-B 

Clinton. NC 28328 

MR. MICHAEL EDWARD HEINE 

208 Washington Ave. 
Spring Lake. NJ 07782 
MR. DAVID ROBERT HEISS 

160 Cleveland Ave. 

Rockvllle Centre. NY 1 1570 

MS. PAMELA S. HELFER 

8185 Tidal Rd. 

Norfolk, VA 23518 

MR. HARRY KURT HELWIC 

3710 Millbank Ct. 

Fairfax, VA 22031 

MR. JAMES V. HENDERSON 

617 Berkeley Ave. 

Orange. NJ 07050 

MR. MARK G. HENDR1CK 

758 Old Mill Rd. 

Chapel Hill, NC 27514 

MS. MARJORIE C HENNESSEE 

Rt. 3, Box 214 

Gaatonia, NC 28062 

MS. JACQUELYN D. HERNDON 

508 E. Robinson St. 

Dallas, NC 28034 

MR WILLIAM C, HERNDON 

1410 Pinehurst SU . -a aHaaHBa a Ha - B - BB -_ 

Castooia, NC 28052 

MS. JOAN HERON 

1221 Garfield Dr. 

Dover. DE 19901 

MS. ROSEMARY HERON 

1221 Garfield Dr. 

Dover. DF 19901 

MS. PATRICIA A. HESSION 

51 Cobalt Cross Rd. 

Leviltown, PA 19057 

MR. GREGORY THOMAS HICKMAN 

1736 St. Augustine Ave. 

Fayetteville, NC 28304 

MS. DEBORAH ANN HICKS 

PO Box 961 

Stanley, NC 28164 

MS. MARY ANN HICKS 

Rt. 1, Box 363-B 

Ashland. VA 23006 

MS. VERONICA L. HICKS 

4316 Eagle Dr. 

Knoxville, TN 37914 

MR. ROBERT R. HILKER JR. 

Rt 1. Box 576-A 

Davidson, NC 28036 

MS GLENN ANNE HOFFMAN 

2420 Acadia Street 

Durham, NC 27704 

MR. JAMES DEREK HOLMES 

669 Ponte Vedra Blvd 

IV.nir Vedra B< h . FL 32082 

MR. ROBERT WILLIAM HOLTZ 

110 Manchester Ave 

Kcypori. NJ 07735 

MS. ELIZABETH C. HORAN 

6301 Jeb Stuart Rd. 

Potomac, MD 20854 

MS. ERIN HORAN 

5 Robinson Dr. 

Belhpage. NY 11714 

MR, JAMES THOMAS HORSLEY 

103 Covin Ave. Apt. 2 

Ml. Holly, NC 28120 

MS. JO ELLEN HOUGH 

PO Box 10005 

Atlanta. GA 30319 

MS. CYNTHIA PASOUR HOVIS 

Rt. 2 

Bessemer City. NC 28016 

MR ANTHONY DAVID HOWARD 

856 Cleveland St 

Greenville, SC 29801 

MR. GREGORY D HOWARD 

29 Lurkin Rd. 

Burlington Twp., NJ O8018 



MR. DAVID JONATHAN HOWE 

127 North Main Street 

Belmont, NC 28012 

MR. MURL EDWARD HOYT 

2762 Suburban Dr. 

Elmira, NY 14903 

MR. ANTONIO A HIERTA 

145 N. Spring Trail 

Mailland, FL 32751 

MR. HARRY WILLIAM HUGHES 

708 Brooke Dr 

N. Augusta. SC 2984 1 

MR. KEVIN PATRICK HUGHES 

30 Amelia Circle 

Litllc Silver, NJ 07739 

MS. LISA LYNN HUGHES 

308 Vickery Drive 

Charlotte, NC 28215 

MS. MARY ELIZABETH HUGHES 

2612 Scarlet Rd 

Winter Park, FL 32792 

MS. WENDY SI E HULL 

914 Second Si. 

Northfield. NJ 08225 

MS. JOAN MARIE HUNT 

15 Pueblo Ct. 

Sayvilie, NY 11782 

M.s. MADELINE HURD 

186 Church St. 

Ramsey, NJ 07448 

MR. DONALD HUTCHINSON 

240 Atlanta St. W2 

Gainesville, GA 30501 

MS. JACQUELYN IHNKEN 

Rt. 206 

Bedminsler, NJ 07921 

MR. JEFFERY S INGLE 

308 Green Rd. 

Stanley. NC 28164 

MR. DOJER JAMES 

802 Voss St. 

Winston- Salem. NC ""MUrf mri 

MS. JANET LKL JAMISON 

470 Dekalb Ave. 5 "V. 

Brooklyn, NY 1120ft 

MS. KERRY LAMM JARMAN 

2209 Kings Dr. 

Gaatonia. NC 28052 

MR. JOHN C. JARRELL 

2037RadcIiffe.Av [ 

Charlotte, NC 28207 

MS. EILEEN P.JEWELL 

3043 Prestige Dr 
Clearwater, FL 33519 

MR. FRANKLIN I) JOHNSON 

631 Leigh Ave. 

Charlotte. NC 28205 

MS. JODY ANN JOHNSON 

1317 Sedwlok Rd 

Durham. NC 277 I ;t 

MS. JULIE MARIE JOHNSON 

3500Quarterslaff PI. 

Winston-Salem, NC 27104 

MR. KEVIN JOHNSON 

176 King Arthur Dr 

Lawrencevltle, GA 30245 

MR. NICHOLAS C. JOHNSON 

178 King Arthur Dr SW 

Lawrenceville, GA 30245 

BR, ROBERT H JOHNSON III 

Belmonl Abbey 

Belmont. NC 28012 

MR. HENRY ALAN JONES 

9143-A Spyglass Place 

Charlotte. NC 28214 

MS. SUZANNE MARY JONES 

13T,H3 SW 49 TeTj^aeeeeejjHjB^aeasja 

Miami. FL 33176 

SR PORTER C. JORDAN 

1029 Arose Ave. 

Charlotte. NC 26203 

MR ROBERT B. JUDE 

200 Edge water Dr. 

Coral Gables. FL 33133 

MR PAUL J JUDGE 

5807 ( a bo t wood l.ti. 

Charlotte, NC 29212 

MR JOHN S. KALAGHER 

8609 Fox Run 

Potomac. MD 20854 

MS CAMILLE B. KARNOUTSOS 

3401 N. Charles St. Apt, 609A 

Baltimore, MD 21218 

MR JEFFERY SCOTT KAUFFMAN 

148-92 St. 

Brooklyn, NY 11209 

MS TERESA ANNE KEAN 

1009 Ridge St. 

Albemarle, NC 28001 

MS LAURIE ANNE KELLY 

9 Hobia Rd. 
Somerville, NJ 08870 

MR JOHN FRANCIS KELLY 

6339 Cavalier Corridor 

Falls Church, VA 22044 

MS. PAMELA FRAN KELLY 

486 Monroe Ave. 

Wcstwood, NJ 07676 

MS. MARGARET R. KELLY 

414 Crescent Ave. 

Hendersonville, NC 28739 

MR. THOMAS A. KELLY 

RD s| 266-A Ca nal Rd. 

Princeton. NJ 08540 

MR. WILLIAM GERARD KELLY 

1 589 Kllleen Dr. 

Pasadena, MD 21122 

MS ANNE LOUISE KELSO 

3772 Sugar Spring Rd. 

Gastonia, NC 28052 

MR JOHN PATRICK KEMP 

5505 Minion Street 

Springfield. VA 22151 

MH ALLEN MARTIN KENDRICK 

2107 Twin Ave. 

Gaatonia, NC 28052 

MR WILLIAM C. KENNEY III 

2134 Sagamore Rd. 

Charlotte, NC 26207 

MS PAMELA KERR 

116 Silver LakeRd. 

Staten Island, NY 10301 

MR. CHRISTOPHER KILGANNON 

10 Robin Hood Lane 
New City. NY 10958 



MS. CYNTHIA JEAN KILL 

17 Sulgrave Rd. 

Savannah, GA 31406 

MR. DANIEL ROBERT Kill AM-. 

1091 E. Madison Ave. 

Stuart. FL 33494 

MS. DEARTRA JASMINE KING 

7982 Janna Lee Ave. #203 

Alexandria. VA 22306 

MR. WILLIAM JOSEPH KING 



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Toms River. NJ 06753 

MR. JAMES PATRICK KIRBY 

1121 Aspen Dr. 

Toms River. NJ 08753 

MR. GREGORY E. KI6ER 

Rt. I, Box 374 

Stanley. NC 28184 

MR. GREGG R. KLOSENER 

1326 Devonshire Dr. 

Fayetteville. NC 28304 

MR. JOHN C. KOEN1G 

112 Bunn Dr. 

Rocky Ml.. NC 27801 

MS. JANET KOENIGSAMEN 

2811 Falcon Ave. 

Medford. NY 11783 

MR. DONALD P. KOVASCKITZ 

303 S. Main Street 

Hope Mills, NC 28348 

MR. TIMOTHY F. KOWALIK 

130 Vetlerleln Ave. 

Trenton. NJ 08619 

MR. ROBERT T. KOTl'LA JR. 

412 E. Wilkinson Blvd. 

Belmont, Nl 28012 

MS. MARY HELENE LALLY 

1807 Phillips Drive 

Medford. NY 11763 

MR. ARMANDO LARREA 

9125 SW 05 St. 

Miami, FL 33173 

MR. MARK J. LASCAR A 

9600 Wells Parkway 

Norfolk, VA 23503 

MS. LAURA K. LATHROP 

Bloody Brook Rd. 

Amherst, NH 03031 

MS. TARA KELLEY LAUGHLIN 

Route 1, Box 260 

Gastonia. NC 28052 

MR. ROBERT LAURIE 

15 Roger Ave X&;. 

Lincrort. NJ 07738 

MR- WILLIAM D. LAWRENCE 

3724 St. Regis Drive 

Gastonia. NC 28052 

MR. TIMOTHY MICHAEL LAWSON 

102-C Isley St. 

Chapel Hill. NC 27514 

MS. BHENDA JILL LEAL 

704 Roundlree Dr. 
. Fayetteville, NC 28303 

MS. LOUISE S.LEE 

1 13 Qui in- . v 

Belmont. NC 28012 

M9. KATHLEEN R. LEMMA 

1618 C Flynnwood Drive 

Charlotte, NC 28205 

MR. LARRY MARK LENAHAN 

837 Main St. 

S. Ambov. NJ 08879 

MR. MICHAEL T. LENEGHAN 

10 Plaze Rd. 

Flanders, NJ 07836 

MR. DARRYL ANTHONY LEWIS 

7730 ijremiwnl St. ■ - z. ■ 

Landover, MD 20785 

MR. DAVID SCOTT LISKEY 

608 Pine Tree Circle 

Va. Beach, VA 23462 

MS. CASSANDRA ANNE LITTLE 

713 Tabor Ct. 

Asheboro, NC 27203 

MR. LUIS CONZALO LOBO 

220 West Pine St 

Llneolnton, NC 28092 

MS. THERESA ANN LOESSER 

5390 Windy Cl. 

Troy, MI 48098 

MR JAMES RAY LOFT1N 

2349 Hayloft O. 

Charlotte, NC 2821 I 

MR. JOSEPH PATRICK LOGUE 

321 W. 16th St. 

Ship Bollom, NJ 08008 

MR. BERRY LAMAR LONG 

823 W. Davidson Ave 

Gastonia, NC 2H052 

MR. BILLY WAYNE LONG 

615 W. Martha Ave 

Gaatonia, NC 28062 

MR. KENNETH DOUGLAS LONG 

7631 Lasater Rd 

Clemmons, NC 27012 

MS. JOHNNIE FALLS LOWRY 

401 North Central Ave. 

Belmont. NC 28012 

MS. KIMBERLY ANN LUCAS 

Rd. 2. Box 318-D 

Whitehouse Sta.. NJ 08889 

MS. CHRISTAL FAITH LUSK 

783 Hemlock. » H 

Union, NJ 07083 

MR. JAMES ROSS LYNN 

1422 Cambridge St. 

Gastonia, NC 28052 

MS. TAMARA ANN LYON 

610 Hollows Circle 

Deerfteld Beach. FL 33551 

MR. JOHN W. MAGIEROWSK1 

153 H lllcrest Rd. 

Wntchung, NJ 07060 

MR. JAMES ANTHONY MAGN1ER 

384 Grove Rd. 

South Orange. NJ 07076 

MS. MARY ALICE MAHAN 

4726-A Jura Drive 

Charlotte, NC 28212 

MR. KEVIN P. MAHONEY 

RFD 2. Spruce Mt. Dr. 

