|Jubilarian Sister Daniel Therese Flynn '60 with a beaming student |
at Doheny graduation. Picture is probably from 2003.
IT'S ST. JOSEPH WEEK, the annual event honoring the patron saint of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet and a time when we honor all the CSJs with strong ties to the College, especially those Sisters celebrating their anniversaries in the Order. They all continue to provide remarkable service long after ordinary people would be thinking about retirement. Here are some thumbnail sketches of the 2013 honorees from the archives of the CSJ Los Angeles Province and MSMC.
|Sister Monica Anne, RIP|
- Sr. Monica Anne Waldman. Supervisor of Student Dining Rooms 1950s and 1960s. She enjoyed working with and helping the Mount students. She passed away in November.
- Sr. Loretta Anne Bellue – Worked on both campuses in the 1980s and early '90s in the bookstore and was available as a driver to the sisters needing transportation.
- Sr. Teresa Avalos – After 25 years of ministry in Peru, she came to the Mount on sabbatical in 1988 and worked there in the late 1980s.
- Sr. Daniel Therese Flynn '60 – A Mount grad, she has been on the SPR faculty since 2000 as a writing and reading instructor at the Doheny Learning Resource Center. She currently serves as the COSA Chairperson.
- Sr. Patricia Foster M'87 – A master's grad, Sister worked at the College from 1993 to 2004 as an administrative assistant in different departments.
- Sr. Kathleen Kelly '59 – This Mount graduate has held numerous roles including Vice President of the Doheny Campus and Dean of the Associate of Arts program.
- Sr. Rose Leonard Stevling – After teaching at Doheny, Sister served as director of the Doheny Liberal Arts Program and director of Doheny Advisement Center in the 1980s.
- Sr. Patricia Supple – Founder and director of the Chalon Library Media Center in the 1970s, Senior Board advisor and Carondelet Hall resident advisor.
|Jubilarian Sister Patricia Supple, center, was advisor to the Senior Board |
in 1979. She went by Sister Michael Patrick in those days.
Photo from Mount Archives Collection online, http://bit.ly/UBq7Nm.