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STOCKBRIDGE 
SCHOOL OF 
AGRICULTURE 



AMHERST 
MASSACHUSETTS 






' MM II I 





It is quite appropriate that a 
yearbook dedication be presented 
to a person who exemplifies 
''dedication''. A good professor is 
one who attracts the interest of 
the students to a subject simply 
by his own attitude towards it It 
is obvious Harold Mosher is 
proud to be a professor. With 
this dedication the Stockbridge 
class of 1983 would like to thank 
Hal for his twenty-five year 
contribution to the Stockbridge 
School of Agriculture. 









TABLE OF 
CONTENTS 

INTRO 

DEDICATION 

DEAN DENISON 

MISS REYNOLDS 

SPECIAL EVENTS 

SENIORS 

SPORTS 

CLUBS 

SPECIAL EVENTS 

FACULTY 

CANDIDS 




JOHN W. DENISOK 
DIRECTOR, 

Stockbridge School of Agriculture 
and Assistant Dean, College of Food 
and Natural Resources. 





lONA MAE REYNOLDS, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, 

Stockbridge School of Agriculture. 



FALL PICNIC 




HALLOWEEN PARTY 




SENIORS 





JEFFREY A. BOBER 

Ag. Business Management 






DAVID KELLY CASS 

Dave 

Ag. Business Management 

UMA55 Marching Band, Ag. Business 

club. Sylvan Area Gov't 

"I hate 8:00 Classes . . " 



MICHAEL A. BOCZANOWSKI 

Mike 

Ag. Business Management 

Senate President, 82-83, Temporary 

Treasurer, 82, P.A.C. Seminars 

Chairperson, 82-83, Assistant Treasurer, 

81-82, UMASS Campus Intramural Discus 

Champion, 82, Student Advisory 

Committee Dept. of F&R EC. 

Is that enough Lynn? 

The Nicer The Nice; The Higher The 

Price. 
The Higher The Price; The Nicer The 

Nice. 
Jus can't stop me 




JOSEPH P.CROWELY 

Ag. Business Management. 



KA THY JEAN DOWNS 

"Kath" 

Ag. Bus. Management 

Ag. Bus. club Rep., Yearbook Committee, 

Stockbridge Student Senate 



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MARYE. DUDA 

Ag. Business Management 



BRUCE ARCHER GOODCHILD 

Ag. Business Management 





CARYK. MONIZ 

Ag. Business Management 

President Ag Business Club, Educational 

Quality Committee Member 



LEE ALAN PONTES 

"Banger" 

Ag. Business Management 

On the road to success 

Jungle who? "Those one night stands" 



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AYODEJI ADEYINKA 

Jee (Jungle Bunny) 
Animal Science 
Soccer, Animal Science Club 
O-hh We have an exam?! 
I'm really bumming!! 





PATRICIA E. CONROY- 
SHEPLEY 

Pat 

Animal Science 



HOLLY J. COLT 

HOI, MA 

Animal Science 

An- Sci Club 1,Z, Secretary, Stockbridge 

Student Senate 1 & 2, PAC Promotion 

Chairperson, Livestock Classic, Franklin, 

D.C 

I wish the very best to all my friends I've 

met here at Stockbridge, and may all of 

you fulfill your dreams. 




ABE J A Y DA VENPOR T 

Fish 

Animal Science 

An- Sci Club Stockbridge Soccer, 

Livestock Classic 

I've always been crazy. Its kept me from 

going insane. 



RICHARD L. DEVITT 

Animal Science 



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EDWARD F. DILLON 

Fred 

Animal Science 

An-Sci Club 





CHARLES P. DURAND 

Animal Science 




ARTHUR M. FELLOWS 

Rusty 

Animal Science 

Senate, PR. committee. An. Sci. club. 

Coed wrestling. 

Is it Friday yet!' 




THOMAS R. FITZPATRICK 

Tom 

Animal Science 



THOMAS P. GALANOS 

Cheeks 

Animal Science 

An. Ag. Club President, Industrial 

exhibitors chairperson, P.A.C, Livestock 

classic. Oxen club. 

Larry: the room stinks! 

66 Dodge Jet Sled. 



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SANDY HALL 

Animal Science 

An Sci Club Tres (1) 

BAAAA 






DOUGLAS J. HARRIS 

Animal Science 

Eastern Trip, Eastern States, Mrs. Dubois 

Class. 



KIMBERLEE HANSON 

KIM 

Animal Science 

An. Sci. club, Stosag, Horse masters club. 

Livestock Classic, P.D.D. "Howdy!" . . . 

Carol, Lori, Mona, Joann . . . 802's parties, 

Mt. Toby, Mt. Sugarloaf, Ski trip, 

Crinnell Arena. It's a Polo Pony! "see ya 

all later!" Into Umass. 




DONNA MARIE KACZYK 

Animal Science 



GEORGE KING 

Animal Science 

Eastern trip, Miz. Dubios class 

Dreams are made for those who sleep. 



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CHARLES KNIGHT (1st) 

(Nocturnal Charlie) 
Animal Science 
A.T.G. 




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JEANNE MCMANUS 

Animal Science 



ROSALIE LAWRENCE 

Rosey 

Animal Science 

Animal science Club 

Lynne beware of the ping-pong balls; 

even the flesh colored ones! Holly "no 

tips at Friendlys". 




STEVEN B. MESSINCER 

Hick 

Animal Science 

An-Sci Club, Soccer, 

Hay ride. My friend 

ham Walker "Self inflicted is the only 

way to go" 



LORI J. MOUGIN 

Animal Science 



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GLENN D. MUSHNICK 

Mushy 

Animal Science 

An-Sci Club-1 & 2, Official-An-Sci. Club 

Bus Driver 1,2, P.V.T.A. Driver 1,2, 

Problems are just opportunities in work 

clothes. 





CAROL A. POWTAK 

Crazy Carol Crooked 

Animal Science 

An. Sci. Club, Livestock Classic 




NEAL F. O'MEARA 

Animal Science 

Alpha Tau Gamma, Vice president. Senate 
Rep. P.A.C. Committee, Vieteran, Animal 
Science Club, Livestock Classic 
Hunting with Doug. 




BRIAN J. STONE 

Stoned 

Animal Science 

An. Sci. Club, Working at Eastern States, 

Trip to Eastern A. /„ Trip to the Who, 



LENITA MARIE VAN HOOK 

Lentil, Juanita 

Animal Science 

Animal Science Club 1,2. Senate Rep, 

Livestock Classic, Stosag, P.A.C. Milking 

cows, Lauren tis Farm Stand. 

Unfold your wings and fly away into the 

starry sky . . . My friends, have a good 

time and never stop trying, you can do it! 



