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Let's Celebrate Our Jubilarians!

Posted by Gina Ciliberto on May 13, 2017 2:20:09 PM

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From left: Srs. Juanita Morales, Philomena McCartney, Judy Brunell, Leona DeBoer, and Madeleine Tacy

 

It's that time of year again! Our twelve jubilarians this year are teachers, nurses, scultpors, tai chi chih instructors, and more. See a name you recognize? We have already profiled many sisters below! Click a sister’s name to see articles about her.

 

Join us in thanking these sisters for their lives of ministry in the comments below!

 

For the full compilation of photos from our Jubilee Celebration, check out our Celebrate Jubilarians post.

80 Years:

Sr. Julie Pintal

 

70 Years:

Sr. Margaret James Curtin

Sr. Geraldine Schultz

Sr. Lorraine Ferguson

Sr. Joan Coffey

Sr. Eleanor Piat

Sr. Louise Place

 

60 Years:

Sr. Leona DeBoer

Sr. Madeleine Tacy

Sr. Juanita Morales

Sr. Philomena McCartney

 

50 Years:

Sr. Judy Brunell

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For the full compilation of photos from our Jubilee Celebration, check out our Celebrate Jubilarians post.

 

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Posted by Gina Ciliberto on May 13, 2017 2:20:09 PM
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