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'97 Pull Coach, Mark Dittmar, signals the next move.

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first time i r B h r e e y e a r s T I B ^ W d 1997 Pull Team brought home a victory popping five Even Year pits in a short 42 minutes. JjH ter weeks of heated gehder^debate, stos and hard work the 97th annual Pull begin. S o i l t e a m s showed up reaSfy to enter their to discover a rope that could both trenches. Pullers and B B E H H f v a i t e d over an hour for the ofdelivered by a maintenance

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"Fall" in the SAC This past fall drew record crowds to many Social Activities Committee events. To start off the year, SAC hosted a Labor Day Picnic in the Pine Grove, featuring tye dying and the Russian Folk and Roll band, LIMPOPO. Winants Auditorium had many sold-out performances, especially during the showing of movies like "Jurassic Park" and "The Lion King". Homecoming moved a bit off the beaten path this year, as SAC sponsored a Hayride Hodown at Tusink's Farm. Students went on hayrides, went through a haybarrel maze, and even learned a few country line dances. "A Good Run of Bad Luck" appeared as the fourth annual Casino Night, where students packed their pistol to come try their luck at the card tables. All of this hard work payed off for the committee, as they were nominated for the 1995 N A C A Associates' Choice Award for outstanding programming organization.

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Extensions of Hope Years ago, students were welcomed to Hope College as they passed through the "gate" on College Avenue in front of Graves Hall. At one time, the campus was restricted to that space; but with the tremendous growth in the past decades, we have spread our wings to include a new library, science center and math and business buildings. Yet, the growth of the college hasn't stopped there. We now have the Knickerbocker Theatre and the Art Annex located on 8th Street that are Hope owned and run. And just this^ past fall were the ribbon cutting ceremonies for the new DeWitt Tennis Center down on Fairbanks. But we haven't quit yet. This |3astj spring began a one year project that will result in a new residence hall/conference center on 10th Street. The continued growth of the student body will only result in e r e a t e i ^ x t e n s i o n ^ f ^ u H community.

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Sara VanderLink and Sara Stephen battle for the best before being flung back into place while trying their hand at the Bungee Run.

While trying to wrap up another year at Hope College, students were able to cure being dazed and confused with medicine provided by SAC at Spring Fling 1995. Classes were dismissed in the early afternoon allowing students to enjoy the food and festivities held in the Pine Grove. A picnic served by creative dining gave students the energy to become a kid again or become a circus acrobat as they enjoyed games like the Ball Crawl, AcroBungee, Sumo Wrestling, Bouncy Boxing and the ever popular Bungee Run. As day turned to chilly night, activities moved to the Civic Center where all enjoyed hilarious comedian Adam Ferrara and the spectacular sounds of The Fabulous Flashbad^i ^ t u a e n t s laughed and twisted themselves into a weekend of studying before final exams. m

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Elise Abernathy Poli Sci/Comm Dearborn, MI

Sharyl Achterhof Religion Fairfax, VA

Monica Ackerson Poli Sci/Comm Sunfield, MI

Frederick Allen Biology Des Plaines, IL

Matthew I. Allen Communication Troy, MI

Laurie Ann Almeda Social Work Troy, MI

Lisa Anderschat German Cincinnati, OH

Amy Antrim Special Ed (L.D.) Clarendon Hills, IL

Heidi K. Apol English Farmington Hills, MI

Kristin Armbruster

Brian Arnoldink Accounting Kalamazoo. MI

Kim Baker Religion/ Psychology Battle Creek, MI


Michelle Beecham

Andrew Ball Business Administration Holland, MI

Nancy Barta Social Work Midland, MI

Amy J. Becker

Brenda L. Bendict Dance Midland, MI

Ryan S. Bennink Physics/Mathematics Mason, MI

Sarah Birch Physical Ed/Psychology Kalamazoo, MI

Kari Blair Elementary Education Spring Lake, MI

Josh Blunt English Vicksburg, MI

Keri Boeve Social Work Holland, MI

Tom Boeve Philosophy Grand Haven, MI

Carrie Borchers Psychology Toledo, OH 35


Katherine L. Borton Dance Hinsdale, IL

Jeffery Bos Business Administration Portage, MI

Kim Bosch Business Administration Holland, MI

Feler Bose Chem/Engineering Physics India

John R. Bouws Accounting Holland. MI

Adam Breit Business White Lake, MI

Chad E. Brines

Corie Britton Religion Holland, MI

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Michelle Brown Special Ed/ Elementary Akron, MI 36

Susannah R. Budd International Studies Covert, MI

Emily Butler Language Arts Comp Nashville, MI

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Brian Calandra English Hillsborough, NJ

Kuirsta Campbell Physical Education Reed City, MI

Dana Caranci Math-Sci Comp/Education Berrien Springs, MI

Jeffery J. Carlson Physical Education Pinckney, MI

Kristin Carlson Physical Education Spring Lake, MI

Megan Carpenter Biology Ypsilanti, MI

Michael CanChemistry Portage, MI

Jennifer Chilcoat Music Columbus, OH

Alison Clark Lang Art Comp/Educ Zionsville, IN

Kristin E. Clark

Kristen Marie Cline Business Ad/Communication Marshall, MI

Amy Cobler Social Work Muskegon, MI


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Melany Coopmans Psychology Holland, MI

Thomas R. Cotts English Hamilton, MI

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ÂŁ Blake Stanton Crawford Business Grosse Pointe, MI

Scott Crawford Psychology/ French Gladwin, MI

Tania D'Silva Psychology Australia

Rachel Dahl Communication Zeeland, MI

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Chris de Haan

Jennifer Dean Social Work Montague, MI

Teresa Deer Psychology Cadillac, MI


Tammie Renee DeGroff Business Administration Holland, MI

Channa DeKam Bus Administration/Econ Kansas, MO

David DenHaan Chemistry Indianapolis, IN

Amy M. Dennis Religion Columbus, OH

Heather DeVries Psychology/ Biology Grand Rapids, MI

Dirk DeWitt

Erin Dillenbeck English Grand Rapids, MI

Anna Dillivan-Sazanova Communication/English Moscow, Russia

Kip E. Doezema Business Administration Grand Rapids, MI

Kathleen Dominiak Dance Whiting, IN

Susan Elizabeth Duimstra Nursing Grand Rapids, MI

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Tracy Duros Communication Jenison, MI

Lisa Eacker English/Education Muskegon, MI

David Eaton History Newtown, CT

Chris Eckert Physical Education Berea, OH

m Stephen J. Eckert Religion New Brunswick, NJ

Steve Engel Biology Greenville, MI

Emily Erickson Chemistry Des Plaines, IL

Kristie Evans Comm/Women's Studies Traverse City, MI

David J. Evenhuis Philosophy

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Wendy L. Evert

Angela Fagerlin Psychology Belding, MI


Blair Farwell Business Ad/Communication Lake Bluff, IL

Amy Ferris Political Science Dowling, MI

Eric Foster

Stella B. Fowler

J Amy Catherine Fox Pol. Science/Sociology Mt. Pleasant, MI

Michael Frederick

Kristin Freye Biology Muskegon, MI

Brandon Hans-Delor Froysland

Malachi Gallegos Business Administration Grand Rapids, MI

Radena Georgieva

Kate Gingras Chemistry Muskegon, MI

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Shane Goldwood Physical Education Plainwell, MI

Sara Gortsema

Paulette Greenfield Biology Redlands, CA

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Jill Gronowski Chemistry/ Biology Brighton, MI

Gregg Gruizenga English Phys/Business Adm Ada, MI

Christopher Gryzen Bus Ad/Economics Hudsonville, MI

Kata Gurski Biology Novi, MI

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Carl Haan Music Lansing, IL

Scott A. Hall

Theresa Hamilton Social Studies Composite Coldwater, MI


Ryan E. Harmsen

Tara Harbison Business Administration Hastings, MI

Renee Harris Psychology Deltory, MI

Sarah M. Harrison Psychology Auburn, MI

Heather Lynn Haveman Elem Ed/Humanities Holland, MI

Kristin Hawes English Addison, MI

Jeff Hazard Poli Science/ Religion/Ed Muskegon. MI

Josh Hegg Political Science Holland, MI

ISS Lisa Helder Humanities Composite Hopkins, MI

Heather Helmus Elementary Education Holland, MI

Laura Hendrix Business Administration Holland, MI

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Janet Hernandez Communications Williamsburg, MI

Heather Hilbelink Social Work Elkhom, WI

Brook Louise Hilleary Psychology North Muskegon, MI

Jenifer Hodge Science Composite Traverse City, MI

Patricia Hoff Bus Admin/Psychology Minnetonka, MN

Chris Hofland Special Ed/EI Holland, MI

Lisa Joy Hofman English Holland, MI

Jenner S. Hogan Social Work Caro, MI

Megan Holden Psych/Sociology Composite Kingwood, TX

Dirk Hollebeek

Tami Holleman Business Administration Grand Rapids, MI

Ben Holmes Physical Education Traverse City, MI

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Meridith Hudson Psychology Evanston, IL

Rich T. Hui Biology Wyoming, MI

Jennifer A. Humm English/Soc. Secondary Ed Kentwood, MI

Craig Ikens Political Science Rogers City, MI

Kristi Inman Elementary Education Sturgis, MI

Mamie Ivan English/ Spanish Midland, MI

Ventzislav O. Ivanov Econ/Bus Adm Sofia, Bulgaria

James G. Jacobson Philosophy St. Petersburg, EL

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Michelle Johnson B iology/Chemistry Watervliet, NY

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Christine Kaiser Biology Wayne, MI

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Lisa Kamphuis Social Work Jenison, MI

Reginald W. Kapteyn

Lynette Karboske Dance/Psychology Ludington, MI

Joel Keas Bus Administration Grand Rapids, MI

Margaret E. Kelly Chemistry Muskegon, MI

Stephanie Kimble Psychology/Sociology Traverse City, MI

Jennifer Kirk Social Work Delton, MI


Kevin Klaasen Math/Economics Holland, MI

Kimberly Kleiman Political Science Portage, MI

Matthew Kline Psychology/ Music Schoolcraft, MI

Kraig Martin Kloostra

Cheryl J. Kolk

Katina Konkol History Frankfort, IL

Michael Kooistra

Jason L. Kooyer Psychology Holland, MI

Kirk Krahn Communications Plainwell, MI

Deborah Kramer Math Education Goodrich, MI

Cheryl A. Kreinbring Biology/Chemistry Kalamazoo, MI

Stacy Kronemeyer Social Work Holland, MI 47


Jeanne Kuhajek Chemistry/ Biology Crystal Lake, IL

Rhonda L. Kuiper Math Grand Rapids, MI

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Donna Levy Dance Therapy Downers Grove, IL

Craig Lison Business/ English Spring Lake, MI

Nicki Mannes Social Work Grand Rapids, MI

Lori Marcussen Psychology Dyer, IN

Martha Miller Biology Clio, MI

Laurie Martin Special Education Wappinger's Falls, NY

Darrin Masselink Physical Education Holland


Michael Matison Chemistry Middleville, MI

Mark Maxson Communications Pittsford, MI

Jodie McGee Business Administration Saugatuck, MI

Matt McLouth Biology Shelby, MI

Todd David McWethy Biology Downers Grove, II

Lisa A. Meengs Eng/Poli Sci Petosky, MI

Amy Merkel Accounting Berrien Springs, MI

Julie Meyer Biochemistry Bloomington, MN

Brandy Middleton Psychology E. Grand Rapids, MI

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Season Michalowski Communications Orland Park, IL


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Leesa Miller

Michael Miller Theatre Grand Rapids, MI

Michelle Miller Psychology Traverse City, MI

Regina T. Miller Bus Adm/English Wynantskill, NY

Robert Miller Religion Traverse City, MI

Kathy Mixer Communication Muskegon, MI

John Molina Pol Sci/Spanish South Gate, CA

Craig Monette Political Science Muskegon, MI

Rachel Moore

Laura Morrison Biology Grand Rapids, MI

Stephanie Morrow English/Communication Granville, OH


Marina Moschos Political Science Dallas, TX

Shannon Moses Chemistry Mt. Prospect, IL

Duane S. Mroczka

Garret J. Mulder English Queensbury, NY

Jay A. Mulder Physical Education Hudsonville, MI

Hiro Muneta Biology Japan

Sara K. Murphy Theatre Niles, MI

Amy C. Murray Sociology Taylor, MI

Wendy Murray Psychology/Music Spring Lake, Ml

Melanie S. Myers Language Arts South Bend, IN

Jennifer Nash Music Perf./Music Ed. Walden, NY

Melissa Neckers Sociology Grand Rapids, MI


Eric Nicholie Education/ Business Bellaire, MI

Jason J. Nichols Biology Clarkston, MI

Jeffery Norder Computer Science Dolton, IL

C. Justin Nottingham

Louis J. Nykamp

Carrie O'Dowd Special Education Marshall, MI

Molly O'Rourke

Kristine A. Oppenhuizen

Shelly Ortell Math/Sci Comp/Elem Ed Brookfield, WI

Thomas S. Osborn Physical Education Sault St. Marie, MI

Krista Jo Ostema-Greendyke Communication Orland Park, IL

Kathryn Nicholas Psychology/ Religion Decatur, IL

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Dawn Overbeek Language Art Comp/ Educ Grand Rapids, MI

Colleen Parrett Biology Columbus, OH

Carrilyn Pavowski Biology/Chemistry Des Plaines, IL

Scott Pederson Physical Education Western Springs, IL

Kate Pendergast English Kalamazoo, MI

Ryan Peters Biology Spring Lake, MI

Julie M. Petros Social Work Stevensville, MI

Laurel J. Pierce Psychology Barrington, IL

Anna Pomp Social Work Holland, MI

Karen J. Poore Psych/Soc Comp Kettering, OH

Shana Ouverson Communications Holland, MI


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Alyssa S. Postmus Physical Education Grand Rapids, MI

Stephanie Tina Pratt Music South Haven, MI

Jason Prince Psychology Downey, CA

Jill Pursifull English Traverse City, MI

Allison Pyle Political Science Whitehall. MI

Matthew J. Rapp

Lana Ravesloot Psychology Peru, IN

Dominic M. Reister

Debra A. Remington

Liz Reynolds Sociology/Women's Studies Chicago, IL

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Jason A. Ruckert Biology/English Centreville, MI

Rob Royer Biology Colorado Springs, CO

Amy Rossio Engineering Wilmette, IL

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Steven R Schewe Business Administration Kalamazoo, MI

Kathy Schoon English/Psychology Fremont, MI

Rebecca Schuham Physical Education Elmhurst, IL 55


Jenny Schultz Nursing Clinton Twp., MI

Heather Shank Communications East Jordan, MI

Amy Simon

Jeffery S. Schurman Religion/Psych/Soc Comp Holland, MI

Adam D. Schwartz Political Science Oakland, NJ

Karen Sepura Music Perf/Pol Science Spring Lake, MI

Aditi Sharangpani Chemistry/ Biochemistry Holland, MI

Bart D. Shrode Biology Midland, MI

Joanne Marie Sill Elementary Education Novi, MI

Eric H. Skoien

Heather Marie Skoien Spanish/Psychology Lake Bluff, IL

Amy Smit Biology/Physical Education Middleville, MI

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Tonya Smith Accounting Shipshewana, IN

