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Most Likely to Blush Michele Roehling and Matt Vikdal

Class Midget and Giant Holly Fairchild and Voil Lattin


Mr. and Miss L.A.H.S. Victor Morales and Lynn Russel

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Class Clowns Theresa Herbst and Andy Vallejos

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Class Mouths Beth Halloran and Mike Trujillo

Class Urban Cowboy

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Most Talented

Brett Jackson and Paula Groves

Class Casanovas Bill Whalen and Lydia Springer

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Most Spirited Tim Milligan and Jan Meyers

Most Athletic Molly Cernicek and Rick Honsinger

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LEE ARELLANO Basketball 2,3-

SCOTT AUGUSTON Olions 3,4, Treasurer 4; Thespians 3,4; Topper Revue 3,4, MC 4; Varsity Phrmaceudical Squad 4; Video Squad 4; DECA 4; Mime Troup 3,4.

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STELLA BALESTRINl ERIC BARBER LAURA BARNETT

DEAN BARR LYNN BARTHEL JENNIFER BARTLIT

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JAKE BARTOS BRIAN BARTRAM AMY BAUGHMAN

CRYSTAL BEERY SANDRA BEERY Concert Choir 2; Chamber Singers 3,4; Topper Revue 3,4; Brigadoon 3; Miracle Worker 3; AllState 2,4; Gymnastics 2, JV 1.

LES ANN BETTINGER

BILL BICHER JENNIFER BIVENS Cheerleader JV; Youth and Government 2,3,4; OEA 3; Ski Club 2,4; DECA 4; Topper Revue 4.

DON BJARKE

PATTI BOBROWICZ LES BOLLMAN MICHAEL BOWERSOX Wrestling 2; Cross Country 3th, 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3,4.

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ACHIM BRAEMER USA BRAINERD GAIL BREMER Cheerleading JV 2, Varsity 4; Track 3,4; Prom Court 3; Homecoming Court 4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 4; Yearbook Treasurer 4.

CHRISTINE BROWN Band 1,2,3,4; Honor Society 2,3,4; Key Club 3,4; Fellowship of Christians 4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3; Flag Corps 4.

MARCI BROWN Band 2,3,4; Jazz Band 2; Chorus 2; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3; Fellowship of Christians 3,4; Topper Revue 2,3; OEA 4.

DAVID BUBERNAK Ski Club 3,4; Soccer 4.

SUSAN BUDGE CARL BURICK JEFE BUTTERS

ANDY BUZBEE Football jV 2, Varsity 3,4, Co-Captain 4; Wrestling 3,4; Baseball 3; Track 4

CARL CADY Soccer 3,4; Fencing 4

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ROGER CAMILLO Football, Varsity; 3,4; Baseball 4.

KYLA CANDLER Drill team 2; Olions 2,3; Youth and Government 3; Key Club 3; OEA 4; CVOE 4,

ELIZABETH CANTRELL Field Hockey 2; Key Club 3,4; OEA 4; Fellowship of Christians 4; Topper Revue 4; Youth and Government 4.

STEVE CAPELLI Baseball 1,2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Lettermans Club 2,3,4.

KEN CARLSON Football 3,4.

QUINCEE CARLSON Ski Club 2,3.

PAM CARPENTER TIM CASH MOLLY CERNICEK Soccer 1,2,3,4, Captain 3,4; Basketball 2; Diving 3,4; Tennis 2,3,4; Tri-Service Award Nominee 3; Lettermen's Club 4; Student Council 3,4; Girls State Delegate 3.

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PHILIP CHAMBERLIN ANDREA CHARMATZ WILLIAM S. CLOUSER, JR. Honor Society 2,3,4; National Merit SemiFinalist 4; Tennis Team 1,2; Jazz Band 2,3,4; Band 2,3,4; Orchestra 3,4.

PAUL COOK Football 1,2,3,4, Manager 2,3,4; DECA 4; Basketball Trainer 4; Lettermans Club 4; Concert Choir 2,3; Chamber Singers 4.

SUSAN COKAL LESLIE CORNWELL OEA 3,4,Secretary 4; DECA 4.

KENNY CRABB Track 2,3,4; Chamber Singers 4; Band 2,3,4; The Society of Distinguished American High School Students 4.

MIKE CUTLER Football 3.

JOHN DALY Football 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3; Lettermen's Club 4.

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STEVE DANIELS BEN DAVIS Ski Club 4; Hockey 3,4.

BILL DAVIS Rodeo 3; Football 2.

LOREN DAVIS Varsity Tennis 2,3,4; Marching Band 2,3, Vice President 4; Topper Revue 4.

CHRISTY DEMILL Concert Choir 2; Chamber Singers 3,4; AllState Choir 3,4; Yearbook 4; DECA 4; CVOE 4; OEA 4; Spring Musical 3; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3; Youth and Government 4; Topper Revue 3,4.

ANNE DESGEORGES Youth and Government 4; Student Council 2, Officer 3; Ski Club 2,3, Officer 4; Youth LAARC 4; Drill Team 2; Journalism 2; Topper Revue 4.

PAUL DICELLO Track 1,2,3,4; Diving 3,4; Yearbook Photographer 4.

PAUL DIENES JOANN DIMARCO

SANDRA DOEHLING Cheerleader 3,4, JV 2; Fellowship of Christians 3,4; Youth and Government 2; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3; Prom Court 3; OEA 3; Yearbook 3,4, Editor 4; DECA 4; Lettermen's Club 4; Homecoming Court 4.

SUSAN DOWLER Olions 2,3,4; Astronomy Club 3; Fellowship of Christians 3,4; Topper Revue 4; Concert Choir 2,3,4.

LORI DRESBACK Swimming 8th,1,2,3,4; Soccer 3; Youth and Government 3; Key Club 4; Lettermen's Club 4; Fellowship of Christians 4; Band 1,2,3; journalism 4; OEA 4; Candystriping 4; Bicycling Club 4.

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BARBIE DUDGEON Student Council 2,3,4; Senior Class Concessions 4; Volleyball 3,4; Tennis 2; Youth and Government 2; Band 2; Topper Revue 4.

ALAN DUDZIAK MARTHA DUMMER Gymnastics 1,2,3,4; Student Council 4; Ski Club 4,

MICHAEL PAUL DURAN Honor Society 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3; Tennis 8th, 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Summer National Science Foundation Program 4; New Mexico Boys' State 3; Nominee for Tri-Service Leadership Award 4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 4; Who's Who Among American High School Athletes 4; Hilltalkers 4; National Merit Commended Student 4; LANL ACT Program.

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ENRICO ELIZAN Track 3.

CAROLYN ELLIS Swimming 8th,1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; OEA 2,3,4; Key Club 4; CVOE 4.

JAN ENGEL Symphonic Band 2,3,4, Drum Major 4; Stage Band 2,3,4; All-State 1,2,3,4; Honor Society 2,3,4; Topper Revue 3,4; Who's Who Among merican High School Students 3,4; Society of Distinguished American High School Students 2,3,4.

G. ANDREW ERICKSON Strategy Games Club 2; Chess Club 2,3; Computer Club 2; Science Fairs 2,3,4.

ROBER A. ETTINGER jazz Band 1,3,4; Honor Society 1,2,3,4; All-State Band 1,3.

ERIC FILER Soccer 1; Chamber Singers 4; Track 3,4; Honor Society 2,3,4; Society of Distinguished American High School Students 4.

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JUANITA FINDLEY Hilltalkers 3.

KARL FISHER KURT FISHER

NANCY ELAK Flagcorps 4.

STEVIN L. FLOYD PAULA FONTENLA Science Fair 2,3; Newspaper Editor 3; Student Council 3; Sophomore Class Secretary; Yearbook Staff 3; Newspaper Staff 10; Softball Team 3; Band 2,4; Drama Club 3,4; Prom Queen 3; (American School, Brazil, 2,3).

BOB FORMAN Concert Band 2; Symphonic Band 3,4; Jazz Band 3,4; Chamber Singers 4; Varsity Soccer 4; Strategy Games Club 2, Treasurer 3, President 4; Honor Society 2,3,4.

CATHY FOSTER Band 2,3,4; Oliens 4; Topper Review 3,4.

SHERYL FRADKIN Drill Team Treasurer 2, Co-Captain 3, OEA 4, CVOE 4, Who's Who Among High School Students 3, Youth LAARC 4, Topper Review 4, Honor Sociey 2,3,4.

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CLINTON FRANCE MARGARET EREDERICKSON Swimming 2,3,4-

EDWARD FREER

DAVID FRITZ Honor Society 2,3,4; Marching band 2,3,4; Jazz Ensemble 1 and 11 4.

SCOTT FRYBARGER Football 3,4.

NORMA FULGENZI OEA 4; Winter and Spring Special Olympics 2,3,4.

DANETTE ROSE GANNO Drill team 3; Spirit Club 2; Track 2; (Fresno High School, Fresno, California 2).

MARY GALBRAITH ANNA GARCIA I

Band 2,3,4; Flag Corps 2,3,4, Captain 4; Gymnastics 2,3,4; OEA 3,4; Topper Revue 3,4; Track manager 4.

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SUSAN GARDNER Prom Court 3; Home Coming Court 4; Key Club 3,4, Court 3; Soccer 2; Student Council 2,3,4; Band 2,3.

CHARLES K. GAW TONI GIACALONE

TERI GIBSON ROBERT GILLIS STEVE GIORGI

DONNA GIRARD KIM GLOVER Girls' basketball manager 2; Varsity cheerleader 3,4; OEA 4; Fellowship of Christians 4; CVOE 4; Junior Prom Court 3; Yearbook 4.

ANN MARIE GORMAN Field Hockey ]V 1,2; Key Club 4; Vocational foods/tourism 3,4.

STACEY GRALL Youth and Government 3; OEA 4; CVOE 4.

STACY GREEN National Honor Society 2,3,4; Soccer jV 2, Varsity 3,4; Brigadoon 3; Spring Soccer 2,3,4; Key Club 4; Ski Club 4.

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LOUIS GRITZO MARK GROMEK PAULA GROVES Track 1,2,3,4; Homecoming Queen 4; Girls' State 3; National Merit Semi-Finalist for Outstanding Negro Students 4; Honor Society 3,4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3; Topper Revue 3,4; Speech and Debate 4; Band 2,3,4, Vice-president 3, Treasurer 4; Chamber singers 4; (Seneca Valley High School, Germantown, Maryland 2).

THERESA GUYKER KIM HAFER Tennis 2,3,4; OEA 4; Honor Society 2,3,4; Topper Revue 3,4; Band 2,3,4; Orchestra 3,4, All-state Orchestra 3,4.

DAVID HAGEN

RONALD HALL TANIA HALL Basketball 3,4, JV 2; Lettermen's Club 4; Student Council 2,

BETH HALLORAN Volleyball 2; Student Council 2,3, Vice President 3; Girl's State 3; Youth and Government 2,3,4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 4; Soccer 4; Key Club 4,

SUE HAMILTON Basketball JV 2,3; Soccer 3,4, Co-Captain 4; Softball Manager 3.

ANITA K. HAMMER Field Hockey 2; OEA 3,4; Key Club 4; Ski Club 4; Youth and Government 4.

CAROL HARDWICK Pajarita Singers 2; Chamber Singers 3,4; AllState 2,4; Yearbook 4; OEA 4; DECA 4; Key Club 3; Topper Revue 3,4; Spring Musical 3; Youth and Government 4; CVOE 4.

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DON HARELSON BRET EMRPER Football 2,3,4.

WANDA LYNN HARPER Student Council 2,3; CFiorus 1,2,3; lournalism 3,4, Editor 4; Topper Revue 4.

KEN HARRISON TIM HARRISON Basketball 2,3; Golf 2,3,4; Ski Club 2; Youth and Government 3,4.

LESLIE HAYES Band 2,3,4; Jazz Band 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Cross Country 2,3,4; Ski Club 2; Pegasus Staff 2,3,4; Flonor Society 2,3,4.

