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   Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 8, 1999, Chicago, Illinois                                TuesdayJunes 1999 NEIGHBOR Section 3 F1 FOX VALLEY COLLEGIANS AT THE HOSPITAL The accomplishments of Fox Val leys best and brightest students include The following Fox Valley resi dents were recently awarded degrees from the University of Illi nois at UrbanaChampaign Carpentersville Reynaldo Rojas bachelor of science in engineering Gary Patrick D Bryant bache lor of arts in liberal arts and sci ences Scott D Hess bachelor of science in engineering Brent C Spillner bachelor of science in engineering Michel D Swanson bachelor of science in engineering and Robert P Wereski bachelor of science in liberal arts and sci ences Crystal Lake Kara J Buller bachelor of arts in liberal arts and sciences Kristin N Dachroth bachelor of arts in liberal arts and sciences Allison M Dehmer bachelor of science in communica tion and Julie D Krepel bachelor of science in liberal arts and sci ences East Dundee Matthew E Hoff man master of social work Elgin Jeffrey C Harper bache lor of science in applied life studies Tod E Kaspar master of science Stacey L Kelly bachelor of arts in liberal arts and sciences David W Ryan bachelor of science in engi neering Michael B Stolte bache lor of arts in liberal arts and sci ences and Faton Useni bachelor of science in engineering Fox River Grove Lisa D Vandyke bachelor of arts in liberal arts and sciences Huntley Jon F Kabance bache lor of science in agricultural con sumer and environmental sciences Lake in the Hills Patricia Gomez bachelor of science in lib eral arts and sciences McHenry Shellean P Berry master of architecture and master of business administration Eliza beth J Dodds bachelor of science in applied life studies David W Schultz bachelor of science in engineering and Thomas N Thompson bachelor of arts and bachelor of science in liberal arts and sciences Sleepy Hollow John P Bakes bachelor of science in engineering Eric J McNeilus bachelor of arts in liberal arts and sciences and Charles L Pearl bachelor of arts in liberal arts and sciences South Elgin Paul A Dynowski bachelor of science in engineering and April A Sehifferer bachelor of science in engineering West Dundee Henry J Alitto bachelor of science in liberal arts and sciences and Carter A Ester ling bachelor of arts in liberal arts and sciences Wonder Lake Traci L Lanning bachelor of science in agricultural consumer and environmental sci ences Woodstock Jeffrey A Enstrom bachelor of arts in liberal arts and sciences The following Fox Valley resi dents recently graduated from Elgin Community College Algonquin Jo Brettschneider William Carter Kristie Chros towski Jeffrey Dill Sharri Gramse Scott Gummow Karoli na Niezbrzycka Caryn Sanchez Deborah Solar David Vaughan Kelly Zerkel and Michael Zerkel Carpentersville Brandee Alder man Jurate Apolianskaite Wayne Binno Tina Yazzie Bittler Guy Blaski Gertrude Braese Wesley Duckett Jr Deana Edwards Susan Groves Timothy Hanley Leanna Precup Houlis Richard Jarosz Robert Kemper Colleen Loewe Javier Rivas Chandra Sliwa and Carina Valencia Cary Denise Edinger and Cyn thia Kearas Crystal Lake Debra Brennen man Jama Crossman Susan Harrod Louis Knapp and Thomas Witek East Dundee Beau Nowicki and Kyle Wenbach Elgin Alberto Acevedo Kristina RuizAlmaguer Manuela Amaro Douglas Ash Rebecca Baldwin William Bautista Thomas Bayro Jr Nancy Beck Lydia Blanken ship Ryan Burkart Jill Chapin Trisha Ciaccio Jamie Ciganek Kasey Clark Melissa Damsch Julius Delgado Latoya Diltz Amy Dingel Jilma Ellison Dennis Fashimpaur Sylvette Feliciano Amanda Franz Martha Garcia Jason Gilmore Brian Golding David Goldman Carlos Martinez Martha Guihan