Sister Elizabeth Meyer
Formerly Sister Joseph Aloyse
Sister Elizabeth was born on June 14, 1931 and died on June 1, 2022.
Sister Elizabeth, formerly Sister Joseph Aloyse, was a native of Indianapolis. Her final ministry was in health care at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods.
Sister Elizabeth entered the Congregation in 1950, professing first vows in 1952 and final vows in 1957.
She graduated from Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College with a bachelor’s degree in education. She earned her master’s degree in education from Indiana University.
Of her ministries, Sister Elizabeth taught first and second grade at St. Genevieve in Chicago from 1958-1964, while also ministering as a third and fourth grade teacher at St. James in Indianapolis from 1971-1977. She also taught fourth grade at Central Catholic in Indianapolis from 1981-1988 and served as the librarian at St. Rita School in Indianapolis from 1995-2002.
She returned to the Woods in 2006.
Sister Elizabeth Meyer (formerly Sister Joseph Aloyse)
In Indiana: Teacher, St. Jude, Fort Wayne (1952-57); Teacher, Nativity, Indianapolis (1957-58); Teacher, St. James, Indianapolis (1964-67); Teacher, St. Joseph, Jasper (1967-71); Teacher, St. James, Indianapolis (1971-77); Teacher, South Central Catholic, Indianapolis (1978-81); Teacher, Central Catholic, Indianapolis (1981-88); Teacher, St. Joan of Arc School, Indianapolis (1988-93); Librarian, St. Rita School, Indianapolis (1993-94); Librarian, St. Matthew School, Indianapolis (1994-95); Librarian, St. Rita School, Indianapolis (1995-2002); Librarian, St. Andrew/St. Rita Catholic Academy, Indianapolis (2002-04); Volunteer, St. Andrew/St. Rita Catholic Academy, Indianapolis (2004-06); Ministry of Care Volunteer, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods (2006-21); Prayer, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods (2021-22).
In Illinois: Teacher, St. Genevieve, Chicago (1958-64).
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