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Dedication 



Dean Mosher 



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Faculty 


21 


Seniors 


25 


Organizations 


48 


Trips & Events 


54 


Majors' 


67 


Sports 


77 


Candids 


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THE CLASS OF 1993 WOULD LIKE TO 

THANK DAVID RAGGETT FOR HIS 

OUTSTANDING SERVICE TO THE 

STOCKBRIDGE SCHOOL OF 

AGRICULTURE 



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MESSAGE FROM THE DIRECTO 
HARRY L. MOSHER 

ee at last. Free at last. I know that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. wasn't thinking of Stockbridge graduates when he 
ve his famous speech, but I know it's applicable. It's like getting out of the Army or the Navy, you just can't 
heve it. It takes some time to just let it sink in that studying, quizzes, exams, and papers are all over. Now it's time 
go to work. But if your like my son he called home after he had been working for a few months and said, "Dad, 
lu know that school business was really easy compared to work. I put in about 60 hours this week and I'm studying 
:e mad to learn more about IPM." And so it goes. It seems like we frequently complain just to complain, not 
dng the time to be grateful for all the oppertunities and good things that come our way. 

lough preaching. You did it. You finished what you set out to do. You reached this goal and you should realize 
iw proud your teachers are of your accomplishments. We see tons of students come and go yet each class has some 
ecial memories and gets a special place in our hearts. The biggest rewards we get are having you come back at a 
;er date or even writing a letter letting us know what you are doing and how you are progressing. I don't know if 
lu can imagine what it is like to have a former student walk into your office some years later in a suit and a tie, 
nounce that he or she now has their own succesful business, is married and has a couple of children. As a teacher 
lu cannot help smiling and having a real sense of satisfaction that perhaps you have contributed in some small 
anner to that success. 

; a wonderful world out there. Challenges there will be to be sure, but it would be a dull world without them. You 
,ve the right stuff-go out and use it. 

ist of wishes to all for continued success in your careers. 




arry L. Mosher 



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THE CLASS OF 1993 WOULD LIKE TO EXTEND OUF 
SPECIAL THANKS TO ELIZABETH WIERNASZ EOF 
HER HARD WORK AND DEDICATION TO THI 
STOCKBRIDGE SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE ANI 
ITS STUDENTS. 



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Faculty 



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JOHN F. AHERN 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE 
AND REGIONAL PLANNING 



WESLEY R. AUTIO 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 
PLANT AND SOIL SCIENCES 



THOMAS 
BEAUCHESNE 

GREENHOUSE MANAGER 



DAVID BELONIARZ 

VISITING INSTRUCTOR 




ANTHONY BORTON 

PROFESSOR 

VETERINARY AND ANIMAL 

SCIENCES 



THOMAS BOYLE 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 
FLORICULTURE 



WILLIAM J. 
BRAMLAGE 

PROFESSOR 

PLANT AND SOIL SCIENCES 



DEAN CARDASIS 

PROGRAM COORDINATOR 
LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING 




ROBERT D. CHILDS 

LECTURER OF ENTOMOLOGY. 
COORDINATOR OF URBAN 
FORESTRY DIAGNOSTIC LAB 



KATHERINE 
CONWAY 

STOCKBRIDGE RECRUITER, 
ADMISSIONS COUNSELOR 



RICHARD J. COOPER 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 
PLANT AND SOIL SCIENCES 



DOUGLAS COX 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 
FLORICULTURE 



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MICHAEL 
DAVIDSOHN 

structor 

lNdscape contracting 



DUANE GREENE 



PROFESSOR OF POMOLOGY 



SUSAN HAN 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 
FLORICULTURE 



BRIAN HANLON 

ASSISTANT MANAGER 
EQUINE CENTER 



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:atherine hickey thomas Houston 



GEORGE HOWE 



GAIL HOYLE 



[TENSION SPECIALIST 
,ANT PATHOLOGY 



LECTURER 

FORESTRY AND WILDLIFE 

MANAGEMENT 



ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 
VETERINARY AND ANIMAL 
SCIENCES 



MANAGER 
EQUINE CENTER 




SIDNEY J. LYFORD 

lOFESSOR 

ETERINARY AND ANIMAL 
lENCES 



WILLIAM P. 
MacCONNELL 

PROFESSOR 

FORESTRY AND WILDLIFE 

MANAGEMENT 



JOSEPH C. MAWSON 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 
FORESTRY AND WILDLIFE 
MANAGEMENT 



DENNIS P. RYAN 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 
ARBORICULTURE AND URBAN 
FORESTRY 



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GAIL SCHUMANN 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 
PLANT PATHOLOGY 




PATRICIA VITTUM 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 
ENTOMOLOGY 



JERRY SCHURINK 



LECTURER 

EQUESTRIAN PROGRAM 
COORDINATOR 



NOT PICTURED : 
WILLIAM TORELLO 
SUSAN MULGREW 
ROBERT WICK 
GEORGINA BRAMLAGE 
BRIAN VINCHESI 



TERRY A. TATTAR 

PROFESSOR 
PLANT PATHOLOGY 



PETRIS VENEMAN 

PROFESSOR 

PLANT AND SOIL SCIENCES 



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Seniors 



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DAVID ANDERSON 



SUZANNE M. BAKER 



KEVIN C. BALOCCA 



ARBORICULTURE 



EQUINE INDUSTRIES 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 



Activities: Alpha Tau Gamma, Arbor Club, 
Student Senate, Yearbook Staff 

Thanks Ma and Dad, couldn't have done it without 
you.Thanks Jay OCTL.To the boys, ATP, what a great 
time-brothers for life, "HI", "thats nice", indoor bob 
sledding, razorbacks, Grasshopper"Do the best at 
everything you do and have no regrets about the 
outcome, "Hey John who's Armstrong" 