Mellissa Stephenson Dance Kalamazoo, MI

Scott Swartz

Laura Beth Snoap Vocal Music Ed./Math Richboro, PA

Logan C. Southfield Accounting Litchfield, MI

Stephanie Spurway Business Administration Indianapolis, IN

Wendy Straw Social Work/Psychology Stanton, NJ

Mary Sullivan

Pete Suminski Business Adm Standish, MI

Kathryn H. Sweeterman

Kristen Swope Social Work Portage, MI

Kristen Sytsma Biology Seattle, WA 57


Wesley Taba Psychology/ Religion Kalaheo, HI

Kent Taylor Accounting Grand Rapids, MI

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Michelle Torsky Business Administration Mesick, MI

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Jennifer L. Ueltzen

Krista L. Underbill Theatre Norway, MI

Lisa Van Hoboken

Jill Van Singel Nursing Holland, MI

Brian Van Zanten Biochemistry Gobies, MI

Heather VanDeHoef English Libertyville, II

Stephen Vandenberg Phys Ed/ Biology Wyckoff, NJ

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Todd D. VanderVeen Business Administration Muskegon, MI

Michael VanderWilt Psychology Sarasota, FL

David L. VanFarowe

Chrisje VanLonkhuyzen Education Alma, MI

Keely VanTil Physical Education Grand Rapids, MI

Jill K. VanVossen Language Arts Composite LaGrange, IL

Jeffrey J. Vedders Communication Fremont, MI

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iMichelle Vince Social Studies Composite Haslett, MI

Leah Vis Social Work Holland, MI

Stacey Vlietstra Social Work Kalamazoo, MI 59


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Nicole Weerstra Language Arts- Elem Ed Spring Lake, MI

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Barry Bandstra Religion

Merrie Bannink Student Development

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Maria Bumatowska-Hledin Chemistry & Biology

Mike Butterworth

Gary Camp Director of Admissions

Dave Carothers Mathmatics

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Laurie Engle International Education

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James Motiff Psychology

Judith Motiff French

Tony Muiderman Business Administration

William Mungall Chemistry

Phillip Munoa Religion

David Myers Psychology

Fumihito Nakajima History/Lan Classical Dept

Roger Nemeth Sociology

Nancy Nicodemus English

Joyce Nielsen Library Circulation

Theodore Nielsen Communications

John Norden Regional Advancement Dir

Jacob Nyenhuis Provost

David O'Brien Librarian

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Kelly Osborne Classics

Barbara Osbum College Advancement

Ben Patterson Dean of Chapel

Bruce Pearson Mathmatics

Graham Peaslee

Timothy Pennings Mathematics

Larry Penrose History

Anthony Perovich Philosphy

Jonathan Peterson Geology

James Piers Soc/Social Work

William Polik Chemistry

Stuart Post Admissions

Lynne Powe Alumni Relations

Dennis Renner Communications

Thomas Renner Public Relations

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Maura Reynolds Language Dept & Advising

Jack Ridl English

Robert Ritsema Music

Julio Rivera Dance

Dinean Runyan Asst Director Career Services

David Ryden Political Science

Elizabeth Sanford Chemistry

Andrew Santangelo Physics

Carl Schackow Education

Peter Schakel English

Barbara Schipper Dir of Conference Services

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Todd Schuiling College Advancement

Michael Seymour Chemistry

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Leonard VanWyk Mathmatics

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Kathleen Verduin English

Allen Verhey Religion

Larry Wagenaar Joint Archives

Hubert Weller Spanish

Leslie Wessman Education

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Karla Wolters Physical Education

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PERSONALITIE HIS IS MY ANCHOR OF Hope for the future of the people." ~A.C. Van Raalte Milestone invites you to a lesson of history, the history of Hope College. # Each building is different in personality, complementing each other because of their distinguishing characteristics. â&#x20AC;˘ An education is not just learning about the present, but under standing the past and celebrating where we are today. # W e hope you enjoy the incredible story to follow, i


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TART I n 1847, citizens f r o m the Netherlands created settlements in Michigan, Illinois, Wisconsin and Ohio. One year later, "Holland" Michigan platted as a "village". K n o w i n g the success of the settlement depended upon the education of it inhabitance, the Reverend A.C. Van Raalte donated a tract of land in 1850. Later to be

k n o w n as "The Five Acres", the small plot was designated to become a site for "The Academy". In 1851, "The Pioneer School", the first educational institution in the new settlement, formally opened, and two years later was to be controlled by the General Synod of the Reformed Church in America. It was just four

short years later that this building. Van Vleck Hall erected on "The Five Acres". At that time. Van Vleck Hall was the total college, housing dorms. classrooms, the chapel, the library, and administrative offices. Currently, Van Vleck Hall houses both Freshmen and Sophomore women within its historic walls.


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T . first freshman class, a mere 10 in number, m a t r i c u l a t e d in 1862, only to be followed by 133 more freshman classes. And with the growth in people had to come the growth of the institution. In 1859, "The Five Acres" enlarged to 16 acres and was designated "The College Campus". Philip Phelps, Jr. was elected as the first

president of Hope College, and today John H. Jacobson sits in his place as the 10th president of the college. Growth had its benefits. The Charter of Incorporation as a College of Liberal Arts was granted to Hope in 1866 by the State of Michigan, leading to the First Annual Commencement in the schools history. Some years past.

and the campus continued to flourish with the cornerstone laying of G r a v e s Library and Winants Chapel in 1892 Today the 103 year old building is the home of the Department of Modern and Classical Languages, and Winants Auditorium is used as a lecture hall and the campus movie theatre.


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1AUN TING H ope p o s s e s s e s c h a r a c t e r that has marked it since its beginning, and that character has evolved, while the core remains. The character of Voorhees Hall has also evolved. In 1907, the Elizabeth R. Voorhees

Girls R e s i d e n c e was dedicated. It was one of the few things established for the women of Hope College. The collegiate National Honor Society Mortar Board (Pi Sigma Alpha) was also established to celebrate women and their

excellence in academics. Today, both men and women share that honor. Today, Voorhees Hall is also shared by both men and women, and is most often remembered for its annual Haunted House during Halloween.


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WORSHIP Edward D. Dimnent was elected the fifth president of Hope College in 1918, and would be honored 71 years later when the Memorial Chapel (dedicated in 1929) would be renamed "Dimnent Memorial Chapel". The chapel houses two beautiful organs which are used by students and faculty for the annual Hope College Vespers and occassional

recitals. The pipe organ located in the balcony of the chapel is a Dutch Tracker Organ, brought over seas from the Netherlands. The balcony also displays the beautiful "Rose Window", a delicate stainglass work of art presented as a gift f r o m the g r a d u a t i n g Class of 1916. Soon a f t e r the foundation of the college, chapel services

were held three times a week. Attendance was mandatory, and if you were absent or tardy you were disciplined. But times have changed. This year marked the re-birth of the chapel service. The optional services held three times a week are alive and full of energy, (thanks to the work of a wonderful new staff) and seeing more students and faculty than ever before.


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nother president of Hope College was elected in 1945. Dr. Irwin J. Lubbers shared with his students that "It is my firm conviction that Hope College can serve this day and generation only by inculcating upon young lives those virtues and values which have been the hallmarks of the Chris-

tian scholar." L u b b e r s Hall was formerly known as the science building, as the engravings on the outer perimeters show. It was later renamed Lubbers Hall after our seventh president. Today, Lubbers embodies the social sciences and humanities, as well as the communica-

tion department which through its TV studio is able to produce cable shows for the Holland area. Lubbers Loft is often used as a meeting place for faculty, and students occassionally have literary readings there as well.


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LEARN T h e early 1970's brought yet a n o t h e r president to office. In 1972, Gordon J. Van Wylen was elected ninth president of the campus. As he saw it, "The mission of Hope College is to offer, with recognized excellence, academic programs in liberal arts, in the setting of an undergraduate, residential coeducational college and in the context of the

Christian faith." To f u r t h e r the academic excellence of the institution, the Van Wylen Library was built and completed in January of 1988. This facility holds over 265,000 volumes under its roof, as well as the archives of the City of Holland. Also developed for our new study space was the "Anchor Chair", made to increase produc-

tivity and keep blood circulation moving while trying to study. The chair pivits, anchoring either on its front or back. Students are even able to easily access copy machines, bathrooms, elevators and reference librarians simply by locating the "blue" wall on each floor.


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LOOK T a k e one last look at the lOth Street block between College Avenue and Columbia as you know it. The spring of 1995 began the transformation of the Hope College look. The Admissions house, which was completed in 1988 will be the only remaining building on the street. Most of the other houses will be relocated to an-

other spot on campus, such as "greek row" for the Arcadian's, Kappa Chi's and Emersonian's. The Chaplain's Office (Keppel Guest House) will be moved to a new lot as well, and some of the remaining houses may be torn down. But what is all the commotion about? It is the ground breaking of the new Haworth Conference Center.

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THE CHAPEL CHOIR James Morrow, conductor SOPRANO Emily Appleby Ann Barry Heidi Bronkema Jennifer Chilcoat Teresa Deer Shelly Ortell Krista Ostema-Greendyke Anne Scheiber Lisa Schrock Amanda Schuld Acacia Schut Beth Snoap Angie Strey Sura Ter Beek TENOR Jeffrey Amlotte Rob Anderson Henry Chen Tom Goodhart Manohar Joshi Reginald W. Kapteyn James Palmer Jonathan Schakel Stephen Tobias Kent Wattleworth

THE COLLEGIUM M U S I C U M James Morrow, conductor ALTO Alison Beukelman Mary Boelkins Kelly Jo Gould Tara King Kristen Knippenberg Rhonda Kuiper Meg Morgan Sara Murphy Jeanmane Redenie JoSi'l *&%ÂŁ,{. Janet Tate Kristen Thomasoh Dana Underwood Heather VanDeHoef Julie Zwiesler BASS Robert J. Abbott Steven Beukema A. Woodrow Bynum Kyle DeYoung Justin Fink Daniel Fischer Gregory Folkert Daniel Hansen Matthew Hierholzer Peter Houlihan Peter Kurdziel Thomas Poole Jonathan Pott WlUdlOil RuWUiU Michael Vander Wilt Marc Van Soest

THE SYMPHONETTF S. Russell Floyd, conductor VIOLIN I Jennifer Nash Chad Gifford Derek Walvoord Tammy Kumphuis Kari Vandrese Dirk Joldersma ^ Mary Lu l a s

^IOLAJ* Mami Kato Shannon Werner

CELLO Karen Sepura Jamie Kempkers BASS Matt McKenzie FLUTE Annette Daniels Kevin Joldersma PERCUSSION David Evenhuis

OBOE Julie-Butts Knstin Clark

| fLARlNET HP' Carrie Maines Karen Pai adis BASSOON Juliane Klopp Kristina Eden HORN Marka Cross Sarah VanHarken Julie Meyer Miriam Garcellano TRUMPET Sarah Wentzloff Allison VanLonkhuyzen TROMBONE Kolin Redman

SOPRANO Ann Barry Heidi Bronkema Jennifer Chilcoat Allyson Pickens

ALTO Alison Beukelman Kelly Gould Julie Mickey Janet Tate

TENOR Manohar Joshi Ryan Nace James Palmer

BASE Daniel Hansen Peter Houlihan Michael Vander Wilt

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THE ORCHESTRA S. Russell Floyd, conductor VIOLIN Melissa Berends Kimberly Boersma David Chamin Jonathan Chen Audrey Coates Elizabeth Dickinson Chad Gifford Cynthia Hofland Dirk Joldersma Tammy Kamphuis Shannon Land Mary Lucas

Peter Jennifer Nash, concertmaster Sarah Nicies Kari Vandrese Heidi VanLangevelde Derek Walvoord Elizabeth Wesselink VIOLA Mami Kato Carolyn Perry Lisa Hoogenboom CELLO |L| Maitliew Allen Benjamin Gibney Lisa Hughes Jamie Kempkers Dara Nykamp Karen Sepura | Matthew Steensma BASS Matthew McKenzie Kyle Ritsema Justin Zegenus FLUTE Annette Daniels Karie Kropp Jennifer Nelson Kevin Joldersma

CLARINET Vivki Folta Ryan Janus Carrie Maines Christa Stern OBOE Jamie Bridenstein Julie Butts Kiersten Krause BASSOON Kristina Eden JulteKlopp HORN Marka Jo Cross K allien ne Drake Miriam Garcellano Julie Meyer Rebecca Olds Dawn Samsell Sara VanHarken Kathleen Vos TRUMPET David Brzezmski Brian Coyle Bruce Formsma Kate Gingras Sara Wentzloff

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TROMBONE Kolin Redman Todd VanderVeen Anthony Wiikerson s TUBA Jeff Veddei s PERCUSSION Scott Hazard Michael Lemorie Benjamin Mills


THE COLLEGE CHORUS James M O I T O W . conductor SOPRANO Ann M. Barry Jacqueline Chapman Angle deFore si Erik a Dianis, Kathy F a n s l e r ^ Susan (3|rmain Leigh Ann Goodln : Julie Grahmann Angela Hartman Christine Herman Shannon Hoekwater Aubrey Howe Kristin Kelly Martha Langnutir Laura McCraine Mindy Miller Angela Neitring l u ^ A l l y s o n Pickens Debbie Rimbo C Gretchen H, Rumohr Erin Schiller Karlye Schmitt 9 Sue Schroeder Anita Shoemaker Shannon Slawson Jennifer Smith Theresa Spencer Kara Sporer Courtney L. Stack

Danielle Thorp Julie Tracy Kathleen Verdiun Lara Wagner Carrie Waterloo Annette Weiss Corine Widi Jenny Wilson Katy Wing Janna Winn ^ Crystal Wright Julie Zarambo TENOR Kelwin Bakker Jeff DeKuiper Paul A. DeYoung Thomas Goodhart Scott A. Lemmen Michael Lemorie Michael Meyer Trung Phan Nathan Schuch Todd Schuiling Norman Steen David Voss Skipp Yowler

ALTO Anamaria Alvera Lisa Anderschat Kristi Bakker Gertrude Castillo Jenni Cllne Carolyn Cooke Kathy Corcoran Summer Crosby Traiy Datte Kirstui Foss Miriam Garcellano Lydia Hadden Maria Hernandez Megan Holden Kim Kuite Jennifer Melin Keri Mendoza Miluska Monroy Nancy Mulder Amy Myers Natash Norris Yvonne Oliphant Julie C. Pat out Michelle Piel Becky Ponka Stephanie Tina Pratt Carol Bechtel Reynolds Dinean Runyan Renee Saar

Barb Steen Barbara Stegink Amy Stilwell Marie Tsuji Anita VanEngen Kuria VanWieren y S a r a VanderLind Marc! VanDyke Courtne\ Ward Elizabeth Wesselink BASS B.J. Berghorst Henry Bierling Rob Doering Donald Keller Mark LaChonce Nathan Mihalek David Nicholson Hank Ottens Jason Sanicki Steve Scholten Matthew Scholtens Micah Sjoblom Gordon S t e g i n l ^ f Jeremy S t o e p k e ^ g Bruce TerBeek I Aaron VanderWege Leslie Workman Jason Young

THE SYMPHONY BAND S. Russell Floyd, conductor BARITONE SAXOPHONE WendyMurray

FLUTE Rachael Anson Alison Beukelman Lora Clark Jessica Densborn Amanda Hill Karie Kropp Laura Listenberger

FRENCH HORN Miriam Garcellano Julia Huffman ; Rhonda Kuiper Julii^j|FIeyer Ryan Nace Rebecca Ponka I Sajah VanHarken

CLARINET Francis Anderson Dina Deliyanides Jill Floyd Vivki Folta Jodie Grabill Canie Maines Martha Miller Karen Paradis Christa Stem

TRUMPET | David Brzeznski Dan Capps Kate Gingras Bill McGovern Jeff Norder Sarah Wentzloff Derk Zwart

BASS CLARINET Teresa Friedrich

TROMBONE Kolin Redman Todd VanderVeen Anthony Wilkerson

OBOE Kristin Clark Theresa Hansen

TUBA Jeff Vedders

BASSOON Kristina Eden Julie Klopp ALTO SAXOPHONE Justin French Ryan Janus

PERCUSSION Michelle Knauff . Mirhapl I pmnric

Lori Madaus James VanNoor

TENOR SAXOPHONE Tammy Kamphuis Jennifer Semanco THE JAZZ ENSEMBLE Brian R. Coyle, conductor TROMBONE Peter Beckman Jaiies Knapp Kolin Redmond Anthony Wilkerson TRUMPET V l John Anderson Jeff Norder Ryan Wilcox A n Andrew Wright Andy Lorenz SAXOPHONE Bob Dietz Justin French Ryan Janus Julie Klopp Dan Styf RHYTHM SECTION Steve Dumont Matthew Fouts Michael Lemorie

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HIGHLIGHTS HOPE VOLLEYBALL RETURNS 10 LETTER WINNERS

Front row, f r o m left to right: Jean Kegerreis, Kelly Etheridge, A b b y N e i n h u i s , Marcie Bujack, C h r i s t i e E d i n g , J e n n y Petscher; m i d d l e row: assistant coach Shelly Bareman, m a n a g e r Russell Lundberg, Michelle Werkman, Sheree McFarland, W e n d y Evert, Elizabeth De Harm, A m y Docter, coach A m b e r Warners; back row: Stacy J o h n s o n , Jodi Royer, H e i d i Van Wieren, Sara Keeler, Melissa Sheldon, Kuria Van Wieren, Beth Hoezee, Rachel P o s t m u s .