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LYNNES. WALDRON 

Animal Science 

An. Sci Club. 1 & 2, Secretary 2, 

Rose the class savior, I couldn't have done 

it without your help! Holly- sometimes 

"the hand is quicker than the eye hut you 

caught me once!" 






PATRICK F, BALFE 

Brad or Balfy 
AR Pk 

ATG and Senate Treasurers 
The ocean of the mind is never still. 
Even on its calmist day the tide 
Twists beneath 



PETER JOSEPH AMARAL, JR. 

Pete 

Ar Pk 

Work, School, Marriage 




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BRUCE K. BENGSTON 

Ar Pk 



DENNIS K. BENOIT 

Ar Pk 



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JOEL M. BENSON 

At. Pk. 





RORYS. BOY 

Ar Pk 




JOSEPH E. BUCCHANIO 

Ar Pk 




SHAWN A. CAMERON 

ArPk 

Digger 

Basketball 1,2 

"Dam", 9-10-63, 1-2-82 

B.C. Forever, "Be yourself. Live free or 

die" 



LEO J. CANUEL 
AR Pk 

Ar Pk Club, P.D.D., P.A.C., Rody Garden- 
Chairperson, Phone-o-thon 
"Keep your roots firmly planted and let 
your Branches Reach for the sky." 



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GARY ANTHONY CUSACK 

Ar Pk 

At Pk Climbing, Contest 






GERARD ERNEST FREDETTE 

Ar Pk 

Hippie, Flower child 
Ar Pk Club Senate Rep 
"It is in giving that we receive" St.- 
Francis 

'The life in which men praise and regard 
as successful is but one kind. Why should 
we exaggerate any one kind at the expense 
of others r'-Henry David Thoreau 




THOMAS R. FEATHERSTONE 

T 

Ar Pk 

President, Class of 83, Senate, ATG, Stoso, 

Committee on eliminating Brownosers 




WILLIAM M. GEER 

ArPk 



FRANCIS P. GUNVILLE 

Ar Pk 



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CHARLES J. HICCOX 

At Pk 





JOANNE M. MCGOVERN 

Arbor & Park 




DOUGLAS J. LAFORTUNE 

Arbor & Park 




TONY VINCENT MEDEIROS 

Arbor Park 

Soccer, AR. PK. Club Rep. 



JAMES W. MEEHAN JR. 

Arbor & Park 



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MARK A. NOONAN 

Father Noonan, Politician (Ted). 
Senator at large, 

Class of 83, Temp., Senate V-P, Ai Pk. 
Club, Senate Parlimentarian, Rody 
Garden, P.R., Umass- Senate Rep. 
"Such is life" 



BRIAN PATRICK O'SULLIVAN 

Titleg 

Arbor & Park 

Camping, sports, hiking, and lots of fun! 

Sup beef. Sup blitz. Sup Magool 

Don't dream it, be it. 





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ROBERT R. REARDON 

Arbor & Park 

No more quickies, live, love, and laugh. 
"Ski, surf, skate, and !?"**@, lots of 
studying. " 



JOANNE PHYLLIS RICORD 
JO 

Arbor & Park 

Stoso-Chairperson, Ar. & Pk, Secretary, 

Soccer 

"Get with the program." 



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ROBERT R. SCHENCK 

Arbor Park 





DAVID J. SEIFFERT 

Arbor & Park 




TIMOTHY W. SCHRAK 

Arbor & Park 




JEFFERYH. STEVENS 

Arbor & Park 



SCOTT B. TRASK 

Arbor & Park 



30 




RICHARD J. ALMEIDA 

Floriculture 

Floriculture Club, Intramural Volleyball 






SEAN P. BROSNAN 

Floriculture 



LURENE T. BALLOU 

Floriculture 
Floriculture Club 




FRANCES M. BURRINGTON 

Floriculture 



ANNMARY CHMURA 

Floriculture 



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RONALD S. DAVIS 

Floriculture 

Stockbridge Student Senate, Flori. Club 

President, Volleyball, F.F.A. Member, 

Yearbook Staff. 

Sugarloaft again . . . Crop rotation???? 

C.D.S. Thanks Wendy, Ted, Lynn, Kathy, 

Jim, Janice, Bob, Taxi anyone?!! 






JANICE MARIE GREGORY 

Floriculture 

Flori. Club, P.A.C., Volleyball, Yearbook. 

"Because Cod made it that way." 

Thanks for memories-Wendy, Kathy, 

Lynn. 



ROBERT EDMUND GRAMMO 
JR. 

Bob 

Floriculture 

Flori. Club, Volleyball. 

Favorite quotes: Whatever;; Strange. 




MONA ANNE JOHNSON 

Floriculture 

FlorL Club, Volleyball. 



KATHLEEN F. LAMBERTI 

Kathy 
Floriculture 

Assistant yearbook editor; Flori. Club, 
Volleyball 

Steven .... "Shadows fall, and life is 
difficult to bear ... Yet sunshine comes 
through memories and the love of those 
who care." Janice we will get through this 
one!! Treasured memories with Lynn, 
Wendy, Janice, Sue, and those at home. 
Ron, Ted, and Cindy stop picking on my 
height!!!!!!! 



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WENDY M. LESACE 

Floriculture 

Flori Club, Stosag, P.A.C. 
Taxi! Ron CDS. . . . Thanks, L.M.A. yov 
too! Mellow oat — LABZ, KL, ]C, BA, be 
Yo NickodemusU 3/22/82 





SIMON L. LESSER 

Floriculture 
Photography 




JAMES B. PADUCH 

Jim 

Floriculture 

Stockbridge Student Senate 1 & 2, 

Volleyball & Volleyball management, 

UMass Student Judiciary Board, Flori 

Club, Stosag. 

Baaah, Baloney. Prized possessions: Jesus 

Christ, Gretchen, Christen, Pumpkin! and 

the rest of my family. I Peter 5:7 Casting 

all our cares on him for He cares for us. 

"Cretchen, the hardest year of marriage is 

whatever year we're in. 




NANCY M. SAZAMA 

Floriculture 



LORRAINE D. STEPHENSON 

Lori 

Floriculture 
Flori. Club 



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THEODORE STUSICK 

Ted 

Floriculture 

Whatever happens, happens for the best! 






VICTORIA E VERGE 

Vickie 

Floriculture 

Good times with Ann and NancU 



LYNN A. BONNEVIE ZAYKA 

Red neck, L.A.B.Z., Zaykas, Chris, 

Lynnseed 
Floriculture 

Senate, Flori Club, Yearbook Editor, Flori 
club treasurer 1-2, Umass Student 
Judiciary 82-83. 

