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STOSAG 1986 

Stockbridge 

School of 
Agriculture 

Amherst, Massachusetts 




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CONTENTS 

Introduction 
Dedication 
John W. Denison . . . 
Faculty . . . 4 
Seniors .. . 13 
Fall Events 30 
Student Senate . . . 42 
Class Officers 43 
Yearbook Advisor . . . 44 
Organizations .45 
Clubs 54 
Basketball 62 
Special Events . . . 64 



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Dedica tion 





There will always be certain people who standout and 
make an impact on others. These people are few and far 
between and deserve the right and privilege to be remem- 
bered by those with whom they have been associated. Surely 
Nancy Garrabrants is included in this group. This fiery moti- 
vater and all around friend has put new life into the Floricul- 
ture program and Stockbridge itself. 

She has been instrumental in recruiting with Debbie Boyce, 
(alumnus and new recruiter), strengthening ties with our 
Alumni, and promoting Stockbridge among the University 
and prospective students. Nancy is well thought of and re- 
spected by all, from the alumni to the front office and to the 
students of this school. 

She is a person with both knowledge and personality. A 
person whom all can go to for guidance and advice and come 
out with a true friend and a lasting bond. Nancy, we the 
Stockbridge Class of 1986 are proud and honored to have you 
among us and proudly dedicate this yearbook to you. We hope 
you will be here for many years to come, to give future stu- 
dents the benefit of your interest in the Stockbridge School. 
Once again we thank you for your friendship, teaching and 
your knowledge. 






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John W. Denison 

Director, 

Stockbridge School Of 

Agriculture And 

Assistant 

Dean, College Of Food 

And Natural 

Resourses 



1984-1986!! These have been challenging, exciting, different 
and rewarding years for you, me and the school. The Class of '86 
was the smallest class to enter Stockbridge since the middle 
1950's. Because you were a small class, you created lots of 
concern and interest. The administrators of our college and the 
University have expressed much concern about our declining 
enrollment. Not much really happened though until the Stock- 
bridge Alumni Directors along with an active promotional com- 
mittee, (made up of many of you, the office staff and interested 
faculty), got together to promote Stockbridge and its programs. 

Excellent promotional booths were set up and manned at the 
Eastern States Exposition and at the Worcester Centrum. The 
Stockbridge Alumni Association provided funds to hire a half- 
time recruiter, (a Stockbridge grad!), to work exclusively to 
promote and recruit for Stockbridge. Along with these exciting 
new promotional functions, many of you students went back to 
your high schools to tell our story. With everyone working to- 
gether we should be able to offer more young people the bene- 
fits of a Stockbridge education. 

This message in your yearbook allows me to thank all of you 
who have helped in this important endeavor and to wish each 
and everyone of you continued good health and happiness and 
success in your career! Oh yes, welcome to a great Alumni Asso- 
ciation! 





Karen Cerow 



Elizabeth Wiernasz 




Stockbridge Secretaries 

Almost every school has great administrators that help to 
make it into a successful school. But who is it that helps to make 
the administrators look good? Their secretaries do, and great 
secretaries make for outstanding institutions. 

Here at Stockbridge we are extremely fortunate to have the 
best of the best for secretaries, Karen Cerow and Elizabeth 
Wiernasz. Karen and Liz are the two remarkable people who 
keep the Stockbridge School constantly moving forward, with 
the greatest of efficiency. 

As you know by now, they are not just your every day secre- 
taries. Along with all the great help they offer to all of us, Karen 
and Liz add that special family atmosphere that makes Stock- 
bridge the special school that it is. 

Karen and Liz, we the Class of 1986, thank you for your time, 
guidance, friendship and endless patience you have given to us 
over the past two years. We will never be able to repay all that 
you have done for us. Once again, thank you! 



Faculty And 

Special Thanks to 



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JAMES F. 

ANDERSON 

M.S. 

Associate Professor 

Plant and Soil 

Sciences 



PRASANTA 

BHOWMIK 

Pb.D. 

Assistant Professor 

Plant and Soil 

Sciences 



ANTHONY BORTON 
Pb.D. 

Professor of 
Veterinary and 
Animal Sciences 




RICHARD J. 