JOHN HENSLEY Olions 2,3,4, Vice-president 4; Symphonic Band 3,4; Concert Band 2; Orchestra 3; Chamber Singers 4; Marching Band 2,3,4.

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TERRESA L. HERBST Ski Club 3; Student Council 3, Class president 3; Los Alamos Jr. Ski Patrol 2.

CHARLES HILL ANN HIGGINS Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Solo and Ensemble 3,4; Astronomy Club 2; Art Club 4; Basketball jV 1 (Eastview High School, Bartlett, Illinois).

ROBERT M. J. HIPWOOD Cross Country 3,4; Track 3.4.

GREGORY L. HOLLAND Youth and Government 2,3,4; Key Club 3,4; Soccer 1,4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3; Fellowship of Christians 2; Boy's State Delegate 3; Band 2; jazz Ensemble 2; Ski Club 3,4; Student Council 3, Class VicePresident 3; Golf 4.

RICK HONSINGER Football 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Basketball 4,]V 3, C 2; Tri-Service Leadership Nominee 3; Boy's State 3; Lettermen's Club 3, President 4;

LISA HORN Chess Club 3,4; Pegasus 4; National Merit Commended Student 4; Art Club 4; Math Club (West Bend West High School, West Bend, Wisconsin).

KAREN M. HOUSE Swimming 1,2; Boys' swim team manager 2 (Mesa High School, Mesa, Arizona); Youth and Government 2,3,4; DECA 4; Topper Revue 4; Ski Club 2.

DEANNA HUDGINS Fellowship of Christians 3; Youth and Government 3,4; Topper Revue 4.

jAN HUTSON Soccer 3,4; JV Basketball 2,3; Rensselaer Medal 3; Olions 2; Honor Society 3,4.

BRET ALLYN JACKSON Band 2,3,4; All-State Band 1; All-State Orchestra 2,3,4; Topper Revue 2,3,4; Jazz 1,2,3,4; McDonalds All American Band 4; Orchestra 2,3,4.

KAREN JACKSON

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CHRIS JALBERT Baseball 2,3,4.

ROSS JAMESON Soccer 8th,1,2,3,4, Captain 4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3.

JEFF JOHNSON

LORI ANN JUVELAND Band 2,3,4; All State 2,3,4; Honor Society 2,3; Orchestra 3,4; Stage Band 2,3,4; Topper Review 2,3,4.

TERRY KAIN MATS KARLSSON Exchange Student 4.

MAX KATKO CHRIS KEDDY RICHARD KEEL

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JESSE KENYON Olions 3; Chess Club 4.

TODD KERCHER Football Varsity 2,3/4; Baseball 3,4.

KENDIS KEY Fellowship of Christians 2,3,4; Majorette 2,4; Band 2,3,4; Topper Revue 2; Olions 2,3; Key Club 3.

RICHARD KEYSER LISA KIRK Track 2; Key Club 3,4; OEA 4; Youth and Government 4; Fellowship of Christians 4; Topper Revue 4; Art Club 4.

JAMES KLEBESADEL

PAUL KOSSAR DONALD KNECHT STEVE KNECHT Youth and Government 4.

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CELESTE KOCH OFA 3,4.

KATHERINE KURTENBACH HERO I 4, Treasurer 4; HERO II 4, Treasurer 4.

LAWRENCE KWEI Track 2,3,4; Cross Country 2,3,4; BancJ 2,3,4; I.ettermen's Clut) 3,4. 4

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THOMAS D. LAMKIN Cross Country 3,4; Track 3,4; Jazz Band 1,2,3,4; Honor Society 2,3,4; Naional Merit Semi Finalist 4.

DAVID LATTIN VOIL LATTIN Swimming 8tEi,1,2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Track 2.

LISA LEIE Field Hockey 2, jV 1; OEA 4.

THUC THE LE CFiess Club 3,4.

NANCY R. LITTLE Band 2,3,4; Choir 2; Chamber Singers 3,4; AllState 1,2,3,4; Topper Revue 3; Fellowship of Christians 4; Society of Distinguished American High School Students 2,3; Brigadoon 3.

ANNETTE LEWIS Field Hockey 2; Olions 2,3,4; Youth and Government 3; Student Council 2; Advanced Career Training Genetics Program at FANE 4; Chamber Orchestra 4; All-State 2,3,4.

JOSH LEWIS PETER LINDHOLM Basketball 2.

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SHEILA LONG Swimming 8th,1,2,3; Youth LAARC 2,3,4, President 4; Honor Society 2,3,4; Key Club 4; Topper Revue 4.

SOREN THOMAS LOREE Soccer 2,3; Band 2,3.

AMY LUCERO Soccer 3,4, JV 1,2; Basketball JV 2,3; Softball 2,3,4; Lettermen's Club 2,3,4; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Topper Revue 4.

LISA LUJAN Volleyball 2,3,4; Basketball 2; Student Council 2; Art Club 4.

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PAT LUNSFORD SHELLEY LYONS Topper Revue 2,3,4; P;ij;irita Singers 2; Concert Choir 3,4,

JONATHAN R. MACHEN Soccer 1; Football 1; Art Club 3,4,

MICHELLE MARIE MADLAND Honor Society 2,3,4, Treasurer 3; Field Hockey 2; Orchestra 2,3,4, All-State 1,2,3,4; Chamber Orchestra 2,3,4; Chorus 3; Chamber Singers 4; Olions 3,4; Topper Revue 4.

LEE MANTHEI Swimming 8th, 1,2,3,4, MVP 3, Co-captain 4; Art Club 4,

MIKE M ARGIOTTI

SHARON MARINUZZI Basketball, JV 2; Softball 2,3,

KARI LYNN MARTELL Student Council 2,3,4, Class President 2, Class Vice-President 4; Key Club 3,4, Court 3; Youth and Government 3,4; Girls State 3; Varsity Soccer 3,4; JV Field Hockey 2; Topper Revue 3,4, Emcee 4; Yearbook 4; Letterman's Club 4; Business Awareness Week delagate 3; Spring Production 2, Spring Musical 3; WHO'S WHO AMONG AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS 4 journalism 4,

WILL MARSH

KIMBERLY MARTIN Eield Hockey jV 2; journalism 3; Youth and Government 4; Art Club 4; Fellowship of Christians 4; Topper Revue 4; Key Club 4,

ERIC MARTINEZ Youth and Government 3,4; Ski Club 2,3,4; DECA 4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 4,

DAVID MAYFIELD

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ROBYN McCLANAHAN Field Hockey 2; Youth and Government 4.

JOHN M cC l e l l a n MIKE M cCORM ICK

JULIA K. M c Fa r l a n d Ski Club 3,4; Soccer Varsity 3; Brigadoon 3; Harvey 4; Art Club 4. SANDY MclNROY Diving 2; Key Club 3,4; Topper Revue 4; Youth and Government 4; Yearbook 4; Candystriper 2; Ski Club 4.

STEVEN MECHELS Honor Society 2,3,4; Tennis 3,4; Cross Country 2; Strategic Games Club 3; Chess Team 4; Fencing Club 3,4.

CAROL E. MENZEL Youth LAARC 3,4; Youth and Government 3,4; Jazz Ensemble II 2; Candystriper 3,4; Honor Society 2,3,4; Swim team manager 4; Olions 2.

JANICE KAY MEYERS Student Council 2, Class Treasurer 2; Softball manager 2; Key Club 3,4, treasurer 4, court 4; Honor Society 2,3,4; Chorus 2,3,4, Chamber singers 4; Yearbook 3,4, editor 4; Topper Revue 3,4; Fellowship of Christians 2,3,4; Spring musical 3.

GREG MILLER

TIM MILLIGAN Band 2,3,4, Drum Major 4; jazz Band 2,3,4; Ski Club 2,3,4; Track 2,4; Youth and Government 4.

JOHN MITCHELL SCOTT MOLLEUR

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FREDERIC MONTOYA Basketball ]V 3, C 2; Journalism 3,4, Sport editor 4; National Honor Society 2,3,4,

VICTOR A. MORALES Track 3,4; Wrestling 2; Key Club 2,3; Youth and Government 2,3; Boys' State 3; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3.

ALLEN MORRIS Chess Club 2,3,4; Youth and Government 3,4; Yearbook Photographer 4.

ANN MORRISON Olions 2,3,4; French Club 2; Thespians 3,4; Topper Revue 2,3,4; Debate Team 3,4.

CINDY MOWERY Olions 3, President 4; Topper Review 3, Emcee 4; Thespians 3,4; M ira cle W orker 3; Brigadoon 3.

CELIA MUTSCHLECNER Art Club 3,4; Candystriping 3,4, President 4; Fellowship of Christians 4; Olions 3; Chorus 3,4.

RICHARD LOUIS MYERS III Basketball Varsity 2,3,4; Baseball 1,2; Lettermen's Club 3,4.

MICHELLE NARANJO Fellowship of Christians 4; Student Council 2; Band 2,3,4, Flag Corp 4; OEA 4, Vice-President 4; Track 2,3,4.

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DAVID NEWCOM Concert Band 2,3; Youth and Government 4; Boys' State 3; Honor Society 2,3,4,

ALBERT OLIVAS TRACY OLIVE

MITCH OLIVER RICK OLSEN SHAWN ORTEGA

KEVIN ORTON JIM OSBORN BILL OSHWALD

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MARK OTT LINDA OXFORD NATHAN PACK Football Manager 4; Olions 4; Fencing 4; Chamber Singers 4; Spring Musical 3; Yearbook 4; Lettermen's Club 4.

TRACY PEDERSON RODGER PETERSON ANTHONY NATHANIEL PIOTROWSKI Football 3; Youth and Government Chairman 4; Ski Club 2,3; Key Club Escort 4.

CURTIS POWELL Band 2,3,4; Fiilltalkers 3,4; Olions 2,4; DECA 4; Fellowship of Christians 4.

PAM PUCKETT KAREN RALPH

■%! J ■ ( 'It JEFF REASNER DANA REED KELLY RICHMOND

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AARON RICKENBAUGH DANA R. RINK Soccer 1,2,3, Captain 4; National Merit SemiFinalist 4; Honor Society 2,3,4; Topper Review

DENISE RIVERA Volleyball 1; OEA 3,4; Ski Club 4; Gymnastics 1; Topper Revue 4; Key Club 4; Youth and Government 4.

PAULA ROBINSON Olions 3,4; Band 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Topper Revue 3,4; Concert Choir 3; Chamber Singers 4; All State Orchestra 2; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3; Thespians 4.

BRETT ROBINSON MARCIA RODENZ

TAUNI ROE Cheerleader Varsity 3,4.

MICHELE ROEHLING Youth and Government 2,3,4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Student Council 4, Class secretary 4; Topper Revue 4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3; Journalism 4.

VICTORIA A. ROMERO Youth and Government 3,4; Swimming 8th, 1,2,4; Student Council 2,3,4, Public Relations Coordinator 3; Girls' State 3; Topper Revue 4.

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LYNNE RUSSELL Volleyball 2; Topper Revue 4; Student Council 3,4; Youth and Government 3,4; Prom Court 3; Homecoming Court 4.

KATERINA RUTEGARD Foreign Exchange 4; Topper Review 4.

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CHRISSY SALOPEK JEFF R. SANDERS Leitermen's Club 4; Basketball 3,4, ]V 2; Baseball 4; Journalism 4.

TODD SANDERS Football jV 2, varsity, 3; Track, 1,2,3,4.

STACEY SARGENT Tennis 1,3,4; Chamber Singers 3,4; Pajarita Singers 2.

ANITA SARWINSKI Golf 8th, 1,2,3,4; Varsity field hockey 2; Varsity soccer 3; Yearbook 4; journalism 4; Boys' basketball statician 2,3,4; DECA 4; Youth and Government 3; Key Club 4.

STEVEN SCHUSTER Tennis 3,4; Table Tennis 2,3,4.

IONA SCHUTT WESLA SCHWALM Chorus 3,4; Chamber Singers 4; All State 4; Spring Musical 3.