"Being the only senior on the team, I ~ WOMEN DUTCH ARE FIRST TO USE NEW WOOD

had fun being a leader and role model FLOOR IN DOW ~ BETH HOEZEE IS NAMED PLAYER

for the team.

I just couldn't

imagine

The Record Books CALVIN DEE HOPE 3-2 KALAMAZOO DEE HOPE 3-1

OF THE WEEK ~ TEAM PLACES 4TH IN LEAGUE

college without

HOPE DEE ALBION 3-1

sports."

WITH A 7-5 RECORD! ~ BETH HOEZEE AND

HOPE DEE CALVIN 3-0 ALMA D E F HOPE 3-2

MICHELLE WERKMAN MAKE FIRST TEAM ALL

HOPE D E F OLIVET 3-0

MIAA

KALAMAZOO DEF HOPE HOPE D E F ALBION 3-0

Wendy Evert

ALMA D E F HOPE 3-2

Co-Captain

HOPE D E F OLIVET 3-0 HOPE DEF ADRIAN 3-0

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SEASON — HIGHLIGHTS

Tim D i m o c k m a k e s a n incredible tackle to stop the gain of a first d o w n .

TEAM FINISHES 4TH IN LEAGUE WITH A 2-3

"Playing football

has taught

m e the

RECORD ~ MALACHI GALLEGOS IS NAMED TO

importance

of team-work

and hard

DEFENSIVE FIRST TEAM OF DON HANSEN'S NA-

work, which I feel is crucial

in

TIONAL WEEKLY FOOTBALL GAZETTE ~ FLYING

today's

work force.

My experiences

The Record Books HOPE 21

WHEATON 24

HOPE 19

DEPAUW 0

HOPE 24

WABASH 7

HOPE 3

AURORA 3

HOPE 20

KALAMAZOO 14

HOPE 6

ALMA 10

HOPE 12

ALBION 35

HOPE 13

ADRIAN 14

DUTCH AMONG NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEADERS

with football

have been the greatest IN 1994 ~ RAY SMITH ANNOUNCES HIS RETIRE-

tirnes here at Hope.

I will never regret

MENT AS FOOTBALL COACH AFTER 25 SEASONS

anything

that has happened

in

~ DEAN KREPS NAMED DUTCH HEAD COACH

football,

for I was able to share my

experiences coaches

with all my teammates,

and loved ones." Malachi Co-Captain

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Front row, f r o m left to right; Eric T h o m p s o n , Rob Royer, D u a n e Mroczka, Brian DeKorte, Jeff Majzel, Bill Kowal, C h a d Miller, Russ Woodyk, Malachi Gallegos, John Jobson, Jason Gibbs, D o m i n i c Reister, M a r k Maxson, Mike Yared, Dean Rosendall, Tom Wilkins, Fred Allen, Dan Brady, C h r i s Eckert; second row: Berrett Alger, Josh Bruwer, Dylan Crotty, Tim Dimock, C h a d Bolema, Kenny Byard, Ron Friel, Bob Sikkema, Nick Ward, Rich Kesteloot, Derek Babin, Brian Bainbridge, Jason Hall, Sean Davis, Jesse Creotty, Travis Buth; third row; Scott DeKuiper, Jason Shattuck, Jared Vickers, Mike Volkers, Kyle D e H o r n , Tim H e n e v e l d , Nick D o o d , D o u g Gle, Jeff Amlotte, Jeremy Norris, Brad Feenstra, Brandon Doroh, Jim Smith, Jason Bays, C h a d Barcheski, Todd Kloster, Craig Maki; f o u r t h row: Matt Fewless, M a r t y Landes, Troy Davis, Rick Alvesteffer, Nik Banchoff, Brad Bolton, Brandon G r a h a m , Tim Dykstra, Trevor Starnes, Steve Sanders, Steve Oursler, Tom Doran, H o w i e Berberick, M a r k Hoekstra, Todd Lingbeek, Jon Bastian; fifth row: Mike Smith, Bryan Boodt, Travis Halliwill, Steven Bushouse, Luke Terry, Jason N i e z u r a w s k i , Justin Griffin, Jeff C o m f o r t , Tom B o n n e m a j u s t i n Albertson, Jim Tobias, Matt Johnson, Steve Jurgens, D.J. H a m m i n g , M a r k Stubbs, Sam Vail; sixth row: A d a m O s m u n , Lou Raj, Paul Lindale, Matt L u h m a n n , Jim Walker, Josh McManis, Paul Rose, Jason Windeler, R a n d y A m e s , Kevin N a s h , A n d y Pierce, Brock Myers, Troy Hayes, Aaron Otis, Brett D u n n i n g , Michael Mead; seventh row: Sean Talsma, Marty Maier, Brett Kohler, Jim Shields, Craig Maki, W a d e McConnell, Todd Hornsby, Rick Frens, Ryan O'Connell, C h a d Bays, Pat Collins, Joal Smith, John O'Brien, A a r o n Birsen, Kevin Valdes; eighth row: Travis Williams, Nic Holtvluwer, Luke Jones, Alex Fedototszkin, Jeff H o n d o r p , Jeremy H o g u e , Brent Buckingham, Matt Fewless, C a m Catrell; back row: athletics physician Dr. James Lemire, trainer Laurie Chesney, head coach Ray Smith, assistant coach G e o r g e Kraft, s t u d e n t assistant coach Jay Mulder, assistant coach Dean Creps, assistant coach Tom Cassell, assistant coach Jim VanderMeer, assistant coach D o u g Smith, e q u i p m e n t m a n a g e r G o r d o n VanderYacht, s t u d e n t m a n a g e r Chris Jones.

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SEASON HIGHLIGHTS WOMENS SOCCER IS FIRST TEAM TO LAUNCH

"It was a difficult

transitional

season

Front Row, f r o m left to right: Kim Shull, Lindsay Matheny, Paulette Greenfield, S h a n n o n Hibbs, Melissa O ' C o n n o r , Trish Voss, L a u r e n O ' D o w d , m i d d l e row: Mari Kissinger, Beth H o p m a , Kris H o l w e r d a , L e a h M c A l p i n e , H o l l y Criswell, W e n d y Carroll, Caryl Scott, Kim Nolan, Katherine Pauls, Kara Vander K a m p ; back row: h e a d coach Stein Slette, assistant coach Anne I r w i n , T a m m i e D e G r o f f , M e g H o p k i n s , Lisa K n o t t , S a r a H u t c h e s o n , Tracy P h e l p s , Kate Verhey, Shelly Kuyers, m a n a g e r Julie Spence and s t u d e n t assistant coach Scott Modisher.

1994 SPORTS SEASON ~ TEAM FINISHES 4TH IN

for the team, but we played strong LEAGUE WITH 7-4-1 RECORD ~ KARAVANDER

The Record Books HOPE 0

KALAMAZOO 3

HOPE 1

ALBION 1

HOPE 2

CALVIN 1

HOPE 2

ALMA 0

HOPE 6

OLIVET 0

HOPE 2

ADRIAN 0

HOPE 2

KALAMAZOO 3

HOPE 0

ALBION 1

HOPE 1

CALVIN 4

HOPE 6

ALMA 2

Kara VanderKamp

HOPE 7

OLIVET 0

Co-Captain

HOPE 1

ADRIAN 0

and we played well." KAMP IS NAMED TO FIRST TEAM ALL-MIAA AND

TO MIDEAST ALL REGION SOCCER TEAM ~

PAULETTE GREENFIELD IS NAMED TO SECOND

TEAM ALL-MIAA

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SEASON — HIGHLIGHTS TEAM FINISHES 1 ST IN MIAA WITH 10-1-1 RECORD

"/ have never been part o f a team ~ FLYING DUTCH DEFEAT NUMBER 1 RANKED

where so many different

individuals

OHIO WESLEYAN - VICTORY IN SHOOTOUT AD-

and personalities

came together

...

VANCES HOPE TO QUARTER FINAL ROUNDS ~

and were successful.

Hope College

DUTCH TRAVEL TO OSHKOSH, WI FOR NCAA DI-

Soccer will he a life-long memory for VISION III QUARTER FINALS ~ TEAM ADVANCES

me. FARTHER THAN ANY HOPE TEAM IN 28 YEAR HIS-

TORY ~ STEVE SMITH IS NAMED MIDEAST SOC-

CER COACH OF THE YEAR ~ BLAKE RICHARDS

IS NAMED SOCCER ALL-AMERICAN

Chris Hofland Co-Captain

208

Front row, from left to right are: Chris Hofland, Bryan D e w e y , Aaron Dean, Blair Richards, S t e v e n Coy, R y a n G r o u l x , C h r i s Riker, Christopher Dombrowski, RJ. Huizenga, Ben LaBarge; middle row: manager Dan Sweetser, Tom Akland, Phung Yam, George Landolt, Matt Herriman, Kevin Lewis, Aaron Angeli, Jeff S t r a u t s , Jim Becher, J a s o n Currie, Scott M c D o u g a l l ; back r o w : assistant coach Lee Schopp, student assistant coach Erick Chittle, Grant W i l h e l m , N a t h a n Kronewetter, Josh Meersma, Tyler Williams, John Conlon, Paul Rosenbrook, Brad Laskowski, Brad Pragratis, Blake Richards, coach Steve Smith.

The Record Books HOPE 3

KALAMAZOO 1

HOPE 2

ALBION 2

HOPE 2

CALVIN 0

HOPE 1

ALMA 2

HOPE 3

OLIVET 0

HOPE 5

ADRIAN 0

HOPE 2

KALAMAZOO 0

HOPE 2

ALBION 1

HOPE 3

CALVIN 1

HOPE 1

ALMA 0

HOPE 5

OLIVET 1

HOPE 10

ADRIAN 0

HOPE 2

AQUINAS 0

HOPE 2

KENYON 1

HOPE 2

OHIO WESLEYAN 2

HOPE 0

WISC. OSHKOSH 0


Ryan Groulx reaches a new high in his soccer game.


SEASON — HIGHLIGHTS

Pictured, from left to right, are: Coach Jane Holman, A m y Troendly, Kristen Cline, Amy Volkers, Jill Fischer, M i n d y Shilts, N a n c y Kennedy, Anne Colenbrander and Casey Ford

HOPE PLACES 2ND IN THE MIAA STANDINGS ~

"After winning

the MIAA championship

KRISTEN CLINE AND NANCY KENNEDY PLACE IN

for three consecutive

years, a second-

TOP 5 IN MIAA AND MAKE FIRST TEAM ALL-MIAA

place finish was a "down to earth" ~ KRISTEN CLINE IS INVITED TO COMPETE IN THE

experience.

at LENAWEE 2. HOPE 488

We learned to depend on NATIONAL WOMEN'S COLLEGIATE GOLF CHAM-

eachother

The Record Books

and learned from our

at MARSHALL 2. HOPE 486 at PINE RIVER 2. HOPE 478

PIONSHIPS, THE THIRD CONSECUTIVE YEAR A

teammates

strengths

and weaknesses.

at GRAND RAPIDS 2. HOPE 453

HOPE GOLFER HAS BEEN INVITED

/ believe the season was a complete success,

as we learned more about

at TOM AC WOOD 3. HOPE 477 at KALAMAZOO 2. HOPE 497 at WINDING CREEK 2. HOPE 455

ourselves,

golf and friendsh ips." Kristen Cline Captain


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Pictured, from left to right, are: coach Robert Ebels, Frank Gauntt, John Walsh, Bryan Fix, K e v i n Freng, Brian White, Bryan Formsma, B r a n d o n F r o y s l a n d , D a r e n K e n c h , Les Williamson, Jay Prasad, A d a m Henkel, Ryan Cerny.

HOPE PLACES 3RD IN THE LEAGUE WITH A 405.4

"For all my four years of play ing golf TEAM AVERAGE ~ DARRIN KENCH PLACES IN

for Hope College, I have had a great TOP 5 IN LEAGUE ~ FRANK GAUNTTAND

coach, great teammates, remember

at DUCK LAKE 3. HOPE 395

and will

DARRIN KENCH MAKE FIRST TEAM ALL-MIAA

always

The Record Books

the experience."

at PINE RIVER 3. HOPE 401 at BEDFORD VAL. 4. HOPE 419 at KALAMAZOO 3. HOPE 403 at FOREST HILLS 5. HOPE 423

John Walsh at WINDING CREEK 1. HOPE 381

Senior

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SEASON HIGHLIGHTS DUTCH QUALIFY FOR NCAA NATIONALS AND

Front row, from left to right: Ellen Schultz, Laurel Plotzke, Ellen Byland, Audra Martin, Rebecka Trachsel, Sara Carpenter; middle row: Katie Stanger, Sara Rop, Michelle Knauff, Julie O'Brien, Susan VanderWeide, Tien Do, Marie Matchett; back row: a s s i s t a n t c o a c h Nick Kramer, A m y L e a t h e r m a n , Sarah Decker, Tammy B o u w e n s , Jenifer H o d g e , Stephanie Oatis, Kami Datema, coach Mark Northuis.