COOPER 

Pb.D. 

Assistant Professor 

Plant and Soil 

Sciences 



LYLE E. CRAKER 
Pb.D. 

Professor of Plant 
and Soil Sciences 



JOHN W. DENISON 
Ed.D. 

Professor of 
Veterinary and 
Animal Sciences 







WILLIAM J. 

BRAMLAGE 

Pb.D. 

Professor of Plant 

and Soil Sciences 




ROBERT T. DUBY 

Pb.D. 

Associate Professor 

Veterinary and 

Animal Sciences 




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N. EUGENE ENGEL 
Pb.D. 

Professor of 
Agriculture and 
Resource Economics 



HEINRICH FENNER 

Pb.D. 

Associate Professor 

Veterinary and 

Animal Sciences 



NANCY L. 

GARRABRANTS 

B.A. 

Lecturer of Plant and 

Soil Sciences 



GEORGE B. 

GODDARD 

Pb.D. 

Professor of Plant 

and Soil Sciences 




DUANE W. GREENE 

Pb.D. 

Associate Professor 

Plant and Soil 

Sciences 



TOM S. HAMILTON 

M.S. 

Associate Professor 

Landscape 

Architecture and 

Regional Planning 



FRANCIS W. 

HOLMES 

Pb.D. 

Professor of Plant 

Pathology 



THOMAS HOUSTON 
M.Ed. 

Lecturer of 
Landscape 
Architecture and 
Regional Planning 




WARD M. HUNTING 

Ph.D. 

Associate Professor 

of Food Science and 

Nutrition 



ERNEST A. 

JOHNSON 

M.S.A.E. 

Associate Professor 

Food Engineering 



ROBERT L. KENT 

M.L.A. 

Associate Professor 

Landscape 

Architecture and 

Regional Planning 



DEANE LEE 

M.S. 

Associate Professor 

Agriculture and 

Resource Economics 




WILLIAM J. LORD 

Ph.D. 

Professor of Plant 

and Soil Sciences 



SIDNEY J. LYFORD 
Ph.D. 

Professor of 
Veterinary and 
Animal Sciences 



WILLIAM P. 

MacCONNELL 

M.F. 

Porfessor of Forestry 

and Wildlife 

Management 



WILLIAM J. 

MANNING 

Ph.D. 

Professor of Plant 

Pathology 






MICHAEL A. 

MARCOTRIGIANO 

Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor 

Plant and Soil 

Sciences 



JAMES B. MARCUM 
Pb.D. 

Professor of 
Veterinary and 
Animal Sciences 



DONALD R. MARION 
Pb.D. 

Associate Professor 
Agriculture and 
Resource Economics 



HERBERT V. MARSH 

JR. 

Pb.D. 

Professor of Plant 

and Soil Sciences 




PEGGY A. 

McCONNELL 

M.S. 

Assistant Professor 

Veterinary and 

Animal Sciences 



WILLIAM J. 
MELLEN 
Pb.D. 

Professor of 
Veterinary and 
Animal Sciences 



HAROLD E. MOSHEB 
M.L.A. 

Professor of 
Landscape 
Arcbitecture and 
Regional Planning 



EDWARD S. PIRA 

M.S. 

Associate Professor 

Food Engineering 




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Photo 



WILLIAM A. 

ROSENAU 

Pb.D. 

Professor of Plant 

and Soil Sciences 



H. DENNIS RYAN III TERRY A. TATTAR 



M.S. 

Lecturer of 
Landscape 
Arcbitecture and 
Regional Planning 



Pb.D. 

Associate Professor 

Plant Patbology 



CHARLES H. 
THOMPSON 

M.S. 

Instructor of Forestry 

and Wildlife 

Management 




WILLIAM A. 

TORELLO 

Pb.D. 

Assistant Professor 

Plant and Soil 

Sciences 



JOSEPH TROLL 
Pb.D. 

Professor of Plant 
and Soil Sciences 




DAVID WILCOCK 

Pb.D. 

Assistant Professor 

Agriculture and 

Resource Economics 



BERNIE HILTON 
Farm Foreman 




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ROY VanDRIESCHE 

Ph.Ji. 