Putnam Valley. NY 10576 

MR. DANIEL ROBERT MALLOY 

3616 9an Jose Blvd. 

Jacksonville. FL 32207 

MS. BARBARA MANITO 

7331 SW 34 St. 

Miami, FL 33156 



MS. ANGELA MAUREEN MANNEN 

3879 Water Oak Way 

Doravllle. GA 30340 

MR. RICHARD ALAN MARCOUX 

3321 SW 38tb St. 

Hollywood. FL 33023 

MS. ELIZABETH C. MARGOLIS 

1608 Euclid Rd. 

Durham. NC 27713 

MR. CARL McKINLEY MARLER 

2181 Ridgewood Dr- 

Gastonia. NC 28052 

MS. CYNTHIA ELAINE MARTIN 

2865 River Oak Dr. 

Orange Park. FL 32073 

MR. JAMES DANIEL MARTIN 

113 E. Palm Rd. 

Wildwood Crest, NJ 08260 

MR. JOHN ARTHUH MARTIN 

42 Jodie Rd. 

Framingham, MA 01701 

MS. KAREN L. MARTIN 

1629 Cove Creek Lane 

Knoxville. TN 37919 

MR. STEVEN D. MARTIN 

103 Abernathy Si 

Ml. Hollv, NC 28120 

MR ROGER DEAN MARTIN 

2428 Mlddleton Drive 

Gastonia. NC 28052 

MR CHRISTOPHER E. MASTRIAN 

87 Willow Ave. 

N. Plainfield, NJ 07060 

MR. TIM MATHEWS 

2405 Twin Lake Rd. 

Virginia Beach. VA 23454 

MS. KELLY ANN MAUGER 

22 Grant St. 

Dover, NJ 07801 

MR. JOSEPH A. MAL'NEY JR. 

Rt. 2. Box 230 _, ^ 

Gastonia, NC 28052 

MR. JEFFREY SCOTT MAUNEY 

735 E. 3rd Ave. 

Gastoma. NC 28052 

MR. BILLY H. McAFEE 

400 Chapman Rd. 

Greenville. SC 26605 

mr. james McAllister 

923 Highland Rd. 
Sharon, PA 16146 

mr. shaun m. McCaffrey 

1112 Went wood 

Camden, AR 71701 

MR ANDY E. McCAW 

102 Red Bay Dr. 

Longxvood, FL 32750 

MR. CHARLES A. McCLINTIC 

1142 Daleview Dr. 

McLean. VA 22102 

MS. KAREN L. McCRARY 

730 CoIIette Dr. 

Charleston, SC 29412 

MR. TONY REID McCRAW 

415 Stanley Rd. 

Dallas, NC 28034 

MR. MARK E. McCULLOUCH 

1369 W. Sedgefield Dr. 

Winston-Selem, NC 27107 

MR. TIMOTHY K, McDANIEL 

307 S. Trenton St. 

Gaston. NC 26052 

MS. MARGARET M. McDERMOTT 

12 Cindy Lane 

Highland Mills, NY 10930 

MR. GERARD M. McDONALD 

466 Chestnut St. 

Kearny. NJ 07032 

MR. CHARLES M. McFADDE 

91 Dover Si. 

Newark, NJ 07106 

MR. ROBERT V. McGINLEY 

Old Fair Haven Tpke. Rd. #2 

Whitehall, NY 12887 

MS MARY ELLEN McGLINCHY 

20 Plymouth Ave. 

Maple wood, NJ 07040 

MR DAVID VINCENT McGUIRE 

1 4 5 Broom sedge Ct. 

Athena, GA 30606 

MR JOHN McGUIRE 

24 25 King St. 

Alexandria, VA 22301 

MS. MARILYN A. McGUIRE 

2425 King St. -Jmeaaa^aaaaaxttl 

Alexandria, VA 22301 

MR. JOHN F. MclfENRY 

3704 Ave. J 

Brooklyn, NY 11210 

MR. LORENZO McIVER 

1615 Eleanor St. 

Savannah, GA 31401 

MR. THOMAS STEPHEN McKEE 

16712 Bethayera 

Derwood, MD 20855 

MR. JOHN E. McLOUGRLIN 

90- B Wertman Ln. 

Loudonville. NY 12211 

Ms. nancy McMillan 

1205 Oakwood Ave. 
Gastonia, NC 28052 

ms susan e. McMillan 

1020 Pinocrest tiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaKai 

Forest Park, GA 30060 

MS. ELLEN M. McNAMARA 

2053 Siesta Lane 

Orlando, FL 32804 

MR. KEITH McNEILL 

85 Manor Dr. 6- A 

Newark. NJ 07106 

MR- JEFFERY ANDREW McNULLA 

1103 PrisciUa 

Alexandria, VA 22308 

MR. THOMAS P. McNULTY 

19 Phillips St. i*5 

Lowell, NC 28096 

MR. MAURICE A. MEDAN1 

2000 S. Eada St. 

Arlington, VA 22202 

MS. KAREN FAYE MELTON 

4125 Joyceton Si. 

Charlotte, NC 28208 

MS JACQUELINE A. MILLER 

447 Rose Lane 

Raleigh, NC 27610 



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MB JAMES DOUGLAS MILLER 

\ 02-2 Garrison Rd 

Teaneck. NJ 07666 

MS. MAUREEN B. MILLER 

1022 Garrison A s ,- ■ 

Teaneck. NJ 07666 

MS. ROBIN r. MIULNER 

603 Charleston Kd 

Ml. Laurel, NJ 080B4 

MS. CHRISTINE MIRRO 

II E. Charles Si 

Naouet. NY 10864 

MR. JOSEPH M MiSi III 1H 

7210 Hilltop Kd. 

Upper Darby, PA 19082 

MRS. MIS* VOFRAD 

Rt. 6. Box 383 

Lincoln too. NC 28092 

MR. JOSEPH PAIL MONLEY 

801 W. 122nd Ave 

Tampa. PL 33612 

MS. PATRICIA ANN MOORE 

34 PitmM Ave. 

Ocean Grove. NJ 07756 

MR. ROBERT DANIEL MOORE 

HOT Chestnut Si 

Wilmington. NC 26401 

MS. SHERYL ANNETTE MOORE 

905 W ftih Ave 

Gastom*. NC 28052 f • 

MS. SANDRA A. MORGAN 

1 Brixton PL 

Neptune, NJ 07753 

MR. THOMAS F MORRILL 

89 Malvern Rd 

Stamford. CT 06905 

MR. THOMAS D MORROW 

318 Tuckaaev-iiee Rd 

Charlotte. NC 28206 

MS. G1NA LORI MORTON 

PO Box 306 |Sfc»7 v ■». 

Granite Quam. NC 28072 

MR. STEPHEN WARD MOS: 



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MS DEBBIE ANN MOVER 

321 Woodland Dr. 

N. Augusta, SC 2*641 

MS. KATHLEEN A. MULHOLLAND 

116 Wiodsail Dr. 

Holden Beach, NC 28462 

MR. NEIL DAVID ML'LLIGAJS 

912 Ptve Points Rd. 

Virginia Beach. VA 23454 

MS. MARY ANN MUMMA 

2 Willow Ave. 

Lsrchmont, NT 10536 

MR JOHN ROBERT MURPHY 

1601 Hwy. 275 

Stanley, NC 2S164 

MR. MATTHEW MURPHY 

461 Tawny Thrush Kd. 

Nnugatuck, CT 06770 

MR. TERENCE M. MURPHY* 

1736 Jackson Street 

Hollywood, PL 33023 

MR. THOMAS R. MURPHY JR. 

6450 Scott St. 

Hollywood. FL 33024 

MR. WARREN E. MURRAY JR. 

3913 Lincolnshire St. 

Annandale, VA 22003 

MR. ROBERT WALTER MYERS 

380 Main St. 

Ridgefleld Park, NJ 07660 

MR. CHRISTOPHER NASH 

5315 Glenbrier Dr. 

Charlotte. NC 28212 

MR. BRIAN PATRICK NEILSON 

3200 Tiverton PL 

Charlotte. NC 28215 

MS. JOANNE T. NEWMAN 

1319 Kingscross Dr. 
Charlotte, NC 28211 
MR. TIMOTHY A. NICHOLAS 

160 Cliff Rd. 

Brick to w n. NJ 08723 

MR. WILLIAM G. NIVENS 

1317 Princeton Ave. 

Gaatonia. NC 28052 

MR. THOMAS M. NORM1LE 

78 Lake wood Ave. 

Keansburg, NJ 07734 

MR. DONALD E. NUTTER 

2906 Glendale 

Knoxville. TN 37917 

MR. WALTER M. OATES JR. 

Rt. 2 

Brevard, NC 28712 

MB. MICHAEL J. O'BOYLE 

7526 Whisileslop Rd. 

Charlotte, NC 28210 

MR. VINCENT P. O'BRIEN 

112 furlough Rd 

Up Saddle River, NJ 0745S 

MS. CATHERINE OCONNELL 

234 Beach 123 St. 

Rocknway Pk.. NY 11694 

MR WILLIAM T. O'CONNELL 

23-4 Beach 123 St. 

Belle Harbor. NY 11694 

MR. PATRICK J. O'CONNOR 

2B14 W.Meredith Dr. 

Vienna. VA 22180 

MR. NICHOLAS H OM1RLY 

13 Barnard Dr. 

Wilmington. NC 28405 

MS. LISA ORBAND 

8228 Danbury Ct. 

Norfolk. VA 23618 

MS. AMELIA ANNE ORDEL 

Rt. 3. Box 567 

Madison Heights. VA 24572 

MR. JORGE LUIS ORJUELA 

Avenida 13 #87-81 

Bogota Colombia, So. Amer 

MR. MARK OSTERHOUT 

6139 N. WHIowhavea Dr. 

Durham, NC 27712 

MR. JOHN B. O'SULLIVAN 

41-52 54th St. 

Woodside. NY 11377 

MB. MICHAEL D. PAHUTSKI 

Rt 4, Box 80 

Gastooia, NC 28052 



MR JOSEPH I) PANUOLFO 

RR 1, Box 31 

Swedesboro, N.l 

MS. DEBORAH I'ANKBIANCO 

61 Eaton Rd. 

Borden town, N.I 08505 

MR. MICHAEL PAON1 

3021 Cllffdoto Hd 

Favciirvllle. NC 28303 

MS. TR1NA HUMS PARKER 

Rt. 7, Boa 782-1 

I in. ..Int. mi M 28092 

MR JEFEREY S. PATTERSON 

IO0W Union Terr 

Gaatonia, NC £8052 

MS. RITA FAYE PATTERSON 

1138 Midway l>r 

Gastonia, NC 28052 

MR. JOHN THOMAS PATTON 

3 Carol St. 

Lynbrook. NY 1 1563 

MS. KATHLEEN ANN PATTON 

5906 Ryder A>e. 

Charlotte. NC 28211 

MS. LADONNA LYNNE PAYNE 

226 Brickyard Rd 

Aahevilte, NC 28806 

MS. BARBARA I) PAYNE 

2612 Lamina Ave 

Charlotte, NC 28208 

MR. DAVID T. PAYSEUH JR. 