Activities; Animal Ag Club 

Norman Lives, Penthouse 22, Kentucky, tailgating. 

sleeping in cars, "Grant me the serenity to accept the 

things I can not change 

change the things I can and 

the wisdom to know the difference" 




LOUIS BETTENCOURT 

TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 



JOSEPH F.BOREY 

LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING 



GREGG D. BROOKS 



ARBORICULTURE 



Activities; Alpha Tau Gamma, Turf Club 
President, Student Senate Treasurer, Wednesday 
Night Porch Club 

"Never leave till tomorrow which you can do today", 
Thanx to all the brothers of Alpha Tau Gamma, 
especially Dan,B.H. Crew.Renay.Mom and Dad. 
Remember: "The Baker", Homecoming, Xmas party, 
Greek Week, Insomniac Backgammon Club. 

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Activities: Flower Show (set up) & Mud Pit 
Making 

"The Big Kahuna" says it was a great two years. 
Thanks to many friends and thanks to Mom and Dad. 



Activities;Arbor Club 



Grasshopper- "cryptonizing and smokin' crack in 302, 
chic-a-bic-a-lic. Roc, Reef Ponch, Captain, and the 
ATr Boys, NYC and "Your All Over The Road", , 

XLT(s), Birdy, Thanks Mom ,Dad, Sean, and Marianne 
"Into The Great 'Wide Open"! ■ 




SHANE J. BUREK 



TODD BURNS 



CHRISTOPHER BUTLER 



LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING 



LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING 



LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING 



tivities: Alpha Tau Gamma.Wilder Hall 
)ject 

res a sigh to those who love me, and a smile to those 

hate.And whatever sky's above me.Heres a heart 
every fate. Enjoyed partying with the boys of ATF 

1 the times that we had. To the boys of Mu Delta, 
y you live life to its' fullest. 



Activities:Lover of Plants, Cutter of Cardboard 

Cage on my window. Cardboard in my dreams, stress, 
parsley, details, lots of caffeine, lost money, gained 
weight, back to the real world. So Long Stockbridge, 
Thanks to Friends and Family. 





ROBERT CAMPBELL 



LAWRENCE M. CARLESI 



BRAD A. CASEY 



PARK MANAGEMENT 



ARBORICULTURE 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 



Activities: Stockbridge Basketball 



"Lifes short play hard!". The Untouchables Thanks 
Family for support and help. Secretly wishes: To win 
the Bud Light Triathlon, Live life to its fullness. 



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ROCCO CIPRI 



JOSEPH R.COAN 



KEVIN E. COLLINS 



ARBORICULTURE 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 



Activities: Arbor Club 

Rocky Squirrel- Party in the Crypt with Grassy, Reef, 
Ponch. Captain, and ATG boys, The Arbor Club in 
N.Y.C.. "Your All Over The Road", Birdy, Thanks 
Mom, Dad, Family and Angela. I couldn't have made it 
without you all, " Into the Great Wide Open", 

I'm Coming Home!! 



Activities: Turf Club, Kit Kat Club, Turgor Fan 
Club 

Tom when can I play TPC!, Tony, Fresh is done with 
the bat, your up. 



Activities: Stockbridge Golf Team, -naps 

I 
Wednesday nights at Mikes, Studying for Wick, Bum- . 
Bum-Bumm, all the nicknames, "whos got last years j 
test", It's a study guide, B.A.T.S., Dunk Hoops,mmmmi 
beer. Thanks guys for a great two years. 




PAUL A. CORMIER 



ANTHONY CRISCITELLI 



DEBRA A. DALESSIO 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 



EQUINE INDUSTRIES 



Activities: Turf Club. Kit Kat Club 



Activities: Golf Team, Turf Club, Kit Kat Club 



Salem Place, Holly Jolly, Michele, Kit Kat Club 
Alumni 



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MARK D. DALY 



THOMAS M. DEGRANDI 



DEIDRE JUNE DELTORCHIO 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 



EQUINE INDUSTRIES 



;tivities: Turf Club, Scorch Club, Turgor Fan 
ub 

e seventh Son of the Llaina, Riddler, 2 cents, Lude 
e. Burger, Black Ball, 73 pizzas, 8 hats, 5 loans, 2 
hides, 2 sets of sheets, and a neice later. If I could 
ange the alphabet Julie I'd put U and I together, 
anks Mom and Dad. 



Activities; Turf Club. Kit Kat Club 
Thanks Joe 



"Florida 92", Thanks Mom and Dad for putting me 
through college. I love you both! Good luck to my 
sisters. David, we have made it this far! I love you! 

"Doing what you love is freedom Loving what you 

do is happiness" 






ROBERT J. DEMBEK 



JASON PAUL N. DERWIN 



JOHN D. DEVROUDE 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 



ANIMAL SCIENCE/ EQUINE 
INDUSTERIES 



LANDSCAPE OPERATIONS 



Activities: College of Food and Natural Re- 
sources Curriculum Committee member 

Best of luck to all The Equine Club. Students- will be 
here for another 2 1/2 years, the majority in 
Biotechnology-come visit. 



