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Sister Mary Vincent (Mary) Hayes

June 16, 1897 - January 31, 1984   |   Passed On

When she was 29-years-old, she joined the Irish women who came as missionaries to Great Falls, Montana upon the invitation of Mother Mary Francis Mangan.

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Sister Mary Stephen (Clara) Hanson

July 22, 1896 - May 4, 1978   |   Passed On

She taught grade and high school for 50 years. Her hobbies were embroidery, reading and doing challenging puzzles. Sister had a sense of humor and a great spirit of prayer

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Sister Mary Matilda Herber

September 14, 1890 - June 24, 1972   |   Passed On

During her active years, and more so upon retirement, she gathered gifts and took them to nursing homes and needy people.

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Sister Mary Antoinette (Anna) Walsh

July 31, 1884 - February 3, 1966   |   Passed On

Sister was the first of three Walsh sisters to join the Congregation of the Humility of Mary. Throughout her life she was a teacher in public and parochial schools staffed by CHMs.

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Sister Mary Frances Therese (Rosalie) Doyle

February 12, 1906 - December 14, 1965   |   Passed On

She was a talented music teacher for all grades.

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Sister Mary of the Cross (Nancy Antoinette) Heafy

December 24, 1871 - January 22, 1961   |   Passed On

Sister was always quiet, unassuming and a very prayerful person, generous to a fault. For over 50 years she was engaged in domestic service at St. Vincent Home and St. Ambrose College in Davenport.

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Sister Mary Joseph Galvin

September 29, 1856 - August 10, 1933   |   Passed On

Along with Mother Mary Vincent Lawler, she was responsible for the establishment of St. Joseph Hospital in Ottumwa, and it is said, the best known member of the community. She had an aptitude for comforting the ill, for music, business and oral reading.

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