Extension Specialist 

for Entomology 



LESTER F. 
WHITNEY 
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Professor Food 
Engineering 




THOMAS JAMES KRUPA 

BEAUCHESNE Frencb Hall 

Lecturer of Plant and Greenbouses 
Soil Sciences 




JOHN TRISTAN JEFF ANDERSON 

Durfee Conservatory Frencb Hall 

Greenbouses 



ROBERTA ZIDIK GAIL SCHUMANN 

Agricultural Pb.D. 

Engineering Building Professor Plant 

Office Patbology 



Professor Hamilton 





Easily recognized around campus by his students, 
with his beret and turtleneck shirt, is Professor Thom- 
as S. Hamilton Jr. Professor Hamilton joined the 
Stockbridge faculty as an instructor in Landscape Ar- 
chitecture in 1953 with a B.F.A. 

Future Stockbridge and University students will not 
have the pleasure of his famous 8:00 am slide lectures; 
for Professor Hamilton has elected to retire at the end 
of the Spring 1986 semester. 

From those of us who have had the opportunity and 
honor to have been aquainted with such a fine man, we 
wish you the best of health and happiness in your re- 
tirement years. We hope that you will remember fond- 
ly your years here at Stockbridge. Professor Hamilton, 
we also hope that you will not forget us, for we shall 
never forget what you have taught us. Enjoy your re- 
tirement! We will surely miss you!!! 
The Class of 1986 



History 










Through these doors we pass 
always looking back in fondness; 
reaching to the future with anticipation, 
for our education yet to come. 

Some up front and some behind, 
for a common goal we've strived. 
Like others before and yet to come. 
Our Body, Heart and Soul. 

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PATRICK J. ALBERINI 

Turf 



THOMAS D. BAHLER 

Land. Op. 
Land. Op. Club 



ROBERT BAILEY 

Land. Op. 




ERIC BEAUREGARD 

An. Ag. 

An. Ag. Club Vice President 



BRIAN S. BOOTH 

An. Ag. 



GLENN J. BOYD 

Ar. & Pk. 

Ar. & Pk. Vice President 



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DANIEL D. BROGLINO 

Ar. & Pk. 



MARK BRUNO 

Land. Op. 

Senate A.T.G. Rep. B.B.C., Steward 
A.T.G., To all my brothers of A.T.G. 
thanks to all the people who helped 
me make it possible. 



RICHARD BURSCH 

Flori. 

Brother of Alpha Tau Gamma, Student 
Senate Pres., Student Senate 84-85, 
Vice Pres. Florl. Club 84-85, It's too 
funny; I have to laugh; I must chuckle. 
Hey Nancy, get a clue. You're a squid. 





GREG L. BURT 

Flori. 

Pres. Flori. Club 86-86, V.P. Flori. 
Club 84-85, '86 Yearbook Dedication: 
To my Grandfather Hendrick C. 
Niehuys. Special Thanks; to Mr. Huge, 
Mr. R. Bursch, and Mr. Fudge. Body 
Heart and Soul to Dear Old 
Stockbridge 



KEVIN P. CHATIGNY 

An. Ag. 



PAUL A. CHESTERSON 

Turf 



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BILL COLLINS 

Ar. & Pk. 

Ar. & Pk. Club Pres. 85-86, Senate, 
Soocer Fresh. Yr., Good luck to all 
Arbor and Park seniors, It's been a 
great two years. Thanks to Mr. 
Houston and Mr. Ryan and especially 
to Mom and Dad. 



JEFFREY J. COLLINS 

Fruit & Veg. 



GREGORY A. COOK 

Ar. & Pk. 

Sport Parachute Club, Intramural 

Football, Theatre Guild 




MARK E. COPPONI 

Ar. & Pk. 

Alpha Tau Gamma, Ar. & Pk. Club, 
Senator, ISA Member, Pub Club 
Nancy/82/, ATG , Good luck to 
fellow students. 



JAMES F. CREEDON 

Land. Op. 



STEPHEN JAMES CROWE 

Land. Op. 