Sugarloaf — I've lost it! "Wendy you 
G.D.S.H" "Terrie seedling you'd be lost 
without me" I can't deal with this! Nov. 
13 amazing time!! "Hey, Fats lets go!!!" 
Dec. 11, 1982. 




EDWARD A. BINNEY 

Fruit Veg 



SARAH A. CLEVELAND 

Fruit Veg 

Senate P.A.C. 

What another meetings' 







SALLY L. DAVIS 

Fr Veg 




MARK J. DOHERTY 

Fr Veg 



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BUTCH ANDERSON 

Landscape Operations 

Land Op. Club 

Good luck fellow "Stockies," and see ya 

around Keith. Good luck Mitch, Seal, 

John. Remember goodbye Wendy. 






PHILIP G. CALDWELL 

Doc 

Land Operations 

President Land Op. Club, P.A.C. Jobmart 

Chairperson, Senate, Stockbridge Advisory 

Committee. 

"Is it good? Is it bad?; you could argue." 



KEITH W. ANDERSON 

"Scruffy" 

Land Operations 

Land Op. Club 

Good luck to everyone in the future. Have 

a good time at U.K. Butch. Had some fun 

in all those great classes, Neal, Jack, 

Mitch, and Bill. "Hey Butch, Wed. night." 




CLIVIA PITTORE CALLAHAN 

Landscape Operations 



PAUL D. CRONIN 

Landscape Operations 



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WILLIAM C. EKROSS 

Landscape Operations 



THOMAS S. HART 

Hartini 

Landscape Operations 

To further my education and knowledge 

in my field of work. 





NANCY A. HEWITT 

Landscape Operations 



MITCHELL P. GOLDSTEIN 

Mitch 

Land Operations 

Student Senate, Stoso 

Happy hours, Anderson Bros., Slick, get 

happy. The Pub Crew. What you put into 

living, is what you get out of life! 



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STEPHEN B. KEY 

Landscape Operations 



CHRISTOPHER GERALD 
lEGROS 

c.c. 

Landscape Operations 
A.T.C. President; Class of 83 officer; 
Stockbridge Senate; Editor-Shorthorn. 
Recipient John W. Dennison Award 1932. 





MARK D. LAVIGNE 

Landscape Operations 



BRIAN C. MCVEY 

Mr. Mo Jo 

Landscape Operations 
Yearbook squad, Land Op. Club. 



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PAUL J. MORGADO 

Landscape Operations 





FRANCINE M. MORTELL 

Fran 

Landscape Operations 

Land Op. Club Secretary 

I'd do it over again if I had the money. 




RICHARD J. SEARS 

Landscape op Operations 




WILLIAM S. SIMARD 

Landscape Operations 



DUNCAN a STREET 

Landscape Operations 



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GREGORY B. BRADLEY 

Flower 
Turf 
Turf Club 






JAMES B. CONANT 

Meathead 

Tuf 

Turf Club Treasurer, Stosag. 

CENSORED Sorry Jungle. 



MILTON BROWN 

Mick 

Turf 

Stockbridge Senate 1&2, Turf Club, Phon- 

a-thon 

I'm quick at Poor Dick's 




GARYR. DORN 

Turf 

Gopher Retardation. Turf management, 
Embezzlement and other related illegal 
fund raising activities. Cyanide poisoning 
of all lab Turf-related animals. 



PATRICK FLANNERY 

Flannie 

Turf 

Sun Tanning 



40 




MATTHEW FOGARTY 

Dr. Fogarty 

Turf 

Turf Club, Cockroach h un ting. In search 

of club. P.5.I. Foundation. Account 

receivable hoping. 





STEVEN F. HUSKA 

Turf 




DENNIS J. HOULE 

Turf 




MARY P. KNAGCS 

Turf 



JAMES MICHAEL KOWALECK 

Slick 

Turf 

Turf-Clubs Professional Development Day 

Phone-a-Thon - Turf Convention 



41 




CRAIG F. MANNING 

Turf 





DAVID A. NUVALLIE 

Val 

Turf 

Turf Club, Phon-a thon. 




THEODORE JAMES MARTIN 

Flash 

Turf 

Turf Club Secretary 

Fancies Lite beer commercials, Monday 

night football. The Fall Guy, give 

Magnum a chance. 

Coal: To be a male stripper. 




MICHAEL PATRICK 
O'CONNOR 

Hoop 

Turf 

Stockbridge basketball, McRay Bros., Turf 

Conference benders. 

Cotta like N.D. & Stockbridge hoop. 



JOHN JAMES PAQUETTE 

Who 

Turf 

Stockbridge basketball 82-83. Budweiser 

Fur taste-tester 

McRay Bros, Turf Conference bender, see 

ya — Denny Crum, Rise-man, Scooter! 

Thanks M&D Coach. Cotta like the 

Halfway House. 



42 




PAUL B. RUTHUELL 

Turf 

What's so funny about peace, love, and 

understanding? 






SHIRLEY A. TALMAGE 

Turf 



JEFFREY M. SCOTT 

Turf 




ROBERT TURCOTTLE 

Turn Coat 

Turf 

Turf Club, Stockbridge Student Senate, 

Public Relations Committee. 



RICHARD P. TWORIG 

Twig 
Turf 
Turf Club 



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Lucas M. Alden |\ | 
Christopher Andetsori^ 
Kenneth G. Atkins ,„ 
Thomas P. Bachh 
Genevieve Bardwell 
Peter H. Bo wry 
Peter J. Burke 
John F. ClaffeyW 9 
Mark A. Creelman 
Paul Stephen, De Matteo 

'aul J. Deptula 
Charles A. Dragon i 
Sharon R. Dupras 
Stanly M. Dziuta 

orna. B. Edgar j/^ 
Andrew J. Faddoul 
Joseph E. Ferris :, Mi 
Bamhi L Flore 'fig 
Andrew J. Fritsche 
Teresa A. Gowan 
Christopher G Grace 
John S. Hannum 
William J. Heintzelman 
Mark A. Jahlonski 
John R. Kelly 




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Luis Melandez * %\^ 
David T. Melican 
James Mullins |\ 
Neil R. Pauplis * ' 
Scott R. Penderast 
William J. Piersak 
Lawrence W. Pink 
Stephen J. Puleo 
Scott A. Schofield 
Elizabeth L. Shanor 
Janet M. Sottilei I 
Scott S. Souza * 8 
Eileen V. Sullivan 
Stephen P. Terpak 
Oscar R. Truitt 
Douglas C. Tucker 
Douglas J. Turner 
Stephen J. Violet te 
Roger W. Whitaker 
Douglas T. Wilson III 
Andrew M. Woodruff 
Russell E. Zucca 





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"Jack "Evil Knivel" Denison". 



Does Your 
Dog Bite? 



