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1988 STOSAG 

Stockbridge School Of Agriculture 
Amherst, Massachusetts 





CONTENTS 



Introduction 
Dedication 

Acting Director 
Gregory Pratt 

Faculty 

Seniors 

Organizations 

Clubs 

Sports 

Events 

Our 

Friends 

Addresses 



III 



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 make 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 






STOCtiBRIDGE ALMA MATER 

Heath the elms of dear old Amherst 
Stands our college fair. 
Hail to thee our Alma Mater 
Stockbridge Students go there. 
Working ever, falter never, 
Onvi/ard to our goal. 
Give your 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 will wander 

Back, and we will see 

Scenes we knew at dear old Stockbridge; 

Always dear they'll be. 





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This year the class of 1988 wishes to dedicate this 
yearbook in memory of Greg Pratt. He was a class- 
mate and friend to many. Those who knew him are 
well aware of his abilities to brighten up any sur- 
rounding. Whether he was sitting in a classroom, 
bopping around campus or cruisin' in his BMWer, 
Greg made the most of every moment. 

Greg, wherever you are we know you're smiling. 
We will miss you! 



The Class of 1988 




Congratulations To The Class of 1988 



You are now part of a tradition that started in 1918 - you are a Stockbridge Alumni. No matter 
what career choices you make in the future; education, business or the military, always remember 
where you started and be proud of being a "stockie"! 

I encourage you to become active in the Alumni Association and the professional associations 
of your major. In this way the associations will continue to improve and be supportive of the 
horticultural and agricultural industries of New England. When you meet young people who are 
interested in these areas, encourage them to attend Stockbridge. 

On behalf of the College, Faculty, and Staff, I congratulate you. If we can assist you in your 
career, please feel free to call upon us. 




H. Dennis P. Ryan III 

Acting Director 

Arbor and Park, Class of 1968 




Karen Cerow 



Elizabeth Wiernasz 




The class of 1988 were fortunate enough to have 
two very special secretaries working in the Stock- 
bridge main office. Liz and Karen were not Just your 
ordinary secretaries. Aside from being exceptional 
administrators and organizers; they acted as advisors 
and most importantly as friends. The care and under- 
standing exhibited by Karen and Liz was heart felt by 
all students. The class of 1988 is very appreciative of 
their extra special efforts. We all wish you both the 
very best that life can offer. 



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A Special Thanks To Two Dedicated People . . 




nancy Ganabrants 



Franl^ Fomata 



riancy Qarrabrants and Frank Fomata are two people who have helped the activities of 
Stockbridge run smoothly. 

nancy, our Faculty Advisor, has attended senate meetings providing us with workable informa- 
tion along with administrative advice. 

Frank, our Student Activity Advisor, has been very helpful. He constantly checks in vAth us to 
make sure our activities are running smoothly, he makes himself available for consultation, even 
when his schedule is full, and he offers us continuous creative ideas! 

Without nancy and Frank's support, guidance, and enthusiasm in Stockbridge, 1987-1988 
could not have run so smoothly. THAnK YOU! 

-The Class of 1988 





Faculty 



JOHN F. AHERN 

Assistant Professor 

Landscape Architecture and 

Regional Planning 

GEOFFREY P. ALLEN 

Associate Professor 

Agricultural and 

Resource Economics 

JAMES F. ANDERSON 

Associate Professor 

Plant and Soil Science 



JEFF ANDERSON 

French FHall Greenhouses 

WESLEY R. AUTIO 

Assistant Professor 

Plant and Soil Sciences 

DAVID W. BAGGETT 

Stockbridge School of 

Agriculture Recruiter 



THOMAS BEAUCHESNE 

Bowditch Hall Greenhouses 

PRASANTA C. BHOWMIK 

Associate Professor 

Plant and Soil Sciences 

ANTHONY BORTON 

Professor 

Veterinary and 

Animal Sciences 



THOMAS H. BOYLE 

Assistant Professor 

Plant and Soil Sciences 

LESLIE J. BRADLEY 

Lecturer of English 

WILLIAM J. BRAMLAGE 

Professor 

Plant and Soil Sciences 





ROBERT D. CHILDS JR. 
Lecturer of Entomology 
RICHARD J. COOPER 
Assistant Professor 
Plant and Soil Sciences 
LYLE E. CRAKER 
Professor 
Plant and Soil Sciences 



ROBERT T. DUBY 

Professor 

Veterinary and 

Animal Sciences 

N. EUGENE ENGEL 

Professor 

Agricultural and 

Resource Economics 

NANCY L. GARRABRANTS 

Lecturer of Plant and Soil Sciences 



DUANE W. GREEN 

Professor 

Plant and Soil Sciences 

FRANCIS W. HOLMES 

Professor 

Plant Pathology 

THOMAS F. HOUSTON 

Lecturer of Landscape 

Architecture 

and Regional Planning 



WARD M. HUNTING 
Associate Professor 
Food Science and Nutrition 
ERNEST A. JOHNSON 
Associate Professor 
Food Engineering 
JAMES KRUPA 
French Hall Greenhouses 



ROBERT L. KENT JR. 

Associate Professor 

Landscape Architecture and 

Regional Planning 

DEANE LEE 

Associate Professor 

Agricultural and 

Resource Economics 

SIDNEY ). LYFORD JR. 

Professor 

Veterinary and 

Animal Sciences 



WILLIAM P. MacCONNELL 

Professor 

Forestry and Wildlife 

Management 

MICHAEL A. MARCOTRIGIANO 

Assistant Professor 

Plant and Soil Sciences 

JAMES B. MARCUM 

Associate Dean 

College of Food and 

Natural Resources 



DONALD R. MARION 

Associate Professor 

Agricultural and 

Resource Economics 

HERBERT V. MARSH JR. 

Professor 

Plant and Soil Sciences 

PEGGY A. McCONNELL 

Assistant Professor 

Veterinary and 

Animal Sciences 



SUSAN M. MULGREW 

Assistant Professor 

Plant and Soil Sciences 

EDWARD E. PIRA 

Associate Professor 

Food Engineering 

WILLIAM A. ROSENAU 

Professor 

Plant and Soil Sciences 




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DENNIS H. RYAN III 
Assistant Professor 
Landscape Architecture and 
Regional Planning 
GAIL SCHUMANN 
Assistant Professor 
Plant Pathology 
MICHAEL D. SHUIPUS 
Lecturer of Agricultural and 
Resource Economics 




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TERRY A. TATTAR 

Professor 

Plant Pathology 

WILLIAM A. TORELLO 

Associate Professor 

Plant and Soil Sciences 

LESTER F. WHITNEY 

Professor 

Food Engineering 











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Seniors 







NAME: ANDREW ACKER 
NICK NAME: Andy 
MAJOR: Turf Management 
ACTIVITIES: Turf Club 



NAME: BRETT C. ARMSTRONG 

MAJOR: Turf Management 
ACTIVITIES: Turf Club 1,2, Senate 1,2, Year- 
book 2, PAC 1,2 

"Mondays are the sandtraps in the fairways of 
life" "I'd rather be golfing" My special thanks 
to Karin and her parents. It's been a nice ride, 
but I'm glad its over. 



NAME: JEFFREY P. ATTERSTROM 

NICK NAME: Chooch 

MAJOR: Turf Management 

Special thanks to the Tues., Thurs, Club. 

Rojer, Judd, Grog & Curt. For all this would 

not have been possible. 




NAME: PETER C. BANKS 

MAJOR: Arboriculture/Park Management 



NAME: THOMAS L. BARNARD, JR. 

NICK NAME: Barney 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations 
ACTIVITIES: Ld-Op Club, Yearbook, Senate, 
PAC 

"EASY BUCK" CD. AHH, I STILL OWE YOU. 
"SNEAKY" PRATSKl MYERS TO YOU! 
XANTHORHIZA SIMPLICISSIMA HA! LUCK 
TO ALL. SPECIAL THANKS TO BARBARA 
KEENE. LEPIDOPTERA JR. OLYMPICS MEM- 
BER. BLT. 



NAME: CAIUS A. BAZILE 

NICK NAME: TiAugereau 

MAJOR: Fruit & Vegetable 

ACTIVITIES: Haitian Club & Horticulture Club 

Caius "We have sowed and planted but we 

have not yet harvested." Thanks Mom & Dad 

& My family. 



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NAME: CHRISTOPHER BOWEN 
MAJOR: Turf Management 



NAME: ROBERT MICHAEL BOYKO NAME: THOMAS D. BRADY 



NICK NAME: Big Guy 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations 
ACTIVITIES: Golf, Basketball 



MAJOR: Arboriculture/Park Management 
ACTIVITIES: Arb/Pk Club 
Thanks for the memories, they will last for- 
ever. Good luck in the future. May good for- 
tune and prosperity come your way. 