Pres. Alpha Tau Gamma, Freshman 
Class Tres., Senate, Merlin, Retired 
Pub Crawler, Barsie's, Long live the 
Drake, Meatball Subs, Katie Katie 
Katie Baby-2/14/85 



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MARK E. CULLEN 

Land. Op. 

"Cull", Land Op Club, Basketball. I 
like partying with the gang (Mike, 
Chris, John, "Z", Adam), I love you 
Anita, Swing easy pinko, "You're a no 
house, walking the dog ..." 



LINDA L. CURTIS 

An. Ag. 



TERRENCE M. DALEY 

Turf 




MICHAEL DAVIDSOHN 

Land. Op. 

Land. Op. Club, Basketball, Mazzei, 
Cull, Z, Chris, had some great times! 
Thanks everyone for a great two 
years. 306 Party Place 



JONATHAN DOWSE 

Fruit & Veg. 

Fruit & Veg. Club Tres., Club Pres., 

Senate Tres., P.A.C., B.O.G., Stosag 

Don't worry Jeff will be late. Hey 

Jeff, you sure they grow good in 

California? 



RICHARD L. EVANS 

Turf 

Turf Club 

Well Mom, College is over. Thanks for 

everything but, "The work goes on, 

the cause endures, the hope still lives 

and the dream shall never die." 



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The Class 





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CHRISTOPHER FALLON 

Ar. & Pk. 

Arbor and Park Club 




SCOTT PATRICK FIRTH GREGORY P. FRENI 

Ar. & Pk. Turf 

Alpha Tau Gamma, Secretary Arbor "Pumpy", Turf Club 

and Park Club, Jr. Pub Club 




NICK FRONTIERA 

An. Ag. 

An. Ag. Club, STOSO, Alpha Tau 

Gamma, Senate. I don't know Steve., 

The Alpha Tau Gamma experience at 

Stockbridge 



SCOTT P. FUDGE 

Flori. 



MARK GAGNE 

Turf 

Turf Club, Stockbridge Golf 



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MALCOLM W. GEORGE 

Ar. & Pk. 

Arbor & Park Club, U. Mass Ski Club 
Yahoo! Remember when . . ? "Well, 
how did I get here?"-David Byrne 



JAMES CURRAN GIROUARD 

Turf 

Turf Club, Alpha Tau Gamma, Pub 
Club Irish Power, "Don't Worry about 
it". Thanks ATG, and the PH's, God 
still loves Les, "Animalitis", "Pub 
Crawlers" "See ya on the dark side of 
the moon." 



SCOTT GODIN 

Flori. 
Floriculture Club 




PAUL M. GORDON 

Turf 



JOSEPH M. GRADY 

Turf 



JOHN D. GRANT 

Ar. & Pk. 

Arbor & Park Club 

Decorum Paddleies, Brew Master 

Limited "Never let schooling stand in 

the way of your education." Mark 

Twain 



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STEVEN TODD HASELTON JOHN D. HOWE 

Turf Turf 

Turf Club, Soccer. The last two years 
have been fun! Good Luck everyone. 



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WILLIAM R. JAHOS 

Turf 




STEPHEN J. JOHNSTON EDWARD J. KOSAKOWSKI 

Turf Land Op. 

Turf Club, Alpha Tau Gamma, Take it 

easy! 



MIKE LANGKAU 

Turf 

Turf Club, GCSAA 



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GLEN LAPHAM 

Land. Op. 

Land. Op. Club, Turf Club. Go for it. 



DONALD R. LARIVIERE 

Fruit & Veg. 

Fruit & Veg. Club. President of the 
Bob Rynk Fan Club. Good luck to all 
Fruit & Veg people. 



ADAM W. LATHAM 

Land. Op. 

Stosag Editor, Student Senate, Land. 
Op. Club. Mark, Mike and "Z" its been 
fun. " . Once in a lifetime, may be 
the last time . . . "Chicago 





MICHELLE ALISSA LITTLE 

Land. Op. 

Senate, Land. Op. Club, Secretary '86, 
Stosag. Everything isn't perfect in 
God's perfect plan . . . , "Can we make 
earth heaven if we just get high 
enough?" May we all find peace! 



CHAD ANDREW 

LITTLEFIELD 

Land. Op. 

