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What Is A Vixen? 



Vixen is the name given to the 

male fox of the genus Vulpes. Phys- 
ically, a vixen has a long, pointed 
nose, large, furry, triangular ears, 
and a full, bushy tail. Its red. hlack, 
or silver fur is among the most beau- 
tiful known But her physical attri 
butes a ondary to her other 

traits - speed, agilitv. and cunning. 

The vixen is traditionally praised in 
legends and fables for her graceful- 
ness and intelligence .... 




Villa Maria College 

2551 West Lake 

Road 

Erie. Pa 16505 




Faculty & Administration 6 

Seniors 24 

Dorm Life 56 

Activities 72 

Clubs 92 

Sports 108 

Ads 120 



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Sr. M. Lawreace Antoun, SSJ- 30 years, Presi- 
dent: B.S. VMC, M.S., Ph.D. University of Notre 
Dame; enjoys reading. 

K. Steven Bird- three years, Vice President for 
External Affairs: B.A. Northern Michigan Universi- 
ty, M.S.Ed. State University of New York; enjoys 
golf, bridge, reading and his family. 

Sr. Mary Mark Doubet- twelve years, V.P. for 
Planning and Financial Management: B.A. VMC, 
M.S. John Carroll University, Ph.D. University of 
Iowa; enjoys golf, bowling, and bridge. 



Dr. Dorothy Jean Novello- twenty-four years, 
V.P. for Academic Affairs, Academic Dean, Dean of 
Erie Institute for Nursing: enjoys walking, reading, 
gardening, horseback riding; Faculty Advisor- Stu- 
dent Nurses' Organization, Villa Maria College Hon- 
or Society of Nursing. 

Dr. Joann D. Painter- fifteen years, V.P. for Stu- 
dent Affairs: B.S. Penn State, M.Ed. Gannon Univer- 
sity, Ph.D. Case Western Reserve University; enjoys 
Rag-time Piano, tennis and skiing; involved in Ex- 
ecutive Council, Student Life Committee, College 
Council, Student Affairs. 

Sr. Jean Baptiste DiLuzio- seven years, V.P. for 
Business Affairs: B.A. VMC, M.A. Case Western 
Rserve University; enjoys reading and crossword 
puzzles. 




Gary D. Froehlich- two years, Director of Admis- 
sions: B.A. Gannon University, M.A. St. Mary's Uni- 
versity; Head Basketball Coach, Advisor to Student 
Council. 



Timothy P. Fogarty- 

Gannon University. 



two years, Registrar: B.A. 



Sr. Mary Yvo Moosmann- thirty-four years, Di- 
rector of Physical Resources and Auxiliary Services: 
B.S. VMC, M.A. State University of Iowa; enjoys 
travel, cooking, making afghans. 



Sr. Mary Thomas Downing- seven years, Li- 
braian: B.S. VMC, M.L.S. University of Pgh., PA 
Certification Edinboro State; enjoys reading, helping 
and clowning; involved in Academic Affairs Commit- 
tee, Grievance Committee, College Council and Col- 
lege Clowns. 

Mary Dwyer- first year, Director of Financial Aid: 
B.A. Georgetown University; Loves penguins and go- 
ing to the penisula. 

Sr. Eleanor Jones- fifteen years, Assistant Librar- 
ian: B.A. VMC, M.L.S. Case Western Reserve; enjoys 
reading, sewing and latch hook. 




Sr. Joachim Onuffer, SSJ- nine years, Director of 
Curriculum Library and Media Center: B.S. VMC, 
M.Ed. Duquesne University; Member of Catholic Li- 
brary Assoc, of N.W. Penna. and Penn. Library As- 
soc, Erie Volunteer Hospital Assoc; enjoys crafts 
and needlework. 

Sr. Eunice Carolos- thirty-one years, College Ar- 
chivist: B.S. VMC, M.A. St. John College, post grad 
work George Peabody College; enjoys children, re- 
search; involved in Early Childhood Education Club. 

Jan Sweny- four years, Director of Public Rela- 
tions: B.A. Indiana University of PA; enjoys skiing, 
motorcycling, hiking and gardening. 



Rev. Jerome Simmons- "Padre", nine years, 
Campus Minister: Masters of Divinity, Christ the 
King Seminary, Masters in Counseling, Gannon Uni- 
versity, Masters in Christen Spirituality, Creighton 
Univ. Gestalt Psychothereapy Training, Cleveland; 
Senior Class Advisor; enjoys basketball, swimming, 
racquetball and kite flying. 

Mrs. Otteni- "Mom", Housemother. 

Sr. Mary Frances Humenay- five years, Director 
of Residents: B.S. VMC, M.Ed. Boston College; en- 
joys music, reading, puzzles. 



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Holly Beth MacTaggert-two years, Admissions 
Counselor: B.A. Penn State: enjoys running, racquet- 
ball, biking, hiking and camping. 

Sandra Mead- Director, Counseling Services: 10 
years, Villa Maria College, B.A.; Gannon University, 
M. Ed.; 5 years Post-Graduate work in therapy at the 
Gestalt Institute of Cleveland. Hobbies- windsurfing, 
jazz piano, walking and cooking. 

Sr. Colette Palmer, RN.- Director of Health Ser- 
vices: second year; VMC- BSN Nursing, Hobbies- 
Bible study and baking. Clubs- Student Life Com- 
mittee. 



Sr. Phyllis DiFuccia-four years, Dean for Alterna- 
tive Learning: B.A. VMC, M.A. Middlebury College; 
enjoys fishing, reading, dancing, bicycling and cook- 
ing. 

Sr. Mary Fromknecht- two years, Learning Con- 
sultant for Adults, B.S. VMC, M.S. Gannon Univer- 
sity; enjoys people, bike-riding, reading, sketching; 
involved in commuter council. 

Michele Hess- Associate Director of Residents, 
secretary-Student Services Office, two years. 



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Sr. Virginia Ann Gardner- seven years, Dean for 
Adult Learning: B.A. VMC, M.A. Marquette Univer- 
sity; enjoys ecumenical activities, reading and cross- 
word puzzles. 

Sr. Ursula Fasig- four years, Director of Institu- 
tional Research and Asst. Director of Financial Aid: 
B.A. VMC, M.Ed. University of Edinboro; enjoys 
sewing, reading, music, crocheting and visiting the 
sick and elderly. 



Sr. Margaret O'Brien- 

Physical Resources. 



Assistant Director of 



Carol J. Welch- first year, Manager of Campus 
Bookstore: B.S. Clarion State College; enjoys quilting 
and reading. 

Doris Carniewski- Information Office/ Mail 
Room; enjoys walking and being outdoors. 