ARE 9TH AFTER GREAT LAKES REGIONAL

TEAM PLACES 2ND IN MIAA ~ CROSS COUNTRY

The Record Books PROGRAM HONORED FOR ACADEMIC EXCEL-

LENCE BY NCCCCA ~ FLYING DUTCH PLACE

12TH AT NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP AND 6TH IN NCAA

DIVISION III ~ MARIE MATCHETT PLACES 55TH

AS HOPE'S HIGHEST FINISHER AT NATIONALS

A iny Lea tlter m a n Co-Captain

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HOPE INVITATIONAL 1. HOPE 30 GLCA 1. HOPE 24 MIAA JAMBOREE 2. HOPE 43 ANDERSON INVITATIONAL 1. HOPE 22 OSHKOSH INVITATIONAL 2. HOPE 48 GRAND VALLEY INVITATIONAL 1. HOPE 17 MIAA JAMBOREE 2. HOPE 41 MIAA CHAMPIONSHIP MEET 2. HOPE 45 NCAA DIVISION III REGIONAL 2. HOPE 64 NCAA DIVISION III CHAMPION. 12. HOPE 275


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Front row, from left to right: Jim Forsyth, Jon Reeves, Brian Van Zanten, Dan Bannink, Aaron Vande Wege, Dale Furst; Middle row; Jeremy Bogard, D a v i d Schrier, Tim Franklin, Xavier Lopez, Richard Maples, Erik Carpenter, Tom Horling; back row: assistant coach Nick Kramer, Peter Emery, Scott Derby, Ryan Sullivan, Greg Folkert, Jeff Brown, Joe Fritsch, Jesse Graf, Mike Cranmer, coach Mark Northuis.

with the

HONORED FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE ~ DAN

dedicated

and hard working

people on

BANNICK AND ERIC CARPENTER ARE NAMED TO

Hope College's Cross Country

team.

THE SECOND TEAM ALL-MIAA

They have made my competitive experience

unforgettable,"

The Record Books HOPE INVITATIONAL 2. HOPE 54 GLCA INVITATIONAL 2. HOPE 74 MIAA JAMBOREE 3. HOPE 77 ANDERSON INVITATIONAL 2. HOPE 58 OSHKOSH INVITATIONAL I. HOPE 24 GRAND VALLEY INVITATIONAL 1. HOPE 31 MIAA JAMBOREE 2. HOPE 72 MIAA CHAMPIONSHIP MEET 2. HOPE 76 NCAA DIVISION III REGIONAL 9. HOPE 242

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"Although the season progressed

much

~ KRISTIN CARLSON NAMED 1995 MOST VALU-

along the same pathway

S e a t e d , left to right: S h e l l y K u y e r s , Tami Holleman, Lisa Timmer, Kari N y s s e , Alyssa Postmus, Kristen Carlson, Nicki Marines, Amy M e y e r s ; s t a n d i n g : s t u d e n t a s s i s t a n t Arin Neucks, student trainers Wendy Hughes and Zahra Ismaeli, Tara Porter, Dori Freeland, Kuirsta Campbell, Dana Smith, jayvee coach Wayne Tanis, assistant coaches Trish McMillian and Karen Bastien, head coach Tod Gugino.

as a

ABLE PLAYER AFTER BEING NAMED PLAYER OF

roller coster ride, there was one central THE WEEK 3 TIMES ~ SENIORS KRISTIN CARLSON

HOPE 82

KALAMAZOO 62

HOPE 55

CALVIN 53

HOPE 82

ALBION 74

the goal of the TEAM. Never

HOPE 89

OLIVET 41

~ SHELLY KUYERS MAKES SECOND TEAM ALL-

HOPE 46

ALMA 75

HOPE 87

ADRIAN 74

HOPE 60

KALAMAZOO 44

HOPE 67

CALVIN 59

HOPE 79

ALBION 65

HOPE 70

OLIVET 51

HOPE 61

ALMA 58

HOPE 90

ADRIAN 76

HOPE 72

ADRIAN 68

HOPE 54

CALVIN 43

HOPE 44

OSHKOSH 68

goal that bonded thirteen women AND NICKI MANNES MAKE FIRST TEAM ALL-MIAA

together:

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before have I witnessed

such a display

MIAA

of unselfishness

or been a part of a

group that was willing

to sacrifice

uncondi tionally." Kristin

Carlson

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"Our dream season of 26-0 say's a lot SUMMER BASKETBALL COMPETITION ~ HOPE

about the players

Seated, left to right: Marc Whitford, Kyle Plank, D o u g Schlaff, Duane Bosma, Tom Gortsema, A n d y Crocker, Jeff V a n F o s s a n , Brad D u i s t e r m a r s ; s t a n d i n g : c o a c h G l e n n Van Wieren, assistant coach Matt N e i l , student assistant Trevor Watson, David Meulenberg, Joel Holstege, Matt Spencer, Matt Brown, Kevin Brintnell, s t u d e n t assistant Scott Pedersen, assistant coach Tom Davelaar.

on this team,

PLACES FIRST IN LEAGUE WITH A PERFECT 12-0

Returning

the same squad from last RECORD ~ BRAD DUISTERMARS AND DUANE

year,

worked

extremely

hard and

BOSMA TOGETHER CAPTURE 6 OF 13 PLAYER OF

accomplished

the best

My

THE WEEK TITLES AND A SPOT ON THE ALL-MIAA

relationships

-with the players

(aid

FIRST TEAM ~ GLENN VAN WIEREN IS NAMED

coaches were the most gradijying, GREAT LAKES COACH OF THE YEAR ~ DUANE

giving me an experience

I will never

The Record Books HOPE 93

KALAMAZOO 49

HOPE 122

AQUINAS 79

HOPE 69

CALVIN 65

HOPE 91

ALBION 73

HOPE 94

OLIVET 81

HOPE 81

ALMA 69

HOPE 75

ADRIAN 59

HOPE 95

KALAMAZOO 84

HOPE 81

CALVIN 64

HOPE 80

ALBION 70

HOPE 82

OLIVET 69

HOPE 101

ALMA 80

HOPE 88

ADRIAN 66

HOPE 91

ALBION 79

HOPE 71

CALVIN 60

BOSMA IS NAMED MIAA MEN'S BASKETBALL

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SEASON — HIGHLIGHTS HOPE PLACES 1 ST IN MIAA WITH 5-0 RECORD ~

'7 think that this year has been 10 HOPE SWIMMERS QUALIFY FOR 26 EVENTS

awesome.

The team bonded together AT NCAA DIVISION III CHAMPIONSHIPS ~ TEAM

and overcame

a lot of obstacles,

but

HONORED FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE ~

mostly because we had fun!" HOPE SWIMMERS FINISH MIAA CONFERENCE

CHAMPIONS IN 11 EVENTS ~ DUTCH PLACE 5TH

AT NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS ~ 10 HOPE SWIM-

Stephen Albrecht, Kirk Assink, Troy Aumaugher, Steven Brenner, Scott Burgess, Rafael Diaz, Aaron Frank, Kevin Hartgerink^ Aaron Hoffman, Matthew Hollebeek, John Housenga, Shawn Kinser, Daniel Knapp, Bi Malpass, Derek Mazurek, John Methric, Jen • Milobinski, Bob Morford, Keith Nykamp. Daniel Pickering, Luke Pinkerton, Daniel Shelly, Derek VanderHeide, Jonathan Wierengo, Joseph Zupancic, John Patnott. Dave Bekker, Jim Mitchell

The Record Books HOPE 134

ALMA 92

HOPE 141

GRD VALLEY 107

HOPE 122

CALVIN 98

HOPE 110

E.MICHIGAN 122

HOPE 118

ADRIAN 54

HOPE 155

KALAMAZOO 81

HOPE 130

ALBION 95

WHEATON INVITATIONAL 1. HOPE 958

MERS ACHIEVE ALL-AMERICAN STATUS ~

ILLINOIS-MICHIGAN QUAD 1. HOPE 574 MIAA CHAMPIONSHIP MEET

KRISTEN HOVING CAPTURES THE GOLD MEDAL

1. HOPE 661.5 NCAA DIVISION III CHAMP. 5. HOPE 235

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A E M A 86

HOPE

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G R A N D V A L L E Y 84

HOPE

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C A L V I N 91

HOPE

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ADRIAN 36

HOPE

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KALAMAZOO

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ALBION 84

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SEASON HIGHLIGHTS

Kate Ckiy, Audrey Coates, Kathleen Gingras, Becky l.ucas, Wendy Murray, Alison Ray, Erin S o w e r b y , H e i d i V a n L a n g e v e l d e , Kathy VanTubbergen

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H o p e

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KALAMAZOO 5

HOPE

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OBERLIN, OHIO 0

HOPE

6

DENISON, OHIO 3

HOPE

2

DEPAUW, IND. 7

HOPE 9

ALMA 0

HOPE 8

ST. M A R Y ' S , I N D .

HOPE 9

ADRIAN 0

HOPE 0

KENYON, OHIO 9

HOPE 2

D E P A U W , IND. 7

HOPE 7

KALAMAZOO 2

HOPE 9

OLIVET 0

HOPE 8

ALBION

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Bret Cook, Steve DeVrieze, Dirk DeWitt, Bryan Fix, Jason Grimm, Joe Johnson, Evan Llewelyn, Jeff MacDoniels, Ryan Peters, Saum Rahimi, Paul Schmude, Rich Sturmfels, Steve Gorno

MEN'S TEAM HOSTS FIRST COLLEGIATE MATCH

"T/ie 1995 season marked

the

IN NEW DEWITT TENNIS FACILITY ~ FLYING

beginning

of a new era of Hope College DUTCH PLACE 3RD IN MI AA WITH A 4-2 RECORD

The Record Boohs HOPE 0

NORTHWOOD 9

HOPE 0

KALAMAZOO 9

HOPE 8

ALMA 1

HOPE 6

OHIOWESLEYAN 3

HOPE 0

DEPAUW 9

HOPE 7

WOOSTER 2

HOPE 9

OLIVET 0

HOPE 9

ALBION 0

Ryan Peters

HOPE 3

CALVIN 6

Co-Captain

HOPE 9

ADRIAN 0

HOPE 4

AQUINAS 5

Tennis," ~ STEVE DEVRIEZE, JEFF MACDONIELS AND

SAUM RAHIMI MAKE THE ALL-MIAA SECOND

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=— HIGHLIGHTS LADY DUTCH FINISH REGULAR SEASON IN 2ND

"Everyone on the team works hard to PLACE WITH A 9-3 RECORD ~ FLYING DUTCH

Front row, left to right: Heather Walters, Krister S w o p e , N i c k i Marines; s e c o n d r o w : Kelli DeHann, Laurie Byington, Wendy Moore, Sarah Frego, Wendy Kooiker, Cory Downing, Amy Moeckel; back row: Karla Wolters (head coach), trainer M e g Abfall, Lisa Timmer, Heather O z i n g a , Sara Stull, Evette Kortering, Jean K e g e r r e i s , M a r i k a H a w e s , Keri R o e l o f s , manager Shari Rau, assistant coach Barb Gras.

win and has fun in the process." CAPTURE MIAA TOURNAMENT GAIN SOLE POSSESSION OF CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP AND ARE NAMED TEAM TO HOST NCAA TOURNAMENT ~ KERI ROELOFS TIES THE HOPE SINGLE

The Record Books HOPE 12

ALBION 1

HOPE

ALBION 2

14

HOPE 4

KALAMAZOO

HOPE 7

KALAMAZOO

HOPE 0

ALMA 4

LAURIE BYINGTON, NICKI MANNES,

HOPE 0

ALMA 3

WENDY MOORE, KERI ROELOFS AND KRISTEN

HOPE 0

ADRIAN 2

HOPE 6

ADRIAN 1

HOPE 8

OLIVET I

HOPE 7

OLIVET 0

HOPE 11

CALVIN 1

HOPE 9

CALVIN 1

HOPE 12

ALBION 0

HOPE 15

ADRIAN 3

HOPE 1

ALMA 0

HOPE 3

CALVIN 2

SEASON RECORD FOR PITCHING VICTORIES ~

SWOPE NAMED TO ALL-MIAA FIRST TEAM ~ AMY MOECKEL AND LISA TIMMER NAMED TO SECOND TEAM ALL-MIAA ~ KARLA WOLTERS IS NAMED REGION'S SOFTBALL COACH OF THE YEAR

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"The baseball

team at Hope is, without

A 6-12 RECORD, PLACING THEM 6TH OVERALL

a doubt, a perennial

powerhouse

in the

Beau Batton, Jeremy Beard, Brad Bolton, Duane B o s m a , S t e v e Butler, K e n n y Byard, C h a d Casserly, D a r i n C o c o r a n , Tom D i x o n , Jim Dobbins, Kip D o e z e m a , Chris Dombrowski, M a l a c h i G a l l e g o s , C h r i s G r e i m a n , D.J. H a m m i n g h , Todd Hart, Mark Kuiper, Matt Kuiper, Eric Lindblade, Steve Marso, Joshua McManis, Matt McMurray, Mike Meeuwsen, John Norton, Ken Osborn, Tom Osborn, J.D. Osterhouse, Steve Oursler, Steve Schewe, Andy Sill, Pete Suminski, Brian Tucker, Drew Vinton, Keith Zoulek, Stu Fritz, Ron Boeve

~ MARK KUIPER MAKES ALL-MIAA FIRST

Division

III athletics.

/ am thankful

TEAM AFTER PLACING FIRST IN THE LEAGUES

to have been a part of outstanding BATTING AVERAGES AND SECOND FOR NUM-

coaches,

student

athletes

and

BER OF STOLEN BASES ~ K E N O S B O R N A N D

unbridled

success.

The team has been

DARIN CORCORAN MAKE SECOND TEAM ALL-

a family

to me, and I will forever MIAA ~ TEAM GRADUATES 8 SENIORS

cherish the friendships championships

and

that I experienced."

Darin Corcoran Pitcher

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The Record Books HOPE 1

OLIVET 3

HOPE 0

OLIVET 6

HOPE 1

OLIVET 9

HOPE 9

ALMA 6

HOPE 2

ALMA 3

HOPE 3

ALMA 2

HOPE 12

KALAMAZOO 0

HOPE 6

KALAMAZOO 5

HOPE 3

KALAMAZOO 3

HOPE 2

ALBION 3

HOPE 0

ALBION 5

HOPE 4

ALBION 7

HOPE 0

ADRIAN 2

HOPE 15

ADRIAN 4

HOPE 3

ADRIAN 7

HOPE 2

CALVIN 3

HOPE 7

CALVIN 8

HOPE 9

CALVIN 10


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SEASON HIGHLIGHTS LADY DUTCH FINISH 3RD IN MIAA WITH 2-2

"This has been a year where we have

Diana Bargy, Stacy Brown, Ellen Byland, Sarah Carpenter, Tamara Case, Kelly Etheridge, Sarah Fauth, Megan Gaither, Malia Havlicek, Amanda Hill, Julie H o l w e r d a , Margaret Kelly, Mari Kissinger, Erin Kocourek, Becky Maitner, Audra Martin, Marie Matchett, A m y Meyers, Stefanie Oatis, M e g h a n Oberly, H o p e O o s t e r h o u s e , Laurel P l o t z k e , Sarah R i c h a r d s , Rebecca Rolewicz, A m y Romin, Sarah Rop, Erin Schiller, Kathryn Schoon, Ellen Schultz, Rebecca Spencer, Rebecka Trachsel, A m y V a n A u k e n , Susan VanderWeide, Crystal Wright

RECORD ~ KELLY ETHENRIDGE, AMY MEYERS

come together

as a team while

The Record Books

AND STEFANIE OATIS NAMED ALL-MIAA TRACK

excelling

individually."

SPRING BREAK INVITATIONAL 7. HOPE 61

HONOREES ~ MICHELLE NEELIS NAMED TO THE HOPE INVITATIONAL NCAA DIVISION III ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM ~

1. HOPE 98 GRAND VALLEY INVITATIONAL

KELLY ETHENRIDGE TO COMPETE FOR NCAA

TITLE IN THE HEPTATHLON

Kathy Schoon

3. HOPE 72 HOPE 62

ALMA 83

HOPE 37

CALVIN 108

HOPE 100

ADRIAN 43

HOPE 117

ALBION 27

MIAA FIELD DAY

Captain

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SEASON HIGHLIGHTS FLYING DUTCH PLACE 4TH IN MIAA WITH 1-3

"I felt as though everyone

- the

RECORD ~ ERIK CARPENTER IS N A M E D TO THE

throwers.