Alpha Tau Gamma, Stockbridge 
Basketball. Hey Skilly we got a 
sterio, We are definitely . , LAMF 



MICHAEL J. LUCIANO 

Turf 

Thanks Mom, Later Junior. 



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DUANE H. MASON 

Flori. 



SCOTT H. MAYO 

Land. Op. 



LIZ MCGOVEN 

Flori 
Floriculture Club 





ROBERT M. MOWBRAY JR. 

Land. Op. 



RALPH FRANCIS 
MORGANELLI 

Land. Op. 

Alpha Tau Gamma; House Manager, 
President Class of '86, Student Senate, 
Parlimenterian, Senator at Large, 
Land. Op. Club. All the guys at the 
house, ATG you're jammed. Let's 
pound down some Knowledge. Mama. 
The Pub Crew. 



JULIE E. NORMAN 

Land. Op. 



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LYNN A. NEVEU 
Flori. 

Flori. Club, Stosag, Senate 
Office To all my friends 
thanks for the good times. 
Especially Mark, hopefully 
there will be alot more. 
Special thanks to Michael 
and Christy. 



ERIC A. OLSON 

Land. Op. 

"Yassar" Land. Op. Club, 

ATG 



ROBERT ORNE 

Land. Op. 

Land. Op. Club, Mass. 
Certified Nurseryman, Ski 
Club. This is it. 




TOM PAQUETTE 

Turf 
Turf Club 



ROBERT L. 
PELLEGRINI JR. 

Land. Op. 



THEODORE PERRY 

Flori. 

Floriculture Club, PAC, 

Springfield Flower Show. I 

think we should open Lord 

Jeffery's just one more 

time! 



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EDWARD W. PETTENGILL 

Ar. & Pk. 

Arbor and Park Club 



JOSEPH RADICIONI 

Turf 

Pres. Turf Club, V.P. Turf Club, PAC, 
Student Senate. When in doubt and 
you can't figure it out. Stand on it. 
When your mind's confused and you 
don't know where your going, just 
stand on it. 



WILL ROGERS 

An. Ag. 

"Buck" An. Ag. Club, PAC, Student 
Senate, Livestock Classic, Farm 
Bureau, Mass Fed. of Yankee 
Ingenvitists. Where there's a will 
there's a way. Empire Farm Days, "I 
don't think this has anything to do 
with the price of milk, do you Paul?" 




MICHAEL B. ROSS 
Turf 



RICHARD ROTHROCK 

Ar. & Pk. 

Arbor and Park Club 



JEFFERY SABATINO 

Fruit & Veg. 
Fruit & Veg. Club 



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ALLISON A. SCALES 

Flori. 



PAUL N. SEAQUIST 

An. Ag. 

An. Ag. Club, PAC. Mass. Assoc, of 
Rednecks and Swamp Yankees, 
Honest, I don't know anything about 
that smell in Campus Center, Hey 
Buck, you getting all this down? 
Whats this got to do with the price of 
beef in Chicago? 



MARTIN S. SHAW 

An. Ag. 

An. Ag. Club, Public Relations, Soccer, 
Livestock Classic, PAC, Shorthorn. To 
all my friends, thanks for the best two 
years of my life, may all your 
endevers be prosperous, you're a 
great bunch. 




JOETTE M. SHEEHAN 

Flori. 



JOHN M. 

Ar. & Pk. 



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MARK CORSON SKILLIN 

Land. Op. 

Alpha Tau Gamma Vice President, 

Senator at Large 84-85. Smell the 

Roses! Turf Management take the 

bus, Bruno's beefcakes will forever 

waft in our memory. Sheeesh! My 

house. 



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The Class 





DANIEL A. SMIAROWSKI 

Fruit & Veg. 

Fruit & Veg. Club, PAC Chairman, 
Stosag, Student Senate, Basketball, 
Athletic Committee, The few the 
proud the Fruit & Vegies Good Luck 
Jon, Jeff, Jeff, Don. 



GORDON G. SMITH 

Land. Op. 

