Remembering Sister Marilyn Story

Posted October 12, 2018 in Obituaries

Students at Beaumont School, Villa Angela Academy and Villa Angela-St. Joseph High School from the mid-1960’s to 2004 learned the intricacies of algebra and geometry from Sister Marilyn Story (formerly Sister M. Florian). And faculty, staff and others associated with her in ministry and in community were regular beneficiaries of her kindness and care.  The gentle teacher and administrative professional died early October 12 at Hillcrest Hospital.  She was 78. Marilyn Ann Story was born January 6, 1940, in Cleveland, the middle child of three born to Donald and Ann (August) Story. The Villa Angela Academy and Ursuline College graduate entered... read more

Remembering Sister Kathleen Burke

Posted July 24, 2018 in Obituaries

Kathleen Burke

Sister Kathleen Burke (formerly Sister Ambrose) was a woman of great creativity, an influential teacher and colleague, a deeply spiritual Ursuline, filled with wit and compassion, grace and an entrepreneurial spirit. She touched countless lives,... read more

Remembering Sister Pat McCaffrey

Posted May 01, 2018 in Obituaries

Pat McCaffrey

Sister Patricia McCaffrey (formerly Sister Ann Martin) lovingly cared for elderly and infirm Ursuline sisters 15 years in the community’s infirmary before moving on to serve 30 years at Ursuline College. To each of her... read more

Sister M. Sheila Kearns

Posted April 12, 2018 in Obituaries

M. Sheila Kearns

Grade school students of the 50s and 60s experienced the rigors of singing in a choir under the tutelage of Sister M. Sheila. Gifted with a beautiful voice, and following in the steps of her... read more

Remembering Sister Johna Lincoln

Posted April 03, 2018 in Obituaries

Johna  Lincoln

Many Ursulines credit Sister Johna Lincoln (formerly Sister M. Anselm) for their passing college science courses as young sisters, recalling her patience in teaching botany, zoology, chemistry and physics, and her ability to break down complex ideas into more readily understood concepts. Countless... read more