JERRY SEEGER

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JOHN SHAFER Football 2; Golf 2,3,4; Cross Country 4; Key Club 3,4, President 4.

SARA SHALEK Society of Distinguished American High School Students 3; Fellowship of Christians 3,4; Youth LAARC 1,2, Vice President 3, President 4; Yearbook 4; Student Council 2,3, Secretary 4; Honor Society 1,2,3, Secretary 4; Business Awareness Week Delegate 3; Band 2; Key Club 4; Topper Revue 4.

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BILL SHALKOWSKI Football 2; Track 2,3; Vo-Tech-Carpentry 2; Wrestling 4.

GAIL SHERMAN Band 2,3,4, All-State 2,3,4; Honor Society 2,3,4, President 4; Student Council 2,3,4; Tennis 2; Girls' State Alternate 3.

ALLEN SHERWOOD TODD SHIPMAN Track and Field 2,3,4.

BRENDA SHUCK Fellowship of Christians 2; OEA 3,4.

PAULA FREDERICKA SIMS Las Cruces High 2,3; Spanish Club 3, Secretary 3; History Club 3.

LAURA SKINNER

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DEBBIE SMITH OEA 3.

KEVIN SMITH TODD SMITH Tennis 1,2,3,4.

SANDRA SNAVELY KEN SNIDER Boys' State 3; Diving 2,3,4.

ALLISON ANN SNOW Drill Team 2; Key Club 3,4; Softball 4.

KEITH SPANDE Topper Revue 4; Architecture 1,2,3,4,

LYDIA SPRINGER Cheerleader 3, ]V 2; Ski Club 2,3,4, Secretary 3, Treasurer 4; DECA 4, Secretary 4; Youth LAARC 4; Youth and Government 3,4; Soccer 4; WHO'S WHO AMONG AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS 4; Key Club 4; Topper Revue 4.

LARRY SPROUSE

ROBERT STEVENS CYNTHIA STEWART Orchestra 2,3,4; International Science Fair.

JOHN STEVENSON

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JOE SZOO CATHERINE TALLERICO Varsity Soccer 3; Diving 2,3; Candystriping 2; Key Club 3,4; Ski Club 4; Advanced Career Training Program 4; Youth and Government 4.

KARINE TALLEY Band 1,2,3,4; OEA 4; French Club 2; Olions 3; CVOE 4.

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STEVE TATRO Soccer 3,4; Tennis 2; Elockey 2,3,4; Boys' State 3; Who's Who Among American High School Students 4.

MATT TEEL NANCY THALMAN Band 2,3,4; Key Club 4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 4; Fellowship of Christians 4; Topper Revue 4.

LEEANN M. THOMAS Band 2; OEA 3; Softball 2,3,

BYRON THOMPSON Soccer 2,3,4, JV 1; Student Council 3,4, Student Body Treasurer 4; 1st Alternate Boys' State 3; Tri-Service Leadership Award nominee 3.

ELLEN TINKLE Soccer 3; Orchestra 1,2,3,4, All State 1,2,3,4; DECA 4; Topper Revue 3,4; Chamber Orchestra 2,4; Candystriping 1; Fellowship of Christians 4; Youth LAARC 4; Stage Band 4, solo and ensemble 1.

KAREN TISiNGER Band 2,3,4; Flag Corps 2,3; Fellowship of Christians 3,4; Topper Revue 3; Ski Club 2; Youth LAARC 3; Society of Distinguished American High School Students 3.

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ANNE TRELA Track 2,3,4; Basketball 3,4, |V 2; Yearbook 4; Student Council 3, Treasurer 4; Youth l.AARC 2,3,4; Honor Society 2,3,4; Youth and Government 3.

MICHAEL TRUJILLO Football 3,4, )V 2; Wrestling 3, )V 2; Baseball 4, Youth and Government 4.

PAM TRUJILLO Drill Team 3; Key Club 4; Ski Club 4; WHO'S WHO AMONG AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS 4; Topper Revue 4.

ROBERT TRUJILLO )V Basketball 3.

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HELEN ULIBARRl Youth and Government 3; OEA 4; Topper Revue 4.

BRYAN UPHAM Swimming 1,2,3,4; Band 2; Letterman's Club 4.

VALERIE VALDEZ

ANDREW VALLEJOS TAYLOR VAN BUREN Football 3,4, JV 2; Key Club 3; Wrestling 2.

ERIC VANDERGUST

ERIC W. VANMARTER Olions 2,3,4, Flistorian 3; Mime Troupe 2,3,4, Director 3,4; Thespian 3,4, Flonorary 3,4; South Western High School Theatre Festival 3,4; Choir 1,2; Chamber Singers 3,4; Fellowship of Christians 2,3; Topper Revue 2,3,4; OEA 4; Astronomy Club 4.

CHARLES VIGIL Student Council 1,2,3,4; Class Treasurer 3; Student Body President 4; Chess Club 2; Journalism 3, Editor 4; Basketball 4, jV 3, C Team 2; Honor Society 2,3,4.

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YOLANDA VIGIL Volleyball 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Softball 2,3,4; Youth LAARC 3,4; Student Council 2; OEA 4; Topper Revue 4; Class Secretary 2,3; Letterman's Club treasurer 4.

MATTHEW VIKDAL Wrestling 4.

SHARON VOELZ Volleyball 3; Softball 2; Band 2,3,4; Stage Band 2,3,4; OEA 3; Fellowship of Christians 2,3,4; National Honor Society 2,3,4; WHO'S WHO AMONG AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS 3; Topper Revue 2,3,4; Key Club 4, Court 4; Ski Club 4.

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JEFF WADSTROM Basketball 3,4.

MARK WAGNER Youth and Government 3; Tri-Service Leadership Award Nominee 3; Baseball 4; Football 4; Track 2.

MONIQUE VIRGINIA WAGNER Drill Team 2; OEA 3,4; DECA 4, Vice-President 4; WHO'S WHO AMONG AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS 2,3,4.

NEIL WARD MARK WAUGH BILL WELCH Band 2,3,4; Jazz Ensemble 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Topper Revue 2,3,4.

1 'I BILL WELSH VICKI WERNER LAURIE WEST Swimming 8th, 1,2,3,4.

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JEFF WHITE Wrestling 2,3,4; Key Club 4; Fellowship of Christians 3,4; Topper Revue 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Ski Club 4; Soccer 1.

REINE WILLIAMS Drill Team 2; Youth and Government 3; Chorus 2,3.

TRAVIS WILLIAMS

KAREN WILLIAMSON Band 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Stage Band 4; Chamber Singers 4; Ski Club 2,4; Soccer 2; Yearbook 4; Youth LAARC 4; Brigadoon 3; Topper Revue 4; Fellowship of Christians 3,4; Key Club 4; Solo and Ensemble 2,3,4.

CARA WILSON Key Club 3,4; Fellowship of Christians 4; Lettermen's Club 4; Prom Court 3; Cheerleader 3,4, JV Cheerleader 2.

TERESA P. WINKLER Tennis 2,3,4; Boys Basketball Statistician 2,3,4; DECA 4; OEA 4; Candystriping 2; Band 2; Stage Band 3,4.

ANDREW WOLFSBERG Soccer 4, JV 2; Student Council 2,3, Class Treasurer 4; Youth and Government 3,4; Ski Club 2,3,4; Speech Team 2; Jazz Band 2,3; Topper Revue 2,3,4; Youth LAARC 4.

JANET WOODS Swimming 8th,1,2,3,4, Captain 3,4, Youth and Government 3,4.

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During halftime the Homecoming Court was introduced. The girls on the court were Gail Bremer, Sandra Doehling, Paula Groves, Susan Gardner, Lynne Russell, and Quincee Carlson. The girls were escorted by Rich Myers, Jeff Wadstrom, Lawrence Kwei, Ken Snider, Jeff Sanders and Chris jalbert, respectively. Paula's crown was presented to her by Lorri Parker, last year's queen. The Topper football team beat the Farmington Scorpians, 19-9. The boy's soccer team fought a hard battle, but lost to the Albuquerque Bulldogs, 1-0. Camelot came alive Saturday night at the dance. "Wetsox" provided the music.

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Presenting Harvey, written by Mary Chase, is about an invisible white rabbit (a pooka) who disrupts the lives of Elwood P. Dowd, Veta Louise, and Mrytle Mae Simmons. Veta wishes to have Elwood committed to an institution, but ends up in one herself. Each night the part of the maid was played by different guest stars, including our own Vice-Principal, Joyce Beery (p. 157); School Board President, Dolly Baker; and local actress Jeanne Stein. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

"He'll die! And then he'll fire me!" Elwood P. Dowd "Have one of my cards." "But I want to see Elwood." "And then this man tore my clothes off." The cast, with Harvey.

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Sadie Hawkins drew an amazing amount of couples as the girls escorted their guys to Dog Patch to dance to Crossroads. Marying Sam was his usual popular self. 1. Married life is great! 2. I do. 3. Nose ring for a bull.

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"We're the ones!" That's what the 170 students involved in the 1982 Topper Revue proved on January 28, 29 and 30. Scott Auguston, John Hensley, Kari Martell and Cindy Mowery were the emcees who made audiences laugh between acts, performing such comic skits as a "low-rider, high-rider" encounter and scenes from a "Maximum Security High School." 1. Mike Alcouffe has the beat. 2. Kari and Sharon love rock-n-roll! 3. "Wow! I could have had a V-8!" 4. Love the World Away. 5. Another One Rides The L.A.T.E. Bus! 6. Eric and Matt playing classical guitar. 7. Sandy, Lisa and Stacey dance to the Breaks.

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Blossoming

Once again the Student Council carnation sales were a big success. Sweethearts all over the school showed their affection by sending that special someone a carnation complete with a personal note. Smiles were seen all through the halls as students received their flowers on Valentines Day.

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Karen and DeAnn enjoy their flowers Isn't Valentines Day fun? Student Council passes our carnations. A flower for the teacher. mmmmmmm! That smells good. Jimmy gets his flower. A hand full of happiness. Happiness is

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Sophomores Sara Alexander Chris Allen Brent Anderson Eric Anderson Lee Anderson Matt Andrae

Valerie Apel Tim App Adrienne Appert Yvonne Archuleta What's so funny, Donna?

Ron Armstrong Mick Backsen Kevin Baker Jamie Bangerter

Frank Barber Gary Barlich Cindy Barr Sandy Barr

John Bartlit Chris Bast Dennis Bates Bern Baumgartner Renee Benavidez Kory Bennett

FJoward Benson Laura Bequette David Berry Frances Berry Janet Bettinger Babette Bibeau

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Peter Blewett Dehn Bohl Tonya Boulden Lisa Bowman Cheryl Boyer Lana Brady

Pam Brainerd Scott Braithwaite Louis Bremer The Sophomore Officers: Shawn Morrison, President; Ben Hoff­ man, Vice-President; Linda Lu­ cero, Secretary; Lee Anderson, Treasurer

Todd Broste Craig Brown Greg Brown

Jenny Brown Shelly Brown John Busch

Brian Butcher Brent Butler Jay Cappis Phil Carlson David Carroll Glenda Casedy

Lisa Cash Alic Casperson Carolyn Castore Chris Catlett Ann Cernicek Cindy Chandler

Francesca Chavez Gina Chavez John Chutkow Cindy Chicon Cindy Clark Kristine Cokal

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Carol Conn Karl Cook

Mark Crawford Diane Croasdell The day the bubble burst.

Kim Cromeenes Dean Cummings Joey D'Anna Cathy Davis Ken Davis Steven Dean

Wayne DeMill David Dick Donna DiMarco Janie Doolen Judy Doran Pam Downes

Julie Dresback Lisa Driskell Douglass Dross Marilyn Dennis Mark Dunn Anne Ebaugh

Lori Eddleman Debbi Edwards Linda Ehler Rhonda England Adam Engleman Tracy Erkkila

Eric Erpenbeck Tim Farr Paul Fehlau Eric Fenstermacher Charles Ferenbaugh Bill Ferrell

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Angie Feuerherd W. Scott Field Randy Findley Carolyn Ford Richard Ford Andy Fox

Alison Foxx Brian Frances Jim Frederickson

Anne Friar Mhari Frothingham Todd Frybarger That exciting, huh?