Jennifer Hammond Syed Haq Amy Heidenreich Chad Heiniger Steven Hess Lori Holt David Jaramillo Carrie Jenkins Kiyo Johnson Linda Kimble Juanita Koukas Jason Krabbe Victoria Kraw czyk Karen Lange Lori Lodge Gladys Lopez Jesse Lovell Jr Pamela Madsen Sonia Maldona do Leda Mangahas Kristen Mar quardt Annette Matney Pamela McManaman Christine Micbaelis Angela MillerRoth Edward Mitchell Robert Mon tana Rosalio Morales Kenneth Morris Valerie Morris Michael Naglich Leslie Nathan Lindsey Nathan Hung Nguyen Debra Olney Kristine Pavlik Anibal Perez Oliverio Pizano Jason Rangel Ryan Rayner Ernesto Rivera Janice Roberson Mark Roberson Priscila Romero Brian Rosales Joseph Rose Kandy Rothe Mark Rotundo Barbara Cosman Debby Rudolph Matthew Ruegge Heather Schumacher Jason Stahl Lou Stanko Lisa Sleeves Patrick Stramaglio Vincent Tang Ellen Tillery Lydia Tre ganza Tung Truong Cheryl Wal ter David Wendling Donna Wierzbicki Laura Wilharm Andrea Winter Bruce Wisser Nicole Yohnke Marco Zapata and Virginia Zavala Gilberts Marcela Montemayor Hampshire Leo J Bader Michael R Beard Steven S Rogers and Nancy M Wehrhan Huntley Dave G Dillow and Josephina L Grismer Island Lake Keith W Hoaglund Lake in the Hills Kathleen Burchert Victoria Carlson Kevin DeWitt Carol Lloyd Barbara Muller Angela Schmidt Paul Schupp Mark Wasielewski and Tina Webb Marengo Jeffrey Vergen McHenry Cynthia King Karen Koupal Valerie May and Mark Pabyanskus South Elgin Crystal Antos Stephanie Bawolek Elizabeht Hammerton James Hileman Debra Mclnnis Sean Mont gomery Leslie Nhoybouakong James Pfortmiller Michael Sher er and Diana Sowa Sleepy Hollow Kathleen Babb and Eduardo Villarreal West Dundee Charlotte Cabr era Luigi Ranieri Sue Samples and Joshua Sunderlage Wonder Lake James Leone Woodstock Denise Lebroke Marie Schaupp Philip Schroeder and Sandra Schroed er Sherman employees tited at awards banquet Sherman Health Systems hon ored employees who have worked at Sherman for 10 years or more at the 25th Annual Recognition and Service Awards banquet held May 20 at the Seville in Stream wood Our dedicated professional staff is our greatest asset said Chief Operating Officer James Ryan The Employee Recognition and Service Awards give us the opportunity to show our employ ees how much we appreciate their dedication and commitment to providing quality health care Tiie following employees were honored at the banquet 10 years of service Francine Abboud Molly Azzaline Sharon Baska Adin Beltran Linda Bergren Gloria Blancaflor Annick Brandon Mary Brock Terry Colby Leonor Diaz Christine Doty Lynda Duncan Deborah Duthorn Janelle Eckhaus Susan Elke Shirley George R Keith Golden Betty Gratz Mary Gross Mary Henry Sherri Holthus David Hudik Kay Humphrys Car ole Jensen Sandra Johnston Patricia Kader Anne Kasischke Sumitra Kopp Kathleen Larimer Anna Lockwood Katherine Lund Alex Malin Sharon McGregor Pamela Meyer Judy Meyers Mar garita Miller Rebecca Mish Nancy Morlaes Maria Moreno Elaine Naderski Sally Perez Nancy Perrotta Jennifer Popp SHERMAN Gustavo Ramirez Lori Rodeback Elizabeth Schaaf Amy Schultz Sandra Spurny Marlene Starzyk Donna Stueber Bhagwat Thakkar Kimberly Thennisch Laurie Tot ton Denise Vincente Regina Wade Amy Walden Sharon Wal icek Vickey Walker Laura Wasielewski Katie Watkins Annette Wiley Collette Williamson Kurt Witbrod and Diana Yang 15 years of service Janeen Bazan Joyce Bernhard Mary Blackwell Patricia Bodden Judith Daily Gwendolyn Faryer Julie Karakas Barbara Martinez Mary Plain Sandra Plauck Laurie Runge Bernadette Satkiewicz Joan Scales Elizabeth Schradej Liane Shebeck Judith Thatcher and Patsy Thurnau 20 years of service Antonio Aguinaga Arlene Alitto Pamela Baker Barbara Bangert Nancy Beck Kathleen Bierman Karen Boxlietner Mary Burdett Jorge Carrillo Juana Castillo