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HEATH A. DICKSON 



MARLO DOHERTY 



DAVID A. DONAHUE 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 



FLORICULTURE 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT) 
LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING! 



Activities: "None that can be mentioned" i 

i 

The year the Golf Team lost! I did my time, and thenj 
some. The last of the pith boys (Nidge, Grov., Kaif). ] 
Thanks Mom, Dad, Bert, and of course Robin! 5 







ROBERT S. EGAN 



ALBERT S. FABRIZIO 



JEFFREY A. FIELD 



LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING 



LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING 



LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING 



Activities: Climbing, Riding, Sword Fights 

"We ride" (Chet. Sam), S-10, Oh-Nol, "The Nemesis", 
Halloween Night, Blue Razz, JQA 18th floor, Antonios, 
Grundel Beast, Super Techmo 1817, ATG cookouts, TJ 
Marathon Man, Eggin 367 Pufton, Shooting Fruit, 
Jaws, Jizzy in Tikki Port 



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FREDERICK FIELDER 



BRIAN C. FISHER 



VERNE W. FISHER 



ANDSCAPE CONTRACTING 



LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING 



LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING 



e up. Models, Ag Eng., We climb. Thanks Mom 
Dad, Good Luck Guys! 



Activities: Flex Gym, Boyden, Climbing, Model 
Building 101 

The 3 keys to happiness-Simplicity, consistency, and 
Moderation. Annual semester Piggin, Add another 
small child to the bar Chucky, Not quite done yet. "The 
Stalker", Always hoping the best is yet to come., 
Thanks Mom, Dad and everyone. 



Activities: Outdoor Sportsman 

Work with nature to make the world a better place for 
all living things in harmony with the environment and 
the human impact. 




JONATHAN R. GATES 



KENNETH L. GERO 



RICHARD H. GNIADEK 



ANDSCAPE CONTRACTING 



LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 



ivities: Climbing, Riding, Skiing 

loween Night, Metallica with Holdgate and Capt., 
e Razz, Antonios, ATG cookouts. 



Activities: Just being with my girlfriend Lynda. 

"Skipping and Scamming", chicken pucks. The dreadful 
model building, complaining, the ride home. Dean 
Cardasis my friend-Not!, Thanks Mom and Dad, My 
deepest thanks goes to my girlfriend Lynda, Thanks for 
being there, 1 Love You! 



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GREGORY E. GOODELL 



PAUL C. HALLOCK 



ROBERT H. HARTLEY 



ARBORICULTURE 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT! 



Activities: Turf Club, Scorch Club 

Montreal 91, Spring Break 92 Florida. Kate, sit back, 
relax, and enjoy the Python. Thanks to K.D. and my 
family for believing in me, "We're just wild about 
Harry", "Take me down to the paradise city where the 
Grass is Green . 




ROBERT R. HASSETT 



JEFFREY B. HERRON 



STEVEN C. HEYWOOD 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 



ANIMAL AGRICULTURE 



ARBORICULTURE 



Activities: Turf Club. Kit Kat Club. Gone Skiing 

Shleprock! Who 
Good Luck To All! 



I had fun at Stockbridge, and really learned alot here. I 
will mi.ss it. I think that the students that go to the 
Stockbridge School of Agriculture will find it 
rewarding,! know 1 did. 



Activities: Arbor Club, Student Senate 

"Hey it doesn't go bad". Lance lay off the rice, Snifl 
think Opra stole your hair. It's really wet in Somalia I 
Dark Hemut really does have the torch. If all el.se fa 
just Caveman. 



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JAMES D. HOLDGATE 



TODD F. HOLMES 



GARDENA M. HOULE 



LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 



PARK MANAGEMENT 



tivities: Basketball 1 ,2 

[all with Kevin, Bob, Jeff, Sheepman. Uptown with 
guys, Antonios, The Nemesis, Metallica with Gates, 
: Captain, beat chicks, beat mobile, Pufton Parties, 
i-Q's at ATG, Spring Break with C.R., K.R.,M.A., 
-vard, 20th floor JQA, Good Luck Everyone. 



Activities: National Park Police, Arbor Club, 
G+K Westview Club, Wednesday Night Porch 
Party Club, G+S Tree and Landscape 

Glad I opened the door Halloween Night '91'!!! am the driver- 
Co pilot Kimba. Me, Scott, Jimbo kicked out of Cape. Thanks 
for the math help Shano. Bye karen, Jen, Sue and ATG friends. 
Thank you Mom and Dad, Moe and Bruce + Hoyles!! Next stop 
Virgin Islands Me +Scotl, I love y.. 




KENNETH D. JENKS 



DAVID JENNINGS 



TIMOTHY H. JOHNSON 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 



ARBORICULTURE 



LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING 



;tivities: Hunting '91', Pie/Rides, Housing 



"Nothing that is easy is really worth doing" 



THINK DIRT!! 



, man who suceeds and looks bad, is better than a 
in who fails and looks good." 



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ROBERT F. JOHNSTON 



TODD W. JORDAN 



CHRISTOPHER JOYCE 



TURFGRASSMANAGEMENT 



LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING 



LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING 



Activities: Rapid Senescing 

Who's got last years test, I'm enhancing my personaHty. 
It's a study guide. Elevator Gremlins. Bum-Bum- 
Bumm, She's dirty. Oh my melon. Cell Block 609. No. 
I'm not in Metallica!, I Love You Cath and Kyle, 

Thanks. 