NAME: WILLIAM B. BRAMLAGE 

NICK NAME: Benny 

MAJOR: Landscape Operations 

ACTIVITIES: PAC, Al's Bakery, Procrastination, 

Zombie Zone 

Send lawyers, guns and money, the s--t has hit 

the fan. 



NAME: MICHAEL BREAULT 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations 



NAME: LARAINE D. CALIRI 

MAJOR: Animal Science 
ACTIVITIES: An Sci Club, 1 Livestock Classic 
Thanks for everything mom & Dad. Thanks 
ML, SF, SD, LA, KAG, LN, MLG, JH, Summer of 
87 w/ SF Aay you! Livestock Classic 87-Mar- 
ble-Grand Champion. 



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NAME: PAUL CARLMAN 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations 



NAME: CHRISTOPHER COCKEY 

MAJOR: Landscape Operations 



NAME: PATRICK CONNELL 
MAJOR: Turf 




NAME: DENNIS J. COLLINS 
MAJOR: Arboriculture/Park Management 
ACTIVITIES: Yearbook photographer 
"live long and prosper . . " -Mr. Spock 



NAME: TIMOTHY J. CROWLEY 
NICK NAME: SALTY 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations 
ACTIVITIES: Sports, Yrbk, Making Money 
"When the doors of perception are cleansed, 
man will see things as they truely are, infi- 
nite," W.B. Special Thanks- To my parents, 
Jon A. Leonard and Michelle-Your "GOR- 
GEOUS." 



NAME: BARBARA D. DAGNESE 
MAJOR: Floriculture 

Thank you Gerry for encouraging me to come 
to Stockbridge and for helping me stick w/ it. 
I LOVE YOU! Thanks Mom for all your help 
and also to my family I love you all! 



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NAME: JAMES DAWSON 

NICK NAME: Jim 

MAJOR: Landscape Operations 



NAME: ANTHONY T. DEBONIS 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations 
ACTIVITIES: ATG, Senate, Class President, 
PAC, Land-Op Club, 1. 
Thanks to ATG, Stockbridge, and my parents 
for all they have given to me. 



NAME: GLEN PAUL DECILIO 

NICK NAME: MARLBORO MAN 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations 
ACTIVITIES: Fishing, Camping and Traveling 
I love the outdoors, the Bruins, Jeeps, the 
ocean, warm climates and long walks. Special 
thanks to Kathy! 



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NAME: GERARD DECOSTE 

MAJOR: Arboriculture/Park Management 



NAME: STEVEN J. DESCHENES 
MAJOR: Arboriculture/Park Management 
ACTIVITIES: Climbing, Arb/Pk Club 
"Good Luck, thanks for the memories, see 
you on the high seas". 



NAME: RONALD W. DICKEY 
NICK NAME: RONZO 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations 
ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 
Happy to be here. 



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NAME: DANIEL T. DION 
MAJOR: Turf Management 
ACTIVITIES; Turf Club 



NAME: JOSEPH FELICETTI 

MAJOR: Turf Management 



NAME: DANIEL JAMES FERREIRA 

NICK NAME: Dan 

MAJOR: Arboriculture/Park Management 
ACTIVITIES: Arb/Pk Club, Arb/Pk Ski Trip, 
Island Project, Senate, Climbing Contest. 
Remember, Houston & Ryan on skis. Just talk- 
ing. Bill's record time, kegs, Pete's ponytail, 
the signs. Hate when that happens, Rob sin- 
gle. Thanks Tom, Dennis, Bob, Nancy & all the 
Stockies. 




NAME: TIMOTHY D. FOCAL 

NICK NAMES: TIM 
MAJOR: Turf Management 
ACTIVITIES: The Hatch, Turf Club 



NAME: CHRISTOPHER C. FORD 

NICK NAME: Wiz 

MAJOR: Landscape Operations 

ACTIVITIES: ATG, Basketball 

I give special thanks to Mom & Dad. I'll make 

you proud. 



NAME: BRIAN JON FURBUSH 
MAJOR: Arboriculture/Park Management 
ACTIVITIES: Senate, PAC, Arb/Pk Club, 

Soccer(?) 
Living with a red headed Roommate. 8:00's 
after a night on the 4th floor. I'll have another 
if you have another, oh don't go. 



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NAME: KAREN ANNE GIROUARD 
MAJOR: Animal Agriculture 
ACTIVITIES: Livestock Classic, 1987 
Livestock class 1987, Norma-lst place junior 
year lings. Suite 502 AH, MG, LC, ML, PW, JL 
Night time soaps \n/ Aricia and Pete. ATG 
parties w/ Missy, Karen & Michelle "love 
those frat guys!" Petes perverted mind 
(Missy's too!). 



NAME: BRIAN KEVIN GORDON 

NICK NAME: Ice Man 

MAJOR: Arboriculture/Park Management 

ACTIVITIES: ATG, Arb/Pk Club 

11:59 to ATG. The new pledges of Appa Tau 

Gamma!! 



NAME: MICHELE MARIE GOUVEIA 
NICK NAME: Miche 
MAJOR: Floriculture 
ACTIVITIES: Horticulture Club-Treasurer 
FFA, K.N. Night owls, boring classes, vo-ag 
teacher Frat with Karen(2) & Missy, Pike, 
Meatloaf, Mailbox, Special thanks to Jeff for 
being there. 




NAME: KAREN ELAINE GRISWOLD 

NICK NAME: "Mom" 

MAJOR: Floriculture 

ACTIVITIES: Horticulture Club 

Special thanks to my three sons: Scott, Mike & 

Paul, you guys are the best. Special thanks to 

Missy, Michelle and Karen, we had great 

times at the frat parties. "You're Crabbin". 



NAME: MICHAEL SCOTT GUNN 
NICK NAME: GUNNER, "7\M" 
MAJOR: Turf Management 
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 

Andy, Brian, Tim, Herb and Brett, It was real 
and it was fun, but was it real fun? Thanks for 
the good times and help, I needed it. Gunner 
AGGIES UNITE!! 



NAME: BRIAN SCOTT HANLON 
MAJOR: Agriculture Business Management 
Special thanks to my greatest friend Missy. 



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NAME: PATRICK JAMES 

HANNIGAN 

NICK NAME: Judd 

MAJOR: Turf Management 

ACTIVITIES: Babysitting Grass & Grogs, 

Mulching! 

Where is Rojer, Chooch, Grog and Curt? 



NAME: AMY ALYSSA HARRAH 
MAJOR: Animal Agriculture 
MDRNSMJNRHJBT 413 RCMAMWR 413 and 
through you I have found a love of another 
kind. 



NAME: TIMOTHY HARRINGTON 
MAJOR: Turf Management 
THANKS for the good times!! Grog man, 
Chooch, Judd, Curt, Tim, Matt, Sue, Turf 
BASH 87&88. 





NAME: LAURENCE G. HARTY 

NICK NAME: Larry 

MAJOR: Landscape Operations 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball, Yearbook 

I'm grateful for all the friends I've made, and I 

hope we stay in touch. Barbara, I love you. 



NAME: KENNETH W. HICKS 

MAJOR: Turf Management 

ACTIVITIES: Turf Club-Vice Pres. 

You won't have gains without some losses, 

hopefully the gain will outweigh the loss! 



NAME: PETER JAMES HILPL 

MAJOR: Arboriculture/Park Management 
ACTIVITIES: Arb/Pk Club Rep. 
Ghost Rider, Edger Man. See you next year 
Bill. Thanks Mark, Dad & Mom, Dennis, Tom, 
D.R., B.Mc, R.T., D.F. I love my hat, I love you 
M.E.G. Good luck Rob & Sunday & Zac. 



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NAME: SCOTT RICHARD HOLT 

NICK NAME; Holty, Tackleberry 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations 
ACTIVITIES: ATG-Vice Pres. 
ATG-best move I've ever made, Sip-man, 
Taco, Wiz, Spanky, Nage, Westy, Slob, Pete, 
ffej. Glum, Rocket, Gordon, Anthony, 73 Ford 
Gran Torino Sport, '87 Ronger STX, Thanks 
Mom. 



NAME: SCOTT JOHNSON 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations 
Mom, your crabin', where's my steak. 
Where's Joub? He's at Kara's. Quietman, 
Drinking again? Big Guy tell me another one. 
Good lick to everyone. (KG(R) take care of my 
buddy CR. 