Cheryl Cluchey Laureen Compton Pamela Crivolio Guadalupe Cruz Eleanor Dahlstrom Ray Diehl Lois Ege Sue Glynn Carolyn Green Kathleen Hall Marianne Haverty Marina Heck Billy Hood Judith Hoy Denise Knaak Jeanne Korzeniowski Cornelia Krueger Kae Lee Dana McGrath Judith Radio show doctors eye summer safety Summer safety will be the fea tured topic on the Wednesday House Calls radio show at ani on WRMN AM 1410 Dr Christine Mueller will dis cuss common mishaps that occur when the weather turns wanner and will provide recom mendations and solutions to help make this summer a safer one Physicians Dr Larry Kosinski and Mueller host the weekly House Calls radio show The show highlights medical news and focuses on local healthcare topics House Calls is broadcast on AM 1410 Wednesday mornings at am Radio listeners may call in to talk to the physicians and their guests during the show The phone number to call in with questions or comments is 847 9311410 Listeners also can email the shows hosts at rg Mobley Richard Muenster Cheryl Mulready Cynthia Oddo Kathleen Saylor Maxine Smith Sharon Szadowski Thomas Thorsen Karen Tollefson Rebecca Uriostegui Maria Valdivia Kathy Valentini and Maria Vicioso 25 years of service Carol Bethke Lynn Butler Carolanne Chisholm Maureen Deback Stephanie Ewart Filogonio Fer nandez Judith Fisher Barbara Frey Marsha Jacobs Laura Kobza Deborah Lange Joyce Litchfield Mary Lutz Melodee Markee Karen Massow Linda Ozbirn Dorothy Plambeck McCann Norma Purn Cheryl Rogalski Celestina Serafin Janice Theiss Judith Tripp Alyce Ver haeghe Roberta Wayeshe and Esther Weiss 30 years of service Beatrice Albright Richard Barth Patricia BergeronVardakis Peggy Clein mark Frances Harder Marcia Holtz Diane LaMar Jeanne Lynam Celine Manke Kathleen Mattsen Belinda Mockler Beverly Sabo Cheryl Tombaugh Loretta Uren Telesfpra Vega Linda Wick lein and William Zagalak 35 years of service Anna Hernandez Nancy Kane Kathleen King Carol Malohn and Eleanor Weiss Aunt Marthas Youth Service celebrates 3rd Spring Fling Aunt Marthas Youth Service Center celebrated its third Spring Fling with a morning brunch held May 21 at the Riverwalk Restau rant in Geneva The Spring Fling is held each year to pay tribute to and cele brate the accomplishments of the Kane County area program volun teers foster parents board mem bers and staff members of Aunt Marthas Judy Montinimy of Aurora was named Volunteer of the Year for her work at Aunt Marthas Healthy Kids Clinic District 131 Health Center Aurora Georgia and Dennis Gaiser of Geneva were named Foster Par ents of the Year The Gaisers are active in Aunt Marthas Emer gency and Traditional Foster Care programs Marissa Happ of Aurora was named Intern of the Year Happ works in Aunt Marthas Healthy Kids Clinic in the District 131 Health Center The following Aunt Marthas staff members were honored for their work Family Educator of the Year Segren Nair of Aurora who works in Aunt Marthas Lake House Diagnostic Program Health Services Provider of the Year Mary Llamas of Aurora who works in Aunt Marthas Healthy Kids 131 Health Center Aurora The Healthy Kids Clinic provides quality healthcare services for families of limited income Social service Provider of the Year Jules Chiapetta of Aurora a therapist working in Aunt Marthas Lake House Diagnostic Program and Lydia Lopez of Aurora a bilin gual instructor for Aunt Marthas Parenting TechniquesEducation Series based in Elgin Aunt Marthas Youth Service Center a United Way agency is a private notforprofit state licensed youth service organiza tion providing comprehensive and neighborhoodbased services to children youth and families throughout Kane Kendall Irp quois Grundy Kankakee and Will and Cook counties as well as the city of Chicago Services offered