Dominican Sister of Peace Mary Ann Fedor

Dominican Sister of Peace Mary Ann Fedor, OP

Dominican Sister of Peace Mary Ann Fedor (92), (Margaret Ann) died at Mohun Health Care Center, Columbus, OH, on August 28, 2021.

Sister Mary Ann was born into her family of six siblings in 1929. Mary Boruch and Michael Fedor raised their family in Windber, PA.

Sr. Mary Ann worked as a clerk and window trimmer before entering the community in 1951. She made First Profession in 1954 and took her final vows in 1957.

Sister Mary Ann earned her Bachelor of Arts from Siena Heights University, majoring in History and Social Science with minors in Business Education, Latin, and English. She also earned her Master of Art in Business Education from the Catholic University of America.

She put her education to work serving as an educator, administrator, and bursar in schools in Michigan and Pennsylvania. Sister Mary Ann had a reputation as an excellent teacher among her many students from primary school to college level.

Sr. Mary Ann served as Vice-President and President of our founding Congregation in Oxford, MI.  She also served as the Oxford Motherhouse treasurer after our new congregation was formed, and she coordinated retreats at Dominican Center, a meeting place for youth.

Sr. Mary Ann began her final ministry of prayer and presence at the Mohun Health Care Center in Columbus, OH in 2013.

Sister Mary Ann was preceded in death by her parents Michael and Mary Boruch Fedor, her sisters Irene Hordubay and Mary Miller, and her brother, Michael Fedor. She is survived by her sisters, Anne Clark and Kathy Wise.

A private Memorial Service was held on September 3 at the Dominican Sisters of Peace Motherhouse Chapel.

Burial will take place later at Our Lady of Sorrows Cemetery, Oxford, MI, by Egan-Ryan and Modetz Funeral Homes.

To donate in Sr. Mary Ann’s memory, please click here.

To download a printable copy of this memorial, click here.

Memorial gifts in Sr. Mary Ann’s memory may be sent to the Dominican Sisters of Peace, Office of Mission Advancement, 2320 Airport Dr., Columbus, OH 43219 or submitted securely at www.oppeace.org.

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One response to “Dominican Sister of Peace Mary Ann Fedor

  1. Dear Sisters, my sympathies on the death of Sister Mary Ann. The years I preached at the Motherhouse in Oxford and St. Mary’s Retreat House were always BLESSED because of Sister’s warm welcome, love and support.
    Over the years I have come to place of profound respect for all of your Sisters, but Mary Ann will always hold a special place in my heart.
    Sister Mary Ann, I look forward to that day when we shall all be together again. Rest in the loving arms of our God.
    In Dominic and Catherine,

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