112 Falrea Ave 

Belmont, NC 28012 

MS. NANCY J, PEKAREK 

409 Kenilworth Rd 

Stateaville. NC 28677 

MR. DAVID A. PENNINGTON 

406 Gaston Ave 

Belmont, NC 28012 

MS. JACQUELINE F PEPPIATT 

400 Lillle E Neck Rd 

Babylon, NY 11702 

MS. LAURA JEAN PERRUCCl 

94 N. Auten Ave. 

Somerville. NJ 08876 

MR. RICHARD PERRY 

10815 Clearbrook Circle 

Strongsviile. OH 44136 

MR. JOSEPH N. PETRILLI 

1319 San Ignscio 

Coral Gablea, FL 33146 

MR. DEMPS PETTWAY 

Rt. 2.721 Oakwood Ln. 

Gastooia, NC 28052 

MR. WILLIAM LUTHER PFAFF 

8631 Deerwood 

Charlotte, NC 28214 

MS. AMY LYNN PHILBRICK 

44 Filner Ave. 

N. Tonawands, NY 14120 

MR. SCOTT F. PHILIPP 

Hilaod Dr. 

Belle Mead. NJ 06602 

MR, JOHN MARTIN PICINICH 

516 Prospect Ave. 

Dumont, NJ 07628 

MR. ROBERT J. PIOTROWSKI 

23 Honeysuckle Ln. 

Kings Pk., NY 11754 

MR. LAWRENCE D. PLANTE 

105 Live Oak Lane 

Altamonle Spgs„ FL 3270) 

MR. MICHAEL CLARK PLANTE 

105 Live Oak Lane 

Altamonte Spge.. FL 32701 

MR. JEROME J. PLUMMER 

67 Gardner St. 

Johnstown. PA 15905 

MR. CHRISTOPHER PORTER 

1709 Flynnwood Dr. 

Charlotte. NC 28205 

MS. JANINE M. PRATHER 

1237 Weatbrook Dr. 

Sunnv Hills, FL 32428 

MS. TRACEY J. PRATHER 

1237 Westbrook Dr. 

Sunny Hills, FL 32428 

MS. CATHERINE R. PRIVETTE 

Rt. 1, Box 1030 

Indian Trail NC 28079 

MS. JUDY E. PROBST 

1945 Laurel Lane 

Gastonia. NC 28052 

MS. CATHERINE ANNA PUGSLEY 

6604 Bav Tree Lane 

Fells Church, VA 22041 

MR. JOHN RAYMOND PULVINO 

7 Rhonda Terr. 

S. Farmingdale. NY 11736 

MR. RUSSELL J. PULVINO 

7 Rhonda Terr. 

S. Farmingdale, NY 11735 

MR WILLIAM PYLES 

296 N Edge moot Ave. 

Gastonia, NC 28D52 

MR JOSEPH A. QUARELLA 

9200 Sard is Forest Dr. 

Matthews, NC 28105 

MR. JOHN QUINN IV 

Rt. 2, Box 788 

Bessemer City, NC 28016 

MS. PATRICIA ANN QUIRE 

3008 Downing St. 

Shelby. NC 28150 

MS. CAMILLA M. RAIMO 

16 Sherwood Ln, 

Wyckoff, NJ 07481 

MR. JAMES KEITH HANDLE 

638 Carolina Ave. 

Gastonia, NC 28052 

MS. SUZANNE M. REA 

2125 Dilworth Rd. E. 

Charlotte, NC 28203 

MR. JAMES FRANKLIN REEVES 

Rt. 1. Box 222-D 

Belmont. NC 28012 

MR. JOHN ANTON REGEI8 

3608 Johnny Cake Lane 

Cbarlotte, NC 28211 

MS. ANTOINETTE S. Reaye 

222 46 St, 

Sea Isle City. NJ 08243 

MR. JOHN S. RICHARDS 

8623 Bee Tree Cjr. 

Matthews, NC 28105 



MR ROBERT JOSEPH RICHTER 
6656 Diane Rd 
Jacksonville. FL 32211 
MR. TODD RICHTER 

3307 Bo nl a Rd. 

S. Plninfleld, NJ 07080 
MS. PATRICIA ANN RING 

Bx. 1651 Country Ukx. 
Browns Mills. NJ 08015 
MR MICHAEL P RIORDAN 

4 12 - 5th Ave. 
Belroar. NJ 077 Itt 

MS, PATRICIA XNNERIZZA 

Kd. 2, Box 412. Rt 301 

Cold Spring, NY 10516 

MS- CAREY J KOBB1NS 

2514 King St. 

Alexandria. VA 22301 

MR WILLIAM F. ROBERTS JR. 

1206 Reatberloch Dr. 

Gastonia, NC 28052 

MR. CHARLES WALTER ROBEY 

14938 Groynont Dr 

Centreville.VA 22020 

MR. PETER J ROBINSON 

10 Gary Ct. 

Scotch Plains, NJ 07076 

MS. DEBORAH KODRIGUES 

8973 SW 49 St. 

Cooper Citv, FL 33328 

MR CHARLES V. ROGERS 

5325 Airport Dr. 

Charlotte. NC 28208 

MS. MICHELLE L, ROGERS 

1639 Bluemont Ave. 

Roanoke, VA 24015 

MS. SUSAN ROHAN 

1709 Swannanoa Dr. 

Greensboro, NC 27110 

MS. CHR1STIUA LEA ROSATO 

52 Merrywood Dr. 

Birmingham, AL 35214 

MR. CRAIG D ROR1E 

2420 Acadia St. 

Durham, NC 27704 

MR. TONY ROSSETTI 

Rt. 1. Box 348-D Dogwood Tr. 

Eairburn, GA 30213 

MR MICHAEL ANTHONY ROSSI 

583 Cardamon Dr. 

Virginia Beach. VA 23462 

MR. KEVIN L, ROWE 

Rt. 1. 2102 Bircbcreat Rd 

Dallas. NC 28034 

MS. JENNIFER ANN ROWLAND 

736 Seabrook Pkwy. 

Jacksonville, FL 32211 

MS. CHERYL DENISE RUBY 

Rt. I, Box 399P. Redwood Ln. 

Gastonia, NC 28062 

MR MARK PAUL HUEL 

Rt. I. Box 5178 

Newport. ~NC 28570 

MR CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL • 

6380 SW 105th St. 

Miami, FL 33156 

MS. KAREN THERESE RY'AL 

7516 Blaise Trail 

McLean, VA 22101 

MS. TERRI LEA SADLER 

PO Box 84 

Alexis. NC 28006 

MR. PAUL ANDRE SAYAN 

3924 Muddy Creek Rd. 

Edgewater, MD 21037 

MS. PAULA JEAN SCHEUREN 

1320 Monterey Blvd. NE 

St. Petersburg, FL 33704 

MS. CHRISTINE SCHOBELOCK 

5632 Callander Dr. 

Springfield. VA 22151 

MS. LAURA SCHORR 

4812 Eaatwind Rd. 

Virginia Beach, VA 23464 

MS. RUTH MARIE SCHRENKER 

3404 Calumet Dr. 

Orlando. FL 32810 

MR. THOMAS B. SCHRUM 

10 Parkview Dr. 

New Brunswick, NJ 08901 

MS- KATHLEEN M. SCHULTE 

600 Bill more Way, ApL 708 

Coral Gables, FL 33143 

MS. JULIA L. SCHUVART 

7 Upper Dr. 
Huntington, NY 11743 

MR TERRENCE J. SCHWARZ 

823 Little Shilo Rd. 

West Chester, PA 19380 

MS. BARBARA ANN SCHWEINER 

3044 Ml. Vernon Drive 

Gastonia. NC 28052 

MS. ANA SONNIA SEAT 

10925 Hilton Dr. 

Charlotte. NC 28214 

MR. ADNAN A. SHADE EN 

5509-5 Nortfaslream 

Charlotte. NC 28208 

MR. JAMES P. SHANNON 

8 Duncan Court 
Medford. NJ 08055 

MR. THOMAS P. SHEFFIELD 

2335 Toussaint Ave. 

Savannah. GA 31404 

MS. CYNTHIA SHERRILL 

Rt. 3, Fernwood Foreat #15 

Lincolnton. NC 28092 

MR ERIC THOMPSON SHIRKBY 

6512 Grove Pk. Blvd. 

Charlotte, NC 28215 

MR MICHAEL LOUIS S1JON 

602 Piralico Rd. 

Greenville, SC 29607 

MR. DANIEL R. SILLING III 

10101 Logan Dr. 

Potomac MD 20854 

MR. RICARDO M. SIMMONS 

PO Box 6342, Wolff Road 

Nassau, Bahamas 

MS. SHANNON R. SIMMS 

3415 Hawthorne Ave. 

Richmond, VA 23222 

MS. TERESA M. SIMPSON 

2403 Mnlolte Lane 

Gastonia, NC 28052 



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MR. JOSEPH M SLATTERY 

6705 Vanessa Dr. 

Lanhara, MD 20801 

MS. MARY BETH SMITH 

115 Pettaoglll St. 

Southern Pines, NC 28387 

MS. SU2ANNE MARIE SMITH 

31 16 St. JohniAve. 

JncksoovlU*. PL 32205 

MS. VERONICA DENISE SMITH 

3629 Sargeant Dr. 

Charlotte, NC 26210 

MR WILLIAM H SMITH 

2002 N Stafford St 

Arliniiion. VAS2207 

MS. NANCYSOBANSKI 

Rt. 10, Box PC37 

Hiekorv. NC tgti 

MR. JOHN A, SOCARI 

400 I.Und Dr. 

Key Biscavne. PL 331 

MS. RE/AN snt M w 

166 Lskeshore Rd. N 

Denver. NC 28037 

MRS. NAOMI HOPPER SOST 

PO Box 2384 

Gastooia, NC 28052 

MS. CAYLE H. SPANGLER 

317 Dogwood Lane 

Belmont, NC 28012 

MR MICHAEL STABILE 

208 Grove St. aaw^s— ^— 

Somerville. NJ o8876 

MR. WILLIAM t;ERALDSTAHL 

6211 NW lesiin-i 

Sunrise. FL 33313 

MR DONALD E. STANKUS 

507 Park PL 

Rockv Ml„ Nt 27801 

MS. KIMBERLYANNSTAHNES 

1 Pleasant St 

Belmont. NC 28012 

MS GERALYNNE E. STEPHENSON 

I I 1 I Tyrone Ct N 

St. Petersburg. FL 33710 

MR. DENIS MICHAEL STOKES 

14 Baltusrol PI. 

Summit, NJ 07901 

MR. WALTER SUAREZ 

4472 Maple Lear Ln. 

Charlotte, NC 28208 

MR CHRISTOPHER C. SULLIVAN 

3927 Bradenton 

Greensboro, NC 27406 

MR. CORNELIUS SULLIVAN 

604 N. Atlantic Ave. 

Beach Haven. NJ 08008 

MR. JOHN T SULLIVAN 

980 Greenhill Blvd. 

Toms River, N J 08753 

MS. MARGARET E. SULLIVAN 

4716 Edge wood Dr. 

New Bern. NC 28660 

MS. MAUREEN ANN SULLIVAN 

421 Eastgate Rd. 
Ridgewood, NJ 07450 

MR ROBERT M. SULLIVAN 

480 E. Mass Ave. 

Southern Pines, NC 28387 

MR ROBERT SUOZZO 

23 S. Lilburn Dr. 

Garnerville, NY 10923 

MR ROBERT C. SURINA 

600 W. Glebe Rd. 

Alexandria. VA 22305 

MS. REBECCA LEE SURRATT 

2777 NE 24th St. 

Lighthouse Point, FL 33064 

MS. DEBRA ANN SWINSON 

1317 Fox Run Dr 

Charlotte, NC 28212 

MR. JAMES E. TAKAC JR. 

Rt. 2. Box 18 l-i. 

