Sister Ann Kevin O'Connor
Sister Ann Kevin was born on July 24, 1925 and died on August 24, 2016.
Sister Ann Kevin was born Theresa Ann O’Connor on July 24, 1925. She died on Aug. 24, 2016. She was 91 years and had been a Sister of Providence for 73 years.
Sister Ann Kevin entered the Congregation in 1943. She professed first and final vows on Jan. 23, 1946 and 1951, respectively.
Sister Ann Kevin ministered for more than 50 years in education as an elementary teacher and principal at schools in Indiana, Illinois, Texas, Missouri and California. She also ministered in our Mission Advancement office, Office of Records, White Violet Center and Residential Services.
Sister Ann Kevin’s brother, Donal, invented the Morton salt shaker in 1960.
Sister Ann Kevin is featured in the following content on the Sisters of Providence website:
- Remembering Sisters Mary Loyola Bender and Ann Kevin O’Connor
- Baking with Sister Ann Kevin O’Connor
- Life-changing technology
- Personal stories from bell and chimes ringers
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