"Ok Boczanowski" 
Step Into My Office 





Be Right Behind 
You Noonan 




"Progress" 
"Banquet"? 

What! Is That 

The Fantini Bros? 

Again ? 



I Always get 

Stuck With 

The Garbage!! 



Oh! This Is Fred Rich. 





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Will The 
Senate 
Please 

Come To 
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Oh my God, it's my dog, really 



Where Are Those 

Brownosers When You 

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SOCIAL FRANITY OF 
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Just over six years ago I first 
heard of Stockbridge from a recent 
graduate. This alumni wa<i also a 
member of ATC. fie aroused my 
interest in both Stockbridge and 
ATG. 

Sometimes members learn of 
ATG from their fathers, in fact one 
of us has three generations of ATG 
in his family, starting with his 
grandfather in 1936, his father in 
1959, and now he carries on in 
1983. But we are the exception, 
most of Stockbridge freshman 
never knew ATG existed until 
they received our flyer just before 
orientation. And then only a few 
men take the challenge and decide 
to join the house. But for most all 
of us who join, we feel it was one 
of the best of lifes decisions. For 
ATG is not just a housing option, 
the time spent together in the 
brotherhood is often the basis of 
many lifelong friendships. 

Christopher LeGros 



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FLORI 
PUMPKIN SALE 




CIDER SALE 




FLORI 

CHRISTMAS 

SHOW 



ARBO & PARK 

CLIMBING CONTEST. 




HOLLY 
JOLLY 




PROFESSIONAL AGRICULTURE 
CONVENTION 





INTRODUCTION TO FACULTY 



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DOUGLAS L 

AIRHARZ Ph. D. 

Assistant Professor 
Plant and Soil Sciences 




JAMES F. ANDERSON, 
M. S. 

Associate Professor 
Plant and Soil Sciences 




PRASANTA 

BHOWMIK, Ph. D. 

Assistant Professor 
Plant and Soil Sciences 




ANTHONY BORTON, 
Ph. D. 

Professor 

Veterinary and Animal 

Sciences 




LYLE E. CRAKER, Ph. 
D. 

Associate Professor 
Plant and Soil Sciences 




WILLIAM J. 

BRAMLAGE, Ph. D. 

Professor 

Plant and Soil Sciences 




MARRON s. Dubois. 

B.A. 

Assistant Professor of 
English 




JOE T. CLAYTON Ph. 
D. 

Professor of Food 

Engineering 

Head of Department 







ROBERT T DUBY, Ph. 
D. 

Associate Professor 
Veterinary and Animal 
Science 



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N. EUGENE ENGEL, 
Ph. D. 

Professor 

Agricultural and Recource 

Economics 




GEORGE B. 
GODDARD Ph. D. 

Professor 

Plant and Soil Sciences 




GEORGE J. 
HOCHMUTH, Ph. D. 

Assistant Professor 
Plant and Soil Sciences 




HEINRICH 

FENNER, Ph. D. 
Associate Professor 
Veterinary and Animal 
Sciences 




DUANE W. GREEN, 
Ph. D. 

Associate Professor 
Plant and Soil Sciences 




FRANCIS W. 

HOLMES, Ph. D. 

Professor 
Plant Patholgy 




NANCY L 

GARRABRANTS, B.A. 
Lecturer of 
Plant and Soil Sciences 




TOM S. HAMILTON, 
M.S. 

Associate Proffesor 
Landscape Architecture 
Regional Planning 




THOMAS HOUSTON, 

M. Ed. 

Lecturer 

Landscape Architecture 

Regional Planning 



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WARD M. HUNTING 
Ph. D. 

Associate Professor 

Food Science and Nutrition 




GORDAN S. KING 

Professor 

Landscape Architecture 

Regional Planning 




THEODORE W. LEED, 
Ph. D. 

Professor 

Agricultural And Recource 

Economics 




ERNEST A. 

JOHNSON M.S.A.E. 

Associate Professor 
Food Engineering 




EDWARD K. KNAPP. 
Ph.D. 

Associate Professor 
Agricultural and Resource 
Economics 




WILLIAM J. LORD Ph. 
D. 

Professor 

Plant and Soil Sciences 




ROBERT L. KENT 

M.L.A. 

Associate Professor 

Landscape Architecture 

Regional Planning 




DEANE LEED, Ph. D. 

Professor 

Agricultural and Recource 

Economics 




SIDNEY J. LYFORD, 
Ph. D. 

Associate Professor 
Veterinary and Animal 
Sciences 



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E. BRUCE 

MACDOUGALL, Ph. D. 

Professor and Head of 

Department 

Landscape Architecture and 

Regional Planning. 




JAMES B. MARCUM, 

Ph. D. 

Associate Professor and 
Chairman of Department 
Veterinary and Animal 
Sciences. 




WILLIAM J. MELLEN, 
Ph. S. 

Professor 

Veterinary and Animal 

Sciences. 




EDWARD M. 
MAHONEY, M.S. 

Assistant Professor 
Landscape Architecture and 
Regional Planning. 




DONALD R. 
MARION, Ph. D. 
Associate Professor 
Agricultural and Resource 
Economics 




HAROLD MOSHER, 
M.L.A. 

Professor 

Landscape Architecture and 

Regional Planning. 




WILLIAM MANNING, 
Ph. D. 

Professor 
Plant Pathology. 




PEGGY A. 
MCCONNELL, M.S. 

Assistant Professor 
Veterinary and Animal 
Sciences. 




EDWARD S. PIRA, 

M.S. 

Associate Professor 

Food Engineering. 



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ROBERT PRECHEUR, 
Ph. D. 

Assistant Professor 
Plant and Soil Sciences. 




WILLIAM ROSENAU, 
Ph. D. 

Professor 

Plant and Soil Sciences. 




PAUL N. PROCOPIO, 
Ph. D. 

Professor 

Landscape Architecture and 

Regional Planning. 




FRANKLIN W. 

SOUTHWICK Ph. D. 

Professor 

Plant and Soil Sciences. 




RICHARD ROHDE, 
Ph.D. 

Professor 
Plant Pathology. 




TERRY A. TATTAR, 
Ph. D. 

Associate Professor 
Plant Pathology. 




WILLIAM A. 
TORELLO, Ph. D. 

Assistant Professor 
Plant and Soil Sciences. 




JOSEPH TROLL, Ph. D. 

Professor 

Plant and Soil Sciences. 




WILLIAM D. TUNIS, 
Ph. D. 

Professor of Entomology 
and Associate Dean 
College of Food and Natural 
Resources. 



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ROY VANDRIESCH, 
Ph. D. 

Extension Specialist 
Entomology. 




ROBERT W. 
WAGNER, Ph. D. 
Professor 
Mathematics. 




LESTER F. WHITNEY, 
Ph. D. 