Fletcher, NC 28732 

MS. VIVIAN LEIGH TATE 

6516 Idlewitd Rd. No. 7 

Charlotte, NC 28212 

MR. BILLY WAYNE TAYLOR 

422 Player Dr. 

High Point, NC 27280 

MRS. MARY H. THOMAS 

Hi 3, Box 1325 

Hnntersville, NC 28078 

MR. GEOFFREY A. TIERNEY 

59 Elmwood Terr. 

Wayne. NJ 07470 

MS. ANN TOLINO 

7 S, Girard St. 

Woodbury. NJ 08096 

MS. CYNTHIA LYNN TRANTHAM 

S04 N. Oakland St. 

Dallas, NC 28034 

MS. SCOTT L. TRICE 

PO Box 231 

Stuarts Draft. VA 24477 

MR MICHAEL TRIGIAN1 

20 West 2nd St. N 

Big Stooe Gap. VA 24219 

MS. MICHELLE TROSCIANIEC 

128 Pecan Lane, Rt. 5 

Salisbury. NC 28144 

MS. LORI ANN TRUESDELL 

5313 W 250th N 

LaPorte, IN 46350 

MS. MIGNON RENEE TUCKER 

136 Pinelaod Cr. 

Raleigh. NC 27606 

MR ROBERT J. TULLY 

6518 Wheeler Dr. 

Charlotte, NC 28211 

MR. ROBERT TURNER 

RED 1. Box 126 

Mattituck. NY 11962 

MR STEVEN ALAN TURNER 

4301 Foicroft Rd. 

Charlotte. NC 2821 1 

MS. JOAN E. \ ANDENBERG 

2358 Havana Dr. 

Clearwater. PL 33616 

MS. KAREN VAN SICKLE 

14 Hialeah Ave 

Middletow-n, NJ 07748 

MR. ANTHONY J. VICINANZA 

220 Front Ave, 

Brentwood, NY 11717 

MS. PAMELA WALKER 

Rt. 6. Box 224-D 

Shelby. NC 28160 



MR JAMES WILLIAM WALSH 

640 I 4th Si, 

Weal Babvton, NY 11704 

MS. MARY THEHESE WALSH 

4112 Slonemool Dr. 

Lilburn, GA 30247 

MS. PATRICIA WALSH 

4112 SKin.-mi.nl Dr. 

Lilburn. GA 30247 

MS. COLLEEN M WARD 
120 Roanoke Dr. 
I.,m» Kiver, NJ 06753 

MR. MILES EDWIN WAKE 

59 1 6 P«w Creek Rd. 

Charlotte. NC 28214 

MR. JOHN J. WARMINCHAM 

122 Henry St. 

N. Massapequu, NY 11758 

MR PALI. WILLIAM WARNER 

1041 Five Forks Rd. 

Virginia Bench, VA 23456 

MS. MARY ROBE W ATKINS 

921 Second SU 

Northfield, NJ 08225 

MR. RONALD MARCUS W ATKINS 

800 Carolina Avo. 

Lowell. NC 28098 

MR Al OREL JACK WATSON JR. 

1690-A Lyobaven Dr. 

Gastooia, NC 28052 

MR EDWARD ERIC WAUCAMAN 

1632 University Dr. 

Durham. NC 27707 

MR. CHRISTOPHER R. WEBER 

605 Stanley PI. 

Rivervale, NJ 07675 

MR WILL WEILL III 

2310 Pamela St. 

Gastonia. NC 28052 

MS. BEBE R WELLS 

Box 454 

Lowell. NC 280HH 

MS. KERR1SI E WENDT 

Route 7, Box 460 

Fairview, NC 28730 

MS. STEPHANIE J. WESLEY 

1O90 S. W. 32 Street 

Ft. Lauderdale. FL 33315 

MS. WENDY L. WESTBROOK 

3301 Sunnybrook Dr. 

Charlotte. NC 28210 

MR. JEROME PATRICK WHELAN 

112 Ariel PI. 

Brick Town, NJ 08723 

MR RICHARD B WHITE 

7904 07 Westhaven Dr. 

Huntsville, AL 35802 

MS. SUZANNE MARIE WHITE 
4412Culbreath Ave. 
Tampa. FL 336<>9 
MS. DONNA ELAINE WILCOX 
Rl. 2. Box 243 
Gastonia, NC 26052 
MR. JOHN ARTHUR WILLES 
20 1 g Burgandy Dr. 
Charlotte. NC 28213 
MR. DENNIS T. WILLIAMS 
3814 Fauquier Ave. 
Richmond, VA 23227 
MR. EDWARD LEE WILLIAMS 
Box 196,8th St. 
Newtonville. NJ 08346 
MR MARIO OLANZA WILLIAMS 
PO Box N-696 
Nassau, Bahamas 
MR. ROBERT WILLIAMSON 
37 Allonwood PI. 
Yookers. NY 10710 
MS. BETTY S. WILSON 
2434 Sandlewood Dr. 
Gastonia, NC 28062 
MS. JODI ANN WILSON 
201 Horsely Ave. 
Belmoot, NC 28012 
MS. JULIA ELIZABETH WILSON 
5655 Roswelt Rd„ NE R-8 
Atlanta, GA 30342 
MS. KELI.I DAWN WILSON 
903 Soulhwood Dr. 
Kinga Mtn., NC 28086 
MS KAREN DENISE WILSON 
1011 Vancouver Lane 
Gastonia, NC 28052 
MS. DIANE M. WITKOWSKI 
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RD 2. Box 385. Lakehurst Ave. 

Jackson, NJ 08527 

MS. RENEE MAUREEN WOOD 

713 Earl of Chesterfield 

Virginia Beach, VA 23454 

MR. THOMAS J. WOOD 

1154 Crestbrook Dr. 

Charlotte. NC 28211 

MR EDWARD THOMAS WORKMAN 

225 S. Washington Ave. 

Moorcslown, NJ 08057 

MR. JAMES L. WORKMAN 

225 S. Washington Ave. 

Mooreslown, NJ 08057 

MS. ELLEN J. WOZN1AK 

Box 204 Cedar Grove Rd. 

Mullica Hill, NJ 08062 

MS. KAREN YVETTE WRIGH 

713 N. Morris St. 

Gastonia, NC 28052 

MR MARK ANDREW Wi'AT* 

14039 Woody Point Road 

Charlotte. NC 28211 

MR. JOSEPH THOMAS WYKLE 

Rt. 1. Box 301C 

Dallas. NC 28034 

MR. MICHAEL L. YELLMAN 

8507 Stable Dr. 

Alexandria. VA 22308 

MR. JOHN ZAPPALA 

27 Meadow Rd. 

Peanaville, NJ 08070 

MS. BARBARA MARY ZAPPON 

6852 Bergen PI. 

Brooklyn, NY 11220 

MS. COLLEEN MARIE ZIPTER 

3400 Milnaven Rd. 

Winston-Salem, NC 27106 

MS 7 . MARY PAULINE ZYSK 

32 Winfield Ct. 

Norwalk, CT 06855 





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Ms. Eula Kathryn Armstrong 
Accounting 

Mr. Darrell L. Avery 
Accounting 

Ms. Eileen T. Dills 
Accounting 

Mr. Stephen B. Driscoll 
Accounting 

Ms. Susan Anne Ferguson 
Accounting 

Ms. Gwenette Marie Finnen 
Business 

Ms. Teresa Grose 
Biology 

Mr. John P. Hanrahan 
History 

Ms. Faye E. Harris 
Business 

Ms. Kathy English Holt 
Business 

Mr. John Butler Houser 
Accounting 

Mr. John C. Koenig 
Business 

Mr. Timothy Michael Lawson 
Biology 

Ms. Kathleen R. Lemma 
Biology 

Mr. Roger Dean Martin 
Recreation 

Mr. Timothy K. McDaniel 
Accounting 

Ms. Nancy McMillan 
Business 

Ms. Catherine R. Privette 
Accounting 

Mr. Joseph A. Quarella 
Sociology 

Mr. Michael Anthony Rossi 
English 

Ms. Cynthia Sherrill 
Accounting 

Mr. Earl Swayney 
Accounting 

Mr. Anthony J. Vicinanza 
Chemistry 

Ms. Mary T. Whetstine 
Business 

Ms. Betty S. Wilson 
Recreation 




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Mr. Clyde Lee Arrowood 

Rt.6, Box 121 

Lincolton, N. C. 28092 

Major: Accounting 



Mr. Kevin F. Anderson 
2023 Riviera Pkwy. 

Pt. Pleasant, N. J. 08742 
Major: Accounting 



Ms. Linda Gale Adams 

P.O. Box 615 

Lowell, N. C. 28098 

Major: Accounting 






Mrs. Eleanor Beasley 

Box 442 

Gastonia, N. C. 28052 

Major: Sociology 



Ms. Mary Karen Bean 

15 Plymouth Dr. 

Massapqua.N. Y. 11758 

Major: Special Education 



Ms. Susan Marie Beall 

9936 Cottrell Terr. 

Silver Spring, Md. 20903 

Major: Education 



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Mr. Richard J. Bier 

Rt. 1, Box 10 

Bent Mountain, Va. 24059 

Major: Distribution Management 





Mr. Patrick Llovd Bisese 

5300 High St. W. 

Portsmouth, Va. 23703 

Major: Environmental Science 




Mr. Don M. Bogdanowicz 

9104 Burchfield Dr. 

Oak Ridge, Tn. 37830 

Major: Art 




Mr. Daniel E. Boehling Jr. 

2341CastlebridgeRd. 

Midlothian, Va. 23113 

Major: Political Science 



Ms. Julia Lynn Booth 

400 Abe scon Blvd. 

Absecon, N.J. 08201 

Major: Biology 




Mr. Mohamed S. Braima 

P. O. Box 34262 

Charlotte, N.C. 28234 

Major: Biology 



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Mr. Shawn Brennan Brooker 

406 Halifax Dr. 

Fayetteville, N. C. 28303 

Major: Business 





Ms. Cynthia C. Burnett 

4430 Crowder Crest Drive 

Gastonia.N.C. 28052 

Major: Business 




Ms. Laura E. Cameron 
8308 Manavista St. 

Jacksonville, Fl. 32211 
Major: Accounting 




Mr. Timothy M. Byrnes 

23 Park Lane 

RockvilleCtr., N. Y. 11570 

Major: Business 



Mr. Timothy W. Carter 

700 Archdale Dr. 

Charlotte, N. C. 28210 

Major: Business 




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Mr. Robert Edward Casey 

149 Prospect Ave. 

Edison, N.J. 08817 

Major: Business 






Ms. Kathleen Ann Corelli 

11 Steven PI. 

Jackson, N. J. 08527 

Major: Art 



Mr. Eugene Clyde Collins 

4331 Andy Lane 

Gastonia, N. C. 28052 

Major: Business 



Ms. Carol Beaty Coley 

Rt. l.Box 1590 

Belmont, N. C. 28012 

Major: Biology 






Mr. Daniel J. Donoghue 

30 Bayberry Lane 

Levittown, N!\*. 11756 

Major: Business 



Ms. Cynthia Diemer 

310 Vista St. 

Brooksville, Fl. 33512 

Major: Education 



Mr. John Matthew Crowley 

1516 E. Washington Ave. 

South Bend, Ind. 46617 

Major: Business 



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Mr. Brian James Dowling 

7 Birch Ave. 

Hazlet, N.J. 07730 

Major: Business 



Mr. Richard J. Dougherty 

31 Newell Rd. 
Auburndale, Mass. 02166 
Major: Political Science 



Mr. Andrew T. Doris II 

2321 Kings Way 

Augusta, Ga. 20904 

Major: Business 






Mr. Stephen G. Erickson 

14 Jewell Place 

Old Bridge, N.J. 08857 

Major: Business 



Mr. Victor Louis Ephrem 

6611 Nathan Drive, North 

Jacksonville, Fl. 32216 

Major: Accounting 



Mr. Ron E. Durrance 

Rt. 6, Box 248 

Gastonia, N. C. 28052 

Major: Business 




Mr. Vincent N. Fallon 

3700 Amy Ct. 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 27106 

Major: Accounting 





Mr. Diego Garcia 

8901 S.W. 64th Court 

Miami, Fl. 33156 

Major: Political Science 




Mr. Joseph C. Giampetro 

906 Chews Landing Rd. 

Voorhees, N. J. 08043 

Major: Chemistry 



Mr. Timothy M. Greene 

210 West Madison St. 

Wytheville, Va. 24342 

Major: Business 




Ms. Tami Renee Grier 
4212LaBreaDr. 