Forrest Fukushima Linda Fullerton Chris Gaskill Justin Gehre John Gehrmann Jon Geno

Paula Gentry Kevin Gill Dan Giorgo Wendy Girard Bill Goldman Barbara Gonzales

Desiree Gonzales Kathy Gorman Mark Gosling Pamela Graham Russell R. Grail Tammy Gray

Dawn Green John Greenwood Susan Gregory Sheri Groff Mike Gromek Arlin Gurley

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David Gurley John Guy Tim Haarmann Karen Hagan Larry Hahn Doug Haines

David Hunt Ronald Hanks Cathy Hardekopf John Harlow Mark Harris Marybeth Harris

Teresa Hart Dave Hathaway Terri Havens zzzzzzzzz

Lisa Hecker Leslie Heinberg Darrek Hernandez

Michele Herrmann Brian Hesch Michael Hirons Leona Hodges Audrey Hoffman Ben Hoffman

Dave Hoffman Gavin Holland Dana Holt Steve Hong Pat Honsinger Linda Horn

Andrea Hoyt Jeff Hughes Lee Hughes Rosanne Humphrey Kristin Hunt William Hunter

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Edward Karpp Richard Karpp Cindy Kearns John Keller Jeff Kelley Michael Kellner

Matt Kenyon Margot Kerr

Eric Kilczer Linda Kilczer

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Debbie King Morgan Kirby

Debra Kise Jill Kjellman

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Robert Klapetzky Kim Klein Aren't you cute

Kim Koenig Erman Kostick

Mathias Krause Teri Kruse Erica Kwei John Lazzaro Candi Leeches Mike Leif

Vanessa Lillberg Susan Lindman Bobbi Lindstrom Margaret Lockhart Kristin Loree Linda Lucero

Bertha Lujan Ha To Luu Vinh-Luu Ian MacDonald Patty Machen Alycia Maier

Lori Malenfant Paul Maley Jocelyn Mann Nancy Maret Zee Ann Marsh Dana Marshall

Tammy Marshall Jeannette Martinez Jenny Martinez Patty Martinez Sean McAfee Catherine McCabe

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Doug McKnown Brian McLellan Lori NcNeil

Julie Meade Ramona Medina Greg Meier

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Kristen Minor Steve Mitchell Leroy Montoya Monica Montoya Patricia Montoya Sally Moore

Chris Morris John Morris Paul Morris Shawn Morrison Steve Morrow Byron Morton

Frank Myers Mark Naivar Chuck Ney Phong-Thanh-Nguyen Krista Nick Annalisa Nickel

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Todd Nickols Lauren Norton Curt Novak Cecilia Nunez Ross O'dell Stefani Odom

Brian Olcott Julie Oliphant Karen Orbesen Freddie Ortiz David Osborne Allen Pack

Kim Paffenroth Paula Papps Alex Parker Deep in thought

Ian Parkinson Hal Patterson Kim Patterson

Donald Patton Kathy Peacock Robert Peaslee Chris Peters Guatan Pillay Mike Platt

Megan Polzer Robby Poore Mike Prewitt John Quillman Gary Rael Curtis Rasmussen

Karen Reed Jodi Reese David Rhodes Dan Richards John Rochester Kim Rodgers

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Martha Romero Laura Roush Michelle Roybal Timothy Rutherford Dawn Ruttedge Julie Rutten

Jeffrey Sandoval Karl Saxman Mike Schermer Mike Schellaci Bill Schleft Water Schmidt

Dean Schnurr Bruce Sedlacek Caroline Shamu Raeanna Sharp Julie Sheldon Martin Shipley

Ron Siemon Dick Siverts

Joe Smith Ger Snider

Cheryl Sofaly Lee Stable

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Michele Steinkruger Annette Stephens Anne Stevens Steven Stokes Laura Stuppy Charlie Sutton

Joyce Swain August Swanson Eric Talley Sean Tape Jeff Tesmer David Thomas

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Kerri Thurston Dawn Tibbetts Michael Trembley

Luis Trujillo Steve Trujillo Tracy Tubbs Rainer Tyler Myrna Valdez John Valentine

Wade Van Buren Alicia Van Haaften Tony Verganini Kim Vidrini Lena Visarriagas Tim Voos

Sean Vote Mandy Vrooman Joan Wadlinger Karen Waggle Richard Wakefield Rosemary Waldschmidt

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Victor Wallace Doug Walther Terry Wampler Valerie Wampler Roger Warren Paul Weddle

Mark Whitcomb Kristine White Pam Whittemore Barb Williams Michael Williams Tim Williams

Susan Wilson Janet Wirth

Steve Wood Todd Yasuda

Ron Yusnukis Todd Zongker

Gretchen Torres

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Juniors Arthur Adair Liz Aikin Joey Alcala Todd App Jimmy Archuleta Kristie Atencio

Charlotte Atwater James Auchampaugh Scott Bagley Damon Baker Kelly Ball Lisabeth Barthel

Daniel Bartholomew Andrew Bateman Leischen Bauke Chris Beatty Stacy Beery Jeff Benham

Patty Bennett Sheryl Bennion Liz Beyer

Robert Scott Black Lisa Blair Dawn Bolstad

Jim Borrego Mary Bowersox Martha Bowman A Dramatic Gaze

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Connie Bowyer Chad Boyack Donna Brewer Anne Briesmeister Lori Brockway Alan Brown

Darryl Brown Dianx Brown Mark Brown Anita Bryant Lori Bryson Beth Bubernack

Chris Bucher Martin Bucher Kerry Builta Gayle Burick Shawn Burns Steve Butcher

Cheri Byers Julie Byers Colleen Carmichael

Dennis Casias Donny Casias Bryan Chance Play it again.

David Charlton James Chavez Ricky Chiles

Erik Christiansen Marie Christman Jaime Clabo Christen Coburn Marcia Cochran Emily Cole

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Bill Cromeenes Drew Cummings Michelle Cutler Kathy Daly Marie Damitz Shawn DeGasperi

Kevin Delanoy Lydia DeVargas Carol Diaz David Doty Deann Drake Susan Duffy

Scott Dunn Amy Dunwoody Mary Ebinger Carrie Elliot Ellen Enderbrock Greg Erpenbeck

Pam Farr Devin Farrell Lisa Feldman Michal Felio Sherry Ferguson Linda Finley

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Joe Fuka Ray Gaetjens Maurice Katko

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Greg Keaton Terry Keel James Keller Julie Kent Mike Kern Tom Keyser

Sonya Kidman Janice Kleinfelder Mary Knapp Deana Koepke Tim Kosty Gerald Kottman

Kim Kraemer Stephen Kramer Chris Ladish Scott Lathrop Roger Latimer Nancy Law

John Lawrence Charlton Lee Jennifer Leon Kim Lewis Kira Liebenberg Ann Lindberg

Barbara Lindman Lisa Lindemuth Cathy Linke Laurie Littlejon Sheila Looney Sam Louck

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Glenn Loughran Theresa Lucero Teri Lujan joe Luke Susan Lyons Scott Mace

Chris Madland Carleen Mahoney Ingrid Maltrud Nathan Mann jaki Martinez Tony Martinez

Joey Martz Paula Mattys Fred Max Sean McClary Patricia McClellan Kate Meade

Merideth Gerke Victor Gibbs Lee Gladson Andrea Glasgow Kathy Goldman Cindy Gonzales

Sylvia Gonzales Mike Gordon Nadine Gregory Gary Griffin Kathy Gross Carmella Gutierrez

Chris Haas Audrey Hakonson Chris Hanks

Jeanne Hanlon Julie Harbur George Harper Wake up Marcia!

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Elyn Harrington Robbie Harris James Harrison Kelly Harrison Mike Hartway Scott Hayden

Rachel Hayes Leslie Henderson Mary Kay Henderson Rita Henins David Henry Virginia Hill

Bryan Hoerr Alan Hoffman Chrissy Hofmann Jackie Hohner John Holcomb Karen Hollabaugh

Emily Honnell Carol Howard Albert Hsu Shanna Hudgeons Cyndee Hull Frank Humphry

Peter Javorsky Ellen Jensen

Chris Johnson Mark Johnson

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Cathleen Jones Ted Jurney Susan Mechels Linda Merson Ted Michael Rachel Mischke

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Sabra Mitchell Michele Montgomery John Moore Chuck Montoya Mark Montoya Eric Morse

Jim Mosley John Mosley Robert Moulton Stephanie Muir Thomas Myers Chris Naivar

Fidel Naranjo Laina Naranjo Tasha Neeper Erik Nelson Rebecca Neudecker Luke Ney

Adam Nichols Jennifer Nielson Lisa Oakley David Odell Mike Olcott Mark Olive

Lois Ostrenga Brian Owens David Palanek June Palmer Bill Parker Jack Parker

Zack Parker David Paulson Tracy Pelzer Kari Peters Robbie Peterson Darryl Pickett

Jennifer Pinkston Joe Plassmann Lonny Poe Phillip Polzer Greg Powley Stanley Prueitt

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Brian Sedlacek Susana Shankland Neal Shelton Jennifer Shinn Cynthia Shook DeAnn Simundson

Peggy Sinclair Kevin Smale Carol Smith Kathy Sowell Sandra Spencer Shankari Srinivasan

Steve Stelts Sandy Stephens Carol Stevenson JoAnn Stewart Ann Steyert Kelly Stokes

Greg Storm Steven Storms Anne Stout Kathleen Strong Kay Taylor Len Taylor

Alisabeth Thurston Kevin Tobey Lynn Thomas Teri Thomas Chris Thorn David Tolmie

Patti Travis Pat Valdez Beth Vanderbough Terry Vergamini Bill Vigil Mike Vikdal

Paul Virchow Ernest Vissarriagas John Visscher Catherine Wachocki Carol Wadstrom Mark Wadstrom

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Raising Spirit Enthusiasm and dedication makes the cheerleaders one of the most integral parts of our campus. In addition to cheering, this hard working bunch spent many long hours after school perfecting cheers, and painting and hanging signs. During the USA Cheerleading Camp, the varsity squad received three superior ribbons, a superior trophy and a spirit stick.

Facing page: 1) Gail Bremer 2) Kim Glover 3) Cara Wilson 4) Tauni Roe 5) Sandra Doehling. The Winter junior Varsity Squad: Krista Nick, Sheila Looney, Nancy Merit and Sara Alexander.

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Taking State The 1981 Girls Soccer Team had another undefeated record 16-0. They also won the first State Championship title in N.M. Molly Cernicek led in the scoring, with strong suport from Sue Hamilton, Ann Cernicek and Missy Taylor. The Toppers scored a total of 110 goals to their opponents 9 goals. Goal tenders for the Toppers were Amy Lucero, and Carmella Gutierrez. The head coach was Joseph Gyetvai and Anne Hyde Brown was the assistant-coach.

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Getting ahead Undefeated was the word for the Hilltopper JV football team this season, the first in the history of Los Alamos High School. Coaches Bob Zilinski and Bob Prommel directed the record setting team, and considered the team excellent. Team Picture: First Row (L-R) Paul Cook, Todd Fry, Randy Findley, Brent Butler, Eric McDowell, J) Lazaro, Steve Trujillo, Brian HescFi, Luke Ney, Boyd Cummings, Leroy Montoya. Second Row (LR) CoacFi Bob Prommel, Pat FHonsinger, Prank Barber, Steve Baker, Darrick Fternandez, Ian McDonald, Jon Geno, Sam Louck, David Osborne, Wade Van Buren, Andrew Lox, Mark Crawford, Coach Bob Zelinski. Third Row (L-R) John Guy, Roger Warren, John Morris, Shawn Vote, John Harlow, Eric Talley, Ross Odell, Steve Morrow, David Rhodes, Louis Trujillo.