NAME: GREGG JORRITSMA 

MAJOR: Landscape Operations 

I may walk slow, but I don't walk backwards. 




NAME: RUSSELL W. KEIRSTEAD 

NICK NAME: Russ 

MAJOR: Fruit and Vegetable 

ACTIVITIES: Yearbook, Horticulture Club 

President 
STOCKBRIDGE-The Best Times of My Life. 
Kathy . . Everybody . . . Where's my hat? 



NAME: BARBARA ANN KEENE 
NICK NAME: Barbs 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations 
ACTIVITIES: Arb/Pk Club, PAC, Yearbook, 

Senate 
Love not with words & Speech, but rather 
with truth and deeds. Good luck everyone! 
Thanks to my Mom, Dad and Sister for their 
love & inspiration. Special thanks to Larry, my 
true friend. 



NAME: DEBRA R. KENN 
MAJOR: Arboriculture/Park Management 
ACTIVITIES: Senate President, PAC Coordina- 
tor 
I wouldn't have made it without you: Thanks 
to J. v., L.C., M.W.B., P.K., L.D.M. I've met 
some wonderful people in Stockbridge, good 
luck to all of you. I'm off to Wisconsin. 



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NAME: TIMOTHY JON KNIGHT 

NICK NAME: Chief 

MAJOR: Landscape Operations 

I, Timothy J. Knight, dedicate one pair of fresh 

brains for the lovely ladies in 407C and also 

leave the legend of MPU for anyone with a 

care and a road atlas. "Imagine if destiny was 

predictable". 



NAME: JEFFREY B. LAFLEUR 
NICK NAME: Jeff 
MAJOR: Fruit & Vegetable 
ACTIVITIES: PAC, Senate, Club meetings, 
FFA, Horticulture Club Secretary 
Favorite memories: Times with Missy, Mi- 
chele, Karen, Pete and so on. Trying to find a 
seat in Fruit & Veg. class. Thanks Mr. Ander- 
son for all his help and wish him a healthy and 
happy retirement. 



NAME: LORI LAFOUNTAIN 
MAJOR: Floriculture 

Thanks Mom & Dad for you love and support 
and to Jerry for putting up with everything. 
Thanks Nancy for all your help. To all Stock- 
bridge Students-WE MADE IT!! 




NAME: CURTIS F. LAMAY 

NICK NAME: Yuke 

MAJOR: Turf Management 

Good luck to all the turfers. Its been a great 

two years Roger, Judd, Chooch, Grog Man, 

Crazy Tim, Uncle Bill, Jamie & M.A.F.I 

Judd the U-CONN trip ... the Richmond 
Trip. 



NAME: MARJORIE C. LAMBERT 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations 
Thanks Judi, Renee, Julie & Michelle for never 
coming to Ll-Mass to visit me! You will never 
experience a wild ATG party, too bad. Thanx 
Mom & Dad, I love you. 



NAME: ANDREW S. LANGLOIS 
MAJOR: Turf Management 
ACTIVITIES: Studying & Golf 
THANKS MOM & DAD. AGGIES UNITE. WHY 
DOESN'T ANYBODY BELIEVE ME? I'M NOT 
JOKING! THE B-TEAM, LIBBY SHADES, 
DON'T WORRY ABOUT IT. LOOK OUT FOR 
DOGS, SAILORS & 50 CENT BEERS -GOOD 
LUCK. 



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NAME: KENT LEMME 
MAJOR: Turf Management 
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 



NAME: MELISSA ANN LOPES 
NICK NAME: Missy 
MAJOR; Animal Agriculture 
ACTIVITIES: Livestock Classic 1987 
Livestock Classic Reserve Champion, ATG 
parties w/ Karen, Karen & Michelle. "We will 
only stay for an hour". "Love those non-frat 
guys-" Brian, Pete, & Jeff. 



NAME: DEREK G. MANNION 
NICK NAMES: Kringle 
MAJOR: Arb/Pk 

ACTIVITIES: ATG, ARb/Pk Club, ISA 
Come sleep slumber enshrowd me in thy pur- 
ple cloak. 




NAME: JAMES M. MCDONALD 
NICK NAMES: Rocketman 
MAJOR: Turf Management 
ACTIVITIES: ATG, Senate 
I give thanks to my Mom and Dad for their 
support. Also to the brothers of Alpha Tau 
Gamma who have become my family away 
from home. ATG rules now and forever. Our 
empire will never die. 



NAME: BILL MCNAMARA 
NICK NAME: Peaches 
MAJOR: Arboriculture/Park Management 
A special thanks to Mom & Dad. Special 
thanks to Dennis & Tom. Also a special thanks 
to the ghost riders, P.H.,D.R.,D.R., & R.T. I'll 
miss you guys. Rob & Sunday good luck in the 
future & take care of Zack. 



NAME: TIM MERCER 
NICK NAME: Shrubber, p.w. 
MAJOR: Turf Management 
"When in doubt, mulch it." 



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NAME: SARAH ANNE MORTELL 
MAJOR; Landscape Operations 
Is a dream a lie if it don't come true or is it 
something worse? -B. Springsteen. I've had a 
great time in Stockbridge and I have made 
some great friends, 1 just want to wish you all 
GOOD LUCK in the future. 



NAME: PETER G. NICOLETTI 

MAJOR: Landscape Operations 



NAME: JON-MICHAEL MUISE 
NICK NAME: MAX 

MAJOR: Agricultural Business Management 
ACTIVITIES: Senate-Treasurer, Ag-Bus Club, 

WCOH D.J. 
Tracy P., "The girl across the hall". Partying w/ 
Brian F, John L, and the rest of the hall. DJing 
w/ Jerry T, Bowl Day. Thanks Mom & Dad 
Couldn't of done it w/out ya. I'm not slow I'm 
Stockbridge, J.T. 



NAME: THOMAS C. NAGI 

NICK NAME: Nagestein 

MAJOR: Landscape Operation 

ACTIVITIES: ATG 

I'd like to thank Jim Maurer, my girlfriend 

Kelly, and my mother and father for all their 

help & support, "o ya" and what my Dad said, 

paint the cherry red, and the midnight blue. 




NAME: DONALD T. NUNES 
NICK NAME: Diamond Don, Spike 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations 
ACTIVITIES: Null, Void, Cero, Zero and Nill 
TO CUDDLES, PRETTY BOY, AND GREGG. I 
leave all the fond memories of the sexy and 
luscious mickey and lets not forget hairy legs. 
Good luck in the future and give em hell. 



NAME: ROBERT A. OBREMSKI 

NICK NAME: Rob 

MAJOR: Arboriculture/Park Management 
ACTIVITIES: Arb/Pk Club, D.D., D.B.A.C. 
"Gonan Plant a Weeping Willow by the banks 
green edge it will grow, grow, grow" "Let it 
grow , . . Let it Grow" "Someday life'll be 
sweet just like Rhapsody" . . "-DEAD-Good 
Luck to Everyone. 



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NAME: ANDREW SCOTT OHLSON 
NICK NAME: Andy O 
MAJOR: Arboriculture/Park Management 
ACTIVITIES: Arb/Pk Club 
Thanks to all the professors for their time and 
effort to help me learn. A special thanks to 
Jack Dennison, Dennis Ryan and Tom Hous- 
ton for driving me and instilling me with the 
efforts and faith to get all my work done. 



NAME: DOUGLAS K. OLIVER 

NICK NAME: Bruce, Hey You? 
MAJOR; Landscape Operations 
ACTIVITIES: Instegation, Studying Drinking 
Thanks Mom and Dad, Wrecking Crew, Road 
Trip Tail Jam '87, DJ's Truck, Crash, Remnants, 
Paul get off the phone. Biff, Magnum T.A. To 
all the women I've loved thanks . . Now get 
lost, Outta Here! 



NAME: STEVEN PARSONS 

MAJOR: Turf 

ACTIVITIES: Turf Club 

KENT; ask me a question - nothing exists but 

atoms & the void. 




NAME: PAUL M. PEARSON 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations 



NAME: STEVEN PAUL PERRY 

NICK NAME: Steve 
MAJOR: Floriculture 

Thanks to Nancy G. for all the help and sup- 
port over the past 2 years. To Lori and the rest 
of the Flori's: We made it! I promise I won't be 
late for graduation. Thanks M&D, ILY. 



NAME: GREGORY PRATT 

MAJOR; Landscape Operations 



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NAME: JON PREWITT 

MAJOR: Landscape Operations 

Hey Gregg Whats that smell. Wheres Gregg 

today-home. Chris get off that phone and 

study. How about that Pearl Harbor night 

Chris. Thank god for the T.O.C. Good luck to 

all my classmates and friends. 



