Sister Rebecca Keller
Sister Rebecca, known as Sister Becky, was born in 1949 in Monterey, Indiana. She is the oldest of eight children and her parents were farmers.
She entered the Congregation in 1976, professing first vows in 1979 and final vows in 1984. Prior to entering the Congregation, Sister Becky had graduated from Purdue University.
Of her ministries, she has served as a teacher, as well as ministering within the Congregation and in parish ministry. Currently, she ministers as the coordinator of volunteer services for the Congregation.
Sister Becky’s favorite beverage is hot tea.
Sister Rebecca is featured in the following content on the Sisters of Providence website:
- Imogen Anderson: The exceptional exception to the rule
- Three quotes from Mother Theodore that should make you think about volunteering in the New Year
- Volunteer opportunity spotlight: The great outdoors
- Volunteer opportunity spotlight: Docent this sound amazing?
- Volunteer opportunity spotlight: The many virtues of skirting
- April is National Volunteer Month
- Volunteer Spotlight: Penny’s from heaven
- Volunteering can be addictive – cleaning statues in Providence Park
- Sister Rebecca Keller
- Group provides helping hands
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