Sr. Christine Quirk- eleven years, Director of 
Alumnae Relations/English Professor: B.A. VMC, 
M.A. Marquette University; Advisor to National and 
Erie Executive Boards of the Alumnae Association; 
enjoys music, drawing, sewing, swimming, writing, 
cake and table decorating. 



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Sr. Mary Rose- Nursing Lab. 

Ruth F. Hahn- twenty-two years, Chairperson 
Business Department.: B.A. VMC, M.A. Gannon 
University; enjoys sewing, swimming; involved in So- 
ciety for Advancement of Management. 

John E. Wroblewski- four years, Marketing: A. A. 
Penn State, B.S. LaSalle College, M.A. Gannon Uni- 
versity; enjoys racquetball, skiing; involved in Soci- 
ety for Advancement of Management. 



Sr. Elizabeth Ann Niebauer- seven years, In- 
structor Business Department.: B.S. VMC, M.B.A. 
Xavier University, Marywood College, Duques Uni- 
versity; enjoys reading, sewing, drawing and painting 
and playing piano. 

Miriam S. Kneller- twenty years, Assistant Pro- 
fessor; Physical Education Coordinator: B.S. East 
Stroudsburg State College; enjoys swimming, Ameri- 
can Red Cross Volunteer service; involved in Com- 
muter Council, Campus Girl Scouts. 

Sr. Ann Marie Cappello- nine years, Assistant 
Professor: 4 B.S. VMC, M. Ed. Edinboro University; 
enjoys arts and crafts; involved in TEAC, Academic 
Affairs, and College Council. 



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Dr. Robert Buchmeier- eight years, Associate 
Professor, Education: M.Ed. University of Minneso- 
ta, Ph.D. University of Chicago; enjoys computers in 
the learning process. 

Nancy M. Briggs- six years, Program Director of 
Early Childhood Associate Degree program: B.S. 
Penn State University, M.Ed. Penn State University; 
enjoys sewing. 

Roberta Barilla- four years, Education: B.S. 
VMC, M.Ed. Edinboro State College. 



Mary Jo Cherry- nine years, Associate Dean, Col- 
lege of Education: B.S. VMC, M.Ed. University of 
Maryland, Ph.D. Kent State University. 

Donald Tronetti- Director of Student Teaching: 
B.S., M.S. St. Bonaventure University; Student 
P.S.E.A.; enjoys sports, reading, and travel. 

Suzanne Perry Loss- seven years, Associate Pro- 
fessor, Chairperson of Human Ecology: B.S. Indiana 
University of Pennsylvania, M.S. and Ed.D. Penn 
State University; Home Economics Student Member 
Section; enjoys reading mysteries, gardening, and an- 
tiques. 



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Dr. Richard LeVan- Psychology. 

Mark L. Mitchell- two years, Psychology: A.B. 
Washington and Lee University, MA. Ohio State 
University; enjoys tennis, basketball, and letter-wrft- 
ing. 

Elaine M. Clyburn- seven years, Assistant Profes- 
sor, Human Ecology: B.S. Le Moyne College, M.S.W. 
Howard University; member of College Council, Dis- 
cipline Committee, External Affairs Committee, and 
Analytical Studies Team; enjoys camping. 



Dennis McCarthy- first year, Assistant Professor 
and Communications Program Director: B.A. and 
B.S. University of Minnesota, M.A. Morehead State 
University; enjoys reading, gardening, and sports. 

Joyce Miller Iutcovich- six years, Sociology: B.A. 
Edinboro University of PA, M.A. and Ph.D. Kent 
State University; enjoys family activities, reading, 
and swimming. 

Christine C. Reese- first year, Assistant Professor 
and Director of Therapeutic Recreation: B.S. and 
M.A. New York University, PhD. candidate Univer- 
sity of Connecticut; enjoys walking, swimming, 
camping, opera, chamber music, arts, travelling, and 
parties. 



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Diane Knight-Kallor- two years, Therapeutic Re- 
creation: B.S. Kent State University, M.S. Penn 
State University; enjoys art, travelling, canoeing, 
gardening, skiing, and tennis. 

Dr. Gary R. Kirby- eight years, English: M.A. Loy- 
ola University, Ph.D. Northwestern University; en- 
joys camping, natur, writing, soccer coaching, and 
racquetball. 

Sister Lucille DeStefano- seventeen years, Asso- 
ciate Professor Fine Arts and Chairperson of Hu- 
manities Department: B.A. VMC, M.M.Ed. Chicago 
Musical College, Roosevelt University; member of 
Student Life Committee, coordinator of Cultural Af- 
fairs on campus, Director of Choral group; enjoys 
attending concerts and plays, travelling, reading, cy- 
cling, singing and playing. 



John T. Young- fourteen years, Associate Professor 
of English: B.A. College of St. Thomas, M.A. Gannon 
University, Ph.D. studies University of Denver; Ad- 
visor Yearbook and Perceptions; enjoys sports, fish- 
ing and photography. 

Margaret Y. Krider- over thirty years, Fine Arts: 
B.F.A. CMU, M.Ed. Edinboro University of PA; en- 
joys fiber artistry, professional painting, and writing. 

Sister Michele Healy- three years, Theology: B.S. 
VMC, M.A. Sacred Science St. Bonaventure Univer- 
sity; enjoys gardening, cooking, and camping. 









Dr. Consuelo M. Sagu'e - Sixteen years, Spanish - 
Spanish Civilization: Stgo de Cuba College, Ed.D. 
Havanna University, New York University; enjoys 
golf, pottery, knitting, reading, writing; involved in 
Spanish Club. 

Thomas Parthenakis - Twelve years, History: 
B.A. Heidelberg College, M.A., Ph.D. Kent State 
University; enjoys wrestling, baseball, coaching 
youth football, travel, reading history and contempo- 
rary politics. 

Dr. Anthony Grimaldi - Six years, Humanities: 
B.A. Hofstra University, M.A., Ph.D. Ohio Universi- 
ty; enjoys vintage wines, cooking and eating fine 
meals, eighteenth century music; involved in Analyt- 
ical Studies Team. 



Dawna T. Mughal- Eleven years, Dietetics: M.S. 
Southern Illinois University, Ph.D. candidate Penn 
State; enjoys travel and music. 

Vienna Prioletti Cocuzzi - Twenty two years, 
Artist-in-Residence: Masters in Music at Eastern 
School of Music of University of Rochester; enjoys 
cooking, movies, and reading. 

James E. Zaranek - Chairperson, Dept. of Scien- 
ce/Allied Health: M.S. West Virginia University. 



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Sr. Carol Wilcox- 

chairpersons. 