Alpha Tau Gamma House Manager, 
Land. Op. Club, Student Senate, PAC 
Sheeesh! My house! Jr. Pub Club, I 
think you had better get on the ball! 
Entomology notes? Sure, look in my 
business notebook! 



ROBERT E. 

Land. Op. 



SMITH 




ERIC J. SOLOMON 

Flori. 



JAMES L. SOUCY 

Land. Op. 

Stosag, Land. Op. Club President 
Bluewall & Stompers, 705, To all my 
friends and to all the memories- 
Thanks, A Special "thank you" to 
Mother & Father- for all you've done 
for me, I've been waiting for this 
moment all my life-hold-Phil Collins. 



JAMES RAYMOND SOUZA 

Flori. 



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MICHAEL P. 

Ar. & Pk. 



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Land. Op. 



TWENTE 



KRISTEN M. VERNON 

Flori 

Student Senate Sec, Shorthorn Ed., 
Public Relations, Stosag, Soccer, 
Livestock Classic, PAC, Athletic 
Comm., Flori Club. Thanks Mom & 
Dad, I do not fear tomorrow. For I 
have conquered yesterday, And I an 
living today. 




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SCOTT WALKER 

An. Ag. 

An. Ag. Club, Student Senate, Stoso 

Alpha Tau Gamma, Soccer, Thanks 

Stockbridge for two wonderful years, 

these years I have learned alot of 

people, and these people mean alot to 

me. 



TIMOTHY J. WALKER 

Flori. 



MARK E. WALL 

Flori. 

Flori. Club, Stosag. Butterfield, Lynn's, 
French Hall WAQY, To Allison, Duane, 
Eric, Tim and especially Lynn, Thanks 
Mom and Dad I love ya!! 



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JAMES C. WATSON II 

Ar. & Pk. 

Arbor and park Club, Student Senate, 
Shorthorn, Stosag, Brown House 
Council, Athletic Comm. The fun has 
ended. To those going on see you next 
year. The rest-Goodbye. Until the 
Great Spirit Brings us together again- 
Fare well and Godspeed. 



CYNTHIA J. WESTON 

An. Ag. 



KEVIN WIEBE 

Turf 

Turf Club, Pi Kappa Alpha, UMass Ski 

Club, Inter Fraterinty Councel 




RODNEY WILLIAMS 

Turf 
Turf Club 



PAUL K. ZARRILLI 

Land. Op. 



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Cam era 




Ag Bus Mgt 

Sarah A. Brooks 
David Caldarola 
Peter J. Crowley 
Raymond E. Duda Jr. 
Thomas E. Lam 
Douglas H. Roberts 
Kenneth P. Schwartz 
Jeffrey A. Smith 
Joseph P, Swartz 
Gabrielle Trudeau 

An Ag 

Lawrence G. Whitestone 

Ar & Pk 

Robert O. Burgess 
Michael A. Cotta 
Brian J. Dugas 
Derek G. Mannion 
Edward C. Nolan 
David J. Senatore 
Richard I. Stedman 
Bernard J. Talty 

Flori. 

Janis M. Hart 



Ld Opr 

Michael C. Oestreicher 
Timothy D. Oneil 
Glenn D. Pilling Jr. 
Richard C. Possee Jr. 
Thomas L. Trovato Jr. 

Turf 

Craig A. Bosma 
Brian E. Bouchard 
Roger W. Brink 
Shawn P. Callahan 
John J. Carpinelli 
Jerome B. Dewing 
Erik Hildreth 
Curtis D. Hunting 
Michael J. Labriola 
Marc A, Martuscello 
John M. Shea 
James M. Titus 



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Homecoming 

Oct 5, 1985 



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Climbing Contest 

Oct. 16, 1985 




Pumpkin Sale 

Flori Club Oct. 21, 22 




Cider 
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An. Ag. Oct. 22, 23 











Fall Picnic 

Oct. 22 ATG 




Halloween Party 

Oct. 29, ATG 





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Seniors 

Ralph Morganelli, Pres., Michelle 
Little, Sec. 