Jumpers,

sprinters

and

NCAA DIVISION III ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM ~

distance

- had incredible

team unity."

ERIK CARPENTER A N D ERIC NICHOLIE A N D

Jon Adamson, Raney Ames, Paul Ballard, Daniel Bannink, Aaron Birsen, Jeremy Bogard, Bryan Boodt, Erik Carpenter, Michael Cranmer, Chris DeBoer, Chris DeYoung, Jim Forsyth, Rich Frens, Eric Friedman, Joe Fritsch, Dale Furst, Jonathan Gillesby, D o u g Gle, Brandon Graham, Tom Horling, Richard Maples, Phil Martin, Thapelo Matenge, Scott Morehouse, Joel Names, Eric N i c h o l i e , C h a d N y k a m p , Jon Reeves, Ryan Robison, Joel Smith, Logan Southfield, Matt S u l l i v a n , S c o t t S w a r t z , N i c k Ward, Matt Williams, Aaron VandeWege, Brian VanZanten, Josh Zondervan, Mark Northuis

The Record Books SPRING BREAK INVITATIONAL 5. HOPE 48 HOPE INVITATIONAL

NICK WARD N A M E D ALL-MIAA TRACK HONOR-

I . H O P E 86 G R A N D VALLEY INVITATIONAL

EES ~ ERIK C A R P E N T E R A N D ERIC NICHOLIE

INVITED TO C O M P E T E IN NCAA DIVISION III FI-

5. HOPE 75.5 HOPE 61

ALMA 93

HOPE 102

ADRIAN 51

HOPE 43

CALVIN 111

HOPE 62

ALBION 92

NALS

MIAA FIELD DAY

Eric Nicolie

4. HOPE 42

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A Abbott, Robert 85 Abdelwahab, Jalaa 85 Abernathy, Elise 34 Abfall, Margaret 69 Abfall, Meg 232 Achterhof, Cynthia 85 Achterhof, Sbaryl 34 Ackerman, Tara 85, 163 Ackermann, Kimberly 69 Ackerson, Monica 34 Adams, Steph 162 Adamson, Jon 238 Afarin, Afshin 85 Ahmad, Dennis 105 Akland, Tom 208 Albertson, Justin 205 Albrecht, Stephen, 226 Alexander, Jennifer 85 Alger, Barret 105 Alger, Barrett 17 Alger, Berrett 205 Aljabori, Sarah 85 Allee, Kerry 85 Allen, Elizabeth 105 Allen, Fred 205 Allen, Frederick 34 Allen, Matthew 34 Allis, James 32 Almeda, LaurieAnn 181 Altobelli, Melissa 105 Alvesteffer, Rick 205 Ames, Randy 205 Amlotte, Jeff 205, 17 Anderschat, Lisa 180, 34 Andersen, Janet 132 Anderson, Amanda 105 Anderson, Danielle 85 Anderson, Frances 105 Anderson, Kelly 69 2

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Anderson, Melissa 85 Anderson, William 134 Andresen, Bradley 105 Andretz, Rob 168, 172 Andrewes, Njord 105 Angeli, Aaron 208, 209 Anguilm, Wayne 69, 182 Ann, Laurie Almeda 34 Ann, Leigh Goodin 89 Anne, Mary Sydlik 142 Anson, Rachel 105 Antrim, Amy 34 Antvelink, Colleen 163 Apol, Heidi 164, 34 Appleby, Emily 69 Armbruster, Kristin 34 Arnold, Megan 163 Arnold, Sam 19 Arnold, Samantha 105 Arnoldink, Brian 34 Aschbrenner, Charles 132 Assink, Rita 69, 163 Atkins, Priscilla 132 Auer, Kathryn 105 Aumaugher, Alexander 69 Aumaugher, Troy 105 Auriemma, Anthony 105 Awadallah, Ali 105 Awwad, Hanan 24

B Babin, Derek 69, 205 Bach, Jane 132 Baer, Marc 132 Bainbridge, Brian 205 Bainbridge, Bryan 69 Baker, Kim 34 Baker, Laura 69 Bakker, Kristi 105 Bakker-Gras, Anne 132, 188, 192 Balcer, Kathryn 105 Ball, Andrew 35 Ball, Wesley 132

Ballard, Paul 105 Balrin, Brian 16 Banchoff, Nik 205 Banchoff, Nikifor 105 Bandstra, Adam 105 Bandstra, Barry 132 Bangert, Cammiew 163 Bangert, Camryn 69 Bannink, Dan 216 Bannink, Daniel 85 Bannink, Merrie 132 Barcheski, Chad 105, 205 Bareman, Shelly 202 Bargy, Diana 29 Bargy, Diana, 236 Barney, Christpher 132 Barr, Adam 85, 181 Barry, Ann 106, 174 Barta, Nancy 35 Bartuszevige, Anne 85 Bartz, Jeffrey 132 Bastian, Jon 205 Bastian, Jonathan 106 Bastien, Karen 218 Bateman, John 69 Bates, Jeff 106 Batton, Beau, 234 Bays, Chad 85, 205 Bays, Jason 69, 205 Beals, Rebecca 106 Beard, Jeremy 85, 234 Beaver, David 106 Beaver, Sara 196 Beaver, Sarah 162 Becher, James 106 Becher, Jim 208 Bechtel, Jennifer 85 Becker, Amy 35 Becker, Eric 85 Beckman, Peter 69 Beckner, Kristen 106 Becksvoort, Jami 85 Beecham, Michelle 35 Beekman, Curtis 69, 222 Beemink, Lisa 163 Bekkering, James 134 Belanger, Mary 85 Bell, Albert 132 Bendict, Brenda 35 Bennett, Bruce 85 Bennink, Ryan 35 Berberick, Howie 205 Berends, Melissa 86

Bergethon, Bryce 69, 192 Berman, Stacy 163 Betz, Chad 86 Beukelman, Alison 106 Beyer, Miriam 106 Bieliauskas, Nina 86, 163, 19, 10 Bierling, Rachel 86 Birch, Sarah 163, 35 Birsen, Aaron 205 Black, Jennifer 69 Black, Joy 69, 163 Blair, Julie 69 Blair, Kari 35 Blanchard, Carrie 163 Blankespoor, Harvey 132, 196 Blunt, Josh 35 Boelkins, Mary 173 Boersma, Jeremy 69 Boersma, Kimberly 106 Boersma, Paul 181 Boeve, Keri 35 Boeve, Tom 35 Bogard, Jeremy 106, 216 Bogard, Stacy 106 Bohnwagner, Kim 106 Bolema, Chad 70, 205 Bolo, Lindsey 106 Bolton, Brad 106, 205,234 Bombe, Michelle 132 Bonnema, Laura 106 Bonnema, Tom 70, 205 Boodt, Bryan 205 Booker, Linda 132, 13 Borchers, Carrie 35 Borton, Katherine 36 Bos, Jeffery 36 Bos, Lisa 86 Bosch, Kim 36 Bose, Feler 183, 36 Bosma, Duane 70, 20, 220, 221,234 Bosman, Calvin 106 Botke, Mican 86 Bouma-Prediger, Steve 132 Bouwens. Tammy 86, 214 Bouws, John 36 Bovenkerk, Stephen 86 Bovenkirk, Steve 192 Bowers, Melissa 70 Bowman, Joanna 86 Boyd, Sarah 70, 162


Boyer, Rodney 133 Brady, Dan 205 Brandt, Joel 86 Brass, Sarah 70 Breclaw, Katherine 70 Bredeweg, Matt 106 Breit, Adam 36 Bremer, Sara 86 Brenner, Sarah 106, 162 Brenner, Steve 106 Breukink, Kirk 86 Bridenstein, Jaime 107 Briggs, Alice 133 Brines, Chad 36 Brink, Irwin 133 Brintnell, Kevin 220, 221 Britton, Corie 36 Brockmeier, Jonathan 86 Brooks, Jen 165 Brown, Darrick 70 Brown, Heather 86 Brown, Jeff 70, 216, 217 Brown, Matt 220 Brown, Micah 107 Brown, Michelle 36 Brown, Stacy 107 Bruins, Sandra 133 Bruwer, Josh 107, 205 Brzezinski, David 107 Bucata, Jason 86 Buckingham, Brent 205 Buckley, Nathanael 86, 30 Budd, Susannah 36 Buikema, Nicole 70 Bujack, Marcie 202 Bull, Anthony 107 Bullard, Jacquelyn 107 Bullard, Jacquie 168 Bultman, Baars 133 Bur, Greg 86 Burgun, Kevin 107 Burke, Kristin 162 Bumatowska-Hledin, Maria 133 Burton, Elizabeth 86 Bush, Kelly 107 Bushouse, Steve 17 Bushouse, Steven 107, 205 Buth, Travis 86, 205 Butler, Emily 36 Butler. Thomas 36 Butterworth, Mike 133 Butts, Julie 174

Byard, Kenny 205 Byington, Laurie 70, 232 Byland, Ellen 214 Byland, Mark 86 Bylsma, Sarah 107, 4

C Cabansag, Karen 70, 163, 188, 222 Cade, Victoria 107 Calandra, Brian 37 Caldwell, Christopher 107 Camp, Gary 133 Campbell, Debbie 70 Campbell, Kuirsta 218, 37 Canavera, Cindy 70 Capps, Dan 107 Caranci, Dana 37 Card, Elizabeth 107 Carlson, Jeff 70 Carlson, Jeffery 37 Carlson, Kristen 218 Carlson, Kristin 20, 218, 219, 37 Carney, Casey 107 Carothers, Dave 133 Carpenter, Erik 70, 216 Carpenter, Katy 162 Carpenter, Megan 37 Carpenter, Sara 214 Carpenter, Sarah 107 Carr, Michael 37 Carroll, Wendy 206 Casey, Chris 87 Cassell, Matthew 107 Cassell, Tom 205 Castillo, Trudy 168 Cathey, Elizabeth 70 Catrell, Cam 205 Cerny, Ryan 212 Chapla, Erin 107 Chapman, Jacqueline 107 Charnin, David 70 Chatelain, Erin 87, 163

Checklick, Susan 87 Chelf, Lindy 87 Cherup, Susan 133 Chesney, Laurie 205 Chesser, Michael 87 Chilcoat, Jennifer 174, 183, 37 Childs, Ethan 108 Chittle, Erick 208 Choudhry, Hasan 87 Christenberry, Faye 133 Christensen, Pete 178 Christinidis, Mark 70 Clark, Alison 37 Clark, Kristen 178 Clark, Kristin 87, 37 Clarke, Matt 108 Clausen, David 108 Clay, Catherine 87 Clay, Kate, 228 Clements, Nicole 87 Cline, Jennifer 108 Cline, Kristen 210, 37 Coates, Audrey 87, 228 Cobler, Amy 164, 37 Cohen, Marcy 87, 168 Coleman, Kathleen 108, 19 Coleman, Matthew 87 Colenbrander, Anne 87, 210, 211 Collins, Elizabeth 108 Collins, Kimberly 108 Collins, Pat 205 Collins, Wali 27 Comfort, Jeff 205 Comfort, Jeffrey 70 Conlon, John 208 Connaire, Colin 71 Conway, Joan 133 Conway, William 87 Cook, Bret, 230 Cook, Kristine 108 Cook, Rebecca 87 Cook, Rebecka 108 Cook, Ryan 71 Cooke, Carolyn 71 Cooper, Melissa 162, 38 Coopmans, Melany 38 Corcoran, Kathleen 71 Corlew, Dale 108 Cotts, Thomas 38 Cousineau, Lindsay 108 Cox, Jason 16 Cox, John 133

Coy, Steven 108, 208 Coyle. Brian 133 Crandell, Brad 108 Cranmer, Mary 38 Cranmer, Michael 87 Cranmer, Mike 216, 217, 239 Crawford, Blake 38 Crawford, Justin 87 Crawford, Scott 183, 38 Crawley, Lauren 87 Creotty, Jesse 205 Creps, Dean 205 Crider, Michael 71 Criswell, Holly 206 Crocker, Andy 220 Cronkite, Donald 133 Crotty, Dylan 108, 205 Cupp, Teresa 87 Currie, Jason 208 Cwik, Daniel 87

D Dahl, Rachel 164, 38 Dahlman, Kevin 71 Daly, Erin 108 Danapilis, Chris 108 Daniels, Annette 71 Datema, Kami 162, 214 Datte, Tracy 108 Davelaar, Tom 220 Davis, Lucy 108 Davis, Sean 205 Davis, Troy 108, 205 Dawson, Thomas 38 Day, William 71 DeYoung, Robert 133 Dean, Aaron 208 Dean, Chanel 71 Dean, Jennifer 38 DeBoer, Chris 108 DeBruyn, Maxine 222 Decker, Rachel 163 Decker, Sarah 214, 215

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Deckinga, Gabriela 109 Deer, Teresa 32, 38 DeForest, Angie 109 DeGroff, Tammie 206, 39 deHaan, Chris 38 DeHaan, Elizabeth 109, 202 DeHaan, Kelli 233 DeHaan, Sander 135 DeHaan, Sara 109 DeHaan, Sarah 88 DeHaan, Susan 109 DeHann, Kelli 232 DeHom, Kyle 205 DeKam, Channa 39 DeKorte, Brian 205 DeKuiper, Scott 88, 205 Delcalzo, John 88 Deliyanides, Dina 71 DeirOlio, Andrew 135 DeMaagd, David 109 Demas, Brent 109 DenHaan, David 39 Denison, Rebecca 88 Dennis, Amy 168, 39 Dennison, Doreen 175 Dennison, Susan 71 Denniston, Doreen 168 Derby, Scott 109, 216 Dermody. Kelly 71 Derrick, Derrin 88 Dershem, Herb 135 Devries, Carrie 88 Devries, Debra 88 DeVries, Heather 39 DeVries, Rob 172 Devries, Robert 109 Devrieze, Steve 109,230 Dewey, Bryan 208 DeWitt, Dirk 3 9 , 2 3 0 DeWitte, Jon 109 DeYoung, Chris 88 DeYoung, Kyle 71 De Young, Mary 135 De Young, Robert 134 De Young, Sarah 71 Dianis, Erika 109 Diaz, Rafael 179 Dickie, Jane 135 Dickinson, Elizabeth 88 Dietz, Robert 109 Dillabough, Jason 71 Dillenbeck, Erin 39

Dillivan-Sazanova, Anna 39 Dimitrov, Hristo 71 Dimmick, Nick 71 Dimock, Tim 204, 205 Dingerson, Sarah 88 Dittmar, Mark 10, 39 Do, MiMi 163 Do. Mimi 88 Do, Tien 109, 214, 215 Doan, Lina 162 Dobbins, Jim 88 Dobosz, Jennifer 71, 180 Docter, Amy 202 Doering, Robert 88 Doezema, Kara 163 Doezema, Kip 39 Dombrowski, Christopher 208 Dominiak, Kathleen 30, 39 Donnelly, John 109 Dood, Nick 205 Dor, Jennifer 109 Doran, Tom 205 Doroh. Brandon 205 Doughty, Janet 180 Douglass, Kristen 71, 188 Downing, Corriine 88 Downing, Cory 232 Drake, Katherine 109 Drane, Becky 109 D'Silva, Tania 38 Duff, Victoria 88 Duimstra, Susan 39 Duistermars, Brad 220 Dunbar, Tammy 71 Dunkelberger, Karen 109 Dunning, Brett 109, 205 Durocher, Nicole 196 Duros, Tracy 40 Dykema, Cristie 88 Dykhuis, Brian 110 Dykstra, Tim 110, 205