JUSTIN KARELLA 



BRIDGET R. KELLEY 



JAMES A. LACEFIELD 



LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING 



EQUINE INDUSTRIES 



ARBORICULTURE 



Activities: Equine Club 

It's all over! I'll never forget our tours girls. Subway, 
Julie, are we .still thru? AH-HA. MOEW, J&J, how 
stupid I was. What missions'? Stair sledding. BURIED, 
what was I thinking? Sorry John, but Thanks. UH-OH 
broken. 



Activities: Arbor Club, House Council, Sylvan I 
Area Government 

"Give Your Best To Dear Old Stockbridge" "But yoi^ 
mean the world to me" Mom and Dad what can I say, 
except Thanks! 



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NORMAN R. LAFAILLE 



JEFF V. LARSON 



JOHN R. LEDGER 



rURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 



:ivities: Alpha Tau Gamma, Turf Club, 
dent Senate 

pha Tau Gamma-Hail O' Hail to the gray squirrel" 3 
I ETERNAL VAN METER - I'm on the 6th Hoor, 
b Newman, Thanks Mom, Dad, Trish. 



Activities: Basketball, Golf 



'TORE" maybe I should have yelled "two" 



Activities: Mogul busting; Dr Beers 
Loyal order of the moose "AAOUUUGA" 








NANCY B. LINEHAN 



JAMES E. LYDON 



TODD E. LYMAN 



FLORICULTURE 



LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 



Activities: Lots of Ski Trips, Passing the grades. 
Tour de Beers 

Loyal Order of the Moose ( Aa-oouu-gahh) "Life is too 
short. Play Hard" To all the friends I've met at 
Stockbridge, Congragulations we made it! You're a 
great bunch of people, I hope you all get what you want 
out of life, shoot high Aim for the stars, see ya later. 



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JULIE ANNA LYNCH 



GREGGORY MACKINTOSH 



JULIE A. MALLOY 



EQUINE INDUSTRIES 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 



FLORICULTURE 



Activities: Equine Club 

Thanks for everything mom. Holly Jolly (my bum) 
Bring it on Mark, I will always love you, BQ I love the 
rainy nights YipesI Bridget is it still over? U+I 95, AH- 
HA, stair sledding, IRL, Moew, ckskr, purts, ILU2PX0 




ANDREW MARTIN MARCOUX 



JOHN MARQUIS 



MELANIE MASSEY 



EQUINE INDUSTRIES 



ARBORICULTURE 



EQUINE INDUSTRIES 



I'm back in the saddle again! Thanks to the 'rents, 
Lizard -n- John *Teri*, Jerry, Gail, Brian, Dave 
Baggetl. n^A, wouldn't be the same w/o projectile 
heave-ho, DRIVE ONI! Congrats to Stockies, My hat 
off to ya. 



Activities: Equine Ag Club | 

'i 
Best Buds Kristie, Carol, & Erin, x-ing, smoking I 

always, Metallica, GNR-Smoke and Leather, Sun. ; 

River, Graveyards, Sowin w/ Kristie, FLA., Spring I 

Concert, Peace Frog- Jim is the Best, One Trip Leads] 

the Next.... i 



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KRISTIE R. MATISKO 



DANIEL K. MAYER 



KEVIN J. MCGRATH 



EQUINE INDUSTRIES 



ARBORICULTURE 



LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING 



ctivities: Equestrian Team, Animal Ag. Club, 
RC 

orida, riding, GNR, Metallica, Smoke- N-Leather, 
■aveyards, Fisherdick, X-ing, Spring Concert, My 
:w Marley, hanging witii my Coolidge buddies-I 
)ve You All. My disciples MM, CN, KT- you will 



Activities: Alpha Tau Gamma, Arbor Club-Pres.. I climb, I ride. Old Guy Carries The Torch!! 

Student Senate-Pres., Wed. Nite Porch Social 

Club 

Thank you my brothers of ATf for all the "Fast Times", 
the Notch, Silver Bridge, NYC, Sunday River, Bartyls 
& James. Woof!, "You have to lose a few till the stakes 



ver be replaced. Sundae Forever. "Theres someone in get high, when the odds are right just blow by! O.P. 
y head but it's not me"Floyd 







JONATHAN P. MILLER 



CARLTON P. MINER 



WILLIAM B. MOGENSEN 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 



ARBORICULTURE 



ctivities: Alpha Tau Gamma 



Activities: Arbor Club, Liberty Island Commu- 
nity Service 



"Seize The Day" 



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MARK C. MUNIZ 



ARBORICULTURE 



Activities: Alpha Tau Gamma, Student Senate, 
Arbor Club, Yearbook-Editor 



It's funny how fast 2 years can go by. The best of times 
w ith my brothers of ATf-Brothers For Life.Too many 
great people and great times to mention.Thanks Mom, 
Dad, and Paul. 



SCOTT D. MURPHY 



LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING 



Activities: Alpha Tau Gamma. House Manager 
Student Senate V.P. 