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Sinking shots Under first year Head Coach Bill Smith, the varsity basketball team finished their regular season with an impressive 14-8 record. The highlight of the season was capturing the Capital City Tournament where Jeff Sanders was named MVP. Rich Myers and Dan Salgado were also named to the AllTournament Team. The Toppers were led all season by seniors Rich Myers and Jeff Sanders. The Toppers finished third in District play behind Farmington and Albuquerque High respectively. Mem­ bers of the team include; Back Row: Dan Sal­ gado, Carlos Woodson, Roy Sanchez, Ross O'dell, Eric Morse, Jeff Wadstrom, Rich Myers, SCOREBOARD Charles Vigil, Rick Honsinger, Scott Hayden, LA Greg Storm and Jeff Sanders. Front Row: Fred Valley High 65 49 Montoya, manager, Assistant Coach Joe Leisti37 70 Rio Grande kow. Coach Bill Smith and Paul Cook, manager. St. Mikes 72 85 Academy 73 53 Santa Fe 69 75 Albuquerque 75 56 Espanola 68 77 West Mesa 51 68 St. Pius 72 68 27 37 Grants Capital City Tourney Cibola 58 76 Bernalillo 68 71 Santa Fe 57 58 Gallop 55 75 Farmington 74 68 Espanola 80 85 Albuquerque 71 65 Santa Fe 61 75 Grants 63 80 West Mesa 65 76 Gallop 63 67 Farmington 75 68 District Play Offs Grants 41 46 West Mesa 52 67 Albuquerque 58 57

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Team Picture: Front: Zeeann Marsh, Jenny Martinez (managers), Melanie Anderson, Kelly Stokes, Anne Trela, Chris Ladish, Candy Leeches (manager). Back: Coach Chuck Garrett, Annette Stephens, Emily Honnell, Sandy Stephens, Tania Hall, Susan Caldwell, Kim Lewis, Anne Friar, and Susan Gregory.


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Boys' team picture, front: Brian Woods, Jim Frederickson, Barry Comer, Todd Broste, Dan Ciorgi, John Valentine, Chris Motley. Back; Steve Myers, Tom Keyser, Voil Lattin, Lee Manthei, Bryan Upham, Scott Lathrop.

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Leading Student body president Charles Vigil leads a discussion in one of the weekly meetings. The officers of the student council include Sara Shalek, Secretary; Kelly Richmond, Seageant at Arms; Charles Vigil, President; and Carol Diaz, Vice-President. Below, an unidentified rider bites the hard wood in the student council sponsored Donkey Basketball Game.

The innovative members of this year's council brought many exciting and rewarding activities to the high school. They coordinated all of the Homecoming activities including the coronation ceremonies, the parade and the dance, provided a computer dating match-up, furnished 1,500 carnations for Valentines Day, brought Donkey Basketball to the student body, tried to get the students back into the lobby, and at the end of the year, were working on a project to renovate the cafeteria into a student union.

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Youth and Government is an active club that works closely with the Y.M .C.A.. The club sponsors Sadie Hawkins, the ever popular, girl ask guy dance. Money raised from Sadies and other activities is used to help pay for the Model Legislature, where club members present their bills to committees. If the bill passes the committee, it goes on to the House and then the Senate. Then the elected Governor makes the final decision of whether or not the bill passes. Besides being fun, the weekend is educational.

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The 1981-82 school year was the first that DECA, the Distributive Education Clubs of America, was at LAHS. The club provides training in the classroom and through on the job training in the DECA Store. This year DECA members traveled to Albuquerque to tour Goldwaters and The Broadway, attended the State and National DECA competitions, and devoted their time to working in the DECA Store. All DECA trips are paid for with the profits made in the store. The club is sponsored by Mrs. jerilyn Thornton, the North-East District Advisor for the state DECA Board of Governors.

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With the money the students raise, fieldtrips were taken to the Laboratory cafeteria, the Novel plant in Albuquerque, and the Albuquerque Public Schools Kitchen. They also attended the Leadership District Meetings, and the Annual convention of the HERO members of New Mexico held in Albuquerque.

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Building One of the most popular vocational education organizations is the Building Trades Program taught by Bob Martin. Every year about 50 students put all their effort into building a house which they put on the market. The money received from the house helps finance the next year's house. This is the fourth house to be built through the program. In previous years the houses sold for $85,000, $100,000, $112,000, and $127,000.

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1. The 1982 Pegasus Staff: Back Row: Lois Sharp, Lana Brady, Kristin Hunt, Lisa Horn, Kim Paffenroth, Susann Cokal, Leslie Hayes. Front Row: Rebecca Shankland, Jennifer Bartlit, Susanna Shankland, Alisabeth Thurston, Kathleen Strong, Colleen Carmichael, Joan Cook. Not Pictured: Elaine Perkins 2. Editor Jennifer Bartlit and Lisa Horn look over some Poems.


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Students enrolled in business classes have the opportunity to develop leadership abilities through participation in the Office Education Association, a student organization. Leadership activities include planning and carrying out approved social and civic projects, and regional, state and national competition as individuals and teams. OEA Members held a formal installation of officers, a canned goods collection to provide food for those less fortunate, and sold candy to provide funds for competitive events. OEA has 93 members, which makes it one of the larger organizations at LAHS. 1. OEA Officers-Kathy Goldman, parlimentarian; Leslie Cornwell, secretary; Jennifer Wright, president; Cege Koch, vice-president. 2. OEA members work on a word processor. In February, the OEA sponsored a Region II Conference which included eight schools. Los Alamos dominated the event by winning 34 trophies. Pictured are some of the winners. Back Row (L-R), Damon Baker, Sue Duffy, Emily Cole, Sheryl Fradkin, Helen Ulibarri, Kim Hafer. Front Row (L-R), Kathy Cross, Anita Hammer, Michelle Montgomery, Naomi Whitaker, Lisa Schneider.

The OEA Pledge We are met in the spirit of friendship and good will as we prepare for lives of ser­ vice in office occupations. We work together to attain the goals of OEA and pledge our loyalty to our Nation.

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Allen Morris, Justin Gehre, Lisa Horn, Mike Gordon, Victor Gibbs, Bill Goldman, Toto Lithuc, Steve Michels, Dean Barr, and Mr. Gehre comprise the competitive Chess Club. No experience is necessary since the club prides itself in turning out chess masters. The club won many more tournaments than it lost, making a bid or the state tournament a cinch. This year the club bought jackets, a first.

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Gazing at stars Astronomy Club met on the first and third Wednesdays after school under the leadership of Laura Flicker, president, and sponsors Mrs. Ross and Mrs. Finch. Evening viewing sessions were held with the Pajarite Astronomers from LANL. Early morning viewing sessions were followed by breakfast for the crew. Highlights of the year were the Starlab inflatable planetarium show and a trip to the Albuquerque planetarium. Pictured with the Starlab are Mrs. Ross, Todd Yasuda, John Bacci, Jeff Tessner, Steve Bacci and Starlab's John Harding.

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The Los Alamos Honor Society is a group of students with a 3.8 minimum grade point average. In addition to academic strength, members must show strong leadership and service. Honor Society members raise money in order to benefit local service organizations. The group holds an induction of new Sophomore members each spring. Members of the Honor Society are Jennifer Bartlit, Tom Lambkin, Brian Rockwood, Ken Snider, Chris Brown, David Fritz, Jane Sandburg, Ann Marie Rice, Rachel Mischke, Ellen Endebrock, Joey Martz, Michelle Madland, Preston Cooper, Susanna Shankland, Kathleen Strong, Carol Menzel, Kim Hafer, Sara Shalek, Gail Shermer, Shankari Srinivasan, Leslie Henderson.

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Filming events The Video Communications Club was formed to teach students how to use television equipment and how to produce shows. The club filmed school related events from grade school art classes to the 1982 Topper Revue for Channel 8 T.V.

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Lettermen's Club is composed of both boys and girls who have lettered in a sport. Their main money raising activity is selling popcorn at basketball games. At Homecoming they buy the bouquet of roses for the queen, flowers for the court and for the cheer­ leaders, and also choose escorts for the queens court.

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Speaking out Success has been the motto for the Los Alamos Hilltalkers. The debate teams were the most pow­ erful in the state, and Kelly Rich­ mond, president of the club, was awarded a degree of special dis­ tinction for his achievements.

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Teachers Walter Smith - 156 Denny Holder - 156 Bill Valigura - 156 Skip Dunn - 156 Joyce Beery - 156 joe Boguslawski - 156 Aiello, Betty - 158 Anderson, Linda - 158, 142 Asbelle, Ray - 158 Barthell, Jolene - 158 Beene, Don - 158 Bergquist, Wilbur - 158 Black, Paul - 158, 194 Blackstone, Betty - 158 Boedeker, Marga - 159 Brasfield, Barbara - 159 Brower, jack - 159 Brown, Anne Hyde - 112, 159 Brown, jerry - 128, 160 Brown, Tom - 115, 160 Buehrer, Burt - 160 Buehrer, Sarah - 160 Burns, Jessica - 160 Burns, Tim - 161 Campbell, jean - 161 Caswell, Bob - 161 Christofferson, Tom - 161, 143 Church, Tess - 161 Cernicek, Louis - 109, 161 Doran, Leslie - 161, 177 Eikelberry, Bob - 161 Finch, Mary - 162, 191 Foster, Chris - 162 Fries, Shirley - 162 Fry, Linda - 162 Garrett, Charles - 131, 162 Gehre, jack - 162, 190 Goetzinger, Jim - 162 Gooley, Marilyn - 162 Gyetvai, Joseph - 163 Helmer, Mary Kay - 163 Hoffman, Gordon - 163 Hudson, Bill - 155, 163 Jacobson, Carole - 164 Johnston, Pam 164 Jones, Gordon - 164 Kalberg, Sheldon - 164, 202 Lora, Mel - 165 Mann, Charles - 165 Mabry, Bonnie - 165 Martin, Bob - 165, 186 McDonald, Jan - 165 Mendius, Pat - 165 Mogan, Sue - 165 Nelton, Bob - 165 O'Dell, Bev - 165 Phillips, Jan - 165 Place, Jim - 165 Primak, Stan - 166, 207 Reglien, Jennifer - 166, 175 Reiley, Jim - 166 Richert, Dave - 166 Ross, Inez - 166, 191 Rowen, Edie - 166 Schachterle, Lee - 166 Shankland, Becky - 166, 188 Sharp, Lois - 166, 188 Smith, Bill - 166, 125 Smith, Elaine - 166 Stice, Emmy - 167 Strong, Cathy - 167 Terry, Nancy - 167 Thomas, Lucy - 168

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Secretarial Staff Byers, Kay - 171, 149 Koch, Betty - 171 Macmann, Wilberta - 171 Nixon, Robbin - 171 Smith, Arlene - 171 Szalay, Giz - 171 Taylor, Mary - 171 Wright, Beverly - 171

Aides Hartsell, Gini - 171 Hunt, Marsha - IMC-171 Long, Marilyn - IMC-171 Morgan, Dorathy - Science-171 Nichols, Mary - English-171 Robinson, Anderson - Building Trades171 Schlosser, Terry - General Duty/Main Office - 171 Straub, Cheryl - CRC-171 Whetstone, Jeanne - English Lab-171

Custodial Staff Atencio, Hector - 171 Sandoval, Jose Fidel - 171 Trujillo, Oralia - Assistant - 171

School Board Marion Honsinger - 156 John Umbarger - 156 Dolly Baker - 156 Peter Lyons - 156 Dennis Gill - 156

Seniors Aikin, Douglas James - 26 Alcouffe, Michael R. - 26, 70 Allen, John P. - 26 Andrew, Emmy C. - 26 Apodaca, Paul G. - 26 Apodaca, Robert E. - 26 Appert, Lenore M. Archuleta, Pauline L. - 26, 207 Arellano, Lee - 26, 143 Augustson, Scott A. - 26, 70 Axford, Linda May - 195 Babovich, Laura A. - 27, 112 Baca, Greg J. Baca, Steve V. Bacci, Jeffrey A. - 27, 191 Bacci, Steven R. - 27, 191 Balestrini, Stella Irene - 27 Barber, Eric A. - 27, 115 Barnett, Laura E. - 27