E F Eacker, Lisa 40 Eaton, David 40 Eaton, Donna 135 Ebels, Robert 212 Ebert, Jana 110 Ebright, Kim 72 Ebright, Robin 72, 178 Eckelbarger, Hatti 72 Eckert, Chris 205, 40 Eckert, Stephen 40 Eden, Kristina 88, 174 Eding, Christie 110, 202 Edlefson, Kevin 110 Eicher, Steven 72 Eldred, Erik 72 Emerson, Nancy 135 Emery, Peter 110, 216 Enell, Jill 110 Engel, Steve 40 Engelsma, Cara 72 Engle, Laurie 135 Erickson, Emily 40 Eshuis, Jason 88 Essenburgh, Sue 28 Essenburgh, Susan 72 Essex, Keri 163 Etheridge, Allison 163 Etheridge, Daane 110 Etheridge, Kelly 110, 202 Evans, Kristie 40 Evenhuis, David 40 Evers, Vonda 40 Evert, Wendy 32, 202, 203, 40 Everts, Corey 110 Everts, Jenny 135

Fab, Christina az 110 Fagerlin, Angela 40 Faith, Hillary 110 Fansler, Katharine 88 Farwell, Blair 41 Fauth, Sarah 110 Federico, Sandra 72 Fedototszkin, Alex 72, 205 Feenstra, Brad 205 Feldkamp, Susan 135 Fent, Kathleen 72 Ferri, Paul 88 Ferris, Amy 188, 192, 22, 41 Fessenden, Pam 72 Fewless, Matt 205 Fiedler, John 141 Fiedler, Julie 135 Fine, Sarah 72 Fischer, Amy 89 Fischer, Daniel 72 Fischer, Jill 110, 210 Fish, Michael 89 Fisher, Lisa 110 Fix, Bryan 110, 2 1 2 , 2 3 0 Flinn, Nicole 89 Flory, Rebecca 89 Flowers, Amanda 89 Floyd, Jillian 110 Folkert, Greg 216 Folkert, Gregory 89 Folta, Vicki 72 Forbes, Jen 165 Forbes, Jennifer 72 Ford, Casey 210 Forester, Lee 135 Formsma, Bryan 212 Forsyth, Jim 216 Fortino, Alicia 89 Foss, Kirstin 110 Foster, Dan 89 Foster, Eric 41 Foster, Koryn 72


Fowler, Stella 41 Fox, Amy 183, 41 Franklin, Tim 216 Frederick, Linda 183 Frederick, Michael 41 Freeland, Dori 110, 218 Freeman, Elizabeth 111 Frego, Sarah 232, 233 French, Justin 111 Freng, Kevin 212 Frens, Jodi 111 Frens, Micki 72 Frens, Rick 111, 205 Freudenberg, Cori 181 Freudenburg, Cori 111 Freye, Kristin 41 Friday, Tiffini 89 Friedman, Eric 17 Friel, Ron 205 Friel, Ronald 72 Fritsch, Joe 89, 216 Frost, Richard 135 Froysland, Brandon 212 Fry, Amanda 111 Fujimoto, Naoya 25 Furst, Dale 89, 216

G Gabriel, Sheryl 172, 24 Gallegos, Malachi 204, 205, 41 Ganeff, Peter 89, 175 Garbrecht, Chris 111 Garcellano, Miriam 111, 174 Garvelink, Matt 72 Gaston, Jason 172, 179 Gatrell, Cameron 72 Gauntt, Frank 212, 213 Gauthier, Rochelle 73 Gebben, Kara 111 Geerdink, Jennifer 111 Geerlings, Renae 73 Geerlings, Suzie 111

Geib, Heidi 111 Gemmen, Sara 73, 163 George, Jennifer 111 Georgieva, Radena 41 Gerbens, Dan 135 Gerds, Allison 89 Gerhardstein, Rebecca 111 Germain, Susan 111 Geurink, Kristin 73 Gibbs, Jason 205 Gibney, Benjamin 111 Gibson, Clayton 73 Giere, Brian 111 Gillesby, John 73 Gimenez, Chad 89 Gingras, Kate 41 Gingras, Kathleen 228 Gipson, Janeen 111 Gle, Doug 205 Goebel, Julie 135 Goei, Rachael 111, 163 Goers, Peter 41 Goins, Allison 42 Goldwood, Shane 42 Gonthier, Peter 135 Gonzales, Alfredo 136, 182 Goodhart, Tom 111 Goodin, Lisa 112 Goorhouse, Amy 89, 222, 223 Gorter, Sarah 112, 168 Gortsema, Sara 42 Gortsema, Tom 220 Gosselin, Gabrielle 112 Gould, Kelly 73 Gould, Shannon 112 Grabil, Jodie 112 Graf, Jesse 216 Graff, Shannon 89, 163 Graham, Brandon 112, 205 Graham, Karen 73, 168 Grahmann, Julie 89 Gras, Barb 232 Grasman, Amy 222 Graybill, Patience 89 Green, Fonda 136, 180 Green, Monica 162 Greenfield, Paulette 196, 206, 42 GreenLeaf, Edwin 112 Greiman, Chris 73 Grevenstuk, Jess 112

Greydanus, Marissa 89 Grieme, Jennifer 112 Griffin. Justin 205 Grochoski, Justin 90 Groendyke, Brooke 90, 163 Gronowski, Jill 42 Groulx, Ryan 208, 209 Gruizenga, Gregg 42 Gryzen, Christopher 42 Guest, Jessie 162 Gugino, Tod 218 Gurski, Anya 90, 180 Gurski, Kata 196, 42 Guy, Kathryn 73, 163

H Haag, Stephanie 164, 42 Haaksma, Tim 112 Haan, Carl 174, 42 Hadden, Lydia 90 Hagen, Melinda 112 Haggard, Stephanie 112 Hairston, Steve 112 Hall, Amy 112 Hall, Jason 73, 205 Hall, Rachel 90 Hall, Scott 42 Halliwill, Travis 112, 205 Halverson, Amy-Lyn 162 Hamblen, Jessica 112 Hamilton, Teresa 183 Hamilton, Theresa 42 Hamilton, Tim 188 Hamm, John 112 Hamming, D.J. 205 Handley, Paul 112 Hans-Delor, Brandon 41 Hansen, Edward 136 Hansen, Theresa 112 Hanson, Shane 112 Harbison, Tara 163, 43 Harkins, Jill 113 Harmsen. Ryan 43

Hamish, Letha 73 Harriger. Melissa 90 Harringer, Melissa 165 Harris, Julie 90 Harris, Renee 192, 43 Harrison, Robert 73 Harrison, Sarah 179, 180, 43 Hartman, Andrea 73 Hartman, Angela 73 Harvey, Ryan 73 Hauck, Nicole 90 Haveman, Heather 43 Haveman. Ron 113 Havenaar, John 73 Haviland, Kevin 113 Havlicek, Malia 73 Hawes, Kristin 188, 192, 43 Hawes, Marika 90, 192, 232 Hawkinson, Jennifer 192 Hayashi, Brandon 90, 177, 189, 24 Hayes, Troy 205 Hazard, Jeff 43 Heaton, Chris 192, 24, 25 Heaton, Christopher 73 Hegg, Josh 182, 43 Hegg, Stephanie 183 Heiby, Anne 113 Heinrich, Kirsten 113 Heisler, Jacqueline 136 Heisler, James 136 Helder, Lisa 43 Helmus, Heather 43 Hemenway, Stephen 136 Hendrick, Shiela 188 Hendricks, Jennifer 113, 163 Hendrickson, Shawna 113 Hendrix, Laura 43 Hendrix, Lynne 136 Heneveld, Beth 19 Heneveld, Elizabeth 113 Heneveld, Rebecca 73 Heneveld, Tim 205 Henke, Elise 43 Henkel, Adam 212 Herman, Christine 113 Hernandez, Janet 44 Herrick, James 136 Herriman, Matt 90, 208 Hertel, Lori 136


Hes, Marc 74 Heyns, Angela 163 Hibbs, Shannon 206 Hickey, Cristin 74 Hickey, Jill 113 Hickey, Tim 90 Hierholzer, Matt 74 Hilbelink, Heather 44 Hill, Amanda 113 Hilleary, Brook 44 Himebaugh, Bruce 136 Himebaugh, Keith 74 Hinze, Kimberly 90 Hodge, Jenifer 183, 214, 44 Hoeksema, Jacob 90 Hoeksema, Jen 74 Hoekstra, Jodi 74 Hoekstra, Mark 113, 205 Hoekstra, Sarah 74 Hoekwater, Shannon 113 Hoekwater, Tara 74 Hoezee, Beth 202 Hoezee, Heth 163 Hoff, Patricia 44 Hoffman, Julia 113 Hofland, Chris 208, 44 Hofland, Cynthia 90 Hofman, Lisa 183, 44 Hogan, Jenner 44 Hogue, Jeremy 205 Holden, Megan 44 Hollebeek, Dirk 16, 44 Hollebeek, Matt 226, 227 Holleman, Tami 29, 32, 218, 44 Hollenbeck, Rebecca 113 Holman, Jane 210 Holmes, Ben 44 Holmes, Jack 136, 182 Holoka, Andy 113 Holstege, Joel 113, 220 Holtvluwer, Nic 205 Holtvluwer, Nicholas 113 Holwerda, Jeff 10 Holwerda, Jeffrey 74 Holwerda, Jennifer 74, 222, 223 Holwerda, Julie 90 Holwerda, Kris 206 Holwerda, Timothy 74 Hondorp, Jeff 205 Honeysett, Amy 113

Hoogenboom, Lisa 90 Hopkins, Mary 113 Hopkins. Meg 206 Hopkins, Stacie 114 Hopma, Beth 206 Hopma, Bethanie 114 Horling, Tom 216 Homer, Dana 90 Homsby, Todd 114, 205 Horton, Anne 90 Hosford, Tara 114 Hoshino, Seiji 25 Hoving, awn 20 Hoving, Julie 114, 10 Hoving, Kristen 74 Howdiphell, Jill 180 Howdyshell, Jill 114 Howe, Aubrey 90 Howk, Ken 114 Hudson, Meridith 162, 45 Hughes, Lisa 114 Hughes, Wendy 218 Hui, Rich 45 Huisken, Jon 136 Huizenga, RJ. 208 Huizenga, Peter 114 Huizinga, Scott 91 Hull, Alana 74 Humm, Jennifer 45 Hunter, Megan 91 Huskey, Rebekah 91 Hutcheson, Sara 206 Huttar, Charles 136 Hwang, Eddie 114 Hyatt, Amy 91

I Ikens, Craig 45 Immink, Melissa 74, 178 Inman, Kristi 45 Irish, Chad 91 Irwin, Anne 206 Ismaeli, Zahra 218 Issac, Jason 114

Ivan, Mamie 45 Ivanov, Ventzislav 45 Ivanovic, Milica 114

J Jacobsma, Kelly 136 Jacobson, James 45 Jacobson, John 134, 136, 27 James, Jodi 91 Janke, Sarah 74, 163 Jansen, Kelly 91 Janssens, Kyle 45 Janus, Ryan 91 Jarchow, Amy 162 Jarvis, Christine 91 Jarvis, Loma 136 Jastrzebski, Michele 114 Jellema, Mary 137 Jenkins, Jennifer 114 Jennings, Angie 222 Jensen, Dana 91 Jensen. David 137 Jensen, Heather 91 Jobson.John 205 Johnson, Heidi 114 Johnson,Jason 91 Johnson, Jennifer 91 Johnson,Joel 114 Johnson, Karen 45 Johnson, Matt 205 Johnson. Matthew 114 Johnson, Michelle 163, 183, 196, 45 Johnson. Stacy 202 Johnson, Zachary 91 Joldersma, Dirk 45 Joldersma, Kevin 91 John, Norman 46 Jolivette, Peter 137 Jones, Chris 91, 205 Jones, Jennifer 114 Jones, Luke 205

Joshi, Manohar 46 Jung, Jennifer 46 Jung, Matthew 91 Jurgens, Steve 114, 205 Jutte, Lisa 114

K Kaiser, Christine 168, 175, 196, 46 Kalmbaugh, Jamie 46 Kamphuis, Lisa 46 Kapteyn, Reginald 46 Karboske, Lynette 30, 46 Kasimatis, Margaret 137 Kassig, Ellen 24 Kassuba, Gerald 91 Kato, Mami 91, 174 Katterheinrich, Jennie 74 Kavanaugh, Michelle 74 Keas, Joel 46 Keay, Sarah 115, 163 Keeler, Sara 202 Kegerreis, Jean 202, 232 Keinath, Jeanna 115, 4 Keisling, Laurie 92 Keller, Don 175 Kelley, Kristin 115 Kelly, Margaret 46 Kench, Daren 212, 213 Kennedy, Nancy 210 Keolasy, Theppanya 92 Kerspilo, Brad 17 Kerspilo, Bradley 115 Kesteloot, Rich 205 Keuning, Marie 115 Kiefer, Laura 74 Kievit, Sarah 115 Kimble, Stephanie 164, 46 King, Tara 74, 168 Kintz, William 92 Kirk, Jennifer 46 Kirkland, Teresa 74, 224 Kissinger, Mari 206 Kissinger, Marianna 75 Klaasen, Kevin 47


Kleiman, Kimberly 47 Kleinheksel, Dawn 92 Kleinheksel, Valerie 115 Kline, Christopher 115 Kline, Matthew 47 Kloostra, Kraig 47 Klopp, Julie 174 Kloster, Todd 205 Klump, Ethan 115 Knapp, Dan 20 Knauff, Michelle 115, 214 Knecht, Erin 115 Knodt, Kirsten 92 Knott, Lisa 115, 206 Koestner, Kelcee 115 Kohler, Brett 205 Kolk, Cheryl 47 Konkol, Katina 47 Kooiker, Kevin 75 Kooiker, Wendy 115, 232 Kooistra, Josh 92 Kooistra, Michael 47 Kooistra, Sarah 115 Kootstra, Tori 92 Kooyer, Jason 178, 183, 47 Kooyer, Meredith 75 Kortering, Evette 92, 232 Koskey, Jesse 115 Kowal, Bill 205 Kowal, Karen 92 Kowel, Bill 16 Kraft, George 137, 205 Krahn, Kirk 47 Kramer, Deborah 47 Kramer, Nick 214, 216 Krause, Kiersten 92 Kreinbring, Cheryl 196, 47 Krenz, Brett 115 Krolik, Melissa 115 Kronemeyer, Stacy 47 Kronewetter, Nathan 75, 208 Kronkite, Donald 137 Krouse, Dave 92 Krueger, Jennifer 92 Krueger, Jenny 163 Krueger, Shaylynn 92 Krukowski, Michael 115 Kruse, Katherine 162 Kuhajek, Jeanne 196, 48 Kuiper, Matt 181 Kuiper, Rhonda 174, 32, 48

Kuite, Kim 115 Kurdziel, Paul 75 Kurdziel, Peter 75 Kurtz, Jill 92, 162 Kuyers, Shelly 206, 207, 218, 219

