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  1. Sister Ann Therese was my homeroom and science teacher in the 4th grade in the late 60’s at SHES in Kingston. She had the best dry sense of humor that not everyone would have shared with children in the fourth grade. I over it! For the first time in my young life, I felt respected by this adult. She expected a lot from her students as learners and as seekers of the Holy. She was youthful, energetic and modeled the adult I’d hoped to be. I loved this woman. I live to carry her love of her sisters and brothers in Christ and her sense of humor. I remain ever I grateful for her love and investment in me. β€” Carla Burzyk, Episcopal Theological Seminary of the Southwest, Austin, TX.

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  2. I always enjoyed hearing Sr. Ann Therese explain what the symbol for the year would be and why! she had a great smile and laugh too and genuinely loved the children in her care.

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  3. So many memories of my time with Sister in her office but none more clear than when she looked after me, waiting for my parents, after crashing headfirst into the dumpster (yes, the yellow line is because of me) and splitting my head open. What should have been the most frightening time of my young life was really one of warmth, compassion and trust… knowing I would be OK thanks to her. Thank you for everything Sister.

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  4. Sr Ann Terese was a fantastic principal. I truly enjoyed working with her at St. John the Evangelist School in Attleboro, Ma. As a teacher, I appreciated the time she took to listen to our ideas.
    Her smile was contagious. She always wanted what was best for the children. She was a blessing.
    I am so happy I had the opportunity to work with her.
    My deepest sympathy.
    Shelley Gauthier

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  5. Dear friends and family of Sr. Ann Therese,
    I had the opportunity to work with Sr. at St. John’s in Attleboro for many years. My children attended St. John’s School and our family loved her quick laugh and kindness. Rest peacefully Ann Therese. πŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œ

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