Thanks to all my brothers at Alpha Tau Gamma. Garde 
thanks for all the great times. Love You Always.Indoor 
Bobsledding Team, Wednesday Night Porch Parties, 
Halloween Party "92", recycling furniture, 
1 17 Teaticket path. Thanks Mom and Dad 




CAROL A. NOLL 



EQUINE INDUSTRIES 



Activities: Equestrian Team, Equine Animal Ag 
Club 

Florida, Sunday River, Riding, Hayride. GNR, 
Metallica. Smoke-N-Leather, Graveyards, Fisherdick, 
X-ing at Spring Concert, Well guys you have all been 
the best, KM, MM, KT, EH, Don't forget to say high I 
Jim in the end! 




MARK S. NYKORCHUCK 

TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 
LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING 

Activities: Mikes Westview 

To the la.st of the Pith Boys!!,Nice being tortured with 
you lurfers this year-"Nydge". Thanks Mom and Dad. 



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PETER G. NYSTROM 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 



Activities: Manager Stockbridge Hoops 

Heckling 1/2 glass man. Looking for dirties with 
Shaughnessy, "whos your daddy", Daalicious" steak at 
Dereks, Thanks Mom and Dad, only 2 yrs left to go! 
Bum-Bum-Bumm!! 



DENNIS P. OKANE 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 








KURT J. OSTERMAN 



MATTHEW J. OTERI 



KRISTEN ANNE PIRO 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 



LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING 



EQUINE INDUSTRIES 



:tivities: Heckling Half Glass Man, 
linchbugs, Mg+N 

rty 805D, What Happened? Road trip. Hey Russ-how 
iny beers are left? Another mailbox? L.A.W., The 
'amp. Wanna Shot? Sign the bar! Jills 19-Lets Strip! 
^BS, lets drink , this is what college is all about. Bum- 
m-Bumm! Thanks Dad-It's time to do what I gotta 
. K077 



We've had alot of laughs but the best times are still to 
come. Best wishes friends and keep your dreams alive. 
Thanks Mom and Dad. 



Activities: Equine Club 

Its over;Ah-ha-cookoo;touring;padlock-love those rainy 
nights;Yipe;BK-I won't huh?;Purts;Thursday nitesj'm 
in a hurry;the banger;Ford trucks;not impressed;stair 
sledding; drivebys; Buried;CKSKR;moew; 
D-talks;Never Forget;Best of times. 




JAMES J. RADZIEWICZ 



ANTHONY J. RANALDI 



CYNTHIA W. REIS 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 



EQUINE INDUSTRIES 



Activities: Hockey (Capt.), Basketball (Co. Capt) 
A- 10 Champions 

A..B,. See Ya! 



Activities: Riding 

Meeting my new friends.. moving in with 
Toni..Chadboume.. never being 
here. .Chris. .Casey. .Mystic.. Living with the 
Godmother.. Hadley Farm. .Florida Trip..If I never get 
on a train again that will be soon enough. .My new 
friend Megan. .Thanx Mom & Dad. 



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BRETT RICHARDS 



KEVIN R. ROWELL 



JAMES P. RYAN 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 



LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING 



ARBORICULTURE 



Live life to the fullest, no more cardboard! Drop dead 
Fred, Papa, Big-D, later white boys Have a good ONE. 
Mom, Dad, and Steve Thanks for the support. Love 
You All. 



Activities: Alpha Tau Gamma, Arbor Club, / 

Stockbridge Student Senate 

Thanks Mom and Dad for the support you have given 
me. Sincere thanks to the boys of ATF, couldn't have 
done it without you! Brotherhood Always. To improve 
the golden moment of opportunity, and catch the good 
that, is within our reach, is the great art of life. 





CHRISTOPHER RYDER 



DANIEL SHAUGHNESSY 



GARY D. SHERMAN 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 



LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING 



ARBORICULTURE 



Activities: Golf Team 

"The cave", sping break Panama City, Albert 
Fabrezenheimerswartsenstein, 1817 The Fruit Door, 
367 Puffton egged, OH NO! Ifs the NEMESIS!! 



Activities: Procrastination, Eating, Sleeping, 
Gimping! 

Al Fab rocks the house! Pufton Hot dog stands! Fred F. 
Wake Up! C.J's business class! Tough guys syndrome! 
I u.sed to climb. Passing nursery management for me 
and Bob J. Jazzbo! No More Cardboard! Thanks 
everybody it was fun. 



Good Luck to Stockies { Class of 1993) 



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MATTHEW T. SHIPPEE 



MEGAN E. SIMONDS 



KRAY A. SMALL 



LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING 



EQUINE INDUSTRIES 



ARBORICULTURE 



imbing lab. Slacking, Stone Work. 

f anything goes wrong, blame the guy who cant 

;ak English" - Homer Simpson 



Patty and Megan or Megan and Patty - the one and 
same, our fun and crazy times at Umass " A women 
needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle." Cindy- my 
buddy always, "it's a rental" All my fuzzy bam pals. 
Thanx family - 1 love you guys. " Nothing left to do but 
smile, smile, smile." 



Activities: Arbor Club. Senate 

Loyal order of the moose, AAA-ROO-GA! Good 
friends and fine studying at the Hatch; Here's to 
swimming... Thanks Greg. 




DEREK STEBBINS 



MATHEW STENGEL 



PATRICIA A. STITSON 



LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING 



LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING 



EQUINE INDUSTRIES 



ti I'm the kid with the missing tooth. Thanks Valerie, 
1 miss you. Love you. Cardboard Lab, Shag bark, 
ipa, Newstrum, Fishing with Fisher, Ceya, Captain 
ubbins! 



