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  1. Sr. Louise & I had a very special friendship. We shared many laughs together. I will ways remember her daily gentle knock on my office door & her sweet smile on her face upon entering. She was there for me in many ways during the passing of my dear husband. She is loved & missed.

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  2. Sister Louise was my principal for some of the years that I taught at St.John the Baptist in Monaca. I have fond memories of working with her and her sister , Sister Frances Romana. As I look through the pictures here I see more familiar faces and it reminds me of the good feelings I had working under her leadership..
    She was a wonderful person. May she Rest In Peace.

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  3. Sister Louise was my principal when I taught at St. John’s Monaca. She was a great inspiration to me becoming a principal myself. She was always so encouraging and helpful, and I learned so much from her. When I would face a difficult decision, I would often think about what she would do. I will miss her dearly. May she rest in peace.

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  4. Sr. Louise, recordaré siempre su acogida y apoyo. Su sonrisa y su paz. Gracias por siempre darnos la bienvenida con alegria. Recordaré eternamente tu sonrisa. Descansa en paz Hermana.

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  5. Looking at the photos of Sr. Louise one has to think of joy. Her smile is what I rememb er of her. She exuded peace and happiness when I would see her in chapel over the years. I had forgotten that she was the sister of Sr. Frances Romano, another teasure of the community. I shall remember her in prayer and remember her loving family, who loved her and her sister so deeply. My sympathy to the Sisters and her family members.

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  6. Louise always made me think of the song ..GENTLE ON MY MIND…She was gentle in many ways. We bonded quickly. She was our loving assistant for activities and daily visitor ro SJC. She is now a treasure in God’s household. RIP dear friend!

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  7. Sister Louise always made me feel like family — so welcoming, always asked about my own family, so loving. I will hold a special place in my heart for her, and I know that she will now be a beautiful angel for many.

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  8. I will always remember Louise’s welcoming smile and comments whenever I came to Providence Heights. I will miss seeing her there! Rest In Peace, Louise.

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