Secretary for Departmental 



Joan Miller- nine years. Carlow College, Graduate 
University of Louvain, Institut Catholique de Paris, 
Ecole Pratique Des Hautes Etudes. Hobbies-travel- 
ing, tennis, photography; Clubs-College Council, 
League of Women Voters, Travel and Tours Infor- 
mation Service. 

Sr. Raymond Marie Bohrer- twenty-two years; 
Director of Cancer Research, Scholar in Residence; 
VMC, Notre Dame Univ. St. Thomas Institute. Hob- 
bies- cross-word puzzles, crocheting and travel. 



David Gustafson-thirteen years. Assistant Profes- 
sor of Biology. Gannon Univ. St. Bonaventure Uni- 
versity. Hobbies- scuba diving, trout fishing, Biologi- 
cal Travel Study Experiences, camping. 

Betty Jo Chittester-five years. Chemistry Medical 
Technology; Lockhaven State College, Youngstown 
State Univ. Hobbies-enjoys hunting, fishing, reading, 
photography, peace and justice issues. Clubs-College 
Council, Faculty Welfare Comm., Academic Affairs, 
TEAC, Science Club, American Chemical Soc. 

Dr. Billie L. Perkins- four years, Biology. 







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J. Timothy Kimtnel- three years, Biology: B.S. In- 
diana University of PA, M.A. Southern Illinois Uni- 
versity; enjoys falconry, nature photography, hunt- 
ing, fishing, and backpacking. 

Barbara McNally- two years, Chemistry: B.S. and 
M.Ed. Edinboro University of PA; enjoys racquetball 
and sewing. 

Mary S. Smith- sixteen years, Associate Professor: 
St. Vincent School of Nursing, M.N.Ed. University 
of Pittsburgh. 



Deborah Gorny- five years, Nursing: B.S.N. VMC, 
M.S.N. University of Pittsburgh. 

Patricia Messmer- three years, Adult Health: B.S. 
University of Pittsburgh, M.S.N. Edinboro Universi- 
ty of PA. 

Shirley Ostrum- first year, Technical Nursing 
Program Director: Bradford Hospital School of 
Nursing, B.S.N, and M.S.N. University of Pennsyl- 
vania; enjoys reading and antiques. 



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Evelyn Radziszewski- Associate Degree Nursing. Audrey Jurcak- Associate Degree Nursing. 

Catherine Seibold- Lab. Assistant, Dept. of Nurs- Joan Sexsmith- Associate Degree Nursing, 
ing; third year; St. Luke's Hospital School of Nurs- 
ing, Cleveland, Ohio; Villa Maria Coll., BSN. Clubs- Gail Guthleben- first year, Associate Degree Nurs- 
Nursing Honor Society. ing. 

Anne Iverson- Associate Degree Nursing. 



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Lois Bernardini- Assistant Professor, eleven 
years: Villa Maria Coll. Edinboro M.S. Hobbies- 
reading, hiking, swimming. 

Jolynn Erranoe- Assistant Professor, three years; 
University of Michigan-BSN, M.S. Hobbies-travel- 
ing, jogging and sailing. 

Shirley Francisco- Asst. Professor of Nursing; 
eight years; VMC; Univ. of Pittsburgh-psych, mental 
health. Presently a student in Doctoral program in 
Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing: Univ. of Pitts- 
burgh. Clubs- VMC chapter of Sigma Theta Tau. 



Nancy Lester-second year, Assistant Professor of 
Nursing: B.S.N. Case Western Reserve Univ., Catho- 
lic Univ., Hobbies-boating, needlecraft, sumi, paint- 
ing; Clubs- Honor Society for Nursing. 

Donna Miller- first year. Assistant Professor- 
Nursing: VMC-B.S.N., Univ. of Pa.-M.S.N. Hobbies- 
running, skiing, scuba-diving. Clubs-VMC Honor So- 
ciety of Nursing, Residence Council Advisor. 

Kathy Lu Pegano //-Laboratory Assitant. third 
year. Mercyhurst Coll., VMC, Presently in Univ. of 
Texas-M.S.N. Hobbies-photography, traveling, sew- 
ing and music. 



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Clarissa Agee R.N.M.S.-first year. Assistant Pro- iWfa A Schmitt- Laboratory Assistant, first year, 
fessor of Nursing. Michigan State Univ., Hobbies- VMC-B.S.N. Hobbies-swimming. Clubs-VMC Honor 
plants, outdoor sports, reading. Clubs-VMC Nursing Society for Nursing. 
Honor Society, Sigma Theta Tau, NAACP. 

Susan Ul- first year. Clinical Science, B.S.N. 
Marcy Diethorn, R.N.- Asst. Professor. E.I.N, first 

year. Edinboro State College, Univ. of Texas. Hob- Susan Welch-first year. Nursing-B.S.N. 
bies-jogging, swimming and "summer sports." 

Mildred Howard- ten years. Adult Health: M.A. 
Edinboro State College. 



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Susan Marie Ames - 

"Sue" 

Medical Laboratory 
Technology Science 
Club, Peaceful Coali- 
tion - "ONce I shot a 
man in Reno, just to 
watch him die." 

2813 East Shelby Road 
Oakfield, NY 14125 



Mary Elizabeth An- 
derle - "Liz" 

Nursing (BSN) - SNO - 
"I find that I am drawn 
by paths and roads 
whose ends I cannot see, 
that gird an unknown 
countryside, that thread 
their way to realms un- 
tired, whose limits wait 
in mystery." 

R.D.#1 

Fredonia, PA 16124 



Sandra Ann Bacik - 

"San" 

Mathematics - Volley- 
ball, Softball, College 
Chorus, S.A.M., Stu- 
dent Life, Commuter 
Council Secretary/Trea- 
surer/President 

7800 Ruhl Road 
Fairview, PA 16415 



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Kimberly Ann Barker 

- "Kim" 

Nursing (BSN) - Senior 
Class Secretary, SNO, 
Student Council Exter- 
nal Affairs Committee - 
"It Just Doesn't Mat- 
ter." 

827 Lindsay Road 
Carnegie, PA 15106 



Jacqu el in e A . Bellizzi 

- "Jackie" 

Dietetics - Student Di- 
etetic Association, Resi- 
dent Assistant, Penn- 
sylvania Student Di- 
etetic Association 

237 Waverly Avenue 
Medford, NY 11763 




Betsy Benigni - "Bet- 
sy- 
Nursing (ADN) - Folk 
Group "You weiner!" 

610 Sunset Road 
St. Marys, PA 15857 



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Cynthia Louise Ben- 

sur - "Cindy" 

Nursing (ADN) - "CAre 
Plans . . . again!!" 