L L., Judith Miller 76 LaBarge, Ben 208 LaBarge, Cecilia 92 LaBelle, Christine 116 Lachonce, Mark 116 Lagore, Johanna 116 Lamberts, Elizabeth 163 Lamkey, Nicole 75 Landes, Marty 205 Landes, Perry 137 Landolt, George 208 Lane, Mary 48 Lange, Laura 92 Langmuir, Martha 116 LaPointe, David 48 Lappenga, Matt 92 Larr, Kalene 92 Larsen, Anne 137 Larsen, Sarah 116 Laskowski, Brad 208 LaSorsa, Valerie 92 Laughlin, Adam 116 Laursen, Shannon 92, 173 Law, Jason 93 Lawson, David 48 Leatherman, Amy 214, 215 Lee, Lisa 75, 162 Lemire, James 205 Lemorie, Michael 116, 174 Lenger, Matt 75 Lesser, Kari-Lynn 116 Levy, Donna 48 Lewis, Kevin 93, 208 Liljehom, Kari 75 Lillie, Sarah 116 LIMPOPO 13

Lindale, Paul 205 Lindblad. Eric 116 Lindquist, Scott 75 Lingbeek, Todd 116, 205 Linscheid, Alexis 116 Lison, Craig 48 Listenberger, Laura 93 Llewellyn, Evan 93 Loeks, Melissa 75 Long, Travis 75, 188 Longstreet, Stacy 222, 223 Looman, Sara 163 Looman, Susan 163 Lopez, Xavier 216 LoPresti, Nick 93 Lorenz, Andy 75 Lowe, Glenn 137 Lowry, Mistine 116 Lucas, Becky 229 Lucas, Mary 116 Lucas, Rebecca 93, 228 Lucas, Todd 116 Ludwig, Thomas 137 Luhmann, Matt 205 Luidens, Donald 137 Lundberg, Russell 202 Lunn, John 137

M Maas, Heather 116 Maas, Ryan 116 MacDoniels, Jeff 116, 231 MacDoniels, Joseph 137 Machan, Danielle 93, 173 Madaus, Lori 168 Maddox, Megan 162 Madi, Amer 24 Maher, Ryan 116 Maher, Steve 75 Maier, Martin 116 Maier, Marty 205 Maines, Carrie 117, 174 Maimer, Becky 163 Maimer, Rebecca 117 Major, Joshua 30

Majzel, Jeff 205 Maki, Craig 205 Malfroid, Larry 137 Mancini, Jennifer 93 Mann, Larry 93 Mann, Tonya 163 Mannes, Nicki 32, 218, 219, 232, 48 Manney, Laura 93 Manninen, Erik 117 Manning, Monica 162 Maples, Richard 75, 216 Maratea, Mark 117 Marcussen, Lori 48 Marino, Patrick 75 Martin, Audra 214 Martin, Gregory 93 Martin, Laurie 48 Martin, Peter 117 Martinek, Jonathan 93 Marty, Benjamin 75 Masselink, Darrin 48 Mast, Ann 117 Masterson, Stacey 93 Matchett, Marie 93, 214 Mathemi, Lindsay 117 Matheny, Lindsay 206 Matison, Michael 49 Maxson, Kimberly 117 Maxson, Mark 205, 49 Maybury, Greg 137 Mayer, William 137 Mazurek, Derek 117 McAlpine, Leah 93, 206 McCammon, Michael 93 McClain, Nicole 117 McConnell, Wade 205 McCrackin, Ann 117 McCraine, Laura 117 McCusker, Beth 117 McDonald, Dave 93 McDougall, Angelique 117 McDougall, Scott 208 McDowell, Ian 75 McFarland, Jodi 93 McFarland, Sheree 75, 202 McGaughey, Sarah 117 McGee, Jodie 49 McGillicuddy, Kara 117, 19 McGinn, Mary 163 McGovem, William 76 McGuire, Melissa 178


McKanna, Brian 93 McKee, Laura 93, 222 McKee, Paul 117 McLouth. Karen 94 McLouth, Matt 49 McMahon, Michael 117 McManis, Josh 205 McManis, Joshua 94 McMillian, Trish 218 McNamara, Brian 94 McWethy, Todd 49 Mead. Michael 205 Medel, Ismaria 172 Medel, ismaria 179 Meendering, Kristie 76 Meengs, Lisa 49 Meengs, Sara 117 Meersma, Josh 208 Meeuwsen, Michael 117 Meeuwsen, Steven 76 Melin. Jenn 29 Melin, Jennifer 118 Mellen, Monica 94 Mendoza, Keri 94 Menning, Rebekah 94 Merkel, Amy 49 Merritt, Kris 118 Mervenne, Mercedes 118 Messing, Gail 76 Metten, Jeffrey 118 Meulenberg, David 220 Meulenburg, David 221 Meyer, Julie 49 Meyer, Rachel 49 Meyer, Sherri 118 Meyer, Thomas 76 Meyers, Amy 94, 218 Mezeske, Barbara 138 Mezeske, Richard 138 Michalowski, Season 49 Mickelson, Heidi 162 Mickey, Amy 118 Mickey, Julie 118 Middleton, Brandy 49 Mihalek, Nathan 94 Miles. Blair 118, 178 Miller, Amy 49 Miller, Cathy 178 Miller, Chad 205 Miller, Cindy 50 Miller, Gina 162 Miller, Kent 118 Miller, Leesa 50

Miller, Lenise 172 Miller, Martha 183, 189, 48 Miller, Michael 50 Miller, Michelle 50 Miller. Regina 50 Miller, Robert 50 Miller, Stephanie 94 Miller. Todd 118 Miller, Zack 94 Mills. Benjamin 118 Mills. Peter 118 Minnaar, Sara 162 Mixer, Jessica 118, 163 Mixer, Kathy 163, 50 Modisher, Scott 206 Moeckel, Amy 76, 232, 233 Moffat. Melinda 118 Mogdics, Teresa 76 Mojzak, Michelle 76 Mol, Jacquelyn 76 Molina, John 50 Moline. Michele 94 Monette, Craig 50 Monroy, Miluska 118 Monty. Jeremy 192 Moore, Missy 165 Moore, Rachel 50 Moore, Wendy 76, 232 Morehouse, Scott 118 Moreno, Pilar 94 Morgan, Meg 94 Morin, Karyl 94 Morrison. Laura 50 Morrison, Laurie 163 Morrow, Stephanie 50 Morse, Keiko 94 Moschos, Marina 182, 51 Moses, Shannon 178, 51 Mosier, Amy 118 Motiff, James 138 Motiff, Judith 138 Mouser, Sandra 76 Mox, Kellie 118 Mroczka. Duane 205, 51 Muhawi. Fatin 76 Muiderman. Tony 138 Muir. Dave 222 Mulder, Cindy 118 Mulder. Garret 51 Mulder. Jay 205, 51 Mulder, Julia 118

Mulder, Julie 163 Mulder. Megan 94. 163 Muneta. Hiro 25, 51 Mungall. William 138 Munoa, Phillip 138 Muriuki. Muturi 94 Murphy, Katherine 94 Murphy, Katie 19 Murphy, Sara 32, 51 Murphy, Tyler 94 Murray, Amy 168, 51 Murray, Wendy 174, 16, 51 Myers, Brock 205 Myers, David 138 Myers, Laura 119 Myers, Melanie 51 Myers, Robert 119

Nace. Ryan 94 Nakajima. Fumihito 138 Nash. Jen 174, 183 Nash. Jennifer 51 Nash, Kevin 95, 205 Nasir, Mona 95 Nasrallah, Dolores 181 Naumann, Sara 119 Neckers, Melissa 51 Neff, Chad 95 Neil, Matt 220 Neinhuis, Abby 202 Neller, Sarah 76 Nelson, Kristin 76 Nelson. Russ 27 Nelson. Russell 76 Nemes. Joel 95 Nemeth. Angela 95 Nemeth. Roger 138 Neucks. Arin 95, 218 Nicholas, Kate 165 Nicholas, Kathryn 52 Nicholie, Eric 52 Nichols, Eric 119

Nichols, Jason 52 Nicholson, David 76 Nicies, Sara 95 Nicodemus, Nancy 138 Nielsen, Joyce 138 Nielsen, Theodore 138 Nienhuis, Abbe 119 Nienhuis, Sari 163 Niezurawski, Jason 205 Niven, Shannon 76 Nolan, Kim 206, 207 Norden, John 138 Norder, Jeffery 52 Norris, Jeremy 95, 205 Norris, Natasha 119 Northrop, Sarah 95 Northuis, Mark 214, 216 Norton, Victoria 119 Nottingham. Justin 52 Novak, Lisa 119 Nowak, Kristin 119 Nyboer, Brandon 119 Nyenhuis, Jacob 134, 138 Nykamp, Chad 76 Nykamp, Dara 119 Nykamp. Lou 196 Nykamp, Louis 52 Nykamp, Russ 76 Nyman, Scott 77 Nysse, Kari 77, 218

Oatis, Stephanie 214, 215 Obrate, Aurora 95 O'Brien, David 138 O'Brien, John 17 O'Brien, John 205 O'Brien, Julie 119, 214 O'Connell. Ryan 95, 205 O'Connor, Melissa 77, 206 Oderkirk, Dan 95 O'Dowd, Carrie 163 O'Dowd, Carrie 52 O'Dowd, Lauren 163, 207


O'Dowd, Lauren 95, 206 Oegema, Jeffrey 95 Olds, Rebecca 95 Olgers, Greg 139 Ondersma, Ryan 119 Oosterhouse, Karen 77 Oppenhuizen, Kristine 52 Organek, Natalie 119 O'Rourke, Molly 52 Ortell, Shelly 183, 52 Ortwine, Colleen 77 Osborn, Christine 175 Osborn, Thomas 52 Osborne, Christine 77 Osborne, Kelly 139 Osburn, Barbara 139 Oselka, Matthew 95 Osmun, Adam 205 Ostema-Greendyke, Krista 183, 188, 32, 254, 52 Osterhouse, JD 235 Otis, Aaron 119, 205 Otto, Kay 77 Oursler, Steve 95, 205 Ouverson, Shana 53 Overbeek, Dawn 53 Owens, Elizabeth 95 Ozinga, Heather 95, 232 Ozinga, Mark 119

P Pacheco, Cindy 163 Pacheco, Valerie 77 Palau, Lois 4 Palleschi, Susan 119 Palma, Jennifer 77 Pangle, Hollis 77 Papanek, Heather 95 Paplawsky, Greg 96 Parker, Alex 168 Parker, Danielle 96 Parker, Julie 162 Parks, Jennifer 77 Parnacott, Julie 96

Parrett, Colleen 53 Parrish, Jessica 96 Parsons, Marlaina 77, 163 Partenheimer. Rebecca 96 Pater, Jonathan 120 Patino, Rozelia 179 Patout, Julie 120 Patterson, Ben 134, 139 Pauls, Katherine 206 Pavlik, Sally 96, 175 Pavowski, Carrilyn 53 Pazdur, Ryan 96 Pearson, Bruce 139 Pearson, Tara 77 Peaslee, Graham 139 Pechta, Laura 188 Pedersen, Scott 220 Pederson, Scott 53 Pelloe, Monica 30 Pelon, Holly 96 Pendergast, Kate 53 Penna, Elise 77 Pennings, Timothy 139 Penrose, Larry 139 Pepper, Jon 120 Perez, Anthony 120 Perez, Tony 22 Perkins, Angela 120 Perkins, Jennifer 77 Perkins, Jenny 168 Perovich, Anthony 139 Perry, Carolyn 77, 165 Perry, Meghan 96 Pestun, Jeffery 77 Peters, Ryan 181, 230, 53 Peters., Ryan 196 Peterson, Brian 96 Peterson, Holly 120 Peterson, Jonathan 139 Petkus, Jeanette 120 Petroelje, Brian 120 Petroelje, Steve 181 Petroelje, Steven 77 Petros, Julie 53 Petscher, Jennifer 96 Petscher, Jenny 202 Peuler, Jennifer 120 Pfau, Heidi 96 Phelps, Michelle 77 Phelps, Tracy 206 Pickens, Allyson 120 Pickering, Dan 120 Pickey, MaryLee 183

Piel, Michelle 120 Pierce, Andy 173, 182, 205 Pierce, Laurel 53 Piers, James 139 Pihlaja, Jen 96 Pinkerton, Luke 96 Pittiglio, Michael 120 Plank, Kyle 220 Plantinga, Joel 77 Plewka, Lara 120, 163 Plotzke, Laurel 214 Plummer, Jennifer 78 Pobuda, Rebecca 120 Polak, James 96 Polik, William 139 Polites, Victor 120 Polk, Shannon 96 Pomp, Anna 53 Ponka, Becky 120 Poole, Thomas 78 Poole, Tom 222 Poore, Karen 53 Porath, Sarah 53 Porter, Carolee 78 Porter, Tara 120, 218 Postma, Rebecca 120 Postmus, Alyssa 218, 54 Postmus, Rachel 120, 202 Pott, Jonathan 96 Potter, Chris 10 Powe, Lynne 139 Powell, Kimberly 121 Pozzanghera, Susan 96 Pragratis, Brad 208 Prange, Robbyn 78 Prasad, Jay 121, 212, 213 Pratt, Tina 54 Prince, Brad 78, 192, 22 Prince, Jason 54 Proff, Mark 78 Prokes, Ronald 121 Provost, Elayne 121 Pry or, Nicole 96, 163 Puhlman, Jill 121 Pursifull, Jill 163, 54 Pyle, Allison 165, 54

R Rahimi, Saum 96 Raikova, Iliana 78 Raj, Lou 205 Raj, Louis 121 Randall, Darius 121 Randinitis, Karen 121 Rapp, Matthew 54 Ratdavong, Melinda 163 Ratdavong, Phonevanpheng 97 Rau, Shari 78, 232 Rautiola, Mark 78 Rauzi, Nicole 121 Ravesloot, Lana 54 Ray, Alison 121 Reber, Traci 97 Redente, Jeanmarie 97, 162 Reese, Kathy 97 Reeves, John 97 Reeves, Jon 216 Reeves, Susan 78 Reid, Joe 97 Reiff, Christopher 121 Reister, Dominic 205, 54 Remington, Debra 54 Renner, Dennis 139 Renner, Thomas 139 Rennick, Deana 78 Renz, Jeff 121 Resele, Anna 121, 29 Retlewski, Holly 121 Reus, Brian 121 Reus, Nancy 78 Reynolds, Bill 140 Reynolds, Liz 54 Reynolds, Maura 140 Rhoades, Michelle 97 Richards, Blair 208 Richards, Blake 208, 209 Richards, Stacie 97 Ricketts, Eve 189 Ridl, Jack 140 Riekse, Jim 97


Riker, Chris 121, 208 Rimbo, Debbie 121 Ritsema, Robert 140 Ritton, Kris 222 Rivai, Putri 54 Rivera, Julio 140 Robert, Theo 172 Roberts, Doug 97 Rodenhouse, Andrew 54 Rodriguez, Amanda 78 Rodriguez, Becky 189 Rodriguez, Rebeca 78 Rodriguez, Rosalba 78 Rodriguez, Rosi 179, 180 Rodriquez, Becky 179 Roelofs, Keri 232, 233 Roesch, Jacob 97 Roeters, Jane 121 Rogers, Kelly 121 Rolewicz, Rebecca 55 Rookus, Scott 78 Rop, Sara 214 Rosales, Jorita 97 Rose, Paul 205 Rosebrook, Lisa 121 Rosenbrook, Paul 78, 208, 209 Rosendall, Dean 205 Ross, Lisa 78 Rossback, Joelle 32, 55 Rossio, Amy 55 Rowe, Derek 97 Royer, Jodi 122, 202 Royer, Rob 205, 55 Royston, Brigetta 55 Rubel, Jason 97 Ruckert, Jason 55 Ruckert, Shannon 78 Ruiz, Ortencia 163 Rumohr, Gretchen 97 Runyan, Dinean 140 Runyon, Phillip 78 Rydbeck, John 122 Ryden, David 140 Rynsburder, Tracey 122