Charlotte, N. C. 28216 
Major: Business 



Ms. Ann Soane Guldan 

300 North Main Street 

Hudson, Oh. 44236 

Major: Education 



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Mr. John James Hart 

Ring Neck Road 

Remsenburg, N. Y. 1 1960 

Major: Business 





Ms. Mary Frances Healey 

117 Grant Ave. 

East Rockaway, N. Y. 1 1518 

Major: Business 




Mr. James T. Horan 

8 Oregon Ave. 

Hazlet, N. J. 07730 

Major: Political Science 




Mr. Paul V. Heretick 

812 Cedar Level Rd. 

Hopewell, Va. 23860 

Major: Business 



Mr. Alan Michel Howard 

859 Cleveland St. 

Greenville, S. C. 29601 

Major: Business 




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Mr. Herbert T. Hunter 

3663 High wood Dr., S.E. 

Washington, D. C. 20020 

Major: Business 



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Mr. Thomas M. Kaiser 

119 Larkspur Cir. 

Durham, N.C. 27713 

Major: English 



Ms. Kathryn Anne Jones 

2914 Alvarado Ave. 

Jacksonville, Fl. 32217 

Major: Recreation 



Mr. Alan Richard Jones 

12200 Fleming Lane 

Bowie, Md. 20715 

Major: Business 






Mr. David Lee Kershaw 

P.O. Box 192 

Wellford, S. C. 29385 

Major: Business 



Mr. William Gerard Kellv 

1589KilleenDr. 

Pasadena, Md. 21122 

Major: Biology 



Ms. Pamela Fran Kelly 

466 Monroe Ave. 

Westwood, N. J. 07675 

Major: Accounting 





Mr. Michael E. Kowalewski 

P.O. Box 131 

Belmont, N.C. 28012 

Major: Chemistry 



Ms. Angela Marie Kollar 

412 S.Dixon St. 

Cary, N.C. 27511 

Major: Biology 



Mr. Paul Alan Keyes 

6405 Wrenwood Ave. 

Raleigh, N.C. 27607 

Major: Business 






Ms. Dolores Willis Love 

102 Peach tree Street 

Belmont, N. C. 28012 

Major: Accounting 



Ms. Sharon C. Kutach 

2624 Amesbury Rd. 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 27103 

Major: Sociology 



Ms. Mary E. Kuhn 

4214 Mayflower Dr. 

Norfolk, Va. 23508 

Major: Sociology 



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Mr. Lewis Maurice Lowery 

Rt. 1, Box 242 

Stanley, N. C. 28164 

Major: Sociology 





Ms. KatherineLowry 

411 Collier St. 

Gastonia, N. C. 28052 

Major: Sociology 




Mr. Philip Marchese 

21 Lorijean Ln. 

E. Northport, N. Y. 11731 

Major: Business 




Ms. Brenda Jean Lucas 
24 Springview Dr. 

Parsippany, N. J. 07054 
Major: Recreation 



Mr. Michael G. McManus 

251 Beach 132nd St. 

New York, N. Y. 11694 

Major: Business 




Ms. Gail E. Miedzinski 

Bayside Rd. 

Compton.Md. 20627 

Major: Sociology 



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Ms. MonitaMarcella Moore 

1107 Chesnut Street 

Wilmington, N. C. 28401 

Major: Business 



Ms. Eileen Moody 

4 14 Brighton Ave. 

Spring Lake, N. J. 07762 

Major: Recreation 



Mr. John Stephen Monk 

47 River Road 

Denville, N. J. 07834 

Major: Recreation 






Ms. Molly Adele Mullis 

P.O.Box 164 

Belmong, N.C. 28012 

Major: Business 



Ms. Carolyn Mullally 

Rt. 4, Box 209 

Mooresville, N. C. 28815 

Major: Recreation 



Ms. Ellen Marie Mulholland 

136 Russell Rd. 

Fanwood, N. J. 07023 

Major: Recreation 



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Ms. Karen Rene Noel 
4025 Sherbrooke Dr. 

Charlotte, N. C. 28210 
Major: Recreation 





Mr. Kevin S. Ocheltree 

318HighlandDr.,Apt. #7 

Mt. Holly, N. C. 28210 

Major: Business 



Mr. Stan Larue Parker 

Rt. 2, Box 337 

Hillsborough, N. C. 27278 

Major: Business 




Mr. John LukeOsteen 

162 Glen Cannon Rd. 

Pisgah Forest, N. C. 28768 

Major: Psychology 



Mr. Joseph F. Pearce 

16 Country Club Dr. 

Neptune, N. J. 07753 

Major: History 




Mr. Franklin Pickett Jr. 

127 Ward St. 

Lagrange, Ga. 30240 

Major: Business 



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415 Mayflower Dr. 
Norfolk, Va. 23508 
Major: Recreation 





Ms. Katherine M. Preston 

5420 La Cour Monique 

New Orleans, La. 70114 

Major: History 



Ms. Debra Joann Rick 

743 South Main St. 

Mt. Holly, N. C. 28120 

Major: Political Science 




Mr. Lawrence John Reidy 

5 Scholer Dr. 

Union Beach, N. J. 07735 

Major: Business 



Ms. Sharon E. Riley 

581 E. Marlin Ct. 

Gretna, La. 70053 

Major: Biology 




Mr. Daniel J. Robinson 

10 Gary Court 

Scotch Plains, N. J. 07076 






Mr. Edward Rusbarskv 

131 West St. 

Colonia, N. J. 07067 

Major: Business 



Ms. Karen Therese Ryal 

7516 Blaise Trail 

McLean, Va. 22101 

Major: Business 



Ms. Jane Leslie Roth 

108 Milford Lane 

Durham, N. C. 27713 

Major: Recreation 






Ms. Geralynn C. Slough 

1942 Montclair Dr., N.W. 

Roanoke, Va. 24019 

Major: Accounting 



Ms. Elizabeth Shaw 

710 Blackwood Ave. 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 27103 

Major: History 



Ms. Sandra Marie Scales 

409 Wall St. 

Meriden, Ct. 06450 

Major: Business 



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Mr. Ralph Suarez 

488 Kingsley Ct. 

Toms River, N. J. 08753 

Major: Business 





Mr. William R. Suffern III 

One Pennroad Ave. 

Trenton, N. J. 08628 

Major: Business 




Mr. Robert J. Toomey Jr. 

P. O. Box 6833 

Richmond, Va. 23230 

Major: Business 




Ms. Elizabeth C. Temple 

313 Sandalwood Dr. 

Richmond, Va. 23229 

Major: Special Education 



Mr. Edward J. Tuerk 

3742 Rustic Lane 

Jacksonville, Fl. 32217 

Major: Business 




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Mr. Joseph E. Martin 

103LakeledgeDr. 

Williamsville, N. Y. 14221 

Major: Business 






Mr. Jorge Luis Orjuela 

8810 Fontainbleau Apt. 317 

Miami, Florida 

Major: Business 



Ms. Kathy English Holt 
224 Grandin Rd. 
Charlotte, N.C. 
Major: Business 



Ms. Mary T. Whetstine 

2611 Sheffield Drive 

Gastonia, N.C. 

Major: Business 






Ms. Beverly Berry 

Rt. 3, Box 432 
Bessemer City, N.C. 

28016 



Mr. Christopher Putnam 

Rt. 2, Box 271 

Shelby, N.C. 

Major: Accounting 



Mr. Gary Douglass Ballard 

Rt. 3, Box 554 

Lincolnton, N.C. 

Major: Business 



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Belmont Abbey 
College Union 






The Belmont Abbey-Sacred Heart College 
Union, more affectionately known as 
"BASH", was founded In 1968. The two 
schools were small, and the need for mutual 
socializing was apparent. As the years pro- 
gressed, student populations grew, and the in- 
dividual campus needs changed with the 
times. Early in September 1980, internal ten- 
sions began to rise within the partnership. Di- 
vorce soon became the only recourse. 

On October 1, 1980, the Belmont Abbey Col- 
lege Union ("BACU," baa koo) was born. And 
it was a magnificent birth. Its president, Jim 
Briscese, was faced with quite a challenge — he 
had to build a strong campus organization, 
keeping the activities moving smoothly, being 
responsible for his administrative duties, an- 
swering the communitle's questions, while re- 
maining a "nice" guy. Most people would say 
he did It all rather well. 

The fall semester brought folks like Janet 
Koenigsamen, Laura Perrucci, Rae Mlllner, 
Judy Probst, and Jack Martin, under the di- 
rection of Sally Baynton, who all were instru- 
mental in programming a series of events 
which filled the weeks with a blanket concert 
by PLUM HOLLOW, a Casino Night, a jazz 
concert with PROJECTIONS, author-lecturer 
Jeremy Rifkin, rollerskating, bowling and a 
series of ten first-run movies ... to name a 
few. Fall weekend's theme "Oktoberfest," 




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presented the autumn months with a German 
flavor, a "Saurkraut" band . . . Grand Father 
Mountain Cloggers, and the semiformal. Ka- 
ren Van Sickle worked long and hard, slept in 
on Sunday after the weekend, and then started 
plans for the spring semester's big weekends 
on Monday. The Christmas Dance presented a 
fine finale of the fall semester with a visit 
from Santa (alias Gene Nutter) and his elves, 
and a hope for a traditional tree planting by 
the union. 

As first semester has its dramatic changes, 
second semester would follow suit. Tim Law- 
son and Joe Albertson were elected to the gov- 
erning board for the Co-Curricular and Re- 
creation Committees. In January, BACU was 
fortunate to coordinate Fred Storaska's pre- 
sentation on HOW TO SAY NO TO A RAPIST 
AND SURVIVE, a blanket concert, Michael 
Brown's lecture on toxic waste, co-sponsored 
the production of MASH, Winter Weekend . . . 
a traditional Spring Weekend, blanket con- 
certs, bingo, we could go on . . . and it did . . . 
Come the end of February, elections were held. 
After tense campaigning between four friends, 
Janet Kocnigsamen would be the next Presi- 
dent, and Karen Van Sickle the Vice Presi- 
dent. A potentially tragic year ended in on a 
good note, and with the energy to begin the 
plans for 1981-88. 



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Bridget Hally, Karen McCrary, Mary Lally, Karen Bean. 




SENATE: Robert Casey, Richard Dougherty, David Brumbaugh, Michael Rossi, Joseph Albertson, Jr., John McGuire, Terrl Dennehy, 
Raymond Glovlne, Christine Schoebelock, Tonette Coslmano, Jane Healy, Stephen Erickson, Daniel Robinson, Mary Alice Mahan, 
John Kalagher, Moira Holly, Denis Stoker, Mr. Eugene Thuot, Moderator. 

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Bottom Row; L-R: Sandy Scales, Dan Duke, Mr. Dudko. 2nd Row: Russel Pulvino, John Picinich, Stan Parker, John Regeis John 
Magierowski. 3rd Row: Keith McNiel, James Mauro. 





COUNCILING CENTER STAFF: Jenny Rowland, Br. 
Gregory Corcoran, Angela Wheeler, Director of 
Counciling Services 



Students interested in working on the staff 
as peer counselors should contact Br. Gregory 
or Angie Wheeler. 