1449 West 40th Street 
Erie, PA 16509 



Dianne Marie Berg- 
man - "Di" 

Dietetics - Student Di- 
etetic Association - 
"Life begins on Friday." 

25 Hemlock Avenue 
Kane, PA 16735 



Sarah Elizabeth 
Bond - "Sarah" 

English - Perceptions, 
Ski Club 

4630 West Lake Road 
Erie, PA 16505 



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Janin eMa rieBonyak 

- "Neaner" 

Early Childhood/Ele- 
mentary Education - 
TEAC, SPSEA Vice 
President - "Give me a 
break." 

115 Woodlawn Road 
Butler, PA 16001 



Ann M. Brazeau - 

"Annie" 

Nursing (BSN) - SNO, 
Student Council Repre- 
sentative - "Is it time to 
graduate yet?" 

7215 South Cambell 
Chicago, 111 60629 



Mary M. Brunner 

Nursing (BSN) 



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Patricia S. Burkhart 

- "Tricia" 

Nursing (BSN) - Senior 
Class Treasurer, SNO, 
Folk Group 

R.D.#4 Macadam Hill 
Corry, PA 16407 



Denise M. Cairns 

Nursing (ADN) 





Patricia E. Caldwell 

- "Patty" 

Therapeutic Recreation 







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Nancy Lee Detesta - 

"Nanc" 

Psychology 
"WHY???!!" 

21 Robinson Court 
Prospect, PA 16052 



Penny Douglas - 
"Dougie", "Snein" 

Nursing (BSN) - SNO, 
Curriculum Committee, 
NASA - "L.L & the 
P.I.?" 

4086 West 30th Street 
Erie, PA 16506 







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Mary Beth Emery - 

"Mar" 

Nursing (ADN) - SNO, 
Technical Nursing Cur- 
riculum Representative 

R.D.#1 Box 290 
Tidioute, PA 16351 



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Cheryl Ann Erich - 

Nursing (BSN) - SNO, 
Resident Assistant, 
Nursing Honor Society 

167 Hemlock Road 
St. Marys, PA 15857 



Nancy Anne Fay - 

"Nan" 

Business/Accounting - 
Volleyball, Softball 
Basket ball, Commuter 
Council - "Go for It!!" 

1109 Shenk Avenue 
Erie, PA 16505 








Celi a L. Feldman - 

Nursing (BSN) - SNO, 
Nursing Honor Society, 
Snap Representive 

1513 Winslow Drive 
Eric, PA 16509 



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Cathy A. Fisher - 

Psychology - Commuter 
Council - "I will never 
make it." 

3802 West 32nd Street 
Erie, PA 16506 




Maureen Gallagher 



Therapeutic Recreation 
- Resident Assistant, 
Sophomore/Junior 
Class Secretary, TRAC, 
Student Council 

307 Country Road 
Berwyn, PA 19312 




Mich eleAnn Gay nor d 

- "Michele" 

Nursing (BSN) - SNO, 
Campus Girl Scouts, 
Residence Council, Folk 
Group, Nursing Honor 
Society - "It just doesn't 
matter." 

R.D.#2 Box 176 
Valencia, PA 16059 



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Kathy D. Hawes 

Nursing (BSN) 



Marianne Christine 
Henshaw - "Hench," 
"Pal" 

Elementary Education - 
SPSEA Treasurer, Vol- 
leyball, Softball, Year- 
book Staff - "I'd Rather 
Be In Rochester . . . It's 
Got It!!" 

245 Old Meadow Drive 
Rochester, NY 14626 



Nancy Renee Her- 
rington - "Pancy", Fan- 
cy Pants", "Pal" 

Therapeutic Recreation 
- TRAC Vice President, 
Residence Council, Stu- 
dent Council Executive 
Board - "What next!?!" 

R.D.#1 Cole Road 
Perrysburg, NY 14129 



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Heidi Kathleen Ho- 

sey - 

English - Editor/Per- 
ceptions, Student Life 
Committee, Student 
Representative to Hu- 
manities Department - 
"You really take this 
college thing too seri- 
ously." 

14 Wells Avenue 
Albion, PA 16401 



Beatric E. Kaplan - 
"Bea" 

Early Childhood/Ele- 
mentary Eduacation / 
SPSEA President, 
Yearbook Staff "I lead 
such an exciting life . . . 
zzzz!!" 

7 Erie Court 
Hornel, NY 14843 



Mary-Carole Kos- 
koski - 

Early childhood Educa- 
tion - SPSEA, TEAC 
Committee - "If you can 
read this, thank a teach- 
er!" 

625 Thompson Avenue 
Donora, PA 15033 



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Patricia I. Kramer - 
"Patti" 

Early Childhood/Ele- 
mentary Education - 
Senior Class President, 
SPSEA Secretary "Isn't 
life great?" 

R.D. #1 Box 190 
Darragh, PA 15625 



Kathleen E. Krystek 

- "Kathy" 

Nursing (ADN) "I'd 
rather be sailing" 

820 Wayne Street 
Erie PA 16503 



Julie K. Labesky 

Nursing (BSN) 



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Therese A. Langdon 



Nursing (BSN) 



Alison Louise LaPolt 



Communications 
Commuter Council 

4027 Ridge Parkway 
Erie, PA 16510 



Julia A. Laukaitis 

Nursing (ADN) 



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Elizabeth A. Lori 

Nursing (BSN) 





Anne V. Majerik - 

"Annie" 

Social Work -Commuter 
Council Secretary/Trea- 
sure, Student Represen- 
tative to Analytical 
Studies Team - "Com- 
muters are people too." 

341 West 25th Street 
Erie, PA 16502 




Kathleen Louise Ma- 
tava - "Kathie" 

Nursing (BSN) - SNO, 
Social Vice President of 
SNO - "You bet I'm go- 
ing home again this 
weekend!" 

R.D.#3 

Union City, PA 16438 



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Maureen T. Mc Go- 
vern - "Moe" 

Nursing (BSN) - SNO 

24 Nassau Avenue 
Freeport, Long Island, 
NY 11520 



Mary-Margaret 
Mcintosh - "M&M" 

Nursing (BSN) - Resi- 
dence council President, 
Student Life Commit- 
tee, SNO, College Cho- 
rus, Junior/Senior Re- 
presentative to Student 
Council - "When all else 
fails- - wing it!!" 

