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  1. I will always remember Sr Zita as a kind and caring person. During my years working at the convent we became close friends. I could always talk to her and confide in her. After retiring I enjoyed going to visit her and would bring her favorite candy. Rest in peace Sr Zita.

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  2. Our family was honored and blessed to have Sister Zita in our lives. We all share cherished memories of family gatherings and Motherhouse events with Sister Zita, along with meeting and knowing many other Sisters from Divine Providence. Sister Zita was devoted and committed to serve the Lord and we believe she is enjoying eternal life.

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  3. How many nice memories I will ever keep from Sr. Zita and the years we live together in Mother House. She was my best driving teacher, to teach me how to learn the way to the airport and many little details to better serve and help the senior Sisters.
    Almost every evening, after supper, we met in second floor to play “Mexican train”, with that bunch of holy women: Sr. Joan Albaugh, Grace Jones, Paul Gabriel, Anne Grace… All them already in Heaven. Hope to meet them there…
    Thank You very much Sr. Zita for everything I was able to learn with You. Thank You for your toughtfulness to come to Peru to tell me “bye”, last sunday.
    I love You and, somehow, I know You’ll be close to me, like mi friendly Angel.
    Rest in peace and see You in Heaven 💓

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  4. We will miss sister Zita. All the memories of our gatherings with you and Sister Grace especially all the prayers you always gave to every family member. We all had such a fun time at the mother house gathering we love you sister Zita and we will miss you, Dean and Kathy McNaughton

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  5. We will always remember the picnics we had at our home for the nuns of Divine Providence every summer. Our children would make them games of penny pitch and ring toss and balloons. I would cook a seven course meal that all enjoyed. Sadly nearly all of them have gone home to God. I am certain that she was greeted with open arms as she
    joined them in heaven.

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