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KARATE CLUB COORDINATORS: David Brumbaugh, Paul Brown, 
Anthony Bahakel 




SENIOR STAFF 



WABY STAFF 



John Monk 
Tim Lawson 
Tony Bahakel 
Joe Pandolfo 
Peter Pope 
Don Stankus 



Program Director 
Music Director 
News Director 
Office Manager 
Production Director 
Chief Announcer 



Tim Lawson 
Joe Pandolfo 
Janet Koenigsaman 
James Briscese 
Rae Millner 
Laura Perrucci 
Laurie Tollman 
Rick Esposito 
Chip Cheaney 
David Castelli 
Robert Fordyce 



Paul Grover 
Paul Brown 
Jay Kalagher 
Mike Farmer 
Moira Hally 
Angie Kollar 
Don Stankus 
Tony Bahakel 
Peter Pope 
Lee Bailey 



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SPIRE 



I would like to state one irrefutable fact and that is a success- 
ful yearbook is the reflection of the campus community. I will 
admit there are many disappointments that go into the publi- 
cation of a book but when the final proofs arrive the satisfac- 
tion is more than a material achievement. I realize that this is 
not the ideal publication but it reflects the interests and pur- 
suits of many. A yearbook is not of primary importance after 
Graduation or at year's end but five years later. It is a collection 
of memories, including the tears, excitement, and joy all of 
which are remembered by the glimpse of a familiar place and 
its respective faces which make it almost real. 

This is in part my feeble attempt to give of myself to Belmont 
Abbey. I hope this tradition is carried further and I hope others 
will continue to express themselves even in the event it may be 
unpopular. It is the few who dare to be different and the few 
who are open minded enough to listen that makes a yearbook 
a reality. 




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Abbey Players 



Congratulations are In order for the Ab- 
bey Players who, under the direction of Si- 
mon Donoghue, took a dynamic plunge to 
the forefront with this past year's produc- 
tions. The casts of "Godspell," "Hadrian 
VII," "Mash," and "Shadowbox" all de- 
serve recognition. Each performance was a 
feat of organization and production both on 
and off the stage. 




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THE PHOENIX 
CLUB 



The former TKE's are so called due to a temporary 
loss of their chapter, which they hope to regain in the 
near future. The loss was caused by a slow enrollment 
into the organization and a lag in funds in the past 
years. 

However the tides have turned as the group proved 
this past year. The brothers and the little sisters (who 
are the former group of the Order of Diana ). United to 
temporarily form the Phoenix Club. With an increase 
in membership, of four girls and twelve guys, the 
group put in an industrious year. Their goals are to 
regain their chapter and acquire a new house for their 
organization. Through everything from a paper drive 
to bagel sales, they watched their bank account grow. 

The group's activities were not only limited to pur- 
suing their own Interests but; in following their an- 
nual tradition they spent All Saint's Day hosting a 
Halloween party for the retarded children at Holy 
Angels Nursery. Other community services include, 
staging and participating in a basketball game with 
the Mary Nelson Center children, working with the 
Charlotte Jaycees loading and unloading donations 
to Goodwill Industries, and participating in the spe- 
cial Olympics sponsored by the college. 

The Organization's persistence and spirit will 
surely guide them to achieve their goals. 





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Members: 
Alex Arce 
Vito Barone 
Patrick Bisese 
Rebecca Breen 
Angela Florschutz 
Paul Heretick 
Alan Jones 
James Miller 
Eileen Moody 
Suzanne Rea 
Antoinette Resye 
Paul Stamoulis 
Antonio Suarez 
Barbara Zappone 
William Kelly 
Geoffrey Tierncy 
Kelly Fitzpatrick 
Karen Martin 
Daniel Broderson 
Judith Dever 



New Members: 
Richard Bctres 
Susan Cassio 
Thomas Charla 
Nicholas Chupko 
Michael Cioffi 
Charles Connolly 
Brenda Cox 
Peter Doyle 
Mark Erickson 
Robert Fowler 
Jeannine Hagemann 
JoEllen Hough 
James McAllister 
Walter Oates, Jr. 
Scott Philipp 
Peter Robinson 



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PI KAPPA THETA: Front Row: Jeanette Delorenzo, Karen Ryal, Jack Warmingham, Kevin Cherry, Peter Braun, Mary Ann Dreps, 
Cami Raimo, Julie Schuvart, Ann Bier, Chuck McFadden, Dan Boehling. 2nd Row: Diego Garcia, John Crowley, William Smith, 
Mary Alice Mahan, Dan Silling, Robert Toomey, Catherine O'Connell, Kevin Cotter, John McLoughlin, Bro. Paul Shan Icy. 




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ALPHA PHI OMEGA 

Alpha Phi Omega has existed on the 
B.A.C. campus since 1967. A. P.O. func- 
tions as a service fraternity with pro- 
jects both on and off campus. Twice this 
year the A. P.O. Brothers and the Sis- 
ters of Rho Mu worked together in Red 
Cross Bloodmobile drives. A dunking 
booth was set up at fall weekend with 
the profits going to charity and the 
dunking going to B.A.C. faculty and ad- 
ministrators. The brothers also work 
in conjunction with a local Boy Scout 
troop. 

As mentioned the sisters of Rho Mu 
is also service oriented with some pro- 
jects being done jointly with the broth- 
ers and others independly. Like the 
brothers the sisterhood consists of 
girls from both B.A.C. and Sacred 
Heart College. Some sister organiza- 
tion's projects include the Aquathon 
for Cerebral Palsy, sponsoring projects 
for the elderly and disabled, and polic- 
ing both campuses' litter. 





Front (1st Row lying down) Suzanne Smith. 2nd Row — Lisa Christopher, Stefanie Bosco, Moira Hally, Anna-Marie Carsello, 
Wendy Hull, Rose Smith. 3rd Row - Karen VanSickle, Bridget Hally, Julie Booth, Sandy Morgan, Vansessa Figg, Rae Millner, 
Suzanne Spence, Kitty Preston. 4th Row — Terry Triano, Kathy Kimbro, Sharon Kutach, Liz Shaw, Terry Fordyce, Jodi Wilson, 
Jennifer Burns, Camille Karnoustos, Gail Mcdinski, Eileen Brown, Eileen Jewell, Angle Kollar, Mary Rose Watkins, Charlotte 
Sappenfield. 



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Gene Nutter 

Ralph Suarey 

Danny Robinson — Secretary 

Joe Albertson — 1st V.P. 

Jim Brlscese — Treas. 

Mike Bogdonowlez — Historian 

Bill Ahearn 

Russ Pulvlno 

len — Sergeant at Arms 




Mark Hendricks 

Tim Lawson 

Bill Capllle 

Tom Wood 

Luke Lenahan — 1st Semester Pres. 

Paul Keyes - 2nd V.P. 

Scott Phillips 

Mike MacMannls 

Vlnce Fallon — 2nd Semester Pres. 

Stevle Erickson 



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Jim Ducklo Chris Nash 

Ed Tuerk Mike Paoni 

Jack Martin L"^"" 

Rob Collis 



SPRING PLEDGES 
Tim Matthews 
Mike Slattery 
Lamar Drumm 




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Bottom Row: L-R: T.K. Dennehy, Christal Lusk, TVacy Prather, Donna Diemer, Bea Defazio. Top Row: Laurie Kelly, Chris 
Schobelock, Erin Horan, Rosie Fantacie, Debbie Rodrigues, Colleen Boylan, Laurie Lathrop, Patti Hession, (Absent) 
Stephanie Wesley. 



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O Brien Fr Dav d O.S.B Terry Schwarz, Paul Judge, Fr. Christopher O.S.B., Bill Farley, Pat Healy, Andy Doris, Ron Greig. 4th Row Bob 
Suozzo, Ne.l Sullivan, Tim Carter, Mike Diemer, Shawn Brooker, Mike Doyle, Chuck Brady, Mike Rossi Jim Greig 




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Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded 
in 1901 at Richmond College on the 
third floor of Rylland Hall and 
founded on the three cardinal prin- 
ciples; virtue, diligence, and broth- 
erly love. To this year "Sig Ep" is 
still the second largest national 
fraternity. 

During the scholastic year '80-81 
"Sig Ep" was the largest fraternity 
on campus and celebrated its 15th 
anniversary at Belmont Abbey. At 
the Sig Ep regional convention the 
North Carolina Lambda Chapter of 
Sigma Phi Epsilon received the Ex- 
celsior Cup. 





L-R: Bottom Row First, Front; Dennis Stokes, Armando Larrea, Chris Russell, Dan Donoghue, Paul Brown, Matt Murphy, Tom 
Normile, Domenic Campanile, Joe Pandolfo. Second; Brad White, Dan Duke, Ray Giovine, Dave Hayes, Bill Sufferin, Dennis 
Williams, Joe Cryan, John McGuire, Bod Turner, Dave Claffy. Third; Dave Brumbaugh, Victor Ephren, John Kemp. 



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Sharon Riley — Pres. 

Laura Cameron — V.Pres 

Karen Bean — Chaplain 

Pam Kelly 

Cindy Dlemer 

Maureen Donahue — Treasurer 

Mary Zysk 

JoAnne Green — Special Ways & Means 

Jane Healy — Secretary 

Phyllis Banks 

Kerrle Farren 

Kelly Mauger 

Nancy Haselden 

Joanne Gormley 

Glenda Burnett 

Chris Rosata 

Melody Dayton 

Mary Ellen McCHnchy 

loan Hunt 

Donna Bell 

Candy Floren 





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Susan McMillan 
Sarah Bunk 
Torctte Cosamano 
Cindy Stlpanovle 
Pat Moore 
Ann Havbrlch 
Marilyn McGulre 
Renec Wood 
Beth Horan 
.Joan Vantlcrburg 
Lynn Stephenson 
Angle Cook 
Carey Robbins 
Nancy Collins 
KelH Cox 
Eileen Cryan 
Debbie Moycr 
Maureen Sullivan 
Pam Ellis 





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SPORTS 

SECTION EDITOR: 

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This was a rebuilding year 
for our volleyball team. Unlike 
most college volleyball teams 
the Abbey played well with 
no scholarship players at all. 

Attendance at the teams' 
try-outs early in the year was 
very impressive. Twenty-five 
girls were on the team when 
only twelve are really needed 
to play. This should show good 
spirit and good potential for 
the future. 

The team played under the 
superb leadership of Coach 
Sharon Ratchford and the 
team's only two seniors and 
captains, Brenda Lucas and 
Geralynn Slough. 

Captains Slough and Lucas 
commented that, "the team 
was a well rounded team with 
no super-stars." With a num- 
ber of freshmen, returning 
starters, and great team spirit, 
the team shows promise and 
potential for many excellent 
seasons ahead. 



Abbey Spikers 'Set' New 
Season 




Top L-R; Coach Sharon Ratchford, Belinda Borders, Geralynn Slough, Tracy Prather, 
Nicole Lewis, Patti Moore, Lynn Stephenson, Anthony Bahakel, Jenny Rowland. Bot- 
tom L-R; Missy Rogers, Mary Giblin, Camie Raimo, Brenda Lucas, Mary Zysk, Nancy 
Collins. 





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Date 
September 

Thursday 11 
Saturday 13 
Monday 15 
Wednesday 17 
Monday 22 
Wednesday 24 
Saturday 27 
October 
Wednesday 1 
Sunday 5 
Thursday 9 
Saturday 11 
Wednesday 15 
Saturday 18 
Tuesday 21 
Saturday 25 
Tuesday 28 



UNC-Asheville 

Winthrop 

Pfeiffer 

St. Andrews 

East Carolina 

Chapel Hill 

High Point 



U.N.C.C. 

College of Charleston 

Atlantic Christian 

U.N.C.G. 