NAME: WILLIAM PROBST 

MAJOR: Turf Management 

ACTIVITIES: Biddies, Beers, Bingers, and 

studying 
T.G.I.O. - Where's Joe Troll? Dean Denison 
your Aces! Thanks Ernie. 



NAME: LAURA RANKIN 
MAJOR: Floriculture 




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NAME: MICHAEL S. RILEY 

MAJOR: Landscape Operations 
ACTIVITIES: Absolutely NOTHING 
To the Class of "88", I wish you all great suc- 
cess in your agricultural field. 



NAME: ALLAN C. ROBOTHAM III 

NICK NAME: Rockbottom 

MAJOR: Aboriculture/Park Management 



NAME: ERIC F. SACON 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations 
ACTIVITIES: Senate, Ld-Op Club, Sr. Land-Op 
Rep. Arb/Pk Club, PAC, Yearbook, Ed.Qual- 
.Comm. 

TAIL JAM '87, REMNANTS, THANKS MOM & 
DAD. LETS GO, LETS GO, LETS ROCK AND 
ROLL! R&R WEEKENDS. THERE IS A FINE LINE 
BETWEEN GENIUS AND INSANITY, I HAVE 
ERASED THIS LINE. 




NAME: DANIEL J. SALMAN III 

NICK NAME: D.J. 

MAJOR: Landscape Operations 

ACTIVITIES: Drinking, working 

TAIL-JAM "87" C.M.C. 4X4 DUMP "THE 

REMNANTS" BUD BREAK, ROA^ TRIP, "SEX, 

BUGS & ROCK N ROLL" "TIMELY TIPICS??", 

THANKS DOUG & BRUCE, WRECKING 

CREW. "154 BAR & GRILL" "FRIENDS DON'T 

LET FRIENDS DRAFT DRUNK". 



NAME: ALAN SAPERSTEIN 
MAJOR: Arboriculture/Park Management 



NAME: JAMES JOSEPH SCIPIONE 

NICK NAME: Sip, Spaz 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations 
ACTIVITIES: ATG, Hunting, Fishing, Pledge 
Master 1987. 




NAME: PADRAIC SHEEHAN 
MAJOR: Arboriculture/Park Management 



NAME: JEFFREY ROBERT SMITH 

NICK NAME: ffej 

MAJOR: Turf Management 

ACTIVITIES: ATG, Basketball, Fr. Class Tres. 

I'd like to thank all my pledge brothers at 

Alpha Tau Gamma for an awesome 2 years of 

partying and studying. These gugs are truly 

family now and forever. 



NAME: ROBERTSON B. 
TENBROECK 
NICK NAME: Rob 

MAJOR: Arboriculture/Park Management 
ACTIVITIES: Arb/Pk Club 
Thanks Mom & Dad for Everything! Flat St & 
warm Michelob! TH & DR a special thanks. BC 
good luck w/ Andrew. 6/21/87-12/3/86, Rid- 
ing in the Chost-Shutup BM, The PIT & Part- 
time loader man. Good luck to 
PH,BM,DF,DR,BF. To my sonny with love! 



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NAME: SUNDAY TENBROECK 
MAJOR: Floriculture 



NAME: JANINE THOMAS 

NICK NAME: ).T. 

MAJOR: Agricultural Business Management 



NAME: KEVIN ALLEN UNGER 
NICK NAME: Magilla, Crizz, Ungie 
MAJOR: Arboriculture/Park Management 
ACTIVITIES: ATG, Arb/Pk Club, ISA 
Yea, though I may walk through the valley of 
the shadow of death I fear no evil. 




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NAME: STEVEN D. WEST 

NICK NAME: Westy 

MAJOR: Landscape Operations 

ACTIVITIES: ATG, ATG Secretary 87-88, In- 

termural Hockey 86, 87 
Never forget the week after Thanksgiving 
"86"; best move I ever made. Special thanks to 
my parents who have helped me out so much. 




NAME: DAVID PATRICK 
WESTHAVER 

NICK NAME: GLUM 

MAJOR: Turf Management 

ACTIVITIES: ATG 

I would like to give special thanks to the 

brothers of ATG who have helped me 

through these tough & trying times by giving 

me the confidence needed to succeed. 



NAME: GERALD WHITE 
MAJOR: Turf Management 
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1,2. 



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NAME: ROBERT WHITE 

NICK NAME: Rob 

MAJOR: Aboriculture/Park Management 



NAME: BRAIN WILHELM 
MAJOR: Turf Management 
ACTIVITIES: Golf, the Hatch, Turf Club 



NAME: GARY DAVID WILLIS 

NICK NAME: Willis 

MAJOR: Landscape Operations 

ACTIVITIES: Volleyball, Softball, Kegs, Rac- 

quetball 
"Where there's a Willis there's a way". My 
friends Tim, Larry and Sarah. I give special 
thanks to my parents and grandmother for all 
their help and support. 




NAME: MARK WOLFRAM 
MAJOR: Arboriculture/Park Management 



NAME: PETER JONATHAN WOOD 

MAJOR: Turf Management 

ACTIVITIES: Turf Club 

Special thanks to my fiancee Alicia and my 

girlfriend Karen from suite 502 for helping 

make this the best year of my life. "Karen I'm 

so scared". 




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AGRICULTURAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT: 


FRUIT AND VEGETABLE: 


Paul Brown 


Micheal Formosi 


Nancy Carver 


Ellen Krause 


Jeanne Cocci 


Timothy Peura 


Nicholas Frontiera 




Richard Gut 


LANDSCAPE OPERATIONS 


Scott McDermott 




Scott McNamara 


Mark Carvalho 


James Anthony Santospago 


David Flynn 


John Schuler 


Patrick Goddard 


Solomon Thomas 


Paul Huneck 




Michael Joubert 


ANIMAL AGRICULTURE: 


Robert LaK 


ABORICULTURE PARK MANAGEMENT: 


TURF MANAGEMENT: 


Charles Warner White 


Herbert Anderson 




Glenn Bush 


FLORICULTURE: 


Patrick Connell 




Glenn Dondley 


Catherine Callahan 


Robert Doran 


Jacob Dunnell 


Thomas Fedora 




Scott Hill 




Richard Pavlas 




Carl Teschke 




.1 Thomas Watroba 




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Memories are gifts we share 
With the friends we've come to Iwow. 
The fondness that we have now 
Lihie the weeds can only grow. 

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Eighty six through eighty-eight 
Were the years that went by fast 
Looldng bacli with everyone 
Seeing friendships that will last. 

7e have looked at leaves and roots 
and everything in between 
We have seen the trees so bare 
Over night turning so green. 

We have studied everything 
From the books we've grown to trust. 
And we know that there is more 
To learn from what's inside of us. 

Stockbridge is here and now 
For us it will always be 
The school that brought us close 
And created life long memories. 

-S.L.K. 



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Organizations & 
Committees 




on Micheal Muise, Treasurer 




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Barbara Keene 
Editor-in-Chief 

Brett Armstrong 
Managing Editor 

Laurence Harty 
Layout Editor 

Russel Keirstead 
Editorial Staff 

Eric Sacon 
Editorial Staff 

Thomas Barnard 
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Castonguay 

Timothy Crowley 
Christine LaPointe 


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Andrew Acker 
Brett Armstrong 
Thomas Barnard 
Melissa Castonguay 
Dennis Collins 
Timothy Crowley 
Brian Furbush 
Barbara Keene 
Debra Kenn 
Sara Mortell 
Max Muise 
Gregory Pratt 
Allan Robotham 
Chris Thomas 






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P.A.C. STAFF 
Debra Kenn, Chairwoman 
Brett Armstrong 
Tim Crowley 
Dan Hartling 
Russ Keirstead 
Christine Lapointe 
Zarlca Smith 




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Brian Furbush 



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Brett Armstrong, Richard Parasiliti, Debra Kenn, Dan Hartling 



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Daniel Hartling 



Michael Cullum 



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Top; Tom Barnard, Larry Harty, Gary Alex, 
Middle: Rich Parasiliti, Barbara Keene. Bottom; 
Eric Sacon, Russ Keirstead, Brett Armstrong 







Herb Anderson 



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Alpha 

Tau 

Gamma 



The Alpha Tau Gamma fraternity was founded 
in 19T9. We are the only social fraternity exclu- 
sively for the Stockbridge School of Agriculture 
students. This makes our fraternity unique, for all 
members deal with agriculture in some way or 
another. We are always willing to lend a helping 
hand to each other. This makes very strong bonds 
between the Brothers that last a lifetime. 