Freshman 

Dave O'Sullivan, Sec, Andy Dumas, 

Vice Pres., Brian Celatka, Pres., 

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Prof. Pira 

Yearbook Advisor 






Once again, the Stosag staff 
would like to express its 
sincere appreciation to 
Professor Edward Pira for 
all of his support and extra 
effort. A man of kindness, 
patience, and understanding, 
he has for many years now 
kept a watchful eye over the 
progress of each class's 
yearbook, as well as giving a 
great quantity of his free 
time to our staff, to social 
functions and to Stockbridge 
students in general. Prof, 
Pira, your dedication to 
Stockbridge has not gone 
unnoticed! 



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Michelle Little 




Adam Latham Ed., Jon Dowse, Dan Smiarowski 



Carol DaPonte, Jane Ellis 




Kris Vernon 




Jim Watson 






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Alpha Tau Gamma 






Alpha Tau Gamma is the social fraternity of the 
Stockbridge School of Agriculture. The fraternity is 
composed of brothers with varied backgrounds. This 
offers a new dimention to the fraternity, and 
through pledging, we learn to work as one for the 
benefit of ourselves and the house. 

The house offers to all Stockbridge men a unique 
and progressive lifestyle. This experience is one that 
will be beneficial to every brother throughout his 
life. Our bonds extend past college, and our 
friendships last a lifetime. 

This year thirteen men joined the active chapter 
and became a part of our 350 member organization. 
All the ATG brothers have a lot in common. They 
have pledged, lived and will graduate from this very 
educational experience. 

The men of ATG are active with their house and 
Stockbridge, and are always striving to be the best 
in their chosen profession. This reflects their pride 
in Stockbridge and for Alpha Tau Gamma. 

Brothers: Steve Crowe, Mark Skillin, Kevin 
Chatigny, Scott Firth, Mark Bruno, Chad Littlefield, 
Gordon Smith, Mark Copponi, Ralph Morganelli, 
Scott Walker, Nick Frontiera, Steve Johnston, J.C. 
Girouard, Richard Bursch, Tim Anderson, David 
Robinson, Eric Wilde, Jim Maurer, Ed Loughran, 
David Erickson, Keith Regan, Eric Olson, Joe Adams, 
Dana Taplin, Dan Haran, Chris McCune, Brian 
Celatka, Andy Dumas, Scott McNamara, David 
O'Sullivan. 



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Arbor & Park 




Floriculture 




Fruit & Veg. 




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Top Row; D. Smiarowski, R. Collarmore, J. Reinerston, J. Kondichoock, 
M. Cullen, C. Littlefield, Coach Jack Leaman, Bottom Row; M. David- 
sohn, P. Zarrilli, P. Alberini, M. Luciano, T. Lingenberg, J. Shea 



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STOCKBRIDGE ALMA MATER 

'Neath the elms of dear old Amherst 
Stands our college fair, 
Hail to thee our Alma Mater 
Stockbridge Students go there. 
Working ever, falter never. 
Onward to our goal. 
Give you best to dear old Stockbridge, 
Body, heart, and soul. 

Tho' the hours are quickly passing 

And we soon must part, 

Thy great halls will not be lonely 

They contain our hearts. 

In the future thought w^ill wander 

Back, and we will see 

Scenes we knew at dear old Stockbridge; 

Always dear they'll be. 




From The Editor 





New friends, good times, and a practical education 
are what I have gained during my two years at Stock- 
bridge. Hopefully your two years have been as 
rewarding and as gratifying. The staff has worked 
hard to capture your memories of this past year. I 
hope that you'll want to keep this copy near at hand to 
recapture special times or to remember days gone by. 
Now that you've finished looking through STOSAG 
86, it's time to roll the credits. 

This yearbook was made possible by: your student 
activity fee; Jostens Publishing; Studio One Photog- 
raphers; everyone mentioned on pages 44 & 45 (also 
Glenda Frontiera); Kris, Jim W., and Linda you don't 
know how much I've appreciated your extra effort! 
Special thanks go to Roberta Zidik (Dept. of Food En. 
Sec.) and, for the photo of Bill Collins on pg. 32, to 
Collegian Photographer Scott Maguire. Oh yeah, one 
more thing, Mark, Mike and "Z", when a good looking 
girl walks by, remember to tell her my favorite say- 
ing! 

Adam W. Latham 



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