Barr, Dean S. - 27, 109, 190, 143 Barthel, Lynne Carol - 27 Bartlit, Jennifer R, - 27, 188, 192 Bartos, Jacob J. - 28 Bartram, Brian D. - 28 Bast, Oliver C. - 109 Baughman, Amy E. - 28 Beery, Crystal A. - 28 Beery, Sandra E. - 28, 70 Bettinger, Lesann Marie - 28 Bicher, William N. - 28, 115 Bivins, Jennifer L. - 28 Bjarke, Donald K. - 28, 112 Bobb, Tamara R. Bobrowicz, Patricia M. - 28 Bollman, Garrett Leslie - 28 Borrego, Michael Robert Bowersox, Michael S. - 28, 122 Bradley, Christopher C. - 79 Braemer, Achim - 29, 195 Brainerd, Lisa D. - 29, 207 Bremer, Gail E. - 64, 29, 107 Brown, Christine A. - 29, 207, 192 Brown, Marcella S. - 29 Brucker, Kenneth J. Bryant, Jeffery A. Bubernak, David J. - 29, 109 Budge, Susan - 29 Burick, Carl S. - 29 Butters, Jeffery K. - 29, 115 Buzbee, William Andy - 29, 18, 115, 135 Cady, Carl M. - 29, 109, 140 Caldwell, Susan D. - 29, 19, 131, 175 Camillo, Roger G. - 30, 115 Canada, Shawn E. - 115 Candler, Kyla R. - 30 Cantrell, Elizabeth J. - 30 Capelli, Steve T. - 30, 115 Carlson, Kenneth M. - 30, 115 Carlson, Quincee - 30, 64 Carpenter, Pam - 30 Carrigan, Michael L. Cash, Tim J. - 30 Cernicek, Molly M. - 30, 25, 112, 140, 78, 142 Chamberlin, Edwin P. 31 Chandler, George I. Charmatz, Andrea M. - 31 Chavez, Margaret J. Clouser, William S. Jr. - 31. 79 Cokal, Susann B. - 31, 188, 79 Cook, Paul H. - 31, 115, 116, 125 Cornwell, Leslie F. - 31 Cotter, Thomas (Jeff) Crabb, Kenneth D. - 31 Cutler, Michael J. - 31 Daly, John K. - 31, 115 Daniels, Steven R. - 32, 115 Davis, Ben J. 32 Davis, Bill J. 32 Davis, Darrell D. Davis, Loren B. - 32, 79, 143 Demill, Christine - 32, 22 Desgeorges, Anne L. - 32 Dicello, Paul T. - 32, 140, 79 Dienes, Paul K. - 32, 115 Dimarco, Joann B. - 32 Doehling, Sandra - 64, 64, 32, 107 Dowdy, Stephen E. Dowler, Susan M. - 32 Dresback, Lori E. - 32, 138 Dudgeon, Barbara L. - 33, 19, 119 Dudziak, Alan J. - 33 Dummer, Martha K. - 33, 136 Dumrose, Hans P. Duncan, lisa Duran, Michael P. - 33, 143


Duran, Timothy L. - 33 Eagan, Jeffery S. Ehler, Douglas W. - 33, 187 Elizan, Enrico R. - 33 Ellis, Martha C. - 33, 138 Engel, Jan K. - 33, 197 Erickson, George A. - 33 Ettinger, Robert A. - 33 Eairchild, Holly J. - 20 Eiler, Eric P. - 33 Eindley, Juanita J. - 34 Fisher, Karl A. - 34 Fisher, Kurt - 34 Flak, Nancy M. - 34 Flicker, Carla L. - 191 Floyd, Stevin L. - 34 Fontenia, Paula V. - 34 Forman, Robert J. - 34, 109, 79 Foster, Catherine L. - 34 Fradkin, Sheryl L. - 34 France, Clinton W. - 35 Fraser, Bernadette L, Frederickson, Margie D. - 35, 138 Freer, Edward F. - 35 Fritz, David T. - 35, 192, 79 Frybarger, Scott F. - 35, 115 Galbraith, Mary A. - 35 Ganno, Danette R. 35 Garcia, Anna M. - 35 Gardner, Susan D. - 64, 36, 18, 78 Gaw, Charles K. - 36 Giacalone, Antoinette A. - 36 Gibson, Teri - 36 Gill, Dan A. Gillis, Robert J. - 36 Giorgi, Stephen James - 36 Girard, Donna M. - 36 Glover, Kimberly A. - 36, 63, 107 Goosney, Robert Bruce Gorman, Ann Marie - 36 Grail, Stacey F. - 36 Gram, Nils F. J. Green, Stacy L. - 36, 112, 70 Griego, Donald F. - 36 Gritzo, Fouis A. - 37 Gromek, Mark - 37 Groves, Paula E. - 37, 64, 24, 70, 203, 79 Guyker, Theresa R. - 37 Hafer, Kimberly A. - 37, 192 Hagan, David S. - 37, 205 Haines, David C. Hall, Ronald G. - 37 Hall, Tania F. - 37, 131 Halloran, Beth Ann - 37, 23, 112 Hamilton, Susan M. - 37, 112 Hammer, Anita K. - 37 Hardwick, Carol N. - 37, 22 Harelson, Donald W. - 38 Harper, Bret A. - 38, 115 Harper, Wanda F. - 38 Harrison, Kenneth R. - 38 Harrison, Timothy Q. - 38, 145 Hayes, Feslie A. - 38, 123, 188, 79 Hensley, John J, - 38, 70, 79 Herbst, Terresa F. - 39, 21, 77 Higgins, Ann - 34 Hill, Charles R. - 39, 145 Hipwood, Robert M. - 39, 122, 78 Holland, Gregory L. - 39, 109 207, 145 Honsinger, Richard W. - 39, 25, 115, 125 Horn, Fisa Marie - 39, 188, 190 House, Karen M. - 39 Hudgins, Deanna Fea - 39 Huebner, Richard P. Hutson, Jan E. - 39, 138 Hwang, Andrew D. - 79 Jackson, Bret A. - 39, 24, 196, 76

Jackson, Karen S. - 39 Jalbert, Christophe G. - 40 Jameson, Ross W. - 40, 109 Jaramillo, Deanna M, Johnson, Jeffrey B. - 40 Juveland, Fori Ann - 40 Kain, Joseph T. - 40 Karlsson, Mats K. P. - 40 Katko, Max J. - 40 Keddy, Christopher P. - 40 Keel, Richard John - 40, 109 Kenyon, Jesse D. - 41 Kercher, Todd A. - 41, 115 Key, Kendis R. - 41 Keyser, Richard J. - 41, 22, 139 Kilczer, Susan E. Kirk, Lisa L. - 41, 70 Klebesadel, James E. - 41 Kossar, Pal Knecht, Donald L. - 41 Knecht, Steven N. - 41 Koch, Celeste G. - 42 Kurtenbach, Katherine M. - 42 Kwei, Lawrence K. - 64, 42, 122 Lamkin, Thomas D. - 42- 122, 192, 79 Lattin, David M. - 42 Lattin, Eli Voil - 42, 20, 115, 139 Le Thuc, (Toto) The - 42, 190 Leavitt, Elizabeth S. Lehman, Charles A. - 135 Leif, Lisa Ann - 42 Lewis, Annette K. - 79 Lewis, Annette Lewis, Joshua J. - 42 Lindholm, Peter J. - 42 Little, Nancy R. - 42 Long, Sheila M. - 43 Lorber, Alfred A. Loree, Soren T. - 43 Lucero, Amy Christine - 43, 112 Lujan, Lisa M. - 43, 119 Lujan, Venita A. - 43 Lundy, Alice A. - 43, 123 Lunsford, Patrick W. - 94 Lyons, Shelley M. - 44 Machen, Jonathan R. - 44 Madland, Michelle M. - 44, 200, 192 Manthei, Lee A. - 44, 139 Margiotta, Michael P. - 44 Marinuzzi, Sharon A. - 44, 112, 194 Marsh, William R. Martell, Kari L. - 44, 112, 70, 175 Martin, Kimberly S. - 44 Martinez, Cynthia A. Martinez, Eric O. - 44 Mayfield, David P. - 44 McClanahan, Robyn R. - 45 McClellan, Jonathon T. - 45 McCormick, Mike McFarland, Julia K. - 45 Mclnroy, Sandra L. - 45, 207 Mechels, Steven E. - 45, 190, 205, 143 Menzel, Carol E. - 45, 192 Meyers, Janice K. - 45, 25, 207 Miller, Gregory B. - 45 Milligan, Timothy F. - 45, 25, 197, 76 Miranda, Gilbert A. Mitchell, John C. 45 Mitchell, Michael C. - 45 Molleur, Scott A. Montoya, Frederic D. - 46, 125 Morales, Victor A. - 46, 21 Morgan, Sandra A. - 194 Morgan, Scott A. - 194 Morris, Theodore Allen - 46, 190 Morrison, Ann K. - 46 Mowery, Cynthia L. - 46, 70

Murphy, James Barton Mutschlecner, Celia L. - 46 Myers, Richard L. - 64, 46, 125 Naranjo, Jeri Michelle - 46 Neely, Ed - 46 Newcom, David A. - 47 Nofflett, Denise E. Ojalainen, Leva, Maija - 195 Olivas, Albert J. - 47 Olive, Tracy R. - 47 Oliver, C. Mitchell - 47 Olsen, Richard S. - 47 Omara, Marian C. Ortega, Shawn G. - 47, 23 Orton, Kevin P. - 47 Osborn, James D. - 47 Oschwald, William C. - 47 Ott, Mark A. - 48 Oxford, Linda - 48 Pacheco, James E. Pack, Nathan H. - 48, 115 Pate, Jennifer E. Pederson, Tracy S. - 48 Perkins, Elaine A. - 188 Peterson, Rodger L. - 48 Pettenkofer, Eva M. Phillips, Teslin Piotrowski, Toby N. - 48 Powell, Curtis R. - 48 Puckett, Pamela J. - 48 Quillmann, Irmgard Ralph, Karen C. - 48 Ramsey, David Reasner, Jeffrey A. - 48 Reed, Dana S. - 48 Reid, David Don Richerson, Rebecca E. Richmond, Kelly P. - 48, 194, 174 Rickenbaugh, Aaron M. - 49, 109 Rink, Dana R. - 49, 109, 79 Rivera, Denise M. - 49 Roach, Bradford E. Robinson, Brett - 49 Robinson, Paula S. - 49 Rodenz, Marcia K. - 49 Roe, Tauni L. - 49, 107 Roehling, Michele E. - 49, 20 Rohane, Andrew J. Romero, Victoria A. - 49, 138, 175 Roof, Michael B. - 49, 122 Russell, Lynne M. - 64, 94, 64, 21, 70 Rutegard, Katarina, 49, 195 Rutledge, Byron P. Rutten, Jacob F. Salopek, Christine H. - 50 Sanchez, Roy - 125 Sanders, James Todd - 50 Sanders, Jeff R. - 64, 50, 64, 125 Sandoval, David J. Sargent, Stacey E. - 50, 142 Sarwinski, Anita L. - 50, 144 Scarberry, Catherine T. Schroeder, Brett R. - 122 Schuster, Steven W. - 50, 143 Schutt, Iona D. - 50 Schwalm, Wesla, J. - 50 Schwegler, James M. Seeger, Gerald P. - 50 Seitz, Marcella B. Shafer, John R. - 51, 122, 207 Shalek, Sara E. - 51, 174, 192 Shalkowski, William H. - 51 Sherman, Gail R. - 51, 200, 192 Sherwood, Allen W. - 51 Shipman, Todd C. - 51 Shuck, Brenda L. - 51 Simmons, David G.

