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At this time, our site contains all Sisters of Providence obituaries beginning in 2009.

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Sister Regina Ann Lynch

‘How grateful all of us are for your many years of loving kindness.’

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Sister Margaret “Peggy” Lynch (formerly Sister James Patrick)

“Peggy created a ministry of loving presence at Westridge. … They loved her.”

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Sister Agnes Maureen Badura

She was grateful that she was able to touch so many students and she was ready to see the brothers and sisters who had gone before her to their eternal reward.

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Sister Catherine Buster (formerly Sister Joseph Norine)

‘She was as comfortable with the elite as she was on a tractor helping the workmen.’

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Sister Rita Clare Gerardot

‘Rita made a huge difference in many people’s lives.’

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Sister Elizabeth Meyer (formerly Sister Joseph Aloyse)

Rest in peace, Elizabeth, again singing with your family and with the angels and saints for all eternity!

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Sister Rita Ann Wade (formerly Sister Rose Annette)

Providence truly did inspire Rita, sustain her and will care for her always.

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Sister Joan Matthews (formerly Sister Ignatius)

Sister Joan never shied away from asking questions. She was a believer that there is no such thing as a “dumb question.”

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Sister Marceline Mattingly

‘Aunt Betty gave her life to God; she prepared for this moment all her life and now she will be with him for eternity.’

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Sister Donna Marie Fu

Donna Marie loved people truly. AND she did work cheerfully.

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Sister Mary Ann Fox (formerly Sister Marie Clement)

Mary Ann, may we all carry out your witness of love, gratitude and generosity

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Sister Suzanne Buthod (formerly Sister Mary Judith)

In this life, Sue, you were a child of God. Now you see God as God truly is. Your joy is full!

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