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I was lucky enough to have both Sister Francis De Sales ( actually had her twice ) and Sister Claire. Both great women, great nuns and great teachers.

Added: February 21, 2017
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Sister Clare Annice is so fondly remembered. I knew her at SSS but never was taught by her. From the comments on this site, I consider that my loss. I think one of the greatest rewards for being a teacher is that students remember you and how hard you worked.

One sister I remember as one who loved to teach (although I was never in her class, again my loss) was Sister Francis DeSales. She could be approached just about any time, any where (not during mass, of course) if you had a question. It did not matter that it was not her grade, she was there to help. Sadly, I understand she was killed by a drunk driver. She was still teaching at the time, what a loss.

I do not doubt these sisters are resting in peace but I also think joy - there is so much good feeling being sent to them. Keep it coming.


Added: February 15, 2017
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saw in todays inq fran convery class 60 passed away rip

Added: January 24, 2017
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As far as I know, nobody has suggested organizing and preparing for another all-class reunion. In the past, individual classes held reunions just for members of a particular graduating class.

Added: January 22, 2017
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I went to St Stephens from 9/1955 to 6/1964. Would love to know if any reunion is being planned.

Added: January 16, 2017
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I attended the services for Sister Clare Annice yesterday afternoon, along with three other Saint Stephen's grads: Joan Smith Agostinelli, Pat Mallon, and Eileen Mallon. For those of you who might remember her, Sister Rose Imelda was there, and we had an enjoyable conversation with her. Along with many of the residents of Saint Joseph Villa in attendance were several members of Sister Clare's family to pay their respects to their Aunt Margaret. People's comments about Sister Clare were no surprise to any of us. She was a woman who embodied true charity, kept a keen and lively sense of humor, and maintained the energy do what was required to get the job, whatever it was, done right.

Added: January 13, 2017
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The viewing for Sister Clare Annice will be on Thursday, January 12, at 1:30 P.M. followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 3:00 P.M. at Saint Joseph Villa in Flourtown, PA.

Added: January 8, 2017
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Thanks, Joan, for letting us know. Sister Clare was a really capable teacher and a woman I began admiring so many years ago. I feel fortunate that I was able to tell her that when we met at the 2007 reunion.

Added: January 7, 2017
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It is with profound sorry I let you know that my dear friend and 6th grade teacher, Sister Clare Annice White went to Our Lord at 1:00pm today. I last visited her on Friday last and sang holiday songs by her. I will pray TO her now to intercede for us, her loving students.

Added: January 7, 2017
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Good morning and happy Christmas Day to all the people from the Saint Stephen's community.

Added: December 25, 2016
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