Dave Sampsell ’12:
“Unsaturated fatty acids
Whitnie Weaver ’08:
I remember this so
clearly … It still makes me giggle.
Him: Don’t drive with so many keys on
your chain; one will break off in the
Me: I don’t have a license.
Him: Don’t drive like that, either.
Marlo Manciocchi de Chavez ’93:
GABE = Gregor And Biology
Laura Brennan ’15:
Dr. Gabe looked
out for all of us - not just by providing
coffee and snacks during early lectures
and labs, but by asking us what we were
going to do with our lives. He asked that
question to make sure we weren’t going
to waste the hard work we put into our 4
years at Lycoming.
Craig Gordon ’91:
His love of
his students above his love of
Biology was unprecedented.
He would call or show up
at a students dorm room if
they weren’t in class. He was
concerned about them. Gregor
Robin Gabriel ’04:
My last name is Gabriel.
So every teacher asked me if I was his
daughter and I’d never even met the
man. We finally met my senior year and I
introduced myself as his daughter. He said
wow great to meet you!
Tracy Robinson ’18:
Gabe was my first professor
at Lycoming! His energetic personality always
made me look forward to my 8 a.m. class, and how
could I ever forget walking around the city with
Gabe when he took the Bio department to NYC in
Shannon English ’94:
Talked me into
going through with taking the MCAT
after I almost backed out the day
before. At this point I have been a
physician for 17 years!
Kimberly Hafer Yenner ’99:
remember him putting the Fig Newton
above the doorway at the beginning of the
semester and eating it at the end of the
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