in Kane and Kendall counties include health care foster parent licensing recruitment and training crisis intervention services parenting skills training shortand longterm foster care diagnostic residential care foster placement stabiliza tion delinquency diversion and intervention CAT NIU professor studies prehistoric sabertooth feline Continuedfrom Page 1 functional morphologist She studies the fossilized skeletons of prehistoric mammals to figure out how they worked To do this well she studies the morphology of modern counter points of her prehistoric subjects For Xenosmilus a sabertoothed tiger she studies leopards lions and tigers This is also why she skinned a puma Ive always loved animals said Naples I knew I wanted to be a scientist when I was 12 Naples was born in Massachu setts She rode horses had a dog and loved to watch nature pro grams including Wild Kingdom Naples immersed herself in sci ence studying natural history in all its forms geology biology astronomy Her decision to become a scientist may have been helped by her fascination with the US space program and Star Trek I loved the sense of adventure in the space program Definitely a sense of adventure and learning new things she said When shes not dissecting cats or reassembling the skeletons of sabertoothed tigers Naples teaches gross anatomy forensic sciences and biology Her passion for understanding how things work seeps into her teaching She describes watching one of her students have an epiphany While researching prehistoric pigs the student came across a picture of a hippopotamus He made a connection then recalls Naples There was some thing there in that picture that triggered his mind I was watch ing as this thought process unfolded and it was wonderful Naples expertise in anatomical forensics has gained her a place in history twice Because of her understanding of anatomy and her expertise in reassembling fos silized skeletons Naples was brought in to the crash site of an American Eagle passenger flight on Halloween night 1994 in Indi ana Her job there was simple help put the dead back together When asked how she prepared for such a job Naples said that being an anatomy teacher she is used to being surrounded by cadavers Psychologically I told myself that this was a great thing Its something I can do that not many people can Emotionally its hard not to identify with the victims families she said Naples work on Xenosmilus will soon bring about a reconstructed model based on her forensic observations She has sketched the animal in various poses Her sketches show a placid looking catlike head with jowls hanging over its long fangs sort of a ferocious manatee Her work is not finished In her field there is an lack of wellresearched anatomy on large cats Whenever there is a death at zoo or any opportunity to study a modern animals structure Naples wants to be there A wolverine may help not many have been done said Naples Im taking some stu dents to the Smithsonian at the end of May They have a wolver ine well get to dissect BUTTSTADT Elgin offers fine summer entertainment Continuedfrom Page 1 the Elgin Area Chamber of Com merce at 847 7415660 to get a listing of area restaurants or stop by the office just across from the parks office You might want to bring your own lawn chair or a blanket to spread on the ground because a limited number of chairs are avail able Each Sunday through Aug 8 the hills in picturesque Lords WILLIAMS School collects food for refugees Continued from Page 1 President Billie Roth and other village officials attended the tree planting The theme of the ceremo ny was Nonviolence in Schools Plaques were placed by the trees as part of the commemoration Tidbits Harriet 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