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  1. I was lucky to attend Mr. Providence in 7th and 8th grade. Sr. Dorothy taught me Algebra. With that wonderful start in math I was able to go on and get an engineering degree and later I found my calling teaching math at a Catholic high school myself. Thank you Sr. Dorothy .

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  2. Sr. Ann Grace will always be remembered as a person with a smile and often an animal at her side. I often saw her walking the premises with a dog or at the pond when the ducks were present. Like St. Francis, God’s animals saw in her a proprietress and friend. Ann Grace worked hard much of her life in an often thankless task of food preparation. We tend to take this task as simply required, but for Ann Grace, it was her ministry, and she did it with love and care. I prayed for her this morning at Mass when the I heard the words, “I was hungry, and you fed me.” May God grant her eternal joy at the banquet table of the Lord, where she did not have to prepare anything but a life well lived.

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  3. When I looked through all the wonderful pictures, memories came back with the pictures from Ann Grace’s ministry in the kitchen. This is where we first met. You were always welcoming and wanting to know how I am.
    Celebrate now in our Provident God’s loving embrace.

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  4. As I looked at photos from last December I saw one of Sister Ann Grace at bingo with La Roche students. She was always so kind and interested in them. She will be missed❤️🙏🏽

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