381 South Stewart 

Street 

Blairsville, PA 15717 



Lisa D. Mclntyre - 

Nursing (BSN) - SNO, 
Nursing Curriculum 
Committee 

933 East South Street 
Corry, PA 16407 



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Melanie A. Meabon - 

"Mel" 

Biology/Secondary 
Education Science 
Club, Sophomore/Jun- 
ior Class Treasure 

13336 Route 89 R.D.#2 
Wattaburg, PA 16442 



Sherry Merglowski 
A. - 

Medical Laboratory 
Technology Science 
Club, Peaceful Coali- 
tion, Basketball, Stu- 
dent Council - "The 
party isn't over until 
the fat lady sings." 



842 Dutch Hill Road 
R.D.#1 Oakdale, PA 
15071 



Annette C. Meyer - 

"Anette" 

Nursing (ADN) - SNO - 
"I'm going to the Quiet 
Study!" 

1217 East Eshbach 

Road 

St. Marys, PA 15852 



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Alice C. Miller - 

Special Education - 
Freshman Class Presi- 
dent, Administrative 
Resident Assistant, 
Residence Council, 
Council For Exception- 
al Children 

121 Genesee Street 
Avon, NY 14414 



Jan E. Nolf- "Jan" 

Nursing (BSN) - Sno, 
Student Council - "How 
much longer until it's 
all over?!" 

144 Oak Manor Drive 
Natrona, PA 15065 



Kim Palsa- 

Nursing (BSN) - Vice 
President Sophomore- 
/Junior Class, Student 
Council, Ski Club, SNO 

1380 Grantleigh Road 
South Euclid, OH 44121 



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Bridget Suzanne 
Pastor - "Gidget" 

Nursing (BSN) - Sno 
Secretary, Student 
Council Representative, 
Student Council Vice 
President, Nursing 
Honor Society - "Take 
me home to Salina" 

Box 96 

Salina, PA 15680 



Harriet M. Pilarczyk 



Nursing (BSN) - SNO, 
Residence Council, Col- 
lege Chorus, Nursing 
Honor Society - "When 
all else fails - - wing it!!" 

470 Venango Avenue 
Cambridge Springs, PA 
16403 



Pamela Jean Plasket 

- "Mo" 

Therapeutic Recreation 
TRAC, Athletic Boost- 
ers Club, Volleyball, 
Basketball "I want to go 
Home!" 



1138 Linwool S.W. 
North Canton, OH 
44720 



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Michele E. Potter - 

Nursing (BSN) - SNO, 
Student Council Repre- 
sentative, Nursing Cur- 
riculum Committee 

43 Hamilton Lane 
Willingboro, NJ 08046 




Tammy Potts - 

Business/Accounting - 
Villecrit, Residence 
Council, Resident Assis- 
tant, Society For The 
Advancement Of Man- 
agement Vice President 

2824 West 26th Street 
Erie, PA 16506 



Vicky Ann Powell - 

"Vic" 

Nursing (BSN) - Senior 
Class Vice President, 
SNO, Nursing By-laws 
Committee 

R.D. #3 
Spartansburg, PA 16434 



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Mary M. Rosen haum 



Nursing (BSN) 



Agnes Ann Ruth - 

"Aggie" 

Early Childhood/Ele- 
mentary Education - 
SPSEA, Campus Girl 
Scouts 





Diane Sekula - 

Nursing (BSN) - Com- 
muter Council 

2830 West 33rd Street 
Erie, PA 16506 



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Kathleen Semple - 
"Kathy" 

Nursing (BSN) - SNO, 
Student Council Ana- 
lytical Studies Team 

4213 State Street 
Erie, PA 16508 



Susan P. Shotter - 

Nursing (BSN) 



Karen Aileen Shut- 
ters - "Karen" 

Nursing (ADN) - Fresh- 
man Class Treasurer, 
Yearbook Staff "Why 



me 



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178 Mount Zion Road 
Weedville, PA 15868 



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Brenda M. Stan 
kiewicz - 

Nursing (ADN) 



Lorrie Ann Svirbly - 

"Lorrie" 

Nursing (ADN) - SNO 
"Relax, Take a pheno- 
barb and mellow out." 

3324 Zuck Road 
Erie, PA 16506 



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Jenean Ann Swanson 

- "Beaner" 

Nursing (BSN) - Stu- 
dent Council, SNO 
President, Administra- 
tive Resident Assistant, 
Nursing Honor Society 

- "I knew I'd have clini- 
cal, tests, ambulance 
calls, bombscares and 
maybe even a fire drill, 
but an earthquake? 
Come on!!" 

3009 Hann Hill Road 
West Middlesex, PA 
16159 




Ann Marie Szustak - 

"Anna Banana" 

Nursing (BSN) - SNO, 
Nursing Honor Society, 
Resident Assistant - 
"Never be satisfied with 
life that is less that the 
best. Failures lie only in 
not having tried." 

2111 Gring Drive 
Wyomissing, PA 19610 



Libby A. 

"Libby" 



Tahara 



Dietetics - Resident As- 
sistant, Student Dietet- 
ic Association Histori- 
an, American Dietetic 
Association, Volleyball 

412 Parade Street 
St. Marys, PA 15857 



Ann Marie Tronetti- 

"Annie" 

Elementary Education - 
SPSEA, College Chorus 
Soloist - "It was due 
when??" 



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Mary Jenine Tye - 

"Jenine" 

Nursing (ADN) - SNO 
"Can I ask just ONE 
question" 

150 Fredonia Road 
Greenville, PA 16125 





Linda L. VanScoter - 

"Scooter" 

Psychology - Campus 
Girl Scouts, Student 
Council, Residence 
Council - "Sleep? 
What's Sleep??" 

25 McDougall Avenue 
Hornell, NY 14843 



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Michelle M. Weiser - 

Nursing (ADN) - "No 
Comment" 

627 Connecticut Drive 
Erie, PA 16505 



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Jena Lee Wyatt - 

"A", "Nay" 

Therapeutic Receation- 
TRAC President/Secre- 
tary/Publicity, Student 
Council Internal/Exter- 
nal Affairs Committees 
"Look out world, here I 
come!!" 

P.O. Box 248 

West Grove, PA 19390 








Lisa Ann Zimmer - 

"Tootisie" 

Nursing (ADN) 
"You've gotta be kid- 
ding!" 

261 East 31st Street 
Eire, PA 16504 




Mary Lou Ho vis - 

Nursing (BSN) "Am I 
too old for this? - No, 
just alittle slower! Is it 
all worth it? It sure is!!" 

R.D.#8 Box 448 

Meadville, PA 16335 



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Christine 
Malinowski - 

Nursing (ADN) 











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Kathleen Donohue 
Raimy - "K.D." 