Our social calendar found Alpha Tau Gamma 
hosting many parties such as the Halloween party, 
Stockbridge Fall Picnic, Beach party, Christmas 
party and St. Patrick Day party. But as Brothers 
know the highlight of the year is the Pledge For- 
mal, which is an annual banquet for all Brothers of 
Alpha Tau Gamma. 

While attending Stockbridge the Brothers be- 
came a very close knitted group for many reasons. 
For the most part one might think that after Stock- 
bridge these close ties might dissipate. Well, the 
answer is no! The Brotherhood does not just cease 
after Stockbridge, but continues to grow. Our 
bonds continue throughout life and open many 
doors into our professional career. 

The Active Chapter has always been very in- 
volved with Stockbridge. We take great pride in 
our experience while attending Stockbridge and 
will continue to throughout the existence of Al- 
pha Tau Gamma. 

Steven D. West 
Secretary "88" 



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ACTIVE CHAPTER 

Mark Germain 
Scott Holt 
Peter Banks 
Steve West 
Chris Ford 
Mark Carvalho 
Jim MacDonald 
Brian Gordon 
Anthony Debonis 
Jim Scipione 
Jeff Smith 
Tom Nagi 
Dave West haver 
Darren McDonald 
Rob Morrison 
Mark Olson 
Brad Mclntire 
Tom Charnley 
Derek Mannion 
Kevin Linger 
Kris Larson 
Mike Cullum 
Jeff Wentworth 
Dave Morrison 
Mike Barton 
Mike Rose 
Mike Hubbard 



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Clubs 



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Ag. Business Management Club 




Top: Nancy Carver, Brian Hanlon, Max Muise, Nick Fron- 
tiera. Bottom: J.T. Tt-iomas, Jeanne Cocci 



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OFFICERS 
om Houston, Norman Helie (Co-Treasurer), Brian Gilbert (Sec- 
etary), Melissa Castonguay (Vice-President), Dan Ferrlera 
President), Tom Barnard (Co-Treasurer), 



Arbor/Park, Land Op. Club 





Tom Houston, Norman Helie, Brian Gilbert, Dan Ferriera, Melissa Cas- 
tonguay, Tom Barnard, Bill McNamara, Tom Brady, Daniel Brockett, 
Andrew Driscoll. 



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Turf Management Club 




Top: Robert Dooley, Kenneth Hicks, Peter Wood, Andrew Acker, Robert Donovan, 
Brian Wilhelm, Jeffrey Wentworth, Eric Warchol, Kent Lemme, Patrick Connell, Todd 
Rainvilie, Front: Timottiy Fogal, Riclnard Porasiliti, Joseph Felicetti, Brett Armstrong, 
Gory Alex. 



Kenneth Hicks, Vice President 

Kent Lemme, President 

Brett Armstrong, Secretary/Treasurer 



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Jeffrey Lafleur 



Michele Gouveia 



Horticulture Club 




Russel Keirstead, Christine LaPointe 



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Events 



Fall Picnic 




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Climbing Contest 







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Poinsettia Sale 




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Professional Agriculture Convention 




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THE 
STOCKBRIDGE SCHOOL 

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AGRICULTURE * 

MOIIVATION- EDUCATION- IN\TIATIVI 




Basketball 




Front Row: Richard Parasiliti, Michael Gunn, Joseph Felicetti, Carl Teschke. Middle U 
Row: Coach Leaman, Patrick Hayes, Kent Lemme, Thomas Watroba. Top Row: Gerald " 
Smith, Laurence Harty. Absent: Julian Tynes, Assistant Coach 1^ 









STOCKBRIDGE 


OPPONENT 


11/16/87 


Hampshire College 


72 


44 


12/02/87 


Williston Academy 


62 


60 


12/08/87 


Mt. Wachusett 


60 


48 


12/10/87 


Wilbraham Academy 


65 


36 


12/12/87 


Greenfield Comm. College 


75 


62 


12/15/87 


Holyoke Comm. College 


67 


60 


2/10/88 


Southern Vermont College 


61 


58 (OT) 


2/11/88 


Holyoke Comm. College 


54 


45 f 


2/18/88 


Greenfield Comm. College 


72 


76 t 


2/22/88 


Williston Academy 


56 


58 


2/24/88 


Hampshire College 


78 


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73 




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Stockbridge 



• • • 



Fast And Fresent 



M9 |car$ M Itochbrid^t D Historg 



As early as 1855, there was interest in the founding of an 
agricultural college in Massachusetts. In 1860, Levi Stock- 
bridge and William S. Clark were selected to represent a 
group of citizens interested in having an agricultural college 
on the banks of the Connecticut River. 

In the midst of the Civil War, President Lincoln approved 
the enactment of the Morrill Land Grant Act of 1962. The 
act provided land for each state to establish a so-called 
Land Grant college. The legislature granted a charter for the 
founding of an agricultural college on April 28, 1863. 

There was considerable debate between the towns of 
Amherst, North Hampton, Springfield and Lexington on the 
location of the college. Finally, on September 13, 1864 
Amherst was chosen as the site. On October 3rd of the 
same year a house and parcel of land was purchased by the 
trustees of the college. This house survives today as the 
original Stockbridge House. 

The Massachusetts Agricultural College was guided in its 
infant years by presidents Henry Flagg French, Paul Ansel 
Chadbourne, William S. Clark and Charles L. Flint, respec- 
tively. The names of some buildings on campus bear wit- 
ness to their strong guidance in the early years. Levi Stock- 
bridge was elected as the fifth president of the M.A.C. in 
1880. 

Levi Stockbridge was born on a North Hadley farm in 
1820. He came from a proud New England family; though 
ambitious for all of their children, they were only able to 
send one to college. Levi's older brother Henry attended 
Amherst College. Although not able to attend college, Levi 
did not let this setback dampen his ambitions. Instead, he 
studied the same lessons as his brother and attended sever- 
al of the same lectures at Amherst College while continuing 
to work with his father on the farm. 

After making a successful attempt at running his own 
farm, he began writing agricultural related articles for local 
newspapers in 1848. Several years later, the town of Hadley 
sent both he and William S. Clark to the State Legislature to 





Levi Stockbridge i 

advocate for the establishment of an agricultural 
college. The efforts of these two men as well as 
the signing of the Morrill Land Grant Act; led to 
the financing of the Massachusetts Agricultural 
College and its subsequent location in Amherst. 

At the age of 37, Levi Stockbridge was elected 
the first faculty member as farm superintendent 
and instructor in agriculture. Due to his early ef- 1 
forts the first buildings were erected. This was ai 
difficult task to say the least, since there were noi 
other models to follow at this time. His efforts ledi 
to the founding of the Department of Agriculture 
and later in 1871 he was made the first professor 
of agriculture. These accomplishments are quite 
remarkable considering that he never attained a 
formal education. Coinciding, when he undertook 
instruction of agriculture to students there was 
not another person like himself he could turn to 
for advice. He combined the sciences of chemis- 
try, botany and geology into one and taught them 
to his students in a practical sense as they related 
to agriculture. He lectured not only to the students 
of the college, but also the farmers of the land. 

From 1872 to 1882 he held the office as profes- 
sor of agriculture at M.A.C. From 1880 to 1882 he 
was president of the college. During these years, 
he conducted several experiments with chemical 
fertilizers. The manufacture and marketing of 
these fertilizers led to an increased interest in 



research from the agricultural community. At the 
time, there were several centers of agricultural re- 
search in Europe and parts of the Gnited States. In 
1878, an agricultural experiment station was estab- 
lished solely through a $1000 donation by Levi 
Stockbridge. The money provided for the station 
was obtained through the sales of his fertilizers. 
Following his resignation as president four years 
later, the Massachusetts legislature having been con- 
vinced of the importance of agricultural research 
appropriated $3000 for the construction of the Mas- 
sachusetts State Agricultural Experiment Station at 
Amherst. This was the first such station affiliated 
with a state university in the Gnited States. Seeing 
the benefits of this facility. Congress passed the 
Hatch Act in 1887 which allotted federal funds for 
the establishment of agricultural experiment sta- 
tions at every Land Grant college. 

As early as 1967, short courses were taught on 
subjects related to agriculture. These early classes 
lasted anywhere between one day to ten weeks. In 
1893 a two year course was organized, but due to a 
lack of interest from the agricultural community it 
proved unsuccessful. 

