Remembering Sister Joann Kessler

Posted March 30, 2019 in Obituaries

Joann Kessler

 Sister Joann Kessler (formerly Sister M. Herman) possessed a unique array of talents and interests which she placed at the service of her various ministries. Whether sharing her faith preparing her second graders for First Communion, providing compassionate outreach services to those in need through Martin de Porres Center or utilizing her attention to detail in administrative positions at St. Joseph School (Collinwood), Beaumont School, Ursuline College and in the congregational Archives, Sister Joann matched her gifts to her service. The dedicated and faith-filled woman with dogged determination and spirit died March 29 at Regina Health Center in Richfield where she had been in residence since March 2013. She was 93years old. Josephine Ann Kessler was born July 19, 1925 in Lakewood, Ohio,... read more

Remembering Sister Mary Irene Kane

Posted March 22, 2019 in Obituaries

Mary Irene

Sister Mary Irene spent her entire 56-year ministry career in elementary education, 45 as classroom teacher or principal and 11 as co-director or tutor in the Ursuline Institute of Learning. The congenial and faith-filled woman... read more

Remembering Sister Therese Demchock

Posted November 27, 2018 in Obituaries

Therese Demchock

In the span of her 53-year career, Sister Therese Demchock (formerly Sister M. Stephanie) engaged in many and varied ministries, from elementary school teacher and principal, to community administrator and transportation coordinator, and finally to... read more

Remembering Sister Caroline Kocur

Posted November 13, 2018 in Obituaries

Caroline Kocur

Sister Caroline Kocur (formerly Sister Mechtildes) spent her entire career in the ministry of education, 23 years as a teacher and 25 as principal. Even in her last years, as a resident at Regina Health... read more

Remembering Sister Donna Capuano

Posted November 03, 2018 in Obituaries

Donna Capuano

We remember Sister Donna Capuano as a fearless and faithful woman, at home with primary students learning to read as well as business executives and construction workers. She was a woman open to the promptings of the... read more