Early Childhood Edu- 
cation (Associates) 



Justine Marie 
Allison "Teen" 

/ Nursing (ADN) Fresh- 
man Class Vice-Presi- 
dent, SNO, Curriculum 
Committee 

816 East Main 
Street 

Reynoldsville, PA. 
15851 



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Debbie Kitnmy 

Nursing (ADN) 



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Passages Of Our Life's 




Dream For Tomorrow 



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Third South 




Sr. Eleanor, Sr. Lucille, Sr. 
Jean Baptiste, Sr. Mary Fran- 
ces, Sr. Eunice, Sr. Mary 
Mark, Sr. Ursula, Sr. Chris- 
tine, Sr. Raymond Marie, Sr. 
Joachim, Sr. Elizabeth Ann, 
Sr. Mary Thomas, Sr. Virgin- 
ia Ann. 



2nd South 




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Mrs. Otteni, C. Palik, J. Labesky, V. Beir- 
feldt, L. Wilson, M. Brown, J. Bellizzi, J. 
Cassidy, S. Charlau, L. Burden, M. Sun- 
bury, S. Watt, C. Rinehuls, K. Ackleson, J. 
Tye, A. Meyer, P. Simpson, L. Ferko, B. 
Rugh, K. Simmons, S. Morris, A. Godsave, 
M. Offensend, J. Ruth, M. Landis, S. Fur- 
long, S. Kristofco, K. Boal, M. Hugar, B. 
Marconi, J. Swanson, S. Glasheen, A.J. 
Push, K. Gausman, L. Hamm, T. Gardner, 
M. Deemer, T. Ross, B. O'Conner, S. Mcln- 
doe, M. Turk, D. Evans 



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First South 




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home: 
or 






J. Ellison, P. Shields, H. Pilarczyk, C. Mraz, V. 
Staub, D. ,ack, J. Micale, J. Sherbondy, L. 
Tahara, Sister Mary Frances, C. Frescura, K. 
Birk, K. DeChurch, J. Alderman, J. Moltz, A. 
Cornelius, S. Lira, J. Livingston, K. Gilders- 
leeve, M.M. Mcintosh, T. Langdon, L. Chris- 
topher, B. Lake, A. Reigel, K. Mattis, R. Van- 
DerMolen, S. Shippling, C. Noche, S. Walmer, 
A. Horvat, N. Bauer, B. Gatesman, K. Har- 
dinger, D. Gostomski, P. Miller, J. Malardie, 
L. Peake, E. Vey, M. Mealie, M.A. Nelson, S. 
Okert, D. Zimmerman, K. Hawes 



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Third North 




66 





K. Roche, N. DeJesta, L. caspery, E. 
Zawacki, S. Dorn, C. Turner, J. Baker, 
Sweeper, D. Dezois, G. Klein, L. Shannon, 
M. Koskoski, C. Auteri, S. Gurelka, L. Pok- 
lembo, J. Carr, M. Hallet, S. Coyne, M.J. 
Jkach, S. Zamborsky, J. Williams, B. Pastor, 
A. Szustak, M. Hess, K. Rawa, J. Idzi, M.L. 
Anderle, V. Weygandt, D. Bergman, G. 
Shreckengast, N. Conklin, E. Grimes, T. 
Schossler, N. O'Donnell, C. Detrick, T. 
Kenawell 



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2nd North 






M. Henshaw, B. Kaplan, C. Polesnak, J. 
Bonyak, J. Lesondak, C. Emery, K. Carlson, 
M. Engman, M. Bayne, M.B. Emery, P. 
Kramer, B. Anthony, L. Mclntyre, M. Pot- 
ter, T. Burkhart, V. Powell, J. Lecker, P. 
White, R. Mong, S. Wabrick, K. McGroder, 
S. Wettsein, C. Pedano, A. Palo, K. Kerstet- 
ter, C. Erich, K. Palsa, K. Matava, M.A. 
Pasquale, J. Davis, L. Boholnick, M. Long, 
S. Ord, S. Straka, H. Anderson, C. Sachenik 



69 



First North 




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C. Bon, K. Barker, M. Gaynord A. Roman- 
elli, K. Hultz, A. McGraw, L. Bederman, A. 
Miller, S. Martin, M. Greenwood, L. VanS- 
coter, B. Stankiewicz, M. Aiken, D. Huff- 
man, S. Hurley, P. Johnson, A. Brazeau, A. 
Davis, R. Rawlings, S. Hareczmak, H. 
Hoiser, K. Geibel, S. Davis, A. Nelson, C. 
Morris, N. Kisegy, L. Close, K. Bishop, L. 
Anyzek, K. Shutters, B. Mangold, B. Beni- 
gini 



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Villa On The Move 




74 





The year began at Villa with Stu- 
dent and Residence Councils mov- 
ing in the new recruits. As the 
Freshmen descended upon the 
campus the girls plus one, carefully 
moved all their treasures into their 
new home away from home. No 
matter how large or small the 
chore, the Villa movers enthusias- 
tically "jumped" to accomplish the 
task. Later that day, the movers 
and their new friends gathered for 
an enjoyable ice cream social. 



75 



Dance, Dance, Dance 




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The Sophomores wanted 
to welcome the Freshman 
in a very special way. The 
dance was a chance for ev- 
eryone to become better 
acquanted with each oth- 
er. The Freshman were 
also taught the traditional 
Villa Songs. Everyone at- 
tending had a great time. 
Welcome Freshman! 



77 



Round Up 




The Sophmores got together in an 
Animal House style to orient the 
Freshman to Villa Life. The Fresh- 
man Sat In antitipation for their 
event. Some showed off their danc- 
ing skillls, while others enjoyed 
their favorite desert on the floor. 
Look out for those togas that know 
how to wrap you up in laughter 



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79 



Cedar Point 




Some of the students packed up and took off 
for a fun filled day in the sun. This trip was 
sponsored by Student Council. It was an excit- 
ing ride to Cedar Point where everyone chose 
thei favorite ride. Some chose the water, oth- 
ers prefered riding upside down, while many 
took a relaxing drive through the covered 
bridge. Time was also taken out to take in 
some of the shows. As the day day drew to an 
end, everyone could be seen with a smile on 
their face after an exciting day at Cedar Point. 







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A Day Away 





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The Greece And Italy 
Experience 




Home Away From Home?!!! 





I wonder if I can get the college cho- 
rus booked here next year? 



Villa girls meet Greek god. 



May 19 was the beginning of the Villa Maria Colleges' interdisciplinary 
trip to Greece and Italy. The fourteen day excursion began in Greece 
with the group partaking of the countrys' rich history. The cruise to Italy 
was enjoyable. While in Italy the group saw the sights of Rome Florence 
and Vatican City. June 1st finally arrived and the tour departed for 
J.F.K.,; weary but with many happy memories to share. 