Professor 

Food Engineering. 




JOHN M. ZAK, M.S. 

Professor 

Plant and Soil Sciences. 



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PRESIDENTIAL 
GARDENS 





Gordon King 



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Professor Gordon King was born in Glen Ridge, New 
Jersey. He studied at North Carolina State and received 
his Bachelor Degree in Forestry at Michigan State. With 
this background he went to work for the Firestone Rub- 
ber Company in Liberia, West Africa. Four years later in 
1945, Professor King returned to this country to become 
the Assistant Arborist of Lansing, Michigan. 

In 1955 he joined the ranks of Stockbridge as Assis- 
tant Professor of Arboriculture. By 1956 he received his 
Master Degree from U Mass and attained full professor- 
ship. Since coming to Stockbridge, Professor King has 
been closely involved with students and alumni. He 
served six years as Advisor for the Student Senate. The 
bulletin board outside his office is filled with notices of 
seminars, information about training sessions and certi- 
fication exams and letters from people throughout the 
country telling about job opportunities in the field for 
both placement students and graduates. 

He has written many articles which appeared in pro- 
fessional publications and is a member of the Interna- 



tional Shade Tree Conference and the New England 
Park Association. He also attends many regional, nation- 
al, and international tree meetings. 

In 1971 he was sent for thirty days to Liberia by the 
Peace Corps to evaluate their work. In this country he is 
presently working with OSHA, Occupational Safety and 
Health Association, in reviewing safety standards for the 
park and forest service, and the chainsaw, telephone, 
and utility industries. They meet twice a year to analyse 
why accidents happen in these fields and how they can 
be prevented through regulation and education. Profes- 
sor King would like to see more and better education of 
the workers than more government regulation, but ad- 
mits that both are necessary. 

When Professor King is not teaching, he relaxes on his 
85 acre farm in Leverett where he raises beef, sheep, 
Christmas trees, and runs a bait shop. He has four grand- 
children he takes trout fishing in one of the three brooks 
on his farm. 



STOCKBRIDCE HALL 
OFFICE 





STOCKBRIDGE 

SENATE 

OFFICE 

The Stockbridge Student Senate re- 
cently moved their office from 432 to 
411 Student Union Building this has 
proved to be quite benifical. It has re- 
united the various organizations which 
had previously worked out of the Sen- 
ate office, with their sister organization 
STOSAG. Sometimes this had made 
life quite hectic but the resulting in- 
crease in communication has made the 
move worth while. 

The best thing about this move is 
that it has allowed all organization to 
have better access to our secretary, 
friend and advisor Joan Damon. It is 
with much Thanks and sincere appre- 
ciation that we dedicate this page to 
Joanie. 

Thank you Joanie 





Miachael Boczanowski- Senate -President 
Steven Gregory- Senate Vice President 
Patrick Balfe- Senate Treasurer 
Joan Damon - Senate Office Secretary 
Holly Colt- Senate exective Secretary 



In 1862, perhaps the most turbulent 
time in U.S. history, Abraham Lincoln 
signed into law The Morrill Act 
establishing a system of land grant 
colleges. I take great pride in the fact 
that Mass Aggie, now Stockbridge 
School of Agriculture, and foundation of 
the UMASS system, was one of these 
land grant colleges. We here at 
Stockbridge are priviledged to share in 
such a rich tradition. May we, with Gods 
help, leave with knowledge gained, and, 
body, heart and soul committed. 

yours in agriculture, 
Michael A. Boczanowski 





SHOR THORN 

Our Thanks to this years Shorthorn 
staff, John Carroll Doug Grossman, and 
Editor Chris Legros. Chris and his staff, 
have searched high and low for 
information to get the students of 
Stockhridge. We take our hats off to 
them and take great pride in their job 
well done. 

Thank you Shorthorn Staff. 








The social life at Stockbridge has been 
one of the brightest spots of the year 
Thanks to STOSO. Events like the Wine 
and Cheese Party, Fall Picnic, Halloween 
Party, and the Annual Holly Jolly helped 
to move the fall semester right along, 
with a little relaxation when our Foundry 
Fathers initiated the Stockbridge Social 
Organization they realized that a Party is 
a good way to combat the pressures of the 
tough academics at Stockbridge. Second 
semester should prove to be even a greater 
success with the Progress Banquet and the 
Spring Picnic. A special Thanks to the 
Brothers of ATG for their many fine 
Happy Hours. 

Thank you STOSO 






STOSAG STAFF 

Thanks to the persistant hardwork and 
diligence of these dedicated Stockbridge students, 
the rest of us can enjoy our very own yearbook. 

As we lose ourselves in memories captured 
throughout these pages and recognize our fellow 
friends and classmates, may we pause and 
applaude the organization and corporation of the 
yearbook squad of 1983. 

Brian McVey 

I wish to show appreciation to the following 
members of the yearbook squad; 
Lynn Bonnevie Zayka- Yearbook Editor 
Kathy Lamberti - Assistant Editor 
James Conant- Photo Editor 
Janice Gregory- Layout 
Lenita VanHook- Layout 
Ronald Davis- Layout 
Kim Hanson- Layout 
Wendy LeSage- Layout 
Ellen Smith- Layout 
Kathy Downs- Layout 
James Paduch- Layout 
Brian McVey- Layout 
Rick Morley- Layout 
Prudy Burt- Layout 
Lois Mechance- Layout 
Peter lonnitte- Layout 





The 1983 STOSAG staff would 
like to express their appreciation to 
Professor Edward S. Pira for his 
undounted efforts in assisting in the 
production of the 1983 yearbook. 

Professor Pira is a thoughtful and 
highly respected man both at school 
and at home. He has not only 
gained the respect from his 
associates but also from his students. 
We have found a friend in him and 
we want to Thank him for 
contributing to our very special 
years at Stockbridge. 



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STOCKBRIDGE CLASS OFFICERS 

In the past two years I have had a 
small part in the coming together of a 
well organized, highly professional and 
dedicated group of people. The class of 
1983 has shown a great deal of 
enthusiasm and support for Stockbridge 
as well as the agricultural industry. It is 
my feeling that in this fast changing 
world the class of 1983 will leave a 
distinctive mark in the ever changing 
field of agriculture. 

Thom Featherstone 




Thorn Featherstone 
-1983- 





Bill Simard 
-1981-1982- 



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/ wish to extend a large Thank you to my entire 
crew who stood by me and worked with me to meet 
those ever persistent deadlines. We ran into some 
major problems and I had to make some tough 
decisions, my crew stood by me after I had made 
them, even though some people thought then and 
now that I was wrong. So as a result of my 
outstandish attitude and my cantankerous behavior, 
I now only have three friends in the whole world 
Kathy, Wendy, and James. 

