Dominican Sister of Peace Lillian Kapelewski (90) died at Mohun Health Care Center (Columbus, OH) on January 5, 2017. She was born in 1926 in Amsterdam, OH. In 1943 she entered the Dominican Sisters of St. Mary of the Springs, now the Dominican Sisters of Peace. Continue reading →
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Dominican Sister of Peace Deirdre Cotter (90) died on January 3, 2017, at Sansbury Care Center (St. Catharine, KY). She was born in 1926 to John and Kathleen Cotter in County Cork, Ireland, and was brought to Massachusetts as a small child. She attended Blessed Sacrament School and Holy Rosary Academy in Watertown, MA, and there she met the Dominican Sisters. Continue reading →
Dominican Sister of Peace Ruth Caspar (81) died at Mohun Health Care Center (Columbus, OH) on January 2, 2017. She was born in 1935 in Kansas City, MO. In 1955, she entered the Dominican Sisters of St. Mary of the Springs, now the Dominican Sisters of Peace. Continue reading →
Sr. Doreen was one of five children born to Arthur and Elsie Peins Newton in Akron, OH. She entered the Sisters of St. Dominic of Akron, now Dominican Sisters of Peace, on January 6, 1944, and made religious profession on August 26, 1945. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Education from St. John College in Cleveland in 1956. Continue reading →
A Dominican for 61 years, Sr. Ruth Anne earned a Bachelor of Arts in English/History from Siena College (Memphis, TN). She also earned a certificate in Business from Burroughs Business School (Omaha, NE). She ministered as a teacher at St. Patrick (Missouri Valley, IA); St. Cecilia (Hastings, NE); St. Michael (Hastings, NE); St. Joseph (Mattoon, IL); St. John Berchman (Chicago, IL); St. Dominic (Memphis, TN) and St. Philip Neri (Omaha, NE). Sr. Ruth Anne served as bursar at St. Agnes Academy (Memphis, TN). Continue reading →