S Saar, Renee 122 Sadler, Brad 79 Sadler, Bradley 79 Sakala, Jennifer 181 Sakala, Jennipher 55 Sakshaug, Valkyrie 122 Salomon, Karen 122 Samsell, Dawn 122 Samuelson, Ann 183 Sanders, Maike 122 Sanders, Steve 97, 205 Sanford, Elizabeth 140 Sanicki, Jason 122 Santangelo, Andrew 140 Sawicki, Scott 188, 192, 13, 55 Schackow, Carl 140 Schaefer, Jen 162 Schaefer, Jennifer 55 Schaefer, Karin 122 Schairbaum, Anne 97 Schakel, Peter 140 Schamback, Jodi 79 Scheiber, Anne 79, 174 Scher, Simone 122 Scherpenisse, Carla 173 Schewe, Steven 55 Schilder, Heidi 79 Schiller, Erin 122 Schipper. Barbara 140 Schlaff, Doug 220 Schmidt, Emily 97 Schmidt, Rebecca 122 Schmitt, Carlyn 163 Schmitt, Karlye 122 Scholten, Chad 79 Scholtens, Matthew 122 Schoon, Kathy 32, 236, 55 Schopp, Lee 208 Schregardus, Darell 140 Schreuder, James 97 Schrier, David 122, 216 Schrock, Lisa 79, 180

Schroeder, Susan 122 Schuch, Nathan 97 Schuham, Rebecca 55 Schuiling, Todd 140 Schuitema, Chad 79 Schuld, Amanda 98, 163 Schuler, Toby 79 Schultz, Ellen 122, 214 Schultz, Jenny 56 Schurman, Jeffery 56 Schut, Acacia 98 Schutter, Amy 79, 168 Schwartz, Adam 56 Schweiss, Joseph 122 Science, Political 140 Scordinsky, Brian 122 Scott, Caryl 123, 206 Scott, Timothy 123 See, Michael 79 See, Shannon 98 Seibert, Amy 79 Seid, Kristin 79, 180 Seidel, Julie 123 Selig, Katherine 79 Sepura, Karen 174, 182, 56 Semiak, Janna 123 Severin, Sion 79 Severin, Tion 173 Seymour, Michael 140 Shank, Heather 56 Sharangpani, Aditi 56 Shattuck, Jason 123, 205 Sheldon, Brooke 79 Sheldon, Melissa 202 Shelley, Daniel 123 Sherrod, Brooke 98 Shields, Jim 123, 205 Shilts, Mindy 210, 211 Shimizu, Nobuyuki 98 Shoemaker, Ronald 140 Showers, Allison 163 Showers, Bryan 79 Shrock, Lisa 19 Shrode, Bart 196, 56 Shull, Kim 206 Siddall, Blythe 98 Sikkema, Bob 205 Sikkema, Robert 79 Sill, Andrew 123 Sill, Jo 32 Sill, Joanne 56 Simon, Amy 56

Simons, Lloyd 123 Singer, Ashley 98 Singer, Kirsten 79 Sisulu, Mlungisi 98 Sisulu, Nontsikelelo 98 Sisulu, Ntsiki 172 Sjoblom, Micah 79, 173 Skoien, Eric 56 Skoien, Heather 56 Slager, Nicholas 98 Slaughter, Gloria 142 Slawson, Shannon 123 Slayton, Casey 98, 222 Slenk, Brian 123 Slette, Stein 206 Slezak, Scott 123 Smies, Gina 80 Smit, Amy 163, 56 Smith, Aaron 192,96 Smith, Ami 98 Smith, Dana 80, 218, 219 Smith, Doug 205 Smith, Elizabeth 98 Smith, Germaine 172 Smith, Jennifer 123 Smith, Jim 205 Smith, Joal 205 Smith, Joel 98 Smith, Lynn 80, 27 Smith, Mark 80 Smith, Mike 205 Smith, Monika 123 Smith, Ray 205 Smith, Raymond 142 Smith, Sarah 98, 19 Smith, Steve 208 Smith, Thomas 142 Smith, Tonya 57 Smith, Tyler 98, 222 Snnies, Gina 162 Snoap, Beth 174, 183, 32 Snoap, LauraBeth 57 Snyder, Bill 17 Snyder, Kari 123 Sobania, Neal 142 Soderquist, Todd 80 Sommer, Jason 98 Sommer, Jay 222 Southfield, Logan 57 Sowerby, Erin 123 Spearman, Dara 123 Spence, Julie 98, 206 Spencer, Matt 220


Spencer, Theresa 123 Spitters, Steve 98 Sporer, Kara 123 Spurway, Stephanie 164, 57 St.Amour, Daphne 123 Stafiej, Kristina 124 Stanger, Katie 99, 214 Starnes, Trevor 99, 205 Stassburger, Amy 124 Steen, Todd 142 Stegenga, Brad 16 Steiner, Shawn 80 Steketee, Kristen 124 Stephen, Sara 28 Stephens, Rebecca 99 Stephenson, Melissa 30 Stephenson, Mellissa 57 Sterenberg, Matthew 124 Stem, Christa 80 Stevens, Djohariah 80, 163 Stevens, Sufjan 99 Stewart, Jo 142 Stielstra, Sarah 124 Stillwell, Amy 80 Stimer, Wendy 99 Stoepker, Jeremy 124 Storer, Andrew 99 Stoub, Christy 124 Straley, Jeffrey 124 Stratton, Joshua 124 Strauss, Jennifer 99 Strauts, Jeff 208 Straw, Wendy 57 Streelman, Bobbie 99 Strehler, Lori 124 Strey, Angela 80, 173 Strey, Angie 188 Strouf, Linda 142 Stubbs, Mark 124, 205 Stull, Sara 80, 232 Sturmfels, Laura 80, 175 Sturtevant, Deborah 142 Styf, Dan 99 Su, Tim 99 Sugden, Karen 99, 163, 222, 223 Sullivan, Mary 57 Sullivan, Matthew 124 Sullivan, Ryan 99, 216 Suminski, Pete 57 Summers, Tessie 80 Sundbeck, Steven 99 Sundsmo, Joy 99

Swanson, Debra 142 Swartz, Scott 57 Sweeterman, Kathryn 57 Sweetser, Dan 124, 208 Swope, Kristen 32, 232, 57 Sytsma, Kristen 163, 16, 57

Taba, Wesley 58 Talsma, Sean 99, 205 Tammi, John 142 Tanis, Elliot 142 Tanis, Wayne 218 Tate, Janet 124 Taylor, Angela 80 Taylor, Dan 124 Taylor, Darnisha 177 Taylor, Kent 58 Taylor, Michelle 99 Taylor, Robert 99 Taylor, Steve 142 Te, Catherine 178 TeCroney, Aaron 80 Teerman, Kelli 124, 163 Telrowey, Aaron 196 TenHarkel, Jodi 124 Tennant, Carrie 124 Terry. Luke 205 Tharin, Cotter 142 Tharp, Christopher 99 Thayer, Dean 124 Thelen, Darryl 142 Thelen, Michael 124 Thiel, Melissa 99 Thomas, James 99 Thomas, Jennifer 80 Thompson, Amy 142 Thompson, Eric 205 Thompson, Megan 100 Thorrez, Beth 162 Tigelaar, Darren 125 Tigelaar, Stacy 58

Timmer, Lisa 100, 218, 232 Tinkelman, Lia 80, 162 Tobias, Jim 205 Tobias, Stephen 100 Toering, Stephanie 80 Tolmer, Jennifer 80 Tomer, Ellen 100 Torrence, Arlene 163 Torsky, Michelle 58 Trachsel, Rebecka 214 Tracy, Julie 125 Triemstra, Steven 80 Troendly, Amy 81, 210 Trout, John 58 Truderung, Heather 125 Tsuji, Marie 125 Tsukamoto, Naomi 81 Tucker. Brian 125 Tuinstra, Jeremy 81 Tuynstra. Melinda 125 Tyke, Charlene 100

Uecker, Laurie 81 Ueltzen, Jen 165 Ueltzen, Jennifer 58 Under, Jennifer 125 Underbill, Krista 58 Underwood, Dana 100

Vail, Sam 205 Vail, Samuel 125 Valdes, Kevin 205

Van Antwerp. Sara 100 VanAuken. Amy 125 VanDam. Chris 125 VanDeBunte, Christine 81 VandeBunte, Christine 181 VanDeHoef, Heather 58 VandeHoef, Heather 32 VanDenBerg. Beth 81 VanDenBerg, Craig 125 VandenBerg, David 100 Vandenberg, Stephen 58 VandenBerg, Zach 125 VanderBeek, Marc 125 VanderBeek, Scott 81 VanderBorgh, Clarence 100 VanderElzen, Michael 125 VanderHeide, Derek 100 VanderKamp, Kara 206, 207 VanderKolk, Brent 100 VanderLind, Sara 125 VanderLink, Sara 28 VanderLugt, Kara 125 VanderMeer, Rita 143 VanderPloeg, Jon 100 VanderRoest, Dawnita 172, 179 VanderSpool, Shannon 189 Vandersteen, Sarah 125, 163 VanderVeen, Todd 59 Vandervelde, Richard 143 VanderWal, Alisyn 125 VanderWal, Scott 125 VanderWeide, Susan 125, 214, 215 VanderWilt, Michael 59 VanderWilt, Mike 32 VanderYacht, Gordon 205 VanderZwart, Ryan 100 VandeWege, Aaron 126, 216, 239 Vandrese, Kari 174 VanDrunen, Sara 19 VanDrunen, Sarah 126 VanEden, Andrew 100 VanEk, Jeremy 81 VanEngen. Anita 126 VanFaasen. Betsey 100 VanFaasen. Paul 143 VanFarowe, David 59 VanFassen. Betsy 163 VanFossan. Jeff 220


VanHarken, Sarah 182 Vanheest, James 143 VanHoboken, Lisa 58 vanHoboken, Lisa 182 Vanlwaarden, John 143 VanLangevelde, Stacey 100 VanLonkhuyzen, Allison 126 VanLonkhuyzen, Chrisje 59 VanLonkhuyzen, Tyler 100 VanNoord, James 100 VanNoord, Joy 32, 59 VanOort, Jessica 126 VanOrman, Heather 81 VanOstran, Kim 196 VanOstran, Kimberly 81 VanPemis, Andrew 81 VanPutten, James 143 VanSingel, Jill 58 VanTil, Cory 81 VanTil, Keely 59 VanTilburg, Brett 100 VanTimmeren, Chris 101 VanTubbergen, Kathy 143 VanVels, Mary 143 VanVossen, Jill 59 VanWagnen, Victoria 101 VanWieren, Glenn 220, 221 VanWieren, Heidi 202, 203 VanWieren. Kuria 202, 203 VanWyk, Leonard 143 VanZanten, Brian 216, 58 VanZoeren, Brad 126 VanZoeren, Rachel 126 Vasisht, Munish 81 Vedders, Jeffrey 59 Vega, Yolanda 143 Veldhof, Gary 101 Veldhof, Susan 59 VerBeek, Tom 101 Verduin, Kathleen 143 Verhey, Kate 28, 206 Verhey, Kathryn 81 Vernon, Adam 126 Verry, Dave 174 Verwys, Leischen 126, 163 Vickers, Jared 126, 205 Vince, Michelle 168, 59 Vink, Kristin 81 Vis, Leah 59 Visser, Toni 81 Viveros, Sonia 126 Vlasica, Katherine 81

Vlietstra, Stacey 59 Volkers, Amy 163, 210, 60 Volkers, Michael 101 Volkers, Mike 205 Vos, Kathleen 101, 180 Voss, Trish 206 Voss, Trisha 101 Vrieze, Ross 101

W Waara, Kathryn 126 Wagner, Rachael 126 Wagner, Shane 101 Wainwright, Justin 101 Walk, Aaron 81 Walker, James 126 Walker, Jim 205 Walsh, John 212 Walter, Mary 101 Walters, Heather 32, 232, 60 Walton, Courtney 163 Walvoord, Derek 101 Ward, Jeanette 126 Ward, Nick 205 Warners, Amber 202 Wasilevich, Marcus 81 Waterloo, Carrie 126 Watkin, Sarah 101 Watson, Trevor 220 Wattlewort, Kent 101 Weaver, Brian 126 Weaver, Jennifer 81, 192 Weckwert, Cara 82 Weed, Ryan 126 Weeldreyer, Amity 82 Weerstra, Nicole 60 Wegner, Darryl 82 Weiden, Stacy 180, 60 Weier, Laura 60 Welch, Olivia 101 Welsh, Steve 101 Welton, Courtney 101 Wendt, Laura 126

Wendt, Stacey 82 Werkman, Barry 134 Werkman, Michelle 202, 203 Werkman, Stacy 60 Werner, Shannon 126 Wesselink, Elizabeth 127 West, Molly 82 Westerbeke, Mark 60 Westhus, Eric 101 Wetzig, Leigh 60 Whelan, Brandi 127 White, Amy 60 White, Brian 212 White, David 127 Whitefoot, Rebecca 82 Whitesell, Jennifer 82 Whitfield, Kathryn 127 Whitford, Marc 220 Wicklund, Deena 60 Widi, Corine 101 Wierengo, Jonathan 127 Wierks, Christa 101 Wilcox, Ryan 196 Wilderspin, Amy 127 Wilhelm, Grant 208 Wilhelm, Jennifer 61 Wilkerson, Anthony 102 Wilkerson, Tony 172 Wilkins, Thomas 61 Wilkins, Tom 205 Williams, David 127 Williams, Jamie 127 Williams, Matthew 127 Williams, Sophia 189, 24 Williams, Travis 205 Williams, Tyler 82, 208 Williamson, Les 212 Williamson, Natalie 127 Wilson, Darrell 127 Wilson, Jenny 127 Windeler, Jason 205 Windfuhr, Kirsten 61 Wing, Katy 127 Wininger, Amanda 82 Winn, Janna 127 Wirtz, Gayle 127 Witmer, Jennifer 61 Witvoet, Tim 82 Wolff, Guido 127 Wolters, Karla 232 Wolthuis, Brian 102 Wolven, Kristie 102

Wong, Brandon 127 Wong, Mami 82 Wood, Noelle 127 Woodrow, Robert 61 Woods, Ami 61 Woodyk, Russ 205 Woolard, Mindy 102 Wooley, Wes 222 Woolman, Amy 61 Wormmeester, Janay 127 Wright, Andrew 127 Wright, Cyrstal 128 Wuchter, Jennifer 128 Wyatt, Andrew 128

Y Yam, Phung 102, 177, 24, 208 Yantis, Michael 61 Yantis, Mike 182, 16 Yared, Michael 61 Yared, Mike 205 Yelding, John 172 Yen, Path 82 Young,Jason 102 Young, Sarah 82, 162 Yount, Michael 128 Yowler, Skipp 128 Yumino, Masahiro 25

Z Zachman, Chris 128 Zarambo, Julie 128 Zawadzka, Anna 82


Zesiger, Brenna 102 Zimdahl, Kristin 128 Zirbel, Cindy 82 Ziter, Jason 102 Zoetewey, Derek 128 Zondervan, Joshua 102 Zoppa, Amy 61 Zorc, Anthony 82 Zoulek, Keith 82 Zoutendam, Heather 61 Zupancic, Joseph 128 Zwart, Derk 102, 178 Zwiesler, Julie 102 Zylstra, Jeff 128


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