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

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Sister Ann Kevin O’Connor

For 73 years as a Sister of Providence, Sister Ann Kevin heeded the call of Jesus to “Follow me.”

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Sister Mary Loyola Bender

Many recall having their eyes riveted on Mary Loyola as she glided her way gracefully around the sanctuary, one by one lighting the candles for Mass or for Benediction. She always appeared unflustered, calm and steady.

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Sister Michael Ellen Green

It was in relationships, however, that Michael Ellen excelled

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Sister Amata Dugan

“Jesus came to Jericho and intended to pass through the town. Now a man there named Zacchaeus, who was a chief tax collector and also a wealthy man, was seeking…

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Sister Marilyn Rose Ginder

“She could deal with people who were difficult to deal with. And she worked hard!”

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Sister Regina Therese Shaughnessy

Known for being “tough” and “running a tight ship in the classroom,” Regina is also remembered as having a “softer, compassionate side.”

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Sister Marie Victoria Podesta

What I remember about her is her sense of humor, her funny remarks, and her ability to lighten things up

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Sister Joan Frame (formerly Sister Ann Pierre)

In a way, Joan seemed destined to be here

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Sister Margaret Kern

Sister Margaret was well known for her sound advice on many matters

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Sister Margaret Louise Bernard

We celebrate her life of simple, elegant holiness

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Sister Alexa Suelzer

She valued each person she encountered and treated all with love and respect

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Sister Dorothy Hucksoll (formerly Sister Francis Ellen)

I suspect that God greeted her somewhat in this fashion, “Dorothy, welcome home and thank you! Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.”

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