Activities: Climbing, Flex Training, Cardboard 
Cutting 

( Consistancy, Simplicity, Moderation) Grundel Beast, 
(Sam and Albert we ride) Tree Guys, 
F-150 crushes S-10. 



Activities: Umass Collegiate 4-H Club 

"Squid" "Oh my head Meg!" Thanks to all who made 
my passage swift & exciting and as painless as possible, 
my friends, my Mom & Dad. "With all it's sham, 
drudgery, and broken dreams it is still a beautiful 
world. Be cheerful - Strive to be happy." - Max 
Ehrmann 



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ERIK D. SWANSON 



KARIN ELIZABETH TAMMS 



BRUNO TERRASI 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 



EQUINE INDUSTRIES 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 



Activities: Equine Club. Stockbridge Senate 

Florida, Riding, Sunday River, xing, Hayride, 
Metallica, GNR, Extravaganza, Smoke - N- Leather, 
Graveyards, Fisherdick, Spring Conceit, CN, MM, KM, 
EH, & KT, "What a long strange trip it's been" Love 
You All. 




SHANE H. THERIAULT 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 



Activitie.s: Dean.s List 

To TH, CC, SM, and all of my friends; the times in 
which we've spent together, both good and bad, are the 
best ever and will never be forgotten. I wish for each 
and everyone of you to be successful and reach your 
highest goals as a superintendant or a rocket scientest. 
Thanks for everything. 

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DOUGLAS M. TUOHY 

TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 

Activities: Turf Club. Kit Kat Club 

Live Large My Friends! Take it easy, see you on the 
outside. Thanks Joe! Freshy! 



ROBERT R. VARANKA 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 








JENNIFER M. WARD 



KYLE WELLS 



TORY WESBY 



EQUINE INDUSTRIES 



ARBORICULTURE 



LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING 



ivities: Animal/Ag Club, FFA 

m & Dad, Thanks for your love, understanding, and 
port. Cashin 92', RA 93', Stunting, Friends- Thanlvs 
keeping me going, D&D's, Bry guy. Family Times. 
ou are limited only by your dreams, so reach for the 
s!" - Christa McCauliff 



Activities; Arbor Club Treasurer, Statue of 
Liberty Pruning Program 

"Why not go out on a limb, that's where the fruit is." 
Twisters, The Pub, Springfield, The Cape, Boston, 
NYC, Camping, Tree Swing, 3's Company, Window, 
Lock the door. Blues traveler. Clean shavin, xmas tree, 
roof, swingle, C. Morgan's, Thanks Mom & Dad. 



Activities: Flower Show Set-Up 

"Loyal order of the Moose" Thanks Mom & Dad 



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SON H. WOOTEN 



KAREN LISA WYMAN 



MICHAEL R. YOUNG 



LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING 



EQUINE INDUSTRIES 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 



Activities: Stockbridge Student Senate, Yearbook 
Committee 

Sunday River Adventure, My boyscouts; Drives with 
G;ATG - my dad; Penthouse; Florida-my Cashel Stud; 
Tailgating; Hayride; D&D's; Norman; Beer (lots of it) 
Thanks M & D for all the support (and $); Thanx 
Stockies for all the great times, I'll never forget you! 



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SCOTT J. ZALINSKY 



DOUGLAS C. ZEPHIR 



T.CHRISTIAN ZIMIROWSKI 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 



LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING 



LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING 



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JONATHAN P. ZUK 



SAMUEL JAMES ALOISI 



BRYAN C. ARMSTRONG 



TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT 



LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING 



FLORICULTURE 



Activities: Golf Team, Turf Club, Scorch Club, 
Turgor Fan Club 

It's been fun, but two years is plenty; We are just mad 
about Harry .Tim, I requested the same room for the me 
you know where to find me; This one for you: Turgor, 
Joey 2 cents, Riddle-llama, weekend, ski patrol, Bennie, 
Hemp. Thirsty Man, Sleeper, Gobber. Bye. 

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Activities: Riding, Climbing, Pufton Sausage 
Parties 

JQA w/Jiz, S-IO, Fl, The T, Nova, More Adventures 
w/AI, 367 Pufton, Metallica, Stockies Rule, We Ridel, 
The Inch, "Theres alot of love in Stockbridge", Thanks 
Mom, Dad and Mike- one more year, "the faster you 
move, the slower time passes, the longer you live" 
Later Fellas 




GOERGE W. HARDY 



ROBERT IRISH 



DAVID J. SALETNIK 



ARBORICULTURE 



ARBORICULTURE 



ARBORICULTURE 



ivities: Arbor Club, RA( Kennedy, JQA), 
Lgel Containment Club 



Activities: Arbor Club. Fire & First Aid. Loyal 
order of the Moose 



e your Best to Dear Old Slockbridge" Never judge a person 
1st looking at them, for when you get through to the inside 
might find a totally different person than you think. People 
ilways changing. Thanx Mom & Dad for your never ending 
and support Thanks to all my friends for a great 2 years. 



"Try not to be a man of success, but rather a man of 
value." - Anonymous 



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Camera Shy. 