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Crandall, Amy K. - 96 Crane, Bonnie L. - 96 Cromeenes, William R. Jr. - 96 Cummings, Drew B. - 96, 115 Cutler, Michelle - 96 Daly, Kathleen A. - 96, 112 Damitz, Marie D. - 96 Davey, Trent R. Davis, Laura L. Degasperi, Shawn A. - 96 Delanoy, Kevin D. - 96 Devargas, Lydia D. - 96 Diaz, Carol E. - 96, 107, 135, 174 Dissly, Richard - 122, 205 Dodson, Amber R. - 123 Doty, David C. - 96 Drake, Deann - 96 Duefield, Kelley L. Duffy, Susan - 96, 120 Dunn, Jerald Scott - 96 Dunwoody, Amy L. - 96 Dussart, Steven J. Dye, David N. Ebinger, Mary V. - 96 Elliott, Carrie D. - 96 Endebrock, Ellen G. - 96, 192 Erpenbeck, Greg S. - 96 Farr, Pam - 96, 207 Farrell, Devin D. - 96 Feldman, Lisa - 96 Felio, Michal L. - 96 Ferguso, Sherry A. - 96 Finley, Linda M. - 96 Flury, Dana Lee - 97 Foley, Margaret E. - 97, 194 Fontenia, Mario Renato Ford, Alexandra K. - 97, 107 Fuka, Joseph - 97 Fullerton, Nancy C. Gaetjens, Mary C. - 142 Gaetjens, Ray R. - 97 Gerke, Meredith E. - 98 Gibbs, Victor R. - 98, 190 Gladson, Wiley Lee III - 98 Glasgow, Andrea K. - 98 Goldman, Kathy E. - 98, 132 Gonzales, Cynthia J. - 98 Gonzales, Sylvia M. - 98 Gordon, Michael J. - 98, 190 Gregory, Nadine J. - 98 Griffin, Gary Michael - 98 Gross, Katheryn H. - 98, 194 Gutierrez, Carmella M. - 98, 112 Flaas, Christian - 98 Hakonson, Audrey C. - 98 Hanks, Chris J. - 98, 109 Hanlon, Jeanne M. - 98 Harbur, Julie A. - 98 Hargenrater, Richard L. Harper, George R. - 98 Harrington, Elyn C. - 99 Harris, Robert D. - 99, 115 Harrison, James D. - 99 Harrison, Kelly D. - 99 Hartway, Mike D. - 99 Hayden, Scott D. - 99, 126, 125 Hayes, Rachel M. - 99 Henderson, Leslie A. - 99, 194, 192, 142 Henderson, Mary K. - 99 Henins, Rita J. - 99 Henry, David C. - 99 Hill, Virginia E. - 99 Hoerr, Bryan D. - 99 Hoffman, Allan B. - 99 Hofmann, Christine M. - 99, 136 Hohner, Jacqueline T. - 99


Holcomb, John R. - 99 Hollabaugh, Karen E. - 99 Honnell, Emily C. - 99, 131 Howard, Carol ]. - 99 Hsu, Albert H. - 99 Hudgeons, Shanna K. - 99 Hull, Cynthia L. - 99 Humphry, Dave L. Humphry, Erank J. - 99 javorsky, Peter A. - 99 Jensen, Ellen J. - 99 Johnson, Christine M. - 99 Johnson, Mark D. - 99 Johnson, Mark M. - 99, 111 Jones, Cathleen Maria - 99 Jurney, Theodore L. - 99 Katko, Maurice L. - 97 Keaton, Greg L. - 97 Keel, Theresa M. - 97, 107, 194 Keller, James A. - 97, 115 Kent, Julie E. - 97, 120 Kern, Michael E. - 97 Keyser, Thomas K. - 97 Kidman, Sonya M. - 97 Kieltyka, Richard M. Kirby, Linda K. Klatt, Monty J. Knapp, Mary L. - 97 Koepke, Deana L. - 97, 120, 132 Kossar, Paul F. Kosty, Timothy P. - 97 Kottmann, Gerald E. - 97 Kraemer, Kimberly A. - 97 Kramer, Stephen P. - 97, 109 Ladish, Christine - 97, 112, 131 Larson, Karl Lathrop, Scottfield - 97, 139 Latimer, Roger G. - 97 Law, Nancy K. - 97, 138 Lawrence, John P. - 97 Lee, Charlton T. - 97, 205, 143 Leon, Jennifer D. - 97 Lewis, Kimberly D. - 97, 120, 131 Liebenberg, Kira J. - 97 Lindberg, Ann C. - 97 Lindemuth, Lisa D. - 97, 112, 135, 207 Lindman, Barbara A. Linke, Kathleen R. - 97 Littlefield, Gary W. Littlejohn, Laura J. - 97 Looney, Sheila R. - 97, 107 Louck, Samuel V. - 97, 116 Loughran, Glenn H. - 98, 111 Lucero, Theresa A. - 98 Lujan, Teri A. - 98, 119 Luke, Joseph A. - 98, 126 Lyons, Susan P. - 98 Mace, Scott P. - 98 Madland, Christian D. - 98, 122 Magnuson, Lillemore E. Mahoney, Carleen J. - 98 Maltrud, Ingrid L. - 98 Mann, Nathan A. - 98, 115 Marsh, Becky Sue Marshall, Jonathan P. Martinez, Antonio J. - 98, 115 Martinez, Jacqueline D. - 98 Martz, Joseph C. - 98, 192 Mattys, Paula L. - 98 Max, Fred C. - 98 McClannahan, Rory M. - 126 McClary, Sean P. McClellan, Patricia M. - 98 Meade, Kathleen M. - 98 Mechels, Susan M. - 99, 205 Mena, Andrea C. - 123 Merson, Linda J. - 99

Michael, Theodore P. - 99 Miranda, Ann S. Mischke, Rachel E. - 99, 192 Mitchell, Sabra S. - 100 Montgomery, Michele Marie - 100 Montoya, Chuck A. - 100, 122, 126 Montoya, Mark M. - 100, 126 Moore, John L. - 100, 115 Morse, Eric Addison - 100, 109, 125 Mortensen, Tamarah R. Mosley, James M. - 100 Mosley, John A. - 100 Moulton, Robert C. - 100 Muir, Stephanie - 100 Myers, Thomas A. Jr. - 100 Naivar, Chris L. - 100 Naranjo, Fidel J. - 100, 115 Naranjo, Laina E. - 100 Neeper, Tasha D. - 100, 142 Nelson, Erik R. - 100 Neudecker, Rebecca J. - 100 Ney, Luke A. Jr. - 100, 116 Nichols, Adam D. - 100, 135 Nicol, Jeffrey A. Nielsen, Jennifer M. - 100 O'Dell, David S. - 100 Oakley, Lisa B. - 100 Olcott, Mike L. - 100 Olive, Mark D. - 100 Ortiz, Patrick R. Ostrenga, Lois A. - 100 Owens, Brian D. - 100 Palanek, David M. - 100, 109 Palmer, June L. - 100, 135 Parker, Jack L. - 100, 115 Parker, William D. - 100 Parker, Zackery R. - 100, 115, 207 Paulson, David L. - 100 Pelzer, Tracy R. - 100, 135 Peters, Kari J. - 100 Peters, Kelly A. Peterson, Robert D. - 100 Pickett, Darryl Scott - 100 Pierson, Margaret A. Pinkston, Jennifer L. - 100 Plassmann, Joseph H. - 100 Poe, Lonny D. - 100 Polzer, Phillip L. - 100, 126 Powley, Gregory Joe - 100 Prueitt, Stanley D. - 100 Pryde, Michael John - 101 Quartieri, Chris L. - 101, 115 Quinones, Isabel Quinones, Valentin Quintana, Nina Yvette - 101 Radziemski, Timothy J. - 101 Ramiriz, Barbara J. - 101 Ramsey, Ann M. - 101 Ray, Brian D. - 101, 115 Reasner, Lori F. - 101 Reese, Tracey Lynn - 101 Reid, Erin K. - 101 Reiswig, George S. - 101 Reitmann, Leslie Ann - 101 Rice, Ann Marie - 101, 192 Richter, Alan W. - 101 Riley, James Francisco - 101 Robinson, Gary L. - 101 Rockwood, Bryan D. - 101, 205, 192 Rodenz, Nadine K. Rodriguez, Paul A. - 101 Rogers, Michelle D. - 101 Rojas, Victoria Ann - 101, 136 Ross, Alan B. Roybal, Erik C. - 101 Ruiz, Ronnie L. - 101, 135 Rush, Jeffrey T. - 101

Russell, Angela L. - 101 Rutten, Christopher P. - 101 Ryan, Christopher - 101 Sacoman, Angela D. - 101 Salgado, Dan P. - 101 Sanchez, Stacy D. - 101, 115 Sandberg, Jane C. - 101, 192 Sander, Todd Mark - 101 Sanders, Robert L. - 101 Sandoval, David L. - 101 Sandoval, Donald L. - 101, 115 Sandstrom, Mary M. - 101 Sapir, Amy Irene - 101 Schamaun, Tammy L. - 101 Schlosser, Lorraine Schneider, Lisa M. - 101 Schnurr, David William - 101 Schreiber, David Brent - 101 Schutz, Maria A. Sedlacek, William B. - 102 Seitz, Teresa J. Shankland, Susanna - 102, 188, 192 Shelton, Neal Jeffrey - 102 Shinn, Jennifer S. - 102 Shook, Cynthia M. - 102 Simundson, Deann M. - 102, 138, 144 Sinclair, Peggy L. - 102 Smale, Kevin P. - 102, 109, 126 Smith, Carol E. - 102 Sowell, Kathy - 102 Spencer, Sandra D. - 102 Spooner, Carl H. Srinivasan, Shankari - 102, 192, 142 Stelts, Steven Ross - 102 Stephens, James R. Stephens, Sandra A. - 102, 123, 131 Stevenson, Carol A. - 102 Stewart, Jo Ann - 102, 205 Steyert, Ann E. - 102 Stokes, Kelly Sue - 102, 119, 131, 179 Storm, Gregory B. - 102, 125 Storms, Steven A. - 102, 111 Stout, Ann Lisa - 102 Strong, Kathleen E. - 102, 188, 175, 192 Stuckey, Lindsay P. Swain, Marshal J. Taylor, Kay S. - 102, 123 Taylor, Len R. - 102 Thomas, Lynn M. - 136 Thomas, Teri L. Thorn, Chris W. Thurston, Alisabeth A. - 102, 188 Tobey, Kevin A. - 102 Tolmie, David E. - 102 Travis, Patti S. - 102, 119 Valdez, Patrick S. - 102 Vanderborgh, Beth D. - 102 Vergamini, Terrance M. - 102 Vigil, William Jay - 102, 143 Vikdal, Michael P. 102, 1, 135 Virchow, Paul R. - 102, 115 Visarriagas, Ernest E. - 102, 194 Visscher, Jonathan M. - 102 Wachocki, Catherine C. - 102 Wadstrom, Carol V. - 136 Wadstrom, Mark H. - 135 Wagner, David W. - 103, 115 Waldschmidt, David A. - 103 Waldschmidt, Robert L. - 103 Waller, Lance A. - 3, 205 Weber, Richard A. - 103 Welch, Frank J. - 103 Wewerka, Steven J. - 103 Wheat, Jody L. Whetten, Andrea T. 0 103 Whitaker, Naomi D. - 103 White, Laurice A. - 103