82 



Trick Or Treat 




Halloween gives everybody a 
chance to bring out their fa- 
vorite apparel. Residence 
Council gave everyone a 
chance to struutt their stuff. 
Afterwards there was a party 
with refreshments and danc- 
ing. Contests were held for the 
best costumes in four catagor- 
ies. Trick or Treat! 



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We were sorry we had to say good bye 
to Ted, but Beth wanted to make her 
own place in our lives. Beth provided us 
with the chance to get to know her 
brother. Everyone helped themselves 
to ice cream and conversation. It was 
nice just to see all the happy faces. 



84 



Yes We Have Spirit 




Villa students show their enthusi- 
asm for the Volleyball team during 
Spirit Day. To cheer the victors, 
students wore buttons throught the 
day announcing their support. 
During halftime Student Council 
had a contest for the student wear- 
ing the most Villa Clothes. Alice 
Miller And Julie Tubbs were cho- 
sen most sririted. 



85 



Let Us Rejoice 




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The Christmas season at Villa 
begins with Christmas in Song 
and Ceremony. A tri-council 
event that brings students, fac- 
ulty and administration to lis- 
ten to holiday music, supplied 
by the College Chorus and to 
enjoy readings which express 
the holiday meaning. 






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Angels 




Kris Angel Week is a long 
standing tradition at Villa. It 
is a week-long event of myste- 
rious packages, anonymous 
cards, and Santas helpers, 
sponsored by Residence Coun- 
cil. At the end of the five night 
gift giving spree, all of Villa 
gathers at the annual Christ- 
mas party, for the exchanging 
of gifts, laughter and merri- 
ment. 



87 



Working Nine To Five 




She works hard for the money. 



Student Council minutes . . #*&?/!. 





Practice till you're perfect. 



I'm a senior and I can do anything I want. 




We famous people have so little privacy. 



CRAM!! 



Takin A Break 




Too smart to study . . . too cute to care. 





This is my technique for capturing a man. 

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Villa's motto- Grin and bear it. 



Sombody's watching me. 



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Student Council 








T. Gustafson, S. Davis, B. Pastor, P. John- 
son, B. Lake, J. Carr, J. Tubbs, C. Auteri, S. 
Okert, M. Mcintosh, M. Potter, M. Rosen- 
baum, A. Brazeau, N. Kisegy, S. Mclndoe, S. 
Shippling, G. Shreckengost, L. Christopher, 
T. Cook, J. Ellison, M. Long, S. Lira, M. 
Tkach, S. Hurley, T. Langdon, S. Shenk, L. 
VanScoter, K. Barker, N. Fay, C. Bon, K. 
Semple. 



94 



Residence Council 




Residence Council. M. Mcintosh, K. Roche, 
S. Coyne, L. VanScoter, C. Wrobleski, D. 
Zimmerman, C. Bon, H. Pilarczyk, L. Wil- 
son, K. Kerstetter, A. Palo, M. Gaynord, S. 
Hayes, M. Nelson, K. Simons, P. Miller, K. 
Birk, K. Rawa, E. Zawacki, Advisor- D. 
Miller. 



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97 



Class Officers 




Senior: Vice-Pres. - Vicky Powell, Advisor - 
Father Simmons, President - Patty Kramer, 
Secretary - Kim Barker, Treasurer - Tricia 
Burkhart. 



Junior: Treasurer - Nancy Bauer, President 
- Barb O'Connor, Secretary - Kathy Mattis, 
Vice-Pres. Gayle Klein. 




Sophomore: President - Beth Gatesman, Freshman: President - Shelley Scharlau, 
Vice-Pres. - Sandy Gurecka, Treasurer - Advisor - Barb Mc Nally, Secretary - Angie 
Carol Frescura, Secretary - Leah Burden. Cornelius, Vice-Pres. Jane Moltz, Missing 

Treasurer - Kathy Birk. 



98 




Seniors 








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Christmas Mass Committee: Vicky Powell, 
Lisa Mclntyre, Kim Barker, Tricia Burk- 
hart, Michele Potter, Kathie Matava, Alice 
Miller, Michele Gaynord. 

St. Nicks Night Committee: Ann Brazeau, 
Vicky Powell, Tricia Burkhart, Alice Miller, 
Lisa Mclntyre, Michele Potter, Kim Barker, 
Bridget Pastor, Michele Gaynord. 




99 



T.R.A.C. 




C. Polesnak, President; R. VanderMolen, Vice-President; L. 
Peake, Treasurer; K. Turner, Publicity; D. Gostomski, Sr. H. 
Hecker, S. Kristofco, P. Sunbury. 




Science Club 



A. Glosser, President; C. Sachenik, Secre- 
tary; K. Gausman, Treasurer, K. Roche, E. 
Zawacki, B. O'Connor, S. Jurlong, T. Kim- 
mel and B.J. Chister-Advisors. 



100 



Student Nurses Organization 




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SNO Members: J. Alderman, J. Allison, M. Anderle, 
D. Baker, K. Barker, J. Bidwell, M. Bayne, V. Bier- 
feldt, K. Birk, K. Boal, C. Bon, M. Brown, D. Burden, 
T. Burkhart, K. Carlson, J. Carr, T. Cook, A. Corne- 
lus, K. Cunningham, A. Davis, S. Davis, P. Dougles, 
S. Dugan, J. Ellison, M. Emery, M. Engman, C. 
Erich, D. Evans, C. Feldman, B. Gatesman, M. Gayn- 
ord, J. Greenlee, L. Hamm, A. Horvat, M. Hugar, A. 
King, N. Kisegy, G. Klein, S. Kristfco, K. Kerstetter, 
T. Langdon, A. Lemke, J. Lesondak, S. Lira, M. 
Long, L. Lynch, B. Marconi, K. Matava, M. McGo- 
vern, A. McGraw, K. McGroder, M. Mcintosh, L. 
Mclntyre, A. Meyer, J. Moltz, S. Morris, C. Mraz, M. 
Nelson, C. Noche, A. Palo, K. Palsa, B. Pastor, H. 
Pilarczyk, M. Potter, V. Powell, R. Rawlings, A. Rei- 
gel, C. Rickert, C. Rinehuls, S. Roser, A. Rush, J. 
Ruth, S. Scharlau, K. Semple, S. Sherbondy, P. 
Shields, S. Shotter, G. Shreckengost, K. Simons, T. 
Staab, A. Szustak, K. Trautman, M. Turk, J. Tye, L. 
Vesinder, S. Walmer, S. Watt, V. Weygandt, L. Wil- 
son, C. Wrobleski, D. Zimmerman, M. Landis, C. 
Hallet, J. Swanson, S. Gurecka, C. Emery. 