To Thank Kathy and Wendy who both brought 
pages home with them over vacation is Just not 
enough. I think of all the times I have yelled at 
them and made the yearbook production more 
difficult then it really need be. I am truly grateful 
to you both. 

I want to Thank James Conant for his a amazing 
wizardry in getting just the right angle and shots 
that were needed, for his ability to laugh at my 
frequent outbreaks of anger, to change the color of 
my neck from red back to its pasty white, to bring 
me back to earth and back to reality after a long 
day in the yearbook office. Its to bad James wasn't 
here for the final production days of the yearbook 
as I'm sure I would have had to correct somemore 
of his contributions. 

Thank you Ron (you are a C.D.S.) and all the rest 
of you, I'm sure you know who you are; Its been 
real .... 

/ hope this yearbook is what you all had 
expected, and if you don't like it; tough it can't be 
redone!!! 

Its alright Tom I walk on the bottoms not on the 
tops, and Jo-ann enlarge you're disk!!! 




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Yearbooks hold the past it seems, 
What we were and future dreams. 
Pictures freeze a frame in time, 
memories here are yours and mine. 

So look and learn of days gone by, 
your sure to feel a tear dropped eye. 
All these pictures, memories past, 
Stockbridge stage and we the cast. 

Friends we made will always be, 
preserved throughout the ages. 
Friends we made and never see; 
preserved within these pages. 



Remember well the Stockbridge Hall, 
and all the faces we recall. 
Remember well the best two years, 
when Stockbridge showed us our true peers. 

Thank-you yearbook and its crew, 
Stockbridge shows its gratitude. 
Thank-you yearbook with its past. 
Pictured friends that last and last. 






Brian McFay 




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ARCHIVES 



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STOCKBRIDGE 
SCHOOL OF 
AGRICULTURE. 
AMHERST, 
MASS. 

1983 Supplement 





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During my recent vacation in Florida, I met a women who for the last twenty 
years has been counseling young college students. She made a statement which I 
found disturbing. She said, ''The young people today, in general, lack the desire, 
the motivation, and the drive to excel; they seem only willing to do enough to get 
by at some lesser level''. She asked me if I found this attitude prevalent among the 
young people with whom I come in contact. I was able to answer her quickly and 
honestly, "NO"! The vast majority of college students I am privileged to counsel in 
the Stockbridge School of Agriculture still exhibit a very healthy attitude towards 
their future in the world of work. 

Your class has not given me any reason to change my opinion and I do not 
expect this opinion to change even after you graduate. Many of you are 
looking forward to owning your own business related to agriculture. Although 
it will not be easy, I am certain you will succeed for I do not believe that you 
have lost your Desire, your Motiviation, your Drive to excel in your chosen 
field of work. 

An important fact which helps reinforce my belief is that within the many 
agriculturally related enterprises I meet with during the year I see many 
Stockbridge Alumni who are indeed excelling in their work. 

I am confident that during the next few years in my travels, I will meet 
many of you who will be driving hard to excel and who will be successful!. 

John W. Denison, 

Director, 

Stockbridge School of Agriculture 

and Assistant Dean, College of Food 

and Natural Resources. 




THANKS STOCKBRIDGEH 



I hear and read this phrase over and over, from former students. Graduates 
who have gone on for one, two, or even three degrees still call or write back to 
the school in appreciation of what it has done for them. 

At your Progress Banquet, I was pleased to hear several seniors make it a 
point to mention how much the School has meant to them as students. I think 
all of you will be amazed at how much it is going to mean to you as alumni. 
The Stockbridge School of Agriculture has not only given you a fine 
education, it has given you the warm and comfortable feeling of belonging. 
And this warm and comfortable feeling will stay with you the rest of your 
lives. For you will always belong to the Stockbridge School. 

Will you, someday, call and say, ''Stockbridge has done so much for me, 
what can I do for Stockbridge?'', as one graduate did? Will you write and say, 
"Thanks Stockbridge!" as many have done? I think you will, for as time goes 
by, more and more you will realize how much the Stockbridge philosophy is 
influencing your lives. I don't know exactly how Stockbridge has affected you. 
Only you know. I know that it has made a better person of me. TffANKS 
STOCKBRIDGE! 



lona Mae Reynolds 
Associate Director 




The class of 1983 dedicates this page to 
a man who has left a lasting impression 
upon us all. In his six years of service as 
the Faculty Advisor to the Student 
Senate, he has shed many words of 
wisdom. It is unfortunate Dr. Douglas 
Airhart will not be returning to 
Stockbridge following the 1983 school 
year. 

We would like to thank him and want 
him to know that he is first rate and 
first in the hearts of his students. 




PROGRESS 
BANQUET 




LIVESTOCK 
CLASSIC 




SENIORS HOME ADDRESSES 



Adeyinka, Ayodeji D. 
P.O. Box 489 
Shrewsbery, Ma. 01545 
Alden, Luther M. 
18 Adams St. 
Westborougb, Ma. 01581 
Almeida, Richard J. 
340 Handy St. 
Attieboro. Ma. 02703 
Amaral, Peter J. Jr. 
59 Summer St. 
Rehoboth, Ma. 02769 
Anderson, Christopher J. 
31 WatervUet Ave. 
Pompton Lakes, N.J. 07442 
Anderson, Keith W. 
47 Winthrop Rd. 
Lexington. Ma. 02173 
Anderson, Raymond N. Jr. 
4 Raymond Place 
Cromwell, Ct. 06416 
Balfe, Patrick F. 
15 Lyman Rd. 
Milton, Ma. 02186 
Ballou, Lurene T. 
80 Fountain St. 
Orange, Ma. 01364 
Bardwell, Genevieve 
124 King St. 

Northampton, Ma. 01060 
Bengston, Bruce W. 
4 Main St. 
Dover, Ma. 02030 
Benoit, Dennis K. 
36 Armory Lane 
Southbridge. Ma. 01550 
Benson, Joel M. 
71 Weeden Rd. 
Fairhaven, Ma. 02719 
Binney, Edward A. 
128 Pine St. 
Waltham, Ma. 02154 
Bober, Jeffrey A. 
449 Pleasant St. 
Framingbam, Ma. 01701 
Boczanowski, Michael A. 
21 Highland St. 
Medway. Ma. 02053 
Bonnevie Zayka, Lynn A. 
133 School St. 
Acton, Ma. 01720 
Bowiy, Peter H. 
55 Cottage St. 
Amherst, Ma. 01002 
Boy, Rory S. 
1510 Flanders Rd. 
Southington, CT. 06489 
Bradley, Gregory B. 
7 Hemlock RDG 
Kensington, Ct. 06037 
Brosnan, Sean P. 
40 Viele Ave. 
Worcester, Ma. 01605 
Brown, Milton H. 
276 Lowell Rd. 
Hudson, N.H. 03051 
Bucchanio. Joseph E. 
711 Pond St. 
Franklin, Ma. 02038 
Burke. Peter J. 
21 Belevedere Ave. 
Framingham, Ma. 01085 
Burrington, Frances M. 
48 Wood Rd. 
Westfield, Ma. 01085 
Caldwell, Philip G 
P.O. Box 654 
Yarmouth. Ma. 04096 
Callahan, Clivia P. 
34 Rust Ave. 
Northampton. Ma. 01060 
Cameron, Shawn A. 