Coastal Carolina 

Baptist College 

Catawba 

Wingate 

Elon 



0-1 Loss 
3-2 Win 
2-1 Win 
1-1 Tie 
0-2 Loss 
0-2 Loss 
6-0 Win 
8-0 Win 
2-0 Win 



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BELMONT ABBEY SOCCER 

The 1980 Belmont Abbey Soc- 
cer team turned an expected re- 
building season into an unex- 
pected successful one. 

This year's team was, for the 
most part, a very young team. It 
consisted of eighteen freshmen, 
two sophomores and three ju- 
niors. This was Coach Jack Mur- 
phy's second year at the Abbey. 

He stated that this year's team 
was probably the youngest for a 
school this size in the entire 
country. 

The soccer team came a long 
way since last season, which was 
the poorest in Abbey Soccer his- 
tory. The team placed second in 
their district behind High Point 
College. They made it to the 
play-offs and were defeated in a 
heartbreaker, 3-2, by Atlantic 
Christian College in the first 
round. 

According to Coach Murphy, 
the Abbey's toughest games 
were against UNC-Chapel Hill, 








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Top L-R; Teri Dennehy, Andy Ostrom, Jack Willis, Richard Einwechter, David Eichenger, Peter Doyle, Cory Carver, Mike Lenahan, Ike 
Podlesney, Jim Kirby, Coach Jack Murphy. Bottom L-R; Mike Flynn, Dan Killian, Joe Mischler, Antonio Huerta, David Brown, John Sul- 
livan, Grant Cuthill, Jim Walsh, Tim Haley, Paul Carrigan, Scott Philipps, William King. 







UNC-Greensboro, and Coastal 
Carolina. 

The Abbey Soccer team 
played under the leadership of 
team captain Jim Kirby. Leading 
Abbey scorers were Mike Flinn, 
Jim Kirby, and Bill King. All 
American Grant Cuthill was the 
Abbey's starting goal keeper and 
averaged 10 saves a game. 

Coach Murphy also com- 
mented that "Team spirit was 
high this year, and that good, 
productive practices, were a 
major asset in the team's suc- 
cess." 



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RUGGERS! 





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RUGBY TEAM 



President 
Vice President 
Treasurer 
Public Relations 
Coach 
Moderator 



Allan Howard 

Victor Ephrem 

Bob Casey 

Ed Rusbarsky 

Allan Howard 

Dr. Reidy 



Fall Season 6-2 
Spring Season 5-1 

GREAT WORK GUYS!! 






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Deuce!! 



The Belmont Abbey College 
tennis team ended their 1981 
season with a fifth-place finish 
among the 32 teams competing in 
the NAIA District 26 Tennis Tourna- 
ment. 

Ending the regular season 
schedule with an impressive record 
of 15-7, Coach Mike Reidy recorded 
another winning campaign. In 
Reidy's 12 years with Belmont Ab- 
bey College, the tennis program has 
taken root and grown into one of 
the perennial powers of NAIA Dis- 
trict 26 competition. 

Going into the district tourna- 
ment, the Crusaders' second seed in 
individual competition, Roger Mar- 
tin, claimed a team leading singles 
record of 17-5. Next in line was fifth- 
seeded freshman Andy McCaw with 









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a 15-6 record. Top-seeded junior 
Kevin Burke followed with an in- 
dividual record of 14-8, as sixth- 
seed sophomore Mike Sijon trailed 
closely with a singles mark of 13-9. 
Fourth-seeded senior Andy Doris 
recorded an individual mark of 12- 
9, while third-seeded junior Scott 
Davis held an 11-11 record. 

In NAIA District 26 tournament 
competition, all of the Crusaders 
advanced past the opening rounds 
to earn the team their fifth place 
finish. First and second seeds Kevin 
Burke and Roger Martin reached the 
semi-finals in doubles competition, 
an area of play in which the Abbey 
has been successful all season. The 
Crusaders won 34 of 57 doubles 
matches in regular season play. 

As a final congratulatory note, 
both Burke and Martin were named 
to the NAIA District 26 All-Tennis 
Team. 

Roger Dills 



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SENIORS: Herb Hunter, Roger Martin, Coach Reidy, Dennis Noble, Andy Doris. 






DATE 
MARCH 



OPPONENT 



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RESULT 



Monday 2 


Appalachian State Univ. 


Loss 


Thursday 5 


Wofford 




Win 


Monday 9 


Heidelburg 




Win 


Tuesday 10 


State Univ. of New York 


Loss 


Wed. 11 


St. Leo 




Win 


Friday 13 


Northern Ky. 
Davidson 


11 


Loss 


Tuesday 17 


Win 


Wed. 18 


USC Spartanburg 




Win 


Thursday 19 


USC Spartanburg 




Win 


Monday 23 


Wingate 




Win 


Tuesday 24 


Lenoir Rhyne 




Win 


Saturday 28 


College of Wooster 




Win 


Monday 30 


UNC-Asheville 


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Loss 


APRIL 






Friday 3 


Gardner Webb 




Win 


Saturday 4 


Wofford 




Win 


Monday 6 


Gardner Webb 




Win 


Tuesday 7 


UNC-Charlotte 




Loss 


Wed. 8 


Lenoir Rhyne 




Win 


Friday 10 


Cambell Univ. 




Loss 


Saturday 11 


UNC-Wilmington 




Win 


Monday 13 


UNC-Asheville 




Loss 


Tuesday 14 


Wingate 




Win 





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CRUSADER 
BASKETBALL 



The Crusaders of Belmont Abbey College have 
completed another sensational basketball season, 
and, with some regret, have ended an era of Abbey 
basketball which can be coined "The Hussey Dyn- 
asty." For with former Coach Bobby Hussey's deci- 
sion to accept the head coaching position at David- 
son College, one cannot help but feel that the 1980- 
81 basketball season marks the end of an 
extraordinary period of success for Belmont Abbey 
College basketball. 

This season the Crusaders compiled a final record 
of 24-7. making 1980-81 the fourth consecutive 
season in which the team has won 20 or more games 
they posted a regular season record of 22-6 and 
earned the third-seed position among the six teams 
participating in the NAIA District 26 Play-offs in the 
Winston-Salem Coliseum. 

However, the Abbey's season was no cakewalk, 
and the team's road to the district tournament was a 
rough one. At the outset of the 1980-81 season, the 
Crusaders emerged quite disheartened from the 
WBTV Carolina Classic (a tournament which they 
won last year) after a one-point loss in the semi-final 
round of play to Winthrop College, the team which 
eventually won the tournament. At that point In the 




Coach Jim Baker, Coach Hollowell, John Magierowski John Picinich, Darryl Lewis, 
Donald Hutchinson, Jim Reeves, David Kershaw, Coach Bob Hussey, Bottom L-R; Ti- 
migo Burnett, Dempsey Cohen, Frank Johnson, Greg Howard, Stan Parker Frank 
Pickett. 




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season the Crusaders held a record of 5-3. Nothing 
to write home about. 

Likewise, at the mid-point of the season, the Cru- 
saders held a record of 9-5 and were fresh off of a 
sound thrashing at the hands of the Falcons of 
Pfeiffer College. No surprise! After the unprec- 
edented 29-5 season of 1979-80. this eason was to 
be a rebuilding year and a 9-5 record was present- 
able — nothing to be ashamed of. 

However, it was at this point of the 1980-81 season 
that the Crusaders ran off (in a rather modest fash- 
Ion) 13 straight victories before losing their final 
game of the regular season to Lenoir-Rhyne College. 
In fact, the Crusaders won 16 of their last 18 games 
of the season to post that 22-6 record, which earned 
the squad that third seed in the NAIA District 26 
Play-offs. 

In the opening round of the NAIA District 26 Tour- 
nament, the Abbey undefeated Pembroke State Uni- 
versity by a score of 65-56 to advance to the second 
round of play. The following night the Crusaders 
bumped tournament favorite J.C. Smith from com- 
petition by a score of 68-66. Thus the stage was set 
for the final confrontation: Belmont Abbey vs. Gard- 
ner-Webb in the finals of the NAIA District 26 Tour- 
nament. It seemed only fitting that these two peren- 
nial powers should endure slow starts at the outset 
of the season and make their way to the finals for a 
showdown. 

The Crusaders, playing with a visable tightness in 
their game, fell behind in the early going of the 
contest and trailed at the half by a score of 44-35. 
Likewise, the second half saw Gardner-Webb stretch 
their lead to 11 points with the score at 69-58 with 
10 minutes remaining on the clock. AM appreared to 
be lost for the Abbey. 




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However, the Crusaders countered with several 
quick baskets which resulted from a full-court 
press. Almost magically the Crusaders were back in 
the contest. For with 0:16 remaining in the game, 
the Abbey had the ball and was down by only one 
point with the score at 82-81. 

A missed Crusader shot went out of bounds off of 
a Gardner-Webb man. Again the Abbey had a chance. 
The ball was inbounded with 0:09 left on the clock to 
Crusader Greg Howard. Howard was unintentionally 
fouled by Bulldog Norris Bell with 0:04 remaining in 
the game. This foul put Howard at the free throw 
line with a one-and-one situation. 

Following two Gardner-Webb time-outs, Howard, 
standing at the free throw line with the Abbey down 
by one, took the ball, performed his ritualistic three- 
dribble period of concentration, raised the ball to 
eye level and shot. As the Abbey's hopes gained alti- 
tude and peaked in harmony with the trajectory of 
the ball, likewise those hopes vanished as the ball hit 
the back of the rim and took a high bounce before 
coming to rest in the hands of Gardner-Webb's Frank 
Streater. The final score was 82-81. The Abbey's sea- 
son was over. 

Along with Hussey, seniors David Kershaw, Frank 
Pickett, and Stan Parker will be lost from next sea- 
son's team. 

Kershaw culminated his college career, as the Wel- 
ford, S.C., native scored 2049 career points. He was 
named to the NAIA District 26 All-Tournament 
Team, and was also voted as a third-team member of 
the 1980-81 NAIA Basketball All-American Team. 

Roger Dills 

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LADY CRUSADERS 



The Lady Crusaders of Belmont Abbey College, 
after the squad's premiere in AIAW action, have 
completed the 1980-81 basketball season, and 
Coach Tony Baldwin's charming smile glows from 
the reflection of the past season. 

Baldwin, a former assistant with the women's bas- 
ketball program at the University of North Carolina 
at Chapel Hill, came to the Abbey late in the recruit- 
ing season last year. Despite this fact, Baldwin man- 
aged an impressive recruiting sweep amid the 
scramble of late season panic recruiting to establish 
a women's program at the Abbey. For his efforts 
Baldwin received six solid players, all fresh out of 
high school. Nonetheless, these six freshmen jelled 
into a solid team as the season progressed and pro- 
duced a winning season with a final record of 12-10. 

With a regular season record of 12-9, the Lady 
Crusaders had achieved the goal of a winning sea- 
son, and, consequently, had the chance to partici- 
pate in the AIAW State Play-offs held in Hickory, 
N.C., on the campus of Lenoir-Rhyne College. 

In first-round tourney action, the Lady Crusaders 
were pitted against the women's squad from Camp- 
bell University, a team which had defeated the Ab- 
bey 88-67 during the regular season. The Lady Cru- 
saders played a superb first half and took a 33-30 
lead to the locker room. However, cold shooting and 
foul trouble plagued the women in the second half 
of play, and Campbell went on to win the contest by 
the score of 82-70, thus ending the Lady Crusaders' 
first season. 

Roger Dills 





Top L-R; John Fanning, Glenn Ann Hoffman, Lori Morton, LaDonna Payne, JoAnne Carter, Bonnie Fenwick, Jackie Herndon, Lisa 
Christopher, Coach Tony Baldwin. Bottom; Mary Giblin, Sheila Broome, Diane Witkowski, Kim Ellis, Tracy Dewberry. 



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CHEERLEADING 

Belmont Abbey has much to be 
proud of in its sports program and 
an integral part of it is the lovely 
and vivacious Crusader cheer- 
leaders. The squad has increased in 
numbers; half of which are "Fresh- 
women". This increased student in- 
volvement follows the trend of suc- 
cesses in the Abbey's sport pro- 
gram. The addition of women's 
basketball and the new vitality in 
the Abbey Soccer program offer 
further avenues which the cheer- 
leaders may pursue. 