MARK AMSTEIN 
JEFFREY BAKER 
CYNTHIA BARSTOW 
HEATHER BEDNARZ 
CHRISTOPHER BENGSTON 
MARC BALCOME 
MATTHEW BUTLER 
JAMES CARSON 
KEVIN CONLEY 
MARK DOYLE 
ADAM FAGIANO 
THOMAS FARRELL 
TRACY FORD 
SCOTT GUNN 
SHANE GURNEY 
SETH HAZARD 
MICHAEL HELLRIGEL 
SCOTT IMBRO 
MICHAEL KENNEDY 
BRIAN KINNARE 
MICHAEL LAROCCO 
WILLIAM LEGER 
MICHAEL LUCCINI 
KENNETH MARS 
CHRISTIAN MAURO 
GLEN MISIASZEK 
TRUTH NISSENBAUM 
ERIC PARMENTER 
DAVID PA YE 
PAUL PECKHAM 
HARRY ROGERS 
WILLIAM SALINETTI 
JAMES SAMMIS 
ADAM SCHAUER 
STEPHEN SMITH 
TODD SUSSBAUER 



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SCOTT D. MURPHY 
Vice President 



LOUIS P. BETTENCOURT 

Treasurer 



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KAREN WYMATi 

Senator 



DAVID ANDERSON 

Senator 



MARK MUNIZ 

Senator 



KAREN TAMMS 
Senator 



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\LPHA TAU GAMMA 




Alpha Tau Gamma Fraternity is the 
only two-year fraternity founded by 
and exclusively for Stockbridge 
School of Agriculture Students. We 
are proud that we have been the closest 
tie between the two-year and the four- 
year students at the University. The 
brothers of ATG have made long 
strides in the past years. With our 
membership of nearly thirty brothers, 
we have done fairly well in competi- 
tion with the larger houses on campus. 

Socially, the "Green and Gold" has 
shown itself to be a true social fraterni- 
ty with our frequent parties and 
exchanges with other fraternities and 
sororities. 

ATG prides itself on our strong 
brotherhood, alumni support and our 
programs. 

Left: Jay Webster, Jeff Heimlich, and Josh 
Mcphail cleaning up after a party. 




Above: Paul Weiss utilizing the computers 
in the new computer room. 



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Righr. Dan Mayer fueling up chainsaws as Gregg 
Brooks looks on. 



Below. Arbor club member Gregg Brooks high 
above the ground, pruning a tree. 




ARBOR 
CLUB 



OFFICERS 

President: Daniel K. Mayer 
Treasurer: Kyle Wells 

This years main Arbor Club event was the trip to 
the Statue of Liberty. 




Above: Jun Lacefield carrying more than enough pole saws. 






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rURF CLUB 



OFFICERS 

President: Louis Bettencourt 

Vice President: Robert Reichert 



•low: Turf club members outside Femald Hall. 




If/sTurf Club President Lou Bettencourt, Guest 
spealcer James Mcloughlin and Turf Club Vice 
President Rob Reichert after a resume workshop 
hosted by the Turf Club. 



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Trips and Events 



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PHE BIG E 





Above: Harry Mosher, Dan Mayer, Jim Ryan, 
Dave Anderson, Kathy Conway, Mark Muniz 
and Dave Saletnik set up this years Big E booth. 



THE 
BOSTON 
FLOWER 
SHOW 




Above: The Stockbridge booth at the Flower Show 

Left. Landscape Contracting students led by Mike 
Davidsohn construct the Flower Show booth. 



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ARBOR 
CLUB 
TRIP TO 
NEW YORK 



Right. Jim Lacefield foreground 
Statue of Liberty background 

Belou/. Arbor Club members posing 
with the Manhattan skyline in the 
background. 






Left. Jen Brown and Karin Tamms 
waiting for the ferry to Liberty 
Island. 

Below left:. Kyle Wells waiting for the 
ferry. 




In May of 1991 TCI published an 
article on the importance of volunteerism in 
the arbor industry. New plantings,preventive 
maintenance and safety prunings are impor- 
tant issues in the realm of volunteerism. This 
was demonstrated last November when 24 
arboriculture students from the University of 
Massachusetts at Amherst headed to New York 
to work with the National Park Service. The 
students volunteered their services to prune 
London Planetrees ( Platanus Acerifolia) 
around the Statue of Liberty. Many of these 
trees had deadwood directly over walkways 
and picnic tables which could have put tourists 
at risk. It was through the cooperative efforts 
of the universitys Stockbridge School of Agri- 
culture, ATG ( the universities agricultural 
fraternity), the UMASS Arbor Club, and the 
National Park Service that this project took 
place. NAA Class II prunings were performed 
on 47 trees. 

Bob Irish, a park management major 
at the university, organized the trip as he 
worked with the Park Service on Liberty Island 
for his internship during the summer of 1 992. 



This trip gave the students the op- 
portunity to put away their company T-shirts 
and create a team ready to work for the good of 
the U.S. Park Service. 

The students were allowed to tour the 
Statue of Liberty after closing, food needs 
were supplied for the day and brush was re- 
moved by the Park Service. 

The trip pointed out the need for 
professional arborists in the community, and 
the island was made safer with the removal of 
dangerous deadwood. 

Most important, tourists will have a 
safer and more beautiful place to visit. 

This article was submitted by Romi LacefieLd a 
freshman arbor student to Tree Care Industry the 
arbor industrys leading trade publication. And 
appeared in the March 1993 issue. 



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Equine Trip to Florida 



Below: Equine members pose for the 
camera inside the magic kingdom at 
Walt Disney World. 




Righir. Becky Townes, Melanie Massey and 
Karin Tamms wait for the train. 