Baldwinvilie Rd. 
Phillipston, Ma. 01331 
Canuel, Leo J. 
859 Wood St. 
Somerset, Ma. 02726 
Cass. David K. 
88 Ridge Ave. 
Athol. Ma. 01331 
Chmura. Annmary 
18 Cycle St. 

Westfield. Ma. 01085 

Claffey. John F 

147-E Brittany Manor 

Amherst, Ma. 01002 

Cleveland, Sarah G. 

14 Hancock St. 
Northampton, Ma. 01060 
Colt, Holly J. 

97a North wood Apts. 
Sunderland, Ma. 01375 
Conant, James B. 
44 Caroline St. 
Pittsfield. Ma. 01201 
Conroy Shepley, Patricia E. 
RFD Chesterfield Rd. 
Northampton, Ma. 01060 
Creelman, Mark A. 
11 Jabish St. 
Belchertown, Ma. 01007 
Cronin, Paul D. 
205 Prospect St. 
Northampton, Ma. 01060 
Crowley, Joseph P. 
2 Tapley Rd. 
Lynnfield. Ma. 01940 
Cusack, Gary Anthony 
62 Elm St. 

Hingham. Ma. 02043 
Davenport, Abe J. 
Box 48 Tower Rd. 
Shelburne Falls. Ma. 01370 
Davis, Ronald S. 
11 Crest Ave. 
Lunenburg, Ma. 01462 
Davis, Sally L. 
37 Fairman Rd. 
Orange. Ma. 01364 
Deptula. Paul J. 
109 J. Soutbwood Apt. 
Amherst. Ma. 01002 
Dickson. Neal A. 
North Main St. 
Petersham. Ma. 01366 
Dillon. Edward F. 
55 Orchard St. 
Millis, Ma. 02054 
Doherty. Mark J. 
P.O. Box 841 
W. Brookfield. Ma. 01585 
Domasinsky, Edward J. 
RFD 2 Box 3400 
Clinton. Me. 04927 
Dorn, Gary R. 
N91 W17524 Roosevelt Dr. 
Menomonee Fall, WI 53051 
Downs. Kathy J. 
169 South St. 
Douglas, Ma. 01516 
Dragon, Charles A. 
234 North St. 
Northampton. Ma. 01060 
Duda, Mary E. 
272 East St. 

Easthampton, Ma. 01027 
Dupras, Sharon R. 
17 Marie Ave. 
So. Weymouth, Ma. 02190 
Durand, Charles P. 
Gilbertville Rd. 
Hardwick, Ma. 01037 
Dziura, Stanley M. 

15 Sunset Rock Rd. 



Wilbraham, Ma. 01095 
Ekross, William C 
47 Hunnewell Rd. 
Worcester, Ma. 01606 
Faddoul, Andrew J. 
Farrar Rd. 
Lincoln. Ma. 01773 
Featherstone. Thomas R. 
155 Prospect St. 
Ashland. Ma. 01721 
Fellows, Arthur M. 
90 West River St. 
Orange, Ma. 01364 
Ferris. Joseph E. 
95 East Pleasant St. 
Amherst. Ma. 01002 
Fitzpatrick. Thomas R. 
154 North Main St. 
Belchertown. Ma 01007 
Flannery, Patrick E. 
62 Brooks St. 
Maynard. Ma. 01754 
Fogarty. Matthew 
19 NoTthwood Apts 
Sunderland, Ma. 01375 
Fredette. Gerard E. 

15 Hope St. 
Achushnet. Ma. 02743 
Fritsche, Andrew J. 

8 Winter St. 
Northboro, Ma. 01532 
Galanos, Thomas P. 
21 Waters St. 
Millbury, Ma. 01527 
Ceer, William M. 
18 King Phillips Path 
Duxbury, Ma. 02332 
Goldstein. Mitchell P. 

16 Rutledge Rd. 
Natick. Ma. 01760 
Goodchild, Bruce A. 
R 1 Box 53 

Shelburne Falls, Ma. 01370 
Cowan, Teresa A. 
38 East Pine St. 
Saranac Lake, N. Y. 12983 
Grace. Christopher G. 
41 Shelter Rock Rd. 
Manhasset. N.Y. 11030 
Grammo, Robert E. Jr. 
37 Bethany Rd. 
Monson. Ma. 01057 
Gunville, Francis P. 
478 Main St. 
Weymouth, Ma. 02190 
Hall, Alexander G 
233 River Rd. 
North Hadley, Ma. 01035 
Hannum, John S. 
113 North St. 
Whately, Ma. 01093 
Hansen. Kimberlee 
204 Cakpakachoag St. 
Auburn, Ma. 01501 
Harris, Douglas J. 
44 Rust Ave. 
Northampton. Ma. 01060 
Hart. Thomas S. 
55 Duclos Dr. 
Feeding Hills, Ma. 01030 
Heintzelman, William J. 
94 Middle St. 
Amherst. Ma. 01002 
Hewitt, Nancy A. 
634 South Pleasant St. 
Amherst, Ma. 01002 
Hiccox, Charles J. 
30 Newman Ave. 
Seekonk, Ma. 02771 
Houle, Dennis J. 
87 Pendexter Ave. 
Chicopee, Ma. 01013 



Huska. Steven F. 

253A Wahconah St. 

Apt. it 24 

Pittsvield. Ma. 01201 

Jablonski, Mark A. 

9 Cordaville Rd. 

Soutbboro, Ma. 01772 

Johnson, Mona A. 

47 Walnut Ridge Rd. 

Stow, Ma. 01775 

Kaczyk. Donna M. 

72 Longfellow Rd 

Worcester. Ma. 01602 

Kelly, John R. 

22 Wilson Abe 

Arlington. Ma. 02174 

Key, Stephen B. 

Maple Lane 

Spofford, N.H. 03462 

King, George P. 

66 Elm St. 

W Townsend. Ma. 01474 

Knaggs, Mary P. 

81 Weeks Ave. 

Cornwall on HU, N.Y. 12520 

Kowaleck. James M. 

42 Park Rd. 

Sunderland. Ma. 01375 

Kuzdizal. Katherine A. 