Bottom Row; Joyce Thomas, Tami Grier, Allison Black, 
Angela Hall. Middle Row; Rhonda Patterson, Melody Dayton, 
Leslie Black, Carrie Robbins. Top Row; Kathy Day, Nikki 
Lewis, Kelli Cox, Donna Bell. (Absent) Vanessa Glover, Myra 
Moore, Brenda Leal. 











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An integral part of a 
community is recreation 
particularly on a small 
college campus. The Ab- 
bey's intramural pro- 
gram is one of many 
means of recreation. The 
program is extensive, 
with opportunities for 
participation in badmin- 
ton, tennis, water-polo, 
flag football, Softball, 
basketball, and cross 
country. The teams are 
open to all interested 
students and are com- 
prised of teams from dif- 
ferent dorms and frater- 
nities as well as individ- 
uals on their own 
depending on the sport. 

Get interested in this 
ongoing and growing 
program, look for notices 
posted around campus. 




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Fall Intramurs 


1 Schedule 






Activity 


Type of Tournamen 




No. of Par 


t. Play Start 


Beany Bowl 


Annual FreehJSoph 


Football 


- 


Sept. 6 


Flag Football 


Round Robin 




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Sept. 12 


Tennis Singles 


Single Elimination 




12 


Sept. 18 


Tennis Doubles 


Single Elimination 




18 


Sept. 25 


Tennis Mixed Doubles 


Single Elimination 




- 


Oct. 2 


Golf 


Hole in One 




- 


Oct. 5 


Budweiser College 










Super Star Comp, 


Co-ed 




- 


Oct. 16.17.18 


Soccer 


Round Robin 




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Foul Shooting Contest 


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CRUSADER GOLF 

Fr. Martin Hayes, O.S.B. and 
the Belmont Abbey College golf 
team are finding going tough in 
NAIA District 26 action. 

The Crusaders currently hold a 
record of 0-3 with only two 
matches remaining on their 
schedule prior to the playing of 
the Abbey Classic. The Abbey 
Classic, a twelve-team event, will 
be played at Gallagher Trails, the 
Crusaders' home golf course 
which has been completely ren- 
ovated for the 1981 season. 

The Crusaders will end the 
1981 golf season on the road as 
the Abbey will face Lenoir-Rhyne 
College, a team which registered 
one of their defeats early this 
season. The Crusaders' other 
losses this season have been at 
the hands of Wingate College and 
Catawba College. 

Senior Clyde Arrowood and ju- 
nior Dennis Stokes are leading 
this season's squad as both of 
these players are shooting in the 
high 70's to low 80's. 

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1981 




Golf 


Schedule 


DATE 


OPPONENT SITE 


Mar. 6 


Limestone Cherokee C.C. 


16-17 Limestone Tourn. Cherokee 




C.C. 


25 


Catawba Corben Hills C.C. 


30-31 Elon Tourn. Alamance C.C. 


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Limestone 




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COACH HUSSEY 



Bobby W. Hussey has resigned as 
men's head basketball coach and 
athletic director at Belmont Abbey 
College to assume head coaching 
duties at nearby Davidson College. 

The announcement came on 
March 19, only weeks after Hussey 
had led his Crusader basketball 
team to the finals of the NAIA Dis- 
trict 26 Basketball Tournament for 
the second consecutive year. 

"My tenure at Belmont Abbey Col- 
lege has been a fruitful experience 
that I believe has made me a much 
better person," said Hussey. "But Da- 
vidson College has given me an op- 
portunity to fulfill a goal which I set 
for myself many years ago — be- 
coming a head basketball coach at 
the NCAA Division I level." 

Hussey's ten-year record at the 
Abbey is 178-115, including 96-31 
the past four years with records of 
21-9, 22-10, 29-5 and 24-7 consecu- 
tively. 

He was a coach at nearby Kings 
Mountain High School from 1962 to 
1970, serving as head coach the fi- 
nal four years and guiding the 
Mountaineers to a 67-7 record. He 
was a graduate assistant at Appala- 
chian State University in 1970-71 
and coached the freshman team to a 
16-6 record. 

Charged with the task of finding a 
replacement for Hussey was Harry 
Creemers, vice president for institu- 
tional advancement. Creemers, in 
conjunction with the advisory com- 
mittee selected from among 90 ap- 
plicants Edward G. Payne, former 
assistant basketball coach at East 
Carolina. 

Hussey, 41, is of course quite 
pleased with the five-year contract 
he has just signed with Davidson 
College. "However," he said, "there 
is always a little hesitation when you 
leave behind a successful program 
you have built and established. 

"Belmont Abbey College has been 
the motivating element of my 
coaching career for the past ten 
years. I've given it my all, and it's 
given me much enjoyment, satisfac- 
tion and, now, this new opportunity. 
I see this opportunity at Davidson as 
a new challenge for me, and I owe it 
to myself to go on to the NCAA Divi- 




sion I level of play and test the metal 
I'm made of as a coach on that level 
of competition. 

"My biggest regret is leaving Bel- 
mont Abbey," Hussey continued. 
"I'd like to give a big tribute to the 
College because the people here are 



the ones who gave me the opportu- 
nity to be a college coach. The 
priests here are some of the greatest 
people in the world." 

Greg Hollinshead 



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GRADUATION 
1981 

One hundred forty-three stu- 
dents received the bachelor's 
degree from Belmont Abbey 
College in the school's 103rd 
commencement on May 10. 

Speaker at the 3 p.m. ceremo- 
ny was Dr. James Ralph Scales, 
president of Wake Forest Uni- 
versity. Scales charged the 1981 
graduates to "respond cheerful- 
ly to the desperate challenges of 
survival, and, racing against the 
clock of history, . . . make all the 
nightmares of destruction un- 
true." 

After reviewing the warnings 
of a number of gloomy prophets, 
Scales said, "The events fore- 
told by these prophecies will not 
happen if educated men and 
women find their voices, as well 
as their typewriters and com- 
puters and machine tools, and go 
to work to prevent the material- 
ization of all the fears aroused 
by the world's condition. Proph- 








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Instinct informed by facts, and 
it has not always been so gloomy. 

Following his commencement 
address. Scales was awarded the 
honorary Doctor of Letters de- 
gree by Belmont Abbey College. 
Also receiving this honorary 
degree was the baccalaureate 
homlllst, the Reverend Monsi- 
gnor Francis P. Friedl, pastor of 
St. Joseph's Catholic Church, 
Elkader, Iowa, and former 
president of Loras College, Du- 
buque. 

The honorary Doctor of Laws 
degree was awarded to Virgil T. 
Hartquist, chairman of the 
board and chief executive offi- 
cer of Jefferies Associates, Inc., 
headquartered in Philadelphia, 
Pa., and Dr. J. Randolph Taylor, 
pastor of Myers Park Presbyte- 
rian Church, Charlotte. 

At the 11:30 a.m. Baccalaure- 
ate Mass in the Abbey Church, 



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Monsignor Friedl urged the 
graduates "to go forward . . . 
from this moment with charity 
toward all and malice toward 
none, to complete the tasks the 
Good Shepherd has left unfin- 
ished, guided surely by the 
sound of His voice." 

Exactly 50 per cent of the Bel- 
mont Abbey College Class of 
1981 was from North Carolina 
with 15 additional states being 
represented by the out-of-state 
graduates. Female students ac- 
counted for 43 per cent of the 
class. 

An Auburndale, Mass., native, 
Richard J. Dougherty, was 
named Abbey Student of the 
Year during the graduation ex- 
ercises. The award is presented 
annually by Belmont Abbey 
College's Alpha Rho Chapter of 
Phi Kappa Theta fraternity to a 
junior or senior who character- 



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izes the ideal of the Abbey gen- 
tlemen or gentlewomen, and 
who has contributed signifi- 
cantly to campus academic and 
extra-curricular life. 

The Wall Street Journal 
Award, presented annually to an 
outstanding student in the De- 
partment of Business Adminis- 
tration and Economics, went to 
Gary D. Ballard of Lincolnton, 
N.C. That department also pre- 
sented an award to Ron E. Dur- 
rance of Gastonia, N.C, as the 
graduating senior who scored 
highest on the senior compre- 
hensive examination. 

Teresa Grose, also of Gasto- 
nia, was named the outstanding 
biology major, and Alan R. 
Jones of Bowie, Md., was com- 
missioned as an officer in the 
U.S. Marine Corps. 

Twenty seniors were distin- 
guished as honor graduates with 
four degrees awarded summa 
cum laude (3.75), two magna 
cum laude (3.50) and 14 cum 
laude (3.35). 

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Another One Bites the Dust, two plus two equals three (New 
Math) Where did all the medias go — What medias? What's green 
and smells like Miss Piggy? Where did all the children go? Ho 
did the Hill burn — Spontaneous Combustion? It's finished de- 
spite you K.P. Are you a normal stereo type or just another schizo- 
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I would like to dedicate this book to 
the few very special people who I feel 
deserve recognition for their instru- 
mental help and guidance: Rose Hor- 
mon, although you never received the 
recognition you deserved I would like 
to thank you first and foremost; Abbot 
Walter, who donated the much needed 
pictures to this and past yearbooks; 
Sally Bayton, who with her enthusi- 
asm tried to keep the staff together; 
Greg Hollingshead and Roger Dills 
who contributed articles to "Cross 
Roads" which were used in this publi- 
cation. I would not want the staff 
members who did their job and re- 
ceived bylines for their work to go 
without mention: Father Mo, Nick 
Omirly, Ruth Schrenker, Kathy 
Schultze, Bob Richter (our photogra- 
pher), Tom DeRose (our acting busi- 
ness manager), and Bernie Lessard 
(our yearbook representative). 

I have had the opportunity to grow 
very much at Belmont Abbey and I 
hope that others will attempt the chal- 
lenge I undertook in editing the spire 
in the future. 

Thank you, 
Sincerely 
Stanley Barone Jr. 




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Thomas "Greg" Wyatt 

April 9, 1960 — November 23, 1980 
Thomas Gregory Wyatt was better known as Greg by his friends. It is very hard to describe in words his personality. Greg 
was very special to those who loved him and he in return treated his friends very special. 

Greg loved sports, especially rugby, and he was also involved with Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. The Wyatts were kind enough to 
let the fraternity use their lakehouse on Lake Wiley, S.C. for consolidation weekend 1980. Greg showed his peers some of his 
skills in sailing and waterskiing and, subsequently a good time was had by all. 

On November 23, 1980 Greg's short lived life came to an end in a tragedy which affected not only his family but also his fra- 
ternity brothers and sisters, fellow rugby players and his close friends. Greg's presence is still felt today by those who loved 
™ who he loved - H 'S sense of humor, athletic ability, gentleness, and kindness will be savored in memories of him- most 
of all Greg will be missed for his personality. 
"It's hard to say where our life will lead us 
So, we should make the best of the moments we have 
Our friend Greg is gone from us in body, but his spirit remains. 
He is happy now and that is the strength we must survive on. 
Greg will never be forgotten by his loved ones. 
But, instead we will carry on as if he were still here with us. 
We love you Greg as you have loved us. 
We will keep you close in our hearts and never forget your smiling eyes." 



159 




A Child's Song 

I don't want to be that wild again 
I don't want to be that helpless child, 
but I found that which makes me 
vulnerable offers the window to my soul. 

1 make my vulnerabilities my strengths 
when my wreckfessness nature ceases 
To love another just like me gives 
me the strength which 1 need. 

He showed us how our weaknesses 
make us strong if only we know him. 
We have all heard it before, 
it never ceases to be told once more. 

To love others just like me gives 

me the strength which 1 need. 

I don't have to be that wild again. 

I don't have to be that helpless child anymore. 



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