101 



Campus Girl Scouts 




P. Johnson, President; K. Ker- 
stetter, Vice-President; A. 
Palo, Secretary; K. Gausman, 
Treasurer; D. Amsworth, S. 
Davis, M. Deemer, B. Gates- 
man, S. Gurecka, A. Mil- 
kowski, K. McGroder, A. Ruth, 
J. Ruth, S. Shenk, S. Straka, L. 
VanScoter, J. Wright. 



Education Club 




B. Kaplan, President; J. 
Bonyak, Vice-President; 
M. Henshaw, Treasurer; 
N. Croklin, Secretary; P. 
White, J. Cassidy, T. 
Gardner, M. Koskoski. 



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Saga Workers 






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College Chorus 



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COLLEGE CHORUS: Sr. Lucille, K. Gausman, L. Hamm, L. 
Wilson, S. Scharlau, J. Alderman, J. Ellison, H. Pilarczyk, M. 
Mcintosh, J. Greenlee, J. Cassidy, B. Gatesman, K. McGroder, M. 
Bruno. 

Liturgical Choir 



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LITURIGICAL CHOIR: Director-M. Gaynord, B. Benigni, A, 
Nelson, B. Mangold, K. Barker, P. Johnson. 



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Vixen Staff 








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Nancy Bauer, Sue Hareczmak, Heidi Hosier, 
Bea Kaplan. 



Editor: Sandy Hurley, Marianne Henshaw, 
Maria Long, Pam Johnson. 





Anne says, "Seniors are Super." 



Special Thanks to all the 
seniors who helped with the 
yearbook! 



Rick Allen (Josten's Rep.), 
John Young (Advisor) 



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Villa Bumps 






VOLLEYBALL 




Sept. 10 


Behrend (scrimmage) 


Away 


Sept. 20 


Pitt-Bradford 


Away 


Sept. 23 


Thiel Tournament 


Away 


&24 






Sept. 26 


Grove City & Mercyhurst 


Home 


Sept. 28 


Gannon 


Away 


Sept. 30 


Youngstown Tournament 


Away 


& Oct. 1 






Oct. 4 


Behrend & Carlow 


Behrend 


Oct. 7 


Geneva & LaRoche 


Geneva 


Oct. 11 


Allegheny 


Away 


Oct. 13 


Westminster 
& Pitt-Bradford 


Home 


Oct. 17 


Gannon 


Home 


Oct. 20 


Thiel 


Away 


Oct. 24 


Geneva & Mercyhurst 


Home 


Oct. 27 


Grove City 


Away 


Nov. 1 


Westminster 


Away 


Nov. 3 


Behrend 


Home 


Nov. 5 


NAIA Districts 




Nov. 7 


Thiel & Fredonia 


Home 


Nov. 10 


Allegheny 


Home 



110 




The Villa Victors gave the season their best 
shot. They showed imporvement throught the 
season. Members of this year's team were: S. 
Kristofco, S. Gurecka, N. Fay, J. Carr, C. Sa- 
chenik, A. Reigel, P. Plasket and Coach K. 
Kelly. 



111 



Basketball Returns 



112 




The Vixen Staff is glad to welcome back the 
Victor basketball team; members were: D. Do- 
zois, L. Peake, B. Gatesman, N. Fay, S. Straka, 
C. Rhinehuls, A. Milkowski, M. Landis, Coach 
G. Froehlich. 






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BASKETBALL 



Dec. 3 
Dec. 6 
Dec. 8 
Dec. 10 
Jan. 20 
Jan. 23 
Jan. 25 
Jan. 28 
Jan. 31 
Feb. 2 
Feb. 6 
Feb. 8 
Feb. 1 1 
Feb. 14 
Feb. 16 
Feb. 20 
Feb. 23 
Feb. 27 



Point Park 

Mercyhurst 

Behrend 

Pitt- Brad ford 

Thiel 

Westminster 

Geneva 

Grove City 

Geneva 

Behrend 

Allegheny 

Carlow 

Pitt-Bradford 

Jamestown CC 

Westminster 

Grove City 

Allegheny 

Thiel 



Away 
Away 
Home 
Home 
Away 
Away 
Home 
Home 
Away 
Away 
Home 
Home 
Away 
Away 
Home 
Away 
Away 
Home 



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Softball 

Spring '83 



Right: Way to go for two 
Joni! 



Below: Strike three . . . 



Middle: One more and we're 
outta here! 



Bottom Right: Contemplat 
ing strategy! 




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Coach Shirley Fletcher, (J. 
James & L. Davis co-cap- 
tians), M. Bayne, N. Hurley, 
M. Landis, G. Guzetta, S. 
Gurecka, J. Carr, S. Shenk, 
M. Henshaw, N. Fay, T. 
Schossler 



Left: Awesome bunt, Beacher! 




Bottom: What an inning! 





SOFTBALL 


April 3 


Behrend 


Away 


April 5 


Gannon 


Away 


April 7 


Thiel 


Home 


April 9 


Allegheny 


Home 


April 12 


Geneva 


Home 


April 26 


Westminster 


Away 


April 30 


Thiel 


Away 


May 3 


Grove City 


Home 



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Enjoy The Winter 




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It All Happens Here 








The academic complex of Villa Maria Col- 
lege is made up of A'Hearn Hall (the Ad- 
ministration Building), the Academic 
Building, the Lecture Hall, the Auditor- 
ium/Gymnasium, and the Natatorium 
(Swimming Pool). Completed in 1961, the 
Academic and Administration Buildings 
were the first structures on the newly relo- 
cated Villa Maria College campus. The 
Gymnasium and Natatorium were com- 
pleted in the Fall of 1963. The newest 
building on campus, the Lecture Hall, was 
build in 1972. Together, these buildings 
form the backbone for life at Villa Maria 
College. 



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PATRONS 



Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Bon 

Michael S. Davis 

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Fay 

Mr. and Mrs. Hallet 

Mrs. Alice Hurley Haven 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl M.. Johnson 

Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Kisegy 

Maria D. Long 



Kathleen McGroder 

Mr. and Mrs. Nelson 

Ray Ruth 

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sachenik 

Mr. and Mrs. VanScooter 

John C. Vey 

Mr. and Mrs. Ray L.. White 

Mr. and Mrs. John Zamborsky 



SPONSORS 

Bridal Elegance West Erie Plaza 

Patty Mizner and Anne Nelson 

Toy World 4983 Pittsburgh Ave. 

Haupt's Meat Market 2430 West Eighth St. 



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