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Sophomores Alexander, Sarah B. - 82, 107 Allen, Christopher R. - 82 Anderson, Brent W. - 82 Anderson, Karl Eric - 82, 111 Anderson, Lee R. - 82, 207, 145 Andrae, Matthew J. - 82, 109, 70 Apel, Valerie C. - 82 Apel, Valerie G. - 82 App, Tim - Class 01 Appert, Adrienne - 82 Archuleta, Yvonne C. - 82 Armstrong, Ronald L. - 82, 129 Backsen, Michael S. - 82, 143 Baker, Kevin - 82, 116, 129 Bangerter, Jamie - 82 Barber, Franklin 1, - 82, 116 Barlich, Gary D. - 82 Barr, Cynthia L. - 82, 112, 132 Barr, Sandra M. - 82 Bartlit, John R. - 82 Bast, Christopher - 82, 111 Bates, Dennis J. - 82 Baumgartner, Bern - 82 Bayhurst, Scott L. - 82 Benavidez, Renee M. - 82, 132 Bennet, Kory - 83 Benson, Howard, M. - 82 Bequette, Laura J. - 82 Berry, David - 82 Berry, Frances J. - 82 Berry, Julimarie - 82 Bettinger, Janet L, - 82 Bibeau, Babette A. - 82 Blewett, Peter J. - 82 Bohl, Dehn L. - 83, 120 Boulden, Tonya L. - 83 Bowman, Lisa Lynn - 83 Boyer, Cheryl - 83 Brady, Lana M. - 83, 188 Brainerd, Pamela j. - 83, 136 Braithwaite, Scott - 83, 111 Bremer, Louis N. - 83 Broste, Todd W. - 83 Brown, Craig A. - 83 Brown, Gregory G. - 83 Brown, Jennifer S. - 83 Brown, Shelley D. - 83 Busch, John M. - 83 Butcher, Brian R. - 83 Butler, Brent M. - 83, 116 Cappis, Jay H. - 83, 109 Carlson, Philip L. - 83, 111 Carroll, David - 83 Casedy, Glenda - 83, 132 Cash, Lisa M. - 83 Caspersen, Alec R. - 83 Castore, Carolyn - 83 Catlett, Christopher T. - 83 Cernicek, Ann T. - 83, 112, 132 Chandler, Cynthia - 83 Chavez, Donald Chavez, Francesca T. - 83, 119, 120 Chavez, Regina A. - 83

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Gromek, Michael - 85, 111 Gurley, Arlin H. - 85 Gurley, David L. - 86 Guy, John D. - 86, 116 Haarmann, Tim - 85, 111 Hagan, Karen L. - 86 Hahn, Lawrence R. - 86 Haines, Doug - 86 Hand, David L. - 86 Hanks, Ronald S. - 86 Hardekopf, Catherine - 86 Harlow, John D. - 86, 116 Harris, Mark A. - 86 Harris, Marybeth E. - 86 Hart, Teresa A. - 86 Hathaway, David M. - 86 Havens, Terri J, - 86 Hecker, Lisa M. - 86 Heinberg, Leslie J. - 86 Henthorne, Sharon E. - 86 Hernandez, Darrek, Dean - 86, 116 Herrmann, Michele M. - 86 Hesch, Brian John - 86, 116 Hirons, Michael - 86 Hodges, Leona - 86 Hoffman, Audrey A. - 86 Hoffman, Benjamin D. - 86, 175 Hofmann, David A. - 86 Holland, Gavin D. - 86 Holt, Dana L. - 86 Hong, Steven S. - 86, 143 Honsinger, Patrick K. - 86, 116 Horn, Linda M. - 86 Hoyt, Andrea E. - 86 Hughes, Jeffrey W. - 86 Hughes, Lee Charles - 86 Humphrey, Rosanne L. - 86 Hunt, David - 85 Hunt, Kristin D, - 86, 188 Hunter, William J. - 86 Hutchinson, Frederic - 87 Hyer, Christopher K. - 87 Jackson, Paul S. - 87 Jackson, Tracy L. - 87 Jaramillo, John P. - 87 Jensen, Jan Lee A. - 87 Jett, Kathleen M. - 87 Johnson, Jennifer L. - 87 Johnson, Robert C. - 87 Johnson, Timothy J. - 87, 129 Jones, Lee Roy - 87 Jones, Steven J. - 87 juveland, Olaf K. - 87 Karpp, Edward R. - 87 Karpp, Richard R. - 87 Kearns, Cynthia j. - 87 Keller, John W. - 87 Kelley, Jeffrey D. - 87, 111 Kellner, MicJiael R. - 87 Kenyon, Matthew M. - 87 Kerr, Margot K. - 87 Kilczer, Eric V. - 87 Kilczer, Linda A. - 87 King, Debra N. - 87 Kirby, Morgan H. - 87 Kise, Debra J, - 87 Kjellman, Kjell, E. - 87, 143 Klapetsky, Robert - 88 Klein, Kimberly M. - 88, 120 Koenig, Kimberly A. - 88 Kostick, Eman Lee - 88 Krause, Mathias K. - 88 Kruse, Teri L. - 88 Kwei, Erica N, - 88 Larson, David W. Lazzaro, John J. - 88, 116


Leeches, Candice A. - 88, 131 Leif, Mike J. - 88 Lillberg, Vanessa E. - 88, 132 Lindman, Susan E. - 88, 132 Lindstrom, Bobbi Jo - 88, 132 Lockhart, Margaret T. - 88 Loree, Kristen M. - 88 Lucero, Linda C. - 88 Lujan, Bertha M. - 88 Lynch, Chris F. MacDonald, Ian F. - 88, 116 Machen, Patricia A. - 88 Maier, Alycia R. - 88 Malenfant, Laura M, - 88 Maley, Paul K. - 88 Mann, Jocelyn A. - 88, 175 Maret, Nancy I. - 88 Marsh, Alan - 129 Marsh, Zeeann D. - 88, 131 Marshall, Dana J. - 88 Marshall, Tamara L. - 88 Martinez, Jeannette E. - 88 Martinez, Jenny L. - 88, 131 Martinez, Patricia A. - 88 Martinez, Ralph A. - 88 McAfee, Sean P. - 88, 109 McCabe, Catherine M. - 88 McClendon, Kay A. - 89 McComas, Deedra L. - 89 McCormick, Barbara J. - 89 McCormick, Kimberly D. - 89 McDonald, Eric B. - 89 McDow, Eric D. - 89, 116 McGehee, Martha - 89 McKown, Douglas G. - 89 McLellan, Brian R. - 89 McNeill, Lori A. - 89 Meade, Julie A. - 89, 132 Medina, Ramona M. - 89 Meier, Gregory T. - 89 Mena, Ismael A. - 89, 109 Merit, Nancy - 107 Meyerchristians, Victoria - 89 Milder, Dudley R. - 89 Miller, Russell E. - 89 Miller, Tim A. - 89 Minor, Kristen - 89 Mitchell, Steven P. - 89 Montoya, Leroy M. - 89, 116 Montoya, Monica M. - 89 Montoya, Patricia A. - 89 Moore, Sarah J. - 89 Morris, Christopher R. - 89 Morris, John S. - 89, 116 Morris, Paul M. - 89 Morrison, Shaun M. - 89, 175 Morrow, Steven B. - 89, 116 Morton, Byron L. - 89 Myers, Frank M. - 89 Naivar, Mark A. - 89 Ney, Charles P. - 89 Nick, Krista Lee - 89, 107 Nickel, Annalisa P. - 89 Nickols, Todd J. - 90 Norton, Lauren E. - 90 Novak, Curtis E. - 90 Nunez, Cecilia - 90 O'Dell, Ross A. - 90, 116, 126, 125 Odom, Stefani L. - 90 Olcott, Brian D. - 90 Oliphant, Julia K. - 90 Ortiz, Alfred J. - 90 Osborne, David M. - 90, 116 Pack, Allen H. - 90 Paffenroth, Kim - 90, 188, 205 Papps, Paula K. - 90

Parker, Alexander N. - 90, 122 Parkinson, Ian - 90 Patterson, Hal J. - 90 Patterson, Kim L. - 90 Patton, Donald D. - 90 Peacock, Katherine P. - 90 Peaslee, Robert A. - 90 Peters, Chrestine - 90 Pillay, Gautam - 90 Platt, Van Michael - 90 Polzer, Megan A. - 90 Poore, Robert T. - 90 Prewitt, Micheal S. - 90 Quillmann, John W. - 90 Rael, Gary D. - 90 Rasmussen, Curtis W. - 90, 129 Reed, Karen B. - 90 Reese, Jody A. - 90 Reisfeld, Melanie Rhodes, David W. - 90, 116, 129 Richards, Daniel R. - 90 Rochester, John A. - 90 Rodgers, Kim A. - 90 Roepke, Kristina T. Romero, Martha - 91 Romero, Terry D. Roush, Laura - 91 Roybal, Michelle R. - 91 Rutherford, Timothy N. - 91, 143 Rutledge, Dawn A. - 91 Rutten, Julie M. - 91 Sandoval, Jeffrey J. - 91 Sandoval, Margaret M. Saxman, Karl A. - 91 Schermer, Michael H. - 91 Schillaci, Michael A. - 91 Schleft, Bill A. - 91 Schmidt, Walter J. - 91 Schnurr, Dean M. - 91 Sedlacek, Bruce A. - 91 Shamu, Caroline E. - 91 Sharp, Raeanna R. - 91, 138 Sheldon, Julia R. - 91 Shipley, Martin E. - 91, 128 Siemon, Ron E. - 91, 145 Siverts, Dirk E. - 91 Smith, Joe - 91 Snider, Garrick W. - 91, 140 Sofaly, Cheryl D. - 91 Stable, Lee H. - 91 Steedle, Robert S. - 91 Steinkamp, Cynthia L. -91, 194 Steinkruger, Michele M. - 92 Stephens, Annette M. - 92, 131 Stevens, Anne C. - 92 Stewart, Dennis R. Stokes, Steven J. - 92 Stuppy, Laura J. - 92 Sutton, Carolann A. - 92, 144 Swain, Joyce M. - 92 Swanson, August A. - 92 Talley, Eric L. - 92, 116, 70 Tape, Sean R. - 92, 111 Tesmer, Jeffrey R. - 92, 111, 191 Thomas, David M. - 92 Thomas, Kimberly R. - 92 Thomason, C. Michele - 92 Thompson, Kirk P. - 92 Thurston, Kerri A. - 92 Tibbetts, M. Dawn - 92, 120 Torres, Gretchen K. - 119, 120, 142 Tremblay, Michael D. - 92 Trujillo, Luis P, - 92, 116, 129 Trujillo, Steven P. - 92, 115, 116 Tubb, Tracy L. - 92 Tyler, Rainer - 92

Valdez, Myra L. - 92 Valentine, John D. - 92, 139 VanBuren, Wade M. - 92, 116 VanHaaften, Alicia M. - 92 Vergamini, Anthony J. - 92 Vidrine, Kimberly K. - 92 Visarriagas, Adelina R. - 92 Voos, Timothy M. - 92 Voss, Hans William Vote, Sean Andrew - 92, 116 Vrooman, Amanda - 92, 112 Wadlinger, Joan M. - 92 Waggle, Karen Lynn - 92 Wakefield, Richard L. - 92, 145 Waldschmidt, Rosemary L. - 92 Wallace, Victor S. - 93 Walther, Douglas E. - 93 Wampler, Terrance L. - 93, 128 Wampler, Valerie K. - 93 Warren, Roger J. - 93, 116 Weddle, Paul M. - 93 Welsh, Catherine A. - 112 Whitcomb, Mark A. - 93 White, Kristine L. - 93, 112 Whittemore, Pamela C. - 93, 120 Williams, Barbara A. - 93 Williams, Michael G. - 93, 145 Williams, Timothy P. - 93 Wilson, Susan M. - 93 Wirth, Janet S. - 93 Wood, Stephen T. - 93 Woodson, Carlos L. - 93 Yasuda, Todd C. - 93, 191 Young, Christopher L. Yusnukis, Ronald J. - 93 Zongker, Todd A. - 93 Bennett, Kory J. Comito, Andrew C. Luu, Ha T. - 88 Luu, Vinh - 88 Metzger, Elizabeth D. Nguyen, Phong T. - 89 Orbesen, Karen A. Romero, Martha E. Sen. Ainsworth, Robin F. Soph. App, Timothy Jun. Archuleta, James D. - 94, 75 Jun, Chiles, Richard C. - 95 Sen. Fulgenzi, Norma Jean - 35 Soph. Storm, Michael F.

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