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Lefr. Equine students enjoying the trip down 
to Florida. 



Above. Students enjoy the company of 
Rugged Lark the horse. 



Lefr. Diedre Deltorchio, JuHe Lynch and 
Bridget Kelley on the shuttle to Disney 
World. 




Above. Karen Wyman and Jerry Shurink the 
trip chaperone are all smiles. 



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SKI TRIP 



This years ski trip was a weekend trip to the 

Sunday River Ski Resort in Bethel, Maine. pugh^^ Freshman Floriculture major Jay Webster 

almost had his lift ticket revoked. 
Belouf. Lou Bettencourt the trip organizer. 




Above. Chris Butler cooking up a Steak after a 
long day of skiing. 

Righr. Karin Tamms and Paul Weiss preparing for 
the descent down Sunday River Peak. 



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Below. The bus ride to Sunday River. It was a 
memorable one. 




Lefr. Karin Tamms and Erin Hilly returning to the 
bus at the end of the weekend. 



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Right Gardena Houle and Bob Childs 



Right: The ATG boys are in 
attendance. 



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HOLLY JOL 





The Holly Jolly is the annual 
Holiday party that Stockbridge 
has just before we leave for the 
winter break. It's a night of 
dining and dancing for students 
and faculty alike. 




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Righr. Steve Heywood and John Marquis at the 
Softball field. 



Below: Andy Marcoux and Sue Baker ready to eat 
some lobster. 




SENIOR 
PICNIC 

The Senior picnic is a long standing 
tradition for the graduating seniors. For the 
past few years it has been held at the Hadley 
Young Mens Club. This year lobster was the 
main course, accompanied by steamers, and 
clam chowder. A fun time was had by all. 




Above. Norman LaFaille and Gregg Mackintosh playing softball. 



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tour. Parking lot activities in full swing. 




Lefr. The lobster feast begins at Gregg Goodells 
table. 



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Majors 



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ARBOraCULTURE 
AND PARK 
MANAGEMENT 



Righc. Park Management major Bob Irish. 




Above. Gary Sherman and James checking out a 

Christmas Tree. 



Righr. Gordon King giving Arbor students a tour 
of his Christmas tree farm. 




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Lefr. Freshman and Senior Arbor students 
hanging out together in New York. 

Below. Tom Houston giving a chainsaw demon- 
stration. 




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Right: Scott Gunn going on his 
way after class. 

Belour. Diedre Deltorchio 
hanging out with Loni the horse 




Above: Patty Stitson jumping 
during a riding class. 

Right:Cindy Reis and Megan 
Simonds preparing for class. 



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iQUINE 
NDUSTRIES 



Lefr. Sue Baker getting 
ready to groom Sassy 
the horse. 




Lefr. Karen Wyman playing with 
Tory the Horse. 



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Landscape Contracting 



Below.Roh Egan looks on as Todd Jordan Righr. Dan Shaughnessy displaying one of 

grades stonedust at the landscape project his models, 

outside Wilder Hall 




Above. Mike Davidsohn giving a few 
directions at the landscape project. 

Right. Shane Burek, Chris Joyce and Kevin 
Mcgrath inside the landscape lab. 



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LefiChiis Butler cutting cardboard 



Below: Mike Davidsohn giving T.C. 
Zimirowski some scholarly advice. 




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Above. Tory Wesby and Dan Shaughnessy 
working harder than anybody at the land- 
scape project. 



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Right: Brian Vinchizzi the irrigation special 

ist giving instructions during an irrigation 

lab. 

Below. Gregg Mackintosh listens carefully 

during an irrigation class. 




Turf grass 
Management 




Above: Turf majors at The Orchards Golf Course in South Hadley. 



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Lefr. Mark Daly and Jim Radziewicz find 
much interest in this hole. 
Below: Careful irrigation measurements are 
taken at the Orchards 




Floriculture 



Right Flori majors David 
Paye, Tracy Ford, Mario 
Doherty, Nancy Linehan 
and Julie Maloy enjoy a nice 
day outside the French 
greenhouses. 







Sports 



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BASKETBALL 



TEAM MEMBERS 

33 Kevin Balocca 

32 Bob Dembeck 

3 1 Jeff Snoonian 

20 Nick Lerner 

14 Daryl Marcinek 

12MattPetitjean 

1 1 Larry Carlessi 

10 Jamie Holdgate 

4 Jeff Larson 

3 Dan Johnson 

Coach: Al Wolejho 

Manager: Peter Nystrom 



Above right. Coach Wolejho giving the team 
instructions during the alumni game. 

Rigbr. A tired team coming off the court. 




Righr. Peter Nystrom the team manager keeping 
track of the score. 



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hove: Nick Lemer taking a shot during the 
jmni game. 



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GOLF TEAM 



MEMBERS: 
Lou Bettencourt 
Brad Casey 
Kevin collins 
Tony Criscitelli 
Bob Dembek 
Jeff Larson 
Mike Young 
Jon Zuk 



Righr. Bob Dembek Lining up 

a put at the Hickory Ridge 

Golf Course in Amherst. 




Belour. Kevin Collins putting. 








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FROM THE EDITOR-MARK MUNIZ 

I'd just like to thank Lou Bettencourt, Scott Murphy, Karen Wyman, Jen Ward, Margaret Arsenault, and Elizabeth; 
Wiernasz for the help that they gave me, I couldn't have done this yearbook without their help. 



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