Finally, in 1906 the school as we know it today 
came closer to reality under the guidance of then 
president Kenyan L. Butterfield. He selected William 
D. Hurd from Michigan to coordinate the extension 





service at the M.A.C. due to Hurd's efforts to improve 
the quality of the short courses offered; an educational 
foundation was set down. In 1918, a two-year course in 
practical agriculture was established by an act of the 
legislature. It stated that upon completion of the pro- 
gram a certificate of graduation shall be granted. 

Professor John Phelan was appointed as the first 
director of the short courses in 1918. The first cata- 
logue was published at this time with a list of ten 
courses offered. The program was offered on a two- 
year basis consisting of 15 months of class work com- 
bined with 6 months of farm practice; placement train- 
ing as we know it today. In 1921, the two-year course 
was reorganized to meet a greater demand for agricul- 
tural specialization. The early seven majors were Ani- 
mal Husbandry, Dairy Manufacturing, Floriculture, 
Horticulture, Pomology, Poultry and Vegetable Garden- 
ing. Over the years, such majors as Home Economics, 
Hotel and Restaurant Management, Wildlife Manage- 
ment, Forestry, Food Management, Wood Gtilization/ 
Technology, Lumber and Laboratory Animal Technol- 
ogy have been offered. Presently seven majors exist, 
they are Agricultural Business Management, Animal 
Science, Arboriculture and Park Management, Floricul- 
ture, Fruit and Vegetable, Landscape Operations and 
Turfgrass Management. 

In 1915, after five years of planning Stockbridge Hall 
was dedicated in honor of Levi Stockbridge. Recog- 
nized as the first professor of agriculture at M.A.C, he 
passed away in 1904 after many remarkable accom- 
plishments. It seemed fitting that the grandest building 
on campus would bear his name. The formal dedica- 
tion was given by William H. Bowker on October 29, 
1915. He himself was a member of the first class of 
1867 and a student of Levi Stockbridge. In the dedica- 



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tion, he was remembered as a man who . . . "Saw beyond his 
work. He saw its possibilities, the ultimate outcome. He knew 
that what he was doing in the field was crude, but he knew it 
was the beginning of better things." In 1928, the two-year 
course at M.A.C. was renamed the Stockbridge School of 
Agriculture in memory of its early pioneer. 

In addition to academics, Stockbridge students have partici- 
pated in many extracurricular activities over the years. These 
activities consisted of clubs, athletic teams, yearbook and 
student council. Alpha Tau Gamma and Kolony Klub fraterni- 
ties originated in 1919. A.T.Q. continues to be active to this 
date; however, K.K. closed its doors in 1958. Sororities on 
campus have had a storied history. It began in 1920 with 
Alpha Sigma Delta and changed over the years to Sigma 
Sigma Sigma as well as Sigma Sigma Delta. 

The school year 1920-21 will be remembered as the first 
year of the football, basketball and baseball teams. In addition, 
hockey was begun in 1927 and was followed by track in 1930. 
World War II interrupted all school activities, most especially 
athletics. Soccer was initiated in 1962 after the final football 
game was played in 1961. A golf team has been active spo- 
radically throughout the 60's, 70's and 80's. Today, basketball 
has remained as the only athletic link to the past under the 
guidance of coach Jack Leaman. 

The first yearbook was published by the class of 1921. It 
was called the Shorthorn and remained as such until 1956. In 
1957, the name of the yearbook was changed to Stosag. The 
honor society was known as Stosag from 1937 to 1962, but 
changed to Lear in 1963 with the Yearbook assuming the title 
Stosag. Since 1955, the progress banquet has served as an 
occasion for presenting athletic, academic and service awards 
to students. In 1962, a weekly newspaper began publication 
and was known as the Shorthorn. 

Our student senate is a disciple of the first student council 
founded in 1919. Probably the senate's greatest achievement 
centered around the replacement of the certificate of gradu- 
ation with an associate degree. The class of 1961 was the first 
to receive this honor. In later years, it was officially changed 
to an associate of science degree. 

Over the years, the Stockbridge School of Agriculture has 
seen numerous changes occur. However, it still survives as 
one of the few two-year agricultural programs in the country 
to present its graduates with an associate of science degree. A 
quote taken from Stosag '75 states . . . "Take pride while you 
are here as students. Memories are gentle things, soft and 
simple: quiet things, wondering and wistful things lost in the 
eye of a moment." 

Brett Armstrong 
Russ Keirstead 
Eric Sacon 




Stockbridge Hall 







Durfee Conservatory 




Fernald Hall 



Photographs courtesy of Archives of the [ 
University of Massachusetts at Amherst. 

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French Hall 




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We are only here for the beer' 



'I love this class!!" 



"It could have been the Wiskey" 



The Flying Nun 




Hey! . . Have you heard this one?! 



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"She put the shade up again!!!" 



Let's draw straws 




No Cavities!!! 



HO-HUM 



"Look Mom, an A!!" 




"You're holding the camera crooked." 



"Boy, 1 wish I had a friend." 



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We'll show you how! 



And now for my next trick 



When the going gets tough, the tough get going! 




The Sheik 




Double Trouble 



The mad prunner! 



Class Will 



Brett Armstrong dedicates his accounting notes to the circular file. 

Benny Bramlage leaves behind too many late nights and early mornings. 

Laraine Caliri dedicates Dr. Marcum's genetic class to Paula Scanlin. 

Dennis Collins dedicates his hat to Jack Ahearn. 

Tim Crowley leaves behind his debts to become rich. 

Jim Dawson dedicates all those memories of lab field trips in the cold and 

pouring rain to the freshmen who don't know what they're in for. 

I, Clen DeCilio, leave only to return for more torture. 

Daniel Ferreira dedicates happiness and success to everyone. 

Brian Furbush leaves future classes the motivation to keep Stockbridge on top. 

Michele Gouveia leaves her mailbox to Jeff, Missy and Karen. 

Mike Gunn leaves partying with the Delta Upsiion Ducks and loving every 

minute of it. 

Gregg Jorritsma leaves Chris and Jon his notebook of knowledge. 

Barbara Keene leaves her still lives to Bob Childs. 

I, Debra Kenn dedicate my achievements to my mother Lynda Diane McNeill 

and my father Philip Kenn. 

Jeff LaFleur dedicates to Mr. Anderson a class of more than six majors. 

Lori LaFountain dedicates 'Sonic Boom' alarm clock for Steve Perry so he will 

always be on time. 

Marjorie Lambert dedicates all her love to David Gates. 

Derek Mannion leaves all his pudding to the muck at the bottom of the campus 

pond. 

Jim McDonald dedicates Ernie and Eddy to all Turf majors. Good luck, You'll 

need it. 

Tim Mercer dedicates to Judd, Chooch, Curt, Grog and Mafi all the good times. 

Keep in touch dudes. 

Sarah Mortell leaves Shawn and Krista so she can come back to visit. 

Max leaves Brian F. clean sheets for sleeping sickness on Bowl Day and to the 

class of '88 a successful future. 

Andrew S. Ohison leaves Arbor and Park majors a good party and luck in 

whatever they do and the whole Stockbridge senior class his love, peace, and 

happiness in whatever they do. 

I, Douglas Oliver dedicate Biff one red correcting pen fore he used enough ink 

on my blueprints. 

Steve Perry dedicates to Lori LaFountain a private parking space behind French 

Hall to avoid those parking headaches. 

I, Jon Prewitt leave the rest of my clues to Rob B. 

Allan Robotham leaves the graduating class of 1988 a cold Budweiser. 

Eric Sacon leaves all his class notes to Paul. 

1, James Scipione, leave. 

Jeff Smith dedicates engines and Irrigation classes to the unfortunate freshmen. 

I, Kevin Unger, leave Stockbridge ten thousand empty beer cans at the bottom 

of the campus pond. 

David Westhaver dedicates these years of hard work to Stevie. 



Editor s Note 





Organization and Time Management have always been my weak points, so when I 
agreed to be Editor of STOSAG 1988, 1 thought I was crazy! Lucl<ily, I was fortunate 
enough to have a fun, enthusiastic and creative staff (see pages 42 S 43). But the 
yearbooli would not have been possible, or at least on time, with out the extra 
efforts of a few people. 

I owe my life to the following people-. Don Lendry for keeping me on a schedule, 
and always being available for any simple/complex questions; my room-mate Chris 
Thomas for helping me take senior portraits; Tom Barnard for his "I'll do anything, 
just ask' attitude; Russ Keirsted and Eric Sacon for their dependability and efforts 
in compiling the history of Stockbridge; Brett Armstrong for being my right-hand 
man. There was never a time that he would not be right there to help me. And lastly, 
thank you to Larry Harty for the countless hours he worked in the office with me 
doing lay-outs and buying me coffee!!!.' 