North St. 

Montague, Ma. 01351 

Lafortune. Douglas J. 

34 Locust St. 

Danvers. Ma. 01923 

Lamberti, Kathleen F. 

97 Doane St. 

Quincy, Ma. 02169 

Lavigne. Mark D. 

Oakland Shores 

Spencer, Ma. 01562 

Legros. Christopher G. 

117 Greenvale Ave. 

Weymouth. Ma. 02188 

Lesage, Wendy M. 

19 Old Amherst Rd. 

Belchertown, Ma. 01007 

Lesser. Simon L. 

1520 S. East St. 

Amherst, Ma. 01002 

Manning, Craig F. 

a Franker Rd. 

Saugus. Ma. 01906 

Martin, Theodore J. 

55 Kemble St. 

Lenox. Ma. 01240 

McGill, James A. 

70 Townsend Rd. 

Scituate. Ma. 02060 

McCovern, Joanne M. 

286 Highland St. 

Worcester, Ma. 01602 

McManus, Jeanne M. 

41 Oakland St. 

Wellesley, Ma. 02181 

McVey, Brian C. 

125 Long Pond Circle 

Centerville. Ma. 02632 

Medeiros. Tony V. 

169 Barnes St. 

Fall River. Ma. 02723 

Melican. David T 

85 Brigham Hill Rd. 

Grafton, Ma. 01519 

Moniz, Gary K. 

53 Old Warren Rd. 

Swansea, Ma. 02777 

Morgado, Paul J. 

40 Fair St. 

New Bedford. Ma. 02740 

Mortell, Francine M. 

92 Town Hill St. 

Quincy, Ma. 02169 



Mougin, Lori 
57 Theresa Terrace 
Lee, Ma. 01238 
Mullins. James S. 
308 Grangehall Rd. 
Dalton, Ma. 01226 
Mushnick. Glenn D. 
68 Pleasant St. 
Millis. Ma. 02054 
Noonan, Mark A. 
563 Parker St. 
E. Longmeadow, Ma. 01028 
Nuvaliie, David A. 
14 Marietta St. 
No. Adams, Ma 01247 
O'Connor, Michael 
West Lake Rd. 
Marietta. NY. 13110 
O'Meara.. Neal F. 
11 Swarthmore Rd 
Wellesley, Ma. 02181 
OSullivan. Brian P. 
77 South St. 
Boston. Ma. 02130 
Paduch, James B. 
26 Highland Street 
Middleboro. Ma. 02346 
Paquette. John J. 
56 Lincoln Ave. 
So. Hadley. Ma. 01075 
Paitplis. Neil R. 
387 Commonwealth Rd. 
Wayland, Ma. 01778 
Pendergast, Scott R. 
176 Tern Lane 
Centerville, Ma. 02632 
Powtak. Carol A. 
65 Harrington Rd. 
Chicopee, Ma. 01020 
Puleo, Stephen J. 
Star Rte Pelham Hill Rd. 
Shutesbury, Ma. 01072 
Randall, Mark J. 
8 Clear view Dr. 
Cranston, R.l. 02920 
Reardon. Robert P. 

22 Hosmer St. 
Acton. Ma. 01720 
Ricord. Joann P. 
38 Winter St. 
Winchendon, Ma. 01475 
Roth well, Paul B. 

24 Harwood Rd. 
Natick. Ma. 01760 
Sa-ama, Nancy M. 
Box 82 

Turners Falls. Ma. 01376 
Schenck. Robert R. 
813 Plymouth Ave. 
Fall River, Ma. 02721 
Schmucki, Karl A. 

23 Colorado Dr. 
Holden, Ma. 01520 
Schrak, Timothy W. 
62 Hanover Ave. 
Morris Plains. N.J. 07950 
Scott, Jeffrey M. 

2 Circle Dr. 

Pawling, N.Y. 12564 

Sears. Richard J. 

251 Main St. 

So Yarmouth. Ma. 02664 

Shanor, Elizabeth L. 

132 Belchertown Rd. 

Amherst, Ma. 01002 

Simard, William J. 

37 Norwood Terrace 

Holyoke, Ma. 01040 

Simpson, Peter D. 

22 Roseland Ave. 

W. Soringfield, Ma. 01089 

Sottile, Janet M. 



Worcester Rd. 

Barre. Ma. 01005 

Souza. Scott S. 

312 Market St. 

Swansea. Ma. 02777 

Stephenson. Lorraine D. 

Main St. 

Bolton, Ma. 01740 

Stevens, Jeffrey H. 

167 Shutesbury Rd. 

Leverett. Ma. 01054 

Stone, Brian J. 

54 Maple Lane 

Northboro, Ma. 01532 

Street, Duncan G 

Meadowbrook Rd. 

Lincoln. Ma. 01773 

Stusick, Teodore G. 

14 Mountain View St. 

Wilbraham, Ma. 01095 

Sullivan. Eileen V. 

24 Pitts St. 

Natick. Ma. 01760 

Talmage, Shirley A. 

878 Fireplace Rd. 

East Hampton, N.Y. 11937 

Trask, Scott B. 

4 Richmond St. 

Haverhill, Ma. 01830 

Truitt, Oscar R. 

D4 North Village 

Amherst. Ma. 01002 

Tucker. Douglas C. 

17 Garfield St. 

Maynard, Ma. 01754 

Turcotte, Robert W. 

83 Hickory Rd. 

Leominster, Ma. 01453 

Turner, Douglas J. 

7 Summer St. 

Shelburne Falls. Ma. 01370 

Tworig. Richard P. II 

104 North Rd. 

North Adams, Ma. 01247 

Van Hook. Lenita M. 

360 Henshaw St. 

Leichester. Ma. 01524 

Violette. Stephen J. 

647 Northfield Rd. 

Lunenberg. Ma. 01462 

Waldron, Lynne 5. 

23 Galloway Rd. 

Chelmsford. Ma. 01824 

Whitaker, Roger W. 

J Cain Cty Clb Unity Rd 

Newport. N.H. 03773 

Wilson. Douglas T. Ill 

9 Oakleaf Dr. 

West Mansfield, Ma. 02048 

Woodruff, Andrew M. 

RFD State Rd 

Vineyard Haven, Ma. 02568 

Zucca, Russell E. 

304 Warren Ave. 

Mamaroneck, NY. 10543 

Lorna Edgar 

Mt Harris Road 

Granby, Ma. 01033 

Dr. Paul Miskousky 

10 Factory St. 
Sandwich, Ma. 02563 
Vickie Verge 

P.O. Box 155 Shaw road 
Goshea, Ma 01032 
Janice Gregory 
1235 Warren Ave. 
Brockton, Ma. 02401 




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