Thanks guys, you made the efforts enjoyable, and I love the friendships that 
resulted from it all! 

-Barbara Keene 



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ANDREW ACKER • HERBERT ANDERSON • BRETT 

ARMSTRONG • JEFFREY ATTERSTROM • PETER BANKS • THOMAS 

BARNARD • CAIUS BAZILE • CHRISTOPHER BOWEN • ROBERT BOYKO • 

THOMAS BRADY • WILLIAM BRAMLAGE • MICHAEL BREAULT • PAUL BROWN 

• GLENN BUSH • LARAINE CALIRI • CATHERINE CALLAHAN • PAUL CARLMAN • 

MARK CARVALHO • NANCY CARVER • JEANNE COCCI • CHRISTOPHER COCKEY • 

RICHARD COLLAMORE • DENNIS COLLINS • PATRICK CONNELL • ALEXA COOKE • TIMOTHY 

CROWLEY • BARBARA DAGNESE • JAMES DAWSON • ANTHONY DEBONIS • GLEN DECILIO • 

GERARD DECOSTE • STEVEN DESCHENES • RONALD DICKEY • DANIEL DION • GLENN DONDLEY • 

ROBERT DORAN • JACOB DUNNELL • THOMAS FEDORA • JOSEPH FELICETTI • DANIEL FERREIRA • DAVID 

FLYNN • TIMOTHY FOGAL • CHRISTOPHER FORD • MICHEAL FORMOSI • NICHOLAS FRONTIERA • BRIAN 

FURBUSH • DAVIDGATES • KAREN GIROUARD* PATRICK GODDARD* BRIAN GORDON • MICHELE GOUVEIA* 

KAREN GRISWOLD* MICHEAL GUNN« MCNAMARA • TIMOTHY MERCER • 

RICHARD GUT • BRIAN HANLON • JOHN MERRITT • LAURA MORANO • 

PATRICK HANNIGAN • AMY HARRAH • SARAH MORTELL • JON-MICHAEL 

TIMOTHY HARRINGTON • LAURENCE MUISE • THOMAS NAGI • PETER 

HARTY* KENNETH HICKS* SCOTTHILL NiCOLETTI* DONALD NUNES* ROBERT 

• PETER HILPL • SCOTT HOLT • PAUL OBREMSKI • ANDREW OHLSON • 
HUNECK • SCOTT JOHNSON • GREGG DOUGLAS OLIVER • LAUREN PARKER • 
JORRITSMA • MICHAEL JOUBERT • STEVEN PARSONS •RICHARD PAVLAS* 
BARBARA KEENE'RUSSELKEIRSTEAD PAUL PEARSON • STEVEN PERRY • 

• BEBRA KENN • TIMOTHY KNIGHT • TIMOTHY PEURA • GREGORY PRATT • 
GEORGE KNOWLES • ELLEN KRAUSE • JON PREWITT • WILLIAM PROBST • 
JEFFREYLAFLEUR'LORILAFOUNTAIN LAURA RANKIN • MICHEAL RILEY • 

• ROBERT LAK • CURTIS LAMAY • ALLAN ROBOTHAM • ERIC SACON • 
MARJORIE LAMERT • ANDREW DANIEL SALMON • JAMES 
LANGLOIS • KENT LEMME • MELISSA SANTOSPAGO • ALAN SAPERSTEIN • 
LOPES • DEREK MANNION • SCOTT JOHN SCHULER • JAMES SCIPIONE • 
MCDERMOTT • JAMES MCDONALD • PADRAIC SHEEHAN • JONATHAN 
SCOTT MCNAMARA • WILLIAM SIMONDS • JEFFREY SMITH • 
ROBERTSONTENBROECK»SUNDAYTENBROECK«CARLTESCHKE«JANINETHOMAS»SOLOMAN THOMAS 

• KEVEN UNGER • CATHERINE VOLLINGER • ZEBEDEE VOLPE • THOMAS WATROBA • STEVEN WEST • 

DAVIDWESTHAVER»CHARLESWHITE»GERALDWHITE«ROBERTWHITE» BRIAN WILHELM'GARY 

WILLIS • MARK WOLFRAM • PETER WOOD • ANDREW ACKER • HERBERT ANDERSON • BRETT 

ARMSTRONG • JEFFREY ATTERSTROM • PETER BANKS • THOMAS BARNARD • CAIUS 

BAZILE • CHRISTOPHER BOWEN • ROBERT BOYKO • THOMAS BRADY • WILLIAM 

BRAMLAGE • MICHAEL BREAULT • PAUL BROWN • GLENN BUSH • LARAINE CALIRI • 

CATHERINE CALLAHAN • PAUL CARLMAN • MARK CARVALHO • NANCY CARVER • JEANNE 

COCCI • CHRISTOPHER COCKEY • RICHARD COLLAMORE • DENNIS COLLINS • PATRICK 

CONNELL • ALEXA COOKE • TIMOTHY CROWLEY • BARBARA DAGNESE • JAMES DAWSON • ANTHONY 

DEBONIS • GLEN DECILIO • GERARD DECOSTE • STEVEN DESCHENES • RONALD DICKEY • DANIEL DION • 

GLENN DONDLEY • ROBERT DORAN • • RUSSEL KEIRSTEAD • BEBRA KENN • 

JACOB DUNNELL • THOMAS FEDORA • TIMOTHYKNIGHT«GEORGE KNOWLES 

JOSEPH FELICETTI • DANIEL FERREIRA • ELLEN KRAUSE • JEFFREY LAFLEUR • 

• DAVID FLYNN • TIMOTHY FOGAL • LORI LAFOUNTAIN • ROBERT LAK • 
CHRISTOPHER FORD • MICHEAL CURTIS LAMAY • MARJORIE LAMERT • 
FORMOSI • NICHOLAS FRONTIERA • ANDREW LANGLOIS • KENT LEMME • 
BRIAN FURBUSH • DAVID GATES • MELISSA LOPES • DEREK MANNION • 
KAREN GIROUARD • PATRICK SCOTT MCDERMOTT • JAMES 
GODDARD»BRIANGORDON«MICHELE MCDONALD • SCOTT MCNAMARA • 
GOUVEIA • KAREN GRISWOLD • WILLIAM MCNAMARA • TIMOTHY 
MICHEAL GUNN • RICHARD GUT • MERCER • JOHN MERRITT • LAURA 
BRIAN HANLON "PATRICK HANNIGAN* MORANO • SARAH MORTELL * JON- 
AMYHARRAH*TIMOTHYHARRINGTON MICHAEL MUISE * THOMAS NAGI • 

• LAURENCE HARTY • KENNETH HICKS PETER NICOLETTI * DONALD NUNES • 

• SCOTT HILL* PETER HILPL 'SCOTT ROBERT OBREMSKI * ANDREW 
HOLT * PAUL HUNECK * SCOTT OHLSON * DOUGLAS OLIVER* LAUREN 
JOHNSON * GREGG JORRITSMA * PARKER * STEVEN PARSONS * 
MICHAEL JOUBERT * BARBARA KEENE RICHARD PAVLAS • PAUL PEARSON * 
STEVEN PERRY*TIMOTHY PEURA* GREGORY PRATT* JON PREWITT* WILLIAM PROBST* LAURA RANKIN* 
MICHEAL RILEY * ALLAN ROBOTHAM * ERIC SACON * DANIEL SALMON * JAMES SANTOSPAGO * ALAN 
SAPERSTEIN • JOHN SCHULER * JAMES SCIPIONE * PADRAIC SHEEHAN * JONATHAN SIMONDS * JEFFREY 

SMITH • ROBERTSON TENBROECK • SUNDAY TENBROECK * CARL TESCHKE * JANINE THOMAS • 

SOLOMAN THOMAS * KEVEN UNGER * CATHERINE VOLLINGER * ZEBEDEE VOLPE * THOMAS 

WATROBA * STEVEN WEST * DAVID WESTHAVER * CHARLES WHITE * GERALD WHITE * 

ROBERT WHITE • BRIAN WILHELM * GARY WILLIS • MARK WOLFRAM * PETER WOOD * 

ANDREW ACKER * HERBERT ANDERSON * BRETT ARMSTRONG * JEFFREY 

ATTERSTROM * PETER BANKS * THOMAS BARNARD * CAIUS BAZILE * 

CHRISTOPHER BOWEN * ROBERT BOYKO * THOMAS BRADY * WILLIAM 

BRAMLAGE • MICHAEL BREAULT * PAUL BROWN • GLENN BUSH * 

LARAINECALIRI * CATHERINE CALLAHAN * PAULCARLMAN * 



MARK CARVALHO • NANCY CARVER • JEANNE COCCI • 

CHRISTOPHER COCKEY • RICHARD COLLAMORE • DENNIS 

COLLINS • PATRICK CONNELL • ALEXA COOKE • TIMOTHY CROWLEY • 

BARBARADAGNESE* JAMES DAWSON •ANTHONYDEBONIS* GLEN DECILIO 

• GERARD DECOSTE • STEVEN DESCHENES • RONALD DICKEY • DANIEL DION • 

GLENN DONDLEY • ROBERT DORAN • JACOB DUNNELL • THOMAS FEDORA • JOSEPH 

FELICETTI • DANIEL FERREIRA • DAVID FLYNN • TIMOTHY FOGAL • CHRISTOPHER FORD • 

MICHEAL FORMOSI • NICHOLAS FRONTIERA • BRIAN FURBUSH • DAVID GATES • KAREN 

GIROUARD • PATRICK GODDARD • BRIAN GORDON • MICHELE GOUVEIA • KAREN GRISWOLD • 

MICHEAL GUNN • RICHARD GUT • BRIAN HANLON • PATRICK HANNIGAN • AMY HARRAH • TIMOTHY 

HARRINGTON • LAURENCE HARTY • KENNETH HICKS • SCOTT HILL • PETER HILPL • SCOTT HOLT • PAUL 

HUNECK • SCOTT JOHNSON • GREGG JORRITSMA • MICHAEL JOUBERT • BARBARA KEENE • RUSSEL 

KEIRSTEAD • BEBRA KENN • TIMOTHY TIMOTHY PEURA • GREGORY PRATT • 

KNIGHT • GEORGE KNOWLES* ELLEN JON PREWITT • WILLIAM PROBST • 

KRAUSE • JEFFREY LAFLEUR • LORI LAURA RANKIN • MICHEAL RILEY • 

LAFOUNTAIN • ROBERT LAK • CURTIS ALLAN ROBOTHAM • ERIC SACON • 

LAMAY»MARJORIELAMERT» ANDREW DANIEL SALMON • JAMES 

LANGLOIS • KENT LEMME • MELISSA SANTOSPAGO • ALAN SAPERSTEIN • 

LOPES • DEREK MANNION • SCOTT JOHN SCHULER • JAMES SCIPIONE • 

MCDERMOTT • JAMES MCDONALD • PADRAIC SHEEHAN • JONATHAN 

SCOTT MCNAMARA • WILLIAM SIMONDS • JEFFREY SMITH • 

MCNAMARA • TIMOTHY MERCER • ROBERTSON TENBROECK • SUNDAY 

JOHN MERRITT • LAURA MORANO • TENBROECK»CARLTESCHKE»JANINE 

SARAH MORTELL • JON-MICHAEL THOMAS»SOLOMANTHOMAS»KEVEN 

MUISE • THOMAS NAGI • PETER UNGER • CATHERINE VOLLINGER • 

NICOLETTI»DONALDNUNES» ROBERT ZEBEDEEVOLPE»THOMASWATROBA» 

OBREMSKI • ANDREW OHLSON • STEVEN WEST • DAVID WESTHAVER • 

DOUGLAS OLIVER 'LAUREN PARKER* CHARLES WHITE • GERALD WHITE • 

STEVEN PARSONS* RICHARD PAVLAS* ROBERT WHITE • BRIAN WILHELM • 

PAUL PEARSON • STEVEN PERRY • GARY WILLIS • MARK WOLFRAM • 

PETER WOOD • ANDREW ACKER • HERBERT ANDERSON • BRETT ARMSTRONG • JEFFREY ATTERSTROM • 

PETER BANKS • THOMAS BARNARD • CAIUS BAZILE • CHRISTOPHER BOWEN • ROBERT BOYKO • 

THOMAS BRADY • WILLIAM BRAMLAGE • MICHAEL BREAULT • PAUL BROWN • GLENN BUSH • 

LARAINE CALIRI • CATHERINE CALLAHAN • PAUL CARLMAN • MARK CARVALHO • NANCY 

CARVER«JEANNECOCCI»CHRISTOPHERCOCKEY» RICHARD COLLAMORE* DENNIS 

COLLINS • PATRICK CONNELL • ALEXA COOKE • TIMOTHY CROWLEY • BARBARA 

DAGNESE* JAMES DAWSON •ANTHONYDEBONIS»GLENDECILIO«GERARD DECOSTE 

• STEVEN DESCHENES • RONALD DICKEY • DANIEL DION • GLENN DONDLEY • ROBERT 

DORAN • JACOB DUNNELL • THOMAS FEDORA • JOSEPH FELICETTI • DANIEL FERREIRA • DAVID 

FLYNN •TIMOTHYFOGAL«CHRISTOPHERFORD»MICHEALFORMOSI» NICHOLAS FRONTIERA* BRIAN 

FURBUSH • DAVIDGATES • KARENGIROUARD* PATRICKGODDARD* BRIAN GORDON • MICHELEGOUVEIA* 

KAREN GRISWOLD •MICHEAL GUNN • MCNAMARA • TIMOTHY MERCER • 

RICHARD GUT • BRIAN HANLON • JOHN MERRITT • LAURA MORANO • 

PATRICK HANNIGAN • AMY HARRAH • SARAH MORTELL • JON-MICHAEL 

TIMOTHY HARRINGTON • LAURENCE MUISE • THOMAS NAGI • PETER 

HARTY* KENNETH HICKS'SCOTTHILL NICOLETTI«DONALDNUNES» ROBERT 

• PETER HILPL • SCOTT HOLT • PAUL OBREMSKI • ANDREW OHLSON • 
HUNECK • SCOTT JOHNSON • GREGG DOUGLAS OLIVER • LAUREN PARKER • 
JORRITSMA • MICHAEL JOUBERT • STEVEN PARSONS* RICHARD PAVLAS* 
BARBARA KEENE "RUSSEL KEIRSTEAD PAUL PEARSON • STEVEN PERRY • 

• BEBRA KENN • TIMOTHY KNIGHT • TIMOTHY PEURA • GREGORY PRATT • 
GEORGE KNOWLES • ELLEN KRAUSE • JON PREWITT • WILLIAM PROBST • 
JEFFREYLAFLEUR* LORI LAFOUNTAIN LAURA RANKIN • MICHEAL RILEY • 

• ROBERT LAK • CURTIS LAMAY • ALLAN ROBOTHAM • ERIC SACON • 
MARJORIE LAMERT • ANDREW DANIEL SALMON • JAMES 
LANGLOIS • KENT LEMME • MELISSA SANTOSPAGO • ALAN SAPERSTEIN • 
LOPES • DEREK MANNION • SCOTT JOHN SCHULER • JAMES SCIPIONE • 
MCDERMOTT • JAMES MCDONALD • PADRAIC SHEEHAN • JONATHAN 
SCOTT MCNAMARA • WILLIAM SIMONDS • JEFFREY SMITH • 
ROBERTSONTENBROECK«SUNDAYTENBROECK»CARLTESCHKE«JANINETHOMAS»SOLOMAN THOMAS 

• KEVEN UNGER • CATHERINE VOLLINGER • ZEBEDEE VOLPE • THOMAS WATROBA • STEVEN WEST • DAVID 
WESTHAVER • CHARLES WHITE • GERALD WHITE • ROBERT WHITE • BRIAN WILHELM • GARY WILLIS • MARK 

WOLFRAM 'PETER WOOD "ANDREW ACKER -HERBERT ANDERSON 'BRETT ARMSTRONG "JEFFREY 

ATTERSTROM • PETER BANKS • THOMAS BARNARD • CAIUS BAZILE • CHRISTOPHER BOWEN • 

ROBERT BOYKO • THOMAS BRADY • WILLIAM BRAMLAGE • MICHAEL BREAULT • PAUL 

BROWN • GLENN BUSH • LARAINE CALIRI • CATHERINE CALLAHAN • PAUL CARLMAN • 

MARK CARVALHO • NANCY CARVER 'JEANNE COCCI • CHRISTOPHER COCKEY • 

RICHARD COLLAMORE • DENNIS COLLINS • PATRICK CONNELL • ALEXA 

COOKE»TIMOTHYCROWLEY«BARBARADAGNESE»JAMESDAWSON« 

ANTHONY DEBONIS • GLEN